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FOR RENT?HOUSES.
I^OB RENT VSFVRN1SHF.D
Cor. ou Conn. ?\c. 11 OH F st.n.w . $C08..sl
??!uNt lor im4ra? 201". Ost b w ?*J
it business pur- 5oOSiVth st 11 .? *J
IK*. <208.3." >a 1'DI.LS.
ram ?t n.w 125 it-:-.* 141I1 w..?tr?iiwc.G.i
iP-.'l 10th M 75 17-4 I4tb-t ? w ?t?r*.4i>
SOIV Mw. sw. U-w. .105 APARTMENTS.
looo iwth at oa:i3 ast., i?-t. i^th?iiwh...?>
SV12 Hillycr Place- BO 131jS.V ??? lOtooO
stoi N?t .->o offices
l.tOO 30th st .">0 1503 Pa. ave. n W 15
l.Vm s street n.w "?0 TwoIront olBce_rooms,
1511 Sitnft n.w it> 1st floor, Jl? ,th.e ch.SO
1JI1 l'onx>ru?t 40 1210 F?t^fr?*Ma*. 11 -~
1154 '.".a st 35 S1ABLF.M
stables .?
nurmn cas be okiaised w o? OF
FICE. these beuaea cwu be ln?|?d<4 only by per
UaU ,rom OUr ??"- hill k JOHNSTON.
fW-eo4w laOa
1" xhTrent- 7.TT
1 rtrBNISHED HorsEa.
10 th at. nr cor L sv$ 1 50 Pm^nt Cir> le... .4
Cor. 1Mb * F??wi.w..,.WC"uu.ave.t*t.M*?.
Hat-bet IT* l?n.w.2">OConn.a..l?.N
I. bet. 17th ft lSth.33?:??Yer.ave..bet ?>*?>? , V\,
I. bet. lath s ltnh.100 ?. Coun.ave.. abeve Rat -? o
Est- bet. 1 bib ft 17 tb..3 R.i.a..bet.l4thft 13th. -00
Oat., la-t. W-li K ll th ltlOI*S?l??t .Iir.CuU.i.?. 11.>
OH.kM.tUtkkUrt 7.1 I. fl-r-o:i 1;!** i
P at. nr.Dupotit Or> Suudcrtai*! }?!??- .V-'!
V at.nr.N Have 15o Conn, a, nr. Lai cttes^.-.>o
13th at., Ut.s a. T -Of
HI LI. ft JOHNSTON.
cfi*]y 1 ,'iUU Kun. fcve. n.w.
1~>oR KENT- 3121st. *e., 5r.........??
' 512. .-,14oth?t.?.w. <;<>? %? ?vr. ;'wmWr A;!
llr, all 1.1.1 $504. K st. n.e.. 10T..IU.1..-W
345 fc at. a. w.. Or. 1 221 ?th a w ?br. lu. 1... 1 ? ?
iu.1 23?. 50 :t4 - N ?.w.. br .111 >
014 U at. a w-.7r .it.1.22 .50 333 McLean at...?r .1?lo
1:451 4'?.w,.10r l?th.20.5?. MM. *!?? '??? **???*:
1252 4?*s.w .Or. iu.l1o.-K- ; ,;' "v
33.-. M <w .5r . water.. 1-' 327.>1 aw...,r waterltt?i
fcow 7 lu a. w,0r.water. 14 :!<> 122j.?laryuudav.u.e,.>rl0
4i?4 N s.w., Or IO :.~i i a w.. .?r , water ...13
UJ51>el.av nJir.w.H aUi-.' M ?.? . 4r... ?
1'JU M ? w? 5r, W ,.k:io r.'l4 l?t a.e..4r ?
yj'j 1 ?t *t. ^.e., 4r 8 113. l'-W Lst. ?.w., or?b
t23-3t* C. U. t\Kh EK, cor. 4Haiitl fc ata, a.w.
IVJIt ELNT?BEAI TIH L 7-ROOM .AND BATH
brick. l5>-4 Vt. >ve..u>t fro.it. aeyaal
llriw >u^c u|>t?.n:te. liiOS- J. STALEi.
txa-M _
VH)K BI NT?NEW lO-KOOSI BllK'K DWELLPNQ
r h"UM-. 1401 l-'tn H II w. <->0 f*r inou;lu 1
ClI %l.L> ?. UAlilii, &?l ? ?t. n.w. II
I SOB BENT?TO FAMILY OF \DILTS, A TWO
?ti?ry brick ciweliiu*r iA**wljr paired '.cor. 1.5th und
??; parWux' iruiit ?u?l hide; iwruits tli^? ?U?'jr.
K -i. n.w.
J'OB BEST-707 101HST. N. E.. NEW B1X-UOOM
lnuue Willi bwtb, stable in ruar. Kent #1 -jU.
(
BtlXT? _
.r ttu 1 at n.w #160 67 '_^4 Vasa. aye n.w. ?-J2.UO
>ia?a. a^e. and-Otll at..i-'? Aii-conlm. #r ? r*[ ?
014 17tli?t.n w.. l .'r lOO ill-J C at. n e., 0r.;...'."0 ->'?
i;niM:i<i n.w,. ior.. <?? ld'.i .N. > ai>. >t. (J r -'y-.'" I
? '.'O 1 Jtn *t. n.a . I'.'r . 14'" B'd'y ave. n.w..-1'? ' i
OloEat. II w. 10r. b0.no J J17-J?tli n.w..
1311 VOtti at n. v . in- ou 17i:'.?;Lit.u.*..t r.. -0...0 .
^<'l."?y ?t. n.w., \tr tio 4:i."> li ?t. n.w.. ??r...~o.;-'
1311 IltUat. n.w..Ur.. 55 ^oi ynun. w..?r....iJJ.;>W
1043 llitii n.w,.13r..50.ti0 IS30 E at. n.w., br. .}?.?>
??". 1 E. C?1>. at., llr 50.0O 400 L *t. n w .br ... 10 ?0
1714 tnu it. n.w . >.?r. . ..o 3414 P ?t. n.w.. ?r. .11
131 M l are. n. 1 lr .50 -'034 Oth at n.w..? rlb ..O
e.'.l E Cap. at.. 1 lr. 4'J.50 :<iu 1-tb at. u w . ttr. lb
^-b A at. a e .lOr +0 57 L at. u w..br ?.??lb
1304 T at. n. w.. 'Jt 40 71uA at. n.e . br li?.4tf
i' at. n.w^ l*;r 4*> 110 M ??. B.W, jr.... 15.30
?_04 D at. n w . lOr 40 K-'.vM, ja.uii.iao ave.,..r,i.i
400 lib at. n.e.. Or 3o Whitney C'!i*e. Or (J
l'0<>5tnat. ?.e..Sfl" 30 Hyattsville. ?r....... ...l.?
^1W i;:th -t a ?.. 10T...31 allr> Muat.n.w., 5r ...lo
L'313 M a! It w.. nr .K tl.? ltflb lKtn at. n.w., ui.. 14
^111 H st. n.w..Sr ..30.50 blltfthst. n.e., or 1 j
11*,'0 ?tta at. n.w .yr 30.4<I Cleveland aae. Or........ 1.!
r.'lDM at. n. w . lor. .:40 McLean av. a.w., ..r. .1 l .JO
l!i;il< !?t!i at. n.w., 1<>'. :?U 11 IS 5th at. n. e., br ...12
licio 14tli at. u.w., 7r..."S yl5"7thst. n.w.,4x..R30
i;,;t3 x.-.tn u w , br. -5.7.'? 3-0 1. a.w.. iir ... 10.t><?
?JIM Arthnr M.,7r. ^5 411 Sl'il7l??ti.w.4r ...10
i:il Uu, av. n.e..br V5.:i5 31KLat. n.e.. 4r 10
1504 lotnat. u.w,.Ur-.Y35 443 B ?t. u.w . 3r 10
1S?14 Larva at., br .-i5.30 IV14 -^a8t.B.w., 4r S
VII 3d at. n.w.. 0r .J5.30 130V3d at. a.w.. 4 r ?
STORES k DWELLINGS.
???MK N ,-r.u.w.. Sr H>44 14th M. n. w . Sr. 4.?
Ait. IIoml'u ST -5 J4"-V?H M at. n.w.. Or 30
131S \ ?t 11.w.. 7r *i:i ltC>3 I tu at. n.w..t>r -o
lMimothn w..',r$R-O 0 at *.e..5r. 10.3.?
?-?O0b 13th at. n.w.,7r*-*'.S5 301 Kal. u.e.,5r 1J
i'.'l Irta at. ??., ivr .'^i .i?H
1?3 B H WAKSER ft CO.. Olfi F st. n.w
1" .-?OB~HEST-I N TVBNISH ED
lUS7 -?? '."Jd at.. 141b BoundaryfIr.J18.30
lOr new. eat h $55 ?_:43 lat st. s.w , 0 r. .15 40
lb--S I41I1 at.. 14j 40 --3b Cleveland av., b r.14
H/-'7C? 11U. ave.. Sr . ..4i.? 1?11 B at. 5r l'J.50
liaiti UiM'raB<U*r... .35
17v." 4tu it. n. w.. 7r...30 Offices?St. Cloud Bld'tf
lo*-7 N J. ave.. br '-5 cor. VtU and i'.
1415 W st.,br. uvW...V-..->0
i-3-3t JOHN SHEKMAN ft CO. 1407 Fat.
1~~>?lt BENl rHE NORTHWEST COBNEB Of
1 btli a..'l 11 ata n.w. su'i in everv riajin anil yard;
en. .1 it-cation in tht rity. JAMES A. BATES & CO.,
j-ja-1 m 1407 *" at. u w.
1>,K BENT?A NEAT rt-KooM HOCsE; NORTH
aid** Irvi.i^ at., west of 7 th at.; only* l.'ij^r month.
J. B. HLB li- Hill.
1*13-31* 14-.*:tH >' at.
tXlR RENT?ONLV~i|14; $14. tli
1 1-3.5 l*a h\ 1*. ?. e., ami l-'.'4 to 1.30 G
at. I e , < .. UI.I 'IU.C 0 na'ii:a each. '1 liese are new
h..na^t: luto.Ua w.li be . ui iu it dfalreil. hi ya at
?? ad i.'tli. c lieat do*, r. cH.id. L B.VNL&, 1003 1* ^t. n.
w. f-3-0t
J>)Ki;fN r-~
n.'.b f at. n. w . !? room*, meal itnp I4V.IW
lOi b Eal. s.w.. brooms, imxl. imp -l..?0
A at. n.w., ti roou.? an*i bath.... ?...... l^.oo
7 7 1" st. 11. w., G ruotua. and bath 18 OO .
5?11 1 -tli at. n. e.. 5 ioon:a, laive grounds iJ.UO
1455 J4adia.<n -t. n.w.. 5 r>-a'U.a Ill OU !
il-.tlk at. n.e.. 5 rxma 1M.OO 1
4b3 Armory st. a.w S.OO
CHA->. li. I'MWOOll.
of Mid tur CAVWOOD t OAKKETT,
l-3-3t' liaa.'Iiient, Hlb F n.w._
toil BE XT-1530 :fil> ST.. LAROI-. FRAME
j hi w Bn k; Vat? near 3'Jd. v? ry nice places; $30
and ? J.-> larr inoli.h; convenient tut an, J. J. VA
TLBS, 3077 M St.. V to 10 and 4 to 0o'clock. Keysat
i:;b5 3-dst. T^4-3f
L'OB BUNT?
fs. w. cor. 10th and 301? Willow Tree alley
Oats, lor #40 5r <10.>0
l.V-'o oat. 11 w.. 7r.. 30 H15. r. !?lb -'5ih at...r,10
3?r. C at. c. e.. Sr .30 t-v;l, r. W.'i ^Oth st..5r.lO
1513 nerve H . 7r. *-7.5o "iO.>7 Eat. n.w., 4r 10
IbliO ."-tli at n w._Sr.-5 50 010 K st. s.e.. br 10
1"0 ki st. n*.. l-'r V5 li?)7. r. 11*1? L st.,4r.l0
?.?447 y at. u w . 7r. . .^5 ItHlV. r. Ii<l4 Lat..4r.l0
1 Mr.' Oth st. n w? br... -'li siort 5*->* -Oth st.n.w. .10
3-.0 4;ii at. n.e.. br '.'5 7 lo M Harj a place.5r. 10
41U "At at. n.e.. br 30 'i533Oat. n.w.. 4ra ?
t>i4* Wd at. n.e ,br IS 1 '."d St. n.w.,Or?1.
7-.il V4th at. u.w.. br . 13 -J5VO R at n.w.. 3r 4
?*n.".Eat nw.4r. 1* stabler. 13V1 list l-..>0
V?AS01>Cil0> DANENHOrtElU
rr.t-3t 11 >5 >? st. u. w.
1>.H BENT?
Jr 1701 y st n.w.l'.'r.t 75 3tT.' 14th ?t. s. w . $1.V.'5
4-iV* litfc n.w., llir 75 -414 7that. n.w., br...$1.5
1 Ton 1. st n.w.. llr.55.58 Scott ave. n.w., br 15
volb H st. n w.. 8r 3;'. - ;i5 2d st. n.e.,br 14
?i\- j F at. n. w? Or 715 In in at.. Qr I-.'
