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SOCIAL MATTERS.
Another Charitable Kntertalnment?
Personal Note*.
Mr* Harrison euia down stairs renter Jar
morning for the first time since her illness to
receive the Japanese prince and princess and
suite. She expects to be able to receive tbe
ruests invited for the reception at the White
House to-night Mr. McKee arrived in the city
last evening and will eecort Mr*. McKee to
Florida, leaving here to-morrow.
One of the moat faahionable of tbe charity
affairs undertaken this season will take place
at Aibangh's opera house on Thursday after
noon. April 11. at 3 o'clock. Tbe managers of
the Home for Incurable* and those of the Hu
mane society have united forces and will divide
l?b.?r and profits of tbe entertainment for their
respective charities. The talented young so
ciety people who have consented to take part
are Mrs. J. C. Fremont, Jr., who will sing;
Mr. Jobn Sidney Webb, Mr. Buckley. Mr. Wen
dell. Miss Katie Beach and Miss Alice
Kiddle, who are cast for the plar in
? In Honor Bound," and W. 8. Gilbert s
"Sweethearts." Mr. Jack Biddle and Miss
l>eering will play a duet on tbe guitar and
mandolin in Spanish costume, and Miss Louise
Cleveland Shepard will sing. The managers on
behalf of tbe Home for Incurables having
charge of this musical and dramatic entertain
ment are Mrs. Sidney Everett. Mrs. J. C. Ban
croft ; Davis. Mrs. George N. Beale, Mrs. Hop
kin*. Mrs. Hazen, Mrs. Billings, Mrs. Wallacn,
Mrs. Biggs. Miss Voorhees. Mrs. I). P. Morgan,
Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Hill and Mrs. George B.
Loring. TL-.se on the part ef tbe Humane So
ciety are, Mrs. Hugh McCullocb, Mrs. E. C.
lialliday, Mrs. Biatchford. Mrs. Field, Mrs.
Kvarts. Mrs. McLean, Mrs. Langhton, Mrs.
Ureelev, Mrs. Palmer, Mrs. Hagner and Mib*
Bayard.
Mrs. A. W. Greely's many friends will be de
lighted to know that she has recovered from
Ler recent illness and is now returning to a
participation in society affairs after a period of
retirement for the death of her father.
Mrs. Windom. who has been in New York for
the past fortnight, returned to the citv a few
days ago. and is at the Arno. She will be at
borne to her friends to-morrow, and will be as
sisted in receiving them by her elder daughter,
who i* now with her.
Mrs. A. M. Kodgers. of 608 12th street, who
has been very ill for several weeks, is still cou
lined to her bed and cannot receive her friends
who call. Her condition for awhile, recently,
w as very serious.
Mrs. Henry B. Elliot, formerly Miss John
ston. of this citv. has been very ill in New York,
but is now on the road to recovery.
Gen. Sampson, past grand commander of
the G. A. K.. department of Colorado, will give
a paper entitle <1 "The Music of War" before
mi invited aiidlencc in Miss Bansom's studio.
Wednesday evening. April 3. < 'hoice vocal
and instrumental music will add to the eve
ning'* enjoyment.
Mrs. Walter 8. Perry is very ill at her home.
No. 721 12th street northwest.
Representative J. N. Pidcock, of White House,
N. J., and Miss Harrie W. Gray, were married
at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs.
J no. W. Gray. No. 814 11th street northwest, at
10 o'clock this morning, by the Bev. Samuel
Domer, D.D.. of St. Pad's English Lutheran
church. The bride was attired in a beautiful
traveling costume ot latest imported difectoire
dark olive broad- loth, trimmed with tan, tm
brodered in gold, with hat to match. The
family, relatives, and a few intimate friends
witnessed tbe ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Pid
cock left on the 11 o'clock train for tbe south.
Mrs. Win. A. Hammond entertained a com
panv of ladies at breakfast at the Country club
to-day. The table was laid for fourteen and
was decked with spring blossoms. The guests
were tbe Marquise Lanza and Mrs. S. S. How
land. of New York; Mrs. Bugher, Mrs. Hazen.
Mrs. Bobert Hinckley. Mrs. John F. Bodgers,
Mrs. Hornsbv, Mrs. N. S. Lincoln, Mrs. Win
lock. Mrs. Lieut. Logan. Mrs. A. Cleveland
Tyler, Miss Ede* and Mrs. William Corcoran
Hill.
Mrs. Ricketts is still lying rerv low. Her
condition r. ma,ns unchanged. Mrs. Chauncey
Burr, her daughter has not yet arrived in this
country.
Mrs. Hearst will give a luncheon of fourteen
covers on Thursday in honor of Madam
Berrada. who. with her daughters, the Misses
Rose and Constance Lterrada. return to New
York city ou Saturday. Mrs. Hearst's other
guests, and Mrs. and Miss Head ^Mr. Head has
gone to New Mexico), Miss Moore, of San
Francisco, and Miss iSuttertield. Mrs. and Miss
Head will leave for California about the 1st of
May. Mrs. Hearst, while in New York last
week, saw Mrs. Kiucaid and her son. Mr
iieorge W. Kincaid. sail for Europe. Mrs.
Hearst has Made no plans for speuding the
summer, but will probably join Mrs. Kincaid in
Europe, and travel through Norwav. Sweden,
Busoia and Denmark, during the summer
months. Mrs. Hearst expects to have her
household goods packed Mini stored in the
Fairchild house, on New Hanishire avenue,
sometime in the latter weeks of May. and does
not expect to go to California this year. Senator
Hearst, too. will not go west, but will overlook
the repairs he proposes to make npon bis re
cent purchase in real estate. The bouse will
be changed in its interior arrangements
and extended. Mr. Hearst owns the ground
that lies between his own house and that of Mr.
S. S. Cox's house and will build thereon a mu
sic-room and art gallery that can be used for a
ball-room if occasion require. The dining
room will be enlarge <L All the changes made
will be marked bv absolute simplicity of style
and finish. The Senator and Mrs. Hearst wish
to bave in it for themselves a homelike, plain
house that they can feel to be their own.
Nominations Confirmed.
The following nominations were confirmed
by the Senate yesterday: John T. Abbott, of
New Hampshire, to be envoy extraordinary
and minister plenipotentiary of the United
States to the republic of Columbia; Edwin H.
Terrell, of Texas, to be envoy extraordinary
and miuister plenipotentiary of the United
States to Belgium: Ellis H. Roberts, of New
York to be assistant treasurer of the United
States at New York city, in the state of New
York; James N. Huston, of Indiana, to be treas
urer of the United States; Lewis Wolfly, to be
governor of Arizona; Louis A. Walker, of
Helena. Mont., to be secretary of Montana;
(ieorge L. Shoup, of Salmon City, Idaho,
to be governor of Idaho; Edward J.
C urtis. of Boise City, Idaho, to be sec
retary of Idaho from February 12, l"tf*9; Charles
F. Ashley, of Chatham. N. Y.. to be agent for
the Indians of the Cheyenne and Arapahoe
agency, in the Indian territory; Charles R. A.
Schobey, of Bridgetown. Mont., to be agent for
the Indians of the Fort Peck agency, in Mon
tana; William W. Junkin, of Fairfield. Iowa, to
be an Indian Inspector: James E. Kelley, of
Bloommgton. Neb., to be receiver of public
moneys at Bioonnngton. Neb.; also a large
number of postmasters, including Thomas
Dawson, at Bockville. Montgomery county,
Md.. and Charles H. Walker, at Frostburg, in
Alleghany county, Md.
A Spartan Mother.
from tbe Bn?l4?r<>ri News.
Mrs. Eunice Viola Edwards, who died in
Kaeton last week, was a woman of the old
fwsh.oued stamp. She was the mother of fif
teen children, twelve boys and three girls.
Wheu asked one time what she waa raising so
loany boys for she replied that she waa bring
ing them up to light for their country. When
the war broke out. five or six of her sons were
old enough to go to tbe front, and every one
volunteered. Her husband. Albert Edwards,
alao tried to enli*t. but was too old. A Bridge
port lady, who had only one son, waa talking
with Mrs. L.lwarJs one dav and expressed fear
that her only child might have to go to war.
??Six of mv sons are there," said Mrs. Ed
wards. "my husband tried to go. aud I am mad
because 1 am not a man so I can go, too."
is* .
Caarwrrmas' Stbikch is Two Cm**.?In St.
Lotus about I.'JUO of the U.OUO carpenter* in
thai citv went on a strike yesterday. The
ceases leading up to this action are a demand
of the men for an eutht-hour day and forty
cents par hour a* standard wages'. At Syra
cuse. V Y., the different branches of the car
penter* union and joiners' and builders' union
ordered its members hereafter to work only
nine hours for a day's work. The bosses will
not accede.
?>i
Exraaoatkiaaai RaiLaoamao.?At Findlay,
Oh-o. yesterday, after several unsuccessful at
tempts. the New York. Mahoning aud Western
succeeded Sun-lay m crossing the Lake Erie
and Western. Immediately after the Lake Brie
faat tram paaaed. going east. 100 men in hiding
ruahed to the crossing and succeeded in getting
the ir?ik laid before the Iatke Erie people
could get a switch engine back to the main
track. The work was all done in a drenching
rain.
- " ?' -
Th-- naval commissioner* have inspected the
locks in the canal between the Mississippi river
and Lake Eorgue. and have been examining
tbe nature of tbe ground around Sew Orleans
to ascertain its capability of supporting a dry
dock. The commission have gone to Pasoa
goula and the Bay of Biloxi to examine their
advantage*
Tbm Tsxas legislature has passed a bill leasing
the old capitalbuilding at Anstta for ten years
saaum to the board of director* of
the Confederate soldiers' home, and an annual
revenue la rentals will thus be derived of
to the hut**.
