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SOCIAL MATTERS.
What Fashionable People Arc Doing?
Personal Notes.
The White House was open to callers upon
th* ladies of the President * family yesterday
afternoon. Mr*. Harrison. however. wa? un
able to be down stairs. aad Mr*. Scott-Lord.
Mr*. Harrison'* (iater, with Mr*. Ruaaeil H*r
rison. assisted bv Mtu Ada Murphy, law the
iisilora. Mr*. Harrison doe* not expect to
leave the city very *oon, bat hope* to recuper
ate in her family circle.
Viee-President Morton haa a second time
given ap hi* home for the purpose of an enter
taiuoieut for a charitable pttrpoee, and thus
delayed the beginning of work upon ita pro
posed repair* for another week. The Daisy
hain. an aaaociation of children who work for
the increase of the amunement fund of the
Children* hospital, will hold a bazar of fancy
article* on Saturday. April 0. from 3 to 7 in
tUe afternoon. The admission will be ten centa,
and the thing* hare been made by the children
who belong to the Daisy Chain. I-**t year an
amateur concert was given ?t Mrs. B. H.
Warder's house for the benefit of the
fund for buying toy* for the children
in the hospital. Mrs. Cabot I.odge is the chair
man of the committee, and her associates are
Mis? bayard. Mi?e Dahlgren. Mis* Dodge. Miss
Beckwith, Miss Burgess. Miss Sicard aud Mis*
Merrick. The officers of the chain are Lilian
Everett. president; ConsUnce Lodge, secre
tary. and Ellen Warder, treasurer.
Lieut, and Mr*. John F. Parker, the latter
being Mr*. Scott-Lord's daughter and niece of
the President, have goue to Piqua. Ohio, to
visit Lieut. Park? r'g parents. Lieut. Parker,
has recently returned from a three years'
cruise.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Beall, who have re
cently moved into their new house, Montrose,
?>U Georgetown Heights. 3053 U street, lust !
t-vening gave a large dinner party in honor of i
their guest. Miss Chandler, of Milwaukee. The \
others present were Mr. and Mrs, Russell Har- J
risen. Mr*. MiKee and Miss McKee, guest at the I
W lute House. Mr. and Mrs. Sevellon A. Brown, j
Mi. and Mr*, and Mis* 'Ihotnpsou. Miss Greer, I
Miss Poster. Miss Anna Wilson. Pr. Bntli. Mr. 1
ldding*. Mr. Norton. Mr. Fletcher, Mr. Bowers,
Mr. liarnett and Mr. Buff.
Mrs. C. A. Williams and Miss William* were
at home to caller* vestfrday afternoon. The
reception room was decked with a great profu
sion of Puritan rose*, lilies, and fragrant pink j
carnation*.
Mr*. W. A. Hammond ha* ont cards for a tea, |
given in honor of the il.rquse Lanza, on the
1st of April.
Mrs. Clarkson, wife of the new assistant
Postmaster-General. was making visits yester
day nfternoon. accompanied by Miss" Lucy
' orkhill. Mrs. Clarkson will soon be settled in
her m?w home. No. 1315 K street, when she wili j
take a day to *ee callers.
Mrs. and Miss Audenreid have returned from I
Philadelphia, where they attended the funeral j
of Mrs. Audenreid's brother.
Mr*. Matthew* ha* returned from the sad '
journey to Glendale. Ohio.
Miss Emily Orr, of Evansville, Ind., is visit
ing the family of CoL J. W. Foster. Miss
Eleanor Foster will accompany her guest home
when *he returns, and will spend the spring
with friends in Evansville and Indianapolis.
Senator and Mrs. McMillan have taken the
house built by the late M. W. Gault. on Ver
mont avenue, the first block out oT McPherson
?quart*. Senator McMillan has not purchased
the house, but has the privilege of doing so if
the place suits bis wishes.
Miss Ada Murphy, who is so well known in
the city and was with Mrs. Senator Sabin when
she was here, is in the city, the guest of Mrs.
George B. Williams. The many friends of Mrs.
kahili in this city will regret to'learn that *he
is in New York city under treatment for a pain
ful illness.
Mr*. James E. Campbell is in Hamilton, Ohio,
for a week's absence.
Mrs. J. C. Black left Washington yesterday
afternoon. In the confusion of packing many
cards left by friends wire misplaced, and she
was unable even to acknowledge their receipt.
She was obliged to depart without returning
courtesies.
Mis* Carrie V. Kidwell will be at home in
formally to receive her friend* at her residence.
WJ2 M street northwest, Tuesdars, the 2d and
!*th of April, previous to htr departure for
Europe April 1$.
Charles Kichards Dodge and wife sailed from
New York to-day. He goes as a technical ex
pert of the Pari* exhibition commission.
Li*uten<iut H. 8. Waring, U. 8. uavv and
family are at No. 3 B street northwest.
Mi?s Eva Mesener. of Snnbury. Pa., is visiting
frauds in this city at 625 E street northwest.
Mr. Walters again pay* the members of the
Art Students" League the compliment of open
lug his galleries for a day for their exclusive
l?nefit,?Tuesday, the 9th of April, being the
date fixed for the visit this season. These op
portunities are highly appreciated and are
greatly enjoyed, and there l* pretty certain to
)>e a large attendauce of those entitled to the
privilege.
The Unity club m?"t last night at the resi
dence of Mrs. I. Morrison. No. nil 13th street,
and enjoyed "an evening with Tom Moore."
The exercises were open. J with a piano duet
bv Miss Morrison and Mr. H. S. Zimmerman.
Mr. I?ominic I. Murphy gave an interesting
sketch of the hfe of Tom Moor..-, which was
disc js*ed by Mr. David Fitzgerald. Rev. E. C.
Town*, Mr. Chas. Davie*. Col. Switzler, and I.
R. Trembly. A duet on cornet and piano, by
Dr. and Mrs. Diefenderfer- a song, "Last Rose
of Summer." oy Miss Mollie Byrne; reading,
"Those Evening Bell*," by Prof. E. C. Town
send; piano solo, by Mrs. Addie P. Cruller;
song, "The harp of Tara," bv Mrs. J. Esputa
Dalv; song. "Oft in the Stilly Night," by Mr.
McFarlaud. with encore; and two trios, by Miss
B>ue. Mr. McFarlaud. aud Dr. Dalv. concluded
au evening of unusual literary and musical eu
jwyement.
Miss Pillsbury. of Baltimore, who has been
the guest of Miss Edna Tune, for the past two
weeks, left Yesterday morning for an extended
".rip through Georgia.
Mr*. Charles W. Johnson and her daughter
Alma, snd Miss Kauffmann went over to Prince
ton yesterday to be present at a theatrical rep
resentation to be given this evening by the
students in the university, in which some of the
Washington boys take a prominent part.
Mrs. K. W. Medarey, of Elizabeth, N. J., is
visiting Mrs. W. F. barker. 1405 ltth street n.w.
Mrs. George Martin and Sirs. Ross Thompson j
will receive with Mis* Thompson on Monday
next.
At the Travel club at the Strathmore Arm*
on Mouday evening Mr. W. A. Croffut will give
an hour's talk on "Ramble* and Zigzags," con
sisting of the interesting incidents of his ex
tensive goings about.
A pleasant <lan< lug party was given at the
residence of Maj. L. P. Williams, on Irving
street. la*t even in?, to celebrate the birtbdav
of Miss l.i22ie Williams.
Mrs. George Lothroo Bradley, who haa been
spoudiiig some week* in Philadelphia, has re
turned to her home in this city.
Ex-Secretary and Mrs. McCulloch and Mi*s
Mary McCullo- b will leave their Mcpherson
square home during next week for their coun
Irv place, near AveneL Mr. and Mr*. Yale,
who havs been visiting their parents, have re
turned to New York city, and Miss Field and ;
Miss Armas, who were also guesta of the house j
have goue to Deerfield. Mass Mrs. McCulloch
vs now at thr farm, whither she went to get rid
of a cold, aud she is now convalescent.
Mr. and Mrs. Letter, who have been in St
Augustine, Fla.. for some weeks past, have re
turned to the city.
Admiral and Mrs. and Mise Russell are back
from a long visit at Anuapolia.
Among the list of spring-time wedding* that
will be of interest here will be that of Dr.
Ewing who is the brother of Mr*. Senator
t ockrell. and Miss Leila Johnson, who is the
daughter of Mrs. Admiral Febiger. The
engagement of the pair has been very recently
announced to their friends.
Mr*. Judge Drake, Mrs. Westcott. Miss Wcet
eott. and Miss Cressou are at home to callers
ou Mondays.
Mrs. Endicott will be at home to callcr* on
Thursday of next week, and in a few day* after
that will complete her preparations for leaving
the city for Halem. Mass,
Mrs. Berry and the Misses Berry gave a
i harming reception on Thursday evening last
ui honor of the ex-Secretary and Mrs. Endi
eott.
Mrs. J. R. Eastman preeided at the Ladiee'
Historical society yeeterday morning. After
au appropriate introduction of the subject for
the morning?the character of the Greek*, as
developed by the environment, read by Mrs.
Eastman?Mrs. Cleveland Abbe read an origi
nal paper upon the Greek character. Mrs. Len
?tan followed and deecribed the domestic life
of the Oreeka. Mrs. W. H. Pitkin read a selec
tion a poo the social life. Mrs. 8. C. Hoffman
read an article a poo the Greek laws. Mrs. W. H.
Browne read a paper on the influence of art upon
the Greek character, while Mrs. McLennan read
a brief bat clever article upon the influence
literature had la developing the character of
the Greeks. Miss Steteon rendered finely apon
the piano "Bomanoe," by Bal>eiistam.
GE>*. DUANE A WITNESS.
H? Thinks the Tunnel Can be Repaired
for $75,000.
THE Tt?TIIIOM BEFORE THE LYDBCEEB COCBT
HABTIAL ALL IX?OB*. DCAXE OJI THE BAD
W0BE 131 THE XKW VOmX TCNKEL?Til COCBT
*nx BUT AOA1X MONDAY.
The sixth day of the Lvdecker court-martial
devoted to the testimony for the defence.
The record of yesterday's proceeding* wss
comparatively brief and the reading occupied
but three-quarters of an hoar, and then Brig.
Gen. James O. Dnane, retired, was produced
aa a witness for the defence.
To Mr. Swift he (aid that in 1887 he waa chief
of engineers of the army, and Major Lydecker
waa on duty in Washington. He remembered,
about December, 1887, of a payment of some
thing Like $70,000 to Beckwitb A Qnackenbush.