7iejB 'fv at. n.w ,iOr J3 Jblit 1 st. n. w?5r .10.30
14:i4 1 at. n.w.,Or. V0.30 13bsDat. a.w., 5r..l0.5u
V-"i B l'y st..br 17.5o 1'JIV:sd st. s.w.. br 10
A. - CAYWOOD.Jf33Jithat. n.w.
|?| REST-OX BOOM BRiCK.WATER IN tU
A kMcheri; ?14 3I>: ?'?.i't Htk st. n.e.; key htxtdoor.
Apply t. C at. u.w I','3-3t*
na unr-Mw i st.; bkvih rooms axd
JP all n.cal. imps.; t-rtce $:?? per month, store and
llaalliLif. I4lii st.. %.il?.. W/U btU St., ?17, J..W. K
^O* RENT-OS LARCH oT . I.E DROIT FARK.
a O-rv. bnck. w ith bath ano all modem lmiroie
1 mod. im|?.; price $:(>> per month, store and
in^. 14th st.. %.?0. 1HIO btu st.. 917. J. W. 1
UllKa A SON. 1-L'U S. V. ave. ja^b-5w
l^OB REN1-60 L Vl. . N EW^7 - KOuM BKlClf;
P aU mod. uups. A. P. HILL S CO.,
te-.-.i-lw 1338 F at.
V'Oll REST- HANDSOME SEW HOUSE. 7 Ri ?JMS
X and bath, witli all mod. imps . near two lines of
atn-et car*, So. 310 3d at. 8.W. Apply 300 3d St. s.w.
t-3-3t*
X^OR REST?
JT Per Month.
t?;iO C st. ?. w.. 8r. m. 1 $1S.00
1303C ?t. s.v.-., 5r., Iraiue and store-room 1-.00
l:.by C st. aw? 5r . br.ck. water. 15 00
13- Tennp?11 avs. n.e.t . r.. tx. Ill 1 10.30
llox N. J. ave. a.e^ 5r.-br.. water IO.OO
Apply to J NO. F CI LI.1NASE,
_r:3-;?t tit-o ?tn st. a.w.
I-OR Rf NT?ON 1VTH SV.. NEAR DCPONT CIR
cle. 1043 lVth at. n.w.. brick. 3 stones and ban --
n.ent. 13 rvaima and bath . ail modern iini-rovemeiits;
key at atore $Jo.OO B. H. W AHNEB X CO., Vltf F
?t. n_w. ri3-3t*
F
laonts; 1 ape red and iu jf'aid e.rdi-r. key at 11*10.
$?:.'? 3o B ?L <i AhNi K -V CO..Vlbl st.n.w. f.'3-3t"
!.'? i- H N 1 -713 -? 1 s I VI. S.W.7tHREE-s1oI,\
JT hack (i .iiduuf, nlue rvom*.mod. impa.. rent, $30;
key- T'.'H -1st st. lvr tunher 1 ait., lli-rs in^uu-e at
115 B at a e. It
jw>K 1.L.N1 111 V n;< 1 ( ill oi.Eli FAMILY. A
b-room orick H*' ise ?rh BMalcrn lmproieuienta;
1;4 lbih at. n.w.. a(ad location; k?y at 1 ."iD*.'.
$25.35. B 1L W AliNEi; > CO..X1Q F 11 w.f.'3-3f
1>'KKENr-031 EAST CAPl'tiiL ST. LAUOE
bm k Hi use with 11 r<*? :i,-, t>?tli and all modern
luitroiemeuta. hue sitnati-JU uli't lu ''al order: key
at 033 . $4 .'.50. B. M. W AKN Eli ? Co.. lllti F at. n.
W. IXHU*
Rl*f A DELIOHTFTI. N-ROOM HOLSlf;
13th st. near Iowa Cuvle. ^4'L'iO: same wltli
?Ut>ie. $5o. Nue 'i n>-m Hi iise. ^oeal ueiifhts,rhood
northwe-.t. $13. Deslrabi<* lo-r-iajtu * 'orri.-r L>w? laua'
nortnwest. iheap. ALlliLD H. LEE K SON.
tV3-Uf Coot. 14th at. and lihodc liUmiava
DW REST (til* lTMl 8 E 8-ROOM BBICK;
r inval. 111.pa.. a|.ieii'3d reti^ir; one block Ironi ave..
tw< > from Eaat Ca|>itol at.; $25. Owner. H. S W'AL
TFK. MOMOeoryla ave. a f. f-'3-3t'
1J0B BENT-V05 3D ST. sTe. ; 5 BOOMsT LAlwGi:
I . yard; $7 larr mwnlli.
BEALL. BROWN h CO.
_ ttS-M 1321 1st.
1J*OB REST?1V01* 1 HT.. 3 STORY AND BA.-.E
ment, W rooms and bath: \rri desirable: *55.
ORAHAM ft BOLTON.
fl2-lui A'lautic L.uldinir, )>30 1 st.
V-ViR RENT 4.W~ H ST. N wi. l.LEVEN HuoMS,
beanie two bath room*, all mod. impa.; in thor
a?ahr?iiir. k>-y at $32. 121-31'
V;oli RENT?1731 F ST.. lo~BoolfS; HEA1ED
A by {itrna.*; newly papered and in perlevl order.
$4"? per muuth.
?21 3t STEKiEl". ? L1EHERMANN. 1303F.
I JO* RENT - MO? S ?T. S.W.. CENTRAL AND
con^enleut: dwelling la brick. ha? Orooiua; ess
anil wafer; only $20. W. C. DVYALL.
f.'l-it !?25 F at. B.W.
2" Nop. RENT"512*4_7TH ST. 8.W.; MODERN
. bock Dwelling, bay window T rooms: ball.rautre,
A ami cold water, am! all modern improvement*.
also 'arwr yard to wide alley, only $22.50. H. C. ,
Dl'VALL. 025 Fat n.w. f.'l 5t i
J L'OB RENT 222 D NW.. !<K.. M I. H LAI F.l>
? by steau.. $30. 2010 H n. w . !'r , m. 1. $30. 030
Oih n e . 7r., m.L. larye yanl. $20. 51rt lothi w?
or.: $10 50. C. H KNloHT.
f?21-3t* 007 7th n.w.
B RENT ? HOVSEK^l 2Vti M.tS-aACHl dETTS
av?. n.w . ten i-a>ma. mod. iiups . newly rej-aired
acd in woial aai.itary >011.1111011; low lo a private
tamlly_ Key at 1230 Vasai^hiiaetts ave. T21 -3t*
1X)R RENT?D1 "IH.lbl.l ?. k<x>M Llili k. ALL
inod..imp?. s- uth front, larr- room*, on liueof
ears. 425 P st. n.w . pnee ouly $25 per month. A. S.
i %YWOOD.?:i3 Oth at. 121.3f
I^OR KENT-HANI SOME NEW HOlSE_7ROOMS
and bath with allm.-leru convenience.. north
west. $2.5 par month, o-'oom house on Maryland
ave. n.a.. $13. HABDlNti ? WATERS. tSOO 11th at.
u.w. I21-3t
V.X>R KENT FVRNLSHED-HkNDSOMELY Fl'R
ma Ileal house 12 faahioiiabl. lis alitv. lor three
UK.iith>. B. H. BOBF.ltr>OS.
gl^H* 1515 H at aw.
I- SOR BENT ? CONV?ariE.NTLY L?X'4TED 12
ra>n: brti-k Dwelllua-. m rthweat aeetioii, at re
?iared rent. TILER * RL'TUrJU'oRD. 14o7 F at.
t?._ 111-lSt*
TX)K REST?SISF-ROOM BRICK HOI -.1 WITH
.T modern ImproTemeuts, 1521 12th st. n.w ; rent
rvasonaUa to a ?ood tenant. Apply to JOHN F.
GREEN, 1410 Q st. n.w. ni-lB* v
/
FOK RENT?HOUSES.
IattR REXT ?TWO 3-STORY BRICK HOUSES,
'211:5 ami -.'i t; i -t. 11. w.: * water, sra*,
l?tr<bea,aud lanre yard*. I<R. REYBI. RK, 2129 J
,t u.?? wr WLSlOii ? fciLCOX. lOOi t*. ?ve.
u.* _ *21 8t _
Ivol; KEN1 3315. :tti7. and 3310 X ST. S.W,
;i-st< rv 1 O-roont bnck?.all in. i., $?*?> 13 -H J4tu
?t. n.w., i2-rooin brick. m. i? ?30. 1741 N.l.ave.
n.w.. larw double bn< k, *m an entirely or in ?P^rt
hicds* fur oAcet, lie. btabies cor N. Y. ave. and lbtn
stresi u. w. G. C. PAYXF t CO..
fe21-3t* t>13 loth afreet.
y Vur/iu* 7H.10r..*100 902-34 ?5tb?t., 6r $15..50
1410 "oxb Ht.. IOr.m.1. *5 17 :5 t *t.. tJr.. } - !
213UPm. ave., 10r...00.oo 1340 28th st.tir
1226 i'ith st. lOr...55.07 1057 Jeff. ave.. flr....lo.JO
1 ?65:: l?-t st_ Sir &S.1203 atlh st ..? "..14. 30
804 21"t. lOr.. iu.t...'45.50 Real 1130 20th. or..l^-oO
174". l --.t.. lorjai.3s.i,o 823 23d st., or.. ? !??
H127-212H K st? Slr.37.ftO 2'."24 Va. aye., or....1*,oO
80*2 1 ?t ?t.. lT..iu.i .::.> f?o 2025 1 ?t.. or........ -l~.oo
!>U723d at.. Sr..m.i 35.50 4<*4 Kst. n.e., br 1*
1345 \VallacK. . r 35.30 12704-6 K ?t.. Or. 1;?
221i > at., sr. ui. 1. .!?> >o 111'.' sit.1'..Or 1~
2721 X I-7..11. l 30.50 1H'4 X. Y. ave_.4r U
-t..M .in.,-. i7 2;.2oth*t...>r ...|
211. >1 nj...'.'7.50 2427 r ?t? or., w ? |l.-?0
1521 1-.. e. Or.. ui.i.25.50 ??:?<) 1:iu at ,or lo.oo
?.4:. 1 h ai. 7r,. iu.1. .25.45 i 260 23d at..or....... IO.oO
1 128 J Oth at.. I r 511 ? tic.1* court,or? JO
lin. 2 t'orn av,.. Or. .25.30 1 i:(4 Hith at. or lo
10i8 \0th st.. lir.jn.i.. .25 '.'<>17 N Y. ave.. or lo
14-1 ? st.. 7r.. ni.:..2350 .V.,!>24iii *t.. or 1 |
1 . 7r.. t.i ?'<? -Wh ?'?. i>r ? J"
l:;iO ?iluli ?;..7r 2i .i.iO'-f >?!? jt,..>r. ? ? >
117-1II :;utu*t..i i,i i.r 1 ?' j ?>'. '
(??i , u -i ir.. n. i.*#.?v-.. {
1 >.? -i.1 lerr?rf.4r..?}.;??
; M5 Dr.. in -'1 2111 X. Y.?vv...?r... T.JO
1(,-J4 >!trt?.u 20.50
SHIS ?: .. -t.. <>r -*| .-<? SJAtl.FS.
r.-.5:;i>th ? r. -o '?> Rear 24Co 1*8. *i"
141 :> ?r.-r ,in.1.20.40
2:<V ; I -? . Iir . .U.1...20 .... STOMA
? .17 . >: ...r IN.SA HCOI8U1 ??. c?r... ; 50
!?14'vlW y?t .?ir.iii.i 17 a.". I4".i 1'.. ?ve.....
?j41. "r........ 115."ItI lSio l llHlilt.,.if t 8.....J J
1> ru lull Jut n.'lly ta \\ tSCOT i fc ILCOX.
l!'07 J*- avu. U-W._ j
1" ,'iV:1lliii|Isr.,l)r.t';6 ?'.(> lr.th Kt..Pr *28.^0 i
?_i i-.'<; 't si, T.'r 55 >.5 lie*. i> M. u.e., i r...-lK-.O j
603H*tji.e^7r .... 1.<.5"< vo?a ?t.>r l^ - 'J ;
Huron ?t? XitiiclifciiIIil, biiop a?>
OiJO. *. T.IXK158.
19-Cw 11'tl: Mii'i 11 nts. n.w. 1
K0"i;E>cirrRNI9HrnHorsr^.
^0 low* Circle, 'Aiirfcli. liiw- staolo in
rear ' ?
14114 stouirlito.: St.. :J--<torjr !?:??? ?s?d ?tone.l?ri>,
all. m i ? ?" ?? ?? uu i
1 -44?t; Mou^hton ?t.f 3-ntorj brick ami utoue. Ur*. >
all m i ? ;;? ?? uo
1408 Ston^bton brie*. uii?i stone,
j;"! a: i CO l
1430 Slotitfhiv.*! s;.. :*-*tory l?nu ?utl ulow, 9rx. I
all biJ W!
