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WASHINGTON: IB1T g?a(rak?r 4, 1?M. CBOMT ?. NOTES, Ulter. TW Kvrriaa Hear ku * rrcalar, KJtfiunt tea* Uf dutr rlrraluiM Mere (kaa treble tkM mf any tlkcr daily pmpmr paM*ke4 la W ukii?t?n, sad r?ul M tkat mf mil Ike ether daily papfw here added HgMWr. ible HfctH Ta-ai The demADd for space Id the advertising col umn* of Tii* Htak ia very large, and adver tisers will confer a favor by sending in their order* an early an practicable to Insure insertion and classification in to-morrow's double-sheet issue. m The practice of vivisection has always ex cited fierce opposition, although ltd value, and even necessity in medical science la admitted. Dot the hostility displayed against this prac tior in surgery would be light compared with the indignant feeling that would be aroused if it appeared that social re form era in the intem perance of their zeal had carried the principles of vivisection into the domain of morals. The charge made against Mr. Stead, of the Pail Mall Ga*0ttr, aud the leaders of the Salva tion Army is. therefore, a very serious one. It Is claimed that these persons, in order to de monstrate the ea?e and security with which young girls were lured to ruin in London, con tracted themselves for a virtuous girl and led her through the round of degradation, save the crowning act of vice. According to this story, the child was bought, taken to an immoral re sort, drugged and abused In various ways, though not criminally assaulted. Subsequently she waa turned over to General Booth, of the Salvation Army, and concealed by him from her pare u is. The charge formally preferred, and Mr. Stead has returned from a Jaunt in Switierland to answer it. U? professes confidence in his ability to meet the issue successfully. But If be admits the substantial accuracy of the facts It will be difficult i'or him to defend them on the plea of good motives. It may lie justifiable to torture !rugs to discover the secrets ot our phys ical machinery, but we are not ready yet to ap prove the degradation of Innocent girls to show society how easily it cau be and is done by vil lains. ^ Incidentally to the Holland-Davis homicide, we are getting some entertaining glimpses into frontier sentiment. Mr. Holland, it seems, was ooeufthe leading citizens of Abilene, Texas. He i?"iuust universally liked" by that community where bo is esteemed aa a man of wealth acquired by "a combination of sporting. catUe trading, buying and selling real estate, aud other shrewd business ventures.'* He ia noted for his pluck "and lus quick perception in serious aud criti* c.U emergencies." The neighbors all regard him as "square." He la, to be sure, a profes sional gambler, a rowdy, a cut-throat and a swindler, but he Is, in spite oi these slight blemishes, or perhaps on account of them, quite a model cstisen from the Abilene standpoint. His frleuda are quite concerned lest he may get iuto trouble in New York" for killing a man," as these little difficulties are not properly understood In the east, and hence they have sent to their correspondents in New Y'ork a request thai they do all they can lor Mr. Hol land aa "he Is a gentleman who seems to have beau justified in what he did." That will be for the jury to decide. What the verdict woul<ft>e in Abilene It ia not difficult to guess. If a little colony of foreigners living in the in terior of China were set upon by the natives, driven from their work, their property - de stroyed and eleven killed the whole world would ring with criea for vengeance. It would be another Tien Tsing massacre, and gunboats and armies would be dispatched to demand apologies aud a large pecuniary forfeit. But as In yesterday's massacre in Wyoming Territory the victims were Chinese and the murderers were Americans the an air will be regarded as a little ebullition of local feeling of no particular consequence. Maud St failed to beat her record yesterday, but driver Balr got bis usual four-foot floral boreeahoe all the same. The flowers were not exactly appropriate, but the bouquet was bought aud paid for and leaning up against the grand stand waiting to cover the victor, so, as practical men, tbs Judges utilised It as a solace instead of a reward. The Judges in the Court of Alabama claims do not seem stricken with shame and confusion of face at Contiolier Durham's discoveries, but on tlie contrary they come op smiling, and assert that he U right and they are right and every thing la quite correct. The New York Herakl to-day says editorially "any reports regarding a change In the pro prietorship of the Herald are as false as they are absurd." That seems to settle it. Holland Is the next country to move towards a higher tariff. The free-trade mlllenlum is still some distance off. SpECLAL .Announcement FOR FRIDAY. A FEW GENUINE BARGAINS. Wi have determined to show fur our Fall Trade the ?IMS select line of Dry Goods ever stiuwa in the city, and are also determined to show them at low prices. Rjr offering " ooai fids" bargains in our advertise ments and selling just what we advertise we hope to retain ail our present custom and add to our list of pairuas many new ones. We enumerate below a few bargain* wnich we osier until cio?.-d out. aa we shall not be able U> duplicate them. Come early and lake advantage of the full aelecUon. ? SPECIAL FEATURE. 3.000 yda Plain Satin Berber, in all colors, at 12%c.; raaaul be duplicated at '15c. 3,000 yda. Figured Satin Berber, la slL colors to malcli tbe plain, at 13<x. cannot be duplicated at 30c. I These goods are ia remoauts of trom two to ten yards and are a genuine bargain. Our Special Tricot 36-lnch wide. In all colors .at 48c.; also a genuine bargain. 0-4 AM-W001 Flannel Bui tings in aU colors at 75c., scon! vales DOc. J4 inch All-Wool Flannel Suiting,In all colorvat 25c. 40-tucb Bison Cloth, in all colors, at SOc. yd. Cuauplete stock of Plaid and Stripe Hansels, at SOc. Aii-Wooi Black Cashmere, extra width, 45c. SUJt Velvets, in ail colors, at gl. uer Bed Maaaela, st i5c., aad our White Flannels, at t?e~ are not to be equalled in the city. f.Xiitsn Flaanel aad Domestics at manufacturers' CosL Call aad and be convinced that this is ao Idle talk. KEPTikMilKK 8CHOOL-BAB1JAINM AT BAl'M'S School will be open in a few Jays, and Parents aud Oiardaaa, desiriuus of laruinhing ihetr children or itai|?s waa a acfcooi outfit, will ttnd desirable aad nirtkl Bargains at Onr Mammoth lMabilsbment, whara ev?ryt?wly can make ihetr purchases conscien Cuasly without frar of b<sng overcharged, ss we Guar antee Our Prices Lowtr than the Lowest. IXTRR&TINO READING: SO Dos. Cecals 4birtwaisu. eiegant designs: sell everywhere roc 91. our prt.e 75c. dD Dos. Boys' Flannel bhlrtaruisla.ln all colors;never ?old less than 91 5o. OCR PRICE fl. 70 Doa Misse< aad Boys' bibbed Haas, in aU col ors scad ali sises. QUE PRICE ?T. A PAIR 1 Lot of Misses' Suits, all desirable and seasonable gnoita can be bad at YOUR OWIf PRICE OTHER BARGAINS. ? I artaa* Black Silk xuta. which are no old stock, bat simply a Rare Bargain; sold always at $25 each, OUR PRICE 915 EACH. ? Ladies' Black Silk Sutta. never sold lees than 930 sarS. made sad trimmed eieganUy. which we will sell ** OCR PRICE fOO EACH. CHEERING NEWS FOR THE LADIEB! AM GOB A LA CSX. Thsre ia wtasre we take lead. Why* Simply this: We ve importers ot our own stock ot Angura Laces, giving us the advantage of having tbs lowest prices! aad the must prominent shailes in all widths aad t altiir desirous of ths same are invited to !u , ?**??" so that they will he postal whsre to get V\ a n ?? - ?* 8". tA 8 8 5VS *3 Ebb a a uu h m m V sat 20 jffSr AND 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT. UNTIL Airtbsr souoe I will allow 30 per oent discount and Summer aad 10 per sent discount on winter Goods. An opportunity seldom of ilgh ctess h agltsh goods ia 1 W. a TEEL. 006 Pennsylvania A 10 JPbb Cbtt Deduction UNTIL OCTOBER 1st, AT VTE2TNA OPTICIAN COMPANY. tr? mom pevxbylvamia avemue n.w. OuR B oysAnd Children's CLOTHING, 131 PALL STOCK, SOW AT 410 SEVENTH STREET AWAITING THE COMPLE TION OP OCR NEW BUILDING. THIS IS THE STOCK WE PROVIDED FOR OUR OPENING. BUT THAT HAVING BEEN UN AVOIDABLY DELAYED, WE CONCLUDED IT WOULD BE BEST TO OPEN UP AT ONCE TO MEET THE WaHW OF THE RISING GENER ATION, AND SO WE ARE PREPARED, AX NO. 410 SEVENTH STREET. YOUR PATRONAGE HITHERTO HAS PUT US IN POSITION TO PROVIDE WEARING APPAREL IN QUANTITIES AND' QUALITIES (HERE TOFORE UNKNOWN IN OUR CITY. PLEASE REMEMBER, WE ARE ONLY TEM PORARILY SOJOURNING AT NO. 410, BUT SOON WILL HE LOCATED AT 300, 302. 