18 MAJOR LYDECKER GUILTY?
M?J. Davis, .ludgt Advocate of the Court
.Martial, Argues That He la.
the prosecuting office* contends that the
EV1DENC1 BEFOBE THE COCBT CLUSLT PROVES
THAT *AJ0B LTDECEEB ZS OCILTT O* "SEOLECT
OW DCTl" AS CHABOED.
The eighth session of the Lydecker court
martial, and the lat>t as far as active operations
are concerned, wan began promptly at 10 o'clock
this morning. There were a number of ladies
present, besides several well-known military
men. The Judge-advocate announced that the
record of yesterday's proceedings, consisting
of the arguments of the counsel for the de
fense. had not yet been completed, but that he
was ready to proceed with his argument in sup
port of the prosecution of Major Lydecker. He
thereupon began to read his address, which
had been prepared, and occupied thirty or
more pages of type-written matter. The ma
jor's full, deep voice, in no wise impaired by
the severe tasks that have been imposed npon
it during the tri^|. seemed in perfect condition,
and his utterance whs very clear.
Gov. Itoutwell was not present when the
judge-advocate began to read, but Mr. Swift
and Major Lydecker sat in their corner in pa
tient attention.
The arguments of the defense yesterday and
the absence of any indication of the line to be
pursued by the prosecution caused considerable
curiosity as to how Major Davis would handle
the case. The evidence, being to some extent
fragmentary and not rebutted in any way bv
the defense, did not show anything 'of a clue
to his argument, and his course was closelv
followed by both the court and the visitors.
The major was provided with quite a bulwark
or law books in front of him. and as he read
he made frequent references to the pages
marked by little slips of paper, reading bis
precedents at length.
THE QUESTION OF JURISDICTION.
The judge-advocate began his argument with
a reference to the question of the jurisdiction
of the court. He said that if the offense alleged
is not an offence according to the articles of
war, or if it be one over which a court-martial
has no jurisdiction further proceedings in it
would be in error. The accused is an officer of
the army, and as such amenable to trial by a
legally constituted court-martial. As to the con
stitution of this court there is no doubt.
THE OFFENSE CHABOED
in "neglect of duty to the prejudice of good
order and military discipline." The major
took up in order the separate phrases that go
to make up the offense. Anv dutv may be re
quired of an individual of the military estab
lishment which pertains to the corps, depart
ment , or arm of service to which he belongs
by competetent authority. There could be no
doubt, that the construction of the tunnel
was. in kind, an appropriate one
for the accused to perform-, he is an officer of
engineers, and the duty contemplated the con
struction of an engineering work. It was also
imposed in occordance with section 1800, R. 8.,
placing the Washington aqueduct under the
sole control of the chief of engineers. Further
sections declare the aqueduct to be a public
work lor the purpose of supplying water to the
public buildings. These statutes give the work
the character of a military duty, and a neglect
of such a duty imposed upon an engineer
officer becomes a neglect of military dutv, and.
as such, prejudicial to good order and military
discipline.
The speaker cited the case of Rankle agt, the
United States, the case of Smith agt. Whitney
and others, and then passed to the considera
tion of the charge and specifications. It was
alleged that the accused, in the execution of
bis duty, did. from March 14. 1887, to Septem
ber 30, 1887, culpably fail to exercise the proper
and necessary supervision, and by culpably
failing to give the work the personal inspection
which it required,
ENABLED THE CONTRACTORS TO EVADE THE BE
QU1REMENTS OF THEIB CONTRACTS.
''That the contractors did evade, or did not
fulfill the requirements of their contracts, can
not be doubted," said Major Davis. "The first
two contracts did not, in specific terms, require
that the packing should be done by 'expert
stonemasons.' They did require, however, a
kind of work, namely, rubble masonry and con
crete work, which none but expert stone
masons were capable of doing. It was a class
of work that laborers were not capable of per
forming; and that none but reliable, experi
enced masons were capable of doing.
"The testimony shows that laborers were em
ployed to do the work; that work wortliv to be
classed as rubble masonry was not done; that
neither the accused nor his principal assistant
knew for nearly two years that it was being
n.-glieently and carelessly performed, and his
knowledge was then derived not from his
supervisory staff, but
FROM CHARGES MADE IN THE PUBLIC PRESS."
This declaration caused a little ripple of ex
citement in the court-room, while the major
went on to consider the failure of Major Ly
decker to personally inspect the work. He
said that the responsibility of an officer for the
performance of a duty largely depends upon
its character; the amount of care and personal
supervision and inspection on his part should
be in proportion to the magnitude, noveltv.
and importance of the duty undertaken. lie
defined negligence as the failure to do what a
reasonable and prudent person would ordinarily
have done under the existing circumstances.
"THE DUTY OF THE ACCUSED,"
said the judge-advocate, "was to see that the
contract was executed itrictlv in accordance
with its terms. The dnty was to nse care. As
to the amount and kind of care which devolved
upon the accused in the prosecution of this
work. I think I can establish to the satisfaction
of this court that the requirements of the mili
tary %nd the common law are identical; that
the standards of military resjionsibility do not
differ, in kind or degree, from those estab
lished by the common law." He cited from
Shearman's Law of Negligence to prove this
point.
MAJOR LTDECKEB BESPONSIBLE.
"The commander of an army or a company,"
he continued, "is held by the constant ancient
and unbroken custom of the military service,
by the requirements of military law, and by the
standard of military discipline, to a precisely
similar accountability in any and everv respect.
The commanding officer?the engineer-in
charge?is solely and entirely responsible for
the execution of the work"; it matters not
what that work may be, the conduct of
a campaign, the construction of a perma
nent work, or the construction of a tun
nel. All power is his, and all responsibility is
his. the honors of victory; the renown of suc
cessful professional achievement is his; the
bitterness of defeat or the mortification of pro
fessional failure he can share with none. He
chooses his subordinates, subjecting them to
such tests of fitness as he pleases to impose; he
frames rules for their guidance and conduct;
for neglect, misconduct, or incapacity he dis
misses them if they be civilians, or brings
them to trial if they be military persons amen
able to the articles of war."
A POOR BILE WHICH WON'T WOBE BOTH WATS.
'?If those subordinates turn out well," said
the judge-advocate, "the credit is his; if they
turn out to be dishonest, incompetent, or un
worthy the responsibility is his. and his alone.
The rule of responsibility for which the accused
contends is neither jnst nor fair; it would have
iveu Lee credit for Chancellorsville, but would
ave relieved him from responsibility for An
tietam. Gettysburg, and Malvern Hill; it would
have given Grant credit for Vicksburg and Ap
pomattox Court-House, and would have ex
empted him from responsibility for Pittsburg
Landing; it would have given the accused
great personal and professional credit had the
tunnel scheme been carried to successful com
pletion, but would have relieved him from a
similar responsibility for it* present condition
of utter and complete failure.
LIKE AXOLES' VISITS, ETC.
The amount of personal inspection given by
Major Lydecker to the work was reviewed. Few
of the workmen knew him, feared him, or
dreaded his coming. His visits to the works
must have been of the rarest and most infre
quent occurrence. Lieut. Townsend speaks of
two months intervening between visits. Mr
Kirlin saw him in the tunnel verv rarelv" The
sub-inspectors rarely saw him. He seems never
to have visited them to verify their instructions
to see that they properly understood them, or
to ascertain, by personal inspection, whether
thev were carrying on the work properlv. The
night work was left with no supervision what
ever save that of Sub-Inspector O'Brien, who
seems to have stood in sore need, not only of
supervision, but of support and instruction as
welL There was
NO 8T8TEMATIC METHOD
of beginning and ending work, nor doe* there
seem to have been a rigid adherence to the rule
that no work should be carried on in the ab
sence of a sub-inspector, even if there was such
a rule in existence, for the evidence fails to
show it.
"I think the result shows that Lieut. Town
send, though zealous, energetic and well mean
ing, was less suspicious than he ought to have
been. The frequent presence of the accused
in the tunnel would have supplemented Lieut
Townsend's endeavors and would have pre
vented or brought to light, many of the defects
which were later discovered by Mr. Sparrow's
sounding bar."
A mTCAL ADMISSION or THE FACTS chabobd.
The judge-advocate referred to the fact that
the defense bad not claimed a close supervisi
on over the work, but that be endeavored to
show, by hypothetical questions to the expert
witnesses, that the want of personal tepervia
lon. alleged as a neglect, was in fact no neglect,
but the correct method of carrying on engi
neering work of the kind under investigation,
i his, claimed the Judge-advocate, is* ?n indi
rect bnt substantial admission of the corre***
ne?s of the facta charged in the first and sec
ond specifications, and he contended that the
allegations were conclusively established.
He said that the defense liad seemed to mis
apprehend the precise force of the third speci
?cation, which referred to the payment of the
retained percentage without examination of
the work. It was not alleged that such a p?y
""j no* made or ought not to be
made, but that adequate precautions were not
taken to see that the work hod been performed
in accordance with the terms of the contract
before the payment was made. There were
no physical obstacle# in the way of such an in
spection. The tunnel had
COST OYER THKEE-roCBTHS OF A WIT T TOT,
and, considering the magnitude of the invest
ment, the intricacy and novelty of the work
and the opportunity for fraud, it was unreason
?urf/uvn exPeo* that before giving up nearly
?"<0,000 more of public money and with it the
case of the United State* should an action arise
on this contract and bond, that an adequate
test should have been applieii.
MO TESTS APPLIED TO THE WOBK BT MA JOB LY
DECKEB.
A hydraulic Jack would have answered the
purpose?a common screw-jack would have
been enough?for Mr. Sparrow had testified
that there were places which could hardly have
withstood the blow of his testing bar. But
nothing of the sort was done. Major Lydecker
and Lieut. Townsend went through the tunnel
for two days and inspected the work, but no
special tests were applied.
