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W A SHIN GT O X: SITIUDtr Drrrmhrr 1H, 1H*6. t'ROKBY S. ^IOV l> Edlt?r. The Evening Star ha* a regular. pfrm?#f? bona fid?* daily circulation more lhan treble that of mbt tth*r daily paper p?bli?hfd in WMkinimn, and rqnal to Ihnt of all the other dally paper* here ndded together. THE STAR caniMt und<*rUikr to preserve or return rtyecled communication*. Contributor* ?cAo u~t*h to po*m ?J tturir wu/tu?Tt/ib, \J un tiSrd, should keep a rop>r. ?Yo attention paid to Anonismous T.ettrr*. No I !???*? P-?rsoni remitting postage stamps in payment of sub scription or ad vertiwu a-are requested to send none of alarsr denomination than TWO CENTS. Those of greater value cannot be used, and will be returned to tbe sender*. ? Controller Durham has b?a the object of con siderable sharp crlth Ism for several of his decisions teaching the expense ac count of certain public officials, and like subjects, but the country Is not likely to regard with marked disfavor his lately expressed view that the hirlnj of eleven carriages at *20 apiece tocouvey the Justices of the Supreme Court from their room to the Executive Mansion, to pay their Sew Year respects to the President, Is an unwarranted and extravagant expenditure of the people's money, just how the nine august petsonages comprising that dignified body can divide themselves up so as to occupy eleven roomy carriage*, will be a sore puzzle to persons not deeply versed In the mysteries of the law anu the Intricacies of physical anatomy: and when that problem Is satisfactorily settled the questions will still remain why the snug sum of twenty dollars should be paid for the use of a vehicle for a couple of hours, at most, and why any body else thar the occupant of a carriage on a sort of junketing ex cursion should pay for Its use, whether the price charged therefor be little or big. so far as the public now know=, there Is no law or executive order requiring th** presence of t'?<> court at the White House on New Year day; and tintil one shall be found to exist it Is not ea-y to understand why the officials composing that tribunal should not do like those In other branches of government service who feel Impelled to make a formal call on the occasion referred to,?l. ??.. go afoot, use the street cars, or settle personally witli t'ie hack man on the best terms tiiev can g^t. The Supreme Court Is a highly dignified and extremely useful "body; but, er,?a?well, on some pclnts con troller Durham isn t a bad sort of a Judge himself. By the death of James D. Warren, the republi cans of New York lose one of the most notable leaders of their party. It is not w holly out of the question that his death was hastened by the defeat of Mr. Blalre In that state In 1884. The two men had not bf D friends since tL breach be tween BlalDe and Conkllng became irreparable. Warren was a stalwart of the strictest type, and wood by Conkllng through everything. When the campaicn of 1N84 opened, the spilt between the two winifs of the republican party In New York was so wlue that it was feared that the stalwart element would sacrifice anything for the sake of j avenging tbems?*t\es upon Blaine. Shrewdly cal culating thatj thejsurest way to disarm one's j enemies !s to put them on their honor, Blaine di- | rec'.ed his friends to commit t he management of i his campaign to the hands of Warren, as chairman j of the state committer. As far as Warren indi ?Iditally was concerned, the move was a wise one. He threw aside prejudice and took up the work as earnestly as if It had been for his best Irlend; but he could not carry many of his fellow stalwarts with him. His acceptance of the trust j and his fidelity to It In the face of all he had said and written and done against Blaine In the past, ! brought down upon him more curses from one side than compensatory thanks from the other. He was a candidate for the s?>at in the Senate now oc cupied by Mr. Evarts, but he waved aside any chances he may have possessed and fixed his thoughts exclusively upon carrying the state for the republican ticket. He never fully recovered from the biow when the figures of the official count showed that his labors had been vain. There seems to be no serious difference, after all, ?between the recoiled ions of Cardinal Manning and Henry George of the j-ubject and character of their Interview in England some mom hs ago. M r. George quotes the Cardinal as saying that ttc-re was nothing in tbe doctrines he advanced that day on the land question which the Catholic church would condemn or a good Catholic could not hold. The Cardinal declares that Mr. George admitted the premises from which the Catholic church deduces Its own principles on the subject of property generally, and then proceeded to set forth some very moderate and rational views. Both the prelate and the political economist,there lore, report that their conversation was amicable, and that their opinions agreed lb the main. But the query still presents itself, whether Mr. George went any length In explaining his theories?in ?ther words, whether the views he expressed to the Cardinal were the same in detail, as well as In substance, as those he has expressed in his'-Pro gress and Poverty." There Is one thing very certain, whatever else may remain In doubt, Cardinal Manning would not have given his personal approval or the Infer ential countenance of his church to the socialistic rhapsodies which some of the speakers In the late mayoralty contest In New York uttered In Mr. George's name. It does not require the learning of a great divine to detect the fallacy of such argu ments, and the danger of urging them upon an undisciplined mob, in politics or anywhere else. Massachusetts ts falling into line as a prohibi tion state, if the result of the recent municipal elections affords any safe Index of popular senti ment. In one year a majority of eighteen cities in favor of licensing the liquor traffic has been changed to a majority of four against it, in a total \ of twenty-two. careful cbservers attribute this reversal not so much to any marked difference of opinion on the subject of liquor-drinking in Itself, as to the growing uneasiness among gr>od citizens at the ascendency uf the dramshop In politics. The republicans, at their latest Jstate convention, committed ihemseives unequivocally In favor of submitting a prohibition constitutional amend ment to popular vote. At first there was much doubt as to the wi.-*k>m of so decided a step: but tbe recent electt ins seem to have Justified it, and it is hardly likely that the majority of the legisla ture will dare refuse to make good the pledges given by its party to the voters. It ts to be nott hat the list of clergymen who attended ttjf opera ballet In Chicago the other evening, as reported inthe new-papers, Included no member of the Evangelical Alliance, the body whose censure it was esp?vitli!y hoped to meet by , ti?e free exhibition. So the original dispute is as far as ever from a settlement. The op**ra people are better off only to the extent that an unac cepted challenge gives the challenger an advant age. They have also sn<*ceeded in drawing from a number o< minister In good standing, whodld at tend, the admission that there was nothing in the performance to shock t h" m ?t proper sen?<e. This Is a point gained, it must be confessed, alter the backset which stage Indecency received In the brief and Inglorious American tour of Violet cam OO OO HDD o o o o ?