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SOCIAL MATTERS.
Mr*. WlBdom'i Informal Reception
terdisy.?Personal Note*.
Mia* Tillie Frelinghuysen la to be married
thia Afternoon at the family residence in New
ark. N. J., to H. W. Greer.
Word has been received here that Dr. Frank
M. Hlllver. son of C. J. Hillyer. of this city, and
Misi Adele Douglas Smith, of Columbus. Ohio,
were married in New York on Tuesday.
Mrs. Wiudom held another of her charming
informal reception* yesterday afternoon in the
beautiful house on Dupont circle that the Sec
retary's family is now occupying. Mis* Win
dom pleasantly assisted her mother in the late
afternoon in greeting the many callers, among
whom ware Mrs. and Mw Evart*. Mrs. ana
Miss Kelly. Mr*. Orange Ferris, Mrs. J. M.
Wilson, Mia* Waller and Mrs. Brainerd.
Mias Hatch, who is Mrs. Windom's *i?ter. and
who has many frienda in thin city, will Hail on
the 2Cth of next month for Europe with Mrs.
Francis, of Boston.
Mrs. Thoe. B. Wanamaker came over from
Philadelphia yeaterday aud spent a jnirtioii of
the day in sending out P. P. C. cards to the
ladiea "who called upon her early in the spring,
when ahe held a series of most agreeable recep
tions. The cards show that the estimable lady
is in second monrning. Mrs. Wanamaker re
turned to Philadelphia yesterday, and will not
return here before nest winter.
Mrs. Waite and Miss Mary Waite. wife and
daughter of the late Chief Justice, have given
np their honae on 1 street and hare moved into
the house No. 1618 Khode Island avenue, that
thay have taken for a year. Judge and Mrs.
Orange Ferris, of Sew York, who have been
with Mrs. Waite aince the early spring, made
the move with her. Mrs. Ferris has quite re
covered from the very severe bum she sus
tained on the arm in March. Mrs. and Miss
Waite are in excellent health. Mrs. Thompson
Swan, of Princeton. N. J., has taken the I
street honse that belongs to Mrs. Waite for a
term of years.
Mrs. Charles Nordhoff entertained the Ladies'
Aid of the Homeopathic hospital at the aecond
??qnodlibet ltincheon" of the season in her artist
ically attractive house yesterday afternoon. Mrs.
Nordhoff was assisted in receiving the friends
ot the hospital by Mrs. Asaph Hall. Mrs. Tyr
rell. Mrs. humming and Mrs. Henry E. Pellew.
In the dining-room the committee on refresh
ments bad spread an appetizing luncheon.
Mrs. Lewis Clephane. Mrs. B. IJutterworth.
Mrs. Randolph Keini. Mrs. W. F. Clarke and
Mrs. Chas. Lyman were in charge, and they
were ably assisted ill dispensing the dainties by
the Misses Nordhoff. Mrs. Jules Outhridge,
Miss May Thompson. Miss Blonnt. Miss Pres
ton. Miss Clark. Miss Lyman and Miss Hill. Miss
Butterworth and Miss Hevins sold lemonade in
the hall, and Miss Richards, the treasurer, col
lected the 25 cents that is the admission fee
at the door. The luncheon continued from 1
to 3 o'clock and during that time the company
was delighted by the singing of Mrs. John C.
Fremont, jr.. Miss Henrietta Erni and Miss
Prall. Mrs. McNabb, of Canada, gave a spirited
recitation. Among those present were Rev.
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Bartlett, the Misses Win
dom. Mrs. Isaac Henderson. Mrs. Admiral
Russell, the Misses Russell, Miss Aileen Bell,
Mrs. Mills. Miw Thompson. Mrs. and MissSoule,
Mr. Lewis Clephane, Mr*. Wadsworth. Mrs.
Fick. Mra. Gurdon H. Wilcox, Mrs. Cool
ldge, Mra. James H. McGill and
her guests. Rev. and Mrs. A. W. McNabb.
of St. Catherines, Ontario, Mr. and Mrs.
O'Hara.. of Toronto, who are here on then
wedding journey. Miss McDonald, of .Montreal.
Miss Pratt. Mrs. Millniore. of Boston. MissEdes.
Mrs. Langhorn. Mrs. II. Preston, and Mr. and
Mrs. Youmans. The next luncheon will be held
at Mrs. Tiers', at 1441 Rhode Island avenue.
Miss Marie Wadsworth is visiting friends at
Classic Shore, on the Potomac.
Mra. E. B. Youmans has returned from a long
Btay in Elmira. N. Y.. where ahe was detained
at the bedside of her aged mother, who was ill
and is now convalescing.
A delightful tea was given on the grounds of
the Country club house yesterday.
Mrs. John W. Foster is spending a fortnight
with her son-in-law and daughter. Rev. Mr.
and Mrs. Dallas, at Watertown. N. Y.
?
THE MF.HLKK LIQLOK CASE.
Commissioner Webb a Witness In tbe
Police Court.
war a license was refused to the solaris
AND THE MEHLER LICENSE WAS REVOKED?
TBE COMMISSION EE SHARPLY CROSS-EXAMINED?
aroRT or the defendant in the case.
The case of Joseph E. Mehler. who suc
ceeded Solari Bros., was again culled in the
Police Court thia morning. Thia ia the only
case of the kind ever brought to the attention
of the court. The defendant was first granted
a liquor licenae. which was afterward revoked
by the Commissioners. and the defendant was
Accused of conducting a saloon without a
license. Mr. J. J. Johnson appeared for the
defendant and Mr. Shillington represented the
Diatrict.
COMMISSIONER WEJ5B A WITNESS.
Commissioner Webb was called as a witness.
He testified that in making the liquor regula
tion the Commissioners reserved the right of
revocation of licenses and of refusal to grant
a license as to a place as well as to a person.
That question, he ?aid. is still an open one. the
courts not having decided upon that point. The
place in question was known as Solaris'. It has
been a notoriously bad place so far as the ob
servance of the law is concerned. The license
was refused and a transfer was made from one {
bo I an to another, and again a transfer was
made to still another SoTari. This year the
license to the Solaris was finally refused. The
Commissioners thought they had a right to re
fuse a licenae on such grounds.
THE COMPAO- WITH MR. MEHLER.
Then Mr. Mehler applied for the license, con
tinued the witness. Mehler had a letter from
a gentleman in New York certifying to hie good
character. He ente 'cd into an agreement to
remove the name of Solari from the bmlding
and Also that he would not employ any of the
Solaris in the house. Witness said that the
license was not revoked for violation of the
printed conditions on the face of the license,
but because of Mehler's false representations
made at the time the license was granted.
MR. WEBB CROSS-EXAMINED.
On cross-examination witness said that his
knowle<lge concerning the character of the
house came to the Commissioners through the
police; that the pool-room was kept open on
Sunday, and that the house was also kept opeu
on that dav of the week under the pretext of
keeping a dining-room.
Mr. Johnson asked witness if he did not
think it an extraordinary proceedidg to pre
vent the employment of certain persons.
Witness replied that the action of the Com
missioners was with reference to Mehler and
?ot to Solari.
??On what act of Congress do yon base your
authority for making these regulations?" asked
counsel.
"I really haven't looked into the matter," he
replied.
??Then, as I understand it," said Mr.Johnson,
"you claim the right to compel the change of a
name of a hotel when it becomes obnoxious to
you. Is thst a fact?"
'?No," replied the Commissioner. "Not be
cause it is obnoxious to me. but when it be
comes obnoxious to the public."
Witness said that the Commissioners got
their power for their Action in this case from
the law giving them the power to grant
licenses.
THE DEFENDANT TESTIFIED
that when he was granted the license he signed
certain conditions imposed upon him by Com
missioner Webb. He lesrnedthAt the Commis
sioners had given hia boaee a bad reputation.
He ?aw the persons who visited the house and
among them were Senators and Representatives.
Hs aaid he took down all the signs on which
were the initials of the Solaria, but he did not
take down the large sign bearing the name of
the house. He said that he has never violated
any law with the exception of keeping open on
inauguration Sunday. He said that he com
plied with all the requirements except to dis
charge Mr. Solari within three months, and he
intended to keep him four months as he (.de
fendant) wanted to familiarize himself with
the business. Witness said that he had not dis
charged anv of the Solaris nor does he intend
to do so as long aa they behave themselves.
A FINE OF 9106 AND AN APPEAL.
After arguments by counsel it was agreed
that the conrt should give judgment Against
the defendsnt in order thAt the point in ques
tion might be settled by the District Supreme
Court. A fine of *106 was imposed aud the
esse was Appealed.
45 Minutes to Baltimore. In the schedule
of >4 daily trains Washington to Baltimore via
B.tO. are 5 thAt mAke the run in 45 minutes.
Sin 80 minutes. And 6 in one hour.
(V "Onward And upwArd" ia the motto of
Tbh Itexijio Star. Onward In its extending
influence, upward in its circulation and adver
tising business. The increase is a steady,
healthful one.
THE HAPPY FIVE HUNDRED.
The Agnus Lawn Party.
A MOST ENJOYABLE ENTERTAINMENT.
When Gen. Felix Agnus, of the Baltimore
American, and the Journalists club of Balti
more issued invitations to folly 500 people to
K? to Nacirema yesterday and there do honor
to Mr. Frank Thompson, rice-president of the
Pennsylvania railroad, they never supposed
that Uncle "Jerry" Husk, the Secretary of
Agriculture, would be the great feature of the
occasion. But he was. For the time, at least,
he outranked and overshadowed his fellow cab
inet officers. Not that they were less great
than they usually are. but they failed to grasp
the opportunity by the aid of which the old
granger from Wisconsin rode into the popular
affection. The opening of the incident took
place at Stevenson's station, the nearest rail
road point to Gen. Agnus' residence, where a
loug string of ears had conveyed the guests
from Sew York. Philadelphia. Baltimore and
Washington. As soon as the train stopped
there was an immediate rush for the dumer
ous omnibuses, transfer wagons, and other ve
hicles which bad been provided to
make complete the journey.
