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FOR RENT -HQUSE8.
IX)K REST HOITSF. CONTAINING EIGHT
namia aud cellar. km. nur, ami latrotwa newly
lwpereal ami pwlnted throughout. Inquire of ownrt,
l?5o K at. n.w Ja7-3f
IXi* RESTloNE syrARF WORTH "OF DrPO*T
i"tnle, 10-ruom hooae #60 i?r month
A. P. Uli.l, A co..
Ja7-lw 1338 F street.
P>R REJTT-417 ? ST. X W.. TWO-STORY
Brick, 7 moms. rood. imps., ?t #2...50, inHuditi*
water rent Inquire of A. EBERLY'S SOS8. TIM 7th
at n. w. JBT-St"
IJOR RENT?621 4TH STTnTw OPPOSITE PEN
iiuD oflkv: h bed-r<s>tna and t?th. lanre pari, r,
dimmr-room, kitchen. hot and cold water. fnnia '.
Impura I.F.ON TOBRINF.R. MS 4H at. n.?. JaT-lw*
IJ?OR RENT-CHEAP-SMALL HOCSF. IN HEAR
of 913 list. n.w : suitable for ahop and dwellm*.
Inquire at .*>07 9th at n.w. Ja7-3t*_
"LXiR RENT -1731 F ST. N\~*.-MODERN IM"
* provamente ai?< in *ood repair.
J?7-6t STFIOER * LIEBERMANN. 1303 F at._
I^OR RENT 004 141H ST. N" W.?12 ROOMS,
uiulcri tn! i-n \ **meiita.
J*7 Ht STE1GER * I.IF.BERM ANN. 1303 F at.
i.X)K RENT- 1351 C s w.. 10r.#20.50
f 003 ?th s.w.,Sr. #2250 633 O s.w? 6r.. m.i 22 90
MO*;. 12 Oth s.w., llr..50 3O0 Na.w .Or ,m I .15 30
457 <? a.w . 6r . m.i. . ..20 409 3d n.e,6r.22.50
324 Da.w. 9r . uui 25 S09-813*? 7th a.w? Or.,
80S 7th a w ,6r.,w. ..14 1WI water and traa 16.30
1020AIV20H 7th a.w... 12 1246 4H ?.w . Mr., w 13
1006 4Ha.w..6r Aatore 2o HI 1 4J? a.w., for ft at r. 30
r,*7 M a.w.. or . w .10.25 124 M ?.w? 5r 8.30
?K2 I at a e . 4r 8 129 L a.w . .",r M
60* Ya?v.a w..5r.,w. A* l."> C*>r "Until a w .ftr.Ratr.30
625 Del. a*. a.w , 0r.,w .14 47 K n.e.. 1 Or..all m.l. .25
827 D a.w. Or 12 233 F a.w., 5r.w 13
C. H. PARKER. <-or. 4f* and E sta. a. w.
JltoR RENT CHEAP? SEVERAL BAKD8UHK
new yri.-.'n Anne Houses. 7 to 10 rooma, in moat
<!.-ain%l ?!?? [art id the northeast, two line* earn, rent
(15 to #2(1 to desirable tenants Alao. 229 New Jer
aey a* . 10 rooma. excellent hotel atand, at 475.
Ja.">-1 w W. E BURFORD, 1422 New York ave.
I>)K RENT 050 S ST. N.W.. COR 10TH, 8 IIS.,
' #4": 3<>4 3d at. a.e , 6?., #27.50; 427 H at. n.w..
tirn , #22 . 2007 Wth aU n w.^Cra , $1S.
CHARLES W. HANDT.
Ja.">-;lt 02 IF ?tD.w^
1J?OR KENT?30C N ST S.W , SIX RIM.MS. ALL
m<<1. imp*., hot and cold water, ranire and latmbe,
#15 34) per month.
Ja5-:n* C H PARKER, enr 4>4 and F. ?t? a w.
1J*<?R RFNT !' ROOM BRICK HOI SE.WITH MOD.
Itupa., 1521 12th at. n w Rent reiuu nable to a
(raid toiuuit. Apply to JOHN F. GREEN. 1410 Q at.
ii. w Ja5-lm*
RF N I BKAI'TIFVLLY-FI'RNISHED. M?V
d1nm-?i*ed new H<'tiae. centrally h? ate.l, for #100
? mouth, by the year; to a private family without chil
dren ; referencea reuulred. Addreaa box 159. Star of
tkce. ia.r?"3t*
F)R RENT?200? 14TH ST. K.W? BAY-WINDOW
bnck. 3-atory, 11 p'ouia, cellar, all mod.imp.:
?lOwrmo.; key next door. WALKER & WALTER.
013 F at. n.w. ja-">-3t
J^oR RENT?HANDHOlfE NEW BAY-WINDOW
booae. 10 rooma and bath all convenience* 1328
Oth at. n.w., deeirahle uei?hborhood. Inquire of
FRANK 1'. Hkou NINO. 410 5th <t. n.w. Ja5-1 m
1X?R RENT-I NFCRNISBKD.
' 1214 Fat n.w ,23r 25o 1538 Pierce Place, 10r#40
1310 Fain w,. i:tr 2<?<t 1400 Chapin at., ?r... .40
140f* Maaa ave.n.w.lt5ti.t>7 1408 Chapin at.. Or. 40
1428 Maw*, ave., 14r.. 150 1410 Chapin at. Or 40
1730 Maae. ave.. 17r. .125 1370 B at.a.w.. llr 40
Pat. u.w . 12r 125 24<H514that.n w .10r. 40
112510th atn.w ,15r 115 1213 7th at. n.w . Or .. .35
1614 R. 1 ave., 12r . lOO 1534 2?th at.n w., 7r... .36
1616R lave. 12r ...100 1139 10th at, n.w., 7r. .28
1614 21atat.n.w?lor. .100 1524 20th ?t.n.w .Sr?25
1322 I, at.n.w.. llr 100 lo07 Caroline at., 6r 25
1724 Conn, ave . llr..100 210 lsi at. a.w , ?tr 15
1702 Pa. ave. lOr ..01.67 226 lat at. a.w Mr 15
1314 Conn av . 16r.87 ."><> #20 lat at. a.w . ?r 15
1728 I at.n w ,13ra .83.33 222 lat at. a.w , Hr 15
llthat.n w.nr.015r 83.33 FURNISHED
lOO!' Rat. n ? .wart h'e.80 I at., n'r 15th. 13r..1.000
2I'27 Hillyerave Or 70 TbomaaCirrle 500
2023Oatn w .Ilrana R.l.av jir I7th.14r.416.67
"table 70 H at., nr. ]5th. 15r 400
1627 Oat.n w .llr <0 I at nr 18th n w? 383.33
817 12th ?t. n.w. 14r 70 Masa av.jir 18th.l5r. .300
1024 15th at.n.w? lOr. 65 10that.,nr. L 20r 300
141* N at. n. *., llr 65 R at., nr. 20th. llr .. 250
151!>20th at. n.w .lOr. OS 15th and K ata , 1 Or 250
1;v. 17 It -t n.w . 8r .60 Conn, av.,near R, 18r.250
824 12th at n.w., store Nat. nr. 1.3th, 13r 250
ar.-l d?>llintr 60 Maas ave .nr. 15th.13r.250
2012 HUlyerPlace,9r..6o R 1 av ,nr. ScottCir
H>4 Ind. ave . !tr 50 cle,14r 200
17110 M at n.w . Or 5t K at.,nr. 13th, 13r ...200
3 448 N at u.w. 1 Or 5">Oat.near 18th. lOr..150
4115 G at. n.w.. 12r..60.50 G at., near 20th. 1 lr.. 125
1011 N at. u.w .Sr 50 l!?th st., near N. 1 Or .125
2<>32Uat u w. 1 Or 4". 11 th at .nr <i n.w 15r. 125
2416 14th at.n.w., 10r..45 N. near 14th. Or 120
2420 14th at., 10r 41.M7 O st.. near 20th. llr..lOO
2414 14tb n.w . lOr 4 1 t>7 1006 16th at.n w ,7r 60
1730 15th st n.w.,? r. 40 :i5th at n.w., llr. 75
OFFICES.
Mover Bnildimr. 141? Fat. n.w. Suit of three de
airnT'l^ Office K'jotua; ?ras, ateam beat and elevator
aer\ ice
I he above Louseo can he examined by permit from
tpx office only. THOMAS J. FISHER & CO..
J?5-6t 1324 F at. n. w.
l'OK KENT? 1415 Wat., new. <ir#22.5d
1 12119 o at. 12r #75 2i'<)<) N. Y. ave.. 6r 15
1C27-2922d at., lOr... till "234 Cleveland ave..Or. 13
l-;*-7 c*?nn. ave.. Hr 40 OArea?St. Cloud HldV Ac
1 Corcoran at..Sr 35 1407Fat.
Ja5-3t JolIN SHERMAN * CO., 1407 F at.
VMS REST 817 :n sr N W.-A VERY DFsii;\.
rhle tu. 1-atory a?:tl lawmrnt, nine-room H. 'iae.
r .no-. latr< h?*s. and all mod. imps.; #35.50. ORA
IIAM ? BOLTON, Atlantic Bnildinir, SOO F at. Ja5-3t
"IVOR RENT?A CHARMINO NEW HOrSE, 412 K
J I. it-, n w ; 7 rooms handaoiuely finished;crjatal
chandelier; larire closeta, fine cellar; furn:i e; yard;
m i ?2.5 Apply 1216 S at. n. w. d21-<w*
"fvoR HFNT?~ PER MOT
V 2413-2415 H at. n. w.,7r.,m. 1 #25
fc -t. n. w., 7r.. br?< k 20
0' JI C at. a w.. 7r.. brick. 111 i 20
IK-"* New Jersey ave.a.e? 5r.. brick 10
Al I'i> to J NO. F. CCIXINANE.
_ Ja5-3t 806 Bth at. a. w.
]JOR RENT-COSY" 6-BOOM BAY-W IN DOW BRICK";
hatband nice cellar; mod. imps.?241 10th s?. n.e.;
#20. key at cc .rner atore. Apply at 706 D at.nw 1?
tw-en 9 and 4. Ja5-3t*
|?OR RFN'i ? 1057 Jeff. ave? 6r..#152i0
" Fur . 723 ISth #150 2 ! 1.3 (i at , 5r 14.30
hp ????a^? U ? X .v_ j .... .??<?'? *? - '? - -
i i .?.? i si., or ix.au
174'< F -t . lOr 40.50 1904 N. Y. ave.. 4r 12
1911 Peun lOr .inj 40.67 1111 N at. a.e? 5r 12
704 C at . 1 Or., iu.1 3? 2512 L at.. 5r 12
2127 2131 K at? 9r.37.5o Rear 1135 17th. 5r. 12
903 7 2.'V1 at., 8r . 35 50 2427 F at? 6r.. w... 11.50
2i:C. F at.. 8r, m.i.. .30 40 5-10 .Alex. Court. 4r 10.50
121430th at.. Br.. ..28.50 2017 N. Y. ave.. 5r 10
2141 II at.. 7r_ ni. i 25 2226 Va. ave., 5r 10
1521 Pierce. 6r., m.i.25 50 124125th at, 5r 10
2431 Kat , 7r..m.i..25 45 Rear 2019 I ?t , 5r .. 9.30
2?12 N at. Or .m.i.. 25 35 928 26th at.. 9
1421 U at . 7r 25 2418 \ a. ave.. 5r 9
12171030th at ,7r 22.50 h.ar 915 20th at.. 4r.S 31)
l3lo29th at ,7r.m.i.22.50 932 IInirheaalley 8.30
1622 Marion at 22.50 662 Navy Place, 5r 8.50
1214! 22dat.,8r 21 50 934 H UKnea alley .or. .8.30
V815 N at,. It., in i .21 50 2111 N. Y. ave., .jr 7.35
713 20th at., 7 r .m i.21 50
16*24 Mure.n at? 7ra 20.5O 8TABLF.S.