304, 306 <& 308 SEVENTH STREET. ?e4-f,s,to SAKS A COMPANY. Special. t h b " " BBB OO NN N **"" B B OO NNN BBB O O N N N B B O O N NN BBB OO N NN MM MM A RRR CCC H H FEE Jimmm AA RRCOHHR ?"? MM MM A A RRR 0 HUH El M M M AAA RRCCHHK ?, M M M A A R R CCG U H EBB ? 310, 318 SEVENTH STREET N. W? BUILDING FORMERLY OCCUPIED B t> A. SAKS A CO., OWING TO TIIE RUSH OF HAVING OUR BUILDLNG COM PLETE FOR OPEN ING ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th. AS PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED, WE ARE UNABLE TO QUOTE PRICES, THEREFORE WOULD SAY WE WILL GUARANTEE OUR PRICES, AND SHALL PROMPTLY REFUND THE MONEY IN ANY CASE OF DISSATIS TION. THE ~ " BBB OO NN W ?""* B B O O NN N BBB O O NNN B B O O N NN BBB OO N NN MM MM A RRR CC3 H H RRR w MM.MM AARRCCHHE " M MM M A A RRR C H H H KK M M M AAA R R C C H H R M M M A A R R CCC H H KRE Z sep4-2t 310, 318 SEVENTH STREET N.W. rpm OGO OO L DDD FEB NN N OGOOL DDR NNN 2 S 2 L D D RE NNN G GO OOL DDE NNN OGO OO LLLI> DDD EES N NN RRR A GGO L KKH K AA G G L R RR A A G L RE E AAA G GG L R KRE A A GOG f-l.T-T. lt?K CLOTHING COMPANY, No 400. CORNER SEVENTH AND D STS. N.W., Will throw its door* open to the people of Wash ington, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, With ? Superb Stock ot FALL CLOTHING FOR MEN, YOUTHS, ROYS, AND CHILDREN, FOR LABOR, BUSINESS, SCHOOL, AND DRESS PC R PUSES, Which only a thorough knowledge of the requirements of Wellington trade, combined with unlimited capital, couid enable us to select. If an excuse be deemed necessary fbr thru bringing our name and business before the public, we hope the following will be considered sufficient and do some thing toward accomplishing our object. We are going to continue, whether business be dull or lively, or competition even greater than ever before, relying for soman upon strirt adherence to the following rules which shall always govern us: 1. To have strictly one price, and that the lowwt one that goods cau possibly be sold for. SIX To deal honorably with all. and be just, even at the expeute of liberality. 3. To refrain from misrepresentations of mwarw fci or the underrating of competitors goods. 4. To keep pace with the times la kinds, strte. and qualities. w, *?Q 5. To realise that, being human, we are liable to oiftke mistakes that should be promptly corrected. 0. To see that our salesmen are faithflil to customers and true to us. 7. To try to merit the approval of those who patronise us and be thankful for the same. K. To promptly exchange goods or refond money If selections are not satisfactory. AND NOW A WORD Ol^TWO AS TO OUR STOCK. We are prepared to flt and salt ft child of 3 years of age and a man weighing 400 poun<te with equal facility. We will not bore you by quoting prime, but ?Imply ask you to look in our windows, where every thing will be marked in plain figures, and then Judxe tor yourselves. Our stock h simply complete In every detail, bat In view of the near approach of School Opening we have made special provision for the needs of Boys and Children in that regard. Kvertbing imaginable in the shape of School Salts for Boys and Children can be seen on oar counters. The follow lag gentlemen, well known la connection with the Clothing Business in Washington, will always be plreeed to show their friends and lifts public the Oourteeles of the "GOLDEN EAGLE:" JOSEPH M. GRADY, formerly with A. Saks * Co.' JOHN T. TYLER, late o18b Louis, Mo. WILLIAM H DANIEL, formerly with GEORGE a DANIEL, formerly with George C Hen 6 wmr LEAF TKA. OO CENTS PER POUND DELICIOUS FLAVOR. for tile money. C. WITMER A CO. 1918 Pennaylv W ill Remain Xn Favob. Authority In the premises says: "Tailor-made Sultt are to aemala la lhvor the ing Having received an advanced Invoice of Our Fall and Winter Dreas Qooda we have decided to them in aock at once and Invite 70a r ei ? From tbIs time forward we will receive daily ar> rivals In *11 the New and Popular Colored Dress Fabrics, and It is safe to aasert that our stock of the goods the coming season will be the most comprehen sive, varied, the most stylish and desirable ever of fered by ns during any previous seeeon. NEWEST OF THE NEW FALL DRESS FABRICS. 42-lnch All-Wool Scotch Cheviots, la elegant oombl nations of broad and stripes, diagonals and plains in dark, rich effects. These are of a rough and ready Scotch mixture In an almost Indescribable array of new colorings and conceits. 43-inch All-Wool "Knickerbocker" Suitings. In rich handsome mixtures in new effects, having as high as three and fbur colorings intermingled by a "shotted*' process, producing a sort 'of pepper and salt effect, with one color predominating to make the shade. 42-lnch All-Wool Canvas M Basquet&e" Cloth, a ftibrtc of genuine merit, the warp being of plain thick thread, well twisted, and the filling is a " shotted " thread of choice colorings, giving the face ol the fabric a decided illuminated effect. All of the above Fabrics are confined exclusively to us for this city, and not to be found elsewhere. Their antiquated "Rough and Ready" appearance, (which is the style,) gives them precedence over all new Fall and Winter Dress Fabrics for Ladles' Fine Tailor Made Suits. 38-INCH ILLUMINATED ALL-WOOL PIN HEAD CHECK SUITINGS, beautiful mixtures of Brown and White, Plum and Gold, Bronse and Gold, Brown and Garnet, Navy Blue and Gold and other handsome combinations. ONLY 50c. PER YARD. 36-INCH FINE ALL-WOOL TRICOTS in all the new and fashionable Fall and Winter Shades?Hav ana Brown, London Kmoke, Gray-Mlxt, Seal. Light Drab, Cardinal, Navy Blue, Wine, Garnet, Bottle Green. Stone, Slate, Myrtle Green, Light Browns and Dark Drabs. The favorite fabric for early Fall wear, ONLY 60c. PER YARD. 25-INCH FINE ALL-WOOL CHECK, PLAID AND STRIPED FLANNELS. Exquisite combina' tions of dark rich colorings and effects, ONLY 50c. PER YARD. 25-inch Fine All-Wool "Jersey Stripe" Flannels. These goods are particularly desirable aud adapted for I.;ulie?' dresses, skirts, wrappers, saques aud jackets; also, children s suits, sacques and cloaks. Only 66c per yard. 54-inch All-Wool Ladles' Cloth, which has hereto fore always sold at $1 per yard, for 76c. Think of a full dress pattern (0 yards), of excellent All-Wool Cloth, for $4.50. Why dollar Ladies' Cloth for 75c.? you might ask. Because we propose to make a "drive" of this same cloth and supply the demand. The colors (about 10 or 12) are correct, the weave and wool is correct, the market Is not "Hooded" and the cloth ts favored by fashion, yet we offer this same Dollar Ladies'Cloth for 75c. per yard. MAIL ORDER NOTICE?Out of town customers will be mailed samples of the above upon application. WOODWARD A LOTHROP, BOSTON DRY GOODS HOUSE ONE PRICE ONLY. 921 Penua. ave. [se4] 012 D street Autumn Top C OATS! OUR STOCK OF EARLY AUTUMN TOP COATS IS NOW COMPLETE OUR STOCK IS WORTH SHOWING AND SEEING. YOU WILL APPRECIATE THE NEW STYLES, THE NEW CLOTHS, THE NEW PRICEH. NOW IS JUST THE TIME TO WEAR THIS GARMENT. IT MAY SAVE A DOCTOR'S BILL, AND SHOULD YOU CONTEMPLATE A LITTLE TRIP, DON'T SEE HOW YOU CAN GET ALONG WITHOUT ONE WE HAVE THEM FROM 98, A GOOD, HONEST COAT, AND AS HIGH AS $25, THE LATTER SILK LINED. GEORGE SPRANSY, 507 SEVENTH STREET. ' Store open until 8 pm. se4 o PENING, HARRIS * SIIAFER, JEWELERS, 1113 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, a OPEN THEIR NEW STORE, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 6TH, WHICH THE PUBLIC ARE CORDIALLY IN VITED TO INSPECT. ee4-lm Fa L L THIS IS THE TIME TO PROVIDE YOURSELF WITH A LIGHT WEIGHT OVERCOAT FOR COOL MORNINGS AND EVENINGS, AND A MEDIUM WEIGHT SUIT. NEW LINKS OF THESE GOODS JUST OPENED. WE HAVE ALSO RECEIVED NEW Lima OF HEAVY WEIGHT BUSINESS SUITS AND TROWSSBS. E. ft, BARNUM * 00, set Ml PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE Special Baboains IN MEW GOODS. 