THE WASHINGTON CONTINGENT
were in two buffet care in the rear of
the train, and was consequently at the tail
end of the crowd. But it didn't miae anything.
Right alongside of the place of debarkation,
which was principally mud, was a huge hay
wagon. to which were hitched four magnificent
grey horses, decorated in honor of the occasion
with bells and ribbons, but not at the station
for the purpose of hauling passengers. They
were after freight. Before the driver knew
what was going on his wide-spreading hay-rack
was hidden by a crowd of newspaper men. All
the newspaper men could not get on, so they
had to content themselves with riding in other
conveyances with the journalists. Just at the
moment of capture the members of the cabi
net came out of their car and with one accord,
without previous agreement, the crowd on the
hay-rack yelled "Rusk:" "Rusk!"' The Agri
cultural department immediately forsook his
more sedste colleagues, ambled over to the big
wagon and, after being introduced to the hesi
tating driver by a hundred full-grown pairs of
lnngs, sprang into the driver's saddle and
was astride of Gen. Agnus' pet draft mare
Daisy.
SECRETARY BCSK AS A DRIVER.
Of course everybody cheered, and when
they got through cheering, so to speak,
they cheered again and again. It was a heavy
load (the hay-scales said there were 5,700 pounds
of correspondent on it) and the Secretary must
have realized the responsibility of his task. But
he didn't show it. He cracked his whip, spat
in the palm of his left hand?which had an iron
non the jerk-line?and the team started off.
?S3 than a minute the regular teamster was
satisfied that his temporary substitute was a
success, and before they hall traveled 500 vards
he ceased wh;spering directions into the Secre
tary's near ear and retired to the rear end of
the wagon, where he superintended the opera
tion of the brake. No more noisy crowd ever
traveled that road before. Every passer bv re
ceived a salute. The mettlesome team
pranced and pawed, bnt they behaved admira
bly; they realized that a master hand held
the whip and at least one of them felt sure that
the headquarters of the Agricultural depart
ment was "in the saddle." fn the most adroit
manner, obstacles were avoided, and when the
Secretary so cleverly manipulated the jerk-line
as to bring both team and wagon safely through
the rather narrow gateway at the entrance to
th?. grounds, cheers of thankfulness were freely
shed by those who had for a minute or so been
debating with themselves as to whether they
ought or ought not to jump off and walk. A
few moments later and the three tons of veiling
humanity were off the wagon in front of Na
cirema, engaged in thanking their illustrious
driver. Secretary Rusk's skill as a horseman
reached the equestrian high-water mark, for
he succeded in jogging along without having
the legs of his trousers crawl up to his waist.
This evidence of bilility was commented upon
quite extensively, and several members of the
Gridiron club asked him for the recipe.
A DISTINGUISHED GATHERING.
The gathering together of so many dis
tinguished men as were at Nacireina yesterday
is possible to but few private citizens, and the
occasion conld not have been otherwise than
highly gratifying to Gen. Agnus and his prin
cipal guests. Four cabinet members?Secre
taries Blaine, Noble, Tracy and Rusk?were
there, and so was Gen. Bussey, the assistant
secretary of the Treasury. Civil-Service Com
missioner Roose?elt and Representative Honry
Cabot Lodge held close communion on the
lawn, while Representative Cannon hob-nobbed
principally with the newspaper men. Scattered
in and around the beautiful mansion were
Gov. Jackson, of Maryland; Congressman Mc
Comas, L. Victor Buughmau. R. Stockett Mat
thews. ex-Senator Henry G. Davis, of West
Virginia; Col. John L. Thomas. Erastus Wiman.
Gen. W. J. Sewell. ex-Gov. Odeii Bowie, Gen.
Kelton, U. S. A.; Gen. Horatio King. Gen. John
C. Kelton. Charles Emory Smith, Joe Howard,
jr.. Postmaster Frank Brown, of Baltimore;
Secretary of State (Maryland) E. W. Lecompte,'
James Elvt rson. W. M. Singerly. Capt. Hoxie,
John T. Ford and 500 others, all intent oil en
jo>ment. As the guests arrived they were in
troduced to Gen. Agnus and to Mr. Thompson
by President A. B. Howard, jr., of the Journal
ists' club, of Baltimore.
In front of the mansion and under one of the
prettily decorated tents which dott^U the
grounds was Itzel's Fifth Regiment band, and
for four hours that band did nothing but play
the prettiest selections and perspire.
THE OPEN-AIR DINNER A GREAT SUCCESS.
The dinner was a great affair, a success
throughout. Tables had been so placed on the
sward that the huge trees would shut out the
heat and brilliancy of the sun's rays, and at 3
o'clock the numerous waiters commenced to
serve the meal. The difficulties which lie in
the way of serving a hot repast to 500 hungry
jH-ople in the open air can only be understood
and appreciated by a caterer who has tried to
do it It was a success yesterday, but those
waiters would not care to repeat the perform
ance to-day.
Before the dinner was half over there were
songs in abundance and stories galore. Every
where there was wit and the utmost good hu
mor. The most popular table was that which
was presided over by Secretary liusk. At his
right and left, respectively, 'sat such well
known people us Hallet Kilbourn. John Cham
berlin mid Joe Howard, jr.. and fifty others
equally popular, and nearly ail engaged in
newspaper work in this city. Parallel with it
was another festive board at which Ed. Hay.
John Philip Sousa, -Hub." Smith. Paul Wolff.
Fred. Musse v and a number of kindred spirits
made exceeding merrv. They attracted con
siderable attention, and lots of "people left their
tables near the house that they
MIGHT ENJOY THE FCX
at short range. The "Gridiron" boys,
however. lost their grip upon their
audience when a number of line
horses were led past the tables so that the
guest-, might see what manner of animals the
Spring Valley fanciers own and produce. Ed.
Hay was completely thrown in the shade bv a
huge black Percheron stallion, whose weight
is figured up by the ton. and even It. M. Lar
ner's finest vocalizing was not applauded as
heartily as was the neighing of one magnificent
gray horse-to all appearancw a perfect ani
mal.
When the dinner was over there was an en
tertainment. .The crowd congregated on the
east front of the house and listened to specch,
story, and song. Oeu. Agnus welcomed every
body and landed Mr. Frank Thomson as tiie
vice-uresident of the greatest railroad in the
world. Mr. Thomson's reply was brief but
neat.
Col. John L. Thomas was then installed as
mastur of ceremonies, and after his witty intro
duction was through be presented Gov. Jack
son. who said about a dozen words in praise of
Gen. Agnus and then retired to make way for
Secretary Blaine, who was received with tre
mendous applause. He made a few felicitous
remarks as follows:
MR. BLAISE'S REMARKS.
Mr. CliOirtiian aitti Ftlknc- CUizrin: 1 confess
that I am taken wholly by surprise. This call
is entirely without notice. I have not been ad
vised that I was to speak, and still less that I
was to respond to the honored toast which you
hare just read. For one so intimately associated
with the President as I happen to be at this
tine, both officially and personally, it is not
without embarrassment that I speak. I feel
somewhat as one would who is asked to speak
publicly of the family to which he belongs.
But there is one thing which I deem it proper
to say of President Harrison, and I am glad to
| say it in this presence, that he is. in mind and
m heart, iu ail his actions and in all his inten
tions, a thoroughly just man. In a long ac
quaintance with the public men of both parties
( in this country I have never known one
> actuated by higher motives, or more thoroughly
determined to do what he thinks is right?po
litically right and morally right. Elected by a
party, he is not an unjust partisan, and in his
administration you will. I think, find that
higher than the rights of republican or demo
crat are the rights of an American citizen.
[Prolonged cheers. |
This is an age, Mr. Chairman, in which?his
torical investigation and human experience are
correcting many errors and dispelling many
illusions of the past. We see here to-day one
hitherto accepted fact utterly disproved. It
has been held for two centuries that a French
man, with the Ipve and devotion he bears to
his native land, with all its beanty and culture
and art and it? thousand attractions, conld
never be a contented or successful colonist.
That statement can no longer be accepted.
Oen. Agnus is a genuine Frenchman, with all
the seal and enthusiasm of his race, but he has
so successfully colonized himself that he is
more at home than ail American, and has the
added grace of making Americans as much at
home with him as they are under their own
roof. Tie came to us an educated artist and
threw himself into our civil conflict with all the
ardor of the young Lafayette, nnd fought for
the Union a? he would have fought for the in
tegrity of France. To these achievements he
has added the accomplishment of an admirable
journalist. He has bidden us to-day to this
splendid mansion, located on these broad acres,
and I am sure I speak for the wide circle of
friends he has brought together when I express
to him onr united thanks and our sincere ad
miration. [Cheers.]
OTHER SPEECHES.
Mayor I.atrobe, of Baltimore; Ex-Gov. Wil
liam M. Bunn. of the Clover club; Joe Howard. ,
jr.. and President Fred. Perry Powers, of the
Gridiron club: It. Stockett Matthews. Charles
Emory Smith, of Philadelphia, and Oen. Hora
tio King made speeches. Dr. Bedlow. of the
Clover club, and E. B. Hay, of the "Griddles,"
gave comic recitations. Herndon Morseil. Hub. !
T. Smith. E. B. Hay and B. M. Lamer sang an
"Agnus'' song to iho tune of "Maryland. My
Maryland." and then the company dispersed and
went toward the railroad after cheering for
Gen. Agnus until they were hoarse.