1113 311.1st..sr.,iu.i.20.40 Rear 24115 1'a. ive #16
2226 I ,t. 6r 2040 Rear 2012 K st 15
2504 P at.. Or 20.31 ? Rear 2109 O at 10
2232 13th at.. Or 18 35
917 V at ,5r 18 30 STORES.
2402 H at . 5r Iti 50 1120 18th at.,cor 50 I
24211-31 N at . Or 16.50 1749 Pa. ave 45 50 I
2606 L at.. Or . 16 30 1934 10th St., 5r?t a.22.50 |
9:12 :^4 25th at.. Or , 15 50 1134 26th. 5r A store.. .20
1059 Jeff av.. Or. ..15 30 1407 27th at.. Or A a....1.V
913 26th at 5r 15.30
For a full hat appiy to WESCOTT A WILCOJ.
Ja5 1907 P*. are. n.w.
1" JOR RENT- i
1234 Ma*a av.,15r#100 702 B d'y at. n.w , 10r#23
1761 Fat n.w? l2r ....75 1432 T at. u w . Or.. .20 30
4:... 9th <t n.w.. 12r 7.5 322 14th at a.w , Or. 15 25
1108 Lat n.w.. 1 lr.55.58 920 B'd"jr at.. 8r....17.50
2010 H at n w.. 8r 35 2414 7th at. u *.,?r 1.5
llOOl'thst n.w_Mr... 311 Scott ave. u. w..6r 15
50s M line ave , 1 Or 26 -Jo.u;Tim Miller's Cot'tri* 12
4O0 1 .that aw,9r 25 2619 1 at n. w, 5r 10.30
10 'J at n.w , 5r 9 1032 5th at. n.w., 5r. 9 50
A. S CAWOI >D. 993 Mb at. n.w.
JV|)R REN1 708 5TH ST. N W., THICEE-S ! ORY
Bri. k nine rooma, bath, modern improvements;
?!35 in a.lv ...i e. Key at 710 5th at. n.w. Aorly to
IEO. C. BV Hi.UNO. 1318 F at n.w. Ja5-lw*
1?oR RENT |im>7 1" at. n.w.,?r...#16
3o2 1 ?t 1 e.. S' #30 111 F. at. n.e.. Or 13
1513 Pi-r> ? l'!-a e,7r*rf .".o 2113 F at. n e? 6r 13
1 r.l.O 5th at. n w . 8r.25 50 207 E at. n.e., 6r 13
521' s. Carolinaave? Sr.25 2205 E ?t. n.w., 4r 12
4<K<4th at u.e?f>r 25 2i>37 Eat. n.w.,4r 10
405 4th at. n.e , 6r 25 3**9 Willow Tree alley,
319 1> at. n.e.. Or .22.50 5r 10.50
4212.1 at. lie,Or 20 1232.r. 123322dat..4r.l0
?09 &lst. n e .Or IK I024. r.lit 14 I.n.w.. 4r. 10
1225 22' 1 at n w , Or 17 915. r 916 25th at, 4r 10
1231 22d at. n.w.. Or -.17 610 K at. a.e.. 6r 10
1233 22d at. n.w , 6r . 17 1210 2d at. a.e? 4r 8
Washington dan en how f r.
K">-3t 1115 F at.
I^OR Rr.NT-713 21ST ST. N.W, 3-STORIES
r and !?. k l.uil'liKir. contaiiiintr 9 roouia, water and
ktm*. Keyaat 1929 Pennsylvania a>e. Ja*5-3t*
"I/OR RENT
j 612 Fat nw ?lfflll7 1713 6th at.n w..?r #20 30
Maaa ave. and 2t?th at,.12.? 435 H at. n.w.. Or...20.30
614 17thatn.w.. 12r..lt)0634 I? at. a.e .18.35
8H7-9 11th at n.w.. I lr 75 11414 Pat n.w . Or .17 ito
1311 20th at. n w , 9r no 63 L at n.w.. Or ... 17
600 0 at.n.w ,12r 60 2034 8th at. n w . 6 rl6 50
2015 0 at. n.w., 9r MO SOS lOtb at n e 7r .16.40
32s lad.ave^ llr.... ..55 1016N.C.av. a e ,0r.l0 40
1311 11th at u w . 9r. . 55 57 L at. n.w.. Or .10
1643 19th n.w ,13r. 50.0O 724 5th at.n.w .Or.. 15.40
221 E. Cap at., llr 50 60 715 A at. n e . Or 15 40
131 Ma. ave n e . 1 lr 50 110 M at. n w . 5r .15.30
403 O at. n.w . I Or 50 3420 Proa't ave.. Or 15.30
?1?1 E. Cap at., llr. 42.50 911 25?h at. u w 7r.l"?,30
Jfcl6 A at a e , 1 Or 40 ??>5 1 Oth at. n e_6r. .15.311
1304 T at n. w . Or 40 Whitney Clone, Or 15
19fi5 !ith at. n.w.. Or . .40 Hvattaville, 7r. 15
J07W lat at. n.w , llr 40 1816 ISth at. n w,5r 14
04 Ii -t. 11 w . lOr 40 3' 0 N at. a.w . Or 13 .'to
11492 lat at. n.w?9r 1!5 5.? 101.3 C st. a. e.. 5r 13
2402 Fa. ave n. w . !?r 1C> 91 44 25tb n.w,. 5r..l2.SO
fx-is B at a.e.. Or Xi 331 8th at. n. e..6r 14
l.tlu Wails, h Pl.,6r 33 .0 1647 N. J ave. n.w , 4r 13
2219 13th at. a.w_ 1 Or 3.1 6199th st. n.e . 5r 15
211 1 H st. n.w..8r ItO 5o Cleveland ave. Or 13
221 8 Oth at. n. w? lor..30 McLean av. a.w.. Or 12.30
1939<nb at n.w.,10'- 3t. 1118 5th at u. e.. Or .12
318 Bat n.e.. Mr 27.95 1030 4th at n e. 4r 11
212 Arthur Pi.. 7r. .25 40 2.5 Fenton PI. n.e lO ltO
031 M??a ?v.n e,Or '."5.35 915 27th at. n w ,4r.l0 30
1504 16tbat,u.w .?r251t5 12<T2 O at. a e . 5r 10.30
lit Pleaaant. !w 2.5 350 M. Lean ave. a.w..
J818 LindenaA.7r 2.5 5r 10 30
ji'OS? Md. ave a w , 12r ".5 2117 7th at. n.w? 4 r .10
3?'.'. F.. Cap. at .Or 25 319 L at. n.e., 4r 10
117 loth at. n e..8r.2:t 5o 443 R at. n.w . 3r .10
1108 loth at n w.Or 22 k5 624 Oordou av..4r . .9.30
98 K at n.e . 7r 20 5o
224 Maaa. ave n.w . .22 90 STORES k DWELLINGS.
1 !????? oth .t, n.w?7r.22 85 1944 14th at. n. w , 8r. 45
1916 I.at.11. w.tlr 22 so so.: H at. n e., 7r 4.1
Aniu <?tla. 7r 20 232 7th at. a. e.. 8r 35
?l"i -t:ie Mr 2'? .5o 24216* M a* n.w., 9r ..30
1422 B"d'y ave. n W..20 ."?0 18.53 < tb at. ti w..0r -?>
1217'29th n.w . 7r 20 40 233 Maaa ave. u e..8r.. .18
1121 Mh at. u.w Hr.20 40 1200 U ?l. ae..5r....l2.80
2-.0 Maaa av u.w..8r 20 40
J5 B H WARNER A CO. 910 F at. ILW.
L^iP. RENT 922 P ST. N W BRICK HOl'SE. 6
J rooma and hath, only #1>0 per u i utl.. keys at No.
CO. R Jf MORRISON,
J?V1? 1212H F at. n.w.
"> >R RENT?
. N.irtheaat cor. of 11 th awl B ata ae., tbree-atorr
_.Tck . ten r anna, aaloo parlor; Uix ? fine cellar; all
Bi. deru iinproven-eiita. and really in finl-claaaorder.
to a Hood truant the rent will be rtteap.
P. A. DARNEILLF,
Room lo. Atlantic Buildii.r,
F at., bet. Iltl and lt*Ui ata.n.w.
??si : 1 1 v ? FT UMSHF.D?1209 O ST. N. W.
A Thia comfortable 1 2-rooin bouae. with larire iwr
lors (ftean?al walla). |?ntr>, cl. aeta and all conven
iuata. will be rented completely furn-abed by the
?eaw-n or tear, if taken at once, tor only #125 la-r
mi?iUi. JOHN SHERMAN A CO.. 1407 F at. d4-3iu
I^oK RFNT HANDSOME 3-STORY PRESS-BRICK
Sront h. i?e. bay window to the roof; large ba. k
yariL an?I all it?.alem in ' " ~
2 latrolM: #.50 per UKin
I
i
eat dtx?r for key
initrorem^nu: 9 rooms, b^th
jntk 1714 Oth at. n.w. ? a^.ly
I' X)R RE JUT -2221 14TH ST.; 6
nUb: iiitMlrra Uuir^fiiituU.
HERTFORD. 14jSS>, F at.
ROOMS AND
l?r month J.
Ja4-Ut*
FOR RENT-HOUSES.
IJOR IKIV- _
1 13-JWkil.n.t, r>r\J unh n.w. ?r $fc?.
lOr Jt lanre KUble). ,.i50 440 3d at. n.e, 7r. 19
512*4 7th ?t.a.w..8r.22.50 1118 V at. n.w., <Jr 1o
8<?t N ?t. n.w,7r ?0 814 lirant ay. n.w ,5r. ..12
Store. otbuid P>U.u w..20 823 12th st. il*.. (Jr... .12
(with cellar)
704 R. I. ??. n.w., 6r.16.50l
W. C. DUVALL.
ja5-5t 925 F *t. n.w._
I*OR RENT BRICK HOUSE 1413 E BT N W..
in perfect<?rder: rent $30 it mouth. Inquireof
<> <i. CORNWELL, Hl'J sod 1414 Pennsylvaniaays.
n.w.
li.tr., ii., mw. ' 1U ...t
1824 K at. u.v . 7r.. mod. imiw ........ 18.-iu
d29-2w OEO W LINKINS. 19th Hud Hot. n.w.
SIR RENT?9f7 3D ST. K.E.: 7 ROOMS; IS.
'.rood condition; side and back alley; extra
yard; water; only $13.30. EDWIN D. JONES. 409
l}*t. a.e. X-3t?
