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THE EVENING STAR.
WASHINGTON:
TTCIDIT >??? e.uber S, 1?*J.
? ki?BV *. >?*W Filter.
Tl? tmii| mu baa a trgular, praanrnl
kna Me dallv rlrealaliaa m?rr than treble
I bat ml mmy albar dall* |>aprr pabliabed la
Waabtaataa. aad aarb irralrr Ibaa thai
af all Iba atber daily |> m pe r? bar* added
MgMkVi
Wayne county. New Y<nk, a republican wrong
told of like rt-Lhot variety. which gives the can
dlJates of ita favorite party such majorities an
twenty-four or twenty.Are b indred In a UHal
vole of acme thirteen thousand, la in a state of
great agitation over the contest for school com
missioner* in two dism-fx. The republican* bare
nominated well-known gentlemen for the places,
and lbe democrats bave retorted by naming two
beautiful young women, etch with a bead of
golden bair anJ eyes of deepest blue. The canvass.
It Is perhaps nced.esa to uy. boa been free from
those dls: ~ess r.g personalities whl' b usually are
exchange.] when the array of contestants la con
fined to Th? sterner sea. The rival candidates
hare not investigated each others "records"
in search of dark blots, but bave con
tested IfeOSMltn with presenting their own
claims to fie suflrtM of their fellow
iitUen<. a quieter political ssasna las been un
Vauaii In thai neigUborh *?i- NNMof the most
active work for the democratic c udldates baa
1-ean docs by young men who never before voted
any but the republican ticket It was a shrewd
move on tbe part of the opposition?choosing two
such standard-bearer* as these, and forcing the
ilondnant party to a choice between partisan
devotion and Instincts of chlTalry. But It will
not do to predict the result Ull U.e views of the
t.axetitimenta) old larn.ers who lire In tbc remote
T iTU of thi county an- expressed at the polls.
The presence of bombs in IJnsnr's c*ll Is varlons
lv explained by the anarchists. Spies, Flelden
and .Schwab th1 uk that Ungg is crazy; tual he
r\p?cts and ae-'ks to die, and means that they
Miali die with 1.1m. Klscher does not know what
t> think. CngellsstlU too stupid from poison to
think. P.;rw>n* explains that the authorities put
the bombs :n tlie cell to Influence public o.dnlon.
J ars.ma is of the same order of explainers as
sunbo, who accounted for the presence of a
< hleken In his hat by -oijijestlng that It must have
rrow led up his pants' leg. Llngg, who should
know most about the matter, and would undoubt
edly pn-seot the Parson's explanation. If there
were the slightest foundation for It, keeps sullenly
?iulet. Th*- bombs are not of the Hopkins' order,
tut powerfully destructive. The natural inference
from the affair In Its present light Is that Lings,
perhaps with the knowledge and assistance of
famous, hid punned as a last r-sort to destroy
the Jail, S.stnson-llke. and with It himself and the
ether anarchists, or some h<>i>e of escape In the
breakage and confusion of an explosion may have
dwelt in tbc minds of the sch- liters among the im
prisoned anarchists.
A dlscortenii d writer for the Sunday OtpMnl
thinks that Ike star sencouragcmeM of the re
quest of the worklnginen f?>r a free library and
reading room la tli.s city Is ??.? parous piaster for a J
t roken back.'* The back of the worklEgmca ol this I
city Is not broken. They are prosperous and
vigorous, and their succes>ful parade indicates |
the fact. Thk sraa'a position upon most of the
requests for general legislation, m ole by the re
solutions, u well known to its readers, and
It gave special approval to the only one
which appeals directly to the people of
Washington and can be satisfied at this
time. The grievance of this writer seems
to consist in the fact that the fellow citizens
of the organUrM worWlngmen are generally of the
opinion that the decisions of courts upon legal
questions should not be dictated by public demon
stration.*, whether of voters or non-voters. The j
1'1stnet worklngmen have disclaimed for their pa
rade an intention to frighten the courts, and will
iieed to be protected from the imputation of their |
Inconsiderate friend to t he contrary.
The Commissioners indicate that the proper
mode of tr.easureui nt from school-room to bar
room, under the 40O feet regulation. Is by the
usual road of travel, and not In a straight line.
Tbe question Ls l?-ft open wbe.uer the measure
ment. shall be alon^ an Intoxicated man's or a
sober man* Usialmad of travel. If t >e straight
l.ne Ls to be departed fr e;j, 1 would srom to be
>1 in pie Justice to tlie t:.< >-t numerous class of
travelers to the bur-ri??>.u to m ike the measure
ment eonf >rm to the fluctuations and deviations
ot their r ? te. It is also indicated that, to be pro
hibited. tli l>ar-ro<>lii Inil-t lie on t:ie same street
v ttli a ml. and It Is n->t sufficient that It Is Just
arcund the ijri.er. Toe t'oiuuiivJ >ners rely up>>n
toe m'IkwI bojrs to stick to the stralgut path which
14?.? the s. q.ol, and to avoid tut- crooked way
? uich Veao-i around tne comer.
rvidcice oivumulates that Gor.U >rdon of (leor
gla did not kM (ien. Morgsn In Uhio, as alUvf*!
The repor* to that cfTe?'t Is said to be a campaign
lie, an example of the desjierate methods of Arner
ran politics, political lle-<il?tr1butors have noticed,
however, that the denial I- not comprehensive and
hweeplcff, Lut 'united as to time and person, and
the question hoa been ral^-d, too late to be met be
fore election, wuat Morgan was kissed if not (ien.
Morgan, and Viere was he klsseii, if not In Ohio.
? altunnlatonof the antl-klsslng (M. (Gordon and
the non-kis?abi.* <ien. M"rgan seein to have acted
< n the old pre< edent that his is a gcsxl enough
Morgan until alter the election."
Th* sham tattle arranged to take place in
Newport bsrtxr Is po^tponi'd till Wedhe-*lay.
The OBtensih e reason for the chsnge of date ls
the lmpi^.lbl.ity of perfecting some of the de
tails. But for this official explanation. It might
have been susp?-cted by the public that the post
ponement was due to lack of m?n to carry out the
program, -.wing to the number that have been
><eni to the hosrltal by accidents occurring during
the recent experiments.
General j ve son. of Macon celebrity, denies that
h* was recalled from his post as minister to Mex
ico becau.-*- be got drank there, perhaps, then, it
wan becadse be talked too much. There are sev
eral tortus or vice or we.ikness which disqualify a
man for the public service of a government that
w lahea to be respected, and people have a charita
ble way of assuming, when offences of a certain
kind are lomndtted, that the offender is not In a
condition to know what he is about.
Of course the George party was entitled to the
*12 extra election inspectors, and happily It ae
cared tbera before ela tion. The uncertainty in
regard to the united labor party vote in New York
city was relieved slightly last night by a general
agreement, baaod upon the aclitm at Lb* court,
thai u would poll miu votes mm.
Europe is disturbed by a new and dangerous
growth which has appeared on the throat of the
<-ermaa C'rowi Prime. The news has already
**nt the prves of toreign an. urtties down and
started Into fresh life, In Berlin, Vienna and St.
ITteraburg. the popular apprehensions of political
trouble to come.
fi'B-T liars Elbb:
seal bein sarQrr.s from #125. vp.
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ASI'OlUrK n IW. roLi.AKSINHt.VVi.lt,
? C1K1X. MONKEY. AND OTHEll PI HS
BOAS, r? YDS LOJiO. IN BLAVP.lt, SLTRIA,
LV> V HAkil. AMD UTHLIt H KS.
Mltrs. IX b B A V E It. OTTLB. Si I" TBI A,
SEAL. lilt. ABDOi 11 LB Kl KS.
KL'MiAS HAUL MLtis. FBijM 75 CKXTB
CP
LADILS- sr AL CAP*, OLOVES, AND EL'B
W1US11.ZTIS
ECBTBIMMIXaaoE ALL KINDS.
DKT Ai'BAULL I lk CoLL-tltM AND CL'FPB
lokuixt SO'. LBl'OATS.
OENT S Ft B CAP* OLUVE8, AND UVT
FLEKM.
BUYS HEAL SKIN CAPS rBOM tl TO ?.->L
< abkiaul r.uBLa and coachmam
CAPEA
HEAVY CLOTS CAPS FOE GENTS AND
Bulk
OENTHDKEftflSILK HATS. S-VS6 AND BE
?OFT AND STIFF HAT*. IN ALL THE LA t
FST STYLES. AT ?L #I.W, Si ?a.60, ML
?J 50. AND B.V
SILK AND ULOEIA TMBBELLAB. WTTH
GOLD AND SiLVEB HANDLES FBOH ?B.50
IP.
HANDSOME AsSOBTMEXT OP CANES.
TLL-S.S *. OA'S CE1-F.BBATKD ENGLISH
SILE AND DEBBY HATS.
Den i s London dblsb eid gloves
J a MLS Y. DAVIS' SO Si9,
1201 P?uu- avsaua. Cor. U'tb at
E?t?bit.bej 1S30 al-3m
^EGABldBG CBYSTAL D1SCOVEEY.
A My bub la tba aortal < Irela wrttaa "hintpn
Musi) *ra>. I lata uwl alatuai ???o r.aivrwr in
uar.?t hi & auiiiii iicu I ojliiMd j aura, aud
?lac w aay it auxm uy part
< Uao aad .*>U| uc diMaraaa
fcava eared aiy Iwadaroo, tu 1
gaiw labiact. My luir ia avw
uTHh ui ?i j l:?sua eaiy
Fct aua M drisrta.
nJ X4tb and landed and D ata n.w.
THE WEATHER TO-MORROW.
Fur w<*th*r. pr^rei^d by nin In Honth?rn Virginia,
litfbt to fr**^h vrliidj nhiftimr to northerly. cooler
WedofNiday morning followed by a slight rise in tem
permlnre.
Xo-3Iorrow8 Great Show.
"PALAIS ROYAL" UPHOLSTERY DISPLAY..
A VERY BEAUTIFUL EXHIBITION.
RICH DECORATIONS TOR TOUR HOMES.
FILMY CURTAINS AND GORGEOUS DRAPING9.
HIGH-ART NOVELTIES AT SURPRISE PRICES.
Tonll ?*? few things m lb? window font lt> the de
partment on th? ;kl floor ths display will agreeably sur
rrtM. We bad visitor* thia morning whoss homes are
(be icmt of refined elegance. iuJ, whose shopping ex
perien.es srs cut confined to Washington or ev*n the
United States. We are proud of the patronage of the
elite of Washington -not berauan of ttielr aortal po*l
tton, but because their refined taste gives weight to
their flattsring criticism*.
