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LA BLANCHE AND Ll'CIE.
The Marine Knock* Out the Philadel
phia 11 in Thirteen Rounds.
Sax Faascisco. May 2V.?The first of ? series
of contests for the middle weight champion
ship of America to be given at the rooms of the
California Athletic club took place last night in
a battle between George La Blanche, of Boston,
the marine, and Mike Lucie, of Philadelphia.
The fight was to a finish Marquis of Queens
burr rules. La Blanche was one pound heavier,
weighing in at 155. and was slightly a favorite
in betting. . _ _
Lucie was seconded by Tommy Warren and
Jack Watts. La Blanche by Paddy Gorman and
Martin Murphy; Hiram Cook, referee.
The first round opened at 9:20. Both men
Sarred cautiously. Lucie breaking ground.
i Blanche led with his left lightly. Lucie re
2onded with his left on the ribs and slipped.
l Blanche forced him into a corner and dealt
him one in the wind. Lucie led with his left.
La Blanche turned and it passed over hi#
shoulder. Some rushing followed, no heavy
blows being struck.
In the second round La Blanche feinted with
his left, and got one on the left ribs that made
him puff. Lucie got a left-hand slap on the
marine's chin, followed by several swings on
the latter'# ear. A clinch followed. Lucie got
one in the wind, with a stop on the chin. La
Blanche held himself well together, and the
round closed with some light blows.
La Blanche forced Lucie against the ropes in
opening the next round, but the latter got
awav La Blanche left himself open and re
ceived one on the nose. Lucie reached his
wind and La Blanche tapped him on the nose.
Lucie returned with one on the lip. gamin#
first blood. , , , ...
In the fourth round La Blanche forced the
fighting, and received some roasters in the left
eve. Lucie continued to slip away from hun
and appeared much more nimble, getting two
in on tne nose and one on the wind, while La
Blanche was unaole to find him. La Blanche,
however, made several skips and honors were
about equallv divided at the end of the round.
Lucie led 'for his antagonist s wind in the
fifth round and a clinch followed. The men
broke and La Blanche dealt Lucie a sound blow
on the ear. Lncie led several times, but gen
erally fell short. * .
In the sixth round La Blanche rushed and
Lucie stopped him with blows on the nose anu
in hw wind. La Blanche again rushed him,
but was cleverlv stopped. Lucie was cool,
while La Blanche" was breathing hard.
The seventh round was a tame afiair. but tne
men were awake in the next bout. The ma
rine drove Lucie against the ropes with Ins left,
andthev fought around the ring. Lucie finding
La Blanche's face and wind easily. La Blanche
began to get warmed up. and found Lucie s
nose twice. ..... , ,
The men sparred briskly in the ninth round,
but little hard fighting was done.
In the next bout, however, some brisk work
was done. Lucie tickled La Blanche's ribs sev
eral times, and the latter then got in a clean
right bander on Lucie's nose, knocking him
down This roused the marine, and. advancing
his right foot, h< knocked the Philadelphia boy
down again with a terrific right hand upper
' "lii the eleventh round La Blanchc forced the
fighting, and with right and left hand swings
drove Lucie from corner to corner. La
Blanche's careful generalship was telling on
Lucie, who was now hitting wildly. The heav
iest blows of the fight were delivered in this
\ud the last round. .
La Blanche again forced the fighting m the
twelfth round, giving Lucie right and left
banders in th- face. Lncie broke ground and
La Blanche followed liiui around the ring, get
ting- some good blows. Lucie fell, but ro-e a
second before the round closed, dazed with a
left-hander in the eye.
Lucie was groggv at the opening of the next
round. The marine knocked him flat on his
back with a light right-hander. Lucie arose
at the expiration of ten seconds apparently un
injured. but the fight had been awarded
La Blanche.*
A ten-round glove contest between Johnny
Aaron, of Boston, and Dan Mahoney, of this
citv. light weights, preceded the principal
tigljt. The fight was a clever one and wus won
by Aaron. _
GREAT FIRES IN JAPAN.
Ten Thousand People Have Been Ren
dered Homeless.
Chicaoo, May 29 ?A dispatch from Sau Fran
. isco savs: A Facific mail Bteamer arrived yes
terday "bringing Chinese and Japanese news.
Great fires are rt ported in Japan which occurred
on May 3. At Yokoto a thousand houses were
destroyed. The fire originated in the residence
quarters about 10 o'clock at night and burned
tor sixteen hours. Many lives were lost. The
emperor subscribed over il.OOO out of his own
purse for the relief of the sufferers. About
10.000 people were rendered homeless. On
Oshima island an eruption took place April 13.
and destroyed more than half the houses on the
island.
Another peculiar disease lias broken out in
Tukadagun. the victims dying five hours after
being attacked. A series of earthquakes was
followed by the opening of the ground a thou
sand feet long by three wide.
STRIKING .MINERS DEPRESSED.
The German Authorities by Prompt Ac
tion Have Frustrated Their Plans.
Losr>os. May 29.?The German authorities
are jubilant at the lesson which they consider
they have taught the strikers in Westphalia at
the cost of comparatively littie violence consid
ering the threatening aspect of affairs. Suffi
cient coal was readily obtained from England
and Belgium, and the object of the German
miners was frustrated. There was no time
given for practical affiliation with the English
unions, and there being a temporary glut of
coal in the English market the foreign demand
was promptly supplied. The striking miners
are greatly depressed by the unforsetn manner
in which their sacrifices have been rendered
nugatory, and there is a bitter feeling against
the English workmen, which is uot altogether
deserved.
AS INTERNATIONAL LABORER*' ASSOCIATION
is the dream of the most intelligent and a pos
sibility of the future, but race prejudice and
national jealousies are hard to overcome, while
the quickuess of modern communication gives
unplover* an immense advantage over the era- j
ployed in dealing with necessities which can be I
product <1 at widely different localities. Vet
the difficulty is one that will have to be met !
again and again by those who traffic in human j
labor, and with every recurrence the workman
gain experience and confidence.
SBVEBE EDICTS AOA1NST SOCIALISTS.
The increased severity of the edicts against j
soc ialism is worthy of note. The Swedes have
not been particularly noted in the past for I
rebelling against authority, and Americans |
may be interested to learn that the cause of (
the recent displays of socialistic activity there !
are attributed to discontent caused by letters ,
received from relatives and friends who have I
found a more congenial home in the United
States. The kin? and the first chamber have
been checked by the lower bouse, which still
refuses to pass the bill gi\ing the government !
more power to repress, and utterly denies the
need for such a measure.
The Spanish journals have made light of the
agrarian disturbances near Valencia, but pri
vate advices state that several lives were lost
before the manifestations were quelled, and
that the peasantry have demanded the passage j
of laws tending to ameliorate their condition.
Three of the persons arrested at the Hague
for being concerned in the treasonable act of
replacing the national standard by a socialist
flag during the rejoicings there at the king of
Holland's resumption of power have been re
leased. and the others a ill probably be let go
?uvu. wartu ularly as the evidence against them
Is by no means convincing.
Tte butch and Belgian societies formed to
teach the risinv generation the history and in
culcate the doctrines and ideas of the French
revolution of a century ago. have gained a
membership that has attracted the unfavorable
notice of their respective governments, and
measures are about being taken to prevent
their further growth and nullify their in
fluence.
Killed His Wife and then Himself.
Evassvillz. Ixd.. May 29.? Last night Al
bert Wilson, a railroad man. fatally shot his
young wife and then sent a bullet through bis
own brain. He died instantly. Wilson was
?bout thirtv years old. while his wife was much
younger. They had no childran and lived hap
pily until about three months ago, a hen he be
gan to suspect her of infidelity.
A Jockey Probably Fatally Injured.
Chicaoo. May 29.?The races at the West
Bide park v ester fay afternoon were attended
by a severe accident. In the fourth race, in
which there was an unusually large field of
horses. Saratoga fell and? broke his leg. His
ticker, the veteran Enoch Turner, was struck
j oiie of the other horses and sustained in
juries from which it is feared he cannot re
cover. Saratoga, who was valued at ?1,000, was
?hot.
7br 00*r Tft+jrap/iu Aeirs Set fayta 1 and 5.
SOCIAL MATTERS.
May Weddings ? What Fashionable
People are Doing.
Miss Phoebe E. Sneden. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Sneden. of So. 716 4th street, and
Mr. Henry 8. Haight. of 11th and 8 streets and
Vermont avenue, were married last evening at
8 o'clock in Wesley chapel, corner of F and 6th
streets, by the Be v. James P. Wright, pastor of
the church. Mr. Walter Pumphrey. Mr. Chas.
Shreve. and Mr. Harry W. Chew acted as
u=hers. and Mr. Alfred E. Sneden. brother of
the bride, attended the groom as best man.
All the men of the bridal party wore favors of
Puritan roses. The bride wore a traveling
dress of steel gray poplin with a full vest of
white surah silk, a hat of white mull and
Neapolitan braid trimmed with white satin and
spny of stephanotis. She carried a bouquet of
white Puritan roses. After the service Mr. and
Mrs. Haight returned to the home of the bride
] and received the congratulations of their
' friends. Later the bride donned a traveling
hat and cloak to match her dress and
the pair departed on their bridal tour to be ab
set for ten days. On their return they will re
side in this city. Among those at the church
were the parents of the bride. Mr. and Mrs.
Sneden. Miss Gussie Sneden. sister of the bride,
Mr. i:nd Mrs. Henry Haight, sr.. Mr. and Mrs.
William Harvey Cutter. Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Goodno, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Lake. CoL end
Mrs. J. C. Abbott, Mr. Joseph McCann. Mr.
and Mrs. G. T. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Sneden, Miss Cora Sage. Miss Ree Carroll. Misa
Louise Lusby, Miss Luella Haight. Mrs. Lizzie
Lake and Miss Olive Lake.
Misa Effie Bennett, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
H. M. Bennett and Mr.Charles J). Decker of the
Washington office of the Baltimore Amnrican,
were married last evening at 6 o'clock in the
Metropolitan M. E. church. Dr. Corey, pastor
of the church, performing the ceremony. The
bride wore a becoming traveling dress of gray
cloth. Mr. Louis Garthe acted as best man. The
bride was given in marriage by her father, and
Mr. Richard Oulahan, Sir. Frank Stevens. Mr.
Benjamin Graves and Mr. Eugene Davis seated
the large and fashionable audience that wit
nessed the ceremony.
Masonic Temple was gavly lighted last even
ing for the annual dramatic soiree of the
French dramatic society, the "Circles dee Pre
cieuses Rididules." The following program was
effectively rendered: "Aus Arrets"?Paturet,
M. Buynitsky; Amalie. Mile Key; La Revanche
de Raoul-Raoul, Mr. Le Breton; Albert. Mr.
Preston; Joseph, Mr. Young; Madame de Beau
lieu. Madame Merrill jViscomtesse de Pontelais,
M'lle Young: Cecille, M'lle Coues. "Le Coup
de Soliel"?Le Comte de Roger. M. Dumaine;
Oscar des Pruniers. M. Dumaine. fils: Jean,
Mr. Yonng; LaBarrone. M'lle Richards; Bertlie,
M'lle Key. The Georgetown Orchestra fur
nished the music and a large audience was in
attendance.
