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SOCIETY XOTE8.
Til* British Minister's Daughters?Gos
sip About Well-known People.
In ths event of Lord SMkviUe.West's recall
or resignation, ths Mioses Sackville-West will
be greatly missed br their large circle of
Washington friends. Miss 8ackville-West, wbo
has -o gracefully dispensed the hospitalities of
her father's honse since he has been her maj
esty's minister in Washington, has won the
admiration of all who have met her in this and
other cities. Her sweet face, cordial and dig
nified manner, and total forge trainees of self
hare rrude her extremely popular. On the
part of the young ladies, ths* will leare this
country with regret They lore America as
their home, and all the pleasant associations of
their voting womauhooa are on this side of ths
Atlantic. The Misses Sackrille-West hare been
ruiting friends very quietly sine* they Isft
Beverlv-by-the-sea. on their route home to this
city, they spent a few days with Mrs. John V.
L.*Praynin Albany, a short time with Mrs.
John B. Trevor, at her superb country place,
Glenview. on the Hudson, and a part of a
week with Mrs. Whitney, in New York city.
Lord Sackville had intended taking his annual
leave early in the year and talfing his daughters
with him to England, in order to attend to
Erato matters pertaining to ths transfer of
ole and ths estates in Kent.
Miss Mutvu, the daughter of the Japanese
minister, is suffering from a severe cold.
Mrs. Sens tor Vance is back in the city from
fiorth Carolina since last Friday, and has with
her Mr. Harry Morton, her son by a former
marriage, who was reported dead last rammer,
bat who is in his usual robust health.
Mrs. Wm. Rockhill, whose husband has re
turned to Cbina, is with her mother, Mrs. Gen.
Tyson, at No. 1611 19th street Mrs. Bockhill's
rooms are uniquely draped with exquisite
oriental embroideries, which she brought from
Corea. where Mr. Boekhill was stationed for
some years.
Mrs. Chas. Carroll, who was Miss White, of
Baltimore, and who has many friends here, it
at Welcker's for a few days.
A number of ladies were making calls, leav
ing cards and enjoying the delightful change
In the weather yesterday afternoon.
Mr*. Justice Harlan presided, for the first
time, at a meeting of the sewing circle of the
Ladies Garfield Hospital, and, on Friday, at
Willard's, where Mrs. Staples entertained the
society. Mrs. Harlan is a most graceful and
efficient chairman. The next meeting will be
held at the residence of Mrs. Judge Bentley,
1116 Itth street, on Friday at 11 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. G. DeWitt are changing their
borne from Willard's. in this city, to Canastota,
N. Y. Mr. DeWitt has left for his new scene of
activity, and Mrs. DeWitt and little Harold will
loin him in another week. Colonel and Mrs.
Staples will accompany their daughter to Can
astota and will visit on the same trip their old
home at Watertown.
Miss Mamie Shreve, daughter of W. O. Shreve,
of 6th street northwest, ha* gone to Philadel
phia to visit her aunt, Mrs. Wm. Mann.
Mrs. John Farley who has returned from a
visit to her son. Major Farley, at Governor's
Island, has removed from 1827 H street to 1404
H street.
Gen. and Mrs. Van Yliet arrived in the citjy
yesterdav from Shrewsbury, N. J.
The Misses Pratt have returned from New
York, where they have been spending the
month of October.
The Cotillon Club, whose assemblies formed
so enioyable a part of last season's festivities,
will tnis season be divided into two separate
associations, one of which will be organized
under the titie of the West-end German, of
which Miss Baker will be elected president,
and the other has been organized, retaining
the original name, and Miss Williamson chosen
as its president
Rev. A F. Steele, rector of St Mark's church,
was surprised by members of his congregation
last night, who assembled at the rectory ana cele
brated the silver wedding anniversary of the
rector and his wife. Bev. Mr. Williams, on
behalf of the congregation, presented the
couple with a wicker basket filled with silver
coin.
There will be a german at the Clarendon the
latter part of the week, to which a great
many invitations will be issued. A committee
of Messrs. Knot. Rust. Kenedy, Ward and White
have the matter in charge.
Mrs. George and Mrs. Lyons, of 2113 I street,
have returned to the city after an absence of
over four months spent in Massachusetts and
New Hampshire.
Mr. Frank R. Gillis. of Philadelphia, and for
merly of this city, was married yesterday at
St. Peter's (Catholic) church to Miss Vina B.
Decker, daughter of Mr. S. H. Decker, of Cap
itol Hill. Bev. Father Sullivan, assisted bv Bev.
Father McGurk, officiated. After a collation,
served to a few immediate friends, at the resi
dence of the bride's parents, the newlv-mar
ried couple left on the 4 p.m. train lor the
North.
TENNIS AT HIGHLANDS.
Berry Hold* His Own with Champion
Sloe am?Other Games Yesterday.
Mr. H. W. Slocum, champion of the United
States, and Mr. W. V. R. Berry, of this city, en
tertained a few friends yesterday afternoon at
the tennis courts of the Highland Country Club.
Mr. Berry was in excellent form and the games
were all hotly contested from the first, being I
replete with hard drives, smashes and skillful
side-line play. The first set was won by the
visiting champion, the score being 6-8. Mr.
Berry succeeded, after many vantage games, in
transposing these figures, thus winning the
next set In the third set, at five games all,
Mr. Berry unfortunately tore the palm of his
right hand severely, and was obliged to give up
the set In the single set between Mr. Wood
ward and Mr. Slocum.which followed, thescor*
stood 6-1 in the champion's favor.
Practice games were played during the after
noon between Messrs. Waggaman and McLean,
of the Highland Country Club; Woodward and
Davidson, of the Bachelor Club; Bvrnes broth
ers. of the Capital Club; Boag. of the Southern
Club, and H. W. Spofford. of the West End
Club. The Country" Club courts were in excel
lent condition, and the afternoon was a perfect
one for tennis. The visiting party, including i
Mrs. H. W. Slocum. Miss MacLean and Mra. J. 1
F. Waggaman and others, returned to the city
in carriages about half-past 5.
The Pure Food Act.
coianano5u xnxii pbipari>*? to rvr the
SEW LAW IS TO rOBCX.
Internal Revenue Commissioner Miller said
to a Stab reporter yesterday that he had re
ceived an official copy of the District food
adulteration act, and it is now being carefully
considered by the chemist of the bureau, Mr.
Richards, and compared with similar acts
enacted in other states and in England. It
would seem, he added, as though the District
act was drawn up with the English law as a
basis. As soon as they get a fair idea of what
has been done in other places work under the
bill will be begun in a small way. Regulations
concerning the submission and examination of
suspected articles will be drawn up and a little
done in the way of examining substances
brought to tMfc bureau. This, however, wfll be
limited by the fact that that the bureau's own
funds, barely large enough for its own pur
pose. will have to be drawn upon. It is the
commissioner's intention to make a strong
recommendation to Congress, early in the ses
sion. for a separate appropriation to carry the
provisions of the bill into effect
The Jockey Club Incorporated.
A certificate of incorporation was filed in the
office of ths rscorder of the District this morn
ing providing for the organization of the Na
tional Jockey Clnb of ths District of Colombia.
Ths incorporators named are John R.
Kelly, F. M. Draney, J. C. McGuire, O. C.
Green and J. J. Hollister. The object of the
corporation is stated as being "to encoturags
the development of the blood horse' by offer
ing honorable competition in trials of speed
and endurance, and to ad vanes the knowledge
of its members in the art of training and im
provement of the said blood horse." The
trustees named for the first vear are F. B. Mc
Guire. Smith Townshend. John R. Kelly, F. M.
Draney. O. C. Green snd Wm. Dickson. The
reason for taking action of this kind at the
present time is sa.d to have been caused by
the action of the owners of the horse Paragon
in bringing suit against the individual members
of ths executive committee in consequence of
the horse breaking his leg while exercising on
Uie track last Weenesday.
Cunm at rum Cm Puwt-Ottic*. ?The
carriers' room st the city post-office has been
enlarged to accommodate the additional letter
carriers recently appointed by extending it
outward so ss to include the lobby. Now ths
windows at which persons apply for letters on
Sunday look out upon the street The only
protection from weather one who is waiting
Cits is that afforded by an awning. This is a
mporary arrangement a* it is expected be
fore long to m?ve the whole office into mors
commodious quarters. It is said at the eity
post-office that the #5.000 provided by the ap
propriation for moving the citv post-office to
the court of ths Pension building and fitting
up the oAae there I* entirely inadequate.
Affair* In Wert Wuklngtoa.
Bvbolabi.?Thieves nn at work last night
within a ?tone'? throw of the polica station. a
burglary hat mg been commiMad at the rrocerv
?tore of O. W. Uffutt A Bro., No. 1909 M itre/t
by tha forcing of an iron bait fro^k rLr^l
dow. The cash drawer waa rifled of it* con
?n.to'.?m(^tmf *? abont It is thought
that the thJiTM were frightened off by fi?e
sounding of the borglar alarm upon the drawer,
aa nothing else in the store waa disturbed.
ACakalLoc* Bao kbit.?Navigation on the
canal haa been interrupted, a gate of oaa at
the seven lock* having Seen ? track and *??"
aged by a canal-boat a day or two ago. Thia
1or
ported: 371 up. 307 told, 64 left orer biXHZ
viCi> good, 3ii?3jHc.; medium, DWaSVc ? com
s?v.*ss**- c?