[C'urUinticil on page.]
Ohio City Elections.
A MIXED TICKET CHOSEN IN CINCINNATI.
In the municipal election in Cincinnati yes
terday a mixed ticket was elected. The repub
licans elected Mosbv mayor by 551 plurality.
Other republicans elected were Gen. Noves,
judge of superior court; Theo. Houstman, city
solicitor; Henry M. Zeigler, city treasurer.
The democratic nominees elected were Edwin
Htevens, city controller; J. D. Ermston, judge
of police court; Patrick J. Corcoran, prosecuting
attorney of police court.
At Columbus, Bruck, democrat, is elected
mayor over Wolcott, republican, by 1,556, and
the balance of the democratic ticket, with two
or three exceptions, is elected bv pluralities
ranging from 3 to 800. Foraker, "in 1887, car
ried the city by 117.
At Dayton, the republicans elected water
works trustees and members of council and
school board, that gives them control of both
boards for two years. Democrats re-elected
street commissioner, and were successful on
market-master and infirmary director.
At Zanesville, Mayor Conrad, democrat, was
re-elected by a majority of about 275. The
council stands; Twelve democrats, eight re
publicans. Ihe school board is democratic,
and, with the exception of Lindsey for ceme
tery trustee, the whole democratic ticket was
elected by fair majorities.
At Cleveland, with the exception of police
Judge and police prosecutor, the entire repub
lican city ticket was elected bv small plural
ities. Gardner defeats Farlev "for mavor bv
about 800.
Dickens* Old Home to be Sold.
From the Pall Mall Gazette.
The numerous admirers of Chas. Dickens
will be interested to know that the novelist's
favorite Kentish home at Gad's Hill (the house
in which he died) is again offeied for sale, the
present owner and occupier, Major Austen F.
Budden, being desirous of disposing of this now
famous residence. Besides the substantially
built house, containing fourteen rooms and the
usual offices, the Gad's Hill property of eleven
acres includes a gardener's cottage, green
houses, stables, coach-houses, farnivard,
kitchen garden, rosary, lawn-tennis ground,
Ac. The house and grounds were sub
jected to considerable improvement during
the novelist's residence there, such as the
construction of a large conservatory adjoining
the dining-room, and a tunnel under the public
highway connecting the front lawn with a
charming retreat called "The Wilderness."with
its two magnificent cedars. Here stood the
pretty Swiss chalet presented to Dickens bv his
friend Fechter, but which now finds a resting
place in Cobham park, close by. In the chalet
the famous writer was wont to' work, free from
interruption, during the summer months, and
here he penned the last lines he ever wrote.
Major Budden deserves the highest praise for
his sympathetic treatment of this historic de
mesne, and it is devoutly to be wished that his
successor will entertain a similar respect for tho
memory of Charles Dickens.
New Fashionable Footgear.
From the Lady' Pic torial.
Boots and shoes. I ain pleased to say, are be
lng made more and more dainty and ornamen
tal. The shoes prepared for the coming season
are both novel and pretty, but tan and Russian
leather are still used in their manufacture.
Some of the prettiest of the new shoes I have
seen have the fronts made of the tiniest strips
of leather and ribbon, and are finished oft with
the usual buckle of paste or stetl. The ribbon
can, of course, be supplied in anv shade the
wearer may desire, so that the shoes can be
made for any occasion. I saw some in white
Suede, with very narrow bands of buttercup
yellow, that were so fairy-like thev might have
been the veritable slippers worn by Cinderella
herself. Another pair were composed of white
kid and white riboon. and were richly em
broidered in seed pearls; while a third pair
richly worked in gold beads, had stockings en
suite, the open-work fronts being elaborately
outlined in the same manner. Nothing, how
ever, is so effective as a toe ornament in the
wee paste brooches. Those who are debarred
from wearing smart-looking patent leather
walking boots by reason of their drawing pro
pensities, will be glad to hear that new hide is
now being used which looks quite as fanciful
and has no such drawback.
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Relation of Nicotine to Vertigo.
From the New York Tribune. "
M. Decaisne has laid before the French acad
emy of medicine the results of various investi
gations relating to the vertigo peculiar to
smokers. From this it appears that the
numerous experiments made in this line have
proved that nicotine contracts the muscular
coat of the vessels, and that vertigo is due *to
the exaggerated contraction of the arteries "of
the brain?the patient experiences a feeling of
emptiness in the head, so much so that he
seems as if about to faint, everything turning
around and his ideas becoming* confused' M
Decaisne has further ascertained that these
phenomena are chiefly found in smokers above
fifty years of age, and especially in those
habitually accustomed to smoking before meals
he has also known several of these persons to
be treated for cerebral congestion, and even
for disease of the heart, with the result, as
might be supposed, of increasing the symptoms,
the proper treatment consisting iu absolute ab
stention from the weed, and some slight laxa
tive with bitters.
The Autocrats of Society.
From the New Orleans Picayune.
It is undeniable that widows are the auto
crats of society, and men flock about them.
No one has ever denied their fascinations, and
Weller's advice to hiB son, if he wished to avoid
matrimony, to ''bevare of vidders," has been
quoted thousands of times.
In many ways the widow has the advantage
of her younger sisters. Khe has the benefit of
? large knowledge and experience of the world,
her arts and coquetries are perfected, not in
the experimental and undeveloped state of the
debutantes, and, above all, she has the inesti
mable advantage of knowing men with the ac
curate and intimate knowledge gained by asso
ciation with one who was probablv a fair rep
resentative of his sex. She knows how to give
Uttle dinners that make the most hardened
bachelor think indulgently of the marriage
state. She knows that man likes his ease, and
dues not insist on his dancing in perpetual at
tendance on her. She does not insist on a
man s talking about balls and theaters and
new german figures. She follows rather his
lead to his own ground, and listens with subtle
flattery id eyes and face while he descants on
his favorite hobby.
A young girl is'always self-centred, absorbed
in fcer own affairs, her dresses, her parties- it
is only grace and art that teach a woman'to
sink her own personality in the presence of the
person with whom she is talking. Perhaps one
of the chief claims of widows is their under
standing of the fine art of sympathy. The
sympathy of a young girl who has known noth
ing but Joy is a crude and unsatisfying affair,
the very husks on which no love could feed,
but the sympathy of a widow, tenderly, daintily
expressed, with a gentle melancholy that shows
that she, too, has suffered?it it like the soft
shadows in a picture or the minor chord In %
piece of music that sets the pulses throbbing.
Having mourned for a man. she knows how
most effectively to mourn with one.
Hiram Williamson, who has been appointed
chief portar oftke Boston poet-offlce, was one
or the Light Brigade, and participated In the
charge of the six hundred at Balaklava.
WANTED?HELP.
TO LEABS the jewelry
IT - I^VN . TrTi 1 ? VOIUT k
"-AJ. WMMiwtBff J ewelera, 713 7 th it n w. ifl
XVK*TltD-JtNERGETIC MEN^GOGDIPAYToR
I>Q AND ART OQ- 317 7th at. a.w. ap2-3t"
ire. d. w.
W COOKS. $10 TO ?40. CHAM*
lwav wlJfiJi rv^f** L*uridrt?ase* in ritv or
ss? ^P^ssaa.'sS ft?5 .Aiored 5?.#n
W V^L 'iSJLf'75 housemaids.
_f_ ^ w.t *l*o European SteaiiLsiliip a^-eiii. s2?4te
WyaS^g^*?? 'asTs-sgi
3g?i?3g$?S3?g
WANTED-A colored WOMAN TO no wash
,5i;^KaiX"?Av.rr."rt4v?'
aASfsfrtssn?
? ?'? it*
W^l7~d_txpkriknced dressmaker on
Store Vila Tf*,ipen'" *? Uke work home. Call at
..Tit 1318 V Kt "? w" ^ ex|*nenced ne?i
? It*
\\ ANTED?A MORAL YOUNG MAN WITH (50
t a"d * services from 1 to B or 7 to 10 D m
Tboae meaning biarnw, address B. B G., SUr orf-# '
WtriuOiMu KKL'ABLE AND INDUS
SraiSSSiSSSS^p
\vanted^im Siedi ateiTy two watst"
SiS^a#
W?A FIRST-CLASS SHOE 8ALESMAV
W^^"^?S4i!SSa!S
AGEN<?Y " 1 - commissions. Apply DENDOKE'S
At.tM.1, , 17 Xst. E. w? from 9 to ll a. m. ap2-3t*
\Vr ANTED?A HOUSEKEEPER- MUST KP VVRV
Pl> 307 -Ui xt. n. w?or More,481 Penna a"n w
- Mr. H. KRAAK.
AY ANTED-AN AMBITIOUS LADY FOR A PER"
wt*k. call Supt. office*, 4 and o, 430 7 th at. n. * ,10
lt#
\V AS.TED~~A .cheerful REFINED YOUVO
J ? ^a<|> would like to travel during summer as com
sk i*r-*?'s
d)ysS"?srs""~ i5?Mssi
2 I entry. Salary, $o per week. 8. C. H., star of
" ?|>2-2t*
WASTED-TWO COMPETENT WHITE GIRI 1?
as waltn's^S tbei7"a"1fall<1 8<>am,"re*s,'the other
Rhode Islanil ave. * r?fereuc- ^uire?L ?1?28
\V ANTED ? DUNDORE'S EMPLOYMENT Bui
and colored tor 1Ja.ie*' ln?u *ud women, white
WS^\S?sy^??2:
references required. 1845 It at. n.w. ap2 2t- '
\V ANTED-HEVEKAL GIRLS FOR OUR PACK~
It'
?yfVto^5T^7ei nC?: waKe"' *lu' 1^0 Penn
\\rANT ? 1>?A WHITE BOY IN A DRUG STORK
a. johnSton, lutb^do
- ?? apl-3t
WA*JEJ?-a competent girl FOR COOK
j * and ireneral housework: no w&shinu nor irrm
in*, stay nitfhts; none withoutt^t jitS reflrenc^
need apply. 020 H at. u.w. y Jpi?Jt.