To m? an idea of the Rite of the Upholstery, Honaa
kesping Good* and Blanket departments we need only
writ*' they cover thai entire 3d door ovsr stores No*
1117 and 1119 Penn. ave., and 401.40.1. 405 and 407
12th at. n.w. A bright light from spacious windows
facing west and ^onth. and evei y accommodation
fur visitors wishing to write letters, read the papers,
meet friends, Ac , make* this floor tba favorite of onr
patrons.
We sre having a patent air cushion attached to the
elevator, and is ? few days will give an eihlbition of
Its virt ues. Look for notice of the event her*. Tba
elevator r>|*s are to be cut at the sixth floor, and the
funous "runaway*' will be received on ita air-Ailed
bed so gently that the passengers will not be spilled?
the passengers will be glasses filled with water.
The Pal it* Royal elevator is to be absolutely safe, as
the exhibition will demonstrate
CURTAINS.
CnriJlOO Curtains and Portiere*are cheap?cheap
b??ause we know, (our patrons have also so assured
as) the Philadelphia and New York prices for Identical
goods range from 0105 to * 115.
Our Curtain Scrim at 7c. is usually retailed for 12)40.
yard. We quote tba two extreme prices but claim for
the thousand and one intermediate prices equally
superior values.
AN EXTRAORDINARY BARGAIN.
.V) pairs Nottingnain Curtain*. designs a facsimile
of Irish point curtains, worth 4'?0 Our price is to be
(2.50 a pair, but ws regret to write mora cannot be
obtained.
I#" Hot el proprietors and others please notice.
Some Chenille portieres ?t <7 a pair, our buyer as
sures us sre as g.xxl as sold by hlru when at Wanamak
er'a for $7.60 a pair.
TO THOSE WHO HAVE WAITED.
Just received another case of that Embossed Plush
Lambrequin. 13 in. widest 75c. a yard. The last of
tlieae goods.
FURNITURE COVERINGS.
A half-dozen beautiful novelties of oriental design
and colorinir in the new Rrocstelles. *4..">U a yard. The
Ramie covering* at 50r. a yard ure of beautiful tapes
ti y designs and color*. Prices for finer gooda creep up
gradually to many dollars a yard.
TABLE AND PIANO COVERS.
Felt, clotb. plush, chenille. Jute, velour, tapestry.
The variety of sizes snd price* make thia branch of our
department A LAMB DEPARTMENT IN ITSELF.
Extraordinary vaLia-i are some Satin finished table
cover* with brocaded center* and bonier* for #1 35.
The Madras Hearts at 30. .">0.?!?. Hoc. 41 and 41.25
are In gn ater variety than you'll expect to find in
Washington.
SMYRNA RUGS.
The prices like the aizes begin amall and end big.
The design* and the artistically blended color* are
causing large sales.
ABOUT THE PRICES.
A* with Rutrs so with all the Palais Royal Uphol
ster) Good*. The prices sre the low st possibly con
sistent with fine good*. Why our prices should be
lower than usually quoted l* be- ause WE BUY AND
SELL STRICTLY FOR CASH. and. are direct agents
for the home manufacturers, and direct importers of
Luro|>ean novelties.
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nH 1U7-U10 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Wlas. W igs.
Gents in need of invisible and perfect fitting WIGS
can be suited at reasonable prices, at
H. PHILLIPPI,
nH-Ot* WW 7th st n.w., upstairs.
2,000
the number we had on hand, ynu know Well,
there aren't quite so many of tliem now. We sold
SIX HUNDRED
Of tbcm (Overcoat* we mean) last week, laaving Just
FOUKThEN HUNDRED to be disposed of.
"A az iz a squib," remarkable ill that it is the
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1 he representative of a New York Ann, largely en
gaged iu the mahulscture of ready-made clot In 111/,
offered to buy this Ml tire lot of Overvoaiaat our retail
price He de, Iar? d that ws were retailing them at less
than the actual cost of manufacture. We declined this
flattering oiler in favor of
THE PEOPLE.
Who will oblige n* by ca ling "early and often." aa we
do not believe the lot en band will *upplT the demand
of this week Please observe that no chaug* has been
made in the schedule of prices:
OVERCOAT CRAZE.
Victory Cass. Overcoat-irood value for #10. Our price
?."..S7.
Chinchilla Overcoats >>iue snd brown, bound with
doub e warp Italien Italieu body lining and satteen
sleeve lining -WoUid be cheap at 41 ~ ? Our price
4t>.7:>.
Storm overcoats?check* and plaids. Invaluable to
th. se who sre exposed to all kinds of weather.
00.5O.
Dark Melton Overeoats? strictly all wool, double
: warp ssnre lining, I n.cy rloeva lining, velvet collar,
1 real value 413..>0. Our price
I 4K75.
line Worsted Overcoat* (Oxford)?double warp
serve lining, satteen sleeve lining, velvet collars, richly
worth 415. Our price
?0.75.
Chinchilla Overcoats?snuff color, silk velvet piping,
double warp Italien lining, velvet collars, worth
41U.50 If they are worth a cent Our price
?10.75.
Storm Overcoat* (plaid)-Stru-kly all wool, equal to
custom-made. Experts have valued theae coats at 418
each. Our price
410.75.
Dark Worsted Ovarcoats? Double warp Italian lining,
satteen sleeve lining, silk lacings, equal to any $20
overcoat on thia market Your cnuice of thia lot for
? 10.75.
Chinchilla Overruata- blac* and brown, all wool, im
port .si, full satin lined, hunt laint nor gooff into
'high strikes." Steady! The shock la a severe one, to
othar dealer*.
414.75 buys any one of either shade.
English Kersey iivercoat*?brown, slate and Oxford,
body of coat sua sleeve* liued with "Skinner's" best
sstin. We challenge you to duplicate any of theae for
l?aa than 435. Our price
42075.
VICTOR IT ADLER'S
Ten Per Cent Clothing House,
W7 and '?>*,'u 7th st. n.w., c truer Massachusetts ava.
Htnctly One Prtos.'
n7 OpeuSaturdayuuulllp.nl.
'aris Evening G
oods.
WE HAVE 0PEND TO-DAV OUR IMPOR
TATION OF PARIS EVENING GOODS. CON
SISTING OF FANCY ILLUSIONS, NETTS
AND GAUZES, IN ALL COLORS. WITH A
FULL LINE OF MOIRE SILES TO MATCH.
AN EARLY INSPECTION IS SOLICITED.
ONE PRICE W. M. SHCSTER ft SONS,
&7 919 PennaylTtnlA
Johnson, Oarner & Co.
SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK.
rtrt-lwh All-wool Serge 37)*c., reduced from oOr,
44-inch All-wool Diagonal 50c., former prioe 75c.
B-4 Ladies' Cloth for Tailor-mads Suits 75c_ 4LOO
mm.
SPLENDID VALUE BLACK CASHMERE 60. 02)4.
and 75 eta.
LADIES' ENGUSH WALKING COATS AND NEW
MARKETS AT LESS THAN OOST.
Bargains in Undsrwsar, Hoaary. ftc.. ftc..
Chi dreus' Ribbed Hess in Black and Colon, Foil
Regular Made, l.'tt.
40 do*. Ladles' Hose In Plain and Fancy Striped ISo.,
lurtuar price 25c.
BARGAINS IS BLANKETS AND COMFORTS.
OUR CARPET DEPARTMENT Is stocked Witt
everything that is new and desirable in lagrala. Tap
?stry and Body Brussels CarpeU at low prices,
Floor Oil Cloths, Druggete sad Art I
JOHNSON. GARNER ft OO,
036 Psa
See My Window
Nsw and Largs Assortment
MADS ticks a^dDn^Iaiid SCARFS
50c. eadL
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FOB THREE DATS ONLY.
TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY.
NOVEMBER 8,0 and 10.
We offer the choice of Sixteen Hundred
Pine FUR DERBY HATS. In all the lead
in* ihape*, (or
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ONE DOLLAR ASD THIRTY-FIVE CENTS.
Not one of the entire lot worth Im
than 92.35, and fully five hundred of
them worth
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your choice of the lot for
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n8 SEVENTH AND MARKET SPACE
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JUST RECEIVED
A new line of
LACE CURTAINS, PORTIERES, TABLE COVERS.
Ac , which we guarantee to *ell
25 PER CENT BELOW ANY HOUSE IN TOWN.
OUR LEADERS IN LACE CURTAINS
A very pretty Curtain, 3 yard* Ion*. taped all round,
BOc., worth 91-25.
An extra value for tl. ta ped all round, 3 yard* lonr
3H yarda ionic, handsome pattern. 91 25.
Our 42 Cnrtain* cannot tie duplicated anywhere for
lew than 92.50.
For 93 we are ?howinv an elennt a**ortment in
either white or ecru, worth every cent of 44.
Our (4 25 Curtain u the beat value we have in the
hciise.it is 4 yards Ion*. and a beautiful patters,
worth $5.
An entrant linn at 95: 10 different pattern*, in hand
come Brussels or Taiubour effect*.
OUB LEADERS IN PORTIERES:
Three we atart at 92.85, 3 yarda Ions, very pretty
crone atripe, worth 93.25.
Very heavy croa* atripe at 93.50, worth 94.
An aleirant Chenille Dado at 94.50, which cannot be
matched for lena than 95.75.
An elennt rW-inch Chenille Dado, 3M yarda lone,
at 9~. worth 98.50.
An elegant line o[ Silk Turcoman* at 911.50, worth
every penny of 915.
CHENILLE PORTIEBES.
Very handaoiue patterns, all Chenille, at 90.50
and 97 50, 3 yard* Ion*, 40 inchea wide.
The Cheapest Chenille Portiere* aver ahown In
Washintrtun.
50 men,* wide, 3)4 yarda lonir. in either cherry,
maroon, blue or olive, at 9? 50 a pair, worth 913.50.
We are showing 11 different pattern* at 911.50 a
pair, heavy Vienna Chenille, worth 915.
2 yard* wide, all Chenille extra heavy, at 918.
turili 92.'k
Imported sheila*. worth 930. Thia ia aamalllotwe
born- ? \ery cheap, and we have only 3 pair* in maroon
or ?.) . ao t- secure tnem you must call early. we are
groins to sell them at 91W. Remember we have only
3 pair*, and they are worth 930 - pair.
TABLE COVERS.
NOTE THE PRICES CAKEFULLY.
Chenille, all colore, handsome do.-igna.
6-4. 92 40. worth 93.
8-4, 43.50, worth 94.75.
Tapestry Cover*. 8-4. 92.75. worth 93.50.
Spun Silk Cover*, 4-4, 91.25, worth 91.50.
