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BTKAD1LY IMPROVING.
Tomorrow'n Twtlv?-Pi(e Star and
Some uf It* Content*.
In justice to the thoosands of its readers Tn
Star ooaid not go to preM to day without in
forming them of tome of the good things to
appear in tomorrow'* issue. Thr Stab's
watchword is progress?progress la every
direction, not only in lines, bat in the number
of lin^e, and enlargement of scope and space,
a sharpening of weapons in the good
fight for the cans* of the welfare of Wash
ington. And with this as a talisman, and
with the determination to lira up to it, Tbb Stab
i? forging ahead, stopping at no expense to
Improve its already high tone and standard.
With sa<*h a policy a newspaper is bound to
secure the confidence and the respect of Its
readers, especially if, with all its enterprise,
it holds to the truth. And tomorrow's Stab will
not be one whit behind its predecessors, and
its twelre pages, every one containing reading
matter, will fairly bristle with the news of the
day from all parts of the world, supplemented
by a number of articles of unusual interest
specially prepared for this issus. borne of the
latter are as follows:
ORIENTAL ARCH EOLOGY (Illustrated):?
Babylonian end Assyrian seals and amu
let* in the National museum.
HOW IT FEELS TO RIDE A RACE:?
Several leading jockeys talk of the novel
sensations.
FROM A SMALL BEOINNING:?
The phenomenal growth of the national
government.
THE ART PRESERVATIVE:?
How practical housekeepers will make
nse of it daring the present month.
AN EPISODE OF THE WAR:?
The daring plan for the escape of pris
oners and capture of Richmond.
HOME MATTERS:?
Seasonable hints for the dining room, pantry
and kitchen.
HIS I.OT NOT A 'APPY ONE:?
An old policeman talks about how the city
was guarded in the good old days.
FUN AT A GIRLS' SCHOOL:?
Proceedings at s prim Boston educational
establishment. By Tbe Stab's Boston cor
respondent.
TOWN AIRS AND GRACES:?
? convenient appliances for cooking and keep
ing cool in summer.
LOADED FOR ANTELOPE:?
Home interesting stories about this fleet
footed game.
A MUSICAL 1RIUMPH:?
A particularly bright and interesting love
story.
PAR NELL'S DAY:?
P,n pictures of the great Irish leader's life
and work.
FROM LIVERPOOL TO LONDON:?
Foor Washington wheelmen touring in Eu
rope. special correspondence of Ths Eves
is i Star.
A VERITABLE DEATH TRAP:?
The dan~? to is and uubealthy condition of
the gov. rnment printing office.
ART NOTES:?
News i>nd gossip about artists and their
work.
OUT DOOR SPORTS ?
News and gossip of the base ball world.
FARM AND GARDEN:?
Somt thing abont the seed of flowers, froits
an 1 trees.
SEAL ESTATE GO^SIP
A chip: r ib jut increased hotel facilities of
Washington.
Public Amusements.
Nrw National TutariB.?The National the
ater *?s ot? ued last uight for a brief season of
three null > and Saturday matinee by Cleve
land's H .vtrly minstrels and the house was
| act- <? with ?? delighted audience. The troupe
includes some of the best-known members of
the minstrel profession and the performance is
up to the higtiest standard. The jokes are not
ancient. and sack of them as have a chestnutty
C.ivor are provided with a new dressing, which
o.:ikrs them attractive. Billy Emerson and
Hughey Dougherty furnish any amount of fun
O'i the "endi," and euth does a special act i
which is inimitable. Emerson was brought out |
a^'iun and again, and the only regret felt in re
curd to him was that he did not sing "Are You
ihere, Moriarity." Hughey Dougherty's stomp
speech was upon the "World's Exposition,
and he gave niuuy reasons why that celebration
should take place in Washington. The vocal
ists are all good, especially Banks Winter,
whose reputation as a balladist and composer
is well known. The performance of the Japs,
with which the entertainment concludes, is
really marvelous. Their juggling, balancing
and tumbling is done with a neatness and skill
that excites the warmest admiration, while the
Set upon the ladder, which is changed to a
single pole, is perilous in the extreme. The
set for the first part is novel and artistically
arrange d.
The Death Record.
I>uring the twenty-four hours ending at noon
today deaths were reported to the health office
as follows: Fraocis H. Childs, white, 5 months;
Edward Nash, white. 61 years; John McQuillan,
white, 23 years; Jalia 8. Monroe, white, 77
years; Charles C. Royce. white, 10 months;
Mary II. Noonan, white, 32 years; Emily Row
ell. white, 2i years; James E. Hawkins, col
ored. y months; Randolph Grant, colored, 1
year, Maria L. Sullivan, colored, 6 months.
GKORUKTOWN.
Wore ox th* Electric Railroad.?The
work of grading and filling along the line of
the track of the Georgetown and Tenleytown
electrical railway near St. Alban's church is
being poshed. Yesterday afternoon a lot of
ties for the rails of this new road were placed
along the sidewalk of 32d street from K street |
to N street. Those already received are suffi
cieut tor a distance of a mile or more. Next
Monday morning ground will be broken at the
c. re r ot & and 32 streets for laying the rails.
Work on the Canal Repairs.?Contractor
Blund .n's small army of laborers not in a good
day's work yester. lay repairing the breaks on the
Georgetown level of the canal and were posh
ing operations this morning. Should the
wather permit it will take bot a short time for
the workmen to reach the long break of aboat
660 yards, and when this has been finished th*
wors on the canal can be almost regarded as
having been completed, for til ere will then re
Biam bat little to be done.
Tux aqcbdcct Oifin Robsbbt.?A quantity
of leud was stolen a few days fRo from one of
the buildings connected with Sie Washington
aqu< dact office, also a number of pieces of ma
chinery and tools used in drilling during the
eoostroction of the tunnel. Officer Burrows
Was put to work on the case and through his
efforts the supposed thief. Smith alias ''R*ady"
V lams, has been captured.
Note*.?Yesterday afternoon a colored sneak
thief entered the millinery stor* of Mrs. Trib
hey.So. 3153 M street, and stole several arti
cles and made his escape. He was chased by
an officer and a son of Mrs, 'l'ribbey, bat thsy
tailed to capture him. A large tent was
pitched yesterday on M street between 83d
and 34th streets tor night services of th* Union
Biission.
Tkxpebattbk a*d Cohditio* or Water at 7
a.m.: Great Vails, temperature, 74; condition,
13. Receiving reservoir, temperature, 78. Con
dition at north connection, ?; condition at
south connection. 36. Distributing reservoir,
temperature. TV. Condition at influent gat*
house. 23: condition at effluent gate house, 26.
High tide in the river today at 6-J1 p.m.; low
tide at 12:38 p.m.
To Atlantic Cm ToMorbow.?Th* wreamt
excursion will leave tomorrow at 4 p.m. sharp
from Pennsylvania railroad station. Parior cars
will ran from Washington to Philadsphia and
Camden to Atlantic City. Tickets good for re
turn passage on any regular train until and in
cluding Monday, August 12. Mark it down.?
Labor ins pec tot at Casti* Garden detained
24 Swedes yesterday, suspecting that they
j? contract.
PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. J. N. Minnix, accompanied by hia daugh
ter Lottie, and Miaa Tina Schmidt, are stopping
at Stickley Spring*. Frederiok county, Va.
Messrs. H. A. Hall and F. 8. Presbrey of this
city are reported by the local papers as being
the moat successful llabermen on Lake George
thu season. Mr. Presbrey captured Monday,
with light rod and line, the large* fish caught
this season thus far. It measured nearly 4 feet
long and weighed 9 ouneee over M pounds.
?Major Hall made Tuesday what is the largest
single day'a catch thua far.
Ths following Wsshingtonians are spending
the rammer In the neighborhood of Howard
rille: Mrs. J. Paris and family. Dr. and Mrs.
Pope, W. Wine hell and wife. Mrs. Larner and
daughter, Mrs. M. O. Crocker, Mioses Bertie
Kempton, Clara Ball, Mollie Fauquier, Mamie
Lee, Hattie Irish, Mollie and Laura Thompson,
Messrs. W. Emmert, F. Wilson, O. Ford and H.
L Richards.
Mrs. C. O. Brown of Washington, accompanied
by Miss Bessie Brown, sails on the Servia for
Europe, to visit her sister, Miaa WoUard, and
daughter. Miss Daisy Brown, who ie in Pari*
continuing her art studies.
Recent arrivals at Narragansett pier from
Washington are Judge Walter 8. Cox and Miss
Cox (from Newport), Mr. M. W. Beveridge and
family, Mrs. Redfern and Miss Redfern and Mr.
William G. Webster.
Miss Florence B. Hill of ISIS Rhode Island
avenue northwest is at Old Point Comfort.
CoL C. A. Layton of Wapakoneta, Ohio, who
has been in the city some weeks, has returned
to bis home accompanied by his mother-in
law. Mrs. J. W. Oreen, 606 X street southeast
Mrs. Rosenburg, Mrs. Paxson, and Miss
Aruther of Washington are stopping at Atiantio
City.
