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WASHINGTON:
ygUBIPAT ... October S, IW.
Liunv %. >OVKS f-lalltor.
IfMiil star hw * rfialar. pfrwinfni
g-j- dally cirrwlwiino more iban treble
mf ?ay other dmiij paper published in
_jtM, *na ???rb ?rewlrr than that
Ibe other daily p?i?fn fcere added
iHftkrr.
The cWUentn reformers And little comfort In
{?^ynt political events In a single editorial page
Harperi Weekly. In Its latest Issue, protests
against or grieves over the acts of democrats, re
pabllcans and the president, thus rounding the
political circle In Its dissatisfaction. Of the ac
tion of the democratic convention In New To* It
s-iys: **Thls Is the practical abandonment of any
declaration of reform by a democratic convention
absolutely controlled by the President - friends
? ? ? It shows that the renomlnatlon of Mr.
Cleveland Is assured, and that bis distinctive views
or reform are not approved by his party." It then
calls the Massachusetts republican convention to
account for foolishly sneering at political Indepen
dence. In a third editorial It points out to
the President that Incomplete surrender to
the spoilsman does not make them friends: tbat
the battle-cry of the party plunderers is "All or
nothing;" that the surrender in Maryland, there
fore, been of no advantage, either from a pub
lic or a partisan point of view, but has br >ught
democratic ascendency in the state into serious
peril, and has alienated the b?st friends of the
President elsewhere; and that In Indiana also,
w bere the Bourbons have had their way, the re
s'lit has be?*n neither to propitiate them nor to re
tain the frleudly support of the independent vote.
Everyone yfui' perverse this week, and Hnrper?*
Weekly wltu a certain sense of loneliness and
1 'gallon furnishes imp irtlal correction to all.
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Politician* are in doubt as to the significance of
t'ie election of Edward Murphy, Jr., of Troy, tothe
c lal man ship of the New York democratic State
c-mmlttee. Mr. Murphy has been generally rec
ognised for some time past as a foe to the admin
istration, and even the President's most sanguine
Irlendt have classed him as nothing better than
an uncertain quantity. The recent convention at
S iratoga was interpreted as an unqualified vlrtory
for the administration, and the composition of t he
State committee was supposed to reflect the pre
vailing sentiment of the convention. Yet Mr.
Murphy steps into the chair without even a
show of resistance from any quarter. Does
that mean that he has come over into the Cleve
land camp, or tbat the committee has been cap
tured by the President s foes? If the former. It
promises a large accession of former malcontents
to the Administration's support; If the latter, a
bad blow to the President's hopes for next year.
At a venture, though, it may be suggested that the
honor of a unanimous election to the chairman
ship was the peace-pipe sent by the Administra
tion men to their most dangerous antagonist in
Sort hern New York, and that Us acceptance bodes
well for harmony between the Hill and Cleveland
tactions through anot her twelvemonth.
There are fresh evidences every day from inde
pendent d'-mocrats of Baltimore that the accusa
tions of fraudulent practices In registration, voting
and counting votes in the city elections, which have
given Baltimore a bad name In this regard In
times past, an- well-founded. Where convincing
evidence accompanies the charge of political cor
ruption It would seem thit the business men of
Baltimore could lielter protect ihe reputation and
prosperity of the city by extirpating the evil and
punishing the evil-doers, than by shutting their
eyes to evidence ami pronouncing the charge a
s tnder, as they are exhorted to do by some of
taeir political lenders, and It Is evident that many
of them, notwithstanding urgent solicitation to
the contrary by those upon whom they have been
accustomed to rely, will declare openly for honesty
in political methods, and will seek to remove the
oaus? of reproach Instead of vainly denying Its
existence.
The President's reception in Chicago yesterday
lacked nothing in warmth, as the state of his shirt
collar alter the Palmer House rush would attest;
but It did lack a good deal In respectful considera
tion. If the noise and activity were a measure of
the kindly feeling entertained for the Chief Magis
trate, It is a pity that this sentiment could not
Lave had a little more self-restraint mixed with
It. The hug may suggest affection, but the kind
the bear gives means broken ribs. The President
In his speech admitted tiiat he had erred In
never before coming to see Chicago. On
the other hand, he reminded his hearers
that he had left at home a city which they ought
to see and know more about. That was good ad
vice. Not only would they enjoy and profit by fre
quent visits tothe capital of the Nation and the j
most beautiful city In the United States, but they
might also learn here how to give the President of j
the Nation every evidence of good will without
endangering his life in the process.
The President cannot more effectively signalize
Lis return from vacation to business than by call
lug an extra session of Congress, to meet as soon
is that b?*ly can be conveniently as-teinbled. The
plan of checking the contraction of the country's
urculatlug medium by the Government purchase
of bonds is good as a temporary expedient, but
there is danger that it will n?>t long avert the
stringency, which In spite of the prosperous con
dition of the business interests of the country. Is
evidently threatened. Tne steady flow of the
country's medium of exchange Into the Treasury
luual be speedily stopped.
New York city Is going to make the experiment
of mai.ual training In a dozen of Its public schools,
with tne purpose of extending the system If It
shall prove successful. Washington ought not to
be far behind. The yearly Increase of our city's
school population Is vast, and of this number a
large proportion must be of indifferent capacity
for meata. culture. But boys and girls who could
never learn to be authors or ? ieutlsts could often
be taught to u->e their lingers deftly, and become
thereby more useful to themselves and to society.
The demonstration to-night In honor of ex-Gov.
Shepherd will bring together a great and enthu
siastic assemblage, and the event will be a notable
one In the history of tne city. Washington cannot
give to the ex-governor too hearty a welcome.
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Department. Thi*. pnctli-ally apeaklnrf, means our j
?cure Millinery Department; but for the last few :
day* we have talked millinery so much, and so many ;
people attended cur opromif on Monday, Tuesday and 1
Wednsaday. that it only remain* for lis to lie a trifle j
npec-.hc. an 1 uiiut a tew price*, to *1 v* you an idea of
how we are selling 'he Stock of Fall and
W.nter H_t?
?jt #Y?ry-dajr street H*U, the "Sai^>r" will he I
.anrtly worn. They are. principally, plain fella, in
biark. brown, navy and cardinal, bound and trimmed
with braid bands, roaettca. bow*, fcc. We hare ?oaie
very neat and pretty atyles at 39 and T.jcand a
*reat variety at even Lhrher pncea than these.
for the children we have some Fine Felt Hits in
all the caweet ?La; es. and in all colors, nratly and
thoroughly trimmed. Nothing could be nicer for !
school-wear than the*e Hats, which we are Selling- at ?
?jhc and (l.'.'j en h.
1 It" lawn teunu ?ha[-e<? arc st-lling tlds sea* n at I
7.V. each.
< hiidrtn';' Knit T^bogi.-an Cap* at 25c. each.
Yonrajecial attention is invited to onr line of Un
trimiued Mlk Heaver Hate in a irreat variety eg atyles.
kroirmter tiiat our w.irtrnom? are etjHiii?d to fcll
ord- r* w-.th promt tnea??, and you will receive your
Bailiinery orders when they are irouiiaM.
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^1 ATTAX'S C KYSTAL I3l&OOVtBY
la the uBl? harmless Hair Restorative in the world.
Onarantaad to restore kray or faded hair in thr *e to
ten days.
Thooaands rUrht here at houia am now uainjf it with
P?1kI aabai action.
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ARTHUR NATTAX8, Phanradat
14 th and I and '.iu and D ata. n.
PLACE INSIHANCK IN ANT RELIABLE COM
paity repreeenied in the Diatnrt of Columbia.
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?1-1W Real Estate, Loans,. Insurance. l.'K>4 F st.n.w
Special Notice. Palais Royal.
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A little tronble with the Custom Home or we would
have the latest Olove novelties on exhibition daring
the first day a of the "Opening." The bill and some of
the Glove* are before the advertising man.
ABOUT THE GLOVES, ETC.
I shut my eyes and felt them?aa soft as silk, aa
elastic aa a boodle alderman's conscience. I opened
my eyes and saw them?Gray. Lemon. Fawn. Steel.
Salmon, Orange, Heliotrope. Browns (four shades),
Tans (four shades), were some of the colors. I noticed
the binding at the tops aud the kid between the fin
gers were of contrasting color to the glove. Colors
: soi h as White, Navy Blue, Black, Lavender, Browns,
Tan*, ftc., how prettily they contrasted with the other
Shad' a. And the embroidered backs?such a width, and
I of two shades of browns, tans, 4c., to match the kid
between the fingers and the binding.
One description only. Cases not all unpacked. New
Castor Oloves. Black Gloves with combination colors
. of embroidery peep up through the confused mass.
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47.670 50
is the amount of the 1*411. Quoted below are the selling
prices that are to be permanent after SATURDAY,
and also the "0|?ening'' Souvenir prices, and iehich
terminate, at ft p. in. SATURDAY.
Ldies aud gentlemen who appreciate the very be?t
Gloves have tne opj>ortuuity to supply themselves for
the winter at a material saving.
EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
A!?D
TRIED ON, IF DESIRED.
Price after Opening
Saturday. Price.
313* doz. 4-button, fancy 42 00 <1.89
591* doz. 4-button, fancy 1.68 1.55
9aH do*. 4-button, Fourcliette 1.68 1.55
56 doz. 4-button, improved 1.68 1.55
13J* doz. ?-.'-button. Cadets 150 1.25
19.H doz. 4-button, Misses'emb'd 1.25 1.00
?JOdjz. .Vhutton, Misses' improved.. 1.10 1.00
25 doz. 4-button, Ladies'black 1-08 1.55
25,5$ doz. 4-button. Ladies' Russian.. 1.68 1.55
10 doz. 8-button, Moitsguetaires 2.00 L89
15 doz. 8-button, plain 1.89 1.79
63doz. 5-button, embroidered 1.68 1.55
25H doz. 5-button, undressed. 1.25 98
Ml doz. 2-button, Gentlemen's 1.50 1.39
22 doz. 2-button, Gentieuton'c 2.00 1.90
J^Every lot is ditferent, and each constitutes one of
the new and latest imported novelties. Descriptions
would have been given of all. but the cases were not
all opened at time of writing this advertisement You
are especially requested to call, as the "Opening"
Souv. nir prices positively terminate SATURDAY at
6 p. m.
