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THF. ETEX1SG STAR.
WASHINGTON: fgroif OtWtCT U, 1W*. lc Before aaoa tomorrow Uwr snnouncementa for theeatre 'ul* edition at Jtttnltjr'i paper. the forma of vUlch nuit bv Not to prua EQQcb urUir tjiu on the other tvs (Ur?of the week. T** republicans have not nominated a very Krone candidate tor of New Tor* to Joel B. bUrtt. II ssrvud wtu the Seventh regiment et few Tort muitu la its brief campaigning tour et the outbreak of the war, and afterward *11 with a Vermont cavalry troop for two years. Then a provoet laarahai for a fortnight, and an aaalstaat to the United states district attorney in Brooklya for a longer period. His one attempt at aa elective honor failed whea he was defeated In ruaalng for alderman in New Tor* city la 1875. 1,11 Tear be was appointed a police commia Moner, bat was saved from ejection from office on abargaa of mismanagement, incompetency, failure to keep the streets clean, etc., by the expiration at his (Mm while the oarUflcate of removal was la the governor's hands awaiting slgna tura. from that Um* till December, 1882, whaa Praekdint Arts or nominated uim for t'nited We'? marslisl ne was onheard-of la politics. He beloafs to the stalwart school of republicans, and ?eed to be retarded aa the spefclal friend of the late President Arthur, and Geo. Bliss. Tbe great body of the people are anscqualnted with him. Tbe youagsr generation know him only by name; aad his cotemporanes?he is about fifty years or age?associate bins la their memoriee only with tha era of cliques and combinations inside of his party aad -Meals" outside of it. There la something more than a mere guess in tbe Idea that the nomination was given Mr. Irbardt as an empty honor, with no notion of his betag elected, but with the hope of simply draw, lag off votes from Mr. llewitt. Ths united labor party have put up a candidate in one James 4. Coogan, aa east side merchant, an Irishman and a Catholic. This discounts all the effect of Tam naays nomination of Grant, so far as the unat tached masses are concerned. If Orant should withdraw in Coogan's favor, or C'oogan?which is far less likely?should get out of the wsy for Qraat, and Krhardt could hold tbe rank and file of the republicans fast, there might be some chance of beating Hewitt. This is the culef aim and object ot most of ths active politicians in New York to day. They hats Hewitt, and It would not make much difference to most of them, who got the Mayors chair, provided it were not he. There is , Bo cbancs whatever of making him resign in any- [ body's favor. Ths situation in New York city Is, aa Mr. Curtis says of ths situation in ths country at large, "complexand, as things stand at pres sat. its effect oa tha aatloaal canvass is msasured wholly by ths queeUon. which of ths two great parties eaa get Its ticket fed out of the local booths, In "split" bundles, la the greatest number on elec tion dsy. A careful examination of past election returns la lndlaaa shows that, of the ninety-two counties In the state, thirty-seven are democratic, thirty, lour republican, fifteen doubtful democratic and As doubtful republican. Of the townships, SfW are democratic and 470 republican. This is a pretty close division; and, in view of the fa?t that the presumptive increase of nearly 51.000 votes will be composed largely of men employed in the glass, pulp aad iron industries, which have sprung up lately in the natural gas belt, the republicans nay be expected to capture a greater part of It than the democrats on tbe protection issue. In the interval between 1884 and 1886 the falllug-off la tbe democratic vote was more than twice as large as In the republican. This year. It is true, the democrats will be the gainers by the practical disintegration of the greenback party and the re turn of tha dissident element to the democratic fold. This will be, it is thought, offset in the natural order of things, by the gslns to be acquired by the republicans from the returning pruhlbikloalsta, whose poorest work as a party is done la presidential years. Indians will witness a sloss, hot fight, in which organization is bound to eoaat much more thaa it usually does; and ths cratic organisation this year certainly shows i beat la that state. Justice Lewis, of the supreme court of New York, has dona J'ist what everybody who knows aaythlag about law bsiieved that be would do, in beaylag tha application of the Rev. DrJBall, of Buffalo, for the issue of a oommission to take the tsstimony ot tbe President for use in the libel suit of Ball against iae New York Evenmg Pott. Tbe salt, aa readers of Taa Stab doubtless remember, was brought because the nawspaper attacked the ?lairtr tor tha share be hsd taken in dissemi asiing tbe Marl* Halplae scandal four years sga There was no reason In the world, to begin with, why aucb a commission should Issue. The Presi dents testimony wss not necessary to the suit, lor the defendant bad not required the plaintiff to prove the main tact alleged In that scandal. Moreover, if the commission had issued, the court would have been placed in aa absurd and con tsasptlbie position, aa It could not have enforced Ma own writ It the President had refused?as hs dnsMlssa would have refussd?to suffer the ln ?*aity at aa exaaunatlon In the manner and at tha time proposed; and ao court of standing pats Itself wittingly into such a position. Moreover the Jadge recognized the wboia bustnees for just what it was, a shallow, cheap campaign tnck to revive a disgusting feature ot the personal contest of four years ago, and be wsa unwilling to maks hia dignified tribunal a party to anything of the ?art. It Is fair to assume that the managers of the republican canvass are aa well pleased as any. oaa alas at tha rejection ot Dr. Ball's application. It waa cartalnlv not to their lntereat to have thla ancient acaadal injected Into the present cam paign. Whatever fault the American people may have found with Mr. Cleveland's private Hie in years past, they condoned when they elected him President of the United States, and they certainly would cenaure a revival ot this dirty political war tare. It would be a pity indeed to hold a great party, or even Its handful ot leaders, responsible tor the attempt of a provincial attorney and his cttaatto be a bit ot discreditable electioneering ?oa their own hook. It la a fair measure ot the panic Into which '?"? baa been thrown by tbe W hi tec ha pel I, to aee the work tbe police have done?or, , have not done?in pursuit ot the assassin, aad the feveilah way In which they treat the trtaka et a practical Joker, some days ago a note waa received from "Jack the ripper," asserting that he waa gutnir to commit some more murder, aad the police fairly took possession of the burod ??' dlsUVt, Ailing tbe houses and guardlag all tha streeia aad alleys; and, as If thsss public instisaitana were aot eaougn to dissuade the Head any attempt he hsd in atlad, they ax ed great seroalanmeat wbea be did aot to uaa with his threatened atrocity Oaa morning there wss found on a shatter la tha neighborhood the inscription, -1 havs murdered four, and will murder sixteen more before 1 surrender mysstf to ths police;" aad oae at tha aewapapara M terribly excited because the ehMt at police hsd this wrtung erased without protagrap&lag it The chief, probably proceeded on tha a?fM ia that the letter aad the Inscription were both ths work at psrsona with a rather gra? Mas at humor, whose fancy was tickled, Uks ths tat boy's la "Pickwick," witn ths opportunity thus aHorded them to make their aeighoura' fieah creep, Men engaged la the work of murder as prnNsainsala. or ha nag aa imaginary grudge to workout, do not, aa a rule, go shout wrtti^ notes to tha patios, or ptaeardiag ths town with chalk aaeosaoemsms of what they intend to do next. After making itself rtdtcaloos ones, London s corps at public protectors may aot care to drop la to ths ?aa trap right away again, evea at ths si a lew hysterical critics. ,??wsa among the few cities vhsrs tha haasra assai ia frightened at the rteet'a ths prtos et wheat aad raa ap the price ot bresM is eoasa quaes Mow that the tarry Is over, 1st as see the bakers do Justice to the public sau put their prtees tasa saata. i. ? ? ~ Fall An Vfunu Hat*. DOMLAPS **W TOM HAT* ?sins aad Dstr^tua a Trans Style. WUXhTT a hDOIT, 1?" Knu Gi Wi Hats Put Oh Sale to our Notion Dept. two blc bargain* in cheap Cud 1 lot Sails-lined, worth 15c, for 5c. each. 1 " " " 25c.. " 10c. - BAUMM, _ 7th, 8th. and D sta. *?