THE COMPASY CENSURED.
Held Responsible for the Death of Tea
Men by mi Explosion.
PoTTtvnx*. Pa.. Msv IS.?The ooroner's Jury
In the cut of the ten men who were killed on
Thursday evening in the shaft of the Kaska
William colliery at Big Vein, has rendered a
verdict censuring the Alliance coal and mining
company for its neglect to have safety gates
in compliance with the mining law of 1883.
Safety gates would have covered all ap
proaches to the shaft and consist of an afi
aronnd fence attached to a platform, which
covers the month of the shaft When the cage
comes to the top it raises this platform and the
gates, and when it descends the gates or fence
and platform resume their relative positions.
Had these gates or fence been in position it
would have been impossible for the Hungarian
decker to have poshed the car into the shaft
upon the ascending cage. Even had the car
broken the gates, the platform wonld hare pre
vented it from falling into the shaft.
AN EDITOR SHOT.
His Brother-in-I-aw Mistakes Htm for
Sraisorm.D, Mass.. May 13.?Jas. B. Smith,
local editor of the Republican, was shot and in
stantly killed this morning by his brother-in
law, who mistook him for a bnrglar. In the
absence of Mr. Smith's father-in-law. Warrant
F. Sturtevant, who is at the Kangeley lakes on
a fishing trip. Mr. Smith, hi* wife, and infant
daughter were spending a few days in Mr.
Smith's old home, Early this .morning bur
glars entered Mr. Sturtevant's house and young
Sturtevant was aroused from a sound sleep by
the servants, who had been awakened by the
noise made by the burglars. He looked out of
the window and saw a man in the yard, and,
seizing his gun. went into the hall. In the
meantime Mr. and Mrs. Smith were aronsed
and had stepped out of their room into the
hall. Young Sturtevant. not knowing that his
brother-in-law was in the house, and suppos
ing himself the only man there, at once tired.
Mr. Smith fell dead by the side of his wife.
Mr. Smith had slept in his own house until last
night on account of the lateness of his hours,
but he was off duty last night, though his
brother-in-law did not know it. Mr. Smith
was a young man of good ability and high
character. His brother-in-law is a young man
of twenty-two and is simply overwhelmed by
the terrible tragedy.
THE WESTPHALIA MINERS.
Emperor William Will Receive a Depu
tation From Them.
Bcu.nr May 19.?Emperor William has sig
nified his willingness to receive a deputation
from the striking miners of Westphalia. Ac
cordingly three delegates from the strikers will
be granted an ?udience to-morrow
A RUSSIAN CONSPIRACY.
A Number of Military Officer* Said to be
St. Pitibsbcko, May 18.?A conspiracy
against the government, which implicates a
number of military officers, has been discov
ered here by secret agents. Numerous arrests
have been made, some of high officials. In
criminating documents have been seized and a
number of dynamite bombs found.
Serious Obstructions by tbe New System
of Running Logs.
Eac Claire, Miss., May 13.?Reports oomo
from Wabasha of serious obstructions to navi
gation on the Mississippi by the new system of
running logs destined for the Mississippi river
mills into West Newton slough on the Minne
sota side, instead of rafting them from the
Wisconsin side. During the artificial floods
the last day or two millions of logs at a time
have been rushing out of the mouth of the
Chippewa with great velocity. Steamboats
have been hung up at Wabasha, the owners
being afraid to venture out among the masses
of logs. The Milwaukee and St. Paul pontoon
bridge on tbe Mississippi could not be closed,
and trains are delayed five hours at a time,
passengers, mail, and express being brought
over on steamboats. Complaint is to be made
to the government.
Finding Out About American Agri
Chicaoo. May 13.?A commissioner of the
Austrian government is stopping at the Sher
man house. He is Dr. Martin Wilckens, pro
fessor in the agricultural college at Vienna,
who. after a sfx weeks' tour of the northwest,
in lows snd Minnesota, and a short visit to
Denver, is now in the city for a week's stay.
Ha is in America gathering materials on all
subjects connected with agriculture. In this
connection he has attempted a study of the
American agricultural colleges.
A Big Oil Booin.
Terse Hacte, Did., May 13.?The oil boom
bere is assuming large proportions. Ths ex
perts from the eastern oil regions who hurried
here during the week, having pronounced the
oil to be of a superior quality, and the well
continuing its output with ho diminution,
there is rush for land on which to sink wells.
Not less than twenty stock companies are
forming, severs! being inaugurated to sink
wells, it is ths belief now that gss will also be
Stabbed Hi* Wife and Fled.
Axdebsosi. I nix. May 13.?Wm. Keller lay in
wait in a dark alley Saturday night for his
wife, who had been compelled to leave him on
account of his cruelty, snd as she was passing
stabbed her with a knife, cutting four gashes
in her throat. He then fled ana has not been
apprehended. The woman is dying, and it is
believed that Keller commuted suicide.
An Aeronaut's Fatal Leap.
HorsTos, Tex.. May 13.?Prof. St. Clair, the
aeronaut, in attempting to give his "leap from
the clouds" at tbe fsir grounds park last even
ing lost his grip on the parachute and fell 300
feet to the earth. Nearly every bone in his
body was broken.
Perhaps the "Missing Link" Has Been
Bcvtalo, S. Y., May 13.?On White Island, a
suburb of Tonawanda. men engaged in exca
vating a cellar on Saturday dug up eleven very
peculiar skeletons. The beings to whom the
skull belonged could not have differed greatly
from an ape either in appearance or intellect
The accompanying thigh bones were abnorm
ally long and very slender, and there are
thirteen ribs on a side. The shoulder blades
are ennrely lacking. Many members of the
Buffalo Academy of Natural Sciences think that
the long expected "missing link" has st last
A Telegraph Operator's Suicide.
Newbitro. N. Y.. May 13.?Charles Stewart
twenty-two years old, assistant operator at the
Western Union telegraph office, this city, com
mitted suicide this morning by shooting him
self through the heart He had been for his
usual morning walk, returned home, went to
the bath room, locked the door and put an end
to his existence. He was one of the most re
spected young men in tbe city and his ssd end
ing has created great surprise in ths commun
The Charleston's Cruise.
Ba*ta Barbara. Cal.. May 13.?Yesterday
afternoon the United States cruiser Charles
ton left here, standing north. She will make s
run un the coast as far as San Francisco and
probably srrive there to-day.
The Tramps in Frisco.
Sa> Fsascisco. May 13.?Walking match, 1
a. an., seors?Vint, 270; Howorth, 288; Guer
rero. 391; Albert. 338; Cam pans, 340; Peterson,
S75; hlatt, 267; Crosier. 259.
A Plucky and Determined Sheriff.
Vrscvsxs*. Isd., Msy 13.?The sheriff yes
terday morning wai attacked by two prisoners
to tbe Jail, Tom Huffman and John Scott,
when giving them breakfast. Scott got out
bat after several minutes of the most desperate
fighting the sheriff overpowered Huffman and
threw him into the ceiL An hour's chase re
sulted in the capture of Scott and he was
?h| back. In the hand-to-hand melee the
[ had most of his clothing torn from him,
bat was not injured.
The Shah to Visit the Czar.
?*. Parsasscao. Msy 13.?The shah of Per
sia has left Teheran for 8t Petersburg. He
crossed the frontier at Djonlfa. On his arrival
oa Russian soil he was welcomed by a body of
Jtassiaa notables. A detachment of Cossacks
wss detailed to set ss a guard of honor to the
Jfor OtKtr Ttwgrapfiic Snot 8m Pafm I ami t,
Summer Outings of Fashionable People
Mr. William Shepard and the Misses Shepard
entertained a company of guests last evening
at a masicale. Mils Louise Cleveland Shepard
sang several claasical (election!.
I Mr. Justice Gray and Mi* Jeannette Mat
thews. daughter of the late Mr. Justice Stanley
Matthews, will be married at the residence of
the bride June 6. The ceremony will be wit
nessed by the members of the families and the
Justices of the Supreme Court and their families.
Minister Robert T. Lincoln and bis family
left the city last evening for Sew York. They
will sail for Liverpool on Wednesday.
CoL Ochiltree gave a dinner Saturday even
ing in honor of Lieut.-Commander W. H. Em
ory. who sails with Minister Lincoln on Wed
nesday aa naval attache of legation. Among
the guests were Mr. Walker Blaine. Senator
John P. Jone*. Mr. J. R. Young and Mr. C.
H. Cramp, of Philadelphia.
Ex-Minisler Pendleton and his daughters,
the Misses Pendleton, will soon return to this
country and will visit this city.
Mrs. Harvey Lindsley and her three daugh
ters will occupy Oak View after the 1st of June.
Madame Barreda and her daughters, who
were the nests of Mrs. Hearst during the win
ter and of the Mexican minister during the
spring, left the city on Saturday for New York.
They will spend the summer months by the
seashore ana will return to California in the
Mrs. Van Wycfc, wife of ex-Senator Van Wyck,
who has been seriously ill for the past several
weeks, is now declared by her physician to be
out of danger.
Mrs. Raymond Rodgers and her nelee, Miss
Winterhoff. will spend the summer in Europe.
They will sail next month.
The Rovers met Saturday night at Mr. Henry
Macfar land's. Among those present were Gen.
Greely, Mr. George Kennan. Capt. Bourke,
Judge Nott, Col. Garrick Mallery, Mr. John B.
Moore, Gen. John W. Foster, Capt. Dutton. Mr.
