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FOR KENT?HOUSES.
VOR RK* I -,HM X ST S? . ? ROOMS, BtTH
JV?.m.sll m.^1 imp* ?1>30 p-r ?"onth 11? M
pt a - . * P.>1u? *10 r*r month, t. H. PARKF.R,
tor 4S and K ata. a w. ?1Q-3I*
>li KENT ?
fm N , w. 6r. #15.30320 K aw..0r.,w*ir*12.5O
ml) , ?. in l.. fir 15 .N i.w., fir. mi. .20.3O
S*?4 S a w.. 'fr .W1IT lo 11 fi M s ??.. fir Ill
0.1 >| . w , 4r ,w?irr 8.31) ? <&< Maw, ,.r_ water IV
?83 K >,< . fir * ?tr ,W. .15 4N7 K a.w ,.-.r Ill
12V* .fcl ? w.. ">r l? '.'ISH?L?.,r* 11
?42 let * w . fir . w?t. r l.iF s.w tir.srater . 1:'.
72* 4 ?? ? w ? ,!r w Ifi 1~th a.w .fir .w*irl 4
*??? 7tli s.w.fir .hath 1 fi ::n 3:t.> Ml la an av ? w . 12 3<>
6i? 4:% ?.? . 4rJk?tr.20 .30 314 * 31 fi 3d n.e.. fir .. 15
u Hi-.it* I* H. PAKKEli. Cor. 4^ a:.d K sta. ii.w.
1
?"K EWT-A B\HOAIN-#30 PER MONTH.
M 8-rootn 2-story hay-window
t r k. Hf l3KFI.Hk Mcl.RRAN.100M F at u w ulo'fit
I' 1?; N T . M 1.\ I II ST. S.W, f?NK SOI'&KK
r I rmtinjr and Entrri'inir D?p. i-ntorr H.. im ?*?
W' *ii mud. imiv. luiit * :.Y.->0 Iuquirn 403 Yth
DolO-Ht
?%. II w.
*
I
t" nMi Ntfn T? !iliE?nT.?k|f 4BR,CIf- 1^'H 20th
7imu .ftiJi-' i?22TSl n<Hl ^"l*-" - in
St 5L? n.t. B,OU,h J- > UtIVll|i.UL"
Fi5jtaiJT1l'l?S? BRICK Uni-SKS, 7 KooMS
jb ami natii. all neat. in.| ii|., i;i7.ai?j ?;i? 11 ?t
? - ? .0 i*r month. A, |Jy fi-2li x! w j" i4. y?v, ?
-" - _ . ti 1 <>-;tt ?
Knu^ TiiP:l;fT' KV BUICH. *11 BHoDE
? 2 vi , .? ? ? wat#*r. -as rviit r'o Ai i.lv <?
F E l.i< ?? AKi>.xiN. 1 lOti L *t. n.w nlO-'Jt*
L\'K HI NT
|4>? KENT-I.W ANP l.'IlH.i 14TH ST N.W
1 1201 hi .I rjo:t v st. ii.w .. 1' D2, 1DD4. ana
I60H V>rr t ?it ?v??. ii.w . all ii; ttorn impro\ementa.
K? >s at 14(h *t. u. w. n 1 U-r>t*
tool UNI \ I."M NOV I MP.KU 11 HOUSE Ml
JT I. ?t n.w . ritiht pHxas. wat?*r. ?fa? and Utrobe; rvul
JM ."?o. Iikhui '- at nmier(>nmy. It*
X??>K K>1T 4I!? NEW .IKI:>EY AVE S. k7:
JP ?*!?*%? f?ii r> ? ?:ia.j<l l?tb v? r> mo an?l in )^r
fwt ord?r. |40 1 UK") ?t. L.*?.; *ix p.m.him :?n?l l>atli;
?11 DNM^ni liuriDVtiiitriiU: #4i). f?0*J B ?t. ?*.?*.; t?ix
T*'i* witrr and htwct; i uniij*lied and Unfur
lilnh.??! well lucatetl.
JOHN V. POKOHOC.
ni'?-:*.f :;I:; l -? ? ?t l tt
KENT :;0? JD ST. S F... ONLY A sgUAKES
lr??iu r :j>it??l. !# n?>iiis. ail un?d. imp. in k.-?>?xl
rendition, |;iu i+-.r UK?nth. \\ ALKLli * WALTtK
ii I" '.t <13Fit. n.w. I
1^?>R KENT?til J? H ST S.E."h KoOMS. ALL
in*'d. imps.; convenient t?? ?-ars and benlics; $25
jtr i?.?n th. TALKER * WALTEK,
ti 11? :;t iHSFlijLV.
1" > 1: KENT- 712 'JI) ST N W ST k. DW 130
. Or S tetk water mad ktwfci I S i
i?l i ??t n e . ."?r aii?l tw?-#4ory stable ??'-0 i
21 I'litcu ha.'", :i. f . ."?r ll.ilO
2115II):b *\ n.w . "?r V I
vV OAKRETT,iWTMiwrnto
nlik-:w iv b i'AYWui?l#. i#ltl E n.w. BiwMitnl
I- 7 ?H KENT- \T i.KI M I.Y KEDITED KATES
vorul !*? "a Hri? k?, near <tUat ear*, handj* to On- ,
ter Market, SiuitiiiuOiau. S.*. E. A. MclNTlKE*
nlD-.Jt ^IIH E at. n.w.
]* > K KENT FURNISHED ? 11 K?X>M HOUSE,
?!?. r ]??v%a Tin i'*. lar?r? rooms and center
^ali ? r would rent i?art huuae t<>
?u..i:] famllv. Inquire 1 t?? 7 p in. 1IW4 Qit B.W. It*
]MR KENT \ NICE FOUK-RUOM BRICK
I: wtt.-r and *? wak*e; aitnate?l in Jackly
?Iky. ut*ar the liorernaseut I*rint:i?a" Office n.w. In
qui r?-? ? I? CON NELL. Oiocir, 1st and H sU. n.w.
i>Iik:u*
*i)ii K? Ni -12.* II ST. S K . lO RCH>MS, $45; 218
'J i -i. e . !> ? ?l.HldPt. n e.. 7 riHiiLii,
.'nn; 1m{.l .tir "JI*. #22: 3W>2 Mass. ave.
t m ^ r?>o:!iH. $'J2 .4i> IDT. mi. n.?*. 0 roonia, $20.30;
2! k nt.ii root .?*. $19.4D; ">v7 lltb nt a. e., 7
r-.. ? *1^. 711 A *\ v.. e . 6 roovKtt, $15.4D: 135
\u a\? . "? ro^*;.*, $1D. lue above hoi:"*a have
IL- u.-iia! itri i?f'?rn convciiieacea. M. M. KOiilli II, 1102
Sacf C?}>:tnl?t. nlD-: t
?" ken r
rj I 1 ^?tb *? :t-etorr bri?-k. 1 tr*? all m.! $100
Il Kt ? r , : > l?; . k. 1 ?'r?., ail in.1 45
il i K ?t.. 1-story 4r? 10
T\ 2tNI8T!? D.
3:t:*.D Ver^w t ?ve . .l ??torv Ir k. 15ra., completely
an i baiid??omely fnn:;>h? ti, licatetl by o|?en Am places
a* t !Tir: .i.>- $225
3" '?? : ft . J -torr and b?cement brick, y
r - ?*, r.j tnmisli?Hl 70
!? i' I \mo, 3-story brick, 12
. ? *y luiu:.->li(il .. 125
il. M. 1'AIUCER,
allM'.t 141S F st.
1" >?K KENT -
IMmm av .l."?r$12.> 70*? BM'y st n.w , 10r$23
4. i*tii st n.w.. I2r 75 141D T st. n.w..Hr.. .20.30
37'il 1 -t n.w.. l*.?r . 75 1531 5th st. n.w.. tir20.3D
Jltii-it n w , 1 lr.. .75 121l> D st. s.w^ 7r. ..18.30
1 1th -t. n.w . 1 lr...75 5ih> 4S *t. s,w., 7r...17.40
3 7??.s Lst n.w., 1 lr.5."?.58 2417 7th st. n.w., tir....15
t*D!?i H mt n.w . Hr 35 4M# Ii st s.w., 5r 13.3D
1 Hut 'Hh st. n.w., hr. .. .32 4<M? L st. s.o - t>r 12
Is-! 1 >t. n.w . !# rs :io l*??r 1st and N stsj?.w..5rl2
3?ti'.' 5th st. n.e., 5r.lD.5D 2ti25 I st. n.w? 5r..^lD 30
A. S. < \YWin)I>, !Mi) i?th st. n.w.
]\? >l\ RENT ?310 E ST N W . 14 BOOMS; ALL
iii.-i-rn iinproveiii^i.ts. near Pen?on otttce and
I JOHN H. M AO K IDE It. 1417
>rw i ik av
nlO-lni
KENT FURNISHED HOUSE. 11 ROOMS,
ii> <1 ixit' - I 'wa Circle; nleasant
!.? rli*? < uv -nirnt to markets, cars, nerdics;
r r. k- ?tii? t-? private family. Address F. B. O^
If
?K RENT SEVEN K? H?MS AND BATH; AI.L
intsl lietween t^?? lines ol cars , house newly
- w. Apply at 500 F st. s.w. ID-2*
?K REM
V n w MX c St. a e., tir. .$19 30
l if | '?!ui 11 w" 10D l.V>0 3?1 ?t. n w tir *'0 30
3-il 1 JHh st. n. w i*r. tiD *?4 5th st n ?? Mr Tk-S
"E? 'Vr I
...V n-e- 1 lt T-.'M S. J. ?v?. n w ?r 1H
l.tll llthitt i> * ,.??r ..j5 ?;$ L ?t. n. w , fir.."!...'.17
joi i i ixn ?i n.w . ?>:$ L ?l n. w , fir 1
4; ^ ; .t n. w.. Hr .VV70 17I?efre.? *t fir 16.H.
Iiinh n w .i:tr..50?0 loliiN c.?, ? e.,fir.l?.40
V.'l 1 ? >i' ?l. 1 lr ."><1 <i<? .">7 L >t u.w.. Mr lfi
Iikmi '.^to ?t. u.* . 10r,..">0 110 M *t. n.w., 5r 15 :S0
4*7 t ? .t n w . 1 or ">0 iTim't ???., fir. .15.-U)
4 '4V<1 ?t u. * , llr lo Whitney Clone, fir 15
fell K < ?i- ?t.. llr lO.V'H'.MS H'J'y. n.w, 5r 15
hi ?v?f n. w . Wr. 4ii HI'.'W25thata.w.jrl2.M)
J:?'"4T?t ii w. !?r 4?> X(4 Nth *t. n. e , fir 14
i 141* ? I ft ?t n w.,<?r :t5.55 Nil 2:W1 ?t. n.w..fir..l3.:50
flfi :vi .1 n w . . r :15 fil'i '.'til it n.e., 5r Ill
id 1! ?t ?.e . Hr .15 Clf*rland ?ve. fir l.'l
l.">i>'.< 1 -*I n w . Hr :Ut 45 Mi LM ?v ?.w., fir. .12.H0
I'.H.i Vt ?*??? Nr 30 50 11 IN 5th st. n. e? Or l'J
4n! R?t n.w.7r SO 402 l:?H*t. ?.w, 4r 12
41 4tti ?t. ?. e . li?r :MI :U25 Fentni R i.t.11.30
r.'l n i.th ?t n * . lor :m 103O 4th nt. n.e.. 4r .11
e-.'21 > ?t n. ? . lilr :m? 32N L ?t. a. w.. 5r ...10.M0
4 .< H ?t. n.w.. Nr 25 fi2fitk>rdoB ??.,4r..10.30
44:t w ?t. u w . fir 2N ill 5 27th *t. n.w., 4r 10 30
li> K u r . Tr . 2N In IVnton 1*L n.e..fir.l0.3O
Slili; M ii. . fir. "!H 31'.i L *?. n.e.. 4r 10
7:t!" :M ?t n. * . 7r. 25 4i> 1031 7 th ?t. n.e.^r M
22".'5 13th it n. *, tir 27 1
21N Arthur PI. 7r 25 40 STORKS * PWELLrSOS.