The appropriation had been exhausted, and the
question came op whether it were not better
to pair the contractor* in fall. They were al
lowed to leave their plant in the tunnel, aa
they hoped to obtain a new contract in cane
of another appropriation. The supplemental
contract to this effect was signed by the Secre
tary of War, but the matter had been discussed
before him and had received his approval. The
papers were signed by Major Kaymond, who
was acting chief of engineers.
thb defective uxixo or tub cbotox aqce
DCCT.
The witness stated that he is president
of the commission on the Croton aque
duct, of New York, and gave the details of
the lining in that tunnel. At it was put
in, the lining of the tunnel was defective
from one end to the other. As a general thing
the brick-work is good, but the rubble masonry
behind the walls is almost all dry. Over the
arch are large cavities, some of them large
enough to walk in. This tunnel was con
structed by contract, Beckwith being interested
in the work. The defective work was first dis
covered by one of the engiueers. who had been
suspicions of something wrong; he noticed that
inuch less cement was being used than should
have been. After his suspicions were aroused
he refused to sign the monthly estimates,which
at once raised a trouble with the contractors.
This led to the investigation which developed
the bad work.
THINKS THE WASHTSATOX TCXNF.L CAS BE BE
PAWED rou $75,000.
The defective work in the Washington tun
nel is exactly the same as that in New York.
In the opinion of the witness the tunnel here
could be repaired for $75,000.
During the witnessen' dutv here there were a
great many controversies between Major Ly
decker and the contractors on account of
claims based on a different construction from
that insisted on by Major Lydecker. These
claims would be sent to the War department
and then referred to Major Lydecker for re
port, a process occupying considerable time
and labor. There was a committee of Congress
particularly interested in the aqueduct exten
sion. and Major Lydecker was frequently called
upon to give them information.
A HYPOTHETICAL CASE.
Mr. Swift put the case of a hypothetical ques
tion, as did Gov. Boutvrell yesterday to Gen.
Newton, aud aBked whether Major Lydecker,
with the duties of his office, could have per
formed any essential service in preventing
fraud.
Gen. Duane replied that, in his opinion.
Major Lydecker could not. He cited the case
of the New York tunnel, where, he said, the
engiueers had been unable to come upon bad
work. The organization adopted here, lie said,
was about the only effective one that could be
employed. The principal trouble ui inspecting
was the lack of space.
sounder HPARBow.
Gen. Duane stated that Mr. Sparrow was a
supervising inspector in the New York tunnel.
Early last fall Major Lydecker consulted with
the witness about the best means to detect bad
work in the tunnel, and he afterward asked him,
by letter, to send him a competent man as a
sounder. After consulting with the engineers
Gen. Duane sent on Mr. Sparrow. The witness
said that he was familiar with the process of
sounding, but did not think that it was entirelr
infallible.
8CCH WORK SHOULD NEVER EE DONE BI COX
TRACT.
"Will you state the propriety of a work of
this kind being done by contract?"
"The lining of it tunnel should never be done
by contract. It is almost impossible to insure
good work."
Major Davis asked if the contract work in the
Washington tunnel was not done in accordance
with a statute.
The general replied in the affirmative.
"Ought the staff of supervision be more rigid
in such a case? '
"Yes."
"Ought the staff be more frequently super
vised in such a case?"
"Yes."
"The officer in charge is generally responsible
for such a work, is he not?"
"Yes, sir."
"Ought he to take great care in the selection
of his assistants and subordinates?"
"Yes, sir."
"What steps ought he to take to insure the
proper wording of his supervising machin
ery?"
"That is a very difficult question to answer." 1
"Is he not responsible for the efficiency and
discipline of his subordinates?"
"Yes, to a large extent."'
"Is it possible to constitute any checks
against fraud, by testing the amount of mate
rials going into a certain space?"
- That was the great difficulty we had in New
York. It was almost impossible, aud had it
been possible we should have had but little
trouble in detecting the bad work. The trouble
lies in the fact that the work is constantly shift
ing from one point to another.
I-ACKIXO SHOULD BE DONE BT MASONS.
He said that the packing is not a difficult
work, but that it should be done bv masons,
and not by mere laborers.
? Does it require as high a class of masons to
to do the work in the roof as on the side walls?"
asked Col. Whittinore.
"I think not."
To Col. Dodge the witness said that in his
opiniou the sub-inspectors and the contractors
iu the New York tunnel were in collusion, and
added that in his opiniou when this
state of things existed it was almost
impossible to detect bad work. The bulk
head walls were a feature of the lining in the
New York tunnel, he explained. The method
of detection by sounding was an entirely
new thing, he said, until about a yeai1 ago.
"Do you think that bad work "was done in
New York prior to March 14, 1887?" asked Col.
Comstock.
"Yes."
This is the date alleged in the specifications
to have been the
BEOIXMNO or XAJOB LTDErKEB'B NEQLIOESCE.
To CoL Flagler, General Duane said that the
first suspicions in New York were aroused about
a year ago last January.
The counsel for the defense withdrew for a
conference at 11:30 aud the judge-advocate
read the letters which he referred to yester
day. One was a request Irom Major Lydecker
for the detail of an assistant engiueer,
aud recommending Lieutenant Symons, dated
December 5, 1883. The next waa from Major
Lvdecker to the chief of engineers requesting
of him that the appropriation committees be
informed of the forthcoming probable closing
of the work, aud informing him that the tunnel
was found to be full of defects. This was last
falL The third was submitted by the defense,
dated in December. 1887, transmitting the sup
plemental articles of agreement signed in that
month, and recommending the payment of 85
per cent of the retained percentage?$70,000.
This letter bore endorsemeat of approval by
Major Kaymond and the acting Secretary of
War. The counsel returned to the court room
during the reading.
THE TEfl-mtOKY ALL I*.
Ooy. Boutwell announced that the counsel
for the accused would not present any farther
testimony, and also that the accused, being
well satisfied with the status of hi* case, did
not care to go on the stand in his own behalf
as, by the sututes, be is permitted to do or
not to do. He moved that the court adjourn
until Monday morning, when the counsel would
make such observations as occurred to them.
A vote was then taken on the question of
reading the record of the third day, resulting
in 7 for and 6 against that proceeding, and at
11 :A& the judge-advocate began to read.
The Death Kecord.
During the twenty-fonr boor* ending at noon
to-day death* were reported to the health office
as follow*: Adam Miller, white, 49 year*; Maud
Agnes Hoffman, white, 13 year*; James Joeeph
O'Connor, white, 11 years; Florence E. Green
leaf. colored, 3 month*; Joseph O. Churchwell,
colored, M years; Mary Ferguson, colored, 47
years; Jane Courtney, colored. 86 years; Mary
Ann Williams, colored. 31 year*.
The New Dike Mcmcm. on 9th street, be
tween E and F, under the management of Mr.
T. A. Johnson, offers many attractions to the
curious, including the great Kit Bo, who dances
on broken glass, and a fat woman who wsighs
718 pound*. In addition there is a stage per
formance.
j OBSTRUCTING STREET TRAVEL.
The Kail road Tr?clu and Traffic In
South Washington.
nonci nxo iiionii shillinotos tsixu
THE people TIK11 HATH A BIGHT TO OOH
plain?the UlrLT or ma inspection or
tn teacm yesterday.
Yesterday Xenn. Parker, Dwyer, Protocol
ing Attorney Shillington, and ? 8ta* reporter
drove through Sooth Washington and took a
look at the railroad tracks that hare been com
plained of. The party started with the side
track on 13th street southwest, naed by John
son Bros.; then drove up Virginia avenue, and
took a look at the sidings of the Portner Beer
company, the Bergner & Engel company, Sam'l
C. Palmer's bottling establishment, and then
crossed over to the new freight warehouse of
the Baltimore and Potomac railroad. Here
Mr. Shillington's attention was called to the
obstruction of a public alley in that square, the
freight depot completely closing it As the
party moved out of the freight yard engine No.
310 was standing across the sidewalk, and re
mained standing there, according to Mr. Dwyer's
watch, fifteen minutes, and was still standing
I ?* the party drove away. Mr. Hbillington
thought that this was a serious violation of law.
Ihe Delaware avenue obstruction waa next
j looked into. Mr. Shillington remarked that
this waf, in his opinion, a serious breech of the
law. All the tracks in the southeast section
were visited and commented upon, and Mr.
Shillington assured Messrs. Parker and Dwyer
| that he would lend his beet efforts to remedy
the great evil. The party while in thst section
| drove or tried to drive along H street south
east, but were caught between oars, and It was
only after a great deal of trouble they got out.
| When The Stab man asked Mr. Shilling ton
what he thought of the situation he said:
| "I would prefer not to discuss the merits of
| this controversy through the newspapers. I
went over the ground vesterday and got a fair
idea of the condition o? affairs generally. It is
apparent that the South Washington people
have good reason to complain. I don't think
they enjoy the rights and comforts they are
entitled to. Their streets are occupied by
j tracks and blockaded with cars. Several
streets are rendered naeluss for the pur
i poses of travel where they cross the
[ tf*cks. This is in violation of !?w.
The company certainly has not the rip lit to
impede the free passage of a street, especially
where it is an improved and established ?ur?t,
and used for the purposes of travel on both
sides of the track. Their organic act requires
that when they shull find it necessary to
intersect anv established street or road
way it shall be their duty to con
struct the road across such street go as
n?t to interfere or impede the passage of people
and the transportation of property. That strikes
me as being pretty plain. I observed several
instances where the railroad company failed to
comply with this section?noticeably so at the
Delaware avenue crossing. Where this avenue
crosses the road, or is supposed to cross the
road, the company has continued its fence so
that travel is completely cut oWand the only
way you can cross Virginia and Delaware ave
nues at their intersection is to climb over this
fence and three or four freight cars, which
the neighbors say stand there all the
time. The company didn't even pro
vide the fence with a gate, which
would be somewhat of a convenience at that
point. Delaware avenue is used for travel on
both sides of the track, and seems to be im
proving. Houses are going up, and I was told
that it is in next year's estimates for a pave
ment to Virginia avenue at least. There were
two or three other streets obstructed in the
same way. That is a great inconvenience to
the traveling public in that section of the city,
and I think ought to be remedied. It seems to
me contrary to law and the remedy is to be ob
tained by prosecution.
ANOTHER LETTER TO THE DISTRICT COMMISSION
ERS.
The Commissioners to-day received the fol
lowing letter relative to the South Washington
railroad track:
Washington, D. C.,
March 30. 1889.
Hon. Commissioners, District of Columbia;
Gentlemen: With the hope that you will not
think us too persistent, we wish to call your un
divided attention to the railroad matters once
more. We first desire to submit a few remarks
on the petition of certain parties as to the re
moval of the tracks in front of their doors on
K street southwest We want it distinctly un
derstood that we are not asking for the removal
of the tracks to K street at the present time?
we are simply urging the Commissioners to do
their duty in defending the rights of the
I nited States, and, accordingly, protecting the
general public against the 'unlawful action
of the railroad company. As to the
names attached to the petition referred to,
to the best of our knowledge not one of them
own a house and lot on K street, and conse
quently the location of tracks on that street will
not place them in front of their doors. One of
us. Mr. Parker, owns more frontage on K street
than the combined list of objectors, and if the
railroad wishes to occupy K street he will gladly
present the railroad company the samo gratis.
