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FOR RENT?HOUSES.
1X)R REST? |
? 1*24 Orh sw, Or $15 1351 Ctw,9rBath#2g5?
r-.'??th at a.w ,8r w.l*30 *04 4* ??.fc . nU.18 30
bO? . th s.w.,Or .BL1 18 30 300 * s.w., Sr. a. I..Q.W
4H4 n fcr 712 Xii Helm*av. ?.wj
131 H i?, ir water .10 487 K aTwTSr.l j
33. M a.w , Sr.water...IB 1020 7th iwj
613 3d aw, Sr 808 7th aw.4
$08 4H a. w.. 4r.Astr 40 30 3lK L ? w.Dr., ^
1013 C ? w,Sr. sraVr 22 318 3d at n ? , flrwkg.TJ>
129 L a. w, Xr. 8 116 M a.e_ ?r 10
000 V. ive, 5r wtwt 15 Cor. littVi>nj.?.1itr IS
a24.if O H. PARKER. Cor. 4H and E at ?.w.
PBB RENT-FVRNI8HED?
1 SlOOunn. bt 1 8r$3oOI l'JOO O at ?.w.. 12r $150
vn furbished. *
1325 Q it n.w, llr. $55 230-S4 1st at a. w $15.40
1627 Conn. ave.Sr 40 2009 N. Y aea, Br 15
1 606 Corcorau st, 8r :? 2234 Cleveland ava Or 14
140 C *1 a e. 9r 30 OScee, St Cloud Bnildln*.
907 U at n.w ,0r ...IK 50 eor9th andFsta.
1415 W st. Or 22 30>
n24 3t JOHN 8BEBMAW k CO, 1407 T at.
IJOR RENT-THAT ELEGANT RESIDENCE 1022
? srmont tn n. w.; will not be routed for a aborter
I ""'" 'h?n three years. For term* and permission to
Mapwt apvlj to GCRLEY BROTHERS,
n24-lw 1319 F st n w.
For rent-a thrbmtoby brick dweel
"J1 M at., near Conn are ; contains 9 rooms.
Oath and all modern convenience*: rent Terr low.
n24-1 w THos. J. FISHEK A CO., 1324 T at. n.w.
I^UR RENT-400 R ST. 31. W? TWO-STORY BACK
bail'limr aix-room Houae. bay window; preaa brick
rront. nearly new, all in. L Call 1623 New Jeraey
aw. n24-3t*
P?R RENT-A FINE NEW BRICK AND STONE
front Residence, on Mssa. are., containing 14
r> sjm*. ^sth, cabinet mantels and open ftre-placaa;
One!} finished throughout. beautiful Ica-ation.
"24-1 w THUS. J. FISHEK ACO.1324 Fit.
i^ou KENT?PARTLY FURNISHED, OH 14TH
"t. near Boundary, a nlca newly papered and
Painted six-room and bath, i rese-bn.k front bouse,
with larve yard and ? table in rear, for $35 per month
tn advance. WILLS A CO , 1425 New York are. It*
I*'K RENT-ON 15TH ST. N. W? TEN BOOKS,
cellar, 1 uniace and open grates, and all m 1.; ?!:ii 1
10th at n.e., 7r and bath. $2o 30. large yanla and all
luud. it'ii i* 41 i? 4th at a.e., 9r. and b., m. t, #22 50.
C H KNIGHT. 607 7th at n.w n24-3t?
FOR RENT?3 NEW BRICK HOUSES, 7 BOOMS,
bath, all mod. Imps. 015. 017, 6101 at n. a. Ap
ply Kit New Jeraey are. n. w. n34-3t*
IX)K KENT-NICE TWO-xTOBT BAY-WINDOW
brifk bailee. ? pom*, bath and cellar. Capitol Hill
near Eaat Capitol at: rent S20.30. M. M. ROHRFK,
MH Eait Capitol at It*
K RENT-A BEALTIFTXXY rCRNISHED
Hooaa aix montha or by year, in moat desirable
part of northwest, near Dupcnt circle; stable and car.
rta?e bouae also two nice Vehicles for sals cheap. Au
tlreee IMMEDIATE, StarofBce. It*
I ."MR RENT
4i?J V n.w,. J?r. #33.50 809 N St n.w.. 7r 20
71 It 21 <t at n.w , 9r 32.50 43? :id ?t n.e ,7r....20 50
Cor. >tb * P n.w., lur 25 1515 0th it mw^, 8r.22.50
34 E it n w., Hr 26.So 533 5th at ie., 7r. 20
8t4>re otn and P n.w 2U|ll 19 \ at. n.w., 7r 10
1311 C at as.,Or lojlSlo.Tdit, n.w ,0r 10
W. CLARENCE DUVALI.
n24-3t 025 F at n.w.
F
? R RENT-CHEAPEST IN CITY-NEW BRICKS
with water 412.51); raOTement to National Mu- ,
eeuin Ooud ones other loratlona (10 to $150 per
mouth. E A. McINTlKE, 918 F at ng4-3t
?" H>U KF.\T-7<? E ST. ft*., NEAR NAVY YARD,
lean than a square from Arenas can and herdic
flue rwjii, tn Kvod order: parlor
l-ai'ere.J; water and running water . loeet. rent to a
K o.i tenant only (14. M. M. ROHRER, 302 East
t apitol at n24 -3t
>K KENT?123 B ST. BE. 10 BOOMS, ?43;
r 106 5th it B.e., 7 rooms. $30.35. 304 Msaa. ave.
li e., 6 n-oma, $23; 302 Maax are. n o., 6 rooms,
$21 30. 419 3d at n e, 6 r?>onia, *22 50. 243 10th
?t. n.e., 0 rooms, $20.30 . 711 A at n.e., 6 rooma,
$15.40 : 703 L St i e., 7 rooma. $14; 521 loth it
a.e , ?> rooma. $10: 13o Va. ave. a.e.,5 rooma, $10.
?M M. KOHRER. 302 East Capitol at n24-3t
>K KENT-A GEM OF A HOUSE; NINE BOOMS;
beautifully ttniahedin hard wood: utoderu improve
luents; very desirably located in northweat. Cheap
rent W F. HOLTSMAN. 1321 F at. n34-3f
F
>K KENT?Hol'SE 1701 BOUNDARY ST. N.W
'it. roouia. stable and lanre jronuds attached. Will
lie rented at a low figure to a good tenant 1 HoS. E
\UO AM AN, itl 7 E 4t. n.w. n24-'tt
E>'K KilNT?tt-ROO* BK1CK, 515 4TH ST. N~w7,
J m d insps.. rent $60, 7-room brick, 1025 26th
n.w, mod. mil's ; rent $22 50. THOS J. MYERS,
1021 itth n.w. n24-6tr
II* >R HENT A CHARMINO NKW HOUSF- 412 R
I.ave n.w . 7 rooms, handsomely Oniahed. crystal
chandelier, larwe closets, line cellar, furnace, vard
U. t. $30 Apply 121# S it. n. w. n21-6t*
*t*OR KENT?rNETKNISHED.
r 1214 Fat n.w .23r 250 1110 13th at. n.w ,10r .40
1310 K st.n w , l:ir 200 502 Maple av., I>eDroit
140i? Mass ?ve n.w ltiti 67 Park. 7r 40
142H Maan. ave., 14r 150 1370 B ?i.s.w . l lr 40
1 <30 Mass ave . 17r .125 504 Maj>Ieav? Le Droit
Pat nw. 12r ...11} Parkwr.., 40
172K 1 at.n.w.,13rs. K?:i3 FFBN1SHED.
11th at B.w.nr.015r.S3.33 Thorns*Circle 500
lo0!> bat n.w .war-h'e.NO R.I sv ,nr 17th.14r.416 67
17!)4 Conn, ave , 1 lr?75 H it., nr. 15th. 15r 400
2023 0 <tnw,l lr and I at. nr lHth n.w., .3M3.33
stable 70 Mass av .nr.lxth.15r. 30i)
1527 Ost.n.w..llr, 70 litthat.4ir. I,20r 300
H17 12th st. n.w , 14r 7t? R it., nr. 20th. llr... 250
512 K st n w . 13r 65 15th and K ita.,16r .250
J624 l.'ithatn w., lOr 65 Conn, av . nesr K. lHr.250
1415 N St. n. w , llr 65 N St.. nr 13th. 13r 250
15192Uth st. n.w.,10r 65 Mas* ave..nr.l5th,13r.2SO
824 12th "t n w^ store R I av , nr. Scott Clr
and ilwellinir 60 cle.l4r 200
2012 Hillyer Place, 9r 60 K st, nr 13th, 13r ...200
2114 Hiilyer Place liw 6i> O st . near 18th. lOr. .150
170it M st n w . 9r 55 (J st, near 20th, llr.. 123
226 N J. ave a. e? 9rs. .Si) lWth at, near N. lOr .125
1514 :KHh st.n w , 17r .So 11th st ,nr O n.w. 1 Sr. 125
2416 14th atn.w? lOr .45 N. near 14th, Or 120
l.VHSst n w., Or 45 O st, near 20th. llr..100
2420 14th st, lOr 41.67 1900 16th st.n.w .7r .. 60
2414 14th n.w , lOr 41.67 :iSth st n.w.. llr. 75
The above houses can be examined by permit from
our offlce only THOMAS J FISHER k CO..
?24 1324 F st. n. w.
FOB KENT-a NEW HOL'SE ON 18TH ST., BET.
11 and I its.: a moat convenient location. houae
beautifully papered ceiling* decorated: open fire
place*. with haudaome mantels and tile*. price $75
perm nth. Apply to HII.L fc JOHNSTON,
n24-3t 1503 Pa. ave. n.w.
IE RENT?2023 O N. W.; XICELY FTBNIHHElT:
lOnsima, all mod. imp*.: rood stable; to view
apply at bouse. Particulars of W. B. LORD. 607 La.
?ve. n24-3t*
1?B RENT?11-BOOM BRICK HOl'SIV-OS D ST.
D.w.. all modern <i>tM-eni?nces. fronts south. rent
$45 per month. key at 207 D at Inquire 131s Cor
coran st. n24-3t*
F>R RENT- STORE?1 $43 7TH ST. K.W.. WITH
)rooms,bath, Ac, above, $25 per month Also,
bouae 2020 8th at n.w . 5 room*. $13 per month, in
cluding- water rent .Inquire of DONN, 1424 6th st. n.
w. n24-3t*
FUff RENT COMPLETELY~FLRN18HED HOfslE
ten rooms, one square from English minister's:
for aix months or longer. $100 per month. Address
P M. J , Star ottce. It*
IJOK RENT -916 O ST.
:164 H at. aw-5 room*.
rooms. $11; 817 and 819.
LEo.N aKK. 407 444 st aw.
J^?K RENT
951 16th St.. 3-story brick. 14? $100
1512 K street. 2-story brick. 8rs 50
123 B ?t a.e . 3-*tot> brick. Itr* 45
1711 R st. l-*tory frame, in 10
FURNISHED.
1330 Vermont ave., .1-sWry bnck, 14rs , handsomely
furiishe-l. heated by furnaae and open Are
plai-e* $225
ltiti ?t_ 3 story brick, optexite Hotel Arno. 12
roLUi*. completely funuahed 100
M. M. PARKER.
n24-12t 1418 F at.
