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FOR SALE-HOUSES.
F
l^OP. *AL> - 4 HFAP ? TO A FBOMIT MT?I
r ehaaer. 10_ns.ni Pr is brick. Bod. imp,
M"v^-te?.ssfiajivK4??',95
1 n. k E ~t. n?ar 17 th ., uth "front. ^2y M WoT
s"-'AMiS&TmSV^ "w
SS P"{
w<j?rj?uiidH. i.i t ami cold water eas-h fl<?nr *?? ^4in
rxiiiri x,rtn,?. eper^&^:
h'f f^K , ,FVKR STORY BKK K dwelling.
I .? ? TU., V - "J0"1 ? butler's p.ntry. went aide
I, 121, Duismt Circle, H KMSHED pro*
a't l/.-jt * "*">? W RILE* DEEBLE. 1319 F .1
JA'J* "AI-K THE XEW Bwr.LUNO, 1614 RHODE
J Island are., tacim, Scott Circle
*l - ? " * p.ionmisnr*
!?''* **U -A 15 PEB CENT investment?8
J i .r**'ar, *'nrk II??u?e ?? Jerwy ive. n.
S'UkLv^V, A desirable 9-r<?oni residence,
l>orth n?ie of V/. near 14th *t.. cheat; for cash. Several
. f?;' .lli7 .bn? k<; w?U locabnl i n Northwest. from
+MMIO t *o,.>ihj. h. P. HI TCHINS * COL.
Hi ... .It J ;-:1 ? MU
L1 ?? s\LE H?TSFS.
2d st. n.e ., near O. two-story Bri? k Pwell
jntf' *11 modern improvem* nts, lot 17x
? This in a cheaf piece of property, and
caii be U uvht on *a?y t?rii?s #3.000
t. near \M *t n.e , two-atory, 7-room Hri? k ... 3.000
?d. Dear 1st. n.w., tw.?*tory Bri. k ... 3/J50
>ew * ork ave.. between 4th anil ,"?th sts. u w ,
tfcree-atory, 7-n^iu Bnck 3,600
*?**? st* nw * threestory and basement
Brick, 1 1 room*. bath an J cellar, only 4 oOO
B. I?etween 17th afful lwth sts. n.w, three
story, t ra,..?. lot jr.xl^7. at #1.50 per foot.
-;JirV 'U?. " w r>. " room Brick. 4,900
.1* *t north. n*ar l.a.<*t <'ar ltol. A very nice.
Jew, three-story. s-r ?.na Br: k Hoaw, heated
by furnace, and with all Biodeni improve
ment* _ 6 000
U, near a rli.-r. (?? r.retowu. a di<-*irmUe twol '
?t. r> i ??? .ur t>n. k. m r> ? m- :m,| l>ath 7.000
jl. U'.ir .Irth ?t. ii.w . t?i.-M r> and Eiurlioli
U- lin. k. 7 ruutuaaud Iwtb.lot VOJix""
<?? rii*r I Jtn an.i ii- unVuVyl Vwo-Vtorjr brick" 7 ',00?
nwow and atbrr tortrecellar. Brick .tablevn
Bktnidar) rt. that . an be eouvt-rted mto a
U??-llu:>r I hi. is buuud to be a vuod buaineiia
i rui*rtj unnn
",jrJ ? ?*o three-.tory aiid
ta.'inftjt n-r^iiu Bricks, for both kooo
ii,, '"-ar -?>tti st n w., thr.?-storj-. l?>4uum
n?rt"t ^n''ry fc V*"*"1 i>?l?fhlvrtK><?l HA00
a u,w f-ifht-nKjm frame
ht i*. Kuod l.? ation, fJ.-'DKJ aim IS arrea.
ii"IT'.ve?l by a lanr,- houne. fruit, flowers. Ac #5 000
B. th pU.es ?n b^hland with aurnlfk-eiit n'w
- ' R ? u Uijfl B kCoi,916 F st. n.w.
> \1.1 -LABGE,!!] W. WlXL-BITlI.T THRFF~
i? vriiIi w*!! '"V" l"v'w 'V,k- "?"th tn,ut- ^
iU * window, iu. i . hoii.<*^ and lot *J3 feet wide
lar?f>- side and rear alleys. 33 M st. n.w. ?i,*i4-4t#
SALE? NEW TilliKK STUKY PRESSED
J* bnck Bay-wiadow Hou4e, t?-n rooms an?l bath
r//f*ri? ,v^tn'1'-fnr?f"-1'":11 ?t. B.w tme'
J. ilf lu monthly lu t^., latlance in live year.. Get a
home by paying monthly IDStalmentj in.t-ail of rent.
. JOHN O. JOHN SOX.
ap.4-iw ITJ8 F St.
sM.l AT BEST or FEB RECEIVED BE~
* I ''r7i i V h. u*e northwest, larire lot
a..J 'U le Full particulars will be mailed br address
ing ALUS, star oflk-e. a| 'J4- Jt'
l^' *MU - FIXE Bl >1X Ess pkopebty OX 7TH
A -t .i- tw^eu ti and H-t. n.w.; must U- sold tocloae
an eetate K H r. LEIluLD, i:ttX? F st. n. w . ^
ond front. ap','4-ilt
Lx.i. - * i.; ruzE Two-ntmr aid baseI
)?th"f ?, *? St. .Iiear'.M n.e. .si* rooms and
bath in l.: m arly new, i? J.500 eai Ii. H. H. T LFI
FoLlJ. i.'HMl E' st. u. w.. se. ond floor front. ap24-l)t
^?H SM.I 111-' < ST s E.. AX EXCELLENT
' 'I'l' t. niity tr thru-it few days, lot "J'J 'Jx!iS
new'i-n mi h well arranged, l l. asant. and con
venient two verandahs: front and t?ck stairs; side
and l^ k alleys to, -st.'ry stable 'Jttx'J'J in rear i>er
f-_ 11iticf .rfio if id at once; terms to suit pur
'h?- r. Al i ly to owner. ?.Eo. E. PAXTOX. 11 la C
? "? apa4-3t*
if* >VI K ' HI \r-:: BOOM BOUSES WITH
.. SrTV'f M '}? ^ 1"? and 'Jd sts.
t H I tkKKk ,*rIU< Uthi p**5* SI.OOO.
C. M l AKKhK. 4*^ and E st?*. s.w. ?pt;4-3t#
F'i .K SAEE " HEAP-A ?<k?D 7-BOOM BUCK ON
. .* w ? act?r. lot, IS by i"; a nice residence
''apv^ C- H PAUKt". 4H and E^ aT^
FVK.,sa": ?001>~?-R00II BUCK
bonis- , on 4J*. liet. M and X st^. s w . business
I iwierty. <..M0each C. H. PAKKER. 4Hand E sts
- - WMhSP '
"?."MlKSAl.E (1HEAP-A U4M.I1I Bt'HIXESS PHOP
iJt.tTiia- ' t1* *" 1 '!,h *u- ?.w_ that will
'".r ** ? IT ""onth price <o,00U C. H. PAKKER.
"/% a?iu l sis. s.w. apt^4-itt*
K??i. >M> \1 Morx-T pleasantT OX- TEX
1 . y ??. cn',l|t. a coits?e in perfect condition, larjre
lot with fruit, irta and paper throughout.
a| '..i .,t* < LAI.EXI T F. COBB.
Svi'U !j-u-F-TW<?-ST4.1iY PRESS BRICK. 1208
vT.ttr 7;.11 IV""- hot *?d l'old water and
? . , ' T * ""1's . "?> 'eet Sxl.li) to 1 j
H ^ ?4.00W. ? HAS. J. FA.XXIXO, JRJ1
H n.w.. or at house. ap'ii-aw*
Fi'' s h K A UXf ll-KOOM, COKNEB BUCK
X. Ii 'in. , near 1 ast 4.apitol ^t. A b**a;itiliil hon ?* at
a harvain; ?WOll. WltluHT k STOCKETT s 11> f'
?" n w" ap'J.'t at*
K ,KM"' IEsoI.D W ITHIN 10 DAYS. i.> 500
* ? r';*r r-snlenc" on st 's e
wirtu ?mio. <i risms and cellar, good sized lot"
?.dr 1'iraiiig. one of the finest locations in the city
DAVID D. HToNE,"
S04i E ,t. n.w.
F "Ut- " 'M *'? "N T .VI ., XE %R 7TH
new. . rooms and bath, handsomely
paSen-'l This is probably the best house in the city
DAVID D. STOXE.
_a*C.J-.lt S0t5 F it. n.w.
1^'K SALE-HOfSES. ~
J^2ai0?o-?aa4 Bound 214 A st. n. e fh
? 'b-h- 1 WOO Mr ** if'ooo
~itv .t r, *tl It?"?* 1 n 4 *"d lii??"t'h st.
. ;"*r ?. w . b.h.. Tr?? and 1
?-11 to ?.-JJ* luth st. f. h. in rear ?? OOO
lTXl't 13,000 400 and 4u? 11th at.
* .to L4.ik. St. n. . w , b. h > OOO
T.7l " ,V.r "Vh. a '? "OO S* i:m,t. s. wi. b.h.,
'"1 to i oi ? Farnorut Nr. ?? nnn
n?IaE u' !'h ,UK)0 *"?? ?o?:^'?drtn."w,
1WI4 R St. n. w . 1. n b.b each 4 500
1 ?".? ,V- V ? V Z 500 4 '3 N ?i fcw.VtM. or".
.Lu'.fe n1 ^ i Sft -i^rTtT w4-000
i -iT "J ? ?J. 000 rtr 3I0OO
ii-v/4r "^OOO 'ot lmt't:*;wr Hboo
liff t. i-r "s"" " ? ?- <\Z
A to ,t?:h p,t. "i000 T lwth ?i":6 afaoo
!I :>-000 51-4 "it. ? fl h ,
I - *. -1 . *.? Madiwin -t 7r ?? Hon
n. w , f.h., 4rs. and *Z 113*J ?titL at. n w.,b
JSb&JS* 4'800 L-Hp 1 500
^r. -,d^t. U.w. b h. 41*i :kl at. nw.. it.
1* H rt. iirv h^ -r 1000
?r 4.a.-,o
Theanoveisonir a portion of the rropertvonra,
,??? "S"- buiietinY.su"
II e 1st and l.ith. lapJJ! THOS. E. WAUUASIAX.
