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FOR RENT?HOUSES.
F
X>R BKNT-3424 P ST, GEOUGr. iO?N. NEW
Bay-window Brick . >11 mod :mua.. ela
aani condition; #22..-0. 903 C ?t.. ?? room*. moU.
Inn*.; near cara, #20.40. BARNES k WEAVER,
tt.'W F It II. w. J0-3t*
F
X)B R1 NT?HOUSE AND LOT OS x MIN VliT
? tUli. uiilaa from Alex mdna aud H lull? from R.
k. ?wti< n. Apply to ROBERT w. SM* Iil. P U. Ho*
O tis Baltimore. VId. ae.O-2w
VOI R1NT-BY THOS. E. WiMiJUX fekEAL
r Ed TATE BROKER. 917 F ST. N.W.
HOUSES.
The "Maltbv ? tr?. K. 462 C at. n.w., 9r #35
J_ aye. and B at.. .#1,000 1015 22d at.uw.. 9r.30.35
1211 Nil w ,inr? 15r. .250 10 1 it n.w., sr U3.5U
1120 13tbit .fur ,10r.25O Upperpt 14oHPat. n.w.30
li46N n.w., put fur . 125 29 H at. n.w., llr 30
Jtt/27 1 at. a w . 22r?10<> lenuallytowu road. Sr..25
3052 Pat. n. w.Jur.. I3r.80 1421 W at n.w., 7r .22.50
018 1 at. n.w., lOr >*0 403 Q at. n w., 6r.. ..2U.37
1214 S.YjTen.w.llr..6<> 1837 12thit.n.w.. 6r...20
u.w.. Hr.?.50.b.> 1701 Bd'jrit. n.w 18
?818Pat.n.w.. l<lr 50.43 Myrtle at. n.e..7rie.oO
JS820 P at. n.w,. 10r 50 735 2d at. n.w., 5r. ..16.30
211 A it 13r 50 619 C at. s-w . ?r 15
1013 10th n.w,.10r. 50 2ol3 Eat. n.w . 6r.;...15
206 D ?t.n.w.,10r...35.5(> 317A319lothat,n.e..5rl3
1414 11that. o.w? llr.35
OFFICES.
468 La. are., 4th floor. t?tLi A Pm. ar., r'm 20. #10
4 rooua 430 : th * Pa. av.. r'm 17..10
9th and Pa are.. r'? 11 Gunton bid*. r 20 9
?lid 12 25 401 7th ?t . 3d 11. r.8 8
Gnnuinb'ld'r.r.20... 12.50 Lenox b'ld *. nil. 4 o
Gnuton b'ld'ir.r 12..12.50 40S La. aye., 3d floor.
401 7th at..Iatfl..r'in2 10 1 b'k room 5
401 7tb at.. 2d A., r'm 5.10
STORES. ke.
Ball. 5. T. are., bet. i Store and Dw*nir 1428
13th and 14tb aU. 10th at. n.w? 2a
n.w.; Kent, #50 a Stable rear 1618 L it
ruitnt, #25 a day. n.w .........20
Ball. 12th A?E 1U.O.W #5o Store and lr? 230 3d _
i it. u.e 15
Tli* aboie Is only a portion of the property on my
fcooka. lor full liat cadi at office for bulletin laaned ou
tt? 1 at and 15 th. lae'201 THOS. K. WAGGAMAN.
IIHlK KINT-A 6-M.K.M Bhl< K HOI Sk-909 K ST
n.w . rent. $-0. Apply to C. f. E. l.ICHAItDsoN
1106 I, at n.w. ae20-3t*
1>OK RENT-TWO SIX-ROOM BRICK HOUSES.
210 and 210 *4 B at. u w . with hot ai d cold water;
Cellar and bath. ail in good condition. Inquire at
3d at. u.w ?e20- 3t*
1XIK RENT-A SEVEN-ROOM BKiCK HOUSE
M? with modern improvement*, 315 Delaware avenue,
n.e , oue and a ball squares from Capitol. Ai l ly 214
lltL at. a.w. Rent #22. ge20-3t*
1~>OR RENT?1314 RIGGS ST.; *4 V
1 iel9-3t W. P. IlOUNG, 1303 Fat.
F
IL'Oli KfcNT?UNFURNISHED?
"1447 M?a ave. ..?l.lu 1223 Tat. n.w #25
| 29 tarnurut ayuare.. H.O stable, aquare 163.....725
^oiiu. ave h.{ 1?15 Pierce place l??~t
Us1? WiP *ve ? < 06 H at. li e . 20
li-V i . " :s la>ettc terrace. 20
1 w!a " S? f*} eMe terr?<* 20
1108 Conn. sr.. atore. tid 708 Bitnc 20
?i-2 dw'*k i-'-s i??. -20
iol^? 18.50
??.}?? ? ? ? 4c stable, ai| uare 199. 18
" 45 1427 i at, IS
1U3 2d St. n.w ...40(1334Hat., ahop. 12
Summit av., Lanier H'a.3o|
^ FURNISHED.
j6th at. ?qirQ jj,., ^ at.neMl4th _.175
1JUi near R 308.33 19th at.n'r Lupontctr. 125
^ ?- n.e 200 U 727 F at. n.w- . aiw
. . 1 ITCH. FOX A BROWN,
_ ?e->-lni y37 penn. are. n. w.
?pOR RENT?HOUSE 2022 14TH 8T. N.W.: HOT
I^R_REST-FURNI8HID-BT THE YEAR.10O4
il st n.w.; location the beat in the city.
JAMES A. BATES k CO.,
??l?-?w 1407 F at. n.w.
KVR,Bw,NT-l:!20 9TH ST W W-. HANDSOME
X .>ew 10-rooiii Bay-window Hoiwe; gtxxi location.
Inquire of J. HAHIU HUNuLRFORD, 1334 9th at.
? ael9-im
Fyi'?th^-7T. , meki&ia" hill BETWEEN
rfiri ^ n Is uW ,one "QUare above Boun
.*9' Sta-roomBrick Uouae: well of water in yard;
# 11 per month. loouire of V<\ F. (X1LE ael9-3t*
" ?X>K RENT-1112 10TH 8T. N W., FINE BUCK.