ISOR RENT?HOUSES? '
* skating Rink. New 225 Indiana ave..9r . $;>0
York are $300 222 N. J ave n w..9r....;>0
3052 P at. n. w., (fur.) 229 Indiana ave.. 0r...4.>
l lr 80 206 D at. u. w? 9r . .40.O0
i ? ?i .... V* ' A> , - . ? <....1 _ ... 1 ?_ IA
li-?, r m.itw.i-.r i" *-1 ? ? ~
B03l I st. n w.,l4r ?0 3d flxir. 811 Mirut
.">11 F st. n.?., lOr
1XS4 Corcoran st..
I 191. "w u . nA
.">11 F st. n.*.. lor 00 Simce,4r .-30
?, 13r.50 427 M ?t.n.w.,8r 25.78
Up. pt. 2128 14 n.w.,8r.25
Tenleytowu Road 25
2820 P st. ii. w? 1 Or.. .50 1
2818 Pat. n.w., lOra 50 1 ,.
2d floor, 12th & Eu.w .50 1402 W at n w.. 6r. .20 .10
1731 19th st.n.w.. 9rs .50 1701 Bound'y n.w., 6r..20
STORES, OFFICES, fco.
Store and dV( 1702 ,9th and Pa. av.. rm. 18 $25
l?a av. n.w., lOr. $1,100 Storeroom, 821 .that.
Store 1227 D at. n. w.R0| n w.....................2o
store 1706 Pa. av. n.w . ..>0 Store and dw'g l?th and
H table rear 141? I st.45| B'<Tjr ata. n.w. 15
fc*tore and cellar 2126 i401 <th at., .Id floor,
14th at. n.w._ 35.501 room 9 8
468 La ave.. basement.30|472 La. ave , 2 base
Store lOOO N. Cap. St...301 nient rooms 8
The above is only a portion of the property on my
book*. For full list call at office for bulletin issued on
the 1 st and 1 "?th. IJa41 TOPS. K. WAQOAMAN.
IJOR RENT?1403 31st ST.. 10k . FURNACE,|40
1 2020 L at.. 7r , new, $2;>: 1139 24th St., it., #22.
1030 14th at., large store room, $40.
Ja4-6t WHITAKER ft WHITAKER, 1307H F st.
TX)R RENT-NO. 1446 N STREET NORTHWEST,
.F containing twelve rwinii; well lighted and in every
wav desirable. can be rented at tlie low rate of $60 per
month. FITCH, FOX ft BROWN.
Ja4-3t 1437 Pa. ave. n.w.
J?OR RENT- I.AHCK K-ROOM BRICK,. NEWLY
J1 >ainted, lwpcred and cleaned, larjre iliaits, all
L imp#., laiye >?rd, 2016 H st., |>nce $3.">.
a4-3t* A. S. CAYWOOD. 933 S>th st.
mc
M
FOR RENT?635 2D ST. N.E.; SIX ROOMS,
bath, all m.i.; in nice order ; near O.P.O.; $20.30.
Nine-room Frame, 722 !>th st. n.e.
Four-room Brick; gas and water; $9.30.
Ja4-3t* ALLEN E. HILL,jj13 9th at.
"COR RENT?THRF.E-STORY BRICK DWELLING,
r 12 rooma, bath-rtx>m. and cellar; all modern im
provements , well hioafed in uorthweat; r^nt $50 l*Jr
month. TYLLR ft RUTHERFORD, 1307 F st. n.w.
>4-lm
I- ^ili RE NT-1302 9TH ST. N.W.
11 rcxims, all inod. imp., $45.
1606 19th st. n.w.
12rooms; new; all mod. imp.; near Dupont Cir
cle and very desirable, $7 j.
506* 19th at. n.w.
8 rooms, all mod. imp., $25.
A. T. COUMBE,
ja4-3t 1425 N. t. tw.
F
)R RENT-UNFURNISHED.
8 B st. n.e.,llr $75 Vt. ave. andU n.w., 6r.?30
Wash. Cir., 12 rs 75 5'?5 S st. n.w., 6r?22.30
201 A st. s.e.. llr 70 903 U st. n.w., 8r 21.40
2105 O st. li.w? I Or 55 2010 8th st. u.w., 6r?18
13V5 Corcoran at.. 13r. .50 Union st. s. w. Or 13
3327 P at. n.w., 12r. 50 1920 9H? st. n w 12 80
! 00 U at.n.w.,8r 37.50 Union PI s. w , 5r...8.50
941 N H av.n.w.,7r .37.50 Office rs. 705 8th at.n.w.25
2819 u st n.w.. 9r 35 i iffice ra. 1307 F st. n.w.2a
1205-< 20th at. n.w 35 Barber ahop. 13th ft En.w.
FUhNISHED.
Conn, ave., bet. R and S. !8r., i?er year $3,500
Vt. ave.. bet. K and L. 15r., stable, per year 3,000
K st., bet. 9th and 10th, 12r? |? r month 150
Sunderland Plate u.w.. 11 r? per uionth 150
TYLER ft RUTHERFORD,
Ja4-lm 1307 F at. n.i
FOP. RENT?454 MASS. AV. N.W., 2 STORY, BASE
ment. Or., a. m.i $3~
1108 E st. s.e., 2-story brick. 7rooms a.m.i 22..>0
819 :?d st. b.w., " 6 " " 15
823 3d St. " " 6 " 14 15
153.3 Union alley n.w., 2-story b., 6r., a.m.i. 15
3 F'entoii st. n.e., 2-story b , 6r 10.30
133 L st. s w , store and dwelling, i)r., a.rn.i? 18
large stable rear 1533 13th st n.w.,2-storv brick?8
GEORGE E. EMMONS,
d27-3in 93(1 F at.n.w.
TX)R RENT^47 AND 49 F ST. N. W? NEAR
Printing and Pension offices, each house containini.
baaement-kiuhrn and dining room, parlor and bet
room, 2 bed rooms, bath room: rent $20 .?0, in ad
vance; inquire LEON TOBBINER, 322 4Hst. n. w.
Ja3-lw*
For rent
1524 5th st. n.w., fl rooms ^3-i
235 13th at a w., 9 r>Kiuis 'jS
231 Pennsylvania ave. s.e.. 5-room Flat 20
229 Pennsylvania ave. a.e., 5-room Flat 18
Ja.'i-St CHR. RUPPERT, 403 7th at. n.w.
TPOR RliNT?
I 1007 H ?t ii w,.10r.$75 1229 6th st. n.w?7r....2o
913 N Y a\.', 13r 65 222 10th at. n e., iir 20
1107 N at.n.w . 9r 50 1220 Md ave n.e. Or. .1
930 F. at.n.w., 1 lr 50 lt>77 Valley St., 7r 1
1425 8th at. n. w? l(*r 4<i 71tt 10th at. n.e., <r... .14
7tIt ft A a.e., st. ft 'lwTg 4o ?>03 10th at. n. e.. 7r?14
927 L at.n.w., lOr 35 13101) st. a. w.. 6r 10
1461 S st. n.w., 7r 35 Office room. 637 F 10
ALBERT F FOX,
Ja3-6t 920 F st. n.w.
I^lR RENT?6-R<lOM BRICK HOUSE-318 11TH
street S.e ; water and gas, convenient to heron s
and cars; $15. Apply to R. E. PA1P.O, attorney, 482
Louisiana avenue. * Ja3-lm
X)K KENT-BY R O. HOI.TZMAS. REAL Es
tate and Insurance Broker, 10th and F sta. u.w.
HOUSES.
La Pierre Hotel, 10th I _
and E ats. n.w., 48r.. {2015 N st. n.w.. 8r .
i i. Atif.n1 i o<> n ? u.
1232 14th st. n.w., lOr..60 623 4W st. s w . 6r 20
2d floor, 1107 Pa. ave .60 620 1) st.n.w.,3r ,store. .16
605 6th st. n.w , 14r.52.50 309 D st. a.e.. Or 15
1841 R St., ltlr 50 305 D at. s.e., br.. 15
loll N at n.w.. 9r 50 535 6th st. s. e ,5r., stb.15
301 N" Y.av..cor.3d, 10r.50 1701 19th si. n.w., 4r.. 15
1745 F at. n.w.. 9r... 45 1003 N.J. ave. a.e., 6r .12
1223 G st. n.w..6r -.45
FURNISHED HOUSES.
F.near 18?h St., 13r..$500 R. 1 ave., lit. 16ftl7.$125
K bet. 17thft ISth. 416.66 F St.. near 18th, 1 lr . .1 00
Conn, ave , near N st.. .250 F.nearlSth at., 10r..l00
I at., near 16th, 12r...,200 29th.bet.OandR..lOr.lOO
I?.wa Circle, 15r 200 28tli, near Q. sr 75
9th. above K st., 12r. .150 35tb, near q n.w., llr.. .6i?
<i,bct 13th ft 14th 17rl50 8th St., near !,5r 3.J
H, near 21st St., 8r...l50
OFFICES.
941 Fst.,2d floor, 5front 719 11thSt. n.w.. 2r. ,$:15
rs. .heated by steam $80 1110 1 st, 4tli floor, 3r.30
941V, 3d floor, 5 front ra.. N. e. cor. 7 & F. fr. 5 to 12
heat* d bv steam 60 939 F at., 2d floor, lr... ,2.?
N.e. cor. of Pa. a v. ft 12 h. 939 F at., 2d floor, lr... 15
.'ii floor 100 470 La. ave., from lOto 20 '
Eleirant rmin.s in "Sun 513 11th st., 2r 25
Buildinir,"flreproof,2ele- 1211 Fat. n.w.,2r 25
vaton-, heated by steam, 1211 k'st.n w.,3r 2.?
from $30 to $lOOeach. 513 llthst.,3r 20
1110 F st.. 3d floor, 3r. .40 409 13H st. n.w., hall . 20
STORES.
1701 Pa. ave., store $75 512H 11th st. n.w 50
4229th st. n.w 75 421 llth st. n. w 40
512 llth st. n.w 50
d31 R O. HOLT/.MAN. 10th and F sts. n.w.
f;?OR RENT-TWO NICE EIGHT-BOOM NEW
Houses, 401 1st st. n w. and 53 D at.n.w.; two
lines of cars at door; two latrobes each, range, wash
tub*, two closets and bath, I* Us, si faking tube*, and
all modem conveniences, with concreted yard and
alley. $30 per month each.
BEALL, BROWN ft CO.,
d20-lm 1321 Fat.
1'OR RENT?UN" FURNISH ED?
2 Duix.iit Ciirle. $150 1432 N st $ >0
1614-1616 R. 1. ave 1434 N st >0
n.w. $100 each 4127th st. s.e 18..>0
70219th at t?6 66 121.5 Conn. av. n.w 50
1314 19th st 83 3:'. 1228 I st. n.e 20
1440 N st b?> 171 2 4th st. u.w 16.66
lOOO 15th st 55 1427 F st. n. w., of
1430 Nat 50 lice 12
fUKNISlIEB.
Duiont Cin-le 2,>0 M.near Conu "ave?$150
Isth st.. nesr Pa. ave..150 lothst .n'rDui<cntCir, 125
De sales ?t 182.50 ??, ljet. S'th anti 10th...120
K.Wt. 17th and 18th .175 l-.thamlQ. 100
M, near 14til.... 175 R at., bet. 13th ft 1401.100
FITCH. FOX ft BROWN,
d26 . 1437 Penn. ave. n. w.
