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SOCIAL MATTFK9.
X)P?ln8 ot the Gay Vavm Next Month
- Personal Notes.
The season in Wiiiiinjfton promises to be
ia brilliant one (or the brief term that ends
With the morning of March 4, 1S>19. The fes
tivities of that day inaugurate the new regime
^ud introduce a number of new and prominent
J*.?ple into official and social circles at the
?capital. There will be a quantity of coming
out tea* for debutante* next month, and sev
eral ladies will begin keeping their darn at
home then. too. Fire Cabinet houses will cer
tainly be open during the winter, with the
probability of a rose-bud party at the house of
the Attorney-General to introduce his pretty
daughter. The Misses Iii<yard will present
their sister. Mia* Nellie Bayard, very infor
mally to their frienda. as baa been the
custom in the family. Miss Emlicott
will be married to Mr. Chamberlain quietly in
her father a houae within a fortnight. The day
ha* not beea named, and no cards of invitation
will be sent ont. The invitations will be verbal.
Aft or the departure of the bride uDd groom for
England Mr*. Endicott will take up her official
social duties. She expects to receive on Wed
nesday*. and will probably give a few evening
receptions. Secretary and Mrs. Whitney wiU
distinguish the last winter of this Administra
tion by the frequency and elegance of their
entertainmenta. _ They intend to euiov the sea
son themselves, and in so doing will give their
frienda all the pleasure that a munificent h?>s
pitality affords. Mrs. Whitney's children, with
the exception of baby Dorothy, are at school,
aad will not be at home until the Christmas
holidays. Mrs. Faircfaild expects to begin her
afternoons at home early in the year, and
will also give a series of dinner parties. Mrs.
Fairchild returned with the Secretary of the
Treasury from Cazenovia on Thursday, but has
not been out at all since. Mrs. Dickinson has
prepared herself and her house for a pleasant
winter. She had expected, in any event, not
to be here for another year. and. as she enjoys
the society at Washington, intends mingling in
its gayeties tbis season more than she did last
year. Mrs. Dickinson will have guests from
abroad staying at her house from time to time,
and, besides the weekly afternoon at homes,
will give one or more large evening card recep- |
tions. Mrs. Dickinson is a sincerely cor- I
dial hostess and is much admired among
Wash ingtonians. Mrs. Vilas is slowly recov
ering her health, but will scarcely be
able to see callers very extensively during the
season. Four years ago. in Gen. Arthur's last
vear of the presidency. Secretary Freling
hu ven and bis family did the honors of the
Administration, with the assistance of Mrs.
Frank Hatton, Mrs. Teller and Mrs. Hugh
McCulloch. who were at home on Wednesdays.
Mrs. Lincoln was in mourning, and Mrs. Wm.
E. Chandler and the late Mr?. Brewster were in
ill-health.
Lady Herbert was out driving and making
calls yesterday with Madame Bonapai 'e.
Mr. R. T. Wilson and Miss Belle Wilson, of
New York city, arrived in the city to-day and
are at the Ar io. Mrs. Whitney will entertain
them in her house to-morrow. Mr. Michael
Herbert is she second secretary of lega
tion, and has been named charge d'affaires
until Mr. Henry Edwardes returns from Lon
don. or the arrival of the British minister, who
is not yet appointed. He is also the fiancee of
Miss Belle W1 son. Mr. Herbert's brother is
the earl of Pembroke, and his sister is the
beautiful Lady Gladys de Grey, who was Lady
Gladys Lons<lide before her second marriage.
Sir Sydney Herbert, who was minister of war
during the Crimean war. was his father. Mr.
Herbert is a young man and was secretary at
the legation In Paris, where he met Mi-s Wil
son. before he came here. Mr. Arthur Herbert
is the son of Mr. Herbert, of Llanarth, Wales;
is an attache of the legation, and has been in
this country since last February.
Mrs. Wm. M. Hunt and the Misses Hunt are
in the city, the guests of Mrs. Jno. K. McLlean.
They spent the summer at their own place in
Bar Harbor, and they will take a bouse here
for the winter.
Baron von Zedtwitz has arrived in the City
of Mexico and has selected a house iu that in
teresting city for the German legation. It is a
large and commodious buiidiug. and the baron's
entertainments and musicales will be given
upon a scale of elegance that will surely delight
the Mexicans. Baron Zedtwitz spent three
days in Lenox on his way to Mexico, slid as
sisted at a musicale given by Mrs. Whitney in
h? honor. He is devotedly pursuing his study
of music and is making advances in compo
sition. He has invited many of his friends to
?visit him in Mexico, and Mrs. Whitney has
promised to chapcrone a party on a trip there
la the spring.
Jfiss Anna Wilson and Miss Yirgie Niles. who
hare been visiting in Indianapolis for the past
few weeks, left there to-day for Columbus.
Ohio. Mrs. Jeremiah Wilson has some pretty
souvenirs of Mrs. Harrison's skill and artistic
taste in painting in the favors that were given
Mrs. Mckee's bridesmaids at a complimentary
breakfast to which Mrs. Harrison invited them.
Miss Anna Wilson was among the guests. The
favors were coffee cups hand-painted by the
hostess. The one Mrs. Wilson has is prettily
painted in a design of red clover and green
leaves.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. T. Baxter arrived in the
city to-day from their wedding journey and
are at Mrs." Duncan's, on 11th street.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Jno. Ellis leave the city to
day on a trip to Louisiana, where they will visit
relatives.
The managers of the National Homeopathic
Hospital have accomplished a great deal in the
past summer in improving the buildings and
grounds. The summer-house built by Mrs.
Senator Palmer proved to be the source of
great pleasure to the invalids, and it is of or
namental value to the grounds. Secretary
Bayard is now president of the association and
is much interested in the prosperity of the
hospital.
Miss Maria Howell will remain abroad for
the winter.
Mrs. Bleecker is visiting her daughter. Mrs.
Thos. Brown, in New York city.
Mrs. A. Leo Knott and Miss Keenan went to
New York yesterday, and Mrs. Johnson will
take possession of Judge Knott's house early
next week.
Mrs. Kate Duval Hughes, of this city, author [
of "Little Pearls" and '"the Mysterious Castle."
is preparing for publication another volume of
her entertaining stories to be entitled "Legends
and Tales of the Si< rras." About the holidavs
she will publish "The Fair Maid of Connaught
and Other Tales," a collection of stories for
Catholic youth, with the addition of a charm
ing Irish tale.
Miss Evelyn Barry. No. 2221 H street north
west. has returned from Boston, after a pleas
ant stay of a month.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Thompson, jr., have re
turned to the city and are at 1405 H street.
Mrs. Chas. E. Gibbs. of Khode Island avenue, ,
haa returned home from the North, bringing i
her neice. Miss Genevieve Jackson, who will
spend the winter with her. They were last
night surprised by the arrival of a large party
of friends in honor of Mrs. Gibbs' birthday. A
pleasant evening was spent in a progressive
euchre contest. Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Gibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Tvssowski. Mr. and
Mrs. Jochum. Mrs. Stoddard, Misses Speake,
Waugh. Jochum. Jackson. Oaleski. Armstrong,
and Sorris, and Messrs. Atwell.Ward. Johnson,
bpeake. Hatch,' Hamilton, Lyon. Metz, Smith,
and Arm-k.
Miss Alice Giutier haa returned from a two
weeka' visit with her sister, Mrs. E. P. Doherty,
of Sew York city.
A large attendance of the members and
friends of the Unity Club ftllt d the hall qf the
ttpencerian Business College last evening. An
interesting literary and musical program was
rendered, including a piano solo by Mrs. J. K.
Miller: a paper by CoL Switzler, on love,
courtship, and marriage, which was fol
lowed bv a discussion in which Judge McCal
mont. Mrs. Spencer. J. K. Miller, and I. It.
Tremblr participated; a piano solo by Miss
MaY Grim; a graphic description and practical
exhibition of the working of the graphaphone,
by Mr. L. Q. Spencer: a vocal solo by Miss 1
Annie F. Craig, a duet by Professor and Mrs.
Bnllard, and an original poem by Mr. J. L Mc ;
Creery.
Mia* F.rna von Rodenstein. of this city, has
just rua'le a very successful debut at a private '
Hi us K-air in New York, where she has been '
studying for some time. She was assisted by
Miss Maud Powell and Mr. Bushnell.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kenuan recently returned
from their long visit to the extreme eastern coast
of Maine, both much improved in health. They
made their headouarters during the summer
at Denvsville. ana from there made frequent ;
enjoyable excursions to neighboring points of :
interest, visiting l*rof. Alexander Graham Bell
us Cape Breton I -land and fishing in the lakes j
bark in the woods. I
- I
Pt-rttso A C'MKca i* a Baixot Box.?Pro- i
bably th? most expensive ballot ever cast iu
this neighborhood. His a dispatch from Bor
driitoan Si. J., was that deposited by Walter
K- C4l agent for the Pcnji?vivaiua lisllroad
Company, at Julinstown. on Tuesdar. Instead
of the customary printed slip, he deposited in
the ballot-box at the village of Columbus a
Check for t9tf. He was -> full of enthusiasm
at the time that he did wut tn nd it. but now he
Waals the check back. W\ie election officers
are teaming him about kSriag to *ck the bal
let* up fur a year. |
IXAVVU'KAL ARRANGEMENTS.
vt" < li"tIhTptaTS,rl,PUU
i
I nuifuratio., " re ,?n to the Presidential in
nertT ^r"n,"n,e? ?n the 4th of March
l?l?ni in i'"""ni'ttee was instructed to report
?1"I rDiiKj* r*7i *? nn a<*jonrned meeting,
active ni-mi^T wi,h Pr?niinent and
other fi.t ?VerH republican party, and
neon-* ? ?? *" a<,,,ociations, with a view to
an,] aotion?^ *?ciency of regulation
"*?? i declared it an the
be th ? p11''thrtt ?en- E- F- should
H "** hairmaaof *l?e inauguration committee,
rl!.. !!, '?8 .wtn> *>kcted to compose this
V r<!^*K W" Danenhower,W.
A. ( ook. Simon Wolf. Dr. E. A. Adams A P
Applcton P. Clark. J. W. Howell, R s'
tv i it* lr- A- P- Fardon, Patrick O'Farrell
H^fn r i*?"' Edward Sutherland. H A.
al -T,i^rr-1- r- fright. W. w. bndlet
{' L ?" inxotto. Fred. Douglass Geo P
Lemon, and R. 8. Schuch. The headquJrtew
of the national committee will be at the -lub
tion^ league until after the iuaugura
WHT THE LFAOT'E appointed a committee
A member of the above-named committee
told a stab reporter to-day that the initiative
in thin matter was taken by the league because
it represented the republican party in the Dis
trict during the past campaign!^ Ueinlu^
? 'irranjfeni< ntrt," he continued. ' is the wSk
!S?^&SKfiv.i?s?
an\ conference that mav be held with other
.?3ss?L?
l"d! nrt k""1 "odo'^t ^ey will d^ffi,1 tfoS"
~ww.