* B B B C T HUH II 8SS? ? fi S 2 S ___ ? . - ' A ?? s??o B 5-f? ?3 ? M & U IV S3 r | 8?8 a i/ CO L O O ttt K K OOO LLLb OO ii E. I S"8 *7* \ 7 ? 5M ?*? * ? W i ?r Vl >3 ? ? L E. 3: We bar* on hand an aaeortment complete In every detail. Oar entire etock baa bean made up to onr (pedal order, and the coneequence la that we have on hand a etock of Oarmente perf -ct in every particular, extra atromrly sewed. aad wolcb we ruarantee to wear; Mr fact fitting. STTLES THE VEBY LATEST. NEWMARKETS IS BEAVFB DIAGONAL AND INDIA STRIPED AND PLAID CLOTHS. All the leading Shade*. JACKETS. Every Imaginable Out. Elegantly Braided. Aatrachan Trimmed. Tailor-made, gotten up in flnt-daaa man ner only. NOVELTIES 12* IMPORTED BAGLANS, In both Braided and Plain Clotha, are going to be extenaively worn. We have a line that la beyond de ecripiiou. and we will simply eay that they are nnex oelled In atyle, fit, and Emeu. PLCSH GARMENTS. We have alwaya taken particular paina with Pluah Gooda. and thie eeaaun we have ecllpeed every prevloue ?flort Every Pluah Garment ahown by oe la of aupu nor cut, finiah. and quality, and a perfect At i* guar anteed. MISSES' GABMENTS. *? ? b*?ratiful line of all the maet desirable ?tylea in both Plain Clotha and the larva Plaida which be ao mucA worn this eeaeon, BERLIN MADE GARMENTS. Our own direct lmportatlona. in both Ladiaa' and Children *a Good*: for etyle and wear ihey are unaur Paeead, and any one wiehing au exclusive fin&ent ahould examine onr line of theee good*, aa they ""II nvt be duplicated anywhere in thia country. PRICES OS EVERYTHING, as U8UAI* guaran teed TO BE THE VERY LOWEST. THREE EXAMPLES A Una of Ladies' Newmarket*, in Blue, Black and Brownetriped cloth*, all-wool, the new pulled back aud ball aleevee, tailor-finish; aizee from 32 to 42. OCR PRICE, 47.75. An elegant Ladlee' Raglan, material, all-wool atrlpad clothe, m the latest ahadee, all alxae (ext ra aixaa is eluded). OUR PRICE. S8.50. A etyllah Miaeee' Newmarket, In Plaid Clotha, of all ehaJm. plaited back. double breaated, with cape aiaea from 8 to 10 year*. OUR PRICE. $5.25 FOB 8 YEARS. RISE 50c. A SIZE. A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED ON at.t. mi. MENTS SOLD BY US* P ( If f friii. UuoU H H 5? ft ? HUH RE 88? *88* U H KBB S6i>* OF OUR OWN DIBECT IMPORTATIONS. It would be an impoaalbillty to mention our line of Colors, a- they embrace aloioat every imaginable shade, sufficient to aay that we can match all the new dreae gooda II you wiah them for combination auita or trim mlmr. an unlimited aeeortmeut of qualitiee and colon for you to eelect from li you wiah a full a alt, and all the new art colon if you want them for fancy work. PRICES. Make a note of oura and then Jodgt for yooraelL 18-inch Fine Silk Pluahea. *?rth .....SI a yard. On* Price 7oc. " 18-lnch Very Fine guallty bilk Pluahea. *?rth ? yard. Our Price 1,25 ?? 34-inch Silk Pluahea, suitable for rtrrssoa. Worth 81.75 a yard. Our Price i ^5 ? 33-inch Superior Quality silk Pluahea. Would be cheap at 82.25 a yard. Our Prtca 1.75 16 piece* of ColoreJ Striped Pluahea, the very thing for combination dresses. *onj>- a yard. Our Price # 85c, ?? 20 pieces of 18-inch Colored Pekiu Moire Pluahea, la ail the new shades, for combination dresses* *ortJ? 82.00 a yard. Om? Price ???? 150 ? 800 piece* Colored Velvet*, in all ahadea, FROM 76a. A YARD UPWARD. RBIi? A R S MM MM ?? RSSa RHI? M HH MMMM - 2^ Mn? A A U U 11 MM M Bug g B AAA U U M M M S EBB a A CU M M M *88? oelll 7XH, 8TH. AND D STREETS. SiTiKDir 1, Boir Dai. and ODE STOCK IS SPECIALLY LOOSED AFTER IN ANTICIPATION OF IT. THIS FALL WE HAVE GIVEN MORE THAN USUAL ATTENTION TO OUR STOCK OF BOYS' (LONG PANTS) AND SMALL BOYS' (SHORT PANTS) 8UITS AND OVERCOATS. ** are sure thA no ose has a ?**? 8TOCE. WE BUT FOB CASH, GET THE LOWEST BATES AND LARGEST DIS COUNTS, AND GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS THE MUTEFIT OF OUR ADVANTAGES IB PURCHASING. AMONG THE SPECIALLY POPULAR THINGS FOR THE BOYS THIS FALL WE MENTION THE CAFE OVERCOATS, FOB ALL AQtS FROM FOUR TEARS TO EIGH TEEN, AND TUB THREE-PIKCE- (VEST) SUITS, EHOBT PANTS, FOB BOTE FROM TEN TO SIXTIES. EL EL BABNUM k CO-, MlE 831 PENNSYLVANIA ATE CoMPLBTI! llr ? ^n*C3othljirTar Men and Boya at OAX ?Th* stock of Fine far Men and Bors at O corner 10th and F *te., is now complete,? * 52 assortment of vood wsu ssftsciad aatd laads cioihiuc at mack low pn<m m FOB MEM. xzzz:S|S3Sfa . Overcoau at i'^o. worth 83a ttssagp& Prince Albert Suite at 815. < Prince Albert Suite at 818.' Prince Albert tfttita at 8X0, FOB BOYS 5 TO 13. wSSTfw FOB BOYS 10 TO 1A Mef i FOB BOTE IB TO IS. *?T!a?t f ? ?w""u varrerhadat fur Mm si 10th and# sta. Just A Few Ficn Thafa all we've gat tin* foe to-fey. The old aaylng, ?-Seeing tobeiieviafc-oeoaot to Mm aptly appUad than to the eeiectloa ud purchaee of /-wM-g fot tt, minor*. Column* of glowing daeorlptlon will Dot be o*e-half aa effective Ms plain, uavarnlahad etatomant ?t Facts. We bar* carved the path for a mat bualneoa la our Juvenile Department, and the tablaa and ooaa ton an loaded with facta, not fanclaa. You can rely upon the fact that th* 93.50 Two-Piece RulU w* *how you an all wool. Thar* the fint qoer tlon ytro will aak. We've aurwend tt baton you bar* bad time to aak H Tow oast iaqulry-whet an tha atylaa and the fabrica? Eaally auwered-The fabrioa an Oaeaimer* Scotch Chariot*, Homeapuna. etc.-un kj nailed for waar and neat appearanoe?mad* up la Piald. Check, and Stripe Oogrtteatlono entirely new lndeeign. 8tyle?the toee>ia?po?rae alngl* or double t - - i UcJ Adi l breaatod. fQUAre or round corner*, PUlUd, Norfolk, Bluuee, Sack, or Cutaway Jacket*. Thle deacrlptlon will hold (food for tha ?4. ?4.60, *5, ??. $6.60. 97.50. and up to the 910 gradaai Of oouraa the quality will Improve with the laeraaeing prio? Do you reali? what exoellent valaee uw gir? you between <3.50 and #10f from 910 to 115 tha flneat suite Imaginable an offend yon. They an "Dnaa" In every aanae. Wa have alaae to fit from tha time you discard tha Kilt until the lad la dxtoen yean eld-Mor* leeway than la x lually found in Short-Pant Suite. run?-Pant Suite?(ft to 923. Can fit him until hat eighteen year*. Nothing can be finer than tbeee ault*. They embrace everything that experience hae taught u* la neceeeary in perfect clothing. Wt an aatlafled with thia atock. When warewe know you will be. Bee them?that'a all wa aak. They'll recommend them* eelrea. One thing la vary aaaanUal in buying clothing? light?Did you ever aae any dark cirnen in our atonf We ahow everything In the free, unobatructed light. We want to?We've nothing to oonceal?Our gooda bear out our atotamenta. Ovarcoata for tha children? Tea?from tha time they're 2X until they an old enough to buy for them aelvea. We'll ahow you a line at (2.50 and from that up to $20, and challenge you to duplicate their val aa for a like price anywhere. Beaver, Chinchilla. Tricot, etc., have been used in their manufactory and noihtno but what'a good, mi, and the FINEST qualities. Shirt Walata and Odd Panto an matten of course. Tou know wa have them in lmmenae variety and at tha vary loweet pricea for creditable gooda. Bee thia atock and you will belltvt with ua that it standi unparalelled In lta variety and quality?while the prioea an mon moderate than an ?H?nn-lrl elae whera. SAKS AND COMPANT, specialists IN CHILDREN'S clothing, SEVENTH STREET AND MARKET SPACE. ocl2 This Surpasses Everything. SATIN CORSETS IN ALL SHADES FOR 91.68. Juat think of it, a beautiful quality Satin. A firat claaa Coraet. Made up in the beet poealble manner for 91.68. In all the ahadea. Than la no houae ex tant that could offer you thia Coraet for leaa than 93. THESE GOODS CAME IN YK81ERDAY. French Combination Sultinga, neweet Ombre effects, handsome range of colon, atyliah and durable. 