3504 Ifithnt. u.w .8r25 :15 lfi3fi 14th?t n.w., 12r.lOO
!;? H?; 1 :;tli ?t n.w . 7r22 n5 1 i*4+ 14th <t n. w , H
1 nln | jinlrii ?t..7r ?.'?"> 232 7th ?t. ?. e . Hr...
jihi!i M.I ?*?* aw., 12r25 242SH? M ?t. n w .Or.
J:il? % ?t. n w .7r 23 :lol h at. n e.4r
224 Hw. tir n w r."?> FLATS.
Ajih. '7r 22 50 Hth and K ?t?. n. w.
J713iith ii * . fir 2o 41' $22.50to *411.
1217 _".ith n.w.7r .20.40 14th *t. anil K. I.aT.,9r60
?10 L H M.\KM.U*CO.?lfiFpt. n.w
I>?R RF.ST NO lfiON 13TII ST N W. <1 ROOMS,
hath au<l cellar: tonv. iiieut to cars and hi rdirs,
atnre*. Uiarket. Hr. FirM^-laas m-urhliorhooil, rent
04~-t - >? i I'UM, i ii . >il:i l.'itli tt nl0-2t*
V.'i >K III S I
r lfi07 7th n.w.. llr.#40 122?>2*Jdst. n.w? fir. .(18
:t<!4 C ?t. U.e_ Nr 311 1231 22d ?t.n.w,fir....lH
30M C ?t. n.e.. Nr. 30 1233 22il at. n.w.. ?ir. ...IN
3iii. I' at. n.e.. Nr 30 2n.ii, K .t. n.e., tir......13
S?IH Partner Plav.fir. .25 2205 K at. n.w., fir 12
ifi3li 5th ?t. u.w . Nr 25 302 4th at. u.e., 4r 11
20 N i'. ave . Nr ......25 1232 22d ?t. taili-y). 4r.l0
41!i 2d ?t n e.. 7r ?2u lU24r. 1H14 L at_ 4r.. .10
421 2d at. n.e . fir 20 102M r 1!H4 L at.. 4r...l0
2053 >. at. n.w . fir.kat .20 Stable r. Ifi04 14th at. .10
WASH'S DAXKNHOWKR.
nl0-.1t 1115 F st. n.w._
%>>R BENT-M AKI.Y NEW 7 ROOM Hi>1 SE NO
Jl 215 Rat. n. w . iu- .)< m mii'Tit-iuriita; only ? 20
psr month. B. A. PHILLIPS, 1419 New York ave.
n 1 :w
I* *il; RENT SIX-ROOM BKICK Hol SE,LOCATED
near fith at, ..ii Mi-*.'iri ave. n.w.; rent ?20 iwr
felonIh A|>|>ly at 42.5 Nth at n.w. nl0-3t*
1>>I. KEN 1 HOI*>I >
' 3112Oat n.w.. 14r*:t5 707 E Capitol ?t. 9r....33
4Vfi C at. ii.w . Hr 35 4th flonr a.e. cor. 12th
2l lfi i. at. u w , lOr ...3."> aiul E ata. n. w 30
2121 Kit. uw.tr :i3 3ii!i A ?t n.e.. Wr. 30
t*.!5 ''2d at. n w.. Hr 32 511'1114 5th at. n.w. 5n. ...IN
*i IV 4th at ii w .fir 3d 42fi h at n.w . ,r lt?
1H?7 T ?t. n.w . Nr. 3?? 14i>4 Md ave. n.e..7r.. .l7
t> t st. n.?..!?r_ 30 22 M>rtle at. n e . 7rlfi.42
427 M at. n w? Nr . 25.7s IV-miiliiia R<-a*i. .5r . ...15
2d II a>r. 42t> Hth st. n. ss Myrtle at. n e.. 7 rs. 12
n.w . 2ra 25 i?13 :?? filSi N.H a*^5r.. 12
lliiNli-t n w.i 1.400ft 1134 Htli at. u.e? 4r...12.:??
olrfT' tni'l' 25 23!i*j| 13H?ta.w ,4r.l025
t'ri*r 11 212M 14 n.w. 120. Mitfd. i.'a alley,4rl"
Lr 25 3."fct2 N a: ii.w., 4r 10
f'1'5 7th at u.e.. 7r 20 l;.nr 52 H at. n w H
Z1VH Y:? in. n *., 7r ..20N41 2d st. a.e., 4r..? fi
1n23 12th at. n.w_ fir .20 13-*>N L at. a.e., 5r 5
NTORK.S. OFFICES, kc.
ft re and d'wV 170-; 8tabl? rear of 1418 I ?t.
Pa.a?. n.w? lOr (LlflOl nw 45
f* re 1227 1 * st. u.w 5o 4fiN la ave? i I'ln'tl 30
frt. re 1706 Pa. av. u w 5U fi05 14th at. n.w.. otU?-e.30
fc" re uud d'w'ija lOOO Ntor< aa<l tiwellinir.401
N 1^1 st. fir SO1 K at. n.e..5r 20
ft re and rellar 212fi Storeroom 102 O n.w.. .15
14th at.n.w 35.50 Rear bwiuent, 521 11 th
ftsUr. rrar of lfi2t* O at. n.w 6
at. U.W j;o
The aU.ve ia only a portua of the property on my
V- kv lor Inll iist *'wi st offlr, for bulletin Issued on
t,.? 1-t i 15th. |nP| T1IOS. E. WAOOAMAN.
T> di HINT 707 EtST CAPITOL ST. EKJHT
X ri.'Ui ? and latth . rou?'ret*al rellar. sanitary plumb
i in.ii. ru luiproveuitDta. 1.- r'lua and rare pa*s,
f.!5|at lauutL Apply IHOh. E. WAOOAM AN. HI <
st. bMP_
lit KENT !?07 27TH ST N W NEW ?R1CK~;
tiTr r. ,,ii.a watrr, ".lid Hire U. k ai>d Iroiit t anls.
? 125W per luouth. P. A. 1IAR.NE1LLE. 12211 F st.
k.w. ul^lt*
UH-.ll"
I^i R RENT 4fi L HT N W.. TWO-STOKY BRICK
Owelln.rf. fi rv..ii-a. w?t>-r and ai-. (15:11) su
feiotith. hWORMSIEOT k LKAK1.EY.
nl?-3t _ SKT7F?t.
"I^OR RENT 70S? AND 70?H C HT N. E , SEVEN
JT rva.n.a I? h. Lath, *aa and rr'.lar one !.aa >ul,ie.
ailin^aal r.t-r, ?15 30. LOWE k.U I'M NELL, 308
Xaet Ca|.ltol at. n!*-3t*
IX)R R> N r WILL RENT THE I-ARl.E HoCSE
... I airevt la-tw^en lNth sni! 18th, No. 1N12. to
? ine iroat reapoiiaible party for the winter at a very
a- w Bmiit, luat to keep it ora-upied hi.uae in irood cou
?1-Uoii IHtm E. V* \(M)AMAN,
?M HI 7 F st. n.w.
I*JU RENT -NEW HOCSE, NOBTH SIDE OF O
st , la tw.^ti l'.nhaud 2oth, 12r . ui.?L liniw . and
fuod u> itfhburhoud. A. P. HILL * CO..
nW-3t i:UiH Frt._
F? KUT-BOCU 713 KAMT CAPITOL ST.;
.u n-'iua. bath, and cellar, no basement Apply
at l.Vi A st. n.?. ni' .t
IVJK KENT OK SVLF^ T* ELVE IK SIM THREE
story Brick. 140 B st n ik. frontlnar utti. i.r..r
Caeltol. l?xI'.r. lihraO'. muiu* room and kin hen nr.t
{Twr Inquire 220 1st at. n.e. nt?-3t*
I" KiR K?:N7 1 1.1.E TILI DETEMB1B 1 IE
taken ta-lor- veti.W r 1 tw . two-atory new an.
ruosu brirk*.?ltn 1*1 ?smlowa. fuil l.eiirht. water lu
Tud healthy, dr) IwaUon; on line of tars. #15 per
A. S CAY*OoI>. ill'Htli st. uO-'Jt
1>.B BENT?VERT CHEAP-* HoI.E OF H?jr ARE
_r S56 with comii-odS<'Ua Imck dwelliu*.in roodn.i
aTltu.ii an.l .al uc r<?;) i utbuiiuimfs tor stabllnv. let
Apply toC. K NOBMEST, Room 10, Cell. NstioUsl
SLik Buiidin?.
1^?R RENT-M VBHH A LI. BBOWS'S MANSION. i?N
Brwi.twood ave lanre brt. k build,na". lw.lv.
a.joaa^ with plenty of rrt?iUid: lUfb nd .^minaijOin^
IwMtoB. ?ooU waiw ana stabUnc
?M? 141 it r *.
FOB RENJ?H( )U9E&
I'OR RENT?2-STORY BRICK HOUSE: 7 BOOM8;
heth. cellar, stable; mod. Imps ; papered through
out. 4t?6 Boundary n w., near oth at? facing
Park. $'j5. Inquire 4-0 Boundary. nS-ot*
I MR RENT-HOUSE 1032 l.'TH 8T. H.W ., WITH
l*iv- irn uuds and ? table in the rear, ? beautiful
house. $100. . ,
Hnw 1520 P at. n.w, 12 rooms, mod. Imp, |7U.
FOR SALE. .
Two line bnildiwr lots, L bet. Vermont ave Mi lSth
at.. south front, .">3.6x 137 to a JStt
,0r * to"" UtjU"8'"&Fl- t&mSRIT^
n8-Info Hl?r.t n.w.
1s<)K BEST-ELEVEN ROOM BRICK NO. 911
1 New York .veuue. with.t*th: njw pJumb^;
Landmine i?t?i>enzitr* kc.; AIjB*KT r.t ox.
i>auu.? 'ine j?ujtjii i w . t> iii
0*40 F ?t. n.w niKf*_
9*-'0 F at. nj __
rv)H RENT? (1217 Wylieat. n.e.,_6r$ll
'??"***? SMir:-S-S8
( kib ?vi' Tacotiia l^arti.-?0 Mirk m \flej, 4r..... ,8.<i0
401 r?.t i.e., Br.. *.*...*> ?' *?0
N st.. lor., mJ.40.67 1904 N. Y.ave., 4r 12
2131 K St.. 1'r 40.50 31 18 Penn. ave., 4r 10
7(H Cst . lOr, m.i IW lWaSklit .ir 10
3003 (> st, lllr 30.50 938 26th St., 4r 10
liiu7 l'a av, lOr 30.:U> 3052 Hitrli at., or 10
2137 Fst.. in.i :M>.40 Wilcox Court, 4r 10
MI? 33d *t.. 9r. 25 :15 3418 Va. ave., 5r 9
1431Wst? 7r 35934 & 930 Hughes
J317 30tU st.. 7r ... 33.50 _ alley 8.30
2137 H st. fir 33.50,>lt> 23d at., 4r 8
1603 Marion st 33.50 3010 Fat, 4r 7
1033 Marion st 32.50
1319 3otli st.. 7r... .22.50 8TABLE8.
1315 \\ st.. Or 33 50 Rear 2305 l'a. are $16
1300 33d st., 8r 21.50 Rear 2012 K at...A. 15
1413 3:id St., 7r 20.45 Rear 2109 G at 10
1343 19tli at.. 4r 20
10(14 30th st., 5r. 18 STORES.
3350 Cleve'd av? 5r.17.50 1749Pa. ave? llr. and
2429 N st. Or 10.50 store $83.33
2402 H st.. or 16.30 1120 18th at., cor 50
For a lull list apply to WES0OTT * WILCOX,
n7 1907 l'a. ave. n.w.
I~ Xtli HKNT DWELLIJKJ 1117 10TH 8T. N.W., '
$25. Key ue vt door. Inquire 920 Louiaiana ave.
n.w. n7-lw
1VOK RENT?HOUSE 1609 8 ST. N. W.; CON
taics 7 rooms and bath. posseesion given first De
cember: rent $30 iier month. J. W P. MYERS *
SON, New Office. 1420 New York are. n7-6t*
I.-V)l>. RKNT-13I9 OTH 8T. N.W., BETWEEN
Massachusetts Are. and (^ St., in the immediate vi
cinity of Dupont Cln le; a very desirable, new, three
story and lusement brick Dwelling, containing ten
rooms ami bath and every convenience: house is hand
somely finished and paper, d throughout For particu
lars apply to IHOb. J. Us UK It k CO..
nM-ftt 1324 F St. n.w,
1XJK RENT?