F. A. Carle, Mr. John W. Douglass, Mr. Fred
Terry Powers, and Mr. Elbridge Gerry Dun
Mrs. J. Hubley Ashton gave a luncheon on
Saturday in honor of her guest, Mrs. Gordon
Cumming. The table was decorated with
snowballs and La France roses. Those present
were Mrs. Blaine. Mrs. Blatchford, Mrs. Pol
lok, Mrs. Hay, Mrs. McKee. Mrs. Hammond,
Mr*. Yarrow, Miss Schenck, Mrs. Hawley, and
Miss Agues Baffin, of Cincinnati, Ohio, who
has been visiting Miss Fanny Levy, of 11th
street, has returned home.
Miss Emma and Maggie Roddy, of Tusca
loosa. Ala., are in the city the guests of Mrs.
L. S. Brown, No. 906 Q street northwest. They
will sail for London on the 15th inst., where
they will join their father, Gen. P. D. Roddy.
Lieut. Chas. W. Rowell. second infantry, who
has been visiting CoL D. R. Lamed, at 1506 P
street, bas been called home bv illness in bis
family and left the city on Friday evening.
He intended visiting friends in Philadelphia,
Brooklyn, and other northern cities, but this
unexpected call home has prevented it.
Dr. A. G. Wilkinson has been appointed one
of the iurors of award of the Paris exposition,
and will sail for Glasgow Thursday next. He
geos by way of Scotland in order to fish by in
vitation for two or three days several excellent
preserved salmon streams. Miss Wilkinson ac
companies her father, and will take lessons in
oil painting in a French atelier. A small party
of Washington friends including Mr*. L. Q. C.
Lamar, jr., sail with them. Mrs. Lamar is to
study art in Paris for two years.
Mrs. N. S. Lincoln gave a luncheon of twelve
covers on Saturday. The tablo decorations
were unique and beautiful. The prevailing
color was green; a scarf of pale green silk
crossed the round tuble; each napkin was
[?rossed by a ribbon of green satin, on which
was painted in gold letters the name of the
uest. and on the fringed long end of the rib
on fluttered a butterfly. The bouquets were
branches of mignonette. The centcr-piece was
a bowl of snowballs, over which hovered a
dozen large butterflies. These pretty wiuged
decorations were painted by Miss Hall, of Bal
timore. who is Mrs. Lincoln's guest and cousin.
The ladies who sat about the table were Mrs. A.
F. Magruder, Madame Guzman, Mrs. Neill.
Mrs. Newbold. Mrs. Staunton. Mrs. J. F. Leech,
Miss Edes. Miss Kellogg. Miss Hall, Miss Ander
son and Miss Shepard.
The Charleston's Trial Trip.
Chief Engineer Melville is of opinion that
the cruiser Charleston will succeed in making
the necessary 7.090-borse power in another
trial. It appears that tbe trouble with the port
engine was located in the cross-bead guide,
which hsd been tbs only faulty spot shown in
the trip from San Francisco. When the fault
was developed recourse was had to the device
of placing a shim or thin wedge of metal be
tween the troublesome points, and this expe
dient was probably not sufficient to meet the
case. The trouble is not serious and can be
remedied aboard ship, if, indeed, it
bas not been already done. The tact that
the boilers made steam so rapidly that
they were blowing off during the trial
is regarded by the engineers as promising the
realization of the horse-power requirement
when the defect in the port engine is corrected
and the steam can all be used. Increased
speed is looked for upon the next trial, be
cause the coal is beiug used up rapidly aud the
vessel is being lightened. The contract re
quires the vessel to show 7.000 horse-power, in
order that the builders may secure the full
contract price. She may be accepted if she
makes 6.000 horse-power, but any deficiency
below 7,000 will subject tbe coutractors to s
penalty of #100 for each horse-power lacking.
To succeed fnlly, the vessel must develop 1,500
horse-power more than she did Saturday
93T Th? Evisiko Stab's subscription lists,
the books of the office, and its press and de
livery rooms are at all times open to the wel
come inspection of any person having s color
able interest in the correctness of its claims as
to circulation. This is a guarantee to adver
tisers that is given by few papers in the world,
and by none oOter in Washington!
THE TREZEVANT CLAIM.
A Celebrated Case Decided In Favor of
the State of Georgia.
From the Macon Ttlesraph. May 8.
Our dispatches yesterday announced that the
Court of Claims at Washington bad given Judg
ment in favor of the state of Georgia for
$35,555 in its suit against the United States to
recover money advanced for the common de
fense during tbe Revolutionary war.
During the war of independence Peter Trez ?
vant made liberal advances of money and sup
plies for tbe necessities of Georgia troops iii
the colonial army. After the end of the war
and the formation of tbe Union a claim for the
reimbursement of Peter Trezevant was filed,
but it was not until 1848 that Georgia paid this
Just debt. The money bad not been expended
for tbe benefit of the state, but had been con
tributed to the cause in whirt? all the colonies
were engaged, and Georgia, therefore, had a
good claim against tbe United States. In 1858,
Mr. James A. Green, of Milledgeville, was
authorized to prosecute this claim against the
Federal government for a fee of 25 per cent,
contingent on recovery. The matter was
brought to tbe attention of Congress be
fore the war, but no action was taken
on it. Several years elapsed after tbe war
before tbe claim was pressed again. After
various Ineffectual efforts a bill was passed in
1882 authorizing the payment of the claim. It
was approved by President Arthur, but tbe
payment of the money to the state was pre
vented by Judge Lawrence, first controller
of the Treasury, who decided that the amount
should be credited to Georgia in part payment
of the taxes which are charged against this
state under the direct tax act of 1861. This
decision left the case in a peculiar condition.
An act had been approved ordering the pay
ment of the claim and appropriating money
for that purpose, but it was locked up by the
adverse decision of the first controller.
Judge Durham, who sucoeeded Judge Law
rence in the office, refused to reverse the de
cision of his predecessor, and the prospect of
recovering tbe money seemed rather slim. As
a last resort suit was begun in the Court of
Claims, and the result is a decision that the
money should be paid to Georgia, notwith
standing the direct tax charged against the
itate. It was argued before Judge Lawrence
that this direct tax wae levied on the lands of
hs citizen and not on the state, and therefore
could not be eet off against a claim of the state,
bat he would not admit the foroe of that argu
ment The suit was for the principal only, the
legislature having directed that no demand for
accumulated interests be made. The caee was
argued in the Court of Claims for the state by
Mr. J. G. Zachry, a prominent young attorney
of Washington. Mr. Zachry is a Georgian and
a graduate of the state university. He began
the practice of the law in Atlanta, and four
years ago moved to Washington. Re is to be
WANTED?A SETTLED SINGLE MAS TO WOBK I
on dairy farm. good milker and Ilowman, and
bring rood reference*. Call at FoLK's MEA I STORE,
7th and Boundery sU. n w. my 13-at'
WANTED-A GENTLEMAN OF GOOD ADDRESS
fur special work; rood pay, short hour*, and
sgreeable employment. Call on or addresa PARKER
* REEVE, ViO 10th at. n w. It*
"WANTED-THREE MEN TO PUT CP AWNINGS.
" Apply 911 E at. n.w., alao operator on ginger ma
VjSTANTF.D?a YOUNG WHITE-BOY TO ASSIST
If In dininr-rooni and belp tending bar; muit bava
references. Inquire at the NAVY YARD EXCHANGE.
WANTED?TWO GOOD HANDS FOB DRESS- I
making; alao an apprentice. Apply for two day*
?tssaaotfiat. u.w. It7
WANTED - DETECTIVES - WE WISH TO EM- !
ploy rood men everywhere to represent our
Secret Service Department. No membership fee
charged. Aocompany application with stampfor foil
information. Address MOHAWK DETECTIVE BU
REAU, Headquarters Wichita. Kansas. iuy 13-lw
WANTED -A YOCNG WiTiTE MAID FOB IJOHI
< haniberwork and to look after a little jnrl 9
year* of a*e; reference* required. Apply at 1?10 i
Connecticut aye., between 8 and 10 a.11-. ana t> ana W
p. in. myl3-.it ;
^y ANTED-A WHITE WOM AN, OOOPTOOK AND ]
? ? fenerul housework, small family. adults. Address
B?* 10W, Star office; references. my 1l-2t*
r ANTED?WOMIjT(COOKS, S10 TO MO; CHAM
? bernuUda, .Nurw, and Lautidreaaes, In city or
?,??y Waiter*. Driver*, or Farm Hand*: Colored Men
Cooks. SAM'L A. OOOMBS, 920 F at u. w. my 13-2t*
M'ANTED-COOES. $10*TO"?7ft; HOUSEMAIDS.
Waitress, Nurses. Salesladies. Laiii;drei*, Dri
Jera.^aiters. Farm and Dairy Hands,at once. DICK'S.
013 < thn.w.: also European Steamship agent. my 13-5*
\I7ANTED-A BRIGHT. INTELLIGENT BOY
vf about sixteen years of are to learn the drug busi
ness. Apply ut MlLBUUX's Drugstore. It*
WANTED?EXPERIENCED SKIRT HANDSTkO
other need apply. 008 14th at. It*
WANTED?FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS FOR A
few live men and women; good j>ay to the right
parties. Call froui 4 U> 7 p.m. 221 1st at. n w. It*
ANTED?FIRSTS-LASS PATENT-RIGHT MAN.
Call at once. 221 1st at a. w. 4 to 7 p.m. It*
\*TANTED-A YOUNG MAN, OF ABOUT 10
Tl years, to make himself generally useful in bar,
kc. ; can tind a rood home at 2200 Peunsj lvania ave.;
must be well recommended. myl:t-3t*
W ANTED-A WHITE BOY". 14 OR 10 YEARS
old, three evenings l?'r week from 5 to 7 o'clock.