80c. for Plain. 91 for Stripe. ENGLISH HABIT CLOTH, extn heavy weight, finely finlahed?a moat deelrable fabric for Tailor-made | Dresaea, 54 inchea wide. 91-10 per yard. FRENCH WRAPPER GOODS. A few deelrable atylea in two qualltlae juat received. Worth 7be. and 91 per yard. To a tart the aeaaon we ??>?'' aell them at 40c. and 50c. per yard. An entire new line of Ladlea* NECK dressings, in Lace, Oau**, and SilX B autlful things Entlnly new. Dlffennt from anything yet ehown. The handanmaet line of FANS ever diaplayed in one establishment. Such gooda aa have never been die played in Washington. The very neweet an the San Remo and Newport. Buj font UNDERWEAR now. All medium weight and Winter weight Underwear now in atock. We will be glad to ahqw you tha very lateet out la all the aaw thing*. LANSBUROH k BRO.. 42a 422. 424. 426 7th St. aad 417-410 8th St. N.W. CCO t OO A K IT ta COL ooAkk ? 8 A A KK S? Sol 8o nt k~k B - OOO LLLL OO AA K K BbS8 FOR MISSES* AND CHILDREN. (Second floor.) We ehall make a epeclal effort TO-MORROW. SAT URDAY (October 13) to exhibit our full Une of CHIL DREN'S CLOAK -t, compnaing over alxtt (60) atylaa and invito pannta to call and aee our atock. Wa give below a daaeription of a few atylaa, aa fol low: lot NO. L I full-plaited SKIRT, with belt and cape, in | Brown and Gray a tripe doth. Agee. 4. 8. 9. 10. 13. Price, 94.60,95.00,95.75. 96.25, 97.00. lot NO. 2. full-PLAITED SKIBT with bolt and triple cape, in dark Garnet cloth. Age. 4. 6. 8. 10. 12. Price. 95.50. 96.00, 96.75. 97.26, 98.00. OT NO. 3. PLAIN SKIRT, with full-gathered back, ehort cape, , and plaita down front, in Blue and Brown atnpe cloth j (very atyliah.) Age, 8. 10. 13. Price. 97.23, 97.73. $8.50. lot NO. 4. FULL-GATHERED SKIBT. with cloth nvers on waiat, trimmed in braid and with Bella aleeyea. Age, 8, 10, 12. Price, 910-75. 911-26, 912.00. We have manv other atylea very different from thoee already enumerated, but apace will not admit of fur ther deecriptioa. COME AND SEE AND TOD WILL BE convinced. All atylea of cloth in plaia colon, Checka. Btripee, and Nobby Engliah effect*, handaomaly braided and aaah-trimmed. Ueveral elegant atylea for Ml esse in plain cloth braided, with Angel a lee Tea. Our prieee are raaeonable and range from 94.30 to 925 W. H. McKKEW. Lata R. H. TiilM, oc13 833 Pannaylvanla avenue. Childrrps Opsnhig. SATURDAY;* OCT. 13. 1888. -Mtt.k^tiurr Invitee the Lsdlee to toapeot bar large Stock and varied Stylea for 0H1LDRKN. Fuu And Wraps. . Our Fur Department M now complete, with all the leading atylaa la SEAL AND FLUSH GARMENTS. Maffa and Trimming to every variety of Fur. All Uooda at New lurk pricea. WILLS TT AND RUOFF, Hatter* end Farrlera, oc!2-6m IW6 Penna, eve. JUTTING THE CUTTERS?89a FOR CUT1CURA V/heeulvent. 9. *. 8, Hop Hitter*. Inn Bitter*. Hoa Silver W am or RAU AND BEAUTIFUL DKSMHS,90LD EXTEN 81VELX AT HOME AND lEHOAft 8AXTL KIEK A SON. 114 11817. A Fiw WoRDS To Ml5. Only an advertieement, but you'll rMd it I quota HEN'S FURNISHINGS (or Saturday at 8P*I CIAL SALS PRICES. Otiof oVBMUodiof adver tising la to sacrifice pro flu in certain departments for certain daya. Man'a goods to-morrow. Glance through the RRR OO R R O O KKR O O S S ? O R R UO A t Y Y A A t I W Clli, IBB A RRR OGO A TV NIV fl BBu" A A RRR* C ? a A |' jj ? v u ."t li s ?.*4 I S m FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13. Special Prices To M (From 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. To-morrow ) MEN'S UNDERWEAR. C.r?wTi,h? k I. fc R. Morley-a. George non-irritating Engliah Cashmere Wool Lnderwear. Dr. Warner's "Health" Underwear and Smith's Patent Ventilating buck akin Undergar menta. Where elee auch variety in this city and where else such prices aa we'll quote to-morrow. FOR 1 HE SPECIAL SALE we cfl.r the English Non ImtatinK Cashm. -re Wool Underwear for $1.50 ln atead of $1.76. Fancy colors, such aa Oobelln Blue, U>ndon lied. Fawn. Golden Brown. We happen to know, and you oan eaaily learn, that the price usually Quoted for this Underwear is 92.25 a piece. Tli* wonderful imitation of Natural Wool Shlrta and Drawen. being generally sold at $1, wa offer at 60c. each, all aises from 30 t ? 44 Inch. Genuine Natural Wool socka at 35c? auch aa gen erally a I for 50c. ' * Our Guaranteed Abaolutely Faat and S* .inleas Black Socke-thouaanda oi pairs aold at 35c.-for to-morrow. ,/ ' f*'- Mone" refunded \f that Hockt etain the Jtet or clothing. See our Warranted Silk Hose at 75c.. our Black Rib u *' 60c" 110d our Famous 25c. Half SPECIAL SALE TO-MORROW wa ofier Our 2oc. British Balbnggan, 25c. Fancy Striped. i?? ?i?? i_ rinu' 35c Scotch Wool, and 25c. Red A P\Ut C**limere Wool bocks, CHOICE FOB 210. MEN'S GLOVE8. Have a pair tried on at our ritt. Real Russia Calf Glovea at $1.W8. Best French Kid Gloves at *1.50. New Castor Beaver Gloves at $1.35. New Pearl Kid Glove-, for evonlng wear at $L25. Our celebrated ?1 r ugimh Cap# Gloves for driving. Our $1 Enirllah Dog Kkm Glovea with new embroidered becks. CTTor apecia sale to-morrow the (1 Gloves art oflered for 89 cents i psir. MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS, At two for 25c. we offer to-morrow warranted Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, with Plain White and Fancy Colored hemstitched borders. They'll cost you lUc. at the cheaper ? Lores, while the excluaive men's fur nishing atore will chanre you 25c. each. For the apecial sale to-morrow we offer our 68c. "P- Silk Handkerchiefs for 60c.; they come near ly two feet square In Whit* or Fancy-colored Hem stitched Borders. MEX'a NfcCKWEAR. Made to our special order. All the New Shapes. We open to-morrow the "Glad*tone," which is the very lateat from London. Three (1 Scarfs for 47c. We believe we are the first to ahow the "Oladtton* " but we know of many other Scarfs of no better quality hem* offered around town st tl each. Have you aeon the Scar, a with the new automatic fa-taning. New York'a swell store $1 novelty Scarls for 47c. MhN'S UMBRELLAS. "Cone toga," ??Guaranteed." These wordsare indel ibly stamped on each of our warranted Umbrellas. If the Silk epllte or shows wear within one year show us ??Cone* toga," "Guaranteed." and we will reoovev ths Umbrel'S free of charge. Do you know the genuine from Imitation "Gloria" Umbrellaa? We are ageuts for the Genuine, which looke like all ailk, and wears twice as lontf. $1.50 for those With ua ural sticks; $2.20 with sterling and rolietl-gol l crooks and other ahapea of nandlas^^ SHIRTS, COLLARS. Aa our own manufacture. Every article warranted beat material. Jit and filileh. We aUmp on the name 'Palais Royal" aa a guarantee. If fit or wear unsatis factory show ua "Palais Koyal," and money refunded. The "Palais Royal" Drees Shirts, 85c. each. (Various lentrtha of sleeves. *c? to each Shirt). The "Palais Royal" Linen Collars. 2 for 26c. (All the new shapea as they are introduced). The "Palais Royal" Linen Cuffs, 20c. (Warr nted four-ply and fine I.men). The "Palala Royal" Night-Shirts, 50c. (Collar, pocket, and aiaee for all men). r*-The moet complete Men'a Furnlahlnfr Store In the city. near door of No. 1118 p., and polite ana intelligent aaleamen. who hope to eee you to-morrow. THE PALAIS ROYAL. ^(Continued below.) More New Wraps Arrive. It was said during the "Opening" that our (took was the largest and most varied in towu. A larrer stock now. The arrival of one hundred and forty-neven new W rape prompted thia advertieement. You are in vited to call. New shapes and color* and all aizea now in stock. , THE PALAIS BOY Alb (Continued below.) Ladies' English Ulsters. Some of them the genuine?oar own importation; others made in thia country of English Cloths others, again, of American Cloth. All stylish wraps and qual lties for the prices better thsu you'll expect to find? that la. if you have been iu the habit of ahopplngat atorea that do a credit buainaes. ULSTERS in striped Clothe, with tight backs and loose-fitting froata, for $0, (10, 912, $14. $16. $16 and $20 each. ULSTERS in plain Cloths in London-red, Smoke, the New Blue, Ac. Tight backs with the looae or tignt front The improved Bell Sleeves. Prices $1L $12 ?14 