?- 10rooma. bath, furnace, bella, Ac.; handsomelv
tapered throughout and in perfect order; key at atore
11th and MaU. RLST A HUNUEKFoRD. 624 14th
V ?elS-3t
I^OR RKNT?FURNISHED?1028 25TH STREET"
near Ptcn. aye , a fine 3-atory house, inn,.,,.. ?ii
modern improTemeuta. #100 per month
?el8-6t A. F. FARDON. 1326 F at.
I^)R REST?NEW 3-8TURY AND BASEMENT
10 !>>onia, all modern convenieucea. 1028 25th
*M'fsr0teim' **' ; <45" A' P" 1326 F at
V, oiTitEN t- " ~
fj H at. .#100 25 Defreea. On 16 40
vol* U^I.^ m.VUo 67 t Z ! 5r* IS ^
Vif-.. V - 10r.ju.l...6O 1203 28th Bt, 5r.'.V."l4.30
lOthat 10r.^iU.u?,> 5I92:id at., or 14 :t0
??*"?n-?-o0.a0 831 N.H. aye., 5r. ..l4 30
- J2.>Pa.av..lur.4u i.50 50 2313 G at.. 5r...... 14 30
XKf "iV- ,H at.,7r..JA.50 2317 Va. ave . 5r 13 30
-J r; m i- 37.jO 2412 N at., 6r. 12.50
l o ."SI]^r,0"-9r,IH-! 431 '-'Oth,or..water..12.50
7"^st ?"r-?1|>.i-3^.o0 Ctii?i road, dr.... 1^ .">?
T 1 Sojvo 324B O at., 5r ".12 50
ftT; .:4th?lidu, J or.. .30 2427-29 F at.. ?r ...11 50
? ^' -- . r'S r>. 1 23d ?t 5?. 10.50
?*- M VV,!''t Alex- ct ? 4r... 10.50
? *V* m.i..25.jO Rear 1015 21at at. ..10.50
i'luu-Hf};'..'?'': ?> Cottatre Row, 5r..,10.30
^,'5 -4*11,Sr 2*>..J0 l<2?21atat? or 10
'?>?)? "* *-*???^3.40 Canal road, 5r 10
??? vr ~V 10:14 ?... or ;io
1,I)-1.S9 1 at. n e 25 710Hst aw "ir l?i
<22 I7th.5r. A atore,22 50 STABLE """*
?&'i5TV ? " V- '-'5 50 ^ -'4 "hCave. 10
4 00 4th at. a.e., b n. STORES.
?>l"i k'.Vt 2S-?2 ?tow -112 M ??-. I Or.-.75
,r 1 <49 Pa. ave.. 40 50
5.,ri! f,,l'r'L" 20.30 2027 I at., tire.and atr.. 25
1221 fe;-|gSo 6w> '^*t- 14
loralullliatapply w WESCOTT A Wn-COX.
- **1S 1907 Pa. are. n.w.
IiV?, t: HOCsE, SIX ROOMS
and bath, cellar, 2612 L at., #25.30 per month,
ovab.e uearl.sth and F ata. # 1 o per month
A. F. WH1TAEER. 1307)4 Fat.
F>R WTH ST . 1 WO ROOMS, re:
aerred. Apply ou the premiaea from 10 to 12
?jn. gaily. ael8-3t*
"BY Ku?i. holtzmas. REAL ES
A tat? and Insurance Broker, loth andi' iu n.w;
HOtTR?&
1:V~5' 1327 *?d 11529
tio.},1,1'.*'- B w '17r.l00 14th St.. 2 llata,
liT y at.n.w., I2r.. <a. ? 3 each #40 a 45
4?o U at. u. w , 13r 65 2212 H at. n w 7r
Jul? 12th n. w? 10r....6o 2220 H at n'*'. 7r 30
s?t, 8r. A atore 60 2216 H at. n.w? 7r ill
xoua Fjt. n.w.. lor....50 1212 Pa. .Te , 9r ".V"""!w
1843 pl?t"i w*il?ir" "2i? ,'1" Hr- -8 30
iMo ikit. u.w., 10r. ? oi> 123C at a# Hr ok
.id at. n. w , j>r 45 '^u V sL n. w** yr " ""?>?<
40 7th at. n.w., 9i'.""."25
'J'a V 1 e-.J or 40 422)4 1 lthnw.! 6r 16
' or' ?tcre.. ..40 .1420 Proapect av. 6ri5 .'10
?:>02 Pa. ave. n.w., 8r 40 307 D at. ae 6r 15
bos 9th ,t. H.W . lor... 4,' .'too D at ae'.6r li
ataw., 4r...."l4.25
1900 10th n.w% 7r.. ... ,:10 1005 D n or 10
_ FI RNISHED HOUSES.
?? 18th at., l.'lr ... 5o:i 13;h nr. L. *16r 200
A bet. 1, ih A i8th.410.Uii Ver. av. nr. N, 12r"'lHk 0b
Ma?a. ay*, and Xbonai.< H nr 21atat 8r 15n
c^cle. 17r .33:133 Wh^VVf it .'laV /.llo
Conzi. ave. ur. > it JaO i' ?t. nr. 12th. lOr i*>5
K bet. 1 <th & 1H, 15r..!i5u H nr. lOtii, 10 r "loo
t ^ 15. Mb ) *.?V>?h bet.Q \ R lOr " * 100
X bac lo;n * 16. isr^j^th nryaw^Ur .". 05
floor, 5 trout Lltxant rooma In "Sua
94*7 #80 Bulldtoir.-Breproof^ela.
li.,' "7 ?Vr< ? ,rulJt " ? v it tora, heated by atealu.
>*at?i bv ateam 00 troii. * .oto ?90 each.
?*?' 1 *t,lr\ i 1" to 1 ?? 1211 F at n w **r oa
470 La. aTa.. from 10 to 20 1211 F at.' nV'ir." 5a
i ATOtES.
'I ? w 13-? 14th at. n.w.... #00
TK. ^ ...... .00,1 ?12 Fa. ave r. w
iJtetTSii*' store*-10i8-1018- ><?o. iwS
- 1,;~? Connnectieut ave., will be fluiah^S
Octotwr 1. For particular* call at my ofllce.
^ ^ HOLT/MAN, lOtti and F ata. n.w.
I^OR RKST-1301 21ST ST. N W. (NoltTHl .tST
cor. of N and 21at at.); electric bella. ur.en fir.
ji^e'pi haud^? dee.?\rt"nUrompUtebordll?"