' 1504 "8" 8T. N.W.?
A very desirable three-story brick, nine-room resi
dence, with every convenience ar.d tine side lot. Price
*45 per month. THUS. J. FISHER k CO.,
u.Vltt 1324 f at. n.w.
1" X)R RENT?
1 1709 "M" ST. N.W.?
Good three-story brick residence with all Improve
ments ; hue location. Price $.*>5 per month.
THUS. 5. FISHER k CO.,
n5-6t 1324 F st. n.w.
1|?OR RENT-BY R. O. HOI.TZMAN, REAL ES
tate and Insurance Broker, loth and t sta. n.w.
hoFsi:s.
1000-2 F St. n.w?42r $250 1737 Oth st. n.w., 8r.35.32
510 11th st. n.w., lOr.. 15o 123 C st. s.e , 8r 35
533 i:tth st. n.w., lor.125 3113 N st. n.w., lOr 35
51 il lath st. n.w , 32r..llo 2333 H st. n.w., 7r 30
lh2:t 1 st. a w., 13r 75 3d floor, 1107 Pa. ave.. .2o
12:i3 144li st. n w? 10r..?0 717 11th st. n.w., 7r?25
2d floor, 1107 Pa. ave . ?o 2010-12-14 8thn.w., Or.IS
?0o Oih st. n.w., 14r.52.50 30."> D st. s.e., Or li?
1.H41 Rst., lOr 50 Sll tith st. s.w., 4r 15
T.IO 14th st. u.w., 12r...50 1332 Wylie St., Or 13
Ids 8 st. n.w., 9r 50 1003 N. 4. ave. s.e.. Or. .13
101 G st. n.w., Or 50 30 Fenton PI. n.e..t>r 11
3015 N at. n.w., Hr 45 33 Fenton PI. li.e.. Or...,. 11
1223 G at. 11. w.. Br 45 30 Fenton PI. n.e.,0r.?11
FURNISHED HOUSES.
F, near 18th St., 13r..f500 II. near 3l*t St., 8r..?150
N. near 13th, lOr 350 F St., near 18th, 1 lr ..1 (Ml
loth St., near R, 14r . .30O F, near 18th st., 1 Or..100
1. >wa Circle, 15r 300 39th, bet. q and B., lOr.lOO
9th, above K st., l3r. .150 35th, near y n.w., llr.. .05
Conn, ave., near N st. .150 Hth st., near T,5r 35
OFFICES.
941 F St., 2d floor, 5front 0(?1 7th st. n.w., 5r $30
rs , heated by steam. $80 939 F st., 2d floor, lr....25
941 F, :t?l floor,5 front rs., 939 F st., 2d floor, lr...l5
heated by steam 00 470 La. ave., from 10 to 20
Eleiraiit rooms in "Sun 513 11th St., 2r 25
Buil'Unir,"fireproof,2ele- 1211 F st. ;i.w? 2r.?.
vators, htated by steam, 513 11th St.,3r. 20
from *30 to #IoO each. 409 13>? St. n.w., hall . .30
71911th st. n.w., 3r?35
STORES.
Maimificent store. Sub 433 Oth st. n.w $7
Biuldimr. i?t an.. ?3,600 1703 Pa. a v., store 35
415 13th st. n.w 135 17th ab. Pa. av., store. .10
1701 Pa. ave., store 75 17th ab. Pa. av., store..10
n5 R O. HOLTZMAN, 10th and F sta. n w
1."H>R RENT?738 17TH ST.. 3-8TORY PRESSED
brick; 10 roouia and Iwth, all m i. As3.:i3.
GREEN' * CUNNINGHAM,
no.Vlra* 1405 F st.
I" X)R RENT- 1
1518-30 13th, Or...$35 1228-30 H st. n e? 7r.. .25
1522-33H 13th st., l?r. .35 1333 34 H st. n e., 7r. ..25
Apply to GREEN k CUNNINGHA5I,
oclO-lm* 1405 F st._
I^OR RENT?7 DUPONT CIRCLE $70.00
New ilouse within block Duismt Circle 45.84
House within block Farragut Square 00.00
Hew H. use, 447 N st 27.00
House 207 E st. n.w 00.00
o? 20-1 m Apply CHA8. EARLY, 603 14th st. n.w.
130R RENT
1915Gst.; 12r.: furnace. $75.70
2026 G st.; 12r.; newly papered 55
2819 O st.; lOr.; cellar; mod. imps 35
:i337Pst.; 13r.; partly furnished. 50
3014 H st.; Sr.: mod. lint's 37.50
617 31st st ? 7r. and bath 23
oc31-3w GEO. W. LIN KINS. 19tli and H sts. n.w.
I^oR RENT?A NEAT SIX-R(H>M BRICK HOUSE
818 B st. s. e., $16 30 per un>nth; key at 816. Also
931 o st. n.w., 14 rooms, $60 per month. Owner at
518 9tbat. B.w.
yiiR RENT-HANDSOMELY FURNISHED HOUSE
J or suite* of rooms, bath-room with each suite, at
1919 Conn ave., bet. K and L sts. Inquire on prem
ises. u?-th,s,m,3t*
Fl >B REJTT?UNFURNISHED?
New Housectir 18th* 13(M?30th?t $50
M sts.. overlisikinx 1816 Con oran at 4;>.84
Couue? ticiit ave.$108.33 3114 M st. n.w 45
1931 lOth st 100 419 K st 40
< ? r House on let... 91.07 50644 loth st 35
833 18thsMnewj...83.33 3108 E st. n.w 16.30
1006 19th st 83.:t3 APARTMENTS.
1 737 De Sales st 75 H st^ liet. 17thil8th.$50
1733 G st 55 131.5 N. Y ave 10 to 50
2913 Hillyer Place 60 OFFICES.
1713 L st 60 1503 Pa. ave $6 to $35
1511S st 50 503 14th st 30
34(?1 N st 50 STABLES.
1509 8 at 50 Stables $25
FURNISHED.
N.w cor 18th and M. I. bet. 18th* 19th$16fl.66
with stable (6 mosi$350 l** Sales st 166.66
I sU, bet. 17*18 .. 3:?3J3 15th st? adj. McPher
I st.. bet. 17 * 18, sea- son Square 150
eon 400 H st., near cut. 19th...150
B I. ave., bet. 17th and Sunderland Place 150
Conn, ave .300 911 16th st 150
H st., bet. 17 *18 350 N. Cap. st. <a?lj. Cap.)...150
Conn. ave.. bet. MAN'. 350 Sunderland Place 130
(6 months, $3,000.) Delaware av. (adj. Cap. 1110
Famnfllt Square 250 F St., bet. 17th * 18th.l00
k St., 1s t. 14th au<l R. I. ave., near Scott
15th sts 208.33 Circle IOO
Duis.ut Circle . 3(18 :!3 F st., bet. 17th * 18th .75
C.ir.F and 19th n.w 3oo T st. (liet. car feherdict).40
p st. adj. Dmiont Cir . .200 14th st.. bet. V and W .40
Jeflerson PI. (6 or 7 Conn, av., n'th Dupont
months) 175 Circle 250
De Sales st 175
Other furnished and unfurnished Houses, to which
we ask attention. HILL * JOHNSTON.
n3-eo3w 1503 Penn. ave.
TX>K RENT?1538 O ST. N. W~$50 PER MONTH.
Aiply to J. J. SHEDD, 150< Rhode Island ave.
i.w. an30-th,s,tu,6m
1 HORRENT?UNFURNISHED.
1314 Fst.n.w.,33r.3.?0| 1139 10th st.n.w.,7r....28
Mass ave.u.w.,15r 166 67 1534 3!tth stJi.w.,8r 35
II lt< Vt. ave u w,.15r. .150! 1538 39th st.n.w.,7r 35
1438 Mass. ave , 14r.. 150 1507 Caroline st., 6r 25
N. H. ave. n.w , 14rs ? 11007 L st.n.w.,7r 10.45
1730 Mass. ave., 17r..l35 333 1st at.s.w.,6r 15
P st, n.w.. 13r 135 230 1st st..s.w. 6r 15
1135 10th st.11.w.. 15r. 1151 FURNISHED.
161431st st.H.w.,10r.. loo Thomas Circle 500
1333Lst.n.w? llr ...1(H) ltl av 4ir.17th.14r.416.67
933 14th st n.w., 13r. .1(M> H st.. nr. 15th, 15r... 400
1734 Conn. ave.. llr.. 100 Ct. av., nr. N. 20r..333^33
17(r.' IV ave., lOr 91 ?7 I st. nr 18th n.w., ..'183.33
1728 I st.n.w.,13rs..83.33 Mass.av.,nr.l8tli,15r..300
I 1 It!) st. n w.nr.G15r.83.33 19th st.,nr. I, 20r 300
17o4Conn, ave., llr 75 R st., nr. 20th, llr 250
2(MM> Kst n.w.,13r 75 15tli and K sts.,16r... .350
3033 0 st.u w., llr 70 19th st., near Dupont '
1527 Ost.n.w? llr 70 Circle. 12r 250
f>13 E St. n. w., 13r ?>5 Conn, av., near R, 18r.350
lb ?, lOr ,?5 N st.. nr. 13th. 13r .. .250
. w., llr....65 Masa.ave.41r.l.?th, 13r.350
_w . 9r 55 18th at., nr. N.13r. .308.33
1634 15Uist.n.'
1415 K st. a. w.
1709 M st. n.w., I ? jm
336 N. J. ave. a. e? 9r*. .50 R. I. av., nr. Scott Cir
1731 19th at., 9r 5o; cle,14r 200
1110 13th st. u.w^lOr. .5(1 Mass ave., near 16th
1514 30th st.n.w., 17r..50! at ,16r 200
1533 O u.w., 7r 5o Kst., nr. 13th. 13r 200
1:416 14thst.n.w , lOr. .45 (J at, near 18th, 10r..L50
1504 8 at. n. w., )?r 45 ?? st., near 20th, llr..125
3420 14th at . 10r..41.67 19th at., near X. 10r..l35
1370 B st.aw., 1 lr 40 11th st.nrGu.w. 15r.l35
34(>ti 14th st. n.w.,10r..40 N, near 14th. 9r 130
1706 R st. n. w.. lOr 40Ost..near 30th, llr.. IOO
1534 3*.?th st.n.w., 7r... .35 P ?t. nr 18th u.w., lOr.lOO
1338 at. n.w? hr :t5 1906 16th st.u.w..7r 50
TLe aU.ve house* can D? euuniue<l by permit fnuu
oar office only. THOMAS J. FISHER * CO..
n3 _ 1334 F at. B. w.
I>>R RENT-THKEE-8TORY BRICK DWELLING,
13 roouia, l?th-rooni. and cellar, ail modern iw
ptmenieuta: well located in northweat, rent $50 per
luonth. TYLER * RUTHERFORD. 1307 ? at. n.w.
n:t-lm*
RENT?UNFURNISHED.
l?pl 16thn.w.. 14r..$100 3819 Ost. n.w., 9r 35
S B st. n.e? lOr 75 1205-7 20th at. n.w.....35
ri0? 0 **? u-w- 10r 1603 8 at. n.w, 7r 30
J.33-> Corcoran st.,13r. .50 Vt ave. and U n.w., 6r .30
?'"37 F st. u.w, I2r 50 807 Bound'v n.w..?lrjtt.50
VrN.JI av.n.w., 10r46.;>0 2006 8th st n.w ,Br.. .20
1739 12th n.w., 12r.45.5y Office i?. 7a5 8th Jfc.w.35
HK1 Indiana ave, 10r..4n Offi?* rs. 1307 FatX.w.35
tiOO U st. n.w, Sr :t7.M) 3 storea, &th^i*T G n.w. ..36
^ FUBNI8HED.
Conn. ave, bet. B and 8, 18r_ uer year $3,500
V t ave.. l*t * and L. 15r, atable, per rear. 3.000
K st, bet. 9th and 10th, I2r? per month 150
suuderlaud Pla>e n.w, llr, per mouth, l&O
Vt. ave, near Iowa Circle, per month... WO
aTYLER * RUTHERFORD,
* 1807 t etm-w.
JsOR RENT UNIT RNISHED^
3 Dupont Circle .$150 1727 19th at
+46 N st (.0 1430 X st. n. w...