AO* KENT?713_21 -T ST. WILL BE FOB RENT
Ij m
Iv?ccii-tier I. Three atore* and bark building. 9
rooma Pace $30. Inquire 115 B at * e n24-2t*
FX)R RENT-41?~ll7^r AT*. 8. K-; 11 "BOOMS
and t?tU. all ?<?1. imi* 440 :i32 11that. a.e.:
8 room* and bath $ 19. 1103 C at n.e ; tl rooma and
bath $20. 1232 2d at 5 room*. *8.50.
JOHN F I8?NoHOE,
n24-3t* 305 Eaat Capitol it.
1" *>R RikNT 1154 2"2D ST., PRESSED BrTcK
bay-wind' w b<*we,9 rooma, including bath: newly
papered and in firat-ciaa* order. $:t5 per month. Kevs
ascond door. n24-3t*
I-?'OR BENT 2402 H at.. 5r 16-i0
' Fnr . 723 18tb $150 2606 L st. ?r 16 30
80** 2 l>t. 12r 60 67 932 25th st. ?r 15.50
122612th st. lor- 55.80 1634 :i:Sd St.. 7r $15
155.', list St., Wr 55 2705 K st . ?r 15
U'aUev*k^t H'tirbia' * '
120rt^il? ? m i 2^0 "?^TfVk i . || " "-30 ,
14i i Sg ????. ii::: :Si8 i
po# SENT-1217 T
^ K?NT?DEetjfRf p~r\T???
U24-.JJ* Apply to p r. LABJtEiuaio^it
<OR RENT
f! }J34 MiM.>T.,ir>rf 12J> 702 B*d*T it m.w_. 10rt23
'W1 l?it n.wn l^r. .. ?'i (jlK K it n e 7r \o
wr w' 1?T ' ? It 1410 T at n-w.?*r". 50J>0 .
SSjrn ft 11: ffc: a
i.wl"n.w, 12r 35.58 506 4Mat a-w..frT-.17.40
2016 H it. ? w.. 8r 33 2412 7?b at p.w^ fc^...l4
1 KM) tnh at a w, 8r... 32 222:1 Clevel'd av . Or 13
HO 1 5th at. n.w, 9r -JO Cor.let and N atajaw t!rl2
1516 V at. n. W- 8r ....S0 1082 .?th at M75r.10 .i0
008 K t u. ^ 7t .25 1010 S. Gap. gt, 5* !0.S0
n24-3f A. ft. C AY WOOD, 910 9th at Blw.
Fmm (K BENT-DK8IB > BLK FK1TATK BKUDKNCK,
1314 Coon, a vs., 10 rooma. large parlor and dining
room. all nuslern improvements, in complete order, i
will be leased by year to a yrivsle family only. J.FK>-D
KELLKY. 513 SMh st n w. n24-3t
FOR KENT TEN-BOOM BBICK. 1008 98TH ST. ,
sELEriiS'ss I
at a.w. n2*-3?
RENT - $10. new 4-ROOM BRICK, REAR OF
4 J4 O at B w.; #22.50. :'.-story brick, loud imps..
152" Culunbb st n w., $10, stable rear of 1250 10th
at a w WM F. BoLTZMAN, 1321 F at i.s.
n24-3?
UIS8 C St. n s.. I
1C30 5th at a.w, 8r . 23 12:?2 r. 1233:
5-0 s. C. ave.. 8r 25 1024 r. 1914 Lst,4*7 li
419 2d at n.e, 7r _20 1026r. 1914 I. st| 4r.. ,1C
421 'id st. tur . Or 2o 915 r. 918 25th st, 4,...10
1 -29 224st n.w, 6r. _1 H Stabler. 1604 14lfcat..l0
WASH'N DAN EX HO WEB,
t>24-3t 1115F atn.w.
F< * BENT ? S334 * ST. B. W, OEOBOBTOWN.
5 roout Brick; rant $10; kay next door. Inquire
4 -5 5th st n-e. Jt*
FOR RENT?HOUSES.
SPSS So;?#
11 Ai 4"Lh *? ?? ta?1- ?"8.x Alt, 7r .18
iU?;* Hrt. m. w lAr ...B6 7*8 Jr. J. a vs. a. w,..lt.
^21-' Si ?* ?? 1 ii 16 N. C. ?r ? ?? 6r. 18
InfLave, llr HO *7 L rt n.w., ?T........
1*9 ??? ne~ 11 60 715 A at n.#., flr... 4 *
}J} *<!???. ?? llr .66 110Kit. nw.,5r,.
}2J1 11th ft- *.w_9r...65 3420 Proe't ave.,6r
?Z12 8*l??st, Or .. . 551 Whitney Close, 8r. xa
H?43 IWh B.w. 13r 50 flO 923* B-d-y. nw., 6r...I6
81 *- Cap ?t. \ lr ..">0 t>0 :W Miflft ave. nw fir.. _16
JO rt. n.w., lOr 50 1816 18th it u w.6r .14
llCtp rt.. llr.40 50 914W 36 th n.?.. 5r..l2 80
-'*02 Pa. ir? n. Br. 36 3348th at n. ?,,?r...? .14
Art i.e., 1 Or 40 1203 O rt. n.e .&r .. .iK.90
" " ,5r .16
it.. 13
..6r..l2 30
,6r.. 12.30
>.. 6r....is>
. 4r.....ll
948 Sst. n.w., Br.'...~..:io 1030 4th rt"nT?^,4r . .^"l?
429 H rt. ilw.. 8r 25 32H L rt. a. w.. 6r 10.80
443 get. n.Wj6r.!"!!!^'8 626 Gordon ar.,4r '.la36
9? K rt 11. -it 25 815 27th rt. ?.v.^r.10 30
y.'Mrt. n. w? 7r..25.401202 0rt. a.*, 6r....l0 30
222o 13th ?t. n. w. flr 2 < 319 L rt n.e., 4*..... '10
21* Arthur PL, 7r .25.40443 R rt. n.w? Sr."";!ilo
' r., Sr..10
224 Mm are. n.w...22.(8) 4th and Qata. n w 4r '2B
1422 B"d'y aye. n.w .20 50 119 H st n.e., 5r 15
1713 6th rt. n.w.. Or.20.40 301 K aUn.e, 4r IS
n24 _ fi. H. WARNER k CO.. fils F rt'n.w
J?OR REST?UNFCRNIHHED. ~
ARES niTr 14r Q^Hy.o.w..7r.?37.50
o Bit. n.e>, llr i5 .?819 Q at. n.w . Or IA
WashCir.. 12 rs 75 1206-7 20th rt nV''"'S6
2106 O at. n.w? lOr 55 Vt aye. and rn.wffr 30
1325 Corcoran at.. 13r. .50 807 Bound'y n. wflr 20
3327 Pat. n.w., 12r 60 200fl 8th at. twf* IS
N'r N.H.av. n.w? 10r46.50 I'nion at. a. w flr* "in
1721.12th n.w? 12r.46.59 I'nion PL "w >" ? n
106 Indiana aye.. lOr. .45 Offlce ra. 705 8thXn w '->5
900 U at. n.w. 8r. . .37.60Offlejra. 1307 Fat n.wSS
Conn. ave? bet. R and S. I8r.. per year *3 -,00
?-4-?t _lj$07 F at. n.w.
I>?R KENT-application WILL BE RECEIVED
for leaaintr that moat dealrabie new honae. 1620
nnode Island ave. n.w.; particular care haa been taken
to secure perfect freedom from dampness, and abmitf
ance of lijrht and yentilation; plumoinir and aanitary
arrangements perfect; ateam heat andTpen flt*plarM
featTireia *Ucl *?"-P^a -Jp^M
leaturea of aelecUon by the architect: lnapection ia
lnrited. Apply to W M P. YOUNO. 1303 F at
or to W. M POlkDEXTER,"
n.3-0t Architect, 1506 Pa. ttl.
FOR RENT?1713 ?TH ST. N W ~A DESIrirt F
aix room brick, with bath, latrobe.' and m^SA?^
provementa: key at 1711; rent <20.30.
K H. WARNER * CO.. 916 F at. n.w ~
CHJR RENT- "
f By i. harrison JOHNSON. 1202 F at
1 lanre 8-room brick. 208 8th at a w . *35 neV.
1 new 8-r. brick. 4?JwN at. a.w . iil\ SPSo
i new nr. bricka, Hunfon Place, each, $10 '
1 u:J??n!brick. 4?0 N at. a.w., #15
F~OR REXT-13^0 CORCORAN 8T. N.W., THREE^
?tory; nine rooms and )?th ^concr#?t?d cellar verv
l'.!fT.nK ? n ^rable; ?*5- F"AN KJL ttPMclK
1U10 Fat n.w. n23-3e#
*? " ? 5r?60 IIP !;"? rtnle.^r! ioio
1154 17th rt^'jji 60
SSS ii?.i . 40 20643HuttoiiC?t'n.wl.'4r^
' ' - U ?tM.. 8r?16.30 Mark's Alley, 4r 8 30
*?l-rt n.w., 6r. 15.30 1332 MiUer'aCt. a.a.. 5r8
2A? }.?K 6r' 3riter }^ Callan st. n.e.. 6^... 9
821 12th rt. n.e., or.....12 Rr. 1210 I at. a.a., 3r 7
m rear 927 F..2.> Stable rear 9161st.... 10
T1 0 7?> m i ?>f\ lOAiii/ . A"?_
?er month.
office room x
714 H at. n.e . 7r., m.i. ..20
12o.> Oat a.e, 6r.... 13.30
'?'?? ???' ? -?io
store 1?00 Pa. ay. n.w. .50
Store and d'wy 401 K
at.n.w.. 5r 20
Shop H04 B at. n e.. . ... 15
>>21 11th at. n.w., base,
ment
,1213 Wyjle u.e'.water. !l0
J^S-lni SWormSTEDT k BRADLEY.927 F n.w.
FOR RENT-HOVSES- "
1116 Ct. ay. n. w 1731 19th st.n.w , 9ra.|50
I 30.V?"p Vi"n"w ^ "-W--50
n* w" 1.U9 Corcoran atM llr. .45
i l',~ i 1A1 ?9 -'VW Indiana are, 9r. . 45
13J< L ?t. n *.10r <ol51o30thn. w? 14r 40
Upper part 1,06 k 1708 . 2106 Pa. aye. n.w . 14r 40
. f?. ay 76 2116 O St. n w . 14r 40
--V 21k "U n w- J???JCil746N.Y.ave.n.w? 12r 35
.21 Sth at n.w 15r .7.. 3112 O rt. n.w . 14r . 35
T-i.*v ?"'?* 2121 E St. n.w.. 7r 33
? 70 2142 I st. n.w . 9rs. .32.50
"'l.'^lOth at.n.w ,llr....?.? S3.. 22 at. n. w., 9r. .32 50
??!l<rw W-(fnT->Wr ??.' W)7 T at. n.w.. Sr 30
" * ' '1r v.i: 4th floor a.e. cor. 12th
.\-^4 Corcorau at, 13r.5o and E ate. n. w 30
-XJO PSt. n. w? lOr... 50 427 M at.n.w.Hr "5 TH
^2." flouri,"25 fth st.n.lr '25
--'o Indiana ave- 9r ...oO'lp. pt. 2128 14 n w ,Kr 25
STORES. OFFICES, Ac.