On investigation we think you will find
that one of the signers is eniploved by the
railroad. Assuring our fellow-citizens ' that
we do not wish to impose on their
rights, we now submit that you should make
public the board meeting held this week, at
which meeting you ordered the removal of all
illegal tracks, including that of 13th street.
As to the latter, and the tracks on Maryland
avenue and B street, we ask you to read the
following opinion of A. Q. Kiddle, dated Sep
tember 24, 1887.
''It has long been in the possession of the
public space at the junction of Virginia and
Maryland avenues and 8th street without a
shadow of authority higher than squatter sov
ereignty. The same may be said of its branch
down 13th street west."
It is certainly strange how your honorable
board can refuse to take immediate action as
to the tracks complained of after the facts we
have submitted. The idea of sworn officials
publicly refusing to execute the laws is ridicu
lous, and without some explanation we con
sider their action highly reprehensible.
Another track which is in the same category
is one entering square southeast of 267 and used
by Nicoli Bros, as an oil yard.
Hoping that our appeal for justice will not
be refused, we are, Very respectfully,
Chas. H. Parker,
Philip N. Dwyer.
Married.?Mr. Irvin B. pioulton and Miss
Mary L. McCoruas, of this city, we re raRrried
Thursday morning at Hamline M. E. church.
The ceremony was performed by the pastor
Rev. H. K. Nay lor, after which the happy cou
ple left for New York. Prof. King played the
wedding march and Geo. L. Wheelock, Oliver
A. Swain, liandall B. Saunders, and Grant
Hodgkins acted as ushers.
Marriage Licenses.?Marriage licenses have
been issued b.v the clerk of the court to W. J.
H. Hogan, of West Dedham, Mass.. and Jiarv
V. Culver; John Clark and Agnes Downs.
A 8err for Damages.?Howell Cobb to-day,
by Campbell Carrington and Irving William
son, filed a suit against the District to-day to
recover 910.000 damages for injuries received
by falling into an unguarded excavation on 4 W
street, between M and N street southwest,
Jauuarv 3 last, and his right shoulder was dis
located, his side braised and strained, Ac.
Reception for the New Pastor.?The mem
bers and friends of Grace M. E. church gave a
welcome reception to their new pastor. Rev. A.
It Riley, last evening. There was a large'at
tendance. Mr. Hiram Michaels, in behalf of
the church aid congregation, welcomed the
pastor and family. Mr. Riley responded in a
pleasant manner.
GEORGETOWN.
Personal.?Ex-Commissioner Dent, who was
recently stricken with paralvsis, was able to go
out driving yesterday. Mr. Joseph F. Birch,
who has been seriously ill, was also able to be
out yesterday.
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BURNHAM'8,010 {Mb at. B.w. mh30-6t*
W" ANTKD-A GOOD H ARN KSS-MAKKR. APPLY
Immediately at BECKER'S, 1345 PennsylTanls
??* It
CLERK. WHO THOROUGHLY UN
11 derstand* the prosecution of penaion claims, to
*5??' l* i Adam*, in own hand
*mb3&eol * ATTORNEY, Star offic*.
VV"ANTED?TWO PAINTERS' APPRENTICES OF
V ? l?*1*' sxperience. state wages exjs^ted, give
reference from last employer. Address PAINTER,
Star office. It*
Sewing Machine. ~ ~~? "mh30-2t
WANTED ? SEVERAL HOTEL CHEF COOKS
and seconds for summer reeort engagements;
? 7.~? to $l?ft; alao Pastry Cook* and Hotel Carpenter;
middle-aged; and other help. DICK'S AGENCY, U13
7th at. n. w. It'
VVAMED-A WHITE WOMAN; GOOD SEAM
'' itrea* and chambermaid. Apply at 1703 K. at.
m30 at*
AV'ANTED?DRESSMAKERS IMMEDIATELY%AT
?? MRS. HAFELFINGER'S, 1110 14tb at. n.w. It*
VVANTED-A YOUNG LADY,FAIRLY EDUCATED
" and au apt pupil, to read to a young gentleman
who la a stenographer, sod who will give her instruc
tioii* in shorthand for her services. Reterencee aa to
character furnished if desired. Addre** E. X. T., "tar
office. It*
\%T ANTED ? EVERY DAY GOOD WORKING
' 1 women for uursing, covking, house, laundry and
chamber work Also sober men for (> lineal positions)
waiters, driver* and watchmen. City Intelligence
office. 711 (J at. n.w.^ mh.?)-l*
\V AN 1 ED?OOOD BASS AND TF.NOK VOICES
i? for a hrst-class volunteer choir; .titf.it reading de
sirable but not essential. Addrea* "CHORUS," Mar
office. It*
WANTF.D-FOCB COLORED GIRLS IMMEDI
*? ateiy, to loam dressmaking; must be neat and
come with parents. 2032 L at. mh30-2t
WANTED?PERSONS TO GO To OELAHOMA
NewConntry. Free Homes. For information in
detail consult F. P. RUhj-ELL, B. and O. R K. Office,
619 Pennsylvania ava., 2 to 5 p. m. mh80-3t*
ANTED ? A WHITK-!3IRL FOR (U.N ERAL
\v
housework; must iiu' nlghta. Call 3210 O st.,
West Washington. It*
LTAN : ED-A NEAT RELIABLE WTilTE GIRI.
as a.-cond girl In a small lamily: must stay at
u&bt. Apply Monday between 10 and 1 o'clock at
lol8 28 th st. It*
YV AN ! ED-A BOY*. 17 OR 18 YEARS OF AGE. TO
" 1 work at blacksuilthiug, German preferred, at the
coi o of 13th and C sta. n.w. It*
W A.N TED?AN INDUSTRIOUS WHITE BOY
" i el out It) years of age to make himaeli useful iu
the store and run errands. Apply at 008 9th (t.u.w. 1*
WANTED qpoKS, flO TO #76: HOUSEMAIDS.
?T Waitress, >uive*. Salesladies, Laundress, Drl
rera, H alters, Farm aud Dairy Hands,at once. DICK'S
AGENCY, t>13 7th n. w., alao European steamship
agent. mh30-Ut*
\V AN1EIWMALE STENOGRA1HER AND TYPE
11 writer to write from dictation; must bave ma
chine. name salary. A ddress Box 99, Star office. It*
WANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOtfSE
" work in a small family; no washing; releTeuce*
required. Apply on Monday at 1233 New Hampshire
ave. n.w. It*
V|TaNT: D - GOOD BLACKSMITH, WHITE, TO
TV w<>rk on shares and take charge April 1; owner
not tliere hall the time; good chance to man of energy
Call 1701 Riggs st. n.w. It*
WANTED?RELIABLE LADY FOR A PERMA
cent position in our business: must give refer
ences: salary, $X weekly, increased according Apply
Monday 10 a.m. F. A THUEE fe CO., 430 7th st.
n.w. It*
ANTED?EXPERIENCED WAIST AND 8KIRT
bunds. 2119 K st. It*
w
\\ ANTED?TWO WAIST AND SKIRT HANDS;
'' only experienced hands need apply. Mrs. H.
FOX. 1102 18th at. n.w If
VV ANTED?EXPERIENCED HELPER AND BODY
11 worker for millinery work-room
THE BON MARCHE,
It 316 7th at. n. w.
\\TANTED ?YOUNG LADY AS' BOOK KEEPErI
11 must lie good penman, correct at figure*, and un
derstand double eniry; salary, jo per week. Address
D. i. B , Star office. It
WANTED-FIRST-CLASS SALESLADY; ALSO
" two rood Milliners, at MME. J. P. PALMER'S,
1107 Fat. _ _ ^
\1 ANTED-WOMEN COOKS. 910 TO f40; CHAM
11 bermalds, Nurses, and Laundresses, in city or
away . Waiter*. Drivers, or farm Hand*. Colored M en
C<x.ts. SAM'LA COOilbS. 9','ti F st n.w. mli30-3f
\*T ANTED?WAIST HANDS AT WOODWARD k
11 LOTHROP'H; only those e*i>erieuced iu the finest
class ot work need apply. Ask lor Mr*. GREENWOOD,
third floor mb29-2t
WANTED?A TOCNG LADY BOOKKEEPER AND I
" cashier. Address iu own handwriting P. O Box
63?5. mh29*2t
**gS5S?s? cl?
\V ? FTPPr rirTTT- ' j
Mada?e io fea7
yy ANTED?A WHITE GIRL TO COOK AND DO
1
WAXTED-ATONCE-COOKS, CHAMBERMAIDS,
? v waiters, seaiustresa, and all kinds of help, at EU
REKA EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, H10 F *t. n.w.
mh2H-3t*
w
light housework. Iteterences required Apply
at 912 S st. u. w. ni29-8t*
J ANTED?A BRIGHT. ACTIVE BOY TO DRAW
soda waterat THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE. 28-3t*
\\ ANTED?FIRST-CLASS WHITE AND COL- j
'" ored help of all kinds: situation* always to be ;
filled; irders by mail promptly attended to; cooka I
and waiters always wanted. BL RGESS, Room 4. i'.fti
F *t. n. w. mh2S-lw*
WANTED-A RESPECTABLE AND CAPABLE
11 white gir' to do general housework in a small
family. Apply with good relerence at 1220 16th st.
n. w , near Scott circle. mb28-3t*
\VANTED?A~FARM HAND, MARRIED" MAN^
V1 and to sell one Hansom cab and one couplet.
Apply to BENJ. COOLEY, ttOl C *t. n. w. mh27-4t*
W ANTED?AGENTS FOR BOTTLED ELEO
" tricity. the wonderful new Catarrh and Headache
cure; some agents make a day. Address U. S.
HOME M'F'G CO., B Dept., Chicago, III*. mh25-t$t*
WANTED-LADY AGENTS AVERAGE OVER $40
a week with my new Rubber Undergarment; the j
grandest invention for won.en ever seen. Proof free.
Address Mrs. H. E. Little, Chicago, Ilia. mh2">-8t*
WANTED-AN~ACTIVE MaN LOCATED OI'T
aide \Sashiu^ton, salary ttiO to CI00 per month,
to represent, in his own locality, an old N. Y. house.
Reference*. SUPT. MEG. HOUSE, Wk Box llilO.
