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DAKOTA FIRE SUFFERERS.
They arc Moit la Need of Food, Seed aod Farming Toolt. MiTntmn, Mix*., April 17.?The Rev. IT. IV. iflrsutoD. who went to Dakota l<u-t week to nve?tigate the losses and sufferings from re cent prairie fire*, returned to the city yester day. The account* of the losses hare, in Mr. <>!efuon'i view, been exaggerated, but as to iparticular places the half has not been told, le estimates that not more than seventy-live people lost their lives, though many are still sick from barns and exposure and some mar die. Cash remittances are no longer needed, l>nt supplies of all kind* can be utilized in al most any quantity; lumber, seed, grain, and agricultural implements being most in demand. 1 toller Manufacturers Organize. rITT9BCBO, April 17.?The American boiler manufacturers' union was organized here yes terday by the election of the following officers: President, Jas. Laphan, Pittsburg; first vice president, Philip liohan, Bt. Louis; secretary, A. T. Doutthot, Pittsburg; treasurer, Kichard Hammond, Buffalo. Resolution* were adopted pledging the members of the union to encour age the use of only the best material in the manufacture of boilers and to secure the pass age of laws making it a criminal offense to sell butlers of an inferior quality. Active and Hearty at One Hundred. Kalamazoo. Mich., April 17.?Over in Mar cellos township, Cass county, numerous friends and relatives yesterday celt brated the one hun dredth birthday of Edward E Little. He has lived in Michigan since lHio. and except a slight impairment of his memory is as hale, ac tive and hearty as the average man at fifty or sixty. He is a veteran of the war of 1312. Two Stores and a Hotel Burned. PmoviuEXCE. R. I., April 17.?Fire at Center ville last night destroyed Joseph Burcliard's house and barn, loss, $10,000; Sinnot's dry goods store, loss. f'.'.OOO; Gorton's jewelry store, i.ws. tJ.uuO. and Mhcpard's hotel, loss, t10.000. Insurance partial. A Missing Man Found In Florida. Chicaoo, April 17.?A special from I>anville, I1L, says: Mrs. J. W. Helm, wife of the missing grain merchant who disappeared from Dan ville. March 12. received a letter from him listed last week at Silver Spring. Fla. He said he would start for l>anville as soon as he was able. His accounts are all right. A Sash Factory Hurned. New York, April 17.?The Buffalo sash and door factory at 124th street and 9th avenue was entirely destroyed by fire early this morn ing. Loes heavy. a 5arrow escape. Daring the fire one of the walls tottered above a two-story frame house at 10 Manhattan street. and the police drove the tenants out. '1 hey had barely left when one of the walls fell, demolishing one end of the house. Operations of "Bootleggers" In Iowa. Waterloo, Iowa, April 17.?Local officers claim to have discovered the headquarters of a gang of "bootleggers," as the sellers of liquor i.i bottles are called, in this city, that has been working all the small towns in this section. While one man is on the road another remains iu this city and receives the liquors, which are smuggled from l>ubuque by au Illinois Central railroad braketnan. He Heard Them Building the Scaffold. Yimce>>e*. Imd.. April 17.?The scaffold for the execution of Sylvester (Jrnbb went up yes terday within range of his hearing. Yesterday he confessed to the religion of Christ. A death watch is placed over him day and night. He sleeps and eats well. He told Sheriff Dcl'owcll that he wanted no petitions circulated for his reprieve. The Exhibition Lottery Bonds. Paris. April 17.?The subscriptions to the > xhibitiou lottery bonds amount to 175,000.000 franca. Suicide In a New York Hotel. New York. April 17.?William Gould, sixty J ears of age. a gtlest at the Ashland house, com mitted snii-ide this morning by shooting him self in the head. Arrested for Embe/./.lement. Jamestown. N. Y., April 17.?John G. Lon gren. the defaulting treasurer of the Swedish orphanage, returned to Jamestown yesterday afternoon and was arretted for embezzlement last night. He waived examination and was released on i5,000. He refuses to make any statement. DISTRICT OOYEK\MEXT. VITAL STATISTICS. The report of Health Officer Townshend for the Week ending April l.i. 19*9. shows: Num lier of deaths. 101; white, 57; colored, 47. Death-rate per 1.00U per annum: white. 19.76; rolorcd. 32.58; total pupnlation. 24.04. Thirty uine were under five years of age, 26 were under one year of age, 27 over 60 years, and sixteen of the deaths occurred in hospitals and public institutions. The deaths by classes were its follows: Zymotic. 12; constitutional, 15; local. 63; developmental. 12; violence. 2. The principal causes of death were: Croup, 1; cere I ro-spuial meningitis. 5; consumption. 13; ty phoid fever. 2; malarial fever. 1: pneumonia. 12: Congestion of the lungs, 2; bronchitis, 8; whooping cough. 4. Births reported: 26 white males, 2'.' white females; 10 colored males, 19 ? olored ft males. Marriages reported: 20 white, 7 colored. Dividing the Work. From the Lundon Ptck-Me-l"p. Doctor?"Yes. you have a tremendous fever. Burning thirst, I suppose?" Patient???Y'es, terrific." Doctor?"Ah. I'll send yon round something to relieve that." Patient?--Sever mind about the thirst, doc tor. You look niter the lever; I'll attend to the thirst myself." Such a Nad 4Giveaway. From th* Hebrew standard. The humiliating consciousness of having made a false move must accompany us in many a game besides that of chess, and perhaps it is a part of some constitutions to be always doing the wrong thing. One of the agonies is to make an elaborate apology for not hat ing gone to your friend's and to have her say: "Why, I thought yon were there!" Pigs In Clover Jewelry. From the Bridireport, Ccnn.. Standard. The "pigs in clover'* fever has made its way into the large jewelry shops up in Attleboro, where tons of pigs in clover in the shape of charms.ctiff buttons, pins and the like are being turned out in gold and plate. The sales are ex pected to be enormous when placed in the mar ket. The charms which are being manufactured are of the sue of a medium cuff-button, w ith the three circular fences and gates and covered pen in the center, while in the runs are the five pig* in gold, silver or of softer metal. The pigs are held in position by a crystal which covers the entire surface. At yesterday's meeting of the Western Freight association iu Chicago the committee appointed to submit a plan fur the adjustment of their rates to and from Iowa points made a report, which was accepted. The Beet Sugar company has been incorpor ated in Sau Francisco with a capital of *5.000, U0Q. with Locis Sohloss. A. L. Cutts. K. Ehr mann. Clans Spreckels and John I>. Spreckels ss directors. Large refineries will be built at various points ou the coast. The banking And commerce committee of the Dominion parliament vesterdav reported, after prolonged discussion. Mr. Clarke Wallace's bill lor the suppression of combines. Beapplications have been filed in Boston by Wm. C. Strowbridge. of Philadelphia, and Mr. Whitman, of Washington, counsel for the Vnited States in the case against the Bell tele rhone company. Testimonv will now be taken efore an examiner for final hearing. The bill permitting pool selling at fairs and race* in Pennsylvania Las been defeated in the legialature. A strike of several thousand miners is threat rued in Jefferson county, l'a., owing to a pro posed reduction in wages. An extensive vein of rich copper-bearing rock has been discovered in the heart of Du luth. while blasting for the foundation of the Masonic temple. In view of the shortage in the appropriation of the present year for the maintenance of the Miunesota state university on Tuesday ex-Gov. John 3. Pillsbury, who is one of the regents of that institution, presented the sum of ? 