?OMR SEKIOCS CHARGES.
Xi|lM?r Offlrtn and Contractor* Said
to Have Been Robbing tbe Government.
Hataxxah, Oa.. May 31.?Charges of whole
saie robbery of the United Rtates government
by fee river and harbor improvement contrac
tors, Ben). D. Green. John M. Guvnor, and
their associates. are made by W. B. Curtis,
who has been an assistant United
tates engineer off and on since 1872.
The contractor* have had the principal con
tractu for deepening the harbor* of Savannah,
Charleston. Brunswick. Fernandina and Jack
sonville since 1882. In 1882 Green resigned his
commission in the army. He was engaged
then in work on the Savannah river. He bid
for the contracts, bnt was underbid bv B. 8.
Burnett, now United States engineer at t>auk
ford. Kt. Gen. Gilmore recommended the
acceptance of Burnett's bid. bnt Green went to
Washington, bad the contracts relet.and secured
it. Curus was in charge of improvements at
Savannah under Gen. Gilmore for several years
prior to 1385. Last July while engaged at
Cincinnati in government work, Curtis ac
cepted an invitation of Lieut. O. M. Carter,
United States engineer in charge of im
provements at Savannah and along this
coast, to resume work under him here.
He came out. In February he says Green ap
proached him and told him if he would accept
an appointment by Carter as inspector he would
S'vehimroOa month extra. Curtis reported
e offer to Carter, and after an interview with
Green and Carter he resigned, and is now
doing engineering work for the city of Savan
nah. He declares that money appropriated
for this harbor is grossly misapplied, and the
improvements claimed by Carter do not exist.
He says that Greeu told him that he got Carter
to move Inspector G. W. Brown in 1886 to Fer
nandina. and his successor was wortt- S60 a
day to him more; that if Curtis would accept
the inspectorship he would soon be taken into
business with his iirni, which expected to do
business in Peru and Chili, and that Lieut.
Carter intended to resign in a few months and
go in with them. Curtis' statements have
aroused public opinion. It is hoped the gov
ernment will institute an investigation.
THE LKAOIE HOOKS.
What Was Said About Them Before the
Parnell Commission To-day.
Londoh. May 31.?At the sitting of the Par
nell commission to-day Mr. Beid. of the Par
nellite counsel, stated that inquiry had resulted
in the finding of thirtv books belonging to the
national league, which would be produced in
court. Mr. Lockwood. one of the Parnellite
counsvl. produced a pass-book, apparently be
longing to Mr. Justin McCarthy, which dated
from November, 1880. to May, 1887. which con
tained an entry of a check for *100 paid to
Frank Byrne, the dynamiter. Mr. McCarthy
informed the court that the pass-book did not
belong to him. tliat it never was in his posses
sion. and that he did not know that the book
WAITING FOR INSTRUCTIONS.
The Samoaii Conference Will Not Meet
for Several Days.
Bkblix. May 31.?The Samoan conference
will not meet again for several days. The
commissioners have agreed to the questions at
issue and have drawn up a protocol. This has
been telegraphed to the governments inter
ested. and it is exjiected that replies will be re
ceived by wire. On their arrival a iinal formal
Bitting will be held.
THE BARGE BAVARIA.
Had the Crew Remained on Hoard
They Would Have Heeu Saved.
Wa-ertown. N. I., May 31.?Further partic
ular Lave been received about the barge Ba
varia, one of the Calvin's boats that was re
ported stranded on Galloup Island. It seeems
that when the barge struck the shoal, the crew,
eight persons in all, took to a small boat, but
on account of the terrific gale they could not
reach the island and were lost." They were
seen at one time by a parsing tug clinging to
their yawl. The tug could not render any as
sistance. The yawl was afterward seen float
ing with no person in her. Permission had to
be obtained from the Treasury department, at
Washington, before any wrecking assistance
could be sent to the barge. When she was
reached thev found her in very good condition,
with scarcely any water in the hold. Clothes
belonging to the men were dry. and liad they
remained aboard o' the barge all would have
Another English Syndicate Purchase.
Lovisville. Ky.. May 31.?An English syndi
cate yesterday consummated the purchase of
320.000 acres of yellow pine Iand.four sawmills,
three planing mills, and miles of railroad in
Esambie county.} Fla. The sellers were the
Mnscovie lumber company, the Michigan lum
ber company, and the G. W. Bobinson com
pany. The price paid was $1,500.000.
John Gilbert, the Veteran Comedian, 111.
Bosto*. May 31.?John Gilbert, the veteran
comedian, is quite ill in this city. Mr. Gilbert
came from Sew York a few days ago. accompa
nied by his wife, intending to go to his summer
Lome at Manchester-by-the-Sea. but found it
necessary to consult his physician here. He is
suffering from kidney troubles and a slight at
tack of pneumonia.
The Militia Withdrawn.
Juliet. III.. May 31.?Four companies of
militia were withdrawn from Braidwood yes
terday, leaving four more to do guard duty
and protect property. Fiftv more men went
to work Yesterday, making i)6 in all. The com
Cny will put new men to work next week un
? the regular men who signed contracts go
to work. 1 his, it is thought, will produce trou
ble, as blacklisting is equivalent to murder
among the miners.
Shot Him Without Warning.
t tica. N. Y., May 31.?A dispatch from Ox
ford, Chenango county, says that Garrett
Wheeler, a foreman in the stone quarries there,
was fatally shot by Nelson Brae kett. one of the
workmen, at 10-.3D last night. The assault was
made without warning, and was inspired by
revenge because Mr heeler had been concerned
in the prosecution of lJraekett's brother for an
offense which he had committed. Wheeler is
a middle-agi'd man. and has a wife und two
Children. Brackett has been arrested.
A Mail Agent Shot In Chicago.
Cbicaoo. May 81.?James Phelan, a mail
?gent on the Michigan Southern railway, who
travels from Toledo to Syracuse, was shot and
seriously if not fatally wounded by Frank Le
fevre in front of Morrison's saloon, corner of
Blue Island avenue aud 14th street, about 10
o'clock last night. Phelan tired first at Le
fevre. but missed him. The latter then fired a
bullet into Phelan'a groin and ran away. He
was arrested about midnight. The cause of
the shooting is unknown.
A Bicycle Tournament In Rochester.
Boca est ea, N. Y.. May 31.?The tournament
Of the West End Bicycle club at the Driving
park yesterday was a great success. About 200
wheelmen took part The track was not favor
able for fast time. Half mile, open handicap
60 yarils, waa won by E. O. Basicoe, of Wood
atock. Ont.; time 1:21. One mile novice safetv
machines, W. F. Gassier, of Niagara Falls;
time 3:22. Mile. Monroe county champion
ship, J. A. Heusner. Bochester: time 3 min
utes. One mile novice, wheels 35 pounds. E.
A. Folsotn. Bochester: time 3 minutes and 8
seconds. One mile, handicap 100 yards. E. O.
Basicoe: time 2:50. One hundred yards slow
race. L G. Mabelt. Bochester: time *4:08. Five
mile handicap, one-half mile. E. O. Basicoe;
time 17 :Wk. Quarter mile dash, George L.
Eatea. of Rochester: time 53.',. Two mile,
state championship. E. II. Cochran, of Leroy
time 6 43. Quarter mile dash. E. O. Basicoe
time 3? seconds. Mile and half, handicap ?10
yards. E. O. Basicoe; time 4:5344. Mile tan
dem bicycle. Heusner aud Chamberlain, of
Bochester: time 3-05. Mile safetv. G. F. Kafier
MUlersville. Pa. , time 3:53'*. Mile consolatiou.
handicap 100 yards, C. J. Connelly, of Boches
ter, tune 3.40.
Earthquake Shocks in Europe.
Ixjxdo*. May SL?A slight earthquake shock
?ecurred 00 the Isle of Wight to-dav.
Earthquake shocks were felt at Cherbourg,
Havre, iwuea. Granville. Coen. Portsmouth
aud Havaut yesterday evening. No damage to
property is reported.
Famib. May 31. -Several earthquake shocks
were fait oa the left hank of the mer Seine
Canadian Canals to be Opened.
Ottawa. Oxt., Mar 31.?Instructions have
been issued by the department of railways and
canals for the opening of all the St. Lawrence
canals from midnight Saturday* until 6 p. m.
Sundays. This order is the outcome of the
Strong representations of Canadian forwarders
that by closing the canals all day on Sunday
they were discriminated against and that traffic
ns being diverted to the Erie canal which
Otherwise would take the St. Lawrence route.
A RUMORED DISASTER.
Which Fails to be Confirmed by Further
Montreal, May 11.?It is rumored that the
a team ship Lake Ontario, vhich left here on
Wednesday for Liverpool with a full list of
cabin passenger*, has gone down with all
hands. The vessel should have been in the
neighborhood of Anticosti yesterday, and it is
known that a terrible storm has been raging
in the gulf for the last few days.