A cable special to the New York lb raid says
that Mr. Stilson llutchins gave a farewell ban
quet at the Victoria hotel, London, last even
ing. Among those present were Jacob Bright,
M. P.; Mrs. Bright. Consul General New. Mrs.
New, Major Handy and wife. Miss Agnes Hunt
ington. Miss Effie Huntington, Col. and Mrs.
Jameson, Brau Stoker, of the Lyceum theater;
Mas O Hell. Gen. John B. Henderson and wife,
Mr. C. D. and Mrs. Willard, Miss Mignon Con
ner. Gen. Roddy, Major E. A. Burko and Lee
Hatch ins.
Miss Virginia Hay, daughter of the late Mal
colm Hay. assistant postmaster-general under
President Cleveland, and John H. Stewart, of
Pittsburg, were married in Newark, N. J., yes
terday, by the Rev. Henry Barbour, rector of
Trinity Episcopal chnrch.
Miss Fannie Earle. of Philadelphia, is visit
ing Miss Nellie May. 2119 F street northwest.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith, of 1533 P street,
sailed this morning from New York for Liver
pool. They will visit England, Scotland, and
Ireland during June and then spend several
months on the continent. They will return in
October.
Mrs. S. S. Cnlbertson has gone to Ohio to
spend the summer. Ill-health prevented her
returning calls on numerous friends. She ex
pects to return in the fall.
Col. and Mrs.W.W. Flemming, 1227 Connecti
cut avenoe, entertained last evening theC'orean
legation, including the ladies, with a few
friends.
Mayor Grant will be best man and Assistant
District Attorney Seinple, and ex-Assistant Dis
trict Attorney Delaneev Nicol will be among
the nshers at the wedding of E. S. Ives and
Miss Waggaman next Wednesday morning at
Trinity church.
Mrs. L. J. Fisb, of Martinez, California, and
Mrs. T. T. Pettit, of Bement. Illinois, aro visit
ing their sister. Mrs. R. G. Whiting, of Hyatta
viile. Maryland.
???
The City Post-Oilice To-morrow.
The several divisions of the city post-oftice
and branch stations will be kept open for the
transaction of business for the public on deco
ration day. May 30, until uoon. A delivery by
carriers will be made at 8 o'clock a. m. The
collections will be made at 5 a. m. and 5 p. m.
The carriers' windows will be open from 5 to 7
p. ni. The general delivery will not be closed.
Transfers ot Heal Estate.
Deeds in fee have been filed as follows: T. F.
Schneider to W. J. Palmer, sub 195. square 155;
S?. Oliver Cox to Jennie Marche, sub 42 and
43, square 866; S?. H. J. Pearce to A. C.
Clark, sub 1, square 943; if?. S. S. Henkle,
trustee, to J. W. Shiles. east half 7. res. D;
?2.725. C. Early to C. R. Newman, lot 1. block
6. lialorama Heights; i -. S. H. Wills to C. E.
Fiaser. lots 25 uud 26. block 5. T. and B's sub
Mt. Pleasant; ?2.250. J. B. Wiiner to Faunie
W. Washington, lots 3 and 4. block 5, Reno;
?300. Mary J. Rush to A. F. Marsh, sub 21,
square 401: ??.F. H. Loving to B. F. I.eighton,
lots 13 and 14. block 23. Brookland; $1,050. J. A.
Prescott to C. M. Carter etal., in trust, subs 37
to 44. sq. M58; ? ?. C. C. Duucanson to A. F.
Fox, pt. Peters' Mill Seat; C2.500. E. H. Mein
keim to Rosa Meinkeim, undivided half of pt. 5.
sq. 970; t350. T. Kirby to K. 11. T. Leipold,
pt. 20, sq. 24: $1,230.93. W. S. Vernan to E. L.
Cortrell. lot 22. blk. 22. Brookland: *600. Same
to Ernil Kleps et al.. lot 23. blk. 22, Brookland;
*525. Florence E. Smith to Anna S. Mallett,
sub 44. sq. 202; C2.500. S. E. Allen to Blauche
R. Harris, lots 1 to 3. 14 to 16. sq. 1070: i?. C.
E. Gibbs to C. V. Trott, sub 28, so. 310; *3.400.
Henry Mason to Mi.rtha A. Bagwell, lot 96. W.
and D.'s sub. Mt. Pleasant; *?. B. M. Ball to
11. I.. Ballentine, subs 67 to 76. sq. 614; -. T.
W.Scott to Theobald Frecli. part 46. sq. 867;
?. Appollonia Hutehingson to Cecio M.
Dean, part 5. 6 and 7, sq. 799; ??jl.SOO. T. L.
Cropley to J. E. Dyer, part 30. old Georgetown;
i 1.000. Faunie B. Ash to Robert A. Burton,
part 4. sq. 154; $ ?. J. A. Bates to W. D.
Walverton. lot 9 and 10. block 147. 3 and 9;
block 148. Burleith; . Same to S. Pratt, lot
3.!11 aud 17. block 147: 8. block 14;X 4, block
150. do.; ??. Same to F. W. Hess, lots 5 and
18, blk. 147; 12. blk. 148; 4 and 5. blk. 149. do;
???. Same to James Chester, lot 10. blk. 147; 1
and 10. blk. 148; 1 and 3. blk. 150, do.; $?.
Same to E. Davis, lota 2 aud 5, sq. 148, do.; 8?.
Same to C. A. Bennett, lots 7 and 15. blk. 147;
lot 2, blk. 150; . Same to H. R. Lemly, lot
8, blk. 147;3. blk. 149; 6, blk. 150, do.;'#-.
Same to J. M. Lancaster, lots 12.14 and 16, blk.
147; 1 and 2. blk. 149. and 5, blk. 150; . Same
to Eugene Griffin, lot 6. blk. 148;7, blk. 150. do.;
. Same to B. H. Randolph, lots 4, 13 and
21. blk. 147; 4 and 11, blk. 148; J. A.
Bates tr. to J. A. Bates, lots 6 aud 19, blk. 147,
do.; f?.
B. axv O. to Baltimore.? 24 trains on week
days. 17 trains on Sunday. Express time 45
minutes.
ALEXANDRIA.
Reported for Thk Evening Stab
Circuit CocBT. -The circuit court. Judge
Keith, resumed this morning the trial of the
suit of Willium Winters agt. the National press
brick company. Winters was at work digging
clay for the company last year when the bank
{ caved iu aud injured him. He claims that suf
1 ficient care was not taken to protect him and
> asks *10.000 damages. On the chancery side the
court has made a decree in the suit of the First
I Presbyterian chnrch of Alexandria county agt.
I. C. O'Neal and others, setting apart two acres
of the land coucerned for the use of the Pres
byterian church and ordering a sale of the resi
due.
The Firemen's MosrMEXT.?The Hydraulion
Are company lia? given shape to the proposal
for the removal from Ivy Hill cemetery iuto
town of the monument to the seven firemen?
Plain. Appich, Roach, Taylor, Green. Keene
and Evans?who died under the burned build
ing on King street in November. 1855. and last
uiglit appointed a committee to consult with
the^ other com pun its on the subject.
Notes.?The city finance committee is now
examining the boudsof the city officers elected
last week and to .go into office on the 1st of
July. The bouds given will be the same as last
year, except that Collector Gorman and Super
intendent Koxbury will give new bonds.
Messrs. Geo. 8. French, A. W. Armstrong and
John Perry, well-known citizens, who have
been ill. are improving. Geo. H. Green has
sold his house aud lot on Princess street, be
tween St. Asaph and Washington, at $600, to
Mr. B. W. Baflenger. The house is a comfort
able dwelling with a small lot. The Mechan
ics' building association No. 3 made its loans at
par at its last meeting.
"The Crown Tootb Brushes.'* Best on sarth. ?
WANTED?HELP.
V
W
WANTED - A REGlSTKRF.n PHARMACIST*
be?t of reference*. Add i ess TOLU, SUr offlc*.
my2H-3t
WANTED - A SEXTON FOB A CHURCH, CEN
trally located. Apply after 5 o'clock p.m.. at
i Room iiH. Corcoran Baildfng. No application will 1 e
| received before the time named. It*
\**ANTED-WOMEN COOKS, ilOTO *40; CHAM
" bernmida, Nuraea, and Laundrciwefi. in city or
i away Waiters, Driven", or Farm Hand*. Colored Men
I Cooks. 8AM'L A. COOMBS. B^.'C F si n.w. It*
VJANTED?MEN AND WOMEN COOKS. *10 TO
f $75. Chambermaids, Waitresses. Nursea. Laun
ilresaes, Drivirs, Waiter*. White Shirt I rollers, Uar
I denera, Farm and I>?try Men. Help of all kind*.
I DICK'S Atrency.#1 3 7th st. n. w. nr'9-M
W ANTED-A WHITE BOV IN A SHOE STORE
11 at T'i'J 7th st.. oiiii who has been in a shoe store
before preferred. Call bttweeu 7 and S p.m. It
? 1*7 ANTED - A RESI'ECTABLE MIDDLE-AGED
| * * white Woman to take of Child 3 years old and at
; tend to invalid mother: ninst have references. Ad
| dress Mrs. M. H. H.. SUroffl. e. It"
I ~VVANTED?SALESMAN WITH A TEA TRADE]
j It Address liox No. 1031 Philadelphia. II. lt_
! \\f AN TED?GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOV8E
li work; (tennai! preferred; 1M35 VTallach place,
i between lilth and 14tn and T and U sts. n.w.my2i*-'-t^
W AXTF.D-A WHITE BUY 1"> OR 10 YEAKS OLD,
11 to work in a urnx-ei y, at 726 7th st. s w.f one nav
I in* some exi>erience prebrred; reference required, l
! \VANTKI)-A COMPETENT COLORED MAN,
! If lit eused engineer. J. MAURY DOVE, List and I
streets. my'-^-?lt
: HrANTED?Gnu. FOB GKNBBAL HOUSEWORK;
' " must be competent cvx>k; no washing or ironing;
t (rood waires to right party; stay nights: none witfcout
' best city references need apply. ti'JO H st. n.w. It
\VAXTK1)-A COMPETENT-COOK FOR SMALL
11 family in the country; good wages and a perma
nent home to a satisfactory party: a middle-aged per
son preferred. Call from St to lo and ji to 4 o ? lock.
GOLDSBOROUGH BBOTHEBS & CO..
myOtt-.lt 1)031'eima. ave._
ANTED?FIVE CARPENTERS. APPLY TO 1316
14th st. ii.w. 11
JANTED?TWO FIRST-CLASS SKIRT HANDS.