4-4 ALL-WOOL TRECOT, 60a _ 42-tach CREPE CLOTHS, In all thaittWebadaa,#Oa. tx-taoacKKPE CLOTHS, In ail thenewehadaa,60c. SILK VELVETS, fa,ll.S& JERSEY* #1 C Large WHITE B WANTED?HELP. Wantei>-a GOOD OKRMA^ GIRL, TO COOK and do general housework. Apply at 128 D si. n-w. , It* ^TTANTED-A GOOD COOK; MUST COME YV well recommended: wages $9: no washing: most co home at night. UU1 at 1608 14th st. n.w., Drug store. It* TTTANTED-A BRIGHT YOUNG MAN TO W learn the drug business, with about two Tears' experieuce; wages mast not be any object. Address RHEI. Star office. It* ANTED-A WOMAN TO DO GENERAL housework, in a small family; white preferred: stay at night; good references required. Call lay or Monday, at 33? C st. n. w. it* w must Saturday WANTED-AN INTELLIGENT COLORED BOY, 10 to 18 years old. to make himself useftil about the house and medical baths: recommendations re quired. Apply at Dr. SCHOENBCKER'S Office, 716 l'ithsc lt? WANTED?AN EXPERIENCED SALESMAN for an established Bottle Beer and Soda Route. Good wages. None need apply who does not thor oughly understand the business. Reference required. T. H. FIN LEY, 1306 D st n.w. It* ANTKD-TWO FIRST-CLASS UPHOLSTER^ era. W. H. HOUGHTON dfc CO., 1214 F st. n. se4-3t w WANTED-A WHITE WOMAN TO DO THE house-work for a family of two. A good home and good wages for one who suits. Relerences re quired. Apply at 30114th st. aw. se4-2t* W'. ANTED-A WHITE GIRL TO COOK, DO T . chamberwork, aud assist in care of children; ref erences required. Apply at 1101 G st. n.w. se4-2t* ANTED - A COMPETENT RELIABLE Woman to cook, wash and iron, in small fluuUy, with references, at 1523 K st. n. w. se4-2t* WANTED ? TWO COMPETENT WHITE Women, one as cook aud laundress, and the other as chambermaid and waitress, in a fkmily of two persons. Apply between 12 and 3 p. m., at 1129 17th st.; references required. se4-3t* ANTED-SEVERAL GOOD 8ALESMEN AND Salesladies for Dry (foods and Notions, with ex perience; none other need apply. All communications confidential. Address MERCHANT, star office. s4-2 ANTED-HOTEL PORTER-A SOBER. RELI able, and experienced colored man that can come well recommended. Address HOTEL POKTEK, Star office. sep4-2t? Wanted-at h. Kaufmans combinv tion Store, 1241 and 1243 11th sL s.e., an expe rienced Dry Goods Salesman. Very best of relitrence required. ' se3-.it WANTED-A LADY'S MAID, MUST BE PER feet in hair-dressing, understand dress-making, plain sewing and packing. References required. Ap ply 6Q1 18th st. n.w. se3-2t* ANTED-TWO YOUNG MEN TO SELL Brooms and Woodware on commissiou: those ac quainted with grocery trade preferred. Address, stating amount commission expected. BROOMS, star office. se3-3: aNTED-A RESPECTABLE AND STEADY White Boy, about 16 years of age, to make him self useful In the store and run errands. Apply, with references, at 60S 9th st. n.w. se3-2t Wanted-young gentleman of good address, ability and habits for a position com bining the duties of treasurer and bookkeeper; must have 91,000 to invest on real estate security; three years, six per cent interest. Salary f lOO per mouth. Address, with reference, P. O. Box OS, Fell's Mills, Jefferson county, N. Y. se3-2t* ANTED-100~MEN FOR THR BALTIMORE Water Works: good wages: three years' work: Samuel Knopman and 11. Heftnan contractors. Ap; ply to Holmes';restaurant,603 B st, n.w., opposite Bal timore and Potomac depot, to Daniel Burnn, fore man. se3-2t* WANTED-A WOMAN TO COOK. WASH AND iron: must bring references aud stay at night Apply at 523 3d st. n.w. te2-3t* WANTED-COOKS. COOKS, AND GENERAL houseworkers, white and colored, at EMPLOY MENT BUREAU, 517 7th St. n.w., opposite general P. O.; also rooms for rent au'JH-'iw* WANTED-AGENTS IN EVERY COUNTY IN the United States.: $75 per month or commla sion: send stamp: goods sold by sample. PAUL TA BLE, Chicago, 111. au22-13t ANTED?BY KENSINGTON ART CO.7 FE male help in all parts of the country to do our light, pleasant work at their homes. Sent by mail to any address; uo canvassing, easy to learn, aud any one can earn from $7 to $10 per week. For ftill in forma tion address KENSINGTON ART ROOMS, 19 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. Box 507S. au5-eo,12t WANTED-WHITE AND COLORED WOMEN Cooks, $10 to $20; chamoermaids, nurses, gen eral workers, scrub and kitchen girls, men oooks. S. A. COOMBS. Emp. Bureau, W'Jti F sU n.w. a4-5w* WANTED?ROOMS. WANTED?TWO OR THREE ROOMS FOR light housekeeping, furnished. Address 11S Beacon St., Chelsea. Mass., stating price: must be near schools, and in Washington; rent must bo moderate, and in good locality. It WONTED-TWO OR THREE UNFURNISilED or partly furnished 2d story rooms in n. w. part of city, with board or near caterer. State fUUy as to price and location to insure attention. ?e4-'it* Address RAP, Star office. W" ANTED - BY THREE ADULTS, "THREE Unfurnished Rooms, between O and O and 10th aud 17th preferred; rt-a rences exchanged. Address N. T., Star office. se4-3t* WANTED-T1IREE OR FOUR FURNISHED Rooms for light housekeeping by a permanent and responsible party; state location and lowest price. Address C. B., Star office. se4-2t* WANTED?TWO PLEASANT PART1.Y FUR nlshed Rooms (carpets and curtains) on first or second floor; with heat and gun; couvenieut to Patent oltice: family of three; rent paid in advance; perma nent if suited. Address, Muting terms, Ac., COM MONWEALTH. Star office. se4-3t* WANTED-OCTOBKIt 1. PLEASANT ROOM with good boarding. Gentleman aud wife, $45 to $56. Permanent. Address, S. B. F. Star office. se3-3t* WANTED?TWO ROOMS AND BOA RD. BY A gentleman and wife, no children, northwest sec tion preierred. Best of references given. Address, Box 122, Star office. se3-3t* WANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE^ one or two furnished room*, with board, in a desirable location northwest, at a reasonable price; where French or Spanish spoken preferred. Refer ences exchanged. Address, statiug price, location, Ac., CASH, Star office. se3-3t* WANTED?SE1TEMBER 15, BY MAN AND wife, no children, three unfurnished rooms on second floor; light housekeeping: modern improve ments, convenient to War department. State price, which must be moderate. Address, Box 45. Star office. se3-3t* WANTED?ONE OR TWO FURNISHED Rooms, with Board, near the Capitol, for two gentlemen; terms must be moderate. Address CAPI TOL, Star office. se3-2t* WAN TED-THREE OR FOUR UNFURNISil ED moms for light housekeeping, or rooms, with board, in private family; location preferred; between 9th and 16th, F aud M; south front. JOHN F. PA RET, 013 Pennsylvania avenue. se3-lw W"" anted-bY" gentleman, wife and 4 year-old daughter, furnished Room with adjoin ing hall room; state terms, with or wKhuut board. Ad dress Box 167. Star office. se:Vit* W""ANTED? A."LADY WOULD LIKK TO OB tain Room and Board where no questions are asked. Address, stating terms, J. C.. Star office. se2-3t* WANTED-1 LARGE, OR 2 SMALL COMMU nicattng untarnished rooms, with use of bath, in private family, in West End, for single gentleman. State location and price. ALPHA, Commissary Gen eral's Office. se2-3t* WANTED-HOUSES. WANTED-TO BUY-COMFORTABLE SMALL House, in central or northern location. Must be a bargaiu. Address, with description and lowest cash price, BAC, Star office. se4-3t? ANTKD ? A THOROUOHLY FURNISHED House, with 12 or 14 rooms, between H and Massachusetts avenue aud 9th and 14th sts. n. w. Ad dress Mrs. P. M., Star office. se3-3t* \lTANTED-FOR CASH-A HOUSE, 7 TO 9 Yy rooms, good condition, genteel locality, m. i., $3,500?$4,500; not Capitol Hill. Address DOMUS. Star oittce, with particulars and lowest price. sea-3t* WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS. Wanted?