Saturday night drinking and went into Mar
maduke a saloon on Market atreet, and wanted
to clear out the aaloon, bnt before he could do
0??*" Sutherland arreated him,
and he waa fined #6 in the Police Court jester
dav Jflman \Tn?/l. _ m ? ? ' .
behind
_ - * vuvs wiun jeater
Tk^k6* * Virginian, waa placed
th. ^, wr" }?* "*? offlcera for disturbing
o.T *Urket street Judge Miller fined
u ri ^W0 weeka- An old man named Mi
K, ?1 w" ? folic* Court this morn
tog charged with being an habitual drunkard.
twenty daya on the farm in default
?* Toung
Men a Catholic Union rooms last night for the
Epoee of discussing the advisability of hold
another entertainment An enjoyable
**? tf*?" l"t night at Academy Hall by
members of Potomac Tent. No. 166. 1 0. O. B.,
"d also by members of Pe?rless Tent No. 26
I. O. O. R. Police Officer Frank Tr*hn*. a
new recruit was quietly married last night to
Miss Mollie Snyder at the parsonage of the
Congress-street M. P. churcn by the pastor,
itev. Dr. Bates.
Tiwrnrcu his Cosirno* or Wat** at
7 a. x.?Great Falls, temperature, SO; eondl
nii3 receiving reservoir, temperature. 66;
condition at north connection, 6; condition al
south connection, 86; distributing reservoir,
temperature, 64; condition at influent gate
house, 36; condition at effluent gate-house, 36.
| High tide in the river to-day at 4:01 p. bl;
low tide at 10.-46 p. m.
Alexandria Affair*.
Bsoortad for Tn Evxjnvo Sua.
Bubolabt.?The store window of George
Aves, No. 326 King street, adjoining the corner
of Royal street, was broken in last night be
tween 12 and 1 o'clock, and four pistole, in
cluding an English bull-dog, stolen. The
hearing the glass break, went into the
neighborhood, and afterward gave chase to a
colored man, who ran on seeing them and was
pursued, but escaped. This is the fourth win
dow-breaking burglary that has taken place
here, and is supposed to have been effected by
? Washington thief.
Arrested.?Simon Thomas, colored, waa ar
rested by the police here to-day, charged with
stealing a boat from Thomas Arlington last
May. He is well known to the Washington
police and had just returned from Washing
ton. ?
_Fimlat Iww-Woms.?'Ths iron-works of Mr.
Wm. 8. Moore, at the corner of Duke and
Inion streets, were found on fire shortly after
2 o'clock this morning. The rafters wound
I one of the chimneys had caught fire and was
burning fiercely when discovered. The Colum
bia engine went into service. The loss will not
exceed <100 and will be repaired at once. Ow
ing to some mistake in the alarm, some of the
firemen carried their apparatus to the fourth
ward before going to the first ward, where the
, fire occurred.
| Tn Gas Plant.?In a few days the Philadel
j phia company which has erected oil gas-works
, alongside the coal-gas plant at the Citv Works
will commence operations, and will supply the
city with oil-gas as an experiment Last year
the works received f21.861.33 for gas sold'and
had a total income of #24,088.36. besides fur
nishing 174 street lamps, all the citv offices, the
tree***' * Infantry, and schools with light
Not**.?Logan Tribe of Red Men, of Wash
ington. in costume, are expected here next
Thursday evening on a visit to Osceola Tribe
of this city, and a most pleasant time will be
spent. Mr. Harry Berkley, of this city has
succeeded Roger Brooke as clerk in the Poto
mac freight office here. Mr. Bernard Cline
has returned from a hunt of two weeks. Mr
A. J. Fisher and Mr. 8. B. Stoutenburg, build
ers, of this city, are now away with Alexandria
carpenters. Ac., building large houses in Mary
land under contract. Mr. Walter Donnelly
and Miss Emma Hill, of this city, were married
in New lork last week. Neither of them is
twenty years of age. Hon. M. Mavre, state
auditor, w in the city, but will leave in a short
ta?.er"T7 e 0dd Fellows of Sarepta Lodge,
w?l hold to-night services at the lodge room
memorial of the late Grand Sire Thomw
Wildev. The Young Woman's Christian
Temperance Union is giving a series of com
phmentarv Bociables each week at the residence
or Dr. BecktiL Pleasant entertainment is pro
j vided. '
From Rockvile.
THX POLITICAL SITUATION Dl XOXTGOXIBT
cocirrr.
Correspondence of Tn* Evxirma Stab.
Rockvillx, Oct. 27,
Mr. Louis H. McComas and Col. H. Kyd
Douglas, republican and democratic candidates
for Congress in the sixth district, arrived here
this morning on the same train from Hagars
town, and were welcomed by their respective
supporters. CoL Douglas left here in a few
hours to fill an appointment to speak to-day at
Damascus and at Lavtonsville to-night. Mr.
McComas went to Mecnanicsville, where he will
entertain the voters during the afternoon.
Politics are getting quite warm in the county i
and many meetings will be held during this
week. Among the bets made here during the
past few days were several by Mr. Bernard Mon
?'./ Pron?nent republican, that McComas
would carry the congressional district by 600
majority. It is the Impression here that Col.
Douglas' vote in the county will be an increase
over the vote of CoL Baugnman two years ago
A democratic illumination and torchlight pro^
cession will take place at Oaithersburg on
Thursday night
Whiteside, aged eighty-four years,
died at her residence, near Seneca, on Friday
and her remains were Interred at Darnestown
yesterday.
The remains of Thoa. Dillihunt, who died in
Chicago some months ago, were brought here
this morning, and after the celebration of high
*t St. Mary's Catholic church, were in
terred in the cemetery attached to the church.
Some years ago deceased was married in the
same church to Miss Eliza Fitzgerald, of this
county. The remains of a deceased child were
also brought here and placed in the
grave.
Nathan Day and Qreen Beckwith, the two
men charged with disorderly conduct on the
Point of Rocks train, between here and Wash
ington. last week, had a hearing before Justice
Morgan and were each required to pay #6 as
fine and costs.
.l??t',e?bnr* J-0***? L ?- A elected
the following officers for the enMnur quarter:
? .I)*T'? TJ Miss Agnes J. Matlack, V. T.;
Annie M. Myers, R. B.; Geo. Phoebus, F.
S.; Miss M. Meirett C.; S.'G. English. T.; J. E.
Briggs, M.; O. N. Briggs, O.; Henry Da? 8^
Death or a Policsxax.?Charles Marion, a
policeman appointed on the force on the 1st of
September last, died about 2 o'clock thia morn
ing He was from Baltimore, where his family
(wife and child) lived, and had reeided here
some time, having been for some months a
street car conductor. He was assigned to the
sixth precinct Lieut Kelly. During his brief
term of active service?from September 1st to
October 9th. when he waa taken sick?Marion
performed his duties in such a manner as to
win the approbation of superior officers. He
boarded at No. 67 L street northwest His re
mains will be taken to Baltimore for interment
Capt. Austin to-day issued an order detailing
two sergeants and twenty-four privates to es
f? ^ d?pot to-morrow mora*
ing at 8:30 o'clock.
Tke Kwlkb-Cohdox Assault Can.?Joe.
Keseler, the inspector in the employ of the Di?
pleadedfuilty to a charge of^^l^Sa?
The court accepted his personal bomb to keep
the peace. r
Abivrs ib a Tacawt Hons.?Maria Clay.
Harriett Kin*, Richard Robinson and William
Cole, colored, were arraigned in the Police
morning, charged by Officer Foley
with being vagrants. They were arreeted at
- ??/??"? ???, statea mat ae was
watchman. Harriett Kiac is a younx
8he said that she waa there with
CU7 UuaM woman.
She denied the charge of vagraney. "Where
-V> you live, old lady?' inquired the Judge. "I
[12? Oberly's," ah* aaawered.
said the judgs. ??Why,'*
exclatoed the old womta -I thought every
K^.^nciw wHm** JudK Oberly live*. Why,
he s the head of the Civil Service Commission, i
He live* ob Delaware BT*ao*.n The old wo- I
m? explained that she ?t home lata last Bight
?nd not caring to gw ia th* hous* in ths 1
?he went to get a match frm tha
WANTED?HELP.
\KrAHTSDl-A COMPETENT WOMAN TO COOK
11 for a OtU family; must assist In washing and
-1*,? reUaMsVirl for general housework;
required. 60S B *t. n.e oc30-3t?
WANTED - IMMEDIATELY - OKB EXPEBI
11 snosd anna, om Otrann cook to aaslst la (sd>
eralhouaework; also, a cook to waah and iron for a
funfi*?#?)>??> nBmiji: also, one ijarlor maid: wb"~
im ' at. n.w.Alio, a ftrat-ci
T*rAST*D-3i NEAT. EESPEOTABLE, COLORED
W glrL with city reference, s* waitress and house
WANTED?A SMALL WHITE GIRL IN A FAMILY
IT to t*ke care of children and raa errands Call at
1614 5th it. n.w. oc30-3t?
\y AN TED-A CAPABLE COLORED WOMAN:
Tf mnat be a rood cook and willing to do liglU
housework In small family; only tboss with food rsf
oaa need apply. 1110 Ost n.w. It*
WANTED?WOMEN COOES, tlOTO #40; CHAM
bermaids, Norses and Laumtreaaee In city or
away; Waiter*. Driver* or Farm Hand*; Colored Men
Cooka. SAM'LA. COOMBS, !?2<JFst.n.w oc30-5f
WANTED-WOMEN OOOK8, ?10 TO (40; MAIDS,
11 Waltreee, nnraea. Laundreu, Man Caterer, Drl vera,
Walter*. Man Cook* and Kitchen help, Farm and Dairy
?en. DICE'S AGENCY, 813 7th at. n.w. oc30-6t*
"WANTED? A OOOD TAILOR OR TAILOREU.
11 Apply to B. EESTEBMANN, 190? 14th at. B.W.
oc30-Sft
tetanted-anTndcbtbiodb white boy to
11 make himself useful in the (tore, and run er
rand*. Apply at 608 9th at n.w. It*
YETANTED?A GERMAN GIRL, FOB ORDINARY
m housework in * family of four. 62tt 3d st.
n.w.