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06 1117-1119 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
Happens E VERY \v EEK.
Our regular weekly sale of "Remnants" occurs on
Friday of each week, on which occasiou we close out
all "Short Lenrths.'' "Odd Sizes,"' Broken Lots, fee., at
greatly reduced prices.
CHILDRKNS' SCARLET PANTS.
We have 11 pairs c-hildreus All-Wool Scarlet Pants,
6 size 32 in., 5 size 34.
Reitul ir Price 90c. and ?1
"Remnant" Price 37 ^c
We name this ridiculously low price in order to sell
them immediately.
1 ODD QUILT? 1 White Marseilles Quilt, hand
soui?ly entbr .idered in blue silk, slightly soiled.
Regular Price #8
"Remnant" Price 45
(Fourth floor.)
EXTRAORDINARY "RfclMNANT" BARGAINS
in
8LIGHTI.Y IMPEKFE< T CHILDREXS' HOSE
We imported 100 doz Children's Fine Cotton Hose,
and discovered that about 4 dozen pairs were subject
to s'nrht iuiperfections.they not havintrbeen gone over
with the necdlw at the mill. In most cases the imper
tiins are so very slight we have pinn-sl a small piece
of paper over t iem in order that customers may see at
a ??lance wlu-re and what they are. A needle will eaaily
make them perfect.
4 doz. Pairs Children's Fine Imported Five-and-one
Ribbed Cotton Hose,double knees, heel and toe. Some
have white feet, others white heel aud toe, and aome
solid.
Colors, Black, Seal and Navy.
Sizes. 6, 6*. 7. 7H, 8, 8* and 9
Regular Price 34. 3d, 38. 40. 4 2. 44. and 46.
"Remnant" Price 24. 26. 28, 30. 32, 34. and 36.
Alter an inspection you will be glad to buy them at
the saving of ten cents per pair.
ONE "ODD LOT" OF JERSEYS.
A few styles we hare been very successful with, but
do not care to duplicate. Equally as desirable now as
wh?-u first price wa-t asked.
14 Fine All-Wool Jerseys, embracing a few black and
white and brown and white checks, and black with
fancy vest*.
Regular Prices <2 and ?2.50
"Remnant" Price 1.50
(Third floor.)
"OPDS" IN SHAWLS
?>ur renin in?? accumulate in various ways?this time
our wiud-.w display of Sli ?wls caused a few to become
silent / t ided They ?t> Friday at reduced prices.
2 i ink Ail Wool Cishmere Shawls, badly faded.
Kegel .r Price #1.25
"Remnant" Price 50c.
2 I'.lue Hand-Ki it Scarfs,
Refill ir 1 ice.. ...... ... .?1-7.)
?Remnant" Price 1.35
?J Blue Knit Worsted bawls.
Regular Price f? 50
"Reuiuant" Pr.ce 1.50
(iray ChuUa Shawls, 72x72 inches.
Regular Price ?3
"Remnant" Price 2.50
(Third floor.)
"ODD PAIRS" IN BLANKETS.
Where we have only one pair left of a style we place
them on sale Fndiy at a reduced price, viz:
1 K"v.-pMole Wrapper Blanket, from to.50 to $4.
1 Wiute Crib Blanket, 36x50 inch, from 44.75 to
44.25.
WHITE WOOL BLANKET.
1 pair, size 11-4. from $6 .">0 to 45.75.
1 pair, size 11-4, from 49 to 47.75.
1 pair, size 11-4. from 410 to CH.50.
1 pair, size 12-4, from ijfll to 75.
(Fourth floor.)
"ODD SIZES" IN LADIES' CLOTH 8UTT8.
Only one suit each le t of these styles, hence the
Rem ant'* price to ?nov ? the n at once.
1 Ladies' All-Wool (iray Cloth Suit; size 36 inches.
Ktvnlar Price 410
"Reninat.t" Price - .-,o
; 1 1^',lies' Brown Tricot Suit, well made and neatly
. trimmed. ?;ze :w?.
I R'-tfiilar Price 415
"Uemuaut" Price l(j
(Th:rd floor.)
! ??ODDS" IN BOYS' CLOTHING.
We clean up the stock each Friday. These will go
| on sale to-mo row.
j 1 Boys'Checked Kilt Suit; size 3 years.
? Pegular I'rii-e 42.75
1 "Remuai.t" Price 1.50
2 Woy*' s.ili.r Kilt Suit*, navy blue, trimmed with
I white braul. size II years; trimmed with red; size2i?
j year*.
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1 I rotfu Jersey. Shirt Waist, trimmed with
white br id: *ize 6 years.
Regular Price 41.1)5
"Remnant" Price 1.25
"ODD LOT" OF JACKETS.
5 Misses' Medium Weight Checked Envrlish Walking
Jackets, with hood; sizes, 12. 14, and 16 years.
R.-vular Price 45.00
? Remnant" Price 3.75
?ODD nlZES" IN CLOTH RAGLANS.
:i Ijklies' Black Medium-Weight Cloth Raglans, satin
facing. well ai.d stylishly tuade, especially for travel
ing. sizes. 34, 36. aud 42.
Regular Price. -41'
"Remuanf Price l?50
(Third floor.)
Other "Remnant*" is Friday's Fast
WOODWARD ft LOTHROP,
ocfl Car. ] 1th and F ata. n.w.
JAMES DUNGAN'S" WORLD RENOWNED"ENG
Usb Enamel for cleaning all kiada of furniture
and ulanoe It will clean all ilrt. remcve ail scratches,
and bnug all color otp. and it dries perfaatly la one
minute. Headquarter*. 623 7th at mw. lor sate at
all drug stores. s26
Abe You Aware
THAT THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
IS THE CITY
OF
FALL AND WINTER WOOLENS
Can be keen at
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BUSINESS SUITS TO ORDER FROM #80.
DRESS SUIT8 TO ORDER FROM #25.
TROUSERS TO ORDER FROM #5.
OVERCOAT8 TO ORDER FROM <16.
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RED TICKET DAY,
A walk through our store to-morrow will mora than
repay you. Hundreds of Odds and Ends of this sea
son's (foods, of which the lots have already become
broken. We can at all tiinea xuarantee our prices to be
the lowest, and when there is a still further redaction
made on the broken lots?well, we will lea re you to
Judge whe'her they are chaap or not.
OEM'S furnishing DEPARTMENT.
Odds and Euds in 81ARLET UNDERWEAR wen
$1. Friday, choice 68c,
Were 50c. GENT'S MERINO UNDERWEAR, either
Shirt? or Drawers. Friday 39c.
'.>6 inch GLORIA UMBRELLAS, Gold cap, were
#2.25. Friday 41.75.
UPHOLSTERY department.
8 Tapestry TABLE COVERS. 6-4, wore #1.76. Fri
day i 1 10.
2 i>air Raw-Silk PORTIERES, were $4.50. Friday
S3.35.
CLOAR AND SUIT department.
6 Black Beaver-Cloth NEWMARKETS, (Ladies'),
tailor-uiade, assorted sizes, sold lor #10. Friday #4.50.
Don't f:iil to look tlieni over.
A small lot of Mioses' JERSEYS, in all shades, fancy
and plain, sold for * 1 50 Fii ay 68c.
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.,
Two Immense Items:
One 50-dozen lot ot Importers' Samples of BLACK
OSTRICH TIPS, 3 in a bunch, cheap at 75c. Friday
2!>c.
One 25-dozen lot of Children's FELT HATS, in red,
brown, navy, and tan. bouudand tri : nied, with 3-row
white Braid Ros -ttes. worth #1.45. Friday # 1.15.
Bj.A.\KETS.
A 10-4 White Wool BLANKET, weighing 5 hi lbs.,
good value at ?2. Friday 41.50.
A 10-4 Colored Soft Wool BLANKET, weighing 6
lbs., regular price $2.50. Fridiy #2.12k.
A 10-4 Fleece-Wool BLANKET (colored), worth
#3.25. Friday $2.75.
sPrlCIAL?Superfine Persian and Roman Robe or
Wrapper BLANKETS, manufactured of the selected
Lamus' wool, sold everywhere at 4H 50 and AO, Fri
day #6.
CORSET department.
34 pair of our #Lo0 I. R. CORSETS, in white and
fawn. Friday. BHc.
UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT.
One lot of large size NLRSES' APRONS, regular
price 25c.; to close out on Friday at 10c.
INFANTS' department.
6 SHORT COATS in striped o.' plaid, sizes 2 and 3
years, were selling at #3.75; Frldyr. f 1 OS.
LADIES' NECKWEAR DEPARTMENT.
1 lot_eiegam Crepa Lisse Ruebiugs. 50 styles, worth
2"i to oOc. a yard. Friday, choice 10c. yard.
1 lot all-silk Black Lace Fichua, large size, worth
#3.2.~>; Friday, #1.08.
1 lot finest ijuality Ladles' Swiss Cape Collars, turn
over poluia, value I Be. Kriday, a for 26c s
DRESS-TRIMMING DEPARTAlENT.
Bargains in fine goods:
1 B?a<led Ca|ie, can be used for entire waist trim
ming, was 412 00. Friday, #9.00.
Oue wm $ IS.00. Friday. 413.00.
One was * 13.00; Friday, fO.O'J.
Oue was 910 75; Friday, #8.50.
Si* Bargains in Black Lace 45-inch Flnnnrings: Our
$1.3o lace, <100; our #1.50 lare. #1 15; our #1.75
lace, #1.25; our #1.98 lace, #1.65?a rare chance.