The rumor of the disaster seems well authen
Inquiry at all of the offices of the Great
Northwestern telegraph company along the
Oulf of St. Lawrence fails to confirm the re
ported loss of the steamship Lake Ontario.
No tidings of the vessel have been received at
any of them.
London. May 31.?The owners of the Beaver
Line steamship Lake Ontario, reported to have
been lost in the Gulf of St. Lawrence yesterday,
hare not as yet received env news of the
Despondency Causes Suicide.
Ipswich. Mass., May 31.?Wells York, aged
fifty, a sectitn boss on the Boston and Maine
railroad, committed suicide yesterday by cut
ting his throat. Despondency from ill-health
was the probable cause. He leaves a widow.
Carpenters to Strike To-Morrow.
Lowell, Mass., May 31.?The Lowell car
penters'union last evening adopted a resolution
notifying the 200 signers of the agreement to
strike on June 1 for nine hours and regular pay
that the obligation goes into cffcct at 5 p. m.
to-morrow. All contractors were notified to
An Official Mediator Rewarded.
Bf.ri.in. May 31.?Emperor William will ap
point Herr Hammacher, member of the reich
stag, a councillor of state, as a reward for his
services in mediating between the miners and
their employers in the recent strikes.
No Expulsions at Colby University.
Waterville, Me.. May 31.?It is officially de
nied that there have been any expulsions of
Colby university students, as has been stated.
Two seniors and two freshmen were suspended
for general bad conduct. The report that the
lady students had anything to do with these
suspensions is wholly unfounded.
A Dynamite Mo rub In a Factory.
Randolph. Mass., May 31.?Two explosions
occurred in the factory of John Peach last
evening, wrecking a heavy iron machine used
for pricking heels, and kindling a blaze which
was speedily extinguished. It is thought that
a dynamite bomb was thrown in through the
factory window. An investigation will follow.
A Letter-Carrier Arrested for Rape.
S'UiERViLLE. Mass., May 31.?James Carney,
aged twenty-six, a married man. was arrested
yesterday, charged with rape upon Mary
Fuller, a seventeen-year-old girl of very re
spectable parents. Carney was formerly a
florist, but has recently received an appoint
ment as substitute letter-carrier.
Ail Odd Fellows* Celebration.
Lynchburg, Va.. May 31.-The seventieth
anniversary of Odd Fellowship was celebrated
here last night. Addresses by P. G. M. Grand
Representative J. B. Blanks and P. G. E. J.
Bond, both of Petersburg, were delivered, and
an elegant banquet was given.
The site for a colored orphan asvlum was
purchased near this city yesterdav, for which
funds are being donated north and south.
Arrested for Digainy.
Charlotte. N. C., May 31.?Mrs. Thos. E.
Swetzer, of Fall River, Mass., arrived here
Wednesday in search of her husband, who left
her two years ago. She was directed to Rock
ingham. a town 50 miles east of Charlotte.
Mrs. Swetzer went there yesterdav, where she
found here former husband living with another
woman as his wife. Wife No. 1 had Swetzer
arrested. She said that if he would accompany
her back to Massachusetts she would not prose
cute him. The father of wife No. 2. however, it
is understood, had Swetzer arrested on a charge
White Cap Outrage in Iowa.
Des Moines, Iowa, May 31.?A telegram from
Mount Auburn reports brief particulars of a
White Cap outrage which occurred near there
Wednesday night, and in which several per
sons were fately injured. The victim was a
farmer, and his barn was burned down. Being
driven out by the flames, he defended himself
with a Ditch-fork, wounding several White
Laps. Ail parties implicated are under arrest
except the wounded.
Reward Offered for a Train Robber.
Milwaukee. Wis., May 31.?The Milwaukee
and Northwestern officials offer $000 reward
for the man who robbed the train at Ellis Junc
tion. A dispatch last night savB the bandit had
been seen below Coleman aud'shawauee, about
11 miles from the scene of the robbery.
Fatal Stroke of Lightning.
Cortdon. Ind., May 31.?While Eph Ressner
was returning from Leavenworth to his home
in this county Wednesday afternoon lightning
struck his wagon, in which were seated five
persons besides himself, instantly killing his
wife and so severely shocking a "lady named
Cline that she-has become insane." All the
others were more or less injured. The wagon
was shattered and one of the horses killed.
Scalded by Rolling Copper.
Elizabeth, N. J., May 31.?An explosion oc
curred yesterday afternoon in the New Jersey
extraction works on Stateu Island souud, below
Elizabeth port. A furnace blew up and threw
boiling copper over a number of emploves.
Win. bale was fatally burned, and Edward Mc
Samee was struck by a flying bolt and is in a
critical condition. James Wright and Samuel
Elliott were also badly injured, but will proba
bly recover. The damage to the works amounts
to about $6,0U0.
Millions of Damage In West Virginia.
Charleston, W. Va., May 31.?A heavy rain
began falling here at noon yesterday and con
tinued until late last night, which caused a
flood in the tributaries of the Kanawha river.
The Chesapeake and Ohio railroad bridge over
Cabin creek was carried away, and booms in
Elk and Coal river* swept awav. and millions
of dollars worth of timber, lumber and rail
road ties swept away. It is feared that a por
tion of the city will be submerged. The rivers
are still rising. The thermometer registers 48.
Three of Them will Die.
Chicaoo. May 31.?A dispatch from Canon
I City. Col., says: While the Decoration Davpro
I cession was returning from the cemetery yes
! terday a team became frightened and came
tearing down the street in the line of carriages.
J They came in contact with a wagon in which
were three women and five children. The oc
| cu punts of the wagon which was run iuto were
injured, and two or three of them will die.
The injured are Mrs. S. A. Sheak, Mrs. C'harle*
White and mfivut, Mr* W. L. Jones and three
Xaturul Gas In Iowa.
Dm Moists. Iowa, May 31.?While boring a
well on the farm of 8. T. Smith, near Bayard,
yesterday, a flow of water was struck that bids
fair to rival the Belt Plain spouter. All efforts
to control it have so far beeu unsuccessful. An
amount of gas is with the water, which burns
freely. Great excitement prevails.
Foundered In Saginaw Ray.
Poet Huron, Mich., May 31.?The steamer
E. 8. Pease, of East Saginaw, is reported found
ered yesterday in Saginaw bay. The Pease was
commanded by John Sterling, of Saginaw City.
The crew, consisting of Capt. Sterling, Chief
Engineer Samuel Jamieson. Mate Martin Dona
hue, Second Mate William Gaines, and eight or
ten sailors are lost
WHAT THE OWXM SATS.
Detroit. Mich.. May 31.?A special to the
AVm from East Saginaw says: Capt Pease
went to Port Huron this morning. He said be
fore starting that the steamer Pease had gone
ashore. Me did not think anyone was drowned,
but had no authentic information.
SHE WAS SEEN YESTERDAY.
A special to the A'act from Port Huron.
Mich., says: Nothing is knewn hare of the
loss of the steamer E. S. Pease. Tfie steamer
B. W. Arnold reports seeing the Pease at 9
o clock yesterday morning, at which time she
ll* lo?"e Jjer?*>w' the barge* Planet and
Jbe Pea*e was then about 17 miles
off Point Aax Barques and heading east She
was then working all right aad was making
northeast shore. It is reported here that Capt
Stirling s wife and children were on board. The
Pease has a crew of eighteen men. A small
reported ashore near Port Ant
barque* which may be the Pease.
For Other Tekyraptoc Awe* See Page* 1 and 6
Some of tbe Attractions of To-morow's
To-morrow's twelve-page Stak will be of un
usual interest. The local features which have
given Thz Star inch a strong hold upon tbe
people of the District will be particularly at
tractive, while tbe general reading matter,
both that by its special correspondents as well
as that furnished by its staff of trained re
porters and extensive telegraphic connection,
will be found highly entertaining. Many of
the articles, both upon local and general sub
jects, will bo illustrated. Those interested in
athletic or fashionable sports will find the field
fully covered, while those who seek general
literature will be perfectly satisfied that the
high standard which Th* Star has so long up
held is fully maintained. The complete news
system which daily covers every happening In
this country and abroad and which lias given
Th* Star such a high rank as a newspaper is
a guarantee that no event worthy of chroni
cling will be overlooked. The following are
some of the features of to-morrow's Stab:
DRINKS AND DRINKING CUPS (illustrated) :?
Collections in the National museum.
PUSH AND PROGRESS (illustrated):?
Washington real estate agents and how they
An interesting description of the wonderful
improvements northeast of the city.
A sketch of this large and prosperous asso
ELEGANT MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS:?
How pianos are effectively decorated to suit
their surroundings (by Mary Gay Humph
REAL ESTATE GOSSIP:
The question of Washington rents thoroughly
A description of the international republic
of the far east. (By Henry Norman.)
