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Prepared for a Note*. s German minister, to the dVy from Lenox ud New cttj, and is at the legation on 1Mb street, m hill tooaaa of the house are being ar lUfrf Tbr ttxa viator'* ate. The polished loan of the greet drawing-room are partially eorsred With oriental rags, the long divans filled with soft oeshions. and the mantels and kUM are set win quaint articles of vertu and phtflographs. A large charcoal sketch of Bis marck adorns ? draped easel in one corner at the room. Count d' Arco expects to receive his sister, the Coon teas d' Arco, on the 6th of Mit month. She was to have arrived in thia coon try yesterday, but was detained in Her departure from home. Mr. Alphonse vobMuiell, who wa? appointed first secretary of legation to succeed Baron von Zedtwitz. now minister to Mexico, is in Europe on an extended leave, and will not return to this country until next January. In the meanwhile Count d'Arco is alone at the legation. General Beverly Robertson met with a severe aooident while visiting Mr. and Mrs. Haskell, in Richmond, thia week. He has returned to Washington, and is now able to be out. Mrs. Manney. wife of Lieutenant-Comman der Xanney. has rented her house. No. 1629 16th street, to Mrs. Alexander Davis, of Syra cuse. N. T. The house adjoins that lately taken by Secretary Vilas. Mrs. and Miss Audenreid returned from New York city on Monday. They gave a charming dinner party for young people last evening in honor of Mr. Woodfield, of England, who is bow in the city. Admiral and Mrs. Upshur will leave the city on San day for New York, from which point they will sail for Europe early in the week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll, who took Admi ral Upshur's Rhode Island avenue house, will not take possession of it on the first of Decem ber, as he had intended, and, probably, may not come here this winter at all. They are deeply mourning the lose of their daughter. Miss Irene Carroll, whose sudden death sur prised every one. Secretary and Mrs. Whitney entertained at dinner last evening a large party of wadding guests who came from Boston and Salem to attend the Endicott-Chamberlain wedding. There were thirty guests at table. An addi tional party of forty, mainly the young friends whom Mrs. Endicott's guests had previously met here, were asked in at 10 o'clock to spend the remainder of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dorant and Miss Durant. of Chicago, are at Willard's hotel. They spent the winter here last year. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Howells. who are in New York city, expect to visit this city during the Dr. and Mrs. May (the latter was Miss Amy Draper) are on their way from New York to this city by a circuitous route. They were married in New York on Wednesday. They Will reside here for the winter. CoL Charles Lincoln and family have re turned to the city front Michigan, where they ?pent the autumn months. Ex-Senator aud Mrs. Henderson, of Missouri, are at the Richmond, where they will remain an til the completion of the handsome residence they are building upon 14th street extended. Senator and Mrs. Hawley have returned and are located for the winter at their home, 2030 2 street. Misa Tiers, of Rhode Island, will give a lunch con to-morrow to a number of young ladies. Mrs. Rudolph Kauffmann will give a luncheon to-morrow. The marriage of Mr. Chas. B. Cropley, of the firm of Cropley, Boteler A Crampton. to Miss Grace M. Elmore, of Baltimore, was celebrated yesterday at the Emery Methodist Episcopal chapel, in Baltimore, by the Rev. A. G. Ocker man. The future residence of Mr. and Mrs. Cropley will be at 3333 M street. Six brothers of the groom were preseut at the marriage. Judge Montgomery, of the Supreme Court of the Diatrict. has taken house No. 1611 29th Street for his future residence. Mr. T. B. Miller, of Old Point Comfort, Va., and Miss Era Claire Bentzler, of this city, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Bentzler. were quietly married Wednesday evening at St. Aloysius" church by the Rev. Father Mc Ouirk. The bridal pair started immediately for Old Point, where they will reside. Card* have been received by friends here an nouncing the marriage in Tacoma. W. T., on the 7th mst.. of Miss Etta Ramsdell. formerly of this city, to Mr. Howard R. Goodwin. Mr. Goodwin is a lawyer in practice in Tacoma. where the young people will make their future Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Noyes have come in from '"Alton." the country residence of Mr. C. S. Noyes. a nd will be located during the winter at Mrs. Sarah Rittenhouse's place, "Bellevue," just off 28th street, on Georgetown Heights. Mr. De Valin. of the navy, with his family, has taken possession of his new residence, No. 1306 New Hampshire avenue. DISTRICT GOVERNMENT. ASXXKO THAT THX CHARGES BE CANCELLED. Some time ago Mr. C. H. Cragin. as attorney for the heirs of Joseph Nicholson, late of Georgetown, in a letter to the Commissioners, requested that the charges made on the books ?gainst lots 12, 13, 14 and 15, square 12. for ad vertising said lota for sale be cancelled. It appears that the time the advertising of the property was made there was a suit pending. Da this point Chief Roome, of the special assessment division, to whom the matter was referred, seeks information. The matter, how ever, at his suggestion was referred to Attorney Riddle for report. In passing upon the cast Mr. Riddle says: ,-Why were not the costs paid when the assessment was received? My opin ion in the matter referred to is sent me. My impression is that I held that extending the time of payment prevented a sale and rend ered the advertisement nugatory. I think, though, that the cost of advertisement up to the date of the act extending the time is a legal charge. The case referred to is pending, hut if the assessment is paid that ends it. They may have been paid in other cases, still pending, if so we ought to know it." nor tusrr rao* taxation. Some time ago Mr. Geo. M. P. King, for the American Baptist Missionary Society, petitioned the Commissioners for exemption from taxation ef the property of the society. The matter was referred to the assessor, who made the follow ing report: "The lots in Meridian Hill subdi vision, county, being part of lots 2 and 3 and Ert of lot 4, referred to in this connection, ?e no claim for exemption, as they are not a part of the seminary uroper, the building and grounds being used for the residence of the president of said seminary, and not in the meaning of the law for educational or chari table purposes. The property is to be em braced in the same category as parsonages, which are taxable." buildnio permits were issued to-day as follows: William Mayse A Co.. one brick dwelling. 315 E street nor'th eeet, 1*2,500. L. Stejneger, one frame dwell ing. oorner lanamg ana Burns streets; ?1.700. Peter Horrigan. one brick dwelling. 712 9th street southwest; f400. A Hutchinson, one frame store, 1435 11th street southeast; $300. The Estate of Mra. Weltba A. Emmons, til suit or rmor. uoioxs on heabiso is the DISTRICT SUPREME COURT. In the Court in General Term. Chief Justice Bingham and Justices James and Merrick, the ease of 9. F. Emmons agt. H. W. Garnett et aL, was argued to-day, Messrs. W. D. Davidge and Robinson A Robinson for the defendants, and Msem. Linden Kent and A. C. Bradley for the eomplainants. This case grows out of the con troversy over the estate of the late Mrs. Welthi. A. famous, who died February 12 last, leaving ? personal estate of about 945.000 and naming the oomplaiaaat and Mr. Garnett as executors. Prof. Emmons filed a caveat to the will, alleg ing that she was not of sound mind, and that nadne influence was used to secure its execu tion. Judge Cox directed that the issues be ?sat to the Cireuit Court for trial by jury, and from this Prof. Emmons sppealed. Prof. Em mons also filed a bill in equity for an injunc tkm to restrain defendants from dieposiug of the property, for s discovery ss to the property in their and for an account. The court ia this ease appointed Mr. Reginald Fendall the receiver, ana an appeal was also taken from this ordsr. The Death Record. Daring the twenty-four hours ending at 1 o'clock this aftsraoon. deaths were reported to the hfiH- oflkce. as follows: Mary Farquhar, whito. 