1.V i^i le t hHirluali of the committee as
V ""u r-I wa>' AtM for that position ami
M ai representative citizen of the district "
is wimiilv'^H i tlie co,mn'ttee sav that it
is simply the desire of the members of the
niade'nn1? ** ina,,S??1 ^'ngements
made under the proper auspices.
SENATOR <JCAT'S CHOICE FOB CHAIRMAN.
Sir. Louis D. Wine received a telegram last
night from Senator Quay express^ hi,
earnest desire that Col. A. T. Britton be made
Sassstafts
t let to the late campaign, and Oen W \v
Totftr!*,* r?l the ,na,,Kfration IlaU.
To the Lditor of The Evening 8tar
After the srand parade of Wednesday come?
the inauguration ball. Unless the occupation of
the Pension Office by the city post-office can be
In tTt H U mi,,0rary buildi"K wi" he required,
the h!\T . new library site afford, by far
out th S " " |IOn 11 '8 0n'y necessary to point
con*enience> of* acecst^. SOT?**" ?d the
herdic lines centeAn^^tf", tLree
ce llence of the location fully appS "*
. A. B. T.
AV?s He Looked Up?
the noruH joke played ox a tocxo okorue
TOWS democrat.
A young man living in Georgetown, an en
we"k?r mOCrUt' W,Dt *? NVW Yurk last
wet k to remain over election dav. He made
the assertion before he left that if Cleveland
wan not elected he would not return home. Af
Lv I ^rtedhj, fTU n,U thoa?ht ^ would
lay a joke on him. and telegraphed the reonh
lean committee to look out for him
name and description tk ? giving his
BB?g^gg5a
^hph^
tapped him on the shoulder Thinkin^t w"'
"Yes. sir.**
'?Yes1 sfr ,,TOa fr?m Georeetown, D. C?"
T>lOU?tri ""ted at headquarters '*
r-prits.' oMh.-'SSSa,"'1
was in the hands of the law To^ r i.T
was marched, and there was Jha^ged wT^
Ctienoing^the etion. Vt ?\ CO?Ptl? in
detained over night He hT i?tked "P H,id
holx lntLrn"'d that the original diMpatch'was"a
A Coming Cold Wave.
A bulletin from the office of the Chief Sign a
Officer, issued at 10:40 o'clock this morning
says:
"Cold wave coming. The temperature will
probably lall 15 to 25 degrees by 8 a.m. Sun
day.**
A Dastari>lt Crime.?Mr. Thos. Dowling,
who is living on his farm near Cabin John
liridge. was greatly surprised yesterday morn
ing to find that some miscreants had visited
his place during the night and killed a fine
steer, taking away the meat and leaving onlv
the hide. Ac., behind. The animal was worth
about roO to the owner, but the thieves prob
ably did uot realize but a small portion of that
sum for their plunder, thus so brutally acquired.
To Prevent the Brn-ciso op a Wall.?
Judge Cox has issued a restraining order in the
case of Rebecca G. Dodge agt. Juliet A. Hoff to
restrain the latter from building a wall which
she complains will exclude the light and air
from her premises. 1827 Jefferson street. Mrs.
Dodge in tier bill, filed by Mr. B. F. Leighton,
asserts that the erection of such wall is in dero
gation of her rights under the deed. The or
der is made returnable on the l'Jth inst.
For Obtaisiso Monet bt Fraud.?In the
Criminal Court to-day Jno. Graham was sent
enced to the penitentiary for one year on a
conviction for obtaining money. #2. from Mrs.
Kate Young. He was in jail with Mrs. Young's
husband, and. getting out, went to Mrs. Young
and told her that he had been sent to get Young
out. He claimed to be a Jockey, and said he
was about sixteen years of age. Mr. Lipscomb
said that there were other charges ugainst him,
one by a lady in the Pension Office? Graham
indignantly denied this, and said she had given
him money to play on horses.
I 'harmed with robbiso Her Mistrem.?
Marv A. Jackson, a colored servant recently
employed by Sirs. Claphira Merwin, of No.
9U3 E street northwest, was before the Police
Court this morning, charged with robbing her
employer of a silk drew and a gold watch and
chain. Richard Rites, one of her colored
friends, was charged with receiving the stolen
watch. The girl pleaded guilty and was held
in #500 bail for the action of the grand Jury.
Bates pleaded not guilty, but was also held for
the grand jury on the evidence.
The Proposed Rzpubucas Demonstra
tion. Robert S. Fletcher is named for chief
marshal of the parade of the republican clnbs
next Wednesday night, with I). L. M. Peixotto,
Ira Godfrey, jr.: Frank K. Ward, Donald Mc
Cathran. E. Sutherland, and George W. Hark
ness as assistant marshals. The start will be
made from the Peace Monument, and the pro
bable route will be along Pennsylvania avenue,
past the White House to K street, and K street
to 7th street, where the various organizations
are to sepr.rate. and the procession disband.
A uum!>er of well-known wheelmen have ex
pressed their int? ntion of participating in the
parad- with wheels and lanterns, and they ex
pect that a great many other riders will Join
them and make the bicycle portion a feature of
the parade as it was of* the Shepherd demon
stration. H. S. Owen has the matter in charge,
and wheelmen wuhing to participate should
communicate wity him.
Eioiit Yfarh for Dkadlt ashaclt.?In the
Criminal Court, to-day. Tug Wilson, convicted
of assault with intent to kill James Palmer, was
s. nteiieed to the penitentiarv for eight years.
He *.tid his riyh? name was Pompey Williams,
and that he had been arrested twice before for
stealing. 11 ? admitted that he struck Palmer
with an axe and the court said it was marvel
ous that the blow had not proved fatal, and
gave Wilson the extent of the law.
Marriaob lk xksis. Marriage licenses have
been issued by the clerk of the court to Wm.
Giles, of Baltimore County, kil, and Nellie
Cuaney, of Baltimore city, Xd.; John G. Kro*>
ger and Lulu Kahler.
? Tramp to Baltimore. ?Messrs. Kon
dronp. Corcoran. Zeigler, Scarborough and
Btancliff, of the Colambia Athletic Club, start
on a tramp to Baltimore to-morrow moraine.
FOREIGN NEWS AND GOSSIP.
It is possible that Mr*. Mackay will not, here
after, nud Paria u congenial a residence aa
formerly, aa under the new French law she will
have to pay one of the largest income taxes in
France.
Ex-King Franeia. of Naples, is recalled by the
controversy now going on in regard to the length
of skirt* of stage women. During his reign in
Naples he insisted on the gowns of the ballet
girls reaching below the knees, and also obliged
them to wear green underwear.
An official bulletin states that the king Qf
Holland has almost recovered.
The sultan has granted an audience to Mr.
Strauss. United States minister to Turkey.
A house collapsed on Titchfleld street, Lon
don, yesterday, causing the death of six per
sons and the injury of twenty.
The procession yesterday on the occasion of
the induction into office of the new lord mayor
of London was devoid of the usual pageantry
and was a tame affair generally. The weather
wa* fine.
Seventy thousand followers of the mahdi re
cently attacked the town of Wadai. west of Dar
focr. The garrison repulsed the assailants
and killed 3,006, but the mahdists re-attacked
and captured the town. The saltan of Wadai
fled to Chiri.
King Milan seems not to be as hardened a
villain as he has been painted. In opening the
sitting of the commission to Revise tne Servian
constitution, at Belgrade, yesterday, he denied
that he had advanced the scheme of revising
the constitution in order to divert public atten
tion from his private affairs. He had urged
the work solely in the interest of the father
land. and he said he stood readv to relinquish
the right of the crown to appoint members of
the Skupstchina if the commission considered
such a step necessary.
The KorOi American Gazette says that owing
to the increased traffic on the railroads, the
Prussian government has ordered the construc
tion of 7.000 new goods wagons and has hired
1,600 wagons from abroad. It will also ask the
Landtag to vote 45.000,000 marks for the pur
pose of increasing the rolling stock of the rail
ways.
The czar has issued a rescript declaring his
gr&tiflcation that his desire to have a fleet in
the Black Sea, which will be able to protect
property and ensure the development of com
merce, is being fulfilled,
A telegram from Havre states that the Cunard
line steamer Nantes came into collision 36 miles
off the Lizard with the German ship Theodore
linger and both vessels sank. A portion of the
ship's crew landed at Trouville. The fate of
the rest of her crew and of the steamer's crew
is unknown.
In his speech at the Ouild Hall banauet to
the ministers in London last night, Lora Balis
bury said England had perhaps noticed that
popular institutions existed to the westward.
Events in America would add more to the his
tory of electioneering than to the history of
politics. If there was any complaint against
the Washington statesmen it did not involve
the two nations. The Washington statesmen
had not apparently commended themselves to
the approval of Americans.
Some Indian tana
WHOM IT 18 EXPECTED OEN. HARBISON WILL BX
wabd with orncx.
The New York HeraitTt Indianapolis special
says that inasmuch as Gov. Porter nominated
Gen. Harrison at Chicago and had taken the
lead in the Indiana canvass, Gen. Harrison
ought to give him anything he wanted, and it
is generally believed he wilL Ex-Lieut.-Gov.
Tom Hanna. who was elected on the ticket with
Porter in 18M0, insisted that the ex-governor
ought so be the Indiana member of the next
Cabinet, and that he ought either to be At
torney-General or Postmaster-General. Others,
however, think that Porter would prefer to go
abroad, aud in support of this opinion urge
that he has recently lost his wife, and since
then has been busily engaged in writing a his
tory of Indiana, and that a trip to England
would just suit him.
It is said that Editor E. W. Halford, of the
Journal, whom it was generally supposed would
be Gen. Harrison's private secretary, has ex
ressed a preference to going abroad, and that
e would not be averse to succeeding Rufus
Magee, of Logansport. as minister to Norway
and Sweden. Gen. Harrison is known to have
a high regard for United States Circuit Judge
Woods, and by many it is thought that he will
be the member of the Cabinet from this state.
Others insist that he has been a judge for twenty
years, and that he would prefer to wait until
there is u vacancy on the Supreme Court bench
and take that.
Prohibition Looked for in Missouri.
TUX LKMOCBAT8 WILL OET EVEN WITH THE
SALOON MEN.
A special to the New York Tribune from St.
Louis, November 9, says: A political revolu
tion in Missouri is among the probabilities in
the next six months. The leaders of the demo
cratic party in the state have been investigat
ing the causes that buried the party in St.
Louis on Tuesday, and have reached the con
clusion that the saloon men defeated Mayor
Francis and the entire local ticket. As the
democrats have twice saved the saloon and
brewing interests of the state from the wrath
of the rural "dry" democrats and republicans,
the "knifing" on Tuesday is put down as the
basest treachery. The sentiment of the domi
nant party of the state is now voiced by the re
publicans. It has opened war on the saloons
and at the coming session of the legislature the
prohibition amendment will be submitted, and
there is no question about the result. The
state will follow Iowa and Kansas. The demo
crats propose to get even, and they hold the
winning hand. The majority of the party in
the state are prohibitionists and a majority of
the republicans believe in the tame doctrine.
Fifty-four of the 114 counties in the state are
now'controlled by the "dry" clement.
A New Danger to School Girls.