N0TI0N department.
Our 15c. Silk Elastic. Friday only, 10c. yard.
Balance of our ?feeule Books, containing 4 papers
gold e?e needles, at 5c.
Our oc. boxes Cabinet Hair Pins, Fr'day 3c
B--UZ tin's Cosmetic Toilet Soap, regular price 25c
Friday only 10c. cake.
1 lot Ottar of lioxe Tubes, worth 75c.; Friday 25c.
1 lot Good 1 loritla Water, worth 4.V.: Friday 25c".
Another lot 1 oinposition Books, worth 12c.; Fridar
5c
Cloning our Scholars' Companions, worth 10c.; Fri
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Jr.WELRY AND LEATHER GOODS department.
1 lot Nickel Clocks (New Haven), warranted one
year, Friday 70c.: alarm. 90c,; wor h #1.25 and #1.50.
1 lot Metal Girdle.*, wortu ,i0 and 68c , at 42c
1 lot Elegant Jewelry, Moonstone, Ac , worth #1.50
Friday S0c.
1 lot Obloug Pocket-Books, worth 70c.; Friday 50c
ZEPHYR DEPARTMENT.
1 lot Odds and End* in Fancy Tassels; were 8 and
10c: Friday, choice 5c.
1 lot Odds and Ends in Finest Linen Table 8carf;
Were #1 to #2.25; Friday, choice 60c each.
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Iieductions In Paris Robes
AND
DRESS PATTERNS.
W. M. SHUSTEB ft SONS
nave Jnst redncea the prices of their PARIS ROBES
from# 5 and ?40 to #20. #15 and #10, making the
greatest bargains that will lie offered this season.
Just opened a large lot of elegant pure linen HUCK
TOWELS, at #3 and #4.50 per dozen, which house
keepers will appreciate, as they are 20 per cent under
price.
Barmsley TABLE LINEN, full 2 yards wide, at
#1 50: cannot be duplicated for #2.
social Bargains iu NAPKINS, all sizes.
New shades in MOIBE SILKS, FAILLE FRAN
CAIS.
BLACK FAILLE FRANCAI8 at tl.85 and #L50.
good valoe and very sightly.
BLACK SILKS in all the new weaves.
SILK VELVETS, in all aliadea, at lowest market
prices.
ONE PRICE
W. M. 6UU8TER k SONS,
?5 019 Pennsylvania ave.
?JUST RECEIVED.
DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS.
JUMEA DOLLS. BISQUE D<>LL8. WAX DOLLS.
INDESTRUCTIBLE DOLLS, DUEL
heads, doll bodies, doles' shoes.
DOLLS' STOCKINGS.
BEING DIRECT imported, CAN GUARANTEE
. . , LO?. ES'i PRICES.
laly COACHES at cost price to
MAKE BOOM FOR HOLIDAY GOODS.
mUPPERT.
o5 403.405 7th at. n. w.. above D at
^Iadame J. P# Palmer,
1107 F STREET,
BEGS TO ACQUAINT HER PATRONS THAT
SHE WILL BE PREPARED TO SHOW A
FULL assortment OF EXCLUSIVE
STYLES IN ENGLISH AND FRENCH
ROUND HATS AND BONNETS, FROM THE
LEADING LONDON AND PARIS HOUSES,
ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, OC
TOBER 5TH AND 6TH. ol-5t
Ingrain Art Squares.
Webave jnst opened a Bne of INGRAIN ART
SQUARES, Beautiiul Deaigna,all aizes, #1 per square
yard.
INGRAIN, tapestry, and BODY BRUSSELS
carpets in all the New Designs and Patterns.
FELT druggets, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS.
10-4 WHITE WOOL BLANKAT8, #2, #2.50, #&
BED COMFORTS, #1, #1.25, #L50.
DRESS GOODS FOB FALL AMD WINTER WEAR.
m!ieSu?ud ^k FLAKNKLS t0t ***** T^
HOME8PUN SUITINGS in Checks and Mlstv?a.60c.
50 and 65^? WO?L PLAII>8 in all th? new colon,
22-im. SERGE and DIAGONAL SUITINGS. 12W.160
Spleudld value All-Wool BLACK CASHMERE. 60c."
Heavy WOOL SHAWLS, #fl, #3 #4.
Medicated TWILLED FLANNELS, 26, 37k. 50c.
All-Wool WHITE FLANNELfll extra good quaL. Via
6 caeee CANTON FLANNELS. 8.10, lajgc,
t,iRS?$2?S??%Sifl!ir'1
Children's SCHOOL HOaR foil regular Mada.S&a.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR.
JOHNSON. GARNER ft CO,
o5 636 Pa ave., aouth aide, near 7th at
You Abb Respectfully Invited
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IT IB A VERY EA8Y THING TO WI8H TO
HAVE YOUR OWN WAY. BUT NOT ALWAYS
80 CONVENIENT TO ACQUIRE. PARTICU
LARLY ARE WE AT THE DICTATION OF
OTHERS IN BUSINESS MATTERS. IT WE
BUY IT MUST BE?A8 A RULE-ON THE
TEEMS Or THE PARTY WHO SELLS. BUT
THI8 RULE HAS ITS EXCEPTIONS. THESE
ABE THOSE WHO ADVERTISE TO SELL
YOU GOODS ON YOUR OWN TERMS, BUT
AFTERWARD PRESS YOUR NOSE VERY
CLOSE TO THE GRINDSTONE. THAT ISN'T
FAIR NEITHER IS IT JUST THE THING
FOR YOU TO MAKE CERTAIN AGREE
MENT8 WITH A MERCHANT AND THEN
FAIL TO MEET THEM. IN BOTH CASES
NOBODY IS SATISFIED. NOW WE DEAL IN
FURNITURE, CARPET8. 8T0VES AND ALL
HOUSEHOLD GOODS WE WOULD LIKE TO
SELL YOU 80MB GOODS. IT YOU ?at.t.
UPON US PUT THE CASE JU8T A8 IT IS;
TELL US FRANKLY WHAT YOU CAN DO
HOW MUCH YOU CAN PAY BACH WEEK OB
MONTH-AND DON'T PROMISE TO DO
MORE THAN IS within YOUR MEANS.
YOU CAN HAVE THE GOODS JU8T A8 LOW
AS ANY HOUSE IN WASHINGTON WILL
SELL YOU, AND IT shat.L BE "JUST AS
YOU SAY"?only SEE THAT IT IS JUST
THAT WAY, iAND WE WILL GET ALONG
SWIMMINGLY.
House & Hermann.
CREDIT 49Q CASH HOUSE,
ol-6w 021 AND 923 seventh 8T. N. W.
The People's Stork.
"OLD RELIABLE" OAS wtTT-i
TEETH AND F STREETS.
BRIGHT. ACTIVE, PUSHING AND OF UN
TIRING ENERGY.
Tea, the People's Store; both poor ud rick. These
six yaws past we're helped to e^ve money by placing
in your reach Reliable, Honest and True Clothing.
The beat testimony la the constantly increasing busi
ness. The old customers continue to corns and new
customers every day. It will always be so, because we
aball continue to sell and give the very bast value.
You will get nowhere such good cloth as in our <10
Suits; nor such solid, strong cloth as in our f 13 Suits;
nor sue)? stylish patterns aa in our $lo Suits; nor will
you find anywhere such a line of Light and Heavy
Overcoats at such low pricea.
BOYS' CLOTHING CHEAPER THAN EVER AND
IN ALL THE ADVANCED STYLES.
06 COB. TENTH AND F STS.
Think It Over
THE READERS OF THE "STAR" WHO
MAY HAVE FOLLOWED US IN OUR ADVER
TISEMENTS, WILL HAVE NOTICED THAT
WE ALMOST INVARIABLY ILLUSTRATE
OUB -ADS",BY THE AID OF OUR SHOW
WINDOWS. WE DO THIS BECAU8E WE
KNOW HOW CHEAP IS TALK. AND WE ARE
AWARE QF THE FACT THAT AN ADVER
TISEMENT COSTS THE SAME WHETHER
THE MATTEB ADVERTISED BE PLAIN,
UNVARNISHED TRUTH OR OTHERWISE.
IN CONTINUATION OF THIS METHOD
OF OURS WE WILL ASE YOU TO LOOK IN
OUB LARGE SHOW-WINDOW, CENTEB OF
BUILDING?7TH STREET BIDE IT IS
FILLED WITH SAMPLES OF FALL OVER
COATS. WITH PRIORS ATTACHED. WHEN
YOU SEE THEME GARMENTS AND NOTE
THE PRICES NO WORDS OF OURS WILL BE
NECESSARY TO CONVINCE YOU THAT NO
SUCH VALUES WERE EVER BEFORE OF
FERED IN THE DISTRICT. WE WOULD
HAVE EVERY MAN IN THE DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA SEE THE8E ELEGANT FALL
OVERCOATS AND SETTLE THE MATTER
IN TiIEIR MINDS ONCE AND FOR ALL.
TIME THAT WHEN THEY WANT TO BUY
FALL OVERCOATS THIS IS TUH PLACE TO
COME TO FlivD JUST THE KINDS AND
STYLES THEY ARE LOOKING FOR AT
PRICES THAT WILL ACTUALLY 8UH
PIlltSB THO8E WHO HAVE BEEN BUYING
THEIR CLOTHES ELSEWHERE.
FROM *5 TO *3o IS OUR RANGE OF
PRICES. WE TELL YOU YOU CAN HE^E
FIND WITHIN THESE LIMITS FALL OVER
OOATS MADE FROM EVERY FAR RIO
THAT'S FIT TO WEAR, AND IN EVERY
STYLE THAT FASHION SAYS IS RIGHT.
DO NOT FAIL TO SEE THESE GARMENTS
BEFORE YOU BUY. 'TWILL COST YOU
NOTHING. AND IF YOU BUY WITHOUT
HAVING LOOKED THBM OVER IT'S JUST
POSSIBLE THAT YOU'LL BE SORRY.