55 years; Howard L. Hyatt, while, A jm, ?a W. Ryan, white. 2 days; Jos. Fato, whito, 3 months; Jos. H. Benson, white, U fees; May Btoektem, whito, 40 years; Paul JofeMoa. white. 4 veers; Flora Bruff, white. 25 John J Spell man, white, 6 months; John fc. Johnson, color ed,*> years; Henrietta E. Morgan, colored, 7 years; John J. Smith, col ored, 1 hoar ; Bertha Robinson, colored, 7 days. ?V LowxaXD ?The Baltimore and I express trains from Washington ? k^rs the fastest ever ran in re ru bers and the Quaker city. __ the Baltimore and Otoe i (are for superior service. ? IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY. What la Going On In the Neighborhood of Bockville. SETTLTNO EXACTION BETS?A tail CONTEST jihsonal xotes. Comejwndencs of Tib Intn, Bochville, Not. l?, 1888. A rifle shooting match took place at Sandy Spring on Wednesday last, which was partici ? h> ?tfeiar4- c- F- Brooke, Henry Miller, B. B. Wetherall, and F. M. HaUowelL The Frizes shot for were offered by a New York pa per, and consist of a Winchester repeating rifle, a Remington rifle and shotgun, and a copy of "American 8ports." The trial was at yard* off-hand, fine sights prohibited. Mr. Wetherall made the highest score. 44 out of a possible 50. As soon as reports from different parts of the country are in the prizea will be distributed. Rc>T- Father Jas. Connelly is making arrange rass ?k ? ideotof ??"vLjfe dtaHX 5&ESM.T Cooke Dickerson, who was stricken with paralysis at this place a few days ago, has somewhat unproved. and ia now considered out 01 danger. A large crowd of republicans and democrats met at Ashton, this county, on Monday even ing. to settle a number of election bets. In se ttlement of on? bet Justice Fairall. acting horse, treated Mr. C. J. OUpin to a ride in a road cart. Messrs. A. J. and Leonard Stabler appeared on the scene, each with a wheelbar row in which was a republican. The line of march was from Ashton to Sandy Spring and return, which was accomplished in good time, amid the laughter and jokes of about two hundred people. After the return, in satisfac tion of a bet, Mr. J. B. Halloweil was allowed to flash a large bucketful of cold water on the person of Mr. Louis Stabler. The marriage of Mr. Lee Offutt and Miss Mary E. Clements, of this place, is announced to take place at the residence of Dr. C. J. Maadox on Wednesday next. The residence of Mrs. J. Maughlin at Boyd's Station ww entered by thieves on Saturday night, but they were frightened away before they secured any booty. Jos. Parker, colored, was arrested on suspicion of being one of the party, but was released for want of evidence, Mr. Gwinn Harris, of Travilah. will leave in days for Birmingham. Ala., where he will in future reside. g. A. M. He Spends $400,000 a Year. THE LUXURIOUS Lirr LID BY TBI DUKE Or VON- 1 ? DELFI IN PARIS. Brilliant novelists and dramatists would un doubtedly find a subject worthy of study and description in the person of the duke of Mon delfl. an opulent member of the important Russian colony in Paris, writes the London Telegraph's correspondent. The duke leads a life which resembles to a certain extent that of one of those Roman em* perors or oriental potentates described by picturesque historians. He lives in a spendid hotel in tha avenue du Bois de Boulogne with his mother, nincess Woronzoff, who was sister of Nicholas Troubetzkoi, and a member of the household of the czar before her law suit with her nephew. Count Woronzoff. one of the Emperor Alexander's court marshals. The duke of Mondelfi is reported to have ?80.000 a year, most of which he manages to spend in a magnificent manner. He never goes to bed until daylight does appear, and he generallv gets up at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. After a meal, and extended at full length on a sumptuous divan, he receives his friends and visitors, his mother, tho princess, being present at the levee. On these occa sions the duke wears either a superb dressing-gown in ivory-colored plush lined with satin of the hue of the peach, and gar nished with silver braiding and ornamented with jewels, or an ample jacket of heliotrope velvet, braided with gold and clasped together with dileal coroueto studded with brilliants \\lule conversing with his visitors the host, it is said, tovs with precious stones and diamonds of rare value, but unpolished and uncut. In the intervals of conversation a band of Neapol itan singers warble the melodious airs of sunnv Italy, and these are succeeded by Tzigane musicians, who make the ducal halla ring with their native wild and diabolical strains. After each musical performance the leader of the band approaches the divan, kissed the hand of the most noble master of the house, and receives his orders for the next moreeaux of demoniac music. Later in the evening the duke repairs to a splendid cafe on the Boulevards, where he dines with his friends and listens once more to the liddlers to whom he distributes bountiful largesse in the shape of fistfuls of louis. while his guests quaff liberal bumpers of sparkling champagne in his honor. Such is the outline of the ordi nary life of an aristocrat in this capital, which, despite its Spartan republicans and the la meutatious of those who praise past days is still evidently a rendezvous of the gav and the luxurious. The Marquis of Qaeensberry. HE IS TO DINE WITH COL. BOB INOEESOLL AND doesn't like sullivan. From the New York Evening World. The grand prince of the prize ring, the Mar quis of Queensberry, recently arrived in this city on his way home, after an extended tour in Australia, and is now stopping at the Brevoort house. Yesterday he visited the office of the Police (icuette. where he related to a norld reporter his viewa of the recent Smith Kilrain contest. "It was the Kamest battle I ever witneased." he said, "and I am of the opinion that Kilrain was the better man throughout. I had my money on him although I would gladlv have lost it to see our own man win. When the fight wan about to commence I noticed that the sympathy of the spectators was all on Smith's aide as they were all gathered in hia corner, so I left the English aide and went over to Kil rain's to lend him encouragement After the tenth round I returned to my own aide as I saw Kilrain could get along without svmpathv "Smith's bulldog courage was the onlv" thing that saved him from defeat. He aeemei to me to be out-matched by the American. In the fifty-ninth round Kilrain dealt him a blow that would have felled an ox and we all thought it had settled the fight, but it didn't. Smith grad ually recovered, and. indeed, seemed to gather new strength. In many of the rounds there was scarcelv a blow struck. Kilrain aimplv went forward and threw Smith to the grass as if he did not care to punish hiin too severely " "Do you intend to witness the Dempaey Donovan bout at Brooklyn to-morrow even ing:1 "I have to dine with Col Bob Ingeraoll and another gentleman that evening and we mar all go over together and aee it." the ri?^rUg haTC y0Ur rules been force to "About twenty-three vears. I drew them up when I was at Cambridge. I held the light weight cup myself for two yeara and estab lished the rules, and when I left college I gave the cup to the Amateur boxing club in Loudon which adopted my rules, and they have been used ever since." ' ? What do you think of Sullivan?" "I always believed Sullivan waa a great boxer, but not a lighter: there ia a big difference be^ tween the two. I believe Mitchell would have beaten him if hia hand had held out. I would not like to say anything harah of Sullivan now. when he ia down, but I have never believed him to be the great terror he waa made. I pre UkVffva^ ^ KUram ^^tboaater Co^cil Dead-Lock Broke*. - ? 1 dead-lock in the Baltimore city council l" -ro '! 