"The German doctors," says the St. James
Gazette, "profess to have discovered a new
danger. They assert that the custom of carry
ing portfolios to school has a tendency to dis
tort the figures of young girls between the ages
of eleven and fourteen. Parents are exhorted
to provide wallets for their young daughters,
which can be carried like knapsacks on the
back. In manv parts of Germany this equip
ment is already in use; and to the unaccus
tomed eve of the stranger nothing is more comic
than suddenly to come upon a crowd of little
girls trooping out of school, each provided with
a knapsack for the march. The next funniest
thing to be seen among school children on the
Continent is the long pipe or the bilious cigar
ette of the diminutive Dutch boy."
Mrs. Rawbos's Divorce.?When Judge Shep
herd in Chicago Thursday afternoon called up
the application of Mrs. Meckie L. Rawson for a
decree of divorce from her husband, the
banker Stephen Rawson. it was found that the
case was to go by default, the defendant failing
to appear. This seems to have been the result
of an agreement between the litigants, by
which it is snid that Mrs. Rawson was to receive
$70,000. and that the husband was not to defend
an action for divorce on the ground of deser
tion. The case has attracted much attention
owing to the prominence of the persons in
terested. the extraordinary allegations made on
both sides, and also because Mrs. Rawson tried
to shoot her husband's attorney.
Ex-Senator Ferrt in the Mud.?Ex-United
States Senator Thomas W. Ferry, while return
ing to his home in Grand Haven, Mich., last
Monday night, from the adjoining village of
Spring Lake, where he had been making a po
litical speech, had a narrow escape from a
fatal accident. His horse walked off the road,
which runs part of the way through a heavy
marsh, and carriage, horse, and driver were
tumbled into it. Mr. Ferry found himself
partly buried under the horse and up to his
chin in i^ud and water. After hard work, feel
ing at one time that his last moment had come,
he succeeded in extricating himself, bnt in a
completely exhausted condition. It took three
hours for the help that was summoned to get
the horse out of the mire.
As Actress Stabbed oh thx Stao*.?There
was an incident in the production of "Only a
Farmer's Daughter" at the Temple Opera
House. Elisabeth, N. J., on Thursday night,
which nearly turned the drama into a tragedy.
It occurred in a scene in the fourth act. Blanche
Cnrtisse, who played the role of an adventur
ess, and Ernest Winter, who assumed the char
acter of Harold Lenox, have a quarrel which re
sults in the adventuress being stabbed in the
back. The stage wss dark. After the curtain
fell the scene-shifters noticed that Miss Cur
tisse did not rise, and, going to her, found her
partially fainting and moaning with jpain. She
was carried to her dressing-room, where it was
found that the blade of the dagger had eat
through her clothing and penetrated the flesh.
A physioian was hastily summoned and the
wound was dressed. Although a painful om, it
is not thonght to ha dangerous.
Known to the Family.?Burrowsmith?"Now,
Buttons, give these towers to the youngest
Miss Pretubel?remember, the youngest Miss
PrettibeL" Buttons (promptly)?"Oh, yes, strl
I know?tLe ose they tease abort you."?Bur
pir'i Jkuar.
She had been hanging around the library for
some time, bat seemed timid about going op
to the desk and making known her wants.
Finally, when the room was cleared of anpU
e&nta for a moment. sidled no and whisp
ered to the librarian: "By! l?ve you got
'Pope's Essay om ManV ^?Jhtrlmgtot, Firm
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business. <8 to #17 wr vnl QUI
Monday Room I, upstairs, 029 F *V
\BTANTKD?FOPS FIRST-CLASS CARPENTERS
? t at once. i Applr MCCARTHY A BALDWIN. Boom
24. Kellogg Building, F at, between 14th and f 5thl*
WANTED?WOMEN OOOKS,$10 TO $40; MAIDS,
W ait ress,N uraea. Laundress, Man Caterer, Drivers,
Waiter*. Man Cooks and Kitchen help, Fanu and Dairy
Men. DICK'S AGENCY, 013 7th st n.w. 1?
AIT ANTKD?WOMEN OOOKB, 910 TO $40; CHAM
T T bermaids. Nuraaa and L?undressas in city or
sway; Waiters. Drivers or Farm Handa; Uolondaes
Cooks. SAM'L A. COOMB8,926 F at n.w. If
%JO ANTED?TWO LIVE AMD EXPERIENCED
" Canvassers for a first-class life insurance com
pany . liberal commissions. Call at Room 74, Atlantic
Building. F at. between 4 and 5 p.m. nl0-eo3t
W" ANTED-A CANVASSER FOB TBI BEST OAS
governor in the United Ststes; muatbe tanilliar
with governors,, CaU at Room 74, Atlantic Building,
between 4 and 5 p.m. nl0-eo3t
WANTKD^A RESPECTABLE WHITE OIBL FOB
general housework in a aiuall family. Apply at
1105 sat n.w. It*
WANTED - A YOUNG MAN THAT UNDEB
stands something about hatting at J. A. HOOVER,
SI 1 Hat. n.w. It*
ANTED?A OOOK?MUST BB EXPERIENCED
Referencea required. Apply 1413 K at n.w. It*
ANTED-A NEAT RESPECTABLE GIRL TO
cook, waah and iron; mum bring good city refer
Apply 1013'lTtb at n.w. It*
\y
W
W'ANTED-TWO NO. 1 BTAIRBUILDEL8 AT 511
IT K at n.w. S. L CBIDER. It*
WANTED?40 CHILDREN., OIBLS AND BOYS.
Apply at stags door, Alb* ugh* Opera Houae,
Monday at 10 o'clock. It
VXTAN'TKD?AN HONEST WHITE BOY,
Tl tween fourteen and sixteen yeara old. Call Mon
day at JULIUS ROSEN} HAL'S, 932 F at. n.w. It*
W ANTED-A GOOD BUSINESS MAN TO TAKB
charge of office where the receipt* will be from
$1,000 to $2,000 per mouth. Salary, $100 per month.
Mint have $1,500,which will be well secured. Address
CASH, Star office. It*
WANTED- A FIB8T-CLA8S WHITE NURSE,
pleaae call Monday a. m. at 1523 P at.
It* JOHN F. BROWN.
\LTANTBD-A COLORED MAN WHO UNDER
" stands working in a restaurant at SULLIVaN'Si
1305 E at It*
WANTED?5 TYPEWRITER OPERATORS, SPEED
" 40 word* per minute. Call after 9:30 Room 57,
Atlantic Building.
WAN1 ED-WOMAN TO COOK, WASH AMD IRON;
"i um.1t Htay at night Apply, with reference*. at
1000 13th at. nl0-2t*
\Vr ANTED?FIR8T-CLA88 CABINET MAKER AT
WOODRUFFS File-Holder Mfy., 087 and 039
Mui ave. n.w. It*
TXT ANTED?DUNDOBE'S EMPLOYMENT BU
11 reau, conducted by lsdies, men and woman, whit*
and colored, for ail kinda of domeatic labor, for Diatrict
and states, with references. 717 M at. n. w. ae29-7w*
"\XTANTED?A DRESSMAKER COMPETENT TO
tt cut and fit, to do several weeks' sewing in a pri
vate family; inunt bring aewlng machine. Address
MACHINE, Star office. n9-2t*
W A N T ED?LADIES TO KNOW THEY CAN HAVE
v " dreaaea cut fit or made at reaaonable price; pat
tern* cut by measure; cutting done at reaidence If
preferred. 509 11th at. n w., 2d floor. n9-St*
WANTED?AN OFFICE BOY (WHITE); MUST BE
bright; $2 per week. Addreaa in own handwrit
ing A. B. C., Star office. oc9-3t
EN ERG Y, Star office. nO-rt*
WANTED-A PERSON TO MANAGE OUB BUST
11 neaa in Baltimore. Over $2,600 worth (whole
sale) stock in party's handa; aa partial security, $ 1,500
deposit required. Parties who cannot meet require
ment need not apply. Addreaa Box 110, Star office.
n9-2t*
W^'TED-BY the LOOMIS NATIONAL LI
" brary Association solicitors. Ladies
men. Apply Room 10S, Leninau Building.
brary Association solicitors. Ladies or gentle
. Apply Room 108, Lenman Building. n9-2t*
WANTED-THE SERVICES OF A MAN WHO
thoroughly understands the prosecution of i>en
sion claims. Address Box 113, Star office. nS-3t*
w
'ANTED - AN APPRENTICE IN A DRUG
store; one of some experience preferred. Apt
500 9th at. n. w. n8-3V
xmr AN TED-GOOD COOK. APPLY AT FAMILY
V* SHOE STORE, 310 7th st. n.w. nS-3t_
Wanted?an experienced man of abil
lty to take orders for sui*rlor new medical work
Just issued? Ulieral terms and good chance to suitable
party. Address Box 79, Star office. nH-3t*
W ANTED?TWO BRIGHT LADS TO WORK AS
?v coat boys in hotel. Addreaa, giving references,
COAT BOYS, Star office. nS-eo2t*
GESUCHT - EINE FAMILIE OHNE KINDER
wueom ht eln Deutaelies Maedchen fuer Haus
arbeit. Antworte unter Chifre, C. X. V., Star office.
? IM? M
VVTANTED - LEAHNERS FOR PROF. CHRI8T
11 NER'S New International Tailor System of Dress
and Garment Cutting with any Inch rule and tape
meaaure alone. Patterns and materials cut and basted
or made, and the syatern taught by Mine. S. J. MES
SER, 1303 U st n.w. n3-lm*
WANTED-THE MERCHANTS' INSURANCE
T? COMPANY, of Newark. N. J., insures dwellings,
stores, furniture, and merchandise at lowest rates con
sistent with safety. Having accepted the agency of the
company I respectfully aak a share of your patronage.
JOHN O. JOHNSON. 928 F St. (first ficwr!)
Telephone No. 854. n3-sSt*_
TANTED^WE"WI8H TO EMPLOY A HELD
' able Man in your city; no experience required:
permanent position tor three years; salary increased
each year: light, easy, genteel business; money ad
vanced for salary, advertialng, he. Largest manufac
turers in our line; encloae 2-cent stamp. No postals.
CENTENNIAL M'F^G 00, Cincinnati, Ohio. c3-w*s3m
ANTED-MAN TO TAKE THE AGENCY OF OUR
sales, size 28x18x18 inches; weight oOO lbs.;
retail price, $35; other sizes in proportion. A rare
chance and permanent business.. These safes meet a
demand never before supplied by other safe comtianies,
aa we are not governed by the safe pool. ALPINE
SAFE CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. aoS-ahwOm
w
^WANTED?SITUATIONS.^
WANTED-TYPEWRITING by AY EXPERIEN
11 ced operator. Call or addreaa Room 2,1304 F st
n.w. nlO-2t*
WANTF.D^APLACEAfi A FiRLT-CLASS COOlT:
good references. Call at 30DINGMAN PLACE
n.w. It*
ANTED?SITUATIONS FOB 1,000 KXN AND
women aa cooks, waiters, maids, nurses, driver*,
housemen, scullions, dishwasher*, seamstresses, he.