> n S ^ O O O O I> J? "ssa OROOOOODDca COU OO OO DL>1> J5b I* BRASS. LEATHER. ETC, DIARIES, PRAYERS and HYMNALS, ILLUS TRATED GIFT BOOKS, CHRISTMAS CARDS AT 417-7* CHAPMAN'S, V15 Pa. ai?. Brass Goom AT HAY WARD & hutchinson'S, 424 l*TH STREKT. Easels. Tibiae, Sconce*. Towel Rack*. Screen Frame*. Ciubrsila HoUera. M w Ka> is Coal Hod*. Wood Bolder*. Cool Yaees. Camll?sti< kt, T'*kly Kettles, Trays, Lain; *. Aiaimua. Fenders, gnoTela, Totufs, Kfcuii, Jamb Hook*. Hat Coat Hooks. Gontrs, Banner Standi. Banner Rod*. Mirror*, Triple Mirrors. Match Safes, Receivers. TreneU, Coal Grain, Smokers' Bete, Paper Cutters,Cand*l*i?re and icany other articles fur the holiday* Some unique pieces of Drnhon and Japanese Ware for mantel ornament* and manj tlan*s not found elite where. dlT-tJt Fob The Holidays X1D OLOVES, FBOM 4 BUTTONS, AT COST BREAKFAST and dress caps in stock and ? MADB TO ORDER. HANDSOME FANS AT REDUCED PRICES. MRS. M. J MUST. ?U 180V F ST. 3.W. t ERY IMPORTANT J. O GENTLEMEN. GENTLEMEN. GENTLEMEN. OEXTLEMES. GENTLEMEN. GENTLEMEN. GENTLLMEN. GENTLEMEN. GENTLEMEN. GENTLEMEN. GENTLEMEN. GENTLEMEN. GFNTLEMEN. GENTLEMEN. GENTLEMEN. GENTLEMEN. GENTLEMEN. GENTLEMEN. GENTLEMEN. * GENTLEMEN. GENTLEMEN. GENTLEMEN. GENTLEMEN. GENTLEMEN. THE PPP A L A II ?S8 P P AA L AA II 5 8 j PHP A A L A A II BSS? ( P AAA L AAA It fi 3 1 P A A LLLL A A II bS8S RRR OO T T A L f RROOYY AA L > RRR O O Y Y A A L R R O O Y AAA h . R K OO Y A ? T.T.T.T. ? PF.NNA. AVE., CORNER 12TH ST. GENTLEMEN: It may consume a few minutes of your time should yon read this letter, but it may save hours of time spent unprcfitably. If gentlemen only knew how often they (rive present* that are perfectly useless they would he more apt to take advice from merchants who?e business it is to_ cater to the requirements of ladies and children. You are doubtless thinking of what to >rive for Christmas presents, and are naturally anxious to pret something that will be appreciated, ana lii >t only for the sake of the jriver, b"t also appreciated for its merits. irive ? list of articles below we know tallies will appreciate. We quote Prices considerably below our competitor*. WE DO NO CREDIT BUSI SESSL TBKI DO. Respectfully. THE PALAIS ROYAL. FURS. The following Muffs are satin-lined and the ramc as s*'Ul by first clan* iurriers. You will notice the differ ence in their prices and ours: Russian Hair Muffs, the best 8f)<x, Inferior ones at 4Sc. V aver Muff*. $0.08: Lynx, $4: Silver Hare, $2.68; Raccoon. $"*.68. These furs are fashionable, and muffs bcinir m great demand they necessarily make an ac ceptable present. SILKS. A l?dy may have a handsome wardrobe, but a Silk t>re?? is ever acceptable. Dress lengths of the follow ing s;Iks (which are warranted in every respect; at re-% duced price. A Lyons Black Silk. $12.50. A Bf i k Sitm Rhadames. $13.50 A Colored Gros iirain Silk. $13.75. A Colored Faille Frcneaisc. $19.50. An Eveuine Surah Silk. $S.7"0. A Black Velvet, dress lemrth. $14.50! A Black Wool Sertre. $4.!?0. A Rlack Cashmere, $:t.7.">. FANS. The season for balls and part es, receptions and the theaters is at hand. A fan is indUi<ensable. According1 to the sj/e oi your pocket book so you purchase; hence the variety of prices quoted. 9Sc. hand-painted or plain Satin Fans, with feather tips. $1.08 Satin Fans, in all colors, marabout feather tips. White Satin, all styles 0f sticks; with and without feathers. $2.08 to $4.98. Back Satin or Gauze hand-painted orplain, 98c, to $7.39. Ostrich Featlyr Fins, $2.98 to $39. "Opera" Ostrich feathers. $4 ?iS to $19.98. "Opera" Feather Gauze. $3.?>8. Gauze Fans, hand-painted. $2.68 to $739. Gauze Fans, lice-truiimed. $4.98 to 8 lti.98. HANDKERCHIEFS. We have ten times the stock and variety of any of onr coiii|H-tit?>rs. We will not :.ttempt descriptions. and we jfiiess the price list will be confusing. Handker cli.- fs are 1 lie luost desirable of presents, so We hope to see you at this department. SILK HANDKERCHIEFS. .>00 doz. Pennine Japanese Si. k. plain white orcol OTe.l. hemstitched bor>lers. *J5. 39. 48, 08, 75aljd9Nc. Hand-painted Japanese Silk. $1.10. Larve china Silk, w ith elaborately embroidered silk inniala, 4.Hc_. worth 75c. 7 ~>0 doz. colored Brocaded Silk Handkerchiefs, 120 different designs. :ij? different shades of colors, 48, 08, 98c., $1.25, $1.39 aud $1.49. LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. Very Sheer Linen Fancy Hemstitched; 15c.; usual 2 >. ;quality. Pure Lineu Hemstitched, all styles of borders, 2 for 2oc ; usual 19c. quality. Initial'Hand kerchiefs. extra tine. 25c. Hundreds of styles of fancy Hemstitched Handkerchiefs for 25c., wortn 35c. Sheer Linen, scalloped and embroidered, 39c., usual 50c. quality. IN FANCY BOXES. 6 Initial Handkerchiefs for $1.50; real Duchess Lace Handkerchiefs, $2 48; very sheer Hand-embroidered r reui.li Linen Handkerchiefs. 48c. to $3.98 each. PLUSH GOODS. Plush Toilet Cases. Manicure leases. Work Boxes, Odor Cases, Autojfraph Albums, Mirrors and hundreds oi novelties in I'lush. We'll not attempt description. A-koueofthe floor-walkers to show you through the stock. If you want to invest a25c. piece ora$20 trold piece, wt think we will trive you the beat values in this city. GLOVES. The famous "Palais Royal" Kid Gloves are too well kuown to neec our recommendation. Should you pur chase the wroiur size they may l>e exchanged at any time Every pair of Gloves is *taruj>ed inside "Palais Royal," and every pair is warranted. One pair $1.50 I iiree purs for $4. Six pairs for $7.75. Did you ever know a lady that didn't want glc ves* CHRISTMAS CARDS I>?ss than half the prices you will pay at stationery stores. A fact we will demonstrate to you in two minutes, if you wiM ask for the "Card" Department. LEATHER GOODS. A Satchel seems to be a necessary adjunct to a lady's outfit. We have them in design* that make them orna mental as w ell as Useful. < >per? shape, two pockets, 25c. Improved shape, t>8c. aud 85c. Sup-rior quality at 98c. to ? I 68. W ith Pocketbook attached, $1.H8. With Memorandum attached, 85c. Real Seal, ten styles. $219 to *4 79 Stamped iu colors. $1.68 to $0.39. Real Alligator, children's, 85c ; stamped, 98o. neckwear. The followinsr are the latest novelties in Neckwear and you can't do wjontr in selecting a preseut here; ' ^repe^hina Neck Scarfs, heavily fringed, evening Canton Crepe (all silk) Shoulder and Head Scarfs, in colors,2 yards long and 1 yard wide. $3.68 All-silk Spanish Guipure Lace Scarfs, 2 yards long, 12 incoes wide, 98c. Hand-run Escurial Lace Scarfs and Fichus, Tery beautifully designed, $2.08 to $14.50 each. OUR OWN MANUFACTURE. The following novelties we manufactured on the premises. Not only the daintiest, but the most fash ionable novelties, n e show: ^aUn^uMyons, trimmed with Lace and Ribbon, Plain Satin Pincushions, 39c. and 50c Tinted Plush Pincushions, *1,35 and $1.68. E^mdertted^2J49e^t??Temi ^ Hand ^AntKJue Laws Toilet Sets, trimmed with Ribbon, 98c. *?;m Uead Rest9. l-?ce trimmed, for back of chairs, I "Jf? Aprons, ribbon b)ws, 98c. Siik Scarfs for decorating, hand-i>ointed ill 68 Fancy Silk aud Lace Lamp Shides. $L98 wnh fine U ed$2n08ef C**e>>?f ^^S4tm' ^"^ed rifiSMS^' trimmed w_ilh bunches of fruit and STATIONERY is obviously a necessity. an<l when put In an attractive formmak'S a capital I'resent. Our stock is as com plete as at any stationery store. Not to give an ide^ of flj. ut ,avei ^2 ? the low prices, we ouote; II l.\ 19 'V- Envelopes, in Wy boxes, 8, ;-K-achb'low"' pnted I^per and Envelopes, 59c. .I '.l lomat," the very latest, 7. !c. F.ijrv Leather Caae. with writing utensils, $1.25. /. n.UtL* pai<er,49c: wvi . fo order name on fifty cmrds. with coowr pl?Aie liii'luileU* 8be. Best eug^ravinjf. ORIENTAL GOODS. For the oiler folks 'who don't require or desire such thlmra as fans. Jewelry, etc.., you will find the follow Ui?- the most sei.siKe presents you can make ? Persian Scarfs, for draping, 4>c,; worth 08c. $ "f seachh0t desiKns' our ovvu imi>ortation, 98c. to Ten styles Fenian Table Covers, fring-ed, embroid ered in tiiisei. 75c. to $7 98 u ?'henille ( .^ers, nine styles, $1.68 to ?5 68. boPrde^C$2^: wT^hh^.^e' deep Paniao \ ejonr Covers. The very latest. $1.68 up. s Heh 1 y emoroidered, $7.98 ! bn^Sr^iVvim.? PUB0 ?Scarf8' Pitifully em I Yeloitr sofa Cushions, trulv Oriental. $3 68 Portiers of wool and silk chenille. Many verv lovelv and art'Stic designs. and *s hk 7??'h Madras Curtains, suitable for portiers S1 7T? r?ir <mu til ul colored design a, which are warranted "faat." DOLLS. Y..n can't do wrong in iri vm<r a doll to a little irirl If sh. has one she wants another; and if you tri\e li. r o.Te . t >'i.r imported dolls it will be the favorne Wl??? mujorted i French Dulls, which wTare offering II "J W: APRONS, ETC. I or the servants practical and acceptable presents Indian Lmen A proas, hem andtucks. ]ik< Do Trimmed. 25c. D?uble-width Gintriiain. 25c Embroidered Aprons. 4S?'