8^a??,d:u 'tfioo sr* re*r ?f ,4i?1 v
-s &? S. ?!:
Store add ilw'r s. e. cor.
19th and B'a'y n.w. 1.15
401 7th ii W..R.2, 1st fl.10
Lelioi Bl<u . room 3.. 10
Stable rear 51311th n.w..5
'lye^ta pnly a portion of the property on my
fefc i -ii f .i-?f olh? f"r bulletin issued nn
the lat and 15th. In2.?| THOS. E. WAUOAilAN.
2,E^x^y?^
Fh?Jte?f:'r~,n a fashionable LOCATION,^
haikbomeeonMr i^sidence. furniture newandele
l*r ?""nth. Apply DAVID STONE, 806
? ' D_w; n23-6t*
Pi aiKiE^-.KCIJI:AI'EST RENTIN WA8HIN'OTON,
l * tn i?t. n.w.; 0 rooms cooiplcte hot nm
cold water, key at 1905; only <16. tlwauga
mAN- n'23-8t*
PVB..h,EiT~Fl KX1SH?I>,1KN KOOM HOME OK
- J- R HERTFORD.
I *oCT-at 1423H y at.
F"K, H/2T~A S*?T OOTTAOEIN MT pHTaSL
ant; #25 per month.
B.>, J. R. hertfohd.
n"'Jt 142.314 F at
FUn JiSIlS.011^ ?i108 N ST -GEORGETOWN,
k.ii ^ hoi water, jr**, bathroom, lartre
frffl^ 1,1 *V ""'?'de. and is in every way
in flnt-claaa order, and within one square of F st. an<
S^ntK 1Si?triwrb0ud nr?t<1??- prire #30 per
-oo 1,. r- A. DARNEILLE,
n" 3t 1228 F at. n w.
F38 E ?? K.W.:
* new .-room, bay window Bricka- all
J,*>-i^i..ml'r"ve,ueI1,B' "l*n ,or inspection.
_ ? W. C DDTALL. 925 F at
" RNISHED - A BF.ACT1FCLLY
inmished 1^-ruom houne, near Iowa Circle also
^ 0 rooms ? h, near Washington
owner. ^ ?" "-""ble.
F'or RENT-8-ROOM HOUSE, H ST. N.W.. LARGE
\?*\iiirht?dnt v??rl**T of lot ? ro,JU'?
-^i lighted. #3o. A. 8. CAiWOOD. 910 9th at
? n22-3t*
T?OR RENT- ?
*65 ?6
2">0M E ?t " 10r- 37 jV?
1 Be?el'aC??urt, 4r?water ..""".'II* io6?
SUT^ahV"'1 "dR-d }o 00
R-wma in aereral localitlei."' GEO.' W UNkiSs,'
- " ""*w 19th and H rta.
F??)SSNIrt?h?<,ii* 8 W" SIX-ROOM BRICK
.?* House, *dth all. modern improvementa presa
taick front. #lo..'10. C. H. PARKER, 4??d TfZ
? n22-3t*
pOR RENT-lltWOST. N.W.; 8-ROOM BHICK.
?.fii?:i?SJIT?el,t tenant will vacate December F
fcpplicanta will be permitted U> see through the house
?ny time. CATO OOD k OAREKTT Sr>^St*
F?*aOTF?"!? 8U^?20,m bk1ck~houses.
iJOtt P^e^ ? tla30 ' month- ^Jtto
For rent-c*fi'rnished-on e st. x w"
in immediate vicinity of Pension offlce and PosU
"mce dei-artmenta; house contains 13 rooms, bath
ranire, two latrohes, and improvements; rent reason
able Apply toTHOS. J. FISHER * CO., 1324 F at
f--w' n22-#t
V1}* BENT-THE FOUR STORY AND basement
twpiv^.k.^t'^v.,*',i13Vt l^that. n. w., containin*
twelve rooms, with all modern convenience*, ia offered
KiVrSr tSHfnt ? rent #83S per month.
FITCH, FOX * BROWN. 1437 I? nniylvanU avS:
n22-3t
F^BENT-2W INDIANA AVE N. W.-8ROOMS
D n" 14 rooms, all conve
houaea are in good condition and
*''.,,I?1.|1,oc*tlon- THOS. E W AGO AM ANN,
- " 917 F at n. w
F?n^-flv?n?u?^A ?7A? ONLY-A
iiij. residence, opjioeite Judfa-Ury
,UuK'tth. *\.D- w \ between E and F, from Deceiu
nTSe iiri^.*0.1*^ l-\ 1H89. The house containa
cluJetySST? n * Private offlce, with bath-rooms,
!7 c*"*r- <"??1 vault and all modern im
provemeiita - all rooma are i-ommunicatinar and hand
? ?"ru',hed. including new upriKbt piano, kc.
-,^k!lffc'M1 v? '*?**' ?t|eninir on to ? lanre hack lawn'
'abiuetramre and everything- complete- the
I!."-''".'!** 'yif? furnished and fitted thia houae up
BrewaiuiMi ox coat to make it in averv v>v m iiMinKiA
*b^* ?wln? to ba7 heafth will leave
jetty for the winter, and will rent the honae for
I ?88-lw THohe. WAGOAMAN. 917 F rt. ?.w.
Frt11 3^?f3^i0,P5:K MOKTH-HOCSE 11# D
of ckkTr KscbSsra^^sr1-lmp" d\hq^r
JlTi04D^t
ILZLXt
niin^ 1 rV^n^Ptalninr ten rooma, bath, cabinet
3s
taken within the next few daj-a. AT^lj to
nitMlt THOS. J FISHER it CdTl384 F at aw.
?.^t~bt bo. holtzman. urn ta.
M. tate and Inaurance Broker, loth and # ate. n.w.
1000-2 Est a.w^42r ^60 1?"C at sa Dr
51(> 1 t th at ? . WWlS -iTlo
2d floor. 1107 Pa/'avTiitM) 811 6th"it i"V~
v&nz liga ztezz:::::
1737 9th st n.w? Sr35 32 ^
FURNISHED HOU8E8.
Conn. ave..near N et..300F, near 18th at V(w"i
?" ^ rt Jw . ,
tHi y.Maoor.a b?.t*^ uSd F rt?24 ? S
_?-?ted by atea? ... ?<$ 939 F rt^fl^: fr i
forks'*"*!
?jTO
41.
toV^lTul p,.
-HOiEJSf^
FOR RENT?HOUSES.
F?R TOiT* nw"$35
143? V St., comer bouse. #35.
n!7-gw Apply CHABLES EARLY, 00314th st. _
FOB REST?OS FURNISH ED? 1620 K I. AVK_
12 rooms, mod. imp? tX.l .UJ. Xorthwwrt cor. 16tE
and o sts. m.w.. ?5o. James a. bates k co?
n!7-gw 1407 F ?t. B.w.
OB BKBT?TUBNIftHED?THE HOUSE OF THB
lata Chief Justice Waite- 16 room*: elegantly and
compUtaly furnished. Alao 161H B I. ave.; 11 rootns;
P>B RENT-HOUSE 1022 12TH ST. B.W., WITH
k^j^rPMnjoundaand stable is the rear, a beautiful
House 1520 F at. n.w., 12 rooma, mod. Imp- #70.
_ . FOR SALE.
Two fine buildin* lota, L bet. Vermont are. and 15tb
at.; south front, 53.6x 137 to a 33 ft. alley: suitable
for a rowof three bouaae,at#2.50per foot. Easy terms.
? Apply to ROBTt FLEMING,
n8-lmo 1416 F at. n.w.
FIB RENT?THREE-STORT BRICK DWELLING,
12 rooms, bath-room, and cellar, all modern im
proTementa; well located In liortbweat, rent ?.".() per
month. TYLER k RUTHERFORD, 1307 F ei n.w.
_p3-lm*
FOB RENT?UN FURNISH ED
N?w House cor 18th fc 1300 30th it. #.>0
M sta.. overlooking 419 Kst 40
, Connij-tlcut aTe.C108.33 1735 Q at 25.oO
1921 16th at. 100 500H 19th st 25
2017 Maaa. ave. b.w...lOO apartments.
Handsome bouse on 1 H St.. bet. 17thS18th.#50
St .. 9X 67 1315 N. Y. a\e . 10 to 50
16041 19th at 83.33 OFFICES.
1737 De Sales st 7."> 1503 Pa. are #<i to #35
822 18th st (new) 75 503 14th st 20
*012 Hlllyer Place 60 STABLES.
2016 Q st. 60 Stables 10 to $25
FURNISHED.
1 st,*bet. 17*18... .333.33 Cor F and 19th n.w. $200
I at., bet. 17 * 18, sea- 13th st.. bet S and T. .200
eon... 400 Jefferson PI. (6 or 7
K st., bet. l6th and months) 175
17tn sts .300 De Sales st 175
B. I. ave., bet. 17th and L bet. 18th* 19th.. 166.66
Conn. ave. 300 De Sales st 166.06
Conn. ave. bet. N and H st., near cor. 10th...l.iO
Dupont Circle 300 Sunderland Place 150
Rhode Island ave. near , N. Cap. at. (adj. Cap.)... 150
Scott'a Circle 300118th ?t. near H st 150
H at., bet. 17 ft 18 250 Farragut Square 150
Conn, ave., bet MiN. .250 Sunderland Place 130
(6 months, #2.000.) 911 16th st 125
Conn. av? n'tb Dupont Delaware av. (adj. Cap >110
Circle 250 Fst., bet. 17th k lMh.100
15th St., n'r Mass. ave.225 B. I. ave., near Scott
N. H. ave.. adj. to Du- Circle 100
pont Circle 225 O, bet. 9tb and 1 Oth .100
K St.. bet. 14th ami !F St.. bet. 17th k 18th..75
15th sta 208.33 T st (bet. car k herdics).40
Dupont Circle 208 33.14th St., bet. V and W. .40
Pst. adj. Dupont Cir ..200
Other furnished and unfurnished Houses, to which
we aafc attention. These houses ran be seen only by
obtaining permit* from our office.
HILL & JOHNSTON,
nl7-eo2w 1503 Penn. ave.
I JOB RENT?unfurnished
'2 Dupont Circle. #150 1434 % st #50
130S 10th st. n.W 150 50 1 st 45
1314 19th st 83.33 1727 19th st, 45
1446 N st bO 1215 Conn. av. n.w 50
1600 15th st 55 1430 N st. n. w 50
1430 N at 50 stable near Ct. av.k M..25
1432 N st 50 1228 I st. n. e 20
FURNISHED.
K St., near 16th 2751M, near 14th . .#175
Dupont Circle 250 M. near Cond ave 150
Cona. av. near I at..208.33 19th st..u'rDupoiitCir.l2o
De bales st 182.50 O, bet. !)th and 10th. .120
K, bet. 17th and ISUl.175 R st., bet. 13th A 14U.110
FITCH. FOX k BROWN,
nl3 1437 Penn. ave. n. w.
F>B BBNT?310 E ST. N.W ; 14 ROOMS ALL
modern improvements? near Pension Office ?ud
City Hall. Apply to JOHN H. MAGRUDER, 1417
New York ave. nl 0-1 m
IX) R RENT?728 17TH ST.. :i-8TORY"PRESSED
. brick; 10 rooms and bath: all m i. #83.33.
