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kana Me dailv lhnl?lll? "???* ????? tl*Me
iku tf My Mtn daily pnprr paklMrJ '*
Wukliitn. a>4 -?rk ?reater Iku that
? r all ike ?ib?r daily pa?er? here added
MgMfeer.
Tn 9ta?'s first rmpr-wlon concerning the pro.
poaai made In the citizens' ( omraltr?e to Improve
the District's present form of government is that
"the game la not worth the candle." Tue changes
suggested sr* not of overwhelming importance or
? >f prewnt urgency. Military domination In the
District government I* objectionable to everyBody,
but in the present sltu.ilIon of affairs there Is no
damrer tn that direction. The two civilian commis
sioners should be able tn any event to no>d In cueck
the one Engineer Commissioner. The separat.on of
l be executive and legislative duties of the com
missioners and the grant of the Utter to a council
of fifteen citizens is made of minor Importance by
the Inconsiderable legislative power which, under
the const I tut Ion and the deel Ions of the courts.
Congress may de.egate in respect to the District.
As was asked when the few loaves and flshea were
to be divided to thousands of hungry mouths, so
It may be asked when the commissioners' so-called
legislative functions are to be divided anion/ fif
teen couucl.men: "What are they among >o
luanyr* And only a miracle or an am?ndment of
the Constitution can secure a satisfactory ap
portionment of legislative powers to a Dis
trict representative boily. wituout disputing at
this time that the District might make the changes
proposed if such action could be taken by its own
decision and without exposing it to dangers
greater than the advan'ages sought, Thi xt*hIs
of the opinion that the movement Is untimely. :
If an lwue were made up between tbe friends of
the present commission gov rntnent and the
udvocuies or unlimited suffrage in the District's :
municipal affairs the present proposition might
prove an acceptable compromise. But no such
Itsue presses, ami thin movement voluntarily re- '
o(>ens the question of District government and '
exposes the city to the unlimited suffragists,
to the opponents of the present flnan- I
clal relations of city and government, to
the whims of congressional experimenters, and
to all the chances of congressional
legislation. It will also. If pressed, monopolize
public attention, and antagonize every Important
measure for District relief urged by the citizens of I
Washington. The railroad problem, the school
board question, and otner such matters will b?;
minimized In Importance, and will run the risk (ff
being pushed aside In the contest over the political
question. Sot enough of advantage Is offered by
the bill to compensate for the Inevitable risks. At 1
some other Juncture the suggested Improvement
of our municipal government might well be urged, |
either as a compromise to avoid unlimited suffrage
in municipal matters, or as part of a more general
scheme for the Improvement of the political con- j
dition of the people of the District. But, In Thi
star's opinion, the best thing to do now is to keep
quiet on the subject.
A correspondent In another column describes an J
experience, not the tlrstof Its kind to that locality,
which Illustrates one of the multitude < f blessings
that the beneficent Baltimore and Potomac road )
bestows, according to Its own ao-ounts, upon
isouth Washington. The long strip of land In :
which tue railroad reigns despotically and In part
with usurped authori>y is not only an obstruction j
to the flaw of traffic and travel but a perpetual |
menace to life and limb. Years ago a stagnant, i
disease-breeding caualshut out South Washington .
from easy communication with the male elty. !
That obstruction has been removed At the same 1
time the H.il unimproved and unprotected, was '
infested with desperate characters, and travel
across tnis strip of land, to and from south Wash
ington. was diminished by the danger from rob.
I?*rs and tuurlerers. That danger no longer exists.
But the railroad section, full of surface tracks and
of Mandtug or running cars, still drags down
south Washington, more dangerous to life
and limb than the old Mai., and a worse
obstruction than the old cauaL One is
either shut out entirely from passage across
it by freight cars illegally standing in
the streets as a storage depot, or else be risks life
Ky entering a gate, at wulch hope Is to be aband- t
oned. perhaps to find hlinseif caught In a trap by
the i losing of the gate on the opposite side. The
exploration of strange and unknown regions has a
certain fascination, and Tn* St?k recommends to
members of Congress an excursion to the edge of
or into the railroad domain, promising them the
sight of a region where the laws are noi recog
nized and a taste o; danger sufficiently thrilling to
please the most advenlur us. The Ingenious mind
or trie railroad correspondent which flnds that the
ugly railroad be.ongings give picturesque beauty
to the Mall because true trslhellclsui demands
variety, win doubtless discover la the dangers to
which the B. and P. road exposes the people of
Washington a ne.v blessing, since thereby 1m
Wood of menaced citizens Is made to circulate
more freely, and a certain pleasing and h^athful i
rapidity or action in brain and limb Is bestowed I
upon the most torpid.
The popular movement In behalf of Mr. George
W. c hi Ids lor Pn-sident seems to hare a good deal
of vita lly despite Mr. Child* repeated declina
tions, The Philadelphia Timrt to-day has a fig- ;
orous ed*u>rtal pointing out to the republicans 1
that their golden opportunity for success lies In |
t lie nomination of a man lite Mr. Child*. His
nomination, Mr. McClure argues, would tranqull
Ue commerce. Industry, and trade; would give the I
best assurance of Ude^ty to both labor and < apl
tal; would break party Un-*s by the positive sup
port many Independent and >ouie democratic Jour- j
nais would give to Mr. Childs, and the many ;
crushing errors uf long party power, which do- i
tested the republicans In 18MO*ouid forever be- :
Ming to the past. !
The strike in the Schuylkill Valley will reach Its
last stage with the proposed order calling out
?U the sullied mechanics la the employ of the <
heading CO. is.uieb.idy win then l*.> obliged to
surrender, if the men rettise to go out, it is the
strikers who inu-t yte.d. It t.ey do go out, the
company ?in be reiu.-ed to a choice bet ween two '
evils?giving up Us d ims, or giving up Its busl-'
ness. The latter. would be on y temporary,
probably, as. In a gam- of starve-out, capital has
always* better staylng-power t an labor. The
pn-senceof *o ngresaMia*! c>iiimlltee among them
may modify the f.-ei'nps ot both parties, however,
avert the tt.reU-cl catastropue, and afford
everybody a chance of getting down ea,y. Let us j
hope to, at least.
Home interesting suggestions In regard to the
improvement or the District's jury system are
printed In another column. The most serious ob
stacle in the way of securing good cltl/ens us
juror*, and the severest hardship upon the good
citizens who happen to be caught in and are un
able tn any way to escape from the Jury net are
the length of service required in this District from
juror*. In that respect at least a changc should
be trade in the laws.
Mia* Hose Elizabeth Cleveland Is preparing for
the pr-ss a book about St. Augustine. Arter her
experience with the western inagaz ne publisher
she would do we'.l to beware of the advertising
anark*. One of them may buy ner copyright and
try to treat her biographical narrative as a guide
book. making use of it to boom some mimmoth
winter htMelry in the oldest city ot the south.
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Charles Wyndliam Is playing /a>us.i flamrk
with great succe* In Moscow, and his love-scene
are said to be a revelation to the Russian*. Tub
Is not unnatural, If the Kussian style of *m*tor)
address Is portrayed with any accuracy In
-Fedora." Mr. Wynlham probibly surprises h.>
Muscovite spectators by not dragging his leading,
lady all over the floor of the stage by her wig.
The death of David it. Locke carries off th'
third OI the famous quartet's of American huinoi
lata who helped to llgaten the spirits of tue p op,
during *he civil war era. t harles Browne. "Arte
11.us Ward," was the first to die; Mortimer Thorn;
eon, "Doestlcks," followed; and Kob rt Newel.
"Orpheus C. Kerr,"' though living, has pa-sed *.
luoai wholly out of slgut.
Proteus never assumed ?o Many dlfferen' shape
as the lone lorn railroad ' ?rr*-r?^oudenl who. *>
"Practical Citizen," '?obacrver. "Pro bono pub
to o." Ac., disint restedly "explains" to tlie at)
newspapers in behalf o( the Baltimore and Polo.
imc road, the ad.UiblUty of retaining luu t>i_
air et station where it Is.
l"oB laVEMNO w EAR
Kid Olvvvs st and bel ,w cost.
>at? is im*mi draani*
t.o*?n, Aj.uik i*iW*.us and Ncckwsar m Vtkl
LAiLsibTiLt*
MUXIKkJtk AT COST.
lilts. JL 2. HUNT.
JS29 IMtu r >L s.w.
(jr KMT'S JSciTS t^COCRED
A.ND CKl s >tb rws ?u
Cuata. .iOc.. Pants, lie . Vwt g.V. AJtsring in,,
i ? I ai r: dun* la bast uuiotr UcwOs cauad tor ana
dauvareil. 1 wvkuua rail 14d-^
K. 1. BAii.s TOa Oth SL B.W.;
.'sll-tJui aMd glllji. Calvart St.. Baltliuurs.
Gbkat Inventory Remnant Salk.
THIS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, AT LANS
BUBO * BRO'S. WHICH III QUAN
TITY. QUALITY AND CHEAP
NESS WILL EXCEL ALL
THEIR FORMER
EFFORTS.
DURING THE
PROGRESS OF OCR IN
VENTORY TAKING WE HAVE
SELECTED AN IMMENSE LOT OF
DIFFERENT MERCHANDISE. CONSISTING
OF FULL PIECES AND SHORT LENGTH& AND
REDUCED THEM TO HALF THEIR BEG U
X-AH VALUE. IN ORDER TO MAKE
A CLEAN SWEEP.
UST OF BARGAINS.
A lot of Domestic and Foreign Cloihs and ClmimfrM
?uiUbl? for Do mana. Ulsters. Cloaks. Mea and Boys'
Hut a. Id many different patterna, at lew than hall
i their regular value.
Ad immense I me of Dress (Scods. Id many different
quantise and styles, cons-itln* ol many fine fabric* at
I aud below coat.
Several caaes of Fine Cashmere Remnants. fully 1
yard aide, beautiful ab.dea, at 16c. per yarJ: regular
value J.V.
One care of I.iffht Flirired Percale Remnanta, suitable
for Is.ys' wsists and oi uiy other domeatic purpoaea, at
Sc. per yard, worth considerably more.
Notwithstand ur the advance of cotton, we offer a lot
of Bleached 4-4. 5-4. ??-4 arid 10-4 Rcmuanta at leia
than the old market quotatioua.
Several hundred doten of Turkish Towels at 5c.
each.
A lot of Canton Flannel Underwear, consisting of '
Ladies and Misses' Pasta. Sk rU and Children's Salts,
will be sold st almost nothing.
A limited quantity of RemaanU lu Fancy Roman
Draiery, Cretonne. Curtain, Lacea aud Scrim, st low
prices. 4
In takirnr invoice of our Comfort and Blanket De
partment we have found the stock much lanrer than
we ei|<ect*.t, consequently we have devoted much of
oar time in mnkinr sweeping reductione. which will
benefit ourselves an I the public also. Now la your
chance tor Cheat'mforts au i Blankets.