Miss Harriet AspinwaD of the Pott Office de
partment has started on a tour of the great
fnkes. which will include the Thousand Islands.
Lake Ontario, Niagara Falls, and Sault Ste
Marie, Mich.
Mr. W. 8. Roose, who haa been confined to
hia house for the peat two weeka with pneu
monia. baa very much improved and expecta in
a few days to be out.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Pearson have gone to
Narragansett Pier. They will be absent from 1
the city for a month.
Mrs. Wm. Mayse left to-day for Ocean Grove,
where she will remain for the next ten days.
Mies Lizzie Mayse haa gone to visit her
grandparents at Urbana, Ohio. She will not
return until September.
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Young are at Asbury Park.
Miss A. Harte and Miss N. Riordon have re
turned home after a short stay at Lower Cedar
point.
Miss Kate and Mite Ella Ahern are spending
the month of August in Loudoun county, Va.
The Misses Metz of Capitol Hill, and Miss
Woodbury of 4th street northwest, have gone
to Berkeley Springs, W. Va., to spend a few
weeks.
Judge Miller's Vacation.
Judge Miller has gone off for a month's va
cation. The judge will spend most of his time
at his cottage at Takoma and later in the
month he will go on a trip over the mountains
in West Virginia. Daring his absence Justice
8. 0. Mills will officiate in the Police Court
The Witnesses Didn't Agree.
"Monday night he drawed a knife on me;
Tuesday night he pulled a pistol on me, and
Wednesday night he stole from me." Such
waa the recommendation given a negro named
Frank Lane by a colored girl name i Lizzie
Turner in the Police Court this morning.
"Where did he take it from?" asked Mr.
Armes.
"He took it from my hand," she replied.
"You told me this morning that he took it
from your pocket," said the prosecutor.
"You misunderstood me," s.iid the girl.
The girl's stepmother was called and she said
that the money was taken from the girl's
pocket
The defendant denied the charge and Judge
Miller discharged him.
Columbia Lodge, I.O.M.
At a recent meeting of Columbia lodge,No. 1,
I.O.M.. at their hall, corner 6th and G streets
northwest.A.D.Sullivan, residing in Alexandria,
Va., was reported sicfc *nd placed uuder the
cute of the iodgj in that city. The committee
on excursion reported that the lodge would
ciear about 97b. Lee A. Wiili*. a member of
this lodg* died at his residence near 'ie-ueton, t
Va., last suuday moruing of consumption.
m ?
Tbree Dollars to Atlantic Citt and Bac*.
The Ualtimof and Ohio r.iilroad company
aiini-unces the at-cond of its popular excursions
w Atlantic City for Saturday. August 10.
Spt-ci >1 train lt-uves Baltimore and Ohio depot
?t 4:^0 p.m. that day, and p. j?iugers arrive ,
Atlantic City at 10 p.m. Ticket* are valid for
retn i trip on all reguiar train., until August
12, inclusive. *
ALEXANDRIA.
Tki Mayor's Ikfbovbmitt Mmbao*.?Mayor
Downham. as anticipated by Tn* Stab, pre
sented to the city council last night hi-t ?ug
Cestions as to city improvements. He says in
is message: "The first alarm that is sounded as
soon as an increase of our indebtedness is talked >
of comes from the bond holders. All the in
terest we have in these bonds is to provide for i
and pay the interest when due, while the sink
ing fund nmply provides for the principal. We
need not care about our bonds being at a pre
mium. but when a 3>{ per cent bond is at a
premium I think there will be little difficulty
in placing improvement bonds on the market
at a reasonable or moderate rate of interest."
He urges the repair of the market building,
the codification of the laws, a sewerage system
and street improvement, and requests the city
council to act upon these matters at once. This
is a movement by the mayor in the direction
indicated by him before his re-election. It was
understood' that all the other candidates for
mayor concurred in the proposal for improve
ments, so that the vote in their favor was unani
mous.
Citt Cocncil.?The mayor has startled the
summer siesta of the city council by calling the
boards to meet last night after they had com
posed themselves for a long sleep by adjourning
over until October next President Marbury
was in the chair of the aldermen, and in the
lower bpptd Mr. Hubert Snowden was called to
the chftr iifcthe absence of President Sweeney.
The mayeffs message urging a wide-awake
policy ou the council was read and portions of
it were referred to the various committees in
charge of the subjects to which it relates.
Notice was given the Midland railway company
So finish the east end of the tunnel, which has
been incomplete and dangerous for thirty-five
years. An application of J. T. Hill for reduc
tion of taxes on certain real estate was, after an
adverse report by the finance committee,
granted by the oonneil, bnt laid on the table by
the aldermen. A motion to clear the old frame
benches out of the area of the market waa re
ferred, aDd after ordering payment of sum now
due on gas tank the boards went into Joint
meeting and then adjourned.
Dkaulock ox Physicians or tn Poos.?
There are four physicians of the poor of this
city and these were chosen at the last meeting
of the city council. One of the physicians
elected, Dr. Purvis, having declined, a Joint
meeting of the city council board was held last
night to elect bis successor. Mr. Thos. Gibson
and Dr. John W. Bechtel were the candidates.
Thirteen votes were needed for a ehoice. On
the first ballot the vote stood?Dr. Gibson, 11;
Dr. Bechtel, 10. Becond ballot?Gibson, 19;
Bechtel. 9. Third ballot?Gibson, 11; Bechtel,
10. Fourth ballot?Gibson, 12; Bechtel, 9. It
was found impossible to make a choice and the
joint meeting dissolved.
Notes.?Tne Arion glee club has presented
some handsome furniture to the Colombia fire
company, whose hall baa been occupied by the
glee club. Miss Bertha L. Greene of Fairfax
and Miss Bertha G. Kline of Calverton and Miss
?. W. Macrae of De la plane, applicants for
scholarships at the Nashville Normal college,
completed their examination at Washington
school house last evening. The firemen are
about to have a Joint excursion down the river.
The machinery of the cannery here has
been carried to Baltimore by the owners. A
large saud barge. 79 by 90 feet, built at Fish
town, was launched yeeterday. Hunter
Downs bad a finger cut off at Beach's wood
yard yesterday. Plumber Hughee has been
awarded the contract to furnish fire pings when
ordered.
Rev. Frederick Myer. of Lansing, Mich., won
?5.060 on a lottery ticket and thereby dis
pleased the Church association.
The McDow verdict is said to he bearing Its
legitimate traits in 8onth Carolina, an unusual
number of tragedies having recently occurred
throughout the state.
The defence in the Terdell murder trial In
Edgefield county, South Carolina, are ready for
the trial, bnt the state is engaged in hunting
up witnesses.
A typhoid epidemic prevalent in Chicago is
attributed to tike pollution mt oity water hy the
rcc?Qt rains.
Pennsylvania tensers are pwehesiag land in
Shenandoah county, Va. They are negotiating
for some of the finest land in the
valley.
Cardinal Gfbbcasvill retsrn to Baltimore
Saturday, end an Thursday next will fiedleate
the new Hathntts Iksisk atVaiettoillli.riImn
George's eoonty.
MBS. MAYBRICK SERIOUSLY ILL.
Her Health Give* Way Under the Strain
to Whleh She Has Been Subjected.
Mr*. Maybrick, who was found guilty Wednes
day of poisoning her husband and sentenced to
death, baa broken down under the great strain
to which the has been subjected for days past,
and is said to be seriotuly ill. Her mother
called at the prison yesterday and had an affect
ing interview with the prisoner.
A. London special to the New York Herald
?ays that there are people who do not believe
that Florence Maybricjc will be hanged and
there are many more who do not believe she
should be hanged. The feeling with reference
to the verdict runs very high in Liverpool, one
Motion maintaining that the prisoner should
have had the benefit of the doubt set up by the
confliot of medical evidence as to the cause of
death, while others maintain that the jury,
upon the evidence and the summing up, had
no other course open to them than that of find
ing the prisoner guilty.
Yesterday afternoon Mr. Pickford, the junior
counsel engaged with Sir Charles Buseell in
the defense of Mrs. Maybrick. placed the fol
lowing petition in the barristers' library at St.
George's hall, Liverpool, where it was numer
ously signed. The memorial is addressed to
Henry Matthews, her majesty's secretary of
?tate, and is as follows:
TBS bab's memorial.
"We, the undersigned, members of the bar
of the northern circuit, having paid great
attention to the evidence in the case of Flor
ence Elizabeth Maybrick, humbly pray that
you will recommend her majesty to commute
the death sentence and grant a reprieve on
the ground that such evidence, in view of great
conflict of medical testimony as to the cause of
death, leaves so much doubt that it is inex
pedient and unsafe to carry out an irrevocable
sentence."
The petition will be sent first to Manchester
and then to London, so that the members of
the bar who have left Liverpool may have an
opportunity of signing it.
The me rchants and brokers pray that the sen
tence of death may be respited w{th a view to
a commutation or reprieve on the ground that
there waa no direct evidence of the administra
tion of arsenic by the prisoner to the deceased;
that the case against tne prisoner, on the gen
eral facts, was unduly prejudiced by the evi
dence of motive, and that there is room for
grave doubt whether the circumstantial evi
dence relied on by the prosecution was weighty
enough to justify a conviction.