Address Box 13(1, Star office. It*
W ANTED-A MAN (AGE ABOUT THIRTY). WHO
is a rood meat cutter and able to uko charge of
Grocery store. Address Bo* 10, Star office. 13-3t*
W_ ANTED?RELIABLE GENTLEMAN (OB fS
inaneut lucrative lusition; salary, $15; 9 to 10
?.m. M. W. HEFLIN. 408 New Jersey ave. n.w. It*
ANTED?A WOMAN FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work for family of three; German preferred. Ap
ply, with references, at 323 E. Cap. st It*
TANTED-AT 802 E ST. N.W., A FRST-CLASS
barber. G. A. R1DGWAY. u,yl3-2t*
ANTED? A SKILLED MODEL MAKER: MUST
.. be first das* in every respect and competent to
do finest work. rood wages will be paid. Address
"MODEL," Star office. my 1:< 3f
VVANTED-IMMEDIATELY-ONE GOOD WAIST
" hand, also two apprentices, at M ME. TOULOTTE,
1229 Massachusetts ave. It*
Yj|r ANTED-A MAN OR WOMAN TO WORK TN
i I wash-room; experience not necessary. PALACE
8TEAM LAWfDRY, n3 4?st.s.w. It*
WANTED?EXPERIENCED SALES LADIES FOB
our ribbon, hsts, and other departments; i>er
zuaiunt situation; goodaalary. THE BUN MARCHE,
310 < th st. n.w. my 13-3t t
\V ANTED-A RELIABLE, PISHING GENTLE
11 man in my house to conduct my sample del nrt
ment; must furnish good references; salary *15
weekly, with increase. Apply 9:30 a.m. THUEE ti
CO.. 430 7th st^u. w. 11 *
W'AN'I I D-A IIEXPECTABLE WHITE GIRL TO
it do gctienl housework in a small family. no small
children; must be neat and obliging. Call at 1765 P
st. n.w. It*
ANTED-A PATENT SPECIFICATION WRITER
Slid ameuder. refer_to patents written up and
prosecuted. former employer, state ex|>eri?jnce, and
salary exiHictad. Address l'ATKNTS, Star office,
my 11 2t*
\r*NT! D?WOMEN FOR PHILADELPHIA, ALSO
li for city; lady bookkeeis-rs. young 11ur-e rirls,
dressmakers, farm and dairymen, ?c . renm.li women
(barrage loom; trunks stored'. BlltNHV.M'S, l? 10
9thst. n.w myll-ttt*
WANTED-WE DESIRF. 'f7>"KsTA BLISH A GEN
M ersl arency in Washington or vicinity, to control
the sale of u staple article of dsily consumption . any
energetic man with email capital may secure a perma
nent. paying busimss. for particulars address
GKEENWICH MANUFACTURING CO., 5<i Veseyst.,
N. Y. my 1 l-2t
"\V ANTED?CORPORAL "SI ELEf?G,rAND HIS
II Pard. No book like it?beats them all; Two
hundred illustrations; humorous, pathetic, fus
cinatlng- one arent made 4*7 in four days;
one took IB orders in 30 minutes in one G.
A R. Post; choose territory now. 24 attractive illus
trations tree, with circulars ami terms. N. G. HAM
ILTON CO., Publishers, 329 Superior st., Cleve
\V ANTED-A GOOD "BUSINESS GENT FOR A
11 Partner: references required 1 know a new man
ner of manufacturing sit article that has a very exten
sive sale, with less expense, and produce a superior
article. Address ARTICLE, Star office, giving full
name. Small capital required. mvll-3t*
\\7 ANTED?THE CITY INTELLIGENCE OFFICE '
v I does not keep you waiting lor employment.
Situations furnished at once; applications tor ?.* v
erumeut lsjsitiuiis'prepered by an expert, rooms rois
tered. 711 u>t. n.w. myll-lw*
ANTED - Tl'RNER, AT TH0S. W. SMITH'S |
Mill,opposite base-ball grounds. myl 1 -3t
-yy ANTED-IX A GENTLEMAN'S FAMILY. NEAR
the city, a roHixjctabl* white woinati hh cook and
rdiereiice re(inir?d. A-l
for >rouerenioiu':work . no WAshin^. >roi?d waKt-??,city
Id'lrwn Boin, 3t*r ofKr?.l l*3t
WANTED-WAIsr AND SKIRT HANDS. CALL
" tjetween 0 and S o'clock p.ui. 1105 ISihst. n.w,
J ANTED?A WHITE GIRL AS COOK AT 1827
14th n.w myll-()t
! A NT ED-TEN VEST MAKERS AT K1 ft N'S,
414 9th st. n.w. myll-3t
WANTED ? DL'N'DORE'S EMPLOYMENT" BU
II r-.nw, conducted by ladies, men and women. ,
white and colored, for all kinds or domestic labor, tor I
District and states, with lelcreUces. 717 &l?t. u.w. 1
"WANTED?A NEAT. EXPERIENCED WHITE j
vf Girl, for general housework in small family.
Call, with references, at I020G st. s.e. mylO-Ilt
\X7AN 1 ED ?A RELIABLE BOY, SEVENTEEN TO
" eighteen years old, to lesru the drug business;
references required. 1228 F st. n.w. uiyl0-3t*
ANTED?AGENTS TO HELL THE PINLE8B
Clothes Lln?; the only line ever invented that
holds the clothes without pins; a perfect success; pat
ent recently issued, sold ouly by arent, to whom the
exclusive right Is riven; ou receipt of 50c. we will
send a sample ln.e by mail; also circulars, price list,
ami terms to ag nts. secure your territory at once
Address WOllCEhlElt UNLESS CLOllIES LINE
CO.. 17 Herrnon at., M orcester. Mam. inyH-tit
YHfANTED-HN AMBITIOVS, EARNEST MAN",
II lo?-ated oute.de principal cities, lo re I resent, in
his own locality, a responsible house. Gisxl salary.
References. MAN IF ACT I KEH. Lock Box 1610 N.
r ANTED?QUICK - CHAMBERMAIDS, WHITE
. . and colored; cooks, housemaids, butlers, sales
ladles, drivers, ladles' maids, companions, *ml all
kinds of h-lp at Industrial Exchange. STEINEK ft
BHADEOBD, managers. Offices, 1008 F st. n.w.,
Walter building. myl-lin*
WANTED?SITU ATION S,
WANTED?AT HEADQUARTERS - POSITIONS
for Cooks, Chambermaid. Waitress, Laundress, and
Nurses, Seamstress. Men Walters. Cooks. Coachmen.
Butlera. SAM'L A. COOMB8.920 F st.n.w. myl3-2t*
\V^TED-GO TO DICK'S AGENCY FOR COUKS,
li Housemaids, YVaitrcta, Nurses. Laundress, Coach
men, Butlera, Waiters and general housework. Hi3 7ih
st.n.w. Also European Steamship agent. myl3-5t*
YV ANTED?A SITUATION"FOR A BOY OF FlF
II teeu years. In a store or a messenger, or in doliur
any kind of work. Address ACTIVE, Star office.
WANTED-RY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG COL
II ored inan, ? place as driver and to make himself
generally useful In house. Apply at 1827 K st. It*
\\T ANTED ? BY A YOl'NG LADY FHOM VIK"
li giuia? A situstlou to assist in sewing and house
keeping, best references given. Apply 119 Msrylaud
ave. n.e. my 13-31*
VVANTED-BY"A^ SETTLED WHITE WOMAN A
II place aa cook in a private family willing to assist
with washing aue Ironing. good city reference. Box
70. Star office. It*
WANTED-BY AN ENGLISHMAN. SITUATION
II aa coachman ? thoroughly understands his busi
ness. Address E. P., Star office. myl3-3t?
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE WHITE WO
inan a place to cook, waah, and Iron, and do gen
eral housework, and stay st nights, in small private
family. Address E. C. K., Star office. It*
Wanted-by a colored manTa'place as
coachman, or to drive delivery wairon. Has best j
city rsfsrences. Address K A. .1 , 4'.S 12th at s.w. It*,
WANTED-BY AN EDUCATED AMERICAN
II girl, place aa ladies' maid and seamstress; good
dressmaker, fpeaksGerman and English: willing to
leavscity, references. O. S_T.,Suroffice. It*
XV AN TED?POSITIONS BY GERMAN MAID8,
II farm and dairjn.en, also book-keepers, cooks,
waiters, nurses, drivers, scullions and others. Cities,
resorts and country, (all help sele Unl)
myll-av; BUKNHAM'S, 910 9th iu.1
XXTANTED - EMPLOYERS REMEMBER WE |
ll supply well recommended servaiits free,
clerical applies 11U and reglater rooms, same
terms. An lieatious for gpverniqeut positions lire
pared by au expert. CITY INTE1XIGENCE OFFICE,
<11 G n.w. inyll-lw*_
W^ANTED-BY A YOUNG FRENCH WOMAN X
If place a? nurse or lady's maid and to do plai n
sewing. Excellent references. Call 1114 19th at
WTANTED?BY A YOUNG COLORED WOMAN A !
If situation to travel as nurae for one child; good
reference Address ANNIE, 1039 Vermont aie. n.w.