OKIES k cunningham,
no.Vlm* 14(15 Fst.
F)BBENT ? BOUSE?907 T ST. N.W , THREE
stories, eight rooms, cellar, fras, bath, and all ui. i.;
in jierfect order: fronts south, rent, #30 THOS. E.
WAGGAMAN, 817.F st. n.w. ocl0-2iu
P>B BENT-BRICK HOUSE. 425 V ST. N.W.: #25
per month. Apply to W. W. BURDETTB, 1020
Vermont ave. oc2?-2m
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
FOR SALE? {1208 5th st. n.w., b.
400 M st. nw? b. h., h., m.i., WV #5,500
m.i., 14r #22,:>00 2210 to 2234 Bdy. n.w.,
623and625 H at. b.h.. b h.,4r lii.900
and 5 houses rear 22,000 2024 to 2042 B?uud
V* nt-a .. .. 1. .... . 1 i ? , -
1342 Vt. ave. n.w., b. sry at n.w b h..4r.l5,700
h., m.i.. 13r 16,000 200 to 204 O st. ana
1730 H st. n.w., b.h.. 1320 and 132S 2d st
10r., 15.000 n w.,l>.li ,4 and Or. 13,500
R St.. fcet. 13 fc 14 st*. 2211 to 2229 10th st
n.w.,b h.. m.i.,llrl3,000 n.w., b.h. 5r 13,000
415 3d st. n.w,b.h., 2 to U 7th-st. road. .11,300
m.i.. lOr 12.500 1733 to 1743E st.u.w,
1013 10th at. n.w., b.h. Or 9,000
in l? 1 Or 12.000 701 to 709 Far st 9,000
909 M st. n.w., b.h.. in. 400 and 408 1 llli st. s.
i.. 13r 11.000 w? b.h.. Or 5.000
1242 12th st. n.w., b. 239 13!ki st. a w., b.h?
h., 13r 9,000 in i.. sr 5,000
2033 H st. n.w., b. h., 805 0th st. n.w., b.h.,
m.i., 12r 8,000 m.i.Sr 4.ri00
207 G st. n.w , b. h? in. 49 K at. n.e., b.b., m.i..
i . lOr 8,000 12r 4,500
22S Indiana ave. b.h., 43S to 442 I st. n.w.,
ui i.. 9r 7..>00 1 11 , Or 4 :>00
1731 19tli st. n.w . b. 1S39 8th st. U.W., b.h .
h..0r 7,500 5r 2.500
1419 20th st. n.w.,l>. 1109 20th st. n. w.,f.
h , m i , 8r 7.500 h..5r 2 000
N Cap k 1 sta n.w., b. (S W st. n.w., f h., 5r.. 1,5 JO
h , ui.i.. 9r 0.000:
The above is only a iKirtioti of the pmperty oil my
Nsiks. For lull list call at otfVe (or bull- tm issue,! < n
the 1st and 15th. [n23; 1 H(?S. E W AGGAMAX.
VOK SALE?
r BY T. H. 8YPHERD k CO., 1321 F st
14-room, P. B , b.w., lot 24x140,all mod. imps,, 17th
st, #8.500.
lO rooms, corner, on 15th st. n. w? all mod. ini|>s.,
#8,000.
8 rooms, corner, on 15th at. n. w., all mod. imi>s?
#8,000.
9 rooms, corner 12th at. u. w? all mod. imps.,
#7.500.
8 rooms, corner 18th at. n. w? all mod. imps.,
#6,500.
i -room brick. New Jersey ave. n. w? all mod. imps.,
#3.750.
8-room brick, K st. n. w? all mod. ini[>?.. #5,000.
9-room brick, K st. n. w? all mod. imps., $7,500.
7-rooni brick. 5th st. n. w? all mod. imps., #5.000.
8-riiom brick, 5tli st. n. w? all nwl. inijis., #4.3i'0.
6-room brick, 4tli st. n. w.. kll mi d. imps.. #2,800.
6-ns>ui cottage, lot 100x150, 'iukoina Park, #2,000.
jn23-3t
V, OB BALE?ECKINGTON?BEAUTIFT'I. lO-ROOM
r Houses, on line Electric Railwty; ateniu heat, wa
ter, sewer, electric lifht; every iiiiprovenient; aJsothe
choicest l>>ta in this rapidly-devt lo| in/sub.; owner
will build with any purcnaser who atrrees to improve.
n22-3t J. B. WIMER. 1313Fat.
Fob hale-a handsome new two-story
and basement House, press brick front, with lanre
bay window, containing seven rooms, all heated. 1708
4th at n w. Inquire of OWNER, 401 BM. n.w.
nS2-3t*
Fob sale?a babgain. monthly payments,
several eletrant new press-brick Imy-window hor.ses,
7 rooms and cellars, all modern iiiiprovcir"iits, lanre
yard, parkinr and shade; near Capitol, Pension, and
Printing Offices cars and lierdjcs; northeast So
aireuta ? price #3,900. Only persons meaning business
wUl address OWNER, Star office. n22-3t
P)R SALE- ATTENTION - AN FLEVEX THOU
sand Dollar House for ninety-ttve hundred dollars
(#9,500): muat be sold this week: situated on Xew
lork ave., near 14th st. n w.; admirable location for
residence for doctor or lawyer; lieinif a larire 4-story
presis il-brick house, with 13rooms. Address "Owner."
I. C. BAUMGRAS. Room 20. Sun B I'dV. n22-0t
TJ*OR SALE?A BEAUTIFUL O-ROOM HOUSE ON
r C, near 1Kb, s. e nearly new; all iiukI. imp.: worth
#3,000: price, #2.800. B H. WAR NEB k CO 22-3t
Fob 8ale-bri<;k house: eight booms and
bath; on 12th at., near K st n.w.; newly papered
and [minted, price #5,000, HILL 4 JOHNSTON,
1503 Pa. ave. n.w. n22-3t
Fob sale?
New Brick Houae near Dupont Cirrrle. 9 rooms,
bath with electric bells and ai eakintr tubes. Price
#7.500. HILL k JOHNSTON.
u22-3t 1503 Pa. ave,
Fob bale^the~ desirable property on
the aouthweat corner of 6th anil F sts n.w.
WM. P. YOUNG,
n21-6t 1303 F at. n.w._
For sale-house 1022 Vermont avenue;
choice location.
WM. P. YOUNG,
n21-6t 1303 F st. n.w.
fTQB SALE?HAYING THE EST ATE OF THE LATE
i G. W. Stewart to settle. I offer the following- prop
erty for aale on favorable terms:
House No. 13l6 1 st. n.w.
Houses No. 1236, 1238, 1240, 1242. 1244 and
1246 10th st. n.w.
Houae No. 936 N at. n.w.
House No 918 11th st. n.w.
HENRY C. STEWART, JB. Attorney-at-Law,
n20-lw 1324 Fat. n.w.
FOR SALE -AN ELEGANT 9-ROOM, BAY-WIN
dow brick house, containing all improvements, one
of the hatKWouest private reaideucea in the city, near
16th and Corcoran streets. Price #8.000. For further
Prticulars address WASH'N danenhower. 1115
street n. w. n201m
For sale-a fine three^stoby and base
ment I:J-room brick: all mod imps.: heatul by
steam; lot 2.>xl05: on Mass ave, near Thomas Circle.
Tl'is ls a flue property; weU built and flniahed.
DYER. 1304 f street. ui
J. T.
n20-6t
P5R SALE-A BABGAIN-11-ROOM HOUSE AND
1.500 feet of land, for #3,500, in Mt. Pleasant.
J. R. hertford,
n2Q-lw 142:D4FsL_
F)R bALE-A BARGAIN IF TAKEN AT ONCE A
new seven room bouse in northwest, with all m. L,
convenient to horse cars and markets. Price only
#4,700 on rasv payments; stop paylnir rent. For per
mit see McLACHLEN k BATCH ELDER, 1215 Fst.
n. w. n!9-6t
TXJR SALE?BUSINESS PROPERTY ON PENN
I sylvania ave. ae , new brick building, containing
an eleinnt store room, with complete dwelling on
second floor, floe cellar and all mod. impt.; small cash
payment, balance on lontr time.
SWOBMSTEDT k BBADLF.Y,
n 15-1 m 927 F st.
E?B SAIX-A THBEE-STORY AND BASEMENT
brick, too lanre for family of two, will be sold at a
rain with immediate poaaeaaion; lot 25x95; cor. of
Hth slid B st. Inquire at PUBLIC OPINIO^ office,
cor. 9th and Pit, ave. n!4-2w
P)B SALE-A GBEAT BABGAIN ON capitol
Bill?a corner property, corner 10th and C sta. i e?
lot 27x75: improved ny five-room frame bouse. For
further particularsaddrtiaa WASH'N danenhoweb,
lip Fat. n.w. n!4-2w
JB BALE?0 LITTLE PALACES; NEW; MOD.
On Georgetown Heights: double bouae, with 43,000
sq. ft.; tfte? 76c. per sq. ft.
_ C,??Plo?a, 13th st. ~Q st.: Pierce si n.w., and F st
n.e. Get our price*. Have alao several fine properties
exchange. Loans?large amounta a si?cialty.
0 ? J.V P. MYEBS * SON.
oc8-7w* New Office, 1420 New York ava.
i ? I Maaa. ara. ?lw, 22r #35,000
17o6 Mass. ave. n.w^ new, 2Qr. 30.000
Handaome double bouee. near Dupont Circle.. 30,000
Mass, ave., bit 13th and 14 th ?ta? 15r . new.. 30,000
Mass. avw^ bet. t4lh and 15th sta., 14r, "?
Mass.av?.,bet. Tboma* and_8cott Ctreiia.....
Wi&toaySessiftiSt
of the city
sgMn _
T??B ?ALE-.THREF 8T(mY AND BASEMENT
a t*iek booaa. srtt haU of thy modern improve
til aw. nS.
FOR SAJLE-HOUSES.
TOE SALE-AT A SACRIFICE TO AN tlTKXDI
1 ate purcbaaer. new bay-window brick bottatytn ?
desirable section of the northwest: very nea
of can, arboola and market; 10 rooms and 1
500: oue-tbird cash, balance mar remain at ft per cent
n24-3t DAVID D. STONE, #06 t at
F>B SALE-CHEAP HOUSES IN DESIRABLE
location! northwest: 1 at., new 5tb. new bay-win
dow brick. 7 rooms and bath, every modern conveni
ence. rents for *30 per month . #4.500 New York
ave.. near 5th, bnck boose, 7 rooms anil bath, lot 17*
120 to a :t0 ft. paved alley, with a new brick house la
the rear, splendid investment, a comfortable home:
?4.500. g sv, near 5th, new brick, 6 room* bath and
stable; $3,800. #0.000 will buy a naw
a lettered street west of 9th, 8 beaut .
rooms and bath; lot 22x120. DAVID D. Si
n24-3t 8061 St. B.W.
F)R SALE?1781 MASS. AVE; NEW; S8
front: main story and trimmlnga brown
rooms, halls, store-rooms, pantry, 2 bath-?
feet heating and plumbing; price 935,1
SHERMAN* CO., 1407 F at n%r. a!