150.000 for the immediate use of the universitv. Young I .a timer, charged with killing his moth* r. was placed on trial at Jackson, Mich.. Tnesday. The prisoner was nattily dressed and has made a bet that he will be acquitted. Tha lawyers say he is the nerviest prisoner they ever saw. At Kansas City, Judge Ellison rendered a de ojatou in the court of appeals to the effect that ?ader the laws of Missouri baseball playing on Hun day is illegal. Pastelsslar Pearson, of New York, is seriooslv A ? * - - ? ? -i is ?rnuuii* Jsaaes. a* High wood, X. J. SOCIAL MATTERS. Mrs. Harrison's Reception at the Whit* House?Personal Mention. Mr*. Harrison, after entertaining the cabinet ministers at luncheon yesterday afternoon, held a reception in the red parlor. The chandeliers of the red corridor were lighted. Mrs. Harri son wort- a handsome toilet of black moire an tique. Miss Murphy wore moss-green velvet draped in ecru lace. Mrs. Blaine brought her daughter. Mm Hattie Blaine, who is home for the Easter holidays, to see Mrs. Harrison, and with them were Mrs. McCormick, of Chicago; Col. N. L. Anderson and Mr. Walker Blame. Miss Hattie Biaine is a young lady of excep tionol comeliness of face and figure, and will no doubt be a great belle when she makes her debut here next season. She wore a girlixh toilet of blue wool, trimmed with bronze-gold embroidery, and a toque of blue silk. Sirs. George B. Loring. Mrs. Babbitt, Gen. Breckin ridge and Miss Andrews were also among the callers. Mrs. SIcKee spent yesterday in Balti more, returning on the 5 o'clock train. The principal social dissipation of the week tAkes the form of dining the scientists who are here in annual convention assembled. Ex-Speaker and Mrs. Carlisle will close their house on K street on Thursday and leave the city for Covington. Ky., where they will be the guests of Mrs. Qneen for a fortnight. Earlv in May they will go to Wichita. Kan., to visit their son and his interesting family, and further than that no plans have been made. They may visit California, go to Alaska or Europe. They will return here early in the autumn in any event. The wedding cards of Mrs. Martha Powell Hollidav and Representative Gibson, of Mary land. have been received by their friends here. The marriage will take place on Easter lues dav, the 23d, in Christ's church, Louisville, Kv. The bride-elect is known to a number of people she met here while the guest of Marshal and | Mrs. A. A. Wilson last season. Mr. Jno. F. Andrews, of Boston, has leased the Pendleton house on 16th street, occupied during the late administration by Secretary Endicott and family. Mrs. Thomas Wanamaker will be at home to callers this afternoon. The pelting rain of yesterday most effect ually prevented the calling for the day. Col. Thos. Barr's family will not come to Washington from Chicago until the fall. Last evening the Second Baptist church (Va. avenue and 4th street southeast) was filled to overflowing, the occasion being the marriage of Mr. Francis E. Sibley and Miss Mary Eliza beth Henderson, the daughter of Mr. W. A. Henderson, by the pastor, Rev. Hez. bwem. j The ushers were Messrs. Sam Marks. S. G. Nottingham, Wm. Posey, and Fulton Richards and Miss Hattie Van Horn plaved the wedding march. After the ceremony tlie young couple instead of starting on a wedding tour repaired to their new home, a handsome residence, fur nished throughout, at 327 G street southeast, a gift of the bride's father, and a reception was held. There was a large number of wedding presents, and Mr. and Mrs. Sibley are fully equipped for housekeeping. The engagement of Mr. l'ercival F. Waters, of Bridgeport, Conn., to Miss Nellie Rives, daughter of Mr. Franklin Rives, has been an nounced to take place early in the coming fall. ? Ileal Estate Matters. Henry Hurt has bought for ill.000, of M. G. Lane, of New York, lot 17 and part 18, square 633, 45 by 100 feet, on B street, between New Jersey avenue and Arthur Place northwest. W. *W. Leibert has bought of P. E. Dye. trustee, for ?6.750, parts 12 and 13. square 142. 2?? feet 10 inches l>y OS feet, at the corner of 18th and II streets. Transfers of Heal Estate. Deeds in fee have been filed as follows: T. J. Stanton to K. T. Brown, part 14. Nichols riace. West Washington; $2,227.50. Same to Maurice 1. Adler, parts 14 and 15, do.; ?2. 227.50. R. Holmes to E. P, Rider, e. H lot 43, sq. 569; $600. Local ri.rMW.so and Water.?The fifth public lecture on sanitary engineering and public hygiene by Prof. Fava. at the Columbian university, takes place to-niglit at 7 o'clock. The subjects to be treated, "A house with sound plumbing'' and "The water we drink," promise to make this conference interesting. The Baltimore A Ohio Rovtf. toNewYork.? The average time of the Baltimore and Ohio trains to Sew York is faster than those of any other line. The Baltimore and Ohio trains run through without change or transfer and no extra charge is made fur fast time. See Balti more and Uhio time table, this paper. * Marriaoe Licfsses.?Marriage licenses have been issued by the clerk of the court to Moses Foote and Mary Catherine Thomas; George Fitzhugh and Emma Hill; Thomas Adams and Elizabeth Mitchell; Robert Mack and Hannah Davis; Henry Plummer and Maria Cooper; Francis E. Sibley and Mary Elizabeth Hender son: E. H. Lloyd"and Pearl Van Vleck, Lorenzo D. Copeland and Elizabeth Brown; Chas. A. Jones and Elizabeth Carter; A\illard R. Haight. of Norfolk. Va.. and Ida M. Smith. George Gray and Lillie Washington; Bomulun B. Cool and'Hcnrietta Fisher, both of Ingram. Pa.; W. R. Maxwell, of Stateville, N. C.. and Lizzie Phillips. THE COURTS. Criminal Court?Judge Bradley. Yesterday. Jasper Jackson, assault with intent to kill; verdict not guilty. Frank Winters, em- | bezzlement; recognizance forfeited. John Thomas and Chas. l'ibbs, housebreaking; jury I discharged; unable to agree. EyClTY COCRT?J'I'Uje Cox. To-day. Campbell agt. District; j^o confesso against * certain defendants granted. Hollins agt. l'resbrey; injunction asked in cross bill de nied. ?. I Reported Resignation of Judge Denny. Japanese advices up to April 1 sav that news I comes from Corca that Judge Denny, the American adviser to the king of Corea, having received ?30.000 from Li Hung Chang, the Chi nese vicerov, has decided to resign his post and return tiome. Tlie Mudd-Compton Hearing Ended. from tbf Bmltiirtore Snn. To-day. The final hearing in the Mudd-Compton elec tion contest was held yesterday at the office of James E. Carr, jr., special examiner. A glass ballot-box was placed in evidence, and it was endeavored to be proved that the box could be opened from the bottom and then restored to its former condition. Stenographer Wilkinson has taken about 2.000 type-written pages dur ing the whole hearing. The evidence will now be transmitted to Congress, which will decide the contest. Shot IIis Sister. A young man named Livingston returned home drunk near Warrior, Ala., the other even ing. and among the four young men whom he found calling on his sister was one whom he didn't like. He ran for his pistol, and. return ing to the parlor, shot at a figure which he < took to be that of the objectionable young man. It was really his sister, who will die of the wound inflicted. -?s? End of the First Round at Chess. The adjourned games of the first round of the Sew York chess tournament were finished about 10:30 o'clock last night. Judd and Burn played their adjourned game to a finish in lavor of Bum, and Showalter and Delmar played a draw after three hours' skirmish. ?? ??? ??? Spring Smiles. Accounted For?Stranger???What's the mat ter with this townV Everybody looks haggard and played out. Had a plague here?" Citizen?'"So. The pigs in clover puzzle struck the place last week."?JiurUwjton Free rms. A Slight Mistake?At the theater. Blobgon (rising excitedlyJ? "Down with that red um brella in front! Mrs. Blobson ("drawing him back)?"For mercy's sake, hush up! That ain't an um brella. It's a new spring hat."?Burlington j- rn? Pre**. "Why, Georgie," said a girl to her little brother. "I've jnst heard that you were whiuped at school last week. 1 had no idea of it till'ma told me a few minutes ago." "Hadn't you," responded George. And then he added, with an air of pride, 'Why, 1 knew it all the time."?Portland Advertiser. At a Big Hotel?"Say, mister, gimme a room, and a good one. Nothing snide for me. You can't come any of vonr tricks on this citizen. I'm a fly man; I've traveled, and I won't have it." Clerk?"Front. Johnny, show this Jay to 712. and see that he doesn't blow out the gas." ? Chicago Herald. "Do you want a fine appointment in the poet official way, Or a place within the treasury that's pretty sure to pay ? Just drop your application in, the President will see What can be done when he gets through with young B. H. McKee."