AFTER MANY DAYS:?
An entertaining story of Memorial Day.
THE DRESS OF THE PERIOD:?
The new order of things arranged by the
upper ten thousand. (By Jennie June.)
ETIQUETTE AND MANNERS:?
Some puzzling questions about society's rules
THE STARS OF JUNE:?
l lanets and constellations that will make the
night sky brilliant. (By W, C. Winlock.)
NOTES IN NEW YORK:
Soine of Gotham's fashions in other things
than clothes. ^By Tuk Star's special cor
Practical suggestions to industrious house
IN OFFICIAL SOCIETY:?
Interesting gossip about prominent people.
What is going on in tenuis courts and on the
Summer Plans of Well-Known People?
Mrs. T. W. Pulmer wiil sail from New York
to join her husband in Madrid early next week.
Mrs. Palmer has been in Detroit for the past
month arranging for her absence abroad. The
lirst letter received from Minister Palmer, who
sailed on the 8th of this month, announced
that he is ''well and happy."
Mrs. Montgomery Blair will spend the sum
mer at the family place, near Silver Springs
station, in Maryland.
Lieut. L. L. Reamy, of the U. S. S. Trenton,
has returned to the city, and is enjoying the
comforts of home after his experiences in Su
Admiral and Mrs. Porter will summer at their
cottage in Jamestown. 11. I.
Mr. C. C. Glover will join a riding party that
has projected a tour of the mountains and val
leys of Virginia for a summer outing.
Mrs. Thompson-Swann has taken possession
of the residence of the late Chief Justice Waite
on 1 street. Mrs. Tlioinpson-Swaun has a sum
mer place in Princeton. N. J., where she will
spend the summer months. Mrs. Tlioinpsou
Swann has lived for the past two winters in a
Mrs. Dolph has left the city to visit Prince
ton college, where her son, Chester, is a
Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. Leiter and Miss Leiter
have taken up their abode for the heated sea
son at Newport. They will visit in Lenox dur
ing the late autumn.
Mrs. Logan, with her charges, the Misses
Pullman, of Chicago, are expected to arrive iu
this city from Europe next mouth. The ladies
of the Garfield hospital board of managers will
give Mrs. Logan a reception of welcome on her
Ex-Minister to Spain J. L. M. Curry will take
up his permanent residence in this city next
winter. Mr. Curry is an ex-member of the
House, a theologian and a student. He is a
brother-in-law to Mrs Calderon Carlisle, of this
Col. and Mrs. Bonaparte will leave next
month for their Newport villa, where they will
spend the summer.
The Closing Session To-day?Election of
The convention of the representatives of mu
tual life and accident associations held its
final session at the National hotel to-day. Offi
cers were elected as follows: D. J. Avery,
of Illinois, president; S. A. Lowell, M. E.,
secretary; John J. Acker. New York, treasurer;
Vice-presidents?Isidor Bush. Missouri; George
C. Wing, Maine; M. Eby, Massachusetts; W.
Pemberton Page, Canada; D. J. Peck. Connecti
cut; H. C. Brownell, New York; L. G. Fouse,
Pennsylvania: T. B. (Campbell. District of
Columbia; W. C. llaudlau, West Virginia;
E. T. Carson. Ohio; W. H. Dunn
ing, Michigan; T. S. Quincy, Illinois;
J. M. Ostrander. Wisconsin; E. 11. Whitcomb,
Iowa; F. C. Havens, California; H. M. Mc
Ilhany, Virginia; J. Johnson. Tennessee; W. Z.
Thompson. Kentucky; E. E. Lyman, New
Hampshire; and John E. Wilkins. Indiana.
Committee on legislation -Alfred Taylor, New
York, chairman; E. F. Phelps, Illinois: Wm.
Bro. Smith, New York; Clias. E. Foote. Michigan.
Executive committee?E. F. Phelps. Illinois,
chairman: V. L. Sawyer, Connecticut; E. B.
Ilarper, New York; Geo. A. Litchfield, Massa
chusetts; David Murray, New York; B. F.
Dyer, Massachusetts. The convention spent
the morning considering various questions
raised iu the report of the executive commit
A resolution was adopted urging the adop
tion of a one-cent rate for letter postage.
The convention adjourned to meet in New
York June 13. 1890.
The Death Record.
During the twenty-four hours ending at
noon to-day deaths were reported to the health
office as follows: Rose Bock, white, 1 mouth:
Elizabeth B. Bradford, white, 7 years; Albert
E. Parker, colored, 1 year.
Quick Thaiss to Philadelphia.?The fastest
trains ever iu service from Washington to Pbil
adeiphia are running daily via B> aad O. R. R.
They are all equipped with Pullman buffet par
lor or sleeping cars and no extra tare is exacted
for list time. t 0
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At Brenham. Tex., Mrs. Randolph Bradt be
came suddenly insane. *nd. seizing a pistol,
killed two of ?er children?orio foifa- years' did
and the other kix. Shs took the youngest child,
a baby. and-escaped from tbe hotwe and itwl
at large. ??> : 1 ? ' ' * .o J
At Evans ville, Ind., Wednesday night, Albert
Wilson, a railroad man, fataUy shot bis young
wife and then sent a bullet through his own
brain. He died instantly. Jealousy was the
A tramp who was stealing a ride on a freight
train of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad
was set upon and beaten by two negro brake
men, and shot by the conductor. The dead
body was then thrown on the track. The
brakemen have been arrested. The conductor
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terms to Bo* 100, Star office. my31-3t
WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED LADY 8TENO
11 grapher and typewriter a lirst-class position; I
best reference* lunuslied. Address E. M. H, Star
W ANTED?POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER WITH
11 a widower or bachelor by a middle-aged German
lady, who can iurmsli tlio best of recommendation*.
Apply at yl3 4th st. n.w. iny30-3t*
WANTED-BY A COLOREdImRLXpLACE AS
11 nurse; willing to assist in chamberwork; (food
references. Apply at 1209 I st. n.w, mv30-2t*
WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS MECHANIC, A
11 situation as carpeuter and stair-builder; wages
no object. Address 1. K., Star office. my29-3t*
WANTED - AN EXPERIENCED SETTLED 1
11 white woman wishes a situation as a nurse with
a lady leaving the city, can furnish best of reference.
Address .i 1 I.I A. Star office. my2i?-3t*
WANTED - BY A RESPKCTABLE ENGLISH
? ? couple a place to look after property or take rare
of house for summer, and make themselves useful;
can trive tfood references. Address W. A., 00 G st. s.w.
W ANTED -SITUATIONS FOR FIRST-CLASS
11 white and colored cooks, housekeepers, Lome
man, mauls, Ac.. also German and Canadian cooks.
Scotch and German maids Cities resortsaiidcountry.)
my25-dt* BLRNHAM S, 910 0th st^n.w.
ANTED?FREE?THE CITY INTELLIGENCE
office furnishes highly recommended servants
and clerical applicants. Rooms registered free. Gov
ernment applications for position* prepared. Unfur
nished rooms in demand. 711 G n.w, uiyL'o-tit"
"WANTED-A YOUNG LADY OF FINISHED MU
11 hi. ul education desires a position an goveruess
where study of music may be made a specialty;
highest relerences exchanged. Address A. B. L.,
Star office. m]r21-13t*
J ANTED - AT HEADQUARTERS - POSITION'S
for cooka. chambermaid, waitresn, lauiidrt-ss and
nurses, aeamstress. Men waiters, cooks, coachmen,
butlers. SAM L A. COOMBE. 0^0 F st n.w. uiSl-tit1
\|TANTED--MEN AND WOMEN COOKS, *10 TO
IT $7it. chambermaids, Laundresses.Drivers,White
Shirt I Toners, Oardeners, Farm and Dairy Men. Help
of all kinds. DICK'S Agency, 613 7th st. u. w. It*
WANTED?A YOUNG MAN, A GOOD PENMAN^
11 desires a situation; willing to work; good refer
ences. Address WORK, Star office. my31-2t'
WANTED?BY A COLOBED WOMAN. WHO IS A .
willing worker, a good home with some white ,
family. W llling to leave the city. Call at 442 1 st.
n. w. my31-'Jt*
WANTED-A GOOD COOK-AND LAUNDRESS TO [
11 go north. Call at ~0^j Hiliyer Place, near 1st |
St., after ti o'clock. my30-3t*
\\fANTED?A COLORED WOMAN TO COOK]
1* wash and iron for a small family. Mustbeagoodj
cook; stay at nnrht. Apply, with references, at 1333
Wallaeh l'lace u.w. my30-3t*
ANTED- A CAPABLE AND EFFICIENT MAN
to act as salesman and book-k 'eper. Wages. #.">0
per mo.; must have good references from last em
ployer. Address Box 119, Star office. my30-3t*
WANT ED-GOOD INSUBAITCB lOOl; WILL FAY '
salary or commission. Apply to EASTERDAY k
HAI.DEMAN, COS F st. u.w. my30-3t*
Wanted - a colored- woman to"cook^
wash and iron. Apply at 1U?"~ 15th st. d. w.