For rent-house fob rent and furni
ture ./r Sale in one of the moat deairable localities
.orroou. rentinjr The hou? baa ^JlenJlj^ uu
V''"? Ee ao la tor K1MI1* np partiea leavrna th? ?iJ
Addr^aoU.shKEEPtl. Starortlc*. ^^^eelt).
F'SiiParm0 8T *? W<_?-R?t)M BKICK
48'* li^i mon h" ^ F. LK1GUXON,
^ "*? aal8-3t*
bo^ssj^sa^i^firs!
FS8mRP'T-10-BO?* HOC"*; BAT WINDOW;
it-?^#SmT?:R!TiLl0,t throWh
iiftiif .1 1 #31 New Jcraey ave. n.w Ai?i?lv
1106 L at. ft.w. C. ?. t KlCHAill>si>.\. ael?-;it#
VoR REST?214 ARTHUR PLACE, NF AR CAM
Seat_Two-ator> and B-a.?ine:it Brick Uouae.
uy'*i u ' ***;!"" "!<'bath. all i!u,<roTemeiita rent
?2 .,4?) B. H V, ARNEK * CO.. W16 F u.w.
j-'^f - rix-Kuon bai-window brick.
^i V nearly new: tarred throughout
2 ,n,Pruv?meuta. a..,iib front ? eouvement to
0 l^Vh ' WO. J AS. Tti^Sl.Y,
BlojOAat. u w j aal? 3t*
I^OR RKNf?STORE AND DWELLING. 906 9TH
at. n.w.,cheap if rented before OctoUr 1. Call 5
?=- ael7-5i*
li1"'' 1- XO A FIRST-CLASS PARTY?A
T* specially Attractive and SjwloDa Comer Iwai
den?-?, haaJaoui?ly and completely turmahed
tbuiouaUe neuhoorb .h1 lu uortbweat a?-t on. near a
" auch p j-tiea aa would be williuir tu ailow
U'eowiHTtor.'aliiyoof tll# third-a Wry ^ma?u"
WoMdba couaxterably roducevl. Addre.
a?17-lm
I. OM RENT
?jvJ'*..V ' Frt- > w. 8r ...25.42
?, * 1 lr.? l*^ 20?i Arthur pi.. 7r 25 4o
lf-0 . th at. n.w? a?r . lOO 5o7 r.th at u 7r ?'% V?
is?4 L4tt??t Q " , 10T..70 1012 7th at" u a' jt'Hi
5S tw-? i-jwpfiS S.T'&**&35
???' *"i! ?> at. n.w. 0r ,26!35
liiiifv' I w- vi?ji fy ?"? Sth at. n.e.. w . j{5
M 7 v u' n"',1yr ^ liKi N-J. av... 0r. 25
loan i -*^ M*. f5 14"? Hthat. n.w .0r 25
}?!? ?.*l ?? 11 r .#?> 019 2d ?t n a. Or. ...22 85
?tU i1"1"* a-w 9r...|5 1230 H at. n..,. Or..22JHJ
a-^f llr. ..5o 110 4tu at. n.a^ Mr.. 2"
If-., d at n.w 55 K20 E at i t. ?7 2'i fe
i2rt*li!d t?.,t' ***1 :*? 4 ? '*-?* M*"4 av n.w.. 7r20 90
fStrJi & l*r..60 Kg 4H at. a.w.. tir..VO.M)
f-?X7 9"*? n-,ir..vr 'it C at.n.e . tir ?i \i?
^faWMSR
4<rt *AZl'mZ"~7 i? 7uL<i,t ????- ?r ....18.3a
?-1., n.w,. #r.. 4o 1k^4 E at. u, w.. (ir 1m *Ui
*u> i v 2* ** a v * ^ V at. n.w., dr. . ltt
,...40 57 L at. a w tfr i&
4->4H.V 2 w'it;5r Si 11,7 1o1** .?r.7.l6,34J
*04 D U. M- 3u-.?? 3413 Pro.pect ^ra n.w.15
5i1 '?lZ f-/ V 4'!V :"h ?t^n-e . 5r.::i4.30
i i-it |^*J** *30.45 10C>3 7th aL n.e. 5r 1?
~ " *ARB?JI*00?91? F at. n w
WMINE* V*T?
K'liit
FOR RENT?HOUSES.
"TXJR KENT ? Kl llMSHLC ? WE OFFER FOR
-T rent for one year or longer one of the moat com
plete and beautiful H.u-ea in Washington; aituated
on a prominent avenue in ths moat desirable part of
the city, everything finished in the moat artistic
style: bath r^onia with tile floor* and walls; most
handsomely furnished throughout
HILL k JOHNSTON.
sel4-6t 1503 Penna. ave. B.W.
F
FOB KENT-A SEAT 8-ROOM BRICK HOUSE: |
m l.; JEW B -t. a.e.; $16 per month; key next door.
Also 021 O at. n.w.; *60 per mouth. OWNER, 618
9th st. n.w. sail-3m
^OK REWT?CRFCRNISHEI).
l 1701 R. I. ave. J.w , H42 S T. ave. n.w., 9r..$65
17r. $208.33 601 lSthatn.w ee e7
1413 Maaa. ave. 17r l0Ol> H st. n.w., nr. .37.50
and stable 200 2tKh st. n.w.. 8r 50
1 Duj?ont circle. 14r 200 1801 g ?t. n.w.. dr 50
1216 lMhst.n.w.,lHr-00 1514 Lst. n.w.. ilr 50
1714Conn.ar.. 1 Isr 166 07 1248 11th st. n.w,.10r.50
1413 G st. n.w.. Ilr. 704 y st. n w.. 10r 45
and store 125 1538 Pierce place. 10r..42 I
]','2S1U at. u.w? 15r...l25 JOiilMit. li.w..store.Or 40
1700 15th st. n. 1530 29thst.nw.. 7r...35
w.,16r. and stable 1 16.67 1326 WaUach st.,6r.....35
1401 Stoughton ?v, 1305 9th at. n. w? 9r_. .30
Ilr 75 1507 Caroline St., 7r....25
1301 21st .i. u.w , 8r...75 1209 11th St. n.w.. Sr..26
602E st n.w? Ilr 75
FURNISHED HOUSES.