1 4l-? Htontrhton s: , It--ton l?r.cc ami stonf, !?rs.
ail nu....l ^
91S* 1'?i.,5rs.,over^ater,jthm,&c i?>
S?ll 11 St., 3?ti.r) I.rtok, i???. :tllm.i 40
KTHXlUHEU Hut bUH. i
20 Iow? Ciri'lr. :>*torj' l:!r.. htalinl by
fnrcaco. newly )?iH.rnl with l -i; < r 11 matrb _
tuniitui* ? 1 ? !
sTi >11 r. 4.
480 P?. ave.. 3-.<tury bruk. :irn., 25xSK) each to
&lie> 14.? |
Nonbeast cur. ot ro!uit)bia alid Puts -J |
^llxl M st.v store ami awei?im?r? new i>0 ?
orrur.H.
F *t. n.w., :tr?. on :'.'t floor 40 j
:\r+. on 4th t1i?or j??_?
Iir?*. on 5th ilcK^r U5
STABLES.
In rear of 1301 K st., 5 or <\ stall*. lanr?' carriag-e
room, coachnian'H room, Arc., corner of alley ami
M." M." PAKKEU.
flft-l'-H 1418 *'at.
F'Ol: RKXT?KOl'SK 1?II5 5TH ST. X. \V.. .7 !
ruoni* and botli. all iui-d. imiw.; itcxhI rejKiir . rent.
*?-'0. HERKOX 4: KAMEV, 1307 r at n u. ft !?-ut
I?)K
' :?.52 l;st. n. w.. fur.. 3112 O ?t. a.w.. 14r ?35
l:ir? *S0 s :7 st. ii l>r.32..?0
1337 Lat. n. w.,10r...75 2142 I ft. n.w.. t?r 30
"11 \ at. a. e.. 13r 75 1114 Md. ave. g w..l-lr..!0
174'.' 1st. n. w.. 12r?7' Ten! yt..wn road. 8r....2.>
17:t8 fht. n.w , llr 70 l>'.'5 I -t. n.w.. .r . 20 ..SI
71t?Mh at. n.w., l;?r. ..05 1402 V at. n.w.. t?r..20..|0
?-031 1 st. n.w.. 14r f.o 121030th ?t. li. w.. 13r.2'0
51 1 I ?t.n.w. 10r 50 1517 10th at. n.w., Or...20
11134 Corcoran st? 13r.50 .". 1 V? N. ? '!>? at.. Or......20
'.'S'.'O 1'at. n.w . lOr... -#<? 1*.?12 X. H.ave._6r..l?.3?
2d floor. 12th S L a.w. .:0 410 H at. n. w .. ..r_, .. 18
2"5 Ind av? . S'r 50 1527 ->tli st. u.w.,.>r ? IS
17:11 1 SJtli at.u.w . Km. Hi .O' ll iitli ?t. n.w.. tir. 18
?_'ti? Dft n.w.. 1 Or..40.50 1S.08X. II. ave. u.w..ttr.l8
3M at n w.llr .. 4" 151>elie?sat. Or lo.40
174C N. Y. ave.. 12r . .35
STi ili KS, ol IICLS, &C.
tlrre and dw'ntr 1702 , . _ _ .
1h a\e.. lor + 1.100 S!r romn 10-' C. st.n.w.l.i
Str. room 1 43 la. av. n. stable rear 1410 Kp.w .lo
w .200 i?l5 , :h at. n.w? r.4s6.1o
gt ?r^ 'ind 'iiw'nj,- Sin store and dwV llttli and
Sith st. n.w ,7r... .02.50 RM'y st- n.w.. .Sr. .12
Str. rai. and lr. 2d floor 401 ituat.,lat ri.,r.2..10
501 7that.s.w .40 Stable riur 513 11th at.
St. re ami r.-llar 2120 n w... 0
14th at. n.w 35.50 Cellar l.?4.? M at. n. w i
1 be above la only a r<;ri;o!i of ti;e property on iny
bc. ks. tor fnll Uat rail at ot?< for bu:i.-tin issued on
tl.e lat ai'd 15th. tf 1'> 1 THUS. E. \t AtrtiAMAX.
J-OK RKXT- -f-.O I'M: MONTH, 1005 S ST. X.
^ h ( aevrn-rooni, lu)-window- l?ri?'k II..uat*; litjrili.'a
wlthi i one Mjuar.'. Apply at AiuKIOX S Paint Store,
corner 1-ltl: uuit S sta I'.w. ll'.-l'-t1
J.-OR UST-ClrCUinHD
Vtsh. Cir.. 12 r* #?;."> Vt. ave. andl*n.w.. Or. ..30
mh v -t s.e.. in- ;o sub st. a e . or.*v2;
?,til la I ave. n.e . 1 lr . .'.it S ti3 I t. n.?.. Sr.. '.'0.411
Mt.5 V at. n.w.. ltT. 55 liyattsville 10iatJ"-O|
j: Cort-oraii at,.13r..45 1 }>20at. n.w lv.so ;
L7 IM. n.? ., l'-r. 5o 1 i ion st. a. w. Or 1 "-.3i? I
?ill *t.n.w.. sr 57.5n I l'.on 11. ? . or...8..iO ;
< -n \ H.av.n.w..S<r :,5 ?)f.:<:e r?. 70.jSthat.ti.w.V..i
* >ili tj s; u w sir ...3.> Ofbce rt. 130, 1 at.li.W.2j
HllNISHID. |
Crac. ave.. let. P. :.i ti s. ^r.. p.r year fH.jjOO (
\t.iU.l*i. I and L. l.>r., atanle, jtr year 3,000 .
Sui.'Urlai 0 l'late n v... 1 ir.. l er inontli.. l->0 j
K ?t_bet. bth and 10th, 12r..i>. run ntii ?U
'iYEER i llL'l 11K1.Kil;D,
Jal'.i-tof?5* 1307 1 at. n.w.
lyili REXT vToi.J tJ ST AND 201'i HIl.LM.li
I* Place; ?> rooma. ct-lHr, t^tli, iiatr.nea. furrve;
liauds..uieU f.aiaii*-.l u> bartl wo.,d. 11. ill-'HAN\N.
lliet'l.ren.loo. 14ul New York av.-. _ 18-eol2t
1'C'h REST? i427 N. I. av.n.w..0r..J30
'?37 1a.ave. a. e ??0 1425 X.J. HV..0r.. 2i ->0
Hi VII 15th st n w.. 14r.. I 14-3 N.J. a v.. iir.. ni.l. .'.'.>
400 Oat. n. w..tir 30 03. Pa. ave. a.e..2d It r. .0
1405Col. at i.w .tir.25.4Ht>3'.i l'n. ?ve. s.e., or. . .. 20 .
What n.e..,Or..2'J.iO 821 12th ?t.n.e...?r 12 |
1035 nth at. n e , 0r.22.-Vi l'JIO Wylie n.e,. or. I'.oO |
lli'JS#Oth at. n. e.,Or.....20 137315 y. at.n.e..or S
1031 ?ith at. n.e.. Or. . ..20 1 375Rdy. at. n e^.>r S >
in;u Uth ?t. n t ,tr. .20 l'l. 7 Btly.at. n.e.. or S j
:,V2 U at. a.e.. Or ... 10.3O 0 Oreen'a ::Rry. 4r 9
3* ? I ti at s.e.Or |ii.:?i '.'014 Hutton c't n.w.. !t I
4?.L?t n w .Or 15.30 1330 Yiiller'a c't? < , or.. i
3:.I! Oth s.e.. 5r 15.30 Piers Ct. * v.. 3r 3 oO
II2-1 111 SWOKMS'lEU'l \ UP U>ELY.H27 I n.w.
1~ydK~kr.XT?UOl'SE 1003 XEVV JERSEY AVE. !
* s.e.. very cheap. Apply to SIR.tSBlKOl.U ^
SOX, 1112 P at. n.w. Ja.ll-lui
t^C>li RENT?1513 O ST. N.W.; OX MOST FAVOR,
able terms; it-*1". i uperetl ami itecorated Alply
to PEALL. HHt>\VN X CO., 1321 Pat. tl4-lin
1. OR RPN i?HANDSoMi: NEW B\Y-WIN'rK>W
ht.use, 10 rooms antl barli; ell conveuieuctta: 13'.'S
S>tli at. n.w.; dealtwble Ut i^Lbvri: < ?!. Rent Sor pri
vate talii.lv. $45 p,r in.. Ii:.|ui; of IRANK T.
B&OWXIXU.owner. 410 5th >1 n.w. ^i5-";m
1b;OR REXT?BY R. "o llOi.TZMAX. REAL Es
tate and Insurance Rroker. H.tL ai.tl 1' ?t?. u. ??
HOI
larierre Hotel, 10tl? 2015 X at. ?.w? Sr . ?40
iLd E ?fa. n.w., 48r.. _ Sil3>i I. u.w.Wr *0
luial. mi; a jj-50 123C at. a.e., 8r 3?>
1734 K at li.w.. 1 or .. 125 '-"J 10 llat. ji.v,., ; r .311
lhlTiX at. U.W.. 1 ?r. S?5 7n'.l 7th st. a w.,5r .a'e. .28
ft 15 Fat. n.w . i4r. S3.3;? 717 llth at.n.w.. 7r. 25
812 F at, 8r. and atore..80 1H17 lt;tl; si.n.v... Or.. .*'5
lf:'i I st. a w.. l!4r. 75 1253 n st. n.e., 7r. .20.50
1232 14th at. n.w., 10r..tiO 0-3 4V, at. a.?.. Or In
184111 at., 10r ..w 020 lJ at ii.w?3r ..-lure ..10
lbll X at. n.w.,)ir 5t> 1 4";0 P -. apt. av.. br.15.3il
301 X. Y.av?cor.3<l. 10r.5o :;u?i 1>--.t. s.e., tir ..... . 15
1 745 P at. n.w.. Iir... .45 5115 (?:li sr.e , 5r , stL. 15
515 Vd at. n.w . lOr . ..45 1701 ll?th at. n,w? 4r. .15
3113 X .t. a.w.. lor 35
il RNisHKIl HOl'SES.
P.near 1 Sth at., 13r..iJ5lM> p. I.ave.,i't. 10A17.9125
h Kt. 17thA 18th. 4iti.H0 1 t,.i:ear lS'b. llr . 1 00
t t i:ti ave , nesr N a:.. ,r.'5o 21'tit.bet. OanilR.. 1 l'r. llKi
l>.h.above K at.. 12r..l.ii> 115th,nearWn.w? llr...0."t
11, near 2lat at.. Sr...150
i >1 ncrs.
141 Fat..2.1 n?*?r. 5lrot.* .lull(list. n.w.. 2r ,%35
la.,heated byati-um. .#80 11101 bt.,4;h llt.or.3r.30
C41 }, IU Hour, 5 buit r*.. Kill i st? 2ti floor, ,r no
heated bv steam til) V e.? nr. 1 & F. lr. 5 to 12 )
N.e. cor. of 1 a. av. 4 12lli, 47O Iji. ave., from 10 to 20 i
I'Ai fl. or 100513 11that..2r 25 :
llevalt r?.ii.a in **stui 12 11 1'at. it.w., 2r 25
l.Cil(linir, 'treploof.2ele- 1211 Pat. n.w .3c 25 I
vatora. i.eatetl by st-:<ui, 513 11th at..3r 20 !
liou>430t? iti'O each. 40tll3Hat. n.w., bail ..20
1110 P at, odfloor, 3r. aU
STORES.
422 Sith at. li w *7 ". 4 2111 lb nt.B.w ?40
<11 li. O. hi'l.UMAN loth and P ata. n.w.
iJ*ORRl.Xl? lt?14 tiarioii at...+20.50 ;
181 tf Corcoran fit 15 lii-loi 8-1522 N.
154 l> 't. s.e . f.ne r< ? 4il Cap. at.t r .house..15 |
1534 P erce St., Or....38.50 H. L. RtH'i, 1 008 p at.
I^of." RENT - 121 III o ST. X. W.. TWELVE I
rooms antl l?th4completely fnrniahtal. by teaaon !
or year, only *12o iar i-.uHi. A.ao. tuoaa- two!
handsome new .t-atory and lK.-en.eat bricka. to -.aims '
ai.U Uitn. 1ti2V-2V'2'id at at the Kit* r'UT .jf |2 .5.
JolIX SliKRM IX it CO.. Mo, 1 at. .i4-3m
],?>?ill REXT?I'XFI RNISIII H
2 La;ontCircle, (il.,o lbt>o 15thst f55 ,
121? I st .. 11 li i 1228 1 at. u. e 20 !
1310 1Mb at 75 ,0r? I! at. 1. e '.tl I
71'2 10th at OlitHj 112 7th at s.e 18. VI
1314 lbtb at 83.33 171'.' 4th at. n.w. ... 10.00
141 2 X at.. 00 531 llthatu.e ll> '
144ti X at. t>'i 1^27 P at? oflke 12.OO
11 RNI-HED.
10th at j*3i .i M.neaf Cona. ave ...?150
Miaa.ive near 12th.. 2 >0 y .near 14111 i'(5 I
I i:i cat Cln le 250 l!.!as'. .li rLuiaintt'ir. 125
Uth -I , n,l.r 1 a. a\ ...1511 O. l:et. ltt'.i and 10th .120
LeSalea ?t. .182.50 15thamiV> loo
k. let. til al.ll lMii,17 "> 11 : i.isr i4tlt SO
111CH. IuX X lU't.WX,
Jal4 ' 1437 I'eiiu ave. n. w.