(All help selected; no tramps.) F. M. BURNHAM,
030-032 F st n.w, nlO-flt*
WANTED-BY A RKSPECTABLE COLORED Wo
man order* for washing to do at home or will go
out and do it; good references if required. Call 200
17th st s. e. It*
w;
\1T ANTED?GO TO DICK'S AGENCY FOB COOKS,
TT Laundress, House Girls, Maids, Nurses, Seam
stress, Butlers, Coachmen, alter* and Kitchen help.
All have city reference. 013 7th st n.w. It*
ANTED-AT HEAIMJL'ARTERS - POSITIONS
for Cooks, Chambermaid, Waitress, Laundress, and
Nurses, Seamstress, Men Waiters, Cooks, Coachmen,
Butlers. SAM'L A. COOMBS, 920 F St. n.w. lt*_
WANTED-BY A GERMAN GOVERNESS, A SITCf
stlon to teach music, German and English, and
take motherly care of children. Ex|<erieuceaand good
relerencea. Addreaa Miss D, Star office. nl0-2t*
WANTED-BY A LADY OF EXPERIENCeTsItI |
nation aa teacher in a school, private family, or
companion and amanuensis for elderly lady or inva
lid or reader. References. Addreaa R. T. E., Star of
fice. nllKlt*
WANT ED-EMPLOYMENT IN WHITE OB COL
ored establishment button-holes and hand-work
a si>ecialty. also upright piano for keep and occasional
Uas. Addreaa C'AltLEL'L, Star office. nl0-3t*
W- ANTED-A*SITUATION BY A RESPECTABLE
white girl, either aa chambermaid or dining room
waitress; city references given. Call 1719 13tli st
n.w. It*
WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED WHITE WO
man with one child two year* old. situation to
cook and do general housework: wages no object;
country prelernM. Call 1719 13th st. n. w. It*
WANTED-A SITUATION AS WAITER IN PRI
vate family or porter in a store; can iurniah best
ol reference from last employer. Call or address
ICES I M ItEESE, 1108 20th st. n.w., city._ nl0-2t*
WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED BUSINESS
man, employment daily, lruin 8 to 12. Good ac
countant, penman, and saleaiuan. Small salary. Box
30, Star office. nlO-3f
ANTED-BYA NEAT WHITE WOMAN, ASIT
uatiou as forking housekeetwr in a small family:
no washing; rood cook. Best relereuce from last em
ployment lMeaae addreaa Box 83, Star office. It*
WANTED BY~AN EXPERIENCED DREHSMA
ker, sewing in families by the day, or would take
work at home. Altering and remodeliug a specialty.
References given. Addreaa Box 118, Star offlce.ulO-2*
WANTED-BY A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT
Lady a Situation aa housekeeper in a family. Ad
dress Mr*. J. H. C., Star office. It*
WANTED-BY A RELIABLE COLORED GIRL~A
sltuaiiou as cook or chambermaid; can furnish
good refereucea.
n9-2t* Address 17303i L at n.w.
"\17 ANTED?BY A GERMAN GIRL, TWENTY-ONE
11 veara old, si?aking passable English, Place aa
chambermaid and plalu sewing, in a small refined fam
ily . has the beat of recommendations. Address
MARI A. Star office. n9-2t*
WANTED-BY A COMPETENT COLORED MAN,
a position aa sick nurse or gentleman's body ser
vant. Can give recommendation. Addreaa J. B, 233
3d at s. w. n9-2t*
w
WANTED-BY A MAN AND WIFE PLACES;
woman as chambermaid and waitress, and
aa first-class waiter; good referencea from last em
ployer. Call or address 421 Wsshington st n8-3t*
\*rANTED?BY"a GRADUATE oF PHARMACY A
v v Position in s drug store; has had over aix years'
exi>erience: best of references furnished. Address
'?Druggist,'' Star office. nS-3t*
Vf
ANTED-A SITUATION A8 KITCHEN GAB
deuer and care of a small farm or gentleman*s
grounds. Addreaa Letter Box 300; go<>d reference
given: Georgetown Station, Weat Washington, D. C.
n7-*w
\*7 ANTED-JOHN F. BROWN 18 NOW LOCATED
"'?tl52J P st n.w., where he is prepared to fur
nish families with rood, honest, and reliable servants,
55?. I1 Jr. notice. Also, firat-clasa servants
will And it to their advantage to call early and secure
good, permanent nomea. 1523 Fata. w. ocl7-lm
WANTED?HOUSES.
WANTED?flOOMS.
WANTED-FOB THE VIJITU BT MARRIED
couple < do children! 2 nalnly furnialaed rooms
for light househeeping; musttabet. 13 th Ml 17lh,
MlMTttiiLiii. Ar
21LaIay?tte Square.
W ANTED?PERSONS HA VINO ROOMS
YY rant to Mil as us, we have many
them. Those wanting rooms can see L
RENTING AGENCY. 012 9th st. n.w.
\*T ANTED-BT TWO ADULTS THREE OB FOUE
T1 unfurnished Rooms, with closets: beat sod gas;
for light houssksepiug: bet. East Capitol and 0 and
NewJarsey sva. and , th st. n.e. lloMstn.*. It*
ANTED ? ROOMS - BEQUE8TS FOE DE8IB
able rooms are becoming more freqaeat rrery
day. Place your rooms with us if you want Immediate
tenants. R. P. HUTCHIN8 k CO., Room Rentera,
1321 F at n.w. nl0-3t
E7 "Headquarters" for desirable rooms. OaU for new
bulletin. Ho charge whatever. R P. HTTTCHIN8 k
CO.. Room Ranters and Real Estate Agents, 1321 F
st. n.w. nlO-3t
WAN TED-BY A GENTLEMAN, A BMALL FDR
nishad room In an accessible neighborhood, where
quiet and privacy are assured, utoss R U? 8tar
office.
VV ANTED?BY MAN AND WIFE, TWO OR THREE
Y T furnished or rartly famished rooms, with or
witltout board, or a flat of four ruoma. Address
HASTE, Star office. n9-3t*_
W ANTED-BY MAN AND WIFE, FOB LIGHT
11 housekeeping, two Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished, with ma, heat, and bath. Address, stating
price and d<n i iT^pa fully, Box 38, Star offioa. n9-2t*
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
r ANTED?A YOUNG, CONGENIAL COUPLE
without children, or two suitable young ladles, to
..a *in*. ?,.t?? uvwl /w\aai ViAmn with t*AllT1BF iVtll?
strict references. Addross lSra^ST.
ANTED?A HORSE FOB HIS KEEPING Tfij
winter. lltfht work; best of cars. Address DANE
k DANE, Care Soldiers' Homa. nlO-.lt*
WANTED^ BY A FIR8T-CLA88 LAUNDRESS
11 washing to do at home.
I Address
n9-2t* 1730K L at n.w.
"XXX ANTED?A GOOD DRIVING HOR8E FOR THE
YY winter for his keep; light use: best care. H.
PAGE. 1515 H st. n#-3t_
I XX7 ANTED-KLEIN'8 ATLAS OF HISTOLOGY.
Y Y either bound or unbound. Address 028 E at. n.w.
I nS-St*
WANTED-TO PURCHASE FOR CASH A OOB
ner 8tore or corner Lot. in good locality north
weat or northeast: lot uot leaa than 2UxJOOo?loO;
price from $1,00<J to $3,500. Adflraaa X Wg Star
VET"ANTED ? TO PURCHASE A MlDf~ROUTE
YY Address, giving particulars, W. A. M., M Dst
u.w. n8-3t*_
WANTED ? SEVERAL HOMES TOFEED THIS
Winter. Inqul? of W. E. CLARE, 926 La. avs.
??"-St4
ANTED-8TEN0GRAPHY AND TYTE-WRIT
in* rapidly aud accurately done at 507 4 th ?t. n.
no-lw*
W
\XTANTED - HORSES WINTERED - BEST OF
YY care, with two feeds of grain and hay dally. Tanna
98 per month. Horses called for. Bast of city refer
ences R. L. SAUNDERS, Cabin John, Montgomery
Co., Md., or Room 101 Corcoran Building, oojw-lm
W ANTED?ELECTRIC STEAM LAUNDRY, 1007
E st. n.w? CHA8. T. NUTZE, Proprietor; flrat
clsss work; s share of your patronage solicited.
oclH-lm
\XrANTED~BTEAM CARPET CLEANING AND
Y Y Renovstlng Works: Feathera Renovated, Mat
treasss Made Over, Furniture Steamed, and Moths De
stroyed. F. H. YOUNG8, Office 1402 A aye.. Factory
oor. oth and K ate. a. a. Telephone old-2 or 1008-3.
apll-8m
"VIK' AXTED?WELL8 DUG. BOBED, AND DRrVEE;
YY pumps, wind-mills. tan)u ^ ktoda: wellma
terial furnished snd repaired H. MOFFAT,
ocll-lm* 108 8th st. n.e., or Bladenabtu*. Md.
\J|7 AN TED?EVERYBODY SUFFERING FROM
Y Y Smoky Chimneys to know that I guarantee to
cure them or no pay required; Rang^ rurnacea. and
Latrobes made tohaat or no pay. W. E. DAN TE,1413
17th st. n.w. oo3-2m*
WANTED?TET OUR BUTTERINE AT SO CENTS
per pound; don't get strong or rancid; kaepa bet
ter than butter. eatisfaction assured or money re
funded ; stalls 328, 329 and 330 (etalla are decorated)
Center Market, opposite Golden's hah stalls: open
daily till 12:30; Saturdays all day;alao 461 G at n w.;
' Telephone, 043-2 or 96-5.^WM. ^C.
WANTED-HOBSES TO EEEP; BOX~ STALLS;
personal attention to care of horses. Order box
at Price's Stable. 311 6th St. u.w. Farm ou 7th st.
road, eight mile* from city. O. H. P. CLARE. Sllgo,
Md. oc20-lm
MEN
trou
VITANTED?ELECTRICITY IN NERVOUS, \
11 tal and Spinal Disease, Ovarian and Uterine i
bles, Paralysis, Sciatica, Chorea. Stricturea, etc. Haira
removed. Electricity applied through clothing. Dr.
L 8. NICHOMON, 004 12th st. n. w.. oor. F. Jy 17-4m*
W~ ANTED-FOR CASH- FURNITURE, FEATHER
Beds. Carpete, Stoves, or Entire Houashold
Effects. Address
oc27 Auur?? H. BAUM, 219 7th st. a.w.
WANTED IT ENOWN
That W. W. Moffett, 1213 F at. n.w., la
Commissioner of Deeds
ee24-3m for every State and Territory.
WANTED?GOOD SECOND-HAND CLOTHING,
guns, revolver*, old gold and ailver, for which
higheat caah prices will be paid. Call or address
LASKEY'S Loan Office, 201 Penn. avs., corner 2d st.
n.w.? my'J8_
?T ANTED?IT ENOWN THAT FRESH ALDER
f ney Butter is churned averr morning and de
livered in ? lb. "Ward" prints, 4<fcAper lb. Alao Cot
tage Cheese and Buttermilk. Sweet Milk 5c. per quart.
myS
BUSINESS CHANCES.