We have so nisny Varieties and Barirr.ln* this week In
every branch of our business.
So we deetn it practical to invito t ho piiolic to come
and look for themselves.
Yon know by our past advertisements that we don't
sound a war cry or noth ng and only blow the biurle
when we are lull) prvparvd on the tie d of commerce.
ONE PRICE WITHOUT exception.
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Two High Aims.
One to make our goods the standard quality.
The other to make our figures the stand tr.l of
low prices. These have been our constant alms
for years ps-t. It is not spasmodic efforts
which lisve accomplished this, but It Is con
tinued efforts.
We have pi. ased the people, pleased ourselves,
and merit continued aupport. Let us have it,
and we will show you temj ting, bargains from
one year's eud to another. We hive Full Linen
of GENTLEMEN'S. YOUTHS' AND BOYS'
CLOTHING, ready-made or made to order, with
lanre line of FURNISHING GOODS. All at
OREATLY REDUCED TRICES.
NOAH WALKER k CO..
fl.", <f'io Pennsylvania sve.
On W 1TH Ta:: Dance.
LET JOY BE UNCONFISED."
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THE PEOPLE OF washington evidently :
ENOW BARGAIN'S WHEN THEY SEE THEM.
ON WEDNESDAY. tebruary 8. WE PUT AN
"AD." IS THE "STAR," SAYING THAT ALL OUR
BTOCE OF MADE-UP CLOTHING ON THE FIRST
AND SECOND FLOORS HAD BEEN SMOKED AT !
THE TIME OF THE FIRE ONE W EEK PREV.OUS. ;
AND THAT ALI. THIS STOCK WOULD BE OF- ,
FERED FUR SALE AT HALF PRICK THE SAME
"AD APPEARED IN THE "POST" AND "REPUB
LICAN" NEXT MORSINil. BEFORE 0 O'CLOCK
THURSDAY THE PE >PLE BEGAN TO FLOCK
INTO OUR STORE. AND FRuM THAT TIME UN
TIL SOW THE STORE HAt BEEN PACKED WITH
purchasers. THE SALE HAS SIMPLY BEES
UNPRECEDENTED. WB VENTURE TO SAY THAT
NEVER BEFORE HAS SO MUCH CLOTHIN J BEEN
SOLD AT RETAIL IN WASHINGTON IN A GIVEN
TIME.
THERE ARE STILL A FEW GOODS LEFT. AND
THEY ARE GOINu AT SAME PRICES.
ON FRIDAY WE PROPOSE TO BRING OUT OUR
RESERVE mm GOODS THAT WERE NOT ON i
OCit FlEuT AND SECOND FLOORS AT THE TIME
OF THE FIRE AND UPON WHICH WE MADE NO
CLAIM FOR insurance. AND OFFER THEM.
SOME AT one-FOURTH and SOME AT one
THIRD ofu MARKED PRICES.
THIS IS AN ENTIRELY different LINE OF
GOODS FhOM WHAT WE had ON our FIRST i
\ND SECOND FLOORS. AND THOSE who DID !
sot HEAD OUR PREVIOUS "ads." IN TIME TO
FIND WHAT THEY WANTED WILL now HAVE
anothek CHANCE AT BARGAINS.
WE LEAVE THE PKICES ON and STAMP the
TICKETS V OR %. SHOWING the discount
AT WHICH TREY are TO Bil SOLD.
THIS STOCK will BE READY FBIDAT MORN
ING, FEBRUARY 17.
1. & BAR SUM ft CO.
fl5 (131 PENN. A VENUS.
Ladies' Seal {Jacques.
We hsv* s few more Seal Ga-ments on hand, in
uedium aud large Mzea. SACOiEn, YISITES, ASD
JACKETS.
1 - dssirt'.r bargains can now obtain them. All
.ariueuts in plain figures auu at prime coat.
W1LLETT k KUOFF.
UITlKb AND * U R it I E R 1 .
bU5 Pennsylvania avenue. fl i-3rn
rllF. PROTECTIVE TARIFF; WHAT IT DOES
tor U? By He man Liei'.
the .Nstion.l muot Literary Piracy. By Henry Van
>? ??, D.D.
i Ik Einrlish ill the West Indies By Fronde,
i.o-.kit-* ttockwarJ; -,0t?0 1SS7. By Edward Bel
uny.
i.. grei hies of Words and the Home of the Aryaa.
?> Nial M oiler.
V or sale by
?H BALLANTYNE * SON. ?
fl ?? 4-N 7 m Street
At Cost.
*e have a few breakfast jackets and MORN
| No ROBEa thai we are sei.iug st coat to cloae.
W. S. TEEls
035 PENNSLVASIA AVENUE. fl4
'l'UREISH
PRESERVED
ROSES
(In Heavy Kyrap),
A higblv esteemed
Oriental Preserve,
Possessing most delicate
And aro atic Savor.
> W. BLECUUO.
tails a Mml m
Ultchissos.
IMPORTER.
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UCISi mum wwwT
CLOAKS.
f3 M7 PAAAa'kLYARlA AVENUE,
Saks & Company
From the enonaona atataMf manlt Pasta that
we have eold siace w? announoad Um OmMOK-Ptm
Sale is last Sunday's Poet" we doubt if than to a
maa In WMfcincton who hae Dot. dlraetly or Indi
rectly. beard of ourrreat uffertnr of mat valuae la
Pantaloona. Laaat there should be any a?eh.aadyet
need a pair of Pants we will mi bora that we cloee this
Great Cut-Price Sale at Panta to-morrow (Thursday)
svenlnr, but until that time tkr** dollar* and fifty
eenu will buy the choice of all thoae faahiooable, aea
aoaablo aad aerricoable Pantaloon* that we haveb*en
selling at (4. $4-50. 95, $5.50 and $8 a pair, and aix
dollar* and fifty cent* will enable you to aacure any
one of thoee Qneet American, Enirllih and French
Pantaloon* that we bare been celling at 47. $7.50, <8,
?9 and $10 a pair. The original prices are not dis
turbed A* we shall withdraw the aale after to-morrow
nlKht, brine thi* "ad." alone aa a rulde aad make your
?election. The gooda arc in perfect condition and all
of thi* season's make.
SAKS AND COMPANY.
The season for Orerooata to on the wane, but it to
aetonlahinx how exceptional values like these we are
now offering in Overcoats and Suita continue to attract
such crowds of buyer* aa daily throwr our Men'*
Clothtng Department Yet why ahould they not* We
are eellimr our 9o0 Orerooata for $35. Our $40 one*
are folmr t $29. Our $36 ones are now marked $'J5.
Our $30 onaa an taking tears of us at $30. Our $25
oneaure changing owner* for $18. Our $30 and $18
Overcoata rong rapidly at $13 75 for the choice. Out
$12 one* are now $8. Our $10 onaa marked $0. aad
our $8 one* are new $&. You sea, we are aellinv Orer
coats below ths aetuil coat of production, and auch a
stork of Overcoata aa we offer you to aelect from!!!
The rtcheat variety of kinds and styles and colorlnga
erw before shown. Be one of the wtoe and aecurean
Overcoat before we close the aale.
sake and company.
Suits, too! Why we hare bunched all thoee magnift
cent Tailor-Made Body-FittingSuita of flneat domeatio
and fore rn fabrica, that we're been selling at $20,
$22 aad $20 each, and fiftarn dollar$ will now aecure
the choice; and thoee that we're been selling at $18,
(10.50 and $15 a suit ar<> now marked ten dollars all
'round. Can you wonder then why we continue busy
all the time* Whereon earth can such value* be found
outside of our houaa? Echo answers. Where?
SAK3 AND COMPANY.
CLOTHIERS TO THF. PEOPLE,
fl5 SEVENTH AND MARKET SPACE.
This Is The L AST Week
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WINTER GOODS. ODDS AND BBOK N
LOTH OF SIMMER GOODS, KAMPI.ES.
SLIPPERS. FELT GOODS. fcc., AND
18 AN TNCSUA.. OPPORTUNITY FOR
SECURING EXTRA VALUE FOR THE
MONEY PAID.
BARGAINS
FOR
LADIES, GENTLEMEN.
BOYS, GIRLS. AND CUILDREN.
ARTHUR BURT ft CO..
Ja28.tu.wlith-:im 1211 F ST. N. W.
IN OBDEB TO REDUCE OUR USVSUALLY
LARGE STOCK PREVIOUS TO TAKING IS
VKirrOR)-. WE WILL FOR THE NEXT 20
DA FS OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF NEW
AND HANDSOME EMBROIDERIES, LACES,
HDKFS., RIBBONS, PLAIN AND FANCY
DRESS NETS. ILLUSIONS, RUFFLING8.
NECK-WEAR, UMBRELLAS, COTTON AND
MERINO UNDERWEAR BLACK AND GRAY
. WOOL DRESS GOODS. BLACK SILKS, CASH
MERES. HENRIETTAS. PLUSHES, VEL
VETS, TABLE LINENS, T0WEL8, NAPKINS,
ftc., AT COHT FOB CASH. GREAT BAR
GAINS. DON'T MSB THE OPPORTUNITY.
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I. O. DAVIS,
f8-3w 710 MARKET SPACE, COB. 8TH ST.
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T RODSBBS.
ON AN AVRBAOE MOST MEN WEAR OUT
TWO PAIRS or TROUSERS TO ONE COAT
AND VEST. FOR PROOF OF THIS ASSER
TION OBSERVE. IF YOU PLEASE THE
NUMBER OF "FRINGE BOTTOM" TROU
SERS NOW BEING WOBB BY OTHBBWISE
WEL.--DRESSED MEN. WHATEVER 8UM
YOU WISH TO PAT. EXPECT TO FIND
BERK BBTTBB TROUSERS THAN EVER
BOUGHT FOB A LIKE AMOUNT.
GEORGE 8PRAVST.
ORE-PRICE CLOTHIER,
(10 434 7TB fcTBBBT NORTHWEST.
Bargains At The Palais RoyaL.
We qnot* her* a few .Btitilu omitted from the list
in lower half of thl* column.
UMBRELLAS?Th* renulne "Glori*" Umbrella* for
IL3SliutMd of I1JM. The genuine will not
crack In wear. Tm imitation, being nearly all
cotton, will not only crack but dia.-olor. We are
agent* for tue Genuine "Gloria" Umbrella*.
WE APS ?Some of the ?prior styles her*. (10 for
handsomely beaded Ottoman Silk Vlslte*. allk
lined. (2 50 for All-Wool Wilkin t Jacketa, fit
and style of expensive Rmrlish g ?oda. (7 for
Ulster* with the new cape and bell sleeves. (10
for the new Raglan*.
JERSEYS? The best bargains (thoae that sell beat) are
the (L48 tailor (Lnl*h"d Htockinet Jereeya. The
(2.48 new braided Jerseys. The |H9B hand
somely beaded Jerseys. New stock much admired.