Conn ave.n<*rK,15r.$:i00 G st. near 19th. lHr $150
Haas.ave nr.l5th,13r.2._>0O st. uear lsth, 10r..l50
1217 Nst.n.w.l.ir 250(3 st. nr. 10th. I4in f.5
Put. nr. 13th. 12r...200 19th st. near N, 1 Or. .125
Hillyerave. 17r 200 1st and N ?t<? sr. .100
K.I. av. n'r l-'th, 12r.200 O st. near 20th. Ilr. .10O
Maae.av. nr.18th.16r..200; t* st. n r lsth, lOr .100
t th n'r X. st.. 14r. l7;i|N neur lsth, sr 00
Conn.av.n'rR.llr. lC8.67l3otli it. n.w , Ilr 75
The above house* can be examined by i crmit from
onr office only. THOMAS J. FlsHEIt ? CO.,
seltt 1324 F st. n. w.
J,"OB RENT?UNFURNISHED.
1016 N stn.w?12r*87.50 631 P st. n. w? 10r.... $40
House in Lckington 75 1137 5th st. n.w 40
206 Del. are. n.e.. Hi .60 1040 Vt ave n.w. 12r. .30
1230 luion.it. a.w.. 12.30 1310 V st n.w , 8r 30
10 B st. n.e.,1 lr 7o l'art of house in n.w ,Or.30
12 B st. n.e., Ilr 75 1246 Union st. s.w 11
FURNISHED.
19th st. bet. R and s, per year, steam heat $2,700
Conn. are. bet. R and S. 1 Sr., per year 2,500
21st st. bet. R and S, lkp. per year 1,800
1207 V St., 12r? per month. 150
1311 M st.n w , )>er month 150
1503 Vermont ave. n w., pel month 125
202 Delaware ave. n.w., 1 Ura., steam heat 110
811 O st. n.w . Ilr 60
Honse in Hyattsville 20 I
TYLER * RUTHERFORD.
selg-6t* 1307 F st.n.WL
1. OR RENT?STOKE PROPERTIES FROM $16
to $85 And Dwellitwrs from $10 to #150 per mo.;
see list xn office window. If yon want to buy. rent,
sell or insure call on E. A. McINTIHL, 018 F st. n.w.
se!4-6t
IjHJR RENT - NEW BRICK DWELLING, 420
North Washington St.. Alexandria. W.; 7 rooms
and bath: modem improvements. Address RUNT,
Lock Box 22, Washington. D. C. se7-lm
UOR RENT? 5o5 20th at,6r>.... $18.43
r 1003 F at . 14r $?0 2307 Cbamplaili av.,5r.l0
3327 P St., 12r 4011120 Congress st. u.e?
2149 Pa. av., 8r 30.5ol 5r 10
*el4 2w GEO. W. LIN KINS. 19th and Hsts. n.w.
IX>R RENT?VERY NICE 9-ROOM HOUSE; ALL
modern improvement*; in northwest; rent $37.
Apply CHAR1.ES EARLY, 603 14th at. s?14-lm
I.-HJR BENT?725 12T1I ST.. 10 ROOMS, IN FER
. feet order.
STEIGER ft LIEBERMANN,
se7-12t 1303 F st.
IjVJR RENT?HANDSOME 12-BOOM HOUSE. COR
ner Woodley Lane and Tenleytown road; large new
stable in rear; lot 100x200; new electric road passes
the house; per month $50
Oil 18thst. n.w., 3-story and basement 75 j
1823 I st. n.w., 3-story and basement 60
15 .7 Pierce place n.w..-story and basement 25
207 B st. n.e., 2-story and basement 25
Ward place n.w., 2-story 12.50
1203Kst.n.e 8
seO-lm Bt ALL. BROWN <1 CO.. 1321 F St.
1>OR BENT- TWO FIRST-CLASS RESIDENCES,
1513 Rhode Island ave. and 1412 15th at. Apply
to J. i. SHEDD. 150< K. I. av. au3-s,tu,th.luiftJ2m
IjHiB RENT-OCTOBER l7l233 11TH ST N.1,8
rooms, modern improvements, $45 per month; can
be seen any afternoon.
a?4-lmo Apply 1441 Rhode Islandfave.
IX)R RENT-TO DESIRABLE PARTY ONLY? I
that Fine New House n.e. corner 13th st. and
Massachusetts ave. n.w.; 15 rooms, two bath rooms;
heated by steam; all modern improvements: $ 125 per
month. Apply to CAMPBELL W. BUSHNELL, 1008
F st. n. w. seo-lm
1X)R RENT-MOST DESIRABLE CORN EK HOUSE
-T near Dupont Circle,$55month. Apply CHARLES
EARLY, 603 14th at. se7-lm
l^OR RENT-MOST DESIRABLE HOUSr. NEAR I
1 Farrajrut Square, $60 month. Apply CHARLES
EARLY, 603 14th St. seT-lm
1TOR RENT
1; 1302Lst. n.w. llr.$65 1109 13th?t. ?r 835
" ' ? "* r "
1112 i3th sL St Stable .65 1162 20th St., 6r 27.50
1603 16th st., 12r. .83.33 71 H st. n.e..6r 20 30
1529Corcoran st. 10r..70 8 Hujfhes alley, 4r 6
Apply to GREEN ft CUNNINGHAM, 1405 F m.
au22-lm*
FOR RENT?OFFERED FOR RENT FOR THE
first time?that Handsome Corner Property House
of 18 rooms, larye trrounds and stable, at the northeast
corner of Maasachusetts ave. and lltn st.
The interior of this House is beautifully finished
and iurnished throuxtout in eletniut style, and oilers
one of the moat attractive homes in Wasnintrtou. v\ ill
be leased for season or term of years, or lor term of
years unfurnished if desired. Apply on premises or to
au!4-3m JOHN SHERMAN ft CO., 1407 F St.
MONEY TO LOAJS.
TO LOAN ON LEAL ESTATE-WE HAVE IN
Cash $->0,000 to Lean on Approved Security in
sums of $500 and upw.ird. no delay.
ae2o-iiu FISH & MILLER. 1213 F *t n.w.
TO LOAN ON IMPROVED CITY REAL ESTATE? I
X $10,000, $4,000 and $3,50oat 6 per cent; com
miaaion 2 per cent. Ui_0. W. LINKlNo, 19th and H
sta. ae20-lm
Money to loan in large and small sums
on approved real estate security at ?> and 6 per
cent-, charge* moderate. R. H. X. Lt-lPoLD.
se!8-15t a.w. cor. llith and F sts. n.w.
Money to loan at lowest rates on ap
proveri Real Estate Security. l.nrKe amounts a
specialty. Also, as AKcntsof the United Security In
surance Co., of Philadelphia, in sums to suit, to be
re mud on installment plan, with or without life in
surance Payments to run 5, lu, 15. or ^0 years.