. to $1.68 N ur?e? Caps in various styles, 17c..'l9c. and 25c. FOR YOURSELF an we have as fine stock of Gent's Furnishings as anr ex elusive vents funim* store in town Prices nesrlv I half what *.me of them dei.iand W? nve? list in the Republican. Look fur tL ^rSe meut of the PPPd A L A II sSS? P P AA L AA II S 8 PPP A A L A A II SSU AAA L AAA II - 3 I A LLLL A All RRR OO Y T A L R RO O Y Y AA L RRR O O YY AA L H R O O Y AAA L K R OO Y A A f i ll (A. LIMNER), 1117-19 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. AND 401, 403, 405 AND 407 1STH 8T. Kf. W. dll8 Open Evenings Until Christmas SEATON PERRY, (Scccissob to Pn? 4 Bionm), PARIS AND VIENNA FANCY GOODS. POCKET BOOKS. BAGS AND CARD CASES IN GREAT VARIETY IMPORTED ' BASKETS AND WORK 8TAND8. TOILET CASES. MANICURE SETS. ALGERIAN FIGURES, ODOR CASES. FASCYTIDIES, TOWELS AND TABLE COVERS. NEW SILK UMBRELLAS FOR LADIE8 AND GENTLEMEN. WITH GOLD, SILVER. EBONY AND BUCKHORN MOUNTINGS, NATURAL STICKS. AND PARAGON FRAMES, BANGING FROM <2.50 TO f 12. IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES', GENTLE MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S PLAIN AND FANCY ALL-LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, AT LOWEST PRICES TREIOL'SSE AND PERIN(TPS KID OLOVK8. NOVELTIES IN SILK AND LISLE HOSIERY. ELEGANT SEAL PLUSH WRAPS AND SACQUES, FROM #;:> TO ?50. A LARGE One OF ALL-WOOL CLOTH JACKETS AND NEWMARKETS. AT #3.50 TO *8. FOR MER PRICES WERE FROM $10 TO ?20. "EXTRA GOOD VALUES" IN ALL-WOOL DRRS8 GOODS. AT 25c., 50c. AND 75c., SUITABLE FOR PRESENTS. NEW CHRISTMAS CALICOES, PERCALES, AND SATEENS. NEW LUNCH CLOTHS WITH DOYLIES TO MATCH. WHITE LINEN DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS. ALL WIDTHS AND LENGTHS, WITH NAPKINS, AI.L SIZES, TO MATCH. NOVELTIES FANCY GAUZES AND ILLUSIONS. COMPLETE STOCK OF LYONS SILKS AND velvets. or PLAIN FIGURES AND CORRECT PRICES. SEATON PERRY, Perbt Bcildisq, Pennsylvania ???., cor. 9th at. Established 1840. d!8 Open Evening Until December 25, 1886. B. G. DAVIS# 719 Market Space. TO ACCOMMODATE onr patrons 8T0RE will be open evening until 25th inst. WE WILL BE GLAD to Siowrrar large and well assorted STOCK of USEFUL and ORNAMENTAL HOLIDAY GOODS. During the week WONDERFUL BARGAINS will be offered. We mention only a few. PLUSH FRAME M1RROR8 AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. NEW DE8IGN8 IN BRONZE PLACQUK8 AT ABOUT ONE-HALF REGULAR PRICES BRONZE GOODS in great variety. If you are in search of a GIFT of any description our STOCK is the one to look. IMMENSE JOB LOT OF EMBROIDERED WHITE HANDKERCHIEFS BE LOW WHAT THEY COST TO IMPORT, WE CLOSED OUT AT OUR OFFER THE ENTIRE LOT, and can offer pric es that will ASTONISH you. BIG LOT OF SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, ONE LOT JUST ADDED. 38c.. FORMERLY 80LD AT 75. FINER ones Jus*, as CHEAP. MUFF8 and FUR TRIMMING. SILK and GLORIA UMBRELLAS, KID and OTHER GLOVES, LACES, RIBBONS, FAN8, kc? ic? BLACK SILKS, VELVETS. PLUSHES, BLACK and BLACK and WHITE DRESS GOODS, TABLE LINENS, TOWELS, NAPKINS, SETS CLOTH and NAPKINS TO MATCH, with many other attractive novelties well worthy the attention of buyers. No expense has been si>ared in procuring our Holiday Goods, all of which you are invited to inspect. E. G. DAVIS dl8-6t 719 Market Space. DDI) OO T. I. rSS, 1> l> O O L L 1) l> O O L L ?SSS R S S* 1> D O O L I, DDD OO LLLL LLLL SS' SusS There isn't a child in Washington who would not be deliKhted with one of those Beautiful Etligies of Humanity, which have be?*u the pet toys of the Juven ile age since Caesar was a lisping infant and sung dit ties to his doll-babies that were made of Italy's porous clay. We have a large stock of the latest, prettiest and most natural dolls in the market. We have them high priced and low-priced. But if you are looking for something your little daughter, sister, niece or cousin will be proud to show every visitor, and you will be pleased to have her say it was a Christmas gift from you, then ask to see our $1.24 DOLL. It is 20 inches tall, has Jointed limbs, movable head, and natural hair. Doll Department?Right Center, first floor. A L BBB U V MM MM RSSa AA L BBUUMMMM 5? A A L P.BB U U M MM M ?S8R AAA L BBUUMMM ? 2 ~ A A T.r.T.T, BBB UU M M M ?SSa - If you want to realize Just how leniently or severely Father Time deals with yourself and your friends in a period of ten years, you must preserve pictures, for you can't remember how they looked or how you looked yourself?ten years sbd. An Album has another value: If well-filled and on the center table IT often fills in a stupid pause, while awaiting a host or thinking of something sensible to say, or trying to entertain a tedious visitor?any of those inevitable embarrassments we all encounter. We have a large stock of Fine Albums for the Holi days, and we think our prices are extremely low. Just look them over, please. Fine Leatherette Albums 48c. " Plush " (large size) 98c. " " " (elegantly trimmed), .il.24 ? *' " (flowered ornaments).il.48 Department?Left Center, first floor. READ OUR "AD." IN THIS MORNING'S REPUB LICAN. THE BBB OO NN N B B O O NN N BBB O O N N N B B O O N NN BB3 OO N NN MM MM A RRR CCO H H EES " MMMM AA RRCOHHR M MM M A A RRR C H H H EE M M M AAA RROOHHK ? M M M A A R R COO H H KEB . dl8 316-318 SEVENTH ST. N. W. Real Values For J?resents. We have ?plen did Styles in Dress Goods, at 15c., worth 25c. 44-inch Serges, at 25 c? worth 37J<C. A great variety of Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Ladies' Muffs, Mufflers, Gloves and Mittens, Breakfast and other Shawls, Neck Ties, Fancy Towels Mid Tidies, Misses', Ladies' and Gent's Gossamers. Also, a large stock of Silk, Alpaca and Gloria Um brellas, plain and fancy handles. Table and Piano Covers, Table Cloths and Napkins to match. All at Popular Prices. Blankets and Cloaks at greatly reduced prices. * JOHNSON k LUTTRELL*1 <US Market Space. For A Christmas Gift To A Lady nothing exceeds a SILENT WHITE SEWING MA CHINE. Acknowledged by experts as the finest ma chine extant for Lgrhtness, Quietness, Speed, Perfect Work and Beauty of Finish. The White is King. Be sure and see it. J. F. McKENNY, Solo Agent, 427 9th st. n.w. J. B. RICHMOND, Manager. Agent for Hall's Forms for Draping Dresses. Price, $3.0u. Also Universal Patterns. d!8t<131 Superb silver TEA SETS, DINNER SETS, PITCHERS, I waiters, BOWLS. BUTTER DISHES, SPOONS, FORK! and all other articles of SILV LR-WARK manufacture* Sinl AThv ? - V dl8-6t akw Baltimore, Md. Dont Wait Till Its Too Late When our assortment is broken snd We are too bus; to wait upon you. CANDY. KUTS, lUITfcS. Fine, freah and cheap. E. M. BURCHARDABRO, d!8-w>tw Pennsylvania avenue, Coreer street. WM. 9ERENS. WAT VV T01?7thst^frrtwy MBScial " ? thsTi low mtes for Open To-night Until 9 P. M. Both qf our utabliahmenta, 921 Pcl ave. and 1013 F *L n.ts.. will ft? ktpt open to-night ami etenino* Of next wmik until 9 o'clock. Electrie light to ttleet by. Immense ttoek to m> Uctfrom. The beet qf attention to alL WOODWARD * LOTBRQF. The F St. Store Calls attention to the following special*: 24-inch Brocaded Plashes, In blue, olive, gold, and crimson, il05 and f2.2o per yard. 50-inch Wool Sa tines, in bine, garnet, olive, and gold, only $2 per yard. 50-inch Silk Curtains, bine, gold, garnet, cop per, and crimson, exquisite goods, only 911 per pair. Elegant Fringed Mikado Curtains, beautifully embroidered in chenille, tinsel, and silk, only $18 per pair. WOODWARD k LOTHROP'B, Branch, 1013 T st n.w. Blankets Reduced Fob Xuta. We lower the price to close out the following lines before Christmas. Somebody onght to be made warm and happy Christmas night. 1 lot fine 12-4 white wool Blanketa, fancy borders, heavy quality, large size. Reduced from #10 to (7.50 per pair. 1 lot extra fine 13-4 white wool Blankets, fancy borders, extra heavy quality, extra large size. Reduced from til to $8.50 per pair. We have also reduced aline of 12-4 white Mar seilles Quilts from $4.50 to $3.50 each. A grand bargain. (Third floor; take elevator.) WOODWARD k LOTHROP. Christmas Sale Of Likens. The unprecedented success of this sale is a substantial attestation of the grand bargains we are distributing. We never offered a better money's worth of reliable linens. To-day we call special attention to the following: White Qerman linen damask Table Cloths, handsome patterns, excellent qualities. 2 yards lomr. 9'3,*2.2o and $2.50. 2)6 yards long. $2.50 and $3.50. 3 yards loner. $3,u0. $5 and $?. 3Jj yards tong, $6.50. 4 yards long, $7.50, $10 ana These were secured at such a favorable price we are enabled to offer them from $1 to $2.50 below their real value. 