DRESS GOODS?New flue goods not redu-ed. but the
following are dress lemrths: <10 yds ) foulards
from (1.2."> to (K.tc. Dress length* Gintr tarns
from 4L25 to 80c. Genuine French Percale
navy blue with wh.te figure, from ~'i to 15c.
Mourning prints 6c. to 4c.
EMBROIDERIES?Few pieces remain of 45 in. Swiss
Floun-ntig 63?.. worth (1. Have you seen our
new Embroideries. (Second floor.)
CORSETS?'The latest handmade French Corsets which
Vires the Ionic "English" waist. A $5 corast
for (3.
TIDIES?Stamped and fringed on four sides; drawn
work at center aud a dea, 1H yds. long. and of ex
tra fine Damask and Momis cloth. A 75c. bureau
cover for 39c.
THE BABY?First dresses for the babies, fine cambric,
4 tucks in skirt, tucked and embroidered yoke.
A $1 Short Dress for 68c.
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HALF PRICE BECAUSE NOT REGULAR STOCK.
A Job lot?The broken lota and surplus stock of one
of the leading manufacturers in the Union.
HAD 1321 GARMENTS THIS MORNING.
Shall have hsrdly 500 garment* by 6 o'clock this
evening?Judging by the sales at the time of writing
this advt.
DON'T YOU BELIVE IT?
Whether yon do or don't, please don't call Friday and
get madly satirical aud Intimate we never had the
good*.
SUCH HAS BEEN.
Shall have to-morrow 500 garment*?pe-hapa a little
more o- lees?cr inpristngCorset-Covera, Night Gown*,
Chemises, Drawera, Skirt*.
WORTH. 98c.! (1.25 I (1.48 | (*2.48
FOR 50c. | 79c. | 98c. 1(1.08
Half the lot are of the Lonsd le Cambric. All are
trimmed with the best embroideries. Those at 9(c.
with t:k ribbons, lacea and embroidery. Thoae at
(1.08 with expensive plat val licea and flneembrol
derlea.
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At The Palais Royal.
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M B AAA R R O OO AAA II N NN h 5 ?
BBB AARR GOG A A II N NN ?888 Z
"Busier than our neighbors." So our patrons tell
u?, but we know the bad woathcr has k< pt many in
doors. For their benefit we havo condensed the list*
of Bargains lately advertised. Thore is no excuse
now?you have presented to you in list below the
pick of the Bargains caused b/ the influx of new go da
and the broken lota incidental to a busy week. The
Palais Royal may be reached by all lines of care?a*
you know.
FOR MEN.
No. 1?The "Palais Royal" Shirt ia 85c., and fita
equal tociiKtom made.
No. 2UND E3 WEAK-The (1 Red-Wool Underwear
offered for 50c. The (1.75 Fancy English rash
mere Underwear for (1.31* Th* (2 Red Medl
cat ckWool Underwear for fl.50.
No. 3?SOCKS. The 50c. English Caahmcrw Half hoae
to match underwear, for 39c.
No. 4?GLOVES. warranted and tried on at our risk.
The (1 Embroidered English Kid Glove* offered
for 89c.
No. 5?HANDKERCHIEFS. Genuine French Linen
Handkerchiei s, with fancy cent* re and border*, in
new shades and designs, 50c. quality for 25c.
No. 6?RUBBER COATS Thj (2 quality for (1.60
Being cemented they are waterproof in fact a*
well as in name.
FOR LADIE8.
No. 1-SHOES. The (4,75 Kid Shoea for (3. The (5
Pa'ent-lasther Tip Kid Shoes for (3.50. The
"Ooodye-ir" Rubbers, tho best, for 50c.
No. 2?HANDKERCHIEFS. Pure Linen, Hand-em
bri.iderod Initials. 25c. quality for 2 for 25c.
Some with fancy embroidered and colored cen
ters, such as maixe, pink, navy and robelin blue,
heliotrope, mahogany, Ac ; 25c. quality, for 2 for
25c.
No. 4?UMBRELLAS, Ac. English Silk, with natural
wood hsndl.-s. (:i.50 quality for (2.48. Twill
Silk Sun Umbr lias, with oxydiaxl silver natu
ral wood handles, (2.25 quality for (1.90. The
new Parasols at 10 per cent below next month's
prices.
No. 5?BOYS' CLOTHING. Every article in this de
partment at 40 PER CENT DISCOUNT OFF
MARKED PRICES. Thla statement i* correct
no '.Mistake
No. 0?UPHOLSTERY GOODS. Low prices marked
on each article. 40 PER (E >T OFF THE
MARKED PRICES. Wear* aware we wrote40
(forty).
No. 7?HOUSEKEEPING GOODS. Marked at a* low
and g. nerally at lower price! than elaewhera. 20
PER CENT DISCOUNT OFF MARKED PRICKS.
No. S?HOSIERY. Warranted faat Black How, 49a.
quality for 40c. MONEY REFUNDED if the**
hose stsin the liu>ha or clothing or Changs color
In washing. Broken lota of new boot pattern
and fancy striped Hose, 68 and 65c. qualltiee foi
48c Broken lot* of 35c. for 25c.; fancy striped
Hoaa ia HeUptrope, Nile Green and Mode.
No. 9?Broken lot* of old atock at below coat For in
*tsnce. (1 Red Medicated Wool Underwear for
50c. New w ss Ribbad Vest*. finished with allk
ribbona. 68c. quality for OOc. Arrive tomorrow
Ribbed Silk Vesta, in all oolora, (1.50. bat worth
(2.25.
No. 10-LEATHER GOODS. Pocket Book* and Card
Caaeaof Japaneae, Seal, Calf, Ac., leather lined,
all c. lore. 48c. aud 35c. qualities for 25c.
No. 11?GLOVES. New 68c. Kid Glovaa, embroidered
bat-ka. all colors. lane and sma'i eizee of 4 a d
5 bttttoa "PaUia Royal' I're sed and Undressed
Kid Glove*, reduced from (1.50 to 68c. Black
Kid Glovea, with oolortd embroidered backs, 4
but to ., at (1.68, reduced to (1; S-batton
Mouxqoetair a, ai (1.95, reduced to (L2fi. New
lot of Pig's Skin MoU?quetaires at (1.
No. 12?RIBBONS New lot. which inclndea new
ahadea of Ail-Bilk Ribbons with loop edge. Noa.
12.16 and 22. Quality worth 35and 40 can to, for
15and 19 out*. 8 sh Rlt>tx.na. 7 Inch** wide,
(1 quality for 75o.; PIim, B.ue, Cardinal. Cream,
Wliite.
Or We Intended to fflra a longer list, bat find
*pace will not permit it, A longer list in to-morrow's
Post and Republican.
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n? 1117-1119 PENNSYLVANIA AVE
Woodward & Lornon Column.
Nottingham Luck Ccbtaixs Re
dooeu
lb doae oat a oertalu Una of Lac* Curtaina
and make room for mi Spring Gooda. wa offer
them at greatly reduced price*. Wa have only
64 Pain, and propoaa to make quick work of
them. These price* ought to *ell tbem In a day
or two.
13 Pairs Ecru from M to $2.30 per pair.
25 Pair* Ecru irotn 14.50 to $3 per pair.
8 Paira Ecru 'ran $5 to S3 per pair.
11 Pain Whit* from $5 to $3 par pair.
12lPelre Ecru from <8 to to p?r pair.
No one in need of Nottingham Curtaina
should fail to aee these, aa we have offered no
aueh bargains before.
(Fourth floor; two large elevators.)
WOODWARD * LOTHROF,
Cor. 11th and ? eta. aw.
Of Interest To Men.
200 down "Four-tn-Haud" and Teck Scarf*
were placed on aale this morning. The largeet,
most varied and h*ndaome*t assortment we
have yet shown. Wtiite, Cream, Tan, Light
Blue, Ot.Selln, and other equally desirable
ground ahades in an extensive variety of attrac
tive deeigns and fancy atripaa; probably over a
hundred pattern. 50c. each.
The $5, #6, and 97 Japanese 811k Smoking
Jacket*, reduced to S3, an meeting with a npid
aale. Thoee who have not worn ona of thaaa
coats cannot imagine what a comfort and
luxury they an Thoaa who have would not be
without it. Make your aalaction before the line
of size* becomes broken. <3.
WOODWARD k LOTHROP.
Cor. 11th and F ata u.w.
* N;
Eighth AiTncal Shirt Sale.
Our Shirt Sale still continues with a steadily
lncreaaing demand.
The superiority of our Shirts consists, not so
much In the matter of the Cottons, the Linens,
the sewing, which are fully aa good aa the beet,
but in the putting together, the ahape. At and
finish. We have nevar seen the equal of our
Shirts at their aeveral pricaa?39.50, G2X. 75,
87X cent* and 41.
WOODWARD * LOTHROP.
Cor. 11th and Fats. n.w.
Shades And Shade-making.
This is considered the shade-maken' dull aea*
soil Trade on window ahadea ia virtually at a
stop. We have taken advantage of the dull aea
scn and made extra prepant.ou* for the buay
one abo'.it to begin by making up a iarg - sup
ply of esch grade. The present ia also a good
time to give your order for made-to-meaaure
ahades. Do not wait until spring simply be
cause it ia customary, for then wa may be taxed
i
to our fullest working capacity, and cannot
give the time and attention we would like to to
tba little detaila which go ao far to make every
thing "Just right."
We take maaaurementa and fumiak estimates
free of charge. We have only akillad shade
maken and haniren, uae the best materials
aad guarantee all ahadea made and hung by ua
to run atraightly and smoothly.
We have made up two lots, which we con
sider aa good bargaina aa have yet been offered
ia ready-made ahadea:
LOT 1-500 Holland Window-Shadea. 2 yard*
long and 30 inchea wide, mounted on Harts
horn spring roilar, with curtain pull attached,
all colors, complete and ready to hang. ONLY
43c. EACH.
LOT 2-500 Opaque Window Shade*. 38
inchea wide, 2 yards long, best Hartahorn spring
roller, attractive curtain pull attached, all the
desirable colon, guaranteed to be a atrong, aer
\ iceable shade. ^ONLY 75c. EACH.
(Fonrth floor.)
WOODWARD c LOTHROP.
Cor 11th and F ata. n.w.
Slightly Imperfect Handkerchiefs.
The "Feaat" in Handkerchiefs waa a most en
joyable affair. 'Twaa Christmas trade over
again. You who have not had a pick should
hurry. The imi>erfections are hardly perc pti
ble;iu fact, not perceptible to the inexperi
enced. Prices are one-half, one-third and one
fourth those of the perfect qualities.
WOODWARD * LOTHROP.
Cor. 11th and F sts. n.w.
Big "Job Lot" Of Fans.
We have Just secured, at a great sacrifice, an
importer's line of samples, comprising about
one th usand five hundred (1,500) Fa s(no two
exactly alike), and propose to give onrcustomen
the benefit of thi" fortunate purchase by marking
them at a very small advance on actual coat,
offering an unpreced-nted opportunity to pur
chaae Fans at lower pricea than have ever before
prevailed.