The hay-wagon was all ready and so was Sec- j
retarv Husk. Once more did he bestride the '
great gray mare and again was the hay-rack
loaded down with newspaper men. Homebody
stopped the outtit long enough to allow a pho
tographer to take a picture, and then with
parting yells the boys were rattled away down
the hill. The railroad arrangements were well
nigh perfect, and the travelers were loud in
their praises of Passenger Agent Boyd and his
assistants, Messrs. Parke and Postlewaite. The
buffets on the tram were more than equal to
the occasion, and the service was, in every re
spect, beyond criticism.
CATHOLIC SOCIETIES.
The Eleventh Animal Convention of the
Knight* of St. John.
The eleventh annual convention of the Ro
man Catholic union. Knights of St. John, will
be held in this city, beginning on St. John's
day, June 24. and continuing for fonr days.
The sessions will be held at Carroll hall. This
organization is social and benevolent in its ob
jects, and is composed of representatives of
Home 140 Catholic societies. The members
wear the uniform of their respective societies,
and there will be a street parade and also a
prize drill. It i9 expected that there will be
some three or fonr thousand men in line. The
local comnianderies have organized the follow
ing
COMMITTEE OF AHnASOEMENTS;
Knights of St. Augustine?J. H. Fletcher, L.
J. Herbert. Jos. D.ivis. G. Coakley. M. Z. Booth.
Knights of St. Colmnkillc?T. A. Duffy, M.
D. Stack. Jas. Lawler, J. G.O'Connor.Wm. Mur- |
phy.
Knights of St. Peter?L. II. Lanmnn, J. T.
Jennings, 1*. Howiiu, C. E. Cooksey, A. Lang
ley.
The chairman of the committee is L. II. Lan
mau aud the secretary is J. H. Fletcher.
THE OFFICF.HS OF THE CONVENTION
ire as follows: Supreme spiritual dl- I
rector, Bishop, Wm. McCloskey. of Louis
ville, Ky.; supreme commander. John
Dunn. Cleveland, Ohio; first supreme vice
L'ommander. Adam J. Weckler, Chicago; second
supreme viee-commmander, John H. Jaiuie
-on. ot' this city; supreme secretary. Fred. W.
Doniedion. Buffalo. N. Y.; eunrenie treasurer,
r. A. Bourke, Windsor, Canada.
ALEXANDRIA.
Reported for The Ivenino Stab.
County Roads.?The county supervisors have
advise the county court to order the erection of
county bridges at Carliu's Springs and at Wil
son's Crossing over Four-mile ran in that
county. Hereafter, by a vote of the board, all
county roads shall l>e at least 30 feet in width.
A strong effort is now being made to improve
the roads and bridges of the county, and the
overseers of the highways are kept busy.
Injured ] Railroad Men.?A brakeman,
named H. Carter, residing here, has come home
slightly injured by an accident on the upper
Midland railroad. "Twocolored laborers, living
here, were injured in a collision on the Penn
sylvania railroad, near Woodbridge last even- I
ing. but neither of them seriously.
Notes.?The third ward democrat* will meet 1
to-morrow night at the Columbus-street court
house to nominate a candidate for alderman,
vice J. R. Lambdin, resigned. Richard L.
Carue has been reappointed superintendent of :
Alexandria city schools and J. C. Fee'ory of the
Alexandria county schools for four years from
the 1st of July next by the state board of edu
cation. at Richmond. -?-The registration of
the city, just completed, shows 2,318
white and 1,168 colored voters.
The county coiut home has been insured for
United States Marshal Farr. of this
district, will qualify and enter upon the dis
charge of his duties before the close of this
month. The Rock mansion, on Duke near
Lee street, has been sold nt $1,500 to Mr. I
George Mankin. Judge Norton has made a
decree directing the convayence of the Arling
ton brick works to O. A. Jones upon the tiling
of his bond to pay certain claims on the works
if they should be established.
Artillery in the Future.
From the Academy.
As the range of guns in the field is augmented
battles will more than ever be prepared by can
non. batteries will open fire at the distance of
miles, and the adversaries' batteries most, at
least, bo weakened before infantry can venture
to advance, except under very peculiar circum
stances. The power of modern cannon is so
tremendous that, wheu hostile batteries come
into conflict at anything like reasonably near
distances?viz, from 1,500 to 2.500 yard*?the
duel can scarcely last long. We shall see no
cannonades liko that directed agninst La Have
Sainte, which lasted for hours, ami the
victory will belong to the artillery chiefs,
who, with anything like an equality of
force, lay their guns best, take most ac
curate aim. avoid salvoes and wild dis
charges, take care that their men are not
hurried, aud, above all, can enfilade their |
enemy?a process now more than ever destruc- I
tive. For the reasons to which we have re- 1
ferred before the system of artillery reserves
should be given up as completely obsolete, no
efforts should be spared to bring forward I
every available gun as quickly as possible, and
the organization of the three arms should be so I
arranged as to secure this object, the pieces I
and their trains being always kept in close oon
tact with the rest of the army, and capable of
rapid movement to the front. For the rest, I
artillery should alwars be ready and equal to
contend in the field with infantry; it should
consider itself a more powerful arm in any- I
thing like an equal struggle, aud once it has
been placed in its true position it should, if
possible, never fall back. At the same time.in
oar judgment at least, the artillery, owing to
the vast space* of battle-flelds in modern war,
may on many occasions be greatly imperiled.
Apologetic.
From the Merchant Traveler.
? Miss Sniithers." said Billy Bliven, " I trust
you won't pay any attention to what I said
yesterday evening."
"I don't quite comprehend you," the lady
said, blankly.
"I know that. It was supremely silly, but
yon mustn't mind it; every once in a while I
do something silly; but I am always sorry for
it the next minute."
"To what do you refer. Mr. BlivenV"
"To my asking yon to be my wife."
A BIinihtmOpposino Prohibition.?The Mer
cersburg Classis of the Potomac Synod of the
Reformed church, in session Tuesday at Waynes
boro'. Pa., adopted a resolution favoring the
prohibitory amendment to be voted npon June
18 in Pennsylvania. The resolution was op
posed by Rev. Cyrus Cort. of Greencastle, who
has vigorously protested against the amend
ment through newspaper interviews.
In the Hlinois house yesterday a long discus
sion took place over the bill appropriating
450.000 to erect a monument to Gen. John A.
Logan. It finally passed by a vote of 77 to 54.
Simon S. Walker, tho negro' who escaped
lynching for a criminal assault on a twelve-year
old white girl in Chesterfield county, Va.. waa
yesterday convicted and sentenced to death.
The girl died Tuesday night
A dispatch from Norfolk, Va., says Hugh
N. McKay, a deputy collector of internal reve
nue, la missing, and his accounts are short
#3,000. Warranto have been issned for hi*
arrest.
The Philadelphia license court has eonclnded
its work and adjourned sine die. There will be
140 saloons less after J una 1 than there are
now. The number of wholesale dealers has
been considerably decreased, and one big
brewer has been refused license.
WANTED?HELP.
:laks union iiocsr
. ?. . -- - I 6th it n.w., md) for
work. ~ 11*
ANTED-AT 504 8TH ST N. AX EXPERI
enced wiUt-tiuid; none other mm ai>plj. It*
WiNTEP?A DRUG CLERK. WITH THREE OR
II [our irtn' rtitrifiiit tn the Imnilfw. Apply to
HVDSON'S, 1113 King at., Alexandria, Va. myl6-2t* I
ANTED^TWO rnaMCL
painters. Apply at HJ4
work. ,;y __
WASTED?A BOY TO WORK IT* A CONFECTION"
ery Call at 1 324 14th at n w. 11*
w
\*7 ANTED-WOMEN COOKS, tit) TO $40; CHAM
ii hermaids. N unws, and Laiindr'-saes. in city or
away. Waiters. Driver*, or Fsri.i Hands;Colored Men
Cooks. SAM'LA. COOMBS, 926 F st n.w. flMf
\V' ANTED?COOKS, tlO TO ?75: HOISEMAID8,
I1 Waltrese, Nurses. Sale-dadies. Laundress, Dn
?ers.Wnters, Farm and Dairy Handa.at ones. DICK'S.
HI 3 7 th n.w.. also European Steamshipagent my 1?-2*
VU ANTED-A YOUNG MAN BETWEEN 15 AND
i i 'JOyears ol age, who can come well recoiumeuded,
to help in a bar. Addreas M. M. T., Star office.
myl0-2t*
WANTED-A GOOD DRESSMAKER TO WORK BY
11 the week . none but first-claae need apply. 02!' E
at. n.w. It*
WANTED?ENERGETIC, CHRISTIAN LADY OR
Oeulleman. well a< quainted in Washington, can
make $10 weekly, workmir half the time. 0*11 at
once. FAULKNER k ALLAN.
myl0-3t* Room 27, St. Clond Build:n(r._
HT ANTED- WAIST AND SKIRT HAND8. APPLY |
Tl immediately at 'JOT C st. s.e It*
\%f ANTED - EXPERIESCF.D WAIST HANDS.
YT Apply toMlssSHEEHY. 4H9Cst a.w. lt*_
WANTED - A STEN'c KiRAI'HLR ANITtYPE
II writer in a lawyer's office. Addreae. stating ex
perience, referencea and salary expected. Lock Box
.?S7, city P. O. mylt>-3t*
WANTED ?"IMMEDIATELY ? EXPERIENCED
11 waist and skirt hands, also one apprentice, at
013 12th st n.w. mylO-'Jf
WANTED-RESPECTABLE AND HEALTHY |
ti white Girl, 12 to 15 years old. to assist in houae
woTk for family of two. Apply after 0 p. in.: 1300 N
at. n. w It*
ANTED-A GOOITrE8TAI KANT COOK, GER- |
man or colored woman Inquire at once at L
SCHMIDT'S Restaurant, 702 7th st. n.w.
AKTANTED?A 1JOY TO LEARN THE DRUG BUS
11 iness. one who lives with hia parents preferred.