SAKS AND COMPANY.
o5 SEVENTH AND MARKET SPACE.
Mansion mabeet.
1144 18TH STREET N. W.
We kindly solicit a share of your trade. We kefepon
hand a full line of ROAST BEEF. Ac.. LAMB. MUT
TON, VEAL, BEEF TONUES. OYSTERS, HAMS,
LARD, POULTRY, and GAME, CREAMERY BUT
TER, finest grade GRAPES, APPLES.CRANBERRIES,
and all kinds of fruit. 06
Silver Fores,
spoons,
TEA AND DINNER SETS,
BuWLH.
BASKETS,
BUT 1 ER DISHES,
PITCHERS,
With a oountlees variety of smaller objects, beautifully
made, at very low prices.
SAMUEL KIRK k SON,
o6-2w 114 Baltimore at. Baltimore.
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MONDAY, TUE8DAY AND WEDNESDAY,
OCTOBER 3, 4,
GRAND FALL AND WINTER OPENING
OF
FINE PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS,
INFANTS' CLOAKS. HOSIERY,
NOTIONS. FANCY GOODS,
CORSETS, KTD GLOVES.
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oc3 715 MARKET SPACE.
Fall And Winter Opening.
Mme. T. B. HARRISON.
1329 F STREET.
(Opposite the Ebbitt,)
WILL EXHIBIT A CHOICE SELECTION OF
BONNETS AMD BOUND HATS FROM THE
LEADING HOU8ES IN PARIS AND LON
DON.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.
Ol-St OCTOBER 4 AND A.
y, ?? Ifm s a. 1 .til *9 * * WW ? ?* ?
Fm Mroops.
PLAIN AHD FANCY SILK SCARF* FOUR IN
^fapp TICKS* MX
W. S. TBHU
s24 936 Pennaylvani* ava.
WANTED?HELP.
\V ANTED?CANVASSERS TO FO&M WATCH
clubs; security. Address CA5YAB8KIS. >Ur
office. a6-3t*
WaxteivIa good max. to solicit for
"" Watch Club. None but an experienced oue need
Good term* cu be made. Box 111, Star
office * It*
w ANTKD-A li?8T-CLA88 CABVA88ER FOR A
v i book just out. Room 15, St. Cloud pufldin*.
06 3t*
\VANTED-A TEMPERATE M \N, LOOATFD OTT
" ? side Washington. to represent an old bouse 111 hia
section. Salary to begin #70 i^rmo iih. Re e-en?as
exchanged. MAN 1'FACTI'REB, Lock B>x 15X5. New
Wk. o6-thAi.4w
V\T ANTED?A FIRST-CLASS CAKE BARER;
1 1 must lie able to ice and ornament well; steady
work. Address ADAM'S Bakery. 198 Main st.. Nor
folk, Va. o0-:U?
AR
AM A
lt?
WANTEIV?A COMPETENT. RELIABLE COL
ored Woman for cook and general house w rk;
GhmI reference# required. Apply 1323 Wallach Pla e.
'tween 5 and 7 p. m. o6-2t*
WANTED-A COLORED OIRL T DO OEXEK AL
housework, must stay nights. 506 11th st. n.w ?
WAHTSD AT <once?good Woman as pastry
cook, waires $25. Two rood German dressmakers.
First-class positions. Otj er help, male and female.
BL RNHAM8 HELP AGENCY^fcaO 632 F at. u.w If
J AN . ED-TWO DRESSMAKER APPRENTICES.
Call lot two daya at 70B I It. n.w. It*
\XTANTED-FOUR GOOD FIK8T-CLASS CJ
thoSas'"* 4,>ply at 20111 and V #U- BYRA\
w
WANTBD-A SHOE CLERK; MU8T HAVE EXPE
" rinnce. Apply at BYBJTS Shoe
Store. 1614 14th
o6-3t?
WANTED-A GOOD COOK. WHITE O. W. PHIL
*' LIPS, No. 2 Cooke Bow, Q at, bet. 30th and ,'llat
8U. o6-3t*
W ANTED-A LADY(UNMABRIED)AB PARI NEB,
1 1 with #500 to invest in a thorough, irood business.
Address Mr. WM. DAVEY, 615 Xe* Jersey ave.
References exchanged. o6-3t*
WAN i ED-A GENTLEMAN WITH GO'D BEF
ereuces and education to ? ng ge *itb I ouie
Library Associ.itL n. An ly at 935 r A . :*d flcor. It*
WANTED-A FIH8TBATE LAUNDRESS WHO
can assist in cban
Call at 13n0 N st. n. w.
cau assist in chamber* ork; relerencee r-otiired.
00-2t*
WANTED?COLORED GIRL WHO UNDER
stands plain cooking washing, snd ironing, must
stay nights; none others ne-nl apply; city reference*.
Call at 1101 13tb st n. w., at 7 p. in, 11
WANTED - RESPECTABLE AND RELIABLE
i " white irirl as nurse for two children and to
1 in chamlierwork? relereucet required. Call at l'Jt
! 13th at. n.w 11
WANTED-A GOOD RESPECTABLE WHITE
" Girl for general housework. Apply 1818 G ?t. n.
w. References. It*
\VT ANTED?FIR8T-CLASS CARVER FOR STE VM
11 table, one good Oyster Shucker, at SAM'S Hotel,
6th st. and Pennsylvania ave. It'
\KT ANTED?WE W ANT AN ASSISTANT" TRIM
11 mer and Apprentices in our millinery department.
also a |>erson to nt and alter garments iu our cloak dt*
partme t; experienced hands only. THE RON
MARCHE, 316-318 7th st. n.w. It
WANTED-DUNDORE'S EMPLOYMENT Bu
reau, conducted by ladies. Men and women, white
and colored, for all kinds of domestic labor, for District
and Rtat? a. with reference. 717 M st. n.w. s7-5w*
WANTtD-( OOKsi LAUNDRESSES, NURSES
Waitresses, Oyster Shnckers. Ilutlers, and otl er
bel". inal, si d fem le, (H d ua ter lor G rnan.
Swedish,Norwegian and a?l foreign help.) F. M. BURN
HAM'S, 630-032 F st. 00 :if
\VT ANTED?WOVEN COOKS, ?10 IO 140; < H AM
11 bermaids. Nurses aud Laundresses in city or away;
Waiters, Drivers or Farm H-nds. Colored Men Cook a,
o v4f COOMBS k Bi BiiEsB^OZti F it ti w.
W ANTED?A GOOD COOK (COLORED PREFER
* ? red) to 000k for boarders at 940 New York are.
n.w.; references required. o5-2t*
W ? NT ED-COO K. i 1 OTOtiO; MAIDS. NURSES.
'? Laundress, Houso-Workers. Man and Wife for
dairy. Uaitera, Scullions, White and Colored Butlera.
he erencea. At DICK'S Bureau. 613 7th st n.w. o5-6t*
WANTED - IMMEDIATELY"? A~FIR8T-CLASS
Tailoreaa to Eelp on Coata; also, a Wiute Boy,
about 14 years old, to ran errands. SN\ DKR A
WiX)D, 423 11th st. n.w. _ o5-3t*
WANTED?A STEADY GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; must stay at niebta and briny. ity
retereuce. Apply in store, 1109 F s:. u.w. o5-2t*
WASTED-MIDDLE-AGED, EXPE U.I E N C E D
white nurse :or > hild IS months oid; r?-feren<-es
required. Apply, between 3 and 4 o'clock p.m a'of
fi' *? of H. E. McR E, 518 13th st. n.w. u5-3i*
\V ANT D -RELIABLE AND INDUSTHfoU> \1 EN
" to t ike chaiw of tue deli v-ry of THE W ASH I Nii
TON DULY SI N. Apply to W. D. HI GH1.S.
2(5, Federal Buiidiner. o.?-:it*
W ANTED- A~ GOOD NURSE GIRL; M U.VT
' * briUK retereaces. Apply at 1442 Pierce Place.
o.V.'U*
vyanted-agents-the reverting find
11 A aurance Asstx-iation wants Atrents in Wasinu -
t 11 and in everytowu ..nd city thromr. oiit the United
States, on tertns that n:.-ure a permanent inc?ine- to tue
Went. Call ou or address H. V. MOHN. S 0 . < al
\ert st., Baltimore. JJd. o4-3t'
\\TAXTED-EXPERIENCED ADVEUTISIXG S()
11 <icitor to travel; sala.y. Aduiess. (rivnikr experi
ence and salary desired. J. P. C., Box 16, Star olhce.
o4-3t'
\\T ANTED?A YOUNG MAN ABOUT EIGHTEEN
" or twenty years of atre for a Drj-Goods nor.*;
must !>e experienced in same business and well rec in
ttn uded. App.y at once, 1920 Pennsylv nia ve.o4-3t
W ANTE D-AWOM AN COOK FOR SMALL H TEL,
11 white, also seamstress lor white sewing. AdUi ss
Box 121. Star office. p| Hi*
W ANTED?HELP OF EVERY DESCRIP1I0N TO
" Kepster with ibe COLIMI1I4 AoK.-CV, l(oom
6. latU Pa. ave.. second Boor; entrance on l^thst.,
opiioslU Palais UoyaL o4-3t*
WANTED - STRANGERS AND EVERY ONE
looking for Bu lnesa Oi enintrs or Employment to
Register with the COLUMBIA BUSINESS AGEXCi,
1 -01 Pa. ave., opposiie ?aisis BoyaL Business Loca
tions wanted. o4-3t*
vvANTED-PAPERHANGERS AT ONCE, R. W.
JJ tiENDERSuN k CO.. 1113 F st. n.w. oc3-6t
WANTED-A FIKST-t LASS CABRIAGE Wot D
worker. JOHN McDtRMOTT A BR )., 310
Pennsylvania ave. u.w o3-6t*
W ANTED-BOYS, WITH GOOD SOPRANO
11 voices; salaries paid. Ai rly at ti.e choir-room of
Bt John's church lueeday or Friday at 6;30 p.tu.
au27-eAth3iu
Wr ANTED-A DRESSMAKER IN EVERY FAMILY!