\V ^ED?YOUNG LADY FOR OFFICE vi'dH*
own haLd writu,?. .Ut.u, aalarV. &J7ui Star ve
A\r*VNsEs)pS^EWiAM^ OR COOK FOR CABIN ON
or by Va- APPl)'
WANTED^ at ONCE. WHITE B0YTl"6~f0 18
color^rt<Vtm^flel,?aa,, ^alter; German preterred alwo
x J';.?
>V^ntlHoAh^dle8theGnEe^AtiLt C^mic^
mnrfjo "?Lv;Tsl rye,ty Ver ^uc^riti
iLu in 1*0 ?ecoiia?; no abrasion of i>ai>er ? lino tn "*<n?
tree^salarvto?' "t"8 " 81>fht; X
irte salary to yood men; sample 35 ceuta hv
tu^?rma aDJ fUil address the mauui^
arl It* T* aTJIE M?1NR"E F.RASER CO..
art .it C. 8. Express buildiim, LaCrosse, (via.
\V' AN T E D?U It ESS M A K K.KH?ONLY TH( )S F if
hnest class of work need ai'ply i?e.
tween 0 and 7 pm. Misa J. BOGGEhS, 144}) o gtl
at-1 -:Tt*
Wi, r AXU COLORED WOMEN
Bovs c<*)k? h I?Ia aDb "Uhnrbs. also, white Office
hlrv H n i. Houaeworlteru, Lauudreaaes. Farm and
B^-H^t;9roy^e.rn"nw'"d SW^hg"
jy?;.T4^the^^;r0fTH^
ATXot/^EY,a hurilkce.11
^ _ ?" ' ? ? ? ? liiilov 1 Mr
\\ ANTED-per8ons TO (?J To OKLAHOMA?
d!tVc^9; K?n ??
?l?Penn.ylvatii. ave., 2 ,0 ft p. m. J '
.i-?s
? - mh28-iw*
\\ ANTED-A MAN OF TEMPER A lrE HAHITh"
?4lit?8iK,r ,eadlIJ*f citieH U' re]T^ent. in hii
ff wnVtiVi^11^*44 bouse. Monthly salary $1U0
MASVt^\^}^Bx
A^^X^-D-LEAltNEKS for PROF. CHRI8T
siid fi?rT,i. ?. /*:*,,uternational lailor System ot Dreaa
^WANTED?SITUATION sT
\VA RESPECTABLE COLORFD
B B **rear of 1124?"? '.'",,I11,>erI"aid-- or address
* rear of 1124 21st st. u.w, bet. L and M sts. it*
WANTED-BJ TWO COLORED GIRLS, PLACES
G *d cifv^ref ?.i'.' Ba 1111 r"*5 or chambermaid."
.. 1 i Call or addresg 17HW
a\e., bet. R and S and 14th and 15th st?. n.w. it*
WASMIn ^ wKaiFteSrPf ^hE.mV?^
Yi oS^?"St ^^X.0 t^tLEFL
teeoo^tcn^.berwork;now-hlu? or
W.Ah? A DBESSMAKER. sewing BY
i J?if T *1 ?r<h?y..cuts and fits by tailor system,
and will do Plain aewiny. Pleaae call at 20.12 L ?t. ^*
W^XFJEP, rvUV, a kctable colored
requl^^WMi-riS^K?1 refBrenilte.U
IV ANTED?BY A MIDDLE-AGED WHITE
!^u.rntow*u ~ie$3s*
V\ ANTED?BY A COMPETENT dressmaker!
AVdre^n^^o^e!11- br th6 ^ "
W c^^JhBidVcS^
erences. Addrea. 40b Franklin st u vT ' KWd1rlJf'
VVANTED? A TLACE AS DRIVER OR A PLACF
AJ.tri". M H.: M fstar oL-e* ^^ed.
W^^VcLmHJ^4??52??.S2^S
W ANTED?GO TO DICK'S agency FOR CO< iK?
" ilouiemaida. Waitress. Nuraea r^L .- . . '
nieu. Butlers, Waiters and Keneral housework
?t. n.w. Also European St^nship^ent f ,pi.4t'.tl1
WANTED-A german THOROUGHLY aTv
qualnted with horses, and with be?t of retir?n^P*
desires a situation in a iarire "table^i. a JZt?LeDce?
Adilreas OTTO WAGNER, 714 Md. ave i^pl-a?'
m2?-3t*
WANTED-BY A competent-YOUNG~LADY
situation as nurserv *-overneas, can teach French
"apf-3t* refereuta' Address K. M. K., 3345 P at a^w!
Wanted-sewngin famiues^yaneF
peri?nc?Ml team? treat; fine underwear and^hn
aren ? clothaa; ajfood button-hole worker and M?kr
8^offlce?Wr*tori ref*renCe,?1Ve"- Addr^Xx',^
- anl-3t*
\ VAN ted?SITU ATWNS for waiters. OOOKSL
uili30-6t^<,,,*rB* U'*Ct")n'- A" '"rnuhed fr^ ' P'
gsg/ussar ?sKSKR.&^ai^
? mh3o-3t*
\V ANTED?BY LADY OF 25 YEARS, H lf r'ia
.hanr^^^K^J?^
iAnvN?dMl^
dress THAIn?d ^URSE. City ^toSgT mai?.^
WANTED?LOTS.
YVANTED?TO buy fob CASH FROM ? ~
WANTED?ROOMS.
VyANTED-BY A SINGLE GENTLEMAN. ROOM
l.? ??? iSi'fi .5 **>?rd in stnrtlv private fami It where
r*? ?P*?d ?h? fVMiirwi. socially, occasional!*. Ad
, ?T^ ,UulMf terms ana paruculara. SEN EX. Star
?p2-2t#
TNTTRXISHED- ROOMfF!
Addr?2 centrally located, by family of 4 aduita.
- BEACONSFIELIX Star offloa.
hi 41'te- a lady and
RiItA iI rl11' tr,rl ? ?*fortebll furniahed Room ar.d
* hcu?* *bere parties are not afraid of scar
Starffir:ternMinuat be moderate. Address J EVER,
''s'iSft. Koorn Renting Pai
Bth30-?t* Til G >t nw.
WANTED?HOUSES.
w^sispcr *u?k three or six months
'' thoroughly furnished Honw In vicinity of I>u
; Vry b*8t, c*re- rvnt mu,t be
moderate, or will care for one for summer: reference?
furnished. Address DUFONT, star office. It'
\vi5jep~i? ?'vE ONE OR more VACANT
in JmJh Pjrmenton adwelllng house. lialance
lD c?*- Address Box 14, Bur office. mh;iO-3t*
wd^?ED7f?r a customer, nice HOUSE
wU? modern mil rovements; south of Q. north of
??s!i n"" ?' 18'b; pnce not to exceed
#S.oOO. party will i*y all caah. Address. with full
particulara, GURLEY bros., 1319 F at mh30-lw
wAli,TF^~.A. BRIC K. HOUSE NORTH west.
cT J?* not to **<??*<? #3,d00. Addreaa Box 27,
Staroffice. rnh30-3t
w^5j^D7for a customer, HOUSE Of
walt room*, all mod. lmpa aouth of T and
?iSi ?2th ,U- n"w- Al'Ujy to or addrea*
mh-8-iw h. w. walker, looe r ?t.
Wanted ? fob cash ? a house under
rental facing the capltol. i
_h?- ?t *W F. YOUNO.
_mhr7-6t ] :t03 r at. n.w.
w^Jk,r^bxJ}ldiso i/)tsor houses in any
? ^art ?> tne city at speculative prices. The caah la
ready for any property otiered under market rate*
?h?,? THOMAS A. MITCHtLil
mh-O-lin ?34 F at . Boom 4.
\Y ANTED-ALL descriptions OFPKOPLRTV
.j ? ' or country, encumbered, or clear. For el
change. THOMAS A. MITCHELL. mWU-lm
DWELLING (from #~>.(K)OTO
Ri r .* 4cUel,t- Caah ill my hand* J. O.
nuu^ivs, 4 * Z Louisiana are. nih4- Im
wante5miscellanequs
AIT ANTED?TO give 8H0RTHAND LESSONS IN
-V, ?I,cMu^e *or services of a reader. B. D. DuWL
61JD. l.lthst It*
wanTED-I>AHTIES LEAVING THE CITTAND
?? wishing their Furniture well caml !for, mid
s tLeu >a?*rln5 STORAGE. will Pleaae addreas il'SI
tos, star office. 21 ?
\VANTED?A GENTLE combination HOBSEl
""utJ? *^1 kind. Addreaa or iu
qui re at 1310 1 at. n.w., after 4 p.m. ? lt#
WANTED?PARLOR FURNITURE upholster^
.,Y ?d. mattream-M mvle over. work doue iu neat and
f. ^t^i "ifnner. carpet cleaned on floor by new
C.NELSON,
_mhll-4w 122a (i n.w.
WASTED-OFFERS OF LARGEST DISCOUNT
Purvf1?"e ?f < '00 each value of fluem houae
^0 :?? lVU<L A. S.. Star office.
\VANTED?A SMALL FAMILY OF ADl'LTS TO
' for, 8ix or eitrlit mouths; furiuahed
or unfumiahed' amall rent to right party W itli ir.?jd
reference. Apply at 1102 A at. u.e. mlio St*
YY'ANTED-DRESS CUTTING MADE-EASY!