1*"t niffht. so far aa insuring the election of a permanent chairman of the first feh', .A "^nwratic member, after the dead lock had lasted four sessions, voted a blunk and thus elected Thornton Rollins, the independent democrat chairman. Rollins was eleited to the council by republican votes. It waa his vot ing with them that dead-locked the bodv. A t?.the Philadelphia !?? V de^?frftic managers would like to find out who voted that blank ticket It ia re ported that the real object of the democrat.^ tri"J**01"1'.ln 4"* warU* ot th? afth dia couucihneu. ont * couple of republican Inckcdiaeh* at Elizabeth.?Daring at tempts at incendiarism were discovered by the police at Elizabeth, New Je.?>v * 2 o'clock yesterday morni^ Sn i|0i0Lthti^iII,r^ *** Pennsylvania railroads and Mulford a lumber yard were found to be on Are in different places. Bunchea of oil-waked waste had been ignited and ahoved under the platform and between the lumber Wm J Burnes. aged 23 year., was n^the A Dispute Between Editors.?At Memnhi. 7fnn:' ^*<JDeeday, Henry Walsh, managing edU tor of the triad to shoot James fL Al fsjs, editor-in-chief of the Snmilar. torwvel ral days the two papers have been disputing circulation.e4ch claiming the larg est "Hie discussion descended into personali ties. Algee and Walah met in a saloon, and after exchanging a few words. Walah struck his ia the raoe with his fist and pulled a re volver , but wm prevented tnm wing it Both partis* havo BUYING VOTES IN INDIANA. Open Corruption at the Recent Election Cause* ? Demand for Ifeefon ? correspondent of the St. Loai* Globe-Dem ocrat. writing from Indianapolis,says: "There it ? feeling pretty general among tbe better ele ment* in both parties in Indian* that 'floater*1 moat go. The oonlng legislature will on doubt- j edly wrestle with an election law, and it looks bow a* if sentiment would ;dictate such strin gent provisions as will put a atop to the Sfc*n dalous practices. The abolition of the October election was one step forward, and a rigid elec tion law will be thefnext step. The sentiment in faror of reform, whioh ia Just now running very high, demands three things: 1. A system of registration which will pre vent these "floaters" from drifting in a few days before election to pick up t'JO bills for their votes. 2. A law which will keep the handlers of tickets some distance from the poll* and which will require that tha voter be admitted to the room where the judge* are, so that his vote may be cast without tha knowledge of its con tents by outsiders. 3. Something more than eight yean' dis franchisement for conviction of bribery. Ttie second demand needs a little explana tion. People accustomed to these regulations in other states can hardly appreciate how encouraging to the purchaae of voters the Indiana practice is. Here the two parties have their representatives at the window through which the vote is passed. The pur chased voter is walked up to tha window. He takes his ticket from tha agent of the party which has bought him and passes it through the window to the judge. The voter's hand moves scarcely 18 incnes from where he receives the ballot he is to cast to where be yields it to the judge. Hand and ballot of the voter are within sight of the party agent, and absolute certainty that the voter has don* that for which he was paid is assured. The growth of the vote-eelling industry in Indiana is almost incredible. An officer of the democratic state central committee stated to the writer that the last poll of the state, made just before the election, showed 22.000 "floaters." An offisial of the republican com mittee said that their last poll gave 14.000 floaters. As neither of these gentlemen had any reason to conceal or magnify the truth the figures are probably accurate. The elec toral vote of Indian* depended upon thi* un certain element. Chairman Huston, of the republican state central committee, says he can show legitimate expenditure for every dollar that passed through his committee. Chairman Jewett. of the democratic state central committee, talks the same way. They are both honorable gen tlemen, and they t?ll tbe truth. The books at both headquarters show disbursements for various legitimate campaign expe&ne^. and among these campaign expenses is th.- allow ance to the chairmen of the county committees. Of course state chairmen can't be expected to follow the dollars, after their disbursement, through second *nd third hands. _A county ch*inn*n told how the money was disbursed on election day. Said he: "None of us who were working the voters handled anv money. Two men were given the bag to hold, and they went into ata upper room which had been used for gambliug and had a little wicket in the door. Once inside, thoy kept themselves out of sight. When we had secured * voter we took him to the poll* and sent him to our worker, who stood at the window. The worker handed the voter the ticket and saw him give it to the judge of election. Then we gave the voter a little <?fceck with marks on it which the two men up-stairs in the gambling i room would understand. The checks were little pieces of pasteboard. If we had bought a man fqr 95 we put * V on the check. If the price was $10 we put an X dowh, and if it was I *20 we marked X*. The voter took the check (up-stairs. shoved it through the hole in the door and got bis money. The bag gave out in my place four times that day. and I went and got more money each time. Talk about 'two-dollar' campaigns! This was a 'ten-dollar' campaign, and some men got ua high a* $20 apiece for their vote*." The forms the county chairman describes were adopted to prev?*nt evidence of bribery, but he says the bartering was the moat open and businesslike he ever knew in all his expe rience in Indiana politics. Men offered their votes for sale, ana discussed the price as if they were selling potatoes, not principles. Disinfect Jacksonville. From the New York Sun. Surgeon-General Hamilton haa shown such ability and good sense in his struggle with the Florida epidemic that it is difficult to believe that he intends to adopt any half measures in the final stamping out of the germs of the disease. Congress acted generously aad wisely in respect of the appropriation, and it should be applied as it was intended it should be applied, namely, to the complete and absolute extermination of the plague. It is now stated that the surgeon-general will assume the responsibility for the destruction of the infected beds and bedding only of the very poor, and that he recommends that the citv authorities of Jacksonville impose a penalty /or the conceal ment of all. infected articles. There could be no greater mistake. Jack sonville should be dealt with in a far more radical manner, and it is the function of the surgeon-general to do it. Anv such measure as he appears to propose would only result in the locking up of yellow fever germs in perfect Sreservation, with the certaintv of the disease i reaking out again with the earliest breath of | summer weather. Jacksonville should be dis infected absolutely and beyond all reasonable doubt. There should be no evasion of the re sponsibility, and it can devolve upon no more able or trustworthy shoulders than those of Surgeon-General Hamilton. Let there be no false economy or red tape misapprehension about it. It is not the wel fare of Jacksonville that is at stake, but that of the whole United States, to say nothing of immediate needs of thousands of northern people. Everything in Jacksonville upon which sanitary suspicion rests should be made in a wise and liberal spirit. The commu nity is * poor one and can bear no more bur dens now, and humanity and common sense dictate imperatively that no small considera tions shall prevail in dealing with the subject. Burn the bedding. All of it! Found After Twenty-five Years. insane mr. Dillon's sister hadn't seem him SINCE HE ENLISTED AS A SOLD IE*. A Boston special to tha New York Sun says that there is good material for a romance in the restoration of an Insane brother to * sister who has been searching for him for a quarter of a centnry. The police or the North End found the man on the street