IX>R RENT?FlitNISIIED-ON A PROMINENT
a ''ircle. a 3-story brick. 13 rooms; all coliveniencca;
heate.1 by new furnace; In"*'- newly i-a|?*red at a coat
ot $1,000 to ii ata li the elegant furniture; stable in
rear. w ill accotnuoxlate 3 horses and 3 "arriages; $ 175.
_d26-12t Inquire of M. M. PARKER. 1418 1 st.
17<iR REN T? L I. EG AN T BANKING. STORE AND
office rooms in the handsome Marble irout "Flem
ing Building,' 1 119 G at. n.w.; lire proof, thoroughly
lii-hteii. vi i tiiated and heatid by steam, open lire
1 l.-o-e in ever> r<H?ni. from $25 to $'-00 each.
Also that fine deubl" hooae 1022 12th st u.w.; 12
rooms, wt 11 I?at?d. *ith lieautoul grounds and stable
in the r.ur.jnst '.he home for a bu:ii ;e** manor a
luemimr of ngreas; $ 100. ROUT. I.FLEMING,
dlO-lmo 14l9Ust. n.w.
1-XlB RENT? J
<(37 i'a. ave. a. e.. 5r. 1533 6tb st. n.w., 5r $16
at d store $60 1203 G st. s.e ,6r., w.13.30
SoM Asi.a.e . 1 lr .m.i .5.. i'.05 G st. a s..6r., w. 13 3(1
I9*.'?? 15th St. n.w.. 14r.55 419 12:h at.s.e..?ir 13 :?<
929 9th at. a w., 8r 1'.'13 Wylir n.e .water. 10
1405Col st n.w.,6r,a5 49 12t 9>? W ylien.e.. 5r. 9 5(1
7^1 let st nw.hr "3 17 F st ler. *.e? nr.. .9.30
232 ???th st li. e.. Or .22.50 1377 Bv. at. n.e., 5r .9.30
2019 1 Oth at. n.w U1.1..I o "-03 CuUuii st. n.e.. Or... .9
i'.MMi loth, 7r. ft stalde.?.?'>.ark's Alley, 4r 8
9329tb St. a.e.. Or.... I* ?>' 1332 Miller'sCt. a e 7
3: 2 G at. s.e.. Or 16.30 Lr. 12101st. s.e.. 3r 7
40 Lst. u.w . 6r 15 30 8 Cooks?'i'salloy, .'lr .5
<110-1 ill SV\ol.MSl 1DT ft BRADLE\.927 F n.w.
^?HIK KENT AND bALE-J. HARRISON JOHNSON,
1202 F st. n.w
. _ 8 8th at. a.w? li .
400 N at.s.w.. new i?-nioiii bri<
808 8th at. a.w..' large 8-room brick, m. i., i? :0 |wr mo.
' k, ui.L. $22 .M)pernio.
4M\N st. a.w ,n* wl>-f?oni biiik. m.i.,$22 59 per mo.
4in flunter Plai-i'.uew 5-room brick. ni.i.,t 10 jierino.
46t H H unter Place, new 5-room brick, m i , $ IV per uio.
dO-lm
nut RENT?A ^OSAT 9-K<HtM BRICK HOUML
r new. 7 :6 F n.e. Key next <loor. 6-room, 140o
Col'imbia at. u. w? $25 each. All hare mod. iiup.
OWNER. 518 Oth u.w. dlO-lm
1*)RRKNT- ...
20 Iowa Circle. 3-story brick, lSrootsa. >11 m.
i.; Stable in rear ..?- ?}25
1921 lflth St., :t-stor} bi ick. 14 rooms, a. m. i.; jr. 100
123 B *t. s.e.. 3-story brn-k. 9 rooms, a. m. i 4.j
480 Pa. ave., sum and cellar ~io
1711 R st., 1-storj- irnittc, 4 rooms. 10
919 P st., 4-roornbrick, ri. 1 18
FURNISHED.
On a prominent ave.. 3-story brick. 15 ra., com
pletely and hamUomely furnished, heated by
open nre-plai <* a id turn an* |225
911 11 ito at.. 3-story brick, 12 rooms, completely
luri .'i.ed ...........100
On i ne of our pnm-iial ein lea, a 3-atoo' brick of
13ns>uia. heated by furnace; newly papered;
line furniture; stable in rear 176
d2U-12t M. M. PARKER, 1418 Fat.
FOR RENT?HOUSES.
00
For rent-unfurnished.
1 203 New Hampshire ave., 10room (65.00
401 Flr?t st. e??ry mod. imp 30.WO
S3 Dst n. w., every rood imp 30.00
20S# 14th st. store :.'<H70 and cellar -"0.00
Office rooms, first floor. tEJS F at ,... 50.?
Office room*, 1216 * *t_ 3 front rooms. lid floor 25. C
911 lsth at., from JanTl. ut<-ely refitted 83.S
Fl'RNIsHED.
2 room*. 4th floor. Everett Flats, H ft. star
18th. each #30.
151*0 13th at., for season 2,000 00
1213 Coun. ave., season 2.000.00
)6MBit,HMH 3,400.00
1323 l:<tb at., with stable. -pawn 2,400 00
Grant Mansion. Georgetown Heights. by jrr. 1.500.00
We have many other choice bona** which can be
shown on application. BEALL, BROWN k CO- 1321
Fat. dlj-lm
FOR SALE-HOUSES.
P)R SALE?I WILL SELL THAT THBKE-8TORY
House, 40(1 H at. n.w., at a sacrifice. if Bold thia
week: lot SiiM to a psved alley, with a atable.
DAVID D. STONE, SOfi F at. n.w. Ja7-3t
P>K SALE^-A BARGAIN-NEW BRICK HOUSE.
HIS T at. n.w., 8 handsomely papered rooma and
lictb: 22 feet front, depth of lot 123 fret. For permit
to ius|ieot apply to DAVID D. STONE, MX! F at. J7-.1t
I'OR SALE?THE BEST HOUSE FOR THE MONEY
on the 1I1U. 4th st..one square from Kant Capitol
at.: new, 10 rooma and l>itli; lot 18x100 to alley;
$5,800. DAVID D. STONE, SOtl F at. n.w. JaT-.1t
1JVIR SALE?VALrABLE F-8T. PROPERTY AT
the ?onthwest corner of Otli st n.w.
WM. P. YOUNG,
Ja7-6t 1303 F at. n.w.
F)R HALE - Mr PIECE OF~ F ST. BUSINESS
iroi?rty; large lot and good improvement*.
A. P. HILL A CO ,
ta7-l w 1 :J38 F atreet.
P)R SALE- ~
A new 2-story brick, 6 rooma, Oth at. s.e ,
nearG $1,950
732 9th st. s.c., <5 room*, water and K"as $2,250
New *>-room Bricks, 5th at. n.e., bet. L and M.
all m.l $2,700
Now 7-room Bricks, 5th at. n.e., bet. L and M,
latrobea. ranges; all m.i $2,850
3 new 6-room bricka. all m.i., Fst. n.e. near 5th.$2,500
Two-at?ry ami Iwsement brick dwelling, Juat
finished. 5th at. n.e., near F., all m.i $2,600
A very complete houae, 6 rooma and bath, cor
ner 5th ami F n.e $3,250
12 iK'r cent investment, six 4-room bricks. Hut
ton Court, bet. Vermont ave. and 10th at.
n.e., reuted fur $1) each and never vacant $5,400
Handsome store, Pa. ave. a.e., bet. 6th and 7th.
drj- cellar. 5 rooms and liath 2d floor $8,000
swormstedt A BRADLEY,
Ja7-6t 027 F at. n.w.
FJHJR 8ai.E?CHEAP AND OH EASY TERMS TO
an immediate purchaser, a new 9-room press-brick
house in northweat; modern improvements. Apply at
2103 Oat. Ja7-eo3f
1>OR SALE-ELEGANT AND VERY SUBSTAN
t. Uy-bullt new residence < never occupied) of 12
room* ?on one of the most iiopular avennea northwest:
Price moderate. STEIGER A liebermann. 1303 |
F atreet. Ja7-6t
F? OR SALE?BARGAINS IN HOUSES. IMPROVED
business Corner. 8th and 8 sts. n. w : $6,500.
8-room Brick, mod. impa., E at.n.e., near 2d: $.'1,500.
9-room Brick, mod. imps., near E. Capitol: $.>,000.
Ja7-.'U WALKER A WILSON.IOOO Fst.
IJH3R SALE?NEW lO-ROOM HOME: ATTRACT- :
ive features and location: house modern; beautl- ;
fill side lot on north: bfoad aide of house oiienlug on
finp alley to aouth: good brick atable; within stone'a
throw of Judge Hillyer; elegant houae and grounds:
will be aold reasonably.
Ja5-3t J. B. WIMER, 1313 Fst.
1.,'OR 8ALE OB EXCHANGE; FINE 14-ROOM
J residence; irood tenant in. I am instructed to ex
change this property on I at., near 8t. Aloysiua, for
(rood building lota.
Js5-3t J. B. WIMER. 1313 Fst.
FOR" 8ALE?speculatrve"AND?INVESTMENT
business i>ro|>erty ou Penna. ave., north side;
$13,500; will i>ay 10 per cent.
Ja.V3t J. B. WIMER. 1313 F at.
IjVIU BALE?AT A SACRIFICE:
A haudaome new brick < >n Pa. ave., near 21st St.,
with 10 rooms; all m. i.: $10,000.
A corner lot on 26th at., 50x50 feet; improved by
good frame; $1,800.
Tlire:> lieantiful lots on N. H. ave., bet. L and M; each
18 by about 90 ft., which the owner, a non-resident,
will sell at a low figure.
1 >esir:il tie lot on y st., near N. H. ave.
Handsome bay-window brick, cor, L and N. H. ave.
only $3,<KK).
For latest bulletin, with full list of houses and lots,
apply or send address to
Ja5-3t WE SCOTT A WILCOX. 1007 Pa. ave._
JJOR SALE-VERY GOOD HOUSE ON 14TH ST.,
above s, west side, two-story bay-window press
brick; lot 20x120, to 20-ft. alley; easily arranged for
business, $ 10,000
F
_ SAI.E OR EXCHANGE?TWO ^ARGE 12
r room bricks, adJoinintr each other; suitable for
hotel: near lOtli ami Grant Place n.w. Will trade for
smaller houses or for unimproved ground in or out
side of Isjtmdary. Apply to WHITAKER A WHITA
KER. 1307MF street Ja5-Ut
"CKlR SALE -FIVE NEW 6-ROOM BRICK HOI SES
X near Government Printing office, all mod. imps,
and well built; $3,150 each, on easy terms.
CHARLES W. HANDY,
Ja5-3t 021 Fst. n.w.
I70R SALE-HOME IN MOUNT PLEASANT;
P $ 1.000 cash, balance monthly, 8 rooms and attic:
larvi lot; fronts south ; has stable.
Ja5-3t WHITAKER k WHITAKER, I307X Fst.
.'OR SALE
AN OPPORTUNITY.
