P>R BRUT?419 3D ST. N F... TWO-STORY, BAY
?vi-idow Brick, tii room* and t?ih, paperrd, eou
crate-1 cellar, and all modern convruleoeas; rent,
$2*.50. Apply to M M BOHBEB, 302 KmI Capitol
fTOB BKHT-TWO HOUSES, 11TH ST. H.W? 11
X room* each: uae a* one hnuw if desired; all mod,
lmpa . flrst-claaa order, central, and rood location (or
rocmrswune A. 8 CAYWOOI). 910 9th at. n_w. 21-3*
P)B BEST - BEAT HOUSE OF FIVE BOOMS;
Kit'i ud fu. back and front yard. 2025 9th at.
H.W. Eay next door. n21-3t*
%X>B BENT-A CHAHM1NG SEW HOUSE. 412 B
a I. ave. n.w.; 7 room*. handsomely finished; crystal
chandelier. large clcswt*; One cellar, furnace, yard;
m i . $30 Apply 1210 8 at. n. w. n21-3t*
Fob bemt?440 peb month-house lis b
-t.. nine Mornn. l.inr- cellar, mod. impa. Inquire
Of CHAS. 1. KELLOGG. 602 9th at. n21-4t
1?OB BEST? i 1034 33d aL, 71 ?1)
1 Fur ,723 18th #150 3.128 M "t. 5r lo
802 21st., 12r 60 07 1023 20th at., 5r 14
122012th at.. lOr- .55.80 2319Lat., 4r 14
1556 31st st? 9r 55 2420 N at, ?r .14.30
1741* Px. are- 1 lr. ..50.5O ?225 8t. l-auls Ct. 5r 14
1747 E at., 10r 40.50 519 23d at. 5r 14 .(0
1622 yi irion st 22.50 934 A 930 Hughes
1219 30th at.. 7*....22.50 alley 8.30
1200 02dst. 8r 21.50 932 Hughesalley 8.30
2815 N at., Sr., m l . .21 50
1413 33d ?t_ 8r. .. .20.45 ST ABLES.
1242 19th at.. 4r 20 Rear 2305 ave #16
2232 13th at. 6r 18.35 Bear 2012 At 15
2250 Cleve'd av., 5r.l7.50 Bear 2109 G at 10
2429 N at., 6r 10.50i
2402 H -t. 5r 16.30 STOBF.S.
2000 1. at., 6r 16 .10 1749 Pa. ave, llr. and
932 25th st. 6r 15.50 "tore $83.33
2303 L at.. 4r 15 1120 lstb at., cor 50
For a full liat apply to WESOOTT * WILCOX.
n21 1007 Pa. ave. n.w.
IX)B BENT-A CHARMING SEW HOUSE. OX
15tb at. n.w , ten rooms, cellar, furnace and open
grate* handsomely j-spered, crystal chandeliers. and
all modern improvements. Cheap to iroori tenant.
Will be sold or leased on reasonable term*. 030 10th
at. n.e., 7r. and bath. 920.30: large yard* ard all mod.
Imp*. 419 4th at. s.e., 9r. and b., m.i.,#22.50. C. H.
KNIGHT. ti07 7th at. n.w. u21-3t*
FOR BENT?11-R(X)M BRICR-HOUSE. 205 D ST.
n.w.: aU modern conveniences; fronts aottth; rent
$45 per month, key at 297 1> at. Inquire 1318 Cor
coran at. c20-3t*
OR BENT-A 10-BOOM THAME HOUSE ON O
street, bet. 17th and 18th street*. In the immediate
vicinity of the State. War. and Navy Departments.
Price $25.50 per month. HILL A JUUNeTON, 1503
Pa. ave. n20-3t
Skating Bink, N. Y. 1319 Corcoran st_ llr #45
ave $300 2105 Pa. ave.n.w., 14r 40
1116 Ct. av.n.w ,1 lr.83 33 2116 G st. n. w. 1 Or 35.50
3052 P st. n. w? (fur.) 1746 N.Y. ave. n.w., 12r.35
13r 80 3112 O st. n.w , 14r 35
1337 L st. n.w_10r 75 2121 K St. n.w., 7r 33
Uprer part 1700 A 1708 2142 I st. n.w., 9rs. .32.50
Pa. av 75j!?07 T st. n.w.. 8r 30
719 Stb at. n.w? 13r 75 4th floor s.e. cor. 12th
721 8th st n.w., 15r 75 and E st*. n.w 30
1742 F st n.w..l2r 70 427 V *t.n.w..8r .25.78
512 10th at.n.w.,llr....65 1519 Pst. n.w.. 5r 25
1220 On w.ifur.'.Or . .65 2d floor. 725 7th *t.n.w.25
303 D at n.w., 14r 65 815 4H st. s.w., 8r 25
1334 Corcoran at., 13r 55 945 C st. s.w., 8r 25
2d floor 12tli A E st.n.w.50 023 U st. n.w., 7r .. .20 59
225 Indisna ave.. l?r . .50.2129 Va av. n.w.. 7r 18.75
1731 lUtlistoi.w . 9ra..50 ill Eat. a.w . Or 12.30
8TOBES. OFFICES, Ac.
Store and d'wg 1702 9th A Pa. av..Koom 18...25
Pa. av. n.w.. lOr. $1,100 Store and d'w'g 401 K
Store 1227 D at. n.w.. .50 st.n.e.. 5r 20
Store 1706 Pa. av. n.w. .50 615 7th st. It*. 445 15
Stable rear of 1416 I at. Shop 804 Bst. n.e? 15
n.w 45 Store 102 G n.w 15
Store and cellar 2126 521 11th st. n.w., base
14th at.n.w 35.50 mcnt 6
468 La. ave., 4r . 3d flr...30>
The above ia only a Portion of the property on my
book*. For full list csJl at otflce for bulletin issued on
the 1 ?t an 1 1 ">th._ (n'.'O) THOS. K. WAGGAMAN.
E>)B RENT-A Fl BNISHED HOUSE ON 16TH
F street, one block north of Lafavette square and op
poelte the Ami. at the exceedingly low price of $105
per mouth. Apply to HILL A JOHNSOS, 1503 Penn
sylvania avenue n. w. n20-3t
FOB RE N T-2102 14TH ST, BBICK DWELLING
and (tore. Bent low to m permanent tenant.
J. T. DYEB,
n20-6t 1304 F street.
E>iB BEJIT?505 7TH ST. N. E? 0 BOOMS AND
r hath. in mxxl condition. laiye aruiind* and stable,
#20 per month. THOS. E WAOGAMAN,
B20-3t 917 F at. n.w.
tH)R RF.NT - A FINE CORNER RESIDENCE
F completelr furnished. 12 room*j bouse nearly
inw. all iiK^lern improvements. $lo0 per month.
Applyjo DAVID STONE, 80?i F at. n20^3t*^
P)R BEST - HOUSE N. W. COB 10TH AND L
st* n.w . 11 rooms; m.L; $35 per month. In
quire 606 Pa. ave. n.w. n20-lw
Xj* 'B REST?FULLY FURNISHED?1501 B ST.
JP n. w , 10 roomx. all modem improvemenU; a rare
Aanct- for a trxxl. reliable tenant ; price $90. Apply
to Bl'SHNELL A CABCSI. Beal Estate Broken. 1008
}st n. w. nl9-3t
OR BENT?FUBNI8HED?1640 21ST ST. N.W.,
aew and very desirable three-story and basement
-k dwelling, containing ten rooms, bath, cabinet
mailt lea, open tire place*, rauire. furnace, stationary
*wasktub? and every i-oiivenience: nicely and fully fur
alahed. will be rented at an unusually low figure If
taken within the next few days. Apply to
nl9-6t THOS. J. FISHER A CO.. 1324 F at. n.w.
B BENT?713 D ST. 8. W, 7 BOOMS AND
ellar. all improvement*; $33.33. Aprly to
BY WEX. 443 ,th st. s.w. nl9 3t
^B BENT-BY B. O. HOI.TZMAN, BEAL Es
tate and Insurance Broker, 1 Oth and F sta. n.v.
1000-2Eat.n.w.,42r #250 123C ?t. ae., 8r 35
610 11th at. n.w., 1 Or. 150 3113 N st. n.w., lOr. 35
523 13th St. n.w , 19r. 125 2222 H st. n.w , 7r 30
2d tlisjr. 1107 Pa. ave 60 8ll 6th st. a.w., 4r 15
tiOo 6th at. n.w . 14r 52 50 1223 D at. s.w? 6r 15
1 lilt D .4 t A_ * 1 ? 1 ..A <?_ < ? >
1841 B st.. lOr 50 1232 Wylie St.; Or
2015 N st. n.w . 8r 45 1003 N. 1. ave. s.e.. Or. .12
730 21st st. n.w.. 8r . .45 30 FentonPl. n.e.,6r. 11
12S3G st. n.w..6r 45 32 FentonPl n.e..6r..... 11
31014th st n.w , 12r.. 40 36 FentouPLn.e.,6r 11
1737 Oth st n.w. 8r.36.33'
F. near 18th st., 1 lr..$500 H, near 21st St., 8r. .#150
K bet 17th A 18th. 416.66 Fst., near 18th, llr .100
Conn, ave , near N st. .300F, near 18th st . 10r..l00
1 st_ D*-:?r 16th, 12r?2iM? 2i*th,bet Qand B., 1 Or. 100
Iowa Cin le, 15r 200:i5th. near Q n.w., llr...65
9th, above K st., 12r . 15o 8th st, near T, 5r 35
0,Mt 13th A 14th 17rl50>
941 F rt.. 2d floor. 5 front 719 11th st. n.w., 3r. .#:15
rs., heate<l by steam. $80601 7th st. n.w, 5r 30
941 F, 3d floor, 5 frf>nt rs.. 939 F St., 2d floor, ir... .25
heated by steam 60 939 F St., 2d floor, lr .. .15
Elej^aiit rooms in "Sun 47l? Ia ave., from 10to 20
Buildimr,"hrepro.)f,o ele- 513 11th at., 2r 25
vMors. heated by atoam,: 1211 F st n.w., 'St 25
from $:iOto $100each. 513 11 thst.,3r ,..20
1110 F st , :i.lfl<*.r, 3r. to 409 l:iV? st. n.w., hall..20
11101 st, 4th floor, 3r.30i
Matmiflccnt store. Snn 17ol Pa. ave., store #75
BuiUtnir, per an. $3,000 4239th st. n.w 75
415 Ullli at. n.w 125 1703 Pa. av., store 35
JilO B. O. HOLTZMAN, l(?h and F sta. n.w.