and $18. RAGLANS in New Stripes. Some entirely new ef fect*. Only one of a kind of thsnovalty patterns. Prices ?10, $10 and $17. RAGLANS of striped cloth, alternately smooth and rough, loose front and bell slesvee; most striklngly dittinque wraps $18 and $20. MuDJhSKAS. Beever and Diagonal and Corkscrew English Cloths. Elaborately braid trimmed. New Blue. Green, Garnet and Blaca. $16, $20. $30 and $33. ulster8. Genuine Engliah Beaver braided, a la Mllitaire. Ths new Anyel sleeves. $20. CLOAK DL8TKK8. Finest Blue and Black Clothsu profusely braided, $35 and $40. (Oontlnuad below.) ? PALAI8 B0YAL SEAL PLUSH COATS. ETC. "I i it real 6tai /" A que?Uon that will be aaked by passers-by. Have one of our naw Coats tried on, and on glancing in the mirror you must confess the passer-by miwtit well exclaim, " U U real Seal V PEAL PLUSH JACKETS, with the bell sleeves Wa want you to note the material and flmah of theee new Jackets. If they are not identical in appearance to the real. In every reai>ect, we are no Judges. Pricea. I1H ?20. $22. $24. $26. $28. $30. $35. ' SEAL PLUSH COAJS. The credit atorsa must charge from 10 to 15 per cent above our prioea in order to liva It meana the aavimr of dollars to you by buying here. See the qualities we offer at $22 $25. $28. $30. $32. $36. $40. SEAL PLUSH NEWMARKETS. Nothing but the best, and can't be duplicated at theee prices: $47 and 16a. SEAL PLUSH MODJE8KAS AND VISITES. Such variety that we can fit you without alteration. Pricea. ?20, ?22, $25. $30. $35, $40. the PALAIS ROYAL (Continued below.) ia Ladies* Cloth Jackets, E Tailur-Jinish, which means cut and made by taflora, of materials and trimmings such aa need in custom made work. The pricea quoted below may aotnally mislead. The qualitiee we would aak attention to-apeoial to: Derby Cloth Jacketa. in black and oolora, ?$, $13 Corkscrew Jackete at $9. $10 and $12 ?2^?.^^ $10, m ?Jersey C.oth Coata, ?4. $5. CO. $8. $0. $ia *12, AU are Satin flniahed and Braid bound, at ifecher prioea having Satin-linad alasvss black we ahow the new ahadee: Reda. bIum. " Smoke, etc. ^ uraane. MTSpaoe does not permit list of Wrappenor Jereeya. (Continned b*ow) T1" PA1^M Misses' A.nd Children^ Wraps, Nowhere elae auch variety. CHILDREN'S ULSTERS, ages 4 to IS yean, nearly Checked. Plaid, and Piste) Cloths. a* ??*-??? m0*' 184 *"U Fneea, $4. S4.60, ?6, ?S.75, $8. $10. $18. $1360, $16. DLt,TERS, 14 to 18 years, styles and In*luk NovelUee, b?t tower ?SkSw?'tSoHa!?Si. ,lft ??* PALAIS ROYAL Ow.lMaali A Column Of Storb News B* WOODWARD * LOTHROP . . SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13TH. ISM. Extraordinary valuee In the choicest Fall u>4 Winter Fabric* and Styles will be oSana throughout the atom Ladies- Furnishing Goods. Excellent Mualln Oovna for 4ft centa. Wa bare offered rood value* in Qovni In our time* bus never the equal of this. It la made from rood. Sim ?dreaead mualin i ba* a Hubbard front, witb four cluaterm of three tucks lu the yoke; has a cambric ruffle around the neck and sleeves, work"d bu tton -hulas. and pearl buttons. There Is aothing cheep-looking about It. It la the beat Gown the price aver bought, and aver wlil again probsb-y. for eoma time at least. Wa hire only a hundred doaan. APRONS. h??e an abundance of styles and qualities for Children, Mieees, and IrSdiea Tbeae two lota denerve special mention on account of their extraordinary value. Fine Lawn Aprona, with wide cotton lace In sertion and edging around the bottom, wide tie strings, rood length and full width. Only 16c. each. Extra quality India Lawn Aprons deep hem on bottom with three wide tacks above, wide and long tie strings. only 25c. each. BUSTLES. A Commercial Journal Bays: "There era up ward of six million Buatlea manufactured every y?ar In the United statea." This doeeu't look as If Bustlea were roiuir out No, the Buetle baa come to stay, and wa have bars every kind and shape that'a rood and proper. WINTER SKIRTS. Money paid for a cheap skirt is Ill-spent. We start the stock at a dollar?the beet that's mad* for the price, and stop st 412. We quote two lines, viz: Three styles of Mslton Cloth Skirts, piped with Sateen, full leurth, aud stitched with Silk, jleach All-Wool Balmoral skirts, knife platting, piped with Sateen, deep, i loee fittlng yoke at waist. Colors. Gray, Blue and Cardinal: only (1.0214. (Second floor, through arch to annex.) WOODWARD k LOTHROP. Cor. 11th and F sts. n w. Bargains In Bors Clothing. We keep no cheap clothing. Good, strong ma terial* houeet eewinr, put together for both lookaand service. Neat in style and }>atteru. and marked at a modest advance on firat coat. The new stock ia at 1U fullest, and good val ues abound. Duiabls. ueatly-appeariur School Suita aa low as S4, yet is it at $5 ws are strong est. If you ars a Judge of clothing you will pay the other dollar. Dreaay Suita at $6. St). 50. $7. and $7 50. Nobby Styles at ?8. <8 30. S9. and a styls we call the "ht Dennis" st *10. which is equal, so far aa workmanship, style, and quality la con cerned, to custom-made suits at a considerably higher price. iz<w 10 to 14 years. Suits of Corkscrew, Dlsgonsls. Tricots, and Plain Cheviota. in Navy Blue and Black, 5 to 15 yearn, Sfl.50 to $12. 3-Pleoe Cutaway Suita, In Cheviots, Cork screws. Tricots. Ac. Sises 10 to 15 year* ?7.60 to S12. Velveteen Kilt Suita. 2* to 6 years, only $4 each. Boy's Or sr oats $4 to *14 each. (Third floor.) WOODWARD A LOTHBOP. Cor. 11th and F sts. n. w. Saturday's Glove Attractions. It is economy to buy good Olovee. Good Gloves at low prlcee la the expressive of 'bia stock. We quote: 4-button Suede Gloves, embroidered on back, assorted ?bailee of Tan, Brown, and Gray. Only 75c. per pair. 4-button Suede Glovea. fine, eoft, pliable, and durable, aaeorted Tan shades, embroidered In aelf color and black. Only (1 per pair. 8-button Gray Housquetaire Suede Glove*, embroidered in Gray and Black. Only SI per Pair. ft-button Length Housquetaire Suede Glove*, In aaeorted Tan ahadea, good quality, and very durable. Only 85c. per pair. 4-button Black Kid Glovea. beet quality poe aible to buy at the price, pure akin, and perma nent black. Only 11 per pair. (First floor.) WOODWARD * LOTHROP, Cor. 11th and Fats. n. w. 'eautiful Neck Rufflings. Wonde ful stridss have been loads in tbs manufacture of Neck Ruchlng. Beauty, good taste, and cheapneea are combined to better ad vantage than ever before. The present is the most sttractivs stock yet ahown by us, and Prices remain about the aaine The two prloa enda are 1214c. and 86c., and w* show soma thing st every fair price between. The** few lota claim special attention: One-row Corduroy Neck Ruchlng, with heavy Bilk cord at edge, in White and Cream. Fluted Orepe Liaae, with corded edge, in Cream and White Plain Band Ruchlng, witn plaited ploot-ribbon edge, in Cream aud Pink. ONLY 121*0. PER YARD. Two stylee in three-full-row Crepe Llsee Ruchlng. One-row Crepe Llsse, with crown edge ribbon effect at back, in White, Cream, and Black. ONLY 16c. PER YARD. At 20c. per yard we offer an indeocribable va riety, ernbr cing full and flat corded edge, rib bon edge, with aud without beads, in White, Cream, Black, and deeirable colors. Ths variety at 26c la larger than at 20. and alone would stock sny ordinary ruchlng depart ment. Out of the dozens and dozena of atyles wa can only mention one to-day. B< autlful effect* in Colored Rjchitura. Kintty (liferent ttylt* and coloring! from ichich to tthxt. Such colorings as Brown with Pink, Light Bius and Belga Kdgea, Beige with Car dinal Edge. Black with Brown, Light Blue, Car dinal and White Edge, Ac. ONLY 26c. PER YARD. Tbeae will be displayed on can tar tables Satur day morning. (Flift floor.) WOODWARD ft LOTHROP. Cor. 11th and F eta. n. v. Increase In Ribbon Business. We have been quietly offering extraordinary values In the choicest lines of Ribbons. As ws said a few days ago. tba only need to advsrtiss Ribbons is to give rou a hint now and then as to the changes in style. We have Just opened a very attractive line of 3^-inch of Fancy Rib bons, in such hsndsome combinations aaGroa Grains, with 8stin and Ottomau stripes, in all the newest