To close out the affairs of a syndicate. I will sell at
$200 to $300 cash, balance ou ioiik time and easy
mpnthly payments (a little more than renti. several
very handsome 2 and 3 story (IJucen Anue) houses, 7 ,
to 10 rtKjins. thoroughly modern, all of diflrreut
uesiirn aud finished In natural wood, with oi>en fire
places, anti>|Ue oak mantels, located in prettiest and
moat improving part of the northeast, on two lines
cars. Two-thirds of street improvements po to this
section this >ear. Will be sold at once at irreat bur
trains, insuriuir handsome profits. Also in same suuare
some fine lots, only 65 and bO feet deep, in blocks or
sniKly, at speculative prices.
W. E. BI'RFORD.
Ja.Vlw 1422 N. Y. sve.
For sale-at $14.500-a finely-bi iltres
idence on Rhode Island ave.. near Scott Circle; 12
rooms, bath, cellar; fine lot. This is a bartruiti.
Also, at $t>,000, three-story bouse, brown-stone
trimininirs, 10 rooms and cellar, fronting south, near
16th street.
W. E. BURFORD,
Ja5-2t 1422 N Y. ave.
a OK 8ALE-COR. 13TH AND MASS. AVE., 15
* rooms. $18,000. 641 Mass. ave., n. e., 8 rtsims.
$4,800. 1<16 17th st, 5 rooms, $3,200. Several
building lots cor. 13th and W sts. n. w , $1 i>er foot.
Ja5-3t* A. S. CAYWOOD. H33 Oth at. n. w.
"COR SALE-1227 19TH ST. LARGE DOIBLE
J corner Houae. Address the owner, GEO. C. MAY
NAHD. _ Ja5-lw*
1?OR HALE-ON K. NEAR14TH ST. N.W.'.A 3
story auil basement brick, with lartre hack buildmtr.
ami stable. Lot 26x142. to 30-foot alley. Lot worth
the price asked?$13.0<>0.
826 4*< st. s.w , two-story brick; mod. lmjis. Lot
154x75. $3,000.
135 F st. n.e, three-story slid basement brick; 8
rocims and bath. Lot 18x70. $3,200.
Two-story and liasement brick, 7 rooms, mod. imps.,
on S St.. near 16th. Will be sold cheap to ail imme
diate purchaser. B. 11. WARNER A CO..
Ja5-3t 016 F st. n.w.
I*>K SALE-HOUSE OF ELEVEN ROOMS, ON
13th st., between H and 1 sts; stable on lot: once |
$8,500. ADDISON A LARCOM BE,
Ja5-3t* 13(HFst.
I'OR SALE-A VERY DESIRABLE HOUSE OF 13
rooms, K st. near Connecticut ave. ADDISON &
LARCOMBt. 1304 Est. Ja5 3t*
i, OR SALE-ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A BAR
* train? We have out in a irood 3-story and base
ment brick dwelling, containing 11 rooms; bath and
all mod. imps.; lot is 20x120; $65 pernio, rent has
liecn offered; situated in west end section. If sold this
week, price $6,500.
Ja5-3t J NO. F. WAGOAMAU, 1003-5 F st.
1JOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN AND UPON EASY
terms, a very desirable frame house: 231 10th st.
s.e. Lot 20x100. to 20-foot alley. Newly repaired.
LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, S?20 F st n.w. Ja5-3t
? .'OR SALE?14M PER CENT INVESTMENT?
1 $2,300 tor all if b> ui<ht quick?1 broad, comfort
able .?-rooui frame, hall, |>orch, Ac.: stable, fruit trees,
fcc.,and 2 5-room frames (new); rent. $14; lot 25x
170; room for twe^ more houses; 15-foot side and 30
toot rear alley. CHA8. A. SHIELDS, 1006 F st. n. w.
Ja4-:it
1'OR SALE - llOl SE OF EIGHT ROOMS AND
bath, with 18,000 so. ft. of ground, ou Howard ave..
Mt. Pleasant, for $6,000. BEN J. P. DAVIS. 1310 F I
St. Ja4-3t*
F'OR saLE
2210 to 2234 Bound- 825 22d st. n.w? b. h.,
sry st ,1) h ,4r $16,000 Or 4,800
2024 to 2042 Bound- 827 22d st. n.w., b.h.,
ary st. n. w? b. h.. Or 4,<00
4r 15,700 820-31 k 35 22d st. n
200 to 204 O St.. and w . b. U 4,600
1326 and 1328 2d st. 2142 I st. n.w., b.h.,
u. w.,b. h.; 4 and ' Or 4.600
6r 13,500 1423 P st. n.w., b.h, I
2211 to 2229 10th st. m.i.. 7r 4.500
n.w.,l>. h? 5r 13,000 113 H st. n.e., b.li.,
2 to 6 7th-st. road. .11,300 7r 4,250
1733 to 1743 E st. u. 201.3 S st. n. w? b.b.,
w . Or 9.000 7rs 4.000
70114> 709 Farragut st. 1328 V st. n.w.. b.h ,
b.h , 5r *9,000 Or 3,800
1801 t<> 1803 Lst. n.w., 731 2d St. n.w., b.li.,
I h . 5r 8.000 Or :?,650
1 to 0. Alley, 12th C 205 12th st. n.w., b ii.,
13th. Nl A S n.w ...6,000 6r 3,600
1139 to 1151H 23dst. 710 y st. n. w, b. h..
u.w.,f. h..4r 6.000 Or 3,500
1746 N. J. ave., n.w.. b. 38 F s: n.w , b.h.. 7r.3,.'>00
h . 141- 6.000 3408 N st. n.w., b.h.,
1311 D st. n w.. f. h , 7r 3.JI00
tlr. 5,000 1802 ai d 1804 L St. n.
3328 to 3334 P st.n.w , w , f.!i . ir '.1.000
f li.5r 5.000 2018 Dtii st. n.w , b. h.. !
1247 ? 1249 Mailif ou 6r 3,000
st. n.w , 4r A 2 b. li. 201212thst. cw.,b.li,
rear 4.800, Or :t,000
1 ne above i? only a port!'on of the pro|? ny on uiy
Is i.ks. For mil l.?t call at ollice for t'i'.b l.i iK-uedou
the lst and 15th. |jj4: T1IOS E. WAGGAHAJL
1X)R SAI.E-A \EKY desirable TWO STORY
ami Isiseiuent linrk House; all mod. imps.; Ver
mont ave., between U and '? sts at a batx^in.
SWORMSTEDT A Bi-.ADI.EY,
Ja4-6t 927 F st
IrvmSALE -MONTHLY payments, NEW, SEVEN
.sin s cellar, lstth, ail lu.i.; near Printing and
pension Offies; cars and lierdics: n.e.; few dais at
$.t,S;<H). ALLEN E. H1I.L 513 9th st. n.w. Ja4-3f
1'OR SALE-ON I BET. NORTH C.V1'. AND 1 ST.
n. w , splent.nl brick house. 3 story aud cellar, n
n ?<ins. gissl lot to ail alley, llargkiu; $6,000.
On New I : m| shire ave. bet. L and M. a beautilul 9
room house m a| iendid contiitiou; mod lii.ix*. e7,i)o0
ji-4-3t 11. H. W AKNER & CO., 910 F St. n.w.
1.'OR SALE?504 K ST. N.W_ A HANDbOME 2
ntory n,d lus-unt lit pressed brick. Isty window
Iioiit. 6 Minn and bath; hot and cold water; slate
KiMiitels; closets throughout the house; very ecououii
? ally heatetl; front and luck yard, reasonable terms,
lnii'aire of OW NEK, 1209 5th si. n.w. Ji4-3t"
INK SALE?TWO 47.IXH) HOUSES- FOR $5,000
X each, a nice residence or go<id iuvestiuent, at o and i
nth street n.w., 11 room*, modern Improvement. In
quire of owner, 719 6th street n.w. Ja3-lm*
l^OR SALE-VERMONT AVE., NEAR McPHERHON
1. suuare?an elegant br.ck house, 16 lar.-e rooms,
tme large clossts, very best 1 lanibling. The finest
iis'stion iu the city. Csi lie purchased at a bargain
For istrts uiars apply to HKlUtON k RAMEY, 1307 F
at. n.w. Ja3-6t
i 2r- ff - ?, G n.w., pay. 12 p.cent ?> Tr,n
1 Ifx'tE ,l t b*t- ?'? ud 4th ii'e! . 11
dl0-3ni wsqht A STUCKETT. Sio'F ?t'?v
J 1'OR SALE?A handsome NEW BAY-WIN DO
^"*1 ten roonia and bath, with bells. lowikJn
w m?ifrn conveniences; 132&9^thst n.
? _??sirable and in an enhancing in value neighbor.
ln,,,,lw 01 ^iV
FOR SALE-HOUSES.
Fob male-east tebms-a very snug five
room brick house. near street cars and herdlcs;
newly papered; has side entrance to yard ? 1813 Write
at. lie.: price |l,.i08; only |:tOO r?h; halance
monthly orqgraly: lotowonly 5 wri-ent.
Ja2-6t SWORMStEDT * BRADLEY, 927 Fet.
f?j n a
n*r lritt Also, corner lot on 16tb
R SALE?BARGAIN?9 FEB CENT INVEST- |
nieDt. new 10-room elesrantly-flniahed residence.
r ltfth st. n.w.: $5,800 Also, corner lot on 16tl
St., 43x50. OWNfeR, 1538 Pierce Place. <122-lm*
FfiijbB 8ALK-BT t. HARRISON JOHNSON, 120* F i
?t. n.w ?t larire 10-room brick and (table, "OS 8th
at. i.w.. near National Museum. lot 66x100, per lout
$1.35. 614 8tli at. a.w.. 6-ruotn frame, lot $0x100;
?5 "50. 813-817 C it. a.w., 9-room brick, m. i.;
?5.900. 707 C at. a.w.. 9-room brick, m. L: $5,500.
801 C at. a.w., corner property, very desirable;
$7,500. 711 H aw., 6-room frame, lot 49x85.
$3,500. Other very dealrable property aouthweat.
d6-lm
FBHOB SALE?THAT ELEGANT RESIDENCE 1022
Vermont sve. n.w., with stable attached. Fur term*
and perm (anion to inspect, ait'ly to GURLEY BROTH
EKS. 1319 F at. n.w. _<18-lm_
F>B 8ALE-1761~MA8S. AVE; NEW; 38FEET
front: main atury and trimmings brown atone; 22
rooma. halls, store-rooms. pantry, 2 bath-rooma: per
fect heatintr and plumbing. price $35,000. JOHN
SHERMAN & CO., 1407 F ?t. n.w. n24-2m
? MONEY TO LOAN.
$10,000,.
Money to ujax on Washington citt !
real eatata at 5 and 6 per cent.
CHARLES W. HANDT.
)w-lm 921 f at. n. w.
$5,000 AND $2,000 TO LOAN
i on real estate.
P. A. DARXEILLF.,
Room 10, Atlantic Building.
Ja5-3t* F at., bet. 9th aud loth aw.n.w.
TO LOAN?
$90,000 in auma to suit at 5 per oeDt.
$.0,000 in iuiim to suit at 6 per cent.
On real eatate security.
Mur tirades and monthly notes socurt-d on real estate
bought. BEALL, BROWN fc CO.,
J*4-3ni 1321 Fat.
Money to loan
ON REAL ESTATE SF.CrBITY.
HILL & JOHNSTON,
Ja3-3m 1&03 Pa. are, n.w.