F
)K S ALE 4?'l NEW YOBE AVE . N.W.. H-ROOM
houae. iar?r- new >lable, lot 17x1*^0. re aeon for Ml
linif. uwnerto leave city. Addreaa owner, 4*^1 New
York ave. ?p23-3t*
1X>K salL-A lady about to leave the
JT city, will sell hrr house on 1 st. n.w.. near."?th.
worth ?."?.?mmj. tor .*4..VH); bay-window. 7 rooms and
bain, all modern iiuproremennta; a central and con
vtnient l?s ation. a barvain at the price offered. Apply
at on? to DAVID D. SiONh,
a?23-3t HUH Fit, n.w.
II HA \'V TWo NKW Two. STORY
I r?rs-??-i brick h*-u?ea. s rooms, all modern con
irnnieii'-e-*. .v th cellar under back building. Noa.
1514 and loHi T *?t n.w. .4 ro? una deep; exceptionally
w^.l built. H naea which I could recommend at
each, but whn a, if sold at once, can be
I- ltrht for *."?,?*?)?? each, houses will lie oi?en and can
be in-i? ? t? <1 every ?eek day from 11a. m. to 6 p. m.
ap*.?:t-tu J So A. PHKm oTT. 1416 Fit. n.w._
I^B MALI rHBEl ?T< Bl BUCK DWELLING.
1 i r ? ma, fun ace and aii u. i.. lociWd near Du
iontCln l- iTn. ?? ?S.7,"?o t r (>^rmi?iion to inspect
at ply to 1 YLEK A KITUEBFOBD. i:W7 F st. n.w.
ap .0-tit#
? ; i s HIE FOI.L4in., i i. ?i'Eiii an
JT be U uirht cheai> if taken at once:
0th. t>et l? ami E n w . lot *?.i!*4ft 22 r's. 114.000.
?Mil. bet. P and n a . 1< t 1 NalOO ft . H r's.
tri-st^ M* ndian Hili.l"t ."?oil."?o, 14 r's. |4,W'.'>0.
l'Jth. t-et and Bo incUry, l<jt l.iii.'t, Or's.
1'Jth. *?et R and s *t#.. n* v%. lu r's. ^6,000.
7th st. n.w . 1? r ."?OxlVs ft. rentinvfor 11,308 per
year. S* per cent investment. $ 1 4..">lH),
Ala ay ? ^et my list before iur< nasin?r.
Mb and F sts.
J~ >>K SALJ %N1 N1 LI HIKING FOB BARGAIN
n.-i ? ? t houses *7?> and 47s 4^ *t. n. w., at s.,,U<SJ
and ?*?,t*00. Inquire ot owner. 719 0th st. n.w.
ap'^O-1 IB*
I> ?R SAM ' S"i ( OMW.1 IING A HANDHOXB
r? w ? >f dwellings on ti.? ?*? ith si<ie of M st. n.e., be
t a . n 4t?i and ."?th; pme?e<l brick fronts, with stone
tr; .innand'-very uio'lem coiiv* nience for health
a- d ? ? uil< rt. W? can sell inside houses for 43.MX) and
? i orner houses about #4.600. l"be\ will tjear
ins . !ion. ?WURM8TLD1 H BRADLEY,
Mt V st n.w.
1" >?K - v i.l DESIRABL1 PLACE \1 BUOflf
v* <1. ?i oa-res. ii?4-1 in:* of 11 rooms, bam stable
a .d carriage-appi?* and i>eir orchard, vineyard,
lliie *j!fr. pnre IIO.IHJO.
a 13-1 -jt i M.t i; A Kl THFRFORD, 1307Fst P m?
1>*R >ALE THE ELEGANT RESIDENCE UFA
. r . t ?;< mnr?-.".-. on K St., near Mcpherson
square. Ir bath-rooms, and cellar, heated by
:i? i hot -ir *?j?en flre-piacea in all lance rooms,
t ? *:;??. .i. witii fnrmti.r*-. 43':.im?o > i i-ermit
t r t- t apply to TYLEB A KL 1 HEBFOUD,
I .uj. 1 st. u. w.
>ALE?
!3ti."? r st. n.w, new, 8 rooms, bath, cel
lar. furnace, Ac to, 500
IS'.'l V ?t. n. w? new, 10 ruoiiia. bath, cellar,
iurb~ e. *.? 10,500
1'ott...-- Bri? k 7 rocmia, bath, Ac , lot 'jlzwa,
11th st., near X 0,a.%0
14)0Dst u.w., Iiiiumim^ lul'i^itMl 4.54K)
l^tni K-.-v. st loris'ins. lot 1?*14X> 0^4M)
feu.re >i.u tweilin* cor. 7th and A sts. ? e.; Kood
.v.oo
ALBEKT F. FOX,
?I^t-lm uao Y st. n.w.
>K SAi.E~lHAT HXE Hilfsl. 14'-'?1 K ST
? . leep, beautifully built.
In perfe. t ,.M. r. ? ? iitainu.irabout IS rootna.wiuichaa
<l< i ir?.. arpi t.. and .ititiow draperies.
>or privilege to inspect apply to
_ BEALL. BROWN k CO..
jAK-Sta 13ai F st
|;t)B S.VI.E - A S-STOBY PRESSED BRICK
J hoaaa. conUiniwr lo rooma. lot lWxllO toa 15
foot aller lor (articalars apply at 417 i?th St. ?.w.
apl-lm
IT''K **LE?THAT ELEliAXT RESIDENCE. 10a2
J \emi< nt a,e. n.w . with .tableattached. Fortertna
i!Ti "WWl W UlRLEY BUOtL.
1M9 V 'in?t >. w. nihrj ilm
F4?R SALE?DESIRARLE". PR(iPEHlV IN THE
northwest Uou. corn.-r lot. .Vii l oo with BBa 10O
teet Iwkuxr. and rleiraiit luodern dwelliu*. Apply to
owner, at i:tOHN .u, w " ,j5.1m
l.'HiK HA1.E - El.fA.AXT TEX UoiiM BB1CK
a house all modern improvements, larire rerandah.
spl. ietul kM'atlou. s.w. cor ad and E .ts n.w. con
venient lu C. S. ( ap.tol. City Hall and Penaioii Of
C-e For particular, inquire of S. C. MILLS. 4)17
_ t. atr*. u w. mhia-am
SViK SALE-A GREAT BARUA1X A XEw"~Tw5
story aud taaement. 6-r><ni and >iatb. larire bay
i.d. w. [ rvssed bnck frout h. nse, 170* 4th st. n. w..
at the low price of #4,(iOO. only 45041 cash required,
haiau. . to salt pun kasir. THOSL 4i. HEX8EY A 4X1.,
LvOFtta.*. apia-lm
IX* SALE-OX E STREET. BBT. 13TH AMD
14Ui .ts. .. a.. 3 new tv? room frame houses, alao
vacant lo?. larva or nalI to suit. Apply at loll
Eaat.... M. ?p 10 -w
FOR SALE-HOUSES.
F- pR saLE - C OMMODIOUS BRICK HOIS* OS
IHIh it.. bet. K ?nd L .t?u with brick csmsge
house in rw. lot 25x lOtJ.to large T tilty April to
?r* -?n BEALL. iiROW$ * CO.. lj*21_F eV_
t?OR SALE?VERY HANDSOME KEW 10-BOO If
J" RESIDENCE, beantl fully Incited, south frontal esr
liuioot Circle; this house la Tery substantially built,
?ml artistically planned and finished. It baa never been
l"'a"!"J^t ^STEIG^fc1 fjEBERMANN. 1303 T at.
1-?OR SALE-NO. 1430 N ST., 3-STORY BRICKl
12 room*, all newly paired. henUd by steam;
brick stable in rear; lot 25x138. Inquire of M. M.
PARKER. Hit* Fat. ap221m
IVOR SALE-AMONO THE MANY FINE RESI
ilences we offer for aale are the following R at., bet.
13tb and 14th sts., 3 atory and basement brick, 11
rooms, all mod. imp *11,500
13th St., near Iowa Circle. t*r 6.500
8 st. bet. 15th and 16th sts., with side lot ll.oOO
U St.. bet. 15th and 16th ate 6-i?00
15th, bet. T and U ata <.?00
Manou St., 7 rooms, cellar, all mod. imp 4,.l.)U
J. W. J*. MYERS A SON,
mhl8-0w* 1420 N. law.
IXiR SALE - FOUR NEW SIX-ROOM BRICK
C houses, with range. latrobe. bath. Ac- near two lines
of street car*. northwest section; each f-'.MUO. Terms.
very easy. Get our bulletin. ???
J. W. P. MYERS k SON.
mhl8-6W 1420 N. Y ave.
I* HI SALE?lO-ROOM BRICK ON L ST N.W.. BE
tween 15th and 16th sts. ; has mod. impta. and is
in perfect repair, 3 rooms deep ? *6,800.
ap22-5t STF.IGEKA LIEBEBMANN. 1303 F st,
1.-OK SALE-STOP RENTING AND OWN YOUR
f home. *2,500 to *3,250. including side lot; *-.'.>
monthly; no cash; will secure you perfect gem of
a hoti >? in prettiest neighborhood, ne.; two lines cars.
ap20-6t* W. EBURFORD. 1422 N. Y ave.
WTH )R SALE?DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM?
r ,3.650?*300 caah. bal. easy monthly payments;
the last two of 11 of those beautiful 3-story houses on
H st. northeast; 10 rooms, finely built, hnished in
natural wood, cabinet oak mantles; splendid neighbor
hood. W. E. BLRFORD, 1422 N. Y ave. ap20-Ot
r-tiK SALE?TWO NEW PRESS BKK'K. BAY WIN
I dow Mouses; all modem improvements, latrobes.
open grates, slate and cabinet mantels; Noa. 10Ut> ana
1008 South Carolina ave. s.e. On easy terms Apply
C. C. MEADS. Builder. 101 4thst.n.e. ap~0-lw
IVOR SALE-NEW 3-STORY AND BASEMENT
I' brick house. 1327 R street mw wanhman on
tne premises. Iuqldre GEO 1 RINCL,
ap2t>-2w Photographer, 11th st.. l a. ave.