A N INVESTMENT FOR LADIES.?LADIE8
A. having money at lutereet bringing them less than
25 per cent ahould examine our investments. Land la
the basis of all wealth. Parties who have dealt with
us have made from 50 to 300 i>er cent in a few mouths.
Call day or evening. SOUTHERN LAND ASSOCIA
TION, 823 Pennsylvania ave. n!0-3t?
k-A GENTLEMAN DESIRES TO BORROW
J this amount for thirty
deposited and $35 paid for the
(StOik<k-AGENTLEMAN DESIRES TO BORROW
this amount for thirty days; ample security
deposited snd >35 paid for the accommodation. Ad
dress FLETCHER, Star office. n!0-2t*
TETANTED?TO INVEST $100,000 IN WASHING
Y Y ton real estate Owners havintr houses and lota
to sell valued from (2,000 to tlO,000 will please ad
dress CONFIDENCE, Star office. n!0-3t
0^8ALE?GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE,
with sample room, including fixtures and stock in
trade. a bargain if sold at once. Apply to 1425 New
York ave., Room '.408. 1^ _
OR SALE-BARGAIN. A BOOEBINDEBY ON
easy terms; for particulars address BOOEBINDER,
Star offioa.
FOR SALE-AN E8TARIJSHF.D JOB PRINTINO
office; power In the ssme building: worth fLOOO;
price, #S60. Address for one weak "ELECTRO,"
Star office. lf_
17VJR THREE YEARS. AT 6 PER CENT?82,000.
. Amply secured ou real estate. No commissions.
Box 88, Star office.^ n9-3t
<?1?UR, FOUR, FOUR MONTHS MORE "
f Wanted-(300 for four moutha. Commlasion
of four per centum paid therefor. Address PH. B.,
SUr office. oc8-3t*
For sale ? a corner store?good will
... ' '
and fixtures; groceriea. hardware, paints, oils,
...itions, Ac.; long established. Retirement of owner
cause for dlspossl. 1201 4H st. s.w^ oc24-lm
IN VESTMENTS"^OMAHA FIRST MORTGAGE
Bonds, pay 6 l>er cent, and are guaranteed by the
Company: Interest and Principal paid by the Chemical
National Bank, New York, constantly on hand in all
sums. M. M. PARKER, Washington Agent, 1418 F at.
oclO-lm y
[COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
FiRSALE?OR EXCHANGE FORWA8HING
ton or Baltimore city property; a valuable farm
of 500 acres: 18 miles from Waahington. SAM'L.
BEALMEAR. 310 St. Paul at., Baltimore, Md. nl0-3t*
TTiOR SALE?AT ROCKVILLE HOUSES 7 TO 18
X1 rooms; grass, grain, dairy, poultry and stock
farms; 3 acres to 400; near atations. COOKE D.
LUCKfeTT, 935 F at. After 12, at Rockville. nl0-2w*
-OOR SALE?40 ACRES OF LAND, H MILE FROM
I Beuning'a, D. C.; Hue water, splendid farm, small
dwellingTFor particulars addressMARION DUCKETT,
TrusK e and 4ttorney-at-Law, Bladenaburg, Md. n9-3m
TF YOU WANT TO BUY, RENT, EXCHANGE^R
1 sell farms or lands In any Istate. call or address Mc
LACHLEN, BATCHELDER ACO?l215F sUn.w.n8-3t
FOR SALE?40 ACRE8 OF BEAUTIFUL LAND; 7
room house, fine shade trees, some fruit, excellent
water, all necessary out buildings, healthy location,
and good water; 3k miles from Washington; price,
?5,500. Terms: #100 down, bal. in monthly pay
ments of $40 each. Also 30 acres, email house, good
water. 3milesfrom
bal. in 1,2, and 3 ya
F st. n.w. ?>8*8t
>R BALE?59 ACRES OF. FINE LAND. ALL
m. iimed: six-room house: outbuildings: good water;
large young orchard: half mile from Dickerson Bta
large young orchard; hall mile from mckerson sta
tion- Metropolitan Branch; $1,750. OOOEE D.
LUdEETT, 935 F. after 12, at Rockville. n2-2w*
Fir RENT-AT WATERFORD, LOUDOUN CO.,
Va_ a large new store and dwelling, one of the beat
stsndstn the state for ageneral store. Apply to DR.
GEO E OONNELL, at Waterford, or to the owner, W
B. ROOBE, 1233 Penn. avs., Washington. D. C. o27-ln
TTHJR SALE?MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED FARMS
r* AND SMALL COUNTRY HOMES, ranging from
one to five hundred acres, within from one to twent
miles of Waahington; cheap and on easy terms.
ocl3-lm T. to. SYPHERD kOO.. 1321 Fat
acres* aweuinjr ana uuprovemeuts; three-fourths
cleared and in cultlration. Alao 12 acres at Wllaon at.,
B kP R. R. eight miles from city. Beautiful tutUE
DUCJurlxU,~
F^e.Md^uJer1^08'
UtaiSTteroS1to^rch^m^^s than one lot or to
PERSONAL.
PAHgI
~k~aiNTIEMAN OWNING A FARM
\ hkad wtehaa the acqmaistenoe e< nfaa
ATTORNEYS.
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
TX>R BENT-TWO ROOMS. 8EOOND FLOOR
Jr front, for light bouwkw|4D(. lnqoliw at 1530
12th at. n.w. _ ?l?SF
JfOm BENT?AT A MODSBATB PRICE, NICELY
" furniahed Room on moui floor. new brtak bonaa,
I?(W H it nctaMri. If
IA?R RENT?A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
r Ki?a; luutlMn expoaure. third (uor.oM frM?;
and every convenience. nioely located oa H. bttna
lKth and 18th eta; private fatally; far
only. Addreaa X-. Star office. clO^Jf
Fwr rtNT ?Three room on record
flour, with |M, hot udbath: would ml teget tier
or aeparate. terms moderate, 1617 1 Oth It. n.w. It*
F| >R RENT-TWO LABGE HEOOKD-BTORY
Rooma. unfurnlahed. for light b< >uaekeeplng. or
two auwle furnished Rooma for gentlemen. im, bath,
heat. 605 Ntvlewy in nw. _ nlO-Sf
BENT?FRONT ROOM. FURNISHED OR
unfuraiabed, to oat or two gentlemen. 1003 lat
at. u.w., near Government Printing Office and Penates
Office. It*
Fhhor rent-two roomr, oommunigatino,
on aecond floor, one furnished and one unfurnlahed,
or will fumiah both. UK 13th at. U.W. alQ-*f
UOB BENT?298 PA. AVE. S.E.ONE FLAT. FOUB
r Rooma, ail mod. taupe. Bant lis. Inquire 403
<th itn.w, n!0-8t
FOB BENT?UNFURNISHED?TWO OOMMUNI
catlng rooma; bay-window front. in private family:
no children, refersocea riven and required; atao iwa
brick atable. 61- 3d at nw. nlO-St*
SM R RENT?UNFURNISHED BOOMS?SECOND
oor; two large, one hall, for (ent and wife, or two
?. houae nearly new new paper, bay wtndoera,
large cloaeta. north front, Cater*r? near, with raa,
baih and heat. $18 id advance. referencea required.
2010 11 at. n.w. If
F)E RENT?1014 12TB ST. M. W, LABOR, wrll
heated, handsomely furniahed room, on aegona
| Moor.Binary ptoaaagthoaaa. goodboard. nl0-3**
FB*OR BENT?SUITS OF S FURNISHED BOOMS
and private hath, 2d floor: aunny tuvaun. board
aa laatred, private family, refereooae. 812 18th at.
nl0-3f
RENT?1115 I ST. N. W? HANDBOMELY
rnlahed parlora, an auite, and two lam bed
rooma: aoutharn expoaure. nI0-3t_
*K?OB RENT?IN VICINITY OF SOOTT CIRCLE.
J7 with private family of two, handsome Parlor ana
Ded-room on aecond floor; newly furnished; new
bullae, everything price, $30. 141? lTth
at. n.v. nl0-3t
TX>R RENT-TWO OB THREE BOOMS ON SBC
.T ond floor: furnlahed or unfurnlahed, in rood lo
cality ; near Oapitol. 404 N. J ave. a.a. nl0-3t*
F^)B RENT-THREE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping, aultable for married couple: con
venient location; cara paaa the dour, terma $15 per
month In advance. Apply at 1806 11th at. n.w.
ill 0-31*
Fob bent-furnished ob unfurnished
rooma near the Oapltol. 118 Cat a. a. nl0-3t*
]X>B RENT?1215 M ST. N.W.. TWO NICELY
. furnlahed t-ommunicaUng Rooma on aeoond floor;
will rant en aulte or single j yen tie men preferred.
nl0-2t*
YMR RENT?HYGIENIC ROOMS, WITH BOARD,
r utf at . near Panalon Office, from $6to 610 par
weak. Addreaa Mra. C. A. P., Star offioa. It*
F)B BENT-TWO "NEWLY PAPERED OOMMU
nlaatinr front Booma on aecoiid floor; heat and
| gaa, bath, hot and cold, on aauie floor; f 13. Alao, fur
nmhed Rooma, with or without boat J;ov H at. n.w.lt*
P)B RENT - LARUE, NICELY FURNISHED
front Room, aoutharn expoaure. 800 10th ?^n.
)B RENT?813 F ST. N. W, furnished OB
^un^irniahed Booma, in a email private family.
TX)R RENT?1750 X IT. N.W, FOUB DOORS
X eaat oi Connecticut ave., pretty, newly-fun.iabod
Rooma and fir?t-cla?a table board; houae heaved by
furnace and open Area, reference exchanged. nl0-2t*
MEI KKNT-2 UNFURNISHED COMMUNICAT
Ing rooma on aaoond floor; alao 2 ulcelv furnlahed
rooma; in (food location: convenient to eeverai llnee of
?treat oara. Inquire at 437 l at. n.w. It*
FJR RENT-BEAUTIFUL ROOMS, SINGLE OR EN
aulte, In private family; furnlahed. laiya double
comer houae, aouth and eaat frunt. open ftre-vlacea
in every room. Beferenoee required. 1101 E u.w.
oc20-4w*
FOB BENT?610 81ST ST. N.W., NEWLY FUR
niahed aecond-atory front Room, with bay window;
private family. nl0-3t*
F)R RENT?HANDSOME FURNISHED BOOMS,
?ingle or en aulte, with or without board. Apply
1412 I^at., oppoalte Mexican miniater'a. nl0-3t*
FORHENT-TWO CONNECTING ROOMS; SEC:
ond floor; aouthern expoaure; lave and comfort
able, aiiurle or an aulte. The aame on third floor Alao,
arualler Rooma. 1S0? I at. n.w. nl0-6t*
FOR RENT?ROOMS?1723H ST. N.W.; IN THE
Immediate neirhborbood of Metruiiolitan Club, 2
deliyfatful ?ultea, with (rate Area ami aoutharn ex
poaure ; beautifully furnlahed rooma. nl0-3t*
1?OR RENT?HANDSOMELY furnished BOOM8;
i alngle or en aulte; open Area and furnace beat; alao
two baaament rooma; have been occupied by promineut
pbyalcian for year paat. good chance for a doctor. 612
14th at. n.w., near F rt. nl0-3t*
F)R RENT-U NFI RN ISHED-A*LABGE FRONT
room; fta and bath; alao hall bad room: beautiful
view of the Penaion Office Gruuiula, rant raaaonable.