Learners tor Prof. CHKISTXEli'a new ??In
ternational Tailor System ' with any inch-mle or
tape-measure alone, as all scientitic tailors uui
< nuueiit Paris. Berlin and London dressmakers cut.
Patterns and materials cut. Lasted, draped or made.
Mine. S. J. AlEs.sElt, "Conservatory 01 Aiodcu."
FsLu.w. Washington, D.C. sit-2m*
WANT! D-HELP TO DISTRIBUTE AND COL
lect. #10 to $20 (>erw??kaudexpenses; payment
according to ability. Nice, genteel employment lor
ladies and irentlemen. No painting, receipts, or lium
buif. Write at 01.ee, enclosiug sell-addressed and
stamped envelope to EMl liiE, SLPPLY AGENCY, 7
West Broadway. N. Y, sep5-3iu
\\TANTED?AGENTS IN EVERY COUNTY IN THE
11 U- S. 475 per month aud expenses. Samples a.id
outfit free. Write, with stunps. ALL WORTH MA X
LEACTURIXG CO.. Butbenord. N. J. s:i-:tin
WANTED-HOUSES.
ii
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Wi
WANTED-T0 BUY?10-ROOM BRICK HOUSE,
b twven G and M and 19th an 1 25th sts.. juice
about (8,000. Address SEi^KEit, Star office. o5-3i*
ANTED -TWO 1ObTtHUKE SIX OB SEVES^
, , room brick bouses, adjomimc; all mod. imps.,
in good neighborhood, rent about $ JO. Permanent if
suited; smail iaind.e?: no child:<n Possession on or
before Oct. 15. Address Box 75. bt-r office. o4-3t*
\mT ANTED-FOR CASH-A SEVEN OR- EIOHT
Ti room Brica House, with ba'h tor from $2,.>(i0 to
$:i,000. Address MILLER, Star office. o4 3t
WAJTTLD-FOR A CASH C'USTOMER-SEVEKAL
11 small or medium-size i Houses that cau be sold at
a bargain. E. A. McINlIRE. 918 F st. ol-iOt
\\* ANTED?DIRECT FROM OWNERS. HOI SES
?i and Lota for cash purchasers. Auy pro|>erty
rlaced with us will be liberally advertised at our ex
pense. lieuts collected. Estates uianatre ). Insurance
eflected. HOlXAND A THOMPSON,
jel3 1313 F st.. Adjoining Suu BUiidiug.
w
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS
\VANTED?A GENTLEMAN OWNING HORSE
?1 aud buggy in need of out-door emp!o> ment would
like to engage with Urn in which same can be uned.
Address L,ox 45, Star office. oO-.H*
ET ANTED-BY A LADY WHO UNDERSTANDS
. 1 cutting aud fitiin". Sewing in a private family.
Address liox 0'J. Star office. oO-Ui*
VV ANTED?^FURNITURE. CARPETS,-STO\ ES,
11 Feather Beds. Clotniuir. W atciios, (j"Us. l'isto 4
niti Household Eti'ects. Highest cash prices paid. Ad
dress IT BAtJ M. 210 7th st. s. w. o'i
W ANTED?TO PURCHASE?A GAS-MAIN FOltC
iT ing Pump, citeap; must be iu good older. luquire
at >1. A. BEUTER, 606 D st. u.w. o5-3t*
Va/ ANTED?TRY OUR BUTTERINE AT -*0 CENTS
11 a i>ound. Doesn't get rancid; seeps beltertaau
Butter; satislactiou guaranteed or money reiurued.
b ulls 34U. 350 Vol Center Market, aud 544 Xorthern
Liberty Market. aud-10wa j
\V AN lED-BY A LADY TYPE-WRITER DESK I
Hi room in an office where work would be taken tor
rent. Address 435 K?i. n.w. o4-3t*
VV ANTKD-TO ftELL, A NEARLY COMPLETED
" l!-story-and-attic Frame DwtLaigin 511. Pi. a ant;
handsome eraser lot; terms easy. Address 1013
boundary at ol-7t*
WAk TED-WELLS DUG, BORED AND Dill YEN,
Y? Allk.udsof pmu|>saud pump stock tur .ished.
g^XH'ial attention paid to cleaning wells, repairing aud
Biaiuug pumps work easy. Ail kinds ol Hell work done
iu the most skillful manner. Terms moderate. W M
H. MOrFAT, 3-3 8th stn.e. Jjrl-4m*
ANTED-WASHIKOTON CITY OR SUBURBAN
propeity in exchange for good 0-ro m and cellar
brick Bou.ses in Baltimore city, unincumbered and
narliur s per cent ou Ta.uatiou.
W THOMAS A. MITCHELL^
s20-10t 934 T sl. Room 4.
kj an Ted-public speakers, sixgers. and
. T all persons wisntug 10 ikjsscsb a clear, loud voice to
Use HIXR1CH8* AUoMAllc SgLli.L DROrS. aweet
and reliable. Netar. 10c. at druggists. slO-lm I
YV ANTED?A YOUNG LADY, A BLONDE, WOUTd
11 like to meet some kind net.tiemau who will in
form her why leople will i?y i?n<y prices to so-called
opticians for spectacles when L i\ L1BBE1 is seiJiug
Geiiuiue Brazilian Pebble apecs tor $i.5u, aud a trood
eye-glass tor 25 cents. sl5-3m
WANTED-WTW. MOFFETT, 1321 F ST N.
basement. Commissioner oi oeeds for every
State aud Territory; office hours, 8:30 a.in., to 5 p.m.;
telephone call, 953-4. sl5-3m
WANTED-ONE MILLTO.s CASES OF SORE
Tbioat, Hoarseness, CvUirhs, Sic., to be cured by
HlXRiCHs AROJdAiiC ^v^clLL DROPS. HK-. per
box. at druggists. sl9-lm
WANTED?IT KNOWN THAT C. S. BUNDY, OF
11 458 Louisiana avenue kojipoMte City Hall), is
Commissioner <u Deeds tor ail Ute states and ierr
tories (except Marylaudl. my ll-6ui
W ANTED - COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS cuR
11 every State and Territory. Notary aud U. H
CouimuMoner. JOHN K. Bf.AI.I.. 1S2J F st. u.w
It oUim irum J tut to 5 p.m. toiepuoue 344-2. Ij
LQ8T AND FOUND.
Found-front of st. james hotel,pocket
book. containimr money. Call at Su James Hotel,
ttoom 17, between T and 9 o'clock p. hi. it*
T OST-OM THE 6TB IN?T..
J_iPark, ur bstweeu there and the a
a i>i?W 'Bd Earring, noturn to A
306l3M?w. n-w., and ascelve rs?
w
r'uff. tike other with ruby and jtearia. One dollar
willbepald tot iheto mum to 16U719th st. o?-2t*
T OST?BLACK AND TAB OIF; YOUNG; ANSW ER
1 jitur to the name of i^dna; suitaole reward U left at
?TSUSttMABB'S, 803 6tb st B.W. o4-3t*
WANTED?SITUATIONS.
WANTED-A REFINED TOfXO LM>*Tw?l
?J\ * * P'*iti Land, wouid like !S)~iuon ** copy
ill AddNM, Mating ternm, *?.. Miss *ORD. Cit>
"- O
VVAWTED-IMsiTIONS-rbB COOKS. H<M'sl
11 keeper^Maid*. Ft* ch Nuiw. Invalid Nur>e
nouMii.eti, Clerk*. B-*<k kt*i?pi, other help iit latui
K!V {TV1*- "tore* and ufflcn. F. M BURNHAM. ?5 ?0
?32 l at. n.w. It*
WANTED BY A CHAMBERMAID. A FLACK IN
? !,* fi'.r,v,'l'lni"y. can also wait on table. Adilre**
K. I', Star Office. It?
I \VrAN I ED-BY A RESPECTABLE WHITE OIBL
" .'."Wmb m ? ?liamU-riii.tid Mid waft!m III a
iir'vut^ an.lly c?ll at 1508 10th itrnt, on Friday
irom is to 4 p. tu. It*
WAXTED I am A 8TE4DY. HOv FST AN1? KN
? ? ? o? V-'Hinr man. Who will ?ri\? tue a a tua
Uoti. Relet eoct s Ad.i esa It F W Cap. at If
w
r ANTJ p_ BV A KKsl EOT API E YOUNG W 111 I I
iC i! ! ** 1 'wriuaid or w:?itr.-?? in pri ate
family. l>e?t city rrfmiKM. Address "E." Star i ffie-.*
"IVANTED-BY A 'hH)D. REsPECTAPLE COL
?'?* t<> drive in private fa unit <<r
?tore, c.nil at 2 laitb st eiteud^il u w. it*
Wi?1 F,?-?Y A SETTLED WHITE WOMAN, A
ST. i^lL1.a,i"n,f^'n a,nnurse or care of invalid 1 ..1> .
nderstands all kind* of sewimt , ?ris>d rvferance lTn:t
st-n w- ' 06 St*
UT AN TED-SITUATION BY A STEADY YoUN?t
* "mv?.T ?*-*??*' advancement. Ad
dreas PEN MAN. S;?r office lt?
W ANTED-PpsITIOSll FOK COOKS. HOUsE
HoiiuTnlin M*ds, French Nurse, Invalid Nurs. r,
hef iL Bo'ii'keepei*. other hell in f.-nu
?So p ?e!#- Bt"re# and office*. F. M BURNHAM. 030
tt ? t it n w. * ob-St*
W ATMHF^DQrAIlTEns ~ POSITIONS
*7 rwT.J. 'kJ'- Chambermaids Waitr?w?, laundress
??r*?. Saamsttaea. Men * altera. C.Kika Coach
ov?> Coombs & burgess.??_??! fat u.?.