FiR BENT?7 DUPONT CIRCLE; WILL~BENT
for 6 or 7 months. Apply CH.ARLLS EARLY,
003 14th st. _ nl7-lw_
"CViR RENT-WITHIN ONF. SQUARE OF WAB DE
i l%rtt:ient dwelling of 9rooms and l>ath; furnace;
In perfect order and newly i>?|ered throughout; rent
only $4.V. STE1GEB A LI E BLR MAN N, 1303 F st
IXJii BENT?1606 Cor. ran at. n. w? #35.
' 2<r7 F. st. n. w , $60.
1437 U st, corner bouse, #35.
?17-3w Apply CHABLl .s EARLY, 003 14th St.
iJOB BENT-1 N11'UN!Ml 1 D? 1020 It I. AYE
IX rooms. iiuhI impn$8:i :i3. Northwest cor. 16tn
sod o sta. n.w.. #50. JAilt.S A. BAIEs A CO.,
r.l7 2vr 1407 F st. n.w.
FJit KENT?FURNIMIED?THE HOUSE OF THE
late t3iicf Justice Wane; 16 rooms; elegantly and
cotuilctely 1 Also 1618 R. I. ave.; 11 rooms;
location unaurpaa** '1. Forpanait to inspect apply to
JAM t S A. BATES A CO , 1407 F st. n.w. r.l <-2w
1MB BENT s.cj ani> 805? Jf ST. K.W.;?BOOM%
bath, good yard. Convenient neighborhood; rent,
#20 each. W. O. Dl'V ALL,
nir?t r t
1311 20tUst. n. w.. 9r..6t? 918 C st. s. e?6r..$ 19.30
1103 H st. n. w., lor... 65 24 5th st. n.e? 6r... 1 S :t5
201ti ?t. n.w, Ur 00 79 f. .-.t, n.w., 6r 18.30
V-'81ad.ave, 11 rA. 6l) MM st. n. e, 7r 18
14i>B st n.e., IIW. 60 728 N. J. avo. n. w... 17.50
131 Md. ave. n. e., llr. .55 63 L st. n. w? 6r 17
1311 11th st. n.w.. 9r .55 tOION.C.av.s e.,tir.l6.40
403 O st n. w.. llr. 55.7o 57 L st. n.w.. Or. 16
" 113 De Sales st. Or .55 lloM st. n.w,5r 15.30
64?i 19th n.w.,13r..5o 6(? 3420 Pr?^s"t ave.. 6r . .15.30
221 E. Cap. St.. llr. 50.6<> W hitney Close, Or 15
1 tfUV 24th st u.w.. lOr 4<> 923V, B'd'y, n.w., 5r.... 15
427 G st. u.w.. lOr 50 :86 Mass ave. n.w.. ,~>r. .15
4<>4 2d at. n.w.. llr 44)914 25 th st. n.w.,5r,.12.S0
?31 E. Cap st, llr 40 50 334 8th st n. e., 6r 14
?402 !*".?. ave. n. w , 9r. .35 12U3 O st. n.e.,Or.... 1 1
1304 T st. n. w., 9r 40 619 Oth st. n.e., 5r 13
114921 stst n w-9r 35.55 i'levrland ave. 6r 13
416 3d st n. w , ?r 35 McLean av. s.w.. 6r .12.30
503 B *t. a.e , 9r 35:1118 5th at. n. e? Or 12
401 B st. n.w., 7r :u> 402 t:s)4 st. aw , 4r 12
4134th st. ?. e.. lOr 3(> 3?25 Eenton PI. n.e.ll 30
2218 6th St. a. w , lOr .30 1030 4tb st. n.e.. 4r 11
Ost n w., lOr 25 328 Lst. a. w.. 5r 10.80
4V?? H st. n w? 8r 25 626 Gordon av., 4r .10.30
443U?t- n.w. Or 28 91527 thst n.w,4r,10 30
V*tE st n e . 7r .25 Is FentonPl. n.e.,6i-.10 30
7;i9 3d at n. w.. 7r 25 40 319 L st. a.e.. 4r 10
2225 13th at. a. w? t.r .27 443 B st. n.w., 3r 10
21H Arthur PI.. 7r 25 40 2250 11th St. u.w , 5r..l0
i.*)04 lOthstn.w ,Ur35.35$Ci2 13thsts.e? 5r 8
31 French at, 7r 301
3A*, Wallarh PL. 6r 25 STORES A DWELLINGS.
200?; 13that.n.w ,7r22>5 1944 14th St. n. w.,8r..45
IS IH Linden st,7r 25 232 7th *t. a. e? 8r 35
10U9 Md. ave. aw , 1 Jr 2429H M st. U.W., 9r .. .30
*24 Mass ave. n.w .22.90 4th and (J sta. n.w., 4r. .26
1916Lst n.w? 6r 22.80 301 Kstn.e., 4r 15
nlT B H. M ARKER A CO- 916 F st n w.
Jf*)R , BENT?UNFT'RNISHED?COB. 8UNDEB
land Plaa-e and 20th *t.; 9 rooms; near Dupont
rele Ptk e $0V 1313 20th St., 9 roofua. price #.r>5,
Apply to MLANY A WHITING. 1320 Fst nl7-6t
11 rooma. ^...#76
Bnck 911 New Tork ave., ?
nek 9:tO r. at n.w., 11 rooms..
tick 1529 8th st n.w? 9 rooinaTTT^TT^r. ?|
-K-k 1425 8th St. n.w., 10 40
?re ami dwelling, 7th and H sta 40
ick 734 10th st. s.e^ 8 morns ~~
une 802 loth st n.a.,6 rooms 17
m brtck, 1218 Maryland a*e. n.e., 6 rooms 16
una 716 10th st a.*., 7 n<otus 15
ck 1677 Valley St., 7 rooiua 15
[ck 693 10th at n.r , 7 rooms 14
him 312 5th st, n.e , 0 rooma. 14
lea room in 637 F st n.w 10
ALBERT F. FOX
nlT flt 920 F st aw.
ir?OB BENT-233 13TH ST. S.W., ONE SQUARE
P of Printing and Eavravlng Dep.. 3-sU.ry Hons?, 9
room*, all aaod. lmpa. Bent #25.00, Inquire 4?KI ith
F637^MTAa.,5r. 1208 Wyllastn.e.5r. 9.50
SffJSiwi?1 f hSSwwvaI
n isBV a.w^ Of i nr rv? #i. a.w. or. AUU
IS 13th n.e., 8r. water 12 1332 Millar's Ct. s s.,5r 8
Store 2200 11th. 15 Stable rear 9151 st. 10
IMS SWOBJUTKDT A BBADlJtT^97 F m.W.
P?OK RENT-unfubni8hed. v
1921 16th n.w? 14r. tl00U41 NH.aTn.w, 7r.$ 37.50
| HBrt. te^llr 75 2819 O at n.w, 9r!7....3ft
*?*h. Cir? 12 ra 75 12U.V, 20th ?t. n.w. 36
-105 O ??. n.w, lOr 55 vt. iw. and T' n.w., 6r. .30
! 13'^->CaroarmosCt13r..50 807 Bound'v n.w.,6r.22.50
3327 P?t. n.w., 12r 60 2006 8th ?1 H.W . Or ...20
VrN H.? n.w., 10r46.50 Union it. a. w. Sr IS
1 1729 12thn.w.,12r 45.50 Union PL a. w . 5r. . X50
I 106 Indians ave, 10r. ..45 Office r?. 705 Hth at.n.w.25
I 900 U ?t. n.w, 8r 37.50 Office ra. 1307 F at. u.w.25
Conn. are_ bet. R end K 18r? iw year 93,500
Vt. .*?? bet. K and L, 15r., "Unit. [wr year
K ?t, bet. 9th and 1 Oth. 12r? per month 160
; Sunderland Place u.w.. llr, per month 150
TYLtk * BUTH E KFORD,
I Bl-1* 1307 T at. n.w.
FOB REITT?CHFTHiniHCD^ ?