0. Box 672, York city.
\*TANTED?SEVERAL SALESLADIES FOB DBY
11 Goods and Cloaka ? none but experienced hand*
Bead apply at CLABK'8, 734 and 73tT7th at. n.w. It*
TET ANTED?A TAIL0RES8 TO MAKEPANT8 AND
11 work on altarationa. Apply at one* T. K. RICH
ARDSON. 438 7lh at. n.w. Jt*
YET ANTED?TWO FIRST-CLASS TAILORS TO
" work on ladle** ooata. Addraaa G. W. GRIMES,
1026 Connecticut ave. oc30-3t*
WANTED-A BOY TO AS8I8T AT OOLLECTING;
email pay to begin. Increased gradually; beat of
references required. Address. stating age, COLLECT
ING, Star office. 4 It*
WANTED?GOOD COAT HANDS. I. 1. HEIBER
GER, 636 16th at ec30-6t
TET"ANTED?A TINNER, IMMEDIATELY, AT 816
11 7th at. n.w. oc30-3t
WANTED-AT 1917 E ST. N.W, FIRST-CLASS
Waiat Hands. oc30-2t*
TET ANTED?A YOUNG MAN, 17 T0.20 YEARS OF
li age, to make himself generally useful in the Dry
Gooda Buainaaa, must be well recommended, one with
aome experience preferred. Inquire at 1920 Penna.
avenue. oc30-3t
Y*r ANTED?AN ENERGETIC MAN OF GOOD
11 address and not afraid of work; one experienced
is selling goods on the road preferred; reference re
quired. Addraaa Box 66, Star office. It*
W ANTED - AN EXPERIENCED DRE88MAEER
on ladlea' wrapper* to tak* work home. Call at
Store, 1318 D at. n.w. It*
W ANTED?A YOUNG WHITE MAN AS A WAITER.
* v Apply 600 E at. n.w. oc30-2t*
TET ANTED?A WHITE WOMAN TO COOE, WASH
11 and iron in a family of three; good wage* will be
paid to the right person; bring refereucea. Apply
0718 0th it n.w.
WANTED-WHITE AND COLORED HELP.COOESL
10 to 40 Chambermaid*. Waltefa, Laundress, all
kind* of kitchen help. Headquarter* for Cook* and
Walter*. 1. B. BURGESS k CO . 925 F ?t oc30-6t*
WANTED-A COMPETENT COIX5RED WOMAN
aa chambermaid in private family; city reference
required. Call at 339 C at. n.w., between 6 and 8
o'clock p.m. It*
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN WITH SOME EX
vv perlenc* In upholstery gooda. Apply to Mr. J. J.
BROOKS, before 10 o'clock a.m., Wood Ward k Lothrop.
oc80-3t
ancea. Address In own handwriting, & W . star
0?e?- oc29-8t
"VET"ANTED?A WHITE GIRL, ABLE TO COOK,
11 wash, iron, and do general housework for a small
family in a small houae. must bring lint-class refer
ences ; a good girl can find a good home and good wage*.
Apply 3432 P at. n.w. oc29-2t*
WANTED-TWO" WHITE WOMEN - COOK," TO
v v aaalat with washing, and Chambermaid and Laun
dress. city references required. 1740 M *t. n.wo29-2*
VET ANTED?A NEAT AND TIDYGIRL TO COOK,
v v wash and iron. In a small family; white girl pre
ferred. Apply at 1112 4th st. n.w. oc29-3t*
YE7ANTED?WHITE WOMAN TO COOK, WASH
v v ai;d iron for a am ail family. Apply 1302 30th st,
Georgetown. oc29-2t*
Ylf ANTED?LADY AGENTS?NEW
11 deiYarment for Females :sell* ?% M.Ut,
free Jt rite. Mm. H. F. LITTI.fe, Chicago;ill. o26-3t?
"EETANTED?A WHITE WOMAN A8 NUR8E~AND
'v chambermaid In the country. Address, at onCe,
P. E. BLRNETT, Star office. oc29-2t*
RANTED-A GIRL TO WORK IN TAILOR SHOP.
1.30 Pa. ave. oc29-3t*
RClteER UlT
at sight. proof
W ANTED-TWO WOMEN WITH CITY REFER
v v ences. one aa flrst-clasa cook and one as chamber
maid and waitress; must b* willin* and obliging Call
at 1902 G at. n.w. oc29-2t*
WANTED-A BBIGHT GIRL, BETWEEN 12 AND
15 year* old. the daughter of educated parents,
to read to a young lady studying stenography; services
required about two hour* each morning; term* to be
moderate. Address, In own hand-writing, Box 67, Star
office. oc29-2t*
WANTED-A WHITE BOY TO LEAKITgENTS'
furnishing goods bminesa. must have good refer
ence. MAYER, 1105 Penn. ave. oc2tt-2t*
?WANTED-YOUNG MEN TO LEARN STOCK
11 raising on large ranch. delightful climate; good
board, boree* to ride; opportunity of lifetime. For
further particulars send self-addressed stamped en
?elo^e^B. VANBAUB, Bo*rne, Kendall County, Tex.
\ET ANTED-TWO FIRST-CLASS TAILORS, ONE
11 to mak* coata and one to work by the week;
prices: lack coata, 96; cutaways, i8; D. B. Frocks,
flO; all pantaand vesta. $2; a good place for a mar
ried man. Apply at once to T. L KELLY, Salisbury,
N. C. oc2tf-2t*
"W ANTED-AT ONCE?3 WHITE NURSE GIRLS:
11 on* must sp?ak German and English; farmer sua
wife, companions, cooka, Ac., German and Swedish
women wanted. F. M. BURN HAM,
oc27-6t* 630-632 F at. n w.
WANTED - A YOUNG MAN EXPERIENCED IN
window dresiling. WOODWARD k LOTH HOP,
Apply to J. J. BROOKS, Supt. oc27-3t
WANTED - A YOUNG MAN EXPERIENCED iW
ft show-card writing WOODWARD A IjOTU
BOP. Apply to J. J. BROOKS Supt. oc27-3t
WANTED-A GOOD RE8TAUBANT COOK, OYS
ter-shuckar, and waiter. Apply 45 H at a. e.
oc27-3t*
ANTED-A RESPECTABLE WOMAN WHO IS
a good accountant. uiust be a good reader, oblig
ing manners, and capable of taking charge of bouic;
bast of references required. M. C , Star office. oc27-3t*
WANTED-A FBENCH WOMAN (PARISIANPRE
ferred) to teach and uke charge of children. Best
of references required- Reply 1104 Vt. ave. oc27-3t*
w ANTED- A NEAT. BELIABLE WHITE WOMAN
11 as cook, and to assist with the washing and iron
ing. Apply after 1 o'clock p. m., 600 East Capitol at
oc27-.lt ?
WANTED-A BELIABLE MARBIED MAN. WHITE
preferred, without children, to take care of an
apartment building, quarter* furnished. Address,
with references, APARTMENT, Star office. oc27-3t*
w ANTED ? DUNDORE'8 ~ EMPLOYMENT BU
11 reati, conducted by ladlea, uieu and women, white
and colored, for all kinds of domestic labor, for District
and states, with references. 717 M st. n. w. se29-5w*
WANTED?TYPEWRITING AT HOME
Printed copy; large amount Address, with
lowest price thousand words. Box 64 Star
office. oc26-2w*
WANTED?SITUATIONS.
Call at 101 D st: n *. u.
WANTED-A POSITION TO DO CHAMBERWOBK
and plain sewing, by a white girl. Apply at 1227
32d St., George town. It"
"EKT ANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE COLORED
vv woman, offices to clean up or place aa Janltress;
can give beet of references. Addreaa C. F. L , Star
office. It*
WANTED?AT HEADQUARTERS - POSITIONS
for Cook*, Chambermaid. Waitreaa. Laundress, and
eureea. Seamstress, Men Waiters, Cooks, Coschmen.
ntlere. SAM'L A. COOMBS. H26F et. n.w. joc30-5t*
WANTED-OO TO DICE'S AGENCY FOB COOE8,
Lanudre**, Hous4 Girls, Maids, Nurse*, Seam
?treaa, Butler*, Coachmen, Waiter* and Kitchen help.
All have city reference. 613 7th *t. n.w. oc30-6t*
WANTED-BY A GERMAN GIBL WHO 8PEAES
English wall a Place aa none in private family;
good reference*. Call or addreaa 2406 F it n.w. It*
\ET ANTED?BY A NICE YOUNG WHITE GIRL A
11 Situation aa chambermaid and waitreaa. or cham
bermaid and aaalat at nuralaf. >ddr*a* or call at 926
17th st. n.w. It*
WANTED-A POSITION BY A YOUNG MAN, 8IX
? yean experience in Drug buaineaa. aome other
business preferred; beat refarencea. Addreaa Box 6,
Star office. oc30-2t*
WANTED-BY A FIR8T-CLAS8 MAN COO K
(French) situation In a private family; is a good
paatry oook. beat of refereucea. Addreaa 1718 Penn
sylvania ave. It*
ANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE COLORED
. . woman a place aa flrst-claas Cook: good references,
tdilra** 1226 M *t. n.w oo30-2t*
liorth*Capltol and'lst and G and'H streets n.?^T'lt?
-r ?. ? one to do general EouaeVork,
ggaaasas
WANTED-BY A RE8PECTABLE WHITE GIBL
V V a Situation aa Nurse or Chambenuaid or to do
Myj^iwwwk to a ?D family. Address BOXT,
WANTED-BY A YIEGINIA LADY OF KEFEU
enoe a situation aa Teacher to ? private family
WET ANTED?BY A FIRST-CLASS FRENCH DRE88
11 nalnr work by the day for private famlllee. Ad
dress Box 5, Star office. oc29-2t*
Star office. oc29-3t*
WANTED?SITUATIONS.