Plush Cover*: the price* we mention we know can
not t>* duplicated anywhere. Stand, nine. S.V;
medium, 9165.. 4-4, 92.40: H-4. 94 75; 6 4. lined,
*o..',0. The plush In tlie*? Cover* 1* the beat, uot the
cheap grade.
India Silk*. Fimired. handsome pattern*, 32 Inches
wl<le, 75c., aold all over at 85c.
CUKTAIN DBAPERIES.
Real madrcs. cream, 27 inch, 20c.: 30 inch. 25c.:
50 inch. 35c. and 40c^ Tinted, 27 Inch, extra quality,
5'i- . .",0 inch, 50c., 65c., 75c. aud 85c., all beautiiul
designs.
Also an lmmeuae assortment of Printed Draperies at
all prices.
CURTAIN POLES AND CHAINS.
A 5 foot Pole with Fire Oilt Brans Fixtures, 24c.
An elennt line of Curtain Chains, ranging from 10c
a pair upward.
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n7 7TH 8TH AND D STREETS.
'Philadelphia Store"
Will offer thi* week a choice lot of new good* in all of
their deuartiuenta.
In their L nen IVpartm?nt will offer 12 fine Damaak
Table Cloths 8-4, at 91.65: would lie cheap at 92.
12 do. 8-10. at 92.25. worth 92-75.
12 do. 8-12. at 92.88; worth 9350
Nipklm to mitch.
In their Drea* Oooda Department will offer a few
more o. the 3<i-lnch Silk Mixture* at 37 Ha
Have lust received a full aaaortment of 54-inch
Ladies Cloth*, best gooda. at 7ft .
A splendid quality of Broadcloth*. 54 Inches wide,
in Biue, Brown, Black, and Loudon Smoke, 91.25 per
yard.
In the Hosiery Department will show choice thine*
ind many banrains.
In the Dresa Trimming Department we have nothing
but new and choice thinm, and all at low price*.
In the Fur Departm st will receive dally bargains;
It will pay you io call and examine.
In Uunderwear we are coming to the front, and an
exainln itiou oi our stock will isll you why.
In Curtain Department more bargains. Call and ex
amine, No trouble to ahow. Wa have made Lambre
quin* "very pretty," cheaper than you can buy the
b&re male. ill for.
Have just recatved aline of Ladies* and Men'a Fur
top Kid Gloves.
Will have more thi* week of the Silk and Lial* Um
brella*. Will iruarantee the color and wear of every
one. A full line of Uinbreilaa lu Fast Black Gingham.
Gloria. Mohair. Silk. Ac.
New stock of Blanketa at low price*. New *tock of
Bed Comforts *t low price*. New itock of Carpeta at
low prices. New stock of Bun at low price*.
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A Sew Stock in all department* at low price*.
CAKHAUT A LKIUY,
n7 828 7th and 700 K at*. n.w.
Hocsekeepebs' Goods.
TABU LINENS, TOWELS AND NAPKINS.
WE CALL ATTENTION TO THK ABOVE GOODS.
STOCK IS labgk and baboains mat bk EX
PECTED. BARNESLY'S DOUBLE DAMASK, TWO
YABDS WIDE. WORTH 91.60 PER YARD, FOR 91
riNE DAMASK AND NAPKINS TO MATCH. AT
PBICKS THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU. KXTRA BAB
GAINS IN TOWELS. SEX OUB 35c, GOODS, THEY
SCBMUU EVKBY ONE.
E. O. DAVIS,
710 Market Space.
A PEW PIECES OP THOSE CHEAP B1BBONS
LEFT. LOOK AT THEM no
Opening Or French Bonnets
an
ENGLISH HATS
MONDAY AND * UBSDAl
OCTOBER 10 AND 1L
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We have bought a lot of I>0 doien of MISSES'
BLACK RIBBED HOSE. Some bare unbleached
feet, and wine black feet with white heels and toea.
The sizes run from 6 to 8M. We warrant them resnlar
25 cent stockings, but the Job waa offered ua at aurh a
figure we intend to make a drive of them, and to
morrow morning we will pat them on iale at 2 pain
for 26 cents. This ia a surpassing value.
We have boturht another lot of 60 do ten LADIES'
HOSE, comprising all sizes, in black, brown and drab.
On the heels of these stocking* ie stamped $3.33.
which ia the wholesale price per dozen. We jot them
under price; in fart so much so that we ar-- going to
offer them to-morrow morning at 25 oenta per pair.
At the same time we will offer 25 dozen LADIES' ALL
WOOL kIBBED HOSE. In black and colors, all a zea,
at 40 cents per pair. Ordinarily those stockinet sell
for 50 cents.
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n8 310-318 7TH ST N. W.
Guarantee to teach any one to m<ke a
liie-size crayon portrait In 15 lesoons. No knowl
edge of drawing necessary. Lessons day and evening.
J. w REYNOLDS, room 13 Mar building, cor 7.h AE.
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WILL YOU DEPRIVE YOURSELF OF THE
NEW CARPETS, FURNITURE, STOVES, OR
OTHER HOUSEHOLD OOOD9 YOU ACTU
ALLY NEED?
WILL YOU TWIST AND WRITHE UNDER
THE WEIGHT OF NECESSITY YOU SEE NO
WAY OF SATISFYING?
WILL YOU PAY THE HIGH FIGURES EX
ACTED BY BO-CALLED CASH HOUSES
WHEN TOU CAN OBTAIN THE SAME
GOODS FOB LESS MONEY WITH CREDIT?
WILL YOU TAKE THE TROUBLE, IF YOU *
WANT ANYTHING IN HOUSEHOLD
GOODS, TO EXAMINE OUR PLAN OF EASY
PAYMENTS-A PLAN. IN MANY RE8PECTS.
DIFFERENT FROM THE CREDIT SYSTEM
OF ANY OTHER ESTABLISHMENT IN
WASHINGTON - A PLAN WHICH HAS
PROVEN ITSELF TO BE FREE FROM BUR
DENSOME OR DISAGREEABLE ENTAIL
MENTS - A PLAN WHICH OPERATES
LARGELY UNDER YOUR DICTATION?A
PLAN NOW ENJOYED BY HUNDREDS OF
YOUR NEIGHBORS AND FRIENDS-A PLAN
WITH WHICH ALL OUR CUSTOMERS ARE
8ATISFIED?AND A PLAN INVOLVING THE
MOST EQUITABLE PBOVISIONS OF ALL
PREVIOUS SYSTEMS?
WILL YOTJ CALL AND LET US EXPLAIN
THIS PLAN TO YOU?
HOUSE A HERRMANN'S
CASH AND CREDIT HOUSE,
ol-ew 021 AND 023 SEVENTH ST. N. W.
A Great Sale Of Dry Goods
BY LUTTBELL A WINE,
1030 Pennsylvania avenue northwest.
In order to make a change in our business at an early
date. Wa are offering to the public for Fall and Win
ter wear the following induce menu, vis:
Beauiitul tt-4 Broadcloth fur ladies' wear, at $1
Forth SI.25.
Beauuiul 0-4 Striped Cloth, all wool, at 75c? worth
jssfsi ti awarwS
oOc,
1 be best Black Henrietta Cloth In tha market at SI
Splendid line uf i>reae Uooda from 26c. to $L
Klegaat J-lald serwea at 2Uc.
All colors all wool t'lauuei Cloth* at 25c.
Silk Velveta in all ehadee at S5c? worth SI.
Uaok bilks at 75.8dt.Sl. Sl.25.iL50. $1.75 and S3.
Wa guarantee the prices in the goods, the famoni
A full line of Elannela, Blankets, and Domestics at
loweat caah prices.
_ A full line of Undei esei in cents', ladies' and ohil
dnu'i.
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LUTTRELL A WINK.
1080 Pa. ava. n. w? eor. UOtA at.
New Advertisement
or
WOODWARD ft LOTHBOP,
cot nthNirmt t.
Art Embroider* Department.
The enlargement of this department enables
tia to (how a more complete stock than ever be
fore. We take thie opportunity to say that the
Wonted*. Tinsels, Embroidery Silks, kc. sold
by os are all imported. sad era better thu the
domeetic roods Inasmuch ss thsy in smoother,
of full measure, and othenrias superior in point
of strength, finish and weight
German town WooL single and doable, white,
black and oolors. Only 20a par hank.
Zephyr Worsteds, split, single and donble,
white and black, (Jc. per lap. all colors. To. per
Up.
Three-thread Saxony Wools, la all the ilesira
bls shades, only 15c. par bank.
Bpanlsh Knitting Tarn, in all the art colors.
Only 20c. par hank.
Full line of shades in Frosted Floss, I OS
Wools. Also Smyrna Wools, Crewels, etc.
Wa hare a few broken lots of Colored
Zephyrs, which we offer at reduced prices.
Imported Tinsel Balla, In plain shades of
Gold, 8ilver. Copper, Terra-Cotta, Dk. Green,
and s superb variety of exquisite fancy mix
turoa. 10, 15 and 20c. par ball Tbeea are
imported and In every way superior to tlis
Domestic Tinsel Balls.
Gold and Silver Thread on spools for etching
Tinse la 1 Mscrame Cord. In balls of Uti yards
each. Only 10c. per ball.
Tinselled and Chenille Cords, plain shades
and mixtures.
Miniature Bells, Slides, kc., in Nickle, Silver,
and Gilt.
Gilt and Silver Chain* by the yard.
Banner Rods. Paints for Gilding. Plush or
naments, embracing Crescents, Acorns, Spikes,
Balls, kc., kc.
Ready-made Stamped Linen Goods, snob ss
Whisk-broom holders, Winnie sn<l Double Shoe
bays, Laundry bam. Dust hairs. Umbrella rases.
Immense assortment of Stamped Bureau,
W'aahatand, and Table-covers, Tidies, kc.
Large variety of Nottingham Lace Tidies, all
sizes, 7c to 45c each.
Nottingham Lace Pillow Shams, White and
Ecru, 30 In. square; tape bound. Only oOc i>er
pair.
Cambric Pillow Shams, 3X in. ruffle, liem, snd
four tucks. Only if 1 per pair.
Silk Plushes, in all the latest art shades, both
plaiu, smiared. and marbled effects. Elegant
line at $L50 per yard.
(Second floor.)
WOODWARD k LOTHROP,
Cor. 11th and F ata. u.w.
Quilted Satin Linings.
This stock is ready and ample enough to moet
every demand. We quote:
Black Quilted Farmer's Satin Linings. 27
lnchea wide. 50c., 80c., 65c. and 75c. per yard.
18-lnch Quilted All-Silk Satins, in seal, old
gold, red, black and cardinal, only 50c. per
yard.
23-inch Quilted Silk Satins, all the dark and
light shades. 75c. and (1 per yard. ?