N. Y. mhl4-th.s,4w
WANTED?LEARNERS FOB PROF. CHRIST
ll NER'S New International Tailor System of Dresa
ana Garment Cutting with any inch rule and tape
n.eaaure alone. Patterns aud matertala cut aud tiasted
or made; oue fitting required; the ayatew taught by
Mme. S. J. MESSER. 1303 H at. n.w. fU-2m*
WANTED?SITUATIONS.
WANTED?SITUATIONS FOR WAITERS.COOKS,
maids, housekeepers, nurses, cou-hmen. farm
aud dairy liands,clerks, Ac , (a reliable office, no tramp
agency j. E. M. BURNHAM, 910 9th st. n w. mh3O-0*
WANTED?PROPRIETORS OF HOTELS, RES
taurant*. dining-rooms, also families, to save
time and money by leaving orders with an established
office, not experimenters who do not understand the
businea*. BURNHAM'S Licensed Employment Office,
910 9th *t. n.w. lt*_
\VANTED-A COLORED GIRL WISHES A SITUA
11 tlon aa chambermaid, laundresa or as plain cook
In private family; atay mghu. 940 24th st. n.w. It*
WANT ID?EMPLOYERS' LOOK. TH E PRICK OF
a postal card will register your rooms aud secure
a good aervant. Registered, experienced clerk*, copy
ist*, bookkeeper*, teacher*. All furnished free.
mh30-6t* 711 Gat. n.w.
WANT*D-BY A HIGHLY-RECOMMENDED
young Swiss woman of pleasing address, speak
ing German, French and English, a position as chil
dren's nurse or attendant with some family going a:>d
residing west of the Mississippi; one of the Pacific
states preferred. Address E nma Van Allmen, care of
Swiss Legation, Hillyer Place, Washington, D. C. 11*
WANTED-A PRACTICAL ~HOUSEKEEPER.
11 with hotel exi*rieuce aud refereuces, wishes a
position at a first-cUsa summer resort or hotel or
bourdliitf-house in city. Addr<.sa BUSINESS, Star of.
flee. mb30-3t*
W ANTED-BY LADY OF 2o TEARS. PLACE AS
seamstress, governess for small children or com
panion to au invalid, good home more of au object
than wages: no objection to trava 1: references ex
changed. Address Mias i. E. L., Star office. mh30-3t*
WANTED?BY A YOUNG MAN, POSITION IN AN
l" office to do clerical work; law office preferred.
Address Box 13, Star office. It*
W- TnTED-BY a YOUNG MAN, POSITION IN A
drug store, has had aeven years' practical exjier
leuce , is of good moral character aud strictly temper
ate. Address Box 29, Star office. It*
W"~ANTED^KNOWN-GO TO DICK'S AGENCY
for Cooka, Houae maids. Waitress, Nurse*,
laundress. Coachmen, Butlers, Walters and general
housework. 613 7th at. n. w. Alao European steam
ship agent. iub30-tit*
WANTED-AT HEADOUARTERS - POSITIONS
for Cook*. ChambermalL Waitress. Laundress, and
Nurses. Seamstreas. Men Waiters. Cooks, Coachmen
Butler*. 8AM'L A. COOMBS, 926 Fst.n.w. mh3Q-3t*
WANTED?A 8ITDATION ASCOOK BY FRENCH
11 man, with best references. Apply Monday at
present employers, 3 Dupont Circle. It*
WANTED-BY A TRAINED NURSE AND MAS
aeuse, a Position to take charge of an invalid
or gentleman going abroad; city retereuce* given,
dre** TRAINED NURSE. City Po*t-Office. m30.3t*
^F.
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE GERMAN GIRL
neat and willing to work, a place to do general
housework in auiall family or help in Confectioner'*
store; city reference. Addrea* K. L, Star office. It*
ANT. D?A MIDDLE AGED VIRGINIA LADY
desires a situation as companion or nurse to an
Invalid lady: will make herself generally useful. Ad
drea* 1306 22d st. b.w. mh29-2t*
ANTED-BY MAN AND H19 WIFE, A 81TUA
tion on a farm; a first-claas dairyman and farmer
w..
best oi relarence if required. Address WM. H , 319*
Vueea st , Alexandria. V*. mh29-2t*
WASTED?A SITUATION, BT A BOOKKEEPER
of ten year*' experience; can furaiah best refer
ence. Addre** PEN MA N. SUr office. mh29-2t*
WANTED?BT AM EXPERIENCED LADY STE
norrapbar and type-writer, a position: bea
er-1 ices ^ren. Address Miss H. /, Star office.
nofrr?pher and type-wnt?r, ?j>o#itloupbeat wf*
ea g
m20-2t'
WANTED-A SITUATION WITH PLUMBER AND
gas-fitter by a boy who has had two rears' ex
perience at the bualne**. Addreaa ERNEST, Star of
C. m8ft-8t*
WANTED-A SITUATION AS DRITEB OR
11 houae ?i rant by a thoroughly competent man.
Cnderstanda the car* of bone* and baa aseellant ref
? .i, office
?MM Adir*a* RAIFORD, Star offio* mh29-3t*
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, Morgan Bradfotd^wSn
ager.
VV aNTED-A SITUATION BY A FIRST-LASS
M French oook; good references; at Liberty April the
10th. Apply S. P., Star office. mh28-3t*
W a
ANTED-A SITOATION A8 LADY'S MAID BY
16th st. n.w.
^8t*18
WANTED?DRESSMAKING TO DO IN
clsas tamlllea or would take work soiu:
aud fitting don* atladlaa'rat "
S.T . star office.
work for I
aes* or with family whlls
rutarmioo*. >ddr*a* H. F. WALl
W ANTED-^SITUATI ON S
V17ANTED?BY A TOtHQ VA5 WHO H IS
v gaged during the day. employment >1 nights;
of reference*. tildr? l>. ULuKUt, Star offic*.
mh2?-3t*
WANTED?ROOMS.
WANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN. A WELL-FTR. I
? V nished (rent room in rood location: Urau not to
?iceed $1 &; pfnuuelit 11 s Tilted. Address H. W?
Star office. It*
WANTED?UNFURNISHED ROOM. WITH USE
11 of parlor. In auiet family. or young ltdi, reier
et*-es required. State prices. Address N. C- N-, Star
office. It*
y ANTED-U ^ HKM SHED JtOOM. _WITH _l"8E
joes I
office.
W ANTED - TWO FURNISHED BOOKS AND
Board for four, or ? house st summer r?u*?. with
in four or fir* squares of Dupout Circle. Address H.
M. B.. Star office. It*
\K ANTED?CABE OF FURNI9HED BOOMS OB
11 bouse tor the season. 5 to 8 month*, by agreeable
end reet<ons1ble party . gentlemen end wife, no child
ren . will give aatiatsctioti. AiVlr? HUXLEY. star
office. It*
WANTED - FURNISHED AND unfurnished s
anywhere in the city; our plan tor wconcf
tenant* the moat eucceeeiul: ninty roomer* furuiahea
this week. Room Rentj rig Parlor*,
mh30-6t* 711 O ?t n w.
\\T ANTED?IN N.W, OS BELT OB F STREET
1" line, room with southern and eastern sxposwi.
gas. heat, and bath, plainly furnished; two double
beds; convenient to caterer; terms reasonable. Ad
dress F., 108 C St. n.w. ni30-Ct*
U' ANTED-AN ELDERLY GENTLEMAN WISHES
I v one or two good rooms at quiet p!s;-e where there
aie no other roomers. Addreaa PERMANENT 1_, >tar
office. It*
ANTED?BY GENTLFMAN AND WIFE. W1TH~
out ch;ldr> n. one large. comfortable, nicely fur
nixheil room comuiunicatinir with one or two unlur
r.ished for housekeeping. mo<lerii in.]*.; reasonable
rent; relerenccs exchanged. Ad tress A. F. V., Star
office. It*
VVANTED?BY' GENTLEMAN AND WIFE. PER
* 1 lnauently, nicely lunnshed room. with t?>ard. not
to exceed #40 p> r month; answer as per advt. only.
Address Box 1~>, Star office. It*
%*r ANTED?TWO UNFURNISHED. ORPARTI.Y
IV Furnished, Rooms, convemeut to -tjrut
ave , between Forrsgut Square and Dupout Circle;
niu*t be convenient of access (parlor floor preferred.!
with north and M>uth ex)' sore. with attendance, with
or without l*>ard. for simrle gentleman. Audrens,
?t.?t;ng price, location and particuiorisW.il. S? star
office. _ It* ^
WA*T*D-BT OENTLEMAN* IN THE 8CTIN
H tlfic service, two uniurni-hed rooms in north
west ; permanently lor self and mother, near first-class
table board Address O., Star office. nih2W-2t*_
\VASTKD-VliHM DECEMBER NEXT, ROOMS
II near Iowa Circle, with or without board, lor lam
11 y of three Address, with price and particulars Box
12. star office. inh2Q-*t*
VV ANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN. WIFE AND
t T child aged 5 ye?r*. in a desirable location, two
furnl?hed<ouimuiiicating rooms on second floor, with
or without board. Address, stating terms and loca
tion , Box 28. h'.ar office. mb'-'s-3t
WANTED?HO U SES!
\VAN ED-TO GIVE ONE OR MORE VACANT
11 lota as part payment on a dwelling house. t<alauoe
In ca.ih. Addreaa Box 14, star office. mli30-3t*
\\TANTED?FOR A CU8TO.UEH, NICK HO0BI
ft with ino<lern imt roveineuts. south of (J. north of
I, west of Kith, east of 18th; price not to exceed
$8,500; party will pay all cash. Address, with full
particulars, til RLE) BROS., 131M F st. n.UiSO-lw
W ANTED?A BRICK HOUSE NORTH WEST,
tl Prioa not to exceed $.t,o00. Address Box ?-'7,
Star office. nihoO-31
ANTED^FURNlsHED BOUSE _Fi .R Sl M"
mer; rent iuust be not more than $60. Address
Box t??. Star office. It*
VV ANTED?HOUSES. WE HAVE CLIENTS FOR
vv oueni<*leni 10-rootn brick Dwelliutr. Ci to Ua<st.
ave., loth to loth sis n w , $7,0<t0 to $10,000. oue
Lot about VOxSO, b?'t. 10th and lSlh. M and V sta u.
Bl F. GILBERT k CO., U25 F at. n w. m J? tt
WANTED-BY RESPONSIBLE YOUNG CtiUPLE.
a furnished house in Northwest. Georgetown or
Mount Pleasant, from May 1 to November or later;
rent inuat be moderate; state amount. C. R M_ Star
office. mh28-^tt*
ANTED-FOR A CUSTOMER, HOISF. OF
. . about nine rooms, all mod. Imps., aouth of T ftud
west ot 12th ata. n.w. Apply to or address
mh28-lw K. W. WALKER, 1006 F st.