The stock comprise* Satin, Gauxe, Spangled
Gauze, Lace. Satln-and-Lace. and Feather Fans,
in plain, hand-painted, printed, and a giv.it
variety of fancy styles in all colon and black.
Elegant line for Open and Evening use.
Prices: 37c., 50c.. 62a. 75c., 87<x* (1.00,
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75. $2 00. $3.25. $2 50,
$2.75, $3.00. $3.9(5, $3 50. $3.75, $4.00.
(4.50. $5.00, $5 50. $tt.OO. $8.00. $8.50,
89.00, $10.00 to $42.00 each.
(Fint floor; rear.)
WOODWARD * LOTHROP.
Cor. 11th and F sta. n.w.
Closing" o UT StLE Of Wraps.
We dasin to sell every Winter Wnp this
moi.th, and to accompliah it have reduced the
price on every winter garment ia stock, ex
tending an unprecedented opportunity to pur
chase fine wnpe at a aaving of from 26 to 50
percent.
We have made up three lota at the following
uniform low pricaa
Lot 1?About 15 Jackets, Tisitea, and Short
Wnpe. Bold heretofore at $7. $7.50. and $8.
and a few that wen $10.
CHOICE OF THE LOT $5.
Lot 2?About 20 Jackets, Kagiana. New
market*, Visiter, and Short Wnpe. Sold here
tofore at $12.50. $14. $15. and $16.
CHOICE OF THE lot $10.
Lot 3?About 25 PI nab Jacketa, Plush Vlsites,
Plush Short Wnpe, Aetmkhan Short Wnpe.
Cloth Newmarkets, and Raglan*. Sold hen to
fore at $17.60, $20, $22. and $26.
CHOICE OF the lot $16.
These will be displayed oa tibiae and racks in
such a manner yoe can readily aee all the style*
we have at each of the three prioea.
(Third floor.)
WOODWARD h LOTH BOP,
Opr. 11th and F ata. n.w.
Ladies* ' Fast Black- Hosiery.
We are pleeeed to announce that we have at
laat secured a Use of Black Hoaiery which we
oaa guarantee to be absolutely "Fast Color."
The manufscturen say of tuem: "We guarantee
that t-ey will not crock, statu the feet, or grew
rusty; the color cannot he removed by acids,
and Imp. ovea with waehlng, and retail dealers
are authorised to refund the money for every
pair returned aa not being what we claim them
to be." ?
The dye need ia purely vegetable, and these
can be worn with comfort by lad ee who have
beea unable heretofore to wear black atockinge.
Wa will rep.ace every pair returned to aa aa
being unaatlaf aetory.
We have the exclusive aale of this line for
the elty of Washington. Prices a-vorOlng to
the quell ./, aa every Pair ia 4 ed by the earns
patent p?0f***. $8.85. 43. 60,02* and 75c.
Forlaqr* ladiee we have eitn date aad extra
length*, at r5e. Per Fair.
Feeeibly the beet value ia the Use ia the 35a
quality, which iareaUr worth mom
WOODWARD * LOTHROF,
Oot llih audF at*, sl w.
WANTED?HELP.
"TIMHJRAPHKK and TTrE
tiut*?w* Apply before lua.ni., ,t 13U1 C??n?.
? , OBC?j.***>? awe. experience and machine
whitf. qirl1n~a family or
71* MarkM^p^'"*^^ ^?tY?
W *^J<- D^W?ITr *nP, ('ObOKRO I COOK*.
. i, wmtrfw^'v oo or?.d woinan a*
Sna Ja ^ *?*.*??'? w ?rk (5<^ii-n
aio ea "r" n ?u,ra w*ulM' *? M
\Vtaipm.i1!-vOMEX Cf?OKS. ? "> 1 o (40 <'H A X
W i*"',",r****Id cHverewav
fl\ 7f ^Eftnn J1'"'1? " '"lor- ? \'ei ' Vxi (v.
115 4t SAU'LA.OOOMBs.DJor.t i.*.
W DICKi? AGENCT.WOMEN COOKS,
v* ?10 to 941); chambermtida. w .
tenndreaa. men oo..*., waiti!^
dairymen. man and wife, at nn< .<. 61.1 Ttbnw. fl5-3t*
VV ANTED?A COLORED WOMAN AS < H*Mi?ER
v ,n',d "><* wmitr ?*. must .tiT ?TBtolM andbr;nir
refewncea. Aprly at lhig Itfth at* u w. ft?*
W ANTED ? A IllOtt I'GHI.Y fOMPETENT
?ren?r. I huii?e work In !ajii it-of mix
n>??t be an excel.ant ro k. i.m vool ?i y reie-vm
andetay n:rhu.; Kood wares Call at ltjtMj 13tb at'
1t*
WANTED-A REFINED I.APY \0'('9Ti)MFD
3l*iSsABtutsxjsi,^9
w^'svEic'ig?aia.-RaffS'S
%*. ANTED?FOK GENERAL HOI'SI WUI1K A
?g|?
WAii?LEI)7A REGISTERED DBLOGIST; ONE
6ti7r office ' experience. Addreaa KEUl&TTBED.
W D? AN ENERGETIC LADY OF GOOD AD
h M rtni" ki"?'''" fur 5 """d-'dliTiir house
hold arti< )e. ?>ucli lady ran tin<1 ?c..j poeitiou on a
V-7"ulcon,m1*^0" baaiscombu.ed. Addria. H
Y?8Uro?t. il.Vflf*
WANTED-EXPERIENCED, EDUCATED MEN
u> handle new Kiuk. Just nut. by wWi-kuuw'n
?utnor. read{ saie. field unt?ucbed. cnervetic uieu
AuENl^Stiomle """'j terriU)ry ?,ve"VuAAtl.'r
WANTKD-A WHITE BARBER? Ni>NK BUT
f 14 Tt* workman need apply to *28 c at. n.e.
WANTED ? A LADY Vl ALlFIED TO Tl- A<"H
f,Ti }",1""r<,','ljlM0 uid willing to be Ten ra.lv u "
fuL Addreaa with references. UOVEHNtSs, >Ur of
flce- fel4-2t*
\V ANTED--A GOOD BUTCHER: ONE THAT CAN
"" dress small stock irood and be frenerally useful
ra ereueee req trad. Add, esa O. Maroffio~, 14 3 " '
VVANTED-EVKBY LADT O KNOW TiTeY CAN
c.u,t'n? ?? reduced pil.-e fur oua week
??Lii. *o-??,L'li'r s^Uir" ?" draltnura dune on
R??l*. 11th at. n w .oi'poalte Muee^'. )al4-?m
WANTED-PARI NElC SILENT UK ACT Vf
With 41.000, to Ley ?ld-e?UbiMie<l rru. err*
SJSff *h:)?;u* bl" nea. ovrr ?3A tKH>. 15 c ut l.al
prvUt Addr. aa iwx 1,>1. Stur ufBo\ ll:j-:jt*
I WANTED - IMMEDIATELY?A SERVANT 1 OK
| It rener.1 honaework; wanhinir exited, ivieitn o<t
. nquired, Addreaa J. 1' . M..r th |j -j *|ga
WANTED _ di-ndoi:e-s evipeoymkn r m .
..!! ",*liSo;ulu,;!^bi wm, ?hu?
?lid colored.Ior all kiud< ot domnaUi' labo.. f, r lna'r . ?
an4 atate*. with rel,-rence. 71T M at. n w. j |?j ?>;
YY' A NTED-A oekman UIBL For a mm all
fT fouUif. noicbildr n. to do r ner.i] h.,iucw
IA.Cl^vteWt^U"ld2u'C,OCk OUlva' 134A,^*
w
V'ANTEIV?TO-DAY?COOKH. CHAMIiU M UIML
e Klrm. waitara, fci- . no cbaivea nuJeaa etu
pioymeiit fnruialied. Ala... *.?.*! cau\a*Ker? t.. *r:| u..t
VK-W Employm't Hurvmu.Tli inn at u w
W ANTI.D a MAN TO TAKE AN OFFICE AMI
* \ re|.resent a manufiu-turer. ivr we. k a'n.ll
w'H' aUmp. M AN! AC.
Ti UEK. Boi , J, Went Acton. M??k. i i i -a??
WANTKU-y.AX lO 1AKE THE AUKM i" OF
our aif.M. ?i/.e-.>MxlSilH inrhe> w.1 .t ,VX) lie
retail price ?:(?>: ot er aizea In pn ;>oriiou. A rare
cnaiioe to create a perinan. lit bnaine^ at limy Hi. a
aafea meet a demand never before atippie.il). otli.-r
aafe coinimuiea. aa we are not ir.,vorti -d l? the Sale
Fool ALPINE SAFE CO.,?:iucinnatI.uL':
\VANTED?A WOMAN OF KENSE AND KM I OV
? ? n? ldiairoiiUide Umhmrton. for our ,u
her lo<a it> . a Ur> nb.ut *.".0 " out 111 v ref reneea
exc ha (fed. ?. BaI.NMIUd'e. Sup".. :U )! a,t. ?t
8 ?
WANTED-;MME 1)1 ATKLY-L*DIB? TO WORK
lor a whole*a]" house, on needlew ork at th' lr own
hoin Kaeut any distau-e) Goixl pay ran unula
VVe7iV''vt-ymi u-l'v Addres, All
1 STIC NEEuLEUol'.K CO.. la.i Slii at . New \ork
c,t>- n
WANTKD-A DHEshMAKKKIN KVKKT KA,ill.V
ff Ix?arn?*r? for Pr??f. OH ids I'NEIC'4 few "Ij,
tfrnttioual Tailor Sy*tftm * with zuy inrh-rule or
tui-e-ineaniire alone, un all wieutuic tail.jri > ul
lJ*tt?nis and luMfriali cut. dia|>?,| or tuaa*.
Mine. S. J. MKssElt, "Goaserviikiryut MoU? s " 1 ?
> Ht.u.w. Washinirton. D.C. dt>-3;n*
WANTED--SITUATIONS
W ASTED BY A YOl No IRISH OIRI. A PLACE
aa rtiamtwrmaid or awiat wltn hoiiae wo'-k in in
*a:e family, la willi.-tr to work. Call or addreaa ?'114',.
at. s.w. ?
W
It*
ANTED- OKDEHS FOR <XX)KS, MAIDS. nEAM
. . Htretaea, wait?n. hon^eiu^n, aoul ioua. bart^-ntierK
aaleanjen, aaleMladieh. coi?yii?u. and other Ijeip, mai?
?^ViaSSl*1*' F* u- bU-NUAM' r au aw.
Ilo-ot
WANTED-AT HEADQUARTERS - FOSITI<)N9
for Cooks, Chfcuibenual.l., \V.itre?>, Lanudr aa
?t?l fln?e? H-amatr^s. Wen W .itera.C ".k? (Vw hm?n.