shades for hat and bonnet trim mings. Only 50c. per yard. Another new style Is French, being Gros ? Grain, fllatrlne finished, and Is shown In such combinations aa Gray with Silver border; Black with Abainthe. Old Roee and Gray border; Hahogany with Old Rose border; Olive with Sues border; Golden-Brown with Cafe au lalt and other equally beautiful harmonising shadings. Only 85c. per yard. A B tRGAIN-5-inch Satin Ribbon, in Whit*, Cream. Mahogany, Navy, Seal and Cardinal. Only 40a per yard. (First floor.) WOODWARD k LOTHROP. Cor. ] 1th and F sts. n.w. Is Ce Corsets A Specialty. I. C. Corsets, made of French Coutil, loaf waiata, side steels, finished at top with Ribbon and Lace, fll.60 per pair. L 0. Corsets, made of Franch Coutil, abort waiata. aid* ateela, boos* fanned with Silk, finished at top with lace. $1.75 par pair. L C. Corsets, made of French Sattaen. In long and abort lengtha, aide stasia, perfect fitting, from 18 to 30 Inches. $2 2ft per pair. L C. Corsets, made of French Ooutll. extra long waist, double side Steele on hips, spoon busk, finished at top with Embroidery. $&60 per pair. L a Oorests. made at Black Lasting, double silt rtr'- *? n t ?i *ifr~ Tirnim Inisk. hsnss fanned with Red and Blue Silk, ??fcr1 at top with Embroidery. 94.87 per pair. (Second floor.) WOODWARD ft LOTHROP. Oor. nth and Fata. a. w. Infants1 Wear Department. Located in the psriore of annex, on second Infants' Ootapiate Outfit, of SO Ussas. for ?12.1 Christening Robe. 4 Day Blipa, 4 Right Sttpa, 1 Embroidered Flannel SkM. 1 Plata Flannel Skirt. S Saxony Shim. 3 Ilanad Rands, 1 Shawl. S Pair Bootasa. S Plnnbv ered ea bottoaa of skin, ealy SAeaoh. lafaatr Shbtt Coata. to > Flassd, Fi t ~ 'tHi and Tlaak film fri St It S* ^HUlhSaM Oom WOODWARD k LOTHMt. WANTED?HELP. WASTED?IMMEDIATELY TWO OOOD DIFSSt makera. Apply at ISIS 14 th at n w. ac!2-2t* \y A N TKD-IMM ED 1 A.T rx Y. A CXIIXJH to WO MA N II tocook. waeh a*i Iron la aatuail tauulj beat of reiereBcee required. Cathoue prvierrad. Apply ? l.?03 10th ai. a.w. ?el2-3t \\T ANTED?A FIRS I-CLASS WHITE COOK WITH rood rfty relereaoea Noa* othera ae-d ?pvlji 1408 M at. n.vr oci:l St W ANTED-A SOT TO MAKE HIMSELF USEFUL 11 in an office oar who wntae well prrfarrad. <>r? S2 M) par weak. Addreaa -UEFICK LOY." Mar omcr. ](? W AKTED?EXPERIENCED SEWERS AND TF^ 11 prentice* on childrciia' clothe*. alio experienced button-hole worker. at RoHI.'a, M37 Fat. n ? ocl J-'." WANTED - STUDENTS lb LCAKX DEEM cut: ins- by th<> Tailoi Syateui; all w ho comment* Monday ?i.l ba taken at reducaJ price. 1303 F ?L n.w. ?l2 3t* VKT AKTKD-A WHITE OIHL AS WaITREns AND 11 chambermaid. moji haw reference* Apply u> "yUARTERsC." Navy Yard. between l'? and t or afw 6 o'clock p m. It* J WANTED - A FIRST-CLASS CHAMBERMAID and a ?ood cook at 17.VJ Maaa. ave. A; ply t? ta-wui the h?ura ol and 8 p.m. nil M U'ANIED-A GOC'D MAN WHO UNDERSTAND* 1 " the rvatauraut buaiueaa, at sl'LLIVAVb. 1306 E at. u ?? It* WANTKD?A FIRST-CLASS OOt ?E TO ASSIST AT , wtahiii*aiidirotilnif. to therwut parti the Net I tfnrnwtUbaprik. Apply at 4 I'J M at. alM* \Bf AVTBD?WOHBB OOOUtUTOMti M AI OA ii Waitress Nuraea laundress. Man Caterer. Drlvera. Waitera. Men C<?nk? ami Kitcbeu Help, Farm and Dairy Men DICK'S AliKNCY 613 7th at. u.w oel2-2t* \\' ANTKD??OMtN-OcKjE*r?10 TO ?40rCHAM~- , 11 bennaida. Nuraea and Uaudnam lu city or | away: Waltera, Driver*or Farm Hands. Culorod >'*-n Cooka. bAM'L A COOMBS. W20 F at u.w. ocl2-2t* WANTED-LADIES' MAID AT ONCh". COt'KS. 11 S10 to S40; chambermaid!, waitrena and 1.) un dreia. and kitchen help Headquarter* t r coo*? and waltera J B. t?l ROEss k CO.. U?i 1 at. u.w. e ? ? \X7ANTED?1M MEDIA I ELY?A SETTLED W.u It man aa cook ana for genera. houaevork in a amall 1 fai'iily. inuat atay at nitfht. Apt ly, with relt rence. at 1333 Wallach Place n.w. ocl2-2t*_ U'A.N 1 ED?A BOY TO LEARN I HE DKUO BiSI II neaa Id a ttrat-cl taa atora. Adjr aa, mown h. d triiliiK. A H., Star office. ocl'-!-3t W ANTED - COMPETENT WOMAN TtTcuOK. 11 araah, and iron. Apply forenoou only at P at. n.w. oclv.' -.* WANTED-A OIRL 10 COOK, WASH, ANDlltoN " n private family. 1'JlW 13that. It* \k'ANTED-A OOOD. STRoNU WHITE WoMAN " loiirenerai houaework, must like cblidre ., . est of retereme reqmiad Apply to 41-' Uth ?t. u.w ol--2* WANTtD? OEKMAN 2D BAMTAKD.R; ALSO " Barteuuar lor club houa> . !><>)'to bottia 1 eer . bur for family, mail and wife lor l irm. Frtuch buurr It* DlcK" -? AKen. j , 613 7th. W ANTED?TWO OOOD HOL'bL PaIN 1 I lls. A^ " ply at 1218 L at. n.w. aclMi' WANTED -AH ACTIVE. EN ERG. TIC YolTNU " man to aollcit Inxir. sce on aal ry and rua.. ? aloti. Addreaa atailtw aire. eXKrtcticc. and qualiAca tloua, and rcfereucea which muai be uuexcepiu>iiai>te. Ocl2-2t* X. Y.16.. Btar uttio*. \\TANTED?AN AMEKICAN LADl OF O'XjD aD 11 droaa tor lOaiti .n ol aoine rei|uuaibilny w aere close upplicaiioD to buniuea- will be rrijiiirid for aix houra daily; aa.ary (10 weekly. Addnwa AN.. Ma. office It* WANTED-AT ONCE-TWO APPRENTICES FOR 11 Draaamakiiiir Apply at 1754 P at. u.w. Mtaas. E. TRAMMELL. It* w AN rtD?THREE TIN ROOFERS. APPLY AT ? ? P. H. CAM Y. 235 7th at aw. If WAHT'^A BLACKSMITH HELPER; A M S 11 that cm.i clinch. 1500 7tn at n.w. If W ANXLD-OIRL FOR t.ENERAL H"l'SEU< 'KK 11 that undaratanda cook in#; 1401 btouahton at. n. w. It* W~AN ED?A WHITE BOY WHO CAN DRIVEA team at 402 7th at. n.w. , It* WAN 1 LD-T WO tiOOD BOYS TO WORK AT 1 HE plumbing tra e. bo>* with recommcniiatiKU hat they have*oikedat tlie trade preiariad. C. U. 1UOKN, 1213 Fat u.w. It* WANTED?IMMEDIATELY?LADIES AND Ul.N tl?luen of irood add.-ea- for l>artlcu ar aervice re quinuK tact, ?kill, dipl m-cy. ai.d cut rtry, uo book eauva-aluv. very trcuu-al UuuoNbi??oik. Ihoa- bav Iuk acquaiutauceai i th?- lvparuiienu pieiarred. liberal pay. Addreaa DiPLOaiAllC. star omce. OC11--1* \VAKT ED?AGENTS FOR > HE *W. REVISED *' and Imperial Edition of ZEi-L'S ENCYCLO PEDIA. Just la.-ue I, and Dot yol in th< hands of aifrnta: aiao for other woika. ror eicat-diuirly liberal 1 t. nut aud aole control of .erritory. addre?e at once T. ELL MOOD ZlLI, PublishT. ocll-2t Ihi.adelpbia. , v WANTED-WOMEN COOKS. ?10 TO t*0; 11 Cnamlttmiaida. Uous-keepera. Nnr?aa. Coa?.h m?n. Portcra. D.ivcra. W altera, male and leuiale, ?hit< a,d colored help. NATIONAL EMPLOY M NT AND ltOOM-hENUNU In hi.a l . 100S Fat n.w oll-l?? \V ANTED?TEN" COAT HANDS AND FIVE " bualielunu at once. Apply to uEO. W HEKOl.D. 824 Utii at. n.w. ocll-2t* WAN ED-SEVERAL GOOD BENCH HA N D(T il Aipiy we. e. Jackson a to.. 13th at and Ohloave. ocll-3t* VV* AN TED?TWO OOOD CPHOLSTEREhS AT ?* once. Apply to JULIUS LANbBURGH. 315 7tli W. ocll 2t W AN! ED?TO HIKE?A SETTLED WOMAN. " white or colored, to cook in a auinU lauii.i at Br.tfhtwood,D.C. Addreaa K. P. h . Ktar office. ocll-.>t \A* ANTED?MEN" AND WOMEN AS COOKS. 11 Maitreaeea. Dalrtmen, Nunm, Dn?<-r*. Mai ia, Sitchan a..u irarm Handa, Lauudreaaax. Uouaeui>-n, Ac. (Haadquartera lor Swedieh aud G rinan wome.i>. F. M BURN HAM. 630 Fat. n.w. ocl0-.it* WtANXED-AN active you NO MAN AS pur. 11 ter in a wholaaate tlxur hou?e- Apply at tua Baaer?' Co operauva AaaociaOon, cor. No. in Capitol aud F ata. oc 10-5t* WANTED?AOERTH?A PROMINENT NEMYORK Mai.uta- turli.K Com|?ny, with an e^ti-bliahed aud hnrlily reiuu eraUTe Lu>.ueaa (practice.ly a mouop ol\latrely patrouizrd by Merch. i.ta. Han ken. t or porationa. aud the (feuar 1 public. deau?? an acuve and rcatouaible repr<?eulauve Li aTery stale or city. 100 per cent uimu limited investment (TU^rac'ecd. aevcrai statea alnady under contract. Addre?< 1 HE I NION NAllONAL Co.. 744 Broadway, New Yora. ocl0-3t W ANTED?AM T XPEKIE.xCED MAN FOR A If meat and pronaioD atora. Una well rocotniiunded may apply at 123U G at D.w. ocl0-.il* WANTED?LADY SHORTHAND AND TYPt " Vk rter Caiatrrapber. watcea a-K> per month and permanent, a late a?e aud l>aat expartauce. Box 18, starottca. or 10- Jt* WANTED?AGENTS? LOCAL AND QES ERAL 11 Amenta for our Sliver Door Platea. auy name can be put iu and plate cau be delivered live minute, a ter oidei la takeu. 