I~'*? mi N !" N u. I ml l&VB AN11 R sTs. X.w~
eleirant residence, IS rooms a: U stable, ail uiod.
tn:i s., xs-r y ear #1.4*8)
1110 ? at. a.*., twt.-a oiy brt 'k, 7 rootiu 22.50
113 L at. a.w., stc.ro. sir 17
823 I'ai at. sw .2-siorj brick, 7r lo
Lirye Mareht-nae and V. orkahop rear St. Joaeph's
Hall. 5lh and Hal- ii w water, iras 15
3 house-.? aim. 1 11111, 2-story brick, bet. 3d and
4th, A and B sta. n.e 13
tiEOROE E. EMMONS.
d27-3in I'liO F at.n.w.
IMiR llENT-CNPl RNISHI.U.
1214 Fat n.w ,23r 25o lsol V at. n.w.. Or #50
14(>b Maaa.ave u.w. I OO.Ot 1400 Chaplll st.,S>r 40
1428 Ma^s. ave., 14r..l5o 14ti8 t'hapin at,. Sir 40
1730 Alaaa. ave., 17r..l25 1370 B?t.a.w? llr 40
1 at. n.w., 12r . ,125 2-li|? 14th at.n.w.,1 Or..40
1125 10th *t.n.w.,15r. 115 1213 7tli at. n.w, str 35
1322 L St.n.w.. llr .. ion 13118 Sth st.n.w.. 7r 30
l"24Couc. ave., llr..100152420thrt.0.w.,8r 25
17b2 l a. ave , 10r. ,S*1.07 218 1st at. a.w.. Or 15
1728 1 at.n.w.lltra, .S3 1^12111 l-tst.sw.. Or 15
1800 14that n w, Strai.-I 222 lstst. ? w.,0r 15
store 83.33212 1*1 at. * w.. tir 1*,
101821 at at.u. w. 11 r83 33 H P.NTSIIPL
-<>27 Hlllyer ave.Sir....70 1 st, n'r 15th. 13r. .1.000
2023 o,t.n.w., 1 lr anu ll.l.av jir 17th,14r.41<( 07
stable 70 11 at., nr. 15th, 15r.... 4O0
1527 Oat n.w.,llr 701 at. nr 18th n.w... ,3833.1
81712th st. n w.llr .70 Muss.av ,nr.l8th,15r. .300
lt.24 15th*t.n w? 10r..05 ISitli at..i;r 1,2Or 3u0
3415 N at. n. w , llr l'.5 b~t? nr.'.'Oth. llr... 25o
151?? 20th at. c.w..lOr. 0*> 15It ami k ata.,10r 250
1337 R st. li.w . 8r. bOt'onit av., near R, 18r.250
^24 12th St. n.w? atore X at., nr. llith^ 13r 250
aiiil ilwvllintr 00 Mass ave .nr loth. 13r 250
2012 tl 1 li j er Place, Wr. .00 R. l. av.,nr. Scott Ctt
104t,i ''1st at. n.w., lor.t.o cle,14r 200
1448 X at. n.w? 1 Or . .55 K.l. av.. u'r 14th, 1 Ir.'.'OO
IStll X at. n.w.,8r 50Ct.nn.av.u'r P. llr 11 111. I >7*
1240 11th at n.w.,tir. . .V) o ?t. near 18th, lOr. .150
1858 17tlist n.w Or Still st, near 20th, llr..125
2H32 Hat. n w.. lOr . 45 l'.tth at, near X, lOr.,125
-410 14tli at.u.w., 1 (lr..45 X. near 14th.Sir 120
*420 14tfc at., 1 IT. .41.07 t) st., near 20th. 1 lr. .loo
'..-?ll 14th n.w., 1 Or 41.1,7 1! IHJ 10th at.n.w..7r 00
1538 l'lctce Pl?re. 10r..42 3.'>th al n.w.. llr 75
1702 R st n.w..lOr 40 15:ust,iie r N ha. . 75
The alaive houaca ran leeran it ed ly l*nnit troui
cvrt thee only. TUOjlAs J. Pisul R & Co..
Ja20 1324 F at. n. w.
FOR RENT-STABLES.
1>)K HENT-A LABOli IsRIi'K STABLFFOR
livery orotber txtwrpn CV,M and 23d and
f -ud G ?ti. n. w. J AS. II. MARR, ;>3t? F <t. liW
fl9-lwk*
FOR RENT?MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR KENT?A OOOD COW~qTvISO IT>WAKDB
of -J gallons rich tiillk, tor ber keep. BOX 49. Star
cfflc. It*
FJK RENT-TWO SADDLE HOB4E8, WITH SAD
Aie* an J bridle*, for the parade on Inauguration
day. ?H mud <10. 151..'East Capitol St. fel-8t*
BUSINESS CHANCES. '
???> n/Wk TO #5.000TO INVEST. WITH 8ER
vice*, insuccessful mining business by
exi eneneed go-a-head party. Best of reference* giveu
and required. Address, with particulara tu inaure
notice, hi CCESS, btar ojfice. lt#
PERSONS GOING OUT OF OFFICE UNDER
the new administration and others acquainted
with any sectionsof the south can fi^d pleasant, per
manent und profitable employment by calling on or
addressing N. A. DUNNING, 341 Penna. ave., Wash
inn ton, D. C. It*
1AM READY TO BUY OR 8ELL GRAPHOPHONE
6tock and f neumatic gun carriage.
Parties desiring to trade either way should make
prompt application.
FRANK H. PETiOUZC.
f?3-6t 1313 F street.
\m ;AME CHANCE?MOS. LEASE OF 3-STORY
brick factory andrr ?unds. Stock, tools ana ma
etdnery ior uu*ou-buiiding and ship-work; other bus
imss re:i*on ior wanting to sell. Inquire 51 11th
st. s.w. te>3-3t*
\V ANTED-CAPABLE MAN TO SUPERINTEND
? y wholesale department of largebuisiness in D. C.;
will maiiafre branch stores, finances, correspondence,
snippier and have charge of over $4,000 (wholesale)
worth -I iroods; must make $ 1,500 cash deposit (no
bond ?? arcepted); salary. $1,800; references. Address
H i BSTEB. B< x !;?, StationD,New fodu it*
L OP s ALE?AT A SACRIFICE, A N OLD KSTAB
> lisliedDrug Store, with excellent retail trade;
other business compels owner to sell at once. A. D K.,
Star office. fe23-3t
W v^ ' EI^-PAlPfNElt?A PRIVATE BANKING
? J house in this city desires, as an active partner, a
reliable Business Man. with about *'-'0.000, to suc
ceed a member ot the firm lately retired, the bank is
welj bud favorably known, doinga *aie and profitable
i i r1ii< ipallj : commeRiil dhcwtma; invest
ment perfectly secure; prolits good; only actual
m?<n??yed parties need address BANKERS, P. O. Box
^ti, Washington. D. C. f'Jl-lm 1
I^oli SALE ClilH'Kl.liV AND HOI SEFURNISlt
Ings Store; j*eB-eetsblished and good location:
l?u.*k of time t?- attend it cause of selling*; an enterpris
ing rer>i n can mak.; money by purchasing this place;
can be bought cheup, ::nd on easy terms to a reliable
party. Address W. W? 8tar office. 120 II
\\TANTED TOBn ^REI IIL BOOT AND SHOE
Tt I ; it i: t. t large, but established and paying;
nter it iti snrb; or would talcs partner a
; cuiiK man well acquainted with city trade. Address
Box 1. Melrose. Miuts. f'iO-Ot*
0 lioTEL KEEPERS.
TO LET, HIE PAVILION^ AT LAKE WINNIPI
SAl KEE, N. 11.
This celebrated Hotel, occupying one of the finest
locations on the Lake, and famous the world over as a
ph-a*unt and attractive summer home, to rent tor the
sesscu of 1SSW. Lawn nearly 4 acres, first-class stable,
boating, tisniug. coaching, etc. Accommodates 250
iruests. Firsts-lass opjH>rtunity for an energetic man.
The house is all famished. C. H. ROLLINS,
fe20-eol3t 221 Washington St., Boston, Mass.
1111.1:1 BY oil ER MY PRACTICE <>F MEDICINE
and (rood will for the sum of two thousand dollars
4$\?,OO0' cash, with the following article if desired,at
market value: <>ne new tamiiy carriage; -one new phy
sician's phfeton buggy; one new side-bar buggy; one
nearly new sido-b.sr buggy; one road cart, with one
double set ot carriage or buggy harness, two single
d tbres good Kofscs. flavins determined to Be-1
\ote the balance of my life to a special branch of my |
profession, it will nscessitats a change of location. (
Any iurther information may be obtained by address- j
iug me at my residence. Bright wood, D. C.
CHAS. G. STONE, II. D., Bright wood, D. C.
This oiler pood for 30 day a. Book account last year,
$&,560; cantikNi,|4,7flD. felO-Ot*
NEWSPAPERS" FOR SALE-BY w. J. MIZE &
Bros., Newspaper Brokers, 149 La Salle st., Chi
cago, 111. Write ior Descriptive List. flU-12t*
*?rpin VOBU) DO MOVE."?REMEMBER THE
1 "Terre*trial flock;"* RAMSAY has cut the
prices; watches cleaned, $1; first-class main-springs,
warranted one year. $1 ; all clock and Jewelry work at
the lowest prices in tho city; vse defy competition, j
r."M F -t. n.w. i i6-8m
" KLAHOMA GUIDE-BOOK AND MAP, CONTAIN^ !
in>r lull information as to the new territory, i
mailed to any address ou receipt of 50 cents.
TYLER CO.. Publishers,
fel-l-14t* 524 TVyardotte St.. Kansas City, Mo.
O
F( )R SALE-MISCELLANEOUS
1X)R SALE \ NICE LOT OF COUN1RY HORSES
ior sale at Undoes ^ Pres^rraves stales. ?.Mei-'ar
land*s oid stand), . *.si? M St., wi st Washington,D.C. I
Bnu' -'ies. carriages, staares and saddle horses always on !
hand for hire. Parties sent to Arlington and all points
around the District at reasonable rates.
Horses t:ih.eii at livery by the day or month.
1X>U MALE-15 SiTaRES BARK Of RXTURLiC I
1 Htotlt.
15 shares National Safe Deposit Stock.
I fV2*-4t FRANK H. PLLoUZE. 1313 F street.C
J>OR SALE-DKOXZE TURKEYS: CHOICE TOMS j
JT for stock prize birds; lOpoifculers; young, vigor
ous ni.d perfect b *; ut!- s ; <f.'? each. Address GEOlCGE
li. EN'S WORTH, Meridian Hill, b;jt. ltitli and 17th
sts. exv-!,d -<i. fi8-8t*
1" ;-Oii SALtPlHREE PIECES OF~BKD ROOM
Furniture', b.idstra'i. blaek walnut marble-top bu
reau i.ml '..adhsuuiit and woven wire springs. Call at I
oil: ; -t.n.\N. it*
1JOR S\LE BEAI TIFUL BUNTING FLAG, 5 hV
15 teet; but little used; price $8. 510 5th street
n.w. ' It*
I^VjK SALE-BY PARTY GOING INTO MOUB51NG, I
very tine new Full-Dress Coat and Vest, cheap;
black silk Dress, $1S; colored silk, ?8: Child's Dress,
if 4: Cani'-o Breastpin. .^4; other articles; also G?*iitle
laan's; Saddle and Cloth, $4; Carriage and Horse I
i et cheap. lioK 105,star office. ni3-2i*
1" . Ult >ALh-HLL D.TessTbIUM DC LOT H COAT I
and low-cut vest. go<^dasnew. Apply at O'Jti 3d |
st. n. w.
a. OR SALE?OX E OI iHF HANDSOMEST coN- !
1 ductor Mares in the country, bay, six years old, |
polled at.d gentle; suitable tor doctor or lady's use.
r or particular*address lostmaisK-r IRENE, Loudouu
Co., Va._
1X)B SALE?JUST ARRIVED -'5 HEAD OF ALL
kinds ot sound, young horses, suitable for all pur- !
poses; weight trom 1.0<X) to 1,500 lbs.; lair trial j
given; KatiMaction guaranteed; prices lrom $50.00 j
t?> g^oo.oo; in rear of or.' g llw. j. w. yai i s \
SO-.N. tX'J-'Jw
S.\Lt7^ZitOtKiiV^AND PROVISION ST(JRL
iu n. e. section of city; doing a first-<'la^s business; [
cheap for cash. Apply lor information at H17 3d st.
ikt alter 4 ik m. f?2-2t*
SAI.fc - A 1IXE BIDING ANlT bKIVlS.G
horse; young. ?ot?nd, gentle, aiid very strong;
price, 4 1 SO; weight about 1,050 pounds. Apply at
1105 11th st. n.w. RA-3t* i
If i ili sALL ENCYCl/jPtDIA BRITANNICaTStH
? ?.i*ii?n ( OUiplete. price, !*ttO. 1 year to pay for it
at .? per month; also 1 set ot Appletoh's American iu
at $^tf. Address B. L.. Star office. r,'i-^t"
I^uR SAI.K PAIR CLOSELY-MATCHED^SORREL
J torses. 5 and 0 years old, lull brothers, lf>)4 hands
l::gh, sound and fearless. pedigree given. W.E. GOOD
RICH, at Mawrath A: Ke^neily's Livery Stable, till
11th st. ril-3f
l< OR SALE-FROM VA.-HANDSOME HIX-YEAR
J old ii.are; fine roadster; scund an?l gentle; will
stand without hitchiisr. Apply HENRY DAVIS, Co
lumbia Stable^ rear 1 i 10 l4ih st. n. w. fli-W*
1,' )Il SALE-A W ELL BRED, FIVE-YEAR-OLD BAY
(??*hling, very handsome, xo.ti high, weighs 1,050
!*ouuds. A i?eriect harness and saddle horse; extra
knee actor and roadster, sound and gentle. Also sev- !
tr.-d English Ladies' Riding Saddles, slightly soiled.