Apply 181H 16th atjj.w. It
WANTED - AN EXPERIENCED INFANT'S
I " Nurse, to live with family in Takoma Park. Set
I tie colored woman preferred; beat city references re
j quired. Address M.. Star offlca. 1*
Wanted-capable salesman to intro
duceour goods; energetic man cau build up prof
itable and permanent business for hiinsell. Apply,
with references, to KOBACHEll'S DISINrECrAN 1
CO., Rochester, N. V. niy~.i-4t
"WANTED AT RELIABLE PARTY WITH CAPI
llf tal to take r. limited partnership, active or silent,
In a well known private Banking House in this city,
clearing to increase business; specialty, commercial
discounts: investments sale and profitable: free of
business expense, capital and securities entirely with
in investor's control. Address BANKERS, P. O. Box
?Jr.'ti. Washington, D. C. lnyl.-lm
A v A NT I.D-A COMPETENT COLORED WOMAN, !
11 to go north as cook and housekeeper to a physi
cian. Apply for three days at lO.'iOllth at. u. w.
uiyiiJS-.it* _______
7 ANTED?A CARPENTER AT UMBRELLA
Maker's, 11th st., opposite Star office, my2?-2t*
WANTEl)-A WHITE OIBL IN A SMALL FAM
" ily; must stay nights and willing to assist in
store. 2l!J0 l4thst. n.w. my~8-3t*
YV ANTED?A SETTLED COLOR!.D WOMAN AS
11 laundress and to assist in general housework;
must have l>est city references. Apply 1(5">1 Pa. ave.
my28-2t*
VV ANTED^IF YOU NEED EMPLOYMENT AS
11 cook, waiter, nurse, houseworker, chambermaid
or work of any kind go to Eureka Employment
Agency, 910 F ?t. turn my^Y-ot1
W" ANTED?A COMPETENT WHITE NURSE FOR
11 infant and child of three years; references re
quired. Apply 1735 De Sale* st. iny^7-8t*
UTANTED-TWO FIRST CLASS ART CANVAS
11 st rs will be paid jfifiO weekly to take orders lor
our line line of art work. FAl/LKNEK A; ALLAN, 27
St. Cloud bnildlng. my,.'7-:ut
M7AJfTED?HELP FOB PHILADELPHIA; FOE
? 1 city; white and colored cooks, butler.*, lady book
keepers, nurses, farm and dairymen, dressmakers;
trunks stored; remember we charge nil, rich ami poor
alike. BURN HAM'S, 910 Mil st. n.w. my2.">-ot*^ I
UfANTED - SEVEN CHAMBERMAIDS FOR
11 Berkeley, W.Va.. and 5 for Lak* City, N.J. Also ,
good working women and men for city. Applications
for Government positions prepared. CIT i INTEL- |
LIG1 N< I Oi FI< E, . l 1 <i>t. n.w. myi?>-?>!*
W ANTED FOB A SHORT TIME ONLY TO |
11 those seeking employment nt the Industrial Lx
chamre, 100S }' ?t. n. w., for the consideration of .$1
we will register you for employment and vive you a
life interest in the People's Real Estate Tontine.
Cut tins out and call.
my 14U?:il# 8TKINEB ^ BRADFORD,_
YV AN TED-MANAGER, ON SALARY $tj.000 PER
If year. tt> open branch ottici in your locality. busi
ness purely mercantile; one that will inspire you with
pride, pleasure, and pro lit; trade established^ no can
vassing or ) edtilinjr; a rare opportunity. J. E. SHEP
ARD, 'jo and W. 5th st., Cincinnati, Ohio. iuy'r!4 ,
WaNTED-A capable law clekk apply I
bet. H and !1 a. m., 1519 K st. n.w. uiySB-Sw*
Wanted- expeuienced out door wine
and I -Minor Salesman. No notiee taken of appli
cations unless names of former t uipluyt-rs ainl experi
ence ure iriven. To a man euninian^iiiiK an established
trade salary and commission will be paid. Address I
WHULKSALfc, 8tsr oflke. niy~:t-tit
U'iS'l ED -LI AKNEItS FOR PKOF. CHUIST
, T ,\ KK'n New I nternitional Tailor System of Dress
and Garment Cutting with inch rule and tape measure
alone: no scales, ana the only system used that is
ua.-' d up< n s> i? ntihc tailor principles. System tautfht
by Mti.e. S. J. MtSSEU, 13u3 H st.n.w. my 16- Itn*
AV ASTED-AOENTH FOB OL'R NEW PATENT
M lire-lToot Safes; sizes ^8x18x18; weight aUO
ll>s.. retail price ifothers m proportion. IliKhest
award tiilier mcdai) Centennial Exlsjsition 18SS.
Bare chance, permanent business. Our prices lowest.
We are not in the sale pool. Exclusive territory
given. ALPINE SAEB CO., Cincinnati, O.
ij>f)-slw-34t
Vt'A N T L U- tiUSUOBE'S E~MPLOYMKNT BU
TT reau, conducted by lailies, men ami women,
white and eolored, lor all kinds of domestic labor, lor
District and states, with references. 71? M st. n.w.
my 11-1 in*
WANTED -SITUATIONS.
UTASTEP 2IY A FIB8T-CLA88 MECHANIC, A
? ? situation as cari?enter and stair-builder, wa^es
no object. AtUlress 1. K., Star office. my29-lSt*
WANTED - BV a Vol NO MAN PLACE IN
11 Grocery store t>r waiter in hotel or restaurant, or I
drive milk wavron, any place to make himself useful.
Call at 5U5 7that. ? w. my?U-2t*
\V AM ED AN EXPERIENCED HETTLED
11 white woman wishes a situation as a nurse with
a lady leaving the city ;< an furnish best of reference.
Ad Irwi -n ua, ottce. myt^-at*
W AN 1 ED -AT HEADQUARTERS - POSITIONS
11 lor Cooks, Chambermaid, Waitress, laundress, and
Nurses. Sej'.m.stress. Men Waiters, Cooks, Coachmen.
Butlers. SAM E A.COOMBS,F at.n.w. It*
Wr ANTED?GO TO DICK'S AGENCY FOR COoKS
11 Housemaids, Waitress, Nur?es, La tin drt ss, Coach
men, Butlers, Waiters ami general housework. t>13 7th
st. n.w. Also European Steamship ukcui. my'JD-iit*
WANTED?BV JUNE 1, PLACE A3 CHAMBER
maid by competent, resi?eetable quiet colored
Kirl. best city reierences. Address '*MAlDIK,n Star
ottice. It*
WANTED - BY A RESPECTABLE ENGLISH
couple a plaee t??look after proj?erty or take care
of house for summer, and make tnemselvesuseful;
can trive d references. Address W. A., til) <i st. a.w.
my^U-31* i
W ANTED- BY A COLORED (URL SITUATION A8
11 nurse, chambermaid, or latin s' maid, toko north
for the summer; reference; can l>e seen at present em
ployers, 1313 18th it. nw. myiil9-2t
W ANTED- BY A RESPECTABLE"-GERMAN OIRL |
fl a situation as t ham tier maid and|assist ai wash
ing; no ob>ctit>n to in the country; references. Ad
dress liox <>U, Star office. It*
Wr ANTED-BY TWO RESPECTABLE COLORED
1^ vrirls a plat e as nurse or chambermaid to go
north. Oood reierences furnished. Address M. It. ?.,
Star oAcs. It* i
IVARTED- BY AN EXPERIENCED, SETTLED
11 white woman, situation as first-class cook in
private family; no washing or ironing: no objection
totfO to country; good references. Call .at 5u?> -iUth
st. n. w. It*
\XTANTED BY THOROUGH. CITY SALESMAN
It situation; lonif experience in tine grocery, pro- |
dut-e and provision business; or will accept clerksliip.
Address SALESMAN, Mar office. m.v^8-3t*
WANTED A YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE A Po
ll sitiou as seamstress m a family; understands
dnmiktefi Can be seen at 434 H st. B.V. Hw7'3f
WANTED BV A WHITE oIltE, SITUATION TO
11 nurse and assist with charuberwork and sewinK;
williuK to leave city. Apply at present employer's.
17;*5 De hales st., between !? a.m. and ~ p.m.mJi8-Iit
"W ANTED?BY AN M. A., UNIVERSITY OF VIR- '
11 Kinia, position to teach in school or family; also j
to jrive private les>o:is during the summer; two years' !
ex peri Mice; two years* post-graduate work in Greek
ami l^atm at Joh is Hopkins; reierences furnished.
Address .1 It,, Star oflce. iay28-<it*
WANTLIj A SITUATION BY A COOK,
11 with lt> years' experience, thirty-seven years old.
a (jerman . -?t ictly sol??*r and prompt in business. Ad
dress !*?? 1 :kl st. n.e., MARTIN SAl ER. niy*JS-^f_
UTANTED?A SITUATION AS CHILD*8 NURSE
11 or chambermaid; willing* to leave the city. Call
at 2032 L st. n.w. my*^8-21* i
nr ANTED?A GENTLEMAN OF OOOD EDUCA
il tiou and character wants employment of any
kind that will enable him to support his family; good .
reierences. Address EMPLOYMENT, Star office.
my27-i5t
\V AN TED-A LADY, REFINED AND EDUCATED, 1
If desires a situation as housekeeper for a widower
with children; best city references. Address ENER
GETIC, Star ottoe. my27-31*
WANTED SITUATIONS" FOR FIRST - CLASS '
11 whit'-and colored oooks, housekeepers, bonse
mau, msittH, Ace.; also German and Canadian cooks.
Scotch and Uermun maids. Cities resorts andcountry.)
my'J.V-Ct* BURN HA MS, 910 lith st. n.w.
W ANTED-FHEE-THE CITY INTELLIGENCE
!? office furnishes highly recommended servants
ami clerical applicants. Rooms registered free. f Gov
ernnient applications for ]X)siti(?ns prepared. Unfur
nished rooms in demand. 711 G u.*. niyiio-Bt* I
W AN I ED -FOR SHORT"TIME'"ONLY TO THOSE
I 11 seeking help at Industrial Exchange, 1 0U8 F n. w.,
' for the consideration of we will register you for
1 help ami give you life membership in the People's Real
I E.ttate Toutiue. Cut this out ana call. STLINER &
? BRADFORD. __ my 14t;il*
WAN IED-A YOUNG LADY OF FINISHED MU- |
11 sical education desires a position as governess |
where study of mukic may be made a specialty;
highest reierences exchanged. Address A. B. 1.,
Star Office. my21-12t*
WANTED?HOUSES.
\\T ANTED?TO' PEKC'HASK A HOE8E ON B 9T i
,, ?.w? or between 7iU uutl 15th *iul ? and P |
Ma. n.w. Limit 45,500. Addrew, trivluic atri-. t and
iiuinl>?rof liuiue, T. P. H., St?r ottice. niy'-!8-5Jt*
VV ANTED?TO EXCHANGE VACANT LOT~ TiX
" 101, on E??t Cmi'itol ?t., on Improved property;
will |?v ditlert nce, If uny, In cull. Apply 3V.'5 C *t.
n.w? after 5 p.m. my28-3t*
WANTED-TO OCCUPY AND TAKE GOOD CABE
of a Iioum- during the auminer. aa oSaet to rental,
by itentleuuin, wife, and trruwu daughter. Addreaa
TKEASCRY, Star office.