413 O at. n.w., opp. Panalon Office It*
For" rent-in small private ' family,
laiga handaome Rooma, aingle or an aulte. large
cloaeta, every convenience, home comforta, delightful
location. Call from 1 to 7 p.m. at 1303 y at. a.w. it*
nl0-2t*
ptOR RENT - FOUR furnished OR UNFUR
J niahed rooma on flrat or aacund floor*. light and
beat, hot bath; rant raaaonable. oara paaa door. 811
4th at. n.w. It*
F3B RENT-ONE NICB FBONT-BOOM, ON
aocond floor, newly paperad; for ainrle gentleman
or gentleman and hia wife. nicely turniabed. Rent
moderate. Apply at 728 10th at. n.w. It*
For rent-a suite of three rooms on the
aaoond floor, communicating, unfurnlahed or |?rt
ly furnlahed; bath-room attached: modern conve
nience^; private family. 1304 R at. n.w. ulO-3t*
F)R RENT-NICELT furnished ROOMS,
?ingle or communicating, in new bay window
houae, with furnace heat and all couveuiencee
hall room for one, $7 per month. 72111th ?t. n w
nl0-3t*_
F>r rent - furnished or unfurnished
rooma with or without board, auitable for light
housekeeping; one ou flrat floor: alao aide-bar light
buggy for aaie cheap, at 1115 E at. n.w. It*
XJtOR RENT?ROOM S?A PARTY OF REFINEMENT
J? and cultivation, deairing the comforta of a nice,
quiet home, where there are no other roomer*, can
obtain auch by applying, with reference#, at 1524 Q
at. n.w. It*
FOR RENT?SUITE OF NICELY! FURNISHED
Rooma on aecond floor; furnace and grate beat.
Alao, furnished rooma on third floor with large cloaeta;
relerencee; 1534 I at n.w. nl0-3t*
FOR RENT?1304 L ST.. FURNISHED ROOMS
with board; no children; private family, alao, table
board; referencea required. nlO-3t*
For rent-two large handsome unfuil
niahed rooma: cloaeta in each. in new houae, heated
by furnace; near cara and berdics. tenus very moder
ate. Apply 1742 Corcoran at. n.w. nlO-2t*
FOR RENT?920 NEW YORE AVE. TWO NICELY
furniahed rooma. on first and aecond floors, aa par
lor and bed-room. well heated and lighted. northern
and aouthern expoaure: referencea required. no!0-3t*
JR RENT?NICELY FURNISHED BRIGHT AND
sunny rooms: register beat; 2d floor, $50 for two;
3d floor, $45, or $28 for one, with board. 1421 N st
n.w. nlO-2t*_
FOB BENT?BBIGHT. SUNNY AND HAND
somely furnlahed rooma on aecond and third floors;
single or en suite; near McPberson Square and
Arlington Hotel; board if deal red. Inquire 1014 15 th
at. n.w. nl0-3t*
IJOB BENT?AT 013 NEW TOBK AVE., NICELY
X furniohed rooma; central location; rent moderate.
nl0-3t*
X?OB RENT?SOUTH FRONT, 2D FLOOR. TWO
J7 larva communicating rooma, an auiteor aiugly, fur
nished or unfurnished; perfect order; caterer or light
housekeeping; references. 221 E at n. w. It*
FOB RENT?406 2D ST. N. W? PLEASANT,
large front room furniahed; raferencea. nl0-3t*
P- )BBENT?handsomely FURNISHED BOOini
en aulte or alngie; houae pleasantly located, near
club houaea and hotels; convenient to cara and herdics:
private family. Referencea. 1110 lBth at. n.w. n8-3t*
Fob bent-two ob mobe gentlemen cam
find delightful rooma with amall private family in
the north weat, board if deaired. Addreaa COMFORT,
Star office. uW-.1t*
Fob- bent-two unfurnished booms;
aultable for light housekeeping, gaa and beat. near
cara. 2012 Kth at n.w. no8-3t*_
FOHTRENT?TWO DESIR A rle OOMMUNICAT1
lug Booma. single or en aulte, with every conve
nience; southern expoaure; berdica paaa the door;
with board; referenoee exchanged. 1333Latn.w.
nB-3t*
Fm
fOR ben'
TJHJR RENT-NEWLY and ELEGANTLY fur
J? niahed apartmenta, en aulte or alngie, with or
without board. 1502 H at. n.w^ next to Wonnley'a
Houae; references. nM-3t*
r<OB BENT?FUBNI8HED OB FABTLT fur
X niahed, two pleasant communicating rodma, aecond
floor (sitting or sleeping room): rent moderate; no ob
Jectlonto prepare breakfaat. 716 12th at u.w. n8-2t*
KB BENT ? TO GENTLEMEN - BOOM ON
Kxnd floor, $20: third floor, $10; furniahed .beat
and gaa; private family. 715 12th rt. a.w. n8-3t*
IJOB BENT?700 I ST. N. W- NICELY FUB
X niahed front Rooma, aecond and third floors; small
private family: aultable lor g???m? or lacbea; mod
em Improve men ta. n8-3f_
TJtOR RENT?furnished AND UNFURNISHED
MS rooma, alngiy or in flata of three communicating,
on flrat, aecond or third fluora. at 326 4X at n.w, near
Dr. Sunderland'a Church. ?Hf
TTOR BENT-TWO BEAUTIFUL LARGE UNFUB
JO niahed rooma; alao one small one; aultable for
cluba or private family, at 111? G at. a.w. iH-3t*
, BBNT?S0$M 13TH ST. N.W, FURJH8HED
'?* en suite; heat, gaa; private bath;
n8-Jt*
B BENT?FOUR unfurnished BOOMS ON
aeoond floor. Apply at 1628 11that. n.w. n?-3t*_
m BENT?FURNISHED BOOMS, WITH TABLE
14 per week; also table board $3 per week.
U-W. n9-3t*
i?i.'i ik.'iss.iza
oi
.at I
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
PIH RENT THIRD FLOOR. S?? lOTH ST M w
wttlilmlMdm Cheep lnqalma store n7-l*
FOR fcF.NT-OOR HTH NT AND MANN AVE ,1
larr*. mW) furnished rwm. with board southern
expoeure. Iriww ei h*ll$aA. ax or ei*ht table
boai^wrouawltwiL wlMw
RK RENT - NICK LARGE INFTRMSHED
???<. sltirle or en ?int. . beet o*. bath. >."t aud
ooU waMr. food location. msnnlnt to Mn*t car*.
l*w?? Omce aad other Government ofttM. ttS E
?tow n.Vlw* |
Fi|i)K mt-A VERY PLEASANT FRi'NT OFFICE
HrM; mxihJ floor, over 14IV New York itr
?tMiu heated; $1 5 par awatk R A PHILLIPS
? 1&-XV |
P)R RENT-IN A CORY. BTT1J8H HOI sf on
15th at. aide look* on M<(Vt*? Square anil K
I It.: pieaaant. sunny ruona, with huanl Address h i
|102. Star ufloa no.'>-'Jw"
R RENT-*11 ITORTB CAPITOL 8T, HANIV
' souiely turmshed rootua, en suite or aitirle or in
Aulpbur
. w ? ?J t.. 4
table boarder* taken. ?30-1 'flj
$vai t*>ar4
xtiSSa*
Fsj^jgw^ 11,0 ^ -
For rent?1140 conn" ave n w.. bkh.ht.
cheerful and well furnished front and hark nvnia,
with flrst-claaa board. table boarder* deaired Term*
tnoderate. referencee required. owM*
FOR RENT?FURNISHED ROOMS, " WITH OK
without Board, in a private house, term* reason
able aooomiuodatlon and far* home-like. taMe board
er* also. 4*.'4 Maaaaohneetts are. n. w. i:?t
FOR RENT?1M IOWA CIRCLE. THREE Ot?M-1
uiunioatln# rooms, with private bath. w?'oud fl'?'r.
and two I'ommumcatlnr moms, third floor, furtuahed.
thoae bavin* cbildran ur eervanta need not aprljf. ref
?rsnoes exchauared ocVT-l m
FOR RENT-A LARGE WELL-FURNISHED MO
oud-etory front room, with beat, cae. bath, and at
tendance . suitable for a gentleman or a frntlen.au and
wife, also other pieaaant rooms. 1112Hst u-W
o25-lm
FIR RENT NICELY FTRNI8HED ROOMS ON
second and third floors, with first-class table board,
| at 1410 N at. n w. oc2t>-lm*
IR RENT?ltltt~TftTH ST N W , HANDSOMELY I
furnished Parlor Suite. private l?Ui also Rooms
on second and third floors. table board. orl.V im
EiR RENT?1S07 H 8T. N.W.. HANDSOMELY
furtuahed Rooms on second and third floors, ?Ith
d. or 11-lm |
FOR RENT?STORES.
UOR RENT STORE AND DWELLING. 184:. 7TH
J/ st. n.w., $125 1-er month. House ?033 Wth at n w?
0 rooms, mod tint* . (It) per uiotith. Including water
rant. Inquire EDW. W. DoNN, 14*4 7th at. n.w.
nlO-3C
T?OR RENT-VERY LOW THE HANDSOME STORE
-T and dwelling ror. Nth and E sts. s a. CMA8. A.
8HIELDS, lOOO Fat n.w. nl0-.1t*
FOR RENT-A RCSINF-MS STAND ON new YOKE
are, between 14 th and 15th sta. n.w. Apply at
419 6th at. n. w? after 4 p.m. _nl>-2w*
FOR RENT- PLA I E<?LAS8FIUWTNRW STORE, I
80 feet deep. Iiaat buslueae location. all coowaiil
enoes rent very- low, only $40 per mo. 1C-M E at
1 ?.. near Pann. st* ??" ' ?
FOR RENT?OFFICES"
F,??.JlESI~V?RT DESIRABLE PI'RNISHED
. n?.at S^ORMbW^B^LE-Y. ?V'7rst n w
with rooms and atabla If required!* 40fo^
* n8-3t*
FOR KENT?HA1.LS.
1^NlHON'i'Rj
Hall. au.M)- :tm
FOR RENT?MISCELLANEOUS.!