The merchants' petition also urges that there
was a strong body of medical testimony on be- !
half of the defense that death was ascribRble t> j
natural causes and that there was not sufficient
evidence on the part of the prosecution that it
was not due to arsenical poisoning; that having
regard to the c .inflicting nature of the medical
evidence, and the very widespread doubt as to
the propriety of the verdict on general grounds,
it would be in the highest degree unsafe to per- j
mit the sentence to be carried out
ANXIOUS TO SAVE HE*.
Messrs. Cleaver and Holder, Mrs. Maybrick's
solicitors, have received letters from other towns
asking for copies of the petition for signature,
and they hare drawn up a form for general use
similar to that of the merchants and brokers.
Mrs. Maybrick was in a prostrate condition
this morning and was attended by a doctor,
who. however, states that her condition is not
serious, but is due to a relapse after the great
strain of the past week. Slit hap again protested
ber innocence to the jail chaplain this after
noon. She had recovered her composure some
what and was visited by her mother. Baroness
Von Roque. who since the commencement of
the proceedings has been living in the vicinity
of the jail in order to be near her daughter.
There was a large crowd outside the jail and
tile prevailing sentiment was one of pity for
the prisoner. 'J he governor and officials of
the jail decline positively to give any informa
tion about the prisoner, and information on
this head has to be sought in other quarters.
The Canal Repair Bonds Abeggiag,
From the Baltimore Sun, to-da/.
Mr. Stephen Gambrill, president of the
Chesapeake and Ohio canal, has recovered
from his recent indisposition. No one has yet
come forward to take the repair bonds, and
outs:de of some work done at Oecrgetown and
Cumberland by private partic? nothing has
beeu accouii .i. iied toward puiting the canal
into servict able condition.
They Must Do as America Does.
The committee appointed by the English
parliament to consider the question of immi
gration recommends '.hat an auuual census be
taken of aliens arriving and settling in Great
Britain. The committe thinks it advisable at
prest nt to euforce laws sianlar to those en
fori .'i in America against d stunt' immigrants,
bui ' T .- ;uat tlie country to con*, iu
plau toe early ueci-j ity tor a : ieglHi-ti ill
vm is of the extrtuia pr- 'in * uf ? iit'-nee
?lut ug 'in ji.wr .11 tin. ten ' 'I w< vi -\..uw
forejt'iivrs to lower the couii.uuh* oi iiv,ng, es
pecially uigreat lowiid.
The Virginia Democratic Convention.
At a me< uu_ last night of the Richmond
delegation to the Virginia democrats state
convention Mayor J. Taylor Ellison was elected
chairman and spokesman.
The following are the footings in the tables
of the democratic delegates received at the
Norfolk landmark office last night: McKinney,
681; Beirne, 343; O'Ferrell, 226; Tyler, 79;
Venable, 61; Harris, 48; unexpressed, 104.
Total, 1,532.
While Count Leveroni of Florence. Italy, was
driving in the mountains near the Greenbrier
White Sulphur Springs Wednesday evening his
horse ran away and be was thrown out, sus
taining a broken arm and other serious inju
ries.
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSAL8 FOR FUEL?U. 8. COAST AND GF.O
detlc Survey Office, Washington, August 6, lbhW.
Sealed proposals will be received at this office
until TWOO'COCK P. M. OF THURSDAY, AU
OUST FIFTEEN, 1889, and opened imme
diately thereafter in the presence of bidders,
lor furnishing two hundred ?ud thirty vliiJO)
tons best quality White Ash furnace Cool, fif
teen (15) tons best quality White Ash Stove Cool, six
(9) cords best quality Pine Wood, sawed once, and two
Oi) cords best quality body Hickory Wood, sawed
onoe. The fuel.to be delivered nubject to the provis
ions of section 3711 of the Revised Statutes of the
United States, and stored in the vaults of this office.
Awards will be made, item by item, to the best bidder
for each item, and ths rltcht is reserved to reject any
or all bids and to waive any defects. Forms for pro
posals will be furnished on application to this office.
Envelopes to be Indorsed "l'ropossls for Fuel" and
addressed to the Superintendent of tbe Coast sud Geo
detic Survey, Wssington, D.C. T. C. MENDENH ALL,
Superintendent. auttfcl3
triplicate, will lie receiveu st this office uutilF.LEVEN
O'CLOCK A. M , ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER
THIRD, 1889, and then opened, for Repairing and
Rebuilding soout 5.000 square yard* of brick walks
upon the grounds of Washington Barracks. D. 0,
Bidders to state price per square yard for wslks and
price per running foot for curbing. Tbe U. S. reserves
right to reject sny and all bids and to increase or
diminish amount of contract to an smount not exceed
ing 20 per centum, should the interests of the service
require such during tbe ooutinuance of the contract,
ana all bids must be made subject to this condition.
Forma of proposals and specifications for the work
can be obtained at this office. CONSTANTINE
CHASE, First Lisut. and R.W.M., Third Artillery,
A.A.QTaL, U.S. Army. au3-6t
PASTURAGE FOR HORSES AT NATIONAL FAIR
Association Grounds; excellent teed; good water
sud shade; best of care. terms 96 per month; stabling
during the day if desired 91 extra. Apply on premises
to vvTM. CHA.-JL bum. NJ.A.; telephone call 12V-2,
between 12 and 1 o'clock only. au(MJt
Jetsam And Flotsam.
GOLLY! HOW WE WAX 'KM1
There has been much ado shout
PANTALOONS
Here of late. Well, we have waited patiently. The
warring fsctions have about exhausted their ammuni
tion?end loot now, when pantaloons axe most in de
mand. we have cleared the deck lor action sud propose
to gather into our fold those rich results which tbe j
lame and Impotent efiorts of the puny wanton fought
for In vain.
Hear! heart hear! and please understand.
That we advertise ONLY what we have on hand.
LOT MH Handsome Wonted Paataleona. The acme
of style and quintessence of nsatnsesand
elegence. Former price 98.50. They
now go at
?3.50 A FAIR.
LOT M97?Excellent All-wool Caeslmera Pantaloons,
parse ons ofoaodeety ss to nattern. breath
lag an sir of gentility which must capti
vate thoee of quiet tastes. Regular price
SO. They go at
<3.60 A FAIR.
LOT 7503-Beautiful Plaid Pantaloons, strictly all
wool. Nut too loud, but just loud enough.
A big bargains t^
LOT 1807?Strictly All-wool Oasaixnen Pantaloon*
neat enough, uioe enough, good enough
foe anybody, a .
wool. Not too load. I
'.78 A FAIR.
?OeeeUnsis
neat enough. nice enough.)
78 A FAIR.
&0T 4006?Excellent Business Pantaloons. They
must be seen to be appreciated! (Uvea
away at
9L7* A FAIR.
VICTOR S. ADLIR'S
FRR ORKT CLOTHING HOCB&
?rr and 8*0 7th et. n.w*
STRICTLY ON* PRIOR,
Ui
WANTED?HELP.
WANTED-A BAKER; A GOOD HAH DO*
11 Cakes, Pi**. etc.; one who untoitwta his bu ji
new. At 636 22d ?t.. after a p.m. au?-2f
MIDDLE-AOED AkD 8ETTI
in (America* or German) to do
TXT ANTED?A YOUNG MA 5, ABOUT SIXTEEN
nhlMlMri'" Businew. A<Wlt"
TO^JfTED^BOT 18 TO 1? YEAB8 0LD, WITH
Ji* 1K.V JSSSSR
V\T AN TED?A BIGGER WHO OA* HANDLE A
T T Derrick and Bat Iron Beama. Apply to JAB. H.
MsOILL. 9l>8 Q si n. w. ao?-8t
_,x ? .felOTO 940; 6HAM
T T bermaida.N uraaa and Lannareseu, In oity or away:
Waiter*. Driver* or Farm Hand*; Colored Han Cook*
BAITL A. COOMBE. Wtfttnt. au9-3t*
w <ssi ttsritt.
an Man. Hotel Chef. $7(; Bartender. Hostler. and
Farm and Dairy Mas, at one*. DICE'S, 613 7th B.W.
au9-2t? ??
\Vanted~a young mam as bolkjitob or
11 Advemnenirat* and Collector for Theater
Program*. Call before 11 o'clock a. m., Boom 92,
Atlantic Building. EDW. H. ALLEN. au8-3t
WANTED?A RESPECTABLE WHITE GIRL AS
Nurse; one that oan do plain **wing preferred.
Apply to 739 North Capitol at. au8-3t*
KQBB;
ANTED-A FIRBT-CLAH8 PA
T T also competent Man to take chart
department. Apply to ALLX. M
auH-Ht
iln?tp"
F at. n.w.