2 Ihipont Circle. fl.SO 50 I at = *45
; 1308 10th at n.w 150 1727 19th ?C. ..... . 45
i 1440 N at bO 1215 Oodd. a*. n.w_. 50
lilt 5 S;-to5a7 lltb
Cor. 18th and X 300 M bet. 13th and 14th
I K *t, n?ar 16th xVo ats. n.w 175
Dupont Circle.. ;a_2o0 19th vt.n'r DupontClr 125
Conn. av. near I st .208.33 N at, near 10th 125
nil ITTGH. TOI * BROWN,
n13 1437 Penn. ave. n. w.
1428 Maw. ave, 14r. ,150 1534 29th at 1n w'7r
I <30 Mas* ave.. 17r. .125 1328 RiKVs at n.ir.. 6r 35
P at n.w., 12r 125 1524 29th st n *5, o-;
1125 loth aLa.w-15r.115 1507 Caroline at "?r "5s
161421atatn.wJor.. 1OO 1007 Ltt nw 7r 16 45
1322 L st.n.w.. llr?100 2261at at rw ?V is
92214th at. n.w., 12r. .100 ? IT li S.I SHED.
1^ -4 Conn. 1??., llr. .100 Thorn*?Circle ^OO
?aVjT r?*" ,Ve" 1& R-I-?v.^ir.r7tli,'i4r, 416 67
17-'* I 2tBWT'fo2rK'* '-W ? ? luVith' 15r -*00
st. n.w., Kir*. .83.33 I st. nr 18th n.w., .383 33
] 1th St. n.w.nr.G15r.H?l.J.i Mam.av.,nr 18th Hr *ion
Bst. n.w.,wareh'e.80 10th st.,nr. I, 20r.. 300
A Conn, ave., 1 lr... .75 K St., nr. 20tfi, 1 ir "*260
3 ' ?tr iSw *nd K
i-Z'-i H jf-n w.?}Jr 29 s*? near Dupont
r ii-I V0?1u w??}Jr 7Q' Qrcle, 12r 250
a>l ? E st. n. w., 13r 65 Conn, av , near K 18r 2AO
?2Vt KS1^..w. 10r..S N ?t. nr i:Uh lbr _250
1415 N at. n. w., llr 65 Mass.ave ?nr 15th I'irtiTifi
?-/J! VI'H1 " T?;lt>r r?-';11- ? Y.,*lT Scott oiV
J 10!> M st. n.w., !)r 5o cle, I4r ?rtfi
l V?nHvto ?? e S .C nrri-3thJ i3i::;:5oo
??i2wnJ!? J y ? uo,r 18ih, H>r. .l50
1?14 tJOth st.n.w., 17r...50 O at, near 20th llr 1?^
V?6 xtn.wior. ,4519th' St^nclr Xl 10?: :i25
J4S0 iJo,n;.wSf? *-ii-?? ilth Ht ;nr G ?> *? lar.125
i V?J. near 14th, 9r 120
?rLcDrolt -- O*t- near 20th, llr..100
lrviA i 1 lwth lOr.100
T>^ ^fC*-Wi llr *0 190<116th8t.n.w..7r... 60
?bov? houaoa cmr> be examined l.vparuiit from
onr office only. THOMAS J. FIsHfcft* CO.
nl- 1324 K at. n. w.
I^OR RENT?310 E 8T. N.W ; 14 R( KTMH~*fT.
modern hnproyemmta; noar Penai.m Office and
v.' i Aw!y t" JOHN' H. MAGKUDEK, 1417
>ew\orkave^ ^ nlO-lm
P*}" BENT-HOH8E 1022 12TH 8T. N.w7wlTH
fcJ?^>U1><U 411 "uble 111 the re?r< ? beautiful
Houae 1520 P at. n.w^ 12^roonu^ mod. imp? $70.
,1"wo fine bnildiiur lota, L bet. Vi'rmont ave. and 15th
at.; south front, Kl.Cx 13< to a 33 ft. allcv suitable
r a ^rir' lhree huU*^ at C~s5?U*' JooT??telSi?
n?wr* yto ROBT. I. ELKMIXO,
?B-laio 1410 p ,t
Ii*V!L^Ei\T-7-8 177H ST.. 3-STORY-PRESSED
bnck; 10 rooma and Iwth- all mi. 483 3.3
no", 1m. OREE.^ * CUNNINGHAM,
_ no.>-lm* 1405 F il
F<JB RENT - HOUSE?907 T ST. N.w/thKEE
I <r . w .*? ?fht <*ll*r. P??, bath, anall m 1 ?
Vvjir^iAMAV ui-^V Houth' reut' *'M- THOS. E.
wAUOAMAN. 91/Fat. n.w. ocl0-2m
l !-Tv. Z'}.OTT 1<?? all m.l $100
hl^^r^^i6^' brlCk-ttr"-; 50
!330 V?mont areL, 3-atory brick. 15?., completely
Sd ' by open flre
1523 Corcoran at.. 2-atory and baaement brick
. completely turmabed.B 70
16th at. oppoaite Hotel Arno, 3-atory brick." 12
rooma, nicely funaahed ' 125
nin lot M- M." PARKER,
J1-10"!--! 1418 F at.
HNT"^Sree-8tory bwck DWEIXINO,
X 1 - rooma, bath-room, and callar; all modern im
I>rovMQenta; wall located in northwest rent i^O
-onth^TTtKB * BUTHEBFORD. 1^07Fat n.iT
"P?R RENT-BRICK HOUSE. 42S P 8T WW t25
WrTon?^ APPly W-W- BDKD,??^)^b
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
?uJlACr?"T otd^iU^Khouje. 1 lrooma[ includ
lng kitchen and aervanta' rooma, heated throughout by
furnace from oaliar and lighted by Sprinvleld tru
machine. Farmer'? houae of four rooma andkitchen
helPl ,4 >?"??.? Barn 64x44 ft. capacity
i aluo rranary, cellar, .uble under bara
llorfe?- root room, carriage houae, workahoo
uji|4emeot room, fertllixer room, with lanre loft above
J01 f'1.u>n* "'bay; haybarracka 80x40 ft^ cow (table
for.U cowa. dairy houae, 2 henneHea with yarda, and
&Lt2?5t *** new and haveoeen
erected within the laat 6 years, the dwelling and dairy
houwj excepted, both of which are in frood state of
i^hM. U furniahed. Youuk orchard of
tawilSSiKf Baltimore property. Inability of owner
C< n-?ri-TTBl>?-? r tor "*le on ""J terms.
n^7^t^ Lt-CKETT, 03o I. At Rockville after 12.
Of?*- FOB A FEW DAY8
^ Ajtos of beat oualitv Mf>ntfromerv
30 ^ reM vl'th ?.?amr>' improvementa;
mil? ld. tt,uber- well watered: live
milee from Tanleytown.on road to Offut'a Croaa Roads
8UUI tp t' rfS?: on vcr3" easy terms. '
T. 6. 8YPHEBD g CO., 1321 F at.
F?R BENT-6-ACBE FABM; 1MPBOVED BY
li-room houae, 4 (rreenhouaeiLharn. (food water - lo
FIFTEEN ACRES ONE-HALF MlEi
?k?ou T .?>?un<,"l on west side by
turnpike and on the esat side by the Brook
m r?i<lrB r?rtly in the DUtrict and partly in
Montgomery county, and immediately at the U-nnTniw
it th '"^""tered Teuleytown Electric Railway. makliiK
it the moat ehylble i ie?-e for Bukdivision in tliat loral
If not Bold within 30 days
,leaned for a term of years. It now timhI ??
a market garden, uid h? on it a V^Sb?. toU, and
outbuildlim*. T. H. SVPHElOi k CO,
tA~ l? ?*? n20-3t
FOB-SALE-VALUABLE FARM-FIFTY ACRE8
'2 fV'lti tor a porting, fishintr and duckiiur
iinck dwelliUK-, nine ro<)ins. commanding beautiful
KTounda; ch^ap for cash. Apply M B POLIOI'K
Smithsonian Institution nl9^if
For rent?dairy akd fruit farm two
itii'^T1 'i1" cttf ?0D ?b*re? oi money rent: some
'".'i- .-T"' K- A i'HII.H^S,
1410 N. Y. ave.
FJP.8A.yp~*T MELROSE PARK, HYATTSVILLE,
Md., desirable Ix>ts; oprosite the lia'idMim^ r#??i
l^t^rtLtm* K plftta50by 130
ItTi?tnnitllJ* oM M^lr^se ave. Price <500 each Lib
r* k* r!H* pun haier. of more thau one !ot or to any
one building at once. For further i.art",,l?A. .Vpl? to
,nl - TYLER ft RUTHERFORD, U
anl->-4m* 1307 F at 'n w
?poR 8ALE-AT ROCK\1LLE. HOU8E8 7 TO 18
, roouia; trrass, ffrain, dairy, |>ouitrj" and stock
LB??itTTC2? l?.f ii? n6?f> 8U*i?P?- COOKE D -
- * *t. After l^at Rockville. nl0-2v*
1X)It SALE?40 ACRES OF LAND. U MILE FROM
BenninB-a. D C ; line water, splendid f:Inn' sniall
awelRnir. iorparticularaaddre.* MAItloX DUCKFTT
Fir rf.nt-at watebford, loudoun co
.*" a larife now atoro and dwellinx. one of the l>r*t
GE?> K <-nS ,or. Apply to Dll
s kJAl w??*riortl. or to tl!e owner, w
wl- J <?!?:. a\e . U.mhii,rftoii. li. C o27-lin
I^OR SAI.E?FARM OF 145 ACRES IN 1M;TV/'P
Jlro^'. Conn^y Md., three fourtha'of i mile from
iorea^dVekn" \nd" 1,^^
rlear. d and in , ultnatio,, Also 12 acre, at W?SSfrtf
irufHitw!^ Beautiiul build
LLl.^bu^Md DtCKtlX *""^17-?^'
WOOD AND COAT,
Coal. Coal. C
?i>,Krtonb'*tq'ttllty WWU P?rnace Coal at
?.^25X|5etr?tou,**t QU*lity WWte A,h Chertnnt Coal at
Delivered in quantities to auit
606 Pa. are. n.w.; 1020 14th at. n.w.; South Capitol
_ . . ? and 1 ata. a.e.