?itiuuuy'* H txkly. -? ??? Nearly an entire block of boildings on Hill street. Orange, N. J., were destroyed at mid night Monday 1114 lit. OUR NEW WAR VESSELS. Defective Naval Construction In Those Copied After British Models. Recent reports of the maneuvers of the British naval fleet contain some matter not entirely reinsuring with respect to some of onr new naval vessels. In these maneuvers : about six vessels of the Archer type partici pated. The result was a disagreeable surprise to Sir Wm. Reed, the chief naval constructor of the admiralty. It was found that the vessels pitched and rolled about to such an extent in ; a moderately heavy sea as to render them very poor gun platforms, to use a technical expres sion, which means that the guns were so un stable that they could not be directed with any approach to accuracy of fire. They were also very wet ships. These defects are supposed to result from the excessive weight of the ord nance, and it was recommended that the six-inch rifles be replaced by five-inch guns and the anchors moved further aft. the significance or this report to naval officers here lies in the fact that the j new gunboat Yorktown is patterned after the - Archer, and will carry the same caliber and I weight of ordnance. Failure has also attended | the efforts of the British constructors to build a twenty-knot ship, of which the Navy depart- j rnent here is attempting to build two. under ; direction of an act of Congress. The Meeda. | which was built for a twenty-knot ship, has never exceeded nineteen kuots, but has uevel oped more than the estimated horse-power, an indication to constructors here that it is not possible to drive a vessel of that length at ' twenty knots. The British authorities have ! | taken the same view, and will build another set j j of these boats of greater length. Other vessels ! of the same type have failed to develop any- j j thing like the necessary good horse-power, so that the promise of success for our boats is not I bright THE NEW WORLD LANGUAGE. Progress of the Yolapuk Movement. j Examinations of candidates in the United States for the degree of correspondent in Yol apuk, the new world language, will take place in New York this weelf. Washington Volapuk ists will be interested in this announcement. The New York W'orll says in reference to these examinations: '"The head of the Volapuk move ment in this country, which now embraces several thousand experts and supports a month ly newspaper, is Charles E. Sprague, of No. 1271 Broadway, who is a delegate to the inter national congress of Volapukists to be held in Paris the coming summer. There are manv American aspirants to the dignity of spodal, or correspondents of tho required proficiency, and they are to receive their degrees from the Irench association for the propagation of the new tongue. Mr. Sprague yesterday received tho examination papers from this branch, and the coming year will see a large increase in the number of its devotees in this country, where \ olapuk has not advanced so rapid! v as in England. France, and Germany. In each of those countries there is a flourishing organiza tion, numbering many thousands, and publish ing various periodicals in the new tongue, which is expected to become the universal lan guage of the future." ?t> THE CLUB AND MATRIMONY. Tho One has a Decided Tendency to Prevent the Other. Bnatnn Letter In Providence Journal. The town seems to be full of club men, of varying degrees of finish and of different flavor, accordiug to the material from which they have been manufactured, but all recognizably of the same type at bottom. Tho club man iBr in the first place, and conspicuously, a man "who is informed of all that is going on in the city, the interest which other men give to do mestic affairs being in their case bestowed on the news of the community. Perhaps this tends to a wide range of sympatliv, but it is impossible to deny that it tends also'to the de velopment of a habit of gossiping. ''I concluded a year or two ago." remarked a gentleman not long ago, 'that I was getting too rusty and too much absorbed in the things that went on in my own little circle, and as mv wife had to go abroad for her health, I gave myself up. to the clubs for a whole winter, and when my wife came home again she threatened to have mo put in a hospital for incurable gos sips. Ami the worst of the matter was that when I came to think the matter over I found that she was right." Of course this is an exaggerated way of look ing at the matter, but there is a good deal of truth in it after all. Another characte*ristic of the club man is his easy adaptability to anv eomtmny m which he is reasonably"likelv to find himself, and his readiness to fall into any train of talk or to take any part in any discus sion. It is part of his daily training to be ex ercised in this sort of readiness, and he soon becomes almost cosmopolitan simply from be ing thrown in with so many sorts and condi , tions of minds at the club. He is not unlikely to have picked np at the same time a habit of being upon terms of familiar intimacy with various alcoholic bever ages which would not be fully approved bv people of strict ideas on this subject, lie is too I well bred, be it understood, to be found under the influence of liquor, at least to any extent visible to the naked eye; but he is apt to fall into the habit of depending more largelv than can be thought wholly desirable upon tho in vigorating cocktail for his liveliness and to keep his stomach in a state of excitement which in the long run is likely to tell upon his diges tion if not upon his temper. Of course this is by no means universal, and it is really saying little more than would in any case be true of the ordinary man about town, it is not so much a consequence of club life as it is a natural ac companiment of it. Perhaps the best feature of this sort of life is the catholicity it gives, the freedom from stiff ness and formality, and the power of entering into the interests of one's fellows. The worst ' is that one pays for this by a loss of earnest ness which is almost sure to prevent devotion ' to a cause or to an ideal, and which seems to sap the vitality out of effort and belief alike The typical club man is tolerant becauso he is in dead earnest about nothing. If there were anything which could arouse him to a livelv activity, it would be his own comfort: but as his own comfort consists so largely in being placid and unexcited. it follows that he is de feating his own ends when he actively defends even his independence and will. This is of I of course, the fault of the age as well as of the individual, but it comes to light in club life as it does nowhere else. ,.I,Th1ere are a Sreat m?ny men who find in club life the comforts which would be beyond their means in their own homes, who are able on a given income to live far more luxuriously with the aid of these institutions than they could in any other way. It has been said that this fact hindered marriages, and very likely this is true Men who are accustom* d to having things to suit them in a club, and who are not able to keep up an establishment, naturally think a good deal before they give up the comforts they have for the doubtful blessings of a home which must be managed on an economical buuig. II it were the fashion to be verv much in love, as it was in the davs of our"grand fathers, they doubtless would be less cold blooded about it; but, as it is, thev do in many cases conclude that a bachelor existence is on the whole likely to be more comfortable than the married state on a moderate amount of money. This view of life mav seem selfish, but it is undoubtedly the one taken bv many of our marriageable men. and it is difliciilt to Bee how it is to be changed. A man belongs to one of the several clubs here which have a restaurant; they get for a moderate sum a capital dinner, with the best of company, varied from day to day; and when thejr contrast this with a" dinner of herbs in their own home, they do not alwavs tind the prospect sufficiently alluring to be ready to take the risk. "I would like to bo married," a man said in my hearing, not long since, -but I am more fond of good dinners and good com pany than I am of domesticity, and I've con cluded to worry along with my clubs." And I am inclined to believe that he belongs to a pretty large class, some of whom have reasoned the thing out in this way, and some of whom only feel it vaguely. The melancholy part of it comes when the men are getting along in life. Then many of their friends have married and have homes of their own, and little by little the club seems to lose its delight. The lonely bachelor somehow finds himself stranded and wishes he had made a different decision long years before. I won a certain amount of approval in a discussion of this sort once by laying down the principle that while a man might manage to have a more lively and perhaps a more agreeable time bv remaining single until he was forty, the trouble is that when he is forty he finds that he should have been married ten years; and the truth ?ve^ms to me to be an important one. Nobody nowadays thinks of attempting to live without a club, especially if he be single and it is owing to this that it is necessary to have so large a number of elubs to keep us all satisfied. One who is at all familiar with Boston can place a man pretty exactly by know ing what his clubs are, and the same thing is of course, true anywhere. "I cannot afford to belong to my club," is not infrequently the con fession of voung professional men; "but, on th? other hand, 1 cannot afford not to." WANTED?HELP. VV ANTED-MAN, WITH HUBSE AND WAGON. 