$500 for one ykab on chat mi mortgage; security ample. Address Box 123, Star offlcsi ?e4-3t? _ ANTED?ELECTRICHAIR RESTORER,THE wonder of the age; 25 more testimonials of hair produced alter 15 to 25 years of baldness. $5,000 is offered for any person under the age of 60 if the Electric Hair Restorer fells to produce Hair in from six weeks to three months. Examinations of scalp free at the office of Mra Dr. J. Bemines, the World-Re nowned Chiropodist, 1222 F at. n.w., near 13th. Be sure to lad 1222. se4 ANTED - FOR A MONTH OR SIX weeks by a responsible party a horse and light vehicle Ibr Us keeping. Address F. H., star office. se3-3t* WANTED ?FURNITURE TO UPHOLSTER All grades of Coverings on^and aMow^ricea. se3 616 Louisiana avenue. ANTED?SPECIAL LESSONS FOR PERSONS preparing for competitive examinations by a lady, many of whoss pupils have received fine ap ruinunents under civil service rules. Miss BALCH, WOO st. se2-lm WANTED-YOU TO KNOW THAT WE ARE now prepared to pay fell value for Gent's Sec ond-hand Clothing. Address or call at "JUSTH'S Old Stand," 619 D at. a.w. au31-8m XirANTED?LADIES TO LEARN THE ART OF YY Dress Cutting by Moody's new and perfect Tailor System; not a ehast. Removed to 819 Market Space. Cutting, Pitting and Patterns Cut. Miss N. filL BERTr au22-3m "\ *T AN TEI>?KNOWN THAT MY ELECTRIC YV needle positi-*ely destroys superfluous hair by killing the roots instantly, leaving no marks what ever. Write for particulars or call after 3 pm. Sun days 9 to 5 p. m. MADAME GABRIEL, 913 G St. n.w. au22-2w* \fT ANTED?THE PUBLIC TO U?E LLOYlJs to all p^tee^Tclty" raSlweSa niture carefully removed. Sewing machinea. tvna writers, Ac., handled with eara. Trunks takento any Kt of the house without extra charge. Pesuons re Bint LO the dtv GAB 1MV? thob r*ha<*lr. .? w nm mvhw wiuivhv ciuukv, renona r*. and 481 Penneylvania ave. n.w. n"w* auai-lm* JOHN cThawley, Proprietor. r and Notarw *>?? FOB BENT?MISCELLANEOUS. brick stable with FrajWAttUTMBHT PfANO, 1?ts ptoses. Ho. 42$ litb m. a. 1 w ANTED?SITU ATION S. K WOMAN FAMILIES or wntlemen s wsshlng to do; wrms reasonable Address M, K. L., Star office. \%m WASTKD-BY A LADY OF KTPHTRTTCTinc A W Situation In * private family as teacher of Eng lish, Including Msthematka?, French and Instrumental Mimic ?? ^inS.govwPn?"ia ??V. Address "TEACHER, SUr office. It* AOTKp-BT A FipsT-CLASW CX50K-A SIT uatlon inflrst^iB fteilly: no washing; best city reference |l v f- 1818 8 m. n.w. se4-3t* WANTED-A POSITION A8 COLLECTOR FOB a mercMtile house- have experience; will de posit security in cash. Address FELIX, Star office. se3-3t* _ Wanted- by young "man position; understands bookkeeping, shorthand and Is a first-class penman. Address J. g. SMITH, Thyson house. se3t-3t? Wanted?situation by young man in Grocery, Provision and M?a store; ten years experience. Address GROCERY CLERK. Star office. ne3-3t* WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE FRENCH Girl a Situation M nurse or to do general house work; Just arrired from France. Address MADAME VALMONT, 713 11th St. n. w? the old cleaning es tablish ment. te8-8t* ?^XT ANTED?BY AN INTELLIOENf~COL6RED W man and wife from Virginia Situation in private family as coachman and cook; good references fur nished. Apply 1432 12th st. n.w., between 5 and 7 p. m. _ _ se'2-St* ANTED-PF.RSONS DESIRING RELIABLE and competent Servants, male or female, should call at National Labor Bureau. We only send out ser vants that we can recommend. DICK A SIMONS. Room Renting and Collecting Agency, 517 7th st. n.w. au28-2w* Wanted?places for housekeepers, seamstresses, ladies' maids, cooks, nurses, cham bermaids, men cooks, waiters, waitresses.with referen ces. S. A. COO -MBS. Em p. Bureau. 92tt F sLn.w. M-5w? FOR RENT?ROOMS. For rent-furnished rooms with Board: centrally located; terms reasonable. 513 11th SL n.w. se4-6t* OR RENT - TWO NICELY furnlshed Rooms: terms reasonable; the whole hous - for rent: without children: rent of whole house, $75 per month. Address H. S. C.,Star office. se4-3t* TC^OR RENT-THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS. X1 second floor, to gentleman and wife without small children, at 939 Massachusetts ave., between 9th and 10th sts. n. w. ae4-2t? For rent-a young married couple having a Parlor and communicating Bed-room, with entirely new and elegant furniture, will rent to a couple without children at considerably less than down town rates; Board convenient; references ex changed. 1730 14th St. ^ se4-3t? TT^OR RENT?NEAR IOWA CIRCLE. COOL AND P delightful Furnished Rooms to gentlemen, or part of llotwe, including dining-room ami kitchen, to desir able tenant without children- reierence* exchanged. 1303 U st. n.w. se4-3t? FOR RENT?THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS ^furnished if preferred), on second floor, in a new house: bath room on same floor; convenient to all departments. 709 13th st. n.w. se4-2t*^ FOR RKNT-3W 0 ST. N. W.-PARLORS AND other Rooms, unftirnished. au!9-lm* 17K>R~RENT - NICELVFURNISHED ROOMS, ^ together or separately, second or third floors, with or without board: south front. Apply at 1211 N st. n. w. ' se3-3t* UORRKNT-28 IOWA CIRCLE, FURNISHEI? J; Rooms, single oeen suite: caterer next door: adults only: relerences exchanged. sp3-3t* FOR-RENT?ONE FLOOR CONTAINING SIX rooms, suitable for housekeeping; references re quired. 710 7th street n.w. se3-3t* I't?OR RENT-FOC R U N FURNISH ED ROOMS, 1 on second floor. modern conveniences, five min utes' walk of Pension building; no children. 124 D st. n.w.: reference required. se3-3t* X7IQR RENT-NEWLY furnished ROOMS, J. en suite and single, also unfurnished rooms, with first-class table-board, at 708 11th st. n. w; terms moderate: references exchanged. ae3-3t* For rent-at 1021 iith street nortii west. front rooms, en suite or single: new house, newly furnished; mod. imp.; table board convenient. se3-3t* _ T*OR RENT?1233 NEW YORK AVE N.W . 1 handsomely furnished Rooms, en suite, suitable for slugle gentleman, southern exposure, rent reason able. se3-3t* For rent-three newly furnished Rooms, two communicating; all un same floor, bath, etc.. attached, 1107 F st. n. w. se3-Ot ANTED-BY"THREE ADULTS IN A P1U vaie family, two liedrooms and parlor, well ftir nished, with board, between Oth and 18th and F and M streets n.w. Address, stating terms. Box 93, Star office. se3-3t? I" rioR RENT - TWO LARGE furnished rooms. A pply at 007 I st. n. w. se2-3t* OR RENT?OFFICE TUKJM AND TWO FUBr nished Rooms, all front, lor gentlemen only, at 2:15 Pennsylvania ave. n.w. se2-3t* For rent 1333 G st. n.w., n&ndsomely Furnished Rooms. s?2-3t I70U RENT-ROOMS furnished or unfur nislied. en suite or singly, with or without board. 819 14th st. ilw. ae2-3t? I^OR RENT-AT 1112 H ST. N. W? NICELY ! furnished communicating Parlor and Bed Room; also other rooms; gas and bath; at reasonable rates. au28-2w "oR RKNT-LAROE unfurnished ROOM, fronting south; second story, with heat and bath, between 13th and 14th on F st. h.w.; for lady only. Address ( '. V.. Star office. se2-3t? T7WR RENT?941 H ST. N. W.. LA ROE FRONT _F room, windows south and west: handsomely ftir mshed; rented alone or en sdite with adjoining room also front. First-class table board. sep2-3t? jlOR RENT-SMALL R<)OM WITH BOARP, 1 quire at 902 14th st. n.w. su31-l w? 1r*OR RENT ?ROOMS OR FLATS, FUBNISHEP ? or partially furnished, for gentleman and wife or very small family of adults: mod. con. Sanitary ar rangements unsurpassed. References exchanged. 943 T st n.w. aul7-3w* 1" WR RENT-AT 1018 17TH ST. N.W.. ONE large unfurnished Room and one furnished. suita ble for gentleman, with Board: references. au22-2w*^ FOR RENT-TWO LARGE UNFURNISHED OR partlv tarnished Rooms, second floor, with board, at 1235 Massachusetts ave. n.w. au22 2w* Ir>OR RENT?N. W. CORTcOBCORAN AND 15TH sts. n.w., newly tarnished east and south front Rooms, single or en suite; in new house; mod. imps.; herdics pass the door; street cars one square. Refer ences exchanged. au25-lm? FO R RENT-FURNISH ED ROOMS WITH BOA RD. Also, table board, at 1005 1 st- References given and required. au22-2w* 17IOR RENT- FINELY -FU RN ISHED ROOMS, _ with connecting bathroom, in a small private fam ily of adults. 423 11th st. northwest, half square north of Pennsylvania ave. aa21-lm ITtOR ""RENT?FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH . board, south front; reservation In front; one square west of War and Navy department; references ex changed.^ 803 Hat n.w. ao8-4w? FOB RENT-FOUR OR FIVE handsomely furnished Rooms, singly or en suite, with or with out board; terms very moderate. 