WlNJF.n PY A COMPETENT Yol Nfl MAN OF
. V ?taiidln*r. ? poftit^n ft* oo!lc<*ti r for 1U*1 K*
Mercantile. < ?kkI r-1. rem ? n? to
character. 4c\ A.ldrcas COLLECTtilt. Si r rti.-o o.V"
WANTED- KNOWN TOO CAN GET HOI si
"" keei-era. t,o?.ks. Maid*. Ualteiosa. laun
dresses, Seamstress. Butler* Any uationalm with
reierence* At DICK'S Bureau. <113Tth st.t u. '>.V?;c
IVANTKII-A SITU A'I ION BY %Coio|:ii< wo.
* 7,ni*1} k- <?o.wl rt-fer- nee furi:isl.<-d.
t. M.. .?t)? t street s. w. ??Xit*
\ViMHi BV \ ioomvii or l;?. \ IMSI
I' Uon m? cl?-rk : >i ? had two year* ex|H ri. it. . inlaw
ottj(-e. will come liitrhly recounucudoJ l.v u?i . ?
ployer. Address CI.EICK. Staroffi e.
\VT ANTED ? losITION 1> 8CU<K?L OH DAI I V
ft i-if"veri,.s. Iiy e\i erlence'l tea. her ..( | -L ,ij i
?lid For. JCU .a: < and mnxic. the luiri:< ~!
euces. AihlrtiM* Bui 11, Stat' office. 4 :ji>* j
\V ANTED BV A VOFNti WHITE WoMAN. \ i
T? xitiiatio ! a- chamlieriiiiad. t r chainh' in ^ ,, j
waitress; ifood releiences. I'leuac call at K14 1 \ h
?ve. u.w o4-:tt*
W ^ l - SITE ATION BV EXPEHI1 V. i D
" rrei chmar. co. k in private faiuily. n >
?ea. I KANi OIs. 10','S lT.hnt. n.w. ..4 :<.*
eiu
W ANTED?BY A RELIABLE SETTLED Nl I^F,
" i* I'l <* a.-< Nurse of one bahy. b ?t utj r? f.-r
?nces. Adilress 4;ii l.idtreHt. u4-3t*
\V ANTED-BV A YOI'NG LADY. A PLAi E AS
,t?*-?rr?ter OU tbecaJiirraph. Addroaa MISS C
3042 M at.. City. o4-.-Jt*
VVANTED ? ALE IN KEAHCH OF RELIAl'I.I
?>v i . r*1*1 r their w aiita with til. col.l M
151A AGLNC Y, Hooui 6, flour. 1 UOl i'a av.?,
n. w., opposite Palais Uoyal. Small fee cUatvd lor
Rngmtenujf. o4-;ti*
W ANTED -EMPLOYMENT" BY "a VIRGINIA
" Iwyinwuif i uiilic or i>n\Mte iuatituiion. t au
B\e heat relereticea. AJdreas MltS. A. C., Bo? MU.
i huiAud. \ a. ol -6t*
WANTED -ROOMS.
\YtANTED-A WIDOWER WANTS AN EMPTY
?? room, separate eutrunce; price four or fi t- dul
lira a luuntli. A ldre?> Box 4 . star office. oti :jt*
WANTED?FLAT OF THREE t?R FOl K UNFUlt
uiHoeti Roon.s for li<ht tMuaekee. imr, c ntially
located, about $ J0 per luou.U. Aodre a NON iN
<Vi -ITI > i. biar i Mice. otl-'Jt'
\\' ANTED i o RKN'I . BV I EhMANI N 1 JIN
* J ant, 1- nr. i-hed Room with private tut lifmcii
F and I and Llth and lSlb sis. u.w. AJdri-** T W K ,
Star office. tJ|j
\\TANTED ? DINING-ROOM AND Kill HEN IN
. , , larS!:.V.IV*A* '?8S house Where looms ure i-enteil.
Address DINING, Star^liice.
\\T ANT Dr-HY A GEN 1 1.1.MAN, BGOM IN N W.
* * sVf l,JU ?i iity. Address, stktiiiK terms, c. L,
blar onice.
\YANTED?Rot ?lfS?WE_HECF.IVe" Nt'Ml .Ol s
wr liiQturies lor ul> kuid>.<an tent *??n toxoid
parties, tl I. rr.(n>teniu. information five to t o,o
w ishimr rouma. KooM KEMlNu AGENCV, til Hlb
s.iU tit*
V\TANTED?ROOMS?MORF. CUSTOMF.Rft THAN
?T we can >UM l'arti) h havitiir ixmiiu* to tent < all
b?ve money by cousu.t iinr u? No charge until ixsima
are rented, huuiu A^reucy, yds t at. D R v aiLV
jylo-4m
COUNTRY RKAL ESTATE.
1^?H 8A1E?IN MAPYLAXD. ABOUT EIGHT
? tier f.. tu citj. a jr it aim irarden farm i f v!l
?oe?. *i?b co tnire, well o. ?hter. w ti pomp close l>y,
si bl mr fcc? tLe who e u 1 ? a wi.h (f ...d p a. ..uJ
t n 1 iDniir. i oi .e n.s call or a ua-M M Mc
b ,l-? e-.or Mb.-.. II M Me
Nr-i.LV, . ? ^ lltli 8.. a. e. o.t) wA:^I ni*
ti^OR RENT--'.. At RE FARM 8-RouM Hol .^E,
stal l nir. saiiU Bprin^ am! creek wa;er. 10 mitiutev
! waik from lilit -ttlrw.1 c;?r . iieut lo? to reliable t. u
aut. Apply at HENDLRSHOi T'S DRUG n.oi.E,
j cor. Fjojd 13th. o6-3t*
Ii'lRSALE-AT OtJLl.KGK STATION, B AND O.
R- R-. * arm of loti acres. 0-rooiu houae. on hiii half
. mile we?t o. suit on . be?^utilui views; >nade an 4 fruit
J?nMBt??*y. Addres.-as above. Dr. EMsl ILLi-. or
C HANDLER (iKLou, luuti 1" at. u.w. o.V'Jw'
\V ANTED?A KITE FOR COI NTRY HOI sE
il witi.in five miiua of ? ashiiiKtou, i.,?rii ground
With woods and water; one to ten acres; b. c? lot will
do if accessible Ca-h down if cheap, suouiiwulot
cranks need not resiKjnd. B. x 47, >tar offi. e. o4-:it*
OR SALE-TWENTY BUILDING LOI S OON
t.iuiiiK SO a? res. air. loisat^iou, to persons wlio
will bu.ldat Ainu.eii.lale. hitrt.,heaith>,.md ?roo?l wat r,
13 room h u e ai.d id a. re, :iOO. \ lsit or a<lur.>s
DAN'i. A11UEN. Amineiiiiale, Mil. o4-?>:*
I^OR hALE-< HEAP?Lois AT FoREST t.LEN,
N I., on tile 11. ? 8U. .I1V1-IOU, 1. 'J, and 3 cents p. r
loot Fore t (den is on.y V.'H iiiiuutea nue lromcitv
J. R. HEKl Eoi.D. 14^1 \ t st. s'Js#-lm*
I^OR SALE OR EXCHANGE? XiO AClil> TI>f
l?r Liiid, ^^>oll8J ivania ? o., V ,i. Also, a fine Farm,
improved, in same oouii;>, of y:,|? a. ;es. Also. l;tti
acres on llailroad, S lolles from city. 10 .'a,T.a. S
Utiles from citj ; olie 40 acre trai t Ulilllij roved, alid
one of 7?? mrua. Citj j>ro| erty t. kei in p. t
111U.UAS A. AiUCuELL,
f-'tj-lOt B34 F st. So .ni 4.
1, tilt RENT-A V RoOM HOUSE AND s ACRES OF
fine laud; Kood oUlhuilililiKH. n lw. ll a..a, ted to :
trucking or airy 1'urj >>ses. in E.. t Bladensouiv. 10
nun. from elation. 4*0 a mo. Apt ly
MAUiOA DUCKFTT.
Attorney-ai-Law. Bl dcn~bunr Md.
HOARDING.
? i
0??1| 141 H ST.. WITH BOARD. HANDs. MELY !
t" ^" luu.i bed Rooms SiUKleoren suite, with i ri
vate oath, re.ecence U. 8. LOFiO.'*. Caterer, for
merly oi 000 1 <th st. u.w. o.">-tft
tj*OR RENT-GENTLEMEN WLlH GiXJD REi-ER
encea desiring tiioroUk'^ily comfortable borne,
witn boanl. in c. ntral iocaiity. addreaa NuRlH AND
SOU 1H. Star office o."?-2t
A GENTLEMAN AN EXPERIENCED CATERER
has arranged for an ele^ai.t houae near the
BnUsh M-iiiaier'-. on Connociicut avenue ami N
street, beau.i.ui riM'ins au 1 an eieiraut table, witn the
comforts of a home and the use oi parlors, will Is i.ir
nisoed. a few Jami les lor the sej-Mou of < oiik-. ess or
the winter, reieivncea given and required. Ad re^a
R. M. T.. Star office. o4-0l |
1, OR REN T-UM E" ST~nTViTnICELV 1 Ult
nished i.ooms.with Iloanl. ?-<<k1 Tab.e Board ifH ..O
per week. house has all modern 1 provements. o4-3t*
J^l-RAGl 1 MANSION. lilH AND E SIS N. W.
Fj re\eiai | leasal.t, well-furnished rooma, ? itli tii>t
ci^Ss l.oaia, si. ot.ti and thim Ho. is. sl?-4u*
BUSINESS CHANCES.