11 to aril roods to grocers on commi??ion; must be rood sslesnisn ind ure several hundred dollar* in cash; none but those n-eanin* business need apply. Litwral r miaUHlou. Address Box C2, Star office. apl7-t?t WANTED-AN ENERGETIC M AN. NOT UNDER 11 2*2. to insist In connection with our office; per manent portion; salary ?12 weekly to start; in creased if satisfactory. Apply after 10.30 aju. K. W. WALKER k CO. Wia F at n.w. It* VVANTED-GERMAN AND SWEDISH LADIES' M maids, also farm and dairy hands, Oooks, Cain net makers, Dressmakers. Houaeworkers; women for Philadelphia and Brooklyn, itrunks ?tored> J* 10 9th st. n.w. ai'li-at* \\fANTED?QUICK BOY OR YOUNG MAN TO ? ? learn bu?ine?a in a ciril engineer's office. In ex change of his services as othoe boy. Must write and fi?rure well. Addreaa, ipving full reference?, Box x9 Star office. 1} YVANTED-A PUBLIC TYPEWRITER. LADY OR 11 gentleman, can have excellent offire anil new ma chine in exchange of some work Address, statin* reterenees and machine employed. Box 2, star o??l W ANTED?A RESl'El I A HI E ' i ILORED WOMAN. M with references, to do g ueral housework for a family of three Israelis, Apply to 320 Sth ?t. n.w. aplto-'-f WANTED ? A BLACKSMITH FOK CARRIAGE 11 and wagon work; steady work to a (food man. Apply to BECK HHPS., cor. 3d and D sts. a.e. It \V ANTED-EiK.^ r CLASS COOK, BUTLER, AN I) 11 liviiea' nukld. all throe white. Apply at 1?0.I K it. n. w. 11 _ WANTED?A RESPECTABLE SETTLED WOMAN I? as nurse; willing to travel; references re^uir^d. Apply 1757 N st. n.w apl/-2ct ^ \V ANTED-IM MEDIATELY, A FIRST-CLASS waist hand 011 tine work; also a lady who thor oughly understands draping, hightist waves raid lor competent help. Mrs. TiiAV IS, 1303 F st. n.w. apl7-3t* WANTED ?AT ONCE, WHITE GIRL TO DO ll chamber work for small family and look alter one child; litfht work and good Jbome for right girl>; reference required. Address Box 8tar ofnce.ai?-?> \V AN 1 miKs, $10 TO 1175; HOUSEMAIDS, Waitress, Nurses, Salesladies, I^undrvns. Dri vers, Waiters, Farm and Dairy Hands,at once. DllKa 613 7th n.w., also European Steamship agent. UT v \ i ED FOUR FIRST-CLASS VEST HAND8. Apply at KEEN'8,414 9th si. n.w. ap!7-3t I llf ANTED-A COMPETE*! WHITE GIRL TO II do chamber work and take cart* of child four years old. lielerences required. Apply 923Sth st. n. w. It* llfAYTED?DUWDOREm EMPLOYMENT BU ll reau, conducted by ladies, men and women, white ami colored. lor all kinds ot domestic labor, lor District and states, with references. 717 M at. n. w. ap2-1 St* ANT ED-HOT El. CHEF, PRACTICAL HOTEL carpenter with tools, hotel carver and assistant steward, hotel baaer, hotel watchman, and other hotel help at once. DICK'S AGENCY,013 7th st, n. w. It* W ANTED?WOMEN COOKS, *10 TO $40; CHAM II bermai<ls. Nurse*, ami Laundresses, in city or away- Waiters, Drivers, or Farm Hands; Colored Men Cooks. SAM'LA. COOMBS, OJli Fat. n.w. spl7-tit* VV ANTED?A BOV TO WORK IN A STORE AN D 11 make himself generally useful; must have refer ence or need not apply; 1109 F st n.w. it WANTED?PANT AL<KDNS MAKERS. 524 10TH 11 at. n.w., Phoenix Building, Room 14. splti-3t^ WANTED-LADY AND GtNTI.EMAN AC IT ipuainted in society who would like to make live to thirty dollars weekly, in honorable way; no can vassing or InterferinK with their business. Address CONFIDENTIAL. star othce. ap3-lm* VVANTFD - COOKS, CHAMBERMAIDS, WAIT 11 era, Porters, t ariu Hands, Oirls lor care of chil dren, and ail kinds of help at EUREKA EMPLOY MENT AND ROOM RENTING AUENOY. 910 E at. n.w. apl?-?t* | WANTED?A WAIsT AND SKIRT HAND; A1.SO IT an apprentice. Call at once. 110a lsth st. u. w. apltj^3t* \V a NTED-CAN VASSERS AND ADVERTISING 11 Agents for a weekly paper. Address Box 32, Cny Post-office. apltt-at* VV ANTED ? RESPONSIBLE AND CAPABLE 11 party to handle large and handsome line of wood mantels ill District of Columbia for Urge manufactur ing house; two latve show room, with samples tree; most be acquainted with architects und builder, and tirst-clas* recommendations. Address Box 1. Star otllce. aplo-t* WANTED?YOUNG MAN WITH 3 OR 4 YEARS' 11 ex|>erience in the drinc business; muat have (Tochi reference. Call at 2124 14th st. n w. ap 1 j-:U* W ANTED-YOUNG LAWYER OR STIDENTIN , t Lawyer's (?tMce, to assist lor ottice room. Address E. E. M? Star ortii e. ?plo-lw* rANTED?MEN. WOMEN AND GIRLS. SITI'A . . lions now ri-a<ly; noplai e.no money. See our terms ottered those wishii-tr to leave^ NVaahintrt'-n. Clernal applicants wanted. CITY INTELLIGENCE OFFICE, TllUn.w. api:i-tit*_ VV ANTED?LOCAL AGENTS. ALSO TRAVELING ,T Salesmen as Side Line, to sell on good comniis gion a Standard Powder and 1 la\orintf 1.x tiacts. l or particular* address Lock Box flh3,Un cinnati, Ohio. aplO-eod 11 VV ANTED?AGENTS FOR OUR NEW PATENT 11 Eire-Proof Saf. s; sizes 28xl8xlS; weijriit o>() lbs.; retail price *:i5, oiliers in proL^irtion. HirfUeat uwuril (silver medal) Centennial Exiowition 1SSH. Rare chance; permanent business. Our prices lowest. \\e are not in th^- sale i>ooi. Exclusive territory Ifiven. ALPINE SAFE CO., Cincinnati, O. *pU-sltw-:i4t 'ANTED?LEARNERS FOR PROF. CHRIST . J NEK'S New International Tailor System ot Divss Kill Garment CuttinK with any inch rule and tape li easure alone. 1'attema and materials cut and banted or made; oue fitting required; the nysteiu taught by Mine. S. J. MESSER. KiUd H st. n.w. fit :im* WANTED?SITUATION S._ TANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED LADY BOOK ^ ket p?.-r, a situation. Address B. I. Mtsr0?<s, 1* \v A N I ID?BT A OOLOEED LADY, A liOOD 11 place lor nursing children, and must stay at nights, can tfivc Kood rcferenccs. Apply at 45.1 Vvash ington st. VV ANTED?BY A GOOD DRESSMAKER WORK IN *1 luivate lamilns, by the day or week. Address D11ESSM AKElt, star olhi'e. ANTED?GO TO DICK'S AGENCY FOR COoKS, Housemaids, Waitress. Nurse*, Laundress, Coach men, liutiers, Walters and general housework. 0111 <th st. n.w. Also European Steamship agent, apt ?-3t* WANTED ? SITUATIONS FOR FIRST-CLASS 11 cooks, farm and dairymen, housekeepers, house men. maids, waiters, nurses, hostlers, clerks, hotel managers, cities, resorts and country. BURNHAM'S, 1?10 Uth st. n.w. apl7-3t*_ VV ANTED?BY A LADY TYPE-WRITER AND 11 stenographer, a Position, with best relerenceu. ai 17-2t* Address Miss M. N? Btarofloft. VV A NT ED?BY A WHITE WOMAN, A PLACE AS *1 cook or chamberniaid. Address !?10 Ost n.w. It* VVT ANTED?AT HEADQUARTERS ? POSITIONS 11 for Cooks, Chamlierniaid, Waitress, laundress, and Nursfs. Seamstress. Men Waiters. Cooks, Coachlueu. Butlers. SAM'L A.COOMBS. 0'J6 F st. u.w. aplT-lit' WANTED?BY A BRIGHT YOUNG GIRL A SIT 11 nation as ladies'maid or chambermaid and seam stress in a first-class family, speaKs English and Ger. man. Address MIMA.Staroffiot. apl(J-2t* W ANTED- BY RESPECTABLE WHITE M AN AND 11 wife, situation in city or country, woman to do general housework; man to take care of horse, dine. Work alwut place; will work cheap. Address C. L S? ?l?r> tith st. n.w. aplO-Ht 'AN I I I??IF YOU NEED A COOK. LAUNDRESS, . . Chambermaid, Waiter, Porter, Farm Hands, or helpof any kind send to EUREKA EMPLOYMENT AND UOOal RENTING AOENC1,910 F st. n.w. aplO-tit' WANTED?SITUATION AS SALESMAN IN DRY 11 Goods or Grocery store; can speak German or English and gi\e Verj lie.tof reference, have had 10 years' experience. Address E. 11., Star oltii-e.apl.i-3t* VV ANTED?BY A COLORED GIRL A PLACE I N 11 tamily as uurse or chambermaid, good reference*. Apply 1420 M st. n.w. spl5-3t* VV ANTED?OUR NOVEL PLAN OF SECURING 11 best domestic help In United States enables us 10 supply employers servants free. Clerical applicants same terms. 1NTELLIOENCE OEI ICE, 711 G n.w. apO-12'f AY WANTED?HOUSES. WANTED ? FOR A CASH CUSTOMER. CNE 11 House or two Houses lor $4,000; northwest; under a go*sl rent; als-? two good Houses, northwest, about J4,.")U0 to ifo.OOO eaiii. GEO. W. L1NK1NS, 10th and H sts. n.w. apl7-Ut_ VV ANTED TO OCCUPY ANDCARE FOR AFUK 11 nished House for the summer; will p>ay small relit and give satisfactory reference. Addres.-t It. F. G., Btar ottice. apl?