TOASTED-OT OCTOBfta 1. 1RB9, FOB A
, , cbob-e tenant, a &n>lH'laaa Uouae, unfurnished, in
northweat aeotion of city: rent not to exceed #1,800
l>er year. B. H. WAKNEK k CO.. W1U F at. n.w.
nr.'T-:if
WANTED?ROOMS.
\VANTED-THUEE BOOMS, PLAINLY
t T niabed. in < lean, tidy house, by qule
paepto; rent vary moderate. Addreaa H.
ot&ce. i
WANTED?BOARD.
Wasted-board and nicely furnished
form for frentleman. wife uil child. Aiklrr?m
uut.ug tf rm?. Box 10'.' Sur office. If
WANTED^MISCELLANEOUS
Wanted - to hire by the month a
hone to do farm work. Addraas Lack Box .*>0,
Georgetow*. D. C. It*
W ASTED?TO BUY A RESTAURANT OR WILL
11 buy ft half interest in a well -established restsu
rant. Address H. F. ti . Star office. my2?-3t*
VV ANTED?DBFSS CUTTING M ADE EASY. "
* ? Madame Washington'*." 1'I' -"1 Onttitur Scale." just
patented, enables every one to learn to cut all kind* of
varments readily aLd accurately The system will 1 e
Uinirht, and the scale and a measure l-ook f umiaJifd
for to. Per?>ns leariunir this syste .an- immediately
placed in a inisition to earn ?r?.?h1 wa^cs. R afy cut
and b.v?t?l llnintre guaranteed to fit. 1223 r st. n w.
niy'Jl)-Gt*
VV'ANTED?TO EXCHANGE A GOOD FAKM. 108
I t acres, uew house, pood water, plenty fruit, 50
acre* timber, neur station, 1ft miles from city, for city
property. Will assume debt on property, farm cleat.
Owner 325 Cat. my28-3t*
WAN TED-A GOOD-HORSE~"FOR HIS FEED,
li#ht work, plenty feed, and gi^ti paaturatre; will
buy if suited. Apply, or address,325 C st. n.w.
mr-8-:u* _
WANTED-YOU TO know THAT THE ONLY
II ilace in this city where you can get the Growler
is Tlti K st. or 1^7 32d at. n.w.
niMr P. C. MERRY.
WA sted?GOOD SECOND-hand SAFETY BI
11 cycle: (rive full particulars and lowest cash price.
PERCY M. KKESE, 141tt Madison ave., Baltimore,
Md. uiy27-3t*
WANTED?A SMALL FAMILY OF ADULTS TO
vv take care of a furnished house for summer or
small rent for live months. House, 1102 A st. n.e.
Inquire at 124 11th st. n.e. Reference*. iny2T-3t*
iT AN TED?PARLOR FURNITURE" U P HO L -
I stered; Mattresses made over; work done in a
neat and sulatautial manner: slip covers cut and
made .perfect lit Kuaranteed. C. NELSON, 1223G&.W.
myti-4w*
\V ANTF.D?PASTURAGE. HOR8E8 TAKEN FOR
11 pasturaire at Chevy Chase farm, two miles north
west of Tenallytown. Terms S."> |>er month. Apply to
11. it. CARROLL on the premises. iny'J.i-Ot*
WANTED-H. BALM pays THEHIGHESTCASH
prices for second-hand Furniture, Carpets aud
Feathers. Entire Households a specialty. Addresa
21!l 7th st. s.w. my25
WANTED-HORSES TO PASTURE AT I#."> PER
11 uiontlt, irrain feed extra, personal attention.
Order box Price's stable, 311 (Sth n.w.; farm 7th-st.
road, citfht miles from city. O. II. P. CLARK. Sliiro,
M d. my 25-1 ni
W ANTED?HOUSEHOLD AND OFFICE Fl
11 itur j of every description. Also Store Fixtures
nn 1 Stocks of Merchandise. Address, CARLTON. tJ3ti
K st. n.w. my24-lra
WA>'TKD TOIil'V?GOOD SECOND HANDGEN
* l tlemen'a Clothes, Guns, Pistols, &c., for which
highest cash price is paid. Call or send i>o?tal to
myl7-Im* A. EIZNAR. 1301 liUist.s e.
*V|7ANTED?SMOEE POR1UONDO k CO.'S CI
11 pars. Carolina and Concha Floresta, 5c. each:
Mnnrarita I.ondre and Zarznelss, lOc. each. JOSF^PH
M PORT CON DO & CO., Philadelphia. inyl6-lm
\v ANTED ? TYPEWRITING, typewriting?
11 neat work; syntactical accuracy; low ratoa. F. 8.
ARNOLD, Stenographer and Typewriter, 3t? St. Cloud
Building. myl3-lm*
w
W ANTED-TRY SCRIBNER. BEST BUTTERINE.
v" 20c. pound icookinsr, 15c. Warranted not to net
utrontr (like butter) for one month, or money re
funded. Try Cotton Seed Lard, purer, richer, and
(roes further than Hop's Lard, fhr Milt only in thr
L+nter Mnrkrt n\ stalls 328, 3211, 330. middle of iish
aisle. Open daily. WH C. SCRIBNER. lriyM-Um
\V ANTED- STEAM CARPET "CLEANING AND
II Renovating Works; FealherB Renovatul, Mat
tnsstrs Made Over, F urniture Steamed, aud Moths De
atroyed. 1-' 11.YOUNGS.14U2 Pa.a*.,Telephone 1006-2.
apll-7in
W ANTED-l.ADIES TRY "ORANGE BLOSSOMT"
11 a sure cure for female diseases; also Dr. MeGill's
"Blood l'un her" cures maluria; 100 doses *1; samples
free. Mrs. F'. A. BAILEV, solo accent, 311 A st. n.e.
)al'-s&w-f>m*
\V ANTED?GOOD SECOND-HAND CLOTHING,
11 tnms, revolvers, old trold and silver, for which
highest cash prices will be paid. Call LASKF.V'S
Loan Office, 201 l'enii. ave. corner 2d st. n.w. my'Jtl
COUNTRY BOARD.
ttOMFORT RETREAT. POPULAR ltESOKT IN
/Mountains ot Maryland. near Har|*er'? Kerry. home
comforts and country advantages unexcelled. W. M.
CLARK, Keep Aryst, Washington county, Md.
my.'Ji^Jm
iiuubc, uu iii^u prounu; exi<*uaiYe ?unuj iuwub;
view; no mosquitos; plenty of Jersey milk and |
ter; cold spring water. Cola Point Farm, Clifton
ion, Fairfax, Co., Va. my^4-lm* i
SI MMKR BOARDERS A! %OAhLANl>S.1 GAY
iord, Clarke county, Va. S. V. railroad. The most
elevated and healthful section of Virginia. Abundance I
of shade, fruit, milk, vegetable*. Ac. Conveyance once :
a week to "Sulnbnr Spring." For particulars address
Mn J. i>. coNAKl) n>|g?ln*
WANTED SUMMER BOARDER8, TEBM8FR0M
sixteen to twenty dollars per month for adults,
according to the location of rooms, children half price.
Address THOMAS ELLIOTT, Arlington House. W'iu
cbeeter, Va. mj29>2w*
f|UiE UNDERSIGNED, PROPRIETOR OF THE
A Kennen House, at Kiverton, Va., (situated at the
Junction of the two branches of the Shenandoah river,
and unsurpassed for beauty of scenery, health, society
and bass fishing), wants summer boarders, who will be |
furnished nice airy rooms, good tare and attention.
Terms moderate and made known on application.
Address JOS. W". KiiNNEN,
my21 >-2w* BiwiIbs, Va.
*<r|lHE MAPLES."
X Three Desirable Rooms.
Mrs. KENNADY,
my20 3t" Laurel. Md.
Rockvillf:, md.-to rent. furnishedTfor
the summer; a handsome cottage; Hrooms; 10
minutes from station, references required. Apply,
A. H. FLETCHER. Kockville. Md. my2H-3t?
/ i I'EST.S ACCOMMODATED ON F'AllM, S MIN
VI ntes from de|>ot, telitrraph and churches, and 85
minutes from Washinirton, lartfe porches, rool rooms,
ice, shad*', and abundance of all Kiuds of fruit See
proprietor on Tuesday or Wednesday, after 0 p.m.. at
1131 oth st. u.w. my28-2t*
<? | HGLE81DB." RANDOLPH STATION? METRCK i
J. politan Hranch, 13?4 'miles from Washington;
new house, 3U rooms, just completed for summer ,
boarders; plenty of shade; milk, fruit, and ice in
abundance; open June 1. Address LL1AS KLISER,
Montrose, Montgomery co., M<L ay28-w
RS. COL. LEHLIE CAN ACCOMMODATE TIN
or twelve summer boarders. large, roomy house;
miles from the Short Hill mountains. For particulars i
address MRS. COL. LESLIE.
my^7-3t* Morriscmville, Vs.
MT. ERIN BOAKDIXO-HOU8E WEV FOR MM
ception of summer boarders. High, healthy, good
water, targe airy rooms, daily mails. Near Alexsn<iria.
$5 per week. Address Mrs. J. D. GAINES, Alexan
aria, Va. my2S?2w*
(lOUNTRY BOARD ? HEAR 8TATIOX, HEW .
j house, on high ground; extensive shadvlawns;
tine view;% no inosquitos; r' A"* T
butter; i
Statioi
fllHREK COOL ROOMS AT THE OLD BROOKS
X Mausion, Brotiklsnd, D. C. myS!4-t?t*
\%r ANTED-SUMMLK liOARDEflTT AT A FARM
m house, % of a mile from Keedys\ille station;
terms $.'? vnr week; no children taken. Adiiress Mrs.
H. N. KEEDY, Reedysville, Washington county, Md.
my'J3-5iw#
A FINE COUNTRY RESIDENCE. IN THE Nl.KiH
borhood of Mt. Vernon, Pohick church and Occo- I
uuan ialls, on the A. & F. R. R.; high, shady aud j
breezy; good board guaranteed. For all particulars
address GEO. EliSklNE,
mjr23-lw* Lorton Valley, Fairfax Co., Va.
ADELIUHTFCL HOME IN THE MOI N AINSOF |
Loudoun county for families, with children; large
rooms; porticos; spring water, house aud place com
plete for health and comfort. Mrs. f. e. Mccarty,
Monroe Grove Farm, near Aldie, Va. myj4-eo 1 >^in*
SI MM1.K BOARDERS TAKEN AT~PHILoMON^
Loudoun County, Va.; one of the most elevated
and healthful sections of Virginia; abundance of ]
shade, iruit, milk, vegetables. Ate.; dancing pavilion j
aud other amusements. For particulars address D.J.
j A YEN NER. myll-*fcw3m
VMMER BOARDING NEMt BLUE P.I DOE
Mountain; brick house, cool rooms, lawn, shade,
fruit, horses and carriages; two daily mails; moderate j
charges. For particulars, address MISSES CURRY,
Hamilton, Loudoun county, Vs. my'.'0-lm*
(PI LEN M AN OR -FOREST GLE nT MoN TGoM ER Y '
\JT county, Md., a new house of about forty rooms,
just completed for summer boarding. Opens June 1, I
1SW9. Nineteen daily trains. Thirty minutes' ride.
liiKh and healthy.