W ANTED?BYA YOUNG LADYA PLACE TO DO
" ohamuerwork and help with the w?.hin* *rd
ironing in a nice private family. KtutoiU at 1008
3d st. net oc*9-2r
WAkT?D-^ITfPATIOS8 FOB 9 FTR8T-CLA88
" men oooke. 2 German farmen; also maid*. mm
aw* ag?
mmn-H ? experienced dress
'* rot", work to famlUa*; altering and remodeling
TOI^TED-JOHN F. BM*? 18 ROW LOCATED
7 y at P at n.w., where be to prepared to fur
nish families with rood, honest, and reliable servant*,
and at the shortest notice. Also, first-class servants
will And it to their advantage to call early and eecnra
rood, permanent homea. 1623 V at. n.w. oclT-lm
WANTED?ROOMS.
\*T ANTED-PEB90N8 HAVING FTRNISHED OB
J" unfurnished Booma which they wiab to rent
jno'ild see us at once Hare many calls for them
BOOM RENTING AGENCY, 812 9tb stn.w oc27-3t?
WANTED?HOUSES.
TMTANTED ? IMMEDIATELY ? FOB A CLIENT,
v? ynhonam, from 84000to 85,000, as an lnveet
-M R M %BtllSS;
u*na],_aa will be seen by reference to our bulletin in
T<?. ' ' IS fEC* and the numerous applications
daily at our office warrant us la atating that tboee hav
ing ho usee to rent will advance their intereat by plac
ed *140? FsT** ^ 00r hM"U ,OHS6HE1!^|?
W ANTKD-HOU8E8 FOB 8ALf~IiTaLITsEC
Eaute Broken, 618 F at n.w. oc27-3t
WANTED-TO BENT A DWELLING HOU8E, 8
"" or 10 rooms: modern improvements: moderit#
rent CHARLES A BAYLY, ?57pTlw oc2^S
AVTAKTED
" " Houses to Bent to Customers
, HEREON fc RAMEY,
oclg-lm 1807 t st.
WANTED?LOTS.
Broken, 613 F St. n.w. oc27-3t
W ANTED-WE HAVE A CC8TOMEB FOB A LOT
> ' tat. K and M snd 18th and Slat sts. n. w*. valued
from 81 300 to 82,000; also, one for a house aituated
between North Capitol and 4th ata. and D to L ata. n.
w.: worth from 83.000 to 84.000. Ownen will pleaaa
write to, or call on, JOHN F. W AGO AM AN,
oc27-3t 1003-6 F at. n.w.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
Star office.
VMTANTED?UNIFORMS?-GOOD BBAIDED BLOU
aea, veteran corps dreas-coata and pants: state
prices, which moat be vary low. Addreaa A. B? Star
office. It*
WANTED - A YOUNG BUSINESS MAN WANTS
'* to borrow 81,100 on 8^,500 security. Address
BOX 8, Star office. It*
encea. R. L. SAUNDERS, Cabin John, Montgomery
Co, Md, or Room 101 Corcoran Building. oc29-lm
TIT ANTED?THE 25,989 READERS OF THE STAB
to have their suits of dothea cleaned atPBINCE'S,
605 6th at 8eud postal and have them called for.
Work unequaled. oc29-3t*
ANTED?FOR 0A8H-FURNITURE, FEATHER
11 Beds, Carpets, Stores, or En tin Household
Effects. Address
ocg? H.BAUM, 219 7th st. s.w^
TIT ANTED?8200 FOB FIVE MONTHS BY A
1 ? responsible man. who will pay 3 per cent a month
for its use. Address Post-Office Bo* 357, city. o27-3t
~\tJANTED?HOR8E8 TO SEEP; BOX STALLS;
vvpersonal attention to can of hones. Order bo*
at Price's Stable. 311 6th at. n.w. Farm on 7th st
road, eight miles from city. O. H. P. CLARE, Sligo,
?d. oc20-lm
"IITANTED?ELECTRIC STEAM LAUNDRY,-1007
11 E st n.w., CHA8. T. NUTZE, Proprietor; flrat
claas work: a share of your patronage solicited.
ocl?-lm*
serial turnisned and repaired. WM H MOFFAT,
ocll-lm* 108 8th st. n.e., or Bladensburg, Md.
IK ANTED?EVERYBODY SUFFERING FROM
11 Smoky Chimneys to know that I guarantee to
cure them or no pay required; Ranges, Furnaces, and
Jjtrobes made to heat or no pay. W. E. DANTE. 1413
17th st. n.w. oc3-lm*
z~m ??? k"* ?yt. ?tiotsw. wvu sbbui pu ui money ?w
funded. stalls 328. 329 and 330 (stalls are decorated)
Center Market, opposite Gulden's fish stalls; open
dally till 12:30; Saturdays all day; also 461 Gst. n.w.;
si^RIBNEK^ TeleP,,0ne? W ^26^.?
WANTED IT KNOWN
That W. W. Moffett, 1218 Fat n.W? to
?, ? . Commissioner of Deeds
se24-3m for every State and Territory.
WANTFD-STUDENT8 IN PHONOGRAPHY.
Book-keeping, Business, or Artistic Writing. Full
course 80. 217 Dal. are. n. e., or addreaa Capitol card
stand. Pupils' dancing partlea Thursday evenings.
sel-^Jm "
WANTED-ALL KINDS WELL WORK DONE AT
reaaonable rate* .Tanks, Pumps and Wind Mills
supplied by D. J. Mot"FATT, 414 & St. s. w.. Wssh
ington.D. C.. sgent for the Kirkwooa Iron Wind F.n.
?iue. For particulars apply as above, or to the Pro
gress Eng. and Mach Works, 8ummerAeld, Md. au4-3m
V\f ANTED?ELECTRICITY IN NERVOU8, MEN
11 Ul and Spinal Disease, Ovarian and Uterine tron
etc. Hairs
clothing. Dr.
Jyl7-4m*
LASKEY'S Loan Office, 201 Penn. ave., corner 2d St.
n- w. mygq
\VANTED?STEAM CARPET CLEANING AND
11 Renovsting Works; Feathen Renovated. Mat
treeaee Made Over. Furniture Steamed, and Motha De
stroyed. F H. YOUNGS, Office 1402pa ave., Factory
cor. 5 th and K ata. a. a. Telephone 610-2 or 1008-2
apll-8m
WANTED?IT KNOWN THAT FRESH ALDER
nev Butter Is churned every morning and de
livered In H lb "Ward" prints, 4<fc. oer lb. Alao Cot
tage Cheese and Buttermilk. Sweet Milk 5c. per quart,
my 8
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
TX>R SALE?
JT A beautiful Farm on the 7th-street road, at Forest
Glen, 8 miles from Washington; contains 234 acres in
fine state of cultivation; well watered; good bulldinca,
good fencing, Jtc.; will be sold st a bargain
B. H WARNER k CO.,
oc27-3t 916 F at n.w.
FOR RENT?20 ACRES OF LEVEL LAND. EIGHT
room brick house, larjre barn and cow-ahed, wood
house, kc? suitable for dalrj', within 3Wmlles of Cen
ter Market. T. H. SYPHEKD k CO
oc25-th, aAtu2w 1321 F at
FIR 8ALE
At Knowlea' Station, on the Metropolitan Bnnch,
B. kO. R R , a splendid Farm, containing 170 acres;
good 11-room house, barn, and necessary outbuilding;
everything in splendid order; will exchange in part
for a house in Washington worth 80,000; prlos par
acre, ?200. B. H. WARNER k CO.,
oc27-3t 916 F n.w.
For" RENT-AT WATEBFOBD. LOUDOUN CO.,
Va., a large new atore and dwelling, one of the best
stands in the state for a general store. Apply to DB.
GEO E CON NELL, at Waterford, or to the owner, W.
S^BOOSE. 1233 Peun. ave., Washington. D. C. o27-lm
I?OR BALE?OR EXCHANGE FOB WASHINGTON,
Baltimore, or other guod city property, 847 acres
of suiwrior agricultural land in Fairfax Co., Va., 12
miles below Alexandria on the Alexa'a and Fredericks
era is an almost
I stave timber on
?????????IVHMVtry, which opens
ten feet from the R. R.; the stone is superior and may
be profitably worked, there being an lncreaaing de
mand in thia city for good granite; price in whole 825
tier acre; if preferred the quarry with 20 acres of land
will be eold for 810,000. THOMAS A. MITCHELL,
934 F at.. Room 4. ocl5-nol
l^OR EXCHANGE?250 ACRE FARM, GOOD IM"
I provements, orchard. Ac., 8 miles from Fredericks
burg, 8pottsylTania County, Va., 85.000: 350 acres
prime timber land, same county, 815 per acre; 50
acres in Prince William County, Vs . for 8000; 160
seres, Adams County, Wisconsin, 8?0 per acre. Will
trade for Baltimore or other city property. THOMAS
A^MITCHELL, 934 F St., Boom 4. ocl&-tnol_
FOR SALE-MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED FARMS
AND SMALL COUNTHY HOMES, ranging from
one to five hundred acrea, within from one to twenty
miles of Washington- cheap and on eaav terms.
ocl3-lm T. k. 3YPHERD * C?., 1321 F St.
burg R R. ? stat ion on the place. There la
Inexhaustible supply of hoop-pole and stave
this land; also a valuable granite quarry, wl
1?OB SALE OR EXCHANGE ? SEVEN HUNDRED
acre farm in Charles County, Md.: good improve
ment*. hue ducking shore, 812.000: 170 acrea at Ard
wick Station, oh B. and P. Railroad. 8 miles from city ?