50 bleached frinired Qerman linen damask "1 yards wide German linen damask Doylies, actually worth $1.75, only $ 1.115 per doz. Linens make useful and very acceptable pres ents. WOODWARD * LOTHROP. Stray Department Bargains. Many regular goods are coming and going that are apt to get overlooked at this time. Our newspaper space must be given to Christmas stuffs. What you want in our line expect to And here at its best. Come early and often. LADIES' MERINO UNDERWEAR. We have Just received another invoice of the Ladies' Heavy Weight Merino Underwear (vests and pants), at 50c. per irarment. The best qual ity we have ever had at this price. Customers who have been waiting can now be supplied. HANDKERCHIEF DEPARTMENT. This department is still spreading. What in the world becomes of all the Handkerchiefs? None have sprung more quickly into favor than the Japanese Silks. We call attention to; 200 doz. 22-inch White Japanese Silk Hem stitched Handkerchiefs, with neat, narrow-col ored borders of chocks and stripes; fine, soft, and a (rood bargain. Only 50 t each. Not much to remember! We sell "all linen" Handkerchiefs at prices usually asked for "cot ton-atul-linen mixed." Particularly strong in "Initials." UMBRELLA DEPARTMENT. A very sensible and acceptable Christmas present. We are now displaying an exceedingly attrac tive stuck. Umbrellas for looks. Umbrellas for ?xv.-ar. The follow ing are the best Umbrellas tor the amount possible to (ret: 2ti-inch Glorias, 41.50 each. 28-inch Glorias, #ti.00 each. flloria Cloth outwears Silk two to one, and looks equally as welL GOSSAMER DEPARTMENT. Gossamers are really indispensable at this season, and would make an appropriate present Silver Gray Gossamers. (1.25, $2 and Black Gossamers, $1.25, $1.50, $2 and $2.50. Extra-fine Black Cashmere Gossamers, thor oughly "rain-proof," very dressy. Only $5 each. FLANNEL DEPARTMENT. We have marked down 25 Half-pieces of Fine All-wool French Flannels from 40 to 37)*c. per yard. The styles Include Plaids and Brocsdes, in rich, warm colorings and effects, especially suit able for House Dresses. Wrappers Sacuues, etc. This is the best Flannel bargain yet offered. (Third floor; take elevator.) dl8 WOODWARD fc LOTHROP. HRISTMAS GOODS. c We take pleasure in announcing that we have re ceived a consignment of Superior Imi?orted FRENCH BRANDIES, WINES. KENTUCKY AND MARYLAND BOURBON AND RYE WHISKIES, of the moat ap proved brand for the Holidays, Receptions, Entertain ments, &c. In offering these (roods, which are put up in L 2 and 3 (rallon packages for family uses, we assure you that they are of the veiy finest quality, and the best assort ment ever offered in this market. They consist in part as follows: IMPORTED FRENCH BRANDY at |3.75, $5, $8.25 and $10.50 per Gallon, as to quality. SHERRY WINES at $2.7o, $3.50 and $5.50 per Gallon, as to quality. PORT WINES at $3.50, $5 and $6.50 per Gallon, as to quality. w hinry at $2.50,$3.75, $5and $6.50 per Gallon, as to quality. JAMAICA RUM (imported) at $3.50 and $4.50 per Gallon, as to quality. APPLE T(?DDY, ready for use?something extra fine?at $3.25 per Gallon, as to quality. The above poods are put up in 1,2 and 3 gallon packages, re&dy for delivery. Before you place your orders we will be glad if you will call and sample the above, as we feel quite sure we can please you and that these (roods will (rive as good satisfaction as any on the market, and at low figures. We guarantee every package to give entire satiafac tion. Orders by mail promptly filled. No charge for packages or delivery. DUNCAN 80N BROS., Commission Merchants and Auctioneers, d!8-5t Corner D and 9th sts. n.w. Cologne! Cologne; Cologne: COME ON! COME ON! COME OH! FLOWERS OF ITALY COLOGNE. An exquisite impregnation of Blossoms of Orange Rosemary, Balm, Violets and Roses. Made only by NAIRN k OGRAM, Phabmacirts, 15th St and N. Y. Ave. N. W. Also an assortment of Fine Cut Glassware, Flush Cases. Toilet and Shaving Cases in great variety. Also a lot of 25c. Pungenta. dl8-li D RE8S OUITS. Our Dress Suits to order are correct in style, perfect in fit excellent in material and low in price. Our Prince Albert and Cutaway Suits of Diagonal and Cork screws cannot be matched in the town. HARBAN ft BENNETT. ocl2-3m 1419 New York avenue. D LOWERS FOR THE HOLIDAYS. ? Roses, Orchids, and other choice cut flowers. Foliage and Blooming Plants. Norway Spruce for Christmas Trees. Imported Immortelles for Cemeteries, eta JOHN SAUL, 621 7th st. n. w? d!6-7t* Opp. Patent otfice. For New Year's Receptions. FAILLE FRANCAIS, MOIRE FRANCAIS, SATIN RHADAME8, SATIN MERVEILLEUX, SURAHS and GAUZES, in all the new Evening Shades. EMBROIDERED and PEARL MUkL flouncing, ILLUSIONS, NETT& LACES, in Latest Paris Novelties. We are showing elegant EVENING GOODS at mod erate prices. PLAIN and EMBROIDERED CREPES, in dstioate shades. The most extraordinary bargain in large WwkTE DINNER NAPKINS, at $6, worth $10. barnesley DOUBLE DAMASKS, at $1.50, worth $2. What seta a table off to better advantage than fine Linen Damaekf What makes a more useful present than a dozen elegant Napkins? Large stock of Ladles' and Gentlemen's BILK UM BRELLAS, with fancy handlea. SILK HOSE, in all colors, from $2 to $9 per pair. handkerchiefs and MUFFLERS is great variety. Having reduced the prices of our DRESS GOODS before the Holidays, acceptable presents can be selected in choice Goods at great reductions. 48-ln. CASHMERES reduced to 87Jfe. They ???. not be matched in the city. PATTERN DRESSES have been reduced 25 per sent We have a large stock and are determined to aeU. MOIRE SASH RIBBONS, at $3, worth $3. SILKS in every shade. Great Bargains in BLACK AND COLORED ?*t.sr VELVETS. BONNETS perfection BLACK ?ttw, the tag* in the world. ONE PRICE W. M. SHIISTKH k SONS, 919 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. HA?TBS BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. 418 .ffiabouNT gyio W ANTED?HELP. _ _ _ . ENERGETIC AGENTS: NOSE . . but beet workers need apply; $20 to $40 per week can be made. Apply,after 5:30 p. m., 408 1st at. B.W. It TKTANTED-A GOOD GIRL IN A SMALL FAMILY. 11 Apply 306 2d at. n. e. If W? ANTED?40 CARPENTER8. AT THE E ST. Rink, between 6th and 7th. at 7 o'clock Monday morning', and bring too la. Apply to WE A. T. PHIL LIPS. lt? WANTED?COMPETENT NURSE FOR INFANT; settled woman preferred. Apply at 1727 De Sal6e at. If WANTED ? A BOY OF 16, WHO HAS SOME knowledge of bookkeeping. Address BOOK. KEEPING. Star office. It WANTED - AT ONCE - AN EXPERIENCED Salesman during the holiday week; liberal salary paid. Apply 629 Pennsylvania ave. It* WANTED?A GIRL TO DO~GENERAL HOIT8E work; good wages. CHAS. KAKMCH, 1400 Pa. ave. n.w. ' If T1TANTED-AN EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER; " must write a neat hand and be accurate a; figure*. Address, giving references, Box 164, Star offic?, All communications confidential. d 18-3f WANTED?A GOOD COOK, WELL RECOM ntended, at 2025 Massachusetts ave. dl8-2t* WANTED?AN EXPERIENCED WOMAN, WHO can bring good references, for general housework; must go home night*. Apply 2418 14th st., between 10 and 12. ? d!8-2f WANTED - A WOMAN WHO READS AND writes wall, to read to and write for a lady; the best referenoee required. Address Box 8, Star office. dl8-6ti________________^^^^^ \KTANTED?AT ONCE-MEN AND WOMEN AS v? cooks and house workers, dressmakers, nurses, maids, waiters, shuckera, coachmen, butlers; all na tionalities, city and country. F. M. BT'RNHAM, d!8-lw* 630 and 632 Fn. w. \*TANTED?THE AID OF A RESPECTABLE 11 woman, goinir to Ohio via Pennsylvania railroad. Tuesday, Wedneedsy or Thursday next, for an elderly lady, unwilling to travel alone; references required. Address Box 140,8tar office. dlS-2t* \KTANTED?IMMEDIATELY?GOOD SKIRT AND 11 Basque Hands, at 706 11th st. n.w. dl8-2f WANTED-A NEAT WHITE GIRL (GERMAN preferred) to do light housework in small family; no wa?hing or ironing; fair wages. MR8. GRAHAM, Park st. ML Pleasant* dl7-3t WANTED~AT ONCE ? A GOOD COMPETENT colored Cook, who can be well recommended Ad dress B. J. F., Star office. dl7-2f w WANTED ? BY A GENTLEMAN. TO GO TO North Carolina, a thoroughly good colored Cook, who can also bake and understands dairy work. The situation is away from any larfte town, and a person who likes and is fond of the country preferred; must be very well recommended. Address Box 63, Star of fice. d!7-2t* TIT ANTED?A FIR8T-CLA8S COOK; NO OTHER 11 need apply; 216 9th st. n.w. dl7-2f ?VIT ANTED-WOMEN COOKS, ?10 TO t30: CHAM " bermaids. Nurses, Kitchen maids. Laundresses, Scrubbers, Coachmen, Waiters, German Florist and Canvassers. Nat. Labor Bureau. 5l7 7th st. n.w,dl~-6t WANTED?"LIFE OF GEN HANCOCK," JU8T out! "Science of Life," "Blue and Gray," "Pio neer Heroes." Sam Jones' Sermons, etc., "Grant.">0 Kr cent off; agents wanted. R. A. DINSMORK. 