F. H. SMITH ft SON,
Jel7-6m 1222 F st
\f ONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT, AT 6 AND
JJM. 6 per cent, on real estate security.
FRANK. T. l.AWLINGa, 1505 Pa.ave.
ael7-3m (Ihe Arlington Fire Ins. Co.'s office.)
Monet to loan
On Approved Real Estate Security, in District of
Columbia, in any sums desired, at lowest rates of in
terest. THOS. J. F1SHLR ft CO.,
*el7 l:s24 J>" at. n.w.
O 4J K IWW1 TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE 8E
uOW.Uv" curity in sums to suit at 5 i>er cent.
7 S. BIEBfcK,
sel2-lm 902 Pennsylvania ave. n.w.
\f ONEY LOANED ON FIRST-CLASS REAL ES
xTX tate security in sums from $500 to $5,000 by
FRANK STRONG. Attorney,
ael 4 Ot* Claims and Real l-state.
$500. $1.00a $1,500,
_ _ a$2,500, $3,f 00, $5,000
To loan onfeal estate. Lowest rates. No delay.
sel4-lm E. A. McINTIRE, 91S F St.
M ~siwt?
specialty. 1YLER ? itU'l HLRFoRD,
Jy l3-3m* l;i07 F at. n.w.
ONEY TO LOAN AT FIVE PER CENT ON AP
proved Real Estate Security. Large amounts a
Money to loan on real estate at Low
est rates of Interest. BEALE ft HARRIS, 1324
Est. n.w. sel2-3m
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity wituin the District of Columbia at lowest
rates. GEO. V?. UNKINS,
se 11 -3in 19th and H sts. n.w.
u
ICH ft CO.. BAN KERS,
613 15XH ST.
LOANS AND DISCOUNTS A SPECIALTY.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS.
selO-lm
MONEi TO LOAN ON APPROVED REAL |
estate security in the lilstrict; no deisy In ne
KouatlhK. AEBER1 F. iuX.
se7-1 in ? 920 F at. n.w.
Monet to loan in bums to suit.
GWYNN. NEWilAN ft CO..
se5-lm Atlantic Buildinir.
MONEY TO LOAN. ALL LOCAL STOCKS AND
Bonds Bouirht and Moid. Reliable investment.
Securities of all kinds. LOUIS CUNN1NOHAM, cur.
15th and 1 sta. se4-lm
Money to loan on real estate at low est
rates ol interest. also on other ap| roved security.
Xllos. G. HENSEY X CO , Bankers,
se3-3m 1300 1 st. U.W.
Money to loan, in sums of $5oa $1,000
to $10,000, on Approved Real Estate Security, at
6 and 6 percent. JOHN SHERMAN ft CO. JylS-Oia
EALESTATE IN" V EST M EN" ~
sai- e as u. s. bonds.
SIX PER Cfc.N r, PAYABLE gl ARTERLY
in su^is $100 10 $i,ia;o.
SMALL PREMIUM CHARGED.
*20,000?TO LOAN
15,oOO
6.000 ON REAL ESTATE.
2,500
500 O291 THOS. E. W AOGAMAN.
K
Money to loan
IN SUMS FROM $500 UPWARD,
AT THE LOWEST HA 11 OF lNlLREST
ON
REAL ESTATE IN I HIS DISTRICT.
k. o. Holism an.
my 13 Corner 1 Oth and F ?ts? n.w.
A I uNl Y To K^NON 1.KAL Es'l A'l I. OK FIRST
JI class accnrit>, at lowest rates of interest; no delay
where the security la good.
119 O. C. GREEN, 303 7th at. n.w.
\| ONEY TO LOAN
.'I In sums to suit, at lowest n-t< s m: apprr eed real
estate security. FI'iCH. lOX A BttOWN.
o20 1437 Velu.hylvm.ia avenue.
Money ToloajTon real est itk at Low
est Hates.
WAi-H'N DAREN BOWER,
ap24 Stu-cesaor toDANENHOW LR * SON, II15 Fat.
BOARDING.
C'AFE PARISIEN. 513 12TH NW. BET. E ANDF.
J first-eiass ladies' and (ieutiemen's Lunch at all
iioura. Dinner a is carte French oyster Loaf. 25c.,
especially. Furnished Rooms $10 to $25 per month.
s?20-2w
'?^HIKD-STORY FRONT BAY-WINDOW ROOM.
,1 Newlv t urnLihe.1 with First-claas Boanl lu Frl
vate i au.l.). Address J.EB B.. Stsr oiti.-e. ^?ls-;tt*
'I'HE AUBURN. PENNSYLVANIA AVE.. CORNEU
p mux st. ii. w.
1 ool. pleasant rooms with board at msonabla
tncee. m y28-4ui*
ItHE WEBSTER. 513 13TH BT. N. W . IiktieT
. seers' bume. central to all points of interest; new
turnitore; eloiraut room*, with board. $6 to $ 10; per
asy. $ l to $2. J. A. DeW ITT. Prop. aulU-6m
SPECIALTIES.
MISSE. L. MASDEVILLE, FORMt RLY OF NEW
York city, i-xpert Manicure and Chiropodist, haa
. : - lied Parian over Davis ft Son, Hatters, 12th at. and
r>a. ave.. Rooms i sad tt. Office houra sa.a to 8
,? iu. ae7-lm*
HOTELS.
EBBITT HOUSE
BASHING ION. D. a
FOR SALE?HOUSES,
P"OB SALE-EIVE-HOOM fi.AAt. OV1TAGE
^ gear 2XjU?lC^.ii*t*'"K !*,W Da*tnbie- i'ric*
se20-;W MoLACHLEN ft BATCHELDER.
FD? U408 X A n.w.. b.h.,
IJKJ V 13?? <L?- 7r :iioo
M?4 131? to 1324 1802 and lii04L*t. n.
Harrison are. (x I w? f.h 4r 3.000
1 h,':4.ASi 5 r ?l -'.000 V018 9th at. n.w_ b. b..
112J 20tb st. n.w.,f.h., , ?r .....3.000
i ????? 5,000 1219 and 1 222 Madl
lllllMtk rt.?.w.,b. t auo at o.? 3.000
k. 5,000 461 and 463 Ridjre at.
"11 D at. B.w., f. n? n ? ar. 3.000
. 5.000 3255 K at. n.*.. b h..