102 acrea 8 miles from city, in Prince George's County.
Md.; 65 acre fruit farm, near Forrestville. Prince
George's County, Md.; 2,000 fruit trees, bouae 10
rooms, 8 miles of city. 7V acres 4 miles out Prince
George's Oounty Md., 8JLOOO: 5M acrea and email
b^ItHTatU^r^OHd^A^TCH^
934 F St., room 4. oc9-tul
TX>R SALE-FARM OF 145 ACRES. IN PRINCE
J? George's County, Md., three-fourths of a mile from
Seabrook at, B. * P. B. R.. ten milea from city; 145
acres, dwelling and Improvements; three-fourths
cleared and in cultivation. Also 1"
Bfc P R. R., eight miles from cit:
lug site*. MARION DUCKETT,
Blsdensbnrg, Md.
cleared and in cultivation. Also 12 acrea at Wilaon at,
" " " ? 1 city. Beautiful build
trustee and attorney,
ael7-3m
Fob bale-at melbobe park, hyatts
ville, Md , desirable I/jts, opposite th* handsome
residence of the late R. K. Eniott, esq. Lots 50 by
130 feet, fronting on Melroee ave. Prite 8500 each.
Liberal terms to purchaser* of mora than one lot or to
any one building at oboe. For further particulars ap
ply to TYLEB * BUTHERFOKD,
aul5-3m 1807 F at n.w.
PERSONAL.
SPECIAL OFFERINO-TO EMPLOYES IN 8TATE,
War and Navy Departments: Wa will make uniform
aulta to order at following prices: 8, B. Blue Beaver
Cloth, 818: D. B. Blue Beaver Cloth, 817. Color, it
and workmanship guaranteed or no sale. 8TBA8
BURGER k SON, Manufacturers, 1112 F st. 006-lm
FINANCIAL.
w. cobson.
00R80N k MACARTNEY,
GLOVER BUILDING, 1419 T ST. V. W?
BiJ
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
tCELY fuenished books
: also three on third floor i
~?ob rent-?11 .NORTH CAPITOL 8T, hand
?omsly ft^iabedrooma, eu iuu or aintfe or in
?it* of At*, with board. appointments of hou?e flrst
Lsas: aalnemj watsra from W arren White Sulphur
&3ur?zdrtatoc i,uw; ?sp
" -1140 OONN ATE. N. W? BRIGHT,
-^-3* furnlabed front and back roonm!
?_ j; table boarders 'tiinil Tarma
moderate: referenoes required. ocSO-lw*
tx>R ri XT?on THIRD FLOOR, TWO NEWLY
JT famished communicating rooma, with ball room.
bath on seme floor, private family. gentlemen pre
ferred. 18*7 L st o.W. oc30-3f
TOR RENT-TWO PLEASANT FURNISHED
r Front Room*; heat and gas. aonthern exposure.
Alao, three rooms, suitable for housekeeping. 1519 p
st n.w. it*
inor rent-at no > st n. w_ two, three.
j7 or four rooma on second floor, with heat and gaa;
alao one funUahed room oa third floor; reference.
>R rent-WITH GOOD TABLE BOARD AT
1306 What n.w, bright cheerful well furnished
rooma; rartvsts, refined family. raferanoaa exchanged.
>B RENT-TWO HICELT FURNISHED ROOMS,
second floor, with heat, mi and bath. convenient
to CapltoL Printing and peoeio:i offl<-ee; F-st cars i aaa
the door .terms we?Me. 12? D st n. w. oc30-3t*
tx)R RENT-FOUR UNFURNISHED BOOMS.
jt first floor with osllar. Splendid location !?43
misaarhusette svs. n.w, $18. oc30-2t*
Fob rent?furnished ob unfurnished
rooms to adults, with uae of parlor, la new bouee.
with all modern improvements; moderate rates. 1745
Corcoran at. it*
Fob be!fr-on* nicely-furnished ROOM.
Brat floor, and two on thi rd floor, with board. 945
per month for two edults, 9^8 and 930 for one 1412
N at. n.W. oc29-3t'
tx)B RENT-* LARGE BEAUTIFUL UNFUB
x niahed rooms; also one small ons on 2d floor, suit
able for club, ol&oe or privets family, at 111? G at.
n.w. oc30-3t*
t%B RENT-ONE LARGE NICELY FURNISHED
a front room, on escond floor; heat, raa and bath.
Price 910. Also, uufurolehed rooms on second floor,
for hooeekeeplnf. 0341 st a. w. it*
FOR RENT-TWO COMMUNICATING FRONT 2D
?tory Rooms, furnished, with beat and traa. for two
or four gentleman; half way between the Patent office
and Treasury. 70S 13th at. n.w. oc29-2t*
I JOB BENT - TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
bath, hot and cold water aame floor: suitable for
housekeeping; convenient to can. 113 2d at. n.w.
oo30-3t
EOR BENT-A LADY OWNING HANDSOMELY
furnished house in neighborhood of Dui>ont Circle,
Ires to rent all but two rooms; would board with
party renting. Terms reaaouable. tddress T. R D.,
Star office. oc30-2t*
FOB BENT-COMMUNICATING BOOMS, FUB
niabed or unfurnished. near Departments; conven
ient to can; excellent location, 922 19th st. n.w.
oc80-3t*
tx)B RENT?1330 9TH ST. N.W , WITH FIBST
x claaa Board, newly furniahed rooms on 1st ssd 3d
flours in nsw house; all mod. lmpa.; references; mod
erate rent. oc30-3t*
OB BENT-TWO COMMUNICATING, FUB
nlahed Rooma. aonthern exivaure. on second floor;
suitable for lignt housekeeping; rent, 914 per mouth,
including raa. 1203 H at. n.w. it*
Fob rent-furnished booms, with ob
without Board, in a private house. terms reason
abla; accommodation ana fare home-like, table board
ers alao. 424 Maasachnstts ave. n w. oc25-13t*
For RENT?8 OB 3 UNFURNISHED BOOMS, 2
communlcstlng, with lsrye closets: one ? hall
room, references. Inquire 1814 15th *t n. w. it*
tx>r BENT-FUBNISHED ROOMS, 2D OB 8d
J? floors, communicating; front and back, in a newly*
fitted up house, with or without board. 730 11th st.
n. w. oo30-3t*
Ij?OR RENT-VERY DESIRABLE fubni8hed
rooma, einjrie or sn suite, on second floor st 121x3
loth st^Juat below Mass. svs.. herdics peas the door.
For rent-oor bth st. and mass, ave^
large, nicely-furnished room, with board; southern
exposure, references exchanged; atx or eight table
boarders accommodated. oclO-lst*
-FOUR handsomely furnished
' is or en suite; house pleasantly loca
te cars and herdics; private famUT;
referencea. Address 1110 16th at. n.w. oc29-3tT
F| OR BENT-A HANDSOME FRONT BOOM, SUIT
able for one or two gentlemen; new bouse, new fur
niture, gas. heat, and bath, private family; 910. 825
6th st. n. w. oc29-3t"
FOB BENT?1318 12TH ST. N. W? TWO UNFUR
nihhcd rooms, ons an alcove room, on second floor;
beat, gas. and bath-room. oc29-3t*
Fob rent-newly and elegantly fur
niahed apartments, en suits or single. with or with
out board. 1502 H st. n.w, next to Wonuley'a Hotel.
References. . oc29-3t*
Fob~BENT-SUITE of THREE FURNISHED
rooms and private bath; 2d floor. sunny exposure,
board as desired; private family; referencea. 812
18th at. n.w. oc25-6f
I|"or RENT-FOUR ROOMS ON FIRST FLOOR,
a sleeping-room on second; or will rent three on
second, also two or three on third; rent reasonable to
tight party. 816 6th at. n. w. oc29-3t*
Fob bent-fubnished and unfurnished
_ rooma. with board, at 807 H st. n.w. oc29-3t*
fx>R rent-to gentlemen only-three
MS furnished chambers, singly or together, delightlul
and deairable. heat, raa, ana oath. 25th st. and Pa.
ave. n.w., near new Signal Office. oc29-3t*
Pi db RENT?HANDSOME 8UITE OF NEWLY FUB
niahed rooms: parlor floor: open flre pieces .pri
vate family, Ac. 1424 N at. n.w. oc29-i?*
T?0r RENT-TWO LARGE FRONT BOOMS ON
J? let and 2d floors; furniahed; bay windows- has all
modern improvements; terms reasonable; deeirable
portion of city. Apply 1017 12th sl n.w. oc2v-3t*
P)r RENT?307 q IT. *. W, NICELY fuh
nished, with Board; everything first class. o2ft-3t*
FOR RENT-TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS ON
second tl' -r and one furnished or unfurniehed on
third floor; 1336 11th st n.w.;possession novemberx.
oc29-3t*
Pjr RENT?910 14TH ST.. WITH OR WITHOUT
board, a suite of three rooms on the first floor;
alao second floor rooms, an suite or single. oc29-2t ?
Fh|b RENT-925 12TH st N W.. A LARGE,
newly furnished front room, containing three win
dows, alcove and large cloeet. refereuces exchanured;
private family._ Tenna 912 per mouth. oc29-2t*
PI b>r RENT-BRIGHT. SUNNY, SECOND-STORY
Rooma, furnished and unfurniahed, with good
Board at moderate rates, at 1318 M st. n.w., near
Thomas Circle. Homs comforts. oc29-3t*
\fsmm
F)R RENT?SECOND FLOOR, SOUTH FRONT;
two lam oommunicatlng rooms, furnished or un
furnished ; newly papered; finely or en suite; perfect
repair: northern private family; refereucea 221 e
?t n. w. oc2?-3t*
bands 8ept. 1; terms reasonable. oc29-3t
F^m >R RENT-TWO LARGE unfurnished ROOMS
on aecond floor suitable for light housekeeping:
four large cloeeta; locatiou central; terms moderate.