W AN1 ED - A REGISTERED PHARMACIST
" ls'st of references. Address 1 OLE, Star office.
ANTED?A COMPETENT COLORED MAN.
11 liceusedengineer. J. MAURY DOVE, 21st aud I
W ANT ED-ACO MPETENT OOOK FOR SMALL |
" family iu the country; good wat/t.s and a perma
nent home to a satisfactory party; a niiddle-a#red per- ,
son preferred. Call from Wto 10 and .'1 to 4 o'clock.
GOLD8DOROUOH BROlflERtt & CO.,
xuy29-3t i:>oa Penna.ave.
WANTKD?CAPABLE" SALESMAN TO 1N TR0
duce our goods; euenretic man can build up prof
itable and permanent business for himself. Apply,
with references, to ROBACHER'tt DISINFECTANT
OUU Rochester, V. V. My29 At
AIT ANTED -HELP FOR PHILADELPHIA; FOR
11 city; white and colored cooks, butlers, lady book
keepers, nurses, farm and dairymen, dressmakers;
trunks stored , remember we charge all, rich and poor
alike. BURN HAM'S, iilO 9th st. n.w. myJ.Vut*
1ST ACTED - SEVEN CHAMBERMAIDS FOR
11 Berkeley, W. Va . and 5 lur Lake City, N. J. Also
Kood working women and men for city. Applications
for Government positions prepared. CITl INTEL
LIGENCE OFFICE, 711 Gst. n.w. MjSiMK1
WANTED?MANAGER, ON 8ALAKY $2,000 PER
year, to open branch office in your locality; busi
ness purely mercantile; one that will inspire you with
pride, pleasure.and prolit; trade established; no can*
vnasiniror i eddlinir; a rare opportunity. J. E. 8HEP
ARD. and *.'7 VN . ,0th st., Cincinnati, Ohio. my$4
WAN TFD?A "capable LAW CLERK. APPLY j
bet. S and H a. m , 1 "il9 K St. u.w. my','3-"Jw*
VrnfANTED-LEARNERS FOR 1'RoF. CHRIST
11 NER'S New International Tailor System of Dress
and Garment CuttuiK with inch rule and tape measure
aloue.no scales, and the only system used that is
based U|>on scientific tailor principles. System tainrht
by Mine. S. J. MKSbEK, 1303 H st.u.w. my lo-lm*
AVANTED ? DfNDORES EMPLOYMENT BO
TT lean, conducted by ladies, men aud worneu,
w lute and colored, tor all kinds ut domestic labor, tor
District and states, with references. 717 M st. u.w.
my 11-1 iu* .
?\*T AN TED?TO BUY FOR CASH, IAFETY 11ICY
TI rle; in list be in wood condition and low in price
Address Uox 100, Star office. mydl-L't*
WANTED?TO RENT MVEBY STABLE OF 20
to stalls. will buy stock of same it suitable.
Address LIVERY, Star office, statiiiK rent of stable
and value of stock. my31 ~t"
W ANTED-TO BUY A RESTAURANT OR WILL I
, 1 buy a hall interest ill a well-established nstau
rant. Addn'ss H. E. B., Star office. liij 'Jil-.it *
VkTANTED DRESS CUTTING MADK V.AsV,
,, .Muduine WashuiKton's "Dress CuttiiiK Scale," Just
patented, enables every one to learn to cut all kinds of
garments readily and accurately The system will be
taiiKht, and the scule aud a measure book lurnikbcd
li<r ??i. Persons learning this sjsteiu are unme?liaiely
pla< eil in a position to cam Kood waKcs. Ready cut
aud basted liuinKS tniarmnteed to fit. 12*?'3 F st. n. w.
WAN TED-PARLOR FURNITURE UPHOL
stered; Mattresses made over, work done iu a
neat aiul substantial manner; slip covers cut aud
made;perfcct titifuaranteed. C. NELSON, r."J3Gn.w.
\KTANTED?PASTURAGE. HORSES TAKEN FOR
11 p?stura?fe at Chevy Chase farm, two miles north
west of Tenallytown. I'erms |ier month. Apply to
H. G. CARROLL on the premise^ my'Jo-ttt*
VV ANTED?H. BAUM PAYS THE HIGHEST CASH
11 prices lor second-hand Furniture, Carpets and
Feathers. Entire Households a specialty. Address
i!lD 7th st. s.w. my.'j
WANTED?HORSES TO PASTURE AT *5 PER
month, trrain feed extra; |>ersoual attention.
Order box Price's stable. 311 tith n.w.; farm 7tb-st.
road, eight miles from city. O. H. P. CLARK, Sligo,
TMIJANTED?HOUSEHOLD AND OFFICE FUR
11 iture of every description. Also Store Fixtures
and Stocks of Merchandise. Address, CARLTON. 030
K st. u.w. my'-M-lm
"VI7 ANTED?TO BUY?GOOD SECOND-HAND GEN- I
11 tlemen's Clothes, Guns, Pistols, Ac., for which
hitrheat cash price is paid. Call or send |>osUl to
myl7-lm* A^ E1ZNAR. 130111th st. it.
WANTED-SMOKE PORIUONDO k OO.'H CI- i
II gars; Carolina and Concha Floreata, 5c. each: 1
Margarita Loudre and Zarzuclas, 10c. each. JOSEPH
M. PORTUONDO ^ CO.^ Phlhnlelphla. myl5-lui
Building. it.' iuyl3-lB>*
AiNTED?THY tttRIIftJE*. BESt BCTTtBIWE
?UuUib than Hag's Laid. lft>r mu um*in th*
er Market at stalls 328. 320, 330. middle of
. C. SCI
\tT ANTED?GOOD SECOND-HAND CO
nn. are., corner 2d st. n. w.
\*rANTED-POR CASH. GOOD 7 OB 8-ROO*
TV House. rood location. alley in rear for atable.
water. aewer, northeast or southeast |?wrr?d.
location and prir* Communications ccmMenual
Address Bex 1X6, star office. m/Sl-Jt
w ANTED-IUIIEDIATELT. SO OK 30 MI LEU
It from city.s small House for mmmror fewrooms,
near mountains preferred. convenient to village ega
station. Address MRS B. 634 L St. n w. iny313f
\17ANTBD-TO PUBCHASt FROM qV>KB. A
M small house; prtoe about 42,200. Address HALF
CASH. Star office. Wr3lK?'
W ASTED- HOUSE. 43,000 TO 9&.000. ?500
cash, balance monthly. City or "ilmrtan. Ad
dress OKAY. Star office. my30-2t
Mr ANTED TWO UNFURNISHED BOOMS. IK
f the northwest part of the city, by ? rntddle-s^red
la<t> ; rent not to exceed 4S. Address A. B. C.. Star
WASTED-BT A SINGLE GKNTLXMAN A SEC
ond-story front room with bay-window; southern
exfiofluxv. bet. k and K and 13th and 16th ata.; board
1'rvferred. Addresa. slating tenna, 8. tt. .. HUT
i Act. my31-2t
WANTED?TOITNO GENTLEMAN ATTEN DING
law coltotre and lu the Interior Department. de
I wires room* and board with refined, well-to-do private
family for himaelf i<nd aiater. who will also attend
J school. Addettfc J. V. W., Star office. myttl-'-t
\\TANTED-8UMMER BOAUD FOB TWO ADULTS,
M child and uurae. in auburbs of city or Geoiyetowjn
Heurhta, atvesaible by street eara. Addreaa Box 13 <v
Star office. my 31-St
)B RENT-A SUITE OF THREE UNFURNISHED
communicating rooms on second floor. private
liath: hot and cold water on name floor; nice and cool;
rent reasonable. Call at 1450 Corcoran ?t n.w
I n;y2R-6t* _
1TH)R RENT?3i UNFl RNISHED BOOMS ASP
bath, suitable for light housekeeping. private
la mil} . $10 per month. I'.1G at. n.w. my 31 ',t
FOR RENT-ONE FURNISHED"room", si IT
able for one or two gentlemen; convenient to the
cars and berdics. 104 10th st. *. e. It*
1"X>R RENT?1510 H~?T. N.W. HANDSOMELY
tarnished Rooms on second and third floors. gtHsl
| table l>oanl if deal red; near the Cluba and State De
' partmont, summer rate#. references. my.il-3t
For rent-handhomely furnished rooms
at summer I.It' c. centrally located; overlooking
McPhersou suuare, cltokt table ill the house. Apply
between ti and it p. m. 918 and 020 15th at. n. W.