Address Box 'JO, Star otllce. my 16-3t
VV ANTED-A GOOD SHOEMAKER BY C. LI TZ,
Y* 7'29 4H*t.a.w. It*
WANTED?A SMART. NEAT BOY. TO MAKE
himself generally useful tn a private family.
Apply at once. 220 1 at. U.W. It
WANTED-A GOOD PLA 1 N~COOK, MALE OB
female, of good character; ateady employment.
Addnm Boi 13,84ar oftoe. ?yl6-3t
WANTED-A WHITE MAN AT MYCOU NTRY
11 place; must understand the care of horses and
irardciiiutr Without rorommendatlou as to sobriety
and industry no one need apply. Call at 111'.' 15tli st.,
from S a m. to 4 p.m., or at my place after H o'clock In
Brightwood. C. DENEKAS. it*
W ANTED-A LADY OF ABILITY TO FIIX RE
sponsilile |K>sition, salary <9; reference. Call
10 to 11:30 a.m. H. W. HE* LIN, 408 New Jersey ave.
n.w. It*
WANTED-ONE FIRST-CLASS WAIST AND
skirt hand and two or three apprentice* and
one young girl that is ?illmg to do anything and make
her home. Mrs. WILSON, 1210 8th ?t. n.w. iuyl0-2*
WANTED-A GRADUATE PHARMACI8T FOR
relief or permanently If suited, a aettled nian
preferred. Address GINGER. Star office. myJ0-3t*
ANTED?BUSH ELMANj ALSO SCOURER AND
l'resser, at C. Putache's, 1729 Pa. ave. n.w. It*
WANTED^A GENTLEMAN OF GENTEEL Aft ,
II pearunce and good references, at once: position 1
permanent; good salary. Room 11, Central Building,
o.w. cor. Pa. ave. and Oth st. It*
\*TANTED?HIGHEST PRICES PAIITaT MME^
" WASHING ION'S to first-class waist hands and
trimmers. 1223 Est. It*
WANTED-A WOMASTfOK GENERAL HOUfiE^
Work ; must ICO home at night. Ull Pennsylva
nia ave. n.w. It*
WANTED-A oirl to take CARE OF TWO I
11 children,German preferred. Call on Mrs. FRANK
B. CONGER, Hotel Maltby, Capitol Park. myl6-'Jt
\VA.V1ED-A WAIST HAND; ALSOA 8KIRT
11 hand. don't need to call unless exi>erieiiced. Mrs.
RYHNEK, 7411,'lth st. n.w. mylS-'Jt*
WANTED?GENTLEMAN! WITH GOOD KEFErI
ences. to fill a responsible vacancy salary, $11 |
[?V week. Apply 10 a. m., THULE & CO.. 4110 7 th |
St. It*
WANTED - A WHITE"GIRL, WILLING' TO As"
11 sist in doing the housework. &c., of a family of
two, will be treated as a member of the family. 1917
11th st. n.w. myl0-2t*
\VANTEI)-NO. I SERVANT, COLORED,~FOR
ii general housework . three in family, adults; stay
nights, references required. Appl> 1307 F st. n.w.,
second floor. inyl j-3t
W ANTE D-LEA K N ER8 FOB PROF. CHKiST
11 NER'.S New International Tailor System of Dresa
and <Garment Cutting with inch rule and tape measure
alone; no acales. and the only system used that la
based upon scientific tailor principlts. System taught
by Mine. S. J. MESnER, 1303 H at.n.w. laylo-lm*
W ANTED - LADY "AGENTS AVERAGE 0\ER
11 440 a week with my grand new Rubber Under
garment Addree Mrs. H. f LIT'lLE, Chicago, 111.
luyl.VOt*
WANTED - IMMEDIATELY, DRESSMAKERS,
11 skirt, waist, and basquo hands. Apyly 144U H
gt. n.w. myIo-3t*
WANTED-A FEMALE COOIL WHITE 6r7:OL
ored. Apply to GEO. F, KOZEL, 1827 14th
gt. n.w. mylu-6t
WANTED-A YOUTH. FROM IB TO 20 YEARS
of age. to work in a grocery store, tnust bo quick
and bring reference*. Address M. H B., Star office,
inylo-'it*
ANTED?YOl'NG LADY TO TEACH DANCING
(2 pupils), and music (1 pupil), for board during
aummer in family of two (brother and sister), good
reference. Address LIBBEY, Lewinsville, Fairfax
county, Va. uiyla-3t*
WANTED-COOKS, KURSES, WAITERS, FARM
11 dairy hande. men and women for general work In
city and away, places always ready. ECREKA KM
PLOVMEN1 AliENCY.ttlO F at n.w. my!4-3t*
AKTANTED-WAIST AND SKIRT HANDS, ALSO
VI an apprentice. highest wage* paid. Apply imme
diately. 401 Pa. ave. n w. myl4 3t*
ANTED-A WHITE SEAMSTRESS; ONE WHO
thoroughly understands the cutting and fitting of
children'* clothing Apply, from 0 to 2 o'clock, 1300
13th St Iuyl4-3t'
WJ' ANTED?MEN FOR EACH STATE TO HAN
11 die our gooils aa general managers, liberal in
ducements to partiea with froui 925 to 4100. Call
ltd <in 2, HOTEL SLATEB, corner 2d and B st*. n.w.
myl4-3t*
Wanted- an engineerTfor stationary
11 engine) at Capitol park mill. Apply to
THOMAS V SMITH.
myl4 3t Cor 1st st. and Ind. ave. n.w.
V17 A NTED?TWO FARM HANDS Ml'ST BE WELL
11 recommended. Apply at 132U M st n.w.? be
tween 4 and ft o'clock. my 14-3t"
W AN1 t-D-ATl NDUST1UAL EXCHANGE EVERY
11 hour in the dity, oooka, chamtxrmuids, nurses,
general liouseworkers. male and female, white and
colored help of all kind* for city and couutry. Apply
at once. STKINEK & BRADFORD
1008 F st. (Walter building),
my14to31* first floor.
*1X7 AXTtb ? DETB0TIVE8 ? WK WISH TO EM
il ploy good men everywhere to represent our
Secret Service Department. No membership fee
charged. At coinpaii> application with btamp tor full
information. Address MOHAWK DETECTIVE BU
REAU, He;ulquarters Wichita. Kansas. mj 13-lw"
\v
w
VVANTED?WOMEN FOR PHILADELPHIA. ALSO
" for city, lady Iiookkeepers, young nurse girls,
dressmakers, faViii and dairymen, &< ; genuan women
(baggage room, trunks stored). BURNHtM'S, 010
Oth st. n.w. uiyll-ttt*
WANTED-THE"CITY INTELLIGENCE OFFICE
does not keep you waiting for employment.
Situations furnished at once; applications for gov
ernment uositionstprepared by au expert; rooms regis
tered. 711 G st. h.w. myll-lW*
WANTED?INTELLIGENT MAX LOCATED Oi:f
side Washinfrtoo, to represent In his locality a
resLHjiislble houso. Good salary. Reference* exacted
and given. SUPT. M'F'G HOUSE, Lock Box 1?10 N.
Y. _ my0-tli,s4w
WANTED - DUNDOBE'S EMPLOYMENT-BU^
reau, conducted by lathes, men and women,
white and colored, for all kinds ot domestic labor, tor I
District and states, with reference*. 717 Mst. n.w.
my 11-1 in*
WANTED?SITUAT10NS.
WAN I ED-BY a RESPECTABLE YOUNG COL
11 ored woman a Situation as cook or chambermaid
in a private family. Call oraddreaa, 1021 17th at.
n.w. It*
WANTED-^AT HEADQUARTERS - POPITIONH
for Cook*, Chambermaid. Waitreta, I^aundrea*. and
Nurses, Seamstrew. Men Waiter*. Cook*. Coachmen.
Butlera. UAM'L A.COOMBS, 020 F*t.n.w. mylG-ot*
WtANTED-GO TO DICK'S AGENCY FOR COOKS,
" Housemaids. Waitress. Nurae*. Laundress, Coach
men, Butlers, Waiters and general housework. ?13 7tli
st. n.w. Also European Steamship agent. myltl-'Jt*
ANTED?A~YOUNG LADY OF EDUCATION
wishea a Situation as governens, companion or
to work in ollice. References exchanged. Miss I.
ORME, Horse!.cat I. Pr. Geo. Co., Md. inyl6-2t*
WAN IED-BY A "RESPECTABLE WHITE GIRU
a situation aa chambermaid or nurse with a pri
vate family; best city reference furnished. Call at so.
?()4 2.r>th st. u. w. It*
WANTED-BY A RELIABLE COLORED YOUNG I
ii man a aituatlon in a private family to go away;
reference furnished. Addnaa F. L. T.. Star offlo*.
myl5-2t*
\%7 A NTED?BY A>RENCHMAN"wHO 18 A SKILL
11 fill cook and of reliable character, a (ituation
with a private family for the luiumer. Inquire at No.
1515 Kit. uiyl5-3t
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MARRIED COLORED
11 man, work in store or private family, or any kind
of work; beat of city reference. Address Z. A. M.
51C ?t. ?.w. _ myl4-3f
ANTED-BY A "{SETTLED WHITE WOMAN,
?ituation u* infant'* nurae; thoroughly experi
enced ; no objectiona to traveling. Also, a competent
young woman, situation as nura*; beat city reference.
Apply 810 18th st^n.w.; ? myl4-3t*
WANTED-REMEMBER THAT ON RECEIPT OF
a postal card we will aend yon a first-class ser
vant of any kind. Satisfaction guaranteed. Also,
wanted room* in all parts of city. 8TEINF.R * BRAD
FORD. Industrial Exchange, 1008 F at. n.w., Walter
Building. myl4t31*
ANTED?POSITIONS BY GERMAN MAIDS,
farm and daiiynieu, also book-keepera, cooka,
waiter*, nuraea, drivers, scullious and others. Cities,
resorts and country, tall help a else tad).
myl 1-flf BURNHAM'S, 010 9th at. n.w.