-3t*_ VVANTED?HOUSES AND LOTS IN ALL PARTS 11 of the cit> and suburbs; have ready purchasers 11 at right puces. Address a. C. HILL, Sth and i sts. apl3-tit^ VVANTED ?AT ONCE, DIRECT FROM THE 11 owner, new and cozy home, s or 0 rooms, bay w in dow; lietween 12th and 17 th and K and K nw ; east or south front and no liast'ineiit preferred; give very owest terms; large cash pai nient apl2-0t* NEW HOME, Staroffli-e. 17 ANTED?A DW ELLIN G FOR SMALL FAMILY; Vi cash iu hand; stale price and location. ^Address ai>4-lm* llooHtiist ii.'w. \iTaNTED? BUILDINGIXiTSOR HOUSES IN ANY 11 part of the city at speculative prices. The cash is ready for any property ottered under market rates. THOMAS A. MITCHELL. mli'.'O-lm 034 F st., Room 4. VV A N TED-ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF PROPERTY. 11 city or country, encumbered, or clear. For ex change. THOMAS A. MITCHELL. luh20 1lll WANTED?ROOMS. AV ANTED-ROOMS SUITABLE FOR A PHY 11 siciau's omi-e, between H and N and 10th and ?jUth sts. n.w. Address A. E., Star office. It* AV XNTED-MAY 1 - LARGE UNFURNISHED 11 room second floor, with or without board. north ol H and west of 11th street .give full piarticidars uud width of stairway. Address MARRIED COUPLE, Siar ofh? e. 1** AATANTED-BY QUIET, RELIABLE PARTIES, 11 'two Rooms northwest, with private family or widow; modern convenience; not exceeding ?14,no other roomers *ive particulars. AddressPERMANEN T, btar office. apl ? -M' AVANTED-THREE OR FOUR UNFURNISHED 11 rooms Mav 1, for three adults, north of H and west of 10th streets. Address, stating terms, K. L., Star office.^ apiq-3t? VVANTED ? TWO UNFURNISHED COMMUN1 11 eating rooms in a good location west of Oth st. and north of H st. Address, giving l>rice. Box 75, Star office. aplB-2t* WANTED?BOARD. WANTED-BY MAY 1, FIRST-CLASS BOARD li for four adults and child, convenient to trains and near the city. Full particulars requested as to lo cation. price, rooms, surroundintra, kc. box. ?II3 City p. o. apltt-iif WANTED?LOTS. . WANTED-BY IMMEDIATE PURCHASER A CON 11 venieutly located lot of modeiate sue; northwest; state particulars with price. apl7-4t* CASH. Star office. W ANTED?TO EXCHANGE-IMPROVED I'ROP 11 er y, renting well, for va<<ant Ground to build on. Address BUILDER, A Star office. ap!6-3t COUNTRY BOARD. M T. ERIN BOARDING HOUSE OFEN FOB RE WANTED MISCELLANEOUS >v IT ANTED-HORSF8 TO PASTURE - KEEPING ?1 tk>rsea winter and summer a specialty. Owr box at Prix's Stable* 311 Gthst. n.w ; farm<m 7th at. road. ? miles from ctt|r. O. H- K CLARE. Sl aro P 0? Ud. apl7-lMr T*rANTED-t200 OR #300 TO INVEST IX A If safe and very profitable bnsineaa. Liberal per centatf-e allowed and no time to be to the Mata. Ad diWl410Pai. n.w. ? W ANTED?A SOL 2 REMINGTON TYPE-WRITER: moat be in frm?d condition. Addreaa 41H M m n. w.; lowest cash price. *rl WANTED ? TO FURNISH STORAGE FOK A 11 Piano for um of same; satiafactory reference given, inaurin* proper care and uaa*?. Addreaa G. It. K-.1613 P at. n.w. ?p VrANTED?AT ONCE. TWO GOOD CANVA8SI RS lor Crayon Portrait a, prices $ 10 to $ ?o eeal> or monthly payment* taken Call 8 to 10 a. m. at SMITHS STUDIO, Cor. bth St. and M?>? Ave. n. w. apHMt* WANTED?TO BORROW ?1.800 FOR ONE OR II two years at G i>er cent intercut 0<x>d real aatate security yiven: no commission. For further informa tion addreaa at once Box 160, Star oftci. aplo-ot IT ANTED?A (iFNTI.KMAN WITH 12,500 DE . f sir^a to pnrchaae active partnership in aome rood payintr business; real e.*;ate pre:orred. Add ***s. with name and particulara, ?'SPOT CASH." Star afica apl5-3t* W'AM ED?INTEREST IN THRIVING REAL ES II tat*? business. Addreaa, in confidence, M. F. T.# Star offlre. aplS-IW W AMED-H. BAUM PAYS THE HIGHEST CASH 11 price* for tieeond-hand Furniture. Cari*et> and Feather*. Entire Households a specialty. Addreaa 2 LU J m st. a._w. ? W _ \ir ANTED?SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING II by experienced court stenographer. Work ipiar antee Students (day or eveninm received. Room 1 <# tun Building. HUDSON C. TANNER. apll-lm _ 7ANTED?EVERYBODY* TO KNOW THAT THE . I hnrhefct canh prices are paid for tul kin da caat off clothing. Jewelry, and pistols at JUUl'8 COHEN'S, 11U4 7th at. n.w. Ail orders by mail promptly at tended to. apl l-?w \VAN 1 ED?STF.AM CARPET CLEANING AND II ltenovatimr Works; Feathers Rtno\aW<d, Mat tic-asea Made Over, 1 urniture Steamed, and Motha l*e stroyed. I H.1ULNUJ>.14U^ I'a.aT./Aciephone 10US-U apll-lm ___ \ V ANTED?PRESS CUTTING MADE EASY. II Madame W aahinyton's "Dnss Cut tiny St ale, "Just patented, enables every one to learn to cut all kind* of varments readily and accurately. The system will be taught, aud the scale and a measure book lurmahed for *6. Persons learning" tnis system are immedi ately placed in a position to earn K^od. wages. Ladies needing- exi?erienced hands can obtain them at the school at any time. lL"Jo 1 Kt. n.w. nih'.*-3<t* WANTED?To BUY?Oi m ?1? >H ' ?ND HAND N II tlemen's Clothes, Guns, Pistols, tc., tor wnicn highest cash price is paid. Call or send postal to aptt-lm* A. EIZNAK. 1301 UlhiUAj AV AN TED-LADIES TRY ^ORANGE BLOSSOM II a sure cure lor female diseases; also I>r. MeOill s *'13lood Purifier" cures malaria; 1U0 doses ?1, aainples free. Mrs. F. A. BAILEY, sole agent, 311 A at. n.c. JaH-sA w- 4m* VV AN TED?IF YOU HAVE CABINET WORE, UP II holsienng, furniture to pack, ship or store, send for THOMAS FOLKS, lUOO H street northwest, every time. mh 19-11* Vr ANTED?TRY 8CRIBNER, BEST BUTTERINE, liolls and prints cents pound: cooking, lo cents pound. Warranted not to get strong or rancia (like butter does) for one month, or money refunded, families served at residences, /br mlr only at Stalls 3'JS, 3'^y and 330 (decorated stall, middleox fish aisle,) Center Market, and 14"> Northern Liberty market. Op?a daily. WM. C. SCRIBNER. mhl-2m* WAXTID-GOOD SECOND-HAND CU >THING, ? I guns, revolvers, old gold and silver, lor which highest cash prices will be paid. Call LASKEY S Loan Office. *i011'enn. ave., corner 2d at. n. w. my'^o AY \\ FOR RENT?ROOMS. IIOR KENT-TWO ELEGANTLY FURNISHED Rooms, second floor; private family. 11*16 N at. n.w. apli-Jt l?OR RENT?TWO, THREE OR FOUR UNFUR nishtd rooms; second flt?or; rn.i.; good location; concreted street; desirable rates to gt od tenants; no others need apply; seen any time, 1^0 F st. n.e, apl 7-3t* 1?OR RENT?TWO SUITES NORTH AND SOUTH furnished rooms, suitable f??r lour young men; room and board, (120 per month. Call at 1424 L at, n.w.; 3 lines of her ilea and owk apl < 4N I^OR RENT?AT 611 D ST. N.W- A FURNISHED front room for one or two persons^ aplt>-ot 1TH>K REN I (?N.k LARGE FURNISHED ROOXi suitable for one or two gentlamen; rent moderate. Apply 21 IS Penn. ave. n.w. aplt>-lm Ivor RENT?813 11 Til ST.BA4 K PARLORBED ro?>m, also front basement; together or separately furnished for housekeeping il desired. apl6-3t* 1"H>R KENT ?DESIRABLE ROOMS, WITH OR without board: first-class table board, at nummer pricea. 2141 H st. n w. apl6-5t* 1>OR KENT?BEAUTIFUL ROOMS, SINGLE OR EN suite, in private family, furnished, large double corner house; smith and east Iront; open fire-plat es in I every room; references required; 1101K n.w. api*-14t* IVOR RENT-AT 1014 1.YIHST. N. W? ATTRAC tive communicating rooms, on second and third floors, overlooking McPherson Square; laige closets and alcoves. board if desired; terms moderate. apl6-2t* 170R KENT?A WIDOW AT 23.) 13TH ST. S. W\, has iurniahed and unfurnished rooms; privileges 1 oi the house; terms reasonable. apl5-31 | Ivor RENT-LARGE F1 RNISHED FRONT room; small family; house occupi* d by owner; 1 every convenience; references given and required; I 162;? 14tli st., corner Corcoran . no children. apl3-3t* I^OR RLNT ?EXCEPTIONALLY DESIRABLE rooms, furnished or uiiiumished. three minutes from cars. Summer rates. Gentlemen preferred. 2313 i Mat. n.w. apl3-lW F *Te 7()it Itt NT?NIl'KLV FCBSISHKD liOOMS WITH | bi.m J. at t?0K -'1 = 1 ?t. D.w., oue-n?Jt blo^V fr.ini I'a. : car. ?i>ia-lw* I^Oli RENT?KS'J7 N ST. N.W., SUITE OF NICE ly luriasbeil rwiua: southern ej.in.nurc; pnvtte family; couvouimit to 14tU st. cars; i.leai>aijt houif for one or two persons. apl2-6t one or two persons. I Sob RENT TWO NICELY" FURNISHED OOM municating rooms on hrst *ioor; tor gentlemen ?nly. Vi i S M st. n.w. apS-2w only. 1.VOR RENT?COMMUNICATING ROOMS IN building corner of Pennsylvania ave. and 12th at., over J. Y. Davis' sons Hat store. Inquire of 4. Y. DAVIS* SONS,Pa. a\? . and 12thai. ap31m_ IVOR RENT?19 lOWA CIRCLE?THREE COM municating rooms, with private bath, second floor, and two communicating rooms, third floor; fur nished. Those having children or servant* need not ap ply. References exchanged. ap2-lin Iym RENT - NICELY-FURNISHED ROOMS 1 with first-class board 1416 N at. n.w mh2?-lm' FOR RENT?OFFICES. 1 70P. REST?A VERY DESIRABLE OFFICE UN ^ tirnt tloor ?t 1307 F lit n.w. ai'Hi-tit* TYLER * RUTHERFORD. 1?OR RENT?OFFICE ON SECOND FLOOR OF ^ Mutual Fire In.. Co. Buildup, comer of I'a ave. and yti? at. u.w. Inquire In ROtJM >0. X, K02 Pa. ave. n.w. ?pl3-Sw* 1 >UR RENT-OFFICE ROOMS; ONE FINE FRONT . rooUi ou aecond floor. 