WANTED-THREE GOOD TIN ROOFERS AND
onaLatroba baud: also a boy with aome experi
ence in tin bualneaa. Apply to JN0. PEPPER, corner
9th and Q ate. n.?, an8-Sf
WANTED -RESPONSIBLE PERSON OF GOOD
Standing in each Department at Washington, to
Represent Financial Company; no canvassing; worth
?500 to ? LOOO annually. Aoreaa with referencea M.,
Box 137, Philadelphia, Pa. au8-3t
VC ANTFD?FIR8T-CLA88 COLORED MAN COOK
vv to take charireof hotel kitchen in the city. Ad
dress Buz 33, Star offlce. au8-2t*
APEX, Star offioa. *u7-?t*
W ANTED?AT ONCE-CO WHITS AND COL
tt ored Cooks for Philadelphia and suburbs, also
' era, Waitrease*. butler*,
Drawing), trunk* atoiwd.
910 9th St. n.w. su3-t)t*
this City; Cooks, Houseworkera,
(Youth lisviiur rnowledre of Dri
BCRNMAM'S, 910 9tb (t. n.w.
WAN TED-MALE AND FEMALES SEEKING EM
IT ploynient call and secure Work now ready; eighty
four supplied with work the past week ? Application*
for Government Poeitiona prepared. 711 G it, n.w.
r ANTED--COLORED MEN TO WOKE ON
Drum Point Baalroad in Calvart county, Md? flva
miles from Upper Marlboro'; wages, (1,25 per day.
Jyl7-lm" RODGER.- ft CLEMENt.
WANTED - DUNDORE'8 EMPLOYMENT BU
11 r<*au, conducted by ladles, Men and Women,
white and colored, for all kinda or domaatlo labor, for
District and states, with referencea. 717 Mat. n.w.
Jyia-lm*
WANTED?SITUATIONS.
w
\\rANTED~BY RESPECTABLE WHITE OIBL, A
m Place to Cook. Wash and Iron in a Private Fam
11 \ ; good city reference?. AddreM GOOD COOK, Star
office. 1*"
\1'~ANTED-AT HEADQUARTERS?POSITIONS
v ' for Cook?. Chambermaid, Waitress. Laundress and
Nurses. Seamstress. Men Walters. Cooka. Coaohtuen
Butlers. bAM L A. COOMBE, 926 F st.n.w. au9-2t*
w
Nurses, Seamstress. Men Walter*. Cooka. Coaobnian.
KM '
WANTED-GO TO D1CE.S AGENCY FOR COOKS,
Housemaids, Waitress. Nuraes. Laundress. Coach
men. Butler*. Waiter*, and general housework. 613
7th at. n.w. Also Enroreau Steamship agent au9-2t*
J ANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE WHITE M AN
> end Wife, a Place together?woman to do General
Houaework; wan to Drive Horse and Work about placa;
city or country. Address J. O., Star offlce. au8-3t* i
VVANTED- POSITIONS FOE C00K8, HOUSE j
11 men, Houseworker*. Mala*, Butlers, Ntu*s, j
Waiters, Housekeepers, Clerks. Draftsmen (mechtn
leal and architectural). Few Germans. French and
Swedes. Cities, country and resorts. BORN HAM'S. ,
010 9th at n.w. au3-6t* j
YYANIED-FhE*.:: HOUSEKEEPERS AND ALL i
vv enilloyersareturmshedhighly recommended S?i- j
vkuta. Clerks, fcc. Appiicatioua tor foTtrnment em
ployment prep-red. booujs registered same teriua
Cl fV INTbLLlUENUE OFFICE, 711Gat.n.w.
JyV7-12t*
WANTED?ROO MS.
\VAMtD-BV A LADY TWO HANDSOME UN
" furnUhed Rooms on second floor, with private
bath and siiicily ttiat-class table boaro. where there
are no oth> r u. ?*; dvr> . roouia u.u-t be fUUtb.f for Kit
tinvroom snd chaini er. ana within eiirtit squar-o of
ArlibtfioL bote., ai.d vwiiiquiat i-artifs, prv..., . m;
and perms ,ent if ?ui ml. Addreaa, with teriua, ooa
Ho, Mar otf.ee. ?u :,i'
vva i >d-c ? m:nc>'. wtTk l:mr.
11 *illln* t? h .ut-j Oo. upy House in
>o: ? .hoik 1 Ui' Uih to i4lhaia.?kbtiiur
uiai. .. Eokid lo i ?lullv of fhria at fair rate*.
Adva.iiiei 11. , o* s 10 lui^isn ..' d nccnpy entire aec
otiii a.4ii. k .il ?ii. jay uiie-tniid of rent nd gas bills; ]
voou cuai.ce lor pii man<mt arraiureuiont. A M D., ,
451) U at. u.w auS-Ji*
WAVTED-HOUSES.
11 A? i.L-ii *ia*H * 1111.LEM,
v 1.13 lu. n.w
\>i how ? ,??sti? li<i>iiri?s '?!> 5ou-e? u. Kent We
1,1 '1 ^ - I* - - :ut . 1 .1 null- .'t
. fryr.i ?>?.'?? L?? ~T. WMAtl
'?>? . UN. \ ! '?'ar auir.- .^",
Sfc A!?TEi - -> . H RSi' -PED Oh i'NrCB.
u,4aa ? ... .. liif l t it, t^r'? b ^ ?.
j . * * ' montLa >? ? H|d? a* rj
i,i, , nl'Lir ?iu; Uaeembu*. 8 or 9 toou** . *itu
m t\ ua tali tit n.w. Aduieac '^OUuli i ace.
kuV? '-it*
\Y a -n ted-arJbV owicek Wants"c< ? mTop r
TV ubtc S or 10 room House .ti trood locatio-, ?i I
thiu *70 per month rant. Addraaa AUMV Ta.SAa'1,
Star office. au8-3t*
r A MED-FOB BE8PONSIBLK TEKAN fh, 8 OR '
?25 per month, another
Real Estate Agents.
VVAM'tD-fOR BESPONhlBL
v" 10 room Houret. one 825 t
?45. ALFRED H. LEE * HON,
14that. and K. Lave.
WANTED-TO BUT A FRAME HOtSE WITH
Dartre Lot, suburban preferred, ou monthly pay
ments. Address, giving exact location and pric
HI' BV'RB. Star offlce. auS-lcf
W ANTED?A HOCHE IN GOOD LOCATION TO I
li rent immediately to a bureau officer; rent Iroin
?50 to ??&. HEBRON * RAMt-T,
au8-3? 1307 W at. u.w.
ANTED?A HOtTSB. FURNISHED OB DNFUB- I
niahed. with Accommodation for Horaa and
Buifgy; rent must be low; from the owner; northwest
preierred; steady tenant. Addreaa TENANT, star
offlce. auS-31*
au8-'if
WANTED-FOR TERM OF YEARS, DN'FDB
11 ni?hed house; good order; 12 to 16 rooms; be
tween 12th and 19th at*, and F and Lata. n. w. All
particular* to SOLKNT, Star offlce. aug7-4t*
ANTED-THE STRICT ATTENTION WHICH
our offlce (with an experience of nearly 15 yearaj
is giving to its Rental Department haa enabled ua to
keep our houaee well tenanted, and haa left us with tew
houaea to offer for rent.
Reeidenta or non-resldenta having Furnished or
Cnfumished Houaea or Store* to Rent can have
special attention to their intereata by placing them is
our ban da. JOHN SHERMAN ? CO..
au&-3m 1407 F at. n.w.
jy30-lm
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED-A PERSON HAVING A HORSE TO
11 Sell on Time. Small caah payment made. Ad.
dress 8. A.M, Star offlce. au9-3t"
Star offlce. If
VV AN TED-CURTIS M. SMITH, BUILDER OFICB
TV and Refrigerating Machlnee for hotels, meat mar*
kets, Ice cream saloons, and milk dairies. Parties In
terested send card to 3337 Prospect at. and I will call
on them. au8-6t*
WAN TED-TO BORROW-DIRECT FROM THE
owner of funds, ?-,000. real estate security. In
qulre of PERCY METZGER. 417 7th at n.w. ?u8-3t*
WANTED-8EWING IN FAMILIES BT AN EX- I
vertenced Seamstress; fine underwear and ohil- {
dren'a cloth**; food buttonhole worker
operator: can sew on dre*eee; referei
Box 34. Star office. an8-iit*
WANTED -SHOBTHAND AND TYPEWBITING,
I Tt 72213th at. n.w.; legal and general work, 10 cent*
yw folio; copying, 4 cents par folio; Uutruction in
shorthand ana bookkeeping. an7-3t*
wstassi gwyyvmsk
ealsior Hair Cnttar fH?Ft u^
fe-H. BAUM PAY8 THE HIGHEST CASH
r Second-hand Fnfniture, OarpeU and
tire Households a specialty, tililrs?
H19 7th st. a.w. an*
AN1ED?HOHSES AND CATTLE TOPA8TCEE;
excellent feed, plenty of shad# and running water
in every field; board fences (ao barb wire;. El Dorado
farm, Foreet Glen. Md. Oan apply at Waahingtoa fir
WANTSD
sELJesse
tssixsrst
?I
\Sr ANTED?TO BUY?GOOD 8ECOND-HANLGEN
TT Uemen's Clothe*. Gun*, PKtol*. Be., tor which
lAU
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
UOB RENT-FURNISHED ROOM WITH i?ARD
fat llStfl aUrt.*. w..refere?M^e*cb?j?g*I/a?y
DOB MKT- MS k ST. *. W,i TEN ROOMS
l?OB RENT-ON SEPTEMBER 1, IN A NEW HOUSE
r near Dapcatclrata,Nio*lynrtSad Ewwjthird
fgare
*C*OB BENT - BEAUTIFUL SUMMER BOOMS.