217 East Capitol st. auO-lm F FOR RENT?STORES. For rent Large Store, 641 E st. ae., $15 per month. SWOBMSTEDT ?t BRADLEY. se3-3t 928 F street. ]~7iOB RENT-PART OF 8TORE, 1203 F ST. N. W? 1 suitable for art or any fancy business. se2-4t* FOB BENT?STORE 939 B ST. n. w.; two stories; two large rooms and office; water and gas: suitable for wholesale or retail of produce. Bent K*6. Apply to M. D. PECK, 934 F St. se2-eo2w F" "OR RENT?STORE 824 7TH ST. N.W. IN quire at 902 14th st. n.w. ao31-lw* I"" r*Ol: RENT-GROCERY STORE, GOOD WILL 1 and Fixtures, Including Dwelling, corner New Jersey ave. and N st. n.w. $40 per month. F. il. SMITH & SON. 1222 F St. au27-2w FOR SALE?LOTS. For kalk-very pretty little lot, on 16th street extended; prettiest part Mt. Pleasant; fl.OOO for nearly 10,000 feet; deduction for cash. . k WIMER, 1424 N.Y. ave. s4-3t F-^BSALE^HANDS()MEXT LITTLE BUILDING Lot in city ibr the money, 20 feet front on fine nof New Hampshire ave.; $1,360. Parti-wall. WIMER, 1424 New York ave. se2 3t JjlOR SALE?LOTS. Northwest corner 21st and 0 streets northwest, 45 feet on 21st street, 85 fact on O street, beautiful site for four or five houses. Will be sold graded at $2 per square foot. Four (4) fine Lots, 22x90 feet each on Pstreet north west, adjoining the corner of 20th and P streets, oppo site the Blaine mansion, one a corner lot, all beauti fully terraced. Adjoining property Is $4 per foot These four lots can be sold singly or ail together, at $2^0 per foot. The finest Lot i on 16th st. n.w., west side, between L and M sts., 27x198 feet. Two elegant houses now being erected close by It. $2.50 per foot will boy this lot If sold at once. Northeast corner M and 10th sts. n.w., 25 feet on M, 106 teet on 19th, with elegant wide parking. One or tbe handsomest sites tor a residence In the northwest section of the city. f Price $8.60 per J NO. A. PREBOOTT, sel-6t 1416 F st. n.w. F" OB BALE?AT A BARGAIN, IF SOLD AT onoe?building lots. 94 ft. 8^ in. front by 100 It deep on E street northeast Apply to HUFTY A DYER, Real Estate and Insurance, 1301 F st sl-lw pOET^li- ? Rhode Island ave., near 12th st, 30x70. Rhode island ave.. bet 13th and 14th sts., 28x115. Rhode island ave., bet 14th and 16th sts., north ^Rhodeisland ave., bet 14th and 16th sts., south side. 20x130. Rhode island ave., bet 17Ui and 18th sts., north aide, 80x100. New Hampshire ave., near M st, 90x100. New Hampshire ave., near M st, 24x100. <f st bet 14th and 16th, 20x14a A block of tola on W St., bet 14th and 16th sts. The above choice lots are offered at Investment PARKER A TOWNSEND, an31-$t 1418 r st T^OB SALE-COLUMBIA HEIGHTS?SEVERAL H ??ry desirable Villa SUss overlooking the entire city and in the immediate vicinity of QeoLogan's 1 lot Corner Clifton and 18th sta extended, 100X 213: unsurpassed tor location and is without compett .1.? lntewting Investors should oonsnK us oefore Durchaslag aa we have Lots in all sections of Oolum and Oolumbl^ve^^o.^om a5?lm 1418 F st n.w. ! t^OR SALE-LOTS. I HAVE MOST ELIGIBLE brtMUngLota, located in^ejaorthwert^and otter gle lots, ft* sale 1 'irtSHSSi a a. p 1418 F at n.w. FOR RENT?HOUSE^ ORRKNT-Ft'RNISHKI>-HOOSK 1M7 16TH st., imr Scott circle; thn*-?to*To V?*? front: square bey windows; coot^na jl^ roMM. *JcHy furnished, frescoed and papered, mo"' impt.iiiBnt class order: location touw. If pOKRKNT 1?2914th st n.w., llr. m.1 ?? 65 126 B st. s. e. 12r. m. I??? ???00 225 F. st. n. w. llr. m. ? 50.50 1516 S st. a. w. 12r. m. L-? ? 60 106 D st. n. w. 9r. m. I?????--? 35 1310 Corcoran it. b. w. 6r. m. I?? ?? <W 1329 7th st.n. w., with store. ? 3U 949 T st. n. w. 8r. m. i ? - 30 1605s?lb. w. 7r. m. i 25.40 236 9th it. s. e. Tr. m. i 25 134 F st. n. e. 7r. m. I 20 JO 1108 23d st n. w. fir. m. I 20 1540 Mb st. n.w.,6r. 16.50 230 I st. a. w. 6r 16 2040 Lst n.e. 6r 15.30 427 I st s. e. 6r 15 1703 Vt avs. ?r 14 JOHN SHERMAN A CO. se4-3t 927 F st n. w. For RENT-. B14 C st. s.e., new, 7 rooms, sll mod-impe.. 922.50. 909 and 807 N st n.w.. each 92a 11 Kit n.w., 9 rooms, cheap, 926. 1413 W st, 7 rooms. all Imps., 920. .14 ? ?.7 room* ???$?. DCVt[u (Successor to Duvoil A Marr). se4-4i 026 F st For rent 1239 O st n.w.. eight room*- ~ 840.00 1154 22d st n.w., 9 rooms and cellar 35.50 New House on Spruoe at, Le Droit Park. 10 rooms _ ? 35.00 611 Pst n.w., 10 rooms 36. (H) 240 14Ih st s.w., 8 rooms 25.50 231 Q st n.w., 7 rooms and cellar 25.39 615 Pst a.w? Furnished Parlors lti.oO Also, new Bricks on 8outh Capitol st Apply to A. S. CAY WOOD. Corner 9th and K sts. n.w. se4-3t* FOK RENT-AT 82 U ST. N.W., NEARLY NEW six-roomed House: water and gas. Rent 910.30 per month. R. F. leighton, 482 Louisiana ave n. w. se4-lm F" OR RENT-handsome DWELLINGS IN Garfield Terrace: 9 rooms: all mod. imps.: 935 5o. Inquire of W?SOOTT A WILCOX, 1W07 Pennsyl vania ave. se4-3t I^OR RENT - THREE-STORY BAY WINDOW Brick. 209 13?* st. s. w.. 7 rooms, gas, water and bath. THUS. E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F st n.w. s4-3t I^OR RKNT-TW0 2-ST<JRY BRICKS.1104 AND 1106 23d st a.w. >jx rooms, both and dellar, ^as and water. 922.50 per month. WALKER <* W IL SON. 1106 F st se4-3t* FOR-RENT? DWELLINO flOl NEW JERSEY ava n. w.; eleven rooms: modern improvements: $3o per month; in good repair. Apply to W. C. JOHNsON. 718 13th st. u.w. se4-2m F~ OR RENT? H Ol 'S E2451 P ST., WIST W ASH ington; eight rooms: bay window; batb: latrobe: summer kitcheu; cellar: larite yard: fruit and flowers; cars pass bouse; key at 2453: 92U per month. se4-2t* IT^OR RENT?625 7TH ST.N.W^H RO0M8,$20. 84?S . E st. s. w.,8 rooms, all mod. imp.. 8il.60. 1012 71b st s.w? 6 rooms. #15. 110S Oth st s.w., 6 rooms, f 15. 333 M st. aw., 912. 303, 307, 311, 4 rooms each. flu. 1002 South Capitol, 6 rooms. $12. 1004 South Capi tol st. 5 rooms, 910. 460 9th st s.w., 5 rooms and store. 920. se4-3t* C. H. PARK ER, 4i& and E sts s.w. FOR RE 162219th,llr .m.i.975. 2132 Pa. ave., 8r 930 2129 K st,Sr.,m.i 50> lOtWSst. 7r., m.i.. 2* 2127 K St.. Sr 50 141U tWtb St., 8 r 25.40 725 20th st.10r.rn.L45.50 3030 P st 25 3<i43 N St., 10r? U1.L4U.50 2604 Pa ave , 6 r 2:4 1145 21stst 12r. m. I....45 T 210 24tli. 7r in.i....22.50 2125 Lst. 10r.,iu.i...40.50 941 25th St., 7 r. 21.50 71H 21 st st, 9 r 40 2115 K st..6r. m.i 21.40 2213 Fst.9r.,m.i 36.60 1121 23d st. ftr 18 2220 G St., 9im. i.,.35.50, Cor. 34 A T sls., 8rs .18 2222 G St., 9r.. m. l-.36.50t 12431 N st ltt.5<> 909 23d sl, 8r., m.i..35.50 939 27th st. 5 r 12 !?] I 23d st. Sr., m. I.35.50 ;2410 N &L,5r. 12 1920 Pa. ave.. 12r 35 I Apply WESCOTT A WILCOX, ?e4 1907 Penn. ave. n. w. 17<OR RENT N.W. Pr.Mo.l 2031 I st.,m.L 13r..$52.5o' 3050 Pst., llr 35.OO 1420 33d st..m.i..9r..35.(l0 627 2d sCm.L,9r 35.00i 128 Cst, 7r 30.I Ki: 2315 H st. 6r 25.00 Cor.l7<tBd y sts.,6r.25.00j 1338 V st, 7r 22.5o' S.E. and SW. Pr.Mo. 114 2d st.s.e.,10r 965.00 1314 B !?.w.,m.i..9r...50.00 23 D sts.e..in.i.,9r 30.53 221 1Kb st K.W..llr ..30.00 219 9Ui sts.w..llr....3O.00 493 Md av.s.w..llr.30.00 1007 Md.av. s.w..9r 25.60 460 N.J. av. s.e.,7r...25.39 TO LEASE. OFFICES FOR RENT. N.W. Per Annum., Per Month. K,!>et 21st and 22<1$100 468 I^Lave.. ba?en?ent9!*0 12th, bet W and Bd'v...60: 631 F st, 2d floor? 2.S E St., bet. 22d and 23d..30 618 F St., Room 3- 20 Tlie above is only a small portion of property on my books. For Ail] list call at office for bulletin, iSHiied on the lst and i5th . ise4i THOS. E. WAGGAMAH. FOR RENT FURNISHED, THE LARGE BRICK RESIDENCE 1615 H st, corner Vermont ave.. OPPOSITE arlington HOTEL. This desirable residence, recently thoroughly reno vated and riuelv furnished. Is now offered for rent to a flrst-ciass tenant for eight months. For price and permit to inspect the premises apply to J. V. N. HTTYCK, se3-3t 1505 Pennsylvania avenue. 1~7<OR RENT . 940 R st, 2-story and bas. Brick, 7rs. m.L...935.00 635 K st s e., 3-story Brick. 7rs., gas and wator. 12 50 704 12th st s.e., 2-story Brick. 6 rooms, watt-r. 12.00 2-story Brick, 4 rooms, in alley rear 27th st. bet. I and K ilw_ 10.00 se3-3t SWORMsTEliT A bradley, 92S F st 1.^6R RKNT? FURNIH1 IEI>? HOUSE OK SEVEN roijaiM: modern improvements: good cellar; good neighborhood, and convenient to three lines street cars. Call at 916 P st n.w. between 4 and 7 p. m. 3-3* IVOR RENT-TIIRKE-stoRY~BRICK. 12 ROOMS and cellar, modern improvements, 407 G st. n.w., at 955 per month. Inquire at A. EBEKLY A SONS Stove Store. 7IS 7th st n.w. fte3-3t? l^OR RKNT-l'N FU RN ISHKD I UU Pa. av.,store_$:tOO 703 15th. office rooms.$50 1025 Conn. ave... 250 !1826 14th st _41.06 1411 Ma*, are 150 1214 Fst, 4r 40 N. H. av. and Sst_ 150i 2018 Fst _40 1324 16th st 150 2020 Fst n.w 40 1906Sunderland Pl_?1.66 1214 F st. 4r ?....3o 2023 ? st 86 701 Dst s.e 25 1827 H st 83.33 703 16th st,2office rs. .25 702 l?th st 70 410 7th st s.e 22.50 812 18th st -60 1214 F st, 2r 20 FURNISHED. 