815 11th st n.w. oc29-2t*
Fir rent-suite of five handsomely
furnished Rooms in stylish new house?j*rlor,
bedroom, dressing and dining-rooma. and kitchen;
excellent neighborhood, central, suitable for Member,
Senator, or other persons sntertaining; upper floor
occupied by three adults. chambermaid in attendance.
References. Addrees Box 5ti, 8tar office. oc29-3t*
FOR RENT?1309 H ST. N.W..handsome SUNNY
and dean rooma, newly furniahed. oc27-3t*
F^2>r RENT - ONE LARGE FRONT BOOM 3D
story, pst , Georgstown^jras and heat: furniahed
or unfurniahed. with or without board, in private
family; cars st the door; refsranoee required. Address
P. L. P., Star office. oc27-3t*
Fi ~OB BXNT-TO ADULTS?NICELY-FURNISHED
back parlors: small room adjoining for trunka, Ac.,
two on second floor, furniahed or unfurniehed, singly
or en sulte_ 634 L st. n.w. oc27-3f
Fb|k>b RENT-TO A GENTLEMAN WITH REFER
ence, s desirable room furniahed, and all conven
iences; private family. 1137 12tb st. n.w.. bet L
and M. oci7-3f
Pdr RENT?1750 M 8t. N.W.. FOUR DOORS EAST
of Oonuacticut ave.. pretty, newly-furnished Room,
with flrst-claaa Table Board; houae heated by furnaoe
and open fires. Referencee exchanged. oc27-3f
For rent-on first floor, two communi
cating Rooma. furniahed aa bed-room and sitting
room. with folding bed. suitsble for three adults. beat
and gas. 925 per month. 612 6th st. n.w. oc2?-3t*
P)R RENT?1220 O ST. N.W. SECOND FLOOR,
large, front, alcove Room; also back Room coiumu- ,
nicatlng; cheerful, well heated and furniaheq; will be
rented singly or en suite. near herdics aud carsj>27 -3t*
F^br RENT-BE A UTIFUL ROOMS. SINGLE OK EN
suite, in privste family; furniahed; lanre double
corner house; south and east front; open flre-placee
in every room. Referencee required. 1101 E st.
n.w. oc20-2w*
FOR RENT?471 H st. N. w? THREE UNFUR
nlshed Rooms, very desirable, with heat and gas:
suitsble for light housekeeping. Also, two furnished
Parlors. No children. oc27-3t*
Eor BENT-A handsomely FURNISHED
Room with open fire. iu a private family; ccntral
ition: to a single gentleman, 910 per month, refer
-- exchanged. Apply at 508 5th st.n.w oc27-;
?st*
?0r RENT?1303 H ST. N. W? TWO UNTUR
nished rooms; second floor; private bath, gas and
t; southern exposure; no children. oc27-3t*
tx)R BENT-THREE FURNI8HED ROOMS, 8UIT
JT sble for housekeeping Terms. 915 per mobth. in
edvhbce;oonvement location. Apply at 1806 11th st
n.w. Cars pass the door. oc27-3t*
tx>B RENT-TWO communicating BOOMS;
x furniahed: lanre bay-window;ou 3d floor; bath
room, hot and fold water on asms floor; st 020 19tk i
st n.w. Privsfc family. oc27-3t*
P)B BENT-A PLEASANT boom. fubnished
or unfurnished, second floor: modern conveni
ences ; private family: oue-half square from cars and
herdice. 1428 Pierce Place n.w. oc27-3t*
?por BENT?delightful ROOMS, SECOND
JT anduklrd Soon, with board. 161421st at n.w.
>r RENT ? FOUR NEATLY FURNISHED
rooms, two oommunicaung, each suitable for two
gentlemen; rent modsnte. 407 G st n.w, opposite
k?wpeniion Ottos. octcT-3t*
MS ON |
?jsonth
oc^7-3t'
-?w o ?T, n.w, handsomely
rooms; sontl ? "
?r Patent and]
fjsr5?2~ri2i2 ? ^ crfrJSn.?^8?!^
'-NICELY furnished bay^
__ jge^;
.for rent?rooms.
FHOR RENT-IN VICINITY OF 900TT CIRCLE
with private family. handsome parlor and bed
room on 2d floor, w* bona*. Marly nniM. every
thine first-class. pnoe $30 141* l?th st. octT-St
T^OE RENT-19 IOWA CIRCLE THREE COM
X moi.icatin* rrxxns. with private bath. wood floor. 1
and two cwuir.unlcatinr room*, third floor, fumiahed. I
thoes hannr children or servants nsad not apply. ref
ertocee richepeed oc?7-1bi
FOR BENT?FUR NI9HED?TWO OOMMUNICAT
in*. piraaant rooms on sscond floor quiet house.
?-> oJ i,< i>rb>>orbt od. end vary osntral. 718 12th st. a
w , bat 3 icd H sta ?eK7 V
For rent?saxdgome back parlor. with
alcove furnished ae sleeptnr-room. or two ronau i
nicstln* rooma on third floor; furuiture new and clean
private family. to refined and quiet persons n?4erate
terms. 1303 R at nw. oc2,
?CX>R RENT?SEVERALROOMS. FURNISHED AND
X unfurnished parlor* a ui table for Aoctor caterer in
IWMjpjihlltm month. 111*2 New York ev u w
TX)R RENT-^CKNTRAL PART'OF CITY-CHEEK
1 fttf. handsomely furnished Rxxna. sscond and third
floors. private family. reasonable rata*, near Depart
nienta and hotels l320Gst li w oc27 3t
TX)R RENT-TWO LARGE. HANDSOMELY FUR
A niahed Communicating Koonia on second fl.-or
front room has larwe alcove Also room on third floor
With or srtthout board. hefareucee exchan??d-13?4
Rhode Island ava oc2. Jr
fX)R RENT?27 IOWA CIRCLEELLG ANT ROOMS
meals if desired, served by chef or wt>u)d -rapt ee
tlre bouse completely and handsomely furniahed.
oc2.-3t*
TO* RENT?2020 O ST. N W . LAPUE NICELY
X fnrclahed rooms, siutrle or ensuite, eeoond and
third floor*: table board, no objection to f ami lies
herilica paaa the door. Avauua oara convenient. tvtsr
?ace* oc25-lw*
PJR RENT-1720 H ST KW? HANDSOMELY
furnished first and terond story suit**, an th or with
out board. on* square west of Mar and Navv Depart
meets ocSilw*
For rent-one Targe nicely-furnished
front room on 2d floor. buy window.heat, raa. bath;
private family table board if doaiiwd. reterence* ex
changed. y 18 r at. a. w. oc*i -3t
"C?OR RENT-TWO FURNISHED" ROOMS. 2D
1 floor, front and back- rtimmnnn>?Hii? ??* ?
7k .J j u .W KUU*9;
vs? ?? , wr vui wa r OCICO-OX"
. or-re^t?parlor and bed room, en
_ suite, brifht, cheerful, sunny w,U-furui?he<l
rooma, bo. la, picture*. vlu**. a*cond floor, pnrsla
family 811 wui at. n w oc20-tft
F)R rent-large front CHAMBER with
bay-window. well furbished, private family no
children. rood neighborhood. reference* r?oulr*d.
1330 12th *t. n.w _ oc2fl Of
P3R RENT-CAPITOL HTLL^NICELY FURNISH
ed room*, ainirle or an suits, with ftr?;-class board;
references exi hai.jred. 801 A St. s.e. Changed occu
pancy September 1st. oc25-0t*
F)R RENT?WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
beat, F*a. bath, and attendance suitable for a ren
tleman or a gentleman and wife. 1112 H at n.w o25-lui
FOR~RENT - BEAUTIFULLY-LOCATED ROOMK
desirable for office, business or lodfinc purpoeee;
best^i^rht and Janitor * service*. 1215 F *t n w.
P3R RENT?Fl'RNISHED AND UNFURNISHED
apartments contaimn* two and three rooma en
auita. bath and clonat attached to each suite. At Wood
inout Flat*, corner 13th at and Iowa Circle, finest loca
tion In the city Oat* one of tba beat. or26-6t*
"C*0R RENT - FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH OR
X without Board, in a private houae. term* raaaou* -
Vile, aooominodation ana fare home-lik*; Table Board
er* alao. 424 Maaasrhusett* eve n.w. oc24-7t*
F)R RENT-LARGE FTRNISHED~ROOM, riRl-T
floor, well-haated and lighted, 1303F St. u w also
two oorum unicatiii* rooma, unluruished, for iicbt
hou**k*eiiinf. 025 E *t. n.w.; relereuce* *xchan*-f.l
ocl7-2w*
TX1R RENT - FURNISHED - TWO OOMMUNI
J7 catin# Room* on aecond floor, bath on same floor;
two or three communicating l'erlors on first floor
Term* reasonable. Oood table board next door. 24
Grant Place n.w. _ oc22-2w*
F)R RENT?NICELY FURNI8HED ROOM8 ON
?econd and third floor*,with firat-ciaa* table board,
at 1410 N *t. n.w. oc20-lm*
F)R RENT?912 T0~t20 PFjTMONTHTtO GE^
tlemen, newly fumiahad Rooms, houae in flrst
claas condition, including aanitary plumtdua 913 M
*t. n.w. ocI7-to3n*
F)R RENT?816 16TH BT. N W., HANDSOMELY
furnished Parlor Suite, private bath. alao. Rooma
on second and third floora; table board. ocl5-lm
E)R RENT?1807 H ST. N W," HANDSOMELY
[urtiiahad Roouia on taooud ana third floors, with
ocll-lm
FOR RENT?FLATS.