(??*: ViAA TWO 8UMS OF $3,000, ?1.300,
v# and $1,000, and rudjs to auit, to
loan on real eatate security. B. E. PAIBO. Attorney,
482 Louisiana ave. d27-lm
LOANS^MONEY to loan in sums to suitT"
GWYNN * NEWMAN,
Beal Eatate Brokers,
dlO-lm Atlantic Building.
ONF.Y~ TO LOAN AT FIVEPER CENT ON .VP
proved Real Estate security, Larve amounts a
aiiecialty. TYLER A RUTHEKFOF.D,
dlst-lm* 1307 Fat. n.w,
Money to loah.
$10,000.
$5,000,
$3,000.
GEO. A. JORDAN,
Successor to Whitaker & Jordan.
dl8-lm 1417 F st.
Monet to loan on good beal estate
security In sums to suit; charges nominal.
ALBERT F. FOX,
dl5-lm 1(20 F St. n.w.
Money to loan on approved real Es
tate security.
dl2-lm JOHN SHERMAN A CO., 1407 F st.
Money to loan on real estate in sums I
to suit, at lowest rates of interest; no delay when
security is good. 0. C. GREEN, 303 7th st. n.w.
dll-lm
oney~t6~loan
ln sums to suit.
On approved real estate security.
B. H WARNER fc f'O.,
d8-lm <116 F st. n.w.
Monet to loan - $12,000, $fi,oooTj3 0oo,
$1,500, and other sums to suit. ALFRED H.
LEE & SON, Real Estate, Loans and Insurance, cor.
14th st. and R. 1. ave. dtl-lm
Money advanced to but homes' ok to
pay off mortgages; long time and no risk. Mort
gages csnceled in the event of death: easy monthly
payments; a little more than rent will buy a home.
Call lor circular and full explanation.
n28-3m* SMITH & SIBKALD, 029 F st. n.w.
K
EAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
SAFE AS U. S. BONDS.
blX PER CENT. PAYABLE OUARTERLY.
IN SUMS $100 TO $1,000.
SMALL PREMIUM CHARGED.
$20,000?TO LOAN
10,000
5,000 ON REAL ESTATE
3,000
500 fn281 THOS. E. WAGGAMAN.
Money to loan in amounts to suit at
lowest rate on approved security.
U21-3U1 GEO. W. LINK1NS, lltth aud H sta.
Money loaned, in sums to suit, for .-?.
10, 15 or 20 years. Easy payments. In the
event of deatli loan is canceled without further pay
ment, and property turned over free of incumbrance.
The plan of the United Security Lite and Trust Co.,
of Philadelphia, is the l>est ever devised to enable par
ties to own their homea for the ordinary cost of rent.
Call lor a circular and full explanation.
*e24-6m F. H. SMITH & SON, Agents, 1222 F st.
Money to iamn
IN SUMS FROM $500 UPWARD,
AT THE LOWEST RATES OF INTEREST
AND COMMISSION
ON
BEAL ESTATE IN THIS DISTRICT.
11. O. HOLTZMAN,
an22 Corner 10th and F ?ts. n.w.
ONEY TO LOAN
In sums to suit, at lowest rates on approved real
estate security. FITCH, FOX fc BROW N,
o20 14*J7 Pennsylvania ave.
Money to loan
AT LOWEST RATES OF INTEREST
ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY.
THOS. J. FISHER A CO..
nS 1324 F at n.w.
ONET TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT Low
est Rates.
M
WASH'N DANENHOWER.
>N,1115]
ap24 Successor to DANENHOW EE A: SON, 1115 Fst
PROFESSIONAL.
PROF. CLAY, WONDERFULLY GIFTED CLAIR
voyant. Astrologer and Spiritual Medium. Bom
with second sia-ht and veil. Every hidden mystery re
vealed. Recovers lost or stolen property. >inds hid
den treasures. Gives lucky numbers. Causes sjieedy
marriages. Brings separated together. Gives success
in business. Removes all lam.iy troubles and evil in
fluences. Cures sickness. If disappointed by efforts
of others, Judge not all alike, as the Professor can con
vince the most skeptical. Strangers from other citi-s
will save time and disappointment by callimr on the
only genuine clairvoyant in this city, as he succeeds
where all others fail, and advertises only w hat he can
do. Sittings, 50c. Life-reading by mail on receipt uf
$1. Name, lock of hair, date uf birth. Hours 9 to S.
Open Sundays from 1 to 8 p.m.
d29-tolfe? 421 9tli at. n w.
Don't Trifle \v ith Youb E
YES.
Dr. 8. GALESKT'R Optical Offices. 025 F at n.w,
affords you the opportunity to have your eyes ex
amined lree of charge, and if required htve such
Glasses adjusted to your eyes as will be proper to cor
rect every optical defect, no matter hew seenilugly
severe.
Illustrated catalogue containing useful hint* rei,-ntil
ing the care of our eyes free to any address ui*>n ap
plication.
dl5-3m J. F. LEWENHERG. M. D.. Manager.
MAD. E. ARDENNE, THE CELEBRATED PALM
ist and Clairvoyant, can give you your exact Iif
chart, and to her sitters their names in full. Telli
how to hold the affection of husband and lover aud
how to win the one you love. All business confiden
tial. II12 Gst. n.w. Come and lie convincod. dl2-liii*
"*|ME BROOKE TELLS ALL THE EVENTS OF
iTl. LIFE. All business cuiitiociitiul. Lau.- . audtreu
tlemen 50 cents each. 40S L St., between t i and 5th
sts. n.w. ae24-16w*
ATTORNEYS.
Law office of
RANDALL HAGNER
d7-r!m* Removed to 408 5th at.
David a. gourjck,
(Formerly of the Philadelphia Bar;.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law. hooin 45, Atlantic
Buildiutf, U2? and U30 E street northwest, tra Tin
(1AMPBF.LL CAKRINOTON, ATTORN 1AT
J Law, Barbour Law Buildinir, 490 l>ouiaiana
avenue, Washington. D. C. Residence, 121S 11 at.
n. w. d22
DENTISTRY.
Free dental infirmary.-tf.eth filled
and artiflcial teeth inserted witiiout ciiartre, except
cost of material, at 1325 H st. n.w., Dental Detain
ment of Columbian University, from 1 to 5 p.m. daily,
except Sunday. Extraction fret;. Infirmary open
Ir..in Octolier 1 to June 30. Jrt4-3ni
!'. STARE PAKKONtC DWfl?T7wTH~HT , ??It
_ nerEu.w. Fllllnk' a specialty, leith extrr.cted
without pain by puin-l;iller apt lied to nuus. Artiti
cial teetli insci'led, achuiK tci tli saved: hours 9 to 5.
uih27
D
Dlt. DUKE, DENTIST, 715 14TH N W. TEETH
exirjeted without iwiii bj aid of local application
I l-epareil and used only by i;i?. 1 ottli tilled. $1 > Vr
lict-iittinfc- sols aitihcial Teeth. O.iintioua i-uar
tnteed. ? ul7-2i?*
J. C. H
UTCHINSON,
IMPORTER
WRAPS,
JACKETS,
AT OBEATLT REDUCED PIUCES.
NEW STYLES RECEIVED TO-DAY AND WILL BE
SOLD AT HALF PRICE.
907 PENNSYLVANIA AVE.
FOSTER IMPROVED LACING GLOVES FOB
STREET AND EVENING WEAK.
Oalton & Stbickland.
Have the laiyest and beet (elected stock of
MEN'S, WOMEN'S, AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
To be found in this city.
The leading features of these shoes ere
COMFORT. DUBABILITT. AND STYLE
And with the large stock to select, boss, are enabled
TO SUIT ALMOST EVERYONE WHO GALUk
Borne very suitable
ODtiaTMAS PRESENTS
Can be selected from the many styles kept In all sin
?W PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE'
TARIFF INFORMATION.
Mr. Planb'a Bill to Establish t Per
manent Customs Commission.
how thi commission will be constituted Ain>
WHAT ITS DtmBA WILL BE?IT WILL KEEP
INFORMATION ABOUT THE TABOT ALWAT8 OX
TAT FOB CONGRESS.
The bill introduced in the Senate Saturday
by Mr. Plamb to create a customs commission
and define its duties, which was referred to the
committee on finance, provides that the com
mission shall consist of five persons appointed
by the President for the term of two. three,
four, five andsix years respectively, as he shall
denominate; their successors to be appointed
for six years; no more than three to be ap
pointed from one political party, and no person
engaged or interested in manufactures shall be
appointed as commissioner or shall engage in
any other business, and the salary shall be
#7.500 per annum. The office of the commission
shall be in Washington, and shall be open at
all times for heariugs upon subjects committed
to its jurisdiction.
The sections describing the duties of the com
mission read as follows: It shall be the duty of
the said commission to inquire into and ascer
tain the average price of commodities on the
importation of wWh any duty is imposed or
which are on the free list both at wholesale
nnij retail in the United States, and both in the
United States and in the foreign places of pro
duction. sale or shipment for the period of six
months preceding and six niontns following
any change in the rate of customs duties im
posed upon such commodities, and this inquiry
shall be carried back a period of twenty-five
years or more if deemed advisable by such com
mission. and shall extend to all facts relating
to demand and supply, domestic and foreign,
which tend to influence prices of such com
modities. domestic and foreign, and to aid in
determining the true effect of the import duty
or of the change therein in the several cases
upon domestic and foreign prices, and upon
production of the same or of other commodi
ties. upon revenue, upon immigration, upon
profits of capital, rates of wages, and the gen
eral welfare.
SrcowL To ascertain the amounts in quan
tity and value of the importation of the princi
ple commodities during each of said periods of
six mouths preceding and succeeding any such
change in customs duties.
Third. To ascertain as far as practicable the
quantity fend value of the same or similar com
modities produced in the United States during
the same respective periods.
Fourth. To ascertain in any and what instan
ces the particulsr rates of customs duties have
operated to increase or diminish production in
the United States.
Fifth. To ascertain in what particular rates
of customs duties existing from time to time
operate injurious or favorable to the develop
ment and increase of American manufacture*
and productions, or operate injuriously or
favorably to the consumers of such manu
factures and productions in respect of causing
or contributing to the payment of unreasonable
prices by consumers, or "the removal or reduc
tion of the same.
Sixth. To ascertain the effects of the customs
duties upon the price of agricultural produc
tions of the countrv and their sale in the United
States markets and their consumption in the
United States.
Sea nth. To ascertain the effect* of such cus
toms duties, both actual and relative, in respect
of the employment and the payment of remun
erative wages, both actual and relative, to labor
in the United States, and a comparison of the
same with the labor aud wages in other coun
tries.
Eighth. To consider the effect of customs
duties or the absence of them upon the agri
cultural. commercial, manufacturing, mining
and other industrial interests of the people of
the United States.
Xitith. To ascertain and compare the actual
cost and the selling price, both at wholesale
and retail, of similar manufactured commodi
ties in the United States and elsewhere. In
order to perform its duties the commission is
empowered to visit different parts of tlio coun
try and make investigation aud is instructed to
report the result of its labors to Congress.
Each year the testimony taken before it is to
be printed from time to time, us the commis
sion shall determine.
An Old Pensioner's Complaint.