6:.'l 7TH STREET, apl 3-7t? Oppontf patent office. IXIH RENT?THE OFFICES NOW OCCUPIED BY Mensra. Ourley Broa. on first floor of l'^ll* 1 st.. Iron. Mai I. Apply W. RLLEY DEEBLE, Baaeueut n.li"7-lui FOR RENT?STORES. EIXINQ-Hi Pta. Il W.; 4:l.">per 1^011 BENT?STOKE AND _DWELLINO-H<)USF, . nortlii-aat ronier of L and 17tU month, in advance; key at 1019 L st. n.w. Apply at | 1.".07 htli bt. n.w. ?pl?-3t? _ j HOI! RENT?UN UTll ST. N. W., NEAR PENN J? uylvanUnve., two "Plate tilass" Bay Viuauwn; store is 16x85: well lighted. Apply at once to J JAY GOULD, 4*1 Uth at. n.w. aplG-.it* VX)H RENT-ELEOANT LABOE STORE AND J1 dwelling; ltiO'J 14tli at. n.w.; dwelling contains 8 rooms and all uiod. imp.; latyv stable in rear. Relit Sl.oUO per year. WASH'N DANENHOWER, mh'J3-liu 1115 Fat. u.w. BOARDING. Elegantly furnished rooms ? first clar-s table; choice locatiou. K01-NU3 1'Jth st. n.w . corner oi U st. Airs, l.R. BK(.)OKS. apl i~3t* TVT EW YORK?ROOMS TO LET FOR CENTENNIAL jV week; central locatiou. ill's. A. ILXloH, J12 West 14tnst., New Yorii^ aplo-Ht YAVV OFFICERS OR OTHERS VISITING NEW j^l York for ceuteuuial can find superior a< coniniiKla tions at 1S7 Carlton ave.. Brooklyn, five nisuutes walk ot uavy-yanl aud ten iroiu biidjfe; reierencvs ex chant-'cd. apl>l:3t 1>1.E\S\NT HiMIMS AND GOOD TABLE BOARD, witli Lome comJorts. at 704 Kiut? at, Alexandria. I 'Jo minutes' ride to WasbiUfcton; o minutes' walk to depot ; iiUiiis leave every hour. HIMW BOARDEltS WANTED?ON AND AFTER MAY 1 nicely-furnished pleasant rooms with Board, the locatiou is tiie finest and most convenient in New York city. N. Y. ? between 5l|i aud tith aves. U7 \\est 34th ?pl0-w4t f>%0 TO THE WEST-END CATERER. 0 Xo Stranger- and the Public; I bc^ to state that 1 can fuiuikh first-class Meals, delivered to your roouiB nice and hot at any hour. Mail ordeni promptly attended to. W. JACKSON, miiliy-lui* West-end Caterer. 1X0S K ?t. n.w. VlEASANT BOOKS. WITH BOARD. AT RE duced rates for the sprint? aud summer mouths, lu uucements to lamille. deauitiK flrst-claaa accomiui^ia tions at summer prices. Inquire at 4,1 C at. n.w. mh'-'O-lni" ri>HE AUBURN?PENN8YLVANIA AVE.. COR. X ~-d st.; location convenient aud deli?rhUtil; pleas ant rooms ;iupely luriilaheu; Kood table; terms rca Bonable. mh'23-lm' f|>HE WEBSTER, 613 13TH BT. N.W.. SIGHT I seers' home; central to all poinUof intereat; new lurniture. eletfant n*>ms, with board, to to $10; P?r uay. *1 to fl. J. A. Dt.\\ ITT. Prop. )al4-tiin PERSONAL. T C two GENTLEMEN DESIRE A COMPANION each to accompany them to the New York celebra tion. 30th iuat. W ill iro in Arai-cluaa ntyle. a seat on the if and sUud, and a sale aud pleasant Journey ruar anteed. Address "INVENTION," lock bo* No tiSS, City P. O. _ "Pl7 4f UV1L-3ERVICE EXAMINATION QUESTIONS and answers. Send 10c. to B. W. FLYNN, A. M? Ivy Institnto, apl 5-lni* Southwest cor. 8th aud K ats. u.w. _ i>OR EASY SHAVE OR FIRST-CLAS8 HAIRCUT^ p iro to the LI i 1LE STUDIO around the cor. of 14th at and Pa. av? 503 14th, opp Dillard's; oi?rated by first-class Philadelphia white artiata. apl3-0t AQ FOR $5. TROUSERS THAT OTHER I AIL QO oiw ask you *8 we are rnakim; to order lor *"5 Strictly Aii- Wool Caasnuures ami Cheviot*. * STRASBURGEii * SON, ?pl3-flt X.)ik FOR $15. WE ARE MAKING TO YOUR n,)U measure Black. Blue, aud LiKht Colored Geu uine Eug. Cheviot SuiU for $15, worth $30. Fit and workmanship guaranteed or no sale. 8TKA8BURGERA SON. apl 3-tit 11 Vi * It. \VT M. WILLIAMS, GEO.W. McELFRESH, AUTHOR V T ixed 1 rtvate Detective Atfency. Communications rromi'tly attended to and strictly confiuenual. Oihce It in ail hours. W. WlIXIAkiS, Manaacr, U-0 k u.w. Uiy4-l'-ui' "l USTH'S OLD STAND IS THE ONLY FLACK el where first-class Second-Hana Clothing can be told at respectable pneea. AuUl tsa or call at 01W D at. u. w. m> 1 TJUILDING PAPERS. MORTAR COL9RS. IM 15 ported Portland, R. Top, r Roaendale. and Aati _ _ jim fltumml "'""'u ? L X. WillitK mJXH. HUM lOtb ata.*. FOK RENT?HOUSES. F >>r rent-mat 1st. a xtw mx-r?h>m hkick ? H ? ?"*? with bath and ail the iiKxI-ru m(tn.wk<? 1^3uHst.u. Inquire 4 )!' I n. t ..w . apl7-7t* "CVJR RENT?NO. 1518 10TH STREET S ? NEW -a ' -room bncfc, bath range with hot and cold wittt. *.10 per month. J. I. DYER. 1304 1 ??. u w. apl?-ot IMi RIXT-15 ?TK WT. N E. A OOMIMRTA ble 7-rootn 11 use ; mod. imps ai..t newli |i*i"eresl lanre yard. <w 5o. Apply 31a Pa ave. n w apl7 3* 1,?R RENT?KINK FRAME HOi 8E. ?!TH TEN rootua, beautifully |<aj.eri^E w. . . I flue wster iti tt?** yard. also a l?m stable . all thi? within on s>4uare ct bervlic llUe We will ivnt the b.uae for #-0 Itir month to reliable part). 231 1 Vth at. a.e. Ii.oU.ro of _?pI7-a?* ??*> 13th ?ta.w. t?H HEXT-HANPsoME IS ROOM HolsE ALL X modern iut^rvveBiriiU. Dear Dupont < in le; lorii.er inrt ( i-i. rtHiucnl u> #4i> tor the ?uiiiiurr luoutha. A. 8. CATWOOO. 033 l<th at- ai 17-3?* U^'S RENT - NEW T-liiV M. BA i H, CELI.tlC ? 1 hay-window, ail modern uii| roTementa.oonveuieiit to herdic* and'lepartxuenta. Ui lastcsi pTuwii.f section j of Uortueaat. #Va ->5. ALlt N V 11.1-1. BP17-3** 513 nth at. u w. ] ]r>iR rent - A srvrx-RooM hknmhp V h< uae.uearGe. ~Bvt wt> H. ?.-bts. rent on'.j # '-' ? 'o eairable tenant. A.tdress lor particuiars. " 1 HE HEIGHTS." StaroAc*. n 17-:..' I, OR RKNi-FKOM MAY 1ST, ONF OK THE I beat dw..Unit's la this ah lor tl>. | rn-e. J!? pet month. and oue of the heat 1L 1 11. -1 luso.liy localities ItiOb 13th aE u w K. A. 1 HlLElPs, 141s'Now \>rk ave. apl?-lw^ L?K~RENT?707~~C ~ST"n*.E . 7-RoOM. BATH. _T newly papered and painted; ? VO I* r mo. . 1 1 C SE u.e.; i roouis, stable, . ar:i??r.-house ail mod. inip ; #23. Apply GEO. ScHEl cH, bOl MA are. u e. aplG-lw* J,MJR RENT-CXFCRN1SHED. lt'la N aE n.w., lVr_.#l'5 Hyattavtlia? f lOst.J ?0 W45 O st. II a .lur 7.V IWVO 0* n. n * IV so 204 Del. aae. u.e.. lir ..70! I uiou at. a.w..tir .IV 30 210a O at. n.w_ lOr >."> I'll Ion H. a. w, 5r s >o WVti 4<? ft.n w . 1 Ir .. ..5o offi. e n. 7u5Mhsl.uw.25 SS27 E SE n.w- 1 Vr ,r>0 utn wr*. 13lti t 't.n w.Vo W<1 l'?t u.w.li'r -t ?> Othce rooms -t 1. llviiat. i V'fclK y at. n.w.. l?r ..35 n.w, * j to ? VU. Si.iV UUi at. u.c.,tir. .W.-Ki MRN1SHFD. Cote. ?ve? bet. R w.d S, ISr.. |?r >e?r f ^..>00 Vt.a*e? bit. ii and E? liir , slui'ie, 1 > r year 3,ooi. EuLiiiTlaiid Elat e li.w_ 1 lr.. f tr mouth.. 1??0 Venuout ave.. ne*r !<??* t .r. ie |*-ri.. ? i.th l*?o k ?t? bet. btli and ll'ti , lv'r., i>< r uioi.th W' TSLER* hiTHEhKOKO. I ?i .- (..? 1307 F at. n.w. XJR RENT?BY 1TK>S. E W Ato.AM AN, REAL WAIL BROKER. W17 k ST. N.W. llol SES. ?15 K at n.w.. 17r. tlU i Vi"i G ?t n.w . lOr #40 .>0 305V P at. r. w? fur. 13r SO 174ii N \ ave,. 12r. .. 17:wn F at. u.w . l'.'r. .. Mo 311V O ?t. li * . 14r E> 174V Fsu li v , l'.'r... .(In 1414 11th fi.ii w.,llr. 133? L at. n.w., Iit ....771!? 4'U at. n * . ?'.r .30 3o i V031 I at. n w . 14r lilt 14."?3 s at. u u . 7r....?? wl ( 415 ild at. n.w.. lor .V> 1 o'.O h.uicniati pl? 7r. -3ii i 611 E at.n.w., lOr #50 S3."> '^V<1 at. ti.w . Mr 30 Rt34 C'orvoran *t . 13r 5o lift c? sr. u.w , Cr 30 VS1>? P?t. u lor 50 00 Lai n.w.. 7r V > VSVO I' at. u ?.. 1 o 5o 4>>3 V xt. n.w., l!r ..V0.37 Vd floor. 1 Vth & E u.w. 50 140V W at u ? . t5r ,Vo 10 Wo lnd. ave.. Mr 5o vols yth ?t.n.w..ttr.lM.30 1537 14tli at. n.w ,Hr.. .45 VV5 C at. u.e.. ?Sr 10 1731 lyth?tji.w., ttra 40 437 Waah'touat, 4r 13.30 OFFICES, 4B8 L?. are.,2front ra $30 401 7th at., lat fl.,r.2.#10 Ulo F f*t?, front rui., 401 7that., latfl.rS...10 Vd floor 60 la'UQi b'ldV. rwrn 3....10 40s L*. sve., 4th floor, 4t>s 1-a are., ad flr., 4ra 30 V ha? k roou.a .......,.,10 Pth 4 I"a. ?T? room 18...'25 401 7th at., ,'tdfl ,r. H S (iuntou b'idy, r. VO. 12.50 Lenox b'ld'K, ruotii 4 5 Wth & E? it., r'ln 14 ? IV STORES. *o. Btore and Dw'm 810 Mth at. n.w..7r... #ti'J.50 Stable rear 141(1 K at. Btore and cellar VIVO ti.w #15 14th at. n w 35.50 Cellar 1543 M at. n.w . 5 Btore and I)w 'lntr 40 H Cellar 1541 M at. u w?3 at. u.w., 7r 35 The above l* only a portion of the property on my links. For full Un call at office for bnil?'t(n i?iwloa the lat and 15th. [a|>l?l THOS. E. WACK4AM AN._ T.10R KENT?ONE TWo-SIORl Bo Kit HOI'SF. eurht rooina. pautry, lum-r ? ui, coucn tc oehar, with all uiod Hill*., newly |? .ml; f i ? "i the lat .if May; W1V It st. t. ^ rout *? ; the herdica ifo to the house. Inquire 403 (th at. u.w. apltJ 8t l^OR RENT?THOSE TWO DESIRABLE BKH'K .F dwellings VS1S aud VM.'0 1' at. n.w.; lOrooiua all mod. impa.; irood l... ati. u, $50 iier mouth. TM* s. E W AUOAMAN, 017 F st. n w. aplti-3t IM 'K RFNT-HY M 1- .'J41 UTf ST. N U tliat elotrautiy-tiiii-hed pr -?e<l l;ii k. all r ? oi? and bath, bay, hull, park J UK, ail mod. 1114a ; ell'': it'll I heufhboihooo, ?Vi?. Owner next door. ai li'.