110 to 420 a day made eaaily: write tor eauipiea.circu.ar>. ale. I tree J, NEW YuRK Dc/oh PLATE CO.. Albany, N. Y. oc6-6t_ UTABIKO ? DUNDORE'S EMPLOYMEN> BU". " reau.conducted by ladle*, men and women, white and colored, tor all kind* ot doiuaetlc labor, lor 1 MM r et and ata.ea, witu reterencea. 717 k it n ? ac2V-2w* WANTED?SITUATIONS. W ANTED-sHTATTOH IN FIRST-CLASS HO 11 U1: 8 year?' exper'euc*. Call between It and 10 a m.. "THE ALDINE," 1125 14th at D.W.. Saturday aud Monday. ocl2-2t* W' ANTEIi?A LADY OF F.XPEKikNCE DESIRES II a aituatlou to t- ach Music. Eiench, Drawiu*. and Eiurliali. C<>mpamou or an> poaitiou of trust. reier 1 eucca. Addreaa M.aa JEFEERY, IS E. Frauklin at. Baltimore, Md. ocl2-6t* [ \\T ANTED - TO AMATEL'R SCIENTIST^ ME- j 11 chanical Iuventora and mbera. a ^rood machiniat many yeara practical exi>erieuce, iiaa hrat-cla?a lame and toola. d>-a.r >a euiploymaut. moderate remunera tion. THOMAS PALMaJt. SOW 6th atreet uorih weat ocl'.'-3t* WAN TED-BY A VERY RESPECT ABLhJ~ANDnT lellurent younf (ierman woumB a place to do I cliambe woik and to take cart of chld. tn in a -mall family. beat n.lerencea. Andrea^ B. 1.1>.. Star office.*? WANTED - LADY FHOM VIRGINIA W1>HE8 poaition lu family to teach >ma 1 cmldren or aa coin pa ui on for elderly lady or Invalid, rrferencca Ad dreaa Miss P . 3H 2d it.. Fred, nek, Md ocl0-4t* WANTED-OO TO DICK'S AUENCY EOli COOKS. Laundreaa. Hon* Oiria. M ids, Nuraea. seam rtreaa, Butler-. Coacumen. Waltera, and uitchen help. All Save city reference. 013 7tU au u.w. ocl2-2i' ANTED?AT HEADQUARTERS ~p<3siHONS for Cooka. Cbambenu l.L Maitreaa . aun ireaa. and Nuraes, Seamatreaa. Men Waitera, < ooka. Coach men. Butlera. bAM'L A. COOMBS. 920 1 at 1LW. ocl2-2t* WANTED-BY a RESPECTABLE WHITE GIRI, v 1 IS yearn old. a eituaUon to c am dretainakiuv or J to run a aewln* machine. Addreaa L. M. B.. 1013 K I at. s.e. ocl2-2t* WtANTED-\VOHK BY 1 HE DAY OR WEEK BY A I II hrat-claaa dreaainaker. No one Deed mpiy who la not will.rur to itay < : per day or S10 per week, wuh I out boara. Address DKi SsMAKKK. 617 11th at B.W.* WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE CO OR D irtrl a altuation a* Aral-rla-e uur.e, cau fumiah I rood references. Call or addreaa 2523 1' at. n.?t i | Waahimrtoo. lt? ANTED?BY A VERY RESPECTABLE COLOR-D I man a hrat-claaa waiter's place iu a private lainily, I food reference*. 11.0 23d at U.W. It* \\T ANTED ? BY A GE >TLEMAN WITU FIVE. M years' experience aa canvaaeer. the agency for a ? grood-aaliluc article. Addreaa AoENT. 2130 lOih at ' u.w. ir WA!"KD-BY A RESPECTABLE COLORED II Woman, a situation aa cook, can farniah good releraacaa. call or n nil ?, Mo. 0, nataarhuaetu ava n.w. it* W_ ANTED-A LAW STUDENT, ACQUAINTED ! with the patent buaiueaa. dealcea a place with an | attorney. Addraaa U G . siac uffioe. o>12-3t* VlJANTED-A YOUNG LADY. AN ORPHAN OF II reAuemeut and a atrantrcr in tbe city, w. uld like | to go te ?outnern CaUloruia, aa oompaiuon and uum for eiderir aentleman or lady of maaxia, otereucea. Addrva- ALONE. Star office ocll-at* TANTBD-CALL AT NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT I and Room-uentlnc Bureau. llHJS F at n. w , white co.o.ad. male ana female he p. cooks chamber | ?nuraea. ooaclimen. waitera and portera. 11-lw* 1X7 ANTED-A T HO ROUGH L Y COMPETENT OOP Y 11 bl aud typewriter (hemicrt n) deairee a lioai Uon. >illll'?? Miaa K. C. G_ care Miaa k'ant. 321 4* at. B.W. ocll-3t* 1 WANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN OF'GOOD j II hablta, apoaiiloB aaeotlaator or clerk; reference [ funuahed. Addreaa U.LM.1). Star offioe. ocl 1 -3i* \r AHTED-BY TWO COLORED OiBLS. PLACES I II to doaaoeral hovaaworkiB a email familr, with I out waaluuf or lroun*. or aa chambenua^L cad 1011 I U ex. ocl I -2t* Vaj ABTED?BT A WIDOW. WITHOUT KRCUM II bnoae ol aay JUad. a pUce aa hoaaakeapec oi mr puuttUm vt traeti tboroaruly aailmaiiiili markK AKTED-AT ONCE SITUATIOBS FOB L000 ma?4 wotnaa aaeooka, oral ten. aiaKH. nuraea, drtvera. koaaaman, acuUio*. diahwaahm. aeau yft MVUMH AM, 630-632 f? t. n. w. ocl0-3f WANTED?LOTS. pUBUC SCHOOL BOOKS ATOOBTBACT FBICB kGHOOL AD ggLLBMM TyT BOOKS OF | wholxsale and retail MlB . C C. FUBSKLL 41S Stk at a. v. WANTED -ROOMS. WASTKD-BY A OENTLFMAX OOOD BOARD " and Koorn fir>t or MrMulluon. oi>en flrr. will An.I wo -1 M?r tba OAre KaU pri** or no notice taken Dox 22. 8tar oftcs It* \IrANTED-BY AS ARMYOFriCEB ANDWIIK, vl room end hoard id Heabiisrton or itovfwetowc. | ?tats term*, 1 <oatioo of room. mods of butliw A. 1 dresa Bo* 17. Mar ollkce. ?U'-It* \VAXiHi-i ri KMiHin binui.e room. rvit " a aitisle gwntletuau without boem iu pn * a ie I mily. *d. r**e H20 14th ?treet nortnweat. It* \\*ANTID-TO HEN 1 TWO OOMUUXICATIBB iv front rooms In rood hooee and ex-silent locatiou. $l\tticlud.ug aaa and ift?: A tdrsee E. O X.. Star 0 Ace. 11* \\* ANTED?WE AU DOINO A LAIOI BOO M " ran till* huai sea ?> aha.l bavr larrc derasnda for roonia aa aooa aa th? Knif ita Temp.an t .wia>> meet her. early lu Mot ml?r Ha.? jronr ro.?n? with n?. smallest 7ee. R P HPTCHIM* ft CO.. Rooia Renters sud iktal KaUM kjc iia 1321 I' at u.ar oll JI \\*ANTEI> -BY GENTI.FMAN \NT> WIFE HAND " aoiurljr fttrnial.*.: floor in a deetrsbls Kovm with I 1 levant refined. privet* family. Urun Dot uvsr t>0 par month brat rel.reuoaa Addreea J b M.Metro l>oiltaii C.nb au J.i I WANTED-UOUSES. \VAsiEn H uaaa to Best to Cuatouier^ . HERRON ft BaMFT. orls im 1307 fret \V *N1 1 11 ^ * COl'PI E WITHori CHILDREN ii U> take chanre of house dun tut eussoc. of ownsr L'.r,.,wiu"r ?Llonuw. car* U> offset rant. Address HI tio. btar office. ocl l ilt* \v ajsted-a hoi hkofVTgb t on sine b< ?>ms '" with atatt* or ?hed for cow. Aldrssv atstl iig rrtit aud particular*. B . P O B>x2M. ocl l-3t* \V AN VFD?TO BOY. A I ONCE?SEVERAL HE sirahe Hou?'> tor customers. pri-as to r-rnft" from ?2.000 to ft.YOOO. A. b CAYWOOD, flO Wih ?i ociiat* LTANTED?TO PURCHASE?A H CSE OF S OB? w Room*.. centrally ocated. from to #5.000 caen. woftld ukr a good frame. Slate particulars and location^ Addraaa f. H . btar oArr. ocll-ltt* \\' ANT Li-iu PllltUAbt HOISL OF TEN ?'h 11 ? 1. ifl. roolua. in tbi" uoriBa.-! xrctloa of city . north yr waat aidr ot atrrt t. A .ursaa L. A. li. Mar i Mta ocio St* ) W AN1LK - IWST PIAIELY - DIRECT FROM ' " L*u ra. antral liouaiw. at ttvui to i ti,r ?In. L ?? lia>acii>ti?iers if ?W. located v*t b.\. acotiatatit demand lor boiiac* t rent, andean funi.?li k'ood ti uaotv and will irita lurrlu. atb'utiou to | ro|< rty | iac*d in our handa. aai-14 lm WALK! li ft WILSON, 100? F at. \\ AMLD-H' 'VbF.it OF ALL UKADK- lO Kts V w at.l W tiavi- mora caila lor liuunaa to mat Uiai ar can aut>t>ly l)l.Hui HFKnON ft f!AVFT. 1307 F at WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS \V AMID- IT KNOWN TUAT LADI18 CAN | ll have ?ty IpIa, meli-tuade aud prrlM fittiutf l?tt -so??Ld Yt !>*!>? luad* at WJ5 haul tv?? <'m| ??i4 li?il ?eSH-Uf I WAMKD- AST OWE HAVING 4 FoU>lNO " o ufrtf u rood ooi.diUoa to aeil at aaatritlt^ ?d I drew boi 1^. dtai otlice ixl'J 3l 1 \VAN:LL-L<?w BUtMT AMD ftl>TQU j "" Har:i>?a. hut.- price tid condition or no notice taften Box 1. Beuiuttir. D. C. ocl2-3t* W AN1 Lit? ? KLl.b Dl O. BoRtD. AKD Lol VI k"; " I'tiuipa, wiuu-uiilla. tank* ot all kin la. a. li lua t> rial furuiahed aim repairvU. ItU 11 MulFAl. ocl 1 - lm* luh (ttu al. na, or Bladanatiuir. M l lynTOi mi >u,. ehe mumhk u\ a rk" 11 aponaible man, alio will mve 1! (?r cent a mo tb fir it Addieaa t oat-ottioa Box 3o7, city. wlU-.u" \VAN1LD-A sEi or 1.1.AL kblAlt II AT It ?? k? A :.tr ?a tt J K.. War orti. ?? o. It) :it* \|7 AN 1 LD-Do You hEND TO THE HBt.If " acbool. a catholic achooL a private acbool, or aaay In Hie country. it ?o, a. e MKLKY for booka, bla ka. tablet , and re lie. a. aupiitea at a discount, 71 li K. 1 -"J< 'AM at. n.w. ael4-lni UTANTLD?tVlKTbOUY BUFFLRINO 1R. M M buioky Clninn . a to know that 1 traarauiee to cure theui or no pay required. I.au?-ea, Furuaoea and l.atrobea made to Ileal oruo pay Vs. L. DAN l L. 14 13 17Uiat.ti.ar. oc^i>lui* Vk ANTED - HTCDENTa IK PHOMKiHAHfY. 11 Book-ke>-pitj|r. lluaiiit-aa, or Artiatic lAniinir Full rotiree ??>. \i 17 Del. are. u. e.. oi addreea Capitol card a laud. Puplia' dauc.li* paruea lliuraday eveuuaca ael-'Jm \V ANTED^FLFCTUlCITY IN KtBWVMKV- I li tal in. Spinal 1'iKeaae. Ovarian aud I tertue tr u blea, Paralyaia. sciatica. Chorea, bt.icturea. etc. liaira removed LlectrK'it> appli?