49 ciflc Budding. dl7-3t* \KTANTED?A WAITER AND HOUSE SERV ANT; 11 references required. Apply at 1324 18th st. n.w. _dl6-3t* _ WANT ED-TWO GOOD MACHINISTS FOR AI.L kinds of work; must work ten hour*. H L. OWEN, 1406 New York ave. dl6-3t \YANTED^AN INDUSTRIOUS YOFNG MAN. OF 11 temperate habits, experienced in the prosecution of pensions and other claims. Address MUTUAL, Star office. dl6-3f WANTED?AGENT8 WANTED TO REPRESENT the National Mutual Life Association. Persons who can command business will be liberally paid. FRANK J. TIBBETS, General Manager, 1420 Est. dl6-6t WAN TED-LADIES TO LEARN CUTTING AND Fitting, at the Eureka Cutting School. Patterns cut to measure. May Building 7th and E sts. n.w. d7-2w* ANTED?EXPERIENCED 8ALE8LADIES AT R. GOLDSCH MID'S, 812 7th st. n.w. dl 7-2t WANTED-WE WANT YOU!-A LI YE EN ERUETIC Man or Woman needing profitable employment to represent us in every county; salary $7o per month and expenses, or a large <-ommission on sales if pre ferred. Goods staple; every one buys. Outfit and par ticulars free. STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass. se8-wAs,6m WANTED^LADIES AND YOUNG~ GIRLS TO work for us at their own homes; no canvassing: distance uo objection: good wares. Address AID SUP PLY COMPANY, 43 Eliot St., Boston. Mass. dl 1-eolw? WANTED - DUNDORE'S EMPLOYMENT Bu reau, conducted by Ladies. Men and Women,' white and colored, for all kinds of domestic labor, with references. 717 Mat. n.w. n9-6w* WANTED - MEN AND WOMEN TO CALL AT once. White and colored women cooks, $10 to #20. Chambermaids, nurses, scrubs and men cooks. COOMBS A BURGESS, Employment Bureau, 926 F st. n.w. dl3-6t* \XTANTED?CANVASSERS FOR LIFE INSUR^ 11 ance; salary and commission. Apply to 220 4Ji st. n.w. oc29-3m WANTED-HOUSES. \*T ANTED?FOR A CUSTOMER. A 5 OR 6 ROOM 11 house.from $1,000 to $2,000. Also an unimproved business corner near Government Printing office north west. LAWRENCE A NASH, Real Estate Agents, 1010 F st. n.w. If WANTED-TO PURCHASE A 6 TO 8 ROOM BRICK house, with modern improvements; located n. w. Will deal with owners only; no agents need answer. Address stating price, exact location, etc.. Room 10, 323 4H st. n._w. If WANTED?UNFINISHED HOUSE FOR A TERM of years; must be located between Pa. ave. and K St. and 14th and 16th sts. Particulars may be sent to B. J., Star office. dl8-2f WANTED-TO BUY FOR CASH-THREE NICE House* of six or seven rooms; must be in good locality and cheap. Address, stating full particulars, W. L J., Star office. dl7-3t# w, rANTED?WILL PAY $1,500 TO $1,700 CASH . . for small brick house; no objection to alley prop erty: a good investment required. M., Room 33, Pacific building. dl7-2f prJ-c'Som $1,000 ^/^LLAMER, 629 F st. n.w. dl7-3t* WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS w "\KTANTED?$800 AND $1,000, RESPECTIVELY, 11 at 6 per cent interest, on centrally located im proved property, insured and worth near three times the amount of the loan. Address MONEY. Star office. dl8-2f \JtTANTED?TO BUY A PUG PUPPY. ADDRESS, T1 stating price and where it can be seen, DOG, Star office. ANTED?CLOTHES-WRINGERS FOR REPAIR or new rolls put in. Send them to 1214 Pennsyl vania ave. or send postal card to us to calL Address "VAN." If WANTED?WRINKLE8. AURORA will do away with Wrinkles and make the akin appear natural. Perfectly harmless. No ?tamps. 30 cents per bottle. ISAAC OULD, 18-eo2W P. O. Box 2607, Boston. Mass. ANTED?5,000 LOADS OF OY8TER SHELLS, dumped on 10th st. wharf. Apply at BISCOE'S Store, lOtbet wharf. d!8-3t ANTED-TO PRINT CARDS AND CIRCULARS . . for cost of paper by a responsible party; small space reserved for advertisement of printer. Address PROFITABLE, Star office. dl7-3t" WANTED-TO BUY A SMALL IRON SAFE WITH combination lock. Address, stating price and when can be seen, Box 109, Star office. dl6-2t ?WANTED-RATS-RATS ? RATS - SLAUGHTER 11 houses, livery stables and private houses cleaned of rats by well-trained ferrets and dogs. Address WM H. SAHLING, or JOHN HORIGAN, 615 4th st. n. w. d!4-of WANTED-EVERY ONE WISHING CEMETERY work attended to by skilled and careful workmen, or to see our beautiful new designs of Monuments, Head Stones, Coping, Vault and Altar Work in Italian marble or granite, call on J. F. MANNING A CO., 1320 Pennsylvania ave. n.w. New and original designs furnished free on applica tion. d!4-lm WANTED?LAWYERS AND OTHERS TO CALL to get our low figures on brief work. TAYLOR A BART. Printers, 0c30-3m 605 7th st. n.w. MRS. ANNIE C. FAUNCE, TYPE [copyist; office and residence, 225 In diana ave. Beat of reference*. n26-lm? WANTED - UPHOLSTERY OF FINE PARLOR sad other furniture; hair mattresses renovated and re-made. Samples of all grades of goods for cover ing on hand. Moth exterminated. Cabinet repairing. C. C. HALL, Practical Upholsterer, 1906 14th st. n. w. n24-lm* 11 writer ana c dianaave. Bent < xjtr ANTED?UOR8E8 TO WINTER, AT THE FIN f T eat stable* in Fairfax county; near city; termi very low. Inquire at H. G. ROCKWELL'S Stables 1409 9th at. n. w. n24-lm* ?* ANTED-OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT for cash, by WM. FREIDERICH, the Man turing Jeweler, 605 7th st* opposite Patent office. d2Q* lm ATUANTED-R. WASHINGTON'S MAGIC CREAM yi or Instantaneous Cure?Any breaking out on face or IWdy cured. Moth pimple*, wrinkles, black heads, r tWd/cQf ulg?r5pdn< cmovea, . jese, eczema and all facial disfigurements removed, And a clear complexion insured to all who use it: perfectly harmless. Testimonials onapplication. To be had at W. 8. Thonipeon's. 15th ft.; Drew's old stand: Major's,7th and H sts.; Davis', 7th and E sts.; J. 8. Tyree, cor. 7th and I sts. n.w.; W. C. Milburn, southeast cor. 14th St and R. I. are.; W. E. Shaffer cor. 6thand Ests. n. *.;LD. Walter, cor. 6th and G sta. n.w.; Robert N. Harper. 609 Pa. ave. n.w.: J. A. Milburn, Pa. ave.; T. P..Cole, 824 12th at n.w. -F. PitaerkCo-501 E. Capitol st; a 8. Price,426^th st s.w.; Hickman A Sexton. 2d and Pa. ave. a. e.; G. G. C. Slmnu, 14th and New York ave.; 50c. and $1 per box? sent to any sOdrees. oc30-3m XATAlfTED?HORSES TO WINTER AT $8 PER Tr month; hocsee groomed dailj; references given; can be seen s ~ or address I county, Md. nl8-lm* TWANTED-EXPERT TYPEWRITING, ALL TIMES Vj places. Copying department Caligraph office. WorKOaUed for and delivers! Telephone 112-2. W. H. POBTEIC933FSt. oc39-3m* rED?SECOND-HAND FURJflTUB*. CAR l Stoves, FeatherBeda, and all kinds of House *S&'8:5 WANTED?SITUATIONS. TTTAKTID-BY a colored boy fro* tot " south. 14 r?*ri old.a Situation in privat* fatoily or private board in* house, to work before and after school hours for his beard and lodrfmr. Good refsr ence._ Addrew PRIVATE. Star o?c** If w ANTED?BY A DRESSM AKER?WORK TOiTAKF " 1 home; will do It cheap Address C.C^Star office. 1* ANTED?BY PARISI AN* PERSON A SITUATION . * * infamily, cancut and fit or take car* of children. best reference. 507 13th st. n.w. It* \\TANTED-A SITUATION BY MAN AND WIFE; V * mai< flrst-cla*? cook. wife as aasistant; beat of rel ?rei oes given. Address J T? Star office, for tbreedays. dl8-2t* WANTED -SENATORS. MEMBERS OB OTHER '" business men cau secure the services of a lady rmniai dl8-3t* , ? VHOmMw havu v-wm evA. uic iiir scrncw _. copyist or amanuensis to work during day or evening Address AMANUENSIS. Star office. AYr AM TED - BY A LADY. EXPERIENCED IN TV teaching English and music. a position to instruct children; compensation, a pleasant, comfortable home; reference exchanged. Address APPLICANT. Star office. dl8-2t* "\\TANTED?BY A LADY OF EXPERIENCE, A v" Situation as Governess in a family; beat reference jnven. Address C. D.. 8tar office. dl8-2t* office. , dl8-?t* WANTED?SITUATIONS FOR MEN AND WOMEN " as cooks, chambermaids, sales ladies, clerks, wait ers, dairymen, butlers, coachmen for private familiea. hotels, restaurants, stores ami offices. dl8-lw* F. M. BURMHAM. 630 and 632 F n. w. \1TANTED ? CUSTOM SHIRT CUTTER; NEW M York experience- best relerencas, oflers tree trial to firm meaning business. Address FINE Fll TINO, SUr office. dlft-2t* WANTED-A SITUATION: FRENCHMAN; AGE thirty-five; first-clsas butler or waiter in first class private family; beat reference. Address BUT LER, 507 11th at. n.w. dl7-2f WANTED-ANYONE IN NEED OF A SOBER and honest young man, who ia willin* to work and with first-class references, please addreaa D. E. F , Star office. dl7^3t* \I7ANTED-KNOWN?ONLY RELIABLE AND * t competent Servant* are engaged for any and all capacities, in House and Store Work. Headquarters for Coachmen and Waiters. Nat. Labor Bureau, 517 7th at. n.w. dl7-6t "WANTED?A YOUNG MAN, 19 YEABS OF " are, fairly educated, of excellent habita, desires a Situation in a (rood KTocery store, or some other busi ness place. Reference furnished if required. Address A. L., Star office. dl6-3t* WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS WHITE COOK, in a private family, to cook or to nurse; can do chamberwork; best of references furnished, city or country. Call at 1719 13th st. n.w. dl6-3t* WANTED?KNOWN THAT ONLY RELIABLE and competent servants in all capacities?white and colored?with city references. COOMBS A BUB QESS, Emp. Bureau. 