'WANTED-BY TWO RESPECTABLE WHITE
ff rirls places to do chamber work and waiting; no
objection to going away for the summer. Addresa
1601 N. J. ave. n.w. myll-2t~
W ANTED- POSITIONS FOR W AITERS, POlf
ters, nnrsee, cooks, housekeei>eni, hotel men. in
city and away. Orders by mail attended to. EUREKA
EMpCoY'MENT AGENCY, 910 F at. n.w. mylrf-St*
"WANTED- at the industrial exchange
f 1 situations for all kinds of flrst-clasa help furnish
ed free; also rooms fur. and uufur. in all parts of tha
city; satisfaction guaranteed, give ua a trial.
BTEINER * BRADFORD.
myl-lm* Walter building, 100S F st. n.w.
W ANTED?hou SE8.
'" . without ,
W"ANTED-TO PURCHASE. DIRECT PBOU
WANTED?BT TWO TOUNG LADIES, TWO IS
?? furnished rooms Id north wr*t r*rt of the city.
Wonld prefer rooms in house occupied by owner Ad
ilw Bo* 8ur office. It*
WANTED-FROM OWNEB OF HOTSE-A ME
dium-siieil room for storage of honehold fur
niture. Location from 12th to 16th and north of P
preferred. Address at one*, RESPONSIBLE 1- Star
\KTANTEp-TWO YOUNG GENTLEMEN DE8IBE
11 lanreairy room with board for not more than
per mouth: northwest pert of the city preferred. Ad
dmi Box T2. Star office. myl<>3t*
WT ANTED-COUNTRY BOARD BY A YOUNG
' I man, wtth commutation ticket,not to exceed <25
a month: give particular* in. answering; reference*
exchamred. AJdreaa Box 112. Star office. lt?
7ANTED-BOARD BY THE WEEK FOB GEIC
IK man, wife, two children, and nurse, at Takoma
Park. Silver Spring, or Roekvllle: two lam rooma ana
shady grounds desired. state tanas. P. O. Bos 521.
Washington, D. C. my 10-3t
WANTED-AT ONCE-A BUILDING LOT FOR A
cish customer. east or aouth front, between 12th
and 1 S'th, O and R sts. n.w., limit #4,1)00.
my 1 l-3t* 8. C. HILL, 8th and F.
W ANTED - TYPEWRITING, TYPEWRITING?
11 neat work; syntactical accuracy: low rates. F. 8.
ARNOLD, Stenographer and Typewriter, 3fl St. Cloud
Building. my 13-1 m*
WAX TKD?PARLOR FURNITURE UPHOL
ti stered; Mattresses made over, work done in a
neat and substantial manner: slip covers cut and
made, perfect tit guaranteed.. C. NELSON, 1223 Q
st. n.w. my0-12t*
ANTED?WASHING TO TAKE HOME. 457 N
st. n.w. It*
\JVANTED?TO PURCHASE, A SECOND BAND
li four seat Light Carriage or Phaeton of any good
Style. Address M li J., Star office. rnyl 3-.lt*
\Sf ASTED^FL LL CASH PRICES WILLBE PAID
ii for old gold and silver, or exchanged for new Jew
elry or solid silver ware, by 8. DLSlO. 439 nth st.
n.w . Room 4. myll-7t*
W ANTED?A CASH REGISTER. ADDRESS 1400
12th st myll-.t*
\V ANTE D-8ECOND-H AND BDOOY IN FIRST*
ii class repair; for cash , must be cheap. Address,
stating price. Box 2, (star office. myll-3t*
\V ANTED-H. BAt'M PAY8 THE HIGBE8T CASH
ii prices for second-hand Furniture, Carpets and
Feathers. Entire Households a siieclalty. Address
219 Tthst.s.w. myll
\\T A N T E D? FOR A GENTLEMAN'S USE A "GOOD
v i horse. souud, gentle and stylish. Address Box 8,
Star office. myll-3t*
V*r AN TED-1 WANT TO RENT FOR THEfsUM
11 mer s country plsce, furnished, on liue of rail
road, within half hour of city. Responsible aud care
ful. A'Mress, with full psrtirulsrs, 1HK PIANO EX
CHANGE, 913 I'a. ave., Washington. D C. myll-lm
\V ANTED-A STABLE IB CENTRAL LOCATION
v i for livery and boarding; business section of city;
give price aud particulars. Address LIVERY. Star
w ANTED-TESANT FOR TWO BEAUTIFUL
v v Rooms in the Atlantic building; well lighted and
ventilated. W ill sub-let at loss for balauce of lone
lease K G. DUBOIS, 715 11th st. mylO-St*
WANTED-GOOD PASTURE FOB LIMITED
number of horses: 10 mile* from city; terms,
$5 for pasture; stabled In day and fed to grain and
hay Hs protection from dies and sun burn, (8 per
month; reference. John A. Baker, 92614 La. ave.;
Rlch'd Smith, Webster law building; J. V. N. Huyck,
1505 Pa. ave. E. E. BERRY, Forestville, Md.
WANTED?IF YOU ARE SUFFERING WITH
bad Burlit or weak eyes, go to Bramhall, 807 14th
st. n w. H( has an exiierieuce of thirty-six years, aud
will test the eyes aud fit them with glasses properly.
lTescriptiou work a specialty. myl0-3t*
rANTED- RESPONSIBLE PARTY WILL PA8~
turs s few good horses for the summer at 82.50
per month; tine grass range, with water and shade;
every attention. Address.I. II., Star office. iny8-ttt*
W AN 1 ED-TRY bClilBNElt, BEST UUTTERIMK,
ii rolls and prints 20" pound. cooLing, l.">c. pound.
V> arranted uot to get strong or rancid (like butter
docs) for one mouth, or money refunded. Families
served at residences. tin-nil* univ at stalls 328,329
and 330 (decorated stall, middle of lish aisle.) Center
Market, and 14."> Northern Liberty Market, open
daily. WM. C. SCUIBNEK. luytt-liu
\v ANTED-DRESS CUTTING MADE EASY.
V 1 Madi: .ue W ushingtou's "Dress Cutting Scale." Inst
patented, enables every one to learn to cut all kinds of
garments readily and accurately. The system will be
taught, and the scale and a measure book furnished
for #?> Persons learning this system are immediately
placed in a position to earn good wages. Ladle* need
ing experience d hands can obtain them at the school at
anytime. 1223 F st. n.w. ni7-tlt*
\YANTED- H> USES ToTasTUHE AT GEN. E.F"
It Beale's stock farm, 7 miles from city. Address or
inquire of k. H 1.AFFKR1 V, Hay Scales, corner 10th
st. and Louisiana ave., city. ap2U-liu
\at anted-to buy for highest cash"price
li second-hand Furuiture.Carpets, Stoves, Feathers,
etc.; prompt attention to orders by mail or otherwise.
F. J EINSTEIN.
aplS-lm* 1009 B st. n.w., opposite hay scale.
\v ANTED - HORSES TO PASTURE - KEEPING
11 horses winter aud summer a specialty. Order
box stPr;ce's htables.311 Cthst. n.w ; iarmou7thst.
road, t> miles from city. 0. H- P CLARK, Sligo P. O.,
YV ANTED?STEAM CARPET CLEANING AND
li lienovaliufc' Works; Feathers Renovated, Mat
tietses Made Over, Furniture Steamed, and Moths Ds
urcuil. F H. YOUNGS, 1402 Pa.av.,lelepbous 1008-2.
\v ANTED-GOOD SECOND-HAND CLOTHING,
li guns, revolvers, old gold aud stiver, lor which
highest cash price* will be paid. Call LASKLY'S
Loan Office. 201 Pena. ave.. corner 2d st. n. w. my26
a RAKE CHANCE-FOB SALE A BUTTER, EGG,
i\ produce aud general merchandise store; best stand
in city , doing a ttue business; near Center market ;
will sell low. Address A. D., Star office, with full
SALE?A CENTRALLY-LOCATED BOOK
Bindery, or would take partner who has general
knowledge of the book-binding trade. Address BOOK
BINDER, Star office. It*
Business in distant city requiring my
attention, will dispose of lease and stock of best
located Livery Stable tu city, doing good business; 1
quite uumlier of regular boarders Oij'ortuuity sel
dom met with. Address R.s. W., Star office, my 13-6t*
1MJK BALE-DRUG STORE; WHOLE STOCK OR
part thereof; reasonable. Address Box 4, Star of
WANTED - PARTNER - ARCHITECT. WITH
11 small capital, to establish a business. Address
M. P. E., Star office. myll-3t*
PERSONS SEEKING INVESTMENT WILL DO
well tiicoiumuuicate witli usatouce. We can place
trout $1,000 to (lD.uOO on tirst-class Viiyiuia real es
tate at 7 per cent interest. JOHN E. FEBUEY k CO.,
Falls Church, Va. Washingtou Telephone connection;
call 707. myll-lr
RARE BUSINESS OPENING.
On account of my becoming a member of the lumber !
firm of Libbey, Bittinfer k Miller, Oth and New York
ave.. Washington, I will sell out to a successor my
Dry Gisxls Business in Georgetown, D. C. Established
23 years, A large trade with towu and country. In
perfect running order. Stock now reduced very low.
Only moderate capital required. To a live man taking
hold it is a splendid chance. To such an oue, who
would relet the store (which we own), we would sell at
a discount ou a new invoice of the stock and give easy
terms. It is a very rare chance.
myll-3t 3120 M it., Georgetown.
T.-'OR SALE-STOCK, FIXTURES, HORSE,WAGON, j
X and goixl will of grocery and provision store. One
of the oldest and best stands in northwest. Price I
42,000. A Jdre ss_" A J A X,tar office. iuyl0-3t*
T70R BALE OR TRADE?FOR CITY PROVEHT^f]
JL or farm near city, stock of gent's furnishings, fix
tures aud store; food stand. See A. BEHREN'D, 438 I
H st. n.w. niy!0-3t?