VV ANTED - FOB CASH ? A HOUSE CNDEB
M rental lacing the capitoL
W. P. YOUNG.
mh27-6t 1303 F st. n.w.
VV ANTED?BRICK HOUSE. BETWEi N WI H AND
1* 20th. O and T sis .from $*i.t>00 to $10,000; state
number, price, terms, and description. Box :tl H. City
P O. mh27-4t
WANTED-BUILDING LOTSOB HOUBE8 IN ANY
* f psrt of the city at speculative prices. The cash la
ready for any property otlered under market rates.
XiiOMAS A. MITCHELL.
mh'20-lm 1(34 F st. Rootu 4
w
VVTANTED?ALL DESCRIPTIONS OFPR0PJ RTY.
" city or country, encumliered, or clear. For ex
change. _ THOMAS A MITCHELL mh20-lm
WANTED-A DWELLING tFROM $.'>.000 TO
ft $20,000) for a client. Caah in my bands. J. C.
BOGERS, 472 Louisiana are. inh4-lm
WANTED?BOARD.
VV ANTi D-UY A1 RIL 1&. ROOM" AND BOARD IN
I' private tainily for gentleman and wife; very near
City Hall. B. L . Star office. It*
^"A N TED?LOTS. |
VV ANTED-1i7pURC;HASE A LOT AT ONCE, AT
ll Mount Pleasant, Meiidian Hill or Columbia
Heights; not less than 25 feet front^fe. must be of
moderate price. Address ULlLDElt, star office.
mh30-2t*
VV AN"TED-TO PURCHASE LOTS ON PLEASANT
tl Plains. Also Ground near the city. suitable for
subdividing. W. W. METCALF,
mh30-3t 1331 1 st.
VV ^NTED-CHEAP FOR CASH, FROM OWNER!
IT lot 17 to 20 teet trout; depth not to exceed 100
feet. Address Box 8, Star office. uih28-3t*
WA NTED M1 >SCELEANEOUS i
W ANTED-CONTRACTORS T' > BUY 20.000 FEET
vv of Mason Ladders. Apply at 420 1st st. n.w. *
VV ANTI.D-OFFERS OF LARGEST DISCOUNT
vv on purchase of $400 cash value of Unesi house
furniture will be received. Box C. A. 8., btar office.
m30 -it*
WANTED-A SMALL FAMILY OF ADULTS TO
v V occupy house tor *ix or eight mouths, furnished
or unfurnished; small rent to nrlit party witbg>xsl
reference. Apply at 1102 A St. n.e. m30-3t*
VV'ANTED-No. 2 REMINGTON-TYPE-WRITER
vv with latest improvements, in good condition for
rash. Addreas, with dosc.ipuou and price. Room 1W,
472 La. ave. It*
Vy ANTED-TO LEASE A VERY PLEASANT. NEW,
ft-room cottage, with stab.e, garden, orchard, nne
grounds; all kinds of iruit, Ac.. 7 miles lroi
B. A P. R. It Address Rooia 19. 472 La ave.
VV ANTED-DRESS CUTTING MADE EASY.
V v Madame Washtngton'a "Dresa Cutting Scale,"lost
patented, enables every one to learn to cut all kinds of
garments readily and accurately. The system will be
taught, and the scale and a measure book iurniebed
for $6. Persons learning this system are immedi
ately placed in a position to esru good wages. Ladiea
needing experienced hands can obtain them at the
achool at any time. 1223 F ft. n.w. mh.-25t*
WANTED?Ft R EASY_BHaVe OR FIRST-CLASS
VV haircut, go to the LITTLE 8Tl"D10 around the
cor. of 14th st. and Pa. av , 503 14th. opp Millard's;
operated by first-class Philadelphia white artists.
mh23-1 lit*
UJ ANTED-H. BAUM PAYS THE HIGHEST CASH
v V prices for second-hand Furniture, Carpets snd
Feathers. Entire Households a specialty. Address
210 7th st. s.w. nihil 0
W ANTED?$3,500 ON PROPERTY Slfl'ATED IN
v v Montgomery county, part of Takoma Para; a hue
risk. Address Box 40. Star office. mh2tt-3t*
WANTED TO RE NT-A remington TYPE
wnter. No. 2; state price. Address 200 Delaware
?ve. n.e. mh2W-2t*
W ANTED?CONSUMER8 OF PURE MILK TO
vv send their order to the "Home Dairy" for Pure
Milk and Cream. JOHN SCOT 1'A SON, 810 0th at
u w All orders promptly attended to. inh~U 3t
WANTED?THE LADIES TO KNOWYhaT THEY
lv can see the d -signs of the dresses to be used iu
PROF. J. M. E. HaLL's fencing class at Washington
L. I. Armory, at Mine. WASHINGTON'S. mh27-4t*
W ANTED-FlFTY~CARRIAdE. COUPE, BUGGY
vV Slid saddle horses, st Downey's Livery Stables,
Washington, D. C. mli2S-lw
VV ANTED -CHINA FIRED AND OILDED?
vv '1 hose wishing to have chins fired can leate it,
with directions lor gilding, at M. W. BE\ ERIlxiE'S,
100U Peutisylvanta ave. n.h'-JO-1 'Jt
AN TED?PARI/ )R"FURNTTUP.E UIHuLSILrI
ed, mattresses made over; work dotie lu a neat and
substantial manner; carpet cleaned on floor by new
method;Sewed and laid. Address C. NELSON, 1223
Gn.w. iuhll-3w*
VVANTED-LADIES TRY "ORANGE BLOSSOM,"
v V a bure cure lor lemale diseases, also Dr. McOilri
**l!lood Purifier" cures malaria, 100doses $1, samples
free. Mrs. F. A. BA1LEV, sole agent, 317 A St. n.e.
JaU-?iw 3m*
W ANTED-IF YOU HAVE CABINET WORK. CP
VV holstering. lurniture to pack, ship or store, send
for THOMAS tuLKa, lyoO H street northwest, every
time. mhlU-lm*
\v
WT ANTED?TO BUY FOB HIGHEST CASH PRICE
I IV second-hand furniture, carets, stoves, feathers,
etc. Orders by mail or otherwise receive prompt atten
tion. F.J. EINSTEIN, 100U bn. n.w.. opposite hay
scale. inhl5-lai*
WW ANTED?HORSES TO KEEP. BOX STALLS;
personal attention, order box at Price's Stables,
311 Oth st. n.w. F'srm, 7th-st. road, 8 miles from
city. O. H. P.CLARK. Sligo, MtL mhl3-lm*
W ASTED-TRY SCRIB.NER. BEST BUTTERINEj
VV Rolls and prints 20 ceuta pound; cooking, lo
cents pound Warranted not to get strung or rancid
(like butter doeai for oue mouth, or luouey refunded.
1 amiliee served at residences. >br mtr mif at Stalls
328, 32W and 330 (decorated stall, middle of fiah aisle.)
Center Market, and 145 Northern Liberty market.
Open daily. WM. C. SCRIBNEK. ?uhl-2iu*
VV ANTED?GOOD SECOND-HAND CLOTHING,
11 runs, revolvers, old gold snd silver, lor which
highest caah iricea wtU ce paid. Call LABKEVS
Loan Office. 201 Penn. ave., corner 2d at n. w. my 20
IV ANTED?STEAM CARPET CLEANING AND
VI Renovating Works; Feather* Renovated, Mat
tresses Made Over, Furniture steamed, and Moths De
stroyed. F H.YOUNGS, 1402 Pa.av?lelephonc loos-2.
dll-4m
FOR RENT?OFFICES.
SECOND FLOOR OF !
corner of pa. ave.
L 002 Pa. are.
tt.w. iuh30-8t*
T^OR RENT-OFFICE ON SECONI
IT Mutual Firs Ins. Co. Building, cor
snd 8th st n.w. Inquire In BOOM No.:
I
iOR RENT-TWO COMMUNICATING OFFICE
toilet adjoiuiug; 1st fluor:
r month. JOHN SHERMAlt
r room*, with private
407 r itLl.; $20pt ^
1 CO. mh30-3t
FOR BENT-FINE OFFICE ROOK, VEBY CHEAP. I
In Son Building. Inonlrs la store.
SCHLLTZ GAS FIXTURE CO..
mh28-0t Suu Building.
TXJB RENT-TWO NICK OFFICE ROOMS. FIRST
jT floor. 615 7th st. n.w? opposiu Post-Office De
partment; price, $15 per mouthy Call at THE NEW
partiuent; prtoe, $ 15 t^ev mouth. Call at THE NEW
YORK WATCU CLUB CO.. 51& 7th St. n.w. mh28-3*
Fir rent-the offices now occc
Messra. Gurlsy Bros, on first door of 11
frooMajl. Apply W. RILEY DKEBLK, I
TX)R RENT-A VERT DESIRABLE
office on
RUTHERFORD
-pOH RENT-KLEGANT BANKING. STORK. AMD
fe?K5S?s ter.-tossartia:
K""-"-wfEa7
FOR. KENT?ROOMS.
For bent?to rujuH. t> kt s w . u?ui1
room. 30x1 V7 fret, well lighted. UN of elevator,
iiiiublt for Iwucj or storetre tmry jmm
F??
F&
F?j
OR BEST-471 H 8T.~ S.W.. TWO LARGE
room* iunfurniihHv, luinhlf (orllrti hoosekaefv
Id*, oo third floor. soutberu riiwun-. ni>?W? if:
proeements , also. a furnished hark parlor. luliW M'
1" X>B BINT?TWO SICEL* KUEK1KHED ROOMS
on aeroud sud tliird Boor. lor (BiUnui'ii only.
Applv at 710 10th st. n w. uih30-3t*
FOR BENT-THREE SECOND FLOOB BOOMS I*
brtck stable. with tlie room below (or bora* and
carrUtf* if (Wind, to iroud iviHiitiau 457 1' at. a.w ?