Telephone No. 04. n20-lm
Special Notice To Close Cash
BUYERS OF COAL.
We will deliver the beat irnule. of COAL at the fol
LYKIira VALLEY >A nr.
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8HAVOKIV awijb wS&8TOV* 5.85
We truarantae CLEAN COAL and 22401
^ ^KENKEDY BROS .
*" ~ "on
Ko. 12 H St. N.E., Waahiiitfton, D.C.
Telephone 9IJ6-2 632-b.
RR Yard. Cor. Dataware an. and K at a.a. :
m DDU DENTIST, 715 14TH 8T. N W
1 /Teeth extracted without prtn by aid of local appU
arte, pleaaanand al/ectnaL ae22-9w*
PMt. DjUTTAL IHTIBliAAYI TKKTH FILLED
-T and ArtlllclalTaeth lnaerted without chanTax
<*V* <??? of material, at 1325 H at. n.w., DrnU De
tJ. Pate prevented te *
"E?OR HALI -.1 NEW 7-BOOM AND BATH. FUR
C nare heated. beautiful, little bouses on Eckinsjon
Electric railroad, on N. Y. m. n. aide, bet, lat aod >.
Cap, n.w. J. B. W1MF.R, 1313 F at. n21-3t
FOB SALE?THit DESIRABLE FBOPEBTY OK
the southwest corner of 6th and F sts. n.v.
WM P YOUNG,
n21-6t 1303 F it H.W.
FOB SALE-HOUSE 1022 VERMONT AVENUE;
choice location. ?
WM. P YOUNG,
n21-8t 1903 T ft n.w.
FOB SALE?1204 N ST.. HAVING 12 BOOMS
elegantly ] ?pered, with closets, and every conveu
icncf: cellar. furnace; every room bcatea; splendid
EbDtro iu kitchen; conservatory; back porches; la fact,
a complete honse in every detail. Must be^aeen to oe
appreciated. Poaaesaion jriren at once, roc? only
F>B BALE OB RBNT?FOUR NEW. WELL-BUILT
Houses, located on 7th at. n.e., between I a?d K;
press-brick. bay window*, six rooms and bath-room;
all modern improvements; latrobo and alate mantel in
parlor and dininjr-room; lots 15x110 to 10-foot alley;
f'JO per month; sell at banrain; easy terms. Inanire
Mra. Mc DEVTTT, t*32 K st n.e. 1V_
KX>R 8ALE?A HANDSOME HOUSE ON H ST.,
1 I etween 17th and 18th ata. n.w. ADDISON It
LARlOMBE. 1304 F at n20-3t*
Fun SALE-A HANDSOME RESIDENCE NEAR
the English legation. belrtngimr to a irentleinan who
la leaving the city, to be cold for <13. / 50. Hon* well
bnilt ana in splendid order. Apply to HI IX A JOHN S
TON, 1503P?. ave. u~?:',t_
FOB SALE-HAVING THE ESTATE OF THE LATE
G. W. Stewart to eel tie, I offer the foltowing prop
erty for sale on favorable terma:
House No. 1316 I at. n.w.
Hofses No. 1236, 1238, 1240, 1242, 1244 tad
124?fl0th at. n.w.
House No. 93fl N at. n.w.
House No 91S 11th st. n.w.
HENRY C. STEWABT, JR, Attorncy-at-Law,
n20-lw . 1224Fat. n.w.
FOR SALE? 11731 19th at n.w., b.
616 to 630 Md. ar. h.,9r 7,500
a.w.,b h , 4r ?IS,000 1 to 0, Alley, 12th &
1114 and 1116 6th at. 13th. M A N n.w... .6,000
a w., b.h. 7r. A 1 f.h. 11130 to 1151X 23d at
in rear 6,000 n.w , f. h..4r 6.000
406 and 408 11th at. a. 1746 N. Y. are., n.w., b.
w? b.h., 9r 5,6001 h.,14r 6,000
238 13W at. e.w., b.h.. :825 22d at. n.w., b. h?
m.l., Sr 5.000 ?r 4,800
| 220 and 222 13* it. a. 8^7 22d at. n.w., b.li ,
w , f.h . 5r 4,300 ?r 4,700
645and 640 Bat. n.<\, 2142Ist.n.w.,b.h.9r.4,600
b.h.,7 r 4.000 1423 P at. n.w., b.h ,
62 to 68 G it. n.e., f.h., 7r 4,o00
4r 3,500 2144 I it. n.w., b h
38 and 42 Myrtle it., b. Or ..4,o00
h ,7r 3.40012013 8 it. n.w? b.h..
015 1st st. a.w., f.h., 5r. 7r 4,000
and 3 houses rear. .3.000 1328 V at. n.w? b.h..
302 9th at. s.e ,b..6r.3,000
23?X A 241 13H it. i.
w? f.h., 4r 2,200
404 A 406 8. Cap. at.,
f.h., Sr 2,000
12 Capitol alley a.w.,
f.h., tirs 1,450
006 Alley !? A 10, GAfr
Ms. s.w.. f.h., 7r. ...1.100
Alley, 4k and 6th, H
and I s.w., f. h? 4r.. .900
731 2d at. n.w., b.h.,
ml., 6r 3,650
340S N at. n.w., b.h.,m.
2100 Vt. ave. n.w.,b.h .
920 Boundary it. n.w.,
b.h.. 6r 3,000
451 A 453 Ridge at.,
f.h., 5r 2,500
Tne above is only a portion of the property on my
hooks. For full list rail at office for bulletin issued on
the lat and 15th. [n20] THOS. E. WAGGAMAN.
FOB SALE?AN ELEGANT O-ROOM, BAY-WIN*,
ilow brirk house, containing ail improvements, ono
of tha handsomest private residences in the city, near
16th and Corcoran streeti. Price 48.000. For further
t?rticulars address WASH'N DANENHOWER, 1115
F street n.w. n20-lm
SOB 8 ALE-CHEAP?A THREE-STORY AND BASE
ment brick houae, 10 rooma, opposite^hH^ensiou
u20-4t ; 1304 F street
FOB SALE?a fine three-story and baseI
ment 13-room brick; all mod. imps.; heated by
iteani; lot 25x105; on Mass. ave., nearThomas Circle.
This is a fine property; well built and finished. J. T.
DYER, 1304 F street. n20-6t
For sale-a bargaix-ii-room house and
7.500 feet of land, for $3,500, in Mt. Pleasant.
J. R. HERTFORD,
Fob sale-a bargain if taken at once, a
new seven room houso in northwest, with all m. i?
convenient to horse cars and markets. Price only
$4,700 on easy payments; stop paying rent. For per
mit aee McLACHLEN A BATCHELDER, 1215 F st.
n. w. nl9-6t
l?OR SALE - CHEAP - ONE GOOD SIX-ROOM
JT house, 118 M et. i.e.; $1,100; worth $1,200.
FOR SALE?A food business, corner 4H st. and
McLean ave.; rents at $26 per month; price $3,200.
Fonr food brick houses on Union it. s.w.: a food in
vestment , $5,200 for the four houses. A food busi
ness property that will rent at $45 per month; price
$5,000. Two ten-room brick houses on Virginia ave.,
bet. 9th and 10th sta. a.w. $10,000 for the two.
C. H. PARKER,
nlft-3t" 4H and E sta. a.w.
PJR SALE?HOUSES ON CAPITOL HILL.' RANG
inf from $2,200 to $4,200, small cash payment;
balance monthly. Apply to BENJ. 8. PIKE,
n!7-4t* 1215 Fat.
"CK)R SALE-A BARGAIN?2-STORY FRAME ON
J7 12th it. n.w.; 8 rooma and store,in food condi
tion ; rented to a permanent tenant $300per year; lot
21.6x95 to alley. Inquire of M. M. PaKKER^1418
OR HALE-JUST COMPLETED OK 5TH8T\
bet. L and M n.e., a handsome row of brick dwell
ings, 3 stories, pressed brick front, aome 6 rooms,
some 7 rooms. Will sell the 6 room house* for $2,700
each; the 7 room housea for $2,800. These houses
have lat robes, ranges, bath rooms, speaking tubes and
732 9th at. s.e_ new 6 room brick, front aiid aide
721 1st st. n.w., 8 room brick dwelling, lot 25x130
? .iu, ... n.e., new 6 room brick, all mod. imps.,
$2,800. SWORMSTEDT A BRADLEY,
_nl7-6t 927 Fit.
?OR 8ALE ? A LARGE. HANDSOME DOUBLE
bouse; nearly naw; 1227 1 Hth at., corner Jefferson
ce; 6 bedrooma and two bath rooma on second floor.