1304 N st MO 1338 I at n.e
I6O0 15th st 55 537 11th at. a. * IB
JiJr N St. o() 1437 Fat, office room..10
Hw"l il. h)
FURNISHED.
< or. 18th and M :too K, bet. 17th and lRth.,175
.H.,"- 1,ttb 27.> 19th vt. jTDupontdGr. 125
^rramit Square 250 N at. near loth, . 125
Dupoiit Circle 2.x) o,bet 9th aodlOu. ..130
M iss. av. n'r 14th. .208.33 vi ave. n. w, near Q...100
t .oin. av. near I at. 208..'i3 R st, bet ljih * 14th. 110
tuitn. ave, near II 300
FOR RENT?HOUSES.
TX>B RUT-* DESIRABLE HOL8K near FAB
P*OB BENT-BRICK HOUSE. 486 f ST. H.W.; 923 i
JT par month. Apply to W. W. BURDETtE, lo2tt
Vermont ave. oc27-2m 1
RENT?22SE 8T. N.E, three-STORY
brick. mu? rooms, water and gaa. convenient to
jitlii^ Office. Bent 918. Inquire 328 lit at n.e.
FJB RENT ? HOUSE?DOT T ST. H.W.. thru
stories. eight rooma, cellar. gsa, bath, and all m. 1.;
in perfect oiler. fronts aoutb; rent. <30. th08. B.
wXOQAMAX.9iyfrt.rw ocl0-2m
P>R kent-HOUSE 2108 G ST. N. W. KB* AT
drug a tore, comer 21st at.
ocl&-lm W~ "liq5? 31st st.
BOARDING.
PJRRENT?TO GENTLEMAN, NICELY FUB
mshed rooma; cheerful and plesssnt: with open
nres flrst-claas table board and good attendance; alao
"V.'K rboUi': terms very reasonable 1123 8 at., cor.
nlO-at*
GRAT kBRO. CATERERS. 1702 L ST. N.W.
Meals furnished to residences. n?-2w*
IF YOU WANT TO LEARN FRENCH QUICK OO j
take your room and board with the French Profes
sor. 1804 H st. n.w. u2-lm?
Hotel webhtf.r,5lit3thst n.wt family
resort and sightseers' home; center of all points
interval Rates, with board, 91. $1.50, 92. Per
week tO to (10. aull-.'hu
DENTISTRY.
DK.?lt. J. HYATT, DENTIST. ST. CLOUD
Building, cor. 9th and E sts., Kooni 47, extracta
Teetli without pain, with aerated hypnotic, which la
safe, pleasant and effectual. se22-8w*
I?KEE DENTAL INFIBMARYl TEETH FIIJ.ED
aud Artificial Teeth inserted without charge, ex
cept cost of material, at 1323 H at. n.w.. Dental De
partment of Columbian University, from lto5 p.m.
daily, except Sunday. Extraction free. Infirmary
open from October 1st to June 3tyh. se20-2m
DR. STARR parsonstdENTIST. ?TH ST., COB
ner E n.w. Oold snd Amalgsni Fillings a special
ty. Pain prevented in extracting by application to
rums; aching teeth saved: artificial teeth inserted.
mh27 ?
PROPOSALS.
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, U. S. NATIONAL
? MUSEUM, WASniK<JTO?,October 20, 1S88.-Seeled
Proposals will be received until TWELVE M. NOVEM
BER THIRTEENTH. 1888. to furnish supplies to the
Smithsonisn Institution snd U. S. National Muaeum
during tlie fiscal year ending June 30,1881), or nntil
the award of contracts for the ensuing year of the fol
lowing clssses: Cases, Drawers, etc.; Chemicals and
Chemical Apparatus. Ulass.Hardware, Lumber, Painta,
Oils and Brushes; Textiles, Electrical Service, Station
ery, Food for Living Animals, Washing of Towela,Mls
cellaiicous Supplies, and sale of Waste Materials.
A wants will be made only to established manufactur
ers of or dealers in the article. Tne right is reserved
to waive defects and to reject any or all bids or parts
of bids. Blank forms, with specifications lor propo
sals and further information desired by intending bid
ders, willbe furnished on application at this office.
o20.23.30.no3.6,10 8. P. LANGLEY, Secretary
QTEAM BOILERS-ARCHITECT'S OFFICE U. 8.
?3 CAPITOL, Nov. 6, 1888.-Proposals will be re
ceived at this affice until NOON SATURDAY, DE
CEMBER FIRST. 1888, for sectional water-tube
Steam Boilers for House wing. The right to reject
any and all bids is reserved. Further information
may be obtained at this office. EDWARD CLARK,
Architect, U. 8. Capitol. ,
_ n8,10,12,14.16.19,21.23.26.28.30
T>?c y^AL8 FOR constructing SCHOOL
51 HOUSE-OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS
D. C., W ashington, D. C., November 5,1888?Sealed
PropoMls will be reoeived at this office until TWELVE
rvwiSa Vu28 WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER FOUR
lKEN 111, 1888, for constructing a one-story one
room School-House, fronting Division street, on Lots
50 and 51, block 5, section 3. Burville, D. C. Blank
forms t - ^ -
alii
plication therefor at the office of the Inspector of
Buildings of the District of Columbia, and only bids
upon these forms will be considered. The right is re
served to reject any or all bid*. WM. B. WEBB,
SAM'L E. WHKATLfeY, CHAS. W. RAYMOND, Com
missioners, D.C. u8-5t
FINANCIAL.
J_ ~ NO. W. CORSON. J NO. W. MACARTNEY.
Member N. Y. Stock Ex.
CORSON k MACARTNEY,
GLOVER Bl ILDING, 1419 F ST. N. W.,
Bankers and Dealers in Government Bonds.
Deposits. Exchange. Loans. Collections.
Railroad Stocks and Bonds, and all securities listed
on the Exchanges of New York, Philadelphia, Boston
and Baltimore lx.ught and BOM. ,
A specialty made of investment securities. District
Bonds and all Local Railroad, Gas, Insurance and Tel
ephone Stock dealt in.
American Hell Ti lephone Stock bought and sold.Jy 18
LADIES' GOODS.
LADIES' RIDING HABITS, COATS AND DRES8ES
made in the latest Parisian style by M. A. HOFF
MAN, 421 9tli st. n.w. A i?rfect fit guaranteed.
Price* moderate. Prompt attention to all orders.
ul0-3t*
MME. DARTLISSE,
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER.
hiding Habits, Tailor-made Suits, Walking, Recep
tion, Evening Dresses. Tea Gowns, Bridal Trousseaux.
Pertec. Fit Guaranteed. I<atest Styles, and only One
Fitting Required. 521 11th at., near F n. w. n3-tit*
MRS. V. A. TRAVIS. MODISTE, MAKES HAND
some ami stylish costumes at reasonable prices.
Ruling Halnts and Evening Dresses a specialty. 1303
Fat. n.w. nl-12t*
iMETHING NEW.?IMITATION LEAIHER
p Wall Pockets, Mats, etc. ; pretty, durable and cheap.
New Frost Children, Scrap Pictures, Gift Cards, Stud
ies to l'aint,Gold Faint (10c.), Japanese Goods. Ac. J.
JAY GOULD, 421 9th St. n.w. Branch, 203 l'a. ave.
s.e. ocl3-lm*
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR DESTROYED,LEAVING NO
?Jtra? e, by my electric ue?-dle process, endorsed by
every prominent physician. Ten years' practice in
this city. Electrical treatment for ladies and children.
oclO-lm* PUKS. DR. GABRIEL, 1321 G at. u.w._
IjHJR THE LADIES-SEAL GARMENTS ALTERED
and repaired; muffs to order; carriage robes re
1 .aired. MRS. R. M. EVANS,
oc.V-Im* 1201 Pennsylvania ave., Davis Building.
Mrs. Ma Ja Hunt,
1300 F STREET northwest,
Invites special attention to her large and select stock
of MILLINERY, complete in all branches and at mod
erate prices.
Balance of stock of KID GLOVES, in odd sizes, at
half prices. ae29-3m
Lily dress shields are the best, manu^
ufactured by the Brooklyn Shield Co., Brooklyn, N.
Y. Sold by all leading dry-goods houses in the United
States. oc4tfebl
MlXE M. Je PrANDI.
1309 F at. n.w. (Mrs. Hunt's),
FINE FRENCH HAIR GOODS.
Also,
A special selection In SHELL, AMBEB AND DULL !
JET ORNAMENTS.
Hair Dressed and Bangs Shingled. au31-3m*
Seal Skin Garments.
ALL STYLES MADE TO ORDER
FINE FURS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, MUFFS,
BOAS. TRIMMINGS. Ac.
Old garments rodyed and altered by the
Misses CUNNINGHAM,
923 F at. n-w., second floor.
ae22-3m 1310 8th at n.w.
T lA-nimi
Buy the celebrated
"COBTICELLt*
SPOOL SILK AND TWIST.
IT IS THE BEST.
For sale by
THE PALAIS ROYAL,
(A. Lisuer.)
Comer Pa. ave. and 12th st. se27-eo2m
Fedora Dress Shields
ARE THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
Manufactured by A. H. Brinkiuann A Co., Baltimore.
au4-co3m
French dyeing, scouring anddr'tclean"
1NG ESTABLISHMENT. 1205 New York ave.
First-class Ijulies' and Gents' work of every descrip
tion. Plush. Velvet and Evening Dresses. ANTON
AND CAROLINE LEKCH, lormerly with A. Fischer
and Maiaou Yriese, Pari a. Ja21-ly
VNTON FISCHER'S DRY CLEANING ESTAB
i&LISHMENT AND DYE WORKS. 9(R> G at. n.w.
I .allies' and (tents' (iannenu of all kinds cleane<l and
Dyed without being ripped. Ladiea' Evening Dresses
a aiwialty. Thirty-five years' experience. Pricea
moderate. Ooods railed for and delivered. sl4
LL-WOOL GARMENTS. MADE UP OB RIPPED
dyed a good mourning black.
A FISCHER,
a!4 900 G st. n.w.
PROFESSIONAL.
MMR BROOKE TELL8 ALL THE EVENTS OF
LIFE All business confidential. Ladies and gen
tlemen 50 cents each. 408 L st., between 4th and 5th
a La. n.w. ae24-8w*
Mad. e ardenne, the celerrated pai.m
Ist snd Clairvoyant, can give you your exact life
ctiart, and to her sitters their names in full. Telia
l?t>w to hold the affection of husband and lover and
how to win the one you love. All business confiden
tial. 1112 Gst. n.w. Couie and be convinced. ael2-2iu*
PROF. CLAY, wonderfully GIFTED CLAIIU
voyant. Astrologer snd Spiritual Medium. Born
with second sight and Tell. Every hidden mystery re
vealed. Recovers lost or stolen property. Finds nid
den treasures. Gives lucky numbers. Censes speedy
marriages. Brings separated together. Gives anccesa
in business. Removes all lainily troubles and evil in
fluences. Cures sickness. If disappointed by efforts
of others, Judge not all alike, as the Professor can con
vince the most skeptical. Strange fa from other cities
will aave time and disappointment by calling on the
only genuine clairvoyant in thia city, as be succeeds
where all others fail, and advertiaea only what be can
do. Sittings, 50c. Life-reading by mail on receipt of
91. Name, lock o( hair, date uTbirth. Hours 9 to 8.
Open sondaya from 1 to 8 p.m.
eel-3m 421 9th at. n.w.
SPECIALTIES.
?|R. MILLER, 828 13TH ST. N.W.. TREATS
"all Chronic Affections ot the Bye, Ear, Throat,
Uurrh. Jtc,
officehoura. 9-12;2-5. Sunday.from 10to2.
BlO-lm*
f>UJW OF WHATEVER FORM. NO MATTER how
A^ long standing, apeedily cured. Treatnynt alinoet
I can SPEEDILY
523ft sr?
: axiuia, ??. Vitua' Dance, Epi
Circulation. Cold or Sweaty
meiat.n.w.'
Collabs And Ocffs,
?3-101 SWIS99TEAM LAUNDBY.
FOR SALE-HOUSES.