Butlan. HAM'L A. COOMBS.?'.>6 Fit. Q.V. ll.V4:?
WANTED-DICK'S A?ES< Y HAS FlItST-CLASsI
Cooks, I'haoiberiuaida, waitreaa a. iann.lreae s
?eatavtreaaet. nnr~ea. butlers, roichinen. hottae men
and boya. with city reference.. Ml:) 7tn at n w fl.V3t?
WANI^-A SI H ATION AS FIRST-CLASS
rook, will aa-lat with wa?hlii)r and iromu^ bra
competeut and reliai/le v unic wn te woman on rive
the beat ot relerem-e. Addreiw BOX 7*J Star office. ?
W-ASTED-A GOOD DRACGHTSMAN WANTS
11 Job work.w.irk for iua|sri'tiuii on baud lest of
reiereneea. Ad<lresa C. K II., Star ..ffice, 11 -">-?>;?
?\VANTED-A SITI'ATION AS WAITER, VA 1 [
' ' ortravelinir. ei|ierieuos thorough. si.eak - four
laiiinia?es; hiirbeat reiereneea can be K.veu Address
E. N? Star office. fl5-4f
\V ANTED?BY A Y<iL'NG LADY. TYPKWRI I INo
11 at home, or poaitluii aa tyjiewriu-r. i*a | at 437
7th at. u w. hoom 10. or address .Mis, .1 A.v. 1 > p o
Box 4S J. c re Beadle ? Co. f 14 '.'t* "
WANTED 11Y A YOCNO MAN OF il \1!1 I >
11 ? situation in a store or office; ??? d re e-. ti e
Address C. C, Star office. fl4Vt* '
WANTED-BY A WHITE GIKI. A 8ITI. ATION TO
dormer 1 house work lu a private iam.h Am lv
at 405 H at.u.e. licler<u?.-e. iI4-'Jt*
Wanted -siteation as rkoilau 01: 1.1
li-f clerk by reir.^t re,l phanuacist of the D C
MtMfaefory reiereneea. Addicas Bl'CHC. Star office.
WANTED?BY A HMMXtfU VRItt IM 1
of expert noe. with rereri nee. a Situ .too i ?s uunet
to an invalid. Addreaa ?L C.. btarofi.ee. fl.'!-3t*
ANTED?SITUATIONS FOR ALL KINDS OF
" help; Iree t.i employers: reference ifuumuteed to
be fetinlne. S IE YENS' EMPLOYMENT A> D ttuuli.
BENTINOBLREAl. 717 Kthnw., till ?pm
Ja'J7-lSt*
WANTED -ROOMS.
V\.TANTED?THREE Ri (IMS ON SEC NDU.oO't.
11 within hve-qiMres of Aacensioii Chilli h? i< eds
to be sea: lu reut *?.'(! o.- 425 in advance, ulve iiri. e
Addresa ADLLls, star office jt.
WANTt.D?ALA1 (IE PARI '>IL?)N 1TP.ST KUWk
fu nishrd or u-ifum she.1, between 1st and Pt ,
ats and l'enilsylTali.a ave. and ti st. n.w . for cltih
KM>in pu.isjsea. Address CLl B, Box J4ii Ktar
office. I14-3t*
WANTED?LOTS.
\VANTED?TO PURCHASE A CORNET EOT
11 with two a.lJoiu:n{ lota, west of 14th at. wanted
for luinieiliaU' linproveiiient. Addreaa Box J4 star
oOce. 114.,t
WANTED?OWBElii OT LOTs IN THE NoKTH
weat anitable for medium-class hous,*. who are
in need"! ready money, will find prompt all caah i av
ituf | urchasers in the ?ashiuv;ou luiproveiucnt Coin
liauy. Send (L-acriptiou oi i ?.isrtj, ion est uric ? Ac
to WELLEK & KEPEl TI,
fll-lw 3',"6 Pa. ave. s.e.
WANTED-M1SCELLANEOUS
Wanted -a type-writek. addulss pox
12. Star i fflce statimr make anil price It*
WANTED-A SECOND HAND. LIGHT." 4 SEAT '
carriage in (food repair, a low rash price, or will
exebamrea (food tailing-top Lunry- Lot 13, Star office
115-31* _ _
WANTED-HOKSE.COCPE (OR COCPE P.OCK
11 away), and Driver for three montna. Ad .reaa
b. rireani-at- rtUN Ulilteil Stales Senate. fJ5-3t
WANTED-TRY OCR BCTTE1UNE AT CENTS
a iKJUiid. Doesn't vetraucid; keeps better laa j
Lutter:aaUalactio|i_iraaraiiteeii or money reinru.'L
Stalls 34W. .*t5o. 351 Ctuter, 51 Eastern, and 544
NUrthern LibertyMarketa. Wil. c. bCKIBNElt.
_?u3-43w*
IV ANTED - 50,000 SECOND - HAND BRIcZ
II State prloe. Addreaa JNO t. CULHSANE, 4J<t
7 th at. s.w. fll-lw
WANTED?HOLLAND k THOMPSON. CARPKnI
ten. Builders atid Muperinteudeuta. particular at
tention p-id to alterations and re|>aira.
Heal r atals Brokers,
Insaranoe placed. Loans ana lnvesttcsnta made.
II I 1313 t at. u.w.
WANTED?HoTFL WITH 30 OR Mo E 8I.EEP
1. g roouis; centrally located lurutahed or uu ur
niabed. Audress HQ.EL. Star omee. Ill-lit*
WABTED?WODi.D LIKE TO MEET WITH A
lady or yen 11 man who would advance 4150. with
wnal party baa. to .akea weil-lueatad boarding house,
lender to receive board until debt Is paid. Addivs.
ilO-tft* M. V. H? b tar office
wANTED-HIOHI 8T' CASH PRICE PAID Fob"
V V Heowud-baud Furniture, SWvaa Carjs-ta. Clotu
lnr, Old Paper, Iron and Metala. Addreaa Box 16,
D tar office. ftt-lni*
ANTED-WELLS DUO, BOKED AND DRIVEN
All kiuda of well work done m most skilltul man
w ? ^
ner. Puinpe made to work eaay. Puinpe and puiup
stuck turnisbed. Termsmodarate. WM.H. JaoF t AT,
323 8th n. a. d l-3m*
WANTED- HOLMES BBOS. k CO. MAMTAC
turers of fine silver plated war>-. nickel platinr
and br .as poiishlutr. 200 North i.oRday at, lialtimon.
kid. AtepalrlMf ?ud replatin* a sjiecUlty. >17- tin
WANTKD?IT KNOWN THAT C. a BCNd7, OF
458 Louisiana ave., (oppoeite City Hall), Ja Oow
miasioner of Deed* lor all lite b la tea awl Terntories
I except Marylaudi. nltMiui
WANTED-COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR
?vary State and Territory. NoUrr and V. a.
Ct/BiUisaionsr. J NO. E. BfcALL. 13.' 1 Y st. n.w.
lb office lrom 0 a.ui. to 5 luu. Telephone 344-ri |5
XJU AXTED-FCKNITI UE. FKATHEB BEDH. car!
Tl leu. Siovea, Clotbiuir. or eutire household u
fecta. The hbcueat caau pracoa paid. AdoieaaH. BAl'jbL
2H|7UisCa?r. fbll
pOUNTRY REAL ESTA3RB.
3BSALE-A FARM Of Si ACRES, OXB iTlB
troai HyattavUls. *ood improvemeata. A aieal
^aU to an immediate purcba-er
IXelW
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
1?OR REST?
AT CLINTt>S HOr>-C. 7TH A*D I ST*. N. *
<<entral location ?. wlj furnt?he-t and U1 der new roan
ajretnent. firvt-c.ua roc?n? and board to p?rmeueut <?
tra: aient truest*.
Table board 418. _fl5 *w*
1MB REST?TWO BIAI'TIU'L BOl>MI?. HISt.ll
or en ?uile. b.wt en J ?-a? reut retainable V-M fc
?LD.V. fl.VJf
L*or REHT-Laroe riKxisHt" mwM. i>**
I antt fuel *_*V4 Mb ni. aw.. 4 It) |*r most .in pri
vate tauit y. M^rrmet Mtuiml. Apt'lfC U.1
SANK 4'ttl i h ?t *.* fU
yt?* RES . ?170S I.ST X ? . NKAK COX V tt' 1 1
r cut Hf. <*<? hatiii?>nifi) I urinal*. J aec??tid
nauu. aoutbern eii-?urf aitu lietli. Ac. Brut<14
ii? at*
|^)K Hj:M-IH>i|)w.MILV riRKIHHIP PAII
A. lor and Ivd roolu on tirat floor ?lu.-l*t'l,attiVt' "
? -r .ua floor, at loth at Ruanl it deaired. f 14 Si*
|<H?R BENT - WO LA HOE RttOMH. HH'OSI)
1 floor. tea*, bath and rl.aata 410. 4'.'4 V?- eve.
?.?. 114 vt*
fJVlB BF.ST 1.TJ2 13!H -T. N.W A Sllll OF
Furtita li ^ui" ? Ji tir^t floor ?l?o. amir!*- h????n?a.
1 ruu*.flit* ftbd ltblf lioBitlrr a HO-tJt* i
Ijh)U run i?.im \ri.v n KMsmn oohmixu
iati w i\m in* pu M'vMtiti floor. uiuflt* of < n* ite 4t
4 IK tf.li I* . U w. t!4-:4t*
Ifi IK BUST- AFTER HHIitAliY !.*> T*A> W1 II.
tai ial.e-1 front rvou.a aitb 1?) wm?low* aiicltial
conj cormer li ne- ftur l.?vti..u annua.I r.-< r
NM required. I tl.'. N at u ?14-:tt*'
For bext-uos ni:? york a\e n *_ ?>m:
furnialie4 fro .1 U.K.1,. tli.r.1 fl -.r alao. ?null ha. ,
room. *ltll boarl ino.l. t ate |i|ior ftfrrr'nt* ev
. h?n*vd. Ja'.'K l >f
1*tn. RENT-AI I4TH AMI li >[- N VT. .111(1 1
U k , ? 11- iirh isl, ?.- oud-ttlor> F'nml loami* 11
ni darn iinproveuiint* A.?... tal.ie of two .talla rod
Cemmre-Hon*e. Appli Wl 14th at. u ? ii:t-<it
I 1>>R RENT-* Nil'I LV FIRM-HEI' ?EU. ,
| ? kept warui b?ck room. aecond fl ?>r K'17tiat. '
??w.
1>?B REST A VF.RV HANI.SjiMK IK NT I AK
r h>r Oil Aral floor. aullxlile f< r p rior . r Mi\>hu. I
| h ardr. br nrdatrid .. an be u-rd aa oft. e alao on' oil
it xt floor. >>ct-earheap to|tennaiMi4 pertie* 1 niT^r
' In l-ou*e. 1110 Fa ii.w. 113 Hi*
1 |X)B BENT?FT;.ST FLOOR. TWO COM MIX I
| 1 i-.ttu- 10-nia. tiufuruiabed. amiable f r cat rrror
I eftre. *l?o. .-olUHIUUlca in* ruoaia upala.ru At tail
?that. a.m. our
1JOE RENT-THIRD AND FVJ1 RTH I I..kiRh Ol' !