-3tr I^OR RF-NT?1537 14111 ST.N.W . HESIh ABI.F. atory brn'k Eous,'. S loom., bath, lar..- dry . . liar, yard. re%l $4 ? Ai J ly to OWNI li. 4 11 15th at 11. w, or Mill' 'b. E. V A(.UAX1 AN, HI 7 E at. n.w. aplv-ll4 I^OK RENT?3-STOKY PR1>SI D BRICK BAk wlndiiw trout. 11 riainia. modern 1111 IT veil..11 ts 1 800 K at. u.w. W. O. ME 1ZEROTT * CO.. ow 11. w, 1110 F at. n.w. ?pll?-liu_ 1'OR RENT? 4 012 Fat. n.w 9166 67 1031 N. Cap. at. (Ir *'.'0.50 Maaa ave and VOth at..l V.i hl.l lKthat.u w..0r.V0..?l (.14 17that.u.w.. lVr. .100 slli D at. u. e , tir . VO 17 10 S'tn Bt u. w.. HHP. .7 5 ::0'J. 1 nth at 11.w .(ir.l S .to 1311 11th Bt. n.w., tfr...57? 14W B'd'yare. n w IS VOVtJ <1 st. u.w., 1 lr.55.05 3<i <? at. u.w., tir In I 1043 lWtii u.w.,13r..60 tMI low Bd > ave.n.e.,tir !n I VV1 E. Cap. BUllr. .5O.00 3414 1' at n.w , (ir. .17,:'.0 1VI5 i? at. u.w., 1 lr.aO.-i VI1 l>.-lr* ei, at , Or.... 11? 07 17 14 nth >t. n.w., itr 50 V034 sth st. n.w., (J rl0.5o 1338 R at. u.w.. I0r. .60 ,'iW L at n.w.. lir Ill WO A at a e.,10r 40 7 15 A Bt. u.e., t!r 15.40 | 40 J *.d Bt. 11 w., 7 r 40 3V0 Sih at. u.e., lir.. .15 30 'VOlHi 14th at, u.w., 10r. 40 1V3V 1 at. ?.e? 7r 15 33V7 P Bt. u.w., lVr... .40;Whitney Close, Or la V04 lilt u.w., lOr 35 Hyaltaville, 7r la 103U Ilith at. u.w .. .3H.4V 11 VO (ith st. u.w .'.(r.30.4' 1435 L' Bt. n.w., lir..30.35 130ti T at. n.w.. tir 31 W4S S t-t U.W.. Or V7 S 1 nV4 iitii st. n.w., 7r.ti7.b 1533 15til u.w.. Or..V5." " 1118 5th at. h e- (ir I V M> Lean av a w., 5r. .11.30 VS 1 ei.iou Piacti, Gr.. 11.30 10VH 4th at u.e., 4r. lo 30 3V0 L Bt. a.w.. ar ...10.S0 H13 4A? ?t. a w , 6r.. .l(l.30 "lent nPLn.e,5r..10.:i0 7:i!i 3d st. n.w , 7r..V5 40 31'J L Bt. u.e., 4r 10 (jot! Bat. n.e.,6r Va.4o 443 R at.n.w.,3r 10 t>31 Maaa.av.u.e.,6r.V5.35|01a V7that. ti.w., 4r..U.30 10V5 S.J. ave. u.w., I Or V5 30 STORES & DWELLINGS. lfllti Lareb at.,6r...V5 30 1445 P kt. u.w? Sr..,V5 :to 1321 7th at. n.w., 8r....(i0 VS 1 s N at,n. w., Sr 25 a'V H at. u.e . Sir :*0 1318 V at u.w., 7r 23 301 K at. u.e..or 15 151 lt? 10thu.w.,7r..22.t?V Bp 1 a B H WARKER 4 CO.. 01G F Bt. n.W. 1.XIR RENT?FERN 1S11ED HOCSE. IN THE ueiirliborhood of Thouiaa Cin-le. B'>ardtakeu iu I art i?yuieiit of rent. For further particular*, ad r-sa F. H , Star office. apla-3t* IJOR RENT?1100 STH ST. N.W'., NEW BRICK House, ten roorna, modem uuprovemeuta Al'l'ly bOS 11th st. n.w. apla-3t* 1r>OR RENT? 728 Oth st. it., Or #15 30 037 l"a.s.e.,5r.tBte#G0 1V07 C st a. e.,(lr,w lV 50 030 l'B ave. B e..fir..ate OO S13 12th n e.,5r .water. 12 102015th st. n.w.,i4r.5a 1210 Wylieat.n.e.,5r.0.50 [ 200 A a.e? lir., all 111.i 121 1 W ylie st.li.e...ir.W.."aI j i431 N ..1. av. n.w.,tir...30 12V(i Wvlle at.n.e.,ar. 0.50 i 131 Mi V at., 7r., all m i .30 0 Grera'a alley.4r 0 | 400 O at. u.w.,6r..atore lio 1373 Bdy. at.n.e.,ar 8 i 1405Col. st.n w.,0r.25.40 7VO l -'tli at. b e , 4r 8 1407 t ol at. h.w.0r.Va.40 SV6 Vd st. Be., 4r 8 1427 N.J.av,. Or., m.t..V.S 1206Cat. a.e., 3r 0 1 1035 (ith at. u.e.. (ir.22.50 liear 1210 1*. e., 3r <1 232 Otli Bt u.e... Or..22.51) 1200 Dat a.e., 4r ...3 78 1154 5th at. u.e., tir VO 3 Piers C't. a. w., 3r..3.50 ti37 Pa. ave. a.e.,5r VO sl'OREb. 030 1'a. av. ?.e.,5r.,m.L..2o C37 Pb. ave. a. e $40 1020 tith BE n. e.,0r 20 to3s# l'a.ave. b. e 40 1031 lith at.u.e.. Or 20 WOO 1 ltu Bt n w... 15.50 10713 (ith at. u.e., (ir 20 Si'ABLES. 732 Oth at. s.e., Gr. .10.30 Rear 01.1 1 at $10 bWORMSTEDT & BRADLEY. apl.Vlm 927 Fat.u.w. V"OR RENT?BY R. O. HOI.TZMAN. REAL ES X law aud insurance Bnker. lotliandi tu>. u.w. H0ESE8. LaTicrre Hotel, 10th 1737 9th st. n.w ,Sr. #40 and E Bts. u.w., 4Sr., 013 list. 11. w . Or 40 uiod. impa #250 bus Oth at. u w., 10r....40 17.>4 K ai. u.w.. 15r .125 2212 H st. n.w . 7r 30 S12 E Bt , br and sture.lOO 123 C aE ?.e? 8r... ....30 1015 N Bt. u.w., 1 Vr 05 VVlti H at. n.w.. 7r 30 615 1 St. u.w . 14r .83.33 100 7th st.a w..or..a'?. .28 1007 H st n.w., lOr 75 1021 I7that.n.wfl 5r .21 1V10O st. n.w., 13r 75 1235 0that.n.W.. <r.VO.aO SOT loth at. u.w., lor..75 1251 11 st. u.e., 7r._20.50 421 1 ltu st. u.w , 17r..t}5 lVV3Dst a.w..tir 18 1017 12th u.w . ltHP....tiO ?i'-'3 4*4 at. b. w..6r .18 ] 227 E st. u. vr.. 12r....OO 1028 17thBt. n.w., 5r..l8 1S41 list., lOr oO tiVO Dat.n.w.,3r..store..Iti 1011 N Bt. u.w . Or 50 434 Mass ave . 4r Iti 1232 14th at. n.w.. 10r.5o 300 Dst *.e.,Or... 15 013 Peun. ave. n. w.. Or.45 17ol loth aE n. w? 4r. .15 17:i5 t<th st. n. w-.. Sr. .45 3o7 D bI. a.e. tir 15 515 Vd at. u.w., lor .. 445 1034 N. J. a\e?4r 13 730 21st st. u. w_. br... 45 ECRNIbHRD HOUSES. .near 18th Bt., 13r..$5oil Ver av.. 1,1 N12r.*lG6 66 ?. lat. 17tli& 18th. 410.00 It, near Vlat Bt., Sr. 150 [ Ma?s. ave, l"t. 13th Oth. above K at.. 1,'r.l.iO ( and 14tli. 17r :i:i3.33 R. 1. ave.,bt ltijcl7..,125 1 Colin, ave.. near S at . .250 1'at., near l'.'lh.l Or 12a K, bet. 17th IS, 15r.2."iO 2!<th.Ut. Vaudlt.,1 Or 100 L Bt., beE14 & lo.Wr.250 35th, near w u.w., lir.. tja OFFICES P41 F ft., 2d floor, 6frout l?30 F at.. Vd floor, 2r..#30 rB., heated by steaiu.. ? SO N. e. cor. 7 & 1. ir. .*> to 25 141 F, 3d floor, a front rs.. 470 1a ave., from lOto 20 heated bv ateum till 513 11th at.,2r 2a Lltaaut rooms in "Sun 1211 F st. n.w , Vr 25 Buiidiuif,"tireproof,2fcle- 1211 1 st. u.w., 3r 25 vatora. heated by steam, 1211 Fat, u.w., lr. 5 fron.#30to #00 each. 513 11 tL at.,:lr 20 N. E. cor. 12th aud l'?. 400 13$a at u.w.,allop. .20 ave., lr 83.33 1507H lj sEu.w.,shop..8 STORES. 51211th?t. n.w #.101 alVHllthst. n.w. 50 apla R. O. HoLTZMAN, lotu and i Bta. n.w. I^OR RENT-CNFERNISHED. ' 1415 I bE n. w., 1014 21at at. ti w.,14r # ? 13r #2501133o Rit-tra Bt. u.w., tir.35 1214 F be n.w.. V3r...25tw 1332 Rikits at. u.w., tir .35 1701 R. 1. aveuue u.w , 1334 i'.i(fis> be. Or :?5 17r. 20b 3;i motiliitu at. n.w., (ir...30 1413 Maaa ave , 17r . 200 1308 bth at n.w., Vr... .30 I 1-at. n.w.. 12r 125 1033 30th at. li.w., br.. 14 1700 loth at. u. | -.,16r 116.671 FURNISHED. 112a loth aEn.w.,15r.H5 H at., nr. 15th. 15r 400 1025 Mass. ave., l3r .lOo Maas. ave. and 2Uth St. 172b 1 st.n.w.,13r?. S3.33 15r 333 33 lbOO 14that.u.w, Oraud I at. or lbth n.w... .333.33 atore 83.33 Couu.ave.. near K, 15r. .>00 161b2lBtBt.u w.llrb3.33 Maas.avmr lSth,15r. .300 lOtli at..nr. L 20r 3o0 Rbe.nr.20th, lir ...250 15th and K ata., 1 Or . . VaO Conn. av.. near R, 1 Sr.250 IOOO B aE u.w., w. h bo 502 E aE n.w 75 515 12th aE U.w.. 13r.. la 1323gat u.w.,llr 75 502 E aE u.w? lir ??> MaM.ave.air. 15Un.13r.VoO 710 11that. u.w.. 16r...75 17thand s ata., 13r...250 k023 0at.n.w.,llrana Hillyerave. 17r 200 stable TO lbth at. near Maaa. bt.. t>17 12th be n.w.. 14r..7o 10r (Hil lHthat.n w 00.67 R. I av.,nr. boott Eir 1022 lat. D.K.Sr ?a cle,14r 200 1415 N aE n. w., lir... .05 R.1. ?v? n'r i 4th. 11 r.200 bV4 12th at. n.w., stora Conn.av.n'r R. Ilr.l(i0.o? anddweiln.K BO u ?t . near lbth. lor. 16O . 201V Hiiiyerl'iac?.?r..bO G at., near 2Oth. llr..lV5 144b N st. n.?., 10r....5a lWth at ,near N, lor..126 1 1011 N at. uw.br 50 N,near 14th,Wr........ 120 ! 1023 15th st. u.w.. ?r. 4o|0 at., 163b Pierce Place. 10r..42|24o ir?i iiiii,i>i.? 1 ..near VOth. lir .100 2 14ih at.u.w,12r. 100 h Bt. n.w.. lir >6 , lbol g Bt. n.w.. Or 5o 35th at. n.w.. lir 7r.?... .... MV3 15th at. 1607 15tu be u.w, 1 Or..4 4 2410 14that.n.w..ll)r. .40 1631 O aE u.w , 7r 05 1400 Chapin at., Or 40 itf23 15th at. n w , Or. .Oo The above houses can 1* exatnlned by permit froas tnr office only. 1 faOilAbX llsEEli k CO. apl3__ 1324 F iLk w. PJR RENT-TO BE VACAI EO THE LA?T OF Ai>rtlt complete houae; 6 ro>.ma aud I wth ; all mud. eon.; irood yard; private entrance; 1620 Caroline at. : ?20.30 per month, in advance. Apply to Orutiry btore, our. of T at. and N. H. ave. apla-3t* I 1NOR RENT - 3120 DUNBARTONIlVE. NEARLY X new lo-room bru k. bmwn-rtoneatepa. (wrlor. din luir-roolii and kltcheu. first floor: bonae newly papered and contains every modern . ?u venlauca. ran t f 45 to a careful tenant. keys next door. apla-3t* F^HIR RENT? I U424 K aE. R-roea brick, modern lmproremanta. FOR RENT?m >l'SF.S. 1 nh- ? r 723 1 m n ,t. 12r.? 100 231 ????? Fur- 21 "Of H *t l.'?r UH'-.'ilM at. .'?r . w. Fur., 2t?tf B 10* K3.3.1 M.i ?-0th >t . 5r ? ? >;J 1410 2?Uk lot, m i 7,\ .?w-.'i 1 at- 1X.J? I Wrt lttli ak. 10T.. MO 7 1T .'4? .'Oth *k. Or Ij i Oti Oo <7i>4 0 K ? . Ik }? Sti4 1*1. 10r? tu.l. 40.Oo -' 71 n K ?... Or 1 212V K *l_ Mr- 37 Oo h?*r24?v I at.. Or H'W MKt*litil.lVr.AU 1 ..'0-i*i ?1 . Or .... .10 >*0 SM.'7 23d *t_ 8r..m.t.35.60 Ml ? kvi.vurt. At 10 2211 1 *t., 8r., tu.l .Hi Oo K \ * ?? , 4r ?.V ?721 N *1.. 1 "r . tni 3o OO Nil) pi*. ?? 8 50 Jlv.'l r *t.. Or . Ui ?..;*? 411 l:ewr V?tlV I *? . St 8 30 l.V-'l ller**. Nt. m i ?0 AO ?t<l?ailut l rra.