>d turouirb ciothiiitf i?i:. L. s. Mi UoLsoN, C04 l.Ui at. uj? .cor. l j> 17-3U* i \v"aVi i.D-ALl. KINDS Whl 1. W KK iniNE At | 11 reaaonable ratea. Tuuka. I'uinp* and Hind Milla till plied by D. J Molt AT 1.414 AH at. a.w . W aah ItiKtoU, D. C.. airetit tor the Kirkaood lion Hind Lu- ! y.ne. For partit ul^ra appl> aa above, or to the lYu a i ? a? Lux. and Ma. u \A oika, buminertleld, kid. au4-.#:.i | VV ANIKIl ? bTLAM CAK1KT CLE NINCi ANl> 11 l.enovatliur Horka, 1 .-atlirra Renovated. Mat treasea Made Over. F'un.iture stemmed, and MotUe 1>9 atroyed. F 11. kOLNub, otbee 14UJ pa aw . Factory coi oth aud K eta tu. Tclcphoue olU-J or lUOO-J. apll-ttm \\> ANTi D-TliY OUR Ul TTERINE AT ?0CENTS 1? |>er (lound. uou'l If* t aironar or rauclu. keejw twt Ur than butter: aatiatactloti aaaured or mouey n lu'ided. atalla 3*28. -i'-'w aud 330 .atall?>re decorated 1. Center Ji.arket, oppoaiie t>*? oeu'a bah atalla. open dally till 1?.':30. saturdayaall day. aleo 4t)l U at. n.?.. o tn all day. Telephoue, t>43-- or Mi-6. KM C KCRIBN1 R. ee-'bliu* W AN' l I D IT KjiOWN? M That H . W M ffctt. 1213 F It. B.W. li Comniiaaiotior o Deeda ?c'J4-3m (or Every state and Territory. \\ AN 1 ED-FOK CAhH-IT HSIl IKE, FEATHLB 11 beda, Carpotk btovae, or enure Household bi sect*. Adureee ??-'? H BAC1L 21? 7th at ft*. \\-ANTED-OOOD bhCOND-HAND CUKIIMl " kuui. revolver-. old void and ailver, tor wbicn hurhot caab price* w.U be paid. Call or addraaa LAbKEY'b Loan utllcc, JU1 Peuu.ave? corner Jdat. n.w my'JOly \\'ANTED?IT KNOWN THAT FREhH ALDEK 11 ney Butter te churned every m<.ruilitr and de i.vcre .u lb. "Ward" priuta, 4Uc. la-rlb. Alao Cot tage Cheese aud Buttermilk. Bwuet link Jc. per quai l. myR FOR KENT?K(JOM8. tvOR RKNT -1 Ei.LC.AN I LY FI'liMSHF.I> R01 i\|s lor ^'euiletueu. 2 on aecoud and 1 on 3d floor, teruia i?aaonabie. rood table board near by. 221 Id st n.w. ocl 1 -3t* 1.VJR RENT?TWO hfcCOND-STi 'RY RooMs, auitaMe lor ho .sekeepintt. Apply at 826 JtMta et. nw. ocll-2f IVOR RENT?FOi R VERY DkblRABLE ROOMS. . un.uruiahcd, on firat floor, bay wiudow and every iiioderncouteaien<e. cloac to market an-l cars, pr.vate lauiliy. 141."> Columbia St. At l'ly at 1414. oclltt j l^OK ULN1 INFl RNISHLD Hi JO Mb. bUllftBLE M tor dentai o other oth ea. at l20tJ Penn-ylvauia ave. u.w.; releraooss rebates*. ocll-St' |V<>K RENT?LLEtiAN 1 LY FDRMkHED R< -oMB. X ainir.i'or en suite. Table board. 1404 H st. n.w. ocll-31* Ivor RENT?1720 H 8T. N.W., HANDSOMELY fur lulled Aral aud second alwr< au.t<a,with ooard; one square weal of Her and Navy Dep'ta. ocll-lw* L*OR RENT?HANDbolIE FIRNIeHED bllTE X ol rooms 1-11 second floor. alao hsudaome furnieiisd aiUKlc rooms, with the b. at ol tat lis board. Cal. at 1112 I at., opposite .texican minister. ecll-St* 1,hjr rent?me haVe more rooms to reni out than all other sirencier ouibined. call lore weekly bulletin. R. P. HL'TCHINS ft OO.. Room rentere. 1321 r st. U.w. ocll-31 L L OR BENT?1237 1MASSACHl'SETTS AVE . bEC- ' I oud floor, aou.h IrvnL two nicely furuietifti com municating Ruorna Alao, lurniahed From iwom on to led floor. Oc 1 l~3t" 1[3'oR RlNT?1504 H LARoE. HAND X somely fttrniahed 1.00ms, commuuicatlns, on brat and eicond floora, lurnace heal or open srale ti ee, two uoo.a troui rmi. j * Hotel. oc 11 -31 ( 1,-KJR KENT ? 1(127 14TH 8T. !?7w . BOOMS.' lurniahed or umuruisbed. beat of reiareucaaex cuantred. oclldl* IVOR RENT - NFVVLT* FURNISHED THIBIV ' story tront room, with heal ana gas, ceutr ly located. 7226th at. n.w. ocll-3i* i.'uu. BLNT-THRLL LEAl TIF t L K 'OM ?. KICE lytu niahed wituo; without board, nswbou^-. pnvsie la1.11> . adu.u. couvenieut to oais aud Uerwi.-a. l.ilv Kiutrman 1'iaoe. wll-if 1VOK RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMr, COM . plete tor light hou?rkeepiu?r. only 410. lurtit and heat mclutUxl. iSaT < apl.ol. Al 133 Cat n e. o> 11-31* IVOR BENT?TMO NICELY Fl'UMbHtD ROOMS. X a f 1 w tabl. biarlars wanted also. pno? very res ao'iablr. couvenieut to departmenu aud lour liusa of sireet cs.a lll'J 1 at. ftw. oc!l-3t* L'oR "liENT?4ltJ 451 H ST. K. W.. LABuE sEC X oud-story front aud uack rooms, iioiiae uewiy fur nibbed. o<' 1.-31* 1j*OR BENT-TO Of.N"1 LEMAN, HANDSOMELY 1 urn.?ncd room, hiai floor, Uov 10m sl n.w In guirr alter 1 o'clock p.m. ocll-2t* IJ*OB RENI -FLRNIsHED-TWO DESIRAB. E lomtiiunicatiuft rooma. tHJb M st. lew., near two anea ol >tr<el c*ra. ocil-3t* r, or revi-fob hoTseeeepiku. THBEE OB X lour beautilui Rooma, closets, tfaa. bath, heat, near store-, market, heroics and calm. 1202 O St. n. ocl l-3l* |vO? llEN 1 ?Fl"liNlSHLD?EN 1IRL FLOOR, bIT X timr and two aieepiuir Rooiua, suit .bis toi two or tuiue auulla, #2.1, wu^iraa. uuiet hous .(food nesfU b'.rhood, aud very central. 710 12th st n.w., bet a and 11 sis. ocll-31* IXJK RENT?813 11TH ST^ N.W.. TWO BOOMS ou first floor, lurnisued or uuturnishcd . a.So. two basement rooms. Usreiher or set?rateiy, suitabtr lor liKUl housekeeping or businea>. ocll-3t* IVOR RENT?1010 15TH bl. K. W.. NEAR Mc 1 ber>ou .<nuare, fuiniausd rooms, on sscouu floor, ainirieoren uits. iranaieotand table-boa.ders ac couniiodated. uc 10-31* 1XJR RI N 1 - 1824 ? ST. M.W. LABUE. NICELY furuisn. d. communicating rooms, with lanfi closets, grate or turuac* neat, singlr or SB suits. on line of cars, fli-at-clsas boftid nsxt door oc 10-31 1.HJR BEN T?A Vakl FLEAMANT AND DER1RABLB J7 seconu floor lront room . bay wiudow. foid ns bed. excelleat locality. aaar tour oar lluea. a2u 1000 ft st. n.w. ocl0-3t* Cob bbnt?1211 m st. *.w. tbrbx mabd aorne commuu cailng rooms on second an J third floors, newly psasrediftn su.tftorsl sl*. large cioe, u. ftirnacs haat or frsks Srs.all i?proe?meu>a oclp-W* i.'HJB BENT?BEAUTIFi L ROOM*. BIXOLE OB ' eu suite, in privets family. furnished: law* dt nbU corner botia*, aouth and east tiwt. us? li?pb?* m ? n,uni 1101K eL a.w. :10-lw* I^OB RENT?AT 1S09 H ST. B. W.. NEATLT AND newly uruiahad noo?. In nw 1 in Oaii after 4 P-m- oc 10-3i* ijHJB BENT - FVBBISMB0 PkBLOB i F1BST X floor, laevs Boom ?*i?*4 Soar (toeeeUsses* 1 seseil ?-ul,i ?* cftU-?.; ft? l^EBhNT-lBArrftl'T|.T FBTFATE FAMILT. suit*. private bath U 4a*tr*d. with ur without buwii HNW Sundarland Pis** >^.??*!?. swift ^*d.ocl0~3? 1.VOB BERT - NIC* OuMMTMcaTIMJ BOOMS. ffnmi*ft*d*r mflrt TVft?M*i ? ;s*c4 1? tion: user ears and ilfHtSH**: WH Unh au aw. oc 10-3t l>,B BBjrr-Two non booms bbateb bt r latrob*. *10. rx*i O at n. w. bstwwrs e a. a a*d4 p. ?? 1W?**?? oclb-ftr* V.MMI BftJIT?LABOE FBOBT BOOM. |gasiia tarrigstf^: FOR RENT?ROOMS. ^-""1 K" - a*?D*<>NrLr i"1 35BeTSSLtl* ?" "flC RS&fc?&a? ?"Aw r.',s fa II* I F L*OB KEWT r ?Bd 6 xjr, r-THi.EE LABUK ?<M1M8. OH *HO uprarniahad pnnu tmmliy 14 'S r at. ^ ?? fB*?? *F*T-T*0 I'Xri'KMHNID B *>?? i>R third floor. Mir hrliilluf aud Ivoaioci <??o^#.pn rVSIe i*eu.> . twit awHerw VI? 6tb at i.v or !?.??* IB*>R Rt'Kl ?CllKTEAl Ik* N * i (of 8 rvH?ma of om eomrlri# flat, ad 4 fril feoo'iwu | i;.? - Wn. . tiaar tbn* Jim of rprm I *09 E ai n ? n? I'euu.) ,ini. m 134."> IVauayl orltf^tt i. hi.Ni a lai;<.? pun.hi n*mo?ri?ii fl ?r lo uUr l^rni,U>?u>D ui<1 w Ha or two aim ni'ti'iimi. with tnWlMi U*nL 1017 II it?.?. ocl "J-Jt* ^ 1/oR KENT FOt ? BAKDHOMFI.V ri RNIhBBD F r*>oiti*. eu auite or private family bouaa I'lumiily looated. near oar* and he.di.? AilArea* with ral?*fi><?. 1110 ldlb ?( r * ocl- .W* VX>B KKKt-TWO i'Kr'KMnHlP AND ORE I funuahed room attt.i4 1.al n a. in?u taao.y. nnxl?iiiij|<r>fm?il>. ladiee in oftc* iwfanw, ua children. Mco?kiM. arlK-3t* BJKJB Kl M -THhl I UMr ham'M'NI AND r nioelj furniabad roulue on Crat auJ aecud l driiabtiul locatioa eoBtbrnieipceure e*rr? <-.>n*---B lenoe or wou.d rant bullae luti.iahedfor h.<uaek ?|r in?. refereuce rtgulnl. 11(1.1 ij at n w. oclS Kl* |,V>h ULST-TMllitFCWt l.MM II K nvt Of * eeooud floor, alao two oa third. na? iMhla to r"o4 teu.nt Ai I J _'H N at, aw. U* L??Kt.M via i -i vw . r.h>m* "> in. r. I aarwnd and third loon. ah aawtern MtiT?uMi<?a, rent n oderaie .. lil- -'t* IJOB hi M MITE or ROOMK ItPLFKDIDrf J. au>d <y>aily furutabad with liatb edjwiuiua a> i.tla inaii aud ana or two rrutlrmen. i-rtaraa.wart.hai -d. 1M10 N at dw aelX-Sf* F?OH kEXT-471 H HT R W -THKKK IMFtB M>b-d rooma. vary deairabki, with (Mat aud na ?uitali.e (<>r liarbt h.ueekeepiua . aiao two furti a'.'J parlor* uochLdrau. arl2-3t* f|H?? im-rwo WkxiBiu> rooms o* <0 floor. ev.