18th and T sts -9416.66 16th st, bet I and K.9200 K st, n'r Conn, ave.333.33 15th st, n'r R.I. ave....l50 RI. ave., n'r Couu..333.33 Vt ave, n'r Iowac 150 925 Farragut sq _...300l ;14tb st, n'r L at...._..._150 19tb st, n'r Dupontc..3001iConn. ave.,n'r Mst 160 N St., n'r Vt ave. 250: I n'r 20th st 125 M st.. n'r Thomas C....250I I st.,t>et 20tb and 21stl25 Conn. ave.. n'r N st 250 Jefferson Place 115 lbth st. n'r M st 250 B.I. ave., n'r 17lh st .lOO F st, n'r 20th st. '225 20th st. n'r F st 75 Lst. n'r 14th st.....30S.33l,Sst. bet 12th aud 13thOO RL ave., n'rConu.av.200' FITCH, FOX A BROWN. se3 1437 Penn. are. n. w. F~ OR RENT? 1305 Rlggs st u w? 10 rooms .$40 104 10th sl s.e.. 6 rooms 20 945 Boundary st n.w., 6 rooms. 18 Apply to JOHN T. ARMS, s?2-3t 810 F street u.w. For rent?1002,1004 south capitol st.: five rooms each; $1U 146. 147. 149 Virginia ave. s. e.: five rooms each, water and gas; 910.75 eacb. C. H. PARKER V*2 and K sts. s.w. se2-3t* I^OR RENT- HOUSES- * ~ 1 1304 3D ST. S.E., 8rooms..._ 91&00. 1306 3d st s.e., ten rooms 23.OU. 1308 :w st. a.e., six rooms ..._ 1666. 1310 3d st la, six rooms... 16.06 These houses are new and bave all modern im provements, and two-story brick stables in rear of each. Apply to GREEN A RRYANT, se2-lm 614 9th*st n.w. FOR RENT-HOUSE, 910 19TH ST. nTwT 13 rooms; modern improvements, hi first-class order; will not be rented for a boarding-hoase. Apply to A. A. WILSON, corner7th at and Louisiana ave. n. w. s?2-lw FOR RUNT?a NEW HOUSE IN WEST WASH ington. 2806 Q at, nine rooms: one square from street oars. To a good tenant for 936 per month. Inquire at premises, 2805 Q st, West Wash ington. se2-3t* F~ OR RENT? 920. Neat six-room brick. 72 K st n.e. Mod. imp. ?7. Office Room, second floor. 1006 F st n.w. |8. Two-room Brick. Rear 426 P st n.w. 920. 68 K st n.e, six rooms. Mod. imps. 930. 1506 6th st n.w., nine rooms. Mod imps. BUSH NELL A CARUSI, au28-2m 1006 F st n.w. F OR RENT-BY R. O. HOLTZMAN. Kst,n.CLar.X.9333.33| 1330 19th street, 1 Sr.$100 U st, near 19th st. f...300 :ThomasCir.,10r.. fur..lOO Thomas circle. 17 r....300 Laflurette aq? 17r.262.50 941 Pa. ave, store 250 Mass.ave.. n. 15th. t...20o La&yette square 17r...aO0 A st. near lst s.e,ftir 176 Mstn. 9thst, 1 Or,?....160 Conn.ave.rr.H St.,?.....150 19th st DopontairclejC ISO <1916 Pa. av., llr.....83.33 1737 P st. lOr 75 W street ,n.-.12th,6r,.t ..70 Mt. Pleaaant, 8 ra. _..?5 >14181 stn.w?flat 55 '720 17th street flat ^O jl G st n.w. Sr. * store...40 '224 3d st n.w. 12ra 35 351 C st 8LW.,6r 12.25 This is only a partial list Of my bouses. For full list call or send to office. Office rooms in good locations. Stables at various prioas. For permits to see furnished houses call at office. Property placed with me Tor rent or sale is liberally advertised free of oast to the owner. For list or property for ale call or send at office for Real Estate Guide. sel R O. holtzman. 10th and F sts. n.W. P)R RENT?A VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE in West Washington, 3147 P st, 12 rooms, 940. The above named house has all modern improve ments. Apply to JAMES L, DAVIS, aul-2m 1218 31st street. POR RENT?FURNISHED?224 MARYLAND ave. n.e., within one block of the Capful, twelve rooms, two bathrooais. side yard, new stable; well furnished. For permission to >nspect apply to PAR KER A TOWMSBatD, 1418 F st au31-6t EOR RENT-FURNISHED BRICK, TEN ROOMS; aew paint paper, and plumbing throughout; stable ear: first-class condition, ana neighborhood north* west To a yearly tenant, 9100 a month. Apply to WM. J. RHEES. Smithsonian Institution. au29-2w? FOR RENT?327, 329 AND 891 9TH ST. a E., new six-room bey window brick Dwelliiya;aU mod. imps; 920 per month. DaNENHOWER * SON. 1226 Fst n.w. au29-6t For rent-in and near anaoootia. River Side Cottage, two acres of ground; 9200 per yoftp One new six-room Frame House; cars pass the door; ?as water $15 per month. NMiUrom^Brtck, $16.75 per moth. au25-2m h. A. GRISWOLD. AnacosUa, D. C FaoyutiLW.. 15r_9? 1706 N U.W., lOr 83.34 1815 M n.w.. llrs_.?.75 1622 19th n.w..l2rs.?75 1754 M n.w., 111^.. 75 H 112110th B.W., lOrs.?7 a. ? u.w., *V"'" IT 112110th B.W., lOrs.?75 1706 F n.w? l0re-.~_.76 1717 De Sales st, lOnt-851 1702 Fn. w., lOrs 66 1421 W n.w_ 8 re. 60 8031 St n.w? 10 re 46. 303 M, 10 re,... -40 153715th h.w.. 7re__930 7373d aw,7r Zlo 817 N.J. ave. n.w., 7 nJ90 509 R U, 10 rs $n 1?* New Jersey ava, a-w._ 22.50 7Q6 9s.e.. 8re SoSi Laiontown, 8r.. Hi i'fiV?11 * 20 15? 5-i- Ors.20 wi i-mas? 2208 14 B. H. WARNER. 916 F st n.w. alio ?1 ? RENT-478 O STREET W. W. 10 J? all modern Impiursmeali. Inquire at lOQO O tt TjlOR RENT?BY 8. BLWALKMR. 680 LOUISIANA 187.188.141D 716 K st a.w^ store and i F?. FOR RENT-HOUSES. JKRENT * "J[; ??.. 1?14 21? ?L. 14r.$l2?VOO ?250.00 iW>2 ?2K.14r .mi 60 00 iJS E?" 12f !?"? .?? 1628 :*!1. Hr .in.L 2.VUO ill! r? I" >**?'2?th st.a.w ,8r.2.VOO inniJ.M4*Jnl?,W.WI 1002 14aCn.w..llr.75.#H oV>iiHh!?r*nU-,*a*> 1~?? 15tha^w..9r 4'iW S3*8S 200 to 234 1 iw.^r ldW 2133 K st U-W., 8r? m.i_5o< 1M1 P *L. lOrw., ?-L 35 THOMASJ. FlsUKK A OO. 1324 F wmt norUiw?l FOR SALE?HOUSES. Fh! R SA1.E?A VERY MMRARLE NEW BRICK *U>*~.D 4Wl lttrT>,*t- between J* and g n.w.; piic? only y,?.. and upon very reasonable te rm? to tui lL"mL?Yl*u' purchaser. Apply to Lot"IS P. snoE MAkKK. y.'n F n.w. eep4-3t I^OR SALE?CHEAP-20 NKWft-ROoM RRICK 1 Hott'* wtlh *?tor. lewer uid giu<; ? flnr park to front; boijsea renting at $ui.75 Mtrh tn xood nay In* tenants. chi?|?at bouses in Washing on. Price, f l.loG each cash. * - "t41' C. H. PARKER, 4>?aadE ?? s.w. I^orsalk-oreat bargains-a ii room including bath, press brink UiNw on 4*? at. aw., centrally iw-aied. $3,700, a rood busttisas stand, cortheast comer 4V, st and Virginia eve. a.w? (4.30a A too. a good business *tand on 7th ?. nr.. Iti.000. 220 H at. kWr.. $1,160 LEONARD * BUCK LEY. Real Estate Broker*. 407 4^ st. fcw. ae4-3t* I7H3R SALE? " . , To CIok MI Fstate Three desirable brick boui? iu lhe central portion of tbecity, vIk 467 C 9L n. ?. 613 tttb st. n.w. 623 Eat. a.w. For price and terms, apply to ? . THOK J. FISHER * CO.. ??4-2W 1314 F si. nw. R SALE? ' ~ -- N.R. F p>l 515 ll~sL,hh.,16r$13.54K>< 714*716 H b.h.Sr. $5,000 811 O at., b.h., 17T.12.ftS7 606 7th aL. f.h.Kr 3.500 920 14*.. b.h., 13r.12.tW0 514 Otb aL. th.. 7r 2,600 71? 8th at ,b.h.,17r.l 1.283 .3? 15 E Ckp. st..th..7r2.500 721 8th st..b.h.,17r.l 1,283' 910 H at., th.. 6r 2.000 723 8th at.,b.h.,17r.l 1/283 216 Del. ave > h..5r.l.MO0 1013 10at..b.h..l0r.U.OOO, 34 to.Vi Myrtle at..7rl,700 917 H St.. hh., 10r.10.580- 74,76,S4A>i6Mtle.7.1.700 The above ts only * small |x>rtton of property on oiv books. For nill list call at office for bulletin issued on Island 15th. __lee4j THOK. K. WAHtiAMAX FORSALEOR RENT?KIOUT N KW TWOSTi HIT Rrick Houses on South Oapiiol at. between K and L st*. a.e.; will rent for $11 each: prioe $1.JIH) each. A too, one new two-atory Rrick. wttb cellar will rent for 914; price $1,400. Also, one new two-story Rrick, cellar and atorwroom; will rent for $16; price $1,700. Each of these houaea have 27 feet of parkins endowed in IVont. and a larre back yard in rear, run nine back to 12-foot allay. Will pay rood interest aa inveatmenL Apply to A. tv CAYWtiOD. tinier tub and K *ts. A. w.; Orto O. T. THoMlfON. se3-3t? 902 Pennsylvania ave. n.w. FORSALE?THRKKNKW BRICK DWKLI.INt.JS. with all modern improvement*; 7 and s rmimt. re i spectivelv. coovaniently Vx-ated northwest; price, f3.54K), "f.*J HOO und $4,500. respectively, on ?asy terms TYLER A RUI HERPORI). 1226 F st a. w. seS-3t* I.