J7 single or W rait*. a private family: furnished;
lax** double oonxrbou**l south ud Mat hont. r*fer
*nc*s required. 1101 E *j m.w. *u&-Sf
DOS UIIT?WWIW^BIP-UMH AMD AIBY
JT Oommnmcating Rooms; aecond floor;large clo**ts;
aarsatfflgrrM,; 'prtT>u
oth*r*; all nsw; good location and central aus-Sr
r-LAEQE SOUTH FRONT BAt-WIN
,1rga^i
;?&a?gj?p
n.ir.BMriAttotol
FOR RENT?STORES.
"IJOB BENT?STORE AND DWELLINQ ON IX
M^jg^F|ggg?ig
BUSINESS CHANCE8.
Qiaos. iaw-2t*
CLASS LUNCH BOOM: RE
unssurw*Z$&&&
mm Sr
1X>B BALI-At A BARGAIN, OWN SB MOB*
r leave the city. Uroesry Store, on 4J? st a. w.; good
?took and trad*. $37> or At Inventory.
au8-3t U. L BOYtR. 313 4H*t.s.w
WA*Tll>-TO BORROW $2,600 OS PROPERTY
11 Worth Three liiuee the Amount. the property 1*
not In the city, bat la well known to eervnil bualneaa
man hare; will *iv* not* fur two ye*n; M?r cent in
ternet, secured by mortgage. Addreaa MjUTL A I\D,
hur oBoe. eu7-:it*
F>R LRABE?FOR A TXRM OF YEARS VALVA
bla Piece of Basic*** Property oU couth aide of F
at. between 11th end 12th eta. n.w. THOMAS H.
WAGOAMAN, 017 F at. n.w. ?u5-lw_
(JOflA WILL BUV A F1ET-CLASS GROCERY
OOUU and Provision Store. etore mast be sold.
jfi>ply 23d at. and Va. are. n w. euS-Bf
jgUGENE D. CABUsI * CO,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
Cor. lOthMdEata. *.w., corner above faa office.
Baal Estate bought and eold. Renta collected.
Loans pepotlated. Ipewramce effected. ly29-2w_
"COR SALE?THE CIGAR BOX. 909 PA. Av?
JT Finest located and established stand In city; reason
for oelimr. other bualneae. Inquire Of 0. T. THOMP
SON, over Central National Bank. Jyll-ltn
J*rpHE WORLD DO MOVE"?REKEMBER THE
A "Terrestrial Clock." RAMSAY baa cut the
prices: watches cleaned, tl: &rst rises mAiB-apnmrs,
warranted one year. SI: all clock and Jewalry work at
the lowaat prices is the city: we defy competition.
1284 F at. n.w. fl5-6in
COUNTRY BOARD.
FOB RENT-TWO PLEASANT BOOMS, WITH
1 able Board. For particulars addreaa P.O. Box 56.
i aKoma Park. D.C. au9-?t*
GOOD BOARD?S MILES FROM ALEXANDRIA,
train* mat to ault thoae In offioe Terma $6; from
jepujn^r 1 S4 oO per waak. Fruit, uulEAe^ in abun
dance. SPRING BANE. Alexandria.Va. auO-Lm*
TlKLWHTFLL BOARD IN THE MOUNTAINS OF
Mjy irglma, plenty of shade; large lawn; plenty of
milk.mineralwater: conveyances for guests. Addreaa
Mm. JOHN UTOCKTON, Hw, Albemarle oounty. Va.
AUO-Ot
fruit, and shade. Apply on premise* or address o'a!
GROVE. D.c. suu3t*
T1WO LARUE ROOMS NEAR R.E.: PRIVATE
family; hums comforts, lea, milk, fruit, Rc.,
lovely dnvea^ahade and porches, telaphoL*; terms
?6. Address HTe.. near V, sJLkersville, Frederick Co.,
Md.
l^EW COMMERCIAL HOTEL. BOONSBOHO* MD"
near South Mountain and Antletam battle ftaida.
Mum.tain acanery; cheap teams, fine drlvea. clean
rootus, good fare. Terms #6 per we?k.
aua-6t^ C. X. BALL. Proprietor.
? tOMFORT RETREAT. POPULAR RESORT IN
Mountains of klarylan4. near Harpar'a Ferry, home
comiurta and country advautacee unexcelled W. M.
CLauK, Keep Tryst, Waahinstun county, Md.
my2V-3m
PERSON Aii.
? i HE LAWYER IS WASHINGT' .5 ^HO WROTX
I to po*iuia*t*r at Fottche Ouachita par.ah. Lotris
aiia, lor lnforui-Uoc of oue R L < hrte ?Ui be aaua
ta. turily answered by addraaainir D M. SHuLAKS,
Monro*, La. au8-6t
Authorized private detective aga..cv. ,
VK iiiiuUix k Co. Communlcr tlons | tomptly at
teudani to and strictly canndeuual. Omce e| ?u ail
huura. V> 1L WllXlAAiB. hlauagcr. hutt 1 st. n.w.
ii.>4-4m* a
/"'iVIL-^tavTCX examination- questions I
V and ausvmi. Band lit to I
8. V, M.VNS, A.M . IVi Itiatl tit*,
liu* boUtLwe.-t roi hiu ?ud k ?U u.w.
S ltlil?h oLB STANl'lt 7VK OkLY PL AOS I
>) ?h?<e iaaa no.. i,d- i. auu CI. tUlu ? an He ;
. *1 at ivai MiaLic l>*u.ca c. caii at i*.o
iw. iny l
COUNTRY_REA-L ESTATE
I.-'OR 8ALI.-?30U?CO ^ AGE AND TWO LOIS
on &th av*.. Waahlnl'ton G.ove; in thorv^rh rr
I ilr; rent S'^3 balance at waaun. App.y 4b U st.
??.W^ _ _ 'Ui4--''
l.OR SALE-AT l)ERWO*>D, 300 YARD" 1 KOM
M elation. House, Barn, edible, oivhard. .<0 Acre* of
Prime L*nd iu irraas; 43.UOU. a few tcra, nu'jdlvtde-l
between this property and ihv *tt.rion h^n aoiu readily
lor (3UU p*r acre A1?0 8 Acre* and New (Jr. MM.
auf)-4t OOOEE D. LfCEETT. Vio F sttw.
U'Ot. RENT-AT WASHINGTON GROVE, MD..
1 for the remainder of aeaaon?Aaaoclatlon Cottarea
"C" and "D." $25 each. Apply to JOHN C. ATtiEY,
036 F at. n.w. au8-3t
1/OR RENT?to ACRES WITH HOUSE OF 20
rooma; good Stable and Out-buildings, only 3 mi.ee
from Center Market mile from Henninc'a Station;
rent only S4i Q car year to rood tenant. MoLACH
LEN k BATfcHBJ.DEB, lai^F at. auB-lw
FOB 8AXE-I7S ACRES; HIOH LAND: 8ft IE ,
bulMin* timber; 156 In (reaa, yielding V tons ITT
acre; ftne water. * ?' - " 1
va ,_ove? 100
s^;
ut
170B 8ALE-AN ELEOANT COUNTRT PLACE OE
JT 35 scree on suburb of Fr*derich*buxf, Va. ? fine
large mansion, a team heat, electric llghta, not and oold
water. Md all appolntmanta complete. Price $12,000.
au7-St R B. WAKNKK A CO? SIS F Haw.
170R SALE-ONE OE THE MOST DESIRABLE
17 Farms, containing about 140 acre*, on the Rock
nlle road. Joat outalds the District Una; good baild
lngs. good fencing, and wall watered; ground ha* b**a
broken for the Elirtric road in that direction.
60 Acres on the 7th-at. road near Forest Glen; well
located, wide front on* the pike; will be sold chaap to
an Immediate purchaeer; lota are Belling In the iaune
diat? vicinity at o cents per square foot; good lnvsat
-jnl
Acre* near Baitland, well Improved by a rood
house, barn, com houae, kca Ac. $4,50 0.
B. H. WARNER * OO.
au7-6t 916 F at. n.w.
R REST-AT ROCEVILLE. MD., A NEW
"-ht-room Hons*, furni*b*dornnfaniiabad Ad
U. Rockrllle. Md. aa3-8t
|X)R BALE-ON MET. BR. R. k O.. BUILDING
J7 Lots, Cottages, and Country Homes; gr*?*. grain,
dairy, and poultry farm* convenient to stations: aolen
dld Uknbar landa. OOOEE D. LUCEETT, vai F at.
i.e. jyS-Xm
LOST AND FOUND.