TX)R RENT-TWO VERY DESIRABLE ?-ROOM
L flata on 14th st_ Just above R. I. ave.. steam heat
two baths, lanre closet*, and all modern convenient-**;
will be finished November 15: rant only $?0. B H
W ARNER k CO? 910 F *t- U.w. oc27-3t?
FOR RENT?HALLS.
-,000.
ratea
I "POR RENT-FURNISHED HALL. P23 F ST. N
X w? to Lodges, Club* and Associations, on dara a:.d
evsninn to suit Apply at W. O. DEN 180 VS. Real
Estate Office, under above Hall. au30-3u>
FOR RENT?miSCELLANEOUS.
1TOR RENT?8TABLE IN RLAR OF 1420 N ST.
J7 Four stalls, con< re te floor, room for 3 cimafu;
coachman'* room, water and (as. Inquire of M M.
PARRER, 1418 F St. oc24-12f
MONEY TO LOAN.
TkfONEY TO LOAN IN 8UM8 TO SPIT ON ALL
iTXkind* of personal security, note*, bonds, suxjka,
Ac. J R WOLSTON, Atlantic Building, 930 F st
oc30.nol,3*
$300 $?*?<>$. 93.^00/>?fe,0<XJ1.at>?owas?2i
Lanrer sums at & par ocnt No delay.
oc27-3t E A McINTIRE, 918 F st.
Money to loan at low rates on local
securities, listed and unlisted, and r?od collat
eral. Bonds, stock*, commercial paper boutrht and (old.
oc22-2w FRANK H PELOUZE 1313 F*t.
Money to loan on good real eetate
(50.000 at & per cent; $50,000 st fl per cent. In
?urns to atut. No delay. J. B. WlMKR.
oc22-lm 1313 F st.
Money advanced to buy homes, or to
psy off morttrares, lonp time and no risk. Mort
irayes cancelled in the event at death, easy monthly
payment*, a little more than rent will buy a home.
Call for circular and full explanation.
SMITH A SIBBALD,
oclS-lm* 829 Fitnw.
Money to loan, in large and small
sum*, on approved real estate security, at lowest
rate* of interest; chaises moderate.
ocO-lm R H. T LEIPOLD, 1331 Fat n.w.
i mfONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE and
iyXother securities at loweat ratea of interest No da
isy JA&. F. BROWN, Real Estate Broker,
oc4-3m 1106 F st. n.w.
TOLOAN
910.000 *tc Per Cent,
93.000 at 6 Per Cent.
On First-Claaa Real Esute Serurity,
BEALL, BROWN i CO ,
oc4-lm 1321 F st
0?>C AAA TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE IN
O^OaV'W amounts to suit. Laiy* loans on
choice security at 5 per cent interest. B. H W AR
NER A CO. se26-30t
Money loaned, in bums to suit, for &.!
10, 15 or 20 years. Easy laymenta. In the
event of death loan Is canceled wfMiout further pay
ment, and property turned over free of Incumbrance
The plan of tb* t'nited Security Life and Trust Oo.,
of Phlladeli his, is the best ever devised to enable jpar
ties to own their homes for the ordinary cost of rent.
Call for a circular and full explanation.
ss24-2m F;. H. SMITH k SON, Amenta. 1222 F st.
Money to loan at fi^ per cent ow af
proved real estate security. Laiye amounts a
specialty. TILER k RUTHERFORD.
au 15-Sm 1307 F at. n w.
Real estate investment
bAFE AS V. S. BONDS.
SIX PER cent, payable quarterly.
IN SUMS ?100 T091.000.
SMALL PREMIUM CHARGED.
940,000?TO LOAN
30 000
20.000 OH T1EAL ESTATE.
10,000
500 t*u26) THOS E WAQOAMAH.
Money to loan
IN 8UMS FROM 9500 UPWARD,
AT THE LOWEST RATES OF INTEREST
AND COMMISSION
? ON
REAL ESTATE IN THIS DISTRICT.
R. o HOLTZMAN,
au22 Corner 10th and F sta. n.w.
8l00,000^^?^S^?^ai5J^,?1^2,
terest Telephone 789. G. H. WHITE A CO , J
je6 _______ 322 S. Charles st. Baltimoia.
Money to loan
In imiia to rait, *X lowest rates on approved rsa
esute security. FITCHTfOX kBROWN,
o20 1427 Pennsylvania ava.
Money to loan :
at ujwest rates of interest
ON REAL ESRATE SECURITY.
THOR J. FISHER It OO..
_*a5 1324 F st a.w.
RfONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT LOW
|W est ??'??
_ _ WASH'S DANENHOWER,
ap24 Snccesaor to DANENHOW ER k BONTUIS F at
Money to loan on real btate or first
class securltiea, at lowest rales of tntaresV >0 ]
dslay where th* security i* rood
mh30 Q. C. GREEN, 303 Ttfc *t I
LOST AND FOUND.
ZHE COLORED GIRL WHO MADE THE EX
chanre of Satchels in herdic No 63 Monday can
I her own by laavinit tba other at HERDIC OF
FICE, C and l(Rh sta u If
f O8T?MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, OX 4TH ST., BE
Xj t ween D and E. or on D st, from 4th to 2d, Pockst"
book, conuiuinr 99. 11 car tlcksts and latter stamp*
A liberal reward li lift at 415 4th st a.w. It*
T OST?OCTOBER 29, A NARROW RAND OOIJD
5?rvMt^r5riV^
ItesasCTg
FOr rext- HorSES.
I,"?nr RENT-7 ditoxt CIRCLE #70 00
new h 'mt within Uork Dupuot Circle. *X m
oaae witlu. block r?m>m 00 oc
Hew h. aw 447 n el vf 00
? n? 207 k et ? W ........... 6O.0o
ocao-ii &iAH kaMLV. 9oi uttitiw.
FOB RE XT?54 j D st 8*- stu buoms.
peered wm'rr. m iwvt yard. efcabie *b n<?l
aile> kff at d4i> IiMiiureutowuer. F cobcokan.
? ?td 1 ?t ft e.
orjlv.it'
Fob im-? ....
wwb.t aa.eli mom*, nkrr mat a*ee?. 81*.
41v Sr> Jerae) eve. e.e.. eleVVO rootae ?? w'v.y
| mod . very bende- we In iwltn m**' **'.
1 5ib mm] * et n.e , a lor* rootu end deraillac." ??j
*u?r. f.m. 1113 b m ee., In rooaue. ?eler
eraer. #21 furuiehad aud twrunuafeed ruoa?.mw
uouk joun ) lxlhobot, 313
Eaet 0*1 !u,1 at. _________ .
F>k REST-1U4S VERMONT ate . A OOMFORT
?bl?- ut w bou?e. Eufh*b brnmeut* U . u ivouj* batup
i bftk forrfc. ciowta, %11 uavftl tiuim.. n?ut cfcaas i*>
tenant key at 1*37 Apply to 1001 Marias et o30-j
I>or unt-i cb/lm vi NEW H>'t se O*
l.>tb .t u ? . ten r ? jua., *ll?r. iuiuxi. aod >??*<{
1 melee . haudaouiely pa, erail,. r) >ui <. bandelietw. end
ad undent lu|mt?ui>am. Cheap lu rood tamml
ku i? eold or leaard on rnaaouable taraia p k
l)lt>'l,u?mt,(klT iltlat k< ov jo-l?
Pjk KENT?8-RooM b?v ?ISDO* hotse. 22s
li at n w., mat fauaiou oftot.tm lb advance.
ocdo _f
Iv)k RENT?
By w ELLER B rf-iettt. 326 Pa in a a
743 6 at. ? e ,b h or413 30 St 18 e.e ,t h ,8r m u5m
j.4o 5 at. a?., u.u .ii 13 30 * - .'hk a? aa .l ial.
<?< 5at,e.e.bh-6r 13 30 or . m l..... SO
w04 k a*. b^i . 8r, ml.'.' i So5 v a a , b h Mr iv
wlo h ??.. b h..br., m.i .21 i-.13 4 u. b b . 5r n
Cor. iu ? l a.a, b n , 1217 4 et a a , b h . 5r 8
5r . in i... itv 50 407 13 m. bV. Or 8
??4 iac ,b h ,?lr .Bl.lltMVlitOat .h iv
1200 D a ?. lb. .V V 224 11 u.?, 1 h, kr if,
1-11 !??.? , 1 u.. Sr.. V 1330 MdarJt ,b b .u.l'^u
lki.<l)?t,lii, or ,V 13 i4 Mil a* u a.,b b .in itfo
\IH 10 tut, b b , in t S b w ,m?.rv?i?wal ou
oc30-3t
For rext-xe* mix-room bricks no*. sm
aud ;i.k? h| , u.* at . Lr l?roU park , r\ r| < Oiiveul
i n"x.. .*0 l * ? klh lok. bio V at u m.
F)R REST - Tf.> indian A AVE x.* .. eluht
l^oouia and batb all inoJaru iuij>r vatuenu Ufa
car liua lu *ood roi ?jr and un locatlou. imos k.
* auttaman, wj". > at. u w. u ju-ji
FDR RENT- ' ~
Uvairabla double botue. E at n ? . batwaeu Mk
bud < lb ata , 11 rboiua and uatb. 11 llu
134V.' w ?t n ? ., lo t\xm*a and bath. i.so
ltfW 14tb at . atora. dwaliiu* and auule |lt&
blable n*r h1w 14tU at.? It.