Apply HAli&AV* Ai RIDI.str b'lABLE,
11^0 Vermont Court,
f21-0t Opposite Portland Flats. I
1" JOll SALE?FROM VIRGINI A. LAK<iE. STYLISH
bay horae; kind and gentle; 6130. Also, very
hunusoua' blooded ln?y and ladies' riding mare, at low
bjrur Cad at store tith and Boundary n.w, ftJl-Ht* I
IU iR s VL1 \ HANDSOME 1 RENCH BR<M'GHAM,
in line condition; i?l>o. Victoria, London make.
i>v>WNLi'S htal.les, L, between liith and 17th sts.
Ii w. rii-at
I^OR SALE?
stable property, centrally located, on r>n avenue,
under rental of $l,\i00 i?er annum; price ?M~.50o.
?I 1. Di?lti
tt(Wt 1304 F st. n.w. 1
1' yon SALE?A BEAUTIFUL ROSEWOOD CASE
Hj. * octave piano, iron frame, good tone, for ? 100.
P* Ell FEB A; CONL1FF,
'.'ru* 1 tilil 1 at. n. \t.
]^6k SAL1 . >1 rs i %B HARNESS, 1 HANSOM!
1 Coupeiet. Apply to BLN COOLLi, cor C and
Oth sta, U9-5t*
1^"nil's vi.l BED Fl 1THE1 S, NEW ANDCLE Uf,
i 5*. a pou d : pillow ?, b.?lsten s?:<i bedding roads
toor.t. r STANDARD FEATHER Dl'STi.ii CO.,
f 1 s-1 w ? tf^S H at. n.e.
y. II SALE-A VERY FINE STE1NWAH SQUARE
A tirand llano, nearly new; rtaby iised but about six
loouthe; handsome rosewood; curved leyra and lyre;
ant'i all in j-eri'-et coudition atc.l thorou'rh musical
order. Cost *050. Owner leaving for Europe and will
h' 1 ior one-hali to quick buyer. Uaudsomc cover
Hid stv ol and music goes with it.
Call at once at the
THE PIANO EXCHANGE,
New Ware rooms,
flti WIH ave.
>?R SALE - 5.000 YARDS STRAW MATTING
lrom tue government, 10c. per yard, at II.
BAl M'S, ^10 ithst. s.w. tel5-10t
! I. or iui
r MPECIAL!
! Actual bareiana in a number of slightly used llanos
I and Organs, in perfect order. Sold on if.> payments.
itt-ln i . < I. SM 1 1 11. 1 Pa. a\' .
]~X)B SALE?ESPE4 IM. BARGAINS FOR THIRT V
? lays to make room for Spring Stock: CoUpe
| Ro< Ka^a>w, 4Couj eiettos;also otherclo.se Carriages,
i Wagons of all st) les. Horse Blankets and Lap Robe*
at cost. W. F. GEtEK. New Y??rk Carriage and llar
! ness Repository, Mtf Pa. are. n.w. leu
I.^Olt sale?CYCIJJi'. 1;D1AS ; DON'T YOC WAM
one? standard and tae best; nmall monthly pay
! Mi-nts. ior lull particulars, apecimen p:i?reK, etc., ad
dress P. O. B?jx 300, city. le^3*toVuih
1"5or"SALE?SINGING BIRDS, BIRD~FOOD, AND
Cages, Gold-Fish, Aquariums, and lish Food,
l argest assortment in the city at ScHMlD'S Bird
Store, 12th st. X doors s jiith olPa. ave. d3-3m#
I'^UR SALE-ONE UPRIGHT PIANO, AT 12 PER
cent above cost. W e ofter one beautiful Upright.
| l oMsessing an excellent tone, resnousive toucn, and
having panels made of embosMnl bronze, giving the
: } iano a rich ap|>eai*ance. This instrument has also
iontinuous German silver hinges at top and bottom;
I sold in aujr other city for f42o; our price t:2U5~$10 |
cash and *10 |>er mouth, ll you want the best Piano
: xicjde in the world examine our Sohmer Pianos. We
; have spct lal bargains iu second-hand liauos.
11 LOU WOHCH & CO..
TtU xt ii.w.,
Sobuier 1 iauu Agents.
, Ttinlnir. IVMnn and Shipping. ol.'Oltn
J" >>U KAI.E?IMPt'hTEI> HABTZ MOOTAIN CA
i.arj liirdH. Qui' only ('.'.60, at tlitj Bird
bturv, ii:u <tli at. ii.w.
dai-.".iii* 8.H ARTBEECHT.
1' X>H SALE-PRICE LIST OF AMERICAN WIN EK
PrrOalluu. PerOallou.
Swt*t I'atawba. DOc. Zlnfandel Claret $1.00
h'A<*t AuKfUca $1.50 Bunmudy Claret 1.50
Hw??: Mu?-itei 1.50 Nortou', Va. Claret.. 1.50
! S<wt Malaga. 1.50 Hoi k 100
hwret 8hmrry 150 Cbaii!|>?iriie,<it*..iluz. 12.00
, bwett IVrt 1.50 Cbaiu|>a?air,piuta 1:1.00
r?rvlin) wiMa and iitnluUn at 'uu.lly low prum.
A???f lor tiie celebrated "TRIMBLE PC RE RVE
VU1BKIES."
H. A. HELIG80X,
IStb and Ptiiua avenue n.w.
Te'ephone. 114-5. _ _ _ nZ4-w*n,ftiu
I'OR 8ALK ? THE "OTTO" O&fl KNOINE HE
gulre, uo boiler: avoid, all expensive attendance,
no lo?-? ut liiue; no haiiJuuK oJ lueL Hend lorclrciuar
ana prio, list If. BALLAtlK Art. 731 7th st. uVJ
MONEY TO LOAN.
OO TO LOAN OS RKAL ESTATE
?5?UjVvv?eturtt> ln .um.tosuit at .r>S per
cent. FRANCIS HCFTY.
K3-3t i;$01 Fat. n.w.
M
13'J1 F?t. B.w. " to'23-at
Money to loan in sums of from $1,000 to
$'i.OOO on real ?tate. K. E. PA1KO. Attorney.
481.' Louisiana ?t?. ffc-liu
ONKY-TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OE FIRST
claaa security, ut lowwt rate, of Interest. uod?i*y
where the security is irood.
fill O. C GREEN. 30S 7th St. n.w.
TO LOAN?(25,000 AT &H PER CENT, IN SUMS
to ault, on real estate.
aWTNN NEWMAN ft CO.,
fl '>-3ra Rooms 13 ana 15. Atlantic BuiliUiig-.
Money to loan on real estate in any
sums. GWYNN NEWMAN ft CO..
ll.V3m Rooms 13 and 15, Atlautic Building.
Money to loan
in sums to suit
on approved real cstat- security.
B. H. WARNER ft CO..
fl3-lm SHt: F at. ii. w.
Money to loan at low rates on local
securities, listed and unlisted, and good col
lateral. bonds, stocks, etc.
feI'J-'-'w FRANK H. PELOUZE, 1313 F street.
?*ff\HE WASHINGTON CO-OPERATIVE LOAN
i COMPANY" lends notpart l>ut A1X the Money
needed to buy or build homos at low rates. New plan.
Payment* etiual to rent only. Gives deed at oace lor
property. Cunt-els debt in event of death. Beat plan
everdevised. Norisk Vatteter to borrower. Callor
send lor "Prospectus," to offices 14 and 10, Atlantic
liuildiu?. Il^-lm
ONEY TO LOAN
IN SUMS TO KUIT,
AT LOWEST RATES ON APPROVED REAL es
tate sicuruy.
fel'J-lm A. 1. COl'MBE. 1435 N. Y. ave^_
? ."JAil 81,000, $1,500, sli.liOU, *2..">6o
$3,OOH, *4.000. 45,000, ilO.oOO.
$-0,000. Money in hand to loan oi! improved real
estate ill D. C. Apply to GREEN ^ CUNNINGHAM,
14051 st. 17-lm*
The
i COLLM HI A NATIONAL BANK,
OF WASHING ION, 1>. C?
Oil F st. n. w?
Receives deposit', I <?ns Money, Issues Drafts. Trans
acts a General Laiikiutf Bu&iness. Intention central
and convenient F-street cars ami berdics run in IToiit4
ol our door; l?th-strcet cars run a lew rods ea?t of our ]
bii.idiw: 7ih-?trcet nud 1 It*.-jtreet ears only two
blocks away; 11-street and Pennsylvania ave. earsonly
three blocks away.
1!. H. WARNER, President.
A. T. Bid i ion, Vice-President
E. S. PARKER, Caaliier.
Directors: Chas. Bailey. Wm. K. Barker, A>x. r.
Britton, CUas. liuneunson. John ,Ioy IaIs*-!;, Albert
>. i'o::, John I'.. li'Tllll, 1 S' llJ. 1 Levhtoli, liuu-li Mc
* ullocb, Crosby S. Ne>es, M. M. 1 jrker,O. G. ??staples
Geo. Iruesdeli, lit nij L. Willard, B. 11. Warner.
ja31-3m
MONEY In HANK TO I.OAN IN HI MS TO SUIT
on approved real estate security. No delay in ue
KotiatiUK- Coiuiuission nominal. ALBERT t. FOX.
f-'O F st. n.w. JV-.'6-liu
fI O LOAN-AT 5 PER CENT-*A.OOOTO450,00%
X on city real estate. Smaller sums at ti per cent.
GEO. F. GRAHAM.
Ja*?6-lm* 1503 Pennsylxaniaare.
ONEY TO LOAN.
Lowest rates of interest.
ADDISON ft LARCOMBF,
1a 18-3ra* 1304 F at. n. w.
Money to loan on realestate at lowest
rates of interest; also on other approved county.
THUS. G. HENSEY ft CO., Bankers.
jsl4-3m 1300 F st. n.w.
K
EAJL ESTATE INVESTMENT
SAFE AS V. S. BONDS.
blX PER CENT, PAYABLE OUARTERLl
IN SUMS ijSlOO lO 41.000.
SMALL PREMIUM CHARuLD.
15,000?TO LOAN
4,000
3,000 ON REAL ESTATE.
?J.OOO
500 |J?81 THOS. E. W AGO A MAN.
31
r?^o LOAN
X *00.000 in sums to suit at 5 per cent.
4 :0,000 in sums to suit ut 0 percent.
On r-ul estate security.
Morttfayea and monthly notes secured on real estate
boutfht. BEALL, BliOW N & CO.,
Ja4-3m 1S?1 Fst.
ONEY TO LOAN
ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY.
liILL ft JOHNSTON.
,1a3-3m 1503 1-a. ave. n.w.
"11 ONEV~TO LOAN AT FIVE PErT'EN FoN AP
I proved Real Estate security. Larve amounts a
fcj-eialty. TYLER ft uUTHEllFORD.
diO-3ui* 1307 1'st. n.w.
Money to loan on approved real es^
late security.
JOHN SHERMAN ft CO., 1407.Fst.
Money advanced to bi y homes, or to
pay ofl iiiortv^'cs; Ioiik time and norisii. Mort
faKes canceled iu the event ol death- easy lnoutiily
1 aj meuts. a little more tliau rent will buy a Home,
t all tor circular and lull explanation
u"iM-3i!i' SMITH ft SIRB.VLD, 6!29 F st. n.w.
miONEY LOANED. IN SI MS TO si H. loli
^."3 10. 15 or ".0 jears. Easy ) aymelits. In th<i
? vent of death loan is canceled without further pay-1
lnent. and property turned over lreeot inctimlirauce.
'1 he J Ian ot tiie L'nitetl Swunty I-ile and '11 ust Co.,
< 1 lToladt lphia. is ti.t best t ver dt vised to euable par
ties to own their homes lor the ordinary cost of rent.
Call lor a cii-cular aim lull explanation.
v>'. Htm 1 li. s.Ml'i li \ -,u.N. As'euts, 1 '.'"J Fst.
If ONEY 'i'OLOAK
Ji IN SI .MS FROM *500 UPWARD,
AT THE LOWEST KA'iES OF IMtUESI
AND COMMISSION
ON
REAL ESTATE IN Tins DISTRICT.