3W to 3334 Pit. a. 10r 3.000
sXHf\V6r 5,000 1839Nth at. n.w . b.h..
1247-1249 Msdiaon at. Sr 2.400
n. w.fb., 4r. and 2 735 2d at. iuw..b. h.,
aaEVSlS W 4-#?? "r 2.000
8f? w.SSfi 2^d ?t. n.w, J 8] Hand 1S20 Law
JWfc Mr. 4,500 rence aH.w 2.000
4<J;> to 411 ttaar* mi- 4i:4 and 4iit> O-st. alley
..\?/-h * .b. b.. 4.000 n.w., f.h.,4r 1,800
?' u. w.. f.n.. 1414 Sampson at. n.
. .?"<} iho"*? rear. 4.000 w.. f.h.,6r 1,700
1328 V at. Slw., b.n., G y at. u. w? f. h.,
1 fnH'Wi. - V a ?800 5r 1,500
Y? J ' n-*?. 1414H Sampson ?t.,
...V- v T.V v v..3.776 n.*., f.h.. Or 1,500
2?a 12thstn.w..b. n., 1430 s?mi?on St., n.w .
AnT-vU..' -a:3.600 f.h..?r. 1,500
Allej.tietOth and 7th, lair, K st. n. w.... 1,600
L ?t M sts. n.W-.t.h.a.SOO Alley bet. 23d and
60 L at. n. w.. b.h.. 24th. L and M at*.
?*???????"? .....ii.oOO n.w 500
?iS1 w 1* SRv a of tb? proi?erty on my
l>ookR. I-or full list call at office for bulletin iwnedoo
tkelatap* 16 th. Ine-JO] THOS. fc. WAOOAMAX_
IX>R 8ALE-A BEAUIIEUL CORNEH PROPEit l'Y
in the northwest; seven rooms, bath and cellar;
nne wide parking on south and west fronts; all mod
?pilroproveinents; very tasteful* inside finish;
!p / iOUUi
ci.'J H"ndat.me Elrht-room (bath and cellar) Lion* on
8th at n.w.; lot 20x100; side and rear alley, with
stebte, outskle summer kitchen, front parkin# and
back yard; *.>.000.
i ih.iw"r??V1 *?'h all modern improvements, on
ave ? 4*> <Ot)W*eU Capitol at. and Pennsylvania
, ?^r,',-r^uVPrei"' modern improvements;
lot 20x100; T St.; ?4.t>00.
?4 000m P'b" BU 1,,oU imr-: lot 16x115; F n w.;
8-roorn Frame, brick banement.all mod imp.. newly
painted; Hon fence; tot 25x04; 5tb at. n.w.; #4.500.
t" o'oo? P U'b"W": llt 1Uxll": 1 at.;
?" hOO? Brick' kil moU- lot 15x120; Kn.e.;
, cor- Brick on 13th at. n.w.; side parkintr and
* .S?oiOWfruul ou ?" h ?' i ba< k yard; *4,500.
se-0-8t T. H. SU>Hi.KD, Bun Building.
Ij'OK 8ALII?HOl'SES ON INSTAIXMENT"IN.AH.
*".00O, *4,000, $3,t>00, ?i.8U0.
tMu>c? *-5 a month. J. \lcL.
UOUBOJi, 1:.'2j F nt. ii.w. ael9-3t*
TjH)R BALE?THE S.W. CORNEK OF F ANT) tU H
J7 ata. u.w. W. P. YOfWU. 1303 Fat. ae19 3t
Ii'V.?. ?AL,E ? l>K?lKABLt" COltHKBS?RHODE
Island avn. and loth st, ltho;ie Island ave. and 15th
vV.rvX H^in.^t'ire are. y and 18th at*. W. P.
lUlMj. 1303 i st ael9-3t
poitHA^-Hix-RooM HOUSE marvlandTve.
u?to *>V ^cash; balance monthly.
se!9-3t THEO. a. HABDI.NG. 000 11th st. n.w.
I^OR SALE?COKNtK JiESiDKNCE ON MAH8.
'J-- 1 hon a.i Circle; one of ih" J>er,t ioca
d3l"ft I. m ly;.?/r10lK>; *l*? J-01? lor ale in 1 riiii
8 to ctB- A. b. CAXWOOD,
l)th nu n.w. selU-3t#
J|"OR SAI.fe?ON CAPITOL HILL. TWO SQUARES
irom Concessional librai*y, Nearly New 9-roOin
??<juse; hand-ouicly iini>l;ed. would niaki' acom.ort
abie home or pay as an investment; *5?>00.
C st. uearNorth Capitol, Neuny New Seven-room
House; a Rood home or i vestment; #5 000
RtdT & HUMUERFORD,
Kia"3t 024 14ih st. n. w.
P)H SALE - THE ELEOAKT BROWN STONE
Residence of Senator p.dmer with Side Lot 20 feet
zront; north aide of McPbcrwii square
. .. JAiitS A. BAi ES & CO.,
1407 F at. n.w.
1X>It SALE ? FINE DWELLING, WITH 10,000
,Je?\?1 ground; 9th near V; ?10.000.
901 L at n.w., lor., #4,200.
9th near U, 7r . ?:\000.
V near 9th n.w., $2,500.
_ael9-3t* J A.Ml..-, lOOMEY. 615 7th st n.w.
P?mSALE - BARGAINS IN'"mT. PLEASANT
>17th .t.-Iar(re 2-ston- and Attic House, 12 rooms
and c liar; heated by furnace; lot 100x146; 48.000
Howard ave ?New 2-storv Attic and Cellar House,
ba'l'; heated by furnace, 47,000.
lOtb st? Ufrht-rooni H juse, 2-siory, attic and cellar,
furnace, Ac. ; lot 100x140; 46.500.
65xf40r?46l00")18eUnPrettie*tCO "er 111 vilI<1?'e- lQt
v?/>' tozy 0-room Cottsire; lot 50x80- 42.500
Sel9-3t RhDFOhD W. WALKER, ToOO F St.
l^OR SALE ? A BARGAIN TO AN IMMEDIATE
l n *eriT.N.e.w ?rkk House' U5 4 th st us.,
10 rooms and bath lai*e lot to allev. One of the
best locations on the "Hill." DAVID D. STONE
selS-dt 806 F st. n.w.