WANTED - EMPLOYERS REMEMBER WE
supply well recommended aervanta free,
clerical applicants and register room*, sains
terms. Application* for government positions pre
pared by an expert. CITYTNTELLIGENCE OFFICE,
<HGn.w. niyll-lw*
w
WANTED?ROOMS.
WASTE D-A QUIET COUPLE DESIRES TWO OB
if three Unfurniahad Rooms, with heit andraa for
light housekeeping; a tats terms. RELIABLE, Star
office.
my lft-2t*
WANTED?TWO OB THREE UNFURNISHED
rooms in northwesti respectable neighborhood;
from *S to $10. Only man ana wife. Addreae C. F. W.
B^, Star office^ mylC-8t*
ANTED-BY AN ELDERLY LADY, BOOK OF
good aire and plenty of air; unfurnished, and c
w good site ana plenty of air; unfurniahed. and con
venient : rent secure; references; terms must be mod
erate. ^ddresa COMFORT, Stsr oflioe. my lfl-2t*
r anted-by nui Ladies (with bid
roo||i ^QBtflt),Jjjy*r rooaa with board la plaaaact
WANTED-HOUSES.
Wanted-house-i will pay ?xv>o cash
for ft hou* tn rood locality, for iuveitmtBt.
Must *? rood v%ine. Oitp full jNu*tit nlar*. boom uuiu
^ fe- Addr^#?, ftt once, TR1VATE. bUr ofict.
Ui> 16-flt*
"WA*TED-BY A DEPARTMENT CI.F.RK AND
" wifecare of Fnrnished Huse dnriug summer
for the rent (no children.) Address DEPARTMENT,
Starofflce._ myl53f
BY OR BEFORE THE lSTOF JUNfc
V V tw an of a furnished House for the sun-.tuar by
S? ? referencea furnished Address Miw KU'fc.
WW 14th at. n.w myl4-.1t*
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED - A LADY' TO PI RCHASE A LUiHT.
t>l?a>?nt Business which pays usually $2t>0 i?r
month. very desirable for sujumer resorts; prices
$100. Addrnw SI MMEB, Mar oflkce. If
W ANTED -HOPKINS' BOOK OF PLATS OF DIH
' ' trict of Columbia. Address. stating price, Box 12,
Star office. It*
WASTKD-:DAYTON OR SURRY WAGON TO
_v ? hire for lunimer, or to pun haae cheap Address
DAYTON, Star office. myltV3t*
WANTED-A HORSE BOTABLE FOR DK
livery wv^n. must be sound and kind. Ad
dress N". Y. D.. Sur otfi< ?*. my lC-.1t*
UTANTED -$200 FOR rtH'H MONTHS. BY *
" responsible man, who will pav 2 per cent a
month for its uae. Address Boa 357. City Post
oJfce. mylti-.lf
WANTED - GENTLEMAN'S SECOND-HAND
" Ridintf Bridle and Saddle cheap. Address O. R..
Star office. my 18-31
W ANTED-SMOKE PORTUONDO k CO S CI
*? gars, Carolina and Concha Floresta. lie. each:
Margarita Londr* and Zarzuels?, 10c each. JOSEPH
MPOBTUON1>0 k CO..Philadelphia. myl6-lm
W ANTED-TO BUY OR H1RF.?STEREOPTICON
vv View*. State kind and quality and prW
Address C. F. M<)RSE, Wsshington. D.C. myl.i-3t*
WANTED?TO PURCHASE. 8BCOND~HAND A
V " medium size gas cooking stove. Address, statin*
price, E. L K? 1 ftl:t Pit. D. w. myl :li
\\TANTID-A PARTY HERE FROM NEW TOR*
v v for a few days will pay the blithest cach prices
for Cast-Off Clothing of all description. Aadres*
8WARTZ, Amcncan House. myl4-3t*
WANTED?IF YOU WI8i~TYPEWWTING DONE
iu flint-class style, at ahort notice, and at the very
cliea|?est rate*, call at the WEBSTER BOTE], 513
13th st. n.w. ___ inyl4-3t*
W ANTED?A SOUND, GENTLE DRIVING HORSE;
V V not afraid of cars; to use in country from date
uutil Nov. 1. A, B. BIBB, Clopper"*, Montgomery
Co., Md. my 14-3t"
YY AN TED?DRESS CUTTI NG MADK EASY,
v v Madame Washington's "DressCutting Scale," Inst
patented, enables every one to learn to cut all kinasof
garments readily and accurately. The system will be
taught, and the scale and a treasure book furnished
for $<i. l'ersous learning this system ?re immediately
placed ill a position to earn good wages. Ready rut
and basted lining* guaranteed to At 1223 Fat. n.w,
my7-12t*
\\r ANTED ^typewriting, TYPEWRITING?
tv nest work: syntactical accuracy . low rates. F 8.
ARNOLD, Stenographer and Typewriter. 36 8t Cloud
Building. myl3-lm*_
VVT ANTED?PARLOR FURNITURE UI'HOL
11 stered . Mattressei made over; work done in ?
n?at and substantial manner: Klip covers cut and
made: perfect tit guaranteed. C. NELSON, 1G
?t. n.w. myfi-12f
Mf ANTED- FULL CASH PRICES WILL BE PAID
' for ol<l gold and silver, or exchanged f< >r new jew
elry or solid sliver ware, by S. DKSIO, 439 !<th ?t.
n.w.. Room 4. myll-Tf
\VANTED-H. BAUM PAY'S THE HIGHEST CASH
11 price* for second-hand Furniture. Carpets and
Feathers. Entire Households a specialty. Addrew
21U 7th st. 8.w. my 11
\Y ANTED I WANT~TO_REjrf?FOE~THE SUlC
11 i;ier a country place, furnished, on line of rail
road. within hall iio.ir of city fte?|xinsible and care
ful. Address, with full particulars, J HE PIANO EX
CHANGE, 1(13 l"a. avo., Waslimirton, D C. myll-lm
\\T AN'I ED- GO*l|> PASTURE FOR LIMITED
vv number of horses: 10 mi lea from city, terms,
$5 for pasture: stabled in day and led toitraiuand
hay as protection from flies and sun burn, #H per
month: reference. John A. Baker, St'iCVj 1 <a ave.;
KichM Smith, WeliFter law buildiu?. J. V. N. Huyck,
1505 Pa. ave. E. E. BERRY. Forestrille, Md.
myI0-6f
W AN I ED?TBY SCRIBNER, BEST BUTTERINE,
vv rolls and prints VOc. pound, cooking. I.Mr, pound. ,
Warranted not to ^et stronK or ranciil (like butter ,
does) lor one month, or money refund' <i Families
served at residences. f\>i sale on.'i/ ut stalls 3'JS, 3'-!il
and 330 Olecorated (tall, middle of tish aisle.) Center
Market, and 145 Northern Liberty Market. Open
daily. WM. C. SCRIBNLR. myU-lm
yjB ANTED?HORSF.8 TO PASTURE AT GEN.E.F"
v v Beale's stock farm, 7 miles from city. Address or
inquire of E B LAFFERTY, Hay Scale*, corner 10th
?t. aud Louinanaa\e ,city. ?, .v Im
W ANTED-TO BI Y FOR H1GHEST CASH PRlcI
11 second-hand Furnitnre.Carpets, Stoves, Feathers,
etc.: prompt attention to orders by mail or otherwine.
F. 3 EINSTEIN,
aplS-lm* 1009 B et. n.w., opposite hay *cale._
WTANTED -'HOKSES to PASTURE - KEEPING
11 horses winter and summer a specialty. Order
bo* at Price'* Stables. 311 tfthst n.w . farm on 7th st
road, s miles from city. 0. H 1*. CLARK, i-iiiro P. 0?
Md. apl 7- lm*
\v ANTED?STEAM CARPET CLEANING AND
11 RenovatiiiK Works, Feathers Renovated, Mat
tresses Made Over, Furniture Steamed, and Moths De
stroyed. F H.YOUNGS, 1402 Pa av.,Telephone 1008-3.
apl 1-7m
\KT A NTED?GOOD SECOND-HAND CLOTHING,
vv runs, revolvers, old gold and silver, for which
tilRhesi cash prices will be paid. Call LASKEY'S
ixmn (Jilii-e. 201 Penn. ave., corner 2d st. n. w. my20
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
For rent two nicely fcrnished rooms
in tiest section of the city, for ?rentlemeu only ;
references required. Apply to BUSH NELL k CARL SI,
1008 Fjit. u.w. myl8-?t*_
FOR RENT?FURNISHED OR unfurnished;
in first class house; first story, 4 rooms, second
story 5 rooms: or 3d story, 3 rooms aud private bath.
soutri windows in every room; reference. 519 3d n.w.
iuyl6-3t*
F)R RENT?1119 I ST. N. W., FURHISHED
rooms, with board, at summer prices. Very con
venient location, catorer in house. Would like also a
lew table boarders at reasonable rates. myl U-3i*
F)R RENT?1304 G ST. N. W -LARGE FROjTf
room, first floor, furnished: to one person $10 or
to two # 12. lartfe back room, second floor, for is. will
reserve till June 1. It*
F>R RENT?1435 L ST, N.W., HANDSOMELY
Furnished Rooms, single or en suite southern ex
posure . convenient to cars and herdic< myld-3f
?R RENT-ROOMS, FUR. OB UNFUR.7 EN
suite or sinifle, 2d and 3d floors, with board, north
of Pa. ave.. government reservation in front. 1803 H
st. myl6-3t*
For rent -two rooms- second floor!