SPLENDID CHANCE TO SECURE A PAYING
53 business?Ice Crer.m, Confectionery and Soda, with
horse and wagon; good opportunity tor wholesaling.
Apply 18 7th st. n.e. myl0-3t*^
IXJR RENT, SALE, OR EXCHANGE-COLON- ]
nade Hotel, Atlantic City, N.i? newly painted, re
curtained ; tit) bedroom* furnished; steam heat, cc.;
rents for $3,000. Good investment, yielding over 14
iter cent for the last 5 years. Apply at Hotel, or J. C.
Rives, 1408 H st. n.w. my9-lw*
I TOR SALE?TAKOMA PARK, BUSINESS LOT,
near station, adjoining one of the grocery stores.
Takoma Park wants a dry goods and notion store, a
boot aud shoe store, and s tin and hardware store.
LEWIS 4 HE ATOM. 629 F st. n.w.
Branch office near station, Takouia Park. myO-tjt*
AN OLD ESTABLISHED GROCERY FOR SALE I
to an immediate purchaser; rare chauce for party
with small capital; satisfactory reasons given for sell
ing. Apply at 1017 12th st. n.w. iny9-Ut
1~5or sale?at a great SACRIFICE-STOCK,
' fixtures, and good will of a long-established store;
groceries, hardware, paints, oils and varnish, notions,
kc.: owner about tu leave the city: uo reasonably oiler
refused. Call between 10 a.m. and 3 pun. daily. 1201
4H St. s.w. my84 m
ViTANTKD-BY A WELL-KNOWN BUSINESS MAN
of over 25 yesrs' experience In this city and now
responsibly occupied from 9 to 8 daily, a position of |
trust with souie party or estate needing thecoiittden
tial service of a thorough, reliable and responsible busi
ness man; capital furnbhed If necessary; best of refer
ences. Address Box 82, Star office. uiy8-(5t
UNCH BOOM FOB SALE, DOING GOOD BUBI- ,
uess. to the right _party ;i*a*j t?rni?; satisfactory I
\VM. J. LATIMER, SURVEYOR AND CIVIL EMGI
11 neer. Address 119 Harrison St., Anacostia, D. 0.
Special attention to subdivision of suburban prop
UrnUt WORLD DO MOVE."--REMEMBER THE |
X "Terrestrial Clock^ RAMSAY has cut ths
prices; watches cleaned, *1; first-class main-springs,
warranted one year, <1; all clock and Jewelry work at
the lowest prices in the city; we dely competition.
1224 F St. n.w. ni-Sa
Two miles this slds of Bockvllls, on ths Metropolitan
Branch B. and O. & R. myl3-2t I
mo LEASE - WOODLEY, OX WOODLEY LANS,
X fifteen minute*' drive from Boundary, with furni
ture ready for occupancy; heater,rang* and hot
cold water; has first-class barn aud carnage hoc
with cottage for gardener; excellent pasturage,
complete outfit at farming utensils can be leased with
For other Information apply on the premises or to |
CRANE. PARR1S * CO., Banker*, Ebbltt House.
FJU SALE?AT BBANCHVILLX HEIGHTS, O* I
Washington branch B and O., 9 miles from Wash
ington: beautifully located lota immediately at sta
tion, at from S150 to *300 per lot; *25 cash, balance
? W&SSgfiSi ?^ua^e2S<" 1
F5JL, *B^,T_nJc>euoht''t"llt pleasant
m ? Pnvatr family, at 1340 1 at. n.
to'L^nSii. i^r*; ?t timnt^r nti*. ?p*ctal redncuou
toyentlfmea; fefcrcnort eichinyM. mylS^it*
?*LT FlRSISHtI> FRONT
HOW month Board If <W
myl3-5f? ***** S * m' ?15 Columtea St. *. w
. lowA CIRCLE. ALL OF ??
ir,^?2_hn"" e*ctrt two roon:? ? unfurnished or
FS,R KKWT-HAii BOOM. SECOND FLOOR. N09
??- 9th at n. w. ____ niyl3-.1t*
F(J1?.??,N*T-at 8 ST. N W . FOUR UNFUB
?..?."*?*?_ comm?hrMpg room*, on serond floor.
Bath and gas, summer nut*. myl3 2t*
P2* t ST. N.W_, TWO ELEGANT
A, * ?( on *?"?? and second floor*. suit
5li * dnb "* ?*ntlem?p: rented In auit* or sin
"5J-! ?*?*eineDCt and oomfort. m? 13-31?
F^lw.E5?T~BEvAUTircL 'TT?i"***D. uoht;
."^..i?/00"^ *ith gaa. $10; bouse U new. sttractive,
FV8 MT- mtif furnished front
?* U??>t hvUeekeeping ;I de
mjr9-tit* Hth at b.w. Car* pass the door.
F^i?^ShZ-AiT I4"1. ? PT' ooou delight:
far y "n?*h?a room* en anlte. suitable
illownll ?/?<?"*' *? ?m*le rooma for gentlemen
?fowmeajor the aunuiier myl.'t-Ct*
tral'J^.E^i? ^ "'th kitchen; location ?m
*rai, rooma ulea&n.t- rn??r uatM.u*.^ club, vuxii
o?, "? uuum, wiiq a lion*-a ? i<
?ta. n w.
F??.RENT?303 E 8T. N. W., 3 LARGE PNFUB
Jil^w7^^i2lt,,nr p*rl"r floor-in 1 "<"*
encI2f'r??iT^fLf^^^?i\Jor 1 fcoitsekeeping. refer
encea required. no children. at summer ratee.niyl 1-3*
F2!fh?.Ii!!LT_]TH!i?;E.\I:%Y l>Lt-A8AN T~ BOOMS
with law closets and back porch, on the 2d floor
nochigren taken. 1114 lOthatjFW. mflJtF
Fob, bent-fubnish ed rooms on first
ai;d aecouil floor*; reference* required. 728 13th
?: w: my 1l-2t*
FOB BENT-ENTIRE THIRD FLOOR 1410 P W.
four nice unfurnished room*. water and bath on
?jcond floor, rent #12. Inquire' at ator?l504 14th
?l_u wi_ mylVSl*
For rent?cheap for foub months faIT
*vx)r ? two or three rooma above. dining-room
OT *ei.'?r*tely . unfurnished. or
partly furnished if desired. C.44 L it, n. w. mylTft*
Fob mnt-nicely fubkihhep fbobt
room, with folding bed. on 2d floor, 11 ii per mouth:
**n" fl?or,,?S; reterencea exchanged;
transieuta accommodated. 712 11th ?t. n.w. my 112'
IjHm RKNT-FrRMSHED ROOM, SECOND FLOOR,
auitable for one or more, *B.5o , other* eu auito or
I!2? "\J*,r, y or unfuruikht'd. cueap, b.?rd if de
i?; location good. 225 L ?t. n.w. myll-2t*
Ii,^,!i?M7E^E^->T RO'MS TOR SUMMER AT
redui-ed prices: alngle aud eu auite. W13 M ot. n.w
FPK RENT-IM? MAS8. AVE., TWO NICELY
?V hea McBhdHitory communicating rouiua
aoutheni expoaure. u,yl j ,;<t?1
F??RE N'T-ROOMH ATW1H-H20 15TH "htTn 7\V^
overluokin* McPhernon aquare. Choice ublt in
* Joo1'1; ur*t floor; auite on second at reaaouable
. "i2?ne BUlt? uf parlors auitai.le tor
PDrneiana office. Caterer, meala #lo 1102 New
Fnn,^,?Jz,TT? OIi THREE FLRNISHED^OB
uufnrnished pleaaant rooms for light hou?<"keei.
"W or bed rooma. Apply at 302 t at. n.w. myl 1 3f
F!^1iSNT7>itAli I>lPONT CIRCLE-VERY
large aecoiid-atory front room with ruomcommu
uicmtlug handsomely furnished, with ttrat-claaa board
ITI' Si f*n'llT- MricUy flrst class. WEST END,"
| Pwowca. myll-2t*
Ft^,?ntJfT ~ SICELX -FTBNISHED LARGE
front room; on second floor, also one furnished
VT*. ; ,ululuer relareucea exchaiigod.
1324Oat, n.w. myll-2t*
?pOR KENT?ROOMS ON FIKHT FXOoK; FUR!
lushed or liiifunu-hed; suitable for housekeeping
delightful for buiamtr, aiao baaeiiu'iit r\.K>ms'
J^-ci.t-uw- myl 1-34*
I^OU RENT?HASD80MELY-FUBNISHED SEC
oud story front room, \ritu alcove, bay window,
PIi nionth; room adjoiuiug, bs< k. overlooking
O i . ' ?10 ? convenient to car*. everything new. 111
? *t ? e myll-3t*
FiK,iRyT7BY MAY 15' FITRSISHED BOOMS.
?ith board, at summer ratM. 1321 N at nw
corner Vt. avc. and N. myll -3t*
B?Ay".iTtJL.RO0Ms. SINOLEOR ES
? Private family: furnished, large double
corner house aouth and east front, open flre-pl?-e? m
every room; references ri quired .1101 K n.w.ap9-32*
IJHjR RENT?ON THE HEltiHT8~OF^JEOBOE^
X town, three rooma, with board: one on Iir*t floor,
two ou second floor, location is pleaaaut, with lurrt
groiinda: two aquarfs from F at. <?rs tor further
10 29th at., Goorgetowii.