Terms moderate.
For terms, plan of house, and full information apply
at 1012 14th st. n.w., until May 28, mylK-tJw- |
Boarders for the SUMMER takrk AT
house formerly occupied by Miss Jane Janney,
Hamilton, Loudoun county, Va.; location high and
healthy, good table fare; large, shad) yard; ice, fruit
&c.; references given and required. MRS. U. L RICH
ARDS. myI4-3w
^I MMER BOARDERS WANTED?MONT^VIEU
?3 hotel. Front Royal. Va. Within four hours of |
Washington; commodious building, shady piazzas,
fruit abundant, scenery beautiful: bass fishing liiu^
Write for particulars. JOHN i. ST IN SON, l'rop.
1!1> 11 -i m*
ITRGUNDY HOUSE -^OPEN FOR SUMMER I
_ boarders; Smiles from Alexandria; % mile frum
railrt?ad; large house; fine rooms; large, shady
grounds; trains met twice a day. BURGUNDY
HOUSE* Alexandria, Va. myS-lm*
Boaiid in"thV: mountains - delightful |
board in the mountains of Va.; plenty of shade;
large lawn; ice and milk; spring water, aud sulDhur ,
and iron water; conveyances for guests. Address
Mrs. J. STOCKTON, Rio, Albemarle Co., Va. myl-lm
^PRING BANK FARM OPENS MAY 15; OOH
\ en lent for gents in office; meet trains twice i*er
day; iruit, ice and milk in abundance, high and
healthy - terms SPRING BANK, Alexandria, Vs.
ap25-!;ui#
B
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST-ON SUNDAY EVENING, THE 2?TH OF
May. a Puu-Do?r i answers to the name of l'uv. A
reward Kiven if returned to 1318 1 st. n.w. it*
LOST-HI NDAV, MAY 18TH, A FEMALE PUO I
doK. Liberal reward if returned to 3233 M St.,
West Washington. It*
Lost-small yellow dog, long ears'and I
short le*s; white breast: collar on neck; answers
to name Frances. Liberal reward if returned to J. N
LEN MAN, foreman No. 0 Entfine House. niy2S-3t*
Lost-gold buacelf:t, Tuesday evening"
on north aide of between ltith and 17th sta.
u.w. Finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving it at
1013 Qst. n.w. lt?_
LUST FRIDAY LAST AN ALL-WHITE SETTER 1
pup, answers to name of Lily, Reward iriven if i
returned to K1UI> 14th st. n.w. It'
LOST^aTsET OF drawings (BLUE PRINT):
finder will be kind enough to leave at Churt'h ft
Htephensou's, Sth aud Md. ave. ?.w. my2S-3t*
LOST-GORDON SETTER PUP, 8 MONTHS OLD,
white s|>ots on breast aud forelegs; answers to
name of Ben. Return to 143ti y st. aud receive re
ward. uiy28-2t
PERSONAL.
CaVIL-SERVICE EXAMINATION questions
i aud answers. Seud l(tc. to
S. W. FLYNN, A. M., Ivy Institute,
myltt-lm Southwest cor. Sth and K sta. n.w.
SHTKINER"i' BBADF?IKD'S INDEPENDENT DE
tective Agency and Bureau of luforiuatlon. Detec
tive work iu all its branches; all business confidential.
Private consultation room. We employ only reliable
and comprint men, commissioned with police power.
MollGAN BRADF'ORD. Jb., Mansjrer, Offlcs Booms 1
and 1008 F st. u.w., Walter builluitf. Open from 8
a.m. to 11p.m. myl4toSl* _
ritHE ONLY AUTHORIZED PBTVATB DETEO
1 live rency. Wlf. WILLIAMS. GEO. W. McEL
FRESH. Communications promptly attended to aud
Strictly confidential. Office open all nosn. WE WIL
LIAMS, Kaiuvm. U2U F u.w. my 4-lm*
JI UBTH-F OLD 8TAND I8 THE ONLT PLACE
S.W. ??*
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
~ S 1CELV-Fl KMSHrD BOOM8.
&e b?2t w?1m ??"*, second and third floor*; one of
locatioua In the city. summer prices. HUM
"-*? my2.V?t*
F2J*?*NT?DOl"RLE PARLORS TOGETH KB OB
uufflhZt urnS'.?"' oth*rr?2!2i*atUrniibedor Cnr
uui.eii at jikj Hrt nw? OWNER. ll?
1^0? RENT-ONE LAHGF. NICELY FURNISHED
^ r rvKJU1 ?n se<x>nd floor; front bsv
wi???lo? mod trap .rant ?w. 91tl R ?t a w mfWU.
k ST. n. w . VFkv nrHiR tttT.g
handsomely furnish#^; en suite or riu^j;
references exchanjred; no children taken, mjr2ft-.1t*
Find nWlJH-LlA? l.atH ST N. W? A BRIGHT
ftuptyhed ftont room on second floor;
flirii!1,'*8? 'I'" btok parlor #8. Herdica
: J u>e Qoor. ny^St*
i F?&,?*=*T E roiVATE FAMILY. WITHOUT
on iu-o.1^1 <f L1?'' unfurnished comiuunicaUnir r--.nn
rhJ^fiw .5^? ' 1Kht housekeeping, hsjr window.
1-.VmYitVi aunny; convenient to three car lijea.
loos nth at. n.w. my29-3t*
gT- NV" PLEASANT
hosMniiS> ?^'ODJ floor front alcove Room, with
^ M' Pb*'n,onSvlu*m Transient* aocommo
aaied.sminuer rates. myJ'.k-Ht*
F?* air* back parLoTC
tor furnished, opening on back iwrch. suitable
1UJ1 v.i H.pvr*un8; one square from Wth-st cars.
AW* Vermont ave. n.w. Ul*29..it*
PJB BENT - Fl RNISHrITrooMS. SHti NEW
_ Y"ra ave ; summer rates. my29-3t*
1^?BEXT-i:;42 V ST. n7w.. "FURNISHED
Room, very moderate rates. Good Table board.
References exchautred. mj-.'Slt*
F??5.?fLNT r'-'H4 XEW JERSEY AVE. >\ w."~I
i.. ^ furnished ?d story front room, with
^fd^e?r^4^oo^fer^ceV;V^^
Sbie^BummerU,,e aUd ***???"*J"*:
Ii,"5J,,^EN"T-l,43-'' L 8T. X. W.. TWO ELEGANT
M suites of parlors on second floor, suitable for iren
tlemen; also other desirable iwmsT""ry con"n
lence and comfort, herdic and car lines. my!29-3t*
?|,X|R REXT?CHEAP FOR SUMMER?TWo BEAti
W^^ontAdnmfut X'" '? *
F??. KENT-THREE NICE UNFURNISHED
myS0-2t' K<M uud b*th 1006 8th at. u.w.
For rext?parlor floorTthree roomsT
n^} '? l'l,irU1 ^ *'? " rent mod. rate.
Ffi>5ni.?l'i?T - LAHGeT~COOL.~ HANDSOMELY
r? .""trie or I'll suite, overlooking
1 apt lollPark, anil within half square of the senate
wlufcof thet Hi'itol. at 210 Del.ave. up., in private
family of adults. Summer prices. F st cars. my 28- :(*
l^R REXT?73ft 13TH ST. N. W? TWO HAND
!uruiahed floor roouis; comuiumcatiug;
u*-1-: al?? two hall rooms, all at cheap sum
rf?E "if!: myj8-3f
lL'OR RENT -A SI ITE OF THREE PXFCRNISHED
St?,COH5,!;21.c*Mar nx""s ou second floor; private
!l,,. 'J and cold water on same floor; nice and cool;
try"W^t" at Corcoran Bt. n.w.
P??K rEXT-TWO OB THREE UXFURXI8HFD
,U1 fut hoUsekeepiiiB; 110"
jnuiBt.ii.w.^ my28-2t*
FHn f'K,NTr^ONK OK TWO FVRN1SHED OR I X
furinshed Rooms in the northwest, very reasona
i ^teSi Adaress K. if. V.t Stifottoc. m
Ii,?i,'.iI!I;NT TVSO furnished rooms ?l7
_18U Rtji.w. _ my.>.H-:tf
T>)R RENT-TWO COMMfNICATINO ROOMit
witl.oo.'1! A?i0riJiVl?1,,hwl or "''furn'aUed, with o?
?chanied i L'^ I J'5Tat^ ST ,Uc
*7~11 ,KNISHFD-TWO LARGE, WELL
Jw. V O ? uewU paired rooms l-ri. es i?s and
1 ?r.^<'r.V,1T1\priVHte fluul,i ? W'll furnish board it
iii9ireii. ,'.'i Est. n.w. n,y_';v:it"
Fj*OR REXT?l'J37 MASH. A\ E., IIEAUTIFC'L
summer rooms, furnished, single or en si'ite rri
ivate family. mj'jH-lif
pOR RENT-80*,' 1!?TH ST. N.W. C(KiL. CLE.VX
a oartlnd ?,e?rr.Si T'UUl1 al,J thlrd ; houac ta. es
I ** park ami near the Avenue. iiiy^8-'$t*
l^OB REXT-NICELY FURNISHED PLEASANT
?* r"''"'8- With or without lioard; home cooking;
care pass the door ? seutlemeu |-n f. rred, summer
rates, references >1143Fst.,Georiretown. iny'JH-Ilt*
t^in. i'I I1NI -11ED-F(J( K ROOMS" UY
....] L for lious. keei.mK. iiirlmlinir nse of Steiu
?aj piano; for one year only. Terms moderale. (i(1 'J
m m
I^OR REXT-Fl'RNISHED ROOMS, TWO, ENTIRE
second floor, hiU 13th st, by Franklin Park, tcei,
k.';! r, j r 'i ; are vety df'?'ralJle for li^-ht house
keeping; terma low.
X llNISHI.D ROOMS WITH bOARD
ir. Ji . .?<0 V rmout *ve- "-W-. adults ouly; reter
I ciicf 8 retjuired. inyii8*Ut*
IJOR RENT-TOT flTH ST. N.W. UoollsFUtU
. I..i ?1(i.or "ff uruished, first and second floors.