the front bay window, alcove, cherry mantel, with
mirror: furnished as parlor, or unfurnished, near
park. three lines cars. 10':6 Sth st. n.w. mylO-.'tt*
IfOIl RENT-FOUR UNFURNISHED"BOOMS ON
MK-oml floor. all conveniences for housekeeping;
in tris-dcondition; south Iront. Apply, with reference,
03S Pa ave. *.e. myltt-3t*
I|HJU RENT-LARGE HANDSOMELY furnished
rooms, single or en suite, in private family adults;
first floor over parlors; one-half square Capitol, sum
mer prices: 1st. cars. 210 Delaware ave. n.e. my 15-3*
1X)R RENT- BY MAY 15, FURNISHED ROOMS,
with board, at summer rates. 1321 N st. n.w..
corner Vt. ava. and N. myll-ttt*
XJKJK RENT ? BY~FRANKLIN PARK. LARGER
X nicely turnished front room, second floor, to gen
tleman for $ltt; with board, $33; to two, $21; with
board, (50. 810 13th st. Call after 4 30. myl5 3f
FORIRENT-IN PRIVATE FAMILY, THREE UNr
furriishetl communicating Rooms on second floor;
for lirfht housekeeping; use of bath, convenient to
three car lines; terms moderate. 1508 titb st. n.w.
myl4-3f
P1H RENT?1342 Q ST. N. W., FURNISHED
rooms, with good table board, at very moderate
rates: references exchanged. mylO-tit*
For rent-nicelY furnished booms, sec1
ond and third floors; bay-window house; private
faniilv. 025 Est. n.w. Also,back bed-room #10 pur
month. 1303 F st. n.w. m> 7-9t*
F)Il KENT?ROOMS AT 91S-92015TH ST. N.W.,
overlooking Mcpherson square. Choice table in
bouse. myll-ttt*
I Mil'. RENl'-BEACTIFUL ROC IMS, M Nfil.E (IR EN
suite,in private family: furnished; large double
corner house. south aud east front: oi<eu tire-places in
every room; references required, 1101 K n.w.api?-32*
1~X)K~ RENT-19 IOWA CIRCLE?THREE COM^
rooms, with in-ivat* bath, secoud floor, and two
com. rooms, third floor, fur. Those having childreu or
servants need not apply. Ref. exchauged. my3-lm
I~X>R RENT-AT 1112"H 8T. N. W? LARGE SEC
ond-story front room, suitable for one or two gen
tlemen, and other pleasant furnished rooms, north and
south exposure; terms reasonable. apl8-lui
~FOR RENT?STORES"
IVOR RENT-LARGE STORE, 419 9TH 8T N. W?
near Pa. sve.: central location lor ain business;
line plate-glass show windows. Rent moderate. Ap
ply to J JAY GOULD, 421 9th st. _ niyltt-6f
DR BENT-FINE LARGE STORE, 1722 PENN.
_ are., near State. War and Navy departments, dwel
ling of 11 rooms aud cellar can be ranted with storv
ildt'sired. Inquire on premises. mylO-2W
F?a
170U RENT - COR. STORE AND DWELLING.
1 good business stand and location. Apply *
DUFFY REAL ESTATE OFTICE.
myl5-3f 604>? 10th st., one door from F st.
I^OR RENT-AT hyattbville. MD.. NEAR
station, two small stores or offices, large lot, suit
able for lumber, wood and coal yard; rent low. TYLER
k RUTHERFORD, 1307 F st. n.w. my 14-6t*
FOR RENT-A CORNER 8TORE, 8UITABLE FOB
meat and i?ro vision or grocery business; situated
corner of 8th and M a La n. w.
_myl?-lw A. P. HILL * CO.
FOB RENT-ELEGANT STORE AND OFFICE
rooms in Fleming Building, 1419 G st. n. w.;
steam beat, elevator and every convenience on each
floor. C. H. KNIGHT, Room ]. myll-6f
OR"RENT?A FINE BOOT asd SHOE STORE
or Furnishing Store.
PITNEY * BRADFORD.
myS-lOt 13Q5 F strast n.w.
FL>R RENT-LARGE STORE and DWELLING,
1002 14th st. n w.: dwelling contains 8 rooms and
all mod. Imp*.. large (table in rear: price for whole,
(125 per month. WASH'N DANKNHOWEB.
my4-liu 1115 F*t. n.w.
FOR RENT?OFFICES.
FOR RENT - desirable OFFICE BOOMS IN
the WalUr Building, 1008 and 1010 F st. n.w.
Apply BU8HNELL k CARUSL
my 10-lOt 1008 F st n.w.
P)B RENT?DESIRABLE BOOKS IM BOBBINS'
Building, 7th and F au n. w, for rent OB
reasonable terras. Apply at Room 11. myl?-liu
)R RENT-A VEST DESIBABLB OFFICE OB
first floor at 1307 F st n.w.
apl 0-301* TYLER * RUTHERFORD.
FIR BENT-OFFICE BOOMS 934 F ST., TWO
ilio* front room*, communicating; $10 each, and
one back room, $7; all in good condition. M. D. PECK,
Room 2. myl4-3t
F>B BENT?ELEGANT OFFICES, 1ST FLOOR^
1319 F St. Apply W. BILAY DEEBLE.
ap27-lm Baaeaient.
FOB RENT?MISCELLANEOUS^
FOR SALE?LOTS.
F
P)RULE??ETXBa OF THE BFST (XMtNKKK
in EckiTitrton. on um of eWtri<"tl nil war. ???>n- !
CPft?-'l *Tr( 1. w?t? r, ihi.lo tr**? * ai?d aulrwalV.
At a.t*rru:xi \o mu ?ui> v>ui\ Imauirv t ' JOHN
u. JOH%M>K.ir!x rat m\l?> 3t
JO* BALE?OV ITOrOHTOK ST . OVERLOOK*
the city and ih*r. Law oak atrr.** wer.ira*.
concrrtM rtrwt, near ?ar* au<1 bcrvlin. alio *? "ii>
fronts** and depth desired, 4125 to 41.50. JOHN
O. JOHNSON. t?2s F at. myl?-3t
TE?OR SALT A BEAUT1F1L LOT ox Q II . BC
?T tween 29th snd 90th sts., at a res?onah't flirurr Let
20x100. HILL ft JOHNS rOX.
myltf-31 lft03 1V:iu-> lvaaia ave. n.w.
Fon sale - three nice lots. is ffft
frcnt eai h by abottt MO *.*?t to alt*'* > ?t t ear
Electric railway. 4M4.\ 4MM3 and 41,0M? reap.- ti?. .
sdjoininff new brick. sl..tr?ct fiiraished Kl *T A
HUNGER FORD. ?24 14th ?t. ti w. my DVNt
I JOB SALT ? BE MTIFl'L LOT. .MHI'.M. 1 TH
*t . near Columbia Road. 3.V 1-- t ??? .rV ?
h?od rapidly improving Inquire at Root. 3it. u-.utoii
Building, 4.2 La. sve.. bet 10s.m. and 4 p.iu. IK-2W
For sale?labor Ltirs. north sipeniw
York ave. near lTtb at. n w . al*. MrLnui ave..
boat 4S% at., suitable for bmldimc puris eea
B H. WARNER ft OO.
myltV5t Mitt Pgt ? w.
I>)R SALE?ONE OF THE MOST IM IJOH I El ELY
situated Lot# iu the city. ?J'.tVH) tt. t.> <? 1.1. ill. >
fscinr neeof the beat circles in the northwe-t. aoiitli
ea*t front; choap if sold at once. W MiltEN li
CHOATE, AttornrT-at-U*. 130~HI ?t. ti ? iulB-3*
I^OR SALE DESIKA11LE noLTIIEAs'! PI 'Ll'
ing lota?06 feet front by about 1 oo W, out'M..
near Hth..., tl.V
42. 11.100, ira D at.. bet. 7th ami Stn sts . . ?5c.
00x110, on 7lb at., bet. C and M.l. ave 70c
WESCOTT ft *IU'OX.
_myl5-4* 1W07 (iml
I~|?OR SALE?ATA BABGAIN SEVERAL CMOK ?
Lots on Meridian Hill an t Lamer Heirh's
one or three Lota on 14tb at., at l??s than 1 urnnt
price*. U?UI9 P. SHOEM AK1 R,
njl.V3t WStO P at. u.w.
I" JOB SALE?A VERY DFSIRAHI E Lot ON HI
lumbia H> ig-hts. near 14tb tt , i rr t -.-t
J R HERTFORD,
myl.vst Flaming Huiia;U(f, 141H<lat
IjoR SALE- SOME M.RY DtslKAltLV Bl ILD
r Inff L> t*. on north axle of M, near N 't-t'i ?'a, 1
?t... oi'ioaite ground held at JH?c . Olily s\?ohM
STEDT * BRADLEY. S?J7 E at a w. 11 >14 It
|X)H SALE-TWO EXCELLENT Bl'II.DlNO UlTK.
J? "0x100 each to alley, ou north ot M st , brtv.ecu
KorthCai>. aud 1st n.w., price 80c S\V< >HM< ! E1?T
A BRADLEY. 027 E at. n.w. ? ;> 14 ?(t
1JOR SALE -A LOTS, *J0 FEET PROS 1 I H BY
r 0'- on Patterson at. Juat off North Capitol, bet. M
and N st?. Only :t.V.
uiy 14-Ht SWORM8TEDT ft BRADLEY !'--'7 F 11 w.
l^OK SALE?EINK BCILDINO LOT ON HOLTH
r side V at., near 13th. :iox *0 ft., water and aewrr
ixniicctionH inatle, one aide wall. fruit and fli werx iu
r?art irotid inyeatnient, LUMi V at. BiyEI-tit*
IJMHt SALE-LOT 4, BI>K'K 31." COLl'MBTA
Heitrhta. north aid>- Koan..ke at., lHih and 14th ?t?..
lot .">0x15(1: 75c! per foot, l or t?rui?, ft> , apply to
M. B. LATIMER. 11th and Peuuaylvama ave.my 11 -tit
HALE-LOT 37XK.VH, ON D 8T . NEAR N
J.a*e. ? e.; deairable nenrhburluKid. pla< <-fortwu
liotiaea: cbaap. i. H. GRAY A CO.,
myll-Ot ?37 K at.