U1J J U-Jt
TP?ril1m?^Tr134,?i .Q? ,HTi. FI KNISHKD
U ,e. board> at Ter> tnoderaie
? r^^rencee exchanKed. mylU-3t*
RE>T- NK. ElY fCRNISHED BOOM8, (JEO
.. V - ?oora. bay-window house. private
V^IvKrt .U W' A1*?.''?ck bed-room ilO per
month. 1303 F st. n.w. mj <-?t*
Fobbent-thbee cheerful communicate
mg rooma ou second floor, east, aouth. and wast
exposure; bath-room on aaine floor, hot aud cold
mylO-St* UCe; ,4BuJy prlvaUi- kOb 22dat. u.w.
FV" "ENT?FURN1SHED OB CNFUBNT8HED
on seiuiid or third tluor, room* In urv houae. oc
cupicd by owner; references required. lt>26 14tLat
n.w., corner of Oercoran. my 10-.'it*
FOR RENT?1117 I ST. N. W., LAROK AIRY
JyTaSf* f pnca,; Wltb or *lthout board.
I^OR RENT?19 IOWA CIRCLE?THREE COM.
rooms, with privste bath, second floor, and two
I com. rooms, third floor, fur. Thoae having cLiidrati or
| aenranta uewl^otapply. Ref exchang^ff uly/i lm
! Fon,i1112 U 'ST' N' w - LABOE SEC
jfir ? 7 !r?nt r^"1- '?UltaV.lo for one or two gau
?t 1205 F at. n.w. ApMtofgtor*.^
wNJ-??CQ - STORE AND DWELLINQ,
OaoimtoJl ' n Market and Frederick sis.,
I^Olt BENT-A COBNER STORE, SUITABLE FOB
cor,Troftt^^dVM^.n.w^rOCtry tu'lneM- ?ltu?tMl
mylS-lw A. P. HILL * OO.
Fob bent-eleoant store and office
rooms in ^ Fleming Building, 1419 G at. n. w ?
Fob bent?large store, 7os o st n w
Water and g*?. T/^ NASH. tlO 0 .t.myli.3t*
FOR BENT-A FINE boot AND SHOE STORE
or Furnishing Store.
1n, PITNEY * BRADFOBD,
myBaOt 1305 F atreet n.w.
JMoU^ 14th at. u w.; dweiiiay contains S room? ami
?"i'.S unj* ?!?'?? Stable jn roar:price for whole,
*!?S??r month- WASH'N DANEN HOW EK,
1115 F at. n w.
P5B BENT-two COMMUNICATING OFFICE
Rooma, with private toilet, flrst floor, 14o7 F' at
n.w.: excellent location lor attorney; $26 per month.
Apply to JOHN SHEBM AN * CO. nfyl 13t
FOR RENT-BASEMENT. 1308 PENNA AVe!
n. w.; aouth aide. ? 1 o per month. myl l-3t
Fob bent-a teby desirable officFoS
flr?t floor at 130, Fat u.w.
aplU-24t* TYLER A BUTHEBFOBD.
Fft KtNT-ELEGANT OFFICES, 18T FLOOBr
1310 F at. Apply W. BILbY DEEBLE,
For hent-bbick stable with thbee
stalls. 1407 New York ave. my!3-3t*
of tliethnest riding and driviug horse m the city
_io a ilrur for rent. Addreaa Box 132 Star Office
Ii,0R.lE5T~AN ?bP E8TABLISHED WOOD AND
coal Yard, corner 10th and V ata., scales, stables.
PAWN TICKETS?PEBSONS WI8HINO TO 8ELL
their pawn tickets, addreaa J. B. MORRON. Star
omce; all communications confldeuiial. myl 3-2t*
Wlli THE OENTLEMAN DRESSED IN LIGHT,
w?? driving^ sand the add rasa to the lady he
spoxe to ou 0th andF, Saturday at 5 p.m. "2/e "
a tar office.
IN ANSWEB TO FOUND IN SATURDAY'S STAB
on Morning of 8th lnat.. In Center Market, near 2d
?ud 3d stalls 111 northeast Corner, ItoaTa bill
}_l MISS ELlLlS, 228 2d stTn.w.
rpHE LATE8T FAD
X $30 for? 18.
^ Plain and Wide Wale
Black aud Bine CheviotiL
Suits to order. $18.
Other* aak $30.
. . . Fit and work guaranteed', or no sale.
Tll-lw STBA8BUBGEB * SON. 11 l2F?t
4 BEFINED YOUNQ WIDOW W0ULd"uke>0
r,,HE ONLY AUTHOBIZED FBIVATE DETEO
A thj racy. WM. WILLIAMS, GEO. W. McEL
FRE8H. Communications jToiuvily attended to ^
INDEPENDENT DETECTIVE AGENCY AND BU
reau or Inxormation. Communicationa Dromotlv
attended to. Ail bualueaa strictly txiLhaenual. Con
snltatlon room stnctlyjurlvate. Special attention to
4.m. to 11 p.m. myl-lm*
^16-1.. ^ V
?old at reapectahla pneaa. Addniaa or ealTstBlSl> ^
5K _ _
m. Vaotenr Soft Water at ?.w.
FOR SALE -LOTS.
lac to twilJ ? birii some rlmtf Lots in on* ai tl?
most fashionable nrirf.boHi?xl> in Uie WW Kul
S*U-m* BrtUMNU LOT OS WK'TH
' V *t , n?*r 1 Sth. "rtt' fl ft.. *?t(T ?i? ???r
?onn.ct n< made outside wnll.frmt and twn in
re*r.r -"diuv.<om*ut. l;t(M v *t. m> l.;-(??? _
1>>B UU- LOT* !l", S??QB M FEET FRONT,
r wUl?W far buildiag. lrt Todd * Hr. ?? \.'* ?ut>
dlvlskm. juot west ot 7th-*t nrt. st inc. end -'Or. p*r
toot. Oue earner Lot. 5?ml :V4, >i
myll-S* OEO. F iiKAHkM. 1503 Pa. ?*? _ |
IJ*OR HALE-IMPORTABT TO PERSONS WISH
lug to baild-w* h*v
? mirt . _ . _
CABUSI. EVANS * CAKl HI
*yii-? . i~?r*t j
1>>B SALE CHEAPEST PROPEBTY OX MERI
F di?li Hill. S2f |Kf (pot Ia>U 27 ?iwt 2K. Bl<? k 10,
adyotuii.ft se, rvtary b.sine's pun ha?e. Address
OWNER. 1450 c ha pin at myll-Xf
IJ*OK SALE?ON AN AVVMI SO* BEING
paved. s froLta*? of 150 feet, no weste. very wide
partiwr. S or 7 build ilk 'lUt (0.281
Resuuful fronts*, of UJ fact on s newly i
street northeast. 7. c.
For other tanrtuu call at otter
myll-:tt JoHK O j< >HN*SOS. PM T it_
UOK SALE - I AM AUTHORISED TO 8E1X A '
J1 very da?irahl* lot on Ext Capitoljt. Wliwii 0th
an ! 7th. st( 1.40 per s*. ft DAVID D STOKE.
myll-3t HQt) F at B.w._ ]
-WILL BELL OR PUT~IS TRADE FOB 1
1 nortiiwe*t or nortfcesst.
. _ . ' ft.. onDst. as.. ver> near
to lYovtdeucs Hospital Offered at a low price if
taken at ones. HILL A JOHNSON',
myl 1 3t 15o3 Pa. it* h ?.
Fob sale-will sell or
Improved property in the noi
a moit desirable lot. 25*110 ft
P>B SALE - THREE BFAl'TIFVL BUILDING
Lota, on acorner. each 2I*'Mi ft., on North Capi
tol at , net. M and the Electric ran* >y. sla several
shallow Lota en M at. bet. Hoi tli Capitol and lit n .w .
aaay terms it dfaired. Apply to JOHN sHEl.vt AX h
CO , 1407 Fat. u.w. my 11 -3t
FIB 8ALE?LOT 4. BLOCK SI. COLUMBIA
HeLrhts. north aid* Roanoke at. near i:tth at.,
lot 50*1.SO; 75c. par toot. For terms Ac. apt ly to
H. B. LATIMER. 11th and Puma) 1 vsnia ava.my 11 -?K
P>B SALE?LOTS?P ST. BET. 5TH AXK 61 li >
* . per foot, ? 1.50. cor. 13th and W, per foiH,
41. cor. 14th and Keneaaw. per ft., tt.V . 4tn. near P
at. t?r ft., 75c.; 13th, near Princeton - t , i?r ft. 35c.
my 11 -3t* A s OAYWOOD, HJ.T i?th ?t u ?
F~ OR SALE-THREE LOTS, EACH MUfl To
alley, on O at., hetween l?t and ."-M. at a! 1 40 per
foot If taken at once. Apply lo J. T. DYEK.
ntyll-3t 1304 F at. B.w.
For HALE-a OOOD 1X)T OI? B ST. A ooon
ixiruar lot, 4)4 anil O ata. a. w , H?i' uer foot. L?t
on 4)?. between M and X ata., 25 by 130; C.V. Lot oa
4)4 at., bet. O and H a w., 20 t>ylW, f 1 per foot.
IUJ11-3T C. H. PARKER. 4)4 and E ?t? a w .
FmSALV CHOICE LOTS ON MASSACHVHF.TTS
are. (Helalr HtUflita) at $1 l?r f.*>t, an<l on Water
Side Drue at 50c. BIN J. P DAMS,
myl l ilt* ______ 13ltf t* at.