1! O. liOLI /MAN,
an"C Corner 10;h and i sts. 11.nr.
Money*to i.oan
In sums to smt. at lowest rates on approved real
estate security. H'lCii. WX ft BROWN,
oVO _ 14-7 Fennsylvania ave.
Money to loan
at Low Est RATES OF INTEREST
ON REAL EST VIE SECURITY.
THOS. J. USHER ft CO..
se.*> 13-.'4 F st. n.w.
Money to loan on-real estate at low
est Rates.
WASll'N DANENHOWER,
apl?4 Successor to DANENHOWER ft SON. 1115 Fst.
LOST AND FO LT.\D.
LOST-THURSDAY Last. DARK WOOD ROSARY,
lieturn to 1713 I *t tor r* ward* It*
WILL THE 1'LKaSON WHO TOOkTTHROtGH
ft mistake, h luiye biut-k hut triiiiinfl with rluiiit'H,
from Mrs Jtu kaon'H, Tuesday, kiLdly returu tli?- naiae
\o 13%tf Mimnl avtBiMi vr: 3ft*
IOST ~ TnUHSDA V Al- TKHNOON, PROBABLY
J on 8th or 9tb vtreeis ?K?uthwe?t, u Memorandum
liook, coiitainm^ oiil> i ? und hilln; uume hrur.
Proper reward li letl ?.t 71 , Maraet 8ptM.
It MOT -DOG - RAYSD FROM 90S o ST. N.w.,
J small bU< k uud tun do*r. uiibwers to naiuv ot
Olover: tuo !> itom totih i>r<>iruaiii?r; haa on uickel
idated collar liiicd \v;th ltathfr; reward it returned to
lUlUPi.ave. l~'2'ZStm
HH1LK NAKINO CAtU ??.\ *1UI>VY,
JtVbruary 15, a l lack At>trakau Muff. Reward lor
wtwn <o the) ortlaad. r.-j St
JO? -MIGHT OF FlBKUAY 21. PUCUCT~BUOK
J contaiiiiii^ ti\e ? 1 lulls, tnrw* bliN, and
twoi>romi?Hor> notes, hch'Jired by deed of truM; one
lor $ 144, the oilier lor *50. I warn all i>eoi>le from
nctrotlatmtr tiitrn. h? uim j-o ketl>ook, U(>tes and
otner i>ai<ers: kee^? uione> and no questions a^keil.
CHAM. J. J- ANMMr,
lit Li and 11 fcts. n. w.
U8T-ON THE ^8THIN8T., B?TWK?X MOUNT
J lal>or Church and >1 oil liitrh st.. an imi>ori}?nt
leiitlon, sife'iied by Henry Tenley ana others. The
finder will router a ia\or by reiuruiutr the same to
\v ALT Kit BKOVS N. (ii-j Center Market, or to OFF I" T
li). >, w< -i WaahinKton. f'.'V
? US l - \> r.u N ks DAY K V EN IN OAT OH ]ltLl I *i:TT
JLi from National Theater, through Lalu>ette
bquart , ainall Diaiiioi.d l ai ring, sh tj e lualtese c ross.
>iiider promptly lewariied by tvUiruiutr it to 1 70i I
at. n.w. IF t>l?8t*
1 <)8T?FF?Blll AKY 17?BLACK AND WHITE
JIU a vie Hound Oyi?; had on collar and Mnall nickel
loc* ; aiihWers to nam<* ol 1- ie. In ward by retUi-nluK to
basemeLt liotel i^mrnam, e^r. 14iaan<i li ais.. i.r K.
1-. 1 A1 Nh. lluilfy'H X iload*. Va. l^'l-ot*
}>OA KDING.
C1LINTON HOUSE. JTH AND I STS. N. W.-LLE
j Kant accommodations lor any number; cei iral
l?x!atloii. fiW-Ot*
BOAKAI WAN 1 J i' IN 1 BIV Ai EI AM1LY Bi 111 '
spec table mechanic; lcrmanent ii suited. Ad
uresa, stuttD^'tt rms,ii.. btar oflw. t'. .1 *
V iS J ED KN4?\? i ili. CAS GET 1 M.
1 i l?>t b-jat-din thecttyi't wtti^. 1111 LIPS'. 10V1
]lth bi. n.w., and in very nicely lurimmed dinmy
room. llh-tji"
1> ALITMOKE.?
3 \ i?itor? troiu a distance can enfrape choice rooms
and conilortuble boaru at . t Madiaoii at., corner ht
Paul, one block from .Moiu'ii<.nt &oiiar?-; con\eiiient
to itrvet-cam and railroad atatioti; uue hour by rail
j: uiWaahlnyton. ia-lia'
QOO 14*111 s r. N.W.; FINE LOCATION; BO II -
tu suite or hin^ie; choice table. Mrs. J). 11.
bXu a8i >-? un*
fl^HE Willi., ...UtTH HI SLW BIGHT*
L f-'x-rs1 hoo.e; central to ail i cinisof interest; new
1 uiiiit are ; eicK*nt looms, villi board, $0 to : ;?er
day* Jfl to t i. 4. A. l?kV%Ii 1. i rop. jal l-Gm
NOTAiilES PUBUCT
ClOMMIoblONLlt Oi I?KKI?8 FOlt EVERY STATE
/ aliu 'lemioiy. Notary a^id t. ft. Coiiimissioiier,
J NO. E. LlALi., U .i a at. a. w in otLcv it a.ni.
lu 0 |ua ni7
AUCTION SALES.
T
llOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
CATALOGUE SALE OF A CHOICE AND EXQUISITE
COLLECTION
OF
JAPANESE PORCELAINS AND QUADRUPLE
SILVER PLATE.
THE PORCELAINS REPRESENT
SOME OF THE FINEST SPECIMENS IMPORTED,
AND
THE SILVER PLATE IS THE FINEST MADE IN
THIS COUNTRY, EMBRACING
SALVERS. ICE PITCHERS, TERRAPIN AND SOUP
TUREENS, BUTTER DISHES,
SINGLE AND DOl'BLE VEGETABLE DISHES.
FANCY CENTER PIECES.
HOT WATER AND TEA SETTLES.
CAKE BASKET8 AND FANCY ARTICLES.
To be Held it my auction-rooms oti WEDNESDAY
AND THURSDAY. FEBRUARY TWENTY-SEVEN
and TWENTY-EIGHT, at ELEVEN A. M. AND
THREE P. M. each day. The aula is i>oaltiye and
without reserve.
N. B.?Tlie collection will be on view MONDAY
and TUESDAY, !!5 and '.'tl, prior to aale.
THOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
P.?R gALE?NEAR STATIONS ON METHOPOLI
?au Branch; (rraiu, truit, .tock, lxjultr} , and
tlairj- (anua; S to 00(1 a?'re? Lou, cottatrea and couu
try homes. COOKE D. H'OKETT. Ua5F at. nao-3m
F?R SALE?1 Bo CHOICE SELECTIONS OF FARMS
AND HMALL COCNTRY HOMES, in Immediate
vicinity of V aohinirtou. finely a?lauted to FARMING.
TRUCKING, DAIRYING, or FRUIT GROWING. Call
or aeud lor new bulletin Just imtiod.
T. H. HYl'HERD * CO.. 1391 Fat.
COUNTRY HEAL ESTATE.
units from cm on Falls Church
?& I** month. T. H. SfPHLRD * CV>. 1321
**? ___ fe?t-2t
*W mU?* frem
?225verwl or luT subdivision. $200 and
fEoi^tinir?>n S"*1 9'1 ,mi1* from BoundarySt.,
?JrS irai lroadand outlet on turnpike lie* beau
i"dteJ lSSTSSJ? ?ceU?nt ^rximbouS. hMl
honae anWnTV? ?i ?T "^oh-ahsia, hennery, store
poai^e -Vdfooo *? "uinlu* water. station op
?nd0 4 m,l^?AntDM\CRE,8,4t M11U Station, on B.
oulvtltol^r^?1 ; Ur?r mAtu"ou ""J *?uads.
Ju^n^%0^^.?and "*htl'r lur residence or sab
*o u th "fr,iAd*J'nin? Arlington on the
wuin, ir ntinp oil two main roads iuiniMiiitplr ftn
l-n.e?0^ *jtller/urver ?' ^l01,nt Vernon sve ? uninter
rupted view of city and river and Maryland hills lor 10
Brt&V?.0WZ ?*" ?f "* ST- ^ W
.i^^,i^?.t:?,7r>~.room bo?M?. elegant new barn, and
will S ili,,lU,t?'.""U: running water and splendid
$2,500 VleW ofcltJ'411,1 Tenleytown heights.
mne3^m^i'.73',?om ',onie on Fall* chnrrh road, 2
rl v il iri j- v,?w- Easy terms; #750.
mimn?'?iw7? r i? fruit; 4-room house; 10
city * l .500 railroad station; 5 milea Iroiu
-4 ACRES, unimproved, on river bt-irbtn, between
$? 500 * Cliaiu bridges. 3 miles from the uty;
ai* ACRES in Falls Church villape. on W. 4 O. R R -
JtatiSiff??83a COttage' 8 *<*?"?: & minutes irvul
, x 200 OTHERS,
f.!"IiT.m>r some of the finest and best improved Farms
L. i"Vr> ,?<\ Frince Ueoiye's counties. Mary
land, and Alexandria and Fairfax counties. Virginia.
T. XI. SYl'HERD k CO..
f23,t 13?'l_Fst.
I^OR SALE - TWO DESIRABLE ACRE AND
half-acre lots, near Takoma Park, D C.
f. i-Jt LOUIS V. SHOEMAKER. If.'O Fst. n w.
IjVJR KALE?AT H YATTSVILLE?
Only ten minutn1 ride iroiu Waahint.'ton. on B.
and o. i weniv four trains daily. Commutation
rouu<l-tnp tare 10 cents
A liKEAT BARGAIN.
House of ten rioin*. pantry i!nd cellar, front and
*!?'"llus- shade trees, excellent water, with lot
i.H'x .b0 feet (.lit.OOO square feet). Situated only two
'i '" ;'11 r;;jlr .id station, I al?lic school and stores
1 lice *.3.000. lerms: cash (1.500, balauce i>er
luoutu. (i be ground aloue is worth more money )
v ^ A LAo.
New house of eigbt rooms, pantry, cellar, attic and
closets; iatrobe111ihall; with porches on all side* atid
convenient Imck buildings. stable; lot 1 OOiVOOfeet
twelve> minutes' walk from station; brick aud plank
walk all tue way. Price ?2,U00. Terms: $M)0 cash;
balance ift.iU per month.
n tj- . . Also,
w! J'?.-otV -'^pO feet '10.000 square feet).
Price Terms: $o0cash aud iflO monUilv.
apply to
RICHARD P. EVANS, Attorney at Law,
*~0 La. ave., opp. City Hall.
K(,!^Jt uN1Vr0tJ: KOOM C0TTAOE AT Wixl
f"l V ' (MonteUo). L. C. LOOM IS
mok sale-holse axd lot in hamiltojT
'-'" '?J center of town, brick dwelling. 0 acres of
land, stable, aprinif house, (rood orchard and small
I TOlla. for particulars address S. C. UOKE. f.'l-Ut*
WAHTyD-TO PURCHASE, COUNTRY PLACE,
? ? ai.Kjut ten acres, xrood Louse; fruit and water;
""i11- Metropolitan Branch
] relt rred. KLRAI^, fc?tar ottice.
K.?.w??EP~ON"*:.OK TUK BE8T TKCCK FARMS
A. on uic'suoro point, a comlortable new bouse, stabie
U liouae on i-rumiaes; 1317 Hth it. n.w.
V?ARMbFOBISALE OR EXCHANGE-TRACTSOF
<>?. .1 ?0.H*>0, i?04>, TOO. and l.TOOacres
iTT virtfi'ni xi i" v *>uu, i uii. and 1, < (?0 acres
in Vinriuia; Mary laud farm*. 40. Uo. 104^, 500,075
acren; will trade tor city prot>ertj' or irood western
lands. 1HOMAS A. Ml fcbtLL, &34 F .? Room 4
fe'-iO-l mo
I, OR EXCHANGE-VIRGINIA. FLORIDA. MIS
* 4l. ^ HKonsin lauds for encumbered proi?
f.vi i-1 ^4U*LlIltfton clty- THOMAS A. MITCHELL,
!U4 1 st- f^0-lmo
pK>U TKADE-UNINCrMBEHLD FAKMS IX VIR
J. iniiia and Maryland for encumbered property in
tu. i ?>.r:tA';!,IU.'m, rovt'11 or unimproved.
THOMAS A. Mi ll HELL, 1134Fat., Room 4. ft-t.'0-lm
Im SALE?AT Ulii ?< (KLAND.'ltROOKS STATION,
, "?'troi'olitaii Hrancli railroad, near Electric road;
oul) a snort distame from the city; several well
Jo, ..teil lots atonmiiul prices.
r.'0-lm tEDFi )RD W. WALKER. 100t5 F St.