T?OR SALE-2018 G ST. S.W.. BRICK HOUSE, 10
F rooma, all modern Improvements, sanitarj-rlunib
^p 'o-im11'-0 10
V'oR SALE - VERY NICE THREE-STORY AND
f cellar Brick House, on C st., near 1st st s.e,; cheap
if purchased soon. Also neat two-story and basement
Bru k .'nTst.. near 2d n.e. *2.000. Oil Mass. ave .
near lat st., three-story Brl' k, yard and parking; onl>
*3^500. J K HERTFORD. 1423H F st. apio-lw
FOR SALE ? MISCELLANEOUS
IVOR SALE-NATIONAL SAFE DEPOSIT8TOCK.
1 16 shares. The only chance ever offered to get in
this favored corporation.
ap25-3t FRANK H. PELOUZE, 1313 F street.
1?OR SALE?AT HOPKINS & SON'S STABLES.
' corner 9th st and Rhode Island ave., fine riding
and driving Horse. This is one of the finest cross
country Horses in the District; |has been ridden to
hounds for a year ap2.>-3t*
IX)R SALE-A 54-INCH BRITISH CHALLENGE
' Bicycle, in perfect order, ball bearings all over;
lam t and 1 >*-i 1 *50. Can be seen at GEO. 8. ITWATER
& CO.'S, 1206 Pennsylvania ave^n. w. ap2o-2t
Ivor SALE?CYCLOP.EDIAS; DON'T YOU WANT
Ml oue ? Standard and the best; small monthly pay
ments. For full particulars, specimen pages, etc.. ad
dress P. O. Box300, city. ap25-tomyl
JOB SALE ? OR EXCHANGE - FOR A GOOD
horse one almost new Safety Dart Bicycle. Apply at
McDowell & SONS, cor. N. Capitol aud Massa
chusetts aves. ap~4-Jt
I.^OK SALE-OK EXCHANGE AT THE HOUSE AND
1 l'arn?Ke Bazaar, 1*40 La. ave.. the laiyent and most
complete stock of new and second-hand extension-top
Carriages, top and no top Hurries, Jump-seat Carriages,
Park Phaetoms, Coupe Kockawavs, Victorias, Doctor n
Phaetons, top and no top Bugjnes, Speeding \\agons,
Koad Carts, fancy Delivery Wagons, Milk W aprons,
(irocer's, Express and Farm Wagons, \arnished
Wagons and Wagonettes. Full stock also of Harness
of every description at reasonable prices and ou the
most liberal terms.
Sole agent for the Courtland Wagons
Fine Carriages, Buggies and Spring Wagons.
ap24-lni S. BEN SINGER.
v,)K SALE?DAPPLE-GRAY HORSE SUITABLE
for heavy wagon or carnage. Apply CHICAGO
GROCERY COMPANY. 806 7th st. n.w. ap24 2t*
IVOR SALE?A BEAUTIFUL SWEET-TONED UP
right l*iano, original cost *6.>0, price, if taken at
once *125. Inquire at MO 5th st. n w. ap24-2t*
IVOR SALE?SEVERAL GOOD RIDING AND
Driving Horses, property of Mr. A. Herbert, of
British Legation, goiug abroad for summer. On view
stable Clarke's Alley, net. K and L, 18th and Conn,
ave. n.w. ap24-3t*_
IVOR SALE-PSYCHO SAFETY BICYCLE. FULL
ball bearings; perfect condition; * 100 cash.
GEO. s. ATWATER k CO.,
ap24-2tv 1206 Pennsylvania ave.
VOR SALE-A FINE PIANO BARGAIN.
F
A magnificent Square Grand Rosewood Piano nearly
new and in beautiful condition; full rich tone and
warranted for 5 years; cost *500; now only *200;
*10 per month till paid for, or *175 cash. Handsome
cover and stool included, and one-quarter thorough
instruction at the Columbian Conservatory free.
THE PIANO EXCHANGE
ap24 913 Pa. ave.. the Leading llano House.
IVOR SALE-ONE UPKIGHT PIANO, NEARLY
.T new, *195; one second-hand Upr.ght. * ISO.
HUGO WORCH A CO.. Piano Dealers, 925 7th st.
Large stock of choice Violins. sp24-3ni
V.voR SAl.E-A GOOD COUPELETTE-ROCKA
.F way in fair condition, made by Fiandreau; trimmed
in green. Apply toC. LOURLEY. 13351 st. a24*lm
V.VOK SALE-CHEAP-A PREMIER BICYCLE
r First-class machine, with stand, cyclometer. Ac.;
54-inch wheel. Price. *50. Inquire for DE\EKEliX,
at Sanitarium, Sheridan ave. and Fourteenth street ex
tended northwest. ap'J.iilt
IVOR SALE-SEVERAL HUNDRED SHARES OF
American telephone (consolidated) stock cheap.
REDD1NGTON A CO..
ap23-3t* 1416 F?t.
1,-OR SALE-A GOOD HORSE. SIX YEARS OLD.
and will work in all harness; good size ami active;
warranted sound; for *200. Call or address ,1. H
AKERS, Belvedere Hotel. Washington. D. C. ap23-.lt*
JR SALE?AT PRIVATE SALE-THE ENTIRE
contents of a gentleman's stable, consisting of a
handsome dark bay horse, 7 years old, 16 hands high,
is a very cheerful, prompt driver, kind and gentle,
fearless of locomotives and all street objects, and is a
perfect family or saddle horse, safe for any woman to
ride or drive. Also a beautiful dapple gray horse. 6
years old. 16 hands, close and compactly made, kind
in all harness, is an excellent coupe or business horse.
No 3 is a chestnut sorrell saddle and driving horse, 8
years old. 14*? hands, has always been used by women
in pony phaeton and under saddle. Also a handsome
side-bar top buggy and an elegant lady's pony nhaetou.
both built by the most distinguished makers and
equal to new, two sets hand-made harness, gent's sad
dle, *c , Ac. All will be sold separate at a great sacri
fice For inspection of stock and all information, ap
ply at owner's stable, rear of residence 1301 K st. n.w
_ ap23-3t*
IVOR SALE-SAFETY BICYCLES. LADIES' OR
r gentlemen's. Best English make. At reduced
prices for this week. Also new rapid Safety. Apply
by letter or after ii p. m , Mr PALMER, 80? 6th st.
uw. ap22-tir
1JOR SALE?FOB THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
ol Stewart. Sterling and other makes of Banjos
call at E. F. DROOP 8,
ap r.l (it Pennsylvania ave.
1"^H>R S ALE?SECON D-HAN D LANDAULET IN
perfect order, owner has no further use lor it, and
will sell at the low price of *450, original cost
*1.200; also, second-hand physician's bujirgy almost as
good as new, cost *350, w ill sell for *225.
ANDREW J. JOYCE
apliMw 412 to 416 14th st. n.w.
F~ 01t SALE?OUR STOCK OF SPRING AND 8UM
mer carriages is full and complete We show styles
that are correct and exclusive Our prices tor first
class work are very little higher, if any. than what you
pay for inferior work elsewhere. If )ou contemplate
purchasing we would be pleased W show you the best
assortment of carriages in the city.
ANDREW J. JOYCE,
apl9-lm 412 to 416 14th street.
IMIWHJI *Tf RXqlTlSlTK BTKISWAY PIASOj
originally cost *550; can now be bought for *215.
At G. L WILD ft BHOS.,
apl7-2w* . 700 7th st. n.w.
*OR SALE
SPECIAL!
Actual Iiargaicv in'a niuutjer of slightly -used Piano,
and Organs, in perfect order. Sold on *.> payments.
api:t-lm F G. SMITH, 1225 Pa. ave.
IvoR SALE - VICTORIAS, EXTENSION-TOPS,
Ladies' and Doctors' Phaetons. Side-liars, Surreys,
Wsgouetts, Buckboards, Furniture Wagons, Day tons.
Top slid No-top Wagons, also a number of second
hand Carriages, all work guaranteed; repairing ill all
branches. V\ M. WALTERS' SONS, 14tli and D sts.
Branch. 416 8th st. aplS-2'w"
IVOR SALE - GREAT BARGAIN - BEAUTIFUL
carved paneled case Cabinet Grand Piano; superb ;
tone. French (?rand legating action; good as new;
original price *oOO. can be bought for * 105.
G. L. WILD K BROS.,
mh25-lm* 70# Ttlist. n.w.
VOR SALE-OREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES lO
_ reduce my stock of Buggies, Ex.-Top Phaetons,
Ex.-Top Surreys, Cut-Under Surreys, Canopy-Top
surreys, 2 and J Spring Phaetons, Miniature Phaetons,
Victorias; Doctor Vhaetous a specialty, and filty dif
ferent kinds of business wagons and trucks; sole agent
for the Columbus Buggy Co. vehicles; no trouble to
snow work whether you buy or not. J. K. PltoBKY,
cor. 6th and N. Y. ave. and 1230 32d st. n.w. iulil)-3m
yOK SALE-VARNISHEI) W AGO N sTc A RLE NT hR,
furtilture, milk, snd feed wagons. also platform
spring wagons, carriages and buggies; 2 stages, 2
spring carts, and 1 pony cart, on easy payments
JOHN J. COOK. 32?o M St.,
ap6-3m West Washington.
"LrOR SALE-GOOD SINGING CANARIES AND
F male Mocking Birds at *2.50 each. SCHMID'S
Bird Store, 317 12th st. n.vr apH-lm
1XIR SALE -MEEKS MEEKS. MEEKS. I HAVE
.T on hand and for sale a large stork of new and sec
ond hand Carriages. Buggies, Phaetons, 8urreys, Ex
tension Cabrioleltes, Kensingtons, Road Carts. Day
tons. and all styles of Business Wagons, Harness,
W hips. Lap Kobes. Ac , at prices and accommodating
terms as can be found in any market, home or abroad.
Repairing and i?intmg promptly attended to. Give
me a call at 621 to 623 G St. n.w., and see lor your
srlves. apS-lin
IVOR HALk-OVER 100 CARRIAGES AND WAG
r ons, every des>-nptiou. new and second-hand. Also
Harness. We buy and exchange turnouts. Telephone
1110-3. If in want of such, call on
W M. F. OE YER..Nt w York Carriage
mh25 and Harness repository. 466 Pa. ave. u.w.
I- V)R 8aLk?OVER 200 CARRIAGES NEW AND
second-hand?from the beat makers. Landaus,
Coupes. Brougtiams, Victoriaa. T-Carta. Village Carta,
Derby and Kensington Wagons. Buggies, Phaetons,
W sgonettes and Light Coaches. Also, a large line of
line harness. Special prices to the trade.