OST-YEBTlbDAI EVENING?OPEN-FACED
Gold Watch with Gold Chain attadiad. Liberal
reward on return to 7SS 13th al n.w. It*
OST?JULY 8, ON MASSACHUSETTS AVE
11th at., or New York are.. Dark Red Pocket Boo
containing $1.25 and Beby'eGold Ring with Paarlan_
four Turquoiaee; owner's mum and residence on end
inside. Reward on return. it* I
T OST?FRIDAY MORNING, AUG. 9. A MOCKING
IJ Bird; Onder will plaaaa return to 739 6th st. u
and asoelv* reward. euS-2t*
OST-A PACEAGE CONTAINING SOME OLD
Family Jewelry ,was taken from the Jewelry 00tm
ter at the Palais Boyal this morning; turn parly will
oblige by la*ring at th* aame place. It*
STOLEN?IF THE TUTTI-FRUTTI AUTOMATIC |
Chewing Gum Machinea stolen from **rn*r St
andL n.w. and 6th and MaaMuhuaett* aT*. n.w. wl
be teturned to GEORGE J. MOBllI, Agent, 81
PeunA. av*. n. w., a llbaral reward will b* paid.
eru!&i*automatk> ssffi?oof
T O6T?JULY SI, WHITE BULL TMSlkBOTP:
606 Va. av*. *.*. auS-3t
T OST-HALF-GROWN BLACE AND TAN SHKP
SUBURBAN PROPERTY.
R RENT-SUBURBAN PROPERTT-1W MILES I
r>Ce city, portKyf * a^aTti5S |
O.
^A^lSOSfeA^-lfa
BOARDING.
r^EttAPBPRE. P^tjf^^TAEIA Z
ct owner. EMJBOSB H. ?Hri?H. 70
au3-2m
I sagg'graSfeagag
F>R Rf.ST-8-KOOM B!:I K HO0BE. ALL M I
to *oudl"i .? i, white or c. red nao, i ur .i?i!ie<l
or lDiii.ul.ii a i.oo.*, * *? u?. iWae* ( .rr'^rlT
BUtM^*" **"* A^????Ue? l^r aala. *ulo H at.
OH K*ST-IH KT PI E>SANT.7-> OOM HOCSE
_ oij flu* runt . GniMt at *i u.r
I 111 lull ?- ; b*th r > . i ,11.11 .*?#' J :a. ull
)~H;.j ihm otoy. a i. .muit.
?? 1 CUtCE. Ol KiftlTL
t-ri.uui Iwjm, lie-'til by
?tr: rot *4.)
MMMW
UtM-Al i'ti
X s-te?artv u.an?ioi, a >? ?T -
luniece. all ui.-d. i.i. ? i in trix<i rei<
At, iy iv u. t*.. yAj-i.i t 14in F at. u.
VNjh hl.Nl?940 R H'l. N.?.. BA*-WlhDO*
b.i*,7r- all m.l t w..O
no l It I. ?v? n.w.. Br ? k, ~t ? 1 lu 1 25 l 0
I 0.'<i K. f.*v.. n.w .More li t Cellar 21.00
1.20 N i.BTr.. lir h . OU.WO
ku.">-t>\ k u. A ? i i ? i.t.. 6. i 1 tti. .1, ii w.
.40* 45
IX?h REST-70B .'ii ii .-1 .N. N t Ai? i-fc..8IOS
I'Bot. Br.ck i' nwuii aim b tb. ball, orjar, and
I yard, all uiod. ii-i? . rem 83u. Apply to ui.O. C.
Bt-tuiLISO. Wi?t at u.w. aa.Vtii*
tOK KkN'i hi K O. HOl.TZMAN. KhAX kH
tata attd Laautabce Broker. loth auuk' bu.i.*
HOI 8E&
1217 KM. n.w? 12r?l.V) 1825. 1327 and i:txtj
1734 Eat. n.w- lor . i^A 14th at., 2 flau
421 11 that. n.w .I7r . 10u| ?
lEr ? (?!
6~o sat n.w., I3r 75 2212 H at. n.w? 7r 30
1017 liMi n.w.. 10r....00 2220 B at n.w., 7r 3o
1201 8 at. 8r. A atora. 00 123 C at at.. 8r 30
I 1418 Jat. n w.. Or 66 **16Hetn.w-7r 30
1 802 10th at. U.W. 10r.. .55 *04 7th at n.w,. or 25
003 U at.n.w., lOt B0'4l7 O at. n.w., 7r 25
825 -Mat. 13ra. 50 1218 P?- ave., Or ..20
1841 B at. lOr 50 442 3d at. a.a., 7r. .. IV
1848 Kat n.w., 10r.....60 .02 7th aLa.w., fir. .li.30
420 3d at. n.w., Or 4ft 3420 Proepact av. 8rl5.30
616 2d at AW- lOr 46'30<> Data.*., Or 16
2016 N at n.w-Br 46 SOO D at. i.e.. Or 14
12 4 Ui at a a.. lOr 40 61 Oat n.w., 6r.........16
900 1 a?? ftr. * atora....40)
FURNISHED BOU8X8.
COMPLETE PB1KTED LIST AT MT OFTICt.
omen.
Ml Tat. 2d Boor. 6 front Liar ant roan* to "Sun
beattd b\ a team .......00
037 t ?t .lrotu .15 t?25
030 r at. 2d Boor. It... . 12
470*
vatoi^ liaataa" ky a i< ai u,
*^o eauli
oiZaVc! SS'wtoiol
i?2? 112 at tZ:~????*?uth too
K. O. BOLTXMAM. lOtn and r ata ? .
?B bint-cnptknibhkd! "_~
.615 Kitiw. 12r $05 232 0th at. n.a.,8r . 822.50
K at bet 12and 13,8r..?5 llOw Green'a alley n w. . .9
P "17 llUiat
UR ONI YEAR A
??tly Famiw r
. n.w.
_n.?.,i*aaui?,>r..i? 1 lOW Orwen'a alia
804 DaL ara. n.a.. lir ..?0 ofllee rouaua. 41 <
2106Qatn.w-lOr &o n.w.. ta to *20.
706 8tnat n.w., lor 6o 1V23 letb at n.w 45
8827 Pat n.w.,I2r BOiHUlyer Place 70
031 P at. n. w- 1 Or 4u|Bouat on Cuiiunbia road
1137 5U? at n. w ijIgR^j001"*tutt
1108 Oonn. em^.^60^UOO*. ara_ 850
10th at, bet R and 8, pei year ?.^...?3.000
Conn. ara.. bat Rand 8,18r.. per year 2.600
flat at, bet. B and 8.18?a, par year 1.800
La Droit Park, 10r.a?r mo 3o
TYLUt A BUTE tKI OJiD.
au5-0f 1307 T at. n
TOPBQ. lagS lTat aHw?
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440Pat. n.w.,0rooma _... 25 oo
1203 W at B.W.. 6 rooma f2 60
818 2d at M, 10 rooma 85.40
8l 7rooBu....i_.....i^ily6 5r
l?m 1807 r at n.w. '
I RENT?1016 MARION ST. ? ?,7 ROOMS
d bath, aud ???-?- ? *
wncrs.
" "i
?th* Pa. are.. r*in 14.18 Latiox b id riil c" I
81 JltES. Ac.
*yhw '"t. Store and Dwalllaw 7th
i, ?^ir 14th Kte. IL aild U |U n aak
W . 860 a nla?", ? StoS anT"^' 'vjf46
"All. lSthA Rata n.w. 60 siuVr^r'
WW w> a?w UR IVi
E at n.w 20
Stable rear 1418 Eat
IB
rr?i??tr on my
.. . ..uHaU-.i l?"ued ou
. THPB. E. WAGOAMAB.
IX)R BEST?A BEACTtrrLLV ?t i > ;sHk.U 12
room Boom dear Iowa Circle. n>au;m;>? every re
quUlt* for boneekeeinn* and in th?T. u.b repair
FOB RE> I OR 8ALE-A Srm lO-rvx ui Honaa faty
Inf New Haa.paL.re ava.. open Bre-piare*. (umace.
oalilnat.mar.tola, batlar'a pantry, and |?rtly papered
Addreaa
_au?-2f ? 8. O .BtaroSb*.
TX)R RB!*T?desirable HOI'BE OF 7 ROOMS
A and bath, bauk porvh aad lait* yard. 1U41 Ver
moat are., rent rery reaaonalila. lnouire 1m:)7 Ver
mont avenue auW-.'U*
f?OB B?ST-Hoi:8E_WITH STORK. CXMt 0TB
E7 and Lata. n.?.,in irood re | air. ?u.t..lil* lor .hue
atora or an) kind of hualneaa. Apply to W. C. JoH.v
SOS, 718 13th at. n.w. ai>-lm
F- OK RENT?1500 6TH 8T S.* 8 ROOMS. ALL
B.I.; SH0 per mouth. Eliithb D. CAHIM A
OO., eor. lOUi and k kta. n.w. au8-0t
Fob bemt-two DKURAituc iiornrs is sc
tQrba. will rent low to deumbie lenanta; one
Houae oontaina 0 rooma . all m l.. (be otlirr 5 r-^ 'U.a.