SALE-SUMMIT HOTEL, GAH HLRSBURgT
Montgomery County Md.; thirty-ei#ht minutes
run iroiu \v u-lmifcrton: 13 trains each wayadaV- 40
rooms, two Ijath-rooms slid closets: hotel newly
painted and renovated last year: \i',i acresot beautiful
Kro\e, and nearly lu complete sets ot furniture, hot
I and cold water: outhouses for servants; Ma hie and
| carriage house. A. P. HILL k CO.. 1338 F st. fl0-Vw
INARMS FOli SALE IN THE DISTRICT, MARV
J land, \ irjr.nia, and other States, ( all for new Bul
letin McLACIiLEN, BATCUELDEH k CO..
tj-lm 1215 F st. n.w.
F'?R, sale >hmkhi, belvoir m\nor. fur:
milled. <,ne hour by rail to Baltimore or Wathiuir
tou; alia acres Address OW Ni.lt, 1310 Mas*. a\e.
Ja7-2m*
ART NOTEs
The members of the Art Students League
have issued invitations for a reception and ex
hibition at tbeir rooms in Tlie t>un building
next Monday evening.
? Mr. Rnger Donobo, formerly of tbia citr.
is one ?if the American artists who will be rep
resented by a painting in the American section
of tine arts in the coming Paris universal ex
hibition.
Miss Ada L. Townsend has had on view at
1208 I- street, during the week, acopy, in cravon,
of tho "Charlotte Corday" in the Corcoran Gal
'O which much of the spirit of the original
is preserved.
? Cabanel. who recently died in Paris, was
another illustration of the saying that the tield
of art bears rich fruit, sometimes, as well us
roses nnd thorns. He left a fortune estimated
at over fclOO.OOO.
? Mrs. John Crosby Brown, of New York,
has presented to the Metropolitan Museum of
Art of that city her collection of musical in
struments. consisting of 266 pieces, some of
which are exceedingly rare.
? Mr. Dunbar's bust in marble of Mr. Cor
coran, executed on a commission from the
Corcoran Gallery, has been finished and is now
on view in the trustees' room, for approval, be
fore being permanently placed in that institu
tion.
? A life-like portrait of General Sheridan,
in oil. life size half length, by Mr. C. S. Hein.
is now 011 exhibition in one of the rooms of the
C orcoran^ Gallery. It has been approved bv
the family of the gallant soldier, and attracts
much attention from visitors.
?Mr. A. G. Heaton returned this week from
Richmond, where he went to finish a portrait,
commenced some time since, of the late Mrs.
Thomas Nelson Page. The sudden death of
Mrs. Page n couple of mouths ago made the
task a somewhat difficult one. but Mr. Heaton
happily succeeded in securing a likene-s that
gives entire satisfaction to the relatives and
friends of the subject. At the same time the
artist made a sketch portrait for himself of Mr
Page.
? Advices lately received from the gentle
man engaged in collecting paintings for the
loan exhibition by American artists soon to be
given in this citv are of the most favorable
character. Already he has secured a number
of the best examples by leading artists, and
' has the promise of several from tho gallerv of
| Mr. Thomas B. Clarke, of New York, who "un
1 jloubtedly possesses the largest and finest col
? lection of works by American artists in this
j country. Altogether the exhibition bids fair
to be an exceedingly interesting and attractive
j display in itself, and valuable as an illustration
of the progress being made bv the vouuger
j school of native artists.
The rule of the Corcoran Gallery which
j excludes any but original paintings from exhi
J bition therein has lately been so far relaxed as
| to permit a copy of Raphael's famous ??Si.itine
Madonna" in the Dresden Gallery to be placed
| oti view iu the west room for a limited period.
''litis copy, which is of the exact size of the
! original, was made in 1S52 bv a Miss Keiler.
and is claimed to be a most faithful reproduc
| tioti in every respect. Indeed, the rather fau
I ciful story is tola of it that at one time when
the original canvas was te.ken from the frame
, 1or some needed attention this couy was sub
. stituted for it and tor some time occupied the
, place of the great master's master-piece with
| out visitors to the gallerv being aware of the
I change. For this the writer cannot vouch: but
i to those who have never seen the original, and
are aware of the great qualities cluimed for it
the copy will likely be somewhat of a disap
pointment.-possibly because too much is ex
pected.
? Measured by purely commercial standards,
it is likely that the little paiuting by Meissonier,'
entitled "The Stirrup Cup," sold iu the Steb
bins collection, in New York, last week, brought
as high a figure- in proportion to size as any
picture ever sold in" this country, or perhaps in
any country. The price realized amounted to
about ?120 per square inch of canvas covered.
Another painting in the same collection bv the
same artist brought a much greater sum in the
aggregate, but not so large iu proportion to
size of canvas. The latter is entitled "The
I.ost Game." It is only lS.^xlO}^ in size, and
sold for %26.300. This is a large sum for so
small a picture, but it is reliablv stated that ita
late owner was offered *30.000"for it last sum
mer by parties from Paris, who desired to take
it back to that city. It would probably com
mand that amount or more there now. It was
painted at Meissonier's best period, some
tweutv years ago. and is doubtless a higher
example of his power as an artist than he can
produce at the present time, or ever. Be is
seventy-five years old, or thereabouts, and does
neither so much uor such good work as
formerly.
Wm. t Byan. who was arrested at the post
office in Syracuse, N. Y, for robbihg the mails
of letters, yesterday pleaded guilty. He is
nineteen years old.
THE FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.
What U Golan oa Among the Secret
SocMm.
? i ?
t?* ?Axyrrr or tbb mcsokic muim-Tit
OKDta 0? THE OOLBIX ClOM?III u o. *.
AXD Til PftorosID SI* M?1. _ ??..tyT
vuTiNua or Tiiioc* bodies.
Mod day. the 18th inst.. about thirty membm
of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite
from Pennsylvania, in the northern Masonic
jurisdiction, accompanied by ladies and a few
brethren from Baltimore. ea route to Cincin
nati to attend a meeting of the Grand Consis
tory of Ohio, were met at the Baltimore and
j Ohio depot at 11:30 a. m. by a committee of
brethren of the rite in thia city and conveyed
in carriages to the House of the Temple, 433
3d street northwest, where Charles E. Meyer,
33-, of Philadelphia, active member of the
snpreme council for the northern jurisdiction,
in his usual happy manner, presented the visi
tors to the grand commander for the southern
Masonic jurisdiction. General Albert Pike, who
welcomed them with words of < loqueurc and
love, and entertained them rovallv. Short ad
dresses were made by Dr. Anthony E. Stoeker,
33 . sovereign inspector general and deputv for
I ennsylvania; C. W. Bennett. S33, of this city,
and a general interchange of courtesies fol
lowed. The brethren were then driven to the
cathedral of the rite. 10(17 G street northwest,
and the ladies to the capitol. monument and
\\ bite House, and were presented to the lYesi
dent of the I nited State's, after whn h thev re
turned to 1007 G street and united with' the
brethren in inspecting the cathedral, during
J?)? tim? George W. Kendriek. jr.. 33-. of
i hiladelphia. gave a recitation, and Wm. B.
McKeller. 32J, of same city, presided at the
organ. After a pleasant season spent in the
cathedral room all repaired to the banquet
lia.l and partook of refreshments prepared for
the occasion. Toasts were responded to as fol
lows: ' The Graud Lodge of the District of
Columbia of F.A.A.M. and Symbolic Masonrv."
by Grand Master Harrison Dingmnn; ' The
<?rand Royal Arch Chapter of the District of
? olumbia and Capitular Masonrv." by M E
<?rand High Prk-st Robert Ball; Mithras lodge
of the Scottish Rite1." by Wm. Oscar Roome.
3J-. its venerable master, who. in appropriate
words w> lcom<-d the brethren; '-Washington
commandery. No. I. K. T.." bv Past Eminent
Commander C W. Bennett; "Templar and
ooottibli lute ana Masonry id general. bv Past
Grand Commander Dr. Anthony Stoker* illus
trious sovereign inspectar-general and deputv
for Pennsylvania; Dr. Henry N. Dunnell, 32 ,
illustrious commander-in-chief of Kevstone
consistory. Scranton. Pa.; Thomas Q. Loocker
man, venerable master of Orient lodge. George
town, and -The ladies," by Joseph C. Tavlor.
33', commander of Robert de Bruce council of
K. H.. this city. Sir John H. Olcott. 32-.
eminent commander of Washington commatid
cjy> ^?* I- ?f this city, performed the duties
of toustmaster in his usual happv and inimita
ble style.
At 2:30 p.m. the visitors were driven to the
Baltimore and Ohio depot, where they
boarded the train for Cincinnati. Bros* James
Luneburgh. 33-, and Wm. H. Douglas, 32 , of
tins city, accompanving them.
Tuesday evening" Mithras lodg* conferred
the S*th. 10th, 11th and 12th degrees of the rite
^{fjt brethren. and ou Thursday evening
tlie 13th degree on the same elaan
Wednesday evening Albert Pike eonsistorv
conferred the 31st degree on two brethren "
*nday afternoon at 3 o'clock a musicale and
reception was given by Mithras lodge to the B
B. and their friends.
Friday evening the Washington Masonic vet
eran association held its third annual meeting
and banquet in the eomniandery asylum. Ma
sonic temple, which was in every war a suc
cess The following were added to the roll of
membership; E. H. Chamberlin. A. W. Kellev,
t. S. Mctleary. Louis Kettler. T. F. Muguir'e.
John Hay ward. Edward M WW lis. J. F. Acker
Chas Freiruk. W. S. Anderson. Ge-.rg- W
Reordon. Geo. T. Cook, W. M. Lesh. John H.
-liils and A. H. Holt. The following-named
brethren wi re elected officers for the ensuing
jear: Jose M. iznaga. president: Noble I)
Earner, first vice-president: R. I;. Donaldsou.
second vice-president; L. G. Stephens, secre
tary; Jas p. Pearson, treasurer; Jas. H. Trim
ble and Je>s. Jouy. stewards.
Among the guests of the Association were the
following: Harrison Dingman. grand ma>ter of
the Grand Lodge of the Distrinct of Columbia:
I La!I; Kra?<l high priest of the Grand
Chapter of the District of Columbia: Wm R
Singleton, grand secretary of the grand lodge!
of the District of Colombia: Dr. Thos E Hateli
past grand high pri. st of New Hampshire; B.'
II. \\arner. M. D. Humes, of Laurel. Md.: Belli
Haines. Jolm Riley, David Flvnn. John T
Harvey, A. \S. I'entland. J. K. Robinson. E. C.
tlmore, U. T. Thompson. Goodwin V. Vtl.ec
and J. N Miuuix. After the association had
transacted the business of the evening, all re
paired to the banquet room and partook of the
excellent things which had been so bouutifullv
provided by the stewards.
President Yzuaga occupied the head of the
table and presided as toast-master. On his
right were seated Grand Master Harrison
Dingman. Grand High Priest Robert Bail
MasUT e- Chamberlin. and C
?. Bennett, worshipful master of Saint Johns'
Lodge No. 11, Ou his left. R H. Warner. Gen
eral urand High Priest Noble D. Lnrner
Grand Secretary Wm. R. Singleton and Past
Grand High Priest Dr. Thos. E. Hatch, of New
Hampshire.
The following-named members of the asso
ciation were preseut: J. M. \znaga, N. D
,r?.er;.S; Donaldson. C. W. Bennett. Sam
' M "?? {? W- I'-dmer. Wm. Brvan. Thos.
R. Turnbull. JA. C. Richards. Geo. W. Knox,
\?m. B. Powell. James P. Pearson. D. G
Dixon, S. H. Bacon. Chas. J. Watson. John M
Smith. S. H Robison. L. 11. McDade. John N\
walker. John (J. Lariuan, Samuel S. Bond,
Joseph Hamucher. W. S. Tappan. J. S. Tornlin
son. J. A. Gibba, H. Koppel, Wm. J. Sterling,
i Penfield. James K. Kerr. A. H. Holt.
James Hal ley, 8. John Thomson. Geo. L. Coli
sou. S. F. GUI. Jas. H. Trimble. James J.Hais
lett. P. E. Rodier. I,ouih Burgdorf. E. P. Vaux,
Robert V. Godman. Wm. Minnix, Isaac, s'
Gray. L. G. Stephens. E. H. Chamberlin. J. I"
B- Befoo, E. S. McClearv. Geo!
1. t ook. John Hayward. Wm. W. Lesh. Joseph
Jouv. J. II. Scliultz. Edward M. Willis. Chas
Jtreiruk. T. F. Maguire and W. S. Anderson.
Toasts were offered and responded to as fol
lotis:
The Graud Lodge of the District of Colum
bia. by Grand Master Harrison Dingman. Dur
ing his remarks he read the following:
?1U, "'""O.^liuarv tribute to Aium^u Mwnry,
that lift) -two of the Millers of the Ivelaratiou of Iu
dei>>-ude tiee out of the ntty-tive ueuid have formed a
loUto-, mid nil ot the majorvt iierai* m the eruiv of the
I.uti.ci uttv bonud by tb? tiijraUe tlr Ore was
exiielled troia the or?ler. but his lufiuiy and its iimi
sshiuent have iriveu more brilliant and pennsiient
Uithe virtiu-s uf the rest, l'he uuknown iriave
and the execrated memory of Beaediet Aruold ?-rv^
b> contrast to exalt to iiobler aud |r?ndi>r i:tn til,
1'Ure Manciiiio i>*trioiiiiiii or U+otye W astiiiiirtiiu.
llBO. 1'HAtICT M. Utl'fW.