FOR SALE?HANDSOME AND VEST 8UB8TAN
tuily built new 12-room residence. desirably located
n.w,; aUnctlTtl} planned and elegantly finished In all
It* drtrtli. 8TEIGEB k LIEBEKMANX^
TJV3K SALE?HOUSES FRO* ?S.OOOTO ?5,"000^
Jf in different aectiuoa of tbe city, veil located and
on easy term*. Also some lot* at a bargain. O. M.
BUT A NT. 616 9th at. L*. nlO-2t*
-DOB BALE?If ST. N.W., BUCK. 14R8, ML. S
Jr 100, (table on rear ?IS'S
N st n.w., Briok. 14ra? mj. j<US
? at. n.w., Brk-k. lOrs.m.1. *JMw!
II tb it. n.w.. Brick, 1 Ore., in.l. S-SjS
12th st n.w.. Brick, 8ra., 6.7*0
nlO-eo6t 1226 F at. n.w^
F- >R SALE?A HOME IN THE N. E.; CORNER
House; convenient to car and bardic line*; 6rs.
and bath: m.l.; lot 70x106 to wide alley; term* easy;
price to,000.
A corner House on East Capitol St., brick, 6ra. and
bath, nj.i.; easy terms; price #3.800.
11th st. n.<i? Tr?., bath, m.1.; #3,800.
E st. n.e., 7ra? bath, m.1.; *3,.>50.
D st. n.e., 6rs., bath, m i. ? #3,400.
nl0-eo6t TH08. O. HENSEY. 1226 Fat. n.w.
P)R BALE?BIX NEW BAY-WINDOW BRICK
Houses, northwest; uesr street oars, market and
schools; houses each contain six rooms and batb, all
mod. imps Can be purchased at tbe low figure of
$3,150 on easy term*. CHARLES W. HANDY. 921 F
at. n.w. nlO-lOt
Pin BALE?NEW BAY-WINDOW BRICK HOUSE,
contain* six rooms and bath: within three squares
of the Capitol building. Price 44,600. CHARLES W.
HANDY. 921 F st. n.w. nlO-lw
F)It SALE OB EXCHANGE FOR A FARM-A
valuable Corner Store Property in Washington.
SAMUEL BEALMEAR, 310 8t. Paul st., Baltimore,
Md. n!0-3t*
TV)R SALE-GOOD INVESTMENT OB HOME?
r good brick house; 12 rooms; in first-class neighbor
hood ; lot 20x122; bouso cannot be built for tbe prioe
sakod; #5,500. GEO. W. LINK1NS,
nlO-lw 19th and H sts. n.w.
OR *ALE?ON EASY TERMS-A VERY DE
sirable new six-rooui House, side entrance to rear
yard; all modern ^S^Wtw-n L?g M^ e.
nolO-Ot 927 F st.
F' Tr "sale?three-brick houses NORTH
west; new: well built; tinxims; bath andconcrete
cellar; papered; need no repairs ? and now rented at
955 per month; will aeU for $7,750. Box 25, 8t?
office. 5 _
"DOR SALE?BRJCE HOUSE; 7 ROOMS: ONE
A/ wiuare from st. cars; rented it #10: price, f 1.-.00.
5 room frame bouse; rented at #11; #1,000. Four room
fnuue house; centrally located; near oars and herdios;
#1.400. All the above located in East Washington.
nl0-3t* JOHN F. DONOHOE. 313 East Capitol st.
JR SALE-HOUSE 306 3D ST. S.E., CLOSE TO
the Capitol and Pa. ave.; 9 rooms; bath and cellar
extra: o]>en if rate, latrobe, and ranjre; newly papered
throughout Price, #4,000^1l^W^irce
n 10-3t 613 Fst n.w.
OR SALE?IN THE CITY OF WASHINGTON,
four (4) acres of beautiful ground. Cmi be sub
divided and sold at once at a (rood profit or held for an
increase, which ia bound to come. The attention of
capitalists is particularly railed to this property.
A banrain in the Treniont Hou?<\ cor. Indiana are.
and 2d St. n.w. Hotel has 60 ro<?s. and in a loostion
where a hotel nisy be made profitable if properly
managed. Lot 145 feet on Indiana ave. and 75 feet on
C street. Good looation to erect 10 houses, and ma
terial enough for the foundation of all. To an imme
diate purchaser we will guarantee the price cheap.
2-story frame, lot 25x170, on D, bet. 13th ana 14th
s e 650
3-story and basement brick, 12 rooms, L near 8th
n.w., #9.500. _
3-atory and basement brick house, new. on R near
13th st. n.w., 17 lsrge rooms, m.i? #21,000.
Beautiful new frame bouse and stable at Anacoetia
"'two r?*at<jry brick houses on McLean ?re., each
?1,800: terms eaay. . _M
Splendid lot on Rhode Island ave. near 15th n.w. If
?old at once will be sold cheap.
A bargain to one desiring to build fine houses in one
of the finest locations in Washington. On Rhode Island
ave., west of 10th st. n.w., three lota, each with a
frontageof22.83feet. ,
Three lots on Mjit. near N. H. ave., each 18 2-fl feet
by an averatre depth of about 90 feet; price, #1.2.>.
Lot on TTbet. J6tli andl7t?l7.4xl00;price,#1.36.
Lot on S, bet. 9th and 10th720x95; price #1.50.
Houses for sale at Hyattsville, Md.
Houses for sale st Takonta.
Houses for sale at Mt. lieaaant.
Lots for sale at Anaoostia.
Lots for sale at Chiohcster.
Lota for sale at Hyattsville, Md.
B. H. WARNER k CO..
nl0-5t 0]f> F st. n.w.
F2
T OOK AT THIS.
JLj FOR 8ALE
C)ne six-room Brick on 3d at, s.w., between D and E
sts.; rents #15.30; price, #1,950.
Four new Brieksj six rooms, on 23d st. n w., between
E and F sts.; #1,750 eaoh; under rood rent.
Two new Bricks: two stories . six rooms; goo<Uot to
alley; on 4th st. n.e : WSU liuilt; neatly i>*i>ered*park
lmr. Ac.; #1,650 each; under good rent.
Three four-room Bricks on M st. s.w.; #1,000 each;
rented #10.
Frame House, 1503 0th st. n.w.; nine rooms; largre
bake oven; store used now for confectionery; size lot
110x100 to alley; good business location; price reason
able. Call on U. L 1I0YER. 313 4M st s.w.
Two Frame Houses on Uladensburg road. near
Boundary; 22,500 feet trround. Will be sold together
or sei>arate at a threat Iwryuin.
U. L BOYER, 313 4M st. s.w.
The above property Is offered at a low price, as par
ties want to sell, and is Just the thing for investment,
as it is all under good rent, paying 8 to 10|*>r cent net.
nl0-3t U. L. BOYER, 313 4K st. s.w.
>It SALE?A HANDSOME DWELLING, TEN
rooms eveir modern impt., southern exi>osure,
terrace and parking in front; location good; N st., bet.
t and 32d sts. n.w.; a bariraiti; price #0.5
WESCOTT & WILCOX,
F
31st and 32d sts. n.w.; a bargain: price #0.500.
TfrESCOTT fc WILCOX.
nl0-3t 1907 Pennsylvania ave. n w.
1TIOH SALE?CHEAP?HOTTSE'ON 4TH ST.. NEAR
M st, 3-atory Brick, 9 noins; lot 2(1x100; price
only #3.50a WESCOTT A WILCOX,
nl0-3t 1907 Pennsylvania ave. n.w.
F- OR~ HALE ? A WELI<-BUILT AND COMFORT
able 3-story brick ri-sidence near Iowa Circle; con
tains !l rooms and bath: all mod. iim>.; reason for sell
ing 1 iwner going abroad; price #0,500.
nl0-3t JNO. F. WAGUAMAN. 1003-5 F st._
For sale-by t. h. sypherd a co., 1321 f st.
Cor. proiierty, n.w., 9 rs.,new, first-class #7,500
Corner " " 10rs? all mod. imps... 8.000
" Srs., " " " .... 8,000
" 14 " 9rs? - - - .... e,500
" " " 7rs? " " " .... 3,600
14rs^p.l? b.w. lot 24x140, 17th st 8,500
llrs., i).l.. b.w., new, all mod. Imps., 12th st 6,750
9rs , old style but first rutelot 30x107. W.End. 3.250
8F.l5 OCR ADV. OF COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.nlO-2
F0B!SALE-316 F'S W., FRAME H01T8E; SIX
rooms; 25x79 to a 30 ft. alley; small house in rear;
pays 10 per cent on #24,000; price, #2,000.
nl0-3t> B. LEON AKD, 407 4% st. s.w.
ITOR SALE-NEW HOUSES. TWO BEAUTIFUL
new houses, 320 and 322 4th st. n.e.; six rooms,
bath, speaking tubes, Ac.; everything first-class;
#3." 00 each.
324 4tli st. n.e., corner of D st.; handsome tower and
an elegant property, #4,400.
319 and 321 I> st. n.e.; the cheapest houses in town,
and cannot be dnplfc-ated lor the money; #3,0<>0 each.
304. 306, and 30K C St. n.e.; eight rooms, bath,
si>eaking tulies, Ac.; slate mantels, latrobes, range,
and iron stpes; #5,000 each. Terms easy and made to
suit. WASH'N DANENHOWER.
nlO-lm 1115 F st n.w.
FiR 8ALE-CHEAP-A GOOD LITTLE Busi
ness pro[>erty, with stock. A jtimkI investment.
Only #1,800; half cash. C. H. PARKER, 4W and E
nl0-3t*
F)R SALE-CHEAP-A NICE NEW BRICK HOUSE
on N st. s.w. Price #1,650; a good investment.
C. H. PARKER, 4H and E s.w. nl0-3t*
TJOR SALE-CHEAP-TWO GOOD 8IX-ROOM
X Houses. 116 and 118 M st. s.e.; #1,050 each; worth
#1,200 each.
FOR SALE?A good business, corner 4K st. and
Maryland ave. ? rents at #25jier month; price #3.200.
Four good brick houses 011 Union st. s.w.; a good in
vestment; #5.200 for the four houses. A good busi
ness |>roi>erty that will rent at #45 per month; price
#5,000. Two ten-room Brick Houses, on Virginia
ave , between 9th and 10th sta. s.w. #10.000 for the
two. C. H. PARKER,
n 10-3t* 4H and E sts. s.w.
TJOR SALE-HOUSES N. W? #4.000 TO #12,000.
JP Also n. e? near oars, #3,000 to #3.600. Best lota
ou Stoughtoii st., Columliia and I-anier Heights and
Brooklaml at investment prices. Wauted?Small farm,
Eastern Branch, overlooking city. JOHN O. JOHN
SON, 928 F. n9-?f
UOR SALE- 13328 to 3334 P stn.w.,
r 2210 to 2234 Bound- I f. h., 5r #5,000
sry st. n.w..b ,4r #16,900 825 22d st. n.w., b. h..
2024 to 2042 Bound- 9r... ..4,800
ary st.n.w.,b h.,4r,15,700 827 22d st. n.w? b.h.,
200 to 204 O st .and 1 9r ....4,<00
1326 and 1328 2d st. 829-31 A 35 22d St. n.
n.w..b.h .4 and Ur.13,500 w? b. h 4,600
2211 to 2229 10th st. 2142 I st. n. w? b. h.
n.w., b.h 13,000 Or 4.600
2 to 6 7th-st. road. .11,300 2144 I st n.w., b.h.,
1733 to 1743 Est.n.w., 9r 4.500
Or 0,000 1423 P st. n.w., b.h..
701 to 70i9 Farratnit st.. 7r 4,500
5r 9,000 405 to411 Barr'salley,
1801 to 1806 L st. n. I b.h.,4r 4,000
w.,f.h.,5r 8.000 2013 8 st n.w., b.h.,
1 to 6, Alley, 12th A 7r 4,000
13th,M A N n.w....6,000 1328 V st n.w? b.h.,
oC...::.r.3;8oo
731 2d st n.w., b.h.,
m l., 6r :i650
710 Q st n. w? b. li?
6r..:. 3,b00
3408 N st n.w., b.h.,m.
l.,7r 3.300
1802 A 1804 Lst n.w.,
f.h., 4r 3,000
2100 Vermont ave. u.
w.,b.h^7r 3,000
li:<9to 1151H 23d st
n.w., f. h..4r 6,000
1740 N. J. ave., n.w., b.
h.,14r 6.000
1123 20th st. n.w., f.h.,
6r? and 2 houses in
rear, 4r. each 5,000
1311 I) st. n.w., f. h?
Or 5,000
1247 A 1249 Madison
st. n.w? 4r. A 2 b. h.
rear 4,800
The above is only a portion of the property on my
books. For full list call at office for bulletin issued on
the 1st and 15th. [nOJ THOB. E. WAGGAMAN.