Notice?Private lamilies. desirous of either buying or
selling turnouts, will And it to their advantage to call
ou me, as my facilities for the purchase and sale of
Horses. Carriages. Harness, Ac., are unsurpassed, and
my hiring, stabling and storage facilities are une
qualed by any establishment in this country. W M. F.
DOWNEY. 1620 Lst. n.w.. Manufacturer's Agt
uihlS-3m
I" X)R SALE
' JOHN M. YOUNG
In vitas Carriage Buyers to examine his large stock of
New and Second-hand Vehicles of All Styles, at his
New Repository. 470 and 481 C st. n. w_,
mh30-3m Rear of National Hotel.
ENGINE HX
^ ivi attukdaitea;
do Um of time. uo handling of fuel. Send for circular
D BALLAUF, Aif't, 731 7th st. uli
F
1>JR SALE-THE "OTTO" OAS ENGINE BE
JT quires uo boiler, avoids all expensive attandancs,
noloasofUwa ~ ?*" ""? *??"?
and pnus list.
THE CELLULOID TRUSS .
That never breaks, never wears out. always cisaa
and can be worn while bathing.
? In iyj Mje at
CHAS FISCHER'S.
62a 7th st. n.w.
Miw. FISHER dcvotaahei attention toU? wantaof
LadyPauwa. ml
FOR SALE?LOTS.
FOB MALE?BUSINESS PBOPF.BTT OS 14TH
?V , Improved by three-story frame. which will rent
well; lot 20*100; #5.000. L. 8. LIPSCOMB, Office
John Sherman Jl Co.. 1407 F at. It*
>R SALE-TWO FINE LOT8 ON THE NORTH
side of X ??. overlooking Connecticut ave., and
I opposite the Church of the Covenant. 30x1'JO each.
I HILL k JOHNSON.
ap25-3t 1503 Penn. avt. n. w.
]Tb SALE-BEAUTIFUL LOTS ON MASS. AVeT
extended, adjoining Kalorama H'iirhts. at <1.10
j^r square foot. The lots at intersection of Mam. ana
California (T street) avenues. at # 1.50 per square footr
W RILEY DEEBLE, 1310 Fst. a|<2.Vlmo
I^OK SALE?CHOICE CORNERS.
Rhode Ialand avenue and 1 H?h street.
Rhode Island avenue and 15th street.
New Hampshire ave , 18 th and Q streets.
W. p. YOUKG.
ap25-6t 1303 F street.
PJR SALE-DESIRABLE LOTS ON NEW HAMP
ahire ave., near Dupout Circle, a bargain.
ap25-3t W. P VOl'Mi. 1303 F at.
For sale-two lots on Princeton st.
Columbia Heurhts, 200 feet from Dr. Hammond's
#100,000 residence, at the very lowprice of 42H cents,
ap-'.'j-tit M M. PARKER 141S F st.
17' iK SALE - SEVERAL SPLENDID BUILDING
Lota on I. st. n.w.. bet. 21st and Now Hampshire
ave., 16 and 20 feet front; #1.37. Choice lot.X st.,
bet. 14th and 15th sts., #'2.25. S well located at Mt.
Pleasant; 20c. R. P. HUTCH1NS & CO.,
ap25-3t 1321 F st.
TOOR SALE?AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY TO
.T secure two fine building lots on Hith st near L.
For psrticulars apply to GURLEY BROS.,
>[>35-1 w 1335 F st. n.w.
P>R SALE-A LOT ON CHAMl'LAIN AVE . Ml~
ridiaii Hill, at 30c. per ft. GEO. W. LINKINS,
10th and H sts. n.w. ap24-3t
1?OR SALE-GREAT BAROAININ LOT ON Q ST.,
near 17th; cheai>est lot in city; south front, price
only #2 per ft. A. J. WHITAKER. 1307 S, I' st.
ap24-.lt
1j*OR SALE?(50 LOTS IN "FAIRVIF.W." "" BE
tweenEckintrtonamlXation.il Fair grounds. 2">x
100 and 25x120. from #150to #300e?cl) . easy terms.
This subdivision is on the line of improvements and
affords an op|K>rtiinity for investment. For plats and
information apply to RUST & HUXGERFOItn.
_ap24-lm (24 14tli st. n.w.
I^OR SALE-MERUUAN HILL-A CHOICE LOT,
fronting 50 feet on Columbia ave.. above Erie st ,
at 30c. [>er so. ft.; adjoining lot. facing University
Place. held at #1 , this is a luuvam Also two Lots on
Erie st., near 1 Ttn extended, at only 40c. R H T.
LE1POLD, 1300 F st. n.w. ap24-3t
1j?OR SALE?ON WASHINGTON HEIGHTS?A
very choice Lit, fronting about 40 ft. on the north
side ox California ave., and containing 5,750 sq. ft.,
more or leas, only SO cents.
R. H. T. LEIPOLD,
ap24-3t 1300 F st.. second floor fr??n
IF
1, u. A. J.I.IIUI.I',
1300 F st., second floor front.
^V)R SALE?100 LOTS IX EAST WASHINGTON^
_ at from 15 to 50 cents per square foot.
R. H T. LEIPOLD,
ap24-3t 1300 Fst. n.w\, second floor front.
17QBSALE^
.T 20H l'f 100 ft., R St.. near 17th $1.50
40-j by 100 ft.. R St., near 17th. with small br... 1.75
88 by 100 ft.. 16th.near proposed Hancock Cir.. 2.50
01 by about 105 ft., 15th, near Mb?s ave 2.7ft
Elegant cor., 10th st., above Scott Clr? 44x110. 3.50
22 by 125, 16th. near Scott Cir 3.75
10.4 by 03.10 and frame dwelling, Conn, ave.,
near O. 0,500
55 by 7,>. a corner, F st. 11.e t>0
58 by 04, a corner, E at. n.e 85
R. H. T. LEIPOLD,
_ap24-3t 1300 F st. n.w., second floor front.
IJHiR SALE^A GROUP OF LOTS IX BELAIR
Heights, fronting 105 feet on Massachusetts ave.
and 340 feet 011 Water Side Drive, at 70c. per foot.
BENJ. P. DAVIS, 1310 F st. ap24-3t*
Ij*OR SALE?AT A BARGAIN?TWO~LOTS-140
feet front, north side of L near N. Hampshire ave.
Price. <1.37 and #1.50 i>er sq. foot; 011 easy terms.
Twenty-six handsome houses now being built near the
above Iota. Call on owner. J. A. SETTLE, 1225 F st.
n.w. ^ ap23-3t
IX>R SALE-A FINE LOT. 50 BY ABOUT 120, ON
15th, near Columbia roa<l; only 35c a foot. A bar
gain. Inquire between 10 a m. and 4 p.111. Room 30,
Gunton Building. 472 Louisiana ave. ap23-2w*
IJ?OR SALE -TO BUILDERS?152 FT. FRONT ON
U st. n.w., near 14th; side and rear alleys.
ap22-5t STEIGER & LIEBERMAXX. 1303 F st.
1|"OR SALE?BUILDING SITES?
21st st., bet.N and O #2.00
9 at., bet. 15th and 10th 2.50
Sth, near Boundary 85
Columbia ave.. near 13th 50
Eleven beautiful sites at head of Oth st. Price on ap
plication.
J. W. P. MYERS A SON.
ap22-l w* 1420 N. Y. ave.
1>)R SALE?TO BUILDERS AND IXVEsiORs
I will sell, cheap, in blocks or singly, the most eco
nomical lots in the oest improved square; sq. north
east. W. i:. BURFORI), 1422 X. Y. ave. ap20-0f
I^UK SALE?02 FEET FROXT ON 221) ST.,
OPPOSITE KALOltAMA, ONLY #1 25 FT.
ap22-5t STEIGER ?t L1EBEBMANX. 1303 Fst.
1X)R BALE-THAT FIXE RANGE OF LOTS. 1ST
n. e? near Mass. ave., only #1 per foot; hue lot I
llurnev at., near 14th, 50c.; Columbia road, Lanier
Heights, 38c.; K St., bet. 21st and 22d sts., 18x75
each to alley, #2.10. The liuest lots 011 Meridian
Hill, overlooking city, #1 per foot. Ou Onturio ave.,
35c., and other desirable investments 011 Meridian
llill, Washington Heights. Columbia Heights. Univer
sity Park and College Grounds. A. 1'. FAKDoX,
ap20-6t 1320 F st.
IJOR SALE-1 HAVE SEVERAL WHOLE Sgl'ARES
. and single lots for sale at speculative prices if
taken at once liefore the prices are advanced, s. c.
HILL cor. 8th and F. ap 13-I2t*
I^OR SALE 2 OR 3 GOOD BUILDING LOTS,
well located on 1. st. n.w., only t?2 ft. deep.
_ap22-5t S'l EIGER A 1.1 EUEltM AX X. 1303 Fst.
Ii'olt SALE THE FOLLOWING LOTH, BEI.OW
MARKET PRICES.
22d at., 1s t. I, and M, 44 ft. front $L00
o st. n.w.. Iiet 5th and 6th, 21.6 It. front 1. IO
Cor X. Cap. ami X n.w., 100 ft. front !i.">
Cor. 5th and M n.e., 10;i ft. trout Oil
11th, ls-t. 1> and E s.?\, 47.*1 ft. front 4il
G. ber 3d and 4th n.e.. 20x75 40
Cor. 12th and D s.e . 100i75 35
ap20-6t sWoRMSTEDT & BltADLEY, 027 F n.w.
1'OR SALE?
KALORAMA HEICiHTS.
V*e are now otteriiiK this beautiful subdivision, sit
uated at the head of
MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE,
and immediately adjoining the hands, miest residence
section of the city.
Plata and full information can be had on application
at our office.
THOS. J FISHER k CO.,
Real Estate Brokers,
_ap20-6t ________ 1324 Fst. n.w.
I^OR SALE?WE OFFER SOME CHOICE llAR
irains in lots on 10th street, Xew Hampshire ave.,
18th st., R st.. 8 st., 21 st st. near X. 50*iOO, I niversity
l'ark. Roanoke st., Columbia Heights, Ijinier llfiirhts.
Meridian Hill, Washington Heights.
James a. bates & co?
ap20-lm 1407 F at n.w.
I^OR SALE - VERY DESIRABLE LOTS IX MT.