1J*OR RENT - TWO COMMUNICATING FUR
uished rooms, with board. On Capitol Hill, 121 Cat
FOR RENT-FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
well adapted for light housekeeping. rent KO, in
chiiliiig gas, bsth, fee. Apply 1-58 8th at n.w. Jl-3t^
FOR RENT - 014 12TH ST. N.W.. DELIGHT
fully cool and large Rooms (furnished and unfur
nished) at summer prices. Referencesj;xchamred. lt_
FOR RENT - TWO FURNISHED OR UNFl fi
nished Rooms. Apply 017 2d at n.w. my 30-31
rJOR RENT-TWO PLEASANT", NICELY FUR
Uialied Rooms, with gi>od board, at summer rales;
nice neivhlsjrhood; street cars anu herdics pass the
door. 123 B st. a.e. my: 10-."It*
FOR RENT-TWO NEWLY FURNISHED OK IX
turnisbed front rooms; single or en suite; second
floor; k'as hath same floor; beard if desired; terms
moderate. 1415 Columbia st. n.w. my30-2t*
>R KKNT?XICELY FURNISHED BOOMS; ALSO
one large uufuruished, at 512 8th at. n.w , opp.
I'. O. D.; also deak room. my30-3t
I TOR KENT- ELEGANTLY-FURNISHED ROOMS
at 621 E st. n. w., en suite or single; references.
FOR RENT?1228 N ST.. COR. 13TH, FIRST
and second floor Rooms at most reasonable rates,
with tr?* si board; delightful location for summer.
IX)K RENT-THE COOLEST AND MOST 1>E
liirlilful ro>uns to I* lound in the city, furnished or
unfurnished, with excellent board at lowest summer
rates at 113 1st st. n.e. my30-3t*
Vj>OK KENT - NICELY-FURNISHED ROOMS.
X sinifle and en suite second and third floors. one of
the best locations in the city; summer prices. W13 M
st. n.w. my25-(K*
IJ*oR RENT?ONE LARGE NICELY FURNISHED
pleasant mmnier room on second floor; front bay
window; mod. imp.; rent 48. H10 It jt. n.w. my2M-3t
fJOR RENT?041 K ST. N. W . VERY DESIRABLE
rooms, handsomely furnished; en suite or aiiurle;
references exebaUKcd, uo children taken. n?y20-3t
1X>K KENT - 1110 15T1I ST. N." W? A BKKiHT
and nicely furnished front room on second flis.r;
l^as and bath. rent 48; also back parlor $8. Herdics
pass the door. my20-3t
X)R RENT - PRIVATE FAMILY. WITHOUT
children, three unfurnished communicatinH-rooma
on second floor, for lwht housekeeplnK. bay window,
cheerful and sunny, convenient to three oar lines.
1508 Oth st. n.w. my2#-3t*
F'Oli RENT?1014 15th 8T. N.W., PLEASANT
und attractive second flisjr front alcove Room, with
board, near McFhemon stjuare. Transients accommo
dated. Summer rates. my20-3t*
1WR RENT-BRIGHT, AIRY BACK PARLOR,
nicely furnished, opening on back porch; suitable
for one or two isrsons; one sguare from Otb-st. cars,
j 1941 Vermont ave. n.w. my20-3t*
I" JtOK RENT ? FURNISHED ROOMS, !?4'i NLW
York ave, summer rates. my29-3t
F' OR RENT?1342 Q ST. N. W.. FURNISHED
Room, very mo<lerate rates. Good Table Board.
I References exchanged. niy29-3t
I "TOR RENT?1433 L BT. N. W? TWO ELEGANT
suites of parlors on second floor, suitable for tren
tlemen; also other desirable rooms; every conven
lenee and comfort; herdic and car lines. my20-3t*
1X)R RENT-CHEAP FOR SUMMER-TWO BEAIT
. tiful a>l)acent flats; seven rooms each; lu. I.'.fully
1 furnished for housekeeping; on avenue car line; refer
ences required. Address P 1st No. 1, B and Q Flats,
West WauhiuKton. myJa-3t*
1X)K RENT-THKEE NICE UNFURNISHED
' rooms, with ttaa and bath. 1U06 Uth at. n.w.
17KJR RENT?817 16TH ST.N.W , FURNISHED OR
unfurnished rooms, en auite; also office room to
1j?0K RENT?102111TH~8T. N. W.. COR. MASS!
ave., eletrantly furnished Rooms, en suite or single,
all front on the street; cheap to desirable parties;
table board. myio-Ot*
"|X>R RENT-WELL FURNISHED COMMUNICAT
J/ tug parlor and bed room; north and south ex
ls)9ure; also a Isrye second story front room and other
rooms; south exposure; at summer rates. 1112 H
st. n.w. my20-lm I
t~WR~RENT?19 K>WA CIRCLE?THREE COM.
roonis, with private bath, second floor, and two
com. rooms, third floor, fur. Those having children or
servants need not apply. Ref. exchanged. my3-lm
iOR SALE?A VFRY DESIRABLE LOT IN MOUNT
Pleasant, with three fronts, cor. 10thst. extended;
M'SaKER.920 F at. n.w.
IX)R SALE-AT A BARGAIN?A CHOICE LOT,
corner Quarry road and Columbia road 100 feet
front on road; and very shallow III depth.
my31-3t LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 920 F St. n.w.
N. E. cor. lot, 100x102, ou 14th st. ex. 65c.
Two lots, 50xlo0, Princeton st. near Dr. Ham
mond's js. 35c
Two lots. 50x169, cor. 15th and Princeton ?ts....oOc.
6kx127 to ;?0 ft. alley, Del. ave and 3d st SI 50
00x120, cor. li'th and B sts. n.w 35c.
00x115, C st., bet. tith and 7th sts. n.e 65c.
T. H. SYPH ERD k OU?
my31-2t Sun Building.
~70R SALE-CHEAP LOTS. ~
_1 1 Oth St., near L, 30x95, to 28-foot alley t3.2?
11th st. near T, 22x100, to 20-toot alley 1.00
1st st. n.w., bet. B and C, 20x80 1.-5
P st. bet. loth and 10th, 22x100, to alley 2.00
East Capitol St., near Oth J J};
8th st. s.e., bet. East Cap. and A sts., 23x99...... 1.10
my29-3t DAVID D. STON E, 806 K st.
FOK SALE?A BARGAIN?A RARE CHANCE TO
Ket two southeast front lots, N. H. ave- bet. M ana
and N, grade and front reservation. If sold in ten days,
price ?1.50. S. C. HILL, 8th and Fsts? n.w. my29-6t*
OltS ALE-1430 12TH ST N.W.-A DESIRABLE
lot. 13x85, to 15-foot alley; four-room frame;
price, 43 per foot. J. S. BELT s CO. Boom 41, At
lantic building, my29-3t
FOB BALK?THE FOLLOWING VERY DESIRA
ble building sites, northwest
North side of K st., near ISth, 40x100. to alley (
old houses, renting at $40). per foot....... .. ? ? ? 43.
N at., north side, near 1 (til, 2 Iota, lSxl00 each, to
R st., north side, near 19th it., 2 lots, 20x100 each,
^'r St? 'listweeii'13th and 14Ui. north side,' 25x95^
'"piit.1, imrth'sideibetweeniii's't and 22d sts., 4uxi00
(oldframe), i>er loot ? ? ????? t"* .
19th st., near Pa. ave., 21x70 told frame), rents
? GEO. W. LIN KINS,
my28-flt Cor. 19th and Pa. ave _
I-XHThaLK-DESIRABLF. LOT8 IN MT. PLEAS
1 cut, 4550and 4700 each. J. R. HERTFORD,
my2s-lmo Fleming Building. 1419 G st
1X>R SALE-BETTER INVESTMENT THAN
* stocks, bonds or banks; only 30 cents per foot;
*25 cash, balance 410 per month; 1 < feet front build
ing Lots on Kentucky ave. s.e.; recently graded - but
ouesuuare from new Auacosts bridge; 30-foot alley;
l>erfect title; deeds free: bound to enhance. Apply to
WELLER & REPETTI. il26 Pi. ave. s.e. my28-6t
I?R^SALE-NORTH SIDE OF BOUNDARY ST..
41.25 a foot; New Hampshire ave., 41.<?> afoot;
M st. near North Capitol, 41; M at., bet. 4th and 5th.
41 75; 9th St., nesr L, 42; Columbian Heights. 26c.
to 50c Meridian Hill, 35c. and 40c. THOS. GThEN
8EY * CO? ljKJO Fat n.w. mygS-lw
I30R"sALE?TO BUILDERS AND INVESTORS?