Apply to OWNEB on premises. nl7-6t*
rate BALE-NICE CORNER HOUSK, 9 ROOMS,
K; very near Duivmt Circle. $13,000 1311 20th
at.; 9 rooms; nearly new; one square from Dupont
Circle; $10,000. 1428 N at.; nicely finished and well
built house; convenient to cars. at exact coat price of
lot and house, $8,500 Apply to
nl7-6t DULANY A WHITINO, 1320 F at
R SALE-A SNUG FIVE-ROOM BRICK DWELL
ing, within one-half square of cars and herdica
(northeast); $50 cash, l?lance monthly,
SWORMSTEDT A BRADLEY,
?15-6t 927 F st.
TX>R SALE-BUSINESS PBOPEBTY ON PENN
I. svlvatila ave. n.e., uew brick buildinf, containing
an elevant store room, with complete uwelliuf on
second floor, fine cellar and all mod. Iinpt.; amall cash
payment, balance on lotif time.
SWORMSTEDT A BBADLEY,
nl5-lm 927 Fat
]^OR SALE-A THBEE-8TORY AND BASEMENT
brick, too larfe for family of two, will be sold at a
bargain with Immediate )>oi?esiHon; lot 25x05; cor. of
9th and R St. IixHiire at PUBLIC OPINION office,
cor. 9th and Pa. ave. nl4-2w
P)R IKALE?A GBEAT BARGAIN ON CAPITOL
Hill?a corner pruperty, corner 1 Oth and C sts. s.e.,
lot 27x75; improved by five-room fnune house. For
further particulara addreaa WASH'N DANENHOWER,
1115 F at. n.w. nl4-2w
OR SALE?9 LITTLE PALACES; NEW; MOD
imps.; northwest section, on line of cars; prices,
$3,04)0 and $3,500. Elegant home, near 16th Kt. and
herdica -cheap, $6,500. y st.; ll rooms; ui. i^ sta
ble ; $7.o00. 15th xt.; 10 rooms, cellar, Ac.: termseaey.
On Georgetown Heighta. double houae, with 43,000
a<l. It.; price 7,rx |?rwi. ft.
Cheap lots, 13th st. ? Q st.; Pierce at. n w? and F st.
n.e. Get our prices Have also ssveral fine pr<i)?rties
for exchange. Loans?lsrge amounts a specialty.
J. W. P. MYERS A M>N,
oc8-7w* New Office, 1420 New York ave.
For sale-a fine business property'on~f
st. n.w., between 6th and 7th Bts., lot 20x100;
brick house. 10 rooms. In view of the location of the
l'ost-Office in Pension Building, which has become a
law, pro|>erty iu this location is specially desirable for
offices and business purpose* irenenUly, sn?l muht en
hance rapidly in value. THOMAS A. MITCHELL,
oc4-2m 934 F st.. Room 4.
FOR"SALE-THREE-STORY AND BASEMKNT
! ress-brick houso. with all of the modem improve
ments; in a good neighliorhood, and in first-<'lass con
aiitiou. A|>plv at 813 L st. n.w. n3-lm*
P)R SALE-SIX-NEW BAY-WINDOW BB1CK
Houses, northwest; nesr streetcars, market and
schools; houses each contain six rooms and bath, all
mod. imp*. Can be purchased at the low figure of
$:t.l50 on easy terms. CHARLES W. HANDY, 021 F
at. n.w. nlO-lOt
13()R SALE-NEW HOU8E8. TWO BEAUTIFUL
new houses, 320 and 322 4th st. n.e.; six rooms,
bith. speaking tubes, Ac.; everjthiug first-class;
$3,700 each. .
31!) und 321 D st. n.e.; the cheapest houses In town,
and cannot be dnplicated for the money; $3,300 each.
304, 300, and iK)8 C st n.e.; eight rooma,bath,
?peaking tubes, Ac.; slate mantels, latrobes, range,
and iron st|>es; $5,000 each. Terms easy and made to
auit. WASH'N DANENHOWER,
lilO-lm 1115 F it. n.w.
1761 Masa. ave. n.w., 22r $35,000
17i>?! Masa. ave. n.w., new, 20r 30.0(H)
Handsome double house, near Dupout Circle.. 30,000
Muss, ave., bet. 13th and 14th sta., 15r.. new.. 30,000
Mass. ave., bet. 14th and 15th sts., 14r...i 25,000
Mass. ave., bet. Thomas anil Scott Circles 18,000
R. I. ave., bet. 14th and 15th, 1 Or. and bath.. 11,000
Conn, ave., bet. Q and R, lot 27 ft. front 10,000
H st., bet. 10th and 11th sta. n.w., l;ir 10.000
711 l3th it., three-story lirlck, 7r. and liath.. 7,000
Corcoran, bet. 13th and 14th ata.. Or., cellar.. 7.0O0
F st. n.e.. bet. 1st and 2d ata., 7r. and bath 3,0<I0
Three brick ucar 14th st.an investment; each 2,750
Cleveland ave., bet. W and Boundary. Or 1,800
lxjtK 05, SO and 100 teet deep at bargains.
We offer for sale an extensive list of large and amall
houses not included in the above, also fine building
lots in the northwest and cheaper ones in all sections
of the city. Call at our office and examine our bulletin,
le'-'it-.'lm JOHN SHERMAN A CO., 1407 F st
FKJR SALE?NORTHWEST CORNER-PROPERTY,
1.303 N. corner 13th st;lct 50x100; side lawn
47x100 feet; trees, shiubbery, flowers, and fountain;
mansard, bay-window, 4 story, solid walnut trimmed;
brick house on west half of lot; cor. half of lot vacant,
ami well suited for four nice houses. This proin rty
is in every way desirable as a permanent home or in
vestment being contiguoua to Mass, and Vermont
avet aud Scott Thomas, and Iowa Circles. Apply to
BY ELECTRIC TREATMENT I CAN SPEEDILY
cure any case of Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Catarrh,
Asthma, Insomnia, Paralysis, Weakness, Loss of Man
hood, Stricture, Tuinor, Fistula, St. Vltua' Dance, Epi
lei"sy. Dyspepsia, Faulty Circulation, Cold or Sweaty
Feet Kidney or Stomach Troubles, Nervous Affec
tions, and aU Female Complaints. Practice not con
fined to office. DR. J. W. HAYWARD, Electric Soecial
lst 12191st n.w. nl7-lin
?kR. MULLEB, 828 13TH 8T._IC.Wj TREATS
'all chronic Affections of ths Eye, Bar, Throat
Officehoun.9-12;Si-fib Sunday,from 10to2.
Look in our windows aod you will better t
what ws mem whe? hi fnturs ws talk to you of proper
footwear. SHOES Cor Man, Women and Children,
with special oar? for ths requirements of
SAoss t*st require no "breaking in;" that
are pliable aad slaatte In nfkrn, yet strong and service
able la wear. Mm* that are ch asp set tseww
mAiM. Oar low prices place tkaa wtthin easy
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WASHINGTON, D. a
B. H. Stinemetz & Sons,
1237 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Having" Just returned from New York we offer, for
the next ten days, special iudnoeiueuto In
SEAL SKIN GARMENTS,
At the rammer rates; next year will be higher.
New design* in perfect-fitting
SEAL PLl'SH WRAPS.
FUR SHOULDER CAPES, MUFFS, BOAS, AND
B H. STINEMETZ k SONS,
nl5 1237 Penna. are., through to 13th at.
The Commissioners have refused to appoint
a jury of seven to assess damages to. Mr. Max
Lansburg's property, caused by the widening
of Colombia road, and have so written Mr. Al
exander, Mr. Lansburg's attorney.
Captain Svinous has recommended that 8500
be expended on the Anacostia road in gravel
ing it; also that a pipe culvert be put in at In
dian Springs on the Sheriff road, and that rail
road companies should put flagmen at the rail
The Commissioners yesterday took tip again
the subject of liquor licenses. There are many
nico points daily coming up. which require
some little discussion. One point that excites
no little attention, both on tne part of the ap
plicant and the Commissioners, is that of
corner houses. The portion immediately on
the corner contains a grocery store, while some
distance down one of the streets, separated
from the grocery by a partition, is the bar
room for which application is made. The
Commissioners, when passing upon a case of
this kind, reject the application on the ground
that the place is all under one roof, and, there
fore, on the corner, and reqires the signers on
both streets. Many attorneys having cases of
this kind, argue that the stand taken by the
Commissioners is unjust. They cite the cases
of hotels which are only required to obtain the
signers on the street on which the bar opens,
and of large corner buildings having stores in
them, but distinctly separated from each other.
The Commissioners, however, reject the ap
plication, making an exception, perhaps, of
those cases which have a hall between the two
Yesterday the following cases were taken op
and acted upon:
Northwest? Approved ? Bar-rooms ? Louis
Faber, 405 11th street; M. P. Sullivan. 700 Grant
avenue; Thomas Walsh, 1300 ? street. Re
jected?Bar-rooms?William H. Schlueter, 602
K; Daniel Oiesler, 1701 8th street; James A.
Biggins, 1216 Pennsylvania avenue; L. J. But
ler. 601 24th street; Delia Keefe, 1603 3d street;
Henry Young, 31113^ street; Mrs. A. Werner,
1538 North Capitol street.
Southwest?Approved ? Bar-rooms ? W, D.
Staples, 1127 3d street: Chas. Schnebel, 224 14th
street; Harris Kaleski, 633 4}? street Re
jected? Bar-room ? Chas. F. McLaughlin.
Wholesale?J. M. Butler, 1352 D street.
Northeast?Disapproved ? Bur-room ? Wm.