FOR SALP.-CORXI R I.oT. lMtlMCEKTHAL
ave> and Eric at . M> ndian Kill. hiarh KTvuud. view
ot tlie city: 45c. per foot.
myll-3tl BEX J. P. DAVIS, 1311?F*t.
IM>R SALE?IN THE CENTER OF THE < ITV A
I lartre Ii?t. withliiiproveau nt pa)inv uo* 0j>erceut
on 410.000. a Hiuall outlay would increaaa tlie return
to double. Will sell?wttlan the prva< nt month?for
?10,000, on urn) ternia. Addreaa Bo* 111, Star of
~jH^R SALE-A CHANCE FOR Sl>ECTLATION\
lot frontmir t>3 ft. on the aoutti aide of T at., uear
Se* Hampanire a\e rui,niutc tliroucli w ilreiron ave ,
to an immediate purchaaer ? I |? r ag. ft., w-urtli f l."&:
thla lot w 111 aiibdmde nu-ely and <ui be w..d ata ptvflt.
myll-3t DAVIDJO. STOKE. HOtiFat n w
1?OR 8ALE?LX>T 37XH.S.?. ON D ST.. SEAR N.
J ave a e . dcairabla neirtitv>rhv>.<l, |>la<-e for two
houxea; cheap. J. 11. OHAY k < O..
iuyll-6t 037 Fat.
IFOR SALE-R. I. AVE BET.ttTH AND 7TH?LOT
? oiitiiiniuir 6,150 aq. ft., improved by frame hou?ea
relituuf for ? ?0 |H-r ino. lTici tU-HKi. CAVWOOK A
OAKRETT, ISthaudS. Y. ave. niyll .tt*?
I^Olt sale-TO Bl ILDEKs AND ISVEsl ol;s - ]
I will **11. cheaj'. tu block* or atUk'ly. the moat ei-o
Domical lota lu the be^t improved a?juar? aq north
east. W. E. BCRFORD, l42'i X. Y. ave. ?p00-4w*
FOR SALE-LOTS IN WAGOAMAN AM) RI
dout'a addition to the city of Waahiiurton. formerly
called \) oodley Park. Thla property >? aituatt at the
terminus of Connecticut ave eatended. and adjoina
Kalorau.s Heltrhta, the new bridirr and the ?>?rk dnve,
and near by the projoaed Zot.lo?ricjil (rardena An elec
tric road will be constructed, a ? barter bavinir already
been obtained from Co uteres v Specivl prUea to peo
ple of prominence who will build line botue*.
Call lor plat, also bulletin of ckt ar proj- rty.
JSO. t. WAOOAM A N,
myl0-3tn Too 14th at.
1~^OR SALE-ONLY ?S00, ON EASY TERMS. A
lot voxloo to alley, aor'bweat mx tion f ? it> . ^
BLhHNEI.L A < Ahl sl,
myl0-5t 10M Fat. n w.
(?.'OR SALE?O 8T, NEAR Dri-OST LTI.CLE. TWO
Lota, 20 by 100 each, one lot cotituini' a (rood
eivht-room hoaae, which rent* tor 440 i?*r mouth,
t.'t pet foot. A P FARDOS. 13L'ti T at myl0-3t
"IM'R SALE-LOT 100 FEET FitoNT, ttO FLET
deep, S at., near 1st at. and New ) ork ave. n.w.;
SO centa. Binney at., near 14th at.. 50_ceut*.
Superior ave., near lOth at.. Meridian Uill, 35 rente.
Chumpluiu ave.; 30 ceuta. Ontario ave.; 35 at.il 40
cents. The flneat larire tiuildiug site near Senator
Henderaon), Meridian Hill; <1. Very deMtwble Lota
on V) aahinirtoii Hriirhte and vicinity, at reaaouaMe
prtres. aTV FAItDON. 13'-'6 F st! myl 0-3t
F^HIR SA!' TWO LOTS NORTHEAST, SOI IH
front, on VTSile . within three sguaie? of the capl
tol; only 70 centa par aauare foot, if takes soon.
McLACHLEN A BATCHKLDER. 1^15 F at u. w.
Maasactiasetts ave., adjoinln# Kalorama.
Lots 50 feet front, running to 15-foot alley; (1.10
Intersection of Maaaarhuaetts and California (T St.)
avenue*. 41.50 per loot
W. RILEY DF.EBLE.
niyl0-3t 13IM Fat^
For half, a front of so feet on north
A ?t , near 7th, with depth of 5fl't*100 laeUwith
Br.ck and Frame* rented at (40 per month. a ii:g bar
irain to a quick Luyer. CHAS. A. SHIELDS, luoti F
at. n.w. my!0-3t
I" .?"OR SALE?
To all who want to buy a Lot or House, alwaya ret
my New Bulletin before purchasing. You will had it
will pay you.
8. C. HILL.
myS-lw* Sth and 1 ata n w.
I~V)R SALE?A TBIANOLE IN N.E. CONTAINING
F 22.01H) aq. It.; will subdivide splendidly for IS
houses, no lost ground. cheap and easy terms
my7-bt J. H. GRAY * CO.,?37 Fat
IFOR SALE?MOST DESIRABLE LOT ON 151 H
street, uear O n.w.. aiu, 21.3*1 OS; party walls
available; banraln if bony hi at once.
ntyT -fit I. H. PRAY A OO . ?37 F at.
JR SALE-DESIRABLE Bl ILDIXtl LOT. 221-0
*101, Just oft of Mass. ave., and fronting Ealo
rams; price (3.3U0. DLLAXV A V)HI UNO,
_myi-2w 1320 F St.
Fm "OR SALE?60 LOTS IN "EAIRVIEW" BE
tween Erkineton and National Fair if rounds, 25*
100 and 25*120. from 1150to ?;W0each. eaay terms.
This subdivision l* on tnc line of improvementa and
affords an opportunity for investment. ForpUta and
information apply to RUST A Hl*XGERFi.iRD.
my3-to24 ?24 14th st. u.w.
1~U?0RESALE?WE OFFEB SOME CHOICE BAR
vain* in lota on 10th street, New Hanipsldre ate ,
1 Sth St., Rst.. Sst.,21st st. uearN, 50*100, V'uiveislty
Park. Roanoke St.. Columbia Hehrhta. Lamer Heiffhta,
Meridian Hill, Wsahinrton Heights. 1
JAMES A BATFS * CO..
?p20-lm 1407 Fat, n.w.
1 8.000 FEET OF OBOCKD; _
New Hampshire ave, 25th and H ata., will make
twelve or more lota of not less thau 1> feet fryritatfe.
aplO FRANK B. OOXGER, 1415 Fat
I>OR~ SALE- ?
1 THAT SPLENDID LOT
on soutbeaat corner New Hanipehlr* ave and Rst. at
?3 per foot InANK B CONGER.
ap!6 1415 F st
FIB SALE - VEBY DESIRABLE LOTS IN MT.
Pleasant and Meridian Hill. Alao Lots corner of V
and 17th St., (1 and (1.25 per foot. These Lots are
all appreciating lu value, aud will be profitable as in
veatment. J R. HERTFORD. 1423<4FsU ap20-lm
?OR SALE?COLV'MBIA HEIGHTS?
_ We have corner and other desirable Lots for sale In
different locations u! Columbia HeiirhU. Headquar
ters on lowest prices. m. iL Parker.
mhltt-2m 141s F st.
WANTED?FOLR BOARDERS; OOOD TABLE:
pleasant rooms; low rate*, four line* of cars.
523 N J ave. n.w. myl l-3f
fJAHE ELsMERE, 140S H ST.
Special summer rates. Two persons orcnrjlnr **me
room. myi)-1 m*
Rooms and first-class table board in
a most desirable neighborhood; convenient to
car* and departments; private baths ? reference*.
ap20-lm 1405 H st. n.w,
HE" WEBSTER, 613 13TH ST. N.W.. SIGHT
seers' horn*: central to all points of Interest. new
furniture. elegant rooms, with board. (6 to (10. per
dsy, (1 to (2. J. ADeWIIT, Prop. Jal4-0iag
AATANTED?COL'NTRY BOARDERS; PLEASANT
v v location; large rooms, ample shade; one tulle
from Knowles' station, on Metropolitan Branrh rail
road. Apply to L. W. WELLLR. Wheaton. Mont
iromery county. Mil. myl3-mw-* 3t*
TJOARDCAN BE HAD AT MISS MERCY A TAY
J ? tor's, at Purcellville, Va,, about o minute*' walk
from the station on the W. W. O. railroad, at very
reasonable terms myl3-3t*
FIR8T-CLAS8 BOARDING HOUSE. PLEASANTLY
located for summer boarders. Addieas Mrs. Y
JENNINGS, Warrenton, Va myll-lw
1'MMER BOARDERS WAN'TED-MONT VIEl*
hotel, Frout Royal. Va. Wltlun tour hour* of
Waahiugtou. commodious buildia*. shady vn
fruit abundant aosnery beautifulbass flanlng Una.
Write for particulars. JOHN F. STIXSON. Prop.
LAWNDALE NOW OPEN. MRS. E COX. FRED
erick, Md. Send for circular. myll-?t^_
A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OBTWOGENTLE
iV man can be acoommodatsd with pleasant room and
board lu private family . Anacoatia; lawn, shade, es
SOMERSET?*TTH ALL COl'NTRY PLEASURES;
best of summer board?will be opsn to guest*, rsf
arsncss given aad required. Mas. WM. E. MOM
CUBE, Richland, Stafford Co.. Va. myl0-3f
T>OB RENT-PLEASANT PLACE NINE MILES
F from Oeorpetown. delightful wster, abundance ot
shade, good pasture and i?s of now. rent (8 per
month. Address FABMEB, Star o?ea. mylQ-??*
JB BENT-TWO FUBNISHED OOTTAOE8, AND
Boarde t c tAsEERj
myl0-3t* Oakland. Garrett County, Md.