1IE HAS A SALOON-KEEPER ARRESTED ON A CHARGE
OF ASSAULTING HIM.
John Clark, the ssloon-keeper at 7tli and L
streets southwest, was in the Police Court this
morning charged with assaulting John 11c
Grath. an old pensioner who boards at Clark's
house. McGrath claimed that Clark struck
him with the lid of a stove, and that there was
no provocation for the assault.
Clark denied that he struck the old man with
a stove lid. but admitted that he threw him out
of the bar-room door because he had made an
insulting proposition to liiin regarding his
(Clark's) wife. When If? l|BHliPnd by Mr.
! Shillington. Clark said that he looked for his
fiistol and would have shot the old man if he
lad found it. When asked if he bad not been
arrested before for assaulting persons. Clark
answered in the afiirmative, and said that his
arrest was usually
THE RESTTLT OF POLITICS.
"I am a democrat to the marrow," said
Clark, who seemed somewhat excited, ''and
when a republican comes iu my place and dis
pleases me I throw him out. You bet I am a
democrat aud a good one."
The old man was recalled and he denied hav
ing made any such propositien to Clark con
cerning his wife.
The court was not satisfied with the proof
offered and continued the case until Wednesday
to get additional testimony.
Employes Discharged.
WHY A NUMI1ER OF WORKMEN AT THE NAVY-YARD
WERE LAID OFF.
About twentv-five workmen employed in the
new ordn:mce shop at the navy-yard have been
discharged because the work has reached such
a stage that they were no longer needed. This
is the reason assigned for their discharge at
the Navy department. It has been intimated
that a larger number of workmen than was
necessary, many of them from Mnrv
land. had been employed before the
election, and that the true reason
for their discharge was that election is over.
At the Navy department it is emphatically
denied that politics had anything to do with
the matter. Commodore Sicard. chief of ordi
nance. said to-day that the new ordnance build
ing at the ua% v-vard is in an cdvauced state of
construction, but that some delay has been en
countered by the failure of the contractors to
furnish the roof trus??s aud frames promptly,
and that portion of the work had to be sus
pended. As there was nothing else for these
men to do they were laid off.
Assignment of Plus R. Hutchinson.?This
morning an assignmc nt was placed on record
whereby Elir.s S. Hutchinson, trading as Hav
ward A Hutchiusen. dealer in mantels, ranges,
grates. Ac., at 424 9th street, transfers for the
benefit of his creditors all the stock in store,
plumbers'supplies. Ac., at 9th and E streets,
and all his estate, excepting such as is exempt
bv law, to Samuel Maddox. The liabilities he
divides into five classes, giving preferences in
order. These classes amount to *2.581.46. ?6.
VJ2.19. $6,416.21. *2,651.50 and *12.556.75. ag
gregating ?*31.098.11. The assets foot up *30.
635?610.400 personal, including stock in store.
?3.400 stock, #635 claim and #10,000 book ac
counts.
Rev. Dr. Cyrus F. Knight, of Lancaster. Pa.,
recently elected bishop of Milwaukee diocese,
Protestant Episcopal church, has notified an
official committee of his acceptance of the
officc.
It is rumored that Henry Disston ft Sons are
con tempi;, ting moving their saw works from
Philadelphia to Cape Charles Citv, Va.. the
southern land terminus of the iiew York,
Philadelphia and Norfolk railroad.
A personal friend of "Phil" Daly, whose life
was recentlv attempted in New York, said
Saturday: "Phil is not crazy, but he is not the
man he was before the shooting. He is nervous
and somewhatfxcitable. and the sudden bang
ing of a door or a loud noise will startle him."
Already 213 witnesses have been summoned
to appear before the United States court at
Parkcrsburg. W. Va.. January 10. in the trial of
cases of alleged illegal voting, bribery and in
timidation at the November election.
At Richmond. Va.. Heinson k Kindler. house
furnishers. have made an assignment Liabili
ties. between #5.000 and #9.000; assets, nomi
nally #11.000.
At Boston agents of the Haytien Republic
have received a cablegram from Mr. Morse, one
of the owuers of that vessel, ordering a crew
sent to Port-an-Prince to bring the Huytien
Republic to the United State*. The agents aay
the vessel is still at Port-au-Prince. and deny
the report that she was towed to Santiago by the
Galena.
German emigration for the year 1888 wm
96.000. against 97,000 in 1887. The bulk at fee
emigration waa to America.
T. II. Bail ess, postmaster at Hope, Ark., flred
a bullet through his brain Saturday aal fell
dead. Drink is the eanae assigned.
The six-day female bicycle go as yem please
eight-hours a day race cioeed in Pittsburg 8at
day night Hattie Lewis, Uf 9-19 willas; Elaa
Von Blumen, 451 >-19; May Allan, 174 9-19; Hilda
Baaller, 8541-19; Jaesie Gakaa, 980 19-19,
CHINA'S DESIGNS ON CUKKA.
Stoutly Oppo?f<1 by Judfr Denny,
Whose Life ha* been Tbrrklrnrd
The latest new* from Corea report* that the
Chinese government had submitted demand* to
the Cutmu government. and threatened to nae
force if they were not complied with. The first
waa that the king be depoaed and that the
crown prince be elected instead. The aecond
waa that Corea should declare herself to all the
treaty power* to be a dependency of China. The
Core an premier advised the king not to con
sent. and also resigned. Judge Denny pro
tested. uid said the demand waa an outrage on
the part of China which should be brought be
fore the world. The judge had heard of I hina's
intention previously, but bad deferred acting
nntil certain of the" fact*. Jtidge Penny is con
stantly in receipt of threatening letters, and
several time* lately has been nearly assassi
nated. Therefore the Coreau king requested
the Japanese legation to famish his American
adviser with a body guard, but the Japanese
minister declined, fearing that it might involve
him in serioas difficulties.
There is in Japan a strong party of literal*
or radicals who hold that if Corea should fall
into the hand* of any of the great powers the
integrity of Japan might be menaced. They
strongly applaud America's attitude toward the
little kingdom, attributing it to the love of
freedom permeating all the foreign dealing* of
| the United State*. They are charmed by Judge
Denny's revolt again*t the aggressive designs
of China.
An influential Japanese paper i* of the
opinion that so long a* Judge I>ennv has any
voice in the council* of the Corean government
the Russian protectorate will not be accepted,
since that should have only oue obvious design
?the absorption of the peninsula lutu Russian
territory.
Anglo-<ierriiun Ill-Keeling.
MUCH BITTEBNCSS BEING STIKBKD CP BT THE
XOBIEB-B.SMABCK AFFAIR.
The ill-feeling in England and Germany over
the Morier affair i* intensifying. Count Her
bert Bismarck, Friday night, gave a diplomatic
dinner, at which he promised, under request of
the emperor, to exonerate Sir ltoliert Morier
from any charge* connected with the Bazaine
incident. This re*ult wa* communicated to
Morier. who expresae* himself a* dissatisfied.
He says that as official prints Make the charge
there must be an official withdrawal. Lord
Salisbury, in a pt r*onal communication to
Prince Bismarck. asks him to order a direct
statement that the whole charge is absurd.
The Frtisinntge Zntung says: "The German
people await what Count Herbert has to say
officially on the matter. As things stand, Ger
man diplomacy has not covered itself with
glory over the question."
Tho Nalkmm Zrihtng hold* that Morier. in
his ap|>eal to Count Herbert, was overconfident.
The paper says: "It wa* reallv an astonishing
demand to ask the chief of tlie foreign office
to contradict the report of a trusted officer of
the German government. It must b?- left to
the future to show w hether Bazaine will come
out of the affair as a slanderer or as a coward."
These comments suggest a similar question
as to whether Prince Bismarck and Count Her
bert will come out of the affair as slanderer* or
as cowards, ssvs a Berlin di*patch. Morier.
{ according to the sentiment of the English em
bassy here and the general feeling in official
circles, will compel Count Herbert to apologize.
In tlie meantime the semi-official press show*
no signs of abating the attacks on Morier.
rather tryiug to support the assault. Saturday
night's lirrhtu r linrrat iW tturuj ha* a vaguely
worded official statement declaring that the
government has proof as to the meau* by
which Morier obtained information concerning
the movements and offensive plans of the Ger
man troop*: also, how he ma!e use of thi* in
formation by sending it to the London Timet.
? m ?
The Alleged Sugar Refining Fraud*.
! OOOD GROUNDS FOB BELIEVING TH AT TUERE IS A
* STOCK JonuiNG OPERATION ON FOOT.
The alleged frauds in connection with the
Electric Sugar Refining company continue to
excite comment in financial circles in New
York and England. The president of the de
funct concern. Mr. Cotterill, went to Milan.
Mich., with detectives.to see Mrs. Friend. How
ard and the two Baktcad*. who are said to be
the living parties to the alleged swindle. How
ard is the man who swore that he saw the
alleged inventor. Friend, refine raw sugar by
means of electricity. A special effort will be
made to punish Howard to the fullest extent of
the law.
The latest sensa'ionai report in the affair is
that Friend, the alleged discoverer of the pro
| cess, who was reported to have died in March
| last, is not dead ut all. No one has been found
I yet who saw hi* corpse.
It is said that tie total amount of money
j obtained for shares in the concern here and in
: England is about c 1.700.000. In addition Mrs.
< Friend held 5/2M share*, of which it it not
| known how ninny were gold.
President Cotterill told a reporter at Ann
! Arbor on Saturday that he hau not come to
Michigan to arrest iirs. Friend. He denounce*
: the claim made by jlr*. Friend, thct the con
\ tract with her docs not specify raw cane sugar.
' but only cane sugnr, as an unmitigated false
hood. The process i* far too expensive to
place on the market. There i* no question, he
says, but that the product is finer than that
produced by any known process, and would
i sell better than any ordinary refined sugar
if it could be made from raw sugar.
The deception consists in manufact
uring refined sugar instead of refining
sugar by a new process. A reporter of
the Detroit Journal, who has seen the contract
between l'rof. Friend and the sugar refining
company, says it makes no mention of manufac
turing su^ar from raw material. The men who
pose as dupes c onfess this. The whole thing
lias been precipitated by the English stock
holders. Cotterill and tlie others who got the
Englishmen to subscribe now want to get con
trol. Mr*. Frieud and Howard own a majority
of the stock and the alleged aecrets. The only
way the dupes can determine whether or not
they have been duped is to get control. Mrs.
Friend is too sharp to be frightened into giving
up any secret*.
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Osman Seizes His Followers' Wives.?An
officer of O man Digna. who deserted and has
' arrived at Sukin reports that the rebel* are
enraged with Osman for seizing their effect*
and wives, he giving as his reason for such a
course that the rebels chewed tobacco, which
is contrary to the precepts laid down by the
mahdi. He also reports that 2.000 dervishes at
Ilandoub are squabbling with Osman concern
ing the evacuation of the place, a majority of
the dervishes being desirous of retiring from
the town.
Local Oition Election in Accomac.?The
Onancock district of Accomac county. Va..
voted on local option Saturday. Two out of
the three precincts gave a majority of 203 in
favor of license. Taugier Island gave about
73 majority against license. The prohibition
force* at Onancock, led by W. T. Mill* and
John S. Tyler, made a desperate fight, stand
ing out in the rain and rallying their voter* at
the polls. Mills was very aggressive, and used
such rough language toward his opponent* that
the town sergeant had to be called to prevent a
collision between the hostile parties. The dis
trict went dry in 1846 by a large majority.