R REST-OS I SIC: IT ITBSIsHED SOUTH
front Koom. 013 M at . uw. _ 11 |
R REST?A PRIVATE FAMILY RESIDISd IS
ovu bouaa. bear Uitti ?c n ?r? ?ill re.it a MOT
lurnisbed room. Iron tin* nut b. to a seotieman. rat
ereucee exchamred Au.trwl" C.. Star office uiHO-3*
I" J?OIi BENT?920 MASS AVE >#.. T*Oll ?
uished front ruoma, with or without board. tcruie
reasonable. It*
I]*OR~ RENT?A LARt.E. NICELY FURN 1S11FD
front Koom* In private family. $'* par m ?utb.
suitable for oua tr two; either *lib or without Board;
within auuara of car and b**rdic unea. lo?l O ?t
n.e. _ If
FOE RENT-APRIL 1, 1H8?. PARI.< >R ASP hi D
room*, or ainirl?? to suit At 14tb el
1~:?UK R?M LARtil FKOM liO M OS MOOKD
ftoor, bay-window, ak*T<? and foMu * UhI iv?>iu
same nice oia tbira r ?!?? auiali<r i*>oui. bull*
a-mlieru and e?-t? ni *t|naure; bnakfaat il daiwl;
euimner ratea; one aou-re trorn t>?aniii.*
?Lninf-ri**ui?, cam ?nd bcrdica. 31 4 A at u e. It
liOR RF.NT?81 3 T sT > W. n UNlsHKIi OR
.T uufuruitbed room* in a amah |>mat*- faiu.1) . refer
?urn ? i( luu?ml. Uib.K>-3t*
IX)K RUNT?DELIGHTFTL K MKUKK K?J< v\
? t ,rJ. ill i:u.i M m tLW. If
I.V>K RtNT-FlKNlKHED ROOMS, IN MHK
first and aeoond lloora. transient accommodated .
caterer in tbe bouae; meals $15 j?er m?>ntb. 1102
Newlurkm. n w. i?. .
1?or KUT-nixiKUD booms ta * private
tamily, taro fltnut coiuinunieaurijr Mcoiun sinale
| urm suit*. mod. uupa.; board 11 dee.reel. anurle uirn
preferred. Au ljDU let at u.w.. u??r OoTemuient
lYInuutr Utbcr mb3?-3t*
ITOU Kl.SX?A LA HUE FCRSISHED im'I TH
frobt room, with airova. #fV |*r inootb. alio
bru k ktablr. *."? j>er moiitb luyuire M-T 1' at n. w.
mu-.k-l.".'
I?OK hLST-1014 l.'.TH ST. S THREE
uuel) furiiiibrd Roouik, ?1th or without b>?nl,
bordlcs l'a*a tht' tloor. Wrum rnaaoiiable. It
L OH Hi;NT-TVSO PLEASANT COMMI'SICATINO
I urn ui m.h^l r-jt.>ms. ai X> H at. u.w , lirat aud ?raai
batk tid uuic tli>ot, alao hall rooiu furuubrd. Xt
t OR ULSl?L'NEI'KSTSHED RO Ms.ai lTAWi
for a ^luail taiiiiU or otlic*-*, at 1 'A>W fa. ava.
mhMt-.W _
OR RENT?8ECOSD STORV. NICELY FI R
ul?ti?l 10. in. guartt-r huura' walk troui peb?i< n
au<l | ;inui.k' ortlio.. BUitatiir tor ou? or tat); <8 |n-r
luouUi, thiruatory ba. k. A.j t*er mo.. N. J ava.
u.w. It*
?l^oR REST-FOUR UNFl'RSIHHED ROOMS US
an'oi.d door for houxc'?<?i'iuy. to partioa without
children. Ai V'ly at litb ?t n.w. uvh.io
FJU RENT ? LAKOE. WELL-Fl'RSIbHED HEC
oud-ktory trout rootu. ba> wiudow. u**?r .; iti.ca of
1325 fetbat. b.w.
F
F
F'OR REST?Musi M E^SANT ROOMS* US SEO
ond and third storiea. all lace atrert; three aouth
ern eli? aure. well turuiahtd, lu eaoelleut liuUW;
1MU V at. u. w. _ It*
L\)It REST-TWO OB THREE ROOMS ON SF.C
X otid floor. ftirnUhed or uuluruislied, auitable for
li^bt hotixekeei lnir. A('l>lf at <u7 otb at. b w. It'
.X)K REST?Fl"RNI8HED?DEXJOH . FCL. COOL
ai.d l ira .ant Rooms lorauminer, aiuifle or rti ?uue,
iruate twin. brst-claaa boai-d lu boua* M deaired.
01? luthat. u.w. iuh30-3t*
I ^OR REST?101 E 8T. S. W ?TWO DESIRABLE
unfumixhed coiumuuiratiiir rwiua, ?<Diid floor,
traa. hot aiui cold watei . bath aalue floor; uara |'?m
door; relereuce* exch^utfed. It*
1>)R RENT?TWO DELIOHTFCLLY LOCATED
-d atory communicating roomx; turiiialie?l or un
fumiKhed with a cova. northern and aouth^m ex|w.
sure; back | u/zn with tine view overlookiuir K at.,
near Waanintrtoii ci cle on Peun eve., gentlemen pre
ferred. Adaieaa Box ~J4. M?r office. It*
1,'OR RENT-N E COR. I'.TH AND I ST* S W~
JP iatv** double l'arlorw. alao Rooiua. or eu
suite, lumbhed or uuturiiUhed; aoutu trout, aaui
tarv piuml>iutf. tranaieut yucata aooouuuodated.
_iuh30-3t*
'OK RENT?FfRSISlIED AND INFIRSISHED
Rooiua. modem imfroveiueuta. berdica i?? tue
door ~'0X~ Vi at. u.w. iuhlKKJt*
J>OH RENT?ROOKS BUITABU FOR OESTLE
nien, near all the department*, hotein and theat. ra;
will Ittiuuh aa i<ailor bed-rootua; teitua moderate.
1^31 N. k. ave. mh'-'li at*
1X)R RENT?AN EXTRA LARGE HALL-KOOM
with j>i>-a?aiit aurroundlu^a; ui ?.Irrn lmprove
menta. amall aud QUiet lamily. 9u4 10th at. b.w.
mh^'W-'Jt*
I^OK RENT-A LARGETFURNISHED. SEOOND
atorj. aouth-front room heat, ^a? aud uae ol bath
and parlor, alao room ou third floor, above it, uufur
lusluxl. with board. 4.">3 U at. u.w. tub?M-3t*
1,'OR KENT-APARTMENT-DKSIRABLE apart
I ment will be aut>-ieaaed lor abort or louv period,
ii.oat eiiifib.e locality. Apply to uLu. Lt.uM S UiLL,
Aireut. 1731 H at. u.w. BihSIKK*
IX>K hlNl-A LADY IN PRESSING NEED OF
475 would board and ivoOi a oarty of three in l-ay
ment, lias a nice and weil-locat?d uouae. Aodrexn M
G. F., star office. lah^W-Vt'
F-^R KENT-ONE OR TWO OOMMCSTCATING
rooDiou ?d floor, furnished or unluruiahed. with
board: beat and ifa*; belt Uue cara paaa the door.
| 1^46 11that. u.w^.; referenceexihauarod. mhi.'W-itt*
! "IJ'OR ilEST-VERY DESIRABLE LARGE ROOMS;
| Jl furmahed or uuturnlahed; in a hand*ouie touae,
i rent low to auuuuer; taudly private. 0J4 Lat. u.w.
uih21?-:(t*
I TL^OR REST?1424 L ST., LARGE FROST ROOM
on third floor; :< ruoma t>u firat floor, uorth and
aouth ; alao 3 other rooms at 1433 Lat. Summer pneea.
[ uibv;a-3t*
1>>R RENT - FURNISHED ROOMS. SECOND
floor. 610 11th at u.w. mh^?-"t*_
X?OR KENT?1327 N StTn W? SUITE OF SICE
JT ly furmahed rooms, aoutheru expoaure. I<nvate
Umily'. convenient to 14th at. cars, pleaaant home lor
one or two i<ervoua. n?b".itMll*
For rent-rooms on second floor, very
commodious, lu Uew brick house, located 4o7 2d
at. u.w., with or without board, at reaaouabie rate*, by
day, week or mouth. iuh2?-3t* j
1J?OR REST?043 EAST CAPITOL ST.-A FUR
hikbed and uufumirhed room, with boaixl. pri
vate lamily; home cvmforu UiJH 2t*
|>OK RENT-ONE VERY PLEASANT FRONT
1/ room, with excellent board for two peraoua,
terms reaaouabie; possession 3d of ApriL Call a. t?07
13th st. u w., opposite Fraualiu park. li. Jll 31*
1WR RENT-THREE FURNISHED TtOOMS FOR ,
botiaekeepiUK. $15 a month, lu advance, or bed
room. wan best and litfht, (10; cara pass the door.
Apply ISOtJ 11th at. u.w. mh2tf-3t*
1^t?R RENT^ IN A CHRISTIAN FAMILV. i WO
hall rooma. with board. Prices t~~ aud t ; rat
ebces exchantred. Addreaa Box oil. Star office.
_nih2?-3t
J>OR REST-BEASOSABLE. PLEASANT ALCOVE
room, to oue or two gentlemen. if aa, bath aud heat.
141B 14th at u.w mh2W-?*
T^OK RENT?FURSIBHED AND UNFUKSI8HED
_1 rooma, with or without board; deiyrhtful house
aud ne.tfuborbood; summer pnees, aoutheru expos
ure : private lamily . uear cara. Addreaa M. P M . btar
office. mh'^-'it*
OR RENT-TWO FURSIBHED ROOMS tllToR
3 unluruiahed lor (12, or will rent one 2103 1st.
u.w. Iiih2?-2t*
|X>B BEST ? THREE PARTLY FURNISHED
F rooms for lipht housekeeplim. ras aud bath. also
one furnished with boa:d lor ifentleman. near ti.r<
lines of cars. 710 N st. u w. iuh2S*-3t*
f>OR RENT?IN A SMALL FAMILY, TWO UN
furuuhed, pleasant rooms, eecond flcor. #12 per
mouth, with lurht. first toor lar*e room, partly fur;
nished, (S per mouth. modern improvement*. SO t
titb st.u.w. in2M-2t*
1X)R KENT?HALF OF S-BOOM B^Y-WISLHIW
house, unfuruished rooms, very pleasant, diago
nally oi posite Eiantliu ayuare. private lamily; refer
ence , terms reasonable; 1224 I at. n. w. mh2y-2t*_
1~ X?K KE N T-FUBNISH ED. A 8ECOSD STOK Y
ro?.ui with table board f<-r one or two per?/ns. con
venient location. terma moderate; reierencea ex
chauKed;712 11th at. u.w. uih2u-2t*
FOR RENT?FROST AND BACE parlor. DIN
1U^ Room aud Kitchen ; n ut #20 per month: tur
liiture cau be purchased if dca:red; flrst-clasa location,
tiorthwest. Addreaa Box 11. SUr office. mh2W-2t*
IX>R REST?FCRSISHED?THREE LARGE
Rooms? south front; icriect repair. 1 umiahinira
all new and eleKaut. Sortleru private fauulc b<?rd
if deaired. 221 E st. n. wr. mli2S-3t*
1X>R RENT?1720 H ST S. W.. FIRST AND 8EC
ondlloors; near Metropolitan Clnbaudone sguare
west of W ar and Nary Deparuneut. mh2S-.)t"
IXWR-REST-FURNISHED FROST SUITE OF
X Rooms, back parlor; also front ruouia, with alcove;
use ot bath. 70H 11th st. n.w. iuh2S-3t*
1X;R KENT?PLEASANT BASEMENT AND FIRST
fl?K>r, separately or eu auite, tor hotisekeepiutc or
offices, lame yard aud rear alley, atabie accommoda
tion if desired, by permanent tenant. 732 Oil. at.
n.w. uih28-3t*
FOB BEST-TWO ELEGASTLY FURNISHED
rooms, private family. 1010 N st. n.w. mh2s-.lt*
_R REST NICELY ! URNISHElT ROOMS
with flrst-claaa board. 1416 S at. n.w znh28-lm*
l^ORREST?1750 MST.S.W.,FOUR DOORS EAST
r of Conn, ave., I leaaaut turuished double and ein
(rle rooms, with excellent taule board, at moderate
rates; references exchanged. _ mh2s-3t*
E?OB~RENT-LAROE SECOND STORY FROST
1 rooms. aiiiKle or eu auite. aoutheru -xpoeure lo
cation central; terms moderate. 201 K at. n W 2S-3*
FOR RENT-A GENTLEMAN OF~GOOD HABITS
wiahinv comiortably furnished pleaaant front
room lu quiet family, cau find aame at 6os C at. u e^
north aide Stautou mittaw. n. h2s-0t*
1>)R BENT?ONE"LARGE, NICELY FURNISHED
tront room; alao one hall room; will rent cheap.