F)R RENT-TWO NEW BRICK STABLER. EACH
rmtainln* three plain and one boa-stall, with
ample oarriaire room, ooarhman'a room modern llu
provemeuta. heat location to tba citjr- 8 tan ton alley,
rear of Hamilton Houae, bet. 13th and 14til ate Ap
ply at the Portland Urur Store. nH-6t*
For rent-stable in rear"of 14so n sf7.
two-atory brick, new. 4 a tail* room for 3 v
ngga ^ roacbnian'a roouv, lc , t'J^.50. M U l'AJt
P>R RENT - A KEW BRirrsTABI.E NEAR
Portland Flat*: 4 stalls and room for :t i'arriair>?.
cement floor, comfortable coaohmau's uuarter* . water
and aewer. Apply to GREEN * CL NNINUH AM. 14(13
Fat. notf-lm*
"tH>R RENT-STABLE. FIRST-OLAM IN EVERY
J rvaiwrt three atalla. ample aarnare room com -
fortabla quarters for v.whmaiw 1441 Rhode Island
ave. w nl-lm
FOR SA LE?LOTH J
For hale-t&c per rooT-3 eleoant biild
ln* lota, Wth at., between Eaat Capitol and South A
sts.. eaat side. Buy now before pncaa advance CHAS
A. SHIELDS, lOOfl F at. n w. nlO-3f
F>R SALE?LOTS ON 1ST 8 N W, ABOVE
Boundary, near the new Reaerrolr 25 to .10 cent*
a foot?one-fourth caah. balance ona. two and three
Tear*. Call for plata. A. L BARBER A CO , corner
8th and F sta. n.w. nlO-12t
IJOR SALE ECKINOTON LOTS?THE CH< HCEOF
theae baatiful lota. 50x00x100; virtually city
property, electric railway pastes lota. They are sold
with sidewalk, curb, aewer, water and electric lw-htlnir
facilities, aud the owner standa raady to build witii
any ona bnytnc two kit* and imprortnf one. a house
equally aa attractive All tlitnm conndered this la the ?
moat promising proi>erty oflered in cltv . buiMlmr lots ?
on the terms on which deairable claaa of pun haaern ran
secure It J. B. WIMER. 1318 Fat. nl0-3t
FIR SALE- FINE F ST BUSINESS PROPERTY- I
Storea, Ofllcea, Ac. This seri^a of lou has ad van
tatres over any F st. prt>t<erty that can now be boutrbl, I
both In Its present condition aud aa to what it can be
profitably aevelo|ied into by a partial chaure of the
character of lmprovemeuta. which sujopesteKl altera
tion proap?-tlve tenants are aoli<1tlni[ For plat and
details apply to J B. WIMER. 1313 F at ul0-3t
FIR RENT HAND80MELY FTRNI8HED BElvl
room on first floor; in private faiully. convenient I
to Penalon, ITin-Jn* and other Departmenta. 811 .'Id
at n.w. It* |
TX)R SALE?LOTS?WMY OO TO RLADENSBl'KO
F aud the Rock Creek Valley to pun haae lota at i ri.ee
from $300 to (1.000 wtan are have them under the
shadow of the Capitol for $250 to $5O0 per lot, ou
monthly payments of $10? Titles perfect.
walker a Walter.
nl0-3t Burst nw.
TTOR SALE-LOT-A HANDSOME CORNER LOT I
J| on East Capitol st. Price only 'He. per square foot.
Title perfect. WALKER A WaT.TER.
nl0-3t 613 F at. n.w.
%XIR BALE?CHEAP-LOT 45 FEET "H INCHES
r front on 3d at. a w.. 4Or ; worth 5oc . and a irreat
hat?ain in 20 lota on O at., bet 3d aud 4H, i.'tOU each t I
arorth $500 each, but must be sold. A jrooa lot OB 4fe.
bet. O and H *.w? < 5c per foot ? worth $ 1.25.
nl0-3t* CH. PARKER, 4*? and E a. w.
FOR 8ALE-A ORFAT BARGAIN-THAT DE8IR
able lot at the intersection of New Hsmisdure ave. ?
and L at. n.w.; will ofler for a few daysat $2 per square
foot WE8COTT A WIIAXJX, lHOTPa ave. nlO-3t
?COR BALE?DESIRAB11 LOT, ON NORTH SIDE
Jr H St.. bet. 21st aud 22d st* u w., 224axWt?. Prl.-e,
$1.38 per square foot WEHCOTT A WI100I,H?0<
Pa. ave. n.w. nlO^it
For bale-on t st., near im It >.y.i I
34x5h- $2 per aquare foot. WEKCOTT A WIL
COX, 190* Pa. ave. nw Al0-3t_ |
F)R SALE?BEST BAROAIN IN CITY LOTH-$?_??>
down and $10 per mouth will buy well-located
Lot on atreet or avenue. 4 souarea from Pennaylvauia
ave can. on grade, with wide iwrkln*. for ouly $300
R A. PHILLIPS. 141U New V?rk aveJ nl0-7t_
F)R gALE-LOT8 AND OOTTAOE8 I* ECKING
ton Plats of this subdivision, beiuir the Arat ad
dition ever made U> the city of Wastiiufton. are now
ready for distribution. Several attractive rottairea
and a number of the choicest lota will be aold to per
sons who will improve the same It la the purpose of
the proprietor to make this the most attractive subdi
vision about Washington. The streets are exact ex- ?
tensions of those of the city, aud every modern oonva- ?
nieuce will >>e pro\lded. An abundant water auppl.,
perfect system of sewersre, im-andeac. nt ele? trie ?
tot., and an alectrv railway have been provided
10,000 feet of curti have been contracted for. and the
laying of curb and pavements will be commenced lu a
few daya. CottMraa will be erected for purchaser* it
desired For plats apply at the office of GEORGE I
TRl'ESDELL, 005 7th at B.w., or at :td aud Tata, u e? I
in E< kimrton. To see the property take the Electric !
Railway, on New York ave. and7th st. u.w. nl0-2w
OR SALE-LOTS-N. E COR. 13TH AND D STS
aa.; perfect title; trood speculation; lota ft, 0, 7. S,
15, aud pt 17, a<j. 1041. Addreaa Box Ml, Star
oe. Ptf-3f
FORSALK-l'PON EAKTTERMS-A DESIRABIJC
Lot. 20x120 to 20-foot alley, on west side of 14th
at., between V aud W sta. n.w
ntKSt LOI I8 P SHOEMAKER
%SoR SALE-rPOM VERT EASY TERM8 TO PARTY
r wiahinr to build?a vary deairable coraar Lot on ,
14th st; only very small caah payment required
ntt-3t Lucre P SHokMAKER.
*01-1*1
Fir bale^
LoUin WanounanA Ridoofs addlUoc to Waah
jucon. Thia property ti aituatsd at the terminus uf
Connecticut avenue aitomtol. and wbers the new
R.?k l>aek An elec -
tric railroad will be built within a few Booths throurh
this property, a charter havti* already been obtained.
Stock in the railroad nay be aubacribed to at Una
Js&M
eaoa. Mouay advaaoad for bulklias i>orpue>w.
JOHN F^WAGGAMAN,
?cS3-lm 1003-5 r at
P?0R BALE-LOT ON 10TH ST.. NEAR M. 2A.URY
r an average depth of U2 feet. Improved by two
gSi v rw&jag-^
WINTER RESORTS.
L IEEN, SOUTH CAROLINA.
RT FOR HEALTH AND PLEABFRE
< climate IN THE UNITED STATES,
. o#rrsat altitude in th
HIGHLAND PARE H
FIRST-CLASS IN EVERT
I FOR SALE ? MISC ELl.ANK??l*S
I ?? . :
1>?K MALE V0r*0 HITTER DtM? \ AU kUl
I r buitemit. and wall trained km twm r <4i?
UVm. ?J in- Unite |?i r. ? 1(H) tiUiw ? . Aim
tiA* e. It*
V*?R?A1.I CHIAF T*iH\H'11.ir'Tt*jllRr?.
?wmik'i. 1< ur a-ud li.a-aea. l.art.eaa. \l
j tr . atahle for rent will i>miuiii.>blr li^nni
' hortliw Ih iM I*) eii*>uae fur ruunii* ?tai.|? la.
; quira :IOO H at. n.w nlO-St*
J>1R SAl.l A KIM. STYLISH Ml A? K
l?t hand* Ir.irli ? .I driver, and ? . oenl ?a.i.l>a
I beta . atiil bn ?uw unable U> uaUb iAlrtw
VV.MHKK.Mtw.A.* nln-?r
1>?R BALE * OFNTljr FAMILT H?>Rs|. lttv*
band*, 8 yaara old alai), 4-??' ?"if
? nanf aiui hant"?*. n? art) \t+m will lir ?*)<!
, Mi>wii?ria U?mu? ul| ftu t i'ftuWMi, M?bU? Ml
I ltHL m n m kliK'ii
F
>?R KM.F
2S*JL?L"<* IVmnm
nin.ii ,,uHojiarm.nu
BU>"-U r ? SMITH. 1 ?3 T>a aa*
1>)K haif i Hi.u rHKumnr.TEmn Mi
r III a ilruc stun b LEoN AKii, 4('T 4 s at ? a
nio-:u*
1>)R SAIJ V ham>*oMt fARI <>R si 111.C '-T
? 130. will aell I t a little over ball pri?^. Ad.tra^
fl'HMTl RE, star oAce. It*
1>ok ham two ri\r i am>ai h ami on?
C?ii|?lct . all 111 fill. ?Tiler l .111 In Hit. K 'at*
k CV> Can br mu at Itoarue) 'a atat.l.. 1 i?U. aiul 1. ala.
ulOrtt
1>1K HALF. A 74*_^rAVT I I KIHHT PIANO IN
A l*rfect virder ft* #7.%--aa!!. al?o. i biiy Itiurfi aii4
Harneaa fur ia*h. Call at in.e. 174-S 7tli ??.
AW. UK .*'
IJH?H HAI.I A HANI'S 'VI cmvr M i|:*F,
a'Uiid . |rk* (Till Appl)13\'0( r -ran at uH- Ji*
IXIR HALF AN FIFOANT I AKI i iK "liiltN All
irood aa Ue* rut # Hit. ?!.. I? - >1.1 f.'i ??. U aa
half ttie .-oat AWT VM Fat n w . kt- N V 4 1... .!?
I>OR HA1 1-CHFAI' rWOGi?'l> st ? iMi HAMI
Fireproof sat**, Haiti ? <ttiati i. I- La .4
modern miif...em.uta. Manram, uaah cr time
Aildreaa Mm 131. Htar oft.* iiW Vt
1>>R HAI.l A VII' "W *IMIINil TO l 'lll.K
(nun lniain.au (Via her aai.-oii and r>?tanra;.U
with aumnn-r rarileti . li.-eu?e aii.l leaa. tin li.ik-.li far
aale It Ml.. ..i. I . t. > ti. nl thi N?t tl. r> iwlila*** .4
BnltiUMitv.Mil .rbtai1 l.? i-aeh Addtvae H Kil'l
MI.VFR. lirt'* |viuiiia)ltaiua at??, IU1U
MA M.l * -W*
FIR KAl.t ONI HAMMViMI I'tU/IK M l I K
t>f Biali'itraii) aud | luah Kirl't luaV a |4aau;
on* wbat ii it a j?frnr?-r?t. r and utaii) utkor artt>4aa
Al'l'lv at Mtli at ti. a , from Ha m uuUl | u.
wrf-Hf
i>tK?ALK "V A?X>H-ST?>FI?I tTH < >1 ? M R.
V Ibc Html irf ? wi-ll lm-aM t*P?vrv si-n II u-?*
aud Storv fiir rent. F ir cariH-iiUra at |'l> !.? W I 'II
ft WUAXIX. lW'T Ivuu^'lvthli 9k J
R>?R KAI.I A RtKl.tlN V i.INIIJ
r wtth mi?I Hfcn..? ? \,n.f m U4v
<^uidn\rbim. Alrl) Itou,. J.i' H*\II.a<|? ?m4
F' at , Him mi 4.