IJH)R SALE-THAT ELEGANT RESIDENCE 1022
Vermont ave. n. w? with stable attached; will be
sold with or without the furniture. For terms and
permission to inspect,apply to GURLEY BROTHEKS,
1319 F st. n. w. u24-lw
IJOR SALE-GURLEY BROTHERS.
Real Estate, Loans, and Insurance.
1310 F at.
IMPROVED PROPERTY.
Fine brick reaideuce, 13th at., near 1 n.w.
- " " 13th " ?? M n.w.
" " " Vt. ave- " Thomaa Circle n. w
" " " L st, nw 8th n.w.
" " 21st and O sts. n.w.
*' " Corcoran st., near 18th.
** 31stst? Georgetown.
" " " Vt. ave.. bet. R and L
" " stable, alley between K and L, 15th And
10th sts. n.w.
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY,
Lot on Park at., Mt. Pleasant.
" Rhode Island ave., near 17th st.
Lots oil Oth st. s. e., near Navy Place.
Lot on N st northwest, near 14th.
" R " " " 14th.
- P " " " 10th.
" M" - " 15th. ?
" Md. ave. and D st. n.e.
Lota on C and D sts. s.e.
Lot on Q St., near JHth. Georgetown.
Lots on L st.. near ltith n.w.
JpoR SALE-Q ST., NEAR
i 15TH, SRS ##,500
15th St.. lOrs 10.500
le oil rear 3,000
Rhode Island ave., near 1
Cor. Oth and L sts. n.e., stable c.i ?*?
It* JOHN O. JOHNSON. 928 F at.
FOR SALE-AN ELEGANT HOUSE, NEAR DU
ix >nt Circle, with stable 913,500
n24-3t UEO, W. LIN KINS, lMtli and H sts.
For sale?
Four 0-roora trams houses on R St., between 8th
and 10th sts. ILW. Will sell all at *13,000,
It CHAS. W- HANDY, 021 F st. n.w.
F)R SALE - THE BLOCK OF NEW THREE
story and basement Houses, 1020, 1023 and 1924
H st. li. w , aixl 729 20th st., cor. H. These houses are
three story ami basement, bay windows, press brick,
hard wood and oil finish, open tire places, heat?d by
furnace; contain ten rooms, besides bath room, fur
nace room, and reception hall; well supplied with
closets. Situated as they are in one of the finest resi
dent isirtions of the city, their convenient arrange
ment and superior style of finish, render them very
desirable homes at the prices asked; *9,000 each for
houses fronting on H st . and *12.000 for the corner
house. Terms reasonable. Permits to examine at my
office. A. P. FARDON,
Real Estate Broker,
n24-4t 1326 F at. n.w.
I^OR SALE?A GOOD
well-built brick
slid street cars
ther particulars inquire
st. n. w.
INVESTMENT?5 NEW,
rick Houses in northwest, near electric
andherdics; price *3,1.?0 For fur
* inquire of CHAS. W. HANDY, OSl^F
IJtOR SALE-THREE NEW 2-STORY AND BASE
ment brick Houses on 1st st. n. w., *4,500 each.
CHAS. W. HANDY, 021 F st. n. w. n24-lw
1X?K SALE?CHEAP?A GOOD SIX-ROOM BRICK
lionseon I st.. bet. 4>?nud Oth s.w.; bay window;
bath-room; only *1,750. Lot on 1st., bet. 4H and 6th.
with 3 small hoimes, 2 in rear, one in front; the 3 rent
at *17 tier month; only *1,300.
C. H. PARKER,
n24-3t* 4!? and E sta. s.w.
I^OH SALE - CHEAP - A NICE NEW BRICK
house on N st. s.w. Price *1,050; a food invest
ment. C. H. PARKER, 4H and E s.w. _ n24-3t'
l^OR SALE?CHE\P?FIVE-ROOM HOUSE ON H
_F st., bet. 4i? end Oth s.w.; lot 10 feet front; price
*1.850. C. 11. PAKKEh. 4H and E s.w. n24-3f
1>< )l: s ALE?CHEAP?A GOOD BUSINESS CORNER,
st. and McLean ave.; rents at *25 per month;
price *3,200. Four good brick bouses on Union St. s.
w.; a Kood investment; *5.200 for the four houses.
A good business projierty that will rent at *4?j l*r
mouth; price *5.000. Two ten-room brick houses on
Virginia ave., bet. 9th and 10th sts. s.w. *10,000 for
the two.
C. H. PARKER,
n24 3t* 4H and E sta. aw.
1JOK BALE-HOUSES?A~SPLENDID BUSINESS
. stand on Penn. ave., near the departments, con
tai:;inif 14 rooms and two liath rooms, water and gas;
lot 40x70 to a 10 foot alley; price, *22,000, terms
easy; also a 3-story and liasement 10-room house, with
all in. i., on 19th street, near Dui>out Circle, only one
year built and splendidly furnished only *12,000;
terms: one-fourth cash, balance easy to suit, on S st.,
near 15th n. w? a ten-room p. b. front; bay win
dow house with all in. i.; lot 20x100 to a 10 foot alley;
price. *0,500. A 7-rootn p. b. front house on T st, n.
w? near 16th st., all in. i.; side and back alley;price,
*4 250; also on W st. n.w., a 0-rooui and stunmer
kitchen, with cellar under the whole house; nice yard
and stable !<>r tw< ? horses and carii.;|.'es; lot 20x90 to a
ten foot allev: price. *3,800. Three other new 3-story
bricks, Ors. eacn in same section; price, *3.000 each.
A 0-rooni and bath, all in. i. house for *3, < 00 ill n. w.
aeetlou i.nd several other small houses from *1.200 up
to *3,000. \\ ILLS k CO.,
It* 1425 Nev, York ave.
r>)R SAI.E -THOSI: NEW. ATTRACTIVE. 9-ROOM
houses, 2d. near Pa ave. s.e,; 21 feet wide; well
built; i crfectly finished; cellar and all conveniences;
*7.000; terms to suit.
8tli st.. near Vass. nve. n e ; 7-room brick with cel
lar; *3,500. +5(10 cash and *40 is-r month.
C St., near 2d s.e.; 8 room brick; perfect order; food
purchase; *5,200
Small frame on 8th st. n.w.; *2.500.
Three fine lots Corcoran st., near 17th, at *1.40
Splendid lot withlu soimre of Duisint Circle and
next fine improvement; *2.25.
Nine-nsiiu brick on 8th st. n.e., to exchange for
lanre house in n.w.
MacGOWAN k CAMPBELL
n24 3f _ lOOSFst.
TTXIit SALE-ON A ST.. N. E., BET. 1ST AND 2D,
.T 3 story and basement. 11 rooms; price *5.000.
2 story and basement brick on 12th bet. R ami S sta.
n.w., 8 room, a. m. i.; *0,000.
A lieantiful 2-story brick on B st. bet. 9th and 10th
s.e., south front. 0 rooms ami cellar; (nearly Uew, iu
splendid condition I; cheap, *2,800.
2-story and basement bri k. Oth near Ost. n. w? 6
rooms and bath. a. m. i Jot 2)!4x90: *0,800.
2-story brick on Oth st. bet. I. and M sts. n. w? 9
rooms, a. m. i.; *5.00*1.
2-story bnck on 7th st. near A st. n. e.. a. m. i., 7
rooms, lot 11^x75: *3.250.
2-storv brick on 2d st. bet. F and G sts. n. e.. a. m. i?
lot 17x98 : *3 000.
3-?torv bnck on 5th st. near A n. e?a. m. i.,8 rooms;
*0,000.'
3-story and basement brick oil R St. near 14th n. w.;
(new i 11 lanre rooms handsomely finished; lot 25x90,
121.000.
A >rem of a house, on 12th and O sts.. 4-story brick
nearly new, 10 rooms, lot 20x100. This is a lovely
place for a home; obtain i?rmit to insjwet; *17,500.
017 F st. n.w., 3-story and liasemeut brick; a. in. i.
13 rooms; lot 20x120; will make a fine business prop
erty ; *20,000.
012 t' st. n.w.. 3-story and basement brick; a. m. i.
10 rooms; lot 2.?xl00; *31,000.
3-story brick on O, near 12th st. n.w.; 11 rooms; lot
23.4x108: *15,000.
At Anacostia, "Shannon Place;'* 2-stoiy and base
ment frame; 0 rooms: latrobes; koo<1 stable and out
buildimrs; lot 50x119: very cheap; *2,300.
On V st.. )>et. 9th and 10th sta. n.w.: 2-story brick
Brooms; *1,000.
On V, bet. 9th and 10th sts. n.w.; 2-story frame: 6
rooms: lot 10x05; *2,000. B. H. WARNER k 00.,
n24-3t 910 F st. n.w.
FOR SALE?ONE OR FOUR FRAME HOUSED
well-built; 5 rooms each; closets and clothes
presses, dinimr-riKim and kitchen wainscoHted: trood
yards, side and back alley, at *900 each; *400 cash,
balance *5 per mouth: no interest. All cash *900. A
inssl chance for a home or investment: rent at *8.50
l>er month. JOHN F. DONOHOE,
n24-3t* 313 East Capitol st.
SALE-DESIRABLE BUS IN ESSPROPERTY
on Pey;i ave.. near l.'itli st.; lot 24x100, improved
|.y three-story brick buildiuK; will lie sold at a tmriniu
I. EKED. KELLEY, 513 9th st. n.w. n24-3t*
F"i
. R SALE?BY TYLER k RUTHERFORD, 1307 F
st ?Fine Dwelliuir on Khode Island ave. n.w.
(21.000. Fine (Joruer Dwellin?r, near Dupont Circle
112,500. Fine Corner Dwelling, near Dupont Circle
Cl l.OOO. Fine Corner Dwelling uear Dupont Circle
? 10.000. Nice Corner Dwelling, on Q st.n.W.; #7,500
Nice Corner Dwelling, near St. Aloyaius1 church
Jti.OOO. n24-0t*
ISoR SALE-A FINE BE8IDENCE, 14 BOOMS,
every convenience; in best j-ossible order: central
location: one of the best properties offered. Apply to
Uwner, 951 Mass. ave. n.vr n24-3t*
3R SALE? ~
P?B
HOUSES?
920 Pa. ave. n.w., three-story brick store and dwel
linir, lot 23x115; price, *15,0?0. ? A ,
lt(2S? 14th st. n.w., three-story and basement, eleven
rooms and twth, gooa atable, all in thorough repair
price, *10,000. x
Northwest rur. 8th and H sts. n.e., two-story and
basement brick, ten rooms and bath, all mod. imps.,
house 24 feet front; lot 24x85 to alley: one-third caah,
balance to suit: price, #0,000.
1004 K st. n.w., two-story and baaement,aix rooms
uid tiath: 20x25; elegant parking and flrat-claaa loca
tion : tirice, *4.750.
1120 New York ave? cor. of 12th at. n.w., three
story and basement brick, containing twelve roorna,
all mod. lmi? , in first-class order; price, #10,500.
1811 and 1813 S St., bet. 18th and 19th sta, n.w
two small bnck houses, renting for $10 par month
each, lots 22Hil00 to 10 foot alley; price per foot,
with iiniw., #1.55. Apply to
JNO. A. PRE800TT,
Real Estate Broker,
n24-7t 1416 F st? KeUogg Building.