634 Mary laud ave. ?.w. pih2S-3t*
TJOR rest-one furnished or usfur
r uiahed room, 436H H st.
Fw
; aou.hern expos
mh2?-3t*
la'OR REST-AT ?2? E ST. S W? FIRST DOOB
M from 7tb ?t. two lanrc connecting i*rlura, ant'
other rooma all wall loruiabed; wiih o* wlthou'
board.
FOR REKT-TWO PLEASANT BOOMb OK XV
door (rout, oue larff** and oue ball room; nxruiabad
or unfui nibbed. 10(W O it n. w.
FOR REST^AFRTL 1ST, BEAUTIFUL BRIGHT
rooiua; no board; summer pricee. 1331 a, St. u.w.
For reswx private family, two nicely
furnished front rooma; all modem improvements;
deal raMe house and location. Apply 1620 ?th at. U.W.
mh2tt-3t*_
1SOB BENT?SIS 11TH STBEET N. .W, ONE
' furnished or partly furnished room on Sret Boor;
no objection to business or houaekaepUwr; price
arate. ears peas the door. mh2s-3t*
LOB BENT?NICELY FURNISHED BOOMS EN
r suite or aittffle. with board: French family; at WW
21st u.w., one-half block from Peuna. ave car.
Bkm?J
Fob bent-fcbmished boom ob 'booms
convenient to belt Una ut can and pension ofltoa.
302 Mat.a.w. mh26-0t*
Lob bekt-lochlel house, bis utb st.
r n.w., furnlahed rooma with board; central loca
tion . tarma moderate mhlK-tW
1U0 H at B.W. Befereneas. mlS-Sw*
E^BOBBENT-FOUB BBAUTtFTTLBOOMB. IN ?
vata family, foruiahed. large Oom.
?ae; south and east (runt; ouea flre-plaaae Is m
om :refereoi-ea required. 1101 E a. w. asll-1
FOR RENT -FLATS.
*70* eckt-m??s*ce flat*. n w.oobkc*
m 1 ? tb ud U iu n v.. 4i?rUMftls uf (car hwM
with Iwtb. mrnlabed . cRoMg k?MM;
eoothem
J
FOR RENT?ST A BLES.
IjVB RENT -STABLE. Rt AH ?*7 L ST mrt
alalia . room !>* I* i trrltfM. Aiyl) Iti
R CtNNINUHAM. 14Qo I at. a. w nfrli'
FORSAL E?M1>C ELLA N EOl* S
1>)R KALE ? HtMlKiVI MlLLlOk k OlTFT
brvngl.am. rbtw . alnioat rood aa aev Aifir
private itibir wu IM g ai a.? baJMv
yut uit~FKuiii)ri.i)it rritannica *4
r *?le con lew lu date, Wtb edition y?ar tew
tor It. *5 vt in. .i.ih . I?imt ulunauon oa ell twin
can matter* tiMmu I. B. ia. Mtar ott.w Bab.Hai-.lt*
*vih hAl.E - 1 II '1.H.KAI HIC OCTFIT 01*
r) let* . Atiftri wmmk* u>**rJ) UfW. alar Mid vlll
4&*>aijd ??*? kit*. <\?t # 1,' 1 |>rk* #Ho . will dimi-me
1-1 r?intra or !*??? himi wi<?r?trly kdSt^tm
"y hUr offe*. 1
LH)K *ALt.-FAMILY UOILnIu kIM> %? K LAMK
I Ju?t tn>iu U* country. ( AubrmeU mud awi. at
49?r> K it. i.?.
uxhAO '^r i. TAYLfckK
F'or >a;.i ni, vi ii^n iu.i whtf.k road
Kam i. To be aaru at CLAKR ? Stable, u ?t . tot.
17th ami IstR aUUIr
f>?K SAi.E - i III VI' A HhM i'I.A?* MKI
ITtaif nal*'. ha* r.Miii'4 euera. in* d.- l? It a rA.
anil roil ibn .at t m i? A liarvaiu t. eeil at oik* i-aati or
time. Ad .rrn IV & 11 i.t, Mar i (tic.' nil '."h .it*
mXMTsALk-A THottUlUIIBUKD~K>N\, WllU
I ?-ert and harneea. Auo at etalalc lb rear .>1 I
UM.IN,t,?, nli.it> Ot
ITOb haii ??...? i'mk bATOifiku mm m
I Ivrtfrl Itia k Vliiut\*a, till l??-et Us''rt kuown
Al?u, ijmi.J -aim Sot aale lud lau> Ivan* It
qUIIWW Q. LER. 171W I til at. ?.? It*
LVK H4LE-I LADIU FINE GOLD HATCH
M iiwro umii k?i #. O.at'l ael> for A.aO owner tb
beed ul UUMJ . A ildir?c LAI.N l> 1. Him iR. e it"
,h>r su.e a SI Ah Ha idr- MCUl hii|K
lioiee.e** reu'bet. m good condition. Aprir ?! HA*
LNNi k> Bakery. iiiiuA^'.t*
J^OR SXLl.-lLMIVKAh'i Ul MOVAL.f
I'ctU tlir completion of ?.} new eta-ee on tlie eoutb
weet corner of I "a ave. and l'.'tb >1 a. ?, I anil be
pleeaed to awmj petrvna at r.tkit
F. FlUeet California * niea Mid Brandiaa at Want
JTiora. I am alao the a'lr imil for 1 itu.Uf aii>l Her -
fectlou Rye abd Kabluck) bour Maab * liletna Call
tor price llat.
H A SELKmoN
W iae and Liquor Mrivuaut
b"4 *Aa.tlm ?>.'? lKti. at. u m.
1*C>R &ALL - HAMIKOMK BAKV-t AKIUAuIL
Prio* 110. Cali Iwtaaen > and W tliu evrniuf of $
and IU Mouda) bioniiwr lot!) at ?? It*
hH>R>Al.l-A<.Al\ ?1 CO MR TO TMK FROMT
with the trreateat ofler U> ilanv huyrra ?c ba?a
a l'labo with iloulile v*-ue?-red i-uv, i?*?'itituj.y Ab
IniumI. rouihlnatlon and aoiid |>Kl*ala aiaio'rai. I> ??
rra?e<l. ?a .n^iuir uiuaK- drak. uiooam ir..-??. rai.d
Ktiiu'l) imi i <il I'llaatera. overairubK araii. tiir^a
atrinira. itury Irs-,, re|?a;iUir action, runiu.a u>
Lin***, bii kel-tvlatrd rail and lull trot) ftaiua, ynn-,
t $ III <aan and #10 l<ar luobtlL Ul uo Mm.' a
HCO..VJ5 7th at u w. n.;iii
1, OK hALK-A HI. A I TIfVlcHK.nI M l KADDU
M K>U> , 14H uaiula. veQ att llah . t Icbt) . ?{ lile Hb?
ktm artitui. In quire of Ai>l>lHON liAii.li.ai Jo nil
lihwo 't a labia. li'^T U at. u. a . lub'M - M'
V?R S ALL
r tOHS M. rocsa
li.ntaa t'amajre bu: ? ra lo ' uu.ma bi? lanre ato-k o(
>e? and i~v<,ud baud \eub iaa ol All Sl>iaa. at lua
New Rc|vaitor), 47t? and 4M C at I. w ,
_mh.'Ul-;tiu bear of Rational Hotel
BJUX-ORK i hand ukAxrif
I rvht llano. 'J Illy * 7.> cash; warranted in food
order. Alao. a uew <Jrifali for B-S caaii. 174 i* . th
at. U.a. Uihlto .lt*
I^OR HALE-AT ONE-HALF ORIGINAL CRICK,
tor want ot u<e. a medium.?i jed ba> klare. ^euila,
till bad halMta. !>lHl at. UW u,L.t<Kt[
1>JK SALE SMALL M VLlSU HRorOHAM IX
F ixrfect t.n'er. ?-oa? *BOU. faiuilv 4V111* town and
aill a.-li tor It lid Mi. VERSION U11.R1 al AHLLii,
1 -th a I- bear cor. M II n w. liih.lt>-Xt"
1>>R SALE?PIAKOR?SEVERAL NEW IKHTRC
J tuenta but alurhU) ua^d. trou. 4IWI to S4.MI. al
the ibUKic atore ? .f K. 1 l<h< KJI". Ha. a?. .
Ui~l? Ol Aareot lor b;eiuaa> A Kon'a Puabua.
1.HJR BALE-IN 1 111
I* AMERICAN CYCUiFiDl A
yon hare the aubaiauce oi IO.UOU Tola.. Ul a ahelf full
ot booka. tlaat < ??t the pubaiabera over half million of
doll.ua to coiu|4et? It. Anwiiffwinebta are bvff
Uiade aa> that an>i.be can obta t. tlua irreat libran of
Mt ivlii* Ad.V o. bo* .loo bih3l> lolMai
OR SALE- BURSE, VIROIMA BAT OLLhl.Vo,
1? haiiiiK . Itwhi 1.100 . aouud, kiud and ran tie,
all >eaia old ; aiiiootli. ran trot 111 ^ .lu or better Ad
draaa R. ti RAbt'Ol a, t i^leii. kaiiur*. \ a u..> eoja *
F-''OB~?ALE--c'HLAi'- lul NH ~SORREL MAbk.
aouod aud tentle. will ataud anywuert . auitabie (< .r
lady to drive, iuguire at Itfm and L a la u w uiVI*-:>t*
|>OR SALE-FIVE COLONIES OF ITALIAN
I beea. with tea led IJaeeiia. lb three double 1 l,afl aud
t*<? oiie-i.t..ry aiuij i.. it> hi>ea, lor ?hall t-nca.