926 F st. n.w. dl3-6t* WANTED?ROOMST WANTED-TWO unfurnished ROOMS, SfiC ond floor, for light housekeeping, between 9th snd 16th, F ana O st*. n.w. Reut must be reasonable. References exchanged. Address G. D. E., Star office. It* WANTED^ TWO OUT THREE UNFURNISHED rooms suitable for light housekeepiutr: rent not to exceed $10; references exchanged. Address L B., Star office. It* WANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, IN TV northwest part of city, Room and Board; must have a stove in room. Address B. A., Star offlcs. It* ANTED-A GENTLEMAN, FOREIGNER~DE sires two Rooms, first or second floor, between 13th and 15th and F and Msts.,withor without board; references exchanged. Address N. N. N? Star office. 1* FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE-CHEAP-ONE REMINGTON TYPE Writer, perfect; one Dana A Bickford Knittinir Ma chine, new, and one elegant new Invalid's Wheel Chair, at office of W. X. STEVEN'S, Patent Attorney, 705 G st. n.w. It* IJOR SALE-COMPLETE, NEARLY" NEW PRINT ing materials for publishing au elegant five-column newspaper. Price, $250 cash. Address C. X.. Star office. It* )R~8 ALE-F AMILY LEA VINO TOWN, WILL sell their elegant Mantel ^Ornaments, consisting of two bronzes, Freuch clock, vases. also, ladies'ebony writing desk, rolling top. Address EDWARDS, Star office. It* - I^OR SALE-BAY HORSE; CAN BE SEE~N AT stable in rear 1135 New Jersey ave. n.w., from 8 to 9 a.m., 4 to 6 p.m. It* FOR SALE-CALIORAPH WRITER, NEW; WILL sell cheap if sold before the holidays. Can be seen at KOPPEL'S, Artist Tailor, 605 13th st. n.w. It* FOR SALE?a NICE XMAS GIFT WOULD- BE Lieut. 's piano or Mrs. 's organ, left for sale with DAVID 8. L. JOHNSON, organist and choir mas ter, 719 19th st. d!8-3t* FOR SALE?IN THE WALL?300.000 OLD BRICK; to be taken away inside of sixty daya. WM. B. Mo LEAN, 13th and B sts. dl8-6t FOR 3ALE?SALTZSTEIN'8, 918 F 8T? SELLING out entire stock of watches, clocks and jewelry at and below cost, will continue the business with a large stock of optical goods. Call immediately and secure great bargains for holiday presents. dl5-6t* FOR SALE-THIRTY HF.AD OF HORSES^JUST ARRIVED FROM GEORGETOWN, KY. 10 Coupe Hones-. one pair of matched Chestnut Sor rel Horses, 15 hands 3 inches high; one pair of Black Horses, 15 hands 3 inches high, very stylish ; alio two of the finest Saddle and Harness Horses that have ever come to this market; one Black Horse (Prince), 16 hands 1 inch high?can trot a mile in 2:50?any lady can drive him; one Bay Mare (Dot), 15)4 hands nigh can trot a mile in 2:40?any lady can drive her: one Bay Horse (Billy), 15 hands 1 inch high?can trot a mile in '.i minutes. We call your special attention to Bay Horse (Frank), 16 hands high; can pace a mile in 2:30. any lady or gentleman can drive him. No Kentucky prices asked for them. To be seen at JOHN SIMMONS' SUbla.No. 31112th st. n.w., Washington, D. C. dl6-l w For sale?or lease-the proprietor of Spring Wood Nursery. Flower and Market Garden offers a bargain to any one disposed to embark in this business. It is situated near Lynchburg, Va., and en joys au established trade of thirty years, and ia com plete in all of its departments. Satisfactory reasons for selling. Address JNO. HALLIDAY. dl7-6t* Lynchburg, va. For sale-billiard table-a fine carom table, 4>4x9; in fine order. Address 132 Maryland ave. s.w. dl ? -2t* FOR SALE-ONE PAIR FINE COACH HORSES. 7 and 8 years old, perfectly matched and fine driv ers ; blood bays, and sound and all right. Can be seen at JNO. H. GHEEN'S, 627 and 629 G st. n.w. dl7-l0t TOR SALE-WORKS OF ART. MR. G. IZZI IN vites Ladies and Gentlemen to call, 1112 Connecti ave., to see quite a variety of Oil Paintings for cut sale. FOR SALE-A FINE FAMLY CARRIAGE HORSE; LARGE, DARK BAY. HANDSOME; KIND DIS POSITION ; SOUND, and safe for a lady to drive. R. A. PHILLIPS. dl7-lm T 1428 New York ave. For sale-largest stock of Christmas Wheels, including second-hand boys' Bicycles and Misse* Tricycles from $5 up. Sole agents for Ideal and Star Bicycles, 1406 N. Y. ave. d!6 For sale-a rarity-a perfectly white Mocking Bird; splendid singer. To be seen at 316 C st. s.e. dll-s,tu,s3t* For sale-gold spectacles, gold eye glasses, finest French opera glasses, Ac., Ac. Prices lower than ever at Washington Optical Company, 807 14th at., bet. H. and I, n. w. dl6-3t* F~ OR 8ALE-^HARTZ MOUNTAIN, ST. ANDREAS burg, Trained Singing, Norwich and Red Canairies; Imported and Domestic Birds of all kinds, Bird Seed, Food and Cages. FRED. ZELLER, 231 Pa. ave. n.w. d!4-3m* [?OR SALE-A hand80me CHRISTMAS HOUSE ^ For Sale cheap, at 716 10th st. n.e. dl4-lw* *OlT8ALE-SIXTEEN~S ELECT HORSES. AMONG them three fine coach teams, two coupe or pole teams and six horses suitable for coupe, buggy and saddle use; all gusranteed sound and kind. WM. F. DOWNEY, 1620 L st. n.w. d!4-2w* For sale ? the following second-hand Carriages, all thoroughly done up and in perfect running order: One leather-top Landau; one glass top Landau; one Coupelette, as good as new; one Coupe Rockaway, own make, pole and shafts; also, two Coupe Rockaways, not done up. very cheap. ANDREW* JOYCE, dl3-lw 412 to 416 14th st. n.w. Ft FOR SALE - A FINE STOCK OF CARRIAGES, suitable for winter use, comprising Landaus. Lan daulettes, Broughams, Coupes and Coupe Rockaways. ANDREWJ. JOYCE, dl3-lm 412 to 416 14th st. n.w. FOR SALE?SPECIAL HOLIDAY BARGAINS IN fine Pianos from $175 upward, including one mag nificent Kranich A Bach, good as new, for $200, at G. L. WILD ABROS., 709 7th st. n.w. dll-lm* J7OR SALE OR EXCHANGE-A RARE CHANCE 7 Being otherwise occupied I offer the "Potomac rick Works" for sale or exchange; situated three quarters of a mile from Long bridge, in Alexandria county. Vs.; capacity, from four to five millions of brick per season; sufficiency of clay for ten or fifteen years; machinery all in good condition. For further particulars apply at office, 605 14th st. n.w. d9-lm "J70R SALE?CARRIAGES, CARRIAGES, for fall .T and winter use; Coupes, Broughams, Coupelettes, six Passenger Rockawaya, Ac.; but little used/by such well known makers as Brewster k Co. Flandrsn, De marcs t, Rodgers, Ac., at 466 Penn. ave. F. WM. MUHLHOFER. d4-lm FOR SALE-BROUGHAM. BY BREWSTER, OF Broome St., N. Y., Pole and Shafts; in fi ret-class or der. Coupe Bockaway, Pole and Shafts; in good order. Apply at PAINE'S Coach Shops, 2508 Pa. ave. d2-2nt FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE?two beautiful Upright Pianos, one Parlor Grand, and one Cabinet Urand?both magnificent instruments; the beat made. Will sell at great bargain on smsll monthly payments or caah, or will take other Pianos in txadsatgood value; balance to suit. Apply at once at piano kxcbisqe WAREROOMB. 422 9th st TX)R SALE-LARGE STOCK OF FALL AND WIN X ter carriages, coupes, coupelettes, broughama, Ian n27-3m 479 and 481 C St. n.W. OR 8ALE?SINGING BIRDS, BIRD #OOD AND Cages, Gold Fiah, Aquariums and Rjh Food. Largest assortment in the city, at SCHMIDTS Bird store, 12th st.. two doors south Pa. a vs. n27-lm* UDTU ovmuvi for rent. HU POR SALE?BIRDS?A FINE LOT Of IMP ed Canary Birds, the best singers, for sale c Also, Bird Food and Cages, at theUrastors, 113 st n w. ST. HARTBRECHT. oc31-i ALB - BARGAINS IN SQUARE AND UP : Pianos of the best makss; mew and second - inoedprioes for one month.. Easy terms. .Pay ments, (Iff per month fo? new piano. The only sx 0b^B THE^UNO^XOHAVGRWAH^O^i^ P5R SALE-A THOROUGHBRED YOUNO, 8TYL ish and fast team of Sorrel Horsea, with or wtfliont POR B ALE?F EST I fAFRfOt w.a." FOR BEST?ROOMS. WITH FOLDING P>* "WT^^NlfWYGRK AVE N W 7k FUK niabed room, second floor, private family. excel lent Mtd convenient. ? *' jt7 f URNISHED FRONT ROOM 8 A. t?> l.t or Jd floor, with open grate fire. euitabl. ?* !*???? N ? corner 3d iw w?. n. w. jt* |5?ORRKNT-A NICE NEWLYFURXI*HED FRONT ?*- **?*?; ???? south and west; very reasonable par lor Mid bedroom, 1133 13th ?t. n. w. V kd booms Sui^ave^' Md b*th: Urtn# ??