L^OR SALE-BARGAINS IN HOUSES.' '
1 6-room Rrick, Pierce place |? ooo
frame, 12th near 0 st -j mho
i-room Bric k, 6tb st. near R.I. ave!!I I"" 4 '> ,o
/-room Brick, new, Lindenave 4 iloo
8-room Brick, 22d bet L and M sts 5* 100
6-room Bn k.Wallach place s'( ,{o
8tore ami Dwelling. :id st. n e 5*500
?Su Suiow1"" 1>UPO"t "^'ortil '.
a?v? o4t. 'iV W. P. ' W VEitS ft hUN. J0?
au^8-24t 14*20 New Vork ave.
t'2" 8ALJE-6-BOOM HltlCK. 8Til MTT73?2,S00
i.'i. "Jfiss aud cellar, boundary st 3.000
* fretty Boiue, irood location, 7 rooms and bath.
Easy terms. No cash required.
auy28-24t* 1. W. P. M VEks 4 SON. 1420 N.Y.ave.
liOR SALE_? four houses, s.w\ section ?
n* f - I ? price for all only 43,300
- "-room Bricks, payinjr nearly lo per cent. 43,000
J O-room Huiiaes, A at u.?. Each *2,250
o Frame Houaes, s.e.; rent $44. *5,000
. J. w. p. Myers a son.
11"2w# 1420 New Vork ave.
I^OK HAI.E-SIX-ROOM HOUSE N.W. THAT IS
under rental to flrst-ciass tenant pajiny 9 per
1 lth st. n.w. selH-ot
P^.rALE-! HATE 3 2-STORY BRICK HOUSES
Just beimr comrlet- d. on I st. nearcor. 5th nt ue -
nnefy built with mod. an pa.; price 42,000ei-hV rea
uHtfr? CM* payment with accommodatimr terms for
-"JHN A. PRtSCOTT.
sel, -I ?t 1416 F st. n w.
"tH)R SALE?I HAVE 8 2-STORY BRICK HOUSES
r7ni0t ?r?cVlon aud naarlng completion at the
I, 8 ' u e' Ihese are well-built
a ' ? Improvements, wmch I can sell lor
if J1 ? reasonable cash payment; balance on
aci ommiKlatinjf terms. J No. A. PRBSCOTT,
*el7'l?t 1410 1st, n. w.
F?,J:.^LE-1 HAyE * 2-8TORY BUICK HOC.SeS
Just beinir completed, on 5th st. n.e.,at the corner
oi I st Thi-se Houses are finely built, with modern
improvements. Price 4:1.000 each; reasonable cash
^?7nin^ 5v?!myoSfe4n,5tern"' for balance.
se!7-10t JNO. A. FREsCOTT. 1416 F st. n.w.
FmSALE-I have for sale a finely"
located House on the north side of Rhode Inland
kIo. ^I *! ,u<i resr alleys, containing 7 riKjms
mou^oJut^ln^^te^^?n^re^i^arei
i'or fuXr p^i'^ul^ apply to^"" illJprovemenu
JNO. A. PRESCOTT,
7 int F"t- n w
?1 -lot Helloes Build ii(r.
FOR SALE-MASS. AVE. NEAR STANTON PAkF
?ew liay-winuow Brick, complete in every detail'
DoaauiDl location; only *3,200. DAVID D. SiONil
000 t st. n. w? j 4~i>t
1^ Ol'JOR BENT?MoDl.RN HOUSE^EAB
Dnpontcircle; 12rooms; plate vlaa*. brown stone
triiuiuintrs. decorated; 412.0t)0;rent 47^. Also 17utt
^iM- ava., where apply. Hub stable. sel3-im
|< Pu. SALE?3025 N 81\7l8 BOOM% HEATED BY
J hot water; modern improvements; fine view, lot
30x 1 .>0; in every respect a desirable home. For per
mission to inspect and terms apply to
aeo-lm W. RILEV JjEEBLE, 1319 F st.
I'm? 8 AL E?A XT R ACT IV K HOME JUST BE VON D
Boundary and convenient to atreet cars N,-w
nouse; 9 Kooms; reception hall, baib room and
cemented.cellar under whole bouse; nicely decorated
heated by steam and complete in every particular*
atreet paved, sewered and liirlited; corner lot. flower*!
fruit trees pi nted. F'or price, terms and card to 111
?\?7'2wl * 10 TYLLH * RU^HERFORD. KW7Est
~L*or sale- ~
S.,ve-New6r- Brick?-m-i-:
44?50MM* lV*' D'e" New 6r- Brick m. L;
?:U00^b.nd 726 6th n e" Kew er- Brickg. m-L:
727 Oth st n-e., New Or. Brick; 44.250.
sel4-fit ' J- H- OKAY 4 C?a
0:11 #at.
1^*?ALE-1S19 MASS. AVE.. THREE STORIES
and Basemen,. Basement has Ititcheu. furnace
room, sujre room and breakfast room ; 1st ioor, par
bath'? -Ei *Un4^ r^-a; 2d n^i,3c"a.u^V? a*d
S? floor-, d chambers and bath; closet-. .Dn
I Sf, ciibitiet lUttUtels, speaking tub* b,
ttniKheU in otra w .rd; biDdioiueir > pored For jiii
particuiars apply to J. 1 D iElt. 1^04 Est. se]4 et
I^OK SALE?A BARGAIN?A FINE tNEW> THKEE
RacL-buildtiip- Bay-window and Balcony
"V,,;!: L*' roo"1,,,; handsomely finished in cherry ;
?. i ] nmntcls; o|?n tire i bces. in the best iui
C? 0,1?3.0.-,0 or. with la.ye side
Davment^^0;siu*ll cash layment aud ea.-,y n.outhly
" sat-'C nquaie. Handsome (new)
lwo-ttory Houses, bay-window aud balcony - seven
ITftSW-'" w^wl- ?--'-<55o or, with aide
hi 'iv'i r??n; iy . Fosi^ession at once. W. hi.
alkiOlilX 14 J j Kew York ave. sel4-(Jt*
BASEMENT
1 nil i 1 gt.n.w. Built by day work;iias
double floors; plate class in parlo. windows; bested by
hot water; cabinet mantels; embossedUlinir; opeu lire
l iases; handsomely pai-ered; watchman oupremiaes
Al*y'~"h"'y. l >?1. 724 8th st. s. w. Uiomivof
owner, GtO. PitlNCE. Vhotofrrmj her, 11th and i'a
?!* seti-1 in
F'O.R SALETHREE NEW, OOZY. LITTLE
Homes in the northeast, No*. 73:1. 735, 737 Oth
?*<?et n.e.; (S ro<j:ns, bath. m. t, 10<j ft. from ll-streat
cai-s and herdics; cin'sj l?-ijflii Ji.r 43.2(;0 asch. ou
ea y terms. THOS G. HENLEY & Co..
s* 4-Ilu 1 WO E'street n.w.
|JHiBSAI^-.MOi;LrRS' BRICK DWELLINoTsiI
'?ood-siii'd Rooms and Bath Room; all mod. Imp*
cent rally located; -onvenient to Pension office In
Z ~< V-f ' t'u?riurui lO X CKHIOII ^, C
torior Dert ai d Oeu'l P o. Depr Price. i?,J.5tH?