1'-"Jo Pennayltama av?. n w . two larvr noiua on I
I ta h fl.Hir. F'nta olbm for an bilact or l>b >to<rra| !?>r
??ttt a:.d *4ti i*r uuuth 1 ..r nittnUn ?|>, ? la
OUUl.LV : I. 111. . - Ml* Fat. Ill Iw
I^OK liEN" 1?I.AU'.E Rut M OS~FIRST IU) ?1;.
M amiably Ioc 14.1-wimi. oit unnH t.re. AIno aitl
room .? aecoud floor, furuuluU. i:\u.i F' atr -*t u w.
Illl-Ajt* _
1"0|{ RENT A ? tW VF.RV Lir.>'kABI.h RtHIVrt '
at the Cnaliiur Huum. 471 fat. u w. fT-MtP
1H?R KKNl I'HOU'K ROOMS. NKAK THE AR_
iliiKtou. aiiicl* or rn aulu-. aoutb h.h1o?>. 101J
15tk at. riiin
170U KENT?18 .M I ST.. EUCUAXTLY FT R
dia1i?*1 Kiiita ?>f tlin* rooiua on tint floor al~i
room for m>ntlrtnau ou third floor. rrf*r. ik-<m. )afl .lm
1*OR KI NT?HAXDfAOMELV rCIMsHED PAR
un. >-ii aulto or aimrlr. alau. |> ^wuii.1 hall rooina.
^ itable U.r veutliMnen ^ with or without Ihi i-d at KDJ
itlbat.nw. Ketpreix***! ? iclulur*d. <>17 I'.iW
FOR KKNT-FLATS.
1M)li RENT?AN IKl-TKNiSH D KLAT IX AS
a|?artni#?it hoa^e ?*i H *t . n*'ar I^alav' tte Sijuar*.
L atfj by >t?*jAiu without oxtr chtxv*. lMce i'?U
liu.uth HIU. t JoHNsloN. T:iH l.'ith ?t u i t14 tfi
FOR RENT OFFICKs.
J.VMC REN i ?HfCV K\ OFFI47K BOOKS. i)l |? STTF
Pfttfiit ? flirt* Rcbt. from #4 to $10. with h ?t.
Good l?>r IaikI ol p*t?ut Nttorii*'-yw TlOHthnt.114 lit*
1!H>R UKM--SKVEKAL VE V m:*lA.Abl> OK
t.-e-?, tiON F |?rti<-ularl> suitt d for
patent, or re?l eatoie. Apply to 8. C. HILL. ?*.?r Htli
? t .f
1X)H nUNT-OFFICKH IN OUR NKV Bl lLIilNG.
. feteuui Li-iit ?iud aii runveii vU '*.
T\ L ii A IU rHKRFt>EO.
fll I.t0i \ -t II w.
;oKRKN 1 THi'.H DKM It A lit \ ? Y I<T
. invit'-?l i?y Ht? am. <$ * U> i**r ?j" Htb.
A}?ply to J A is V. I> MS' h??NS,
11 -iw 1 ~0l r**iiu"ylvai;u ave.
FO K RENT?ST( )UKS.
1*oK lilZXT-EART OF A STORE >? 11II A I.ADY
<1oiu;- a w-H.d huhiue^. ?uitaoif for >w*lry or fane/
| ttorr. iiKWUit la.w
1, OR KENT-NTORK AND TFN-K<KJM DWKIX
iii>r. No. IcOO O nt. n.w., old ?niaL!lah'-<l (innv:v
J a rul Meat mat Let, fixtures or Male, luquireat 4?4 O
I a?. 0 lut*
1^*<)K RIN1 hTOHF. AND DW EI.L1NO A I li.W
14th st. u.w,. <*otitkitiitiK l-< !?x?rii-*. h .th fell in d
| ei.i liui io\emeuta li.qulr* lti.'iH I4tb ?t. 11 t;?*
Fi >11UENT-M IsCELL A N K? )US
1
1
^OU K1.M-OOI.IM III A OltEENHOrsES, I.o
* c?lM ou S str^. t, bot?c.-ii :ijnl jiid 31th a a u.* .
IICitii K ?pi>aratu> aJ. r inplrtr. to JOHhl'H J.
V .UthN ;HlT7 M ?l u.w. 114-0 *
MONEY TO LOAN.
Money to uian on real estate, is mums
. lo autt. At and ti |'i*i rent No aureaaoiia bl?> de
lay. F. H SMITH k SON.
la'JO-Ini 1 'ii-i F at. u. w.
^ oO.OOO?TO LOAN
lll.lUMi
T
DUO OX REAL ESTATE,
:i.(kk>
?ittoo fflHl TOOS. a W AGO AM AS
Ml LOAN ?
$15,000 ,
110.000 t At 6 per rent. ?
? ?VOIIII >
fSO.OOO at .*? per cent.
BE ALL, Hltows k C O.
fi:: .'Jin 1 1 Fat
Money to loan at lowest rates or in
t.-n-Ht and Couuuianl. u . 11 Real l-.tate sei-unty.
HOLLAND 4 THoMI'SOS.
fl 1 1313 F ?t? Adjoii'lnir Sun Btnldlntr.
Money to loan at five fer cent on ap
. i>i .veJ r.%ii tiatate aerurity ]jnr.- auiotinta a
?|... |j|tv I VLER k RUlHEtiFouD.
J'JS-lSf l it)? F at. u.w.
Money wanted t<? borrow ?:to.AMio os
.l>UHiii.*n l. al 1 >t^t.. at Ave 1 ei cent, for a t rm of
tiv> to ten yeara. u> auit the leuder. Audrraa It. v "i'J.
Siai . .fii
Mnf.y to loan ox FIRST-CLASs heal
eatitte stvurity by
JOHN SUl.RUAN A CO..
IS-lm 1+117 F at.
Money to uian. ~
ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY.
Lowest Rate* Iiitereat and c... in.a ton
fii-ltn J. B. AAliitK. 1313 Fat.
MONEY TO LOAN. IN LARUE AND SMALL
>uiua, ou approved re; 1 eatat" xnuriti', tl loueet
rui a of iutrrral. K. H. T. LF.1POLD, 1331 F at. u.w.
BUM
MONKT TO LOAN ON BEaXT ESI ATF??if.iO.OOO I
ill Kunia to suit. Si'V. ra. Iat*r aiiiua at live per
r.'iit. Low uiuinilf^ua
13- lOt B M. y> ARNi R A CO.. Sllll Fat n.w.
flWUk ,,N UA'-emtaieuri Iuty at
? lowest ra:e of inter.^-l tu nuiiia of
43.i?l#auil upward. Ver small cointuu*ai..u.
J I1.1W* C. II knioht. (>07 7ih at. B.w.
WJOXF.l TO LOAN IN sLJCS FROM *.".00 I P
J5 ward, at the lowcat utri ol ititer>?t and ?ximinia
fciuus. ou approved real t?bu 111 thin rity
It O MOL17XAN.
JalO Corner lllth bik' 1 at*. n.w.
Money to loan in ri vsto si it ai lowest
ra - a 01 iuieroat ou apt roved real v^ate aerurMy
aiiuenty. HILi. ? johnston.
jj1 l-.Hu 7.1S l .tliat. u.w
wilito 4WWI 10 i?an ox Maryland
Cl"''i""" laiuutina Country lt*ea
Telepuoue . 3J. u H. UUITIl s CJ,
au-ti 32^ X. CUarita nL uaiuu^ora.
Money to loax ox approvld rlal kmtate
sht;L 1.11 >.
Moderate comiuiaaiuua. No di.uy.
au.10 1.ho. ? l.lNhi.sb. .or 11 and ll?lh ita.
HJO.NKY TO LOAN
lu guiua to auiu at h we?t rate*, on approved raal
uoiateavi'iirity. llK'U, FXlX A Blo'AAN, ,
gggfl 14-J7 l'euuayi v&uia ave.
Moxey to ixian
at loaaest ratf:s or interest
on HI- ai. em Alt Sti'l Kl i V.
ill Us. J. Jfiatttl: ft CO.
ac>5 UWlAAW.
Money ix> loan on real f^tate at luw
eat ItitM.
WAbH N J'axenhower.
,p..'4 Surronsor to DANKXBOWlM A SON. 1115 Fat
Money to loan on real estate or first
claaa arruriuea. at loweat ratea ol ubml No
dcL-y .there the aerunty la tnod.
Iuh:iu O. C AiREEN. 303 7th at. n.w
BUSINESS CHANCES.
WNOR BENT <>R SALE?
1; A N. bie-ioned. Flratl-claae Second hand Piauo.
rent or aalc. banfaiu.
11 .V3t 811 ?th at. a. w
A RARE OPPOBTCSITT - THE 8EXIOB PART
ner of the CU.unr*'tkut p e Co. will diapoae of hi
iu.ereat lu me Plaut forca?u A fortune lo a live uuu.
Can be aoeu froiu 1 till 3 o'clock p. na., at
1407 3*~'d St., OrOtv. town. D. C_
flo .1t* T11 OH. b. SMITH.
VHTANTED?PABTNt-B, SILENT OR ACTIVE ,
M with $1 OiK>. for a buaineaa In wto oh there la 1.0 |
co.npetitiou. For in oriuauut. aod reference ad area
ki l-CU AN.C. Star other. flj-'-'t*
BLACKSMITHS. A . TEXT ION!
Vear y rental of ahop rltrhta of the Rickenharbe:
A Jo naon Brake-Block, the b-at in the world, to U
had by appt> iiiK at the C-.&FL'L NOVELiT ?JO.,'J3H
F at. U.w , Ataaiiltirtou, I). C.
8eud for cinuia . fl4-3t*
?t SHARES CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK SI Oct 1
Oat A rare puivhaae.
FRANK H. PELOl'ZE
Il3 3t 1416 F street, Eellotrx Bu. diiur,
1.HIR BALE-A FlRS1 -CLASS BUSINESS PROP
F arty, corner lKih aud k aia a.w . oue of the beat
urooMiy stand*m tbecl.y. uiuat beaold within ihlrtj
?) ya AdOreaa or Cail ou MBS. B. UEN.SkUAN. ltt4o
IVthat u.w. fl3-??*
VET ANTED?ONE or TWO gentlemen WHO
11 ran furaiau 43.000 caah (will luvaat 44 000 lojr
aeitj to join uie lu an euterpriae of uueguaied went,
and w liirli la now In auape tu pilaU to a a real aurr??