FOR SALE-NINE PEB CENT INVESTMENT?
three new six-room bricks ^northeast
WRIGHT k STL
810
: renting for
6cJKtt,
LOfat. n.w
For sale?ten per cent inve?tment
t wo nearly naw four-room bricks; northeast; rant
ing lor #8.50; price #850 -.#250 cadi; baUaea to suit
WRIGHT * bTOCKETT, 810* at
n23-3t*
rat, n.w.
FOB SALE-THREE NEW THREE-STORY, 811
room bricks; northeaat; now being finished; all
mod. imps.; #2,400each, or #7,000 for all._ _
n23-3t* WRIGHT k BTOCKETT, 810 F st n.w.
For sale-us uth bt, b. e. near east
Capitol st, beautiful bay window brick, avary con
venience ; furnace heating whole house: moat be r"~
SioTm. n.w.
ITOR SALE- ~
i A nine-room Brick on C.st. a.w_ be'
8th sU.; all modern lmprovanienta;
One six-room Brick on 3d at a.w.,
rente #16; price, #1,800.
Three five-room Bricks 1
rent, #10: price, #1,000 ear]
Four Brick Houses on 23d stn. w.
23d at. n.w.
#1,850. _ , . .
fwo Frame Houaaa on Bladensbui* rosd,_ near
Boundary; 11,000 fMtof ground each: wUlba aold
wiioDiWi. , _ _
All of tli? abore property Is rented ftndptflnf ?
10 iter cent net.
n22-3t Bra.
NEW TWO - STORY HOUSE
- ^vabonndary^J^L
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
I SMSo1
bruk bouse. 10 room*. In view of the tmUnnnfiiJ
- iS5f
r to this locstioa la (perlally ilialialtk for
?: *i>PMlT in ^S^TottTS^l^
oc*-8m 834 Fad
S5Jf J&VSEPi.?*0 beavtitvl
?20 ?BO. 322 4tb at n.a.; dx rooma,
I S&TbdwhT* ^ ? eTerTtilln?
teiSKTaS.'SS:
1115 F ?t n.w.
K?^^fe*-NOBTHWK8T CORNER PROPERTY,
47.1 no?2^ <?>??? lathrt.; lot 60*100; lideUn
mansard ST^S" *^'nbb"T- flowers, and fountain;
fflfcK L1???4 story, solid walnut trimmed
ami f*1'of.!?' v00' ^"UJ2? 101
~*V.weu ?WW for four nice bouses Thia nrorartv
veatinent? hZE?. lr^>1? ** * P?nu?nent horn* or In
152^1 Id M""*- *"d Vermont
OWTV'EK. ^ Thomaa, and low* Clrelaa. <?gl?rto
FOR SALE?LOTS.
<iao8#2.lor^.?dKiir,o
(Corner) ner lot; Jjey. to ffi, ?ilw)dld^to" 2^
^ BWM nrW*Jsd ?e*?&VS.*??0<t f,,r ""?U houaea
naiaT' CHAS- A. SHIELDS, 1006 F at. n.w.
*?0CATED BUILDING SITES
?vv;. ixniui iur ii? nuiuifR; aooTe
mall payment reonired; be uuick.
JOHN O. JOHNSON, 928F at
PJR SALE?OWNER WILL SELL AT COST TO
Immediate purchaser elegantly -located lot, j:W st.
John*# eMy Wm*- lD<i?ire
LOTI^-WE have sold six out
i ^?teassf^a tag
1^r8ALK-TWO beautiful lots near the
** Department, on O at.; very cboap to an im
[ mediate purchaser. OEO. W. LIN'KINS, lmh andH
? n24-3t
J F9R SALE?LOTS in MOUNT pleasant- (X)
iEr fad ali[en,^K?i4* ,'0,rn''r. '"'i ?' cents
porioox. also, on Keneaaw ave.. lot 50x150 uric* *2H
cents Per foot, and several others st 21 cents per foot,
I silt your pocket.* " C8nU 1>er {oot Ever> thin* to
!?? . WILL8 & CO.,
1435 New York ave.
Pf ?>?? ? uT0.11 EAp-LOT 45 FEET 9 INCHES
on 3d st. n.w.? 50c., worth 50c ? and h mwt
wnSStha 'nrt2 1o?" k".? be* ;vl *u?i *X. *:<()!> each,
I w ' but_">u"t be aold. A irood lot on 4*
;:?? a2MdH*^-;.5tUPerf,>ot- mAlHjB.
- C. H. PARKER, and Eata. a.w.
"POR 8ALE?beautiful LOTS IN ROSSLYN IN
if.... ?9,!?w,ta, ?"1 J"our money refunded at any
time you wlah; no such terms evor offered before
It OEO. P. HERNDON ft CO., Atlantic Building.
For sale-ioo feet front by 100 to alI
ley, O at n.w., between V1 st and *2d; street newly
fnSCif.i?; 5Jje,,dl<1 location for building; five buil<?
t J2. '*r foot" SWOBMSTEDT ft BRAD
IJiY, 9ii? F at. n.w. no23-6t
VOR SALE?
I LOT8?
JSSVSil SifJ rid?' *** M' *D<LN ,to" n- w- 20x132.6
i L.U.1 ?Ue> j. l*r foot, 4?.
per fwt *" Q 8U- U w ' -3x08 to ?"?' ? Price
5V-W- ?21x100'Bide and
foitlrijib J 1 Dw' 20x100; price per
Apply to JNO. A. PRESCOTT,
?,ij ry, _ Real Estate Broker,
1416 F at.. Kellow Building.
F)B 8ALE-A SPLENDID BUILDING LOTION
be,*,*e" l"'>b and Kith
aileV urS ?f*-- "He fUe>; 10-foot rear
HoMilC!lSVaat.nP5rr ^ WASH'N W"
5TABLE Un^ KEAR-r^'TO
n-4-'it washinoton DANENHOWER, lll.r> Fat.
?v? X"'? ^EK CENT BELOW market
( T <*keu in text ten days-three desirable
ts in Lanier Heights; city water- fine vipw Mr
LACHLETfc BATC&ELbEl?l2l"p?rn
F?he1^?VfIV?Y fZ1?* hST8, AT A SACRIFICE.
A Ine best 4 Lot-* 111 Ivy City at prices less than ??i\*
others, to close an estate. Inquire KOOM 4, l(KXj F
*?
H 2?i^LE-ECUNGT?N LOTS, OX ELECTRIC
I Railuay; water, sewer, curb, sidewalk and everv
li!i'.r?iVim?St- in.^IvKUntf electri<: likrt.t facilities; thesi
wiillmtl! l 0,1 Tn^' terms to narties who
a,1<^ Will limid corniMMiuiuiifcrly
J???2 J. IV VrlMtR, 1313Fut.
I'SfjSf.E,K^sr.,K\.,KKtuC?
ia?am'?8asr?sw."- - safer
P?OR SALE-LOT8- I
1 .... .1 . re L" a '1'iiet ??boom" in lots. You will never
W>rh^eiu?JT?t V 'aU 1,8 boU>rht to^U>'
nid* VS fl" .?ie \ i"'tw,'e" Oalea and Benniuir
rosd, 19 b> 1*1 feet, to l.)-f<x?t olley. Price #?' 000
v ou V?r L st., In'iween '21st 'st and
reMilot111 Ve'; 111,11 lt5 fef5t lront. Price $ I
f^v^t'ii^'is?^c ne- ?->oby 115
n^Dl.W^r^^OTri,?4' 1!,th ?t"
^;3t
sale bkaiititol short corn Kit uW
' \ i n-w. ? by feet deep; oarrounde^
u> handsome new r*'sidenc,es, near R st AK?> a
rogm iiew House; H i?er rent net on investment n?r
same Jot. Ingiiire O*NEK. 1538 Pieive
SALE--I HAVE A FEW LOTS IN MOl VT 1
Heasant I can sell for 15 cents per square foot
?&gshsks?B i
1it'&.WEiVErar"- E2?
n?0 lw? ALLEN C. CLARK,
-J?5-ST <)(?.> F st. n.w.
~CV>R &ALE-~CHEAP?C01lSEIi LOT ON KITH MT
tn4.,Rt: HEBTTOR?^50'
"-00t 14V3?Fst.
I^OR SALE-ATTENTION! BROOKLAND PRICES
ad\ant iii(r. Now la your la*t ( haix e to sectire a lot
foS^o'.^Tf' ,0"V; ft???SSSfV^3
to(<o0per lot; elevation SJ30 feet above putunac
jjjf?*1?r; only live minutes' by rail troin the ,-ity ?
earfv ?i!f n,*W ulv<"r"it> ^nJ Midlers' Home. Call
^A^CH ELDEKL.' 1 ^"t'^t.n'w06 Mc^CULEN,^
LOST AND FOUND.
LdsT-#2 RKWARD-FOR RETURNING TO 1314
of Novels; pl,UUO,,t!r" OU88?'" ??tbe eveii
L"?PTEil^ ^li" MONTHS old,
called Prince; white; haa two lou^r bla>'k ears one
to'.wUuis.a'nfave"'^ ^ for h"
LOUT-POCKET-BOOK, IN BOSTON 8TO HE F
or 9th ata. A liberal reward if left at 11 -Jii itth
*'? uw- no^4-2t*
T OsT?A^SMALI. RUSSIAN LEATHER POCKET
lv-rist n*1"^1 r: re**rdif ?<>
as ajrift iwcketbook waa hltrhly valued
L^nd'ii.h8!3 S*F F ST ? AND BETWEEN HTH
and 14thata ,four remnants VSilton and Bnufu'l*
carjiet; aliout two yards in each; left at wronir a<ldn>?a
b^ one of our drivers. W. B. JMOSES ft SON, 11 th and
*_"?* n",'4-3t
J^E8i>AY LAST LARGE BLACK NEW
fouodlMnd do#, lesther collar on neck; answers
BSfeWftft y?u-,Rew?r<l tor his return to F. LAM
BKECHT, ,d( New Jersey ave. n.w. u"?':t-3t'
LOST?ON NOVEMBER 22, A LEATHElT(;*?k
conUinitiK baae-ball (fold mrt.l. in*-rib?l <?? J?
netk,bet*e?n 10th and llth, G and F, F and Mth sts.
u.e.; i5rewardjf left at 1108 y iTae. n23-2t'
I .OST-ON WEDNESDAY. NOV. 217BET HOOdI
M i?5 Lane and 19th st., by Tenallytown road and P
'?* ffi' o *Vjd spactaclea In a
suitable reward will be paid if returned to 1S1? At
" w" n23-2t*
LOST-BETWEEN 12TH AND 13TH STS., RAIL
road tickets from O^den to San Franciai'o and re
ftwy.via Central Pa^flc! The finder will be rewird^l
^y_?^ver^n|ftheui to Star office. ^ 2'J-,'; t*
PROPOSALS.
Treasury department, office of the
Sej-Petarj, Wwhiturtoo, D. C., November " { 1KHK
Way leading to area on west side of thia buildimr pli
o?,!frBi^pon ,M>'I'l'cation to the 8ui*riuWu'deiira
O?'*- Propoaala should be addressed to the 8ec?^pv
?# Treasury, and endorsed: "Proikoaala for ltenair
tarf ay " llUOH 8. THOMPSOiVAct^ 8^
HOARDING.