trying to sell medi cine which he claimed would cure insanity in two minutes. The storv was published and the sister saw it. The similarity of names aroused her interest. She went to" the police station and saw her brother, who had been missing ever since he went to the war. He enlisted in a Massachusetts company and went to the front. At the battle of Spotsylvania he was missing. As he was a favorite with his company the survivors made every effort to find his body, believing that he must have been shot They could find no trace of him. They then raised a flag of truce, and looked for him among the dead in the enemy's line, but he waa not there. Afterward a fruit less search was made for him in the rebel pris ons. Since that time his sister has never heard a word from him. and she believed that he must have been killed and buried as an un known. She wrote to the War department at Washington almost every year to ascertain whether any tidings had been received of him. It is now known that the missing man has been wandering all these years in various cities, not knowing where hi* friend* were, and unable to remember anything save that he was in the war and that his name was Dillon. It is be lieved that he must have been shot in the he*d, ?nd that he was rendered insane thereby. Dil lon has been taken back to the insane institu tion at Bridgewater. from which place ha es caped and came to this city. Stabbed bt a Treacherous Friend.?James Hunt. * member of tha Georgia legislature from Catoossa county, was killed in Atlanta Thursday afternoon by H. 8. Moore, a railway mail agent The two man were fast friends i and room-mates, Moor* being also from Ca 1 too***. While in their room they began wrest ling *nd sparring. Hunt seems to have hurt ' Moore, who draw * pocket-knife *nd * tabbed his opponent in tha stomach. Hunt died in I twenty minute*. Ha was a young man just elected to the legislature, which is now in ses sion. Moore escaped, bat waa afterward ar rested. , Prof. Geo. A. Hoadley. of Northampton, Mass., has been elected to the vacant professor ship of physic* at Swarthmora college, Pa. Dr. 8. C. House, a practicing physician of Pariah. Oswego aonnty, N. Y., was Kill by the cars on tbe Niekel Plate road near North East, Pa., yesterday. Ha was ft m*a ?f sixty-five. The presumption is that he had wandered away from bow* while in ? fit of temporary insanity. David Devlin, eight ya*n old, was yesterday oonvicted *t Jersey City, N. J., for Stealing two pounds of candy and * gold w*tch valued at ?1M. Hefe the jouagert thief ever tried in th*t county. John A. Steven*, aster and aathor, has been granted a divorce tnm May B. Stevens, the WANTED?HELP. jrtess. 'RED GIRL TO ?boat the he aw; can lUy * ... - ?1NISHING >32 Tth si. u. If WbKtjgST XA or ISSSISf 0,11 Quick. DICK'S AGEXC^ Men 613 nl6-2t* *AA V?-~* WANTED-A WHITE WOMAN AS GENERAL servant, must be a good plain cook. Apply 1314 19th st. n.w BM9f WANTED?EXPERIENCED PRESS BOY. AP plyat printing office, fourth floor, 719 Mkrket Space. If -WANTED?AT UME WASHINGTON'S, 1223 F " at., two .Cloak Hands, one Braider and on* Ap prentice. If ANTED?A YODNO MAN TO WOKE FOR Hums Library Association; must have good reference* and bt> willing to work. Apply Boom 8, 1010 F st. n.w. If WANTKD-A YODNO MAN WITH $340 CASH, with services, good security, and good chance to the right party. ~Aodrens D N? Star office. nl4-3t* _ WANTED-A YODNO WHITE GlklTTb" TAKE care u( children and aaaiat about the housework , good home; references. 1326 Wauack Place. nl0-2t WANTED-A NORTH GERMAN WOMAN AS lady's maid, must be well educated and have food refereucea. Apply at 17241 at. on Monday, Not. 19, at about 0 p.m. If WANTED-BOY. ABOUT SIXTEEN, TO MAEE himself useful on a dairy farm, near the city, by the mouth, references required. Apply corner 5th and H eta. n. e. If WANTED ? NEAT, INTELLIGENT YOUTH about seventeen years for office duties; brtug re ference. and apoly hefore 11a.m. H. B. SMITH, studio, corner tsth anil Mans. ave. u.w. If _ WANTED-A NEAT. C APABLE "WOMAN TO DO the work for a family of two; must be a good cook and bring references; good wage*. Apply st 1409 30th St., Saturday and Sunday, between 4and 6 p.m.l* \*TANTED-A LADY'S MAID WHO IS A GOOD TT seamstress; French womau preferred and recom mendations required. Apply 1623 K at. n!5-3t WANTED^-A YODNO COLORED MAN TO DRIVE wagon; must be acquainted with city and have good reference. Apply, after 7 p.m., to S. W. ADOEN BTKIN, S17 7th st. n!5-2f WANTED-WHITE WOMAN. WITH GOOD CITY references, to cook snd do general housework; small family. Apply ftiom 518, Ebbitt House, be tween 2 and3 or after 6 p. in. nl5-0t WANTED?A YOUNG LADY TO ADDRESS EN veloj<es on a type-writer or csligraph, by the week or thousand. Address "BUSINESS," Star office, stat ing compensation expected, speed, experience, &o. ril4-3f VET ANTED?A COMPETENT WHITE WOMAN TO T T cook, wash and iron; references required. Small family. Call at 917 I st. n.w. n!4-4f WANTED - A BRIGHT, ENERGETIC YOUNG TT man to solicit advertisements. salary' to the right man. Address Box 84, Star office. nl4-3t WAN TED?8ALX3MEN FOROUB ADJUSTABLE Tt door plates (you Can eell and deliver at once). Door Rolls, House Numbers 4tc. $5 to $15 a day easily made. Send your address oh postal for free sample*, circular*, 4to. NEW YORK DOOR PLATE OO ^Albany, N. Y. n13-7t EMPLOYMENT FOB st n a > 0T8 ?ood meI1 agents. Apply SO,". F " nl2-t?w WANTED--FIRST-CLASS COOES Hp^workfrs, Maids, Nurses, Hous men. mit ? . GENERAL .. woraers, raaius. Nurses. Housemen Coach men, Butlers and others, i Swedish and liermau Women alwaya wanted). BURNHAM, 630-632 Fat. n.w.nl0-6* "\JLr ANTED?DUNDORE'S EMPLOYMENT BU TT rnsu, conducted by ladies, men snd women, white and colored, for all kinds of domestic labor, for District and status, with references. 717 M st. 0. ^ sc20-7w* W?? ANTED - LEARNERS FOR PROF. CHKIST NER'S New International Tailor System of Dress and Garment -?>? *?1 * WANTED?SITUATION^ WANTED-BY A GERMAN GIRL A SITUATION T T in German family. Address M B., Star office. If \VANTE1)-BY~A MAN FROM THE COUNTRY A Tt Situation In a store or offico; best of references. Address 1. P. NEAL. AnacosUa. D. C. If WaNTED-BY A RESPECTABLE WHITE GIRL A TT Situation in a private family to do plain sewing, assist in housework or chambermaid. Call or ad dress. for two days, 24201 st. n.w. It* \\TANTED-BY~A~RESPECTABLE WHITE GIRL, TT a place as chambermaid or waitress. Addreea u. X. Star office. It* WANTED-BY A WHITE MAN. A k>SIT10N AS clerk or driver in a grocery store; six years expe rience; best of reference given. Address C. T,, star office. nl6-2f A\T ANTED?AT headquarters - POSITIONS T T for Cooks, Chambermaid. Waitress, lAundress, snd Nnroes, Seamstress, Men Waiters. Cooks, Coachmen, Butlers. SAM'L A. COOMBS, 926 F St. n.w. nl6-2t* WANTED?KNOWN WHERE TO OF.T PROFF.S xioual and plain Cooks, Laundress. Maids, Nurses, Waiteress, Coachmen, Butlers. City references. Pri vate office attached-at DICE'S AGENCY, 613 7th n.w, nl?