1>)R 8A1.F. ONI NEW. IMrivOVKI) mull Al M
Hiujrar Haaiu* M?. : uta. I? n*l.i t ur H...11' a
WlUa>'ll at trreat w r 1 n- .? la>fon l.*?iua . it> * 1
"KIWUCU" Htar nflbw. * ..alH
1>IR SAl.l. tiK KEH M AMI ! \N1 1M ,} | ( , 8
alao. Forrrta. Cul*u hmii?, 'a Cat. \.
Ht'HMlli'S MirdHtora.
_ .117 1 ,'Ui at 11 m.
}>^K RAJ.F PTRF. JfRhFY r ?? s MIIK. 1 E
livm-il 111 tilaa? Jara.llut In k< u 11 .?i tj.
draaa Kth at a.e <a V.'?>a 4t
?|>>K HALF HAMNt* RINTFUN1 ItWMtTlUT
J t? tha l>iat-i |? . lH-l?rtniniit, all" ?-ll my ei.t .ra
?tncA of < -*rrta?r.-? at i-oat Ui vaatr li~ I at h r- ita
In want of lanramt a ill Slid it ai. ad Tauter to .-all, aa
I mult cluat out l<> that datr
JOHN M \<H*KO.
47W and 4K1 C at ti.w .
no.Vlm Raarof Katlnnal HotW.
1>'R lilt WJIIHE KKHOTAI, loutKMV
M waruroonia, W1 It I "a ave wt* will triva laran
dlaroonta on our |>rwiit at.a-k of new ut-ru-M i-tai??
and make iiajnnenu at (10 uimith Wr w'll (in
fuu a ?Treat lianraiu If jroawaut t<i trade}our ? 'Id |Haiw
We ahow a beaulifwl al.a'k lb urw at> le of <ian> Vou.-aL
Bare tuouey In the |>r1r<a wa are UuW gu.'Uiw IXKt'l
trna* thia (fraud chau<<?.
THE P1AKO KXCBAMOE WAKERtKIMH,
JB5 _ ??? iHh at
For sale-iink or th-'hf ?oki.i> i;i>
uownad Krameh A Ma> L Uaiauet tiraml I'iauoa
call IwNiurht at a barvaiu lor caah. at n I. wil.li ft
BROK., 7tw 7th at. n.w. ueM 1 a*
1X)K SALE AT W.F I.R ? ( AKI IM.l AMI
Hanieaa lUjiail r) , 4<W T'enna) i\?iiia air 11 w.
Fine Hum. Pba'ton ana H?re?? alao. l?r>n Ptia k I
Fall aud Winter ' *rnw?. t '.niima, t'oui ii tta. Iaa-t. 1 ?
I'liB'tona. Itaytoua. Surrya. S.OtKI Whli*. Ualtera. H<4aa
aud Mlauketa For aale hi I* or eachautf. taiiitina
and r? |iainu* |iruui|itly dooa u. 1
F>tiKbAlJC THE MASH EK'U ANt.l Alt' ilTTHK
flrat uf S"ovemli?r will mow Into tin I ur-al-ry
liuildiuir, 1*1 H IVunaylkaula airnw. iTi.r to that
date we are offentur imnieuae harvaiua in all uea u|>
rurht lianoa. Partii ularljr In i-t< Ifamriiia will we fa
vor you. If you want to trade your piano ft .111- and
aaa ua wr will irlve yon a ana| liarirali. ai 1 all. ? 1
rood value for your old ('Ian... aud an> lialatne i?n I mi
laid niouthb' ?.. auit. We ah. a a uiattullh-i 1 t iU>k
in the fttieat 1 1 H?rl.ta Reuieiiiier, we arratlll at ur
warwrooma, 4 J J I'th at MM
1>>R HALF: -Jl'BT AKRIVEK FROM THE <AKI AT
r aale of Hoodard ft Harlilua.?n'a. of La L.liart..i. K v..
one L?ir of Iv rrela. can trot ini 5y to the i-.V ottelif
Bad AAilkaa. one liy Hatn .a k.
One Dark i*ra\ Mare <au trot a mile to waa ? 111
2.40. (Joe laair Mat. h'al Hay ll raia. 111 handa LurK
?M kaae a.-tlon. One Ma> Boraa. I? larhtai.al . ail
trot In ;l luluutea. One hat-daouaa Bay ,11 Mi-aMim
Chief Alao. "_'<i haad of llnviif aud Hadd.e Horaaa;
liedlarreea warranted
or20-4w JtiHN HIMMoNM.311 I'.'th at n.?
1V)K HALF A MKFW-IIK ItH'H .HAM. I->I.K
and ahafta. Apply to FAI NE ft OONf?. - I' uu
aylvaulaave otlV-lui*
1>|R SALE THE ORFATEHT HaIk.aIS KVKK
?Bered. Oua Htipet+i New I 1 n*l t, 4 I.-, t K 11 li-w
hurh. |aia?naaiim a rl. h Vine, botli lualloa and of irreat
? arryiuir ynwor. raapou^ve lnui h. extra Bniahad iwaaa
made by A r> llat.!e Iru. and iruaraiit.-. 1 for ala ?an
I'UICl f.'H.'i, WiTKlH ?45u
Hl'UO WOROB ft OO.
IKM 7th at 11 w?
Role AjtuuU for the t unvailed Bohuter Pianos.
eolMM
I^OR HALE SI N 1'lAl i.AH Hl AllNo s'lnVF*.
a at. ve Ui heat a ?inall lied riaiin or laatl r .11. t ir
*4, larvir ruuuia in |>ro|>ortlou. K U. CAMI'HKl.l.
." 1 . 1 Oth at. n w. net'.' 1 ui
130R SALE?I'ARTIEh"I> NEEI) < >F FIN I ? 'h ? \K
Plllu* aliiiuld i-oDiiouuioat)' alth nn la-f. n pur
1 haaiiur elaewhrrt-.aa 1 hate aerurnd a lanre guauti'.t.
In order to aupply the detuaud tirumptl.i L A
CLaBkE, Ooroguan. Va. ae4 .'im*
FIR SALE-THE "OTTO" OAR ~E>K.I N 1 Kl
ijulrea uo hollar. avoiii. all rtianw attetnlain-e.
Ho 1.wa of time. uo haiidliuar of fuel. Scud for .Ir ular
aud pm-e liat D BALLAl I, A?'t. 7.'il 7th at. uli
3 MONEY TO LQAN.
f500- *10^
#i."?ki. gs.otio. *2.vn>, ti.i.iNi*,
to loan 00 rial eatate Chaiyee uioderata- N.. delay,
n 10-31 E A MrlNTIRE. ?1H Fat. n w.
Loans FEBSON8 mihhinu to obtain
Loan a oil real eatate ran do ao without delay if ne
ruofy la aatiafactory HWoRMbTElil ft MKaIiI.FY,
WJ7 F at. "IW-'m
DIO AAA TO UlAN AT ^ ITS KM, IN
Blv?"v"two auina of (.'? imn> ea. li. 01, real
eatate. 7for Ave yewra CHARLES W H ANI>\.
nlO-lw V.'lFat nw.
mo LOAK-#H,000,
M. i.tMW, On Baal Eatate. N delay,
5.000. fn. KARNFILLE.
nU-Mf 1.000. lSWi F at u w.
MONEV TO LOANOS AITBOVEDBF.Al.FHTATI
bw urlty at tt per cent
GEO W. LINK I KM,
b7-1b ll'tlj aud H -ta
ONFlY TO LOAN ON GOOD BEAI. FF1A1E?
* jo.OtHI At 5 per reut. ft.'.U.lKHi at ?i i?-r <-eut la
Ko delay. J b Mil ~
Bfl
? uina to auit. ho delay J B tOvi.K,
or2-.'-lm_ l:il3 Fat
Money ad\anci.d t<> mi i homes ob to
pay off mort^nurea, I one tin e aud no nak Mort
mm eaneelled In Uie event of death eaa) loolithlj
Ukfmenta, a little more than reut will buy a boiua.
Call for circular aud full aAplanatioii
SMITH k HTHRALD.
_orl3-lm^ ?f.'!i I ?t 11 w
Money to loan "ok real estate and
other aecurltlea at loweat ratea of intereat Ko da
lay. JAM r BROWK, Real Mtate Mi 4or.
oc4-3m_ 11 (Mi F at n w.
Money loaned, in ht ais -m hti.ioh ..
10. IS or 20 yeara laaj- laynn-nta In tlia
event of death h?n la i-anoele.1 without further |wv
ment, aud prvi|?-rty turned over free of Ua uniliran.e
The plan of the t'uited Met urttv Life ami Truat C.. .
of Philadelphia, la the lieat ever oevlaed to euatile |iar
tlea to own their boniea for Uie ordinary coat of reut.
Call tor a circular and full explanation
aeJ4 ?m JT H SMITH ftTJoK. Am-uta, l~"i Fat
Money to loan at fivf peb > i n i on ah
proved real eatate ae. urlty 1 jara? an. mU ?
ape. laity* TYLER ft BITRERFoRD,
aulo-flm 13u7 Fat u.m.
R
M
LAL EHTATE investment
SAFE AH 0. ? Mo NI >8
BIX PF:R CENT. PAYABLE ot AKTEBLX.
IN Hl'Ms ftHHI TO ?1.0(H)
SMALL FREM11 M CUAlH.LU
$40,000?TO LOAN
30.000
20.000 OK REAL E8TATK.
lO'OOO
_ SOU fa?251 TBOS E WAOOAMAB.
ONEY TO" VA IA N
IN HI Ms FROM fftOO fPAA ARD,
AT THE LOW I S I RATES OF 1KTEBEHT
AND COM MISSION
ON
REAL EHTATE IN THIS DINTK1CT.
B O HOLTZMAK.
au22 Corner 10th aud F ata. u.w.
bi ikik <UUkToU,an for half. ir.?i.(Hii
ylv"?""v ftrat mortmain: boudaat i?r aud in
tereat. Telephone 7M? OH MHHEftCO.
Je? 322 K Char lea at Baltimore.
M- ONEY" TO LOAN
In lumi to ?ult, at loweat ratea on approved raal
eatate aecunty. FIT CIL.FOX ft lilt. iW N,
o20 142< IVnnaylvauia ava.
M
aa5 1*54 F at
T^JOKET TO LOAN OK REAL EDTATE AT LOIT
_ WAHtTN KANrNHOWEB.
ap'M HocceaaortoDAKENBoWERft HOlTTll^ Fat
ONEY TO LOAK OK REAL EMTATE OR riRKT
E
clan am un tlea. at lowaat rataa of intaraat. .
plav wbare the aacanty lafiaal
??30 O. C. GREEK. 303 7th at. a w.
LOST AND POUND
. ?.CHARE,
KING, IN OEOM?FTO*-N. A
~ Liberal reward If I
OB iw. iw., 1 nnftliooi
CAB. GOING WEUT, FM
T OBT?#84 IN GOIKG FROM DOR (1 AY AND
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