WANTED?TOBOKBOW OK IMPRoM D PBOP
| 11 erty ijS,0t?0. btst mortifaire; Ashlord's tui?-.
proj^ r y wurth double aiuoim. n ?ji irea. .,t o pn . , .aj
no commission. Addreaa Box 03. Mar ? lin e, oti-lli"
l^OR SALE-MY STOR1. ON THE COR. NoKlH
X Capitol audi sts. n.w.. will atd .heap for c.t-h.
Ail.tress lnuueaia ely, CAsH. star office. oO-3;*
\VT ANT 1 I)?(400 FOR SIX Mt N 1 HS. BY A l.E
11 sponsible man, for which two per cent a iiiontn
Will be paid. Addrese L. L., ualx- P. <j. Lux 36? i uy.
oo-tit*
1?0~R SALE OR KEN f-A WOOD AN D COAL V ARD
in luO northweai. G. k. ATi^i.t, 1411 O at u w
o3--w
L'OR sALL?DINING-ROOMS CEN" 1 RALLY LO
X cated, doiuif a KOod business; an exi-e.leul Ofpor
tunitv, a rare chance. Commercial omen. w:i? 1 st
D. iiAMtk. ol-l w*
SIX PER CENT LOANS. GUARANTEED BY THE
umaha Loan and 'trust <;o., Hou. A i . ViiHAN,
lalt Ireaourtr United t.tes. lT.?ident. interest ami
Principal paid b> tne Chemical N.Uoual bank
*i. PALJikJi, MaahiUK.on Airent.
s-v3-3m 14is F u u.w.
COUNTRY BOARD.
COMIOLT UE'IREAT-DELIGHTFUL RESORT
moUL.ta.ns oi Alary land, one mue ftoni Hari?r'a
leir>. Lrst-ciaoa latixiUatfe throughout the iear
bass n~liu.tr and hununK; *ti j^r week V*. m'
CXALK. Keep ir>at, Maaiuiartou County, Jid. aUO-liu
PERSONAL.
\\TILL THE TWO GENTLE WEN W HO CALLED
' * ai 1140 Sth st. mw. tVaihek), Wednesday even*
iUK, call a^ainT jt.
IF FERDINAND WM. HERMANN. WHO LIVED
at 4 id New Jen*y ave.. m July. 1HS4. will cable his
fcu.lreas to the 1 reach Con ui at .wancbeaU r. En*.,
he will hear something to nia ad\anUtfe. o.i-lw
C1IY1L SERVICE EXAMINATION QUESlIuNS
/ and Answers. Send 10c. to book-Btore- or to
^ ILV'NN, A. M- Iv, institute,
a28-lm* Southwest cor. sth and k ate. n. w.
ON ACCOUNT OF 1HE HEAVY DEMAND UPtiN
us we are now prepared to |*y tu.l value .or Oenti'
f ccond band Ciotlauir. Addivas or c-ii at JtSTn'S
Qiu Stand. 010 Li at. mw. a^O-tojalti
AS, D-1F YOU WANT CANDV FOR Vol R
*? ' Sore 1 nroat, kc., buj i^ndy ; u you want
medicinaldroj* to cure the trouble buy UiNRIi HS'
AUU uAilC SQUILL DKOPW. ' alO-lm
V BALDWIN JOHNSON DESIRES ALL CASH
? buyers of coal and wood to call on him for price*,
laoillliea uiiaurpaaaeu by any mm lu Uie coal 0.11
net*. Main ollice corner llth at. and ii. I. ve. llrauch
office#?oil A at. u. e. aud cor. OUi ft.i a (LW
aulO-.tmo
FOR RENT?MlbCELLAN EOU^
la'OR RENT-NEW STABLE IN COX S ALLEY,
X rear odd 1 ellowa' Hall, 8 atalla. elevator, com.ate
olock floor, bostler-a room, gut, water, and
Vk? fL "***> *. FIUJ>. KLiv
JLSXc ?U Hill IU B.V? ott-ot
? XQE f^^MWBRICK BTAALK, BEAR OF 18^4
P Baud atalla and carriage rMuT Apply at 1?24
a24-13f
if OB REKT?IN THE RKAB OF 1*20 N S.. BE
r twrtu 14tb and loth at*, near Thomaa* Cirtle. two
awnr Bnck Stable, lour alalia, concmia, water, ma and
cuaenman a con vemencaa: ^0x3o leel ueep
M- M. lAi.KjLb, 1418 F at.
I^ORRENT-TTTPBWRI1 KRfL 15 FEB MONTH;
tn-ULanenu. UUI A. CLARKE *
M/fti ?00 JT SI B?V?
FOR RENT-ROOMS.
FVKn K.KVT-? NKrExisHir. *mvm.'
l'r ; -hth"!1"! 1,11 S "U< ****** l4tu ti; i j.-Jg
? ii di hoiwkirpinf,
???? \.y'v * ,
zxscsz- awssr
F thi?5E(i!* 1 I.I.IK Ft'EK MHM? I. > \
? ? en tire i i."r' 'J "Ul|,> *W Wtivi* lutu. I.. i
I l~4 x?ou.a. MnJl.. f;N,r- of rtirt.it ? It*.
F'i!!L",Vr ?*?*?
Al l l> li-.'7 i ig . ,.V""J ? p??
Fk"?"?ui. tM'.,V \, ,f-? It. \r
? ife or Miurlr ipd'.I ,, ' * . ' 'r Ml- ,.iati ? J
? ???? owi t*h m. u ? .cori;;'", ?*?*????jji;-?
**, \ ..'J'HK jv r. w w
K?" "NT-l'KM K ST.. URUK |? '*
I room. ?<?rotu1 |,t * u ? *m . n?tf | |i% \r
lurtjuhed. Kent aud?iii? ' * u*?lr
rusi&wh??&4 -???? ?;.a?
wr/ rr1?' ? n\: * j?'; %
l.eated and fL-lited <Muriillul l *iiioi, k V '
wut. 1133 laUi at. n a tK,i' n^a
1?X>I< KKXT-ELEGANTI \ I I HMsHKO kl). Ms.
?n auite .If ainrta. Will, |.iivat !?., i. . , M,*"\
location. 1017 14(1. .t ii ? b.H ' { " 1
Un I'?rk. IWemnt whur .1 ' r ,'^V*,4i
I,V?K U NT?NICEt \ Ft BNISIti |> PR \ . t M
?olllh-ni rftiviirv ?'ll A. . . larw> , t . '
lor. I a hie lk^nJ U d?,wl M., vXl">U* \
I^OB KENT HAXD80MKEY ITliXIsaHi I Ml
lor?. ain^le or en ?uit.-. a*.. |4.-aa?ut !.?..?,* tn?i
or without Hoard, at hint K at u.w
]>?K BFST??t:?MND lUNHI \\|. n\, K ..../
lor. tit>'ely I urtiiali.vL Ltaatlou in t-liia, .t \ l
?ln-a* K S? K ar otNi,c. I,,
1 V?K liKVI- IN PK|V\T? t Win \ |HO|,. ^
M ? uU flour li-'iit. aiul two on lli r.lt! , , t? ?
ai luiid>Miifly furni.iinl. liN-ati. ii ?. ?i. ,, , ( '
lnii.1 ?v?>. n.>ar 1 .tli st.. rrtf<*r. ,,r. . i, "
ol 1'. V\ I I 1. ,v M tciidAAN. 11iiis I i.t n A ,
l^iWi Kl XT? ?*7 1> .>T, N W. lot Ii I \|| ,u
? in?li.>.l r>?'nni tor hiilmi'kii i ihir, ".I f . r ? ,
e.i'l ?ll>V 1U kltrncu . Urtr ?"11> Mail an.I |>< i,.
ilitr. I^rKe >arii . 1 at 1-ara |>aai> tea* ai.?l u.ilic*
^?H Kl NT M \M>s?iVI I.V H HMsHI I" I;. \ s
<? niiitooraiit?rl? 4 l? Ctli ct n w ,4, <?
1
1*?||- Ul.M IN |'KlV\n: t AMll.V K| t
l? ar.l. lo a party of four or iw|wi at. I> . t ?o li. 1 1.
h- 'ili'ly fliriltk!!^.! htnti* ..f rooitia. >i.*?inilil) a.1.1 . .
tii4.i\ IdtaUnl, the Itont ftrc?>iniiic?diiti??ii in ?\?i\
fioliwl t.. ?lllniir to ? ,r
It. A'l.lroaa A H t . y . Mar . Iti.ti ,4,
I,\;" ?ext-i.ak'.*k si?\n sroiiv fuo\t
'? ..'in. . uriiinln-1. alv.i, li.tll-ro.iui, . "miiiuiii. at
lamli) .{.in lu.llMiia atH. . i>?|er <>;( lit'"
|>>K Kl N | Kl I.MSHKK A\I> I XI I IAIMII |l
tli. 1 .V r.V Jon-We, Hi ?U 1 una ol tl., , ii|
w, ; " V"r ""l Iiiformaiiun Ir-.. t, u
A*reu,y. ?..{* |. Ht KAMI ,. <41 11.1 J
1* 1 nrtV uM T,H,hll I NFI KNIWHKP K(X)MH TO
*<iu?r2i 1 >'m M'^T'P ?? lk""'? ? r?l- r. n.-. *
I ir. ie ' Kliod? lalauj ave.u. w? n.-ar I ??
. ? .it
FY" " ' 1MNI>Si )M | i.\ || UN ls|lKr> Si ll F
n-.n!- ?'"h' '-tli. Aral Hoot ala.i, .uiala
?t n w \\ S l7ilr?!ii'*J Krf. reu. t-a M .'OI4:b
ai. 11.w \\ > L.??l | uV l aiprvr. aVd .!??
Fi'fn .'i' * ' . 1 *"l.?>h \Sl? CHAMBI. 1 tsl t
JI full> luriilalifHl. ou tirat t1i~ir. a| | J> |ttl t? K at u.
Ffl.^.r^liai?! I A,1LVH AN, *' "H'l! K)V,tiN HKsT
?* liior, litud<wui?|) lurii'?li?,i. t.,1,1^ ...? M
orBKBUroKiwum* ,i.,h t.it,,,,!!?