Brahler, 735 4th street.
Southeast?Approved? Bar-rooms ? Joshua
Clark, 1250 11th street; Jno. H. Gates, 1225
11th street; Jno. Shelton, 902 8th street; J. A.
Smith, 1209 11th street; C. W. James, 1235 Uth
street. Rejected?Bar-rooms ? C. Hoffman,
400 C street: John Costello, 532 8th street; Geo.
County?Approved?Bar-rooms ? Katherina
Widmayer, Rock Creek Church road; J. L.
O'Connor, 7th and Sheridan streets; Hubert
Bohnke, Bladensburg road; Frank Rest. Lin
coln avenue. Rejected?Bar-rooms?Michael
Linton, 7th street road; Frederick Rose, Lin
coln avenue; Michael Garvey. Brightwood ave
nue; James Gallagher, 7th st. road.
? VITAL STATISTICS.
The report of Health Officer Townshend for
the week ending November 17, shows: Number
of deaths. 77?white. 45; colored. 32. Death
rate per 1,000 per annum?white, 15.60; colored,
22.18; total population, 17.79; 30 wero under
five years of age; 11 over sixty years, and 19
were under one year of age; 12 of the deaths
occurred in hospitals and public institutions.
The deaths by classes were as follows: Zymotic,
14; constitutional. 14; local. 36; developmental.
12; violence, 1. The principal causes of death
were: Croup, 2; cerebrospinal meningitis, 2;
consumption, 10; diarrlia-al. 4; erysipelas. 1;
typhoid fever, 2; malurial fever, 2; pneumonia,
4; bronchitis, 2; puerperal diseases, 2; whoop
ing cough. 2. Births reported?23 white males.
22 white females; 29 colored males; 23 colored
females. Marriages reported?18 white, 7 col
Retorted for The Evening Star.
The Savings Bank Case.?The argument in
the court of appeals in the case of J. A. Mar
shall vs. tho directors of the Farmers1 and Me
chanics' bank has been concluded, and the case
will be decided in a few weeks. The failure of
the bank made a loss of about 35 per cent to
the depositors, and it is contended that when
the loss occurred the directors became liable.
Judge Keith decided otherwise in the circuit
court, and it is thought that the court of ap
peals will be nearly equally divided on the
question of affirming tho judgment below.
Savings banks haft not been successful in Alex
andria. The building associations seem to
huve been far more Buited to circumstances
here, and while there are six building associa
tions there is now no savings bank.
Was the Monet Carried to Washington??
The colored boy, Roger Campbell, oharged
with carrying off moneys belonging to Mr.
Fisher, which he found in the store of Mr. A. J
J. Fleming some days ago. has been again ar
rested and is now in iail. The boy says he car
ried the money to Washington and gave it to
his sister, but the sister declares that she has
never received any money from him.
Notes.?Another large congregation, dis
playing great interest, attended the services of
Rev. Mr. Yatman and the pastor, Rev. Dr.
Young, at the M. E. Church South last night
Dr. Marmion, of Washington, has for some
time been engaged in the treatment of the
eyes of a little son of Mr. Francis Hufty, who
resides in this city. The lad's eye hail been
hurt, but was on the mend under treatment,
when it was hurt again, and threatened to in
volve the other eye. Dr. M. removed the-in
jured eye from the socket, and no further dan
ger to the good eye is anticipated. False
alarms of Are have become frequent here, and
the police will adopt vigorous methods to stop
them. It is said by some that there has been
a considerable improvement in the oil-gas
light, but it is far from popular with gas con
sumers. As it is cheaper than ooaJ-gaa then is
a general wish that the trial, whulUHll last
until nest January, may result in sqoMl
Walter Elxey, colored, is held at the station
hopse, charged with breaking into Dretfus'
warehouse, an Union street. He will have a
Tr&nsffirs of SaaI
Deeds in fee have been filed as follow*: C
H. Packer to Catherine K. BUgh, sub lot 97,
square 544; 91,300. James B. Spalding to CL If.
Bibble, sub tl, square SM; $3,875. B. Sanger to
M. Sanger, sub 4% square 797; I . C. J.
Noble to O. W. Hoble, s. X ftlTssub. Xt Pleas
ant; 9976.10. J. K. Jenifer to Mary J. Baowden,
SUNDAY SCHOOLS AMD TRACTS.
Second Day's Station of the ColiinbU
Association of the Baptist Church.
A REPORT OX SCXDAT SCHOOL! DISCCSSED?THX
Kissionart spirit?bible axd tract wrru
ictiox-tu evolution or the tract, etc.
The second day's 4 session of the Columbia
association of the Baptist churches of the Di*- |
trict was opened this morning st the Calvary
church with devotional exercises conducted by |
W. 8. Olive.
Tho report of the committee on Sunday
schools was read by the chairman, B. C. Fox.
He prefaced the reading of the report by stat- I
ing that letters of inquiry were sent to the
superintendents of all schools in the associa-1
tion so that tho statements of the report were
based on facts and were not mere theories.
The report noted the great interest displayed
in the schools in matters of personal religion.
It was stated that the system of rewards and
prizes was becoming obsoleto. Special atten
tion was called to the display of
TUB MISSIONARY SPIUT
in the Fifth Baptist church in being willing to
mortgage their unencumbered church property
for the purpose of establishing a mission on 4%
street, near the U. 8. Arsenal grounds. The
report deplored the fact that such a large pro
portion or the church members were not inter
ested in Sunday school work.
Bev. Mr. Green, in commenting upon the
report, emphasized the importance of looking
after the spiritual interests of the Sabbath
school scholars and bringing home to tbem the
personal question of their souls' salvation. He
thought tnat this was more a feature of Sunday
school work now than in the past.
In speaking in the same tone Bev. Mr. St&kely
suggested that some special means be adopted
for teaching in the schools the doctrines of the
Bible and, the distinctive doctrine of the
Mr. Z. Bichards advocated the teaching of
the assembly's catechism, and B. W. Fenwick
spoke of the importance of the church mem
bers becoming interested in Sabbath school
Bev. C. C. Meador, Bev. D. W. Fannce and
B. C. Fox took part in tho discussion, after
which the report was adopted.
BIBLE AMU TRACTS.
The committee on Bible and tract Jistribu
tion presented the report through tl e chair
man, E. B. Curtis. The recommendation was
made that the publications of the church be
more freely circulated among the church mem
bers. They also urged that the executive board
appropriate money for the purchase of tracts,
ana that the general missionary be instructed
to preserve tracts suitable for distribution by
the pastors and others in their work. The re
port also favored the publications in the Jtop
tirt Beacon of a series of articles on the doc
trines of the church, which could be generally
Prof. Otis T. Mason in speaking of tracts and
their uses gave an entertaining account of
THE EVOLUTION OF TRACTS.
He said a visit to a great library would show
that somo years ago the tract was very gener
ally employed as a vehicle for reaching people.
If the feelings of some one was to be injured
or their character to be attacked a tract was
issued. As an illustration of the former he
said that in the congressional library there was
a tract called "A gentle purge for a Catholic
priest." Tracts of this kind were followed by
the goody-goody tracts and then came those
the object of which was to convey informa
tion. That was the modern tract, and
it was the circulation of tracts
of the sort that the report recommended. Ho
went on to say that it was not expected that a
good healthy boy fifteen years of age would
read Jeremy Taylor, Jay's Morning and Even
ing Exeroises, and other good devotional books
of 'that sort. The children must be given
books that are interesting and suited to modern
tastes, and unless right reading is supplied to
the children they will supply themselves and
perhaps in a way that is not desirable.
The report was adopted.
A recess was taken for lunch, which was
served in the Sunday school room of the church
by the ladies of the church.
THE ATTEXMOOX AJfD EVENING SESSIONS.
The afternoon session was resumed st 2
o'clock, when the hearing of reports wss con
The meeting this evening will be devoted to
the interests of the Home for Aged Women.
The managers have secured the residence in
Georgetown formerly occupied by Jas. 8.
Welch, and the home will be removed there.
The present property on H street will be
CRIME AMONG COLORED PEOPLE.
An Interesting Question Discussed by
the Bethel Society.
The Bethel literary society held one of its
regular meetings last night at the Metropoli
tan A. M. E. church. The prearranged subject
for discussion was the amount of crime com
mitted by the colored people of the District.
J. W. Cromwell, president of the society,
stated that during the past vear the Criminal
Court bad sent nineteen white men and one
hundred and twenty-one colored men to jail,
and thirty-four white men and sixty-three col
ored men to the penitentiary. Mr.'Cromwell's
remedy for this state of affairs was increased
activity in the Christian church and the estab
lishment of workingmen's clubs. More home
training and more Sunday school instruction,
was the substance of W. H. Scott's propositions.
E. M. Hewlett, the lawyer, defended the col
ored race, and said that more than one-third
of the cases made against colored people were
uniust; the police made arrepts, he said, so as
to keep up tneir rocord. He charged that many
of those sentenced in the Police Court did not
have a real trial, and in the Criminal Court
many a man was convicted because he had no
means with which to engage a good lawver.
'?Give the negro more work." said he. "ani he
will commit less crime." He suggested that it
would be a good thing to send a lot of the city's
idle poor out into the country to work on farms.
AN APEAL TO reputable COLORED PEOPLE.
J. M. llicks said that the fact cannot be ig
nored that the colored people have constituted
the criminal class in this city, and though it
may bo that many arrests have been made
without justification, those who have been
convicted are couvicted for actual crime.