Illy .St
DOB BENT - NEAR THOMAS CIRCLE. Fl lf
r,.,, , i1"9 .W1,b ,KJard; private family, h-.me
vm if l?1 aud ceutriil location; summer prices,
i.il.i 31 st. mylif-3t*
F,^w..n^T~TW0 OR THREE_ CHEERFUL
J. pleasant rooms, commumcatinir, unfurnished. 'Jd
u^.0i'? ' ?VV ?1Kl, w**st exposure: bath ro<-m on
same floor; hot and cold water. 808 iud st. n. w.
my^7-3t*
I^OR RENT -LABOE PLEASANT PARLOR. F( R
. lushed aa two rooms; south front; bay window
rfi?i?rJiVi?.uibllMir- Also frausient (fuesU accommo
uated. ll^i 1st. n.w. m>-^7-3t*
l^OR REXT?OXE NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
?T,,iiot.^aiJ.t *'iP?"ure with borne comforts
f.Vv i mS f lt,,le board; references exchanged. Ap
piy^llO- Uth Bt. n.w. my?7-3t
F^n.^.r.^1!^171 oth st7x. wV.Ifcrnished OR
uiiiurnisned roouis, en suite; also office room to
r*nt _ mr-'l-lni*
Foe bent?iosi uth st. n. w.. cor. mass:
aye., elejrautlj furnished Rooms, en suite or sinvie,
ail front on the street; cheap to desirable parties
table board. _myfc8f '
POR RENT- BEAUTIFUL SIMMER RoOMS,
iTeu "uuf- Private family; furnished!
laiyi double-corner house; south ami east front ref
erences required. 1101 K st. n.w. my24-01*
1?OR REXT?WELL FUliXlsHED COMMUNICATE
lug parlor and bed room; north and south ex
posure ; also a large second story trout room and other
rooms: south exposure; at summer rates. 111^ H
*-n* myttO-lm
f^OR BBNT?IB IOWA CIRCLE-THREE COM.
rooms, with private bath, second floor, and two
com. rooms, third lioor, fur. Those having children or
servants need not apply. Ref. exchanged. my3-lin
F(JK KENT?STORES.
t|>OR BENT?A PART OF STORE ISOo F ST X W
newly papered and painted. myiiJ-Ut
K0?, ,KJ;;,N{ H1' j of millinery storeI
Tlrv^uv?,i'.,lH'*!?rt;re!it moderate. Address "MIL
Star office. uij'29*3t*
Ij*OR rent-good, large STORE AND 'con!
crete cellar at (i'IS "<thst. s.w.; irood location
to permanent tenant t,'0. A. T. COL .MBE.U42o N'!
?-^*ve- my2h-3t*
I^OR RENT OR SALE-STORE AXIi DWELUM:
nine rooms and bath; all ni l.; stock of groceries'
confections and Ice-cream saloon; also TtiriHshea
rooms for rent; tirst-class business place ^010 H ?t
u w- ' mr-8-0f '
F?K ':, NT - STORE 2111 I OTH ST.. XK AR
X wholesale market and La. ave.; suitable for coni
liiiasion or grocery business particularly. Inquire ?2tf
-La- *Te- mylT-12t
VOB BENT?LABOE STORE. 4U? !tTH sr N. w.T
.ave'; ct*utral location for any business;
tipe plate irlass show windows. Rent moderate Ad
I'ly to -I. JAY GOULD, 421 ?th St. myl? lSt
'I^OR RENT-FIXE LARGE STORE, 1722 PEXXT
.. avJ-; uear State, ar and Navy departments; dwel
linsr of 11 rooiKs and cellar can be rented with store
II desy-ed. Impureion premises. myltt-2w*
I!'9ftK?*T-LAB?B SiURK AXD DWELLING,
ltiO~ 14th st. u w.; dwelling: contains Brooms and
au niini. imps , larve stable in rear; price for whole.
$1-0 per uiouth. WAhH X DANEXHOWER,
my4-1 in 1X15 Est. n.w.
FOR RENT?OFFICES.
F
'OR 8JBNT?COMMUNICATING OFFICE ROOMS
r-.,_^JFc?lle,n 1 located for patent attorneys. J js'
BLL1 & CO., Room 47, Atlantic Building-. my28-3t#
BUSINESS CHANCES.
1(1 SH ARES DYXAMOGRAPH STOCK FOR SALE
*?VF at a bartraiu. owner needs money aud Uias no
choh-e but to sell. FRANK H. I'EI.OI ZK
_my2!t-3t 1313 F street
poll SALE?AT A BARGAIN?ALL THE PROP
X arty of the Arlimrton Brick Mai-hine Company in
the city ol Alexandria, Va? at the outlet lock of the
Alexandria canal uik>ii the Polomac river, consisting
of all the machinery, kilua, sheds, trucks, cars, euKine
and boiler, hw k boards, repressers, moulds, tools
belting, shaftiuif, lumber, iron, iron rails, Sc., every
thing necessary to a first-class brick works and in
proiier condition lor immediate work, together with
an interest iu and to a certain lease executed by the
Alexandria canal, railroad and brid>re company to C
M. Shelley. beariii(j date lath May. lhsO, and re
corded in deed book No. IS, of the lami records of the
city of Alexandria. \a. For price and terms apply to
? oo FRANCIS HUFTY,
mygfl-qt 1301 f at. n.w.
STATIONERY' AND BOOK STORE
339 Pennsylvania ave. s.e. Stock and Fixtures,
nice reasonable. my29-2t*
SALE? CIGAR STORE DOING GOOD CASH
XI business; price <1^. 503 11th st n.w. myt>9-!>*
A CENTRALLY LOCATED COXFECTIOXERY
and ice cream store; cheao for cash; doinir a (rood
ouslness; satisfactory reason fur selling-. Address B
C? Star office. my29-3f
rpo CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS. A.ND OTHERS
X Four blocks from Boundary, on 13th st. extended
n.w., food dumping ground
my-9-!" M. M. PARKER. 1418Fat.
SALE-THE BERKSHIRE CAFE. ?17 14TH
st. One of the best stands In ths city for a (food
caterer. It*
W axted-^i.ooo fob "ninety DAYS. A LIB
J* ?ra1 bonus aud ample security given. Apply or
address GRAHAM. 1219 F at n.w. It*
Y\7 ANTED
" 50 shares T^-i?jrrai>hic.
iH) shares Mernnthaler
Sh.'Tuu^Car.
my28-4t FRANK H- PEL0UZE. 1313 F at.
FOR SALE -AT A BARGAIN, A FIRST-CLASS
''MSJt Tobacco Store, in choice locauon; food
'r?de. Address G. B. X? Star office. my-7-lw?
I^R SALE-TEA AND^qpFTEE STAND IN MAB
Met; stock, fixtures, trade Ctrood chance lor youmr
man wishiuir to enter into buaiueaa; reason iriven for
aelliny. Address 1227 Oth st. n.w. my27-3t*
F)B 8ALE-A BARGAIN?ESTABLISHED PBO
viaion store cor. ?th aud N ata. Reason for selling,
cnaive of business. my27-3t*
AN OLD ESTABLISHED OBOCEBT FOB~SALE
to an immediate purchaser; rare chance for ptLrty
with small capital -aatisfactory reasons given for seU
lug. Apply at 1017 lath st. n.w. my20-0f
1?OB SALE-LEASE AND FITTintKM.
office, scale, fencing, sheds and stable of coal yard
corner of S. Cap. and Canal sta. ? rent, ?20 per month -
?iPlres January ao. 1893. price, $-JSu. Apply
1117 18th st n.w. my2L-Im
?*mHE WORLD DO MOVE"?REMEMBER THE
1 -Terrestrial Clock." BAMSAY has cut ths
atrin city:
l^B SALE^AT 4 OBEAT JSACBIFICE?BTOCE
A- Mtur* and good will of a long-esubhshed stora?
rrocerteii, hardware. palnU^ uils sad Tarnish. noUona.'
he.; owner abont to ;?are the city - no rfsnnsliii it*
reftj-d.^CaU between S^d^^T
psss|
"J. BXi-fil'
FOR RENT-H()USES.
For rent - store and dwelling. with
flituraa complete. S rooms and nlrr. t:i irood
condi ti. u. 320 1st st. a.e. #18. By CHAS 8.
SHKKV E. 10?s? 7th it a.w. mT.1* Iw
VS?K RENT?HOUSE. 1IOO TTH ST. > ? ;
1 modem iniprovemt L.ta. luo lure at STON V > V>rU*
luira. 110t) 7th ?t u aay2P-2w
IX)R RENT?LE DROIT PARK. TWO-STORY AND
brick bouse, 8or T ns.ms. modern improv?
ineut*. front, aide ana back j anl. rent *.t< i [?r month
lll>dv>ll.v; lHUUodeu ItnH Apply ou PKIMkh,
my2?-4t*
1>?R KEXT?TO FAMILY OF ADULTS V TW<V
story bri. k dwelling. newly )*i.ercd. . . rner 13th
aud Sitlwu parki.k lroat *1x1 side. Very .Wrralae
location Apply at 1224 8 st. u.w. my .n Jt'
jpot RENT-UNFURNISHED.
1915 II st. n w.. 12r-.#??5 232 9th st, n.e..6r. #22. VI
XM Del are. n.e.. Ur TO H>att?wlle -0
2106 l> st. u.w? lOr. . ..>5 Union at. a.w..8r IS iW
?Oi>KtlilLb.v4lOr....50 1'uioaH. s. w . or 8.50
3327 1' at. u.w., 12r 50 office rooma. 417 llthst.
t?31 P at n. w.. lOr 40 n.w? #."> to #2U
221o F at. B w., Sr 2 > Ofh-e r. 1013 Fa.?v.n.w 50
1827 lUtL at. n.w.. _25
FURNISHED
Conn, are , bet R and S. ISr.. i?er vear j.i '.'Xl
Sunderland Mm n.w? 1 lr, i*TBiontt.. 15<t
1 \ LER i. RL I11ERFORD.
mySP-Of 1307 F at. n.w.
FDR RENT-JUNE 1. STABLE AND HOUS1 .*>04
B at n.e., 11 rooma. uew; to trood tenaut. *40
my29-3f S H W AI.h.Ett.420 Bat. tie.
IX>K RENT?R W. BRICK. ISI2 MH ST. N w . 7
rooms. uiod. imps . atal'le (?17. Bnck. 1509
Pierce Place, 7 rooma, mod. linn.; IV'S. IHOs. J.
MYERS. 1021 9th at. ti w. I m|?l?'
IX>R RENT-THREE STORY KRICK Hol'SF. 11
rooms saloon parlors, <uuiiiK-ns.ui ?n.l kit. h.n
the first floor: rent *1 li.w for a first-clans truant. ?.??.'4
A at. a.e. Apply 204 A at. ?.e._ aytMl
I^OR RENT VERY MCI "c< s >1. Hoi si . 1102
New Hanipahirv ave . 8 rooms and batb ; wiu
dowa.cabinet mantels, iargvv loscts. all ni'^dern im
provements. #45.50. 1*. 1L WARNER & C ',916
1st. HTHKIt'
Ij?OB?REXT - 88 O 8T. & w, 4-ROOM BRICK,
with bay wludoa', jiarkiiiir iL. front, wat. r ? I -.
Innuire ou premiaea. my-,'!':st*
1'OR REXT?iaOo"o" ST. N.W . A XK1 S? ROOM
houae; in Uioe order, at redu.-od rPiit t 'it "inline
tenant by owuer or atrent. key at ?rr'< er opivsite.
ui>?,'(?-;?* P. Ct>1U'VIRAN. UM 1 at a.e.