X* 1 Will sell, cheap, in blocks or singly, the most eco
nomical lota in the best Improved square; aq. north
east. w. E. BURFORD, 1422 N .Y. ave. ap20-?w*
Vi*OB 8ALK?OO LOTS III "FAJRVIEW," BE
r tween Eckington and National Fair grounds, 2oX
100 and 25x120, from 4150to 4300each , easy terms.
This sutxUvislon ia on tlic line of Improvements and
affonls an oplsjrt unity for investment. Forplau and
Information apply to RUST * HUNOEBJ&RD.
my24-lui 624 14th at.n.w.
n)H SALE?ONE LOT, NEAR DUPOUT CIRCLE.
"4x98, cheap. $2.2o a toot; one lot, near Dupout
circle. 23x80.cheap, 4160 a foot; one lot, nw Du
i?ont circle, ^3x100, cheap, 41.45 a foot; one lot. uear
bupont circle, 19x\00. cheap, #1.45 ? foot Aprty
CHAR1.ES EARLY. 003 14th at a.w. MTl?-2w
iSoK SALE?LOTS III WAGGAMAN AND RI
P (lout's addition to the city of Waaliington, formerly
called Woodley Park. This property U situate at tiie
terminus of Connecticut ?*?. extended, and ad)oina
Kalorama Heights, the new bridge and the park ffliw,
aud nesr by the proposed Zoological gardens. Anetop
trie road will be constructed, ? oharter having already
been obtained from Congwat ?Scl?l prices to peo
ple of prominence who will build flue house*.
Call lor plat; also
_mylO-toi_ 700 14th ??
V( K Rf->T-gT THos ITWAGGAMAN. REAL
r* Ml ATI BRoKKK, 917 t ST. N.W.
The JUltby. * J
and B st. n. w ....#1,001
1-17 N n.w., fur., 1 jr.. 25<
3052 P at n w.. fur. 13r 80
l.'CtWL st. n. ?.. lOr 7."
2031 I ?t. n.w . 14r . ..Oo
1116 loth at D ? .l4r tie
2818Pst n w, lor 5o
2820 Pst n.w., 10. 5y
~lll20st n w? I4r....#35
1414 11thst.n w.,1 lr. .35
1207 11 th st. n w? ? r 3.">
1731 19?hst.n.w.,??r. . .3t?
1201 llthst n.w 7rms:m
41 7 K st u w . ilr ??
!KKJ Vi av e.w . 8r . ti
Tenlsytown Koad. Hr to
?<0 L st u. w. 7r -5
140*2 W st. n.w.. ?r .30 .10
Hli D?t Uf,ttr? .. '.'II
83V W J ave n w, i?r .50 2012 9tli u w.istable-tlr 20
236 N.J. sve.n w., !>r 5o 217 1 Itu sv ? w, 7r -0
2061* st n. w . \0r. .35 5o S3 H st n e ,5r 15
1740 N V. ave.. 12r 35 3?4 ? at a.w.. Or 14
309 I4thstn.w.,9r. 35
?15 T st. n w. 2d 401 7th st. lst a . r 3. . 10
floor, front room... ,#.?o Uiwi b'ldy. rivm :l 10
468 La. ave . basement 4?l8 1-s ?v? ad flr., 2
2 rtwiM. ,3U lark rooms 10
4tW La. ave. 4 th floor. 472 U. are.. 2 taw
4ra meet rvwms 8
8th A Pa. a*., room 18.25 Gun Von bid"*. r'm 31 *
Ounton b'ldV. r. 26.12.50 Leu., a b'ld ?. room 4 .. .,5
401 7th at.,lst fl.,r. *2. 10
Store and cellar 10th A Hall. 17th ft F nts n.w. 50
E st* n. w 475 Ua.ll. 12th A K sta n w. .30
St.'i-p and Dw'n* 810 Stable rear 141 ?< K st
Htli rt. n.w , 7r 50 n.w ...15
Store and I'w'in* 4b H
at. n.w.. Or 40
Tb* above Is only a portion of th? property ?n fT
l<* l>. lor ftill list call at office for bulletin Issued ni
the lstand 15th. Imy.Si) THUS. E. W AGGAMAN.
BJOR REST <04 101H ST s t .MM UlUxM
brick, in (nodorder, mod. uups.. near herd* - an.I
cars, cheap r? ntal. #17 30 per month WRIGHT A
STOCRXTT. SlOFet mj31-3t*
."?<IH KE .N T-171"."OlIHCOHAN ST . NEW NIM
room. bay-w indow Jlrtck , ooucreted ? filar. furna.-e.
south front, flue interior finish, jrard nd all> j #40 50
per mouth WRIGHT A sTOCkETT. 810 * st.
IX) K RFNT-REDICED TO ?:C?. HANDsoMl 3
stori ba> window ?lw>-lliuc.*.,l:t .M at n.w. ? ? n
rooms. bath, alcore, coal vault. all modern im; ? Kt-y
licit cl Kr. my:tl-'2t*
i>t?K HtST-710 1VTH 8T.S.W . T RimM FMIMK
r houac. i'J.'j. THtU A. HAKl>i\'U. 0?Ni lltli ?t.
I>)K KENT- 17"2"24that. n.w sr
:ih L st n.w. 7r #5 'JS Mh st. u . <>r 1<>
ii?... 7r . 11*.50 'J 11 i 13thst n.w..t>rls 4?i
K-j:i l*2th at. u.e., 5r.l4.:td 14!? W'llm n ?t u w ,?ir. !?
1311 C at. s.e., lir .. .8. .">0 Stoiv t"or. 5th and 1' sts
758 Navy 1*1., *.e.,5r.!?.:io' n.w.,with < *:i 1.?r 15
m:tl-3t W, C. Di:VAI.l? M*i?? K St. n.w.
I>>K KENT?1504 15TH ST N.W SHIN
roiiuis aiitl conveniences. #'.s.50. nther iiou-ca
in desirable locations. Several stoif* m northwest.
my31-.lt* A. H. LEE A SON. 14th ?t. ai d K. I ave.
L>lh KF.NT?81X-KOOM llOl SE. -HKIV ST1I ST.
n.w., #15 i*r month. I?wi-llim-'?l45 Mash*. hiis?'tt?
avc, u.w , riirlit r<Ninis and twtli. all mod* ru iuiprow
inenta #30 |*r mouth. Inquire iit-?t door. mj W ilt*
I>)R KENT?413 ?TH ST. N W.. TEN SI'NNV
rooms two squama from l'an-nt, l'i?it. r.usion oih
res, and Market. well located lor room rcutimr.
uiy30-3t* UttNtlt, 514 Eat AW.
7<>K KENT-NO. 712 4TH N W.; liUI< K, ti
rooms and bath ; near Pension office and det *rt
?t?- A**". ,.|L.?M U II l.lllll
mentx: #*25; advance. W. B. L< IK1>,
iuy30-3t* 607 Ixoiisian* ave.
TjHJK KENT-FOl R-SToKY. HAY WINUUM liKICK
I>welliii(r. ?1?J Hat. n.w.. eleven moms, liath. and
laundry: convenient to Poat, Patent. Pension, and
Tresaury l><"i'artun ntg, in lirst-clm<? onl? i and imin.
diate jiossesMou. Apply CHAS. C. l>t NCANSON, nth
at., corner 1? at. n w. Iujr30~3t
fX)K KENT - STOKE ANT> DTO.l.lNli, WITH
fltturea complete; 5 rooms i.nd water, in k' ?>-I
condition; 3*20 1st st. s.e.; #18. By CH Vs b.
SHKKVE;. loo:* 7th st. n.w. my,".> lw
IJOK KENT?HOUSE, U00 71H ST. N w .
modeni improveuienta. Inquire at STt)N l:'s l?ru?r
store. 1100 7iti st. n.w. n.j?.".i-'.'w
1jV)R KF.NT LE DROIT PARK. TWO-sToKY AND
cellar brick houae. Oor 7 room*, modern iinpr. v
menu. front, side and l?< k yard. reut #30p, r nn i th
in advance: 1813 Linden street. Apply on premises.
.VJR RENTTTiFAMILY < IF AMf.IS A T?o
story brick dwelliut.'. newly v>?v*red; corner 13th
and S streets; parking trout and side, very desirable
lixaticn Apply at 1'2*24 8 st. n.w. ui> .".i .'(t*
J^OR RENT?tNEL'R Nihil Ell.
11)15 S st. n.w.. 12r...#!i5 t'ttflth st. n.e.,1r.
V04 l>el awe. li e . 1 lr . 7o Hyattsvillr -2D
'2105 O at.n.w.. lOr 55 I'nton nt. ?.w..t>r ..12.30
705 8th at. n.w., lor... ,5o I'moii Pi. s. w , ,"?r 8.50
3327 P st. n.w., 12r. . . 50 Ofhtv rooms, *17 11 tti ct.
K31 I' nt. n. w., lOr 40 n.w., -t-I to #"20.