(Limn* Dept.. main floor; 11th at. door.)
WOODWARD k LOTHROP.
Corner 11th and F sts. n.w.
Blanret Sale Continued.
The success of our special sale of Blankets has
been most gratifying, and clearly demonstrates
the fact that a better moneys-worth of Blankets
is not obtainable in the city. Selec ed from
every Blanket section in the country, and pur
chased In immense quantities, at rock-bottom
prices, we are fully prepared to meet every de
mand and guarantee to name the lowest figures
l<ossible to quote on like qnalitlea.
SPECIAL?We have about 105 pairs of White
Strictly All-Wool Blankets, which are very
slightly discolored on the edges caused by the
red binding ruobing off. A very slight Imper
fection and dees not impair their wearing qual
ities in the leaat. We offer them as follows:
Size 10-4, weight 5 lbs., worth (5, only #4 50.
" 11-4, " 6 - '? 6.50, " 5.37.
These are the greatest values we have yot had
the pleasure to offer.
(Fourth floor.)
WOODWARD ft LOTHROP,
Cor. 11th and Fats. n.w.
Little Army Of Dolls.
We did not Intend to say a word about Dolls
for some time yet, but in view of the immensity
and beauty of the stock we can no longer refrain
from advertising them. They were imported
for us, and aa we cannot duplicate a single one
of these again this a< aaon, we recommend that
you call and make your selection while the as
sortment la unbroken. Wa have:
Wax Dulls.
Bisque Dolls.
Washable Dolls.
Eld-body Dolls.;
Jointed Dolls.
Jumean Dolls.
Talking Dolls.*
Clos.ng-eyes Dolls.
Baby Dolla.
Turning-face Dolls.
Pai>a and Mama Dolls, kc.
Dressed and Undressed Dolls, blondes and
bruuettes, with and,without bauK?, with and
without shoes.
Dolls of almost every description.
We pick out a few for honorary mention, viz:
600 Dressed Bisque Jointed Baby Dolls (3
inches high), golden hair, movable Umbe, only
15c. each.
800 Kid-body Bisque-head Dolls (foot high),
blondes and brunett- a. only 25c. each.
Same, size larger, 50c. each.
500 All-Bisque Jointed Dolla, turning face,
and movable limbs; golden hair with bangs,
only 50c. each.
250 Bisque-Head Dolls, foot-and-a-half high,
lovely golden hair and bangs, with pretty white
cap, only 50c. each.
200 Bisque Turning-Head Dolla, with kid
body, one foot high, shoes and stockings, fine
head of hair, only 75c. each.
200 Bisque-Head Jointed Dolls, fine bead of
flaxen hair, beautiful features, stands a foot
high, only 91 each.
. 200 Bisqus-Haad Jointed Dolls, white kid body,
goes to sleep, stands two feet high, and wears
shoes and stockings; blondes snd bruuettes,
only t" each.
Range of prices: 15c., 25c. 35c., 50c., 75c.,
87c., $1. 91-35, $1.00. *1.75, 92. 92.50, 93.
94,94.5a and un
WOODWARD ft LOTHROP.
Cor. 11th and F sts. n. w.
Bargains In Silk Laces.
We offer the following lots of Fancy 8ilk Laces
33 per cent less than their usual selling price:
Lot 1?3H-inch "Novelty" Silk ..aces in Pink,
Light Blue, and Cream, also Pink Silk and Wool
Laces, only 80c. per yard.
Lot 2-4Vinch "Novelty" Silk Laces m Pink
and Cretin. also Pink Silk and Wool Laces, only
25c. per yard.
Lot 3?8*.inch "Novelty" Bilk Laces in Light
Blue. Cream, and Pink, also Pink Silk aud Wool
Laces, only 37XC. per yard.
As we were only sble to secure a small quan
tity of each lot and atyle we advise an early call.
WOODWARD ft LOTHKOP,
Cor. 11th and F sts, n.w.
Few Special Attractions.
DROP IN TOWELS.
95 dosen 30 by 40 Extra-heavy Double Hack
and Blrdeye German Linen Towels, knotted
fringe, with three-inch faggoting above, blue
and red borders, from 50c. to 37)*c. each to
ClOM.
DROP IN NAPKINS.
SAO dosen % Bleached German Linen Damask
Hapklns, full selvedge, fine quality, handsome
patterns.
Dollar quality to 00c.
Dollar-and-a-half quality to 91.
This offers an exceptional opportunity.
(Second floor.)
Table-full of Ready-hammed Crash. Kitchen.
Roller and Plaid Olaas Towala. which wa have
had made op in oar own work-room. Also
Butchers', Market-men's, sad Waiters' Whit*
Dueft At*eML
This la a new fkatara, sad wa offer thamall
at prioee oaloulated to give them a wide lntro
Weady marts Linen nests, $5 par pate. M
low Osass, 9L 28 and 91.50 par pair.
(Beoood tsar.)
WOODWARD ft LOTHROP.
* Oat. 11th and r sts. a. w.
W ANTED?HELP. (
\VANTED? A SETTLED WOMAN POI^GENER AL
" housework st 1241 3 <d st_Oeorr*town. 1t*
W 15>- FIRST-CLASS TA1L0RE8S TO WORK
to store. 1418 14th St. D.m it*
W^TFP V *?'!? 1? OOOK IS A
lift "t^ family. with rsfsrsccea. SU1 1m st a ?.
\Vt anted~awoman to cook and assTst
W ? lOTOMO.JiAln* xuuO."
* t?un lreaa, House-Workers. Mao sod Wlfs for
dairy, *ut?ri, Scullions, Whit* and Colored Butlers
Referencee. At DICK'S Ar?ncy.6137thiln.* nS-Sf
WAVfED-NfRSERl GOVERNESS FOR TWO
*7 SPliir?11; Gentian stor?-n>oni woman for hotel,
ana 41] Brrt rl??!> women cook* open fur FiinfrnirtiO.
to report at DICK'S Agency. tilJ 7th .t If
Wanted - volunteer tenor aniT bass
* ' Since? In en Episcopal Church rho.r. where good
P'mc"?e '?n be obtained lu singing flrit-clue English
Church tnuslu. Ada re-a DICK. NS. Star office. It"
\VA* lKD-~A~BOY BETWEEN'16 AND 18 TEAKS
v ? old to wotk around and carry out rood* in a gro
| eery store. Addreaa K. U. li.. star oit. e uS-.'Tt*
"\vanif.d-a settled white woman for
* ? fenerai housework. Apply atIHKJ E st a.e. It*
\YA.M ED-A COOE. ALSO TO ASSIST IS WASH
' " lug aud ironing. 7:10 Mb at. n.w. n?
Wanted _ white horse shoeX mTor
more per week, end iro to Lynchbur*. Va.. at on***.
I *P,mVi foot. va?b aud iron, am*! 1 family for Ht?rk
ville, Md. City reference*. DlCk'S Agency, 013 ?th
! ?t. n.w. It*
\VANTED-CLOAE ALTERERS. NONE BIT
J,*iC9tJ!i*t*nt hand* need apply J. a HUTCHIN
sun, IHI7 Pennsylvania eve. It
MJ ANTED-A C(X>K, ALSO A HOUSE 01KL. AP
ply at Dr REkBCRN'S, 212tt F at n.w. iiH-Vf
WA.MED-WOMEN COOKS, (10 10 (40. ? HA*
?T * brrmaid,. Nurses aud Lstindrt??p*inclfyoraway.
o krivera or Kariu Hands Colored Men rooka.
?W 8AM L A. OOOMBb, 926 F at. u w.
\\tAN"TED?AN EXPERIENCED GROCIRY AND
' 4 1 ..eat clerk. Apply uortheaat corner 3d aud Mary
laud ave.n.e. It*
XVANITD-A LADY WITH GOOD REFERENCES
for 'urbt employment. four boursa da\ , not under
20 years of atse. C. D. AI.Dh RsoN k CO. VX'i F st.
1 to 4 p.m.
W^ri?9r^.V,L KINDS T)V~SiLPTTHE CO!
M . Mt)'A BUSINESS AGENCY finds more sit 114
J.Vi.4 cooks, coachmen drivers, uuraes, ohauilier
wtuatioua then any other aironcy. Appiy
4U? 1-th st., opposite Palais Royal, 9 to 4 daily. 1 t*
WANTFD-A SETTLED WHITE WOMAN FOR
4 4 chamber work aud make herself geuerally useful
fora family of three; a suitable pet-sou will have a
good steady home ref. rt-noee re>iuirrd. luuuire 403
?lb at. n.wa CH. Kli'PEKT. nH-Ut
\\tASTED-AN ENERGETIC and-RELIABLE
W*J;.to whom *ood watfea will lie iflT. u. Apiny
to W. D. tILtiHEs, ol&ceof The Dai.y Sun, 7th aud f
ata. northwest. It*
\VAN1 Eli -A GENTLEMAN IN Ol'R BUSINESS
? " to travel short di tauten. Salary aud com. Must
??" recuii.meuded. Apply 10 a. m. F. 1. STEW
AKT. 4:iK 7th ?t. ii. m. It*
WANTED?A BOY FROM IS TO 111 TO TAKE
? ? care of oovra aud help to milk. Muat be a ?ro<>d
nalker. Iuquire 17th aud Eaat capitol. nB-'.'l*
WANTED-A SETTLED WHITE GIRL TO Do
4 V the ireneral bouarwtirk iu a ainall family, rood
reference required. Apply at lol",Io aL n.w. n7-2t*
WANTED-M\N AND WIFE WHO UNDERSTAND
" 4 tarm life tlioroutfbly, houe?t and w.lliuv worker*.
References required. GRANT PARiSH, Gaithrr t. ir#,
MJ- n7-3t
WANTED-IiESPECTABLE WHITE GIRL G1K
44 man preferred, to cook and assiat in housework in
small laiiiily, with uew bouse and iumnuie. <"?ll, or
address. Mr*. L. a ii., SlOfl O at n.w. u7-:if
W ANTED ? TWO VEST HANDS" HIOHE8T
4 4 prices; bnn?r sample work. Also, two tro?ber
b anils
?w MERTZ * CO., 1009 F atreet.