-2f AJJT AlfTED?BY A YOUNG SWEDISH WOMAN, TT a place as chambermaid or waitress in a private family. Call at 017 6th st n.w. If WANTED-BY A GOOD DRESSMAKER, SEWING by the day or week in private family. Address J. L., Star office. It* WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE COLORED girl a situation as nurse or chambermaid; has had experience as nurse; can furnish references. Call or address L. O., 2209 7th st n. w? near Grant ave. If WANTED-BOOKS WRITTEN UP DAILY~HY"~S thorough and practical accountant, including rriodical trial balance, charges reasonable Address B? Star office. nl6-3f WANTED-A LADY WITH EXPERIENCE WOULD like to take charge of furnished house or apart ments, for parties or elderly couple; best of references given. Address LADY, Star office. nl5-3f nl5-2f ~ W ANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE COLORED MAN a Situation as porter, waiter,coachman; good reference if required. Apply 2124 11th st. n.w. ? nl5-2f ANTED-BY A COLORED GIRL A PLACE AS chambermaid. Call or address 306 4H st s w. nl5-2f Wanted-by a respectable colored girl TT a situation as chambermaid or nurse in a Private family. Call at 6 Alexandria Court, bet. K and L, 20th and 2lst sts. u.w. ql&jf WANTED-BY A LADY VERY COMPETENT TO superintend a house; best of references. Address Mrs. J. H. C., Star office. nl5-3f W~ ANTED^SITUATIONS FOR 1,000 MENAND women as cooks, waiters, maids, nurses, drivers, housemen, scullions, dish washers, seamstresses.kc. (All help selected; no tramps.) lSl'RNHAM'S, 630-632 F nl4-3f WANTED ? HOTELS AND FAMILIES FUR nished with first-class White or Colored help; cooks, waiters, drivers and butlers always on hand: references guaranteed. J. B. BL'RGESS & CO., 925 F ?t. n. w. nl3-6t Vet anted-john f. brown is now located TT at 1523 P st. n.w., where he is prepared to fur nish families with good, honest, and reliable servants, and at the shortest notice. Also, first-class servants will find it to their advanU*?e to call early and secure good, permanent homes. lo23Pst. n.w. ocl7-lm WANTED?ROOMS. ?WANTED-AN ELDERLY OOUPLE WOULD 11 like to Join one or two adults in housekeeping, or would take rooms on or near street cars. Address ANCHOR, Star office. n!6-3f W'ANTRD-ROOM, WITH BOARD; ABOUT TEN TT minutes from Government Printing Office. Ad dress, with particulars. Box 58, Star office. nl6-2t* WANTED-BY A BACHELOR, A WEL1>FUR^ uished room within a few squares of the State de partment. Address "ROOM," State department. n!4-3t* WANTED-HOUSES. WANTED-TU 1'lRrHASE FOR (.'ASH 6-ROOM TT house with all modern improvements? lugood neighborhood; fifteen minutes walk from 12th and F sts. n.w. or s.w.; must lie cheap; prefer dealing with owner. AddressPROMPT, Star onice. nlj-3t? W" A NT ED-A BRICK HOUSE, IK FAIR LOCA TT tion. Northwest; worth from $2,500 to $3,500, for which a short lot on concreted st. n.w.. will be taken as a down payment. THOS. O. HENSEY, _nl2-eo?t ~ 1226 F st. n.w._ WAN ted-TO RENT-HOUSE AND GROUNDS, suitable for poultry-raising, at Mt. Pleasant or some point near the city. Address "POULTRY," Star office. n!4-3t* ~LOST ANDJFOIJND. Lost-IN GOING FROM 13TH AND F wra v? to 14th and P sta., by way of 14th st . f liK?i^ open-face Watch. Finder W&l please retim to 1449 P J If LOST-CAME TO MY PLACE ON WEDNESDAY Nov 14, a Brown Cow, two brown spoU. Owner plane call, pay costs, and take her away. 106 11th ?i a... it* T OflT-ON THE EVENING OF THE 15THIN8T~. 1J either at Albangh's open House, or between there sua Pennsylvania ave., a Pocket book containing a am all sum of money. A liberal reward will be given if the above is returned to nl6-2f 900 8 st. n. w. FIBOUND-A LARGE PUG LEFT AT 905 m 8T can be had by owner; one lost from sun place answers to Dixie. Reward tf returned to above nam bar. ta K-IF THE PERSON WHO HAS THE LITTLE tpo Mouse-colored Puppy, lost on Tueedsr. Novem ber 13, will return it to owner, $5 reward wul be riven and no questions asked. 28 Iowa Circle. V jS.tgr.Aaa." "sawsasasfes WANTED MISCKLL A NEOU8 W ASTED-WILL GIVE INSTRUCTION ON THE M llano In exchange (or lessons in German. Apply 1342 Q ?* n.w. If Wmm ANTED - PHBUMATIC GUN CAKBIAOi Stork; a lew huudre.1 shares. Andreas, stating lowest jrfc* CASH, Star office. nl4-3f_ WANTED?OABPST LAYING AT HEDUCED rikt by an experienced carpet layer. prompt and ?ittsfactory work punutwa Call or send postal to NTHOS CHRX8TE'<HKK.aoeE?t.n.w. nl6-3t* \TAXTED-A OOOK FIREPROOF SAFE. HOT fir lea* than throe fart square. In answer state In aide measure. name at make r, caah price, and where the safe can be men. Address M B. F? Star offtce. nltf-2t ? Ytl ANT _ WANTKD?A GOOD FIRE-PROOF HAFK, HOT lea* than three feet square. In answer state In " maker, caah price, and where .ddress M. B. ?., Star office. ANTED?A SMALL LOT IN EXCHANGE FOB a splendid pair of yonn?r horses and nearly new carriage and harness. Address Bui 3, star office. nl5-3t WANTED?$200 FOB FOUR MONTHS BY A RE TT sponsible man. who will pay V! per cent a month for lta use Address Post-Office Box 357. city. nl.r>-3* "VSTANTED?40 GALL0N8 MILK AT ONCETgIVK TT price wanted and by what railroad ahipped Ad dress Box 1, Star office^ ul.V3t* "VIT ANTED ? U. 8. STAMPS, DEPARTMENT TT stamps. Match, Medicine, and entire colle. ti.ms bought for cash. Call on C. H. MEK EEL. at \\ lllard'e Hotel. Saturday, 24th, from 2 to 5 p. m, nl4-kK ANTED-WEIX8 DUO. BORED. AND DRIVEN; Pumps, Wind-Mills, Tank* of all kinds^Well Ma terial fnrniahed and reiwired. WM. H MOFFAT, 108 8th at. n.e., or Bladensburg, Md- nl3-lin* W" ANTED?PER80N8 PARTICULAR ABOUT~ThE cut and finish of their gwmenta. call on MAX GOULD. Tailor, 5*6 lOtn st n. w. Time given for payment If rood security is furnished. nl2-lm* WANTED^* 8,000 ON "GILT EDGE" IMPROVED Real Estate, near Dupont Circle, worth *31I.OOO. at 5 percent; no commission. Address Box 2H, Star office. _ nB-la WANTED ? HORSES WINTERED - BEST OF care, with two feeds of grain apd hay daily. Terms $8 per month. Horse* called for. Beat of city refer ences. IE L. BAUNDERS, Cabin IaEli, Montgomery Co., Md.. or Room 101 Corcoran BnnBng oc"*9 lis WAXTED-ELECTRIC STEAM LAUNDRY, 1007 E st. n.w.. CHA8. T. NUTZEL Proprietor. ShirU 10c. First-class work. A share of your patronage so licited. QclO-lm* ANTED?STEAM CARPKT CLEANING AND . . Renovating Works: Feathers Renovated. Mit tresses Made Over. Furniture Steamod, and Moths De stroyed. F. H. lOtXOB, Office 1402 Pa. ave.. Fa. U ry cor. 5th and Ksts. a. e. Telephone 010-2 or 1008-2. apll-Sra W A NTED?EVERYBODY SUKFErTng FROM TT Smoky Chimaeys to know that I guarantee to curethem or no.pay required; Ranges, Furnaces, and Latrobes made to lieat or no pay. W. E. DANTE. 1413 17th st. n.w. orS-gm* W ANTED?TRY OUlfBCTTKRINE AT 20 CENT8 T T per pound; don't get strong or rancid; keeps bet ter than butter. satisfaction assured or money re funded; stall* 328. 32!) and 330 (stills are decorated) Center Market, opposite Golden's fish stalks open daily till 12:30: Saturdays all day;also 401 G St.n.w.; open all day. Telephone, 043-2 or W0-&. WM C &CRIBNER. _ se2U-2m* \l|r ANTED?HORSES TO KEEP; BOX STALLS; TT personal attention to care of horses. Order box it Price's Stable, 311 (3th at. n.w. Farm on 7th st. road, eight miles from city. O. H.P. CLARK, bligo, Md. ocVJO-lm \V^n*?^?^ctricity in~ner?ous, MEN t T tal and Spinal bisuase. Ovarian and Uterine trou bles, Paralysis, Sciatica, Chorea, Strictures, etc Hairs removed. Electricity applied through clothint Dr. L. 8. NICHOLSON, fl04 12th st. n. w? cor. FTjyI7-4m* \KTANTED?FOR CASH- FURNITURE, FEATHER TT Beds. Carpets. Stoves, or Entire Household Effects. Address Qc27 H. BAUM. 219 7th st ?.w. \KTANTED IT KNOWN? VI That W. W. Moffett, 1213 Pst. n.w., U Commissioner of Deeds se24-3m for every State and Territory. WANTED-GOOD SECONDHAND CLOTHING, guns, revolvers, old gold and silver, for wl.ich highest cash prices will be paid. Call or addreaa LA.sKEY'S Loan Office, 201 Peon, are , corner 2d st. n. w. my2tf WANTED-IT KNOWN THAT FRESH ALDERl ney Butter is churned every morning and de livered in 4 lb. "Ward" prints, 4(fc. j>er lb. Also Cot tag.' Cheese and Buttermilk. Sweet Milk 5c. per yuart. niyS MONEY TO LOAN. TO l/JAN. ? for three years. nl 6-3t - ONEY TO LOAN AT 5 PER CENT ON approved real estate security. Larire amounts a M si>ecialty. TYLER fe ftUTHFRFoRD. aul 5-4m* 1307 F st. n.w. Money to loan ?10.000 #5,000 To loan at once on Real Estate in the city. HILL ft JOHNSTON, nl4-3t 1503 Penn. ave. n.w. I?IR9T-CLA88 RAILROAD MORTGAGES AND CITY BONDS FOR INVESTMENT. City of Minneapolis 4 per cent 30-year Bonds. Helena and Red Mountain R. IE tf (>?r cent 50-rear Bonds (guaranteed by the Northern Pacific R. R. Co.). Vandenburg County (Indiana) 5 per cent 30-year Bonds. Nebraska City (Neb ) (I per cent 20-year Bonds. Saratoga (N. Y.) Gas ana Electric Light Co., t> per cent 20-year Gold Bonds. New Castle and Shenango Valley R. R. Co. 6 i*r cent 30-year Gold Bonds (guarantod by Erie R. R. Co.). Ashtabula (Ohio) Water Oo. 0 per cent 20-year Gold Bonds. Money to loan on real estate mortgages. JAMES MIDDLEDTTH, n!3-2w* 1313 F st. LOANS-PERSONS WISHING TO OBTAIN Ixiqiis on real estate can do so without delav if se curity is satisfactory. SWORMSTEDT & BRAbLEY, 627 F st. nlO-lm D1 fk AAA TO LOAN AT 6 PEB CENT. IN C9 A" two sums of *5,000 <-a. h, on real esUte, "for five years. CHARLES W HANDY, nlO-lw 921 F st. n.w. Money to loan on approved real estate Security at (i per cent GEO. W. IJNKINS. n*-lm 1 !?th and H sts. Money to loan on gooiTreal eetate *50,000 at 5 per cent; (50,000 at 0 per cent. In sums to suit. No delay. J. B. WIMEli, oe-J2-lm 1313 F st. Money to loan on real estate "and other securities at lowest rates of interest. No de lay JAS. F. BROWN, Real Estate Broker, oc4-3m 1100 F st. n.w. Money loaned, in sums to sittT for 5. 