*-???. ,5? P25 I ST. N W? TWO LARGE OOM E nmnioatiug Parlor* Also. four Rooms. nnfur nkfaed? heat and na, term* luoderato. if For rent-three first n>?R o>mmuni cattiur Parlor*; also. three on third floor, well fur tushed, including 1'liao. will unfurui*h then, if de aired; also, rent them separately Ai?ply at on.? with reference; at509 4Oi ?U nw., oppwdte Judiciary Park iod iww Ptniiou tmiMinn. * dl8-:tt* are. and Capitol ; suitable for MJ3. or other* dl 1 ?w FOR RENT- TWO NEWLY FURXI8H ED ROOMR, with diuiUK-room Mtd kitchen. herdic Mid street care mm the door; terms moderate. Apply at lh 8th dl8-3t* ?X>R RE XT?AN ELEGANTLY FURNISH EDPAH jR jor suite. containing three rooms and P. B . heated by furnace and open grates? location unsurpassed. op posite Franklin Square, at ?20 14th it n.w', bet. I and K ?**___ dlS-ttt 5B REXT-A NICELY furnished SBQOND stOTfront Room, heat,gas, bath, pnvate family 0?* at. n. w. dl8-.1t* EO? A LARGE FURNISHED FRONT ?yivania are. n.w. dl8-3t* ,NhT~r 'V*9 ? 8t n w nicely fub third-atory Room. married couple or ftinjrle gentleman. first-class table board next dosr. dl7-3t* PO* J-A SUIT OF NICELY furnished X rooms on the second floor, with open lire. 60ti 13th st. n. w. dl7-liu FOR RENT-FTRNI8HED ROOMS, SINGLY OR in suite. tastefully fnrnishid. In the elennt and commodious mansion. 307 C st u.w.. one square from ^2m*X0,n,2rU' 1?*" ; terma very moderate; table board and (rood attendam-e d 1 7-3t* For rent-two nicely fursi*heiTfroxt rooms, ons with alcove, at J08 F st. u.w. dlT-3t* F2,?JK5T-S1,?LY OR TOGKTHKR-TW(?o< )M tetiK:.1:? te. ?sns,'!? sasffifafe fiasss or - F?M*r-H?*Z 14TH ST. N. W, XEWLV AMi well-furnished Rooms. Hiuirle or eu suite *'<! fl<> -r or without board - suitable for M C ^rate if del sired; references exchanirt-d. ' <ll?-:u* For rent?near thoma8?circle, haxp JtSSe^-tStM^ furnished. two on^mdfW F^Si,vfry desirable ROOMS, ?M3&^h^ttaP2^V1?Sjljr- 'l1;'* dl f rit* Herdics within one square. iPn^?i?5EJfT~?0R 1, ST., rnRFE NEWI.Y Fl'TT Fsy^iif^a:s^jgra g.w^ssS tnSfuT isa^jijiii K *yniw: dl6-3t* Ftill iREN 11TH STKEF.T NORTH\V*E8T, two lane front rooms with bow wlndow_nicftlv tur comfort^iIrtwijiV11 i r*?* ll..ard.nd.u1iome comforts, private family; terms rery moderate ? dlfl.tf nESTrsriT,E8 ?,F rooms ON SECOND 1414 and^i4irtT*.t .?2ntU:fiVrni*h^w'th bo,rd- at Sired. JJrs ORANT. _*'* miU,d "'"di^ o^ FOR Rt-NT - thrkf. unfurnished rooms, second floor; heat and Kas. 1 n E at n.w. dl6-2t? I^R RENT.-ino^ F ST. N. W.?ROOMS. KSHVnt i m 1lrnislled or unfurnished, second aud mirdfloors; beat and fas if d^ired. dl.V4t FO?SENJ-UNFTRNI8HED TOT?KCONNfXT Rooma, second or third floor, larve iluwU heat and liifht; south front; caterer next iquiw ltls 8 svn.w. dl 4-1 w* RENT?SPACIOT'S PaRIX)RS. WITH OFFICE ^ou^inbsaement.orfor houseknepinK; also two *woms; house fai-e* south and wewt, and is newljr decorated; sanitary plumtduir. 1121 I st. n. *? d7-2w* FORREX^a 8UITE OF NICELY FTRXISHKD ^?5^?S^,t>TrrpaJior^;*0lUh rpL,nt> or*n prate Area, Oirrle. R^aaonahle rent; no other lodgwa. References required. Dill Rhode Island *Yft- dl3lw F25.?HKT-A'L^fti? Ow ST. N. W.. PLEASANT Withbert board. A fsw table board ers acoommodated. nol3-5w* fSssssaa F2?.LenJ-bje.^FTiJ'ully furnished rooms on second and third floors, with Board, r<*f?>rences iT-ijuired. 1416 X st. n.w. oc 16-Mw* F2"?ENT-R0?M RENTING AGENCY, 1326^F *7 ? have a constant and im reartriF de iP0??* snd unfurnished, with and h, r*11* f,^r housekeeping ?f the cltT All parties havlii* rooms f?r ^ W1U%"" d3^5! a. a. henretta. F? RENT ? 815 E ST. N. W , FURXTSHTO Booms, private bath; second floor; heat and iras. no30-lm FOR RENT-TWO HANDSOMELY FURNISHED OTE^unicatlnr Rooms on second floor and two on ?urd floor, with tahle Board, at 1807 H st. n w wiU be let single or en suite. n?-lm FOR REXT?2522 L ST. N W., NEAR PENNSYL^ 2 5J?nue' 13 a private flunily, to Senators or -?_0'?? ?th*r parties; terms MaaouaUe; bosrd If d? "ired- ? u27-lm* F?x,??^T"^rlTEJ0,r JH V:E L-^RGE. NICELT furmshed Rooma, delightfully located on public ..4 FOR RENT?FLATa FOR RENT?FURNI8HED OR unfurni8hed? ?iL?f tour larjre Rooms; bath room, with hot and *?RRrtvfv 720 f7th st. n w. Apply to FITCH. FOX ? BROWN, cor. Pennsylvania ave. and 15th st. a4-lm F?*?RE:iT-H^08<:)MELY FI rnished SUITE X oil nrtt floor; delisrhtful third floor suite- also tfiu 5 rooms ior genUeoien; lontbtru exi?osure. open nrea^lbeds Mid bed-room furnishing* *li th? most com i*dv*nt?ffeous to permanent tenants; lo^s> I at. References exchanyod. n20-1 in FOR RENT?STORES. For renV-a splendid business chance. Four beautiful stores, with DwelUnga, on west aide oi 14tb St., between 8 aud Pierce Place; rant mode ratetoagood tenant. J. W. P. MYERS, 1428 N.Y.av. n20-4w* ?OR RENT-STORE 2026 14TH ST. N.W ; LARUE cellar and stable.with live-room House above; $45. 'tore separately. #25; House Separately, #20. _ . JOHNE. BEALL, u2?-lm 1420 F st. n.w. r?o; JTc? Ston FOR RENT?OFFICES. ?R RENT-DESIRABLE OFFICE, WITH HEAT, ?innd floor. 1319 F st., adjoining "Sun" bulldlnir W. RILEV DEEBLE dltJ-lm ?OR RENT-TWO FIXE, LIGHT FRONT OFFICE Rooms in building 931 h st. n. w. dl4-t>t* FOR RENT-OFFICE ROOMS IN building 635 F st. n.w., one Suite, three Rooms, on third floor, snd others, at very cheap annual rental to ?rood imrties ? elevator to be put in soon. JOHN E. HF.at.1 j4 >y r>t- dl-3m "DOR RENT-two beautiful OFFICE ROOMS -E very lanre, opposite Ebbitt House. #50 or #-io each. 8ui tns of 3 rooms for offices on F sc. #35 to *40 Q. D. PROCTOR A SOX. 1225 F st. n. w n*0 -' FOR RENT?MISCELLANEOUS For rent - furniture for ten roomsH kitchen to parlor complete; for two sinfurniahed roomiland board, January 1, or will rant In lota. Ad dress P. O. Box 532, city. it* F0K RENT-TYPE WRITER8, #5 PER MONTIL~ (Sold on easy terms > ? _ 'VALIGRAPH OFFICE." oc29-#m W. H. PORTER. General AgqSt, 933 F st LOST AND FOUND. T , >IORT ABOUT 12:30, out OF JU a tlewh, 2 Buflslo robes, 2 lap robea, 2 suiiare horae blankets and 2cushiona. Finder will be rewarded by returning the same to E. BURGDORF, 418 8th st. It* T OST-AN english MASTIFF, AGE 6 MONTHS JLJ siMwering to the name "Bessie." Finder will be liberally rewarded by returning to 937 D st. n.w. It* LOST-TO-DAY, COMING FROMBIP DEPOf~A Silvfr Watch, will, Gold Chai" LibJ.^ reward if returned to Mies KATE ANDERSON, 12*J? D at, n.w. It* T j9?.T ~ VER7 . delicate AND PECULIAR ivewani at 4 * 8 Pa. ave. dl8-3t* I watch, Silver tob at ?? ?*r. between H st. snd Albaugh's Ti Fl?d/'r ijease return name to llOO M st. nw.. and reoive liberal reward. dlT-'^t* T J853 PA. AVR^ ON THUR8DAY~A <g!a.pHU^iS!?i afternoon, ABOUT-FIVE tossa nenftiimSSfSS " ffo^1 *mtcb chain. a iioerai reward will be riven for return of the imm. ^Prany^orit to the 8tar office ? ? t>IVP" ^.itssssir-?^ ??~ s?st!Z^r PERSONAL AND 10 PER any one secor it or a _ L Ad Star office. It* COUNTRY REAL ESTATE. FOR RENT?HOUSES. PMt RCKT-ltHH 11TH ST. K W.. TWO-StOM, 6 room brick, ill bkkI lrap*_ per mouth. fwl 4Th at n e.. t woatory, 8 room bnrk. %ater and anwar 11* P?nwitk. DAVIDSON * D4THMM.HI, cxr iN>r4Hiii4Ditii u.v, !?? F?R RENT-TBEAP Bortt, 1723 PA AVE y W i ? lot of fttrultnre f<w a*W oh?ap old hrw*.< hine" rlorka. rnnrl* or dovtiie aleitfb aud itmii* (oc ?ale or hire 2010HBt.nw. dl0-2w? Fi>R RF.NT-FURNIHBKD. OOB M ST K* three-et.>ry mid tauwiuent brv-k nine m .ma Ualk aud all modern improvement*. Inquire uu prem.aaa dm sr IJH)R ~ RKNT-TWO~new Till I K ?TORY~ BAfI windo* l? tia?i, ten 1>?> rna ?>i.| !*.-? ?i| nv-b-rn loiprovementa. Mb at., between f tuu u nw.. om^mita fVutdun oftw Inquire at 732 nth at. <11 ti :tt* 1JH)R KENT?DW Kl.LINU. 7:;.*. WTH *T N U foutaiu? twelve rouiua. lartb-ki Appl* at V Ai Krf 4 OORAM'S DruK Stum. cor. 15th at and N. ? York dl.S-Or ?>>R RENT-NEAR DUPONT CIRCLF. a COM r pletely Furniahed Houae. 11 room*, libran. rhiua. plated ware included. illiterate relit to a rum]] fUUnlr Addreaa Bom 02, Star oAce dlh 3t* 130B RENT-A Rt*ID? 50*rRHU!.V DMV'R\. . ted throughout. pluinbln# pert- t; all m >rn%e meute. furna?-e and i>i*>n irrutea, 15 r.?i?u. 1325 M ?t. near Tbotuaa dmle dl*-3tn FOR BF.NT-1426 s RTaND 1720 MTH ST,BOTH uortbweat, containing 6 n*<iu* and Viath. u.odr-n improvement*. they are in flrat-rlaa* condition and a an excellent neighborhood. rant #30 per month. plyat 1004 8at. n. w. dlv.it* F)R RF.NT-1747 FBt7X.W.. 10 K<Vtilh AlS, convenience*. new 0W-. market,* .. < v .-:Unt i*. cation. .THOS. E. wawjamaN, dlS 3t VI7 T at n.a. ,)R RENT?HTOr r^VlNO KV mTmi lu Y~A Houae. #10O and upward, accordin* t. v?: ia .?? property, down. the halation In mouthly pat metito about equal to the rent you |*y Tou will tBua't* ??. in# what jrou now throw away for rati, c a. KSK1HT, 925 F at n.w, room 1. flret floor dls-tit FOR RENT?NICE 11 ROOM AND RATH HOUSR n w aecOon. in **>od ni?ir l.iO per month U>a ir\H>d tenant. A nicely furtiiahed Botiae, with put), at 97.