F'?K ken. TWO Ml EKV t 1 U*|SHU? IKON C
1 rounia xOUtlMTU >'l|H)atu... Ifo.t mil *t Ol.| ..-It
Mi.nut \ >>rnoti Kyu .f?,. ' ? ? '
1, OK III N1 I WO l M i k\ [s.i() |j(?, .\m |: \ V
I Wliulow^frouunir a- tith. tii-uia; I u,tli
II .oT *1.? .iirivaie launl> ouard it Ueanvii.-JVla | u
1 '
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J 4'tllllltlllllltati K 1( ? ill- I. . . 4 H a I1'"
i mi.t t.i luti . 1 . * * 11 ,0int fl *11, ?? 11 \h
N nt i! m A.N-AII..H. An.ii mt 1444
1
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nioiui. ,a iiui.bI tloor, ? (i.. Uu .1 t?.Mi ...
1 ... r..v.111. 11* 1 i w,n '?
1^'" KK.^7rM,< N'"' ' s'sm !? "Ii AMi ;tlJ
1 t1o..rs.?unal.l.-i..r I. .a .? hw?K
k.U'li.Mi amlaiii.UK Fuotii. ,.4 l'?
l^OK KI.NT ? !? 1 I N. v A\| l.Mi.il MM Iff
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.."i'V". ,"e.rai<^'? l"" *?*? door In . Uilari ii irmI
kud tal.li' ImarUera atVuluUindttMl. ? | - (?
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I^oKhi Nl KlKMsllII) KuoMS, SlNl.l t nil
en HUite, eoiiTeutf-iil to car* ?iai. tire ll deairt-d
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I^OK KENT- Ml7 NEW YOKE AVK. TWO < <?*
muiil.'atllitr | arl- m. d.*.'|i 1 n li eoliveui.-ut Ut
tiiree iiuea ol cai * thr-e untniu- irom l ai. ui 1 ittl. e
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t aterer iu houae. ol lw'
l^OK BENT?Ft'KXI>HI D.IO AT I 11 I I ^ AKI.' BS
M. Mllte, ill prival.' Iioiim*, i.a> ?uj |.i?b ali i o, . u
Ki in e\er> liou**' in u . 111ti o-iaJi
li.iiit icicitii. c? rt-quirud. iiOl h -t n m
nUl.i>w*
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lorx .-II euiteor , ? aI.( l.^ll r .... ?.
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rooiiM. aeil-fumi.-lnt<L hiiu-'ie oren-uio- lin, -|i
l?a ii* lli.'ludwi ili.Kl.Nti Ha ill IAili.1 >i:s I II 7
O at., ?t'|i..HlU- Kwi'11 MoQW. I Iu
J^OK KENT WITH BKsT TAI'-l.l. H'lAKIi. AVU
every ii.'iiie e* lui.-rt, well lunii-.ii. d Itt-o-! . 1 ?,
?miaide tor two |t . n.-tr In idi. a and t . uu. a\e
cam. relt(iei.i e? r gill ^d. 17?lB .\l al. a.!U .it*
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liali iMiiiieli iuriiiai.nd. Willi !. .aid, fa*, ual>.?
tefttin U> deairab.e |>et>olik ei.k,- utti..ii?P, li li., 1 . U
at. u w.. Just uorUioi K aud i raiia.iij faiM . in.. ~t l.a w
l,ut>- a JU lM*
I^OB BENT?ELEUANIT.l i 1 KNIHHEH Hi*
eu auit. or amk'ie. w.tl. ti.-t-. i w. Utile Uwrd.
liall riHiuis. Kelvreiicea reqiured. 141o N .1 u ?
aelO-lli.*
I^OK KENT? "JIM AM) ?_'!>!? * lsl sT N K. I?in.
bleiwrlor. witiiUMtaudtnu. alatiel?rut-r.?>li. lioua?i
? ii l.u|iro\eiiit'UUk lor Kali*, tKun.oi) hriek in tine io
catiou. inciuiuuif irroier* l.uaiiitj?a. Kll 1,1 .l u.b.
bH-1iu*
I^OK BENT"?FOIIK WKLE-UUHTED. \ENTI
lattil r?H-111H, bunted b> *uuiiu. ?u r?uite or ?m.^leu
over JA ilLb ?!. t? \S Io chj.So eloiiK. is.r 1 a ?>?.
?n.i l?tij ?t kit' 1 iu
l<Vm Kl VI A I 1112 H ST N .v KIi'EI.V AND
* comfurtuWy fnniiah?d fonnuuiiu-atlK I *ri r mid
fct-druouj. Also, . tliei tiKti rooutN. witli Una:. 1r?? tud
Otttii. at it'A>uuakbtti rdt<M. n j.i .isu
J^OK KEN 1 H HMsHKI) AND t'NI I KNIsHI I)
J iMolna. eti aillte or Ml^rle . tali.r IfcMtid allik..r..m*
v ,lu Uutrd 41.> week l.reaklapt, 7 :l<) luu< !., 1 t,. | _
(UliMi, AuViuen. .114 ulid .li'l luil ana a\ ii w a. '.iti
FUR RKNT?FLATS.
ItKNT?THh H.ORI Si I . N'Utl HUKMO ?a.
lier li ?lid J , lb kUm J u. lilcftlitil Ai artiiit Jil*
AinO,
i >ltice t ?u rtmi fl-or. ol-lw*
MONEY TO LUAJN.
*:mh? ?.miu * 1 111 mi
n-tHf, *1 .km fMHiu, ?.?:,(??. ii...,,*
t 1 a. it al i .-lair, t liatva m.nteiate. N. .? |uj
" ' i- A. Al. IN 1 ll.i., ?.i n E ht. i. w
MUM.l Ttli.iiAN <i.\ i.Im IsiAIE sLC. 14
it> at IkUi h. mtr* t.f 'lit'-lf^l
,, .... . , A"' i;t?N A AKOOMIt*.
Kc;.i l.stute. LoaiiN aii'i ii.-urui. t, JUl?4 k al n ?.
ol-tif*
it ,ti (inn?iu loan
O -I'M)
;?0tKI ON KEAL ESTATE.
l.taio fJv'-"-'j THOU. E. WAGGAWAN.
LO/> N H?
K.*i 1 state IxiaiiH. Anuy and NavyOOkm' lay
A?vuui?l't uctl. iMMvu UU11U,.< Am.?'1..|. u au4
oiutTal (JCikl* A.\lJ iiONu.M^oiili AliiAlXli |.< l Al,
l'Ai Lii, and OiLer tir?l-c UM b'x Ui ilitn. No dc<^y
Hliert; tecumy i? *kaj<L
w 14. H. l>empbey. Brok?*.
iCO-Jin 1,24 Nea korkave.
MONEV TO LOAN IN HI MS IlAM.IMi U4
?.HIO to *lo,Uu(i OU approved tval ? rlate . Uu .1. -
1?i N. . liatves tuukiUtUc. JuH> MjU.X AN .V < <J_
140. Eau ?7-iia
SITT, ON llltof.
K*{ll illkll 1N To si ll. ON I
vO\' tVUl/ claae ivai ealalt- ae. ari
A. t. HILL tOll.
_ B?-lui 1.I3H F Kt.
MOs EV To LOAN tT IXIW WI KatLm 01 I S
Urreat, on A|>pr<.veu reni eatal.- aiiuate 111 tl,. lit*,
lilctol CulUuibla No deia> vtiieu mi .iiU} In aUi|i,.
I t.AN. Is b Uulii N.
Ileal Eatate and Loans. Kfctl i al. u.w
tkllllk llllll lu K<'AN ON WAU1 LAM)
O A 1/ laiiua and Country i la. ea.
Xeiel'UoliC . t?y. li H. W Ai 11'., 4 CO^
au jii N. Ctorim et? iMiliiiuirt,
\|ONLt TO I DAS
JJ. on Utuii Estate Sis nrity.
UULLANDk TItOMl-ROX.
_Xl.'t 1313 1 at , A.ijoiiiinK hut iiinidiiif.
\kONEY ALWAVti IN Ol K 11 AN On lu LoAji oj
Jl aatiaia.'tor> r>-ui estate ae. Uiily, it, auiua U> aa*L.ai
i> and o per cel. 1 miereat
HiiJ. a Johnston, t:is i5tii?t.nw.
\iOMV io LOAN ON LLA1. Lsl Alt, 1J? aU^LA
jJM. to aul*. at oaual lausoi int. r??i,
K.OUOLTZMAH
acl.? rr?rti^r 1 Oil. and Eat* u\r
M"*" ~
A. 1 Klerate conuiiiaHiona. No Ueiay
au:iO oLQ ? i.lNLi eor. H and llith ???.
m. oNEV io loaj? *
ff
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Ml/AIl 'iOLOAX ~
EtoT BATT6 OFINTFJIE8T
A.I.A1 Lai Ali bLCl HI'i k
14A?^?^*i?>HLB*oau
- la-* E at. a.*
Money to loan on beat estate a a low^?
,?o. uanenhoweb k SON.
-'!?* iii.->e,Y
MO?* TO LOAN ON KEAL estate OB FIESt*
ciaaa atx'UiiUea, at ,o?eai raUa 01 Uilcruak k?
t-tiai witeie Utcewkimt> lavaal *?
*>? C QitLEN. 301 Tlbal. g w.
FOR RENT?OFKK RS
11*0? BENT-1HE HANDbOMESl Sl"I7 E OE O?
boa roouia in w> aani^yioii city, inlly tuui, ; -hL or
' nuolJt ^ U at. ti. U. HoHLii i too a.
? o4-3t*
LH)B &ENT-& DESiBABLE OFFICE. MM ?iw
r at. a w., auitable .or a dot .or. h iui wuT-m Ja
by one for ae. eiwi yaara Aool* X W
SON, 1428 N. X. ar* ^ A

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