J Pleasant and Meridian Hill. Also Lots comer of V
and 17th St.. #1 and #1.25 )s r foot. These Lots are
all appreciating in value, ami will Is- profitable as iu
veatment. J.E. HERTFORD, 1423H F M. ap20-lm
1.10R SALE ? A SMALL LOT, 20X00, FILLED
. with fruit; iron fence in front, one side wall. Ap
ply 1300 V st. n. w. ap20-6tw
J^OR SALE?LOTb!
Connecticut ave., near Dupotit Circle, 32x00.
Connecticut ave., m ar 1! st., 25x1 00.
Fine lot, 10th St., Lear T, 20x100.
21st St., near R, about 121x82.
F'liie front on 7th st. n. w.,iiearQ. 48x105
F'ine front on 7th st. s w? 73x0lt.
Fine front on Mass. ave. u. e.. of 58 feet, cheap.
Lots in aq. 152, at a low tiirure.
Lot on R st., bet. 17th st. and N. H. ave., with small
buiMintr, 21*,xOO.
Lot ou 13th st. n. w.,bet. S and T sts , 21H feet front.
Corner loth and W sts. 11. w., 05x75.
1^-t in sq 804, overlooking Maryland ave., 42x100
Three lots, cor. Sherman ave. and Steuben st, 150x
132, cheap.
4tn st. u. e.. near A st., 20x07.
Several (food lots in Le Dooit l'ark. at low figures.
All of sq. No. 547, frontIuk on 41-? st. ? w.
TYLER & RI THERFORD,
?p20-0f i.tn; ; ?t. n. w.
1WR SALE-LOT 38x114. NORTH SIDE R, BET
Conn. ave. and 21st st. n.w., #2 |.i rsq. tt. Lot
.KixlOO, 21st st., l?et. M and X 11.w., +2 per sq. It
Lot 37fcxl05. west side 5th, 1s t. C and Dse.; j?0c.
per sq. tt. Whole half square 773 for only 4IK-. i>er
sq. ft.; for ten <l?}s. Brick dwellimr. 210 C s.e . room
for stable in rear; #3,S00. 10th, bet. O and llii w.,
11-room brick dwellimr, perfect order, #10,500. 430
:kl n.e., btick dwelling, < nsims, all imps., #2,5o0.
Easy terms. W. t:. Di VAL1? 025 F st n.w. ap20-5t
I^OR SALE
8,(K?0 FEET OF GROUND;
New Hampshire ave, 25th ami H sts., will make
twelve or more lots of not less than 15 leet frontage.
aplO ERANK B. CONGER, llloFsl.
lj?OR SALE- *
1 THAT SPLENDID IA)T
ou southeast corner New Hampshire ave. and R st. at
#3 |>er foot. FRANK B CON HER,
apl6 1415 Fst.
I!H)R SALE?
Lot 50x117 to alley. Oth. near Mass. ave. n.e. .60c.
Lot 50x02 to alley 4tli st.,near A n.e #1.20
Lot 211jxl45, side and rear alley, V st., near
13tli n.w #1.10
Lot 20x10() to alley, 10th st., liearSu.w #2.;.0
Lot 50x120 to alley, J-1th st., u? ar Md. ave. n.e.,35c.
Lot 32x110 to alley, Md. a\e , m ar 14th st. n.e...40i
apl2-lm W.VI F. HOLTZMAN, 13"1 Fst. n.w.
IJHlR SALE - LOTS IX MEUIDIAX HILL AND
other subdivisions. GEo. W. LI XKINS,
apll-lm Cor, loth and H sts 11. W.
IjH?R SALE- A splitXDID CORXER LOT, 120x*85
in a business center suitable for store* or a hat
t or particulars enquire of
GEO. B. WILSON. 1418 F at.,
aplO-lm I^ate of Walker k ttiison.
I^)R SALE-MOST DESIRABLE CORNER LOT,
near Dupont Circle, 21xh0, tor #6,000; south
trout, eust side. Apply CHARLES EARLY,
apl-lm 603 ) 4th st. n.w.
TLHJR SALE-COLUMBIA IIEIGHTS
X We have comer :ind other desirable Ixits for sale in
different locations of Columbia lleivhts. lleadiiuar
ters ou lowest price*. M. M. PARKER.
mhl6-2m 1418 F at.
TVMOKBOW, l^RIDAY Only,
300 pairs 25c. stamped Pillow Shams, 10c.
2ft pfcirs Hemstitched Linen, regular price, $2;
(1.65 i>iur.
100 dozen Momie Cloth Doylies Stamped, 40c. per
dozen.
100 dozen Open Work Bitw stamped. He. each.
New Hemstitched Squares, new designs, 85c.
26c. Momie Cloth Splasher.
Two yard Loup Bureau Scarf, 35c.
New and Handsome Designs for Bed Spreads and
Pillow Shams to be worked in Rope Silk or Baiyarou
Thread.
New Desuraa for Center Cloths and Doylies to match.
Bolton Sheeting. 72 inches wide, at 50c yard.
Bartfarou Thread in all shades, 5c. a skein.
Stamping while you wait.
AT OPPENHEIMEB'3
DECORATIVE ABT BOOMS,
514 Oth street n.w.,
Ajrenta for the New Home Sewinv Machines.
mh30-eo3m
Grogans Credit House,
73UAXD 741 7TH ST. N.W.
EASY W EEKLYOR MONTHLY PA YMENTS TAKEN.
BED-ROOM SUITS, in Poplar, from #15 up.
BED ROOM SUITS, in Oak and Cherry, from ?25
BED-ROOM SUITS, Walnut, from #40.
PARLOR bt'Il 8, in Hair Cloth or Plush, from #35,
HEADyUARTERS for BABY CARRIAGES and RE
FRIGERATORS.
INGRAIN CARPETS from 25 centa up.
BEST EXTRA 8 ( PER CARPETS. 85 centa.
BRl S8ELS CARPET from 75 ceu~
A FULL "^K%8-ATTIXOS. OIL CLOTHS,
All Carpata, Oil Cloths, and MaUuiys laid free of 1
chanra, a 1)15-2m
BUSINESS CHANCES.
ANTED?TYPOGRAPHIC. MEROANTHALER.
* " Qr*i>hophone. Lanaton Trpe Machine, and Pneu
matic Gun Carriage Stocks. Market price paid.
ap25-3t FRANK H PELOCZE. 1313 F atreet
For sale-stock and fixti res of a gro
cety ?t*ire dointr a (rood business and itore for rent.
O>od rea?on? for selling. Addreaa H. F. H.. Star
offlce. ap25-3f
IJOR sale-A CORNER GROCERY ON LRU
A firM-claea chance, (rood location; will he sold at
a barsrain; owner has other business. stock and fix
tures t #4:>o. U. L BOYER,
ap^.>-3t 313 4M st s.e.
J^'R sale-meat AND PROVISION STOKE;
has fine ice-box in place; good tools and fixtures;
for <5100. Good reason lV>r selling. Addreaa Box 63,
Star office. It*
IJKJR S ALE?FANCY goods AND notion 8TOHE.
established fonr years: gwd location: low rent:
will invoice. Inquire EUREKA EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY, 910 F st. n.w. l|44-3t*
Rare opportunity fob one wishing to
r ?ngage in the china, glass and tinware business;
the undersigned assignee will not refuse any reasona
ble offer for the entire contents of store 730 ?th st. n.
w. 13. BUKNSTINE, Assignee. ap"4-3t
IjOR sale - RESTAURANT. IN THE NORTH"
west part of the city. place for a live man. Apply
to HENRY WhX, 443 7th st s.w. _ ap24-.1t
I JOB 8ALE -GROCERY STORE, DOING FAIR
business; sold very cheap, cheap rent; lor cash.
Apply to HENRY WEX. 443 fth st. s.w ?p24-3t
A\T ANTED?A GENTLEMAN WITH CAPITAL TO
? ? to take a limited partnership in a well-known
private banking house of this city desiring to increase
business; *i**ialtv, commercial discounts; invest
ments safe and profitable; free of busim-a* expense;
capital and securities entirely within investor's con
trol .Address BANKt lis. p. o. Box ap'J3-??t
1|*OR SALE?A GREEN GROCERY 8T0RE AND
fixtures cheap, the corner of 'J 1st and Penna. ave..
No. 2103. Call at STORE; good reason lor selling out.
ap23-3t*
IX)R SALE?OKOCEKY AND PROVISION 8TORE;
doing good business; must be sold; no reasonable
offer refused. Apply 213 E st. n.w. ap23-:5t*
FOR HALF?A GOOD STAND?FIXTURES, 8TOCK
and good will of a restaurant, doinir a good busi
ness. Satisfactory reasons given for selling. Apply
315* cor. 4th ana Q sts. n.w. ap23-.it*
IIO THOSE NEEDING A CONFIDENTIAL MAN,
. a well-known business man of over 25 s ears' ex
perience in this city, and now roeponsibly occupied
from to 3 daily, desires to employ his leisure time in
a position of trust with some party or estate where his
knowledge and experience can be profitably applied;
best if references; security, if necessary. Address
Box 32, 8taroffice. ap22-tit
]?OR SALE?A HANDSOME BAY HORSE, liiH
. hands high: 7 yean old and can trot a mile in less
than three minutes: have no use for him. Inquire of
8.C. HfTJU Sthanal sts. ip22-0f
1?(>U RENT-HOUSE NOT7> I ST. N.E.-ELEGANT
new brick, modern improvements; J* rooms; 830.
Apply to F. W. CALLAGHAN,
apl-lm 831 North Capitol st.
'*rriHE WORLD DO MOVE."?REMEMBER THE
X "Terrestrial Clock;" RAMSAY has cut the
prices; watches cleaned, 41; tlrst-cla** niain-opriiitrH.
warranted one year, 41 , all clock and Jewelry work at
the lowest prices ill the city; we deiy competition,
llili-t F st. n.w. (lo-3m
LOST AND FOUND.
Lost - a female brown spaniel dog:
white spot on breast; name Kannle. Reward will
be (riven if returned to ?>os 9th st. n.w. It*
LOST?IN OR NEAR THE NATIONAL M USE I'M
building, a j*>cketl>ook containing money and Jew
elry. Kinder will Ik* lib, rally rewarded by returning
the same 1 y st. n.w. ?p25-3t*
Lost - april '2..th, commutation ticket
on B. and O. R. li. A suitable reward will be triven
if returned to Miss M. ( KING,tfth Auditor's office.1*
IOST?OS MONDAY "EVENING. IN VICINITY
J Tth and M sts. n.w.. a year-old Black Gordon
Setter; nickel collar. Return to 1403 12th st. n.w.,
and receive reward. apV4-3t"
Iosr SI NDAY "EVENING. APflL 21fT. A
J small silver Watch, in or at>oiit the Potomac Depot.