WANT,ED-AN EFFICIENT WHITE ?OMAN AS
4 4 maul to wait t-n an invalid and aew; frood refer
ences required. Ad.tr.-s. Bo* ?0. star oihee. n7-'Jt*
W ANTED- 1 INNER . - TWO GOOD T i N ROOF
4 4 era and one f rnace hand. Appiy cor. tftli and O
sta. n.w. JOHN PtPPLR. u7--.'f
WTANTED-A girl-FOR GENERAL HOUSE
4 4 work; muatstayat nitrht. and bniiy city reier
ence. Apply in sturo, HOtf F at n w. n7 -'f
\y ANTED - IMMEDIATELY - STENOGRAPHER
4 4 ami typewriter familiar with maktn* amend
ments. alao, a youmr man or boj- to make himself tren
erally useful- releren.ee. Address or call aller 4
o'clock, CHAS. E BARBER, Law andPatsutotti.es,
Horns Building, city. n7-3t
WANTED - A WOMAN AS COOK~AND FOR
kit. lien work, none but with rood references need
apply at BAUM8,807 L at. a w. n7-'Jt
WANTED?A LADY WHO UNDEU8TANDS SeLC
intf ?rt work. rcfereuce required. Cut W07 I'a sv?^
upstairs. n5-3t?
\VTANTED?WOM N! WOMEN! WOMEN! ~
44 .>00 white and colored Cooks, Houseworkers.
Cliauii?niiaids, ?c. Good waires and plac.-s, city or
countrv (S vediahaud G?niian women wanteds i
F. Si. bl knham, ?ao-u:i^ f st. n.w. nj-6t*
VV" AN TED?$.'{0 A WE. K (H'ARANTEED LAiJY
* akreut ael .uir my Rubber UudervarmcnU MRS. F.
H. LU 1LE, i-aicatro, IU. n.V.ft"
W*NTEU-A SALESMAN IN A FIRST-CLASS
44 bUMUeaa. must be youu*, active and with tfood
addresa. beat ret"reucea required. Addreaa W .1 s
P. O. Box ;I00. city. u.V3t?
WANTED-LADV AGENTS FOR LADIES' AND
44 t hildren a Wear. Valuable samples fise con.li
tionaily Write Mra. F. C. FAURINGTUN, Box 04S
| Chicatro. n5-7t
WANTED-ONE CHINESE LAUKDKYMAN. 4
^r.ivrr*- *"d bouaeuiaid. at SOUl'H
WASHINGION LABOR BUREAU, 4oti 7th at. aw
no-3t
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED CANVASSES TO
4 4 cauva->s fora patent article, tun make tr..m l..ur
to ten dollars per day. AddruM Box J 7, a tar ottk e
1 na-.'lt*
ANTED-A BOY TO ASSIST-BEHIND-THE
bar. Apply 41 H at. n.s. n.V3t*
WANTED?ONi-. PLUMBER AT NO. 410 44 BT
?w. J A liES F HORAN. n5-3t*
WANTED?APPRENTICES FOR TUE U.S. NAVY
to serve un il twenty^jue years of a*e. Boys !??
fourteen .ud eiKbteeu revived. Apply on board
U.S.s. Dale. Navy-lard, Washiinftcu. Pa* at first, *!l
per month aud board. au30-law,:ini
WAN TED-DUN DORR'S EMPLOY ME NT BU"
reau. conducted bv ladies. Men and women, white
and colored, for all kinds of domestic labor, for Diatnct
and States, with refajfiig!^ 717 M at. n.w. s7-?w*
WANTED ? A GOOD SOLO BARITONE F>IU
Li UK-opal choir service. Address Box <1 stai
office. n-j:?ii,
W"ANTED?STUDENTS To LEARN DREsS-CUT^
4v UIiK by the Misidy Perfect Tailor Square. can tuak?
a dress while learning ;cuttinir. Bitiiiif a^ddresaui made
[ to order. ?>?-'?> 11th St. n.w.. below F' at. oJJlm
[?AN 1 ED-MEN, WOMEN? BOYS, GIRLS, ALL
clasaea of working people, t.. entfuKe in s business.
a|H>rtlon of which can be dons in a amall room ut
home, daytime or eveuiuir. No picture businessa. No
bumbUK sunplo and easy. can Ik operated in the citv
or a country village. Any person niakniK lesa than fS*
per week abould seud 10c. for full direcuoua how to
proceed. 'Jl workiutr saiuplea aud an envelope conuiu
VV?1 Cin ulara free. Address
ALBANY SUPPLY CO., Albany, N. Y. oI7 :i(lt
\\TANTED-A DREssMAKERIN EVERY FAMILY"
44 Learners for Prof. CHRISTNER'S new "lu
teruatioual Tailor System'' with any inch-rule or
tai?-measure alone, aa all scienuhc tailors aud
eminent Paris. Berlin and London dressmakers cut.
Patterns and materials cut. basted, draped or mads.
Mine. S. J. MEssER, "Couaervatoiy ui ilodcs." 1 ? '-J '
F at.u.w. Washington, D.C.
WANTED-HELP TO DISTRIBUTE AND COL
lect, ^10 to $'J0 i?er week and expenses: payment
according to ability. Nice, gvuteel employment lor
ladies and ffentlemeu. No i>aintiiiK. receipts, or bum
butf. write at once, oucIohiuk self-addreAsed aud
a tamped envelop to ?M11U? at'FPLV AGENCY 7
Weat Broadway, y. Y. aepo-.'lui
WANTia^AOENTH IN EVEHY COUNTY IN THE
? ?.V I*' luou"i e*l>euses. Samples aud
outfit free. Write, with atainpa. ALLWuKIH MAX.
LFACTU1UXG CO.. Kuthertord. N. J. tCi-Jui
W
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS
\V ANTED?FIRST-CLA88 COUrELFTTF OR CAB.
4 4 irood order, also Uickel plated harness aud whole
outht; state lowest cash price and condition of each
must be cheap. Address box 35, Star office. It '
WANTED-MKS NANNIE SHAW TAKES WA8H
iuh by mouth, week, or dozen, at r-ia..nabl?
prices. Please call or seud card to "JOJo t st. n. w. All
work first-claias.
WANTED-TO BUY-A GOOD SECOND HAND
Gentleman's English Eidmir Saddle, in perfect
condition. Addreaa, atatuiK lowest cash price. Box
1^4. star office. K
\v A N TED- HORSES TO WINTER IN THE
4 4 country at (10 per mouth best leed, care aud
stablinK. and lanre pasture for exercise, horses called
for and delivered II desired. Addreaa box 'J.iN Alex
andria. Va. City references. uv-vw*
WANTED - tV CHICAGO DEaTeST LADIES7
and Geutlemen's Coat-tjff Clothiiiir; highest cash
prices paid. Address Boi 577, Post office. n7-lm*
WANTED?VELVET CLOAKS. CAPEST VISITES
aud plush garuienta to renovate by Ha^certy'a
steam nils raisiOjr process. Exclusive riirht to use by
PR.NCE.1011 Fat. n7-?f
WANTED-TO BORROW (7,000 ON~FIRhT
rlass real estate for three years ate perceut In
terest. Box 45, star office. u.r>-3t?
WANTED?PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY IN GOOD
locality, or to Rent Uoo.na adapted to the t.-ur
pOaeL Apply to BEN J. t PIKE. VCSn F st n.vif
\|rANTED?TRY OUR BUTTERINE AT 20 CENTS
4 4 a pound. Doesn't get rancid; keepa better Uiau
Butter, satisfaction Kuaranteed or money reiurued.
blalls MU. 300, 351 Center Market, aud 544 Northern
Liberty Market. ?k.C SCRIBNER. au3-14?-*
UTANTED-WELLS DUO, BORED AND DRIVEN.
44 All kinds of l umps aud pump stock furnished.
Special attention paid to cleauliiK wella, repairing aud
making pumps work easy. All kinds of well work doue
in the most skillful manner. Terms moderate. WM.
H. MOFFAT, 323Sthat n. a. Jyl-5m'
WANTED - PERSONS WISHING TO SilND
horses to the couutry for wiuter, please ud lress
R. LEE SAC NDEitS, Caoin Johtt. Md. o2S -'w?
W AN TED-HORSES TO KEEP FOR THE WIN
t- r. Keepintr horses, winter an auminer, a spe
cialty ; box atalla for trraiu feedln*; c'tj reference. Or
der box at Price's Livery 8tables, 31S Oth st. u.w.
O. H. P. CLARE. Sinro P. 0? Md. o2A-lm*
"IXT ANTED?FEATHER BEDS, CARPETS, Fl RNI
4 4 ture, Ac., Ac. Parties desiriutf to sell household
furuiture.carpeu, pianos, mirrors, or enure household
effects tor cash, adjrsss Box 50, star office. ol3-lm
ANTED?UPHOLSTERING OF FINE PARLOR
aud other Furuuurs; aamplea of (ooda tor cover
ing of all grades ou hand, flue cabinet repairing, c.
C. HALL, WX 14th st. aw. ol3^1m?
W ANTED?HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
4 4 Second-hand Clothing. Ladles' Drusses, Stores,
Carpets, t esther Beds; all kinds of Household F ur
niture-Address Box "4, Star Office olO-lin*
w ANTED?FURNITURE. CARPETS, STOVER
44 Fsatn^beds, Clotluny. Watciisa. Guna, Puiois
and Household Etfecta. Highest cash prioss paid. Ad
dnasH.BAUM.21M 7 th st?- w. o?_
Wanted-w w. moffktt, xaei r st. k. w,
11 baaement. fViin fiiiaaioiinr of iieeda for everv
State and Territory; office hours, 8.30 a.ai.. to 5 p in.;
telephone call. V&3-4- si5-3m '
V|TANTED?IT ENOW* THAT C S. BUNDY, OF
4 4 468 Louisiana avenue (oppoaiu City Hall). M
Commissioner of Deeds tor all tfas States and Te.rl
toric (except Maryland). myll-Sm
\A7 ANTED - COMMISSIONER OF DI
44 rnrr state and Tfrriton. Notary
ri.\t
f? ottcs from 8 a.m. to 0 pjn. leiephous 344-2. B
FOR RENT?FLATS.
_ WANTED?SITUATIONS.
BY A v?i m man.
?? hom?? hSv ?r *nv ? t''<i "t ?r nuc.
?ino?m,Uj A<l<trr?. box .13. star .flW. o*_W
.A SWK,,E Tocnco man * wrr
Krsifsi aS? s? sssuss w
--si e
wtfrn!-,^ nTTr Any nationality. .|th
*' DI' K 8 A**uoy B137thst.ii w. u8 V?*
REsPF.C TAHEE WHITE GIRL,
or ??????*- !??-***? * situation a* children's ourw
?gi 'SI'.'S JBiWIfc ?o'STST."
flflg
iamu>. refren.-e tma be civsu. call u lttj 1. st.
It*
YVttatiT* !?-HT A OOOD COMIRED MAS A SIT
M !,Vl?kL :r%rTrr ?r<,nT'r *???* r*|?rt
AddLL \t~ I,coo.1 r>I?r
il. 20th st n w. nN 2t*
W^?to";AuI0C*o7***~pw?6 * p??:
Uteoao a. < lerk c.-n
Dr NT. LT'Xr Addre? fell.