Addrene o. M. M.. biar odloa. aili^f-Kl
1>()R KALI -A HVt lo.\ M AI.E IN EkCLLLLRT
A oomliUou. 1 heaii. C. T. CARlER R CO.. n<"l 1%
aae. ll.V. lnh-H-.lt
I.Xih SALE-AT A BAROAIN. FlKNTTLRk AM.
k|>|'Ui leiiabcea ot acouii'leleljr luriuahad 11-ruoiu
brack daeiliuir, uonliweet. e\er>lhlutf fun liaard new
Jan. 1.1 SMi Any one deairnur lo laaaru lurther iwr
ticuiara xMreaa, before A|?ll o. Roa 60, Star otlio*
U.U.UM'
IVtK tiALr TWO VEUT BEACTIFtX VI'KIOB r
llaliois lull ecale, KTaalid ai'llou, loa^tuOi?. t lobe
gualuiea. l??i i.iakera^ not a uiar or a rauh on <4tber,
coat rvaivcl \ei> 44-o aud S V>0. oab be bad now lor
t'JKO abd a.7.1. eaaay rayiueuu luobliuy, 01 ri'aaua
able diacouut, ball or all caah.
lhea>- tao liiabuacalue in to-day,
bee theiu for aarreat barvaib
XUE PIANO EX?.HANuE NEW WARrROOlCS.
THE LLAXilNu l lA_Nu BoL'nE.
m2# >13 Pa ave.
I^OR SALE-A 46-INCH BICYCLE. AMERICAN
Ideal, iateet atjle, nearly uea A haryaii.. lu
yuire al 11 lit i'th at n w ua'V-iit*
i, OR 8ALB?NEW FL'KNITt'RE OF SMALL
J bouee very low. will aell aa whole or er|terau-o.
Addi'eaa Roa 10. Star office. wkjU-KI*
1>iU SALE-AN II I. BO*. nTarTV NEW. slll
anle lor adair: luaii. ki ? *rj aualaaa . tea can?, rut
etable bench and email coSee uilll- Inquire al , 1 i< M
at. U.W. tuh-'bdf
IVOR SALE?BY FRANK H I'l.Lol 2L, 1 dl3 F ST.
lo sbarna Hank ot R. | ublio.
s bar* a l.|ectric Lurht
10 Sbarea "belt" Railroad.
loo nharr him Eire liieurance
J00 shartaa 1 ..muibia.
loo siiaitw Ma?bib?-ton Market.
6 bharea Nail, .ual Safe l'fj.^alt. Olli?SSt
F
70R SALE-1HE ADILRTlsER ABol'T TO RE
. biove hia rvaudebce lo a diaUanl city, and U. al >d
the auuoyaiice aud lncobveuiepce ol |;ublic auclaon.
will aell at |>rlvete eale the enure conteuu ot hn- >lai>le
at any aacrince. It cobaiala ot oue extraordinary
haudaome mare, 7 yeaar* old, 1 .i\ liai.da hiarh. la a per
fect yviilieuieu'a roaaalater. baa yraat eiidurauoe, cau
road la baiiea an hour, Irul a lulie better tuau 2 oil,
abd uaouud, kind and parte, 1. Nu i> a hne oom
MK'tly-made coupe or buaineaa horae, Weirfha ab. 'it
1100 lbe.. le a rod driver, kiud and areutleevrry way.
No. 3 la aauperior dnviur abd aadilie ware, S 3 ra old.
aouud aud eale. will i-iaud without tyiiaaa. tearieee of
locomoti *?, baa ai era) a been u?ed hy hadiee in |*uiai -
phaetob, and la bi<rtiiy racomia.m.ded to anyone m
eearvb ol a aale abd reiiaide annual. Alao a fine irenlie
pob> for cluidreii, ti J m. old. A haudaome viiiaae
cart aud barueaa to lualcte A euperior cuatoui "??L
lAaytob aairob. Uaed one aeeaon. A handa uie faiili^r
top ladiee loby phaetob. Ab eierent aideuar, eiuit
lug-top buaory. eqiiai to new fvt aiuvie ooU|ie har
ueaa. Twoeeta bua()r> harneea. robea, bhauketa, *?',
Re. All *ial be a> Id aeparate. Tboee wbo have not
aulfii leul i-obtldeiice lu tholr own eoillty lo | '
Ml ibvite.i to biiuir their JuO?wa or liverymen witR
tiieiu ar. tliey uiuiat be dia|mM^l .4 at ouce. aud any i~wa
?>uaiiie oiler will be ooualdered. For an inepocUoia,
trial and all information. ai>ply at oaiaer'a aul.ie >u
ld;h at., rear ol realdabiw. lJUl R et- b.w mh^?-3t*
I >t)R SALE?Ml HEAD OF K1NE HORSES AND
r luarea at 1 h V SON HOCsE SI ARLEb, . "r 7 th and
? eta. n.w H M. K COLE. mh'.'S-ttt*
I,V)R SALB-WE HAVE RESl ME.D Ol R FIsH
A 1 mmnea* and are |<r<;pared to t urn.ah all ailiiia of
lolouac Hah. either freab or aell, at the aborieat
noti?e. He invite tbe public,and taieciaio our Old
cuaiouiera, toaniv u? a caali, and we will eudeavor ka
I'ltaaM aiid true aatielaa'liou. at IlibeL wuarl.
l?|ephone call db4-d. Rue) a office
mb-s lm b J.BEED* BRO
IX1R SALE?STOCK. FIXTI RES AND LICEBSB
A ol bar room . alao, bagatelle table, intfood Ix-atlou,
hortbae?t. Apply to Ui.>n 1 HlX. 44d 7Uaet a w.
mi 7-41
1>>K SALE WYCHO-PlTTERN SAETETY BI' V
1 le. ladiee' or ireuUrmian'a. baile all over 1 reuieet,
nronireat ?udclo-apoet. beat lamp, laeib aak iiei a.. J
tooia. Apply by letter or aller ti p. lu , Mr EA1.M1-R.
SOi< 8th at. li.a. uah.S-tk'
LX?U SALE-BED FEATHERS 16r A IvlMi. NEW
A and clean beddin* uiade to oider orden b) imail
ami other alee de.ivered SI ANDARD Ek.AiHL.li
DLSlERco^tfoa Hat. n.a. _ ulilMM'
iJH>B SALE-A1 NEW luliK ' VRL1AOE AND
Harbeaa be|o?it.T). three Caamaae* abu Harneaa.
pariy leavinir the city , alao la rye vai el) ot C?rrta*ea.
buinruaa, suiriaaa, Da> lona, Eitei.aiob loiw, buaibeaa
Maa-ona ol ail at)aaaai. both uew aoad eeuouu-uaml
Laiye a lock of Hariieaa. We eali tor caaaa ortim>
U M. E". oil EH. 4txi Pa. era, nw. mttXj
A. OR SALE ? OKEAT BAROAlS - BEAL'TUCL
A carved palaelnd uaaar Cablbel Ul abd Flalao. eUpevS
tone. I rebvb aiaod ieiawt.ua aa-Uou . aruod aa laew;
oriaiba. price ?ooo. cab be Ooucni tor S1W5.
U. L. W ILD * bitOK,
mh2&-2w* 7th au a.m. _
? OR bALR
r SPECIAL'
Actual banrlaaia m a uumbar of alurbtlf need llaiaoe
and Otvaua, ui perfect order. Sold <>n a.> paynienla
Dib'iS-tilap al. O. SMI IU. 1 '^'XO Pa. aea.
1 OR SALE?Jl ST ARRIVED FORTY HEAD OF
r choice Dnvlutf, saddle. 1 .aac h, aud Draught Horaea.
X pain ol mau bed Draught Horaea, aeirut 1.40i)
na.li bear lo Sua-Carruara Moraae. 4 or 6 flue bao.lia
lloraaa, eeveral nue Can Horaea.and a tew larui mareei
the reel are aultaiue tor ail purpoaaa, pneaa tfuiu 4od
to s?'50. we have alao on baud * Sue Road Honaee that
can trot belter than Hmlniitea, ail a lock Warranted a*
fair trnal tfiveu aud aallalaliob aruar
W. YATtJI A DOS, la Rear o> S1V a at
B.w. mbKO-gw
F" )B SALE-SEVERAL FINE CARR1AOES. OOB
?latluir of oue eietraut Brewater Lalmau. one haud
aome French Broi^haua. oue 1 -Cart, aimoel uew . oua
tlatfiieh Landau, aud ooe I nrllab \ Irtona. fknea rar
naaee are Ua leriwt couditaa b, aad will lac eold .Reap.
Notice?Fnvale taualalea. deairoua ol eaAlaer buy ilac or
aelUu* tunaouia, will Aud it to tlaair edveaiase to eail
OB ma, aa niy laa lnuee lor the purrbaae and aaaa '4
wee. Carnaafee Harneea. Ac., are auaurpaaaed. aud
himar. -*-*-"!?# and aWnace laciliuea afa na
iad b) any eababi lahment in UiU louuirr.
'mhlb-.liu MM F. DoMNAt. lii.uLat I*
IMIR eALE?PIAXiO BARGAINS?PIANOS TUNED
to Uie biff beat dasrei ot ekawlaeuor. oruera oy
mail attended to. PFLLI'y A-u ? CONLIFF.
mliHHm iiBlUkk
FIR SALE-THE LAROKST STOCK AND
variety In tSe city of Bumnea, Ek.-1
RA-Top Surrey*, " ~ "
sarreya, 2 aud d s
\n v.naa. Doctor Pbaetona a apw la.t)
farant kin da of bu
lor the Columbia
allow work wlaelSaar you
our. IMh aud N. Y. ava
r In tSecily of Buvmea, Em.-lap WiiSH
luirrya, Cnt-luie amrrera. Oauopy-TeB
aud d Snruar Phaebaaa, Mmial urr pbaaaab ua.
Doctor Phaeiona a naia.lt. aad Ax A) dii -
bualimae a aaroua and iracAl. aaalr |M
we Saggy Co. vahlclaa. bo trouble la
'tRaar you buy or aoA, i. L PRoBRA,
Y. aea. and1230 aad it a.w. mbs-3a
F
_ - M1 nk| []iolVka
oi ua* - ?21aJicr. *r?. w"* "?
aud pnaaa Hat.
NOTARIES PUBLIC.
/-WNMDHIOKUOr DEEDS VUBBVBBX ST.
RkTwiTls^UraLa.v U^siaauwTs
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