'1 he tinder will return to Room 3C, floor B. Post-Orace
Department, and receive reward. ap23-3t*
Get Xiie Best.
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ALEXANDRIA.
Reported for Trf. Evening Stab.
Democratic Election To-day.?Since sunrise
this morning the primary election of the demo
cratic party has been in progress at the usual
voting places in each of the four wards of the
city. An much interest seems to be felt in the
primary as is usually felt iu a general election.
The principal contests are over the nomina
tions for mayor, superintendent of the gas
works, auditor, and collector of the northern
district. A large vote is being anietly polled.
Showmen's Tbicks.?Some days ago two
showmen came here with a troupe of trained
goats, dogH. mice, Ac., and gave a show at the
colored Odd-Fellows' lir 11. on Columbus street,
between Wolfe and Wilkes streets. They took
board at the eating-house of Mrs. Moore, col
ored. on Cameron street, near the Washington
and Alexandria railroad depot. The show did
not pay well, and being behind in their board
bill, tliev drove off in their four-goat wagon,
and left"the trained dogs and a cage of white
mice with Mrs. Moore as security that they
would come back ami settle up. This morn
ing, just at daybreak, they came to the rear
fence at Mrs. Moore's yard, broke off it plank,
and calling the dogs, made off with them up
the road to Washington. Mrs. Moore screamed
? police" and "murder." but the dogs and men
got off before assistance could be obtained.
The showmen left behind a little trick poodle
and the white rats.
Church Anniversary.?The Methodist Pro
testant chnrch of this city celebrated last night
its sixtieth anniversary. The church was
organized bv llev. Jas. Hanson and Rev. W. W.
Wallace on the 24th of April. 1N2'J. None of
the original members of the church are now
living, the last of them. Mr. Thomas Whitting
ton. father of George T. Whittington, of Wash
ington, having died some years ago. The
church edifice was erected in l*:tO, and many
of the most useful citizens of Alexandria have
been numbered among its members. The
anniversary exercises were appropriate, con
sisting of addresses, music and the reading of
a History of the church by Mr. W. 8. Greeu
awav. the son of a former pastor.
Notes.?The bar meeting, held yesterday to
nominate a candidate for corporation judge,
consisted of Messrs. Brent. Beach, Caton, Ken
dall. Greene, Holt. Johnson. Mushbach, Smith,
and Whittlesey, Mr. Keith Norton, of the
Alexandria bar, was unanimously recommended
to the govt mor for appointment. Messrs.
Armstrong. Burke. and Marbury were not pres
ent at ? the meeting. Another false alarm
brought out the engine companies and set them
racing for awhile last night. The Alexandria
Light Infantry, C'apt. Mushbach, with fifty
men, besides a reinforcement from the Lynch
burg Home Guards, will leave here next Sun
day morning at 9:10 for the New York celebra
tion. A run-off which smashed two freight
cars, but hurt nobody, took place yesterday on
the Alexandria and Fredericksburg railroad
near Quautico. The Catholic lvceum liall
on lJuke street will be completed in June.
Big Fire ?t Hoyd3.
Boyd's, April 25, 1889.
The large sawmill owaed by Zeigler Bros.,
about a mile north of Boyd's, was destroyed by
lire on Tuesday night. The loss is estimated
at over two thousand dollars. The Bawmill and
a twenty horse power traction engine were de
stroyed and also a large amount of lumber.
There was no insurance. The mill had been
busy for several years filling demands for white
oak" lumber and railroad ties, and a large force
of workmen will be thrown out of employment.
It is thought that the mill is damaged beyond
repair. The fire was caused, probably, by a
spark from the engine, but nothing was known
of the fire until morning. When the workmen
reported for duty they found the mid in ruins.
It Was Yellow Fever.
Dr. Daniel, president of the Florida state ,
board of health, has declared that the death of j
Mrs. Chas. Demont, of Sanford, Fla., was from
yellow fever. She had been sick for two weeks
and her health had been bad for mouth*. The
case was not of a virulent or infectious type,
but was sporadic. There are no other cases in
the family and the house is isolated, and all
precsutions have been taken. Sanford has
voluntarily embargoed her people from leaving
for fifteen days, and has prohibited traffic from
5 p. m. to 7 :S0 a. m. There are no fears of an
epidemic- Under the new health laws every
point in the state is kept under close watch on
reports of doubtful cases. On requests from
citizens the state health officers visit the town
and make an exhaustive examination. The
Sanford case is the first one this year. The
state board has ample funds for prosecuting its
work, and more would be readily appropriated
if needed. The board is composed of the best
medical and sanitary experts in the state,
clothed with almost despotic power.
Surgeon-General Hamilton, of the Manne
hospital service, left Washington last evening
for Jacksonville, Fla., to confer with the state
board of health in fegard to measures for pre
venting the introduction or spread of conta
gious diseases.
A GOOD DAY'S SPORT.
A Successful Opening or the Spring
Races Yesterday.
A ORANP STEEPLE-CHASE?OOOD JtTTPrNO AM)
BfNNiNa?laroe attendance asd vNrscAL
ENTHUSIASM ? HARAXBOCHES SURPRISE ? TO
DAY'S RACES POSTPONED.
There certainly ha* never been a better
s port at Ivy City than was witnessed there yes
terday. The races were good finish.'*, close
and exciting, save one. ana honor* evenly di
vided between favorites and fielders. The
weather was lovely, and if it had not been for
a light wind, which blew the dust in the sU,nd.
it would have been a perfect racing day. For
a first day the attendance was enormous, at
least four-fifths of the grand stand being
filled, and the infield held more handsome
equipages than have been seen there in many
a day.
THE RACE OF THE DAT
for the public was the steeplechase. The grand
stand went wild with delight, and as the horses
got over the different obstacles cheer upon
cheer went up to encourage them on their way.
While onlv two of the five horses that started
finished, there was but one fall, and that was
attributable to the carelessness of the jockey.
Dowing. who. when he got his horse's head and
neck in front of Elphin. lost his own head and
went off to racing at once, in consequence of
which he fell at the first wall, or rather the
first wall he met. after starting to race, which
was really the seventh in the course. Killarney
rolled completely over him. but he got up anil
walked home uuhurt At the first jump Meut
more didn't make an effort to rise and plowed
a great hole through the jump. At the next
jump, which is a blind ditch with a tree
before it, he refused, and lost what
ever chance he might have had. At the
first wall after re-eutering the field Lighthouse
balked and the race was left to Elphin and
Hercules. Elphin was going a merry pace anil
led on to the flat by fully tiftv lengths, but tired
badly and Hercules came aiong steadily, gain
ing inch bv inch, and finally won one of the
best steeplechases ever seen in this country by
a half length. The best jumper in the race
was Elphin, and he would probably have
been landed a winner had not Billings made so
much use of him. He made but one mistake
in the entire route, and that was due to Bil
lings chancing a jump.
THE OPENING RACE
at five furlongs resulted in one of the best
finishes of the day. There was a short delay
at the post, for most of which C'armodv's Duke
of Bourbon was responsible, but when Mr.
Caldwell did drop the flag it was to a very good
start with Biggonet. Haramboure and Tom
Hood in the front division. Going down the
back stretch Biggonet kept her head and neck
in front, with Tipstaff second, followed at oije
time by Haramboure, then Tom Hood. Into
the stretch the order was the name, but a fur
long from home it looked like any one of four
might win, but after a rattling finish. Whv
buru managed to land Tipstaff by the shortest
of heads, with Haramboure before Tom Hood,
Biggonet fourth, three lengths away, the others
following in the order named: Meade, Fannie
H, Carnot and Duke of Bourbon. The place
mutuals on Haramboure paid $103.25.
THE BEST TIME.
When the horses went to the post for the sec
ond race Mr. T. B. Doswell's filly Wild Cherry
amused the crowd by running away and finally
tossing off the little black boy who rode her.
After this Judge Simmons allowed her to be
withdrawn. Starter Caldwell then got his
horses together and gave them the flag to a nice
start, from which Burch immediately went out
to make the running, followed by Langar to the
head of the turn, where he gave way to Barris
ter, who in turn retired for Panama. Burch
won handily by three lengths from Panama,
who was six before Barrister, Pocatello. Lan
gar, and Annie Claire, following as named. The
time, was the best of the day.
THE HANDICAP
resulted in as good a race as any one cares to
see, although the time (1.46J*) was not fast
When the starter lowered the flag the order was
Bess. Frank Ward, Boaz, and Brait. At the
quarter Bess was a head before Frank Ward,
he a length before Boaz. who was lapped by
Brait. At the half Frank Ward had managed
to get his head in front of the tnare, who was
the shortest of heads before Boaz and Brait.
When well in the turn Bess again assumed com
mand; the positions of the others remained as
before. It was now hammer and tongs between
the four, and no one could have picked the
winner a yard from home; but in the lad jump
"Spider" Anderson, by good riding, managed
to laud Bess by short head, Brait. Boaz. anil
Frank Ward following with not more than a
head between any of them.
THE TALENT DISAPPOINTED.
When the selling race camo the talent
plunged on the New York mare Maia as though
it was all over bar the shouting, but Mr. Burch
upset the good thing with his sleepy old mare
Romp, who. well ridden by Hamilton, won
rather handily. Wynwood jumped off with the
lead when the flag dropped, and followed by Le
ander, showed the way until half way dowii the
stretch, when Romp came away and won by a
length from Letretia who was five before Maia.
Wynwood, Leander and Dave 8. finished as
named.
TO-DAT's RACES POSTPONED.
On account of the rain storm the Jockey club
decided to postpone the races until to-morrow.
The entries, which are as follows, stand:
First race?One mile; purse ?500, of which
$100 to second. Belle d'Or. 112; King Crab.
114; Duke of Bourbon. 107; Sam Harper, jr.,
115; Malachi. 93; Swift, 105; Consignee, 91;
l'atrocles, 107.