10, 15 or 20 years. Fasy payments. In the event of death loan is canceled without further pay ment, and property turned over free of incumbrance. The plan of the United Security Life and Trust Co., of Pliiladelphls, is the best ever devised to enable par ties to own their homes for the ordinary cost of rent Call for a circular and full explanation. se24-0m F. H. SMITH A SON, Agents, 1222 F *E R M EAL ESTATE INVESTMENT. SAFE AS IT. 8. BONDS. SIX PER CENT, PAYABLE OI'ARTERLY. IN SL'MS *100 TO *1.000. SMALL PREMIE'M CHARGED. ? *40,000?TO LOAN 30,000 20,000 ON REAL ESTATE. 10,000 500 fau251 THOS. E. WAOGAMAN. ONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM ?500 UPWARD, AT THE LOWEST RATES OF INTEREST AND COMMISSION ON REAL ESTATE IN THIS DISTRICT. R. O. HOLTZMAN, _ ?n22 Coruer l Oth and F sts. n.w. fin AnAT,? loajj-forsaleis?i,ooo first mortgaKe bonds at I>ar and in terest Telephone 788. G. H. WHITE A CO.. )e0 322 N. Charles st. Baltimore. Money to loan ~ In siuns to suit, at lowest rates on approved real estate security. FITCH, FOX A BROWN. ?w 142 < Pennsylvania ave. Money to loan : " AT LOWEST RATES OF INTERE8T ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY THOS. J. FISHER * CO., _?e5 1324 F st n.w. Money to loan on real estate at low eat Rates. WASH'N DANENHOWER. ?p24 Successor to DANENHOWER A SON, 1115 F St. ONEY TO LOAN ON REAlTESTATE OR FIRST clsss securities, at lowest rate* of interest No M' delay where the security is good. mh30 O. C. GREEN, 303 7th it. n.w. BUSINESS CHANCES. For sale-a grocery and provision Store, beautifully fitted up, and small new stock of goods. Rent low and good caah trade. Owner has other business. At least one thousand dollars caah required. Address S. W., Star office. nl6-2t* PJB 8ALE-7ii SHARES NATIONAL IMPROVED ] Pan Electric Telephone Stock. ROB'T J. THOMAS, _ nl6-3t* Oyer National Metruplitan Bank. WANTED- PCRCHAJSER FOIi OUTFlT OF D(> mestic Sewing Ma< hing Agency for Loudoun county, \ a., lot of machines and new wagon; will sell low to prompt purchaser. Address W. W. ATHEY, Leesburg, Va. nltt-2t* A\T ANTED?*300, TILL THE TWENTY-FIFTH OF TT December; will pay a bonus of *50, and give good pro|>ert.v as security; a private party preferred. A<" dress H. SCOTT, Star office, ul?-2t* WANTED?A FRAME HOUSE BUILT AT TAKO ma Park in exchange for property in Baltimore city. SWORMSTEDT A BRADLEY", n!5-3t 927 F it. F)R SALE?A GOOD CHANCE TO BUY DYNA- I mograph. Shellabarger Car, Linotype and Heat and Light stocks in lota to suit CHAS. A. SHIELDS, 1000 F st. n.w. nl5-3f "pOft RENT-BUSINESS PROPERTY-ONE OF I J7 the best locations in the city for a first-class bakery and confectionary; a good opportunity will be given the right party. SWORMSTEDT i BRADLEY, nl5-6t 927 F st. TO INVESTORS?ANY ONB DESIRING TO IN ?eat a small capital in enterprise certain to yield a large return in a short time call after 7 p.m. at 329 Massachusetts ave. n.e. n14-3t* INVESTMENT FOB LADIES! PAYING 60 PER I cent Silk Farms near ^Washington; only *300. Crops made and sold for purchasers without extra ex pense. For particaiara call at 023 Pa. ave. until Sat urday. n!4-3t* ?OB LKASE?TERM OF YEAR8-LARGE BUSf ness Property, oomnrising two large Warehouasa. und surface 80x120; conveniently located on two F ?round * BOU&, 14 tli bu?ii>eM thorotwhf*re?. Apply to JAME8 JF\ BAii J?OB SALE - A CORNER STORE?GOOD WILL J/and fixtures; proctriM, hardware, paints, oils, ' notions, ^o,; lone established. Retirement of owner , cause for <lispossL I2014^its.v. oc24-lm PERSONAL. if beautiful: change perceptible ia a week; improves the Branch office, 703 15th at. Washington, D. C. nl5-6t* ^IVIL-SEBVICE EXAMINATION QUESTIONS I t w'ti.^iN^A ML Ivy InsUtuta, nl4-lm* Southwest cor Stn and K ata. n.w WM. WILLIAMS, GEO.W. McELFRESH. AUTHOR- , TT lasd Private Detective Armey. Communications | my4-7m* , USTH'S OLD STAND 18 Tpi_ONLY PLACE I FOR KENT?ROOMS. "?JOB RENT-2DFLOOR. SOITH FRONT. f I.VHiiF J cotnnmnlcattafnxjoi, rloarta. taruUb?<1 or in furnished : n??iy pa.'ered. Bo email children retrrrr northern family. ?11*t >.?. nlB^tt* ' |>)K RENT-1S04 K SI . THREE HANDMOMEI T I Fnrnlsbed Raoma. ou second l^.r. Ai suite or lhtl?; n,*th and south exposure. furnace and grate heat ultvliu F" JR MKT-TWO tUARART FTKM8HKD rtvwiDi qvtetreflnedfaniljr without children. bntUul.tl tlseirsd . within shirt distance of herdio* Trans rwwn>bl?. Reference* required Aa.lree* KAXAWH V Mtarsflir nlt?-3t* FHOR RENT-VERY DKS1RARLE FURNISHED rooma, an suite or *iugle. fnnaw uit tnu heat. Turnout to all cara and berdlca 1534 1 at. ilw. F" l)K EIHT-TWO BRIGHT, 8CRNT. ITKMSHH) Rooma on second floor, en suite. laive ooruer bona*; south front: private reanlence. delightful location, convenient to <*ra and herrtlcs references 121 3 Q ?t , corner 13th n.w. nlt>-3t* 1,V>R KENT - rtTtNHHED r.VRI.ORS. ALSO 5?na au suite or tlnele, at 503 13th at. u w. nlft-St* FB? **KT ? WTTM_BOAMD?TWO OOMI xi eating rooms 2d floor; bay window. southern ex Doann rv?Mni*?>t ww ? ? ? ? *m ,m .wu? miT, u?j wunii'w. miuiuern _ ; convenient bath. also one front room ou 3d Boor.ail 111 Hat nw nlS-St* E)R RENT ? FURNISHED OR PARTLY TIU nished. 3 rooms 2d floor: also ou? on 3d floor. 5 H at. n.w. nl5-3t* F>R KENT?LARGE PLEASANT FRONT ROOM nicelv carpeted, (IS per month, back rar|or un ansheu. or *111 furnish with folding bea. fcc . es ent table and attendance, refer?ess exchanged. 11028th st n.w. nlS-Rt 1>)U RENT-A ILTTR OR FURNI8HRD X with lrsaslnj room and private bat h on aunt floor, email private family, naar Scott Circle. 1461 R. I. avs nw nlS-.tf F" OR RRRT?788~9TH St. N W, RiCRLYFIB utshed Room*, srith southern exposure, end excel' l?nt table board at reaeonable ratea. ilMP PJR RHXT?CNFURX18UED* ROOM ?513 H ST. n.w,. Houae two years old. bay window, beat, bath audgaa. u]j lm IJ?OK REST?1404 H 8T K. w? RLEUANTLY furnished rooms: single or en suite. tabl< board. nl5 3t* _ ix>K RENT-TWO <>R~ THREE UNFCRNI8HED X communicating rooms, seoonJ floor. References n d16 FOR REXT-AT 1324 L ST R. W.-A 81 IIE OF RoJma, handsomely furciahod and thorough.? | comfortable and cuuveniunt. references. ul-Mit' P)K Rt XT?1720 H ST. 5 * . HAXliSt >MFLT furnished rooma on flrat and second floor*, one *<iuare weat of War and Wary lieimrtmenta, and tear Metropolitan Club: also cars and ncrdic* nl-3w* IXJK RENT?UNFURNISHED, WITH OR WITH out board, parlor fl< -or ol two cheerful. well-h***t-<l rooms pit-menu j located referent ea exchanged.*18, lndaduu? heat ami gas. 732 6tb at u w n ! .*> :u" F~ OK REN^T-THREK-ROOMS. UXFI RNISHED or partly fumixlied on second floor, sultahlu tor houeekt-ei'iu* or office purpoaes bath room on Kama floor, rent reaeonable. 409 U at. u.w.,oppoalte fVumou office. n 15-3t* REST?FURXI8HKD ROOMS. WITH* 0_ without Board, in a pnvate house terms reae.Hi able, accomuiodationaud faro home-like; parlor sud parlor b.-droom aleu. 4S4 Maaa. are n w_ oc96-2.r?t* 1j*OR REST-1723 CORCORAN 8T. 1'AllTlES without chilaren can aerur* "Infantly furnished rooms, in a small private family, either for lltrht house keeping or board, price moderate, referente? ex changed. nl5-3t* TJViR RENT?514 11TH 8T. S W, THE 1ST. 31>. X and 4th floor*; toretber or separately U> suit P E. DYR. ul4 3t* ' tHJR R^NT-BLACTIfUL ROOMS rURNISHELi X or unfurniabed . eu auite or "Uir'.e, locluiUntr heat aud liirht: one neatly fQrniahed hall roun. also irood table board fllti per mouth. 