^^*^u,eslu'bln?tou'? "Dreaa Cutting Scale,"Jnat
J^tented, enables every one U. learn to cut all kind* ..f
r,e,riUi' a^ uratety. The ayatem will be
!.V k *c?le *nJ ? ineaaure book furnished
??Ii* ? ^er,,oll? learning this system are unmedl
ately placed in a position to earn kuoU s L.adieM
neediiiK experienced hands can obtain them at the
?chool at any time 1223 F ?t. n.w. mhii-25t"
WHIE?^U BAliY PAYS THE HIGHEST CASH
vlLf J. for second-hand Furniture, Carpets and
"fa * Houaeholda a si?cialty. Address
" gt- ?-w- mh3Q
WANTED^FIFTY CARRIAGE, COUPE, BUGGY
ffu&iu,' c0"8*-at Dumu"'t
ANTED ?CHINA FIRED AND GILDED^
_T.v, i f ashing to have china fired can leave it.
7?ifeAfcMo?" fHr M W. BLVEKIDGE'S,
1U09 Pennsylvania ave. mh20-12t
\vwf?rIr.vod have cabinet work, iF '
for THOM^M^f|UKSitflSXV*ck- 8hl1' or ?u,re- <*"d
1HOMAS lOLKa, lyOO H street northwest, every
yuie_- mhlo-lm*
\yT ANTED?'to buy for HIGHEST CASH price
. second-hand furniture, carpets, stoves, leathers
turn ^j^v^uVL-01,praise rtxeive prompt atten
f -J- EXNSTEIN, 1009 U at. n.w., opposite hay
BC>Je- mhl.j-lm*
\VANTED?HORSES TO KEEP. BOX STALLS^
iii Jfraonal attention; order box at Price's Stablea.
oil utn 8t n.w. larm. ?tb-st. road. 8 miles from
eitj. O. H. P^C^LAKK, Sli>ro, Md. uih 13-1 m*
\V PJED-TRY SCR1 lf.N ER, BEST BUTTERInE
??'Holla and prints 20 cents pound, cooking, lo
nut ^ ?et etr?0K or rancid
(like butter does) for one month, or money refunded
residences. /V/r mU only at SUlls"
M a,id :JJ0 'decorated stall, middleof fish aisle,)
Center Market, and 14.> Northern Liberty market
01*11 daily. WM. c. SCRIBNLR. mhl-2m*
VVANTED?GOOD SECOND-HAND CLOTHINgI
1 TJi,!fU. reV0'Yerat old (rold and silver, for which
wU1 b" I^d. Call LASKEY'S
Loau Onu.e^JOl Penn.ave., corner 2d st. n. w. my2t5
\v CARPET" CLEANINgTaND
^ v^rkBi leathers Keuovated. Mat
* 'dl v^in^ ^ ^a.^^'l^ep houe^oos^
business^chances!
IJ'BANK H PELOUZE, 1313 F STREET. OFFERS
to investors some lirst-ilaas 3, 4, 5, and 6 per cent
uivnlend-paying local stocks.
_Cali upon him. ap2-2w
I^OR SALE? MILLER SAFE, platform SCALER
tools and fixtures of meat and provision store. Iu
Quire at s. w. cor. Sth and M sta. n.w. ap2-2t* j
lVOIt SALE?LARGE ICE BOX AND STOCK OF
JjiiuaH grocery store. 301 E st. n.e. ap2-2t*
irOR SALE-STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A GR(>
X eery and provision store; good meat market and
a flrst-clasa stand. Address J L. s? star olhce. ap2-2*
J, 1XTURES, ST(W;K, OR FART OF STOCK. IN
Shoe Store, 1228 7th St., for sale
ap.-2t JOHN E. LITTLE.
A^f INTE.REsTEDf WE OFFER #.",0.000
of stock for sale on the ground floor in sums to
suit. The company does a sound, *oiid, permanent,
and profitable cash business and wishes to increase its
year Address*11 than double your money 111 one
' ... "lOOMIS MANUFACTURING CO.. I
?p2?4t Wjpthrop lights. D. C.
"V^U. .*> I ST. N. E.?ELEGANT NEW BRICK
house, modem improvements:9 rooms; $:tu. Au
* }}? CAIaLAGHAN. V
_ 831 North Capitol st.
IjHJlt ^ALE?NEW AND SECOND-HAND FUHXll
ture store; centrain located; cheap lor cash. For
"mh'f'o it" M 1 tSMXL'RE s l&RE, Star office,
l^OR SALE?A mercantile BUSINESS IN THIS
" I pa>ing #.i.ooo net profit annually Price
?6.000^Apply s; <1, .ii 10th st n.w. mlao ac
FOIl SALE?OLD ESTABLISHED GROCERY AND
ProviaionStoreibeat corner iu city; established
cash trade; will bear inspection. Must be ?old at once
city. Address JAMES LANG DON I
Staroffice. nih30ap?
APERSONS DESIRING THEIR GAS BILLS
reduced or wishing brilliant illumination for
??ce?. Ac., or handaouie lighting for
private residencea, should call at the otoce of The
mh2U??t" 7 tfUt C?"K1Wfi' B*uk j
\VE HAVE A CUSTOMER WHO WANTS TO
borrow #1.000 tor two years on good real estate
!Tfi*3^? .U,tie JOHN
mL2W4w ' Church, Va., Telejihone 707.
PPrSAL^RARE CHANCE-FOR #300. MY ONE
f interest in good, safe, paying businea* no
competition; none but those who mean business need
?PVly; good reasons for aelliug. F. E. K , N st.
* mh2s-at? *
F2Kf.iAJif~-^:^pfK8' BY ~*~J- kize *
~ Brotera, 149 La Salle .t.,Chi
.w i .? 8end for descriptive list, which gives local
lty. polities. Price and terms. n5i27-2w
KSfi R^T-MONTEREY 8PRING8 HOTEL, BLUE
jT liidge Mountains: furnished, 2X hours from 14.1
U^ore. 10 minute* from Blue Ridge Summit Mation
R- R-. and eaay of access iroui all other points:
SUbltn?U<6c lce"'lou1'? iiUed, ball-room, bowling alley,"
HotefcompleUly furnlahed and replete with every
moderu convenience. '
rull particulars apply to
. J. A. BARKER,
TO EXCHANGE FOR WASHINGTON PROPERTY;
tny beautilul home In Fredonia, Chautauaua
county, N Y.; elevated plateau; 20 acres, warm
gaideu soil; 800 select fruit and ornamental trees ?
lawns, terraces, soft, running springs, romantic alate
twttom creek, waterfall, natural gas; 12-room (double
walls) brick house, stable and barn, concrete cellars,
glorious views?lake, hill, woods, skies and town?five
minutes from state normal school and churches -rw
?ned wealthy, community; home market; coat
#20,000; must sacrifice. 110 reasonable exchaiige or
xSu ISft*Sh.to. AprU i' VU? Perfect. H. ETsl'M
NEB. 811 tfth st. n.w.. ^aahington. D. C. mh20-2w
I wild. EXCHANGE 280 ACRES OF FlSsfr
class W isconain land for eouity in Diatnct orouer.
ty. Addreaa FRANK HUME?454 Penna ave m ^
uil9-lm
4*rf1HE WORLD DO MOVE."?RF.MESBEB THE
i "Terrestrial Clock;" RAMSAY has cut the
prlcea; watches cleaned. #1; first-claas main-sprtugs.
warranted one year, #1. all clock and Jewelry worli at
I1*?, lowest pnoae in the city; we defy compatiUon.
1224 Fst. n.w. ni-3m
BOARDING.
1 Ol Ft "fHM K W. SECOND DOOR ABOVE
J.V iu Hamilton Houae;a few table boarder* can
be accommodated; also handaomely-fumished Boom
on second floor for rent. mh30-3t'
GO TO THE WIST-END CATEBER
To Straufers and the Public: I heir to state that
1 can furnish flrat-claa* Meals, delivered to your
rooms nice and hot at any hour. Hail order* promptly
attended to. W. JACKSON.
mh2D-lm* West-end Caterer, lwos K st n.w
PLEASANT BOOMS, WITH BOARD. AT na,
duced rates for the spring and summer months In
ducements to families desiring first-class accommoda
tions at summer prices. Inquire at 471 C it n.w
niBKo-lm*
THE aububn-pennsylvania ave.. cob.
22d st.; location convenient and delightful; pleas
ant rooms; nicely furnished; good table; terms rea
eonable. mh23-lm?
OO 14TH ST. N.W ; FINE LOCATION ; BOOM#
JrftTneAnJUlta 01 cboica table. Mrs. D. B.
piuckh AM. mhl4-lm*
THE^ WEBHTKR* 613 im 8T. N.W.7 SIGHT^
Mart' home; central to all points of interest; new
,0
SUBURBAN PROPERTY.
desirable place at bright
B acres, dwelling of 11 rooms, barn, stable
? ss; spdIs and oaar orchard
?1 WO. TYLER k but!
Jf St D-W.
sod beauti
m FOR RENT-ROOMS,
pOK BEST-A SUITE OF THREE ROOMS. WITH
r private bath. ou sovmd floor. furnished or uu
furui*be.l, alst> tliiri?tor\ fp'lit rooin iurotahej.
southern MpoNn. Board ai house 1??<3 F ?V a.*
_apS-3t*
1WI BEST?10 IOWA"VlBCLF- THREE COM
i niunvaung rooms. with pnulf Iwttu
floor. wid two cviuimuni.'atiuK room*. third llwt. fur
utshed. Those hsvin* cbildreu or servsuta need not ap
ply hi naurnl ip'Mu
1JK>R RENT?TO GENTLEMFN <>M\ BEAUT1
fully-furnished Bootn. J:i*t ft- >1 up; 11' other
roomers, very quiet and deairsbie H'.'l Pilu w. a2-3*
1JOR KENT-ONE OOOD-K1Z.HI>. HFCOND STORY
front newly furnished throughout R st..
uesr 14th. private family. Address P. O B X 77.