?The colored people," he said, "are great steal
ers, great drunkards, and they have not the fine
sensibility as to morals that some other people
have; not because of race, but because of the
influences under which thev have lived.
Those who are in the upper walks of life are
not willing to stoop down to those who are in
the gutter, to take hold of them and lift them
up. and until the reputable colored people can
aid tho worthless we must continue to have
, such an odium heaped upon us as a race."
Several other speakers, among them being F.
C. Revels, were of opinion that the colored
man would be more prosperous and more
peaceful if he would only avoid the saloon.
Dr. Tumblety agd Isaac GoUlday.
To the Editor of The Evening Stab:
My attention was directed to an article in
your paper of yesterday (Tuesday, November
20), regarding the arrest of Dr. Tumblety in
London on suspicion of being connected with
the Whitechapel murders. The notice revived
uviu VUUUUWVW| ???? ? n ? ?? ? ? my ht ?
to the time of his singular disappearance. He
often spoke of Dr. Tnmblety, and some one
told mo his father. Frederick Oollidav, had
tried to break up tho friendship between his
son and Dr. Tnmblety, as he had a bad opinion
of liim. If I have been correctly informed,
Isaac Golliday left his fstber's boarding-house
after dark and was never seen or beard of
since. The last conversation I had with his
father he had no clue as to his whereabouts.
As Dr. Tnmblety wss not seen in Washington
after Isaac Go Hi day's disappearance from
home, it was hoped by his friends he had gone
to Europe with the doctor and might possibly
return. At the time of his disappearance he
had about 9100 in money and s watch rained
at 9180. Isaac Golliday was a nephew of ex
* *- riJ a
ten Jacob and Edward Golliday, of
Georgia farmers are said to be emigrating in
large nuAn. They say that the lands are so
poor fcrtt* state that there is no chance of
mUL^yhing. Most of the. go to Arkansas
A mad dog has caused great excitement in
Weymouth, N. I. The animal attacked fa.
Brown, aged twelve, and bit his ear. Fhilip
Hammond, Sged ten, was bitten on the hana
Francis Abbott, aged eighteen, was badly bit
ten in the heel, and Jos. Robert, aged twenty
four, was bitten in the hand.
Pillar, Heydenrich * KdeL importers and
dealers in trimmings, at No* ft and t Ksreer
street, New York city, made an assignment
yesterds^rtoCyrus H. itwefl. So preferences
n*?5L?f?_wtnUm J- chidtqb^
nlaed the trtte, who is Itttam
I mil* fcrtTglli iMmnrfc
NOVELTIES AT THE "JEOO."
A Rooky Mountain Sheep and Angora
Goats Anion* Late Arrivals.
"There have been some addition* to the Zoo."
?aid Professor Hornjtdr to a Stab reporter this |
morning. '-Won't you cone and aee them?"
Accompanied by the profeaaor Tnr Stas man
made his way to the buffalo yard back of the
Smithsonian institution. Here ha law a peculiar
but Terr pretty animal with a remarkably in
telligent face. ??That'* the Rocky mountain
?heep," aaid Profeaaor Hornadar. "He
captured in northwestern Munuiia by a friend
of mine, a half-breed Indian. He ia very tame
but renr impulsive. We kept him in a stall for
awhile, but he made such a funs and did so much
danmgo with those little feet that we had to
TDort him. I believe." continued the profs
"that this is the only specimen of its kind in
any zoological garden.
in an adjoining yard are four beartifnl An
gora goata with long silken hair. They were
presented to the museum bv Mi-sas Grace and ]
Maud Parsous, of Natural Bridge. Ya. It is
understood that thes" goata were imported di
rectly from Asiatic Turkey. The buffalos. the
deer, and in fact all of the animals, are looking
well in their new winter coata.
THE PBOFESSOB AND THX DEER.
"There came near being a dead profeasor
aome days ago," aaid keeper Woeden. "We
were trying to get thin black-tailed deer in
another flielosure. Prof. Ilornaday thought he
was equal to the occasion, and volunteered his
services to engineer him to hi* new quarter*.
Buck didn't like thia. and wanted the professor
removed. As no one would remove him he
undertook that task himself, and had it not
be< n for me the professor would, in all proba
bility. now be chanting with the angels. Prof.
Hornaday, who was standing near by. said it
wn* all so. "The deer did have me down, and
would have made short work of me had it not
been for Mr. Weeden and his club." The deer
spoken of is a magnificent specimen and has
been sketched a number of times.
A CBAZT DEER.
j "I believe this deer is insane," said the pro
fessor, pointing to a mild-looking creature of
the Virginia species. "He won't allow any
other animal in his cage, and when one is put
in he runs around the yard at a two minute
gait, now and then attacking the animal until
we are obliged to take it out."
"Here is the cannibal deer," continued the
professor. "He was presented to the institu
tion by Captain Hoxie. and has since his ar
rival eaten three chickens and as many rabbits.
He is of the Virginia species.
In the zoo building the animals, without ?
single exception, are all in excellent condition.
The large black bears at the western end of the
building have grown a tine black coat and await
anxiouslv for their yard, which is being grav
eled. to be completed.
The jaguar still continues his restless pace
and seems to have grown more beautiful. The
homing pigeons are rapidly increasing and
Liberty and Minstrel have a complete minstrel
The grizzly bear cnbs still while away tho
hours in play. They have a visitor now, the
cinnamon bear, and their tricks are always
watched by a large audience.
IK ANNEX FOB TBOPICAL BIRDS AND ANIMALS.
There has been an addition to the present
building, designed for tropical birds and ani
mals. Already it is nearly full. In one end
huge lazy elephant tortoises attract no little
attention. They were collected by the United
States fish commission steamer Albatross at
the Galentagos Islands, off the coast of Ecuador.
They subsist mostly on vegetables, and are
fond of pumpkin, they have no commercial
valne. however, as their shells are too coarse
and their meat bitter. The monkevs have a
fine home in here. The spider-monkey has a
lively companion in a white-throated capuchin.
GALLANTRY OF THE BPIDER-MOKKET.
The Stab reporter gave the spider-monkey
a bit of candy, which he promptly gave to his
female companion amid great chattering.
A cage with a tank of water in it is the home
of a family of alligators. Here it is that one
of the great attractions of the zoo bespocts
himself. It is a soft-shell turtle, and its pecu
liar shape and funny head are studies in them
"Dese yer is ole frens ob mine," said an old
colored man, speaking of a cage of opossums,
"but the Lord knows dat I wants nufln to do
wid dem dar porkev-pines; dev don' look like
dey war fit to eat. Dese yer is what I is skeered
of." he continued, pointing to a cage of rattle
snakes. "I 'member once, in the mountains ol
Virginia, I laid off to ketch one. I started
bright sn' early one fine summer mornin'. and
it warn't no time 'fore I heertd one. I savs tc
myself. 'Hyars a good chance.' and made ofl
arter him. I couldn't find him. though; 'fas at
I'd go to one place I'd hyar him in anoder,
until I thought dere war snakes all round me,
and 'eluded twar better to run and led de
The crowds still continue to flock around the
building, and visitors to the city never miss an
opportunity to look in on the embryo coo.
A Girl's Toilet Articles.
From the New York Star.
A sensible girl will not keep a lot of cosmet
ics and drugs on her toilet table, but there are
a few articles which she should always have in
a convenient place. She should have sn ar Ay
of glass stopped bottles containing alcohol,
alum, camphor, borax, ammonia and glycerine
or vaseline. A little camphor and water may
be used as a wash for the mouth and throat il
the breath is not sweet. Powdered aluui ap
plied to a fever sore wiD prevent it from be
coming very unsightly and noticeable. Insect
stings or eruptions on the skin are removed by
alcohol. A few grains of alum in tepnl water
will relieve people whose hands perspire very
, freelv. rendering them unpleasantly moist. A
| few drops of sulphuric acid in the water are
' also beneficial for this purpose, and are also
desirable for those whose feet perspire freely,
t We should always recommend care in the use
I of scented soap": in many cases the perfume is
I simply a disguise for poor quality. A good
i givccrine or honey so?p is always preferable.
I Of course, one may relv on sceiit<*d soap
I from a high class manufacturer, but it costs
more than it is worth. In addition to the soap
for bathing, white castile should be kept for
washing the hair. Occasionally a little horax
or ammonia may be used for this purpose, but
it is usually to harsh in its effects.
Marie Witheri.f.k's Suit for Libel.?The
suit of Marie A. Witlicrbee against the New
York HeraUl for alleged libel came up on a pre
liminary motion in New York yesterday before
Judge Lawrence in supreme court'chambers.
The alleged libel was published in the Herald
of January 9. 18K8. and came in the form of a
telgrapbic dispatch from Chicago. I1L The
complainant claims $50,000 damages. Coun
sel for the defense moved to strike out cer
tain innuendoes in the complaint and for
the plaintiff to furnish a bill of particulars
of the alleged special damages. Plaintiff's
counsel offered to strike out from the
complaint the alhged special damages.
The dispatch asserted that A. Scot* Witheroee
was abont to file a bill of divorce against the
plaintiff, and mentioned the allegations in his
till, among which waa that, like Nana, she was
insatiate. Counsel for the defense, in his argu
ment, pointed out the defects of the complaint,
remarking among other things that a jury
could not be presumed to know who Nana was,
adding that she was the creation of a French
author name d Zola, whose work a London
publisBcr had been punished by the law for
publishing. He argned. moreover, that the
complainant could not extend the words of the
libel, and that an innuendo could not supply
the place of the colloquium. Counsellor the
complainant said the words objected to in the
complaint were necessary.