I^i?R REXT? 1 MM Hth at.il w .10r._ t -0
lH>t)l*th at. n.w.,*tr. l'naje. t av.,i;ir? Xi
and clwt llmir #100 VIM ". M at n.w , Sr HO
1013 14tliat.n.w 8^1.33 ?-144 H ?t. u.w . 7r
fl>i N.Y. ave? 13r 7*> 1-tlO Md. a\r u.e..
1335 y at. U.W.. 1 lr ...,">0 at.ire and dw.>lliUJ
l.MWiStth at n.w.. lor 4H 7tli at. R.*d. sr ?-'>>
14'Jo htb at. n.w.. I or..3.) 'J Hi l'.'th ?t. n.w., .'?r 1>
7tli and A ata. a.c., atore Tlo loth at. n.e., ,"?r 10
and dwelling 35 l'-llO U at. a.e? (ir 10
ALBERT F. FOX.
my*J9-3t ?80 E at. n.w.
1X)U RENT~ 13".'H~J ST. N.W?7 ROOM HOI SE,
in complete order; fas, water, Iwtli. latr. 'l??. larv<*
vard. .Vlao 1001 X? w York ave. u.w?corner 10th at.;
12 roouiB; brick; all modern improvement*, cellar,
yard. Keya 13VJ- <J st. It'
lj[MjR~RENl ?V#-R<K>M BRK'K HOUSE WITH MOD
r imp*.. 1521 12th at. n.w.. rent $30 per mouth.
Ari'iy tu JOHN F. UREEN. 1410 y at u.w my'.H-'.'w*
1|?OR RENT NEW BRICK HOCSE. S RtH?MS.
bay window, cellar, bath, aiicd. 1 anre yard; con
venient to Patent. Tension and (iov't Pi. < '!h.'e?. and t?i
cara. achoola, aud market. (35. 224 K n. w.. next to
3d at. ui> 2i' >t*
V,X)R REXT -BSO?DOl'BLEPlOl'hE. CORNI R OF
r Otl, at. and Rhode Island avt. u. w.. pre*?-l>rit k
front; two bay windows; 7 larye ru.1..?* ai d t<ath nil
nioderu uni roveiueiiU. Inquire ou preun? ? or uext
door. _ _ if
l'OR RENT?40K AT 11 ST. X W., THR1 I s IOKY
and lianriueut liriok . lOrootuaaiiu IhuIi . po?s?*-i->n
Jane 1 Inquire of J. I. JONES, Post-oih. oej.art
i .eiit, near 7th at. entnucc. my2i'-3t'
IV)R REN 1 31U AND 31HCS1. N. W.. 20 Ko< ?.\1S
(ia.li. will V' reutetl aeparately or joiutlj . auital.l'
lor large ixuidinK houae, each S..?. It. 11. i . I.EI
PoLD. 1300 F st? aevoud floor trunt. _ my'.S ?>t
noi RENT
r litis F at. 12r t vt cc. i?07 27th ,t? ..r #12. jO
202?> (i at., 12r 50.<t."> No. 1, Beaael'it C rt.
:s327 P at . 12r .">0 4r 10. >0
2020 K st., 1 Or .. 4o Su|H-rior st., M. Hill .10
S?22 1 Othat., Sr. ...25.50 liitli and G Rta., otti.*-- _
003 H at. u.e., tir.. is.50 room 12.50
1703 l!?th at. n.w., Stai.le, :t stalls.near Pa
7r 18.30 av? l*t. -.'1st 4; 22d?ta.l2
my'28-2w GEO. W. LIN KINS, l'.ith and H sta u.w.
ni RENT-BY Jl'NR 1. llol sK 1017 1MTH
_1 st., near lllll" lit Circle, three atonea. 12 rooma. bay
wuiilowa. all modern iuiprovementa; $.15 |<er mouth,
lmiaire 181? ltfth at. u s"iH 3f
U?OR RENT-BY' TIIOS. F WAGOAMAX, REU
J; ESTATE BROKER. :?17 1 ST. N.W.
HOl'8F.S.
The Maltby, X J. ave. 3112 O at. 11 w , 14r . ..#35
and B St. u. w ....(1.000 14 14 11th at.u.w.,1 lr..:C>
1217 N u.w.,fur.,15r.2.75 1207 llth?t.u.w..7r 3.>
1S12 I u.w,. fur.. l."?r 125 1731 l!?th at.u.w. ,!?r??0
30521' at u w..fur. l.tr.SO 417 K ?t n w . 1 lr .. 30
1331* L at. ii. w., lOr...75 TculeytowuRoad. 8r. ..2^
2031 I at. n.w.. 14r .00 OOli Va. av s.wa sr 2._>
11 Hi 10th at. n.w.,14r t>0 I. at. n. w . ,r 2.?
511 F at. u.w., lOr 50 1402 W st n.w . Or 2ti 30
1334 Corcoran at.. 13r.50 3<1.1 Ml Market 8pac?. 20
45'.IC?t. n w .. Sr 50 s] 4 D at.n e..tir? . '-'O
232 X. J. ave.u.w., Mr .50 2012 Htli uw.latabl. lOr.'.'O
281SP?t.u.w., HIT 50 200S I'th at u w..tir IS
2S20P at. n.w., 10 50 010 Md. ave , ?.w? Or . .17
200 V at. u. w? lot .35.50 304 X st a.w., tir 14
1740 X.Y. ave.. 12r 351
OFFK I I.
915 F st. n. w. 2d !>tli & Pa. ave.. r'm 14..# 12
fl-xir, front riaini . .#50 401 7th ?t.,lst fl.,r. 2. 10
401 7th at., lat ti . r 3. 10
!'tb & Pa. av., r'm 17..10
' (tiuton b'ld'tr. r'm 31 S
Lanoxb'ldV. riK.u. 4 J
iOS La. ave., 3d flr?
1 back room 5
40S La. ave., 2 front
noma, liaaenieut 31 j
40S La. ave., 4tli floor,
4r? 30
l?th & Pa av?room is...2."
Guutoii b'ldV, r. 28.12.51.4
STORES. fc'J.
Store and cellar 10th k Store and cellar. 2120
Eats. n. w #75 H at. u. w #40
Store and Dw 'ntr 810 HalL 12th & E ata.n.w .30
!tth at. n.w . 7r 50 Store and Dw'n?r, 701
Hall, 12th & E ata.U.W..50 D st s.e.. 7r 20
The above is only a portion of the property ou my
l<* ka. For full list call at other for bulletin issued ou
the 1st and 15th. Imy2h) THQ8. E. W AGGAMAX.
1X1R RENT tt RCK1M AND BATH ltRK'K ItOLsE
meal. imps., St 17 French at. n. w , key at WO'J
my2S-3t*
I^OR RENT?8UBUBBAX HOI SiL nIXE ROOMS
and finished attic. 2"? miles from ca| Hal. near
ttreet cara . stable; larife trrouuda with trees an.l ahrut>
bery. Apply, for this week, to T. SOLBEKo, I-i*
Library, Capitol. my28-3t*
I" X)R BEXT-tSO?NEW THBEE-8TOBV Dv\ EL
ling, bay wiiidowa, six roi m.N Imtli. hot and cold
wuter, closet*. Kr., S15 N st. n.w. A| plj for key K "'ry
on corner. m>"2M-3t*
1J*OR REXT?BY' R O. HOI.TZMAX. REAL Es
tate and Insurance Broker. 1 Oth and F at*, u. w.
HOUSES
1327 14that n.w..12r., 1841 Rat., lOr #50
at rXsta . h't'dby stml(>5 1!>11 Nat. u.w. itr 5v>
1217 K at. u.w.. 12r..l.">0 iti:tilst. u.w.. Ur 40
1734 K at. n.w.. 15r. ..125 2212 H st. 11 w., 7r Mt
421 11th sC n.w.,17r..lO<t 222<t H at uw..7r .:o
1015 N at. u.w.. 12r 05 123 C st. a.e., sr 30
515 F st. n.w . 14r. .83.33 22IK H at. u.w, 7r >0
1420 O st.u.w., 12r..75.73 1333 Uallacli l !.. Or ?>><
12101? st. H.W., 13r 75 442 ;!d st. n.e.. . r 20
S07 10th St. u.w , lOr .75 820 D st.u.w ,3r .store .10
ti'.'o E at. n. w, 13r ....7*r 305 Dat. a.4 ,? r 1 '?
1017 12th u.w . 10r....?t? :Vt?> D st K.e., Or .. 15
14IN I at. n.w.. Or .">5 1701 litth st. u,w, 4r..15
FURX18HED HOUSES
F. near 18th St., 13r..#500 Ver a v.. ur X.12r.$168.'i6
K bet. 17th& 18th. 410.00 li, near 21at at.. Sr.. 150
Maas. ave. and ihonia* V'th.above K at . I2r..lo0
Circle, 17r :i33.33 K. I. ave..lit 10417... 125
Coiui.ave.,uear X st. 2."?0 Pat , near l'.'th, 10r . 125
K. bet. 17th 4i 18.15r.25o 2tith.bet. (Jami R., 1 Or 11M)
Lst., bet 14 4; 15.22r.250 N ll.av..aiid N st , 13r.<5
K bet. 15th & 10th,12r.250 :15th, uear W u.w., llr.. .05
OFFICES.
141 F at., 2d floor, 5front N. E. cor. 12th audP?.
rs., heated by steam. #80 ave.. lr #83.33
S>4) 1, 3d floor, 5 front rs., lt:tst F st., 2d floor. 2r. 3ft
heated bv steam 00 470 La. ave., from 10 to 20
Eletrar.t rooms in "Sun 513 11th St.,'-ir 25
Buildin?,"nre,iro>.f,2ele- 1211 Fat. n.w.,2r 25
vators, heated by steam, 1211 Fat. u.w , 3r 25
lrorn #3U to #1>0 ua h. 513 11 th st.,3r 20
STORES.
512H 11th at. n.w . #50 005 Oth st. n.w #25
my27 R. O. HOL1ZMAN. lOtn and F st*. n.w.
DW REXT-OKE TWO-STuUY BRICK HOUSE;
!l n.oius; ail mod. imp.: concrete cellar . ic wly pa
?red and painted; 2214 ti st n.w. H? rdica run to the
juse. Rent *35. Inquire 403 7th st. my27-8t
CIS
h>OR RENT - #20 ? T AO-STORY. SEVEN-BOOM
Brick, concrete cellar; all modern iiuproveuienu
1404 T st. n. w. WM. F. IK IL1ZMAN,
my27-3t 1321 F st. n.w.
I" >OB REN'i?