City P O. n S M*
|X)R REST?TWO NICELY FUBSISHED FROST
M Rooms. with board. suitable for married or ?inrle
|*rsons. tabic boarders. suiuiuer rate* 1003 F. at.
B.W. ap2-?t*_
P)B REXT?FURXI8HED OB UXFUKMsHED
Ihree untarnished room*. second Boor. also two on
first floor. separate or together Xlea locaUou Terms
rean ? ?' *11 13Hst aw. ep2--'t*
I>OR REXT-THREE FURNISHED ROOMS. ON ?
on first floor, second floor. tlunl flour. Mi) 11th
?t. ap2-2t*
I" >OR REST - THREE UXFCBN1SHED ROOMS
with all housekeeping eoueenten. ? ?, to a couple
without children , rent very reasonable; beet of refer- j
eucea required. SOB lOth at n.w. ap2-2t*
1TOH RENT?4 J O Km'N 1 1 v. E. OVERLOOKING
Lafayette Square, delightful rooms, with boail. in
bonae strictly first claaa. ap?-3t*
1TOR BEXT-AT 14'J 1 K KTOONVENIKXT TO
three hotels and difleretit lines <?f stnMt <wr*. Ae
lightful. handsomely fiim;*hej r->oiija at summer
I nr.*. suitable for beads of bureau*. ap2-'2t* |
I TOR RENT-A NICELY-FURNISHED ROOM fx
the northwest Uvulral); summer rate* Oth *t rars
l ane itie door. board. (15 l*r month. Address COM
FORT B.. Star office. apl-3t*
FOR RENT-DELIGHTFUL ROOM. SOUTHEBS
exposure. auninier prices . rear restaurants, hotel*,
and public buililinjra. irood looauou; breakfaet served
iu room if desired. WW Set. n.w apl-3t*
1>.)R REXT-FOUR BEAUTIFUL BOOM* IN PR1
. vate family; furnished. lsrtr* double-comer
bouse. aonth and ea*t front. ojien ere places in ever)
room, references required. 1101 E u.w. uill-lm*
I TOR RENT-PLEASANT FURNISHED FROST
_Rooma; lanre cloaeta. 1534 I at. n.w. apl-3t*_
I TOR RENT - NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
splendid location .will rent theui cheap. 113 2d
at n w. apl-'Jt*
OR BENT?1404 B ST. IMfTPLEASAN T FUB
nuhed rovuia ou first or secoud floor apl -3t*
R RENT?LOCH1EL HOUSE, 512 0TH ST
ii.w., furnished rooms with board; central loca
tion, terms moderate. uihlH-Iiw*
JOB BENT?Fl'HNlsilKI? MOOH.
1510 H ?t. n.w. Referem-ec. ml8-3w*
IfOll RENT?404 HTM ST. N. NICELY IT'R
ui?hed rooms on ttrst and M*n*oud taoorm, by the dsyt
week, or month. \ ery l??w rates. ipl^Hr
DOB ULM -KI KN IKX> KiH)MS A I fi< B SI
r n*w.; on second floor, lar^e iU?om. n?.?rth lr?^nt ? on
third floor, one ?rtK>d-sized lUx<m, south front, and nail
Bed-room, north front. Prices reasonable. ai'l-3t*
1X)R BI NT?3D FLOOR, H.11 D KT N W. LARUE
room, 30x1 W7 feet, well lighted; u*e of elevator;
suitable for lac lory or storage i-uriosts. Ln^uire on
the premises. m30-6t
IjVJR REST?TBKEE FITRSlftHKD kOOMS ON
second floor, with all modem impro,em*-uta. 1 (?
K st. n.w. References required. mIMr
1WR RKST?471 H ST. X.W TWO LUOl
rooms (unfurnishedi, suitable tor liirht bou*ekoep
lufr, ou third floor; southern exposure, modern in.
provemeuta, aixo, a furuiehed bat 1 parlor. lnh:to :tt*
1|HJK BEST?TWO*XICELV FURNISHED Rt.HtMS
on sei'oud aud third floor; fur yeutleinet, only.
Applv at 710 10th st. n w. u.h.iU .it"
I^UR HE NX-A PRIVATE FAMILY RESIDING IN
own house, near 10th at. n w.,wili re.it a neatly
iurulghedroom, lroulinir south, to a trentieman ref
erences exchanged. Adareas D C.. Star office nolo .t"
I^OB~REXT?APRIL 1, 1SSH. PARUIR AND BED
ruoma. or single to suit. At t)08 14th St. iu3U-:tl*
WXm BEST-BIS T ST. 8. W. FURM8HED OB
M? unfurnished rooms iu a small private fainil} . n t> r
encea eiihanio-d. ii.b.ii>-:it*
F)R RENT-FURSISHED ItOOMsf EN-SUITE";
hrst sud second floi>ra. transient accunnnodated.
caterer in the house; meals $15 per mouth. 1102
New Vork ave. n.w. mii-tO-llO
I TOR REXT-FURXISHED BOOMsTjTa PIUVATE
iauiily. two eleKant couuuunlcaUnK Rooms, atmrle
or en suite, mod. imps.: board it desir*-d: uncle uieu
prelerred. Apply Wll 1st St. n.w? near Cioveinuieut
I'ruitiinf Office. mb30-:?*
1X)R RENT-A LARUE FI'RNISIU D solTH
front room, with al> ove, ?1 'J per month, also
bru k "table. $5 per moutu Inuuire 027 P St. u. w.
mh~3-lJt*
'OR KENT?UNFURNlbHED ROOMS. 8UI1 ABLE
for a small family or offices, at 1200 pa. ave.
mh30-:?*
IX>B RENT - LARGE. WELlJFURXIsHED 8EC
oud-atory trout room, bay window, near 3 line* of
cars. 1325 Mb st. n.w. Uih30-3t*
BJOR REST?FURSISHED -DI.UGH 7I'll, COOL
aud pleaiaut Rooms tor aununer, snurie or en suite;
private bath; hrst-class Board in house if desired.
1017 loth st. n.w. mh;tO-3l*
1" >OR RENT-S. E. COR. 12TB ASD 1 8TS. ii. W..
lsive double Parlor*; also Rov>ms, siuifle or eu
suite, furnished or uuturniahed; south front, sani
tary pliunbiUK, transient KUesta at commodated.
mh30-3t*
?
FX
?
1TOR RENT?FURNISHED AND USFUBMI8BED
Rooms, modern improvements, herdica i?s* the
door. 2032 O st. u.w. uih30-3t*
I TORBEST?1327 S 8T. N.W.. SriTE OF SICE^
ly furnished rooms, southern exj**ure. pnvste
fstnlly ; convenient to 14th st. cars, pleasant Lome for
one or tw o persous. nktHMK*
30R~RENT ? SICELY-FUBNIBHED ROOMS
with first-class board. 1410 X st. n.w.mh2s-lm*
For rent?a gentleman of good habits
wi*hiuK comfortably furuished plesaaut frout
room iu quiet tauiily, can Aud aame at i>0n?' st. ueH
north side Stanton Square. n.h2S-tit*
|>OR RENT-XICEI.V Fl'RNlSHED ROOMS ES
I suite or single, with board. French family; at bOO
21st U.W., oue-hall block lruui Peuna. ave car.
mh27-lw*
?
FOR RENT?FLATS.
I TOR REXT-FLORESCE FLATS. N W., CORNER
17th and U sta. n.w . Apartments of four rooms,
with bath, furnished comj-letely. choice k*auon;
Southern exposure; opposite MetrojMliun Club.
Iiih30-3t*
"for rent?storesT
I^OR REST?STORE OPPOSITE BOSTON DRY
Goods House, 11th St., ?tiitable for any lurht busi
ness. X. A. HARDIXO, OOti 11th st. u.w. ap2-lm
L'OR RENT-ONE OF~ THOSE XEVV~~<I(JRKS,
X. with dwellintr, 1H0S 14th at. n.w. parties ?i*himr
to chantre location or start business would find it to
their advantage to examine the property. Rent only
8 ">(i per month flrst year. Apply to J. W. p. NUl.K:
& SON", 1420 Xew York ave. mh2?-St
TTOR REST-TWO SEW STORES. WITH CEL
X lar*. and three new aud beautiful homes, with all
moderu lmprovemeuu. 1*20, 022 afld 024 Oth *t u.w
P1TXEY & BRADFORD,
mh27-10t 1305 F st. n.w.
I TOR RENT ? ELEG AX T LARGE STORE A ND
uwelhnK, 1002 14th st. u.w.; dwellintf contains ?
n.>ouis aud all mod. liup., laive atable in rear. Rent
$1,500 j>er >ear. WASH'N DASESHOWER,
mh23-lm 1115 E st. u.w.
FOR RENT?OFFICES.
1>)R RENT-A VERY DESIRABLE OFFICE OS
first floor at 1307 E st. n. w.
iuh26-2w* TYLER k RUTHERFORD.
I TOR RENT?OFFICE ON SECOND FLOOR OF
Mutual Eire lua. Co. Buildiuv, corner of l'a s\e.
and 0th st. h.w. Inquire iu ROOM Xo. 1, 002 Pa. ave.
n.w. mh30-3t*_
FOB BEST-TWO COM MUSIC ATIN'O OFFICE
rooms, with private toilet adjolmiuf. 1st floor.
1407 F st. u.w., *20 per mouth. JOBS SHERMAN
A CO. mh30-3t
1TOB BENT?FISE OFFICE ROOK, VERY CHEAP,
in Sun Building. Inquire iu store
SCHULTZ GAS FIXTURE CO.,
nihS8-6t Sun Building.
I TOR Rt-NT?THE OFFICE8 SOW OCCUPIED BT
Messrs. Gurley Bros, ou arst floor of 1310 Est.,
lrom May 1. Apply W. RILEY DEEBLE, Basement.
nih27-lni
FOR RENT-STABLES.