FOR BALE?TO BUILDERS AND INVESTORS?
I will aell. cheap, in bb? kaor aimrly, the uiuat e.*o
lioinlcal lots in thr best improved square: au north
east. W. L. BCRFORD, 14-'^ N. V ate. ap0O-4w*
I^ViR BALE-LOTS IN WAOOAMAN ANI> Kl
dent's wlditioti to the city of Wuehiutrtnii.forUM'rly
called Woodlcy Park. '1 tils property isaitnateat th?
teriiunua of i>>niiecticut ave. extended, uud atljoitia
Kalora;i.s Heitrhta, the new l>nd.T aud the pari !nw,
and near by the propoa.yl Zool<?ri. m4ma An alar
trie road will be conatructed. a charter baviu? alrea>:y
beeu obtained from CouyrvSH. Siw-i i?i pri?-es to |?eo
ple of pronslnence who will bttihl tiua boiisna
Call tor plat; alao bnlletia ot cheap i'ro| rt}
J NO. E. VAlHlAtlAN',
myl0-3m 700 14tb at.
F_ OR SALE-DESIRABLE Bl'lLDIN'ti l.oT. ??P
xlol, Just ott of Ma?. ave , and front.lit* Kulo
r&iiia, price *3,300. DL'LAN Y ft Will I (> .,
my4-"Jw 1320 '
I~~M)k"^aee: 00 ijOTS liv "FAIRVIl W. ? h
tween Exkinirtou and National l-Vir irrounda. '.'">x
100 and 2.*>xl2(i, fr?>ui 41 .">tit?> eaM terina
Tbi* aubdiviaioit i* on Uie line of Inipcoventeots 1.1. I
afford* au opix.rtunity for ioveatint nt. lor plats and
Information a{>ply tu REST ft HI Nrtl .Rl'oKD.
?|MoS4 KS4 1 Itb *t n.w.
1>>H SALE WK OFFER SOME CHOICE HA li
irultis in lota on ltltli stre. t. Sew Han.ifhire a?e ,
IStliat., hnt. Sst , -Jl?t st. near N, .MlxlOO. I uiversity
1'arU. Roanoke at , Coluiubia H< iclita, Lanier Henrlit-,
Meridian Hill. Waah .nKi.11 Heitrhts.
JAMES A. HATES A CO .
ap20-lm 1407 Fat, u.w.
t~ X>B SALE?
1 8.000 FEET OF GROUND:
New Hampahire ave. J5th and H sta., will make
twelve or more lotaof not leas than 15 f-*et ttonbitc
_apl6 FRANK B OONOLR. 1415 1 at.
Fob balr
THAT SPLENDID LOT
on tr ntheaat corner New Hauii'shite ave. and R st. at
<3 per foot. FRANK B. CONOER.
aplG 141,< Est.
1X)R SALE-VERY DESIRABLE LOTS IN Ml
Pleasant and Mendian Hill. Also I.nt? corner of V
aud 17th st? $1 and 41-25 per foot. These Lot* are
all appreciating.tn value, aud will be profitable as in
vestment. J/R. HERTFORD, Flemiuif Buildintr,
1419 Ust. ap'JOliu
JBUSINESS CHANCES.
<*rilHE WOULD DO MOVE"-REMEMBER THE
A ?'Terrestrial Clock." RAMSAY has cut the
prices: watches cleaned, #1 . first-class main-apritiKs.
warranted one year, #1. all 1 k aud Jewel-y work at
the lowest prices in the city ; we defy comp. titiou.
1224 Fat, n.w. _ (U4H
[TOR SALE i.OOD WILL AND FIXTURES OF
F
Stock Brokerage offl< ?. excellent location Addn-sa
BROKER, Star otnoe. uij I 4 M*
W" ANTED- $2,000 FOR :i TO "5~Y'EARS AT ?
i?r ceut, payable senii-anuually . security. re*lt},
worth 44.50O. house insured for amount of loeu. no
brokerage paid. Address LOAN E? Star offiie.
my 15-1 w*
Government clerks-can add largely
to their Income by Investing in the ailk colony at
Odetiton. Only ? few more lots for sale at #:t00. For
particulars inquire at office, SOUTHERN SILK AS
SOCIATION. 410 7th st n.w. mjl.Vat*
1>JR" SALL-OOOD CORNER KESTAl'KANT Do
in* good business, stock, fixtor s au I s* >d will
must be sold cheaii, proprietor in luul health, will
leave city. Apply 315 Q. cor. 4lh. n.w. my 14 .11?
WAlTip-itt AN ATTORNEY IK GOOD s i AND
11 Ih)r before all departments, to borrow #3,000 f>-r
two years at 7 per cent security, 7,000 pension and
miscellaneous claims now pending Can repay amount
at the rate of $250 to 4500 i*r mouth, interest on
full amount borrowed, to ruu for full term. Address
ATTORNEY, Star office. my 14 -It*
Business in distant city requiring my
attention, will dispose of lease and stock uf beat
loi sted Livery Stable in city, dointr *,.?! business
unite number of reimlar boarder* Opi?ortuiiity sel
dom met with. Address R.S.W., Star office. myl.Mif
PERSONS seeking INVESTMENT W1LL DO
well to communicate with us at once We ran place
from $1,000 to 410,000 on flr*t-cla>? Yinnnia real es
tate at 7 per cent interest JOHN F. FEIIltEY A CO.,
Fall* Church, Va. Washiuirton Telephone 0 uucction ,
caU 707. m> 11 I w
FOB SALE?at a GREAT SACRIFICE STOCK,
fixture*, and ?rood will of a lon>f-estalili'.!;ed st"re.
Eocerits, hardware, i?ints. oils and varnish, notions,
?.; onlur alKiut to leave the city . no reasonable otler
refused. Call between 10 a.m. aud 3 pan. daily. 1 "Jol
4H St. aw. myS-lrn
LUNCH BOOH FOE KALE,"IMHNO GOOD Busi
ness, to the rifrht party, ei SJ leru s, safisfaatory
reasons for aellinir. Address LUNCH, Star ofhee.
my3-lm
VAT M. 1. LATIMER. SURVEYOR AN D CI VIL ENGI
11 ueer. Address 11? Hsrrison St., Atiarostia. D. O.
Special attention to subdivision of suburban prop
erty. my4-3iu*
COUNTRY BOARD. *
WANTED-SIX OR EIGHT SUMMER BoARD
crs.inlar?re house; irocd location, shadv,trns ii
yards trood soit water; also milk. Apply Mrs. BE i
TIE CO\ ERSTON, Front Royal, War ren Co., Va.
uiy lB-3tl
" A LMEIDA."?THIS DELIGHTFUL COUNTRY
J\. place is reoi>ened for siiiumer Isarders; terms.
$25 |iermonth. MISS l ANNIE CROW,
my 16-th.a, m,3t* Berry Mile. Va.
R- OCKVILLE. MD?HIGH, SPACIOUS GROUNDS;
beautiful outlook. five minutes from depot. 14
| trains each way; lartre ro nil: southern ex|swure.
rooms adjoinintr mansion, with day Ix srd for yotuir
I trentlemeu If desired. Adilress MONTGOMERY. Star
j office. m> lK-3t*
* * riAHE MAPLES," A FEW PLEASANT R' .oMs
X vai'snt. Mrs KEN NAD?, Laurel. Maryland.
myl4-3t* ^
OARDERS FOR the BUMMER TAKEN AT
Louse formerly occupied by Mis* Jane Jsunev.
Hamilton. Loudoun county. Vs.; location hi^h ami
healthy, tfood table fare; laiye, shady yard; ice, fruit
fcc.. refereucee given and required. MRS. U. L RICH-.
ARD8. myl4-3w_
After juke the ist, we will accommo
date boarders at our home at Chestnut Grove,
200 yards from det>ot and poat-olBce. No children
desired from 2 to 7 years of w; temn- mod, rate.
myl4-tif mrs A. E. DARBY. GaithersburK, ML
CITY BOARDERS TAKEN FOR THE SUMMER;
1 mile from Hamilton, lit from depot large new
building, containing 11 rooms. heslth\ local 1 n Fur
ther uarticulars apply to Mr. and Mrs. \Y. T. KoGI.Rs,
Hamilton, Loudoun county, Va. myl4-3t*
IMRST-CLASS BoARDINti HOUSE. PLEASANTLY
located lor summer boarders. Address Mrs. F. W.
JENNINGS, Warrentou, Va. iny 11 1 w*
Ul'MMER BOARDERS WANTED MONT VIEIT
i3 hotel. Front Royal. Va. Within four hours of
Washington; commodious building, shady piaazas,
fruit abundant, scenery beautiful,, tiass tisl.iUK hue.
Write for particulars. JOHN F. STINSON, Prop,
myl 1 -lm
IT AWNDALE NOW OPEN. MRS. K. COX. FRED
1_J enck. Md. Send for circular. my 11-tit*
SUMMER BOARD ON NORTH HILL FARM-LO
(3 cated near the Shenandoah rirer. water aud moun
tain acenery: beautiful location, healthy. Write lor
circular furniahing details aud terma.
C. M. CASTLEMAN.
P. O. Csatleman's Ferry. Clarke County, Va.
my?-eotJyl5
CUMMER BOARD CAB BE OBTAINED AT I.IN
coin. Ixnidnnn county. Vs.; short drive froai Pur
cellaville surion; conveyance furnished beautiful
ai-enery. dsnciug facihtiea good, terms reaaouable.