BOARD?MECHANICS' BREAK
WBOARDERS FOB HAND
^naely furnished rooms; single or en suite* su
berdicap?u?d^ 5fof^S.w:
FIfl^'k1tH$.TABLKAMD?oo^MQ
1* J?C WANT TO LRARN FRENCH QUICK GO
AUCTION SAT.ES
W EEKS ft oo. Auctioneers.
rf 037 Loulaiana a<
m
a deed
i front <
zsunsMiS
_E?bi<H " r^S?*^?%2Zk%3ZSbT
^H0MA8 DOWLmG,"7
O*
they wkre both right.
J*dg? Miller Dtemlam Ymi( Olutlt,
but JartUlM the Police Officer.
afternoon about a hundred of the
boys of the high school fathered in the Police
Court All were interested in the case again*
young Glasaie, mm of Mr. D.W. Glassie. charged
with disorderly conduct laat Monday at the
ooraer of 7th and 0 streets northwest. * Messrs.
J' ^ P?dgett and W. H. Maaogae appeared
for the District, and Mr. Olaaaie, the father,
and Mr. Barton foe the defendant.
8ergeaat Perry teatified that on Monday a
bv tW^an bT ??c? La* w** token
officer and himself to the patrol box
them* thTrt / ?a 0,6 h<> *?* around
The p'r^i i^ 'PPe*"11* to be the leader.
T hilloomg and veiling "Shame!
-?*V Jv *hen ?t the boxGlassie waa
with the crowd and called oat "Sergeant
to stSST T wd him- He *??* told
i. If5 before and refuted to leave*
^d th.ett{! arrwted defendant the bova
aaid that they were only -guving." and it waa
Mr. Lane w?JS5 be respotuibE
wTtb tt.P '7ne^ Wltne?"- however, took him
colored man to the station-noose.
On cross-examination witneaa aaid that the
conduct of the bova waa calculated to affect
! P"*oner???>couraffe him to reeiat
P0,"1'*01"? ot the high school bora
laughed, and Mr. Padgett suggested that this
waa^a continuation of their actios at the patrol
f?^ltne?. con1til",inr aaid that there waa no
foroe employed, but the boys crowded on them
and one of them was shoved back. When the
defendant was taking his number witness ar
rested him and said that he would hare plenty
of time to take numbers.
offices law's tertimokt.
Officer Law teatified that he saw the boy*
playing with the colored man, and Mr. Sher
man, the janitor, spoke to them and the col
?-d,Tn went in an alley; when the man came
out Sherman told witness to arrest him and
that he would prefer charges. Witness and
Sherman took hold of the colored man and the
b"?* gathered around them and cried: "Shame"'
?What's the matter with the nigger? He's all
"What's the matter with the policeman?
. 8 , wrong." Glassie, who was in the crowd,
said the man had done nothing. The crowd
followed them ap and gathered around. Ser
geant Perry came up and Sherman let go.
waa at the box with the crowd and waa
told to go back, and was about to write the ser
geant b number when arrested.
James Byer. colored, testified that he took
hold of the prisoner, Shields, at the requeat of
the sergeant. The defendant had his pencil
out when arrested, and the crowd was yellin*
and hallooing/-They're no good." The de
fendant said tnat the sergeant did not know
what he was doing, and he would take his num
ber.
P. W. Kahlert testified to the crowd pressing
around and Sergeant Perry ordering them
?*ck. The defendant, he said, insisted on get
ting the sergeant's number when the arrest was '
made.
Allen T. Sherman, the Janitor, testified that
the colored man was drunk and the bovs were
skylarking wfch him; that he (witness) got him
away, but he came back and wasarrested. The
boys called out, " He hasn't done anything," I
*nd threw paper, sticks,
4c. He did not see Glassie till he was in the
patrol wagon. There were about 200 in the
crowd, and it was a disorderly one.
Other witnesses testified to the crowd, and
taut the boys jeered the officers.
TOUNQ u lassie's statement.
The defendant, quite a tall young man wear
ing glasses, testified that he and two or three
others were on the step# of the high school
building, and a crowd of younger bovs?first
and second yew boys?were below "guving"
the colored man. When the man was arrested
and carried off witness followed and pushed
through the crowd and said to the officer "The
man was doing nothing." The officer replied:
1 il show you how to mind vour business '*
and struck witness, pushing him back. Wit
ness said: "I'll take his number," and got a
pencil and waa writing the number. Some
said "sergeant 6" and officer 205." and wrote
them both. The officer then said: "I'll give
you something to arrest sergeant So. 6 for."
On cross-examine tion witness denied t>iat he
used the w ord "shame" or tfcet he heard Ser
geant Perry ord. r the crowd batk. He denied
that he asked Sergeant Perry his number or
that he refused to leave. He was not in the
crowd or of the crowd, but went through the
croad to do an act of justice?to explain to the
officer. r
C. G. Sawtelle. jr.. testified that he was with
Glassie on the steps, and with hi.n felt indig
nant that the man should have been arrested
He went with Glassie after the crowd and
pushed through. Ur. Glassie said: "It is a '
shame. for,this man has done nothing."and the i
officer struck Glaasie. shoving the crowd back i
Ihen Glassie asked for a pencil, and the officer
wiitl: "I 11 give you something to take mv num
ber for.
HOW JCDOE MILLER SETTLED IT.
The court here intimated that they need go
no further, for they might hear testimony till
Thanksgiving and obtain no more light on the
ease. The testimony showed clearlv. he said
that the crowd was a disorderly one. but the
question here is. did the defendant participate
with the others. It is contended that he was
not of the crowd, and. having witnessed the
arrest, he went after the officer to explain that
the man had done nothing. If he thought that
the defendant waa one of the crowd he would
be inclined to impose the heaviest penaltv.
but he could not from the evidence look up^n
I "V? as such. Under the circumstances and
the excitement of the moment Sergeant Perrv
was perfectly justifiable in making the arrest
for it was natural amid the cries of the crowd
to suppose that Glassie was not onlv one of the
crowd, but waa leading them on. It was how
ever shown that the defendant had done onlv
what would have been done had there been no
crowd about him and what any fair-minded
man would do. The court dismissed the case.
Another Charge Against -Mr. Newman.
ACCCRED OF OBTAINIXO MoXEV BT FALSE PRE
TEXCEB FROM O. F. BREE8E AX1> SONS, OF BAL
TIMORE.
Marion D. Newman aliaa G. M. St. Clair alias
Rev. Dallas M. Hughes alias Noble is still con
fined in Jail awaiting the action of the grand
jury. That body has already considered two
charges against him, and will probablv make
their report on Monday, As published' in ves
terday s Star, they considered the case" in
which he is charged with obtaining the money
from Mrs. Kate Smith under an alleged prom
ise of marriage. They also considered a charne
of obtaining money from O. F. Breese
7 Venu in Baltimore
for the Mutual life insurance com
pany of New York. Some time in October
it ib charged. the prisoner called at the office
of the company in Baltimore and applied for a
position. He was strongly recommended, and
was given employment under the name of Geo.
M. St. Clair, lie was made general agent for
the company in this city and Alexandria Soon
after his appointment he came to thia citv and
rented a room on G street, near the Congrega
tional church. While matrimonial matters
were being discussed with Mrs. Smith, he sent
word to his employer that his family was com
ing to Washington, and his request for a loan
was followed, it is alleged, by the receint
of a certain amount of money.
had been here but a few days whan
it u charged, he sent to the Baltimore office a
policy in the name of Ber. Dallas IL De Hu*hea
tor *10,000 insurance. He was the Ber. I>flU.
M. De Hnghes referred to, it is alleged, for he
went to Dr. Harrison and got examined Th?
examination was a satisfactory one as shown
by the doctor's report, and the doctor's doarH^
tion of the applicant taUiea wTto thit
prisoner. The prisoner waa several times r?.
quested to forward to Baltimore the amount^f
the policy, but each tune he notified them that
the minister was absent from the city. Before
Br. ?r? tS.
dispatch *> Mr- Breese JIoUoST*
daoffctor passed away at 4 o'clock this
a. m. Please send check.
~ (ff?yd) , Gboiqe M. St. CtAim."
*h5?- P^jf^y gi^en the information
thftt in caae of life chila'i death. ha would lik*
near Hamsburg, and when thetisoatch wm
received a cheek for 9100. It ia nhwi-"1
sent to St Clair. ' " ca"rf*d. "?
F Ajnri?*?**?Tba I. O. oT O.
fitting the eoeasaon. A Joint oonmdttM^hll
been constituted, consisting of om nrnisuli
thkjar
Lurid Ixtssh Traiwb Id ?
j jy dally trie B. and O. H. R. ta
DISSECTING-ROOM ODORS.
What kM B?m Dow to Obviate Th??
at the Medical College on H nwrt.
ax iiwunok bt xm. ntnus. or rat raltb
omcs?what n vorxD ud atn do*i to
obviate rmm oonunrn or uuputi i* m
imnouooB.
Mr. Shepherd, an inspector of the health
office, this morning Tinted the medical col
lege building, on II atreet. He wanted to
aee whether the instruction* of the
health officer had been carried out. Some
dart ego, upon complaint from residents in
that vicinity of dia^reoable odor* from
the building. Dr. Townahend. the health officer,
and Mr. Shepherd officially inspected the prem
ises. As a result a letter was written to the
college snthoritic* suggesting some things that
might be done to improve the ventilation.
A sufficient time baring elapsed Inspector
Shepherd this morning paid another visit to
the building. He was accompanied on
his tour of inspection by a Stab
reporter with a good nose for smells, The
inspector at once went to the dissecting room,
which, of course, is the cause of the whole
trouble. It is situated on the upper floor or
the back building and has windows on the two
sides and in the rear. The sashes are filed on
nivots. so as to swing out when opened. Mr.
Shepherd found that all the side windows had
been fastened down since his last visit so that
they could not be opened. The n< ighbors had
complained that they saw more of dead bodies
in various stages of "dissection than was at all
pleaaant and compatible with good appetite#
and peaceful rest at night. The fastening of
the side windows is the remedy adopted by the
college authorities for this cause of dissatisfac
tion.
THE ME ASS O* VEHTlLATIOH.
Mr. Shepherd next turned h? attention to
the means of ventilation provided through the
ventilating shaft. This is a square shaft
running up to the top of the building. A large
register is set ill the wall uear the floor which
opens into this shaft. Gas jets are kept burn
ing behind the register* to cause a draft. Mr.
Shepherd found that the old register had been
taken out and the opening cut for a larger one,
which, however, had not yet been put iii place.
The new register, which was shown to the in
spector, will have larger gas-burners. They
have also placed larger gas-burners in the
lower part of the shaft in the hope of increas
ing the draft.
Mr. Shepherd went down stairs and poked
his nose around the vault and looked into the
back yard, and The Star reporter trotted after
him, and as far as possible. in Iris unscientific
way, imitated the inspector. The colored jan
itor. who accompanied the inspecting parly at
a respectful distance from the rear, regarded
the proceedings with the air of indifference
which only a medical school janitor can as
sume.
a sniVAiT or what has bee* dose.
After Mr. Shepherd had concluded and was
standing on the front steps, pondering upon
the next place he should visit in search of
offences against the sanitary regulations. The
Stab reporter stepped up and asked him If the
college authorities hud complied with the re
quest of the health officer.