* ?? n? jt*
W*f ?wrElF?RVB,,VT ra BELT
want. ran nil ^ 1 to call an I m*k.- known tbetr
AGENCY 4?>'> tu> I"?1'"" COLl M HI A Hi ?l.NE-*
? __!l ""'v'-""????? ?Woe?te Palate BoyaL If
Wituili? ' o-T,?.V T?'? ?H1TI OIBLM Mil A
ni.ldorwl??k' *n<1 th* oU'*r ? chamber
W^^rR.* TOCNO COLOUD MAN. A
esmtxii fc*
W?i*nT?^Z!LV A COLORED WOM AN A SITIA
referenced r?U .A ,ro? In a private family.
Idnw. ' WMtiin* at houie. Apply llOti K
It*
\V.A1N.TEI> ,LV * SKI1I.K1) * IIITE WOMAN A
>.? li%?!&? rMirom^?w,lh "?ht vr-h
WANTED?A KW| HON AS Bt'lLER IN A p5T
i? t J' ^ ' **"? bu. ?h(i cn furni-h the
bev, ?f city Apply 1423 L .t n wu"2t"
YyANTED?SITUATION AM COOK HV A MAN
Iw, i". *nrlt- (horuiiffhljr understand* ho bus
In.*., References. ,*11 at 4tWl Nat uw n7.lt"
WiSTEB-BOI WANTS KA(1 ISBAKFRY
1th .t1'!"-"*>er"-uc?-*?od references. Ah ly lkW
u w- tiT .lt*
W*W*-P BV A EIBRT-CLAks BEAMRTBCHB
? V"**!11* lin.lie. by the dsy.cau make the
flut-st underwear; make button hi>l.*s. and is M i-rf-ft
V,".ri VrJ"' l^i*ct"ue ? b'lfll'al retenu ? Ad.ir.-u
B?* ?U, star offlce. n^-ilt*
\V ANTKD?A FRENfHM A V (<'0<<K I WANTS \
situation id a i>nvalv f.nnly . laidrrotanda all
braiK-liva thoroughly . lontrextM-rieiiCf ftr.t < la?? rrbr
Aildrna* II E , star omoc n7 :(,?
MUTATION AS CoAOHMAS AND
?T (rrooru bj a whitr man w bo rati ftirtnah tu? 1? ?t of
tvfertyiora Addrowa Bo* H."?. Star oflliv. u7 .;t?
\V A NTKD - A FRESCHM AS FROM Mi l,
?T Ku>b?>a a brat-rlnas aituatiou ao Hutlur In ftr*t
A?*.' Ad.lr.-u
* KLNCH HI 1LEK, 2 ) < tli ?t. Q.W i,| jt*
\\T ANTED?AN EXI'ERIENcI I) TEACHER li -
* T ?irr? to fonu a claaa of ail boya uuder 10 ?#>an>of
Me. Apply at 1110 iCtb at, u.w. n.V3t"
\Y ANTFD-BY ATOCVOMAN EIOHTFEN YEARS
okl- a situation in ?tore or uffi -?. Oood wlwui-ew.
Addr..h? Hot N4. SUr oAce. uT-Vt*
WANTED-A YOI NU I.ADY. STf nThJKAPHEK
* " di-a.rea a vuaiUou. Addreaa "STEN." SUr oltir
ll.?-.lt*
\V ANTED?l i i>I I Io\s EOK WHITE AND COU
U Iu,n woiui-u Cookn, Malda. Num. ?. W?it
ff- '"'U'.1" '?1*'li??. liotrla. r"?t*u
rant*, 4i. F. M. IH KN it AM.tUlMIX! F at. lj ? 11-1 >t"
\VtANTED-BY two competent COE< >RI D
? woman, Hltuation* a? clianilieriiiaido utiiliutr t .
d-. plain aewin* or to * ait ou ladiea in data brat city
referenda 17^ LnUu.it. n.'. :?i
Wanted_a yolno ladt or edTcation
t ? (i?nirf?11 imition an coiu|?iii?*n <?r Me rcury Y?? %
lmd> of iii? l a hi nft or one la i*ohti<*al lite h&4 ih? :?1
. . h. .tyma x tra\c!<-r
Atl(ir?8M M. J.JW., City ^oitt Olticc, W?ihimrton :it?
W AJfTED?ON E A1 HO -IKIU'l can
, v J*' take rharire of i bildren, ai .1 ? an a ?i fnniiati
*V;lVi* *?>* }!& .st M>L"1U WAHHI.NUTUN LAHOB
It' UA1 ,438 . th nt. m.?'
"WVIP-P^A vol TH. A EOHITK ?N AS Silt >RT
4HObRTHAND."V,la7,Vm.'4<r
WANTED?ROOMS.
w
A ted?BV A gentleman IN ONE OF THE
? . Exerutive l^rartmeutn a Unrf ?iK<Hl funn-L'-t
?.??f pPbf?*rred, bftwsen tb?* ?veuur ami H
and 10th aud 1 oth streets. lVriiiaii<*nt if auited A<1
dr< *a, atatiiitfjiricr*. M. T.. Star o(&r?i. It
wavji" in goiKiuwuT ?Ei fToi n
11 thwadulta, 3 mum. 1 nuiail. with U^rd or
Privtte^ of caterer. Addrm, statiuir toratiou a.id
itsnuH, o. M., Star otnoe. jt*
\\tAN1EH BY AN exi'EBIENCED CATERER
? ? a diuinif room and kitcbi-n. Addreaa E C? sur
<>?<*-__ nnjf
\\* AN 11 D HY A (iKN'I I.t.M AN IN ONE OF I HI
?T Exe.-utive Dt-pariuienu a laort- ai ed fumi?ti. d
room, bctweeu tbe avenue and H..>nd loth and l.'itii
atreeta. l-.-rman-nt if suited. Addreaa M I., star
office. jJ.
YYANTED A GENTLEMAN WII.L OIVB I TANo
? ? I>-awina in ex. banire lor furuisbed room or l?.?nl
A.ldresx 1'UOI. star office jj.
VVAV'ED-A it(HiM FOR OFFICE H KlnSES
' _ tirat or aei-ond floor, state location, size, ana
r-!.t Ad-lr.-mi H(AXKI.I.\ Mir-#; ? liT-^t*
?KNTLEMAN. WIFE AND (iRAND
"1 Uifliier desire rtximmodatloua tor the winter in
a private fain 1. in the northwest part of tlie cite. Ad
dress Boi 89. star office. uf 3t?
\V AN TEU EXRNI8HED AND DNFE'RNISHEL)
?T nmiua. can r>-nt desirable nKmia in two or three
WANTED?HOUSES.
WANTED-TO EXCIIAN0E-EX1 ELLEN T COB
? ' ner lot. 14th at. extended, tor improved. itv t?roi>
t v?.- *1v''(iOC. or r.UOOO. pay difleren.-e in
tXCHANlir^ Star omr^. nH-Iit*
\%tanied-to hui aTmali. BOUSE not to
" exct?a $.lt.H?0. ?.>00 cash balauc? ?;>0 a month.
Addreaa J. D., Star office n7-^t*
YVASTED-AT ONCE-A ELRNISHED Hoi SI.
? ? everytniii?r liKiUd^t, coiiT?*uieut to P<-n?iii>!i
Office . t**nu? not to txceed per mouth. Adtlrea.*
Boa 91. St^r offlce n7-.'it*
VV ANTED?TO Bl'Y A SIX To F.IOHT RihiM
11 house amail cash payment, balance in ouart. ru
lliRtallmenU Addreaa B..X 21. Stai Oih< ?. u.V3t*
\\TANTED?T<) P1KI HASE Hol SE IN MO|.
'' weatern pari of city. k-o..d u.urliN.rli. od, and
*itn all iuo eru iuii'rov?*uit'iit8. iuuHt n??t f*iet*d
1111,01)0 to ill.O 0 in price. will exchange a r. w <.f
hoiiaea in Baltimore in'<ar payment, balance in ta?>
luymeut*. Ad.lreaa, aivinir full larticularx. I1ALTI
MORE, Stlroflk-?. n.Vlm
WASTED - CNFrRNISHCD BBICK HOCKK 0
11 roonw; on hur.'i (fiMiiud , Iwtwreen l'Jtii and 'Jinti
and_G and N ata. n.?. Addreaa Box 37, star oai. e.
n.>-3t*
\Y ANTED?j)lREt3T FBOM OWNERS A "BBICK
house on Cupitol Hill for C.'.OOO. and one for
9.1..XI0, and one lor t4.500, aiso a liii k Iiouk* in the
northwest for #4..">00 and for fti.JUO I tios <4
nENSEY. law V.t a.1 el. Phone ??11.47-3 uS -'w
\VANTED BV DEC EMHEB LA BAV WINDoW
11 bnck. l*tween loth, l.th and li and K. rent mt
tiM-xcee^ *,5. Address until 12th,C. a. <J? star uf
6re n.'?:tf
VV ANTED?DIRECT FROM OWNEKH. HOI' SKM
'' and DoU for cash purchaser*. Any property
placed with us will be literally advertise! at our <1
peiiae. Ucnls collected. E.utes manage i Insurance
en^. ted. HOEE.ASD k TIIOMPSON.
_j^j 1313 I st.. Adjoining Sun Buildin*.
FOR RENT?OFFICES.
I^OR RENT -TWO OOOD OFFICE ROOMS. AT
moilerate iirice, lit the second story of 1 HI. si s
PiVU17 F,w Apply to A. H I RA I T
& SONS, Sun buildm*. u5-i?t
F?R RENT-tlFFICE BOOMS?IS THE NEW
i lendall Building * conier 4)? street and L..uiaaua
(oppoalte City Hall), elevator serv ice, steam h^at.
and telephone, without extra char**-. Boo.na all udhi
on the street and have hre-proof vaulta Elans can be
r?' 'nve" mt oUr "m??- THOS. J. FISHER
& CO.. 1324 t st. n.w. U3-?1
r^OR REST-OFFICES?FRONT ROOM. FIRST
Boor, in ImildiiKf adJoiniUK "Sun" build.nir * I L
W. hi LEV DEERLE. l3ll?Fst. oEVIii,
___FOR RENT?STORES.
PORREST-MTORE 1015 11TU ST N. PUICE
TYLER k BCTHERFoRD.
n3-6t? lao7 F st. n w.
11*08 RENT-STORE IN BITLIHNU. COR 1..TH
?t-and New iork avenii., lor many years m upied
^ss.to
FOR RENT?MIsCELLAN Eol'S
I^OR REST-BEM U S 11 ALU ON TUESDAY
and Erlday oveninm Apply to N. lit Mil. 31?