2-.'10 Est. n w . Sr 25 Office r. 1013i'a.av.u.w.50
1W27 10th at. n.w.. ?25l
Coiiu. ave., l*.f R and S, 18r.. j>er year #3,500
buuderland Place n.w.. 1 lr., per month.. 150
TYLER A KLTHERFOKD.
rny29-6t* 1307 F at. n.w.
FOK KENT-JUNE 1. STA RLE AND HOI SE. 504
B ?t. n.e., 11 rooms, new . to ??1 tenant. #40.
my-2?-3t* S. H. WALKElt, 420 is st. n.e.
1>>R RENT-B W. BR1< K. 181*2 5TH ST. N \> , 7
rooms, mini, imp* ; stable; #27. Bnck. I.">0!?
Pierce Place, 7 rooms, mod. imps., #25. THOs. J.
MYEBS, 1021 9th st. u w. ? my*21?-lw*
FOR KENT-THBEE-sfoRY ItlUCK Hoi st, 11
rooms;aaloon parlors, dinmir-room and kit
the tlrst floor. re'nt?xl low for a hrst-class tenant, 224
A?t. a.e. Apply 204 A st. s.e my2li-3t
I7>OK RENT - VERY NICE <:< MIL liol si, llo-2
New Hani)?hire ave.. 8 rooms and luth; bay wiu
dowa. cabinet mantels, laivetrlosets . all mi*d*>rti im
provementa.#45.50. B. H. WARNER & CO., ill?
P)R RENT -88 D ST. S. W . 4 ROOM BRK'C
with bay window, parkinir in front, water #12.
Inquire on premisea. my21+-3t*
[X)K BENT?1 "200 O 8T N.wTa NICE !i ROOM
T houae; in nice order, at reduced rent to desirable
tenant by owner or atrent. key at ?rrocer opposite.
iny'29-3f P. CORCORAN, 22? Ista.e.
FOR BENT? 1251 V?th sEn.w .lOr... #50
!H)ti Dth st. U.W. str 3313 iTosixvt av., 13r. 35
and dwelliuir #100 2315 M st. n.w., Sr 30
101.1 14th at. n.w . . 83 33 2144 H st. U.W., 7r 25
!)lt? N.Y.ave., 13r. 75 1200 Md. ave. n.e..
1335 Q St. n.w.. Ilr 50 ?tore anddwcllim< 25
150# fth at. n.w., lOr 40 2225 7th st. Road, 8r ..20
1425 8th at. n.w., lor .35 21<i 12th st. n.w , 5r is
7th and A sta. a.e., store 710 loth st. n.e., 5r 10
anldwellihg 35 1210U st s.e., tir 10
ALBERT E. FOX,
my29-3t 1)20 E st. n.w.
1j?OK RENT-8-ROOSf BRR'K HOI SV WITH MOD
imps., 1521 12th at. n.w.. rent #30 per month.
Apply to JOHN F. UKEEN, 1410 y st. n.w uiy2W-2W
17HJK RENT-NEW BRICK HOI SF., 8 RihiMsi
bay window, cellar, bath, shed, laiye yard . con
venient to Patent, Pension and Gov't pr. i ithces. ami to
cars, schools, and market; #35. 224 K n. w? next to
3d St. mjr2?-3t*_
X)R RENT?40lT OTH ST. N. W. THREE-STORY
and basement bnck. 10roomsaiid Iwih . i "si-esaion
June 1 Inquire of J. I. JONES, Poat-offii t depart
ment, near < th at. entrance. my .'j-iif
FOR RENT?310 AND 318 C ST. ?. W., 20 KO' IMS
ea< li. will be rented aeparatelj or jointly ; suitable
for larire boardinirhouse; each #.5. K. H. T. LEi
I'OLD, 1300 E st.._aecond floor trout. my"28-0t
F 1918 r St.. 12r..#50 6-"> 907 27th st., 5r #12.50
20200st., 12r 50.ti-> No. 1, Bessel'sC rt.
3327 PSt., 12r 50 4r 10.50
2020 F st., lOr 40 Sui*-rior ft., M. Hill . 10
922 19th st., 8r. 25.50 19th and U sts .otlice
003 H at. n.e.. Or 18.50 room 12.50
1703 19th at. u.w.. Stable, 3 stalls.near Pa.
7r 18.30 av., bet. 21st & 22dsU. 12
my28-2w GEO. W. L1NKINS, loth and H sta. u.w.
S)K RENT-BY R O. HOI.T/.MAN. REAL Es
tate Mid Inaurauce Broker, loth and E iU.au.
1327 14th st.n.w,.12r., 1841 K St., lOr #50
st'r&sta.,h't'dby ?tml#5 1911 N st. n.w. 9r 50
1217 K ?t. n.w.. 12r. 150 913 Kst. n.w., !>r 40
1734 K st. n.w.. 15r. ..125 2212 H st. n.u., 7r 30
421 11th St. n.w.,17r 100 2220 H st. n w., 7r 30
1915 N St. n.w., 12r.._. .95 123 C St. s.e., 8r 30
>>v , ,u,u av. u. " ., * v* . .i" v.w bi.u.ii ...iC,store I'
020 E st. n.w., 13r 75 ;10."> D st. s.e.. Or 1."
1017 12th n.w . 10r.. .00 309 D st. s.e.. Or 15
141b I st. n.w , ?ir 55 1701 19th st. U,w? 4r. .15
r.oear 18th st, 13r..#5oO Ver av.. ur N.12r.#160 Ofl
Kbet. 17th*18th. 410.00 B, near "21st at . 8r. .l.S0
Mass. ave aud Ihomaa Uth. above K at.. I2r. loO
Circle, 17r 333.33 R. I. ave.,bt 10A17...125
Conn, ave.,near N St.. .250 Pst., near 12th, lor 125
K, bet. 17 th s 18.l5r.250 29th.bet.OandR.10r.100
Lst., bet l4 S 15.22r.250 N H. ave. and N tt . 13r,75
E bet. 15th A lUth.12r,250 35th, noar y n.?.. 1 lr...05
641 F Bt., 2d floor, 51ront N. E. cor. 12th and Fa
t*.,heated by steam. .#80 ave., lr #83.33
1/41 r, 3d floor, 5 front rs., 939 F St., 2d floor. Sr....30
heated bv steam 00 470 La. ave., from 10 to 20
Eleiraut rooms in "Sim 513 11th st.,2r 25
Bulldinr,"tireproof,2 ele- 1211 F st. n.w.,2r 25
vators. heated by steam, 1211 E st u.w.,3r 25
trom #30 to #90 each. 513 11th at,.3r 20
612K 11th it n.w *50 005 Cth st. u.w t55
mj*27 R. O. HOLTZMAN. loth and F sta. n w.
?OR RENT?ONE TWO-STORY BRICK HOl SE;
9 rooms; all mod. imp.: concrete cellar, newly i>a
rered and painted; 2214 O st. n.w. Henlic* run to the
house. Kent #35. Inquire 403 7th st. my27-8t
OR RENT- #75-1341 LST. N. W, ATTRACTIVE
three-story, bay-window brii k, ten rooioa, ran^e,
latrolie, bath, luck buildiny, cellar, rear alley. JOS.
FORREST, 1003 F st.; hours 12 to 2. m?"23-2w
no. 2146 Pa. ave. n.w? .No. 1007 lst at. n.w, 7
10 rs.,mod. imps. #55 rs.. mod. imps. #22.50
No. 950 U st. n.w.,8 rs.. No. 1011 lst st. n.w., 7
mod. imp* #40 r*.. mod. imps .. #22.50
No 906 8 st. n w.. 8 rs. No. 10U9 H st n.e., 6
mod must. (35 rs . mod. im|>s #15
No. 1915 11th st n.w., 10-room Cotta?re st
9rs.. mod. imps.... #25 "Charlton Heitrhta."
No. 935 N st. n.w . 0 rs. 1 BrauchviUe, MX, per
mod. imps #22.50 mo #50
CHARLES W. HANDY, Real Estate,
my*25-6t 921 F street n.w.
FOR RENT?1537 14TH ST N. W . VERY Coif
fortable 3-story brick, 8 rooms, lanre parlor and
cellar, bath, and yard, no basement, rent, #40. Ap
ply to owner, 411 15th st. n. w. myl-2tn
FOR RENT-MOST DESIRABLE CORNER HOUSE
within block Dupont Dlrcle. #*.">
Apply CHARLES EARLY,
jnylft-lm 003 14th st
"[TORRENT?1900 L ?r.. 1425 Q. lOr #45
JT mod. imp.,.. .#55 1338 ff I Or f>0
1906G, 9r, mod. im...&0 1004 27>th, Or 10
attt-3in GRAHAM 4 BOLTON. 928 F.