ITOB REXT-STABLE. REAR 1327 L ST.; THREE
stalls, room for two carriage*. Ai ply to (iREEN
A CUNNINGHAM, 14U5 ? st. n. w. inti-liu*
LOST AND FOUND.
Lost-two bound volumes of senator
Moiyau's speeches in the Sena la. Reward for iw
turn to 3 B st. n.w. ap2-3t*
L' OST?SATUBDAY, 30TH ULT., ABOUT 4:30 P.
m., on Belt Liuecar. auenveloi? contamiuf private
pa|?ers belonk-intf to Wm. Wstkius, Jr. Under will
please leave tuem at Star office and receive reward.
ap2-3t*
Al A REWARD FOB BETCBM OB ISFOBMA
<5-l"tion that will lead to recovery of a Setter Gyp;
w Uite, with orawre ears. mottled noee, a small orange
spot on middle of back, fore le^s ticked. lous bushy
taiL JOSEPH H. HL'STEB, Room 15, Pecinc bund
in?. at>2-3t*
1.TOUND-A OOLD WATCH; OWSEB CAS HAVE
C the same by proviny property. Call at lU3o Oth
at., after 4:30 p. m. .. . it*
LBHOST-A PACEET OF LETTEB8. ADt?t4w>Eb
Mrs. Peter E. Blow, Arliiurtou Hotel. A liberal
reward will be (iven if returned to Arllnfton Hotel. *
ITOUND?A LEATHER HAND SATCETeL. OWSKB
can have aame by proving property aud paying
costa. Call at 23tS G at. u.w. It*
L?OST - A SEW FOUXDLAXD PUPPY - FROM
near the corner of Peun'a ave. fc 7 th st. eaat; a lib
eral reward will be paid if returned to 057 peun'a ave.
eaat. upstairs. ap2-3t*
LOST-OSE SOUTAIBE DIAMOND EARRIXg
on 11th st., near F, Sunday niyht about 11 o'clock.
Itetum to Star office aud receive larga rewsrd. It*
L^HOST-SIGHT OF MABCH 20, A MALTESE CAT
valued as a pel. (10 reward will be given for its
return to C. H. DEM AR, 1305 32d st. apl-2t*
LOBT-ON FRIDAY, MARCH 20, OH 1XTB STZ
south of F: Pa. ave. or D St., on way to Lanaburyh's
Store, pocket-book, containing $y, wfcich was month's
wages of poor woman. If finder will return to J OR N
RCDDEM, 030 7th St. &. w., they will receive a liberal
reward. apl -2t*
I PERSONAL.
CIVIL-8EBV1CE EXAMISATIOS QUESTIONS
and answer*, send 10c. to
S. W. FLYXN. A. M., Ivy Institute,
mh9-lm* Southwest cor. Sth aud K ata. n.w,
FOB BAST 8HAVE OB FIRST-CLASS HAJtBCUT^
(ro to the LI 1"1 LE STUDIO around the cor. ot 14th
st. aud Pa. av , 503 14th. opji WiUard's. operated by
fint-clsas Philadelphia white artlsta. mn2S-12f
\Y M. WILLIAMS,OEO.W. McELFBESH,AUTHOR- !
v v laad Private Detective Anttcy. OwuMMlaM
I romptly attanaad to aud strictly couCdanuaL Ottos
open all hours. Hi. WILLIAMS, Manager, V20 Fu.w.
Moir
FOR RENT?HOUSKS. _
JX>R BKKT
* 144)3 :?1? ?t_ \Or .(V? T2 K at B ? ,? r ?W* ?
03<i 14tti ?t.. atorr . 40 V?UO Sit I a? . 5 r . ll>.*?
114H SI at ?t Sr t.% ltSO E ??.. atable 10
KHIUkLK t ?HIUklK l?lTHr*
I*>R KINT-*ti4 * sT N.? . 10 h? MS ANI>
lath. *11 T'>J imp* iitely |Wl-red *"d
IimimnI. n family i?b K H T 1X1
1\IL1). 1300 I ?t. D.?.?<ivndiuut front ir'i-St
IvoK KEM-1?I4'<TM H1 , TWlwuTUBV BK1CK.
7 ha.I. MUr, . ill modern tin
iiMtrurnn. iwrkina and wm back yard for (SO i?
month II t> IX> L?:i4> ll apS-3t
lvr rfkT'Um k *t. x w -?tm boomo.
r all modern improvement*.
1BOB. C. W MhIAMAX.
?fC-iH Mtr??*
VOR BEXT-TWO RBI' K H.MSfs 71H STK1 FT
' road. al?.ve th. . Id t?i lug re . I * 11.1 I A M
MIlXtlK. *KkH _ It*
%>H REXT?2254 l .'IH ST. X * MX BOOM
F
F
Brick. in r?*>d order . modern convenience* Ai ply
*'7 Xf*lotk?v?.u.t i|>V ST
at V*>
t-*?K REXT?MIX-BOOM HKICR. WATEK AND
fMt runuali* : t ?
H at. ti w., near 'J 1 at at. 1 *f r*- *nte, 4i? t?*t fn 'Ut. $ 1 Oil
pern., nth. I. A. HAKlilXii, OUtl llUiat n w
aps-nt
1*1 ih REXT?4 XK* IT V I Roi?M RKIC k H d -? 1
in Ki< tiardaon place bet. Iiii> I S. X. J. and
4tbat. n.w. Rent, 110 5H i-er nth ?li m*
I;*Ok BEKT-HorsE 311 D?T.> ? l-'RuoMS;
modern Improvement*; rc u L (5tllu advan ? A|>
ply on pretuiae*. ap"_'-*tt
1XIK K1XT-S07 10TH ST X W . THREE 8loRV
X and liaaeuieiit Brick . alabla, 10 room*. Iiath, ?!i l
modern convenience 1-.* reut ??? a i*?i'?n??hl< ten
ant. Apply R. O Hoi. 17.VAN. 1 otti and F ?U apS-.M
1ji>K REKT- I'M.loH I M L A'' 'TTAttl 7 Rtta-M*
full> Iuruiabed, ,:. lu ut. and air> . *?.uth frml.
porch and yard. nn low root to food i-art> Ai ply
ou premiaeo, 1445 ?J at. ?l ?'
LMK REST- ~v:i?whrt n .MIk.W
X 14S0 Boundarv at. 4-lt) 3dvt. n?.. 7r 1W *?0
n ? . Hr 8S3 1 Stb ?i u.r. 7r. 1".'
"31 Lit n ? .Hr "JO 14H tulxiu ?t u ?_
!>Mliit na>,<ir Itf 7r 1050
M4UrantaT.il * ,(trl0 7>n St. rv. with rnllar, cx.r
131)0 C at a.e.. tit lo .ML t I'm u ? l.'?
_av--3t ? CM VAU.W&rttn?
? ,Ni|l hlNI A M( E t OMlMKI AHI I : Kta.?M
X liouar uiod. iuit a . larff* >*rvl 1.' tttb at n r , i
In iu E. Caj'. at.. V uuv ot oar*. Ai l 1? 31 ."> Ea
a*? n.?. a| l BF
VOK R; XT-BV IL O. BOl.TZMAV REAL Uv
X tala and Inaurauc* Hn ker, 1 oib and I iu n w.
UO(sEh
liflma Howl, 1 Otl, ,.>!.< 'Jdat B.w .lOr f4".
and E at?. n.w^ 4Sr . H13 h?t. n.w . br 4n
luod. im^a 4'J.V) V".11 'J H at n a., 7r ;mi
l*;V4 k ai. u a . l.'ir 1'Jj 1!{3C ?t aa.Sr . .. ;R?
M- I i>t, Sr and au.rw loo Wit) H at. u.a.. 7r Ml
101 j X ?in*. IVr Oi 7(H) Ubat a ? .or ?> '.s
61.~> E at. u * . 14t s.i. :?.t 7 17 11 tli at n a . 7r
1 14.>t\mn, av?0r Si) 1 V3."?otliat.n ? . 7r ,.M.'i?
10ti7 II .t u.? , loi r?"-3 l>al u.? ,?r .... IS
17>.1I E at U- w.. Or Uo G'JU I> at n.a ,3r .at. r* [f
]S41Kat..lor .HI 3t>o D at ?? , ??r l>
1011 X at. u w .Or &V> 1701 loth at b.?,4r l.'i
1'JIUU at. D w? l.ir ....To to7 li at a c. ttr li
1017 T.'th n.? . lor <>0
Et hMMIEH HOl SES
E,near 1 Sth at , 13r ?.'>no Ver ii .ur N IXlWl.tM
k b**t. 17tL A ISth 4 Mi.tjtt H, n?ar Slat ?t . Sr. 150
Mao. Kr. twt. l.ttli Oth-aliovrk at . l'.'r loO
and 14th. 17r 1UU1.33 R 1. ava..U l>i*l7...1 So
Conn. a?c . n?ar X at SM> f at., naar I'.'th, lUr I
K. bet. 17th & IS, lor. J.Vl VOth.brt.UandR . lOr loo
Eat., (jftUA lo.S'Jr.X'ltb.near ?4u.*.. lit . ?o
oiritu
141 Fat.. 2d flnor. 6fr. ut Tlollthat it ?.. ?r ?3.S
i?.,lM?t*il l?y attain |IH> 11 lo I at.. 4th It r. 3r ,.,.KI
E41 E. ltd ."> lrvnt r*_. IKM F at., M floor, ttr 3o
liraM t?* at. am .......tkl X, ?v cor. < A E. Ir. ?> to IS
EiiKi.i t rooti.a In ~sun 47U 1j> avr.,fr>iiii 10U>S0
Ituildliur,' hrv|>rnol.S ?la- 51 It 11 tl. at .Sr So
xat?ir?. lifted by ttwiu, 1S11 F at u ? . Sr So
Iron. H30 to *00 rmih. 1S11 E at li ? . 3r .... S*>
X E >ot. IStii audi'* Mil lltb at .3r -.0
ate , lr Ml 40W loHaL u.w^abol> SO
llloEat. 3d Hour, 3r 4o
81DKFA
512 11 that, n.w #.>o 4S1 lltbat.n.w (40
ai l li. O. UtH.lZMAN, lOtnandEata n*
|HIK BENT -MOST MMIUU COIKU
Hcuae, aitbiu bi.MA ol 1 Mij.. i.t i iri'lr. i>cr
month. AM'ly CHAltl.Es UK1.V,
ai 1 - lm i >iilt 14th at n w.