Addreaa Ct EssF'l'l* Siar ofh.-e. ftl-liu
J.'OB SALE?330 SHARES CAPITOL TYPE- * BIT
uur VaariiUi Co Stoc^. in onrunratra to ault. at a.>
1 er anare. ti. H F.CELINU. 1^04 3^d at or ttlk
Ley BLOB. 1319 F at JaJd-Aw*
I'EKSONAix
THE attorney THAT ADVERTISED FOB THF
lie.re of UlDiuci hoou, under dace at Janu
ary VJS all -JV. iMh. wUi p uaae eeud naiue and acl
droM to 1^13 North Capitol at. a.e. It
JAMES A. McDEVITT. CHARLES E. F1JNDEB
1 iiv_.tr Detective AxtKl aau l?ar?aa *M .ulo.iua
Hon, oflicr SOo Fa. ava Fritate room lorooaaBlta.wu.
1 uia wreucy la u>oep?iM>ai.tof Uot?mairiit or uiiuuc
Ipal rontrol, doaa not otn-ratg tor rowanle u?* eunaa
in divurce wai. flJ-lm*
AUTHOR 1ZEU PRIVATE Dk.TEOTIVE AQENClf
All coiiinniiit?ttoae by mail or telegraph prouiptlj
ai wndad to and iraatedetrtctiy couddruinu. Ottceone.
at all nodra. ...williams MsuayerJ??fSt-uw JJiia
mEL
s.ir"?1- *s=" ""Aft
FOR SALE-HOUSES.
|,ohbAL -C?EA*-T?i KTull kkli K IK<?P
I add tii* Hi nww> tor* Ntk at. a
near K. (Ml. It it . tt p I'J.f* |
tlkr. iiiw olfK.JlH) OMk U. M I k) A V J |
"Set _ ni--.r
f.'VK kAIJ A RA <lt|\ *, I 1 , \ hi .,sUK.
r TUL HKICk ktHll>?jiC|. *1.1.1 A-1' <>N
TKAU * UH'ttlT XokfHWEil ront*i lathifWa
larva rooina < tour m in. daai- tai llaat fl.., i*ntn?
l-attia. k..4ly cel.ar bouea >? aated by furaaa.*. I.
?e?i} aad hawWiuilj |?|?r*d U.n, ucboOt. and m
ai.-al.eut rei*ir Ta, -lory Hnca Mabh m r-a Lot
u.i4 'X& - "???*?'*+> tv ?;.? i? K 6xLr
? IS.<KKI Mt-IuUl t Ul tiUM? \
I'bC'S l.TtMfrat.
(;?>?> >tir T*?'fTt?tii Fm'NT ami kua
?*!.? 590 11" ? ? ? ? -a.
' ' r' ' ?>" J*-' a?..ath 4l..:'>0 * II i ?K II
A JORDAX. 1417 I .t. I IT. at
1
v?i; HAI.I- ? ,(>t p si x.? kfw r.i mn
I r ? i . i. k. with i.i'"I . i |i iii 4 '.lank
ofWa ?W Dttl.MiN A l>AtlD? k.
Ill Mi" Ow.t^ni l>k.?.
1y)R KAir. A MM 14 KO.IV HtH *F. V"?Tt
mi). Maaaai uuertu ktre.. uaar l .tli at. *!-? i.-.irw
lilr Imtliuu J. L Ml.klt<>RI>.
I m?if i? i^r?A._
1-X'R SALE?HOI hKK
020 v J ;m. ** 41 k 44 m?r
b. b . Mr |'*.VOOO llrai h. r Ab .m I,
I IISIOto'.'-.'M Kl> ?i Ti #?t.KOO
ti * . Ii ll . Ir 1>. mill Kill Kill ?l. n a . f h .
JW.'4t?tWi?mii4'i r .... . 4 >tig
; *t ii ? hti .tr 1. TOO rt4 . *ii.l i.AM It at. u..
I 2l?Uto ".'OA O at n ?. t. h. ;r 4. >00
mul I.12W and V?> l.Vil Ma'-ioti at. u.w..
2d u.a..b ti. A Atlr 13 -?0"i nl, m ?. ???, A <kl
I 2211 t..2V.H lotb .1 ;u a t.. .1.134 I' at u w.
I u w. b Ii, >r l:i.?KX? 1 I. 4.00C
'J 11 li TOi-et roa.1 1" '* \ ti ii w . b h ,
li a IITWO lira THOU
IT t.' I ; 4:? I. at u Tin sf at n w.. L h .
* Kra 0 000 <'r? , S..'?0C
1X01 I- 1 hit". L tl ti :Ui>i? > at u Htk.
a . I k-.n k.OOO Ti . *.MN
IttlW I at. II w. fk. A It*. I to lOtal Utidat,
2 h.uaa. raar J.OOO -l tt.lkHi .MHH.
2P.1t to I:tO k at. II 201k Oik at. I. a., b Ii
a., h.h.4r MHO ?.ra .l.OOfl
1.111 D at. n. w . I b . >1 11 th at a a . I h
lit IMI br J.?ttO
8'JS Wd at u b b . H.l . to H4 I '.'4 at a. ??
?r 4.H00 lk.tr ?-'.?00
??lhtlat n ?.. b.U. USA lln 1'ouu.tai j
t?ra 4.TO' ?i. n XT ..... MIO
* 144 I at n. ? b H1 it '.'d-t ?a . I ti.. 4r MH)
Ok .4.~>00 ?0b L au a ?.. b la..
1414 ? ma 'ti at u. ? It MH,
t.li.rtr I.TOO
TVtb<n?t" uoljr a portion .if tfca l?m?lt( tm mr
tn?.k> F> r full li.t cal at .. (i<n f..r ?.iii;?im ta. i-I .?
tb* 1.; an J 1 :.IU (1141 IHiW I. MttKHMtl
1>)H BALK - A THUEt-blOKV MKICK IKM HK.
Ulna n~>ii.a and lath. hi?t an J rolii train l~ir
abijr t.M*atail tu uortb??at. lui|it.raat lUa/ui It 1414
F at. u ?. fUal
I 1,M s VI 1 A u 1IX - HULV THRU ? 111 OUT
It i?*a bn.k front Hi'Uaa, on ?>aat aij. lltb at u a .
i Irnar Maaaarhua. tia ata.. iui.? trnm a at.
1 li umn F It M"HL >i. I .Ml f n. n w tO bt*
tjHtH MAi.r -i\ m:? bay wink u i-hl-h
linct tnn'1 htiiii i u tu?>tiia ii4 I alb ai . 4
. iintaL Itt'JIt to ltMb ttth a., ti a ki t at uto a opt*>
aite. FkANt'ltt lOUMa.Kwn V 4TV L? ava.flA Jt*
I^I 'K XAI.K-AT MPECtAL LOW FHIi I l>
U nea H-ruoii. II uaa .. I Mat ton u a
| il naa T-room Hoiiaaa oti rbaal ud av... o.w.
I t..re <>n I4tu at tiwt H and 1 at*, ti *
>'? a IV-fiK'tn Houae 1
i N?-? 1-Vro.ii
I 'J n.?? H-r.Him ll''U*aa i?ll Atti at., liaa- 1 * l>tott I ark.
l'J nmii Mouaa uii <ithat . tw*. F aud Una
Fori rui- aj.ply toOWNtk, Hoou. 1, l.'i'i F at u.
] Ir.-in ItO&pBL 11 4 ji
17(MlMALI. BAKt.AIKHNOkTHF.Aar.t hT VF.*"i
briok, ? ruoinaanil batb tm IKtlOO AH.(tiki I at.
bi'l liili mid Ttb inaa t ? r.M.iu brick I.VVrtl. II at., a
ion. .1 tat.la *.'-a or> and haaainaiit b. uaa lot IM'.MJ.
4'.' .liKI Klb |.^AI I aat t ai llol. bli- k li. ua>'. lot 'JI
ltif. 'i.le aud t.ar Aliata. 4 ' 400 . t. itua to ?uit.
?i:i-:?t DAVin i>. hiom. booFat n?i
'"Kvll \ VFI.V I'HI.AF Hot bl t>> h ?1
l? t. l.'.ltl ?liil llith, 10 lltilr nai lia aoutb front.
i pi . uvi. b aim i at*, n a
Hollar mi I. at. bat. (ttli and ttth a. ?
llouaa on it t t?t ?ib a"it 5tii ti w
i llooaaa oti 4tb at., naai I* Droit I ark.
1
tro|?r l
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ItJCitJtiU uu? o! 1In ? lU lllfj '.l> ? #?? Nl 1(1 t 4jj,
iii.tt
IF la WOitu A ; ...txl. DA? ID D K4UNE hmi
1 > IK K tl.F. -NF.VKHAI.DI hlHAHI.k I F-lDINi ii.
M in ta-hiuiiftbi** part <>f tb* ? il> . atitl uu
furatuWO. b H. KOMJ&IIMIK. I.Mi H ?t. il.i-tti
1V)H sAI I OH I XCHINdl W.IVO oHL UU)
? to latv'-r Loum. * II ..f n.) ti#?w howM
n#?nr l)uii>ijt Tin li'. lurmitMd or uutuiulftifd. vtr>
t Mid ou etmeM t< rius. AiltlrfM hArtilr l< la,
MtfW flS-St*
l^OU K1VR KCm ??i-HtHjM Htk It'KM. \\ I-XL
I buili. ra.<ir?*, UtrvW.? btrr v ui?iit?l in |>ariA?r-. u Ar
both II h mid 9th at. car*. ..11 m ?d. iuip* ^ 111 n*\l
mlib 1 ^ on ?*tM) term-. ??r h- m wnolt, nikkiuir r <.?1 n?
v?kqimii i. I. viMKttt i:a:i I
1~M?K Mil I4.0U0 "III I \ * ? KITYcKKWi
brirU ii. ? mitt iuii>r?>viti?r w* ?
111in df tlit* iiorth*?**t Ki-vn ru??ni? mut tMith. uiauH
n nnte ?. ainl tu <Wf| t^i-^i-t loin irt* liou*r. r?ai,
fiU Apply mufe to DiuD D. HloJUta, M6 t ti.?.
i it :u
1" muj ^ Moons n vi - m.*t.
u#*?r FnmMTilt Kgiiarv, (KVUpN b) l?*?<iiiui ttumiAi
vl city, payitnr h per rent net li -o ?.!<?.out!
1JI U.L. BKOttN k ?,o?
nsia IKIF4
t~ KAIJL Hlfl VXCkLLKSCU, 1HI MlMhltH
? u atid N>ir?ar?t> >ut l? .vlu?rttii^c u tf|
f in <>u linn tu tnune (aud ftirni
luretlnnit pur ha-er de?i it K at . ? b cu la
tln?e-HtAiry ainl U*m lit brick, lib teet tn-ut. *i ro ua
n thoma^h r-patf 1? i ? at, -aniiary piuiuU
ii.?, ut m verj r?-ji??..nfcblc btrur^
F
F
For terma mild pariiuaai.'ii to D.pnrt apply tn
HLAI.I. BHO? K k CO..
n.I Sm IS!!I F at_
I.-Iil. >tl I NFU nil.I K s HI.i Mi', k I Hit,
liuir, U.U room", batb . una and cellar Inrnai* .l4
1 at. n.i'dnn I npr.'vriiiau * ii. i. naif I all I at md, lo
i oatad ta.iaqtiarua In.ui Dw|a>ui t'lix lr. i.rtia #n..%00;
tr: ui< very ?aay 1 VI.I.K k kt'l'Ht.Nl'i >KD.