HOUSE,
1.700.
T?R,
n9-6t 1215 Fst nV
F)R SALE?HOUSES?JOIN THE HOME CLUB:
#10 down and #1 per week will buy you a home in
our new colony. Houses built tc order. Everything
furnished, ana free transportation given for one year,
Lots for sale from #25 to #100, SOUTHERN LAND
AND SILK ASSOCIATION, 623 Pa. ave. n9-3f
fOlt SALE?FOR A FEW DAYS, A NEW TWO
story Brick. 5 rooms, sewer and water; north sue
E street n.w, near 22d ^ n^w^rioe, j^l JM>0^
n9-2t 1907 Penn. ave.
1' X)K SALE?FOUR-STORY BRICK, 0 ROOMS, ALL
. uewlv |?pered and in first-class condition; over
looking New Hainpahire ave. and M st nw-ooly
?4f7 Fst*"*4 b*rK*in- WHITAKEB * JOH^AN
F)I? 8ALE-THAT HANDSOME NEW HOU8
631 T st n.w.. 7 rooms, all m.l ? price #4,700.
McLACHLEN A BATCHEIJ>ER,
P)R SALE?A VERY DESIRABLE TWO-8TORY
Brick Dwelling, six rooms, cellar, all mod
Mjuth front: parking; in West End; locattM
Price #4,306. W ESOOTT A WILCOX, 1907 Pennsyl
vania ave. n8-3t_
For bale-a nice little home in le dboft
Park, 7 rooms and bath; in first-class condi tion fcoc^
cupied by ov
cash, balauct
sold at once.
cup'lSlW owner, il ^l^n^#4.:?0~#^
^?.txruKmthl3r ^
n8-3t 1212)4 F st B.W.
TX)R SALE?WITHIN TWO SQUARES OF THE
Thorourbly weU^t Brick Dwam*;
11 rooms: all modern Improvement*.
154x100 to aa aller. Trees, shrubs. frulU, fiow
Hirh and baaattnil loatttan, fronting Govarn
?Sr*'pa??'t?Cdoor, Nocthwestsec
WHlhfiSdSSi^id.acoomiaodaan#
rent^ to a r^ftS-t
CK A CO.
' Pa. ave. a.w.
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
OB SALE-NOS. 728 AND 730 OTH ST. 8. ?.;
new tl-room hooaea: hot and cold water; gas. te.
let i a.new6-rooea brick; laate w>
__ ?721f5thit. n. a., brick dwelling:
mod. imp.. *2,800.
No. 721 lilt at. n.w., R-rqom brlek
^mttoUhlnf ? rotT o?8* hi?dsoms brick boa*e; ?
room* and tmth each, on 5th >t. n. a. bet. L and M.
Theae houses have pressed brick front* and all modern
improvements. sneaking tubes, latrobea, ranees, hot
and cold water, etc. we will sell alnfle hooaea for $2,
800 each, or the row of eight for ?20,000.
SWORMSTEDT * BRADLIT,
no-lOt ?27 F at. n.w.
TjiOB SALE?V LITTLE PALACES; NEW; MOD!
JL imps.; Dorthweat aectiou. on Una of can; frioa^
?3,000 and $3,500. Elegant home, near 16th at. and
berdics; cheap; #6.500. Q at; 11 roonia: m. 1; ata
ble; $7,600. 15th at': 10 room*, cellar, kc.; terms easy.
On Georgetown Height*; doable house, with 43,000
aq. ft.. price 7.Sr. per so. ft.
Cheap lota, 13th at.; Q st.: Pierce at. n w.. and F at
n.e. Get our price* Have also several fine propertJaa
for exchange. Loans? lanre amounts a specialty.
( J. V P. MYERS k SOS.
oe8-5w^ New Office. 1420 New York a to.
Fob bale
1761 Maaa. ave. n.w? 22r
175flMaaa. are. n.w., new, 20r 30.000
Uandaome doable house.
Maaa. are., bet. 1,1th and
Mam. are., bet. 14th and , HI - _
Maaa. are., b?t. Thomas and Scott Circlee IB,1
11.1. are., bet. 14th and 15th, lOr. and bath.. 11.'
Conn, are., bet. Q and R, loi27 ft. front. 1O.'-rr
Hat. bet. 10th and ll5* ata. n.w., 12r 10,000
71113th at., three-atory brick, 7r. and bath.. 7,000
Corcoran, bet. 13th and 14th sts., 9r_ cellar.. 7,000
F it. n.e., bet. lat and 2d ata.. 7r. and t?th? 3,000
Three brick near 14th st.,an investment; each 2,750
Cleveland ave., bat. W ana Boundary. 6r 1,800
Lota 85. 80 and 100 feet deep at bargains.
?We offer for aale an extensive llat of large and small
houses not included In the above, also Bm' building
lota in the northwest, and cheaper ones in all sections
of the city. Call at our office ana examine our bulletin.
se29-3m JOHN SHEP.MANkOO., 1407 F at.
FOB SALE?THREE-STORY AND" BASEMENT
press-brick house, with all of the modern improve
ments ; In a good neighborhood, and in first-class con
dition. Apply at 813 L st. n.w. nS-lm
X)R 8ALE-A~FINE BU8INESS PBOPEBTY ON F
js. at. n.w? between 6th and 7th sis., lot 20x100;
brick house, 10 rooms. In view of the location of the
Post-Office in Pension Building, which has become a
law, property in this location is specially desirable for
office* and business purposes generally, and ipust en
hance rapidly In value. THOMAS ATmITCHELL,
oc4-2m 934 F St., Boom 4
)R SALE?BABGAIN?2 BEAUTIFUL NEW
residences northwest, near 16th st.; 3 atory, base
ucw, r"'?XX
e.nemr Dupont Cfrcle.. 30,000
id 14th ?te., 15r., new.. 30,000
dlnthats., 14r *5,000
re
F
F>B SALE-NOftTHWEST COBNEB PBOPEBTY,
1303 N, corner 13th at.; lot 50x100; side lawn
47x100 feet; trees, shiuWer>'. flower*, and fountain;
mansard, bay-window, 4 atory, aolid walnut tnmmed;
brick houae on west half of lot; cor. half oflot vacant,
and well suited for four nice nouses. Thia property
la in every way deairable aa a permanent home or In
vestment, being contiguous to Mass. and Vermont
avea.. and Scott, Thomas, and Iowa Circles. Apply to
OWNER. oo2-2m
MEDICAL, Sfc.
nl0-6t'
DR yFON
The Oldest Established and Only Sellable Ladles'
Physician in the City,
can be consulted dally, 464 C st, between 4M and 6th
sta. n.w.
?t?. U.W.
Prompt treatment. Correspondence and consulta
tion strictly confidential. Separate rooms for lsdija.
Omca alwaya open. E _ _
counueuuy cuiwuii 1/1. www ~
Particular attention paid to all dlseaaea peculiar to
ladies, married or single. Forty years' eiperiefic*.
oc29-lm*
Manhood restored by using a bottle
or two of Dr. BROTHERS'Invigorating^ Cordial
Will cure any case of nervous debility and loaa of
nerve-power. It Imparts vigor to the whole aysteiu.
Male or female. 906 B sts.w. 0c29-lm
MME. DE FOBEST, LONG-ESTABLISHED AND
reliable Ladies' Physician, can be consulted dailv
at her residence, ?01 T st. n.w. Office hours from 1
to 9 p. m. with Ladies only. Jy 18-4u^_
EAD AND BE WISE-DR. BROTHERS. BST
Ji h.w., appeared before me and made oath that he la
the Oldest Established Expert Sjiecisllst in this city,
and will guarantee a sure in all caaes of private diseases
of men and furnish medicine, or no charge ^consulta
tion and advice Iree at any hour during tlie day Sub
scril?e<l and sworn before me by Dr. BROTHERS,
SAMUEL C. MILLS, a Notary PuliUc,in and for the
District of Columbia, thia third day of July, 18 So.
ocl7-lnv* _
DR. MOTTS FRENCH POWDERS ARE THE
Standard Remedy for all blood diseases, causing
throat, nasal, or skin troubles; urinary diseases cured
in forty-eight hours. Price, A3 per box.
Dr. DODD'S NERVINE No. 2 permsnently cures
natural weakness, loss of vitality, nervous debility, ?c.,
Ac. Price, $1. Sent sealed liy mail. For sale at
jy31 STANDIFORD'S. cor. Oth and F n.w.
NEW PUBLICATIONS.
Published To-day.
OTTO OF THE SILVEB HAND.
Written and illustrated by Hoviin Prut. Royal
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A thread of romantic and touching interest runs
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popular "Merry Adventures of Bobin Hood." The
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of a valiant robber baron, is brought into stnkiug
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The illustrations are in Mr. Pyle's best vein, and the
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to cover.
HEW JUVENILES.
(Second Edition.)
TWO LITTLE CONFEDERATES.
By Thomas Nelson Pa of.. Square 8vo, Illustrated,
? 1.50.
"It tells the story of two Virginia lads left at home on
a plantation while the men went to fight. The young
sters have many adventures, serious and humorous,
and get into trouble and out of it again. The story
abounds in stirring Incidents. It is an aitmirabU
juvenile book."--llmUm Saturday UazetU.
CHILDBEN'S STORIES
OF THE GREAT 8CIENTI8T8. By HKUBirrra
Christian Wright. With 8 fuU page portraits.
12mo. (1.25.
"Young people, as well aa 'grown ups,' will And here
a delightful collection of anecdotes about eminent
scientists. Rome of these are deftly treated so as to
give a biographical sketch of the illustrious subject."?
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LITTLE PEOPLE:
AND THF.IB HOMES IN MEADOWS, WOODS, AND
WATERS. By Stella Louisk Hook. Illustrated
by Dam Beabd and Harry Beard. Square 8vo,
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"A delightful excursion for the little ones into the
fainlsnd of nature; with such pretty illustrations that
the little readers will be charmed as much as they will
be Instructed by the book."?TA* EwmvtlM.
V For ?nte by all booktelltrt, or tent, pout paid on,
receipt of price, by
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It 743-745 Broadway, New York.
FAMILY SUPPLIES.
What Is That Subtle. Secbet
SOMETHING
That has caused everybody to sound the praises of
BRIDAL VEIL FLOUR?
Try it and see, and you will use no other. For sals
by the following well-known grocers:
JOHN H. M AORUDER, 1417 New York av*.
CHA8. L EELLOGG, Maaonic Temple, 9th St
GEO. E. KENNEDY k SON, 1209 Fst
W. E. ABBOTT, 1721 Pennsylvania ave.
B. A. WALKER, 1000 7th st.
E. M. BURCHARD k BBO? Penn. ave. and 4K st
G. W. It H. W. OFFUTT Georgetown.
A. O. WEIGHT, 1632 14th st. )al4-w*s
Winners Ob Losers Of
ELECTION BETS
Will do well not to buy any Suits or Overcoats before
examining those at
nil watt., COB. 10TH AND F ST8. H.W.
You wUl tod our Tailor-made Satin-lined Chinchilla
Overcoats at $15 equal to any sold at $22, or our Fine
Montsgnsc st $25 equal tq any sold at $50, or a Chin
chilla Overcoat at $10 equal to any sold at $15. or our
$10 Chinchilla Storm Coat as good as any sold at $15.
Our Une of Overcoats from $5 up cannot be matched
in the city, aa to value given for the price, material,
"we'll^S^OTseKne',^sey^Llvw*_Co?t fully ,25
Mia^S
5S3hq
worth $40. Fine Broadcloth Full Dress sod Double
breasted Frock Suits at gre^t bargains. A grand, line
of bus mess suits from $6 up. These ars mom at the
t&TllfSSi, .full Une Suits sod
^tr^utoJfcjSfS^.3d'?SS;
and Vests in gr*at variety at lower prices than srer.
OAK HALL.
n8 Cornsr lOthsadT sts. n.w.