% per month. C. B ENluBT, ?2o r at n ? , r ->iu 1, flrat floor. <U8-t<t* "|X>K RENT?CHEAP?AN S-R<M>M HOl'HE. I1? r northweat aection. ehvaiitlv fumialird, will leaned at alow flirure TllER k Kl'lHFKFuRU. Heal EaUte Brokera. 1 ',"J0 F at n w dlMlf U?OR RENT-H VNDHOME HorsF N. W . FI.KVVN r roonm aud bath: aouth front. daairahle looatton: bein?r rvfitted; will adapt alterati.<na toplaaiw ri*lit party appl\nu( now; luodorato rruul. Addr -? It t 16, Star office^ dlMt* "130K RENT ? Ft'RNtRHED ? l'J14 Htss. *VE * n.?? 15 Room*, haudaomely furaintii-d ; central 1'x-ati.in and dcairable f??r Ooinrre??uian. 4'Am> per month. A 8 CAVWOOD.cor.IKhand t ata <lih ? DOftUMT-NO" ljBB4 16TH '?T. N. W . EU .JANT I a modem -built realdcuiie, "table In roar, #14<> i*r ' mouth. Apply JOtt. FoUkUs l , 917 F at. u w.. I 'J | to2. d4 .1W I^Oir RENT?1 nil 14TH HT. N W .. TWF.IAB r<<'in*, all m.?dern Inipmwawita ?S0..>0 A.M. CAY WOOD, corner Htb an<l h ata. n.w. dl8-;tt* I>()R RENT- HOUSE fl-'4 B ST N F . SIX liath atul e.-llar; iivv read} for teuaut. Appl) al 6?i,neitduar. drlB-8* IJtOR RENT? \ desirable new ?<?ven-ro"m -?? 're and Dwelling, 408 O at. n.w.. all modern lmprovem<*nta; anitable far aome amall bantiAi. LOl IS P. bll< >1 MAKEK. vllW-.U yjO V at. n.w. F^ok uent-a nice" SIX-ROOM and BATH Brick Houae. all mo?l?.niiij.i'roveiin,nta.i onrenienl cara. rent moderate to inxxf tanant. Apply on th# premie"*. 181:1 \ ermotit a\e. n w. ol8-3t* rX)B RENT-DAN EN HoWElt * SON. 1115 Fat. n.w. 40 Maas. are. n.w. ]?i rooms, all mod. lmi^a #1* .00 N.W. cor. 6th aud S. C. ave. a. ? roonia. all mod. nu|w 30 iW 1504 15that. n.w* 7 nn um. ail mod tiui>a 2t<.t?0 1545 Columbia st n.w., 8 rooma, all mod inipa. ~.>.40 ltM< to 1IV E at. n.?.. 0 n?>nia. uwa and wat?*r ... 10.10 2U!i E at u.e.. ti room*, iraa and ?"ater 15 :i0 517 ?4th at. n. w_ 5 roouia. water 10.30 71?> and 718 St. Mary'a Plac?', 5 r>>otiia.water... 1<? 30 VJ5','5 Q at. n. w., 4 rooma. water. 10 :40 514 and 51m t ear of 515 "4th at. u >*.. 4 rooma, water 10 30 151(1 \'d at. a e . 5 rooma, water 8 .'W dl8 3t 130K RENT- I 18VI9 M .11 r ...?7.VHi:iKn.?.. 10w. f-?250 ll?thn w?8r..*7.50 207 Md ar. n.e.. 8r tHl 17:14 N. Y. av? 8r .35 00 1 VJfl N.J av n.w,5r 1 >..?0 l^t?2?tbn.*? lor..90.5411416 Corcoran, Or 40 OO 1322 0th u. w., wr 40.OO lMCt5th n w. Cr . 18.U0 W. C. DL'VALL, auocaaaor to l'uvall k Mai r. dl8-3t W25 F atreet n. w. I'^OR KENT 350 N a w ,Or...?15.30 300 N ?t a w..?r. .. tl? -<0 330 N it. a w? Or 14(H? 335h3W Ma.w., 5r 12tKl 4S1 I a w.,0r 15 <?t? 03:1 U at a w . 7r.,in.l25 tHJ 621 10th at a e., 5r. .12 00 1240 4 H at. a w..0r . 12 5fl 30:1 M at. aw., 4r. ...It) 00 1020 4tli at n e^5r. .12 LKJ dl8-3t* O. U. PARKER, cor. 4H and E ata a w. I^OR RENT. 5 I anr'n Tei-e 0 ra.rW.OO 1234 Maaa ar. B wf200 2< >25 11 th at.. 10 ra. 10 (?0 1230Oat.n.w..8 ra,..40-55 2223Cieve'daU,6ra^l5.::0 1418 3:id at.,8 ra.. 35 5?f?2:t8 - - " 15 30 1007 Mdan., 11 ra-.2.S,?5 226 H at. a.w? 5 ra? 12 O0 428 CoUetreat_10ra.,25.(?0 12 Bla<rd'n ail'y,4 ra.,10 :t0 l?:t9 10th at, i ra, 22.50 420 Wilaon at., o ra., 10 OO 1428 T it.nw.6 ra.. 20.30 1016 S.Cap'l at .5 ra? 10.30 311 B at. n.fe.. 6 ra.. 20 30 M12 let at. a.w.. 4 ra . 8.00 dl8-3t* A. 8. CATWOOD, Corner 0th and k etaai.w. 1X?R RENT?SM Al.I. HOCSES^ " Frame, 150? 0th at n. w., 6. ra #18 Frame, 612 ti at. a w 5 rs 17 Brick. 1685 Valley at. Weat Waabtnrtoa 1.? Bricka. 605 and 609 10th at. n.?. 7 ra 14 Frame, 1224 Md. are. n. e.. 8 ta 12 Frame, 500 D at. n.6 aa 12 Brick, 2022 Va. are., n w., 4 ra. 11 Fratue, 323 I at n. e.. 3 n< 8 dl8-3t ALBERT F. FOX. 020 F St N W. . ^ _ 22.00 Bnck, 6 ra., 1525 Slarlonat. n.w., m. L....... 15.3U Frame, 5 ra., 1407 lat at n.w 8.00 Frame, 4 ra., 713 Boundary at u w 7 00 Frame, 7 ra., 62 P at. n.w 9.00 By CH As. S SHREVE. dl8-3t 1125 7th at. n.w. 3R RENT? f 1806 N H are ...#100 2006Qnt n.w 3333 S w.cor.8th k E. 19r. ..125 1524 Jinhat. ij w? 8r....25 10090th at.n w., 14r .100 1224 9th at. n w? llr. . 65 1322 14th at. n. w., Or. 1019 Conn, are., 9r?100 aud ato?* 1204 Kct.n w.,ltlr .. 125 1903 Fat. n.w., 13r .83.33 1630 K I a\-e , 1 lr 1O0 3208that.n.w., 13r .. lOO 471 H at u w, lJr 50 42311that.n.w-17r .110 502 E at n w., 15r .83.33 Matrncillaare., 14r... .83.33 416 6th at.u.w, 16r 83 33 1610 19th at., 13r... .83..33 717 9th at u w? Or .. 100 1413Gat,upperi>art...75 1442 Sat .n.w.. lOr... 1731 De8al??aet .llr... SO 2414Crareu Terrace.Wr .?0 1443Oat.n.w.,Or 66 07 2420CrarenT?*nw*,9r.50 1700 M at.n.w..9r W 67 2422 i raren Terrmt?.9r.50 Cor. N.H.ave. 4uat? fr 40 2424 tYaveu Terrace.9r.5o 1913 N at. n.w.. lOr 70 2426 Craven Terrace. 9r. 50 1336 Rhnraat. n w? 6ra 35 2428 Craven Terrace.Or 5o 1108 G at.n w? 13r 75 lW(?2C"rcorauat .6r ..20 1370 Bat aw^ 12r 40 3310 8henn*ijave.,4x. .10 FURNISHED. 16341 at *700 H I are n w . 14ra .. 6g0 1901 F at. n.w., 16r.. 6O0 1. 29 F at n.w., 10r...../5 1301 Conn, are 500 1324 1Mb at u w .13r 2-?0 Linthirum eatate.. .416 f>6 1204 1Mb at., 13r... J|200 1313N.H ave.,15r 410 07 1702 19th at., llr 125 1808 Maaa ave.,l7r...300 17(?6 Conn ave 12fc 1925 F at., 16r 225 2009 I at . 9r ...123 1902 H at., 13r 200 141G 14th at n w 8r.. . 05 818 18th at., llr. 166 6< 1319Corvorau, llr ...12f 1610 19th at, 12r 106.67 1347 Corcoran, 9r tb5 1810 N at.n.w^ 14r.l06 67 1728 lat., 13r 2tHJ 1009 9th at.. 14r 150 1204 K at., 16r 2O0 1313 20th al., 9r loO 1205 Kat n w ,15r 250 The above houaea can be examined liy permit front our o?ce only. THOMAS J FIsriFH * CO., dl8 1324 F at u w. F- JR RENT- 1425 U at. n.w^5r ...... #19 1225 Fat.n.w, 15r#150 412 N J ave n.w . 5r 15 30 1324 10th et. n.w,12r 140 2214-26 28 Cleralaud 17t?6 8-10 F at, 12r 75 at.. Or 15 607 13th at. n.w., llr...75 906 F at,a.w.,6r 15 326 Iud. av? 1# ra 60 216 Rat n w,6r 15 325 C at. n.w . 9r 55 402 P at n.w.. .*....15 1327 T at. n w, 11 ra .. .50 2034 20:iS 8tli n.w ,Or .15 217-23-25-27-Sl latat. 511 E at u.e Or 14.3?? n.w., Sr 35 18 Fent.Pl. n.e?Or..14.30 2207 13th at.n.w.. _31J?0 310 N at a w, ,?r... 13 30 1537 15th at. n.w.,7r30.?5 23 P at. a e. Or .. 12 7:t9 3d at. n.w.. 7r. .30.40 911-13 12th at a. e, 1424 L at. n.w.. 9r..... ,:JO 5r 10^.30 1755-1557 Bat. n.w., 7r2t; 1305 to 1313 3d a.e.,?r 10 1025 NTare.n.w..6r.25.30 213 Q at. n.w.. C.r 10 1125 N. J. ave. n.w., 7r.25 2057 ?th at. u.w, 5r 8 2820 N at. n.w., 8r 25 2307 M at. n.w., 9r 25 STORES. ? 133 F at. n.e? 7 ra. .20.45 807 7th at u.w, 9r#66.b, 1219 29th at.nw,7r.20 40 t?40 N. Capitol at, 8 ra 40 501 Eat n.e, 6r .20 013 N.Y . ave..2ra 3 > 418 N. J. av. n.w,6r 19.35 2210-2212 14ih n.w... .25 1735 7th at n.w? 6r 16 30 dl8 B. H. WA.ltNEB ft CO.. 916 F at. n.W. X30B REWT-THREE STORY AND BASEMENT f brick dwellina, 8 rooma. bath and all ui l, 1141 5th at. n.w.. #40. TILER k KITHERFORD, dll-2w* 1226 F at. n.w. "CH>R RENT-TYLER * RUTHERFORD^ I1 1226 F at. n.w. FURNISHED? Vermont are., bet. K and L ata #300 per ra* 14th at. n.w, Mt Maaa. ave and N at... 1"?0 N at. n.w, bet 12th and 13th ata 275 1714 8th at. n.w oO UNFURNISHED? __ 1400 Let. n.w 1,000 par^ Veriuontare,bet M at k Iowa Circle... 100 Stable in alley rear 1741 R l.ave l?-66 Meridian are, Mt. Plaaaant :K) ^ 1141 5th at n.w 0' I <07 8th at n.W TttjER k 'RU THERFORD. d4-3w* 1226 F at. n W. OR RENT -A CENTRALLY LOCATED HOTBH 3-atorj and cellw, 10 rooma, ml, '0' SOiat W.. #50 per month. TYLER k Rl THERFOfcl). d4-3w* 1220 F atreet n w._ F)R RENT-NEAR TnF. CATITOI, A DESIRABLE and plcaaantly aituated Bnck Dwelling l^'n* rooma. including bath. 103 2d at n.a. ^ 1X?R RENT?CXJMF0R1ABEL HOME; FUBNACT and o|*n flre i laoea aud all modern >"'Prov,'"?"u_ cine rooma and attic; prlre, $55 per month or ?wua year. 325Catn.w. Arent B. H. EARNER kOft ?l7-3f F)R RENT?BRICK HOUSE. CONVENIENT TO Peuaion oAoe, Interior deiiartmeut. atrwt oara aud market; 9 roOtua and cellar, modern iuiprovgj??nt?; (ro<?'. condition. Vow ntt C. H. ARMES, 9? i F at. 1 dl7-lm F- JR RENT-FINE RESIDENCE. N. W OORJO 15th and Rata. n.w.; 14 rooma and atable. Rey #100 per monih. btable mill be ranted aeperatadj tf deaired. BUBBNELL k CARI SE dl7-6t lOOSFatn-W. RENT?ONLT #16.00 PER MONTH. NEW . Brick. 309 7?n at a*.,, 6 rooma . mod. impe. Mubh nell k cabi bl dl7-6t 1008 F at. n.W. TX)R RENT-A* MOHT BOOM HOUSE. WITH f halL aaa and water-14 6th at. me, three doora trom Eaat Capitol Apply 315 Pa are n.w. dl.-3t*_ 1 RENT?BO. 407 8TH STREET tMJUTHEAST, .ran rvx?M and baU. ^ ** dlB-3t* No. 401 Sth an 14TH 8T. N.W, NEW THREE ?. vinJw, with Btore on ?round ioe*; 12-BOOM MICE HOUSE. J* > nn Mfahlc nart of the city The