"They are trying to improve the ventilation
of the dissecting room." was the reply. "The
only thing they have done since our last visit
is to arrange to have a larger register put in.
and also they have increased the size of the
burners in the shaft. The window* on the
sides have been fastened down. I don't see
that thev have done anything t Ise."
"Did Dr. Towushend suggest anything to
improve the ventilation?" asked the listener.
"Yes, the doctor advised that an opening be
made in the roof and the room be ventilated
in that wav. But I suppose the college people
think that'the changes they are making will be
sufficient to correct the evils complained of."
Mr. Shepherd rather expected that Dr. Town
ahead would come to the college building and
waited a short time. He then concluded that
the doctor might not come until late in the day
and started on his round* without further delay.
THE I/O MJ TABhK.
A True Story of a Country Town.
?Written lor The Evexiko Mae.
A short while ago I was called by busineas to
make a visit to an interior country tow n. It
was a place of considerable trade, and de
lighted iu calliug itself a city, although, as it
was off from any main line of railroad, it pre
served many traits of rural simplicity. I
stopped at the principal hotel and asked for
accommodations. I was there told, by the
proprietor, that an agricultural convention
was then in session at the court bouse, and,
consequently, nearly every one of his rooms
was already engaged. The same state of
things, he said, existed at all the other houses
of public entertainment in the town. How
ever, he assured me if I would stay with him
he would do for me the best in his newer and
give me something of a chamber, which, even
if it was not altogether what I might like,
would still be found to be passably comfort
able. As I had arranged to have several
parties meet me that evening, who were
anxious to see me in reference to the settle
ment of some claims, there seemed nothing
else left for me to do but to accept the land
lord's offer.
On looking around I found the inn at which
I was to lodge was a large old-fashioned stone
building that had been erected in the early
part of the century, before the day of rail
roads. Its numerous and spacious apartments,
with lofty ceilings and heavy wooa-work. its
wide halls and ample stairways, all gave token
of a preparation for a large number of guests.
These might often have filled it when the
streets of the town were a thoroughfare for the
busy travel that passed in stage-coache* and
iu wagons from the eastern cities over the
mountains to the distant west. But since the
place had been isolated from the main routes
su."h a crowd could only be looked for on ex
traordinary occasions.
As soon'as supper was over I asked to be
taken to my chamber, so that I might receive
mv callers "in private. The clerk, who con
ducted me thither, said: "I am going to put
yon in the long room. It is iu the back part of
the house, and is somewhat narrow, but it ia
otherwise comfortable and has a good bed
in it."
When I reached it I found its appearance
justified his description. But the bca was at
the extreme upper end of the apartment, and
all down one siue of the room whs a long, nar
row table, covered with a red cloth.
"What is the object of that table?" I asked.
"Oh!" he replied, "it is the side or remove
table of our dining-room which, owing to the
crowd we now have to accommodate, we have
temorarilv put here, so as to give more space
there for the eating tables."
As I asked no further questions he went hia
way back to the office.
I was hardly seated when a rap at the door
announced one of my visitors. After aome
conversation pertinent to the purpose of his
call, be remarked: "So they have put you in
the room of the long table, have they?" I an
swered, I was surprised to hear him describe
the room bv that phrr.se, as I had been told by
the hotel clerk that the presence of the table
there was onlv accidental and temporary.
"Not at all/' he continued, "the table is a fix
tore here. This is the place where the only
social club of the town holds its weekly suppers.
But the strict, rustic morality of the community
discourages even the light dissipation of sucn
festive gatherings, although no excesses are
aver indulged in beyond a little extra eating
and drinking. So the host is. perpaps. anxious
to conceal the fact of its meeting at his house
quite bs much as the worthy denisens of the
burg are disinclined to have it revealed to their
wives that when the latter think their good
husbands are safe at the lodge or in their ahops
posting up their books, they are at the hotel
enjoying oysters and ale. How strong the
foroe of this feeling is may be seen in the fact
that the clerk was careful to hide the real use
of the table eren from yon, a stranger."
Shortly after, the visitor departed, i
aoon followed by another, who, after a brief
talk, also spoke at the apartment, as, "the
room of lone table.**
"Yes," I said, "bat the sight of the table to
not unpleasant It recalls agreeblv the
of festivity, of which it Jb we center, and the
train of ideas excited by the thought of a party
asaembled for Bating and drinking is
ally cheerful."
"Eating and drinking!" he exclaimed. "TV
la not much eating, tf any, don* at it, and all
the drinking Ib only a help to the msin point in
gathering around it, and that is, gambling.
Many are the games that are played oa that
board, and not the least coauaoa of them ia
poker. Mo wonder they want to keep it s se
cret! How many poor woe
husbands don't Vnow ose
be oat^iwUte^etbuildini
it. in 1
hie."
s5'
svyr.SL
rarsSiawt
trailer* which thm knights wTtnt of trad*
are ?m HMMn to avoid paving Hence it *?
that the y %rv to urutn it to *ht>w th> ir |ix<4?
to tkr loo*! Merchant* in a private and mn?
way. This long room, with iU lone table. lo
cated in a remote part of th. building to which,
being a public house th.ro 1* general a?J
ready (MiMa. u tuctlj the thlhE *ultt>d for
their purpose The proprietor of the hotel
more than winks at it. aa it bring* * (feat deal
of custom to hia establishment and hence the
incentiv* to invent re?on. (? Uie au>t< u' <- >n
thin *pot of the table. Oood night'. lt'a late,
and time for na both to be in h.J"
It imi late. The aouud of fi...tstepe and the
butt of conversation. which uauallv attend a
public house. had died away. Qint had *tole?
over e?en the noiae of hotel life. Hut I waa
destined to bare rat anotW *laitor. Apohigut
ing for the lateness of the call bv saying be
had not learned 1 waa in town until he waa on
bia way home, be proriciV J to lay before ma
the buaineaa that had induced him to press in
ao near midnight. Be then rrae to depart and
casting a significant glance around tne room,
he aaid: "I wiah Ton a aound sleep and pk-aaant
dreama. altK?wK von are in 'the room of tha
long table.' "
I answered. I had heard much of the various
service* aaaigned to the table, but nothing that
would be likely to diaturh my aleep or cloud
ny dream*.
"Well!" he rejoined, "no doubt vou ara a
man of strong nerve; but. aa little *up<w*Utio?a
aa I am. 1 would not like to pass the bight ia
thia room, especially alone."
"How ao?" I aaked. "what i? the miMiiig of
all thi?? Tell me: I ln*i*t!"
"Well," aaid be. after something of a pauso.
"if yon must know it. for you do not aeem rat
to have been told the truth, it la thia: 1 luring
the winter ju*t puss. d a m.v.li rioua disease baa
prevailed in this town. Manv of our moat
prominent citicena were attack?d bv it. and
not a few of them were carried off. tta symp
tom* entirely puttied our phyavian*, and all
their effort* to arreat tta progress. or to save
their patienta, were in vain, Conanltations
were held and advice sought from a distance,
but without avail. Home of the traasi. ut gueatt
at thia houae auccumbed to the fatul scourge,
and at ffrat thia loug table Ix-canie the reposi
tory on which their remain* were laid, until
communication could be had with their friends
aa to their interment. But at length, it waa
suggested. that diaaection of the bodies of ita
victim* might reveal the nature of the malady.
The hoatility of the people iu general to such a
iiroceeditig, especially iu the country, ia Well
mown. If done at all.it had to l>e done ut
j secret, and nowbere in a netghliorhood. whera
it is difficult to conceal anything, could thia t>?
ao well aecured aa in thia room, way back in
the npmoat atory of the hotel. Now you know
the true uae of -the long table.'" Having thia
he hurried off, after the clock had atru( k the
bow of 12.
By thia time my imagination, if not mv fear*,
beg in to be highly excited. My flrat id. a was
to bunt up the landlord and make htm giM
me another room, aa it would be lm|?>?ti.de f,*
me to apend the night in that one. ttnt every
body in the houae *< emed to liave retired; th?
liglita were ont; a deathlike alienee pert ailed;
and I did not know where to look for him iu
the dark or whom to aak to direct me. IV Mw,
I waa tired and greatlv in need of reat. Ho I
threw myaelf on the f>ed and tried to get to
aleep, and notwitbatanding the fearful atory I
bad juat tiatened to. nature overcame my et
cited feeling*, and before long I a?nk into a
doze. Though troubled and fitful my repose,
and disturbed by awful dream*. I alum tiered
on iu a faahion. until I waa at length half
awakened by a aouud like the ruatlmg of a
looae robe or woman's dreaa. I o|ien"d my
eye* to behold what appeared to be a alender
figure, flitting around the room. rUd in
the conventional white ghostly drapery.
At length, thought 1. with all
my contempt for spiritual appar.tion*.
I am come to experience the reality of ? hat I
have alwav* been ao incredulous. A veritable
phantom fitly revisit* the haunt* where *0
I muny human bodies have been subjected to
I the ruthleaa a tab of the diaaecting knife. I
1 made a desperate attempt to keep quiet, bat at
' length, despite all my efforts at repression, t
! crv of horror burst from my lips. It waa
echoed bv a scream from the spectral form,
' which now ?tood up,
"Not like thin gbiwt. or disembodied creatures.
But with ita bouas, and flesh, and limbs, and fan*
turea."
"Oh! air." it finally exclaimed. "I beg your
pardon, sir! but 1 did not know anybody was in
the room. They did not tell uie. I got np
early, aa I always do on ironing dart, to get
ahead with my work before breakfast, and a*
that i* the table we keep for doing our ironing
on. I came in here with my basket of clothes,
and did not know anybody wa* here. beg
your pardon, air! l'leaae excuse me.
Ana ao. at last, waa revealed tha mystery of
I "the long table."
THK BAD TINNKL WORK.
The Military Court of Inquiry ha* Nearly
Completed the Taking of Testimony.
In the military court of inquiry investigating
bad work in the aqueduct tunnel. Lieut. Town
send concluded hi* testimony yesterday after
The Stab'* report closed. He volunteered t
statement denying that stone* requiring two
men to lift had been frequently used in the
packing, aa some of the paeker* had teatifii-d.
Replying to Col. Hodge*' the witness said til at
he had now come to the conclusion that the
first Hpecitication* requiring dry |>acking had
made the men accustomed to thai kiud ot work,
thinking it wa* good enough, and a* a result
some of the bad work was laid. This was a
theory, he explained, that he had formed siurm
hearing the testimony, but be had no suaplcioa
of it while the work was in progrcs*.
At 3 o'clock Lieut. Towtiaend wa* excused
from the *tand and the court proceeded ?itli
reading of the record. Thi* wa* continued to
day. and on Monday at 10dW o'clock the exami
nation of witnesses, it is expected, a ill be re
sumed.
Both Major Lydecker and Lieut. Townaend
are subpu-na-d before the congressional com
mittee for Monday. The work of the court, a*
far a* the taking of testimony is concerned, i*
undoubtedly nearly over. lYactically the only
witness yet to examine i* Major f.ydecker,
who**' testimony will probably be taken early
next week. The court, it seem*, have about
despaired of getting bold of either Hr<unau ur
Emory, the former'* irtfe having telegraphed
several times that her husband ia not at homi
and she does not kuow where he can bo
reached, while Emory i* ill in ? hospital in
Massachusetts. It is possible that Chief In
spector Kerlin will be recalled to the staud
next week.
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