TJTI nwTT. cmLDBEN SUITS AT $330. $3
^LONDON ANDhLlV^tpdoL*(SoTHING OO^
Bedding Ahd TJpholbteby.
TAL? BEDdSoTK)*
I Oth and A sts. s.e.
i Samples sent out -and
I the prices of Fine
1 ths best kinds of
Send postal card.
TKTE HAVE BOYS' SUITS AHD OVERCOATS FBOK
AN?)1 LIVERPOOL CLQT^Kjaoa^
CoLLABS
bS-IM
^^fBEY.
WITH SPOON AND SAUCEPAN.
An Hoar la the Cooking School with
the High School Oteto.
POAOnva AX BOO AJTD "lAjronr*" IT ? A
?*ow tis cooxrao scbools haxaobp?
m imiL or nwTnucno*?io* t*e
OOCmSXS Ut AEEANOED.
It m egg day in the High School cooking
clam. A group of girU, all wearing white
aprons, stood around a kitchen range. An im
portant experiment was going on. It wu the
poaching of an egg. Several of the girls had
tried their hands at breaking eggs, striking
them sharply, so as to break the egg in two.
and then emptying the contents into a bowl so
deftly that the yolk remained nnbroken. It is
quite a knack, as anyone may find out by try
ing. There was a frying-pan on the range
partly filled with water and a poacher with
three rings for eggs was placed in it. One of
the girls of the class had to tell when the water
was boiling, or heated enough to drop the egg
into it. Then, in the presence of the clans, the
same pupil poured the egg to be poached out
of the bowl into one of the ring*. During the
two minutes and a half required to cook the
egg. Miss Jacobs, the instructor, discounted on
eggs in general, and this egg in particular.
The pupils watched the pan and the poacher
and the egg. while the water simmered and
bubbled, and the filmy part of the egg grew
opaquely white.
WHY IT WAS OXE-SIPED.
"Why is it," said a wise young miss, "that the
yolk of the egg goes to one side?"
That looked liked a poser, but MiM Jacobs
responded:
"Because it is the heavier part."
"But why doesn't it stay in the middle?
"Because the pan is tipped a little," said Miss
Jacobs.
"Oh," said the inquirer, with a somewhat
crushed air. She had thought she was on the
vergn of a great scientific discovery.
"Can you tell me," said Miss Jacobs, "*hv
some of the white comes np on the outside of
the poacher?" _ . ,
Here, indeed, was a hard one. The girls
looked at the egg. looked at the film in the
water outside the ring that enclosed the egg.
looked at Miss Jacobs, looked at one another,
thought over all they had studied in their nat
ural philosophy and chemistry, and gave it up,
at least all gave it up except one very practl
C*"Ilecau8e," said this pupil, "the poacher isn't
down tight."
"Yes; that is it." said Miss Jacobs.
Then all the girls laughed. They thought
the question required some very wise answer,
but now they saw it, just as another company
of very wise people once saw it when Christo
pher Columbus made a simple experiment with
an egg.
PISHINO THE KOO.
When the class had sat as a court of inquiry
on the egg and decided that it was cooked
enough, one of them was deputed to toko it
from the fire and dish it.
"How will she get it?" asked Miss Jacobs.
There are not many people, besides practical
housekeepers, perhaps, who would think tliis
?irnsentea a serious problem, but let one who
hinks it is easy go to a kitchen, poach an egg.
take it up and serve it on the table in present
able shape, and he will find there is much to
learn in the process.
"She will lift the saucepan," said one mem
ber of the class.
"Saucepan? Ia thia a spider?" said Miss
Jacobs. ' .
"Frying-pan." sang out several members of
the class, in the gleeful tone that a class and
societv at large always assumes when it catches
one of its members tripping.
"That is right," said Miss Jacobs, f,she will
lift the frying-pan."
The pupil selected for the task thereupon
lifted tne pan. containing the poacher and the
poached egg. from the stove and bore it to the
kitchen table. There, with the class crowding
around her, under the instructions of Miss
Jacobs, she raised the hinged part of the
poacher so that the ring was removed from the
egg. It seemed then that the egg could be
slid off the flat surface on which it rested upon
the dish readv to receive it. The neophyte
discovered, however, that the white of the egg
adhered to the metal all around. The pupil
took a knife and undertook to insert it around
the edges so as to remove it without breaking.
This operation was almost accomplished, when
an awkward movement was given to the knife.
Alas! at the very moment of success the yolk
of the egg, that looked so round and plump
and firm, received a fatal stab from a friendly
hand. It seemed to melt into saffron tears and
soon was trickling in yellowish streams all over
the white. There was a chorus of "Ohs!"
when this calamity occurred. The egg. dis
ordered as it was, was transferred to a dish,
seasoned with salt and pepper, and solemnlv
tasted bv each member of the class in turn.
The verclict was that it was more palatable
than the steamed egg, which had been pre
pared just before the exercise in the poaching
was begun.
TAxnco HOTM.
The class then went into the adjoining room,
where there is a long table. Seated about
the table they wrote down in note-books a prac
tical recipe for poaching eggs, each drawing
up. in her own language, directions or a descrip
tion of the process of poaching. Miss Jacobs
told a Stab reporter that tho practice was this
vear different from that of last year when re
cipes used first to be dictated by the teacher,
and written alike in all the note-books. V<ow
the teacher talks about the material to be used
and the processes to be followed in cooking, and
then there is a practical demonstration. After
that the girls write their own recipes. When
the class had finished the work in their note
books, Miss Jacobs gave a little practical talk
on digestion. This is a thing that a good many
cooks never think about. In conduc ting the
school practical teaching in chemistry as ap
plied to the materials or the processes of cook
ing and phvsiology is blended with the instruc
tion in cooking.
A MANUAL or TEACHING.
Miss Jacobs, who is in charge of the cook
ing school attached to tho Washington High
School, and Miss Slote, who has charge of the
cooking school on Capitol Hill, have prepared
a manual of teaching, which is now in use in
all the cooking schools of the public schools.
This manual provides for a three years' course.
The lessons in cooking begin in the seventh
grade, and the last year of instruction in this
branch of knowledge' is, or will be. received by
the girls in their first year's attendance at the
High School. Ab this is the second year that
the schools have been in operation the plan
has not vet been fully carried out, and High
School girls are receiving eome of them the
first and some of them the second year's course
in cooking. After this year the matter will have
arranged itself. Miss Jacobs, however, is now
blending the third year with the second years
instruction of some of her more advance!!
classes. The third year will take the pupil
into the higher reaches of the culufair art.
From the very first, however, the pupil learns
at each lesson something that can be put into
practice at once in the kitchen. The synopsis
or plan of instruction gives first the general
heading of cooking, under which there is four
sub-headings: L Definition. S- Purposes. S.
Processes. (, Incidental and general inform
ation respecting materials, sonroes, processes
of preparing and combination, care and selec
tion ofmaterials. Under the head of pro
cesses six are named: A. Boiling., B. Stewing.
C. Broiling. D. Baking. E. Frying. F. pre
serving. Then each process ia to be taken up,
the materials to be treated and the utensils
used to be fully explained by precept and ex
ample.
A *MtT T SECTION Ot THE OOC1SK.
The manual gives the course in detail. For
instance, at the beginning of the course the
teachsr devotes herself to the general subject
of boiling, aeoording to the folio wing instruc
tions:
1. Talk about cooking to disoover what it is,
how it effects food-materials and what ia need
ful (or cooking.
Heat; natural and artificial
Fuel; wood, charoo*l, coal, gas.
Give directions for making a fir* and make
one.
S. Teach boiling by means of experiments,
(a) Heat a cup of water, noting the change
in temperature boa time to time. Note sim
mering and bailing.
longer to boil mlt water than it doee to boil
fresh water.
(e) Put n piece of freeh meat into boding
water for a short time. Mote the reanlt to meat
and water. Cat the meat and note the reeult.
Show the effect to meat and water of eold
water on moot (thia requires same time). Cut
the meat and note the result. Bofl the water.
(?f) Break an egg tale boiling water and
another into eold water. Note the reeolts.
Boil the eold water with the su. Draw in
Hot water 1
To retain the nutriment in the article boiled
put tike article into boiling water and boil; to
hare nutriment mix with the water pot the
article into eold water and haft.
(?) Make beef ton.
t?Have the
Boil nnl for broth.
4. Make jellied soup stock.
Noma.?Teach which part* of mest ("beef,
mutton and UmtA arr sM>d for soup*. (*how
economy of making stock. Teach the pupils
how to distinguish between fresh ana *t*le
meats (appearance, smell. Ac.)
5. Poach em. ]
It is optional with papil* in the public school*
whether they take lesson* in cooking ?* not
About one hundred and ninety-live girl* from
the High School attend Miss JacoW classes.
These classes are accommodated in one of the
houses on O street, opposite the High School
building, reuted for the accommodation of the
manual training and cooking school* and the
overflow fromthe crowded main building. In
the adjoining house Miss Watt* conduct* a
cooking school, attended by at vt uth and eighth
grade girls from several school building* 111
that part of the city. Mis* Watt* has about
two hundred and ten pupils. The five other |
cooking schools attached to the white schools
are all well attended. The teacher* of these
schools are Normal School graduate*, who. in
addition to their regular normal course, have
taken a special courwe iu cooking. The pupil*
come to the schools only once a week, so the
teacher ha* several classes each day. and go??*
through substantially tho same routine with
each class.
a slick or POTATO.
When The Stak reporter passed from Miss
Jacobs' school to Mi** Watts' school he found
assembled there about a kitchen table a cUk
of younger girls, who were deeply interested
in some experiments Mum Watt* was explaining
with a sliced potato. She wa* explaining the
nutrient qualities of the potato, the different
effects of cold or boiling water upon them, or
of exposure to air. Sno showed the starch
cells in the potato, and in the course of the
discussion brought out the fact that Saratoga
chips are less nutritious than plain. old-fasb
ioned boiled potatoes, because the treatment
to which they are subjected extracts the *tarch.
While the class wa* engaged in making notes
of some of the experiment Miss Watt* ?aid to
The Stab reporter that some of the girl* * hen
thev first came to her classes did not know how
to handle a broom to sweep out the kitchen.
Ail the work of the kitchen is performed by
the girls. Every week in each class a house
keeper is appointed, and others are designs ted
to wash the utensils or put them away. The
practical instruction extends to the proper
handling of a dish-rag as well as to the season
ing of a ragout. The kitchens are kept a*
clean and bright as the most fastidious hou*< -
wife could desire. The pupils are expected to
put into practice at home 111 the interval of a
week between lessons the instruction received,
?nd to report the fact to the teacher.
In reply to a Star reporter's inquiries the teach
er* said that the classes, so fur as they could
judge, were composed mostly of girl* who are
not likely ever to nave to earn a living by cook
ing. They are perfecting thenirtelvea in tin
of housekeeping. In some cases the girl* in
the schools are already well versed in cooking.
Principal Lane, of the High School, said one ot
the girls asked to be excused from the lessoM
in bread-making, saying that she had for tlireo
years made all the bread for her father's fam
ily. No sample of the bread was submitted.
Miss Lathe, the vice-principal of the High
School, said that the girls who took upon them
selves this extra course did not seem to suffer
on that account in their standing iu other
classes. They attend the cooking school only
once a week, and it is rather a pleasant diver
sion.
A LO!?ELT Torso HAH.
All the pupils in the cooking schools are girls
except one. This is a courageous youth in the
High School who wanted to learn how to cook
and is doing so. He goes, note-bowk in hand,
every week with a class of fifteen or twenty
somewhat mischievous-looking giris. mid aits
with them at Miss Jacobs' feet, or to be more
strictly correct, stands with them around Mix
Jacobs' table. Principal Lane said lie had
aaked the young man no qii. -turns. ItMlot
believe that cooking should remaiu a st aled
book to anyone who wanted to learn. Whether
this veiing man intends to keep bachelar's hall
or is going to settle on western lauds, leading a
solitary life in a prairie shock, or intends to
become a diplomat, knowing that the surest
i way to the hearts of most tuen is through their
stomachs, are questions to be settled by watch
ing hi* career.
HYMEN'S SL'tiAU TIU'ST.
Col. Switz.ler Dof? "Not Tlilnk True
Liove and Marriage is a Failure.