-rvliine complete lor oolufo.t fall at 5i' ,_leL u * t?riu. aattafert.iry mK,< '| |^<>lt BEK I ?A | l ?14 Itlh ?T. R.W nKOORD r * tor) room lam* waii^taatod aa.1 haodaoa-o luruiah?Ml. aith iroo.l board. ,h I'J :*?? 1,X?H HhN I -<.)NK Nil k.I.V-1 I KMt-H t l> HlMlkfr aiort alo v- room, aud two third at. ? nxnia <f?r uiab<. i alao at.?Uaul labia bo-rd. at IS I Ura .t 11 a.*. ?? ?' MKn atACV UKKD. J^t'K HINT _ A LAROrPLKAhAM M. H V fuii.iabr.i&i fl *>r natti. aith liaat, an* aud bath; rtiwileut urichla.rbood. VIM UaaaaJLuawtta aiei.ua tioithw>?t. (vlamiiwa roguiratl oclS .'it LXIK KIM ? \KKt UUiIhAHl K R(m>Mm ll'K M. uiabad or uuiuraiahad. at ll.'l ij ti .tr.^t uoith **"? oris-sr* Ki'K WtNr-ngcARt rRim cai h.il kicix* M. furiitfebsd. luuiif. conniiiiiicttiiif parlor at d tn<d* roi?Ui, baiii. 4 iM*ar Lcnlu * aiiti oara . *aajmt. ImuuLf, adulla, uo olbar room or* board il doairad 111) Jd a. a. i;-SP_ ?,X)H RENT - 12U.S HakhAi'UI ?i;rTH A\ENl? * lanra third at? r> (rout rvmu well (uruiatird . aouth arc ra|N >ura. aauiiai jr iduuibiua Cahaltai4f in wrlSMtt* IT?" KENT-VKKV Dl IIKlEt RO WS. NIt l.Lt * lurtiialia ..jfood locauoa. oouaauMtit to iaia and harvlM-a. 1414 i.ithau b.w. orU-St* IiKM-IHKW CKITkMSHtli IKJIIMH, m With ua^ ol hath r ^?tu. on hxu .> 1 d.>or alao <>ua furolaW room oil third Soar lUjfl lith at t. w. i> .-?uubeai oclW 31* l^Oh REST-7U4 10TH 8T N W ?Fl KMHIU.lt J and uuluruiatiol roouta. ?itla firal tia*- ubU board. Tabla hoard. 411> a uioatb. ?.18?'t* r>OK RRNI-ThO i.R MOKE VTRT DhMRAULC uBtuiuichad ivuUit. aacoud floor. Bucd. iu>i< ? guiei tatuiiy. lew rrut to thr rurtii iwraoii. rat*r? ..oaa t it i.anir.xl cau. altar \ a* 1*4/ l'at. lxiii kem-at mi 17m ir. a. w.. m? M. able brat floor, fun.iaba<l or auluruiabML orl --J* L'"RKl.M - l?M lit! il . HK<ONT?Ti>Mr 1 furuiabad aloovc r.mcu. a.an ot>miutuucatl.iv ro- ia. Van be ua<xi tuvriber or aaparataly. grU^K1 ?,>|R KtM ? I'ARLiik AMI I AKLOh hLIi-Rtx >C 1 *'? I'nrata LatL. iumhiiU) luiuiabxl. brat fl ori with or Without board, ou Uua of bardi^a aud atr?wt> car*. 4^4 Uaaaa. buarila aaa. ?rlS-:i(* LVIR lil M_ 316 IMHAKA AVK.. PU.AHANT fl roou? ainalr or au auita. location rwutral i. -ar t itjr Hall boua.' urwly pat>erw.i aud |?iuim . all n.aC buf>; Prti--? iuod< twta ocla-JP Fh>k . tiiT-Ru ii, in l n. b.w. kicklV VurDlaii?-<l aiid t l*iaaautl> iucAlrd. o* 1J .11 1NOK MUiT-aon ? hT S ? . UUMroUThKLT luruiabad aacond-atory bad-run a. acll-M* * .nB KEST-loLH LA HUE 'HIERH1 I Mlki ruoui". "Z oil Hr?i an a ? uo wounuflo-iri aoutb iront. w.wraudna. alao oua furniabod r -?u. ?**.i M it. ti ?. ucia-'.t* L'UK HIM-Oll hlXreKKTM HIIU.k.1. ul i>t?I fl. aitr tba Arno, 1 uruiabnl kiiitca uf |?rh*ra an<1 tad. rooiua. lurua.. brat aud u Area, alauaiuala lad room aoi abb- foriratitlaiuau. wTu-ti* LViK KIM-HANDwiUfcLI PlKHKHtll kLcl X oud-floor k rout Alo. iu . ala.i, a ba<t l ariof Na objrctl. n to children. Addraaa 1130 l'Jth at n.w ochi-'Ji' tX)R hL*T-1807 M il h *. HaK1>hoM1X? f urniabed room* on 2d and 3d floora. with board OI II lui UNOR REMT-hhML) FL'RMHHt I) KLC >ND A Mi J1 Uiir i-ator> front rooiua, with ball ro lua i-imima nKuuua (taciua aouihi. with board, i J'Jtt N at B.w. ocll3t* |nok keW-ToiTmh rtrR ihrkd oa roniT. 1. nlaLr l. euaultr or alua.a. ai 5lh ?"?th?. .a ll it* J>OR Kmr-A I.ARltt. WI LL II KMHHF.II MX> ond ?U>r> front rooui. latrobe and oiwurrata bo board, vary atuall pr.vau- faiuiiy Call at 1341 1 .'Ah ht- oc| REKT-101V K HI Jt W.. HANDHOMLLY X (nruisnad ann? of lo?>iua aouthern eiiHaun-j irratc heat. a^o, a.uifia rooDia. couveniani to b< r ..ia and oa?a. atlif I^UR RENT?T^U LAht.E AIRV RUtillK AND ona o?c room, aeroud fl *or ahoaaoui new hu Id* lufl_ h I IfcHU A N t BtiN. 4.'ki 7th at m w. ot b-M* ^UR RhN f ?2D EXOOR Btil'IH KR IN I i?D larye roniuiiiuiratiuir rooiu*. a.a< a nail ro. m; lurnlati'-d or uufumiabed cloaru. bath Uahl hoiiaa lo?|?n? oi i-atarer p- rtiiiried . N .rthen. j.rl > air f.n If, leler.-noew iftil K at u. a oclo ;ti* ?R hk.NT HlNlmoKIH Fl RKlf-Hi n lAk. lor auita. with beat of c?fv loqiiH.a Mablraul deatrabla localit> . baat of rtfrrrucee fivu and nu jr. ad. Call or addiiwa 13V4 L at u.w. ot40l' h~ok klHl-rWO Kill hOt'MH 6l HEOt Nb floor and ona on thiid. furniabad or infurii ahad, ?ltb nr?t -ciaaa board, the location tarei iral and le airable, twfaiwnreaeirhanywd. JI.H il u.< orln .it* 1,?R hhNl-CAi l ItlL H1L1. ? N'lfllLV El R uiahed rooua. aiiarle or aa ?mu. wtu Brat-. aa? l-oard refareucaa . AchaiiKwd. Mil A at it Chai.*wd oix uiwnrj h?|>tenibrr lat aeU-aw* ? >OK RENT?17X3 ? AT. ?.W? IWj IaiVIJlT fl. auit'-aof rooiua for ?antlamaii. aoutheru ttt^wi.rai vrato flraa; alao handaoinaly fttrniaked iwrlor all tot alaoatahia. or4*-lw* I^OR l.ENT?MH'KLV-f ( RNIhUl Ii Ri oMn AI.-O I lanf douhla IWIlora on Aral fl-.-r. furuiabad or un luaiuh'-d. haat aad ?aa 1?17 12th at u w.ott-tl* l^UR BENT?20211 U BT. N W.. LaRoE MCLLV 1 futniiahed rootna. amine or ea auita. aarond and third flo<?. al?a board bo objection V fauillMW; hrr.io paaa door. Avenue oar* oouvauieol. referen.wa. oi4"2w" 1,V)R RENT ?fl 1 2 Tn fl'.'O 111. MuRTIi. lUUI.l tlan.au, nawiy furniah d room* h ua< in flr?t i <aw condition, tac ttdunf aanitary iiiumbuir bl:f M at ?h?. arJla J/OR RENT ? 144ft H HT * ?.. tVRNIHHEO M. rooB.1 aibirie or au auita . opaa h*aa . prlvata ba ^ roi.ma.boardaaparl.lt> ae2W lau* F F FOR RENT?FLATS. 1,VIR RERT?It EST 1ND 1 LATH, 2?.*0 k HT -3 rooiua and pautiy. with aink and tau-r. i*tl.. iloaat, aaa meter nsut flb. rwferauiaa r.mi.red o. 1 J-,f* FOR RENT?STOKES. F)1C RENT-riNE PLA1M.i,AH? ? ho NT. MW Htor*. ail '?oBeeBlai.fMi. In lb. o-nto of the iieat buolueaa locatlou. 122U E at u w.. uaai l aonat.vauia aea aBd lath at. oc12-3ib ISoK BBKT?flTOBK AMD DWBUJNU, I74H HL Ata; 10 roonia. all mod. ltutw reni. fll.iMHJ par annum, or the atore aud boua. a. | arat. lot ?.>o mouth aach. Avi'ly to W tocorf a HUXMk.. l.Mlf 1*. ava. n.w. ocll-B |>OR RtNl?HToRr AND N ABLE.~31H A hT. f aa luqairt at 2Q1 fltb at a.* o. 11 :?f I/O- RENT?HBALL fllORE RIIOH 317 H1U J aC. near l*a. a?e. n w auiiabl. lor oAue * au ra, rent ?o0 Apply to DINCANboN lth H.. HtL ainU ata. tow. oclO .M f *Ok BENT?HEW (XiRNEH HTOttE *KD I>? 1 UJ ill*. tt3J K at aw . near Tib at < a/* auitahia tor drtto. leeu. trrurery or inuttoinc. 410 la paruta eul tonaut. E. A_ MilNTlRL. H1H h at oc?-?t 1/uR RRXT?J?02 14TH BT. LAMB NEW r atore. nine-room dwel.iua al? ?e. concrete or.tar, and lanre brick f table m rear. rant .ow I. auitool* tenant L. C. CCllER. 1423 E et. atl.Vlm' FOR RENT-OFFICES. Kb RENT?DEbK BOOM AT i:MI'. ? hi N W., n esiwliam location . rant moderate oc!2-3t MhJtkoM h kAMET. 1307 F eh tViR KEN 1 -A LAROE HE F1CE-UOUB. 21' FLO IB. In B. w hulldlua 1417 Fat. Apply to 1M ?- A. buOH N. am., hul.dluir. a.12-31* 1>oR RENT-1~HA>E ROW IK 11 OFFICB haiidlM blh > at. two eery daa.rabie coBimuBt caiiny rooaaa lbklfl laat Brat floor, fronuu- 1 *uwe4 (with u laarapl. nilaailiyrf call in place aad ounoac tioue fur uuephone aartiiai. aud which, with haai aad (aa. will be reutad at ludu.aaiaaA rate Is paraaueafl teuauL D. C. LAWRLRCE oc4 llu FOR RENT?HALES. u FOB BENT?MlbCELL AN EOUS 1VM BeB I -FORTT ACKBStOB Li>h) UAR1HB r Lead, with or wlliMBt Mouae aad Btoula Bus L taiBiM. tl. C. ocl2-3t* F0-R Rr*T-hTARlA ^N klAkOl 142<l * roota!"MW. ?aa. haaaaCMwChtTV7!!ESk Mllfd. afl-iil rn.ite>oNAlj> SPECIAL OFFEBIRO-IO BlUlXlTKh IB aTAT^ war aad Rav> DepflrleweTwe wili aiahe eauona auite to aider at Ktuowiu* pnaa* B B Ml we hu im Caoth. hit). D h. Bute baaver oloAu, 417 Obm*. M and worfcmaBahtp aaarauiaed or aa ant fllRAh RUBURh A a?.h. HanaiactuMM, HUT* mAIb U' M irn 111 MB BBll T WBllBJflB l1Ttlin>" Tf laaa hinu UeeaoOe* Ajraacy. Oi n n unii alinah nruaiptly afletidad to aad alncuy ouahd uua. uhaa apan all uoiua. w. WIldjAMa Maaavac. MM F a w. aidta' TUifll OLD BTAKD IS THE ONLT FLACB ?| whrrr fltat. aaa hauaad-Baad Cioiuiu* ran ha ar nail ate lh DaA.