XXMt BEST?410 MAShivt X w . S hoOMS;
J mod im|w.. i lxan and in aood order. A. s < \ V
>OOl>, ?33 0th at u.w. a| l -3t* _
J^OR REX 1?IXELRXI8HED.
1015 X" at c *.. 12r_.*o;. S IS Otb at n.e .Or. ??2..'>0
045 O at. n. ?.. lor 75 li>att?ille 10 and SO
S(<4 ivl. ave. ti.c,. 1 ir ..7o lOSO OH at. li ? 1 S SO
SlUj Li at. n.a.. 1 or o5 I ntou at. a. w. Hr . IS 30
13S5Corx-ormn at..l3r. 45 I in. n I'l. a. 5r s 50
MV.'T E at. n.w., ISr. 50 i ra. 7o5?tbat n w.So
031 1' at n. w 40 othi* ra. 13o7 Eat. ti a.So
01t5 X H.av u w .W 35 othw r>Hjtna. 417 1 lUi at.
SblO U n.a . Or... D to *S0.
n EXIshl u.
Cciii). ?tf? l*t. K and S, lhr.. i? r year |3..W0
>t.it*,7lift.KuiilL, lor-.tuiilc, |?-r rear..
Minderiana i ia* ?* ij * ^ 11 r.. i*-r month..
\ vnuoiit t?t^ mar loa a Cin w, |wr niuiilb ...,lim
k *t? bet. Otb and loth, 1 Sr.. par month .... ot)
1V1.EU L Rt'lllEhlokD.
_mhl8-3w* 1307 E at. n.w.
IJtOH REXT - SIX-HooM BUK K HDl'sE. VI I H
twth room, latrolx, and raii>(F. h.'Uw lira . !.??
lurire trout and l?a. A j *rd nn* ka-atl.m (or KUnim^r,
1 OSS Boundaty at. u.e.. ke)a at H. ti l?-?l> A|-i ly
to OEO. T. EAI.KS,
apl-3t 4411 Mat Aa .ur OSO E at
iJOR BEST- 7 ~
514 tilha.w., llr, all 3 45 E at. a.w? 6r. iSS.50
m.1 <45 331 Va avr. a * . 7r 17
474 Mat.a.w?Sr..water.Sti lSS4 0tha *r .ttr w.*.... 15
1S5S 44* ??*., tt r?1 ti 3o ttos 7th i.w . atora r. . SO
4 ">s X a.w., S r.,w..l5.50 34S X ? ?.. or .? A>r.15.30
31t3 McLean av..5r. .lS.lto 33 >4i330 ji a.w? 5r , w. IS
445 a.w , Or., w .ln lttl 1SOS Hth a w? 0r ,?.A? 1 ?>
c?.r. L uion and M at.a.w.ls 31S 1 at a a., 5r O
lt?i4?? a.w., 4r 10 50 3o5 M at. a w , 4r^w. .B 30
ISO M a w.. ?>r , w . s 3t( ">S Maw. 4r S
ISS.'iMary laudav n.e.5rlll 113A1 10 Eat a w..5r. s
OSS lat at. a.e , 4r s 1S14 lat a.? , 4r ?
1017 ltd a.w., 4r
mh30-3f <j. U. 1 ALkER. cor 4H and 1 >ti
1>|R REXT? Morld.ali at .. Mt. I1aaa
1701 M*?H.av..SSr#S00 am, S r ?SS.50
ISOWOat.. ISr 75 1415 Wat 8r.uew .SS.MI
81o ISth at., 13i 7."> S37 Wth ? e? 7r S0.5II
1 SI3 11 at, 1 Or ...t?5 S33 lat at.a w.. tt r. 15 40
JOSW SS.l at., lOr 55 SS30 Cleveland av.. O r l 4
lttSS 14th at. 14r 50 lsl38at?5r 1OO0
HiS7 Conn. ave.,Sr 4<i Uth. va St. Cloud ltl<V ,
17 SS 4th at.. 7r S5 oor. Otb and E ata.
PibltO JOHN' SHERMAN fcJ'O, 1407 Fat
1*OR BEXT-Si:S4 K ST . X. W , NEARLY XI v*
I'reaa brick, liaj window front, all rooma and liatli.
all mod. unpa., larve yarda and cloaeta, ?ri??1 order;
open. mhSJ-lSt*
ifOR REX'T-ISOO O 8T.. Ct>R 1S1H X tt o
rooma,richly |*i?-red; in uice orvler. flne nei(rhla>r
h.Kid, key at trrucery opnoaiui. By F. CORCoKAX,
SStt lat ft mn.io-ltt*
1XiR~ RE NT-A SEVEN-ROOM HOCSE. NEW.
ii'irthaeat. lurw-hed. ?5o . a tamily ot twoadnlta
aould like a c. ma-. Bial partv who would la*rd o?ucra
for rent ol aaiue; no children |>relerred. reterci.- ea
required. Adtlreaa Bus 33, star ottice. iuh30-.lt*
X^OR LENT- X W COR.-15TU AXD B bTh. N W..
X^ ISr. and alabje.a. m L. |*r year ?l.4oo
1011 T at. u w? S-atory and baaeuieut ba> wtn.low
brick, aouthern esioaure: deiivhtlul location, s
rtK.ma (33.33
82.3 3d at a.w., S-aiory hay window brick 7r. . , .(lti
l>.iu*rla?Court,Capitol Hill. 2-atory brick . Or (I S
Lartre wareh.uae, workahop, or a table, new, rear .>th
and H n w., 30 tt. alley. water, tt**. newer, Rc (1 ft
IS V at. u ?.. .>r (>?
1S0S U at. **., or (10 110
OEO. E EMMoXs,
ni30 030 F at., Atlantic Buildtuir
JMiB BEXT?StiSO III Ll.l EB PLACE, A syt ARK
and a hall above l>ii|-out Circle, 3-aiors llnck, 12
roolim, with bath and cellar, kitchen and dining rootu
on brat floor; (75 pernio. App'l to owner. ?H R.
k 1X li, OOrl E ?t. mh30-3t
X.H>R RENT-13S TEXX". AVE N.E., 7R BR A10.
X ii.. i (11> 30 i?-r uiuuik
0S4 ti at. a.w., ttr. fr* water 13.30 "
llOti X.J. ave. a.e.. or. br, water.. 10.00 ~ "
13t>3 C at. a w? 5r. fr. and atore
rooiu, water 15.00 " "
225, SS7, SSO ? nlow-trea Court,
a.w.. 4r Or., water 8.(Ki " "
Anply to JXO. F. CI'LUXAXE,
inh.tOltt SOti tith at a.w.
WK BEXT 4S1 V 8T. X. W? 7 ROOM8 AND
batb. bay window. \ reaa-brick front, all mod,
imp*.. |?pered throughout, and Id flrat-claaa condi
tion , muat be aeeu to be appreciated. Rent (30 Ap
ply to M. C. micHKLL.
Uib30-3t 31 OS M aireet.
i~j?OR RFN1 - El'KNIS11EI>, ELLOANT .'t-sTOEV
bay-window modem brick Houae. IS room*. SIS
orth Capitol at. Apply SI4 North Capitol at ui.H) 3*
>OB KENT - TWO-STORY, SIX ROOM BRICk.
with hall. D**l> lwiiited luaide. (IS. alao bve
room bouae at (10, If renteil at once. Convenient to
atreetcar*. A. 8. CAY MOOl), V33 Otb at. n.h.lo .??
X.-HJB BEKT?S3S5 PEXNA. AVeT 3-STOBi AND
X cellar brick. 10 rooiua. all mod. impa.. heated by
furnace, and in a very deairable ueiirhborhood. (5u .'>?!
Apply W W L8C01T k WILCOX.
mb30-3t 1007 IVuna ave.
IXIBBENT?S 6-ROOM BRICK BOKEb AT OTB
aud \ t. ave. u.w . mod. lm pa. brat-cl*?a couditioit,
only (17.50 per mo. A. 8. CAYWOOD.
_mh30-3t* 033 Otb at.
1IHJB REXT? Fl'BXISHED BOCSE-A TWELVE
room bouae iu beat aecUou of uortbweat for threw
nioutlia or longer, everyibiuc uecwaaary* for imme
diate bouaekeepin*, rent moderate. Aiidj.-aa B. i 153,
8t*r otbee. lulilltl 3t*
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For a full liat apply to WXSOOTT k WILOOX.
wih:to 1007IV ava a.w.
TXIK REXT?33 B 8T B E., THREE 8TOBT. BAsB
A lueut Brick, nine rooma. in rood order, jaaimredi
modern. Rent, (35. M. M. RO&H.ER. 302 tit Cap
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aeven rooiua, (auwred. modern and In aoud order;
rent, (S3, AiatL lKitv. in aame Uork. ail rooo.a,
modem, at (SI. V M_ liOHRER, 80S laat CaguJ
For REXT-iose ?th mtbket nobthwbbt,
11 room* and bath, (03 per month puaeeaaiua
given Aprvl 5. EMMoXs HWrU.
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