Sth st u.w. uf-1 w
i*OR RENT?8TABLE-BOOM FOR IXH R IIORhEs,
Ui rearof 1012 14th st.u. w.. iraa. water, fcc
room for coachman. Inquire at above numbsr. uVjt>
FOB RENT?I I AN 0 AT ?4 PER MONTI.-A F1 KsT
ciaas square HaHet * Davis make. Call at 1303 o
*. a.w..cr address W. W ti . Star offi,? n.V3f
y?OB BEST?REMISOTON T YPE-WWTEKS 7t
*, Remimrton Office?Machinee of other makes for
?ale. W1CEUFF. SEAM AN BENEDIC1, cor Hth
and Fs?a nl-lm
tr?R REST-CAIJORAPH TYPEWRIT EES. ?;,I KK
month, in advance . also sold ou ea?> luataimotila
_ _ BENBY A. CLARE 1 k SOS,
*"-3m r st n w.
COUNTRY^ REAL ESTATE.
1^<>K SALE?XEAB STATION AT TAt'OMA P\KK
r a ttue ls-ruoui booae witli all convenience* nearly
???f~aud. pi^w co., ?s.ow^cin^
at a.j,.?00. BAXIER k MiilfO WAN.
n>Jt 100? and 1010 #? st.
Forsale-ob might exchange- vaecIbi!
unim umb. red uupro\eo and unl.n|iroved pro|>er
a North^tern; ^
PERSONAL.
|k account or TBI BEaV
iMIl O*
r ? ?
If*
?
FOR RENT-ROOMS.
| ? -
fXiK BKNT-OSE EABI.OB WIT* \
I at fl, ->r . ala- -*?? l? i nwwn ?C *4
tinlon ?>nlt (ruat (U Mil ?
1>>K BENT?TO USE OK TWO OI.STLEMr. V *
r ainrl. (ur.il.ft-,1 in ...HI. au ruilr In a frmi iaii.it) .
D'<k'W villi I,-a' n nil ^ Una* A ?r?
IrtOl Manou .1. bet Mth aud . U. V ? *-1 ?*? *? ??
t>* :?t*
|.?KKtM T?,i M,"H \ ri KM-HU!' . v C
r I"* aultal-lr liv anuria AM'jr '?
1121 Idle tirf-Cr
IVi. UM Jd" t.UM ??!.*???. V.n'V .ARtiB
thr-aa-wiiid,.--! u?a.? fun, ar.?-l f->?i r\? m.
?>nd floor. ?U.'aaito,.! i-ari.-ra Unit ??or. aull 14f (??
M. with .>r win, .: , ^r i - ? 2t*
fJViR RENT TUkl I MR lom IM I KM"Ultt
room*. nmr Ish,i|,to,im,m,i t. -ar? aitd lir -
diet. Ml . |K?Mw?n ?iv?u il ouor <ifl>
t. J B. etlAlV l 1 Mm n.? i * ?
tJtOR BENT??0:i Mm \ *. H'. M?nMfL\
furni.lird r?",? ???tin* ? .? . nr?i or ar til
?or .writ b.latr.1 all Hi.oV Itnpa. dO-.'M*
LV?? KIM 1>E8IBaHIE || ! I \ I I
r niabed ru.Hu* to^IU,MI1 era piaoaa -nd
furtta - lira!. u.-ar lrttli aud |< ,u u< ra 1 E L
?lar ,i(W. _ nK 4t*
PHU? RBNT-WITH HOAKI. T? ,i lw; ,F t >V~
r tnun. atiua llama wnu i?r?wi? tvl >.?ad wtU
iriua. and |<nvtM bath. at tu? At Hi u\.,x?ru. Petin
?ylviuieiva and I at i h Vw*
POB USI IK.'M ABOHAi'K HtKumn n I.
T tmhrd. heat in i jrm?. aud in- >4 U:', .?-.M floor
tuquirr in atorr 141(1 14th?t u w t>, ;f
1JOR REM I'M I KMM1I l> K,.,\i?. . i |,,u
(?oroi'luiilt SdiK 'i). hiHiliiu |?ri at 1 -. i.. i,
at . <vr of Mum ivr.itirlii.liiw brilw. ?... A i|,,rd
Muu nil l? lur larli, 111 rb-'.t*
1>>KiaNT-i:?u'T\ N ?.M liKm Mai l I I |;
. iii.b?si rv?.ru?. without board. -1 * I.. i? en* -
?.*>?<1 it.irjr. i-r,vat. f?:..il? -I admie
14tli it . oatw. li-a-ant h->.irf, .r two i --a..t,v i v .n?
>oR 1.1 N I t M L! M'll> M. \l' s ; ^
frrnl ru. iutiii?ut Ul'.' J 14tli at. i ? i '?
KFNT KINI t M l KM?i<l 1> s?i \
l"?rl.-r. ..ii flr?? fl - r fr.>nl. w tli . r ?
Al?., nuf furin?lir.t K.. i.J fl.N.r, i< i ? ,,,
furunliMl. witli lui.'i IVuuryl??i,i? i?. s l *
J^OK KKVT l.tlH V HI \ w Mi.iM, |i
<.,iim?timn>f imt. Unr<. ?.i> ? ??? rii ?:
r<?v? lu fn>ut ruiini. is j(>
1X>K REX1 1MV4 H HI XM T* ? lHfc<K?t l I
*itnuli*|'t Hot. :, lull bi, <*L froui Allnu
? in- 1 v I .iruakil IMMtl ko'LJ |u - ?
li.-?t or ?rr??r Hrr. Iiw :ti*
1,1'K RENT AI>K1|,.IU H1 <1 I I . ? v> | . |
J I inn?br<l \M ftm.r r? iu? ni.?fa>rii f. i.v. i
bntli Nitiit f1.?.ir, lirvw r <rti?ir b.'Uar. ^oiili ln-tii *%'
rrUent l.vatiuu. l>nv?t.> liuul> . r.-l. r< It. *-? | jj g
?L.? I 'll , no At'
Iwtuxf iiTtai m.v to ur.tiTU.vn>.?
Iuniinlir4 rooiu> mi ntrlr or ro mi it,- i , I 1. n ,1
I wmtli front. he*t'*<i li) fm liar* . bwiliin i ill iio 1 i< | .
r-'lfn uomi. IrrtiHi UuMlrrlt*. tlK .:tt *
|*ttlt nr\T ?i<H? f J?T > M . THREE i.AKuK
J furninhisl Kooiu?.wnli IwirJ. IwoMiuiuiu aliii..
I or two rruilviu n m* u|i)itu> tbr i?ii.? rvmu. i?i'~ I
i-iill) fivorablr Wrtim. A.n* table t*w,l lUfrrrt. ??
I >lrhllri i Mt-.tt*
(*i'U KIM TlthKt rNri KM-IUH l. -iM
witll ? it IBtl KM lw onlhlMll II.-oil r I I
n,K?r nr?r lnuw . .n iu.1 In r ihh f.* tbr tlir ? flu
will rrtit mwlj 4|1|4) SCI l? M it. u. w t,n ;it
I^tKREXl 131A MASSAi HI SKI 1 AVE, EI It
uirli. ,1, iinranious. ?i iuim ur iiiurla. w rb U*> ?
ind ilrovm tiT-lw
|^?K HKST-H\Mm(iMK1V Kl KMsl|}|> TkH
i .,?*rT' fu ,u,t* or phibll room.
' without bo.?rd m h<>o
lltn?t u.w. ? K<*lmuir*Hl ?.l
I^JHKKM T*o o?MFo;tTAI?l.l MIM^IIUJ
* tulM room*. ^,nb fn?nt ?:i n. . ..il
tuMi. Huiuui*. i??r litfbt k^i |?.
_ _ i ? tt*
IJoR kkm imori k\i>hii
M ?iinnu-r?>uni uiu??at,u-u ,1, w,
fi 11,?- h&ll i a -1 u\< ? , j?r. I
huat oro<?ti uiv n tr*?iiUrui'-ti i .
rrfrrrtMt p required. i??
?.f m ?u-?\nriv rx hs miii u i
?*ti *uitr or ?ith t*i i \ ?|f uii'T i
l'tcatkm. ItllT 14th *t. u t., Ult irt?iu I r.ti,t.
liulark K^'fen utxo ?>K< kiJUi?r'vl
RFNV-A OUST Itrx ?%| MAI; rUMToL
lunt. t?*tU miti rum il .i>-mr**<l t?n. ? ?
enu?* Ji:tO liit lit. u.e. i
1fi>H KI NT.17M H ST K. W . THKCF Mi M V
tu ui?ki* d <*oiiiniuu)> atUiir r->n?? t.-r m>th?*u .
i m?t?>h'iniiioiut ly fumiMbcd purlur suiU on f.-?t mi.i I
I tveuud (loon.
1,V>R RtNT ^OSU TWflTlHKEI i*H lolh I V
t >?riiin|i(Hl riMiiu* for Iaou** k-t j ui* li<>i;^??
two )r?n ul-' ?'.uth?rti <?hkiwm? . ulJ H ?t. i. w.
_ oVtt-itn
I TOR RKNT-VSrUHSl^mu K'ARUlK ?K M?
f1?H?r fi\?nt m.d coiuinuiiK?tilt* ro. mv ||. \im- %?. t|
I mlt an?l h? anelik*. i-rin * n'W>hii>. rrt<it>u< i \
1.T,'0 mti *t. u.m
1^<?K Kl XT TWO M< I l.Y ri KMMII l? ? ??M
I tiiuQiiAl.i * r-xuiift, H..uth.ru ?m ?>f w,(?, fi. u
a d liK'ht, kit. \ r, n >ii *re. 1< ?M htb
?t., rumor ??f K ?t n.w. .uii ?.? ? |
J^OK kkm rjh 1TI H Kl N.V* . l.A .?.! ItKi .Hl
roo!ui?.furiii?li<Hi or uufumuii* <1, ri! nut? oi -u
?.?iUl>lPlx*ird Ii7-?>C*
I^vik beni i:<4 hut n i.. um in hai. k
A ?i|tnr. of Caclt.,1 | inui.i ro?'ii ?, lurin l - .lur
uufuruiabtHl. witb ttrati'laaa tal.l. I. ar.1 H? m,.?
r- j ,un-1 |m-:h?
1XK lit K1 11x1 l.n il ?T (ilk. M K.tA ' -i
.'baiiirnt liin.il- 1 ial)'fr >111 N? w \ .irk tl - i! ?