Second race?One and one-sixteentli miles, a
handicap sweepstakes of *20 each, with $500
added. Oriflamme, 112; Le Logas. 105, and
Troy, 105.
Third race?The Analostan stakes, for three
year-olds; $25 each, or $10 if declared bv
April 15; with $800 added, of which
$200 to second. Non-winners of $1,500 in
their two-year old form allowed 5 lbs.; maid
ens allowed 10 lbs. One mile. Nominations:
Louis Martin's b. c. Keadrift, bv Sensation?
Ocean Queen; G. B. Morris' ch.c. Tipstaff, bv
Bayou d'Or or Kantaka?Verdict; Cotton A
Boyle's b. c. Carroll, by Billett ?Juauita; S. S.
Brown's ch. c. Cortez. by King Alfonso -Inver
cauld; S. 8. Brown's b. c. Budddist. by Hindoo
Emma Hanley.
Fourth race?Six furlongs. Purse $400. of
which $75 to second. Tom Kearus. 117: Japhet,
103: Maidenhair. 112; Blanshe, 101; Souriue. 101;
Vandegrift, 117: Iugo. 103.
Fifth race?One mile?Selling. Refund, 103;
Wild Cherry, 97; Romp, 110. and Goldie M. 83.
NOTES.
Maia lost whatever chance she mav have had
in the fourth race by bolting when half-wav
down the stretch.
The conditions of the gentlemen's race for
Monday have been changed, and they now
read "for gentlemen riders who are members
of the National jockey club."
Burch. the man, and Burch, the horse, both
seem to be in their old form.
The McCaffertv Bros., new comers on the
turf, won a lot of money on their Texas horse
I Haramboure. or. as he is euphonicallv called.
Hambone.
Burch wasn't all out yesterday, yet he seemed
to win easily and in the best time of the dav.
If the executive committee would just keep
the press stand clear of loungers the public
would have better accouuts of the races.
There was only one ticket sold on Haram
boure for the place vesterdav, and it paid
$103.25.
The judges' stand is most too high for the
judges to get a true view of the horses. A
great manv people thought Frank Ward got
the place in the handicap yesterday.
Starter Caldwell hasn't forgotten how to
wake poor Polo Jim up. To hear him sounds
like old times.
Harry Mudden, who was well known here
some years ago, is making his headquarters
with Green Morris' stable.
There were only fourteen book-makers in
the ring yesterday, but they had all the busi
ness they could attend to.
The jockey club came in for some unfavor
able comment yesterday for allowing Mr. Car
inody to start here while under the ban at Gnt
tenburg.
Hercules is a grand horse just now, and
should have no trouble in winning the Senate
steeple-chase to-morrow, though yesterdey's
race will do Elphin a lot of good. Elphin, by
the way, is the most improved jumper in the
countrv.
Mr. Legare took his good little mare Susette
over several jumps in the steeple-chase field
after the races.
The new steeple-chase course is a great suc
cess. Killarney would not have fallen had
Dowing been a trifle more carefuL
The betting vesterday was unusually heavy,
and nearly all the good things went through.
The track will be a sea of mud to-morrow,
and it i* very doubtful if the steeple-chase field
will be good even Saturday.
The gentlemen's race goes over until next
Tuesday,
C7?The difference between a loose vague
boast and an affidavit giving exact figures is a
wide one, and of great significance to a person
interested in the statement The Star sweart
to its circulation. This is a point of great im
portance to advertisers.
A BABK STABBKD It) I?KATH.
The Poller Have Xu Clue to the ( rurl
Murderer.
There is still another murder to add to the
long lift of similar crimes already upon the
police records of this city. Within a few days
a very old man was assassinated. This time
the victim is an infant, probably only a few
hours old when it* existence was cruelly ter
minated. The body of the babe, a colored
male child, was found yesterday on 2d ?treet
northwest. Hear the Hom<"?pathic hospital. The
body, wrapped in a red plaid petticoat, was found
on the street Policeman Blaisdell. of the sec
ond precinct station, was told of the discovery
and he telephoned word to the station. Police
mau Riley was sent after the body. He found it
on the street where it had been thrown. Re
moving the petticoat, the officer's eyes met
A OHA8TLY SIGHT.
There was the body of an infant with several
stab wounds in its neck. The officer was con
vinced that it was a case of murder, and. refold
ing the petticoat about the form of the child.
carried it in his arme to the station. A closer
examination of the body showed that stab
wounds of the neck had* evidentlv been in
flicted with a pair of dull scissors.
The coroner was not.fled and l>rs. Hnrtunn
and Deal made an autopsy. Thev cam * to the
conclusion that the cliifd had been murdered
that it* deathi was caused by the wounds ,,, the
?i ' i i cer',"cate of infanticide was given nnd
the body waa conveyed to potter s field, wh. re
the station' D b?* ? tokt n fr"?'
the bed petticoat,
the only clue by which the murder might be
traced to the guilty parties, was taken from the
station to potter s field. When Policeman 1 >al, v
telephoned to potter s field for
the return of the garment. Pol ice man iruui
mell went to investigate the case vesterdav. and
at one tune was sure that he wis on the right
track but further investigation failed to con
firm bias in this opinion. The officers of the
precinct failed to send word of the murder to
police headquarters, so far as could Ik- ascer
tained. so that the assistance of the other pre
cincts was not obtained in the work of tracing
the crime to its perpetrator.
Post-0(Tiee Holiday on the 30th.
Postmaster-General Wauamaker to-dav issued
the following order: -The President having
recommended that, as a part of the order of
observance of the centennial of the inaugura
lon of the first President, a portion of the 30th
day of April. 1889. be set aside for prayer and
thanksgiving, in conformity thereto it is or
l,(ft,?a'ters are authorized to ob
^ I i iUS holiday hours oil that dav
seiond. where i?. is possible to do so without
^nratvnt ? lhe Pu^ic service, their pos"
othces should be closed at or before 9 o'clock
or,ler that the employes may have an
of hf >r:'Vi? c.??P'y the proclamation
third J*!* ! ,SKUed on the 4th instant;
third postmasters must arrange for the receipt
Uart'd'n rf ?l?' T" ^
part during the time the post-office is dosed."
She Found a Man In Her Yard.
William Robinson, colored, was in Judge
Miller s court this morning charged with being a
suspicious person. William is a resident of South
W ashington. and was found in Jane Parker's
yard. Jane suspected that William wanted to
become too sociable with her chickens. Will
iam made no denial of the fact that he liked
chickens, but he did indignantlv denr the ac
cusation made against him that he" was the
cause of the chickens having to roosi h*h He
Claimed that his dog tore boards off the tence
and he went in Jane's yard to stop the dogs
07??jll"g- 1 Judge did not believe his
dttauitot 'bonds.'"' 81^Jil-V8 OU the f,trni -
A Chapter of Street Accidents.
\esterdav Mrs. Margeret McGowan. aged
fifty-two years, was run over by a two-horse
vehicle on 12th street, between B street north
and R street south. she was badlv bruised
and was taken to his daughter's residence, at
14th and I streets northwest.
Yesterday afternoon John livers, aged fortv
??? run over by the Arlington baggage
wagon at 13tl. and F street, and slightly* in
jured He was sent to the Enu rgencv hospital.
villc Pr,'l l"V T ' ^ dlham Godfrey, of Forest
vine. xTinee George s countv. was driving*)
Anacostia an axle of his carriage broke <Xl
?Vi u ? ;-v was thrown out on his lace.
The horse being fright< ned ran nwav and Mr
Godfrey was dragged about 100 yard's. He was
picked up unconscious, but recovered, and his
injuries are supposed not to be serious.
Bishop I'aret at St. John's.
Bishop Paret held a special confirmation in
St. John's church. Lafayette square, at 10 a. m.
to-day, at which 15 persons were confirmed,
one of whom was from Ascension parish. The
candidates were presented by the Rev Ur
Leonard, rector of St. John's." The Rev' Dr"
m t'?nVl J1"' IU,'V' -Mr' McKee ?< r'' also pres
ent in the chancel. This class makes a total of
iSf- confirmed la St. John's parish re
A Sad Atlliction.
Miss Frances S. Howe, the bright seventeen
year-old daughter of I>r. F. T. Howe, died this
morning at her home on Corcoran street from
typhoid fever. The family will have !the svrn
pathy of many friends in their affliction.
A Woman Acquitted of a C harge of Lar
ceny.
In the Criminal Court this morning Eliza
Carter, alias Fry, a colored woman, was tried
for larceny from the person?snatching .?32
from John W. Tippett. The complainant
testified that he took the defendant to a point
near her home, from an entertainment at the
Capitol City Guards armory, and when he took
out his money to make change she snatched
it and ran ofl. I he defense w as an alibi sworn
to by several of the woman's companions. The
defendant was represented by Mr. F. P. Closs
andt he verdict was "not guilty." A nolle pros.
Has entered in a similar indictment.
l. T? !\'LTO Ne* Yobk.- Interior. Sixth Auditor,
lost-Office aud Treasury guards will leave
Washington for New York to attend the cen
tennial celt bration by the R. and 1*. R. R at 9
o clock Sunday morning. The members will
meet at (:30 a. in. at their hall, corner of Nth
and E streets northwest.
The Waoneb Society Concert at Univer
salis! church this evening promises to be un
usua y well worth atu nding. 1 he vocal solo
ist will be Mile, de Nogueiras and the instru
mentalists. Messrs. Gloetin. Rakeman and
SzemelenyL The program is an attractive
A Pleasant Hop.?The classes of Miss Eleanor
R.ulen s daiicuig school gave a pleasant hop last
i*0iit at the National ltifles' armorv There
Were over MO present. The hop w as "in charge
Ik'aU- Jr- master of ceremonies,
T A following committee: R. de L. Howell
.,n I iv vWu-' Dr" J" W" Fls!ler- J- A- Applebv,"
and W. M. Wooster.
Next Week at Albacoh'b.-D'Ennerv's ro
maiiiic coandy-drania. -The Cavalier.'"1 with
the well-known character actor. Mr. HenrvLee
and a stroug cast. including John Ellsler, E. A.'
McDowell. Horace Vinton. Dan Leeson. Wm
Lee. Fraiiz Keinau. Chas. F. Tingav. Minnie
Seliginan and Mabel Jordan, will be the attrac
tion at Albaugli'n opera-house next week. The
play, it is said, abounds in strong situations
aud climaxes, and its action is full of refined
comedy. -The Cavalier" will be handsome] v
staged and mounted. The original cast, the
same superb costumes, elaborate scenerv and
every detail that noted its successful produc
tion in New \or* and Boston will be emploved
during this engagement. The sale of seats'be
gan this mormugjtt the box office.