Col. Wm. P. Switzler, chief of the Bureau of
Statistic*, read a paper before the Unity Club
at its meeting at the Spenceriau Business Col
lege last night. He treated tho subject* his
torically and philosophically. He ndmitted
the topic* were as old as our civilization, but
the interest in them is ever new, exhaling
zephyr* redolent with the freshness of the gar
den* of spring, and inspiring us with the activi
ties of a new discovery. He maintained that
love was not a myth, although it may be a mys
tery in respect to the |>otency of its influence on
human conduct and character. It i* the master
passion of the nuinan heart?not a myth, or a
conceit of the brain, or an hallucination, or a
disease of the liver, but a substantial entity, a
fact, a force, a living signification, and on. of
the greatest (if not the greatest I moral, esthetic
and hygienic forces that controls human life. He
maintained it was all-prevailing: that the \ ouug,
middle-aged, and even the old of botli hcxcn
were susceptible to it* benign influence.
Omitting any extended discussion of the
various forms of love?love of country, love of
race, maternal, paternal, filial, and brotherly
j and sisterly love?he confined himself chiefly
I to the love subsisting between the sexes during
| the pre-matriniouial state, called romantic
| love. This he exalted above all other dcvclop
I mentri of love, a "love divine, all love excell
ing." a monopolist, or iu the current language
i of our politic* and commerce, "a syndicate,"
'?? trust''?most likely
A MliAR TUI ST,
a ''love with all thine heart, and with all thy
soul, and with all thy might;" a love, one of
whose cardinal tenets is thut marriage should
be a continuation and not an end of courtship.
He believed that the ancient*, who seemed to
have no proper conception of the true sphere
of woman, understood little or nothing of ro- I
mantic love, which is a modern sentiment, un J
outgrowth of our advanced Christian civiliza
tion. It i* true a few isolated men of genius
like Socrates, from whose writings he rend an <
extract, who were in advance of their tunes
both in thought and sentimeut. hud a glimmer
of it, and therefore glimpses of it are tound iu
the mythology and literature of the Greek*,
Hebrew*, and Romans, but uot uutil the ap- j
pearunce of Dante'* "Vita Nuova" was the un- !
j searchable riches of the gospel of modern love,
the romantic adoration of u man for a woman, ]
or vice versa, revealed in definite language.
Some of the teats by which romantic love may !
be known to exist, as contradistinguished from
admiration for traits of character, real or un- ]
aginary, charms of person, position, family or
property were discussed, prominent among I
which was jealousy, which was denominated j
the salt and pepper of love, and it* first a* well
a* last true aigu. Much historical research wa* l
?hown to disclose the present coudition of
MISCALLED OOUBT8HIF AND MISCALLED XAB
BIAOE
among many of the semi-civilized nation* of j
the earth, concluding with a terrible denunci- ,
ation of marriage* for money, or position, where
true love ia an absent or subordinate factor.
He anathematized the proverb that "money
can buy anything," and deprecated it* evil in
fluence on our social life. Money cannot buy
anything. It cannot buy character, economy,
capacity, honesty, sobriety, truthfulness,
health, heroism or genius. It cannot buv ami
ability, or compatibility of temper, or happi
ness in the marriage relation where true love
is absent.
But it can bay, and often doe* buy, marital
disagreements, domestic hells, and scandalous
divorces. It may bay houses and call them
homes; fine carriages and call them chariots of
the blessed, and costly silks and satins, and
diamonds which vie with the stars in luster,
and call them robes of light worn by angels
radiant with brightness and glory. Bat if true
love be absent, if the blind god does not pre
side over the household, home becomes Hades,
carriages become hearses bearing living skele
tons to living tombs, silks and satins become
shrouds of buried happiness, and oostly gem*
death-coias on the closed eyelids of crashed
hopes and rained lives.
or far position, or both, end not chiefly far
lore, are still too common in Amerioe.
marriages are not made ia heaven, and ?
be solemnised before the court of Hymen with
out oatraging its true object* and functions.
If we oould lift the veil that hidee from public
view the wretchedness which they have en
tailed upon mankind we weald behold house
holds utterly wrecked by them, presenting each
a picture of distrust, inooi
opinion in seething them ee witt lurid light- ]
ning. Tetttis not hns^OrtMiirtid^tti
tea Mlure. It is not n tailors, for It is er- ]
dained of Heaven; is the talwarh of enr^w
Ohrirfmn ""?"bTteT4 * **
IM?KS< KIHAHly IIOItKIRUK.
Fearful Wnrk of MJtrk the Hipper" M
Ml? UImi V ictlm.
The bftfhpry of another woman in Latdoi
baa renewed the excitement in that city. It ia
?aid the murdered woman told a companion
Thursday e veuing that she ,M wlliu(U,
and would commit suicids if ,b# did not obtain
a aupph. It haa been barn. j
apectably drrwed, accosted the victim and
offered her money. TV-v h.? i. -dg.!?.
on the second floor of the 1 afreet house
No noiae ?a? heard dunnK the night and noth
ing was known of the inurhr until the land*
Ua.v went to the im early Fridav morning to
aak for her rent. J h.- iir?t thiug" ahe aaw on
entering the r<H?ni was the woman's l> resets aud
viscera lying on a table.
Doraet street ia ah<irt and narrow and ia
situated cloae to Mil. r Square and llaubary
street. *
In the house of rommona vesterdav Mr
Conybeare naked .f it w.. true that anothe^
woman had b.-?n murdered in London. Gen.
Warren, chief of the Metropolitan police,
ought not to be au|>ersedcd by an gOo?loe?
tonwd t?> investigate crime.
The question wa* gr.? ted hr rrira of "(Ik "*
??Oh!" The apeaker celled "Order order and
said that notice must be given of the question
in the regular way.
Mr. tonybcare' replied: "I havo given pri
vate notice." n
The sjoeakcr?"The notice mutt be ??..t+ ia
writing.
Mr. Cunningham Graham then asked whether
Oen. Warren had already resigned. to which
Mr. Smith, the government leader, replied,
"No."
TH* SCENE or TUP. c?mt_
The London correspondent of the Philadel
phia PrtMS gives the following particulars of
the brutal orime of "Jack the Uipiier," ita vic
tim. and the locality in which it waa com
mitted. The aame waa in a conrt off lioraet
street. Out of the latter opens an arched inmw
age. low and narrow. A big man walking
through it would bend hi* h. ?d aii<l turn aide
ways to keen hia shoulders from rubbing
againat the dirty brick*. At the cud of the
passage there ia a high court not (. n f,,.f |>r<iad
and thirty long, thickly ?liiti amdn il all
itrouud for sanitary reason* to the height of ten
feet. That i? Miller t'ourt. Miaerv i? written
all over the place, the worst kind of London
miaerv, auch tut those who have lived their
lives ii> America can have no idea of.
The lirst door at the end and on the right of
the nassage opens into a tinv damn room ou a
level with the pavement. The landlord of thla
aud neighboring rooms ip a John McCarthy,
who keei>* a little ahoi> in Dorset street. on the
side of tne passage. About a year ago be rented
it to a woman wiio looked about thirty. She
was popular among the females of the neigh
borhood. shared her beer generously, as 1 Lava
been tearfully informed, aid went under th?
title of Mary Jane McCarthy. Her landlord
km w that she had another name, kelh.that
of her husband, but her friends had uot heard
of it.
Mary Jnnr took np her residence in the little
room in Miller Court when K IIv left her.
Since tbcu her Iifa haa b.n that of all the
women about her. I<ust night she went ont as
usual aud was seen at various times np to 11 AO
| drinking at various low beer shops in Com
mercial street. At last just Itefore midnight
ahe went home with some man. who appears
to have dissuaded her from making a good
night visit, as was her cn?tom. at a drtnkmg
place neareat her room. No descriptioncau be
obtiiiui d of this man.
Itipht opposite the passage leading to Mary
Jhik s room there is a big bxlglug-house where
the charge is four pence for a bed. Some men
1 congregated about the door at midnight are
sure they saw a man aud woman, the latter
being Marv Jane, stop to laugh at a poster on
one side of the passage, which offers 4.1(H) re
l ward for the W hitecbapel nwderer. The man
( must have enjoyed the joke, for be him?elf
was the W'hltechapel murderer beyond all
doubt. The men who saw him cau only aay
that he di<l not look remarkable.
At 10o'clock this nioruing, just aa the Lord
M i'ir was c limbing into his ^ >M< n carriage,
'three horrified jHiIic nicn who had tirst looked
in through Marv Janes window aud tin n drunk
big glasses of brandy to steadv thcmselvea,
were breaking in her door with a pick axe.
Tin- Whitecliapel murderer has done liia work
with more thoroughness than ever before. The
miserable woman a body was literally scattered
all over her room. Almost every conceivable
inutilatiou had been practiced on the body.
FitioHrrtx nrrcHEET.
The butchery was so frightful that more than
nil hour was spent by the doctor* iu endeavor
ing to reconstruct the woman's body from the
pieces, so aa to place it in a coffin aud hava it
photograph) d.
To-night at midnight Tiorset street and all
the neighborhood whs swarnnug with a typical
degradi d W 111 tec ha pe| throng. Thoac with
any money were getting drunk very fast. Many
sober women and all the drunken ones were
crying from terror, while the men lounged
about singing or fighting and chaffing the
women according to their ideas of humor. Th*
police were and are doing nothing of import
ance. The poor woman * fragments, put to
pethcr as skillfully as possible, arc lying in the
Honndsditch Mortuary m a scratched aud dirty
shell of a coffin often used before. While the
body was tteing carried from the acene of the
murder thousands crowded as near as the po
J lie*' would allow, au<l gazed with lifted capa
aud pitying faces at the latest victim.
the mi Ktirneii woman's rau
The most interesting individual in Miller
court was a women who had intimately knows
the dead woman. Mary Jane's pal, ahe called
herself. Hit room is directly oppoaite the
murdered woman'a. and its agitated proprietor
stood in the doorway urging a young girl with
straggling wisps of red hair who had started
, for bet r not to be gone a nnunte. She assured
me that she would be guld to talk to me while
Kate was away, just to forget the horrors. This
| woman spoke well of the dead. She had not
|nlwa\- l? < ii .n | ? aceat.li term? W 11h the mur
i dered woman, but they were good frieuda,
though quarrelsome. Mary Jaiei waa pretty
before she waa cut up, Mary said, aud she waa
only twenty-four, not thirty, as she looked,
but she would fight and did uot care what sort
of place ahe lived in.
Trouble Among the Knight a.
CHICAGO bELXOATEH TO THE OONVEBTIOX !
aOAJMST POWUERLT.
A special dispatch to the Philadelphia
from Chicago, November 9. says: It ia among
the possibilitiea that the coming aeaaion of the
general assembly of the knights of I^abor,
which meets in Indianapolia next Wednesday,
may be the last one held. The fight in the
order, which haa been ao persistent by the
rebels, will be kept np. it being the intention
to give Powdarly no quarter whatever. Tbey
aay they will not only drive him from power,
but purge his administration of ev.-rythiug bad
in it. which mean's, according to their way of
rcaaoning it out. that the way to do it i* to kill
the old organization altogether aud build a
new one on ita ruins. Tom 1 tarry and W. Carl
ton are now gathering their forces and declare
they will have revenge. Chicago is the hot
bed" of the rebels, and this city will be wrll
represented at the forthcoming scmmou. Every
possible influence will be brought to bear on
the delegates, and while Powderly, of conrae,
will be re-elected, if he will accent, the rebels
propose to ao fix it. if they can, that th*
will not even be offered him.
la thla the Heiwl?
(Lord backvlll?, loguitor.l
'Aren't we always been on 'and.
In hevery clime.
Making our neighbors hun<1erstand
That we run this universe, sea aud land.
By Greenwich Ume?
Wen they're been In 'ardablpa, ooee or
An ad It rough.
Did they And us backward or borer ntoa
In giviug 'em censure and n??l haUvwa,
And now and again a cuff.
To tot 'em know that a watchful her*
Forever glows
With the Are of a mission |
Of poking hlnto their I
A mother's nuaeT
slon pure an
tamily pie
'Aren't we freely spoke our i
To their face?
To n Yankee failing of hany kind
Ave we bever been deaf, or dumb <
'At* they forgotten hall the _
We stood their friend??
Th* money we're apaat on prfraleers?
Tha paupers W*>* Mai '??, and
peeia??
I* thla the

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