CJUMMEB BOARD CAN BE "WAINEDAT UN
FOR SALE ?MISCELLANEOUS
TJH)K SALE ?Ol'K HTOI'K OK M'KINU AXI) 8fl(.
.T uier camaifai. full and oumplala Ua ahow atylca
that are correct and eaciuaive our for fkrat
claaa wurk are *er> )itti< I urlirr, U an). I ban what io?
pay for inferior work elaratu-re. II tou '<>ti temple la
purchaainr *t would br plraa-d w> a bow yo? tkt brat
aaaortuieut ot carriage. in tb< city.
iplV-lm _ J12lu4M Hlaitmt
1~X?B8ALK-\ AKN1HHH> *A>? N(- ? AKPLVIbC
furniture, milk, and feed watrona. alao platform
?l-ruw waruua. cimax and Unarm. 'J atayaa, J
apnntf carta, and 1 |vui cart, on ea?y ivyit.e nta
JOHN i. OOOk. J-Ai M at..
?Vt-kl ? iahlurt?k
In mtea Oamare Buy era toeumiaa hla Unrr atuokaf
New and v.tbdbaud > elite lea of AU St) In. at hu
Maw Bepoaltory, 47V and 4*1 C at n w.,
mh.'to-ltiu Bear of WattuaaJ Hotel
JOHN M. YOl'VO
I.VIK HALE-THE -OTTO" OAK ENUINI
quirva no boiler. avoid* ali eipenaive alien
no loaa of tunc. no tian.li inr ol foal. Hand for circular
and pnoa bat. I) BALLACr. ATU 7*1 Tlkat ?ia
LOCE ISLAND. H I HOTEL MAMKhKS^
Fifteen milea at a*a; delurbtful climate. aui*-rb
balbia*. UD* blut tMfciar. dally boat*. |?-rl? t drain
M; cable, iraa. ejectnr ball. Our Inu.le hall, nru??
nade 5<XJ leaf Prloae raaaonaliie. Mend for ham' book,
o. b HARDEN (let- Ooean\ iew,. Prop C. t BKoW\7
ar. 4a Bowdoic at. boatou. mylk-eoBBa
MONTEBEY HOTEL, MONTEBEY SI'KiNOH
Btu. htdire Kiimmlt, Pa. <muJi M j; ,?
Ikneat naovt of the Blua Eida* Mountain. ?itb ;ta
larv> roomy pore be* , ud avtlUarj toUm tyiaoal <4
aouthern raeurta la no* the mat attra-t|. n. B'.tuat>4
on Uw auniaut of
la now tba jfraat attract). >n. B! t uat<3
the Blur Elder M uitaina. Ma*ni
?Jadin# a nam at ha ttrttyibut
0 AO.NIE.T1 n
F?.?ly IVtTiOu.V Kl '> ?'?? *? ME
>?irl pan- i. **??>' Plat*. rtxtuaml .??*?
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Matoaaa aninjU aio , a a. .ltdL'i of
for an j ti?. xauid. kind and tr.T^ J?1* b..n?.?u,t?d
attkuul ijiiyf ana n . i?. il ; y?*ara old. atan.ui
Mi* bora.-1 y ..arx (,|(. , ? ?"?1 a arnall banA> ,ln\ -
b? ladle. ttTTlLTl'J?aT*."* - A<?. Ua- Usi uawl
<uv>.a?taMtwk i?i ! ,arr>
?fooa aid.-bar ?i7l,nrfi i^** luadr Ikrtu,
?ojtMc barnraa "'?rh^.u\jT}?XL_ ?j?"? 1 b?*t? -n . ^
acta ainiflt- bin^r, Aan,^l t7, Vr r" w*??i liaruaaa^
order. lmi> r?IJ?H IuunI-mumIc, in i? r?^
Art- tin* jTuiK-rti of m ^ ^'CWfttt.
U>? di?uut nt>, Allj tiw?ir rv?jdcijc*
i^r all miorukiuuhViii ^ JZA" " ***** rlo. ?
raaidaaur, *t P^aw.ubla.
F^^.^?.k"tT-TME CAPIToL t.Klci
2 ?? Plied MU
crnucry and billd!*,^!
^4ii.OiK? urn* L * ^ 4 V L r ?ilu?. ? u* ilf
|?iior cU> t itii^rdiuifi ?*f,?^ al,uul 4,0 of ?u.
?u win ba J.
Addi??. i, ?? CLAkk, wao sc. c,or
niylo-4t* TlirTit'a. U
? ris" VaT ^-jarrr* .k t" ^ **<>**
tor. ai'l udid bargain oua uo^ru-^^'V UU '?**
Uuii fret; to Imnuuer. qonrter tburou^L ujntru>
_ Tbr Laadi^^.yft*gJ*C"^*i"fc Ml 3 P. avr
F^5uhA.^r?dKtar^Vr:NI> MA>ir ' ' h,u"
Fear. ot,c uice a.,x,,,lorma
Wri4-;Hut00 *L'KLU * IT**4*
ordar, aitb pv.ir ur i J ? ,IJ n>>i^iaaa
uoi Bi.?i a?S?^^?v
Obd luutd. from tin ?ii!aj,!^} ?nd a*.
alao llainia. and t,,r ? 1 ?*?'*'? Job;
ttkkttt. 400 1^^^^ <* ?? tiuir <1r:
.''OK SALt. - i Hi. YACUX 11J.A TKFAl'WLLL.
On luapcction at Navy ior i
Apply to JoHN L'MPLKBY.
mr'-fit* Nat) larl
I^OKSALt-AN ILttiANT ho-rWc'HI IMIt.dT
i iam . irood aa in t. fully ?aira:ii?o for <liia;
Uue atooi andcovcriucludad. Atvi. L. A ILL* l?K< ???..
70^ 7tb at. n.w. m> 4--w*
Actual banraintin a miuiber of alVbtlt'-uaed Piauoa
bd t'nraUa. iu i^*r1act order. Bold on Co i'a> luanta.
my4-tol.J I <i. BUI IH.V.'.'j Pa. a?a.
vuk sale - ran i vt matm a ithe
M7 Uneat U| nrbt ilanoa to fi batiare for autiftfta
pianoaasd ^ w?iia. tortna to auit buyar. lHt PIANO
LX?. H ANUL. the loadiii* piauo liouae, Bid Pa ara
*.'1111 >AL fc-W'O SoaTM, ALL BTTLEit. Jio xi?
CUHBEBLAXb BOAT HOFBE,
mylt-itw Foot of 1 at. tt w.
1^>oB MALE-OB EXCHANGE AT 1HL HOBHE AMD
r Carnatrr liaxaar. WD La at a. tb- larval and moat
coniplrta atock of n*-* and awond band rit?uaion-to|>
Cai riaaaa. top and uo top huirira, Juiui -auat Cat natraa.
Park l'bactoua.I'oupr Botkawaya, Victoria*. 1.^tor'a
1'bartona. top and bo top Bujrtae., h|x" d.tiif VNairoua,
k>?d Carta, fancy Lrliver) Uairona Buk ^aa -ua,
Oioccr'a. Lapriaa and i artn Mitrona. Varniabaa
Watrouaaud \?aaoucit?a. i uil atock aiao of llarnr?i
ot ?vt ry ileanfUou at rraaottablu i>rlcea and uu tba
n. at liberal U-riua.
Hole ain-ut for lh?- < '. urt land Wa<n>ii*
tine CarriaiCea, Bu^ifiaa and bi?n na vt a^ortf
aiC4-lm b. BEXMWOEE.
FOB tiALE?UKEAT KEUl'CTIOM IN PBICEb IO
retluca my atock ut bua'tnea. El.-lop I'lux-uiua
tit -Top hurrr) a, Cut-l'iidcr hurmj a. Caiiop) I up
rurrcy.. - and d bprnur PliacUiUa, Biniatur l'lm> loua,
Vtrtoriaa. ikictor l'bactoua a apt. talt> . and blly dif
ferent kind* of buaiiit w aatrotia and tiucka. *?>!? afreut
for the Columbu* Buirtry Co- vabbiaa no trouble to
alio* work ?briber you buy or not. J k. I'KoliKY,
cor.tftnalid N Y. at and |8H ItM *t n a a| -'il'oje*
1XJB HALK-OVEU H0? CAl.ltlA'?l v M tt AND
avioud-band?fr>iu ttie l.-at maker, lamlaua,
Cootiea. Uroutrbam., Victonaa. 1 -Caru. \ tila?> < aria,
l>er[>y and Eemut?rtoii Hatroua, isua-aiev I'na. i na
WaKoliettva and iiabt Uuacbea Ao-1 . a larve Una u?
One biiruea.. hpa-ial prtcra to the trade.
Notice?Pnvate laiuiUsa. deairoua ot aitber buying or
a?lluty tuinouta, will ond it to tbeir adtantaire to call
on uie. a* my fa< lllti<-a tor tbe purcbaai and aale of
Horaea. Carruanw. Hariwaa. *c? are am?JimI*, and
my birtiiK. aublin/ and >Uira?re facnttiea are una
uuiklad by any eeiabliabiueat tn tula country. WE f.
DOWNEY. lti'JOLal. u.*., Mauulacturer'a Ajfl
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