>?-w..Br...SO <28 9th st ae? Or...15.30
13J0Kq?sstn.w,8 r..p 1221 Wvliest ne.Or 11
^1 Ir -j- ? 3-> Bear 307 7th ae.,4r. 10.30
13?v9tfc st, n.w? Br. 3;> 2023 Hntton Ct u.w, 4r.9
400 0st. n.w.,6r.,store.30 6 Green's alley, 4r., V
1405C?L st. n.w?6r.25.40 1373 Bdx. stn.su, 5r S
14*7 N J.av, Or. 25 820 "2d at. a.e? 4r M
laland. aoev. from Jne i <s
ffimtentas X, pec BAatk. , . #1M.00
1011 T?t n!wt^?aj^'i^^-hjiai'iweBt'Hejr
window bnci, 8 rooms and Iwth, a m. 1. 33.00
aytt ; IMM) F *L m. w.
i RRItT?BEAUTIFUL ROME, 631 K. C ATE..
K a block froni Pscna. ave. ears; bouse 40 feet
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tV.YlMI fa r ui".
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I.V1K KtNT NO. 15114 l H ltl t l'LA( 4.. Mi l
7-nMjni brick bouaa. i-muTPtr i-^llar uiiili-r ?-iitirf
In .11* iuiU all liiv 1. Impa; I a Tv?- yard ?-'.V."?0 l?-r luo.
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dwi'lluitr I'OutauiltiK If naiuia and all mod Uu|*.;
utilir ?'.Hi :vu p. r mo.
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In. 14. M. MtiRHlMiN. IVr."* Fat n*. ii c*
T.XIU KENT TH A I 111 >11. A 1(1.1. 14 * I Olll 1<V
r room liru k. :41V> liuiiliari-.u a*?- u.w . tiarlor,
?Unliwrooui aud kitultett. Brat tiia^r. *4u liv ytaria
lor auiauier. K?*y a uiit door iny 11 Im*
^Oli UK \ 1 ?
_* " IMTBNtRHED HOI S**.
VO Iowa C.ll-at Ilk. 14IV st u^htonat.. ?
I3t? lil.l at l?-k..Mr fto
4*1 & I. at., 4-at*?ry l?r1i k. 141 iK SU iuchtoD at.. 3
17r 105 at l?rk . Mr 00
I 61V llit.li at.. 14 ?t l.k, 1VVV I at. B.w .S at ry
15r 100 l>r..Hr 41N
14VCI N at., a-?t. bk? Oil It at., 3-at. Ucttk,
llr.till (JO Nra..!(ii 441
141(4 Mtoiia'htou ?t.. 14- SIIIS 14th at , l-l atorv
ati-ry lirk lira. 60 b'k, lilr.. ataUe .41 50
14d(i StoUKUtoB at., 3- 150 1 at. He, VWLory
atory lirk . Mr 60 liru k 7r . VI) .10
1410 St. tvhtoti at. a 11V F at .V at.bk .Or Vd .'iO
at. brk., Or 60
20 Ion a Circle. It-m. 1VOV N at.. 3-at. brk.,
l>k . 1 :ir., tliurotitfhly lltr , uict'U fur .#150
aud liaudaoturl) lur- 015 E, 4 atory liri.'k.
lllshtal <175 1 7r 10*
17V0 C<jiiu.av? 14-atory 1IMI4 H.I. ave., ll-aUiry
brk . Mr , a.m i. . .175 bk.. Mr , well lur 100
4N0 I "a are., .1-atory VIIV M at. atora and
brick, llr., 25aUO to u?eiiit?f $79
I 6V5 F at. b w.. 3ra? 14.1 ?V5 F at. ?l w? 3ra., 5th
tl. or (40 Hour tM
6S5 I at. ti.w.. lira , 4th .
1341 14th at-, larve H441 14th at., aerotid
atort- iloo fl.iorfliit t<H
1341 14th at., firat 1341 14th at . tblrd
floor flat 65 floor flat .53
Ill roar of 1420 N at., 3 aulla, roon. fur 3 i-arriai.'*-a.
i i>achiuaii'a room, hmt cluaa f Vl .iO
* M. H. PARK 1 14.
JO. aa. lAr.M i.
myVl lVt 14 IN F at
! UVIR 111 NT 1302 L ST ; 11 motna, batb.and cj-/
r lar. Al t.ly to UithfcN ACl N NI N(JH A M. 14415 K
I^OR RENT Flu 'M Jl NL 1. Hoi st tfs.'l I NT.
ii. w.. in lull..! i .ndition. 14 rrnJUia. Aiiply to
U. t?AS?:H. Mtill 7th at u.w. _ niylB-lm
IjViK HINT IN \SACOSTIA -7 ROOM HOlSk;
t harmiUK imatiou. larire yard, treea and flower*;
one year lor 4V5II.
11-room Houat, di litrhtful irroubda, ahade aud fruit
treea, atablr, ki .; nui j oar *.t(ai Hoth the above are
couveuuut ti1 atreet cara. churi hea alid acboola. tlood
water and healtht ill lo<.'atiou Ai | l> to
myl 7-1 in H. A. (iRISWoLD, Auacoatia, O <
j?)k BENT - siX-Ria'M bltlCK HOI sL SM
I 11 th at. a.e.. water andyaa near herdica and cara.
Si5.50. A|>|ily to 11. E 1'AIIlu. 4SV La ave uiy'7-lat
1>IR H41NT I.LEO A N '1 < iTTAOECUST AININt*
1V roonia. with new atable in rear, corner Wood
ley La lie and lenity town road, immediately opimaita
Mil isthst. n.a., 3atory and baoeinetit .......>75
17140 1' at 75
10V6 17th at n. 14-at.. haaeiueut and attic 541
1740 K at n.w.. newly |ia|>ered aud 1'Ut in larrlact
1517 Plena- Place C5
1421 W at u.w .. V-aUiry aud baaeiuent VS
207 14 at u.e., 2-aUiryaud baaenieut Va
7211 tttli at. a.e., V-atorj LW
luyl lliu 14LAU. RKim N k CO.. ll'Vl 4 at.
IjVill R1NT STORE 210 10IH ST.. MAR
w holeaale market and La ave.; auitahle for coai
iniaaion or Krocery buaiueaa i*rtn ularly. Inuuin- MV0
1>>R 14KNT?8TtIKE llllll 7TH NT. N.W.', WITH
dwelaiiif above; am table tor any buameaa ' -*
"Kn"111 "U Inquire 1424 tiui at n.w. '
W?" RKNT-A PART OF STOKE 12116 T 8T li W
? newly (ia[iereil UmI lialnted. Iu>2?-3t
1X)K RENT HALF OF VU.l.INI KY SToRitj
renirull} ba ated; rent moderate. Aildrea "SIIU
LINERV," Star ollii-e. my2W 3t*
PJR KENT OR SAl.E- STOhl: AN'I) IlWELEINa^
nut* rvajiua and hath, all ni t., atuck ot icrocena^
confta tioua aud l<-e-cn>am aaiiam. alao tumiahea
rooiua lur rent, flntt-ilaae buainoaa plate liulO Hat.
n.w. nif VN-rtt*
I^OK RENT L.VROL STORK AND IHIM.U.NO,
liidV 14lliat n ? dwelling ei.ntaina N n n.iai.i
I all Dual Uu|a.. larve atabio in rear. 1 noe for alioltL
?125 (a r month. W AsH'N UAM NHuWLk,
1 my4-lm 1115 Fat. b.w.
FOR RENT?614 12TH ST N.W^LAKUE KutMft,
witli door o|>etiiuir ou atreet. tl ? l*r mouth. 4
ai^ii oan he | lainly aeen froui F at II*
LOST AND FOUND.
LHOCT-MAY 31. BETWKKN CUK. 61H AND M
and 1510 KtliMi b.w.. one Craraa Fortran; an
lat aia'uature, "8. H. L.. May. 'NW,1' roiled m iof> ut
New York Tuuea. Reward. Leave at (MM M at. n.w
THAYEU INTO THE URoCNDs OF THE IN8TI
tunoB for the Deaf. Kendall titweu. a Hbaap. Tha
I owner can have Ibe earns by l*wiu| i ro^ertv and
payintr chanrea. Hiyl4l-2t*
REWARD-LOUT IT'LL ADMlMiloN HOOK
of national baae ball clak. Above reward wl2
If retumud to J AX UOUKJLEV, 625 7 th ak
LOUT- TCEKDAT EVEN IHO. BETWEKX iRUR?
ton Iwtel and 1'boBiaa auvla, aniaU pearl atwa.
AariM kJiM rin - nittil f trr m aMuiAtk
LOUT -ON TUCtiDAT. MAf :
with dark canjeri aetxti^ on
fJIHE AUBCKK, PENKSYLVkHIA AV'COUUI1
Cool, pleaaant rooiaa ?lth" board at reaaoaaMa
?ME HIMMI, 1408 H It ~
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