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Decision in the Famous Codman Cask.?
The full bench of the supreme court of Massa
chusetts has given a decision affirming the
j decree of the single justice in the case of
William 8. Dexter, executor of the will of
John Amory Codman agt. Martha P. R. Cod
man et aL This is the celebrated Codman
will case which has been pending so long be
fore the court*, and which ha* beeu the sub
ject of great public interest, Mr. Codman in
his will leaving a great part of his large es
tate to Mrs. Eliza Ann H. Kimball, the "Vio
let" of the amatory letter* from Mr. Codman.
which were made public in the caae. The exe
cutor appealed from the decree of Jndge
Holme*, who decided that Mrs. Codman had
the right to appeal from the decree of the
probate court allowing the will, and secondly,
to the decree oi Judge Charles Allen, who re
fused to set aside the verdict of the jury, which
found that the will of Codman wa* executed
under undue influence on the part of Mrs.
Kimball.
Suicide of a Bigamist,?Tho*. Beady, aged
tweuty-aix, committed suicide by taking poison
Friday last at the Zylonite hotel. North Adam*,
Mass. He was last November refused marriage
by the pastor of St. Francis' Catholic church,
a* it was not certain that a former wife was
dead. Beady afterward produced alleged proof
of the death of his first wife, and he was mar
ried to Mis* Moore on Thanksgiving day. The
pair left town shortly after, when reports were
circulated that Ready'* first wife was still Uv- ,
ing, and that the proofs furnished to the con
trary wen forged. Mr*. Beady second came
back some time since. Beadv returned last
week, and a warrant was issued for his arrest,
hearing of which caused him to take a large
dose of poison before boarding a horse-car for
Adam*. Taken sick on the car, he stopped at
the Zylonite hotel and ordered a room. Shortly
afterward he was found in intense pain, death
resulting. Previous to this escapade deceased
bad borne an excellent repntataon. It ia thought
remorae drove him to the dead.
The Kanaas, Mo., Tone* haa advitea tea
Springer, Oklahoma, that the martial law order
of two year* ago ha* been put ia force, aad the
squatter* aredeeamgtef. Springer is a Mttle
orerthnw ??ski km apofiMnof
MATAAFA KIOHTK TUK GKKMANft.
A li?Ct!?? In Samoa In W hich the Latin
Had Fifteen Mm Killed.
Advices received at Auckland. New 7.eslsnd.
from Samoa say that the Ovrrnan man-of-war
Olga lout twenty mm killed and thirty wound- d
out of a party of ISO urn sent to assist Tarns
seee against Mataafa. The Germans were coos
pelled to retreat to their boats. The eoaa
manden of the British and American roea-of
war received an intimation of the German in
tentions, but they remained iuactive.
Berlin uSi-ial advices from Asia say the e?
gag< nient took place on December IN. Tht
(rerman gunboat Adler, with the German con
sul on board, proceeded to l.anly. Mataafa^
chief position. with the intention of iM-gotiatinf
for the disarming of the insurgents in conse
quence of the destruction of German property
and intuit* to German sailors. A party of ra?*o
wan landing, and while on their way to lb) Vai
lele plantation they were suddenly attacked
? P*rty of rebels led by an American named
Clein. The Olga. Adler and Ebor landed mora
meu. who succeeded ill repelling the native*
an<l destroying acme of their village*. Lieut.
Sieger and fifteen men were killed, and Ijenta.
Spetigler and Burchard and tliirtv-aix mea
were wounded. The Utter are doiuK well.
Other account* ktatc that the Hermans retired
to \silele and held it agsinst the greata-at odd*
until reinforced. Mat afa's loss ass ten killed
and thirty wounded. The German* bomUarded
Vallele. I-etog. Lanly. Matataga and Matafaa.
Mataafa Uow hold- a strongly-intrenched posi
tiod near Apia, where great i xciWmeut pro
, vail*.
The F.nropean women and children have been
placed on board the men-of-war. Business la
at a standstill. ?xpecting further Ccrtuau
action. Mataafa ha* obtained a supply of am
munition. He declare* himself read; to sppear
before the commanders of the British and
American men-or-war.
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Nltro-tilyoerliie lor llrlfht'i IMhtis*.
FVom the N>* York Kiin.
Nitro-glycerine bid* fair, say tlie doctors, to
become an important remedy for disease of the
kidueys: and experiment* are now making in
caaes of bright* d if sac. Nitroglycerine of a
pure quality, possessing all the explosive pow
ers of the substance. is prepared in alcohol
i which removes the explosive quality l in the
proportion of one part of the nuro-glvcerinc
to fly of alcohol, and is then prepared with su
gar or uiilk in tablet*. Thus prepared it it
called ?Trinitrin." A patient in a Philadel
phia hospital has had tne dost* increased until
now lie i* taking eighty grain* a day. He hai
Bright * disease, and the effects are said to bt
highly satisfactorv.
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Mr. and Mr*. Morton In Philadelphia.
Vice-IVesident and Mrs. Morton attended the
dedication of I>i**ton hall in Philadelphia last
night. Mr*. Morton is a relative of Re*. I?r.
Francis L llobbins. of the lie aeon I'reshv
terian church. to which Disston hall is at
i tached. That was the reasou for Mr. Morton's
visit with hi* wife. l>i**ton hall was named
; after Mr*. Henry l)i**ton. alio contributed
nearly all the niuuey required for it* erection.
It adjoin* and is in charge of the Beacon
church, and will be u*ed a* a kind of mstitute
for workiugmen and al*o as a dis|ieuaary. At
the dedicatory ceremonie* the speakers be
Hides Mr. Morton, who made a few remarks,
included John Wau.imakcr. ev-Ctov. Robert E.
1'attlKon. Rev. Win. G. Cattell. 1>. 1).. aud Rev.
H? nry M. Field. I?. I?. After the ceremouies
Mr. and Mr*. Morton took a late train for New
York.
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Searching for her Husband.
A VEllMoNTER WHO HYSTLRIOrSLV UIHilTUUl
AT NOkrtlUL
Norfolk. Va.. special to the Baltimore Ameri
oin January 6. About the middle of December
E. A. Bruce, a prominent citizen of Burlington,
I Vt., arrived here, engaging a room in ths
Young Men's Christian Association building,
stating that he was negotiating for the lease of
the Purcell house, which is to be leased for the
present year. He wrote his wife to meet him
; liere New Year day. On the 26th ultimo be
\ took an early breakfa*t. and went to the whart
j of the Chesapeake aud Ohio steamer John
| Koiner. Mr*. Bruce armed here New Year dav.
| aud.ou inquiring at the St. James hotel, leane d
i he was mi>*ing. I'p to this evening no clue to
. him can be found. All his clothing and ef
fects remain intact in his room here, and the
theory now advanced is that he went to New
port News on a pleasure trip, returning that
night on the John Romer. when the latter was
j run down by the Old Dominion steamer Onyan
1 dotte. and that he was knoc ked overboard by
the shock and drowued. It is stated that it
passenger, with a life-preserver around his
? tiody. was seen to jump overboard from the
j Romer. regardless of the officers' effort* to pre
j vent him. Mrs. Bruce still remains here en
deavoring to unrnvel her husband's mysterious
disappearance. Bruce is a niau of means, and
! wa* formerly engaged in the jewelry business
; in Burlington.
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Both Cacoht i* a Trap.?A few days sine*
a twelve-year-old son of John Bisaell. of Gaston
county. N. C.. was out rabbit hunting along the
Catawba river, when he fouud a steel trap. The
( little fellow had n< ver seen anything of the
| kind before, so he determined to examine it, but
' when he picked it up it closed with a snap,
holding him fust by the arm. He set up a
howl, which brought his father to the scene,
j but when within about ten feet of the boy a
I very large trap clamped the father's foot. It
required the assistance of another party to free
them. Both were severely injured.
To Hr>*T for Diamonds is BkAin.?One of
the biggest hind deals on record has been con
summate d with the Brazilian government by
New York. Pittsburg and Washington capital
ist*. A Pittsburg dispatch says: The principal
object of the promoters ol the scheme u to
| open up valualile diamond and gold fields iu
far Western Brazil, and iu order to prosecute
investigation and carry on tin work a coinpauy
I with a capital of ?2.000 000 is in process of for
mation. The grant is for between 50.000 and
60.000 acres of land borderiug the Amazon
river in the region of the Audcs mountains.
West Virginia Election Fracws.?A J'ark
ersburg special to the Baltimore .4uttrwan says:
i To-night writ* for two hundred and eighteen
witneases have been issued by the clerk of the
United States district court. w1i<mh- testimony
is wanted before the I* UI ted Stales grand jurv.
which will be in session herein a few days. The
list includes persons from seventeen counties,
and contains upon it fifty of the moat promi
nent politican* iu tlie state, both republican
aud democratic. Charges of bribery, illegal
voting aud illegal reception of ballots be
county commissioners have been made, and it
is the intention to investigate the election
frauds. The court. Judge John Jackson,
brother of the democratic c andidate for Con
gress in this district, savs that it is his inten
tion to have the matter thoroughly looked into
and to br \ng the guilty to juatice.' let the pun
ishment fa U where it may. The coming anaaion
of the United States Court promises to bo ?l
national interest.
A Magistrate's Mistake.?A Hampton. Va.,
special to the Baltimore Anmw*. says: Some
time since Carey Banks, colored, of tills place,
got drunk, and began firing a revolver indis
criminately on the streets. Several persons
had narrow escapes, and a boy was seriously
shot To the surprise' of the community, it
was learned that Banks had been dismissed
from jail because there was really no evidence
that he had done wrong. It aeems that Banks,
when arrested, was taken before Philip Haw
kin*. the colored magistrate of the Back river
district. In committing Banks to jail, and
making out his mittimus, he followed the form
laid down in -JMayo'e Virginia Magistrates'
Guide" a little too cloaely. Where the form in
the guide aays in parenthesis, "Here describe
the offense succinctly." Justice Hawkins, in his
mittimus, said the same thing, and there ended
it. Banks became tired of staying in jail, and
at last employed a lawyer, who took him before
Judge Peck on a writ of habeas corpus. Ho
was at once discharged, as the mittimus did not
show that he had committed any offonse, and
he has escaped. ___
A CotTXTT Heat Wa* bJSii
sheriff and posse of seventy-five --
1 descent on Homerville. Neb., on Friday. ,
the a bee nee of the county officials at McCoofc,
| disarmed the citizens, who war* panf'
court-house with Winchester rides, and 1
hack a portion of the county records to 1
November SO a long and bitter fight .
location of the county seat of Goeper i
culminated in an election in which the _
aary two-thirds vote for its removal from
merville to El wood was secured. Homer
ever, refused to give up the records.
Carnegie's free library st ]
Pa., for which he gave *40.000 fa
of a building, will be opened this
OoL William Cody and Nate Halsbury. pre
rietors of the "Wild Woat," have entered sdt
rainat Adam Forepaogh. the veteran show
ian, for IMMN damages, churning that ther
have the exclusive right to the -Wild Weet."
John lL L^ngW . postmaster of Webb CKf,
oats inspector m'
aunts of the office and fonad a shortage tt
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