474 O st n w nl4 :U* TXJR RE!rr-TWO_BEDTROOMi_ONE~ NEWLY~ r furoiabnl. deltehtful location, near F at. cars, and l>upont circle. can Ik inspected dally after 3pm Ad dress S. V., Star office. u 14-31* }^OR RENT-ltrADt^tToNLvToNK OR TWO larife. haiidsoiue aecoml-floor rooins. very deaira ble. one on third floor front. private tamily. 034 l. at nw.. nl4-3f 1X)R REXT~fl 11 TO fl'Jo?NEWT.Y-FT'KXIsl! LP rooms bous?-m hr?t-claa* ooudlUoii thrmnrli nt. Including sanitary plumbUur U13 M si. u w nl4-3t* FOR KENT AT lO^l 11TH STREFT.<< 1RNER Mush, are., \ery haudieynely furnished communi cating front rooma. with all conveniences, moderate terms to desirable parties n 14-3t* 1" jVJR KENT?TWO NICELY- Fl RNIKHE1* ond-story front and lack communit?iiiur Uonn>. single if d'Hilred. one souare from car* and herdica, home comforte. NOS Slat st. n.w. nl4-:?t* FOR RENT-TWO rXFlRSI8HEl> COMMVNI uatinir rooms, aecond floor, all luoderTi linlTove I ments; with or without board. central U1U H st n.w. I nl4-3t* FOR RF.XT-AT M08-H1B 15TH ST^ OPPOSITE McPheixm square elegantly furnished a|*rt ments; en ullte or slutrl*-. ?ith board. nl4-3t* For rest^at 47s o~ht x w. (fUrkihhedi, very desirable front Room, with alcove; alao pleas ant front Room, third floor, near three lines cara. one passing door. . nl3-2w* )R RENT ? AT 204 DKLAWAR1. AVE. S. C nicely furnished Rooms, healed by eteaiu . with Boarvl: car* i?aa the door. nl4-?t* FOR REST?1405 H ST. S.W.. rCRSISHED rooma: ?iu*le or en *ult?. private bath, oi?-n Hm; table board. reference* exchaii?e<l. n!4-lni F_ OR RENT - SECOND FLOOR-FRONT. FCR nished or nnfurnlshed. 2 larve, communicating Rooma. closet*. newly jiapered; caterer or U?rht house keeping, northern. IJexen'nce*. 221 F *t. n.w nl4-3t* FI>R~ KENT?Ft'RNISHEl) BOOM; SOl'TH front; with or without board; n.w. corner 4th st. and Yiivinia ave. s c nl4-3t * For rent -eij;oantly1furnimhed parlor and bed-mom: open irrates. alno situcli room*, with or without board; uew bouse; l&H H at. n.w., near Wonulty's and Arllntrtou hotels, referen. e? nl4 tt* FOR RENT-TO-GENTLEMAX. NICELY Fl'R mahed front or back room. larve closet*: every convenience, bath same floor. private family conve nient to Belt and F at. cars, breakfast if deaired .1 g , Star office. nl 3-2w F" OR RENT?1140 CONN. AVE. 5 W.7 BR1?hT, cheerful and well furnished front and back rooma. with flret-claa* board. table b ardcra deaired Terms moderate; reference* reguirnd. nl.'t l w F>R RENT LARGE. WKLL-FFRNI8HFD, Hl'NNT front Room, open KTate and fumat e beat; tn ond floor, in Private family. 1017 14th st. n. w. RWer oices exchanged. nlH-lm F)R RENT-TO ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN.*! nicely furnished corner room frontin* south and east. 600 6th ?t. n.w. nl.'t-tit* F~ OR-RE NT?211 NORTH CAFITOL ST . HA N d" somely furnlxhed roomi, en *uU< or sinirle or in flat* of five, with board; appointments of house first class; mineral watera from Warreu White Sulphur Spnnffs, Va. used for drinking purpoeea. 3d t. 40 table boarders taken. oc.'M13w* OR RENT?229 PA. AVE. RE., ONE FLAT. FOI R Mr Rooma, all mod. imp*. Rent (18. Inquire 4c?3 7th st. n.w. nlO-St ? 1K*OR RKNT-REAtntrUL ROOMS, SINGLE OR EN suite, in private family; furnished. laiYr double corner houae; south and east frout: o(*n lire-places ' in every room. Reference* required. 1101 E n.w. oc20-4w* FOR RENT-TWO CONNECTING ROOMS; 8EO ond floor; southern exposure; laiwe and comfort able; oinz-le or en auite. The name on third floor Also, ?mailer Rooms. 1 SOtJ 1st n w. nlO-?t* F| BVOR RENT?THE Al Bl KN. 22D ST. AND PEN N sylvaula ave. n. w? choice Rooms and elemnt Table Board; good location; near cars and Deiwrt menta. n7-lm FH0R RENT-COR. 0TH ST. AND MASS. AVE, laive, nlcely-fumlshed room, with board. southern exposure. references exchanged. six or enrht table boarder* accommodated. ocl6-5w FHOR RENT?a VERT PLEASANT FRONT OFFICE room: second floor: over 141U New York ava.; ?team heated, $15 per month. R. A. PHILLIPS. n5-2w FM>R RENT-IK A COST. STYLISH HOC8E, ON 1 ftth *t.: aide looks on Mcl'heraon Kuuare and E st ; pleasant, sunny rooma, with board. Atldretw Box | J 102, Star office. noS-2w* FHBK RENT?1U IOWA CIRCLE, THREE OOM ninnicatmif rooma, with pnvate bath, second floor, and two communicating rooms, third floor, furniahed. J those havinir children or servants need not applj-. ref erences exchanged. oc2>-lm F^HOR RENT-A LARGE WELL-FVBNISHED SEC ond-*tory front room, with hoat. raa. bath, mnd at tendance ; suitable for a Kentleman or a ireutlemau and wife. also other pleasant rooma. 1112Hst.n.w. o25-lm FHBIR RENT?NICU.Y FURNISHED ROOMS 0M second and third floors,with Qrat-class table board, | at 1416 N *t. n.w. oc20-lm? ^ FOR RENT?FLATS. FOR RENT?1408 PERN. AVE., FLATS ABOVR ?tore, of two or four rooms each. uiifnriiiab?(L ??r entire house alxive *tore, will be put in good orderfor permanent tenant. n 13-6t* FOR RENT?STORES. KB RENT?LARGE STORE AND~ DWELLING tilth west corner of 10th and Q ite n> dw^Uini contain* 10 roc.ma, bath and all mod imp celter under entire building. stable in rear; price for' ertire EBSMtl!?"*? *?>?"'#*>'* D^gt 419 0th *t. u. w. after 4 p m. n^!'^ j^pMf^NiTj"TPliATlEfPLA8M ?owT NEW STOKE, X 80feet deep; beat buainea* location; all cuuveni ^neS"^.^- ?nlr FOR RENT?OFFICERS. For rext-two rooms in i3i? f st., ad loining Son Building, at (10 and flO. respectively. nfivUn WRILEY DEERLE, 131# F?V ipOR BERT-TWO LARGE FIRST FLOOR OOM X mnnicating Office Room* iwrfect order, fronting F *L Telegratih call, telephone connection, heat, raa. Apply to D. C. LA^RENCE, 618 F?t. n!6-3t FOR RENT?HALLS. F?aR. FOR RENT?MISCELLANEOUS. BCiana" ???="? ,Ls.?sf y<t nott-lm* PROPOSALS. FOR SALE?LOTS. Fx balk xothtoo w bfttkr tba* a jllDiiotM Ul\ f?t rm fit txi ? b??W lot*. * #? *Uai) IH-I lir^- our nl<>? <? fewuiati f thr tlei-tion H? r? t* tfc* "crptUi ' rrnvn our lanr* li*t ^ f. 7Jk W. lo and part <4 17, souair 1041 location IjMli.lL Kentucky *y ' and C sfa s*.. price 1ft eta. Lot 2 5TV-4J H fr-.m T.j loo ft.. In uwv Mtll' at., bet nth and IWP?S??|S ^nTuo boundary . i-? ...? ? U '4i? X? Haroiabire ava_ uejr 'WW |<K A, ..iiM ft .to li ft. tiler. .*tt and .to. aiiiiar* l&,oon<*r '?^V?*nd <v?l - ?JTV, ?? * *? 1 I. ?il? ? . II" *? ? ; 1 i, oirrer champisiu svc and Col umbia ruad trice thl cm Lot 4. Honrd av*? Ml ? ?"J*k ?&** ?' : price 35 eta. Lola !i.:?. 4, X ?h.,'vJh. J.j 0"*Ju*r* rt>D ?t..Wt -"-M and 23d,irlca k?""^?"Sis?: hl fLPlN.. IVTS i>* Fsr ~-w i ?*** amm IHetrtrt bulT.l.iw. Xn8^sr.-'isr1,aaiSjgi ?h. nw ttilrd tnuuidH r ?v d w" K*I? ^-'"T ,N Vt n ? vs\\t"oklt ?*riC *i.*S ?.?,? 'W.'wgiya "? 14th .t cars ettended. only* I..150. i K HERTFoU), 14v3t* tut nl*?tf ?ale ix>t? ox i?r * x w. a Bout s^udf kttsua *,i*nw ,. 11 >. i -t BUU1AIX IX rin U>1 s ?"S k^Hha^^SSjar^ ??* ? rtltion ever made to the eltl of Waal! Turn,., .II . _ ZftaaLkErfcS^ - '"r-UT, .ottaw^a i number :< tb. cho^-wu - -? who will iniprnvp the uiu* It in il. ???.?. ?# tbe projrtetarto aaak* tLi* Ui? luoat attr^tf^SwJ Tteloli MK*Ql Waablturt?)n The atrrrta ?r* rurt , j""* ?? ' ^ City, and osmry m?+m*Z?Z ^X*i ^ rrv'Ttded. Au nhunfe.it ?.it**r -U|.j l>. i .. "T"**"" fc*wen*e, tnoande*. ..hi cintrts l^i'Luir .*? "Hrtrtc ?*>!"?* !??' I?v? provided. 10,000 fwt tt| curb have b??u niitr?i1^l f??r ?tid tl? laying of rurt' ai:d t?wmiyt? will br .xminn i .-.1 |D ? SlSST1 h2?^F? will b. for mirkMR tf TltrMnri'r '''> ?? "f OK'>K<ti TRlKHnax. O0.. , i? ?t. n w, or lit .Id uidTM. t, r , V'v i "U "?* I>r,,crr'y ??k. tL. Klrctn# Kulwm>,oa Xrw lork aw ao.l ,th at n w nlii j? AvTFSTI(kN m*tK>kl.ASD I'l ll M f. i > ">u i*?i rliai.. <? v- avrurv a lot to f7Ml fmr l..t; el?-?u.>u CHO Iwt Alx.Tr Hoiv.n.ar c?i 2&ch"UcLAtZL,FLM JOK KALK Pu.?. <11 Wa?nt?nian k r.i.lout'a addition ?o Waah iMton. Thi? pn-|*rtT >a ailuatcj at tb? umiinaaof .miertlciit iw,u. . xt. j .l.-.l, and wh.-r- tl.. now ?>ri.l*r ta uow Irun rrrrtal o\. r K.? k i n-, k An rM-. tri< railroad will U (will * Ih.u a tew in. i.n.f thr. .<rlt thin i'ro|*rtjr. a charter h*\ iiuc alr?.l> b.?-u oi.iaujmt. st...kiutbr railrmul m?> l? mIkhiU n at tliia WP*l MKM|Hip>'|*n| ?)..>? n* - i?j laduoomruU oflrrrd to r?n>. a rt.