^OH SALK-NO 1514 6TH ST. N. W. 2 STORY brick, 6 rooms, bath, hall aud cellar iroa porch; iron fence, splendid law 11; lot ts 21x100 l<> an si lev Prii*e. $-1,000. Terms to suit. JNt).A.PREKXJTT,1416 F at. n.w. s3-3t }7?OR sTlE=~A r ARtiAIN~ T~H REE-ST< )R Y Rrick Hoineof ft rooms and concreted c*lk>r, on Corcoran sL, t>et. lltth and 14th sts ; neariy new. in excellent order all modern improvements; price. $.Y200: unlertt ?i>d durinc the next 5 dnys win be rented at $40 per moath. Key at 1324 Oorooran st. Apply to owner, 1507 8th st n.w. ae3-3t* I7?? >R SA LK- AT A RA RtJAI N fl.H.V) WI |T|7hI Y Frame House 041 U st. ??. lot ju\l<M to wide alley; yard Ailed with fruit trees. ALRKRT F F< >X, 920 V st. n.w. ae3-3t T^OR SALE-A LARGE DWELLIN* 1 IN A MtlHT _ desirable loi-ality; coniaininK thirteen rooms, a stable for two horsee on rear of lot facin< wide alley. Prio? $13..VX) TbL* is an opportunity to eet a nrat i-Us residence, in perf^rt order, direct h-om tlie owner who now occupies il For particulars apply to JOHN T. A KMS. 810 F St. n.w. ne2-Ot 17HJR SALE ? TWO BKAUTIFUL COTTAiite; five rooms, bay windows and all modern Improve menis; bath, latrobes, dtc. Lo??ted on t^tpitol Hill, near 1 he ffcpttol park. 42 feet front each on concreted street; balr-nquare from Ea?t <^apitol-st. horse cars and berdlcs. Splendid inveMment or a beautifttl bome. We shall otter tbese boiutes for a few days at the very low price of $2,250 each, on easy terms. Lo cation one of the very be^t on Capitol Hill. JOHN SHERMAN A (X).. _ae2-3t 927 K st. I??OR RALE-BRICK HOUSE, SIX ROOMS, water and aewerage. Ac., oa U at. near 23d u. w Apply to WKSOOlTi WILtTJX. 1907 Pennsylvania ave n.w. ae2 *U Ir?OR SALE-ELEXiANT BUsTnHSS PROPERTY ' ON 14TH ST. N.W. 1 store for. 4 8,000 1 Store for 1U.UU0 1 store and Dwelling S.500 I " " 7.NOO 1 Store and Dwelling on 11th street 4,500 I have huuMd iu all parts of the city, ranging in price from SI,OOO to $l(Mi.OOO. Also, a creal bargain (11 a farm or 44 acres, near Renntng's Rri<Ue; if sold st once will take $2,500. Apply to J. W. P. MYERS, 1428 New York ave. au31-l w* JH>R SALE-NEW HDI SKS ON 1:1TH > I . y near IowaCircie.at$3,500.$5.500. $7.1*Ni. $8,250, $9,OOU and $10,000 These house* are entirely new and very desirable. PARKER A TOWNSEND. 1418 F st. n.w. au:tl-?tt I~>JK S VLE-NKW 9-IUX1M BRICK HOUSES ON 1 *>lli st. on easy mouthlv payments; $4^5??0 PAR KER A TOWNSEND. UlSFat. n.w. au31-r2t 1" ^OB SALE-HOI 8ES ' S St., l>?t. 15th and 16th, 10r.?...?_ $5,500 R. I. ave., near 12th St.. 7r.. new 5.250 19tli and R sis., 12r.. new l(HHN) 13th st.. bet 8 and T. 7r., new..._._ Jt.OOti l.r?tli St., 9r.. nearly new 4.5UO 13th St., near Iowa circle, llr 9.500 1C I. ave., near 9th st., 2 houses, 7r...? 3,?MM> each 13th st., 2 new 9r. desirable .5,500 each Iowa Circle, 13r., new 16,<?00 Scott Circle, 13r., stable ?13.500 Cor. Mass. ave. and 15th st., 12r 18.OOO T at., bet. X5th aud 16th sts., 9r 4,500 PARKER A TOWN8END. _au31-6t 1418 F BL u.w. For sale-or lease for a term of yeara, a flraUclnea Dwelling, with or without stable and coach house; centrally located: suitable for a physician or dentist. DANENHoWER A HON, 1226 F st. n.w. ?u2iMit For sale?very nicktwo?tory fhameT bay window, six rooms, gaa and water, Vermont ave., near 8 at. uw. Terms eaay. WALKER A WILSON. 1006 F St. il*. au29-6t IJ'OR SALE-A B~A RU A I N?THREE-STORY Rrick. nine rooms and cellar, modern improve menia, B at. a.?.. near lltta; only $2,UUO; teruw easv. WALKER A WIL80N. 1006 FaL n.w. au29-6t I^OR SA LJC?W K HAVE A NUMBER OK small brick Houses, price $1,000. renting for $10 each. Attention of Investors w particularly called to ibem. WALKER A WIL8UN, I0O6 F ?L n.w.a2?-6 I^ORSALE?HOUSSSl I HAVE BEAUTIFULLY located Housea in the northwest and other uarta of the city for sale at prices ranging from $1,OOO to $100.0001 JNO~ A. PRKS? X )TT, au2S-3m 1416 F at. n.w. FORSALE 931 NEW YORK AVBKUE. Three-story pressed Brick, ten rooms and bath, all modern conveniences. This bouse is thoroughly built, and can be had on easy terms. HUFTY A DYER. Real Estate, Insurance, Loans, au27-10t 13th and F sts. n.w. 17K>R SALE?ONE 10 ROOM HOUSE. lOO^ O st u.w. Two Houses. 476 and 478 O at. n.w., 12 rooms, with ell modern Improvementa. For permit to inspect same inquire at IOOO O st. n.w. au25-2w* BUSINESS CHANCES. AUSTIM p. BROWN. REAL KBTATE AND LOANS, 1426 F street northwest. HOUR MS FOR SALE. Oor. HT?sai liusmra ave. and I6U1 at., 12 rs., mod. imps; $18,000. New three-atory House, low* Circle, mod. imps.; $16,600. Threeetory House, 13 rs., IV at. n.w., bee 17th and 18th ata.. mod. Imps.; $10.000. Large Double Houae, Vermont are, bet. K and L As., mod. Imps.; |35,OUO. New House, our. Rlgga and 13th ata. n.w., mod. Imps.; $12,000. Store and Dwell Inc. cor. 9th and Q ata. n. w., $4,000. Two-story Brick Houae, 619 10th at. n. e? bet. F and Gats., 7 ra. and bath. Terms easy; $2,000. Two 3-atory Houses on Kiggs at n. w., near 13th; mod. imps; $5,500 each. Throe story English basement Hones, 12 ra., mod. imps., 1 at, bet. 18th and 19th, $20,000. Three-story Houae with stable, oa M at., bet. 10th and 11th n. w., mod. impa, $20,000. New Mory house, ou L at., bet. 21st and 210 n.w.; IO rs.; mod. impa.; $7,000, New 3-atory boose, on L st, bet Slat and 22d n.w.; IO rs.: lot 19x86 to alley; $6,000. Large double house on L st., bet. 13th and 14th ata.1 n.w.; 13 rs,; mod. imps.; $35.0OO. Three-story and basement houae, on Pat. n.w., near cor. 18th; mod. lmps^ $11,000. Two bouaes oa B at. n. e^ bet. 6th and 7th; mod. lmna.; $3,300 each. Two nouses on P it. n. bet 6th and 7th; mod. Impa.; $4,200. $4,600. Large house and several thousand feet of ground on lath at, near Scott Circle. $125,000 S-story bouse on Mat. n. w. bet. 9thand 10thsta^nd stable; mod. imps. $11,500. 3-atory hixtaeon Mat. n. w.bet.9thand 10thats.and stable; mod. Impa. $13,500. Large double houae on Maaa. ave. bet 12th and 13th ats; large stable and large side lot. $70,000. Hx 3-atory booses now building oa 13th. near Tat n. w; 8 rs. bath and cellar; 30 net parking. From $&300 to $6,000. Five new pises fcrlck hoes as. with bay windows, on 28th st. n.w., corner P st. from $6,500 to $7,000. Three-story bouse, corner 6th and I ats . $10,000. House 215 D at n.w., between 2d and 3d ata., lot 24x226; three story brick, with stable, $6,000. House 19th at, between P and Q; thirteen rooms; modern Improvements; $13.OOO. Four bousss oa 16th at. between Q and R; modern Improvements; $8,600 to $9^00. vacant property In all secttons Of city and suburbs Several bousss for rent. Ihratobed and nnmrnlahed. Money to loan on real estate security. Large loans a specialty. ssS-lm BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY - $6,000 WORTH of Dry Goods and Notions to excb?*e tor real eatatc will add aomecarti if property la worth more than amount at stock. Addreea L (X Stared oa. aul8-lm* an*us John K. Bball TELEPHONE SoSSiS.?* ? Oldams a Buu. .'ATE, LOANS AMD LNSURAKCE. 1420F STREET N. W. We have tor sale notes tor $$00 and $700. by Irat mortgage on good property at 6 per . 6 years. Alao, lor sue on monthly par man six-room Bricks In northeast eectton KnU $1,800. For bale-New seven-room Brk^on 14th at. b B nndC. at great bargain on esar terms. Far Sale?On Rhode I ale ad avenue, tiileun 14 Choice lots on l$th linfi m Tb lose SMKObst ? BOARDING. FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOl'8 V*?R SALE-FOR CMN. A WK1J, NTiN-kM r l>rag dor*, (taint ? rood hudniw thai can to* doubted by any en?ew?Uc iuw , num tar audita* ill llMlm. AMlW DIIltTA UK. rtlar uffl,v 1[?OR SALE?CH EAP- *M ALt W' AMlN WITH t*. mA?W* for grocery **orr Appi? ai JI2 i:Ub K.AW. 1|* %7?? >K NAljf??HKAPI> I ASP hoi UAVTX1M A a agou* In Ui* fit jr. of nij oa t. nitkr ixl m hrturr |f1o? Repairing promptiv attended to. K HKH k'. i ?mip km: Wagon Bulkier r^ai km. u ?? m ** J^OR WILI? >T?x K a\|i" Kj5 nirw of a wholesale utf retail (?ri?*n as' Ltqu.ir HM>r? la West Washington. P. C. T%ls l* Ri?,l.n.-|? tit# bsa* opening Ui tl?e 1 rut vf I'otnmhu f.ir aay our aWditag u> cnu-i into Ic-istneas. Ill b<-a lii .-*'ia? for selline None need appiv only lh>?f ?? mma? iHidn.ia and having <*ash. Address RVBK hMmr. TVMITT. star ilm. ?> iK)K ftALK -A FIRST-CLAW* BARIIEK mHOT r vrtvt) all ri;u^|iiu< no Reaaon for una proprietor has two plaowi V> attend Addrvw I "># Pennsylvania iva a.w. se4 .'t* V,"?OBHALB?**> -BAV MARk. Ots>|> *uHK hJt, f aingle or doi.bl^u Apply at J4til WthM. a.w. It* XiR SALE T^KAP < ?F <.UO!? WORK AND ItUMnM Honuv mM be aoM. < ail at 474 I '< u? ay Iran la ave.. d(tr mora, IJViB SAI .? A I'lWJU'T 1)K1\1N?., MM.WII and kind home; ctoaap, Apply ;i'iftt> N ?t .? loan. tP4.1i* PUR IALR-A FtKE K N A BE PI A NO Mgl'AM r <? rand ? made to ontw far o*??r* prt?> J2.VV; f 1 ."*? In oaali remaimW In Installments if desired, original price fnoti be eeec at 1717 DeMal?w ?t. n.w. ?4 K* 1>>K^ALK-A <MV)U MOCME AT M < > 111 KATI rat*: o* nar hivtni du tins for aan.e. A<M? rsa HOK-K. P.a Box ftoT * MA-.lt* V?