723 18th st., 12r. # 100 739 24th at. Or #17 .?0
Fur- 2122 H st 15r. .100 H17V st .or 17
2112 M at.. lOr. andst.,75 1..04 2tithat.,5r ..15.30
141020th, 10r.,m.i....7.J 737 24that.. #r 15.30
1226 12th at., lOr...50.07 2705 K st..Or 15
1331 V sE, 12r? m.i..">0.50 !>4s 27th st.. sr 15
2321 Pa.av.,10r.,iu.l.50.50 si 1 20thst . 5r 14 30
2325Pa.av.,1 Or.,ui.i.5o 5o 1203 28thst ,5ra 14.30
Fur., 2027 H st.,7r.?5o 517 lit 23d St., 5r 14.30
Si3s P st., Itr . iu.1 40.50 2313 G St., Or 14.30
1145 21 St., 12r.,ui.1.40.50 823 23d at . 5r 1.1
S04 21st. 10r., m.i ..40.50 2233 Cleveland ave 13
2127-29 K at.Or.ui.i.37 50 2504 I at.. Or 12.30
1819G sE, lor , m. i.35.50 821 24th *t.,5r 12.30
808 21st at., 8r.,ui.L.35.50 4 rooms 2118 Pa. ave 12
903 23dst., ?r., m.i.35.50 2704-8 K st.. Or 12
21204 I-i. ave.,7r.. .30 50 2710 K st,. 5r 12
2721 X St., 12r.,m.i.30.50 430 l.th at. Or 10.50
2211 t St., Sr., m. 1. .27.50 2009 I st., 5r 10.30
2137 F St., Sr.. m.i. .25.50 Rear2409 1 at.. Or 10.30
2135 Pa. ave., Or... .26.30 511 Wilcox court, 5r 10
1421 Wst.,7r..ma. 25 STABLES.
2127 H St., 7r 22.50 Rear 24061'*. ave 16
1213-17 30th, Or. ?22.50 STOKES.
2024 L, 6r 21.80 Store 2112 M at., lOr . .75
1225 30th at.,?r ...20.45 1749 Pa. ave 40.50
1917 Rat., 9r.,w.fc(T.20.50 1738 peuna. ave 35
For a full liat apply to WESCOTT * WILCOX,
my25 1907 Pa. ave. n.w.
1?OR RENT?HOUSE 1331 N ST. X W.. 11 ROOMS
and bath rooma. price #05. 1203 O st. n.w.. 11
rooms and both rooms, price #.">0. I<i02 Vermont
ave. n.w., 9 rooma and bath rooms. price #50. 1008
Vennout ave. n.w., 7 rooms and bath rooms, price #35,
with all other modern improvements Keys at 1333
14th st. u.w. House 313 Cat. s.e., 10 rooms aud Irath
rooms, with modern improvements. price #30 Keys
at 315 C st. le. _ _ my24-?K*
OR RENT- #75-1341 LST N. W., ATTRACTIVE
three-story, bay-window bra k, ten rooma, ranto,
latrobe, bath, hack buildiutr. cellar, rear alley Jos.
FORREST, 1003 F at ; Uoura 12 to 2. m? 23-2w
U^OR RENT?2020 HILLTER PLACE, TH REE
story brick. 12 rooms; furuace. dry cellar, s-ood
ulumbliiK; parlor, library, dimiur-room. pantry, and
kiuheu on first floor; 4 ued rooms aud bath ou second
floor. WM. B. KING, 906 F st. my22-2w
^6rrent
No. 2146 Pa. ave. n.w? No. 1007 lat st. n.w., 7
10 r*., tm>d-lmpa ....#r>5 ra..mod. imps #22.50
No. 950 S at. u.w.,8 ra.. No. 1011 lat st n.w., 7
mod imps $40 rs., n.. d imps #22.50
No. 906 S st. n.w , 8 ra. No. 1009 H st. ne., 8
mod. imps_ $35 ra.. mod. imps #15
No. 1915 11th at. n.w., 10-room Vvttam at
9 ra.. mod. tiupa. #25 "t'harlton Heiirbta,"
N X 935 N sE n.w .0 ra. ; Brmnchville, Md , par
mod. imps #22 50 uio #50
CHARLES W. HANDY, Real Estate.
my25-6t 921 F street n.w.
TMB RENT?UXFURXISHED?
I* 2 Dupout Circle .#150 1440 N st #80
1447 Mass. ave 130 1430 S st. 60
1138 Conn, ave 83.33 2020 F at 40
613 13th rt 70 1515 lien* 25
12191 at 100 4 Fas ette Terrace 20
1206 K rt _80 708 H st. n.e ..20
1310 19th it 75 1427 Fat_ ofaca..... 12.00
1314 19th St. 83.33
FURNISHED
19th and I st* #41806 19th, new R. 208.33
16th at., near Q..,..^, .375 M at? near 14tfc. i <5
13th. bet. K aud L. 383.33 lmb st .nTDupotitUtr.12o
iny24 1437 pann. ave. n. w.
TXtt RENT?BEAUTIFUL HOME. 631 N. C AVE..
J? half a block from Peuna. ave. care; honas 40 fast
front. 6larceand2small roans; cellar audaU ood.
' 1 ^f^BfclSS'^Z^AaU,,U
1008 fat
FOR RENT-HOUSES.
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142U N at , 3 at. I.k . Ml R at. 3-?t. liri. *.
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MIORKa.
ItiO Pi ave? 3-Mt<ir> 2112 M au, store and
brick, lit., ?i 11 dwclliuK $79
alley *14"i
OFUl'KK.
02j F at. n.w., 3ra., 3d 025 F at. n. w.. 3ra.. 5tb
floor (40 lluur
025 1 at. U w.. 3ra? 4th
floor 35
FLATS.
1341 Htli at., l&rtrt' 1341 14th at, Mrond
atore *100 IWrflut fiJO
1341 14th ft.. 11 rat 1341 14th at., third
floor flat 65 floor Hal..............,.5'J
81 A But;.
In n-ar of 1420 X' at., 3 Mialla, room for 3 ramairoa,
t-oacUiuan'a room, tiral t laaa #-.'150
? , ^ M. M I ARrLr.
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M. OAMCif HOU 7th at B.W. myl(i-lni_
1.VIK RKNT?IN AXACOMTIA 7 1tiH)M HulKC;
i liar i..iia- loi-utiun. larxe yard, tr?aa au l flowt-raj
ou? yvar tor t"'5<l.
11-r.uiii Houm!-. drliirbtful rn.uiitls. ahadi: and fruit
tru a. atai.li , k... . our ) nr fSwi. FHi thr aliotf arc
cuti.cnK'Iit to ftr." t rara. rburt bca ami ai hoola. Oood
wutrr ami healthl ill location Apply to
iuyl7-liu 11. A GkbWuU), Auaroatia. D.C.
1*lK Rl S i 1537 14 III si N. IN VERY t'UM
lorliil.l 3-stori bm k. s n?.ii ?. larvi |?.rlor wij
ci-llar, balli. and j unl. in. lammtut. n ut, *40. Ap
ply liioanrr, 411 15tli at. 11. w. tn) l-2ni
1.H1I: KKM .M'iSI HES1UA11LI <"<ihSER UUlklC
? itliin block klupout Dlri li-: *
Apply AU.Via.E8 I ARI.Y,
m> li.-lin OO.'114that.
1X)U UKXT - HIX ROOM RRIt K H0I 8E, 3!?
r I I tli al. s.e.. vnli r ami m*k? . m ar hi-nln a 111 .1 cara,
115 30. Apply to b. K. I'AlRo. 4K2 La. avt. tny7 1lM
l/nlt Itl S 1 l l.n.AM ? ..| I M.I 1 OKI AISiKu
r 12 riH.tiia. with nr* alal.li- in rvar. wrurr Wmal.
li-y lain aud Tenleylowu road, imim^uaicly oppoaiW
Oak View.
Kll lsihat. n w? 3atorj arid l?aiui?iit .........#75
1 730 i'at l.l
1020 17th at. ti. w., 3-at.. t?arliirnt and attir ...00
51 and 53 Hat. n. w., 3-atorj. uew bouae 30
1517 Pirrct Flace... 25
1421 W at. H.W., 2 atory Will baai luent 25
207 R at. n.e.. 2-atory aud baaeiueut 25
7230that. a.c.,2 atory 144
n.j'4 -nu Hl.Ai.1^ RliUW N k Hi ? 1:'21 * Mt.
SUBURBAN PROFERTyTI
^OR SALE ?
Is AT TAK'iMA 1AKK
Spwial tarvaiu thla week In two lota -' ?lc |?r foot
caah, worth 8c.
Alao lHacrea ou Takouia HeivhU at *l,.'.no a irreat
barvuiu. LLM18 ft UEAIOK,
uiy27-3t <H8|? F at. u.w,
i. OR SALE?
I At Takouia l*ark, a new all-room c timer 10 0<Hi
feet of arround in old park. 1 rccnUoualit well built;
liar, i^r.li, latrv.be, ftt lTi.*, (.1.400. iruuio
Oiate po?M.?Mva LEWIS ft I1KATOX.
tu) -3t ?I2K 1 at 1.1.
l-ul. SU.E bl.iaihi.^Nli L0T8-H1OH AND
J healthy; only 20 ri.iautea' walk from city. aiau
couvenleiit to elm-tni' and ateiiui twra . U-ii hi.'iaoa no a
under i iinatmcti. n . ?e hare the rlioireat lota for aa.c
at pricea rautrlna Iroiu 4 to 12c., or (3oo to $K00 par
lot; alao a fea lota al 2c , or (150 per lot.
McLAt HLK.N ft BA H II1XD1.R,
mj-25-lot 1J15 Fat. u w
J| ALP1X vuJjfSSlS VILLAGE^N yIL_
Tw?.?1LI>
1 ?m the *ettag?'"g^gj? _ PU1CE LOW.
LOCATION J Nh| ^^.u?moU.
H iLl'l s *?''*};*?|wut 60X100 la?f.
V.ith.treela and ?^^k. tbe ?<r?u
***** *{uJn*d train* atop at Ral'j oelebtwted
sri. ?????? *&?
Ilia'kville tunil ^ ,,lala. by l?.ra.*<a
Sffl?SSffi?Sfe?SAS ???
asssui Sa??"Ri^jspsssk.
1416 1 at U W^
IK^JEaS^^ToODLEY. OS WOOULEY LASE,
tlflii'U n.uiutea'drive fr.^n boundar) , a lib furm
ture really for occU|?ncy ; beater, raiure and but and
cold water. baa flrat-claaa barn and camatfc Uoaaab
with rottatre for irardener. n. el lent ivaturatfe, a?d
complete outfit of farn.imr uiaualla can be Icaaed with
UftC pUM.
For other lnfonuatiou ar.pl) oa the pramiaaa or aa
CRAKE FARR18 4 CO.. Bank era. Ebbitt Houw.
L m)7-lm
jiakoma pare.
lewis * HEATOX'8 WERT EKD ADDITIOM.
The hacbaat and bast part of Takoma Park ,'oal aob
diviueil. out) three agnarea from the ataUon. and ad
ji tnuur the moat Uuckly settled puctMW of the oM
A never-falling sprlna of purr water i-ennaneoUy ra.
su red lor tha ?at oftbe lot oaruera. Iks only lots
an) a here near the station at teat prtcas.
A complete abstract of title fur all lota 1
Park kept up to data.
LEWI6 * HEATON,
ap2i>-l?n tfvw t at. >.w.
~FOR RENT?STABLES. ~
LTOR REST- ?: :k> BXAlTim XEW BRICK

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