* 4r 8 W 14-1 * *t? <r.,iu.i. .j >u?rMI -?uii?*,.. I?r.lv30 .kitkHr.M.V1.' ?HIM 1 h uai ?* a..e> ? 8 30 til023d*t.Hr V* 00 JtlO\a .< . ..r * 1 J\U> 30tb*t .Or 4.. ,mii K ?t.. ir H 2317 1. *t..rtr 20 3n 8 .0'.3.1 ?t ltt>8 23d *?.. 0r_ m.i.ls O STABLE*. V11 \ *t.0r 1. -O RW.'41'.Mi.i? Ill V tri 24th *t . Or 10 .to l.e*i 111". I ?th *t ... JO 2810 rit, 10 sl<>ui.iv l!*Os K *i.. ttr 10 .nl 11-0 1 Mli *1- i'if?. 50 270iKak.br ... . 1 0 1 <4M I*. ara .45 AO 1MU3 28lh *t, Sr*.. . 1 4. ;to liTi lull ii*t *1 11> w WtMVTT ft WILCOX. ?; l.t ih ?v? n.w. 1>Hi KIM s-\ K.nV Hoist. BA1 *IMM? . I nut. ti-.i 1.1. i- i*i*nd M-1:?? ]>>K KIM Hi U nil I. r.'I'.ixiM f'TlAOli, with new atu I le ui t?ar halt *>T' ? >( a- vui.d. cor ner WiM<llf> i*ati? and l <-!?>) t.? ii im?i Aiply W Dkaix. ut;o\t M . 1.;j1 t ?t. _ ?i i:.'.in 1>>K KLNT ? 117 It at. * e.. 12r. .ml.. (unn*liM.? ? ? ? i.ttiO 8 D W., 7r . ui'"I. inn* ? -1A 44.? M u 7r .mod. lu.i? l>:t! Vrnmijiiic., ir. .u?4. n..!-* 1-3- M u.? . Or ; ii: h1. l:n|?... ?-?t 34 M h u e , Or.. a* -U. iuu>* lo Kll>rv>tOI ? v\ UJil k, 1?KK> 1 *1. I,t>K K1 VI I AlUit ltl.lt k. <li 1 M N * . 11 r<*v ii.*. - tmtii*. ivlltr. !*:*'?? diiiiiitr-rv.>ni. n*?Ij Wlvml ?n.l c*i:i-,-d tLn>Uf U'Ui. ?iiu m . l*iw \?i\l. w -.ti. ?i<W ?uii iMHlt fciicy. 67o. ALltl.Kl r. lux. KM 1' at b. v aj i 1,H'K KI.N l-HUHIN OXK sgi tlif til ViAK ?ltd N?v> lv; .ir-.K . l.t*. ?i..ii*t ot 10 n HIS (>? L.ii-i, lit-* i) .ti u-r'oil<'rdrrlUr? utrliouv 1.1 .1 cii.j ?4 >. > i i.lnLli 4 Lll-Ul-ik.M *5 V *l>13-ot |:t03 f?L 1,V'K lii.NT-^\T? II \ lUM^HIU TIIUOH.H . nut, 1?1|>?<UJ t-T'.i k t|.'UM'.IVIlU.l.l.i* flrr) niudi Ii ? Hi)<ruvrui?at,uu k 1. KTf rear l.tiu *t ti.%. Mill rti.l lor ?uiiiuirr tin uiiif *t 5 ?tl i*t ii. titL ? AnUINu lO> 1)AM MH?WI U, ?l 13-<?t 1110 1st u w I^nU It! VT-M \lt G1a)Ki.1 I W N HI1MIK \ . tull)-!urut*l?-J llvum . t< rvnlli* *I.U tiHUi ar<l?M tbedunr. Apt'l) M C It l it Kl.lMt. ?l'13-lw 1-T>4 .t'.'d *1. 11 ? 1>?R KKST? Mrndiiui ?v.. Ml I'lca* I I .til UiMAT..!2r|'.'0li ?i,t. h r ? .'iO r.'tnuikl . I -r 714).> tt *t. til --.Ml M.i I'.'lbct., Ilk ? * .'.?7 mil * 7r 1V13U*1, lOr !'?"? 'jr.lt lit ?*.* * tt r. 1J 40 j if *v? -".'d ?t? l'lr ..">.1 -J-'.ttl 1 i?-n I mill iv.Hr 14 1 ti'.> 14iti *t 14r ....-><? 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A| | ly CUAU1 .I.n l.kKLl. ? I Mm i>U3 14Uiat u w. 1 ,'<?!( EKNT-BIl imH ST. K. W. 3 HT 4U...?7? 1 h23 I at. ii. ;i-at try iu. 1 bftM-m^ut J l'.''i3 > lliiiu|i. t.e, V-story mid tiaaciiivat . 10'.'t! 17Ui at n. ? . 3-M., f?*> uicut *iid mttic mi . 3(1 20 53_l?fct. u. ?'., 3 aU>rj. IK'? li llw 2o7 II ?t u.*., 2-Jtorj and 1?muii-ui <23tttii*t. *.e.,2?I ry 10 UiliJ3-3ino _ BLA1.L, 1.1.''it n ft CO., 13211'at. 14XIK IthNT?lHt>? O. a U , AIX M 1 ;l!" a . I; W r.; m. I., l.w. I42i V 1H r.; u.L;|44 144?' t'orcurauat : lor., lu. L. *30 ."HI. ai<t>-3ui OllAHAM ft lKH.lt>X,?30 Fn.w _ IJORBKNT-OOMFLETKLY Fl ItMMU.H HOI hl j 17 runuia- *ituate,l i u <'..ri:< r. II' '1-1 li*'^at an lion (If c-itjr. ovrrUmkiiuc oiri 1. , lioua*- l ariK'Ulaily idactd to <?utert.imuiir. Unit *'.'110 i"T iiiuatli to cari ttil c*r tie*. Addrvj-a 11. A. C., Mar ' til' e *l*0-luio Ixm REXT?13M m sr. N ? , M t? ktl ?IN , dow liouae, 10 rtM'ii-a ainl liatli. i.ll M'->ru ?-"n \tiiiiur?a. I>ri?r)it ami ?lii-rrtul; hktIiuuk iorimata family: }4 ' l?r iuolUi. luiiuua of 1KANK T. llltOWKINtl, 41ti 5ili *i. n.w mli-<i liu iXIH REST?1302 L HT.; 10 R?KIMS ASLt btTU. . latroU-a and ctillar. 1 : :i., t?i."i. A|'i ly I" ol.l l.> 4 CLS M Nt.U AM. apl 1-2** 140o 1 atroet. 1"~JH ?k KtST-l X FI R SI SHED? 2 l'u|'oulClnle..*17>0 l?>oo 15that. (4.> 1311 H at 11 HI 1228 1 at. n. e 20 1210 1 at ion 7t'K H *t. U e 20 1310 10th at 75 4127 th at a a 1H ..0 7trjl0th?t 4ns 7th at * - Ik ."?<? 1314 mil at b3 33 17124th at ? * 1?.M 1432 S at. Oil 1427 I at., ollica I* OO 144tSat. I'll I'.KMSHFD. JC.th at jir Roott Cir *.ii 5 lwii?t..tiTl>tipont<-^r.l23 llith at., near V 375 o, bet Wth ana liith. ..120 klw. ave near 12th.. 2 m luthand v loo 1 ;.i'il Circle V.:>0 k at tear 14th *0 k. lift. 17 ti. 1U.U iML. 1 75 1727 I at. u. w... ?H3-? iJ.at., nvarl4tu i7 5 I ITCH. FOX k BROWN, nihl4 14Ui huii ave u tr. IXKt REST?1417 (iTH 8T S. 3 sToKY AM? bain'im Lt |>r***.** d-bri<'k hot.ae, 10 rnoitia, ail mod. lm|'*:;2 lai? liall* ill the i*ar. auitalur lor*rtlai'a ?tudio or any |>uri>o>e. al. iu tfo"d i-oiidiii' u, rent to a food triiaiit, too. 14y t-'HA? 8. bHUEVk, lOnM 7 til at. n. w. ai-4-lm 1.XIR BEST-1020 8TH HTREFT V UtTIIU l>it. . 11 ruoiua aud bath, ail ri" 1- ru luij r"V?n.i'Uta. EA1 Mi Nh SMI 111. kuaton \ain-iy Store. mh26-lm 7o."> Market >(*<*. 1"7ok REST-S. W. COR. l.STH AM) k si S K Isr aud atable. a m i? |? >>-ai *l,4t>tl 1011 T at. 11.w , 2-at' Ty Ulil buai'l! . n; bay a iuao* brick. MUtheni ea^oeure. armrbttul locaii inl8 rouma. ?.^33.33 R^3 .id at. a.w? v-au.ry liar window brtrk. 7r... #10 liouaiaa Court,Cai'itol Hill, 2-atorv l?nrk . Or *12 karirc warehoiia*. workahof. or atable, n? w ruar jth and 11 it w , 30 It. alley. w ater, tnut. aeaer. 4< *10 12 v at. n.w., or t* 1-02 U ak ?*.. 0r.?....^ * 111 ;w OEO. E. EMMoS>. m.'IO i<30 F ?t., Atmiitu Huiltlinir. i BUSINESS CI LANCES. fl'HK ISVESloR MEEDS FIVE 111 SDREDIXlU X l*r? tooouatruct a uut Ling modelof hi* Ol.A\ 11Y MOTOR. IJiucf'Sui will *a*.<ii an mu-reat in the iuTeLtion of ten thouaund dollar* for aaid money. It t an be built and a fair liial luul iuaide of 00 day* and under obligation* ol eecrecy 1 la ? iliintr to ? ah nut and e*| liLtn Itta iv|'reaent*tt*e u.o.lel to aii> three |? i>.11a tciix-ted by the kMOttir oi Ute utoucy. Addn-a* MO' 'ii. Star ol&oa. ai>i.-lw ^LAit ASU.MAU1 1.1 JIAMUS l.Yl.O,. HTOCS 17 *t lowaal i rn i aever ofl. rid. 11.leiiMi niari.n ? ra in imported Loiueatic ilarblea. i. h M AXXISti, al l i-l w 1320 l'a ave. u. w. COMETHISG ESTIllIXT ORIOISAL IS FoiU yjt.-ait*. Call andi-'uhuut. A. W. EkWIS. Aitiak i.obbiu* buildliitr, .UiaitdE u w. aj 17-3f HAV1NU HtCIIH D To LEAVE CITY I WII L. oBer at yrivute *ale, 37 O *t. n.w . hue wattle wu^ou 11 *d clear f45 to * >0 per week, will lurniah ail imortiiatiou cone, riiinar buatnem. *[17 .It* LORsALk-EM'H.E H l.M 1 l"! 1 1'I 1ME1.VE r room houae, Ccnintlly li?i*ted . n . r> nanu reiil.-d, aouth front, everytli.i^ new. a*u.-.iit?-t<>i> renaotta fclven. Addreaa Uvt 48, stwr othcu. lor one week. ?i 17-2t" IHl; SA1.1 cSl ui TH1. <il.Hl.sl AM) falsi cort.trtrroi'ei-iea in Soutii V.*a .imrton, uo ri?a.>n. ableofler reluaed. ilLie*a of ta> 1 r crietor cauHe of aaie. lor 1 Ulther Uiloi Ittattoli t *11 ftt o 17 14that n.w. ai>l7-3t* Mosey to eoas Wauted to tanr 'W tlO.IMtO for two year* at A |*r i-ent ou A 1 real caUte aei uritj a|>l 7*3t A K HILL 4 CO. ITHiB BEST?A HALLWAY, SI 1 1 Altl.l. 11 >H A . 1 Itfar aland; iroiid buatneaa location . rent 1' Mun auie. Apply KM ? til at. u.w. ftpl7-3t* N'OW IS Yotk TIME TO bl v 200 HHARE8 or Fueuinatii' ouu-i *rn**? bto.k. I want mon? y aud will ctoM* out *t *--?*. o. X. kkkASl. 010 Dili at. n.w. aj' 1 tt-if ISxttbes, htocCTS fart of siuce. i* Slioe at'.re, 1228 .that. u. w. l^.r a*le, and at.ira j torrent. JoHS E. LITTLE. apo-lot* PSEl'MAllC Ul'S CARklAUE, Ok Al'Hi 'I'UdSE. and otnei *tocka CoJ#ui and ao.d at u.aiket pneas by IKA.Nkli. i-lXul^L *pl3-7t 1313 F atmet. I^OU kl NX HOI -h NO. 5 I Si VI -i.Ll.uASr new bntt, n-oderu m4<to?eiiieiit?, !< rooiua. $do. ! a iLily to I. It. c ALL At* Ha s , apl-lm 831 North tJaintoi at. WILL FXCHASOE 280 ACHES OF Fik&T ciaa* V, latonain land for equity in D lair let proper ty. Addraaa t it AN A UtMk, *o4 I-anita. *v?. u. w. 1111W- ltn ??ritHE WOKI.D DO WOVE."?RFMEMBLk THE X *"lerreairial t :o> k kAMBAl ha* ?ut LOST AND FOUND. 1X)LSD_CAME TO MX l'UEMlsEs. POINTER ' Ik*. Owner prove ppj>wrty. pay chanrea and tafta hiiti away L RICEH. 310 8th at n w. If CTUAYED-FROM KENDALL URLEN. HtKltAY 5 14th inat., I4ack and Uo 8cotch ooiU* mmrl -Clyde." bad ou nickel < ollar with owuer'* uan.e and addrea* on it itaward tin* ou return to (ikkM|iw at kaudaUUraen. wlt-n LSnT-AX AJ-I'ACA 1 MbRILIA WITH A CARVED | do^ on handle Any one returning aame to 172It 12th *V. a.w. will be rewarded. *pl 7-2t* LBomT^VSDAY AFTER \ KSPEB8 A BLl'E BILK knit puree iu Lalayette square. Fb-aae retura Ut .AN Ni.li 4 HAUHuN, RetropoUtan Hank bu..dlua; 013 10th ak at l&-'t* IHX)I SD?I'AME TO MY PLACE. S00 I HT. X. L V Monday m"rt.in?r, a b*y Uoiwa. clipped lav* anil bwnared tail. Ownar oao have a*iua by uwioi prop, erty aud i>*yin? cuata. CiJlMEN T Oll.HFX.apl?-3t* A,) REWARD. LOUT OX ~ 81RDAY BROWN ???a?eu?r pup. whiu bceaal. aixutonUi* old. Retwra gkH X. Xwt wpHHK* ^OCKD-OS THE BRIOHTWOOD ROAD. A PC I XXItrKD L&X' iD?1H1. HKIUHTWW'D ROAD. A PI MKM uittins mou*y, Apply M Um ?dtoe of "1Q