>R SAI.E-HTYI.lMH ?ADDLK HOlHK.WTTlt .T out blemish, suitable lor a lady rood Hit&CJ Horse; cheap to luiim-dial'-inirchaaer. owner leaving town. W ANHTAl.l.'H, 1 t*u> H.. txa< IVnnsy \ ania F a va wS-St* ,>IR SALK-A KINK BI.A4 K TV.AM W I 1.1. ? m. matched; splendid driver* sound. IS haeds live i in<1 til o?ri iiM; rawed by W. A. Brent. 1 ampiler 1 county. Va.. who may be iwii at DOWN KV1* mahi^ i ItMO L at., for three days. itt* 1 1>*R SALE ! JT PRINCE MF.LODEON. Rowwood case aixl in nerfcs-t order. Price. fill I KM F. mm nil. 11U3 Pennsylvania ?*?, VOR 8ALK r DUNHAM SQUARE PIANO. Handsome rosewood caee; perfect order musically, i Pn.-e, ft*&: iw> pay meutu ?Ml K. (i. I rH. 110B IVaiMylraaia m 1P??R SAI.K XII.K DAI It Y OK Ml VKN alUi I wane of f?rm >bro?. mile* fhoni ctlv milk route: honm ami waffroia; crowing crop*. A( A<1draa MILK,?Har oAce. aei.lt* rviR iiALIC OtUMJKKY. LltiCOR AND PRilVI 1 ?on Htora. doloit a tnwiaew j.wxl reaaon fiveo for aelltac. luqulra of C. U. PAKKKU. K<ml >*mU> A(enu 4>? at. aw. ae'i :ti V ^<>R HALIC-HORRR. I*H AFT*>N HI.XIY and ? . bargain; liorwe ids vnam i.M. ?.?und and ro?u?-: outfit nice and new. Apply at 1.114 l:tu> iirort n.w. n?'2 41* .^OR SALE rkktai'Rant. k.16 pa. a \ i r?>aM>o for apiling. othar buttinaait. ae'i-M* ] F jH)R SALK? To-day la the FIRST OF 8F.PTFM BF.R an.l at aa bava our FALL OPTCTTNO on tbe FIRST OF WTORKR, w* offer our *u? k of OPKN CARRIAOfX at barcalb* never before equaled, la order to tuaka room for our Ftlwiock. LOOKIaT THERK PRICBfc 1 Norwich Surry Wa?on. no u?p 41 OA no 1 Canopy Top Sorry Wacon 17ft <*0 1 Canopy Top Surry i very bandaoiite) IM.% ?lO Thene carriacen have been m-iang elaew b?re for from 9 -'??? to f tOO Hmldea tbe above, we bare aeverai olher ?4v|ea of carrtaKot too tauiuerou? lo m>>ut!on whli b w? will aell at ?*iually low pricna The public are cortlially luvRod to call and esaiulna my ntock before purcltaainr. ANDREW J. JOYCR. < arrlacv Factory, Sfl -6t lMliaiid KaUn.V. pOE HALE-A VERY FINE NEW MQt'AKE J Piano, in lianiloonic dark finWhed run wmid <wta, lour round cornent. top nnd i>ottoni mouldlnr*. hack and front alike, carved leg* and lyre. T^a ociax ?-.rrand ?<*ale. and a ninrnilloent tone; t>eeo uaedbut very little: fully ^uarante<d. t>laiidar<l make; owner l?*avliu( <itv, and will aell for oaty 9IH"M-af-li includiiic ei?vaiit etnn. covar and piaati ?U>ol, Immii^ lt? than ball ? um tiao be at tbe PIANU KXt'II ANii K. aal All wh aL__ I^OR SAI.R -A tsPI.ENDID KKNTI t K\ HRFI> Horse; (k.st traveler; gentle in harm-m. Apply 1?UNBARTON HOUSK, 01(3 IVunavlvanta are. aal4tt* "|.^<)R SALK -TWENTYO I<TilT_ iIOfbAND .T tux HulHk. all Hound and good workorx in mitf liar nean; all g iaranteed Thene bonwh are y<atug and Hound. Call at JOHN WHITE'S Mahie. T211 K *. n.w. au31-Sw* ITHJR SAI.E ORAN'lJ SQUARE PIANO, MADIC .T by I'nited llano makers. New > ork. hitnia ?ma ruaewood caae, In good order, price, (ltitl Cuafc I. r. Ul'RNKR. 7?3 4lhm. n.w._ aalll-la* For sale-a"?k*h? hakkry awd o^n fectlonery of 17 yaar* atanding; oChor tnp nf? Uie cause of aeliing. Apply to JNO. W. MILI.KK. .'114 East Okpltol at. aua7-IOt* "|7H>R KALE -CHKAP; HOME SIMlLk AJJD double liarnesa of ail kind* that are ahnp a m a, but perfectly good. BEt KEK'S, 134ft Pennay IvaJ.la ave. au'ift l^OR SALE?^1 DO?VERY KEMUANT 3-HTR1 N<T r ed Upright Oraod llano. Small caali paviueiiU balani-e monthly. (.VMt |4ft<^ uaail only 3 iuouuik. U>* tone ij? un<iirr?anwed for tine Ringing v|aaiity W >uJ4 take Square Piano in |iart iiayiiieut: mm, S anperb Or gaiw, verv k>w. Ti'rms: D-VOO monthly. N. B.?Tliehe gtKMla are nolil to oover adranom, and are worth double. Money art van'-ed on piauua ant furniture. fcXi'HANOK RANK, au22 437 7U? atraM n.w . Boom S. I' M)K 8AUC-THREE OF THOSE TNRIVALJCD 1 Kranich A Bach aadHtioff Uttrikbi oraud Ptauoa w ill be aold at aaacriAoe for caah If U.ugbt anon. Ml O. L. WILD * BRO S Piano Ware Kootna. au2i-2w? 7U? 7th t. a.W. I'^ORSALK- AT (1EYER A ?XJ S. 4SH47II C ' at. n.w., the bent bargain* In llie city. < arrlanaa, Bufgiu* and Wagona of all atvlea, both new and aao au'W SALE-PIANOS AND OROANS-ONE uoright. 913A; one fine McPtiaili bargain; one altghUy tvied Bridgeport Organ. Special offrra in new and aacond hand inairumt-nia. lianox and Organ* to rent. HU?H) WORi 'H AUX, D2ft 7th at. n.w., aole agenu Cor sohnar Ptaaua au2'2-2w* For daxjl-two rare baroau?h.-wr have two very fin*, nearly new aquara pianoa, la handitome roaewood iaxes.very rlclily fiuiatoad: oarrad legn and all the bent improvemetiUi; full, rich toww. for only 92UO. at D'^ft caah and flu per utouth. We have been holding tb?ui at $V7o, l?t the alxjve fig area will boy tbeni if anld at once. Suiail diaoouut for caali. One coot *4ftU and the other D.VXI I cmbrodervd cov? r and piuxh stool included. Don't mii? th?wa If you want a big bargain. Apply at onoe at THE PIANO EXCHANGE. au21 42"i wth aL I^OB 8ALK?AT ONE-THIRD OF REi.I LAB ' Prtcea? Newnj^pera and PenodtealH, Foretgn and lxinieHUc. Arrbltectural. MebafiitaJ, Art a?1 Um- Ia\m rary MagauiK-s Ha<-k numbera at ua?* third of regu lar prices. We keep also all of the Librariea edition*. BRENTANO HKi*-. au 14-lm l>ean?ylvania ave..oor. 11th at Fob sale-bo ?k exchanok, i?7 s-id st. I i hrarten at hall prtoa. ScboOl Books bjuglit, aoM and exchanged. auia-lm* P. C. M KRRY._ For sale - riRST^LASH kjotiai'kamt. ?uick.cnod will, flxlurea and leaae. near the pr1r? cipalboteu an (^theaters. Long ieaae. low rent. ,TZ to THUS. J. MYKRm, Baal Us late Ageut. 12l? i. a nult?-ljn Fob sale?carki aohk, bu?kh i4s. v a rnisii. ed and Kunineas Wagetia on monthly laviaain. Also, two Staces and one Dm Oarv Repairing promptly attended to. J. J. COOX, 8!M*b M at-, Onawa town. adK-lm" For halk-labor awortmkkt of mprjjoo and Hummer i ai i iaaaa uew and aacouk-kand PluMona. .Morreya, EiMMon Topa, McOaall aud l?ay tun a Jump^eata, and U* lateatatylaa out. JOHN M. VOUWU. il? Sthat. jy J.r>^?B COUNTRY REAL K8TATR " For rknt-drkihable farm housk and Out Buildlnga; pleaaantly lorutad. couveniant far person* holding oraoe or other bMSineiw in Wantnn? iou; the cars peas during th>- day. aod atop n|>po?iic at Four Miia Run atatlo<i. Waahington and Aleiandria railroad. Apply on the prenitaes or Ui TH< ?M am W. SWANN, roaldfng a ear; or by letter. Alexandria. Va. *vi-dt* Farms and country residences FOR SALE ftO Acres Dairy Farm on Metropolitan railroad, flea miles from the city. ISO. Elegant estate for gentleman a rraldiwk Every'modern Improvement, both in building aud Lands, on Metropolitan railroad. fiOaea milaa front city. 170 Acres, highly Improved on Teoleytown ru?C three mllaa from the ctty by rood roada. Two Plaoaa on New Out roaA ueaM^j^aerrolr^oy Ma,m akowing exact tonaUoo of aborr properly and tbe County of waahlagtoti. alao every coaaty in lit* acme of Mary laud and portions of Virrtma. JOH-N T MTTCHKLL. au28 lot HOD IVa.l^i rMiaTTra TT^OB BALK?OR LEASE FOR TKKM OF Y1 A new tea-room oottage aa lot 7Sx 1O0, near denoc Clifton Station, Virginia Midland railroad. ivma S-2.UUU or rant $-JOV par anauai. DANENHOWA.R A SON. 1TM F at. aaaS-lm For salb-farm n* fair fax oocirrr" Va.. oontainlng ilW aeraa. two miles from Barke'a Station. V. M. R, aud sixteen miles frutn WaablaMou: all wall fenced; akont one^Malf rtaarsd and wall m * graas; good watar plenty of SmH, apples, i a peaches and ctoniaa Will aell the farm, a itfc hUkS and implements, fbr D3.UUU. au.Iv to P k. EVANS, 7Ui sl and Maryland ara " - ^ Mhlaflnn P cTar Alexandria, Va For sale-a new frame house. 7 rooma cellar, well, barn, Ac. Abont half acre ground. 2 A cellar.well, barn, Ac. About half acre ground, fl minutes from poet ofDoe and depot. For tarm aA dreaa J. F. MOCK, FalM Oburch, Fatrfkx county, V"- aulS la* 9^9 BUILDLNQ LOT*, SO x ISO FEET, goAd Wltkln ?ra mlnutaa walk of Saabrook Sto lion. R and P. R R?twenty minutes' U> city. These _ R?twenty min Lola are covered with a rartkty _ ? trees, and preaent eligible bnUding atom, wards a lot. Title InHMpntrtle for nt_ ply to THOS. HYNkU, Sole Aiferit, 715 over lfto 1 "" flftand up in Kaat Bladen.burg, near K and O R.K. from ?By - Nny l and lovajyVeaMance Tan twelve minutes located upon ATTORNEYS. NLOOOCH, SOLKTTOR OF fATBH^ jrtssr ?wk^i25r'i*a,?