For uartlculAra aae llcLACHLES ? BATCHLLDl
121a Fet n.w. awH-31
it
L/OR REST? .1000 O at.. Or,, m.l *.r?0
r 1425 Q, m t, lOr 84ft ho. 8, alley b? 1. 12tb
POO I.Or., m.l? j.) I anJ13ihonr 12
au8-3t F. W. OH All AM. 005 14tb at n w
EOSBEHT- 1S10 Oorcoran at .Or .830
1788 20that_12r 875.1 .ii>0 Waila.b PI.. ?r....26
38 M at..lOr......... 4f. 1354 Wallach 1'lace. 6r..2e
1017 14th at., a. A 4* .42 1352 Willach llaee.t.r .23
1436 R at n w ~,r 36' 1328 11 ?(.??. a. A dw 15
_B*8-? REST A HL&ulrford. 824 14Uiat_
FJB REST?0-K(.K>M PKE88FD BRl' K Hul 8E
nearly new. deatrable looallty. mc.iern lrnpr- ve
menta. furnace. (?te, larva rkmete. uationary a-aah
tuba, hot ana rold water In cellar. 214 6th at n e..
Inquire at 210. au8-.lt*
lj?QR REST?825 PER MOSTH. KE* TW O-SI OR?
JT Brick Houae. 6 rooma; all modem impr v?mmta.
1723 5th at n,w. itv-B'
F?r rent-110 r s w? r.'? i^ B s w t ?o
206uthn.a..828: 022? h a w, ?14: 1221 Ca.w .
?12 50. 631 E a.w., Jll.'O. b?e eumvlete liat of
lOUeee in office window both day and nlyht. E. A.
McIMIRE. 018 E at auh tit
1?OR BEST-SIX-ROOX BRICE HOI 8E. OOO K
i J; at n w.; water. faa. Apply 1100 L at. n.w ) "bt
! 820. aa*7 3f
For REirtw ?
Pur- 2122 H at, 8100 815 28d at.. 7r .822 50
2112 M at.. 10*. and ?t..7o 1421 W at- 6r. .22 50
1220 12th at- 10r...60 to". 7*2 17th..*w s ato?*22.60
13S1 D ?t. 12r. mXAO.ftO 1206 22d ou.Kr 21.SO
2321 P? av ,lor ,m.i 50 60 *?] BOlire. Ur.. m i._. ..21
2325Pa.a* .10r,.iu.i.5o 5o #38 22d at., ,'?r "-O
Far-2027 B at,7r.... yO 1318 2Mb. lor , m. 1...10
1021 Pa. a?e , 8r 40 50 2250 Cleveland. Ore.l7 .>0
2126 Let, Or.,ui. 1..40.50 25 D. ireea at . Or 1U 40
038Pat-Or . tn.1 40.50 ol4 24th, 5r 1 ? 40
1146 21 at. 12r..m.i 4<i.S0 if23 Eat.,flr 16.30
2127-VOK attfr.tn.1.3 . 50 1821 Rat,5r 15
18100 at, 10r.,m. 1.35.50 3240 O at, 5r 15
1143 21at at. lzr... .:?5 50 2230 Vnylnlaar. ...14.30
3012 Dunbarton. Or 36.50 2310 O at . 5r 14 30
2134 I at.,8r , m.l...,. 35 40(5-10 Pomeroy,6r 14
13U 2*d at,sr..in.i 32 50,718 24th at ,6r 13
2016 M at- 8r? ni l.30.50 1 anal r^.a?l. ?r......12.50
5^0 2d at. n.e.. Ur. 28 Rear 2400 1Or 10.30
8l0 22d at..Or..m.l. 27.60 < or Huron 4 MeaaUiure 10
2211 Fat , 8r? m.l..45.60 2714 K at- 5r 10
2103 I at- 0 re 25.50 800 2(tth ?t- 4r 10
2135 Pat, 8r. mi.. 26.50. ST API.K.
010 23d at- Ur., m.i.25 50 Rear 24CM a.ave 10
2433 E at. 7r. 25 45 BiOULS.
018-20 224 at- 'Jr.. .25 30 Store 2112 M at- lOr . .75
?V* 24th, Or., m i . .45.30 17 40 Pa. ava 40 50
137-130 i at. n.?.. 25 1738 Peuna. avt 36
For a full hat api ly to WfcsCOTT A WILCOX,
an" _ _ l?o7 pa. ava. ttw.
FOR REST?721. 726 ASD 727 OTH ST. S E
New 811-room Bricaa. mod. iinie . 818 per month,
au" Ot j. H. PRAY A CO.. 8371 ?t
fOR REST?703 L 8T. S. E- THREE 8TORT
JT Brick; 6 larre rooma, wate- arid waO'r cl-xiet. at
tl4. Will be reutod to a rente- i colored family. M.
I ROHl.Kn. 302 Laat Caplto! at. au7-3t?
l?OR REST?108 C ST ST. . 10 ROOM8. AT.L
r mod lmpa. O. C. UKl ES. .303 7tt. at n w.an7-10t
11 RlOJf& BATH
ORt.ES. 303 7th ai. n.w
FOR RE>T-^HOU SE8.
ilffpl
ipA'PM:
t In W .?r ??, S. L,?\
bit n w.,Vr ht ^
h ?-*- lit 5."> 1081 N Ga?'et Or
n ?. Ilt .%0 00 8* R at bT. &
x ? i,k_ -, . ? ..r.r; '?"u* ?
1 1 AO V B ?'- * .. : v ~ i?" H ?
J *"? * H ??., hr. 4.? ><i i? m > mi
4?^a?? aw'tav* '"'
"li'eiL w ^"' MCiLK b V . Or ....
tiiAVVaV * ft *
454 llttut.N ;t.\ i, ,7 |%V.V ?, 15 i
7Is s1.? f?*;7?rTr.^;:l% 5**^ vi;l
1?S7 W5& !f: ?r.p til dv ?* if1
fctf tt :t g SH
1612 .that c w ,8r * 4" 8.4 *ileoaat ,5
? ?* n w .Mr B0.40 &>0M 7tl?t b?ot {
?ihuTu'-;^r g88 ,s* ?? ? ?? * '
1W30 14tb el a.w ,7r. V8 OTORF-4
31 8 R it.D.4.0t .... 27 1 ^SO h m l v fl&
1M24 Mth it D t, 7r.*7 K 14 '7 1 4 that *w 40
lj'IBB.t BW.4r. ir.50 2oo5 WtSat iw"***1C
ififi'l5u?? w..OrEft.75 ft cor Ml. k I n w it 52
818 Maaa aTa.a.e..ttf 26 fru M.421etn? 10 M
?o:?_ B?. WARKER4 00?01? r at b w
f|gfA^fc::a38 SSbT4 ?-tr%
l uii rt- VL"-Vi-S0 k*V *?? 4r f
I'a Court. 4r . 10 5o
eul-Vw OKI). W l l?H!H, IWh and H eta a.w.
Fir HEXT-Borne* FROM BIO TO tino in
moolli Cotnl latr Itat In B.i oflk* wuiJU-w eaa ha
ee?n anj boor, dayor bight. L A McINTlRt
i> l.-lrn via r at_
l?OR RK*T-*W O RT X.*7* BOOMR. PAPERED
r Utrcwctioot. all ropTri l>nrea. daelrmble nelf ti
l*>rti<>od, 03ft t*r mo. Inoulre of
y-M-Jm FRANK 1. RMi iV> Msa.41IIM>? BW._
I'OB REST- 637 P* in a.a_ 4 r..
1 Mil Oat b w. is all hi. 1. ' 19
!?* .*.i m i. iwm; iiiim (i,bi. K
1MV0 1MB St.. l?r. Bll lOtfn ?tl, b *.,?r^Ai.i 4i
m I 1(14 Ttb* B ?.llrM 1#
3:<u?tb?t ?? . ISr .. 5,i HOK 4th ?t ii?, ?r..
Iliti Pi iTf. i? . 6 r. 4 w?t?r bd<1 m .....|? 30
?'or? 5#<n r.u?t ...?i ia:iy
200Aa*,ltl..Bi. Nt' ? ?ii?r ?t i. i ?r 12
MlhSjc B ?..i0r .m.l. &<> Hm :Hh"? 7tb?.*..4r .10 SO
l?40Kim? ?r . B11 4j VOltS Huttou ?-t. o w.. 4 w
407 l.ut? 11 r 4"> 4 etwBU'?*itsr.4t W
ilU4tb at ?.*.. 1 Ir :lv 714 12th 4r .. ?
l.?>7 Mill ?t, 7r. ml 3?. hw 1--'10 1 ?*.,!?? H .7
14V.H N J ?..u i .?ir 27.SO K. *r lVlo 1M ,241,3tr.B
122 7Ui at >-c ,ni .l.,(ir -'ti :t 1 >ut? >.i ? w it R >0
1405Col at ,6r in i 2f> 40 H KMkHI 6 Uol SK
1407 Col. aC.Hr.Bi i 2a 40 1004 11 at B w. lOr 100
5;i7 Wb at. B.?.,ttr ,m i. VT. BlORl!>.
43>< )>t n.a.4r .>ix. JS 6C <t|7 H. ic ? * ....... >?