For particular* address C. N^THOMPSON. mylO-bt*
*< WHEATLAND." IN A BEAUTIFUL AND
11 healthy locsiity. good table and iooderate
terms; KM hours from Washington; guests limited to
14. ROB1. B. WRIGHT. W heatlani Luudonn Co., Vs.
myS-2sr*
Burgundy house - open foe summer
boarders; 8 miles from Alexandria; H mile from
railroad; large house; fine rooms, lsrve, shady
grounds; trains met .twice a day. BTRGUKDi."
HOUSE, Alexandria. Va. mys lui*
T30ARD IN THE MOUNTAINS - delightful
Jt> board in the mountains of Va : plenty of shade.
large lawn; ice and milk: spring water, and sulphur
and iron water; conveyances for guests. Address
Mrs. J. STOCKTON. Rio, Albemarle Co, Va. myl -lm
?PRINO BABE FABM OPENS MAY 16; OON:
venient for gents in office. meet trains twice per
T: fruit, ice and milk in abundance, lufk aud
healthy, terms ?&T SPRING BANK, Alexandria, Va.
ap25-lin*
BOARDING.
mm El JtMERE 1408 H ST.
Special gammer ratea Two pat _
room. my-9-lia*
nOOMB AND FIBST-CLASS TABLE BOARD I
KW a moat iealrahls neighborhood; coovantent I
cars a>d dspartmeats. privats baths: references.
1405 H St. a-w.
rooBjfcWtti
?s MWITTi
13TH
to all '
ITS ft. *-W? RIGHT
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. "2 ' SI *?* ^"ri < arTMr> and Har
I J.W. KriH>ait. ,ry. *r> atrr larKalua tLai. ?*r? tver M
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a.w. Uaiii^ ail'. Kola , t. r .aal, or^u Ulue *.f '
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l iatHj. (rood aa new full} w*rra!.t.-ri lor * 1'5
'im",;<1 ">*?iucludwt. At,t. U WILD* l>K>Mt)
_"" ' "? "? ?' w. ui)4
l^i.U SALK lvsriivt llAta4AlK? IN 1 HE
U|T.(flit 11.ii,,i[?. to eX' UaUtff lor nuuam
and ."Ki."-. tern mi t, -uit t.uj r 1 ML 1Ia.no
ui> T lu! tuel'illtig Ming Kouae, Mia K av?.
F; ''tr,A1LK "" ' X' H>N^? * 1 IHL H' .|;>i and
.. .^ . . .'^azaiii, i*4o La a?t .. tl., lanri;?T and moat
uoiui .ete ktm k ol nrw and mv ooJ baud e?t?ii?un-t ,o
t a rr.nwiw. to(. and no to|' Surnia. ;uuip-aeat ( ununa
Fatk i uaeu/ns. Conic IK? k^waya. V ictoriaK. 1?.Mil a
I tiaetoaa, U?|' and no tof Kuifa-ie?. hiwedin^ Ntatrona,
l.i*d Call*, faucy l>t-li\rr> Wairoua. Mi.k t> aa i,>
Uaif*iia*a-Vilrr*" ^,rn' w*T"'la. Varniati.-i
?''d ?? L.-ltia. t ull at.Kk atao ol LUrneaa
ol i*v.T) deacniaion at reaaoiialde j rltca and on tua
Uloat lil.nl U rlua.
Hole mf. nt lor tne Courtlaiid Waaroua
1 liie Cariiatrt a, Uu.>-.,? and sjri.jr Watfona
ai'V.'4-lui -*~y b:" ?S?EB.
|^>E 8ALE-??EEAT HEDI-CTIOK I.N PHICES TO
X Kducemjr atoi'k of Uu^jpea, L?_ io|' t'nwuina.
Ex.-1o|> bnrreya, ?'ut-l i,.l r Surrey^ CMouv-luu
tV.T'i."- - ti"1;' srr*UK Pna. toua, Miniatun Plj?eU>ii?
t n !,ma?. 1^-tor I baetotiH a ?i*x ialt? . ai.,l tuts dil
lrrent kiuda of ouaineaa %w, n? and triu-ka. aol? ?a?nt
for tlie Oolniubua Kuaio Ob. tcliiclea, hj tr. ulX t,T
hhom ai rk whetlioryou buy or u,<. j K 1k.ii.kV
cor. t>tb and N. I. av. and 1 Mjcl at.ti.vi. a. J'i. ju?
j"OK SALI AlVEK VtHI CAl.KlAGLb NEV> iND
--I,a;.,1-triiu th? U t tiiakcra Lan laua.
Ooui-cs. Broutrbama, Vn tonaa, 1 Caru. \ Ulajr, < a~i7
Eenaiiufton ?aa?na, bumrlea. 1Pba,4ouaI
H airouejea and Mybt tVarbw Ala.. a laraw lint- o?
lint barneM?. Njt.lal tincea to the tra<it
.V'uce-frtvatr laiuiiit-a, d?uroua ot ettiier buj ,m,?r
?cilluK t.irnouta, ?iU ftlid it to their advantage to ,-ali
on me, an iuy la<-ihtie? lor Uit ' tajd aaie ot
Uonea. < arnatrna. Hanieas. Ac, are u,
my hrnua. ?tabu5f aud ator^ I* u"
fiiA ^yt-atabliahi.ii'nt in Um,v,uuU) u M a
lub 10 .'tin "u " ? ? ?Unul??urM
1
F
I?OK SALE?OtTl KVCH K ?iE sp|;l>t< AND SI M
luer l arnapes la full ai?t rouipb-te ?i. ?* at>! t
tbat are corna t aud eiclnaitt our I'ri.t* for tirvt
t'laaa work are very Little lilKUt r, it au}. tbau a bat >. u
I?ay for interior work eiat-wnere. Il )ou roiitenipiate
l,ur>.baainM we Would be (deitaed to abow you ti.tr Oeal
aaaortiut'Ut ut carriatrea in tbe, ny
A.VDUEV i JOYCE,
apliKlm 41" Ui 410 14th atraat.
|A()K 8ALI-VABXISHK1) WAtKIK'H .CAUKEET1 K^
1 tumitun.', milk, and f.-ed wavona. aiat, ilatforui
ai.rttiir waifoca, carnatrea and Lupine* '? ftnirea, U
si rimf carta, aud 1 pon} cart, on t?; i,..>ni,ii ta.
Jul IN J. COOE. 3-".<6 M at
k[>ti-3m ? eat Waahlnyum.
_ JOHN M. TOl'NO
lnxitea Carriage Muyt r? t,, raannue h? larrt- aUx kaf
New utid Nt-. oLid band VeblClea of All Bt} lea. at bla
New iiepoaitory, 47y and 4SJ C at. u. w ,
mbUO-Hai Eaarof Kationai HotaL
MJH SALE-TUE "OTTO" UAb LSulNE RE
tiuirea do la-iler . a\.,i4a all elpt l,al\e attendauce;
no loaa ot nine. no bandliUif of fuel h*-ud lor circular
lift D BALLaTi- . Aft. '. 1*1 7tb at. nl?
?
SUBURBAN PROPERTY.
Halpin village,
HALl'IN VILLAGE,
HSLP1N VlIXAOa
TWO MII.ES THIS SllfE OE KOtikVILLET
On tin kletroiK'litan Bran, ii b k O h R.
LOCATION UNsl lvPAbttLD - J'KICE LOW.
Tbia New Subdivision.
HAI-KIN \ILL AO E
la beautifully laid out in Iota of about 8Oi]t|0 teat,
witb atreeta aud aveuue. already made 50U abada
treea aud plank aidewalka ou ail tbf atreeu aud ave
nue* Uailruad traiua atof at Haltm V liiatfe Several
of tbe moat dejirable lota are lo.ated on the i?lrbrat*d
Itorkvllle turnpike. Prtct-a aud ternia of aata. w
iretber with deaeri|'tl?e pUU. niaj be obtained, aa wall
aa all iufonnatiou wbk-b mat bt- ileal red bt l*r
who t'ontuupiaU- buildina borne* or for petaoual i
uiauou. at the real en late ofBce of
JNO. A PRE8COTT.
Eellocv Btulditia,
my 15 1m 1416 F at.
TO LEASE - WOODLEY. OK WOODLEY LAN E,
Sftet-u uiinutea' dn>e from bouudart. with lurni
tore If a. 1 j for un-uiano . beater, rnture and hot and
cold water. baa It: ?t-t laaa barn aud carriatrr ' riwia.
with cottage for irardnier. excellent i*aturaff*. and
complete outai ot tanuiar uteuatla can be laaaad with
tbe place.
Kf r other information aj.t>lv on the pretmaaa or W
CKAKE. PAKK18 k CO.. Baniera. Ebtatt Houar
iuy7-Lni
P)B BALE?AT BKANCHVILLE HEIGHTS, ON
Waalnnirtuu brant L B and O., 9 milaa from Waah
incton beautifully lo?M loh luuiauli at sta
ll ofi. at from <150 to A3UO prr lot; -?b '~|-rn
on rarr eaat term.. Tor .'lata he. call on Ki DFURD
W. W AL.EEK. lOOtl r at. ?uy4-l?
buurtuu branch B and O., 9 milaa from Waah
beautifully located lota humeeiateli at ata
lr.111, i l5o to A3UO per lot; t'.'o ?r,
on very eaa) terms, for .'lata he. call on Ki DFORD
W W Al.KEK. 1 (MKi FaL iny4-l?
fJ^AEOMA I'ABE.
LEWIS * he A TON'S WEST END ADDITION
The Uirueat and beat iwrt of Takuota Park juat aub
divided. oul) three aguaraa from the etauoa. and ad
^udnc the moat thk kly aattiad portioa of the uM
A srr
aarvad for
Krvten
A complete abstract
Park kept up to date.
a K. jgftx
adforthauae
the station at tra? prtoaa
at tltie for
LEWIS h
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