The General Grand Chapter of the United
States, by Gt neral Grand High Priest Noble D.
Larner; the Grand Chapter of the District of
' Columbia, bv Graud High Priest Robert Ball,
i and kindred associations, by W. M? C. W.
| Bennett: lulaut Masons, ; t.. those not twentv
one years of age, bv B. H. Warner; the Grand
Chapter of New Hampshire, bv Past Grand
High Priest Thos. E. Hatch. M. L>.; the grand
; secretary of the Graud Lodge of the District of
! Columbia, by the Grand Secretary, Wm. R.
Singleton.
A vote of thanks was tendered the ste wards
for the acceptable manner in which thev '??'
provided for the pleasure of the brethereu.
A notable feature of the banquet was the
r.bseuee of all vinous, spiritous and fermented
hquors, aud the officers of the association are
to be congratulated upon their determination
in this respect, not to place temptation iu the
wav of uuv brother.
Work has been done during the week bv
Peutilpha, B. R. French and Washington
Centennial lodges.
Lafayette lodge is rapidlr increasing in
numbers, having so many applicants whom
they liud worthy that it becomes uecessarv to
hold special meetings, weeklv. to confer
degrees. They will hold a meeting this even
ing for that purpose.
Washington Commander, K. T.. No. 1 will
work the Red Cross Wednesday, 27.
The Independent Order of Mechanic*.
Columbia Lodge No. 1 held a very interesting
meeting at their hall, 7th and L streets north
west. on Tuesday evening last. The following
members were present: 8. M.. Geo. W. Berry;
W. M., Ed. H. Tompkins; J. M.. Milton W.'
Ptuger; R. 8., Han. E. Wearer; F. 8., Dan. G.
Eicbelherger; treaaurer. Wm L. Courtnev:
chaplain. Jno. H. Duvull; conductor. Otto
Schleuter; P. G. A.. Jos. 8. Martin: grand sec
retary. Ed. Bawsel; pant masters. B. Olive, A.
C. Winston. Wm. Palmer, Peter Hahn. and J.
M. Krous; master mechanics, J. W. Loveless.
H. W. Wenger, J. 8. Tayman, J. & Martin, jr..
K. E. Dorrah. and Wm. P. Knight; visitors.
Supreme Ruler J. M. Richards and Past Master
Welkerson, of Friendship lodge. No. 7. Brothers
J. W. Nolan. Geo. M. Pettit, and John Bellonev
were reported sick. The trustees submitted a
report of their last meeting. Brothers Palmer,
Weaver, Bawsel, Krous, and Eichelberger were
appointed a committee to revise and have
printed the by-laws of the lodge. Brother
Eiehelberger submitted some important amend
ments to the by-laws relative to the admission
fee and sick benefits, which will come up for
action March 19, 188#. The committee on the
case of Brother G. W. Purdy give notice that
they would report at the next meeting of the
lodge. Tuesday, February 26. lBttH.
Workmen are now digging out the founda
tion for the hall to be erected ?t til cm Mr tf
5tli and G meet*, which utobf umJ by the
Indep nd? tit Order of Mechanics. If
weather pror?? favorable it ts eipected tba*
tbe bmldiug will be read) for occupancy at aa
early date. .
At the regular wetfclv meeting of Anchor
lodge. No. p. Monday night, one member was
initiated and an application for membership ???
received. Grand Architect Thompson ?n4
Supreme Baler Richards wers among the trisrt
on at the meeting.
The Golden Ctom Note*.
The regular meeting of Meridian rommand
?ry.No. 178. United Order of the Golden Crosd,
was fully attended by the member* laat e* tun
ing. much interest being manifested in th?
exercises. Mr. John J. liar ley. Mr. Aaaph
Dodge, and Miss Fannie E Carter were duly
initiated into the degree* of the order, and ap
plication* were received from l> W. Houghto*
and Andrew J. Collier. Under the good of th?
order Mr. F. I. Willi* gave an original poem
which wa* heartily received. ?nd Jas. J. Brooks
?poke of mime of "the over-looked trait* in thd
character of George W ashington.
Meridian comm. ndery ha* now 100 member*,
with twelve pending application*.
Halcyon commandcry i* enjoying the luxury
of uew membership. baviug racently initiated
two candidate* and received application* front
?even other*.
Columbia commandcry, No. S74. haa tba
honer of having received' the largest numl>er
of application* at one time of any commander?
in th< city. At its meeting on Tuesday evon
iug there were twenty-three applicant* foe
membership.
The I". O. G. C. in thia city now number*
about WW. mid comprises seven subordinate
cotnmnuderie*.
The past year hr* been the moat aucce*afni
which the order ha* ever witnessed. no le*a
t th.iu Kitty new commauderies having been in
| atituted since January. 1887. Thu i* due
I largely to effort* w hich have been put forth by
i mean* of public meeting* where the principles
ol' the order hr.ve been set forth.
The Lesion of Honor.
At the seventh annual session of the Grand
Counc il. American Legion of Honor, of the Dis
trict of Columbia, the following officer* were
elected aud installed for th.> en-uing >ear: Win.
Thomas, grand commander; Win. T. L>< lliaon.
M. D.. vi-e-grand commander: F. K. Metcalf.
grand or-tor: Edward F. O'Brien iseventh el??c
tiout. grand secretary; John C. Yost, grand
treasurer: Wm. L. Cowan, grand guide; Clifton
Mavtteld. M. L>.. graml chaplain; Aaron Itruiin.
grand warden; Sebastian liuier. grand sentr> ;
E. M. Dawson, grand trustee for three year*;
John II. Mill", representative to the Supreme
council: W'iittun J. Newton, alternate.
The Lair Frank linden.
*Th? air i* ful! of fore*ell* to the d) .Liar.
Aud uiournliars fur the dead '
Every second of passing time carries a pass
ing soul to eternity. Yet. when an only son. a
young man - pure, tender, noble, generous, for
getful of self, devottd to others, and whose
w hole life has been full of labor and sell-denial ?
is suddeuly snat? hed away, in an lustant. "in
the twinkling of an eye," while iu full health
aud activity iu hi* path of duty, hi* swift
"taking off" aeem* to call for more than thu
passing sigh given to the ' in< vitabie." especi
ally when his tragic death is the culmination of
t a tragic, though d'.itious life. I rank Badch,
while still a ?>oy, bravely took upoii his own
young shoulders the care* and burdeus of ex
istence. more befitting strong manhood. Ho
became the staff and Iic1)m.t of his parent* and
young sister*. About this time. too. came the
tirst great catastrophe iu his youth. His one
boy lricud. his inseparable companion, his
"Jonathan."' his "Pythias." was drowned In?
j fore his eyes, without a possibility of rescue,
| being snatched beneath uii under current while
the two were out bathing, and whirled out of
I sight aud reach. This calamity darkened the
days of hi* youth for Tears, until the light of
Christian faith and the affection of a good and
lovely maiden, brightened Ins future with tho
i hope of happiucss. Vain hope for this world!
i For only a tew week* ago. aud when their mar
riage day was near, she wa* snatched from hint
| by h terrible accident?I cruel death by lire?
j the second great catastrophe of his life. In
I writing to a friend of this severe affliction ho
added patiently, aud it now seem* prupheti
] callv: "And now I wait for the jtsiug of tho
I curtain upon the next act" (catastrophe) "of
mv strange life. * * * It may be nivself.
for my duties are full of danger. ' And last
. Sunday, the 17th instant, he wa* thrown from
1 the platform of a rushing train of earn and in
stantly kiiled. So the curtain has risen, but on
j the scenes of another world lor him, and?let ns
hope?ou the vision of his l>eloved. They were
I uot long separated. Of them also it might bo
| truly said: "They wire lovely in life, and ut
| death they are not divided." E. D. E. V S.
As Assault rx a DisBErrrisLE Borne.?
Philip liarnes. alias Frank Conger, an intimate
friend of Annie Murphy, who keeps a house on
13th street, wa-* before Judge Miller to-day for
seriously assaulting Julia Newmau.au inmate
of the house. He assaulted the young woman
because she had some trouble with Annie.
Julia's eyes were terribly swollen and discol
ored. which she claimed wua done by the de
fendant kickiug her. 1 he house was raided the
; morning after the assault occurred, aud Annie
j paid tlj for keeping a bawdy bouse. The de
{ fendaut did uot deny the charge. but cluitned
' that he had been ou a spree aud did uot know
what really took place between them. A tine
of or sixty days was imposed.
The Coxgbfssional Texpkraxce Society.?
The Congressional temperance society held it*
tifty-third annual meeting yesterday, and
i elected the following officers for the ensuing
| year: President. Representative Nelson Ding
iey. jr.: vice-presidents. Senator Colquitt. Sen
ator Wilson, of Iowa; Senator DaWes. Repre
sentatives Stewart, of Georgia; O DonneII
Owen. J. D. Taylor, and R. J. Vance, and Mr.
W". F. Switzler: secretary. Rev. F. D. Power.
M abriage Licenses.?Marriage licenses have
been issued by the clerk of the court to Michael
Dunn and Bridget O'Connor; Christian A? rber
sold and Kate Egli; Frauk Hillery and Mar*
garet Egli.
The Ibl?h-Awebicax Cixb Bali..?The ball
and reception of the Irish-American club, at
National Rifles' armory on Wednesday evening
next, will l>e a complimentary affair tendered
by the members of the club to their friends.
The preliminary arrangements for the ball uro
nearly completed, and everything indicate*
that it will be a pleasant auccess. aud that the
attendance will be large. Admission will be bf
invitation only.
A Mmmoxaky Sociable.? An ?njoyable mis
sionary sociable was behl in the North Presby
terian church hist evening. The meeting was
i'resided over by the pastor, the Rev. C. B.
UinisJ.ll. After the usual reports the follow
ing oflicers were elected: Mrs. C. H. Carnng
tou, president; Mrs. Works, vice-president;
Miss Gertrude Joue*. secretary, and Miss Kate
1;. Macqueen. treasurer. A tract, entitled "A
Heavenly Minded Squash Vine." was read by
Miss Minnie Meyers; an address w as delivered by
Dr. Sheldon Jackson, and solos were sung by
the Misses Rockwell aud Ranisdell. Mr. Harry
Kimball presided at the organ. KefresJ^mcbta
| were served.
BOOKS OK THE WEEK.
SCIENTIFIC RELIGION: Higher Possibilities of
Life and Practice through Uie Operation of
Natural I'orx-es. By I.aI'KEm'K Olipiiakt.
With an Appendix by a Clergyman of the
Church of England. Authorized American
Edition. Buffalo. Charles A. M euborne. W ash
ington: Wm. Ballantyne ? Hon.
THE PLANTATION NEGRO AS A FREEMAN':
Observations on His Character, Condition, and
Prospects in Virginia. By Philit A. Hhcck.
[Questions of the Uay. No. I.VII.] New York:
l>. p. Putnam s Sons. Washington: Millet 4
Herbert.
THE DESPOT OF BROOMKEDGE COVE. By
Charles Eobckt i baiuhk'a. author of "In the
Clouds," "In the Tennessee Mountains," eMBt
eh'. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin ? Co. Wash
ington: Breutanos.
POLITICS AS A DCTY AND A CAREER. By
Blookfielu store v. (Question* of the Day.
No. LVIII.} New York: O. P. Putnam's Sena.
Washington. Miller A Herbert.
THE Hl'Gl ENOT LOVE Its. A Tale of the OU
Dominion. By C. P. L. Bi bcwik, A.B., C.?.,
A.M. Soc. C. ?. Richmond, Va.: C. P. E.
Burgwlu.
FRENCH TRAITS: An Esaay' In Comparative
Criticism. By W. C. Bkowkcll. New York;
Charles Scribner's Sons. Washington: Breu
tano's.
THE IMMORTAL; or. Ox* or th* ??Foutt." (lm
montl By alraosm OArnrr. lUustrated.
[i.lobe Library.! Chicago: Hand, McNaUg
Jt C o.
BROKEN LIVES. By Cnn F. McN'rrr. CUotf?
T. b. Denison.
They Newer Fall.
J. y. Harris.:? Pulton Market. X. T. City, says:
"I have been using Brandreth'a Pliis lor IM
last ten years. '1 bey are a wonderful nedtctnet
1 here is nothing equal to them as ISiood furthers
and Liver Kegulators. But 1 wish to state how
remarkably they cure rheumatism, and bow e?e
ily. I was affected by rheumatism of the legs.
My business wholesale fish dealer, aatorally loads ?
nie to damp places. 1 was so bad 1 could uot walk,
and at nurhi suffered fearfully: 1 tried balsams,
Sarsafiarillas and all kinds of tinctures, but they
did me no good, snd 1 was afraid of being a cripple.
I Anally commenced using BrandPeth* PlUa.
I took two every night for ten nights, ken 1
began to Improve. 1 continued taking >in
for forty days and I got entirely welL Now,
whenever sick, 1 take Brandretk's PUlk IMf
never faiL"

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