10X'. tlUm a.. Or . U. I 20 511 Mtt .l. 3 ?t bt ? 100
10*2 7tli at.B.? .6r..m i. IK nT\BLC
10107ttial ii a ,tr ,m 1 IN Reat flli 1 a: o.w 10
HRuRXBTLDl * liRAPLRl.
M27F it.ua.
l^OH RtXl
r ISFIRXISHED noCBE*
1375 K at . d^uM?- :\ .1762 (.ircoima at.. Jt
atv . lMr I'.'M ?!)? , ?t ... t ?* SO
20 Iowa Cinlr, :? ?t} 23. U aC nr.. au>ra
br . 13r IS5 and <lw?'iiu|t . Mr 4b
615 1 at . 4 at) l?i.. 201* 14 el. 5 at*, br
17r 105 1?i ST
612 13tb at.. 4-atj ttr . 22.1 U at.DJ.^-fltf br
14r 100 nr 2?. AO
1723 y at. 3-at). br.- 227 H <U ?.,'J-atj br
utoiia, llr. Mr K.M
17iV3 v at.. 3 aty. br 1.-U& 1 at . .? at) br.
?ton?. llr... SO Mr S6
1705 Q at, 3ot> br. 154 ? at B.a.Sat) l>r.,
atone, llr RO Or *11 SO
14 -M 20tb at.. .t-?ty. 15b t" at n e . 2-at> .br .
l.r , Rr 42 50 Or ih?.?0
1400 stonrbtoBBt.. 3- 1711 R at. 2?T
at) . Mr 9V fran>?. ................. 10
1410t>t<>urbwt) at.. 3
aty . Mr 00
rnviutto
1720 Coon B? . S ?tjr ? l?r., lOr 1A0
Mr. 0176 1040 lMtb at 3-at?.
SClowa Circle. 3-?ty, br llr 110
13r.. .. .175 201H ft at . 3-aty br .
1207 Q au 3-aty. br_ | llr. 1U
12r .100 1*5 B at a ?. S at# ,
1202 > at 3-aty_ 13r. 150 l4r 100
1845 14th at, 3 at> |
RTORCR
4R0 Pa, a*e.. Sr? S5? vll? M. atoraand dwal 04
MO ,fi45 J.i. u at n ?.. aud d<aal 4o
1341 14th at.. n?w .. .100 W1H p at.joomw 23
OKtlCfcS FLATS.
625 F at, 3d Boor 1S41 14tb at- a*cot>?
3 rootua f40 or. and b?tl. 06ft
625 1 at.. 4t& floor. 1141 14tb at. Uitt?
2 rooUi? 25 floor, tt a aod batti 00
625 F at, oth Root, i:t41 14th at. !? "ir4h
3 room a 30 floor, ttra and bath b>
81 ABLE.
Tr rw of 1420 X at.. 7 aUUa, room tar 3 ftmapl
coa> umati i ro>.m. Crat claaa ( 21 50
U M i akulr.
su3-ln> * 418 F at
fnit UFNT-CXFTK MHHFI>?
1447 .Uaaa a*e. *la" 50 1 at 046
ilUSCoku are 8... ?> i72R lMttiat .44
til3 13th at 7o 2u.? t at. .60
K IM1 at loo .54 ;.t at a* 30
1?10 lMtli at 75 litiw rmoi 2o
l;.]4 lWthat R3JM4 raj ? ttr 1 arracs .^...*0
1440 M at bO 7?>k li at n*;. ~..-0
1 HIM ?'obo. ??, Bt. rr ?Rt 1427 F at- oflkoa ?1R.UV
1428 K at 50
1'. I.MKHED
ltftb and 1 ata .041<> <rtl ? < tu. epbt R. ?20B HJ
lbthajU, bbbtQ._... ^i?iiiJJ-R> t uu a?a ^t*B.JS
15tli,brt. k.UL,^)...W|' ?t? i.ial I 4U1....J... .a it
1 ti| out Circle ,Ki" 11'Ui at .u rl'ujfiitCtr. 12i
ILIl'r I lloiua* i iX>.i? ..KM . ??*< t at. ?. ?
tllCb. tok 4 UUoHX
>21 4 14. . ? l??.B ave ? ?.
FOR SALE?LOT&.
FOR 84LE-lltbl RE hOLD 1 UiWi BEACTirCL
Lota Mat atOr o. 4 tli at briwtwoL lidHu.i, OB
Ifiiwia . aliade, aluhwaik. 4c. OooJIurbulldliif or 1b
vvai.Lietit. Haut aiioQei. Now la xour change
BuM-21 JuilN u JuUKsON, M28 F St.
F
Bill and ?.oli?re tuii bat 14th and 15th ata.
au8-4t A. P 1 AttllUN, 1826 F at.
,'UH SALE-1 CAN OFFER FOR A FEW
bouie Very !>??<?: vil Batvalna In Lota
FOR BALE?BFACT1FTL RLsIDENCE LOT* 24*
BO, on ? at. between Se* Matj.i abtrra*e and 17%
at., Irobtiniri-eaei'vaiioii. omy ft. 24 i<ar loot. ? HA6
A. bUJtLtifi, KRXi F at. tt.%. au8*9t
l^OR SALE?'JN 8TLLU1.N 81REET (THR FC^
1 ture Columbia aeetiue;, lot lOO 1- front by lfto
oeei.jaat i uti faet weet ot the trw tv^.000 liiatnat
acliooi t'oildiin. can aa.l no* at 20c. ur ft - wottkl
aelUifl 25 or 60 feet front OEO F'. ORABAM ?
?u7-3t 1503 "
L, OR SALE-A CHOICE CORNER LOT OS
F Coitiiiibia road waat of 16th at., wltR *? new
overlooeuitf Rock Creak vallry
ao7-3t U,L'? P'
ioth at., with
P. BBOFMAi
D. U? tariuiaua of caw railroad " ?r*R?
Bs7>3t tuuiB aonuuR,
oStTTt
PVK 0ALX-4T A BARGAIN-ONE OB l'H HER
r Lota op eaat aide of Hit at. bet T and Wa.laaai
one ob 17th at bet. B and 8; i7th at. will be <-*m
creted thlaaaaaoB. LOL18 F HBORMAERK.
-8* RVOFbw.
I^OB RALE?LOOK AT TB1R-61.1M) PER LOT.
Three ltttt feat Fronta en north Aau nearTth.
str##t * * comany*-G
*???? as <-Rt
1X>K 6ALE-AN ELEUAKT Bt'ILDIKO Lul~oi
F North Carolina ave., north aide, bet Mth and loth.
for 01.560 If taken at ou<
the vicinity. CHAR
" 3t
7oV. leaa than a Muck irom I" 8 -f ti aerrioa bullA.
In*. ?t only Bl.AOy; aaay tenui R H T LEIFoi.D,
a.w. cor. 13th and F eta u w. auo-tit
T?OB 8ALE? TWEWTT CITT LOTh. EAftT OF
jF Lincoln park, from (300 to 0400 a lot; #50 dows.
balauce luoathly. All ei. client cbaucr for a nevBlatC
invaeunant R. H. T. LEIKiLD, a.w. cor. 13th and V
ata. law. alMMH
ifS la* 1307 Ft. B.W.
1X)R BALE?LOTB ATFOBEOT OLRR. Mil.. UXJLi
1 VO tnlnntaa' nde trom city. 1 to 6 cmbw foot.
i. B. UJLRTfOUT
14106a>>
V-uE BALR-THE NATJOKAL CAPITAL I*TksT
Jl meut Counany oflera tor aale very Daalrable l<ota
EBiHMHlUt and ML trontin* on the follow
tn? atreeti. L, F, (>, R and L, between 6th Bad 7tR
ata U.e.. and on 6th at , between R aad F a.a. Tbeee
lota are earjr daalrable either for tn Tea lament or lmiue
diate bnllant pari?aea TlfM made to a alt par
chaaera. Advanoaa made to reliable partiaa lot bmW
Annly to
?mkLtL^?&J^t'
. CfRkJl
aea. n. w.
yi7-a
BAMCEL V. Cl RklLEN, Traararar,
Rational Bate Oepoeit BuiMMao.
Rew lurk are aedlSth at
TX>R BALE?LOTS IB WAOOAMAR ABC RX
r dont'a addition to tbectty of t>aaRiagiob.?hmally
celled ?oodle> Park, ibla froyertyBBbiall Bt ?Re
terminna o? ConnvrtlcBt a??- ri tended and aitlaMia
Ealoraina Betfbta. the new brtdjT and the par* drlTe,
and near by the pru?>uaed Zwuloeiiwl wardena A
trtc road will be couatrnrted. a Starter ha Tiara
*CaU lor plat.
?ylQ-R? 700 1444 at
ooo mx ar
iota . ai not Ioh thBii 15 fail
BPXXjrorD LOT
TBAIJ
PROFESSIONAId.
Leavtffsssr&atvssst";^
eel Tea without the aid of
Exr4"? ?
BfXE, DKBAMKB TELXB ATJ. Iflllf Ofltfa
M tot?5Sk*J*na*L wa-*?
Ed A LTIES.
rr?E P^ATp BATE IB I
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