I JalSlhf I.til. I at. u.?
I^ult SALE - THKKk. DEkIRAHLL OOCMsK
<!?? Itnr?. will Iih ata-l, ii irtnwoat. at ?? UOU.
I 410.OOO and kll.tHK) ra-iaH-tlvaly.
11 lj?K ? It I HEKPORD.
IHIP_ 1 ttiT fat n.w.
1*>ll HAI.I kU'.iO t'ahh. HAI.AJifF. #i:? I ik
IM Mb ti? V* ai.?l 1.4-at frmtiH- dwelling, JP7
' r?? d, (lirik.'htw<KHt *ve.), oi>|?ofite s?n?-uty.n r?rk;
V-rUf $ 1 A| pi>* ? IIHi. M.W. IK Kill
F'oi; naij^: fok invimvixt a hi mni>h
I'Mim y. niirtliwtut, payiiMc 10 |wr ?ent int r -nU
ttiiii'* r ut at|i,HOO|wr>(?r luquir*at 4?4 0sL
t?1 1M*
X?U SAI.h I H AT I.MVfLV toKM l: H? sf.
d?n(*e( 4?H O it. Aiii e^\ teriui. lnquirffat 4 4 (>
i si. M 1 ui*
;oh SAl.K -THAI IH I lull I H I rilKH HluH.V
Hnrk and UM^*in? nt, KUlM <?nii<-< :u u ?%?-.. ? 1 ?-? t?>
^itrrMfUt *4u*r* . niue rtn?nm. lmir?* > i ?M*t??, tnre*- I*m11.?
I rooaua. rear ^*11 ? i lea 1 i>> lUihf at 4mm?
j to a public iule>. Cbarrmuir 1?m ation uud n?-nrliiiorli<Hi(L
rui? 4 O)..
I O-lM IS.'4 Fat . w.
Ftm KaTe those TW ? M W TBIlt e ATolcr
I reaa-brt? L IIoum*'**, Ili'S.l au?l l.'i'i.t T at. n w.. . uu
| t?:utmr elarlit rtKim* an>t t?tb ? ? Ut under ?bol?
i bttUM*. ali luadani tiu|?9VMueata. beatad b> ftiruace;
! uriuteifl. i<a|*Ttd and fi?m <ed ttirouirb tit.
t.uili iu t ie very beat manner. b? i??ii it r iua|<er?
; tiou. Apply t? KKKI) W. 1'lLLIMi, bui.rtnr Mid
ovnar, l.'?tb at. u.a. ja .4 loi
1;oKs\i.l S\!\l I I ? v\ i LLINO. 1<? '? VKW JF.R
?M-yave. u.a. pf?*a?^M*lt;n at t?n?*? P ica. f.'i,.?OU;
I t*Tina CMV. UAMti. U'C. t ALLAUllAN. ex*x*utar
i. lid t. uatt*e. lOtW h hL u m jl7 liu
FOR SALE-Lc )TS
?3UR 8ALE-KIJM AXT Bl'tLDISd LOT <>N ?1?T
1 bl. U-i N a'i.ln?t? . -!>^|*' I'liCf MrLACtfL If
A BAH 1 I I 1 iv l .'. . F ML
Iyon 8Al.lt \T A C1RF.AT Bvi IIS .'..Ml
fe-t of ifround on Co ambta H'Miruta. ft .tin*
Columbia a!.. U-t l.'ith and 14( at ?? ?id R ?au.fc- at
lot 11 b and l*Jtb ^t? ?urth. I In !tO<i. c?u ImjukU
if nolo at oa?* for #.'>..??><> A|?pt> to o? u t. UX.i t at.
ii a ., It *-m 1. f.??iii ;i la m, !14 .jt
1; ; Mil ? AliltA'NN IS \11 I I I A8ANT?
L??t* from 4>.VMI t ? t4 Ot?n I^>t laa*m?*t Hairtita,
2 1*\ ; Columbia Henriita, I'V.. ouruar l^ot, Ifltb ??*
(. lid 1. : .1 h HI.KTh ?KD 14 .M% P at fl4 tit*
1X>K HALE KOMKoP 111! - I OICEMl LOTh IN
Con < ran -t.. b**tt?e?'U lTtb at and .Ntw Hampabir**
ave. Noa ih the tiun to buy tn**?e Lota, a- tue pric< a
mial be raia-*d III the apiitur, a b?*u tn? buildma of tb?*
new liAfiiaeb it coiunieuced. HILL A JuMNMON, TitH
1 till m 1. U 11 4 ^it
I BALI I Ul ? . IPQ1 * i ' 1 K'J- Ifi99
lift, Prict . t .'(Ml. A 4 uau< e to speculate and
more thu.ii double iuoi?**y tioore m nmr
114 at* A T. OK'MBk. 14New Vork ave
/oil KALL?feFFt'l AL BAl.uAl Nh HV IJtf
it ou M nt n a ,nnr tbf j-roimaed naa Nwn-I
1
i liboo. TO eta. t* i ait It . 'J5 by H.i ft ou V at., u^ar
Varinotit ?vc., 6"i i ta.; 21 f, by 122 it. on lTtb ?t, U ?.
1( an J S. -ta, * la irniitur^ of 2*i ft. on v ft ill < Ki t IV..,
tbivr V at.. HII rta_ and 'iiii* of 21 ft. . n M at . n ar iiib
U.W.4I I5 It. H. T. LL1. OLD. l;ui t at. n ?. 114 U
y?OR !SAI.E?AT A KACklFICE?
r A beautiful trtaturb- <?at uf aquarc 104?, as
n-oiiiiuilral pi-vaof .Pound tu build on. fa< iu? tbra*
atrccta: IT.0^4 agtiara faat.
Lot IU. aguarv JtHia, T.O?Jt aqtiarr taat
Tl.raa-atury brtck bouar, in.u. t.. b vk allay, T r.. mai
r.'.500 D kl (iOor>A. Kf.
flS-Uk 12M H at u. v.
t^'iK salk -a lot on tul n ?th s ki or
M.m i buaetta avr . an I i i i * i. ' ? Hiai * 1. h? .
J7 frot frot-t-oSh OF THF. M hi iiki luItlML
i.OtAI loXH m city. frti-. AT VK)
HILL A JOHMITOK.
_f 13-?t it* 1 .* in 4n.?
t. OR 8ALE-TWO HKACTIH L HI ILDISti LOT*
ou ?aat aiua of 12tb at. brraaaa ' ? and r au u.*.
ac . Lot ha* a In >lila*a ol *J0 t*al by a tl. ft li of VI
la.-t to an alia^. 1, aaa arr I>.ia ..f . nirt-uat. -ua tbai ara
r-eldoui oOcrtiL FTIc?. ftLIKMI for botb l- rmaoaaj.
CllAuLEb W HA \DV,
fl?-3t .*.1 I .1 u w.
FOR ? ALE-LOT OK ERIE IT. XLAR ltflTL
lArnaiU. H.L. for 41 0On. aiao l>ot ia Kiarmuul
i*ark, oierioc.tiM | roi oa.? it.x^k Cmek hark. 10c par
not BLNJ. FTuAVIH, l.llVFat. fl.t tf
I. OIt SALE?A XI MBFR OF HITS IX THkl EOU
r lowiiif aubdlaiaiona, X'i lo kiaridian Hill. 4 lu
o:uiubla Hvuniia. f is La.itar Haiirui s I t la Moant
K' aaant. :t. li huaatbcuni. ipu. inur KUmrlr l^iad.
l oUtalttlaa T4.000.4 tu ttluuicy cioaa UKJ *.
LINKIXR. 10th and H ata a. w. fW-l?
I OH MALE 1 Ht o EATEHT BAkOAIN IK THIS
1-tl* for 41 pari.<?! on 12th at. n w HOiltJO f^?t
to 20-foot a lay. aim 10-loot aiua a.lay Fro|?rtf
aalllnir all around It for *LM) per foot. Foi furUiar
nai ucuiara call and aae
^ WASH'S HAXEXHOWLR.
Sncceaaor to DaBanbowar k aon.
ft-la 111 F at. l m.
tX)R 8ALE-OKE HTXDRED LOTH IX bETTIoM
bounded by 14ih 1 nth. and K uixtary au and
uortuaru Uuilta of kit. Pi.naatiL lor iniloadlata build*
]UK puiivaaa tbia ravioli praaunU araatar attraati na
it,an auy oli.ar in tba aoourla lumrnrad .traata
aldraa.ka. ir?N arwara. and atrvat railroad. <a.?l
u.-iartitaim. acboola and rhnrrhaa Saiaral flu. altaa
owlookiu* the city. Rt.SJ K DAMh. 1310 F at.
Ja2.V lm*
ItuB IA1X-TH kOFTIktlT (V 'UU OT
' D 1 n? avenue and Hoatk B atraat. baviuc a fr. .nt
of 104 feet on Bomb B at* -h and <411 at uu Iv-la
aara ave. Apply tu U L. LLMlb, *.Ci Tth at. n. a.
aaroal floor. _)a9M.?lfe
f>)K SAl.t?OORXER LOT-THE MM'THEAHT
corner ol C at. north aud l.'tti at waat J0O feat by
lOOfeet. Apply lo K E l.FMIa. a:i5 Tih at n.?.
?arotul floor. Ja2K-a.? 1 ui
rOK BALE- -A CHOICE CU iBMEK?
r 1 ha aoutheaet c.-na. Otb al a at aud O at. Iiort^.
i3 fact 7 in. oa O at. by Mi feat ok Otb at. "
Ik t
Ja2&-w*alk? ?U Tth at., a w t2d Bouri.
bl k t IX t'hlHl MEXT uf TH]
ink Lota oa . radi-. and an atraat
UrM"?". ?* l-aunay Ivain.. a.a.
aJUtl each?kV.?d. an, lakiait
. It- A. l ltlLLlt*-.,
L^OH HALL?1 HK B1.MI IXvhJilMENT oE I HS
r bay?I oflar buitdinc Lou oa . rada, and on atraat
riieuua aitum iiur aquana
traat ran. for ualf
10 per luokUk
a22-3m* 141H Xew Vork ana.
15UAKD1NG.
TWO rt'RXIHHKD EBOXT HooMb AX1> OX?
hack room ?Ith trat-cl aa board Thra. 1 nf J
can; In uiiuataa ?ai Iroui hMt mm hat Jbk
(KH Sth ac kt, tl7x3^

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