?ultra of buiilaoinrly turniaio .1 roolna kidlitut It
uiaiml. brr4im|?Mthr4i?>r. lu :|r*
?.?*<>!< BENT?Mill E KT. V W.. Willi riltHT
B .-Iiaa IxHtnl. aiut of la r bu t i:n !>? fwnil.b <1
1'irlor* |*u tirwl floor, with miiail *?Iti.*? r-ioin a ta ||?|,
i?a> witiduw . i itlirr bouae. m,ut,,.-an( ? v|K>aui> ai*o
otl?-r il.* raliie muni* ?u Jd urn :l<l flo ra. n.i la*
L>1ll 1IKKT IN HANI ISO M E H I 11. I'AKMIKS
J ?iul..l tor s.-tiat,.r or Mi . alao to Mr*!-. lt_ i.r
aoudiuluc ruoiu aud Aitcbau. um Inlriwui. I.I4U ?J
I at l ., .It*
IjtlK BINT AT l(lll (jKl.N.?..HAMi?,'MU.r
turi.iabrU i-arl ,r and <tu l?i fl , ,i <ww
i rKitua uu 2d 8>?.r. alio two IttH-a. prliral* laiml).
n.'i-dt*
l^OK KENT- 11*14 11 1 llM N. w 1M | 11 ?r
f hitiilMittu'l)' luruwIiM m -iiiii no tbr Baooli 1 ri
with laivecluarta. t. rm? in,.I. rat.. i ;>..lt?
LDB KENT-HAN lino .HE lUIKH : i/mK Rio At.
X with luth Ittl, tird lUltWldr for ?n l.tlrturl, aitu
bowrtl At WO.' 1 41li at. n.w. t-.i-Sf*
IfoS BENT -.'SI :?l> KT. N ? ,~M, hi V El B
taabod Buil<- of Bouum-wiUi iirvi lo .1 board.
o5-3t*
1^X?K HEXT-11U4 o rtTa N1< II'i il E.NIHHK I
* an-oiKlwtnr} fmtit r.ioui. bay wm I ,? hou. l.- .l
aud|<Wii.(lU|w ttiootb. Iloi
1>UK UENl -l'AHl ill I LEi.A N 11.V KRMiHI J
J Hoiia.-, or Koonni a.-|wra.? ly Hollar in irri?. t
ord?*r. luquirr at 17:Vi I- ?i u w. ii.:it"
I^OB REM \1.K\ liEMI.AI .1 M-?1(IMI NT4
to irvntlrinan of in. aim an,1 itai -lliif, in a i-r:vata
fanuly. u.-ar I arnurut squal* Ailarrar M., l atin a..
rity |ioal-of5r?.
?MRRENT l / I.NIMll li I. . . i. . h si \ ? ,
M. Uiyt' I'd iMUt n-?iu uitii tx?ii. fort*
It r iuo.. ii?'itiit> i>kan tu*' li>.?r. i j .li*
you R> m i:ii . ui;hi? Tkanki.i\
M. Ilirk? laxvt* Lftu<ft?>:iifly lurniah d I ?r.nr^. ? u m-t
t1o<?r. and luivr <'0iuuiuui< ..tuur 1?. >iut? ? ?ti m*. oLd fi n#
NUi table for Member or 8?u?iur; uiuy two doom lr.ua
14tli at. car*. l .V.'it *
F,yjR RLK1 Kootiti. IN Will oil slNt.ll.
and eila.it tai'lt* i? aixi . uu ??? . i !i^i I > l?-i
faatidioiiM |.ift. um, at 1 :t J4 l,?t n? H> r?ik* | mm* u.e
?1ih r. I. ? \ ? 11 mid requipad. i..? ..i*
LViK Ut.M -rJBi r M.-IWU IMM>> *ML I N
r furiiinh**! From ttooUiH, arwiud rto,,r. Iut4.u1- ??! * .
h. KhNt lr.l.li. Jrwfiir. 1'JU.i 1 i?t. u i .it*
14M)H KENT iuo rfcONT AM* l.i.Ak ot ft l< K
Kooiua, Milted to a | h> mcihu. ?i 1 ? * r. < ar ?udin*
(?uiU* ou Mcoad fl?K>r vf l.Wio N? w i -rk ?ve . al?M..
Stable id rear, lirwt-t iaftn r?-l?*r?u?-r mini>1 ni>
? ViK KKNT ? Xftf 4)t N W- l.AKnK AlkV
ft (>arlor aud ItHd rooui. u?*?? and hftiid^ tu?-?urtiiiur* .
KUitablf for M l!., alao. two lime rooma ou
tlo?>r; all ruiHl. i.u|? . opiMiik* uea Uw bunding.
1 abU-board il deaued.
yOHEfcM HAMjnoMLM HKMsHtD M IU
? ot rooiua on a?M-ond rt x>r, with an tio iuod<s~t ? ?n
, v.-niem - b>?ra nrat-t Imi KkwUol. t-.ma
unKlfiraUt. 111 'J M mi u.w ^
I^OKKKNT TWO HANDH4)IIF.I.Y FIKN hHF.il
r?H?!i.<, e. ?uiu\ ..n I ^ ?.r ?. i,Ui tr nt. ? .1 .. .
locat?*d in north>*e?t. conv?-iu*-nt to h- rae tar^ ai. i
b* rdica. M< LAvdLL.N 4 bAK'UI Ll'lIh, 1225 I a^
ua-Jt
IfOH KIM -HUH NK.U \oliK AM ? M 1 .k \ ?. .
luruinhftl lrout room ou *?;<i floor. Willi bi*?r<l ie
l**rwu?*?ft eivhatiff jd. ui *it*
I^OK J.I N J 1 HK1 ft . 'b Y .1 H l v I [ I. \ -! j U
M or parti> turaittftied rooiua on aai-ot d fl-A.r h<;.t
kioUaekt*'*|?iuk allowed, all mod.UUi?
| cLildreu; n*?ar <-ain. cotiveuuvit v im? nt>. he
1 r j. ? ?. ;H)7 M pi. n m.
1,1 M ft M IKK rklKD rLOORtXHflJUX.
J7 iUK two Laive r 00 nm aud c?>uimuui< alitiK i.\?t??
bath, lurtitand haat; aoutn front, call troiu 4 t>> *.
1303 H at n a |MP
i^OK KKM M I.MMII I'.hlAI III 1 I MOjOU
M euauite. ID 4 nvatr fau ?.> . ba> ?iu?l ?i and o|?-it
Krau h in even room . ?x>iD?T h<-.i??? ue* . aouth and
emmt trout, njlertu' ca roqu&rtaL llul k at. il W.
oiri-4 w*
|^OK KENT-1741* F HT. S WHCOhV hooMH UITH
r ft?oard. to br liad at the abov? uuui'er. at r?*? u
able rates . *n iiti. i,,. u |THerr>*?l n4 1 w*
KkNT-TUO tLftOAKTltOOMi AND MI?L
ICooni. o|ienirrata. alidin. d<* r?. fir*t floor
| 915 T at. n.w. . uew bouae. idvate laiml). n.'M5t"
1>ikkknt-to srri able pari ^ a bkai m
. lull*-turuiahed third-fl<*or <thr*e r m ak4Jalk
room). <-aler?-nu h? ua* re.airu. .-a regi. rrd I > M H
at., betaaau 4 ai.d
LM)B htM 111.' H N ? . 1 w?. 1 1
r t omiiiuui?*atimr |?riorc aud I* l-rootn. auita ?le |??t
M. C.. tM-uai r. or *r?4itieui. n 4.nd aim. rot m.
" ' ? ? ??? ai#i?hb aaiML
Ji. v ? m-uaiur, ??r ?' uur,i,. H
floor, heat, aaa, balk, and atleudaut<-. iSMui ablt rnUa. 1
HX'-lUl
I^OK RENT -?->* 14TH HT, HANI snMIXr >717
uiaboii R.aiUi?. aimrir orrn amu- kot aud -nd
Iloora firat floor auitaU. lor UM-iubar. iWlvata l?th.
aU , dir.. U.KII1H, on unpl fl.?.r n.MJt*
LOR RENI - A Mill ?! Kix'Ml-^iS HUM
A fl K,r. baud oin.'l y lurniaii.il .alao a larrr fi>M
rouluoii third floor with di-ri <ii?t. a. atborn t-v
I^tiuiT. r.t-m . - . \, haiu'r.1 1 i. ?i. u.w. lot (Si*
? ,'OR RE.M-El RM?l!i4i Ri"'Mk, HINuEE OU
r rn Iiutd, muvmirut to.wra. #rrat> It* U dralrrd,
n-ltraire (lien and nsjuurd. 1117 17tk aC a. w
? aJ4TW
? -IUH RE>'T?1010 l'tlll al .NEAR ARLJN<iT?>N
auurle, wltb boartl. a|,|H'liJtiiw-tita RrvKiaaa tahJ
boarder*. brrvH. a i%.m tbr d.?>r. r?l.nwi>? ?,.>W :v
? XiR REN l M.iuND 1L-WR Ul *17 MAllKET
f K|?t, 1. rwrrl} o.-i ul iro l.j W in x. \itn t >?
I uouirr of Mia. M AKl i *iUH, XMi. tiikw.
n 1 .'w*
IJtiR BENT?RiuMh?kINUIJC ABI> ES BC1TE.
' baudaoiu. 1) t timi?h- d nwaonabl* iariua to i^airw
l.ir |?n?ua. ?lr|f-?u: }ot?j lath 'i n.w .iua4
nortn of k and 1 rabauu llrk . tiMtwauui.
oJl-lBl*
lXIB REST?A BANKM.IM LV-EEKXIKHKI Kb -
f ond floor, with iwivait bath md oak*, iu tMtotor
aukl'.. alao. lair- led ?umi rooai ou tiiird floor^
bouae prtvaM, table laartai u> ?MuidllaO. lUlT
loth it n.w. otfB-lSt*
fBXNI BWiT?EIBUT-< LAca BoUMu, EITHER
? aimrir or wb iuit?. aba, trat-ciaw laMr ouwr*.
lJlb -ttd 13Ih I ?u.w. ulifr 4W
Kb best-choice "booms, oxb hucabb
T.in CUamberialn ? ttral a^d aaouwd loora loll
H?-W. oTMa
Fob bbbt-maku?6maxv fibnikkkc Muni
with Ublr u?rrt. awar 14Ui at car llni, ndaWitM
II iiwulj 1*?I * M. B.W, oTrial'
SUBrKBA N PKuPKKTY. _
fUl BATI sbtbbal verv vai.iamji
11 Iwnr, t>ro|WTtkm for aiiuatrd ? Miawtr
I Jiu ivTaitanJ-d aud ttoa fwbiouaul
Alao, 1 number ot baaaului u?ildJ-i? aiiaa, ao?aa
inw awdarerwi ii ieMUiq auburtaa farina.
a aliuLlMUioBoik.M^cy^

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