New Yobk ExccRKioK.-The opening of the
? .l to -*ew has resulted in iriv
jng the people of Washington the benefit of
half-fare excursion tickets to the metropolis
lpon the first suitable occasion that offered.
This event is the celebration of the centennial
of Washington s inauguration, and the B AO
announced round trip rate of *6.50 ? New
lorn and return, with privilege of going unon
from Ya'ni Ji^ludln8 the vestibuled UmitLd.
from April 27 to 30. and train leaving Washing
ton 8 a. m. May 1, all tickets valid for return
passage until &ay 6 inclusive.
It is easier for a trust to buy out a rival trust
S-ci ite"17'8 m*htiertw
'?No. I don't want the thing." said a man
:tu.\?rnr*d i>ay * "p ^ta ci?ver"
tie. It is not a novelty to me. Fve been -
Sure They Were Spring Chickens.?"Eraa
mus, you are sure these are spring chickens'^"
'?Yea. missus. I>ey were broughlen uL riL
under my own eye."
-You watched them growing all Ur.t spring?"
'Yea, missus, an' all spring afore dat! Yah.
fey w spring chickens."-7V Kpoch.
Hall's Haib ttwiwn is free from aioohoi uii
j!T!LU'Mi,nju.rP Ule ""u- It U acienUUcaUv pre
I?rjd^ndwiu realore Craytair k> lm or^Ual
Violating tbr Health OrdlnanfH.
William H. Kobertson. the butcher. m is
the Police Court this morning charged, under
the health ordinances, with nettiug up and con
ducting a butcher pen and slaughter home oa
Louisiana arena*, between 9th and 10th street*
northwest, without having obtained a permit so
i to do. the said butcher pen and slaughter house
being within ISO Tarda of an occupied dwell
luc-houw. Inspectors Mothershead and Par
sons. of the health department, gave testimony
to the effect that a lamli was slaughtered at this
defendant's place. Judge Sillier imposed a
tine of t JO and suspended execution of sen
tence.
Bandolh Hobertson was then charged with a
i similar offense and the case waa continued oa
j his personal recognizance.
Bobert lYyor. colored, was then charged,
under the health ordinances, with maintaining
a nuisance. consisting of an outhouse in a filthv
condition. Juilge Miller told him that several
similar cases hud been l>efore the court. IB
which sentence had l>eeti *u*)M-nded. Hereafter
he proposed to tine fvmbodf for violating
; this act and imposed a tine of ?5. which the
defendant paid.
The Old (?iiMnls* llnzar.
The garden bazar of the Old Guard waa
crowded last night with veterans, it being
Grand Army night. Kit Carson post. No. I
titty-tive strong, under the lead of Commander
Thos. H. McKee. were present. The rag baby
! drill by twelve membera of the Wplans' relief
j corps, under the command of Lieut. Frank
i Paige, was given for the benefit of the com
rades. Ou th< conclusion of the drill the com
pany was formed, and a large American silk
Hag. handsomely mounted, was presented by
Mr. Frank \V. Paige, on behalf of the lady
| friends of the organization. The flag waa re
j c. ived byCapt. Edgar in a patriotic speech.
The Old Guurd will conclude their bazar by a
centennial luaugural ball in the Bifles hall on
Tuesday.
THK COl HTS.
Pbokate CofBT--Jwigt Cor.
Yesterday, estate of Adehcia Cheatham; ex
e nullified copy of the will from l>avidsou county,
Tenn.. filed. Estate of Susannah Sherman;
will filed. Estate of Jas. XL Currie. of Jack
sonville. Fla.; will tiled
CiBcrir CofKT No. J Ju.lj. M'mtgimury.
Yesterday, Bell agt. Ilerdtc Phaeton company;
verdict for plaintiff, ?750. Byan agt. Wio-liing
tou gaslight company: jury out. Jackson agt.
Mariui; order to summon executor.
EyrtTY Coi kt - Cor.
Yesterday, Oliver agt. Williams; appearance
ordered. Iiohrer apt. Otterback; payment on
testimony taken by Naock and Bicliardson or
dered. Sparks agt. Phillips, rule ou trustee
granted.
Criminal Coi rt -JwU? Bratliry.
Yesterday. Jjhn ButUt, perjury; guilty.
Geo. H. Moore, mibezzlcinent; not guilty.
To-day. Eliza Fry. alias Carter, larceny from
I the person; verdict not guilty. John Thomas
and Horace Tilth*, housebreaking; uolle pros.
| Florence Jewell alias Sarah Thompson, per
jury; on trial.
Not a Long Voyage.
From the Ikmton Punt.
Master Hovey, of the old Phillips school
w hose death I spoke of some weeks ago. was in
the habit of teaching his boys geography in a
somewhat curious fashion. Taking up a morn
ing pajter he would turn to the shipping news
and read off the incoming vessels and ask the
class what cargoes they probably brought from
the ports from which they came. The clear
ances were treated in a similar w?y. and then
j the scholars were linked to hunt the wharves to
find what craft were in port aud what they had
for cargo or what they took out to their desti
nation. Ou one occasion one of the class said
his vessel was loaded with grain and gua car
riages. Where was it cleared for? Some slight
disturbance m Northern Africa was suggested,
but promptly put down, as Algeria, ouce the
gram field of Home, still produced cereals too
close at hand. A small war up the Adriatio
was looked upen with more favor by teacher
and boys alike, and the question was put if thia
were not the destination of the evidently war
laden ship. "No. sir." promptly answered the
waggishly-inclined student, "she cleared for
Fort Warren, boston harbor."
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Churchill Contradicts Chamberlain.
New York Tribune Londou Cable.
Mr. Chamberlain has wTitten a long letter in
reply to the charges against him in connection
with the Birmingham election. He allegee, bat
does not prove, tnat no binding compact ex
isted between the liberal-unionists and the to
ri es to accept Lord Kaiidolph Churchill for ?
candidate. He has against him the positive
statement of Sir Joseph Sawyer, of Mr. Bow
lands. aud of other local tory leaders. For hits
appears only ilr. Powell Williams, w ho devila
for Mr. Chamberlain in politics. Lord Ban
dolph himself has been telegraphed to?he haa
been fishing in Scotland and replies that the
allegation that he would not accept an invita
tion to stand is absolutely inaccurate, and that
Mr. Bowlaud's statement is quite true. So Mr.
Chaniberlaiu will have to write another letter.
He aud his friends, by way of pouring oil on
the troubled waters of Birmingham, have
passed a resolution that the recent victory la
uiaiulv due to the liberal-unionists. The tones,
who tilink that they polled tour oat of the five
thousand votes given to Mr. Bright, received
this iu a temper which you can imagine. Tbue
it becomes more aud more probable that thia
quarrel may spread far Iteyoud Birmingham,
aud may result ill au open collision between
Mr. Chamberlain aud the tones. The liberals
accordingly look on with a smile which threat
ens to become a grin. For these and other
good reasons the liberals are spending their
Easter holidavs in a contented spirit.
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He Lost the Fun of the Joke.
From the Boston Youth's Companion.
A laughable but rather embarrassing case of
mistaken identity occurred the other day in one
of Boston's largest retail stores. A gentleman
who is a little too fond of joking entered the
store for the purpose of meeting his wife at a
certain counter. Sure enough, there stood n
lady dressed, to his eye, at least, just like the
woman he was after.
Her back was turned aud no one was near
her. so he quietly approached, took her by the
arm. aud said, in a voice of simulated severity.
??Well, here you are, spending my money aa
usual. eh?"
Tlu face turned quickly toward him was not
his wife's; it was that of an acrid, angry, keen
eved woman of about fifty years, who attracted
the attention of everybody in that part of the
store bv saving in a loud, shrill voice:
"No,"l ain't spending your money or no other
man's money, and I'll?"
"I beg your pardon, madam." cried the con
fused gentleman; "I supposed yon were my
wife, and?"
? Well, I just ain't your wife, nor no other
man's wife, thank fortune. to be jswed at every
time 1 buy a yard of ribbon! I pity your wife
if you go around shaking her like you did me.
If i was her. I'd?"
The chagrined joker waited to hear no more,
but made his way out of the shop amid the tit
ters and sly chuckles of those who had wit*
nessed his contusion.
Happened on the Wabash.
From the New York Bun.
"Heard of the Wabash river. I reckon?" he
queried, as he combed his long yellow whiaken
with his fingers and palled down his vest
"Ves."
"Probaoly never heard of Jerry Dewlap?
Jerry lives on the banks of the W'abash, and
he's pizeu biled down. About a month ago he
cum to town oue day and said a boat bad upeot
in the bend above his house and drowned two
men. He wanted us to go np and help drag for
the bodies. We was willing, of course, and
Jerry proposed to try a plan he said he had
worked in thousands of cases. It's an ole be
lief with some folks, you know, that if a loaf of
bread is fiuug on the water it'll float to where a
dead body is lying and then stop. We reckoned
to trv it, and every man chipped in and we took
up ai>out a hundred loaves.
''Jerry bossed the job," continued the maa
with the yellow whiskers, "and we got oat two
boats loaded with bread and keerfuflv dropped
the loaves overboard. Some of 'em went hump
ing along at the rate of 6 miles an hoar. while
others sort o' circled around and went off
elowlv. We used up the hundred loaves and
Jerrv was taking np a collection to send to town
after more, when a feller came np stream in a
canoe snd called ont;
" -What ar' vou uus a-doing over thar?'
" 'A-rising tie dead,' I answered.
?' 'Oh. ye are!" he continued -Well, when I
come aroand the bend ole Jerry's wife was ont
in a boat a-picking up them loaves, and I
reckon she'd got np to ninety-five. Yob una
had better send down some pork and taken to
keep company.'
"Well, air, that ar' was a put-up job on as by
ole Jerry to git a heap o' bread without work
ing fur it and when we took him ashore to ad
minister a great moral lesson, what did ha <to
bat tarn to and outran the heat of as and git
clear off!"
Mr. Blobaon?"My dear, can you tell as why
a tramp is like a silk tier Mia. Blobsoa-'l
shouldn't think there was a single point of like
ness." ^Mr. Blobeon-' Weir^ there fa.

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