Eurulabad huuaw to moat dealrabla l.K atlona near
Ptli'OUt. ik-utt, bud Tbooiaa Cirvl?a. 11,'^tki t?. ?4.000
I iwrauuuiu. fc.c CllltK k oo,
?c30-m 14il3 f at
i f?ok RENT-horkek- ;h1m> at. a.w. Wr |m
M. vi1 A at. a.e.. 13r $7o lain t'ort oran at., llr 4."?
i wo? M at u w , 13r 7i viv1 k at u w , 7r. b
i dupar i?rt 1700 * 170b v14vlatd?_mr 3V 50
| pa at 75 j?r7 T at. u w . Sr 30
| 71W ntb at. u.w.. lHr . ij6Kit.ti.ijir. 30
? ivjood w,tfur.).?r o.'. HOhUat u ? !4tKHt
i 1334 Corcoran at . 13r ,"?6 of irrouud . 7r 24
?jbv0 P at. u w..lOr 50 Inmpt 140b Pal u ?
Vloo P?. ave o w . 14r 40 .r 26
1740 x V.atrc.u.v. L2r 35 i k i*r i-t 2120 14 u m
3112 O at. n.?.. mr 3.". sr 2.r?
30h A at a.a.. kr 30 414 n V a*e. b w . Mr 25
427 m at. b.ar.. mr .. *7.7b 12w. 4tb at u ?..0r 22.50
420 R at. d.v., 7r lM5ti6 7tbat u a.. <r.. -'O
VIV ii. 4. av* 11 w , 4r 1? <>31 C at a ar . 4r 14
407 Rtdare at n w , 5r 10 m27 2d at a <? . 4r 0
1 to 10 o Bneu'a Court 21M A 220 13tU at taH
u.?. 10 !ir 4
303Datu.W-.14r 05
htores. OFFICES, be.
Store and d'?V 1702 40m La ava , 4r.,3d flr |m
pa.?T.u.w.. IOr. Sl.lOOOOj 14tli at n * . offc.* 30
Stora 1227 D at. u.w . 50 Store ft d'? * ll?tt. and
Store 1700 Pa a*, n w 50 b d"y atn. u t?.. dt lit
Stable rear 14161 at u w 45 Vernou Row. ruotu 11 1>
Store aud cellar 2126 804 h at. n w , ?boi i 1
14th aun.w. 35-v CaUartMl M at. u.w $
408 La. ava^ {bm't) SO
The above la oulj a portion of the iroperty ou mf
hooka. For full liat call at oA< r for hull"tm i?au**d ou
the lat and 15th. Ioc30] 1 Hob. l. u auo AM AM.
vok KEXT-THREE NEW hKIt K hi>l hi 8. 615
j 017, 010 I at n a., 7 roouia and batb. all mod.
Irnpa . taut, $20 par month. Inquire 02M N- w J- rary
ava. n. w. .. .?!? -.??
For rent?
1 10th at n. w., r rnotna. mod luipa , new 445
14C4Tat u w , 7 ro^'Uia, mod luipa 20
io27 Columbia at. n w., 7 roouia 22 50
Rear 434 u at u w 4 roouia, new 10
oc24?-3t f. holtzmax. 1S21 Fat u w_
I' m?k KENT-a nl.w HOl'se OF 8 ROOMS BtAr
tilully fiuiahod. all mod. Imps , 1248 lotb at n.
w.. rent. *45 ?1l t UULTZMAX, 1321 F at. n.v.
oc2?-3t
1" 3or RENT?1517 10TH 8t N W. b RiiclMs AND
batb . all convertleucea ut-wly t?t>ered ni*r tbra*
Uuea of cara (20 per month. THUS E. w AOOA*
MAX. 917 FaC?.w. octMl
I^oh REM n"w VR1 I. 1 NEARLY m.? RAY
wind, w bnck ai* roouia. hath, cloaeta. (antr) ;
?bed. cellar turn**, 412 R.Lave nw . s:*o In adv.
mce Inquire 121H s ?t u w o> 2v-st
Pjr BENT?#25?420 B< >1'n"dart~bt. k
aecotid door from 5th at. Brl< k Houae. aeven rooma
aud liath, bay window, cellar, all uiod laitw . {wi'ered
throughout. etable Inqture at 420 Boundary at 2w-3*
Fob bext-six-koom hui se. w ater, oah
andlatrobe. rvnt o lu advaiice apply at 311
l> at u.w., after 2 o'clock. oc2tt-1 w"
Eob EEXT-223 E 8t. X E. THREE-STOBY
bnck, blue roouia, water aud raa omvan.eut to
nttnir Otfica. Beut $18. Inquire 320 lat at n a.
ocvtmhr*
FOB RENT?1113 8 st. h.w, BRICK hor?r,
aeven room*, bay-window, mod. Uu|? . #25 per
month: will be vacaut In taw oaya oc2t*-3t%
)B jrent-1228 14.th st . TWELVE BooMS,
mod luipa . dcslrat'le location. $00 per niooth.
A. T. cpu MB E. 1425 New York a*_ or2W-3t
P)B BENT ? 1302 HTH mt. b W thrfe STOBT
bar-window Bnck, twelve rootna. mod tiuia . la
irood condition aud a deatrahl* u. attou $45 l<er
month to airood tenant. A T OOI mbfc. 1425 new
York ave. otimt
T>OB BEXT-hoc8e NO. ISO 10TH BT. b ej
j7 7 roouia all modern lmpr veiaeuU Inqturr m
So lib. neat door, or at 631 new Jeraey ave u w.|
raot, $25 a in mtli mlmi*
soli RENT -40.1 I ST kw_ s-boom. 3-stor?
brick bouae m-xl Unpa ; rent, $:40 per mo !u
quirv at m30 I at u w. oc2l?-9t*
E>b BENT-huc8e 312 01h ST . our LA av.j
ten rooma. a large dluiuc room aud oallar. ai-ply
12th at n.w. oi-2t?-3t*
E)R RENT-SEW 7 ROOM hot SE I.AllOE CEL.
lar. latrobe. water in yard, rent #16 per mouth
IM. I, key at 71j Biauiark at , bear 7th at road orKf 3*
F)R RENT-i HAVE FOR RENT A NEW TWO
atory aud cellar Brick Houae, containing 7 rooma
and bath. 3oM E at . between .vi and 4tb ata na all
modern luprovaiueuu. rent $20 80 per month Ap
ply to jno. I. presoott.
oc29-lw 1416 Fat.
P>r RENT ?PRESSED BR1CE BOUSE 330 1ST
at n.e.; In good order all modern imiTovau.enU;
ooal vault in trout. T. UALLlu ax. 230 (at at u.?.
oc2?3f
J job REN'T
1224 0th a w , ?r $15 601 6th . w . Or . m l $25
i ^8 and 730 4i4 aw, ] iivo 7th a w . Or water 1 "?
6r , watar..... 10 30 483 k ? w , 6r k at r*m. 15
487 e at a.w? 6r 10 314 3d u e , Or ,wft* 1c 30
1208 3d at. a w.,5r 10 305 e a w? ?r . w cv 13
440 lata w .Or .mli* 10 30 .'?15 McLean a w . Or 12 3d
5o8 4H at., 4r k at e 20 -m) S37 M a w . Sr . water 1
303 Mat. aw,4r,w 8 30 113 L a w . 5r 8
302 K at. a.w., 6r ...10 50 UOODel ave a w.. 4r 8
52 M at. a w., 4r .. .8 404 X at. a.w,. Or 10
45f n at.. Or., md 20 80
oc27-3t? ch PARKER. 4l*and eaw
F)r RENT?1300 wit. N W A NEWLY el lc
maliad houae. all modern uuprovamenta. 8 roouia.
oc27-'.It*
fjhjr BE bt?1781 F BT ; TEN BOOB8 MdDERB
linproveuieuu. heath#by furnace alao open bra
plim e? . uioelv papered throuirbout #45.
_oc27-4t^ steioer ft l1eblrmans, 1303Fat
rwr REXT-A TWO-STORY AND BASEMENT
preaa brick houae lu the nortliweai--n part ut the
city tor $25 par mouth. HILL * JOHNS?os. 1503
Penua. ave. oc27-4t
revt??
r 1821 10th at_ thrae-atory brick. 14r $10O
u1u p at, 6 roouia and bath 20
1711 R at_ 1-atory frame. 4r 1??
0-rooui oottafa, Ooliunbu hew-tiu 15
firnished
1330 Vermont ava.. 3-au>ry brick. 15 rooma,
completely f urniahed. $225
1523 Corcoran at . 2-atory aud baaeuient. V
rootna vary oaat 70
A s-atory bnck on 10th at .oppoaite flie A ruo
12 roouia. thoromrtdy fur.. all convenieucea . 126
1512 R at, 2-atory and baaemaut bnck. 8 roouia.
all modern looiruveiuauu 64
m m PARKER.
0C27-12* 1418 F at_
For rent-fubxished hocmes from $i5c
u) $.'i(mi tier month Call and rtamiue our bu.JeUn.
JOHN SHERMAN ft oo^ 140T i at oc2. -3t
f?rt7l2r $50 21? 2d at. ?.w.. Tr. .22 50
1627 Conn ave., 8r 40 21 < -d at u w , Tr.......18
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?fob BE nt?206 P ST. k W.: ELEVEN BOOMS;
jr bay window. all modern imi>rovematito bath;
aouth front. lweeeaalon Sovaaaber 1 Beut. $45 14*
month. Apply within or 1318Cor?-orau at. oc2/ -3t_
1-vjr RENT?xk? BRICK 152S 8th st B W ; B
fnmwk be . $50 Bnck 200 13th at a w.: f
^STbaS ^$25? Bnck 603 loth M ?a.i
rooma; $14. Brick 030 E at tt jil rooma $5u.
Frame 716 10th et. u.a.; 7 rooma, bath. Be. ALBERT
F. FOX. 020 F at. n w oc27"
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1?or RENT-BRICK HOI sE 426 bbt ?*.:
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OC27-2W JAMES A. BATES A OO . 1407 F at a w.
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