Tho New York grand jury yesterday found an
indictment of forgery- in the second degree
against Debanm. the defaulting cashier of the
National park bank, who is in jail at Sber
brooke. Quebec, awaiting extradition on a pre
At Springfield, Mo., Taylor Smith, a well
known sporting character, was kiUed Monday
afternoon by Margaret Miller, his mistress, in
a trivial dispute.
James Nolan, an unemployed expressman, in
New York, shot and killed his mish ess, Emma
Bark. yesterday, because she had, on account
of his penniless condition. taken np with an
other nan. Nolan was arrested.
Joshua Foster, for nineteen years principal
of the university for deaf and dumb of Penn
Slvania, and for forty-six years connected with
? institution, died at New Brunswick, N. J.,
yesterday, aged seventy-six years.
Gov, Lee yesterday, in accordance with the
proclamation of the President of the United
Mates, I?sd his proclamstton for the
tee of November 99 ss a day of thsnv
Commodore Felix MeOorley, of the
fleet, accompanied by Bwgeon Marsteller anC
Engineer Kmanosl, paid an ottcial visit to Gov,
Lee in Richmond yesterday, after which '
called upon the mayors sf Rirhssosid sad
PRfcMDRXT SPKNCER'9 REPORT.
The B. and O. Railroad (Vw-WMhl^
ton Improvfim nU !
The wnotl report of the Baltimore ud Ohio
railroad for the rear mdw( September 90.1M,
?l ow that the (ro? earning* for the jmr
were flO.S53.481: the net earning* from the
various railroad line*. t5.MX.5U; the income
from sources other than railroad operation#,
tl.906.960; making a total net income of 97.*
055:471. Deducting tied charge*, which aggre
gated t6.M6.55S. there renamed tWfl.flS of
net income applicable to the payment of dri
den<la on preferred stocks or other
purpose*. Tb're ha* been a largr in
creaae of freight and paaaenger trade.
An apparent decreaae of t:*VV544 in groea
earning* and of 1514.444 in net earning* i* more
than accounted for bv bookkeeping change*
due to the sale of the Baltimore and Ohio ex.
prt ?* in (September. 1M>7. and of the aleeping
aud parlor car franchise* in June. iwth. by ex
ception*! receipt* of caah from the Central
Oliio railroad in the pre viou* rear; bv increased
ex|?enditun? upon roadway and bridge* in
WW over 1(M7. and by m. reMed expenditure*
for locomotive* and freight can, which were
charged to operating expenses.
m the amtuL uunot mn.
which givc^the financial condition of the com
pany. upon the debit aide are found the follow
ing item* of local interect: Coat of Baltimore,
Washington and Alexandria branch of the
Washington City and Point Lookout railroad,
tMO.OCO; tanking fund on account of aame
branch. $44,000. and under head of bond*
and *tock. held br trnateea a* aecurtty for
bonded debt. V'aahington branch atock,
tl.02S.000. I'pon the credit aide i* found,
under the head of bond* aaaumed by the
Ilaltimore aud Ohio railroad, Alexandria
br.inch of the Wa*tungton City and 1'oint Look
out railroad. C per cent. t540000. In the liat
of l>ond* owned by the company are twelve
District of Columbia 8.65*. par value. 95.100,
and seventy-one Washington City and Point
Lookout railroad, valued at 171.000. The leaee
of this latter road ia perpetual, and the annual
rental is t36,000. !n the table of construction
and betterment* art the following itema of lo
cal interest: A'.oandria brauch. t3.019.lt4;
Metropolitan brancn improvementa. tl.740.S0;
new depot at Forest Olen. tS.H1.40; new freight
yard at Washington. D. C. t#.t?>M.99. The
profit and loa* account of the Washington
branch road ahowa a loaa for the vear of
Bt'StNEM or THE Soar I* WASHING TO*.
President Spencer aay*. in relation to the
business in this city: * The want of additional
yard room at Washington. O. C., had become
so pressing that your management decided to
purchase about aeventeen acre*. fronting on
Boundary avenue, near the intersection ofNew
York avenue, and it i* now txing prepared for
freight yard and station purj one*. The loca
tion in admirable for this purpose, aa well as
for a passenger station for that part of the city,
and the result of tin* improvement should be a
large increase in the company's business and
great economy in the performance of the
present work. It has for some year* been the
exception that freight destined for Washington
has not been seriously delayed at Mart<u*burg,
Washington Junction, and'Baltimore for want
of room for its reception and delivery at Wash
ington. The new yard is expected "to remedy
this difficulty, and to thus attract additional
in REGARD TO TTTtrmK REQCIREKTXT*
the report saya: "Still, many extensive improve
ments are required at various points on yonr
system in order to secure much-needed econo
mies of service. Among these may be men
tioned additional docks snd piers at Philadel
phia; the enlargement and rearrangement of
the Locust Point yard, particulars that portion
in which the coal tonnage and the export and
import traffic are handled; the erection of a
new paaaenger station at Washington, D. C.,
coupled most likelv with an expenaive change
of location of nearlv all the tracka of the com
pany in that city; tfie completion of the double
track on the Metropolitan Branch; a change of
line at Harper'a Ferry, to avoid "the further
maintenance of an unsuitable and expensive
bridge and approaches, a* well as to secure a
double track across the Potomac river at that
Bint; the construction of a new line through
e city of Wheeling, to avoid the heavy grade*
and sharp curvature within the streets of that
city, and to concentrate the yard work now
done at Wheeling. Brnwood and Bellalre for
the three diviaiona of the road ending at the
Ohio river. The exchange of traffic at thia
point from one division to another is subjected
to auch delays as not only to cause serious loaa
to the compimy in the use of its equipment,
bnt to frequently drive the business to com
petitors. This improvement should be made
as soon as proper ordinance* can be obtained
from the city of Wheeling.
Why She Doe* Not Ride.
A RACHITIC* VRH. CLEVELAND I* BAlt) TO till
TO THE PRESIDENT'S WISHES.
An article on "Biding in Washington" in tbs
Comm'poitian says: "The resolution of the
President not to encourage by example as well
as by precept the sport to which the national
capital is so madly devoted, has been the cause
of no little secret grief to thfem. Some of the
lew democratic of the court circle of the re
public feel that the chief executive, like the
Prince of Wales, should be a social leader, the
active and foremost patron of all thoae pleasant
but futile schrmes to make life one gloriou*
holiday. Hard to bear as has been hi* refusal
to imperil the affairs of state by riaking his
neck on the un*table back of a fleet-footed
, steed, thev have refused to be consoled for
I Mr>. Cleveland's abstinence from riding. Her
i friend* have importuned her with a persistence
; worthy of the cause that they have at heart to
ioin their tanbark tournament* and their *imu
| latcd fox hunts; they have pictured to her the
' pleasure and exhilaration of these divine
sport*; but to the entreating words aud smiiee
of Indies and the gracious and eloquent speech
! of nun. she has been unyielding. Whether
thi* apparent obstinancy, so charming that it
ou<?ht to have a finer and more fit name, has
been due to dislike of riding or deference to
her husband's wishes, it were idle perhaps
to speculate. Still I can not refrain from
mentioning the fact that there was a time in
her life, before she assumed the grave and
onerous duties of the tint lady of the land,
when she was rather fond of riding. Nor must
I 1 fail to mention also how a young statesman
i who, though not so eloquent aa Webster or
Clay, can ride better thuu either, once called at
the White House with the gentleet and moet
i comely of animal* to invite her to ride; how,
; like Agrippa, she was "almost persuaded" to
accept the invitation; how thi President, with
sweet and gentle firmness, interposed a veto;
? bow the young wife, mindful of her oath to
, obey her husband, yielded to his wisdom and
1 will; how the young'statesman. unreconciled to
j his disappointment by the profusion of thanks
1 with which his kindness and courtesy were re
warded, rode away with a heavy heart to seek
another companion. In spite of this reluctance
to ride herself. Mrs. Cleveland has attended
many of the entertainments given at the riding
academy, and the success and brilliancy of the
drag hunts and paper chases have been due to
a degree to her warm encouragement and stim
ulating presence. If she has decided, as it is
claimed, to renew her acquaintance with the
saddle this autumn, nothing except a similar
resolution on the President'* part will be want
ting to give eouestrianwui in Washington the
perfect official and social standing that it dose
not now quite possess.
"You ducked your head," said the ma_
to Patrick Lane, who charged Jcaeph Kavanagh
t with shooting at him in the Strand
"Faith, and I did. your worship, it's better
' to be a coward for five minutes than to he deed
all your lifetime."?London Giobi.
The little bov had come in with hi* clothes
torn, his hair full of dost, and his face bearing
unmistakable marks of a severe conflict "O,
Willie! Willie!" exclaimed his mother, deeply
shocked and grieved, "yon have disobeyed me
again. How often have I told you not to plar
with that wicked Stapleford boy"Mamma,1'
said Willie, "do I look as if 1 had been playing
with anybody?"?Ckiemfb ~ "
Smith?"You My the
Jones?"A total failure.
8.?"I thought you Mid
r^lm (who ta looking for work and has pee
tercd Mn. Hobeon beyond endurance)?"That
" ft eoat of ytiaBl
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