-?inii>c to build at once. M uey advaucud fur tiuii Unr i un? JullK r. MAtr.VM\N w33-lm llA' l 5 t at. I>'R 8AI.E-I/TT <>X 10TII 81 . M AM M BY u a*rra*? det?tli of !ri fart, ii.j.row.1 !?> tw.? hluall hcu?-a. f4,<MK). 1 criua uaa>. ljf.AU. HH"W N * CO.. 13V1 F at. 111. fOK bALi^-UrlH AT KtiKFKT (IIJCX. I5 cenU l*r foot. 4. K. lll hllVlih. 1 ?-?;?< rat. *? w 17-liu' COUNTRY" REAL ESTATE. I>iK REXT-A FAKM OK 10?l ACHK>< FIVE, r-. Tii liotim-. lanrr l?ni. wrU watrrvd au. 1 a.lai i.-d to dalrjriur or triH-kliir . thrr. mtira froui Hii and ua W. k O. K R. R? nt i*-r yrar $ ] .">0. FOR RFXT?Farm of hi artv?. r<-*l farm bouaa and outhiiihtuur* wrli ?mtrd t" dain iiik. tru. kiutr or thr rbickeu I Ufdiir?a; tbrw lullra frouj tbr clbr.li Vtrrlnia. would Iraur for a trrm of jrrara at $ 1 jo i?-r jr?ar F< ?R RFXT TTiirtv a<-rr?. 10-tvx'in bouae. *.?*! bcrD, rbiokru hoiia.. s< Ji* milcr from n< ? Aque duct lirvlr"1 tir^t rwaa t .r ? ' '? k? ? > i itiir ?unuiier boardrr*. I"nc *?.'<? iwr moutli. a iu ? i h siruVkcno.im I^oR ULK-IM At'Rl H, rtOACRK^m OVK TIM Vber.well wat? r?*l. utour Ii.uim.- ..t <i rooma. ?tablra, A.- . 7 n ilr? from O^orifvlowii. in MontavaaCTCouiiiy, Md.. f.V.'.Vl 3."? ACRF.s on Conduit mart. 8 mi lea frutu city. 6 roolll ll.'llac. "table, kc . *4.(1(10 4."i At'Kls I mllr wrat of F. rrat Gl.-u. on rua>l fr?M I R.? kvillr tuniplkr to Ttb atrrct lurtii.ike, o-rooa bouae, ..iitbiiildii4ra aomr frnlt ?? <HH1 1"5 ACHKS on Ko kvllle tunn iVr. W intl.w fr>?? I city, % tuilr from station on Met. l?r dwellmir of H rooma tenant lioaa<'of 4 riNimi. larm law n KfK?|iear trev*. l.OtNl l?>arli treea. laivi- a|<|>le on-bard. well watered, *<? a< re? woodland. 1 *- ACRES near laHt named 5 room bouar ? all otit buildiiitra, See fruit; >4 mil. from alation ou Met Hr ; r-V?r>o. 140 ACRES beat Mouttrouiiry county land. Brat claiu. liLjT' Vetnriita, H milfr>uu Hilver Hj.rniir ata tioo. 8 milea from city. ???yU rui? *N.)NMl ACRES adjoining tb< tann* of ei-Se. n tary Mo Cull.? b. Raf>lrj. and Altiau*! . one ol lb>- 1'irtttrat lit* ti^ li'.mea iti ITiu.-c (?> i. . . >imiv.Ma.. lO-roov cottage and all uecearary outl.uil.Uiuns all of tlrat quality . fruit of all kinda. locati. u bnrli and bnallby; niie view. (tH.tMto .*>0 ACRJO in cultivation. t?Unee heavy i ina timber, aprttur and runuiiur atr>-aiu; .">-r>? in frame houae . ?od n-llar. lanre !?m ; linrb and health} . ftna view of FallaCLun b villa?f 111% mib? froui lily: lor caah, tl.MOti V4 ACRES Urat-claaa jrmnl. ntiitr land ? frame dwell lTurn of o nm.inn eai'h: line |?-acli on lianl. k-rajM* and lierriea; t'H ml lea from new a<(tiedti<-? lirldire. t"^?1. chnrrh. laart-oillnr. ator>-? a.ly nmtur <i:t.<lit0 ?t ? HE. 5-room bouae, aamr l.a-allty . ?sSO. :. -EH. :t-poom r?>tta?r.- v ery neat. *S?0U. V. THAX KM) OTHFRM. tin-a T. U SV1HERD k CO, 1321 Fit F'K SAI>.-AT MF.T.ROSE PARK. HV ATTHVILIJI, Md . deairable I .ota, ot.isaiiU* the handaome real* deuce of the late R k Elliott, eay I t" .%0 b> 1 :io f-et. fronting on Melro? are lYto |VW wL Lib eral term? to I'orchaaera of m m than one lot <?- to any one buildin# at ou<-e. F'>r further farti ular? aiiul> to TYLER * RUTHERFORD, aul'i-tm' irtOTFat nw. For HALE-OX BLAI>F.XUUt'ltO KOAIi. JfKTBl^ yond boundary. ltl.tNKi feet of rrotltid . frint o* I two atreeta; frame boiia> . atalile, k< . only t'.'.litii Ul6-:?t ? A1.KER k WILMOX. liHtO F at. 1Hr>OR 8ALK-60 ACRES ON THE T1H HT ROAU bnautifully located lor aubdiviaion, a rarecham* for aiwa ulatora. VOacrea. with "mall bonwe, on the 7th-?t road, about H milea out t!5 acreaon the Baltimore and Ohio R R . oppnaita Ivy City. Thia land ta available for aulaliviai.m, or would lie mutable for a lirick yard 74 arree for aale or trade. untniproveU, in Pritio* Oeor>ri' Co., Md 4 luilna from I lie city. l.r>s a<rea. uu|iro?eii an <l.?aut I arm in Anne Arun del Co., Md.: land yiebla :tO buahela of wheat to Lha acre. w ill exchantre for city property For list "1 other fanua m Vitvona and Mary land call or n ldreaa TUuM. E. WAIMiAMAX. nI.">-.o HIT F at li w. \k"ANTED?4 TO 10 ACIiES GooD FARM l.AXDk "? near atatiou. M.:r' |?.lltan Uran. li. n >t over It milea from city. Addrvaa J. O , Star office, with full parlictilara^ Dl4 It' I^OR REN TF ARM OF BIX ACRFs IMPROVED W by aa room bouae; barn, 4 Ktaan houaea food water, a rare opportunity for a f!ori?t For i .r" ? r particulars aildreaa FLORIST , Star office. iil4-3t* fBOR SALE- 1 so ACRES. Ill ST 1 AXH~1X MOX1V tromery. "J milea from R- kville, dwelliug, aplen.ii4 <<iitbuil.il utfi>. fine water, kc . Immediate laiaa'-aaion. COOKE 1> LLCKETT, W3.r> F. At Rockvllle alter l? nl3-5t* L>IR KALE?AT KOCKVILLE. HOI'HFs 7 TO 14 A rooma. trraaa. trraiu. dairy, poultry and atuck fanna, 3 acrea to 400 near atationa COOKE l? LI ? KETT.KloFat. After l",', at Ro< VM!l. BIO-2W* 1|poR BALE?411 ki Rl ? Of LAMP. H MII.EFRoM Renmntr'a. I). C ; fine water, aplendld farm, amall dwelling. lor|iarticularaaddreaaMARIi >X IH I'lil IT, Truatee and Attorney4t-Law. Rlad^nabunr. Md uM-Hm IVOR REST?AT W ATERFORIi. LOITDOtK OO. Va_ a lame new at..r* and dweliinar. one of tb< l- ?t atanda in the atate for a general aton Appl) ??' 1?K OLo E COXNEI.L. at Waierford, or U> the . a oer. W. M. BOQ8E. 1233 Paca a\ e . M a> >u i urt. n. I?. t' i27-lin FWOR SAI.E FARM OF 14.'. At^tES. IX 1'RIXCK Oeonre'a County. Md.. three founha of a mile front heabrook at., h k V R R . ten milea from ciu . 1 ?.V a. rea. dwellimr and improvement*. three-fi.iirtlia clean-d and in cultivation Also 12 acrea at W ilaon at., R It I' k R, eurtit mll<* from city. Beautiful btuld lmr aitea MAl'.loX lil'CKIIT. truate. and att- rin y, bladeuaburv. Md ael7-:<m 1" J*OR KALE?AT MELROSE PARK~ HVATTfC ville. Md . desirable Lota, optKWt* tba baodaoina reside nee of Uie late R a. Filiott, e?q Lota.Soliy 13(1 feet, froutiiur on Melrvse ave lYice k.'xxi earlL Liberal term* to imp-haarn of more than one lot or ta any one building at uuce For further uartir ulara kit ply to TYLLR k Rl THRRFokU. aul6-3m 13U7 F at. m. BOARDING. THE ST. DEXXE&. 338 PENNSYLVANIA AV*. n ?.. ha* been n in.Kleled and refurt iahe.1 R.?.ia and board from 11 I i?r day op. alMI* THE ALlJlM, I NKER NEW MANAi.KMI KT, acwu.modau a elirbt to ten boarders rooma anuria or en suite, table lajanl a aia> 1*11} . reference *x dkanred. Mra 1'HILA MCUuU 1125 14tii si n w. ^14-3t* W'ANTF.D?A FEW BOARDERS FOR HANI> if aon.ely fnrnlalied rouia*. mn^le or enamte a*, lienor board, berdle* pass the dour. 110 I it u t. nl4-l w* First class table boaru aki> rooms, uiq HHh It.il. w. nl2 lm* KAY k BRO. CATERERS 1702 L 8T K wT Kuala furnisbe.1 to reaidenoaa MMNr* YOC M ANT TO I.EARN FRENCH gl ICK OO take > our room and board with tba Fiwncb Profsa sor, 1S04 R sc n w. aW lrn' G PROFESSIONAL. WAD E. ARIiEKXE, THE CELEBRATED PALM ivl. 1st and Clairvoyant, ran rive you your exact life chart, and to her aittera their namea la full Talla bow to hold the affection of bnabaud and lover and how to win tba one you love All buainaaa r.mAdau tial. 1112 Oat. n w. Come and be eouvuaced. ael2-te* DR. J. RIRII Rh VETERIX ART HCROEOH. liaa removed to 311? 3d at. a.e Orders can be left at t. IlemmlaCa, 428 8tL at a.w. nS-in,. kfKl LROOKE TklLLH ALL THE EVENTS OF jn. LIFE All buainaaa . onhdeutial Ladies uulrn. tlernen 50 cents aach. 408 L at., bat wean 4th and5th aw. ae24-8w* T)BOF. CLAT. WOJfDKRFt'LLV OIFTEU CLAl? JT vuyant. AsUukwvr and bpintual Hadiiun Bora with aeoond surbt and veil Every bidden mystery I* vealed. Re?-owr. lu^ or atolaa pro|a-rty /inds\nd deu traaaursa. Oivaa lo. k> nnml.-ss Cauaea apatSr marrlMsa bnmra separated toretber. Oivaa-^iii in boatoaaa Ren.oyea all lamily trouble* and avfl L. luencea. Cures aiekliaas If djai'imiuuil bv effort* of Others, Jwbrr not all alike, aa IbeV^Zior^^ vinoe the most akepti.al Stranrers from otbar . iu*s will aave ttme and dl?a,.p?lntmeM bHiuK^r only **<nnln< clairvoyant in *hia cm as tn .nrn.Ti. where all other, fall-'and adTer^ oui. wSaTu^SI do. stttinm. ?'Oc. Ijfe-riwdina by uiall on no>ipo3 ^ngs^r^,rw?^Urt^ Ho^rrcr 421 BU at. tt. SPECIALTIES. 878 13TH ST. M.W_ <Ji the Bya. ? ? lOht PILES OF WHAT KN'EB FtHUL lTO MATTERj Ion* standing, ajieedily cured. 11 lllawl al clS-1.* ATTORNEYS.