"2w* T^LElt * RCTHF.hVoBD, 13g7 E Htii.v..
LMJi: SAU THE HBOOKU MANSION. _ OOKT
Jr land. D.C.; delightfully situatea, convent u> K
wi.'i^K0'.1' nearly two acres 01 if, onud,
^th shade trees of various kinds. This house is suit!
S5SL?81 ? suburban hotel, boardiutr
hottse, a ladles' ai-iuitiary or prej uratory school, beimr
in ten minutes' ridu vf the city of Washiurtoa and
near the Catholi,- onlver-itr. Apply on the premises
or to w. O. DEN I.SON. Heal I state A vrenU
?'l-lf ?23E ?t. u.w.
fjKJB SALE-NEW BRICK DWl- LLING, NoRTH^
west; Ur?t a.sjr. parlor, library, diulnv rw.ia,
aifahen and lartre pantry; second floor, four chambers
aud oath room. cemented cellar under whole house
fnruare and all mod. imps. Price IlL'JUU TVi i < V
RUTHEKFORD. 1307 ftt. * ? Jyishwf
pOK SAL* OB KENT-NEW Cl ABLE NEAR CO*.
^^E",j?;^i6S,t4t,2,.'i,Uiuod- imiZ7A&ty
FnSeMiLEu-?NIci. A*? BATHBBICi
l5i?iSfaiW*ch u,p~Uii" i,ttrct**,r?u"?uu
yOR MALB-Ny# BRICK DWELLING NORTH
A wett; fim floor, parlor, library, diulnir room.
{affsss? ^mi^7liy,*tlri^
V
??Wi.Vk m ^
SMYRNA, WILT^N^V^T CARPETH, tram
6 by y to 10s9 by 14 feet, in choice Pattema.
"*** OVUTAlNS^DRAPkBIWl.
' Boot BRO. A CO.. 12W8 E*
FOR SALE?LOTS.
F>B SALE - WASHINGTON Utluli . .-i - JI ?
ibovt bead Connection avenue. oopoelte w i
next the elegant resideoree of Profeeeor RUe>
nud General Pitcher Asphalt javemrut, ail cit>
improvements. Locality, elevation and prospect no
surpaseed in tbe DC. 1 am authorised t>
aeil (or lees than prices just raallaert on other lota In
Wyoming ave. 1. B. WIMER,
e-JO-.lt 1913 Fet.
]JOB BALE-WEST 8IDC OF 6TH NF,\RO, VOx
u 94 to aley: nice lot for a h?ne, 92 eq. toot.
Also Lota 80 feet deep on East Caiitol tl.oo so. ft.
se20-3t* BARNES A WEAVER. 62? F n.w.
IXiB BALE?CHOICE LOTH ON BHODE ISLAND
sve. west of 17th, extending to M at. W.l'.YiUNO.
I 30.') F ?t. k1#-?
Fob SALE?THKEE 'HOICELOTSON kenesaw
ave, Columbia HeiirhU, at very low price. Also
one on 10th at. near Columbia road. BEN/. I'. DAVIS.
1319 Fat. eelM-.1t*
17?OK SALE-CHEAP LOTS?NTH ST. NtAU U ?T.
n.e., 55c. per ft.; H at. u> ar .~>th HO.: 4th et. nra
0, 46c. per ft.; K st. n.e. near 9th, 33c.; lltb ?t nea
C s.e.. 55c.; llth st. near D s.e.. 63c.; N.C. ave. near
?th, (1.05: Columbia road and 15th (corner i, 50c.. 1
9th at. near B ?t.u e.. 37c.; K> ave. and Liuco!n pari,
trout, 05c.; 12th at. nc r C. .'10c. Also a umber > I
other cheap properties. CHAS. A. SHIELDS, lOt'O 1
at.n.w. aelQ 3t
FJU SALE ?AT A BARGAIN?ONE OF 1*41
Most Desirable Corner Lota iu Mount 1 lessen i.
fronting ou three streets; attractive surroundings
also. Choice Corner Lot on Columbia Road.
LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER,
sel8-6t ?20Fst. u.w.
F'OR 8ALE-UP0N EAST TERMS?A DESIRABLE
Corner Lot ou 10th at. extended: very desirable
forsubdivision. LOUIS P. SHOi MAKER,
aels-Ot 920 F st n.w.
FX B~8ALE?ONLY TWO WEP.K8 BEFORE TBI
train of Pullman hotel and sleeping cars starts for
Findlay, Ohio; $ 160 for a House and Lot; better put
your naiue down thla week.
FRANK B CONGER,
sel6-2w 1415 F at.
IpOrt SAL ?IBANK B. CONGER'S EXCURSION
to Findlay, obio: (160 bouse and lot sale st rts
; October 1. Place your order be lore them, at 1415
F st. sel6-2w
rnm sale-lot 20x00. near dupont circle
43.6(10. l enn* 9800 cash. bulatcc on or before
1, 2, 3 and 4 yeaia. Apply CHAhLES EARIA, 003
14th at. se!4-'.'w
F OR SALE?BY OWNER?A CHOICE CORN EK LOT
on Washington Height*; hue view, ruj i?U> build
I ing ui> with elegant hon.??; asphalt and gas-lit street,
paved sidewalk, sewers, city water and convenience*.
II solcl soon a bargain. No coumisaion. Ai ply 1301
| K St. ii.w. F. L.ANZKNBAKLU. eel4-0t*
noil S ALE?I HAM. SOME EXCELLENT GROUND
_F in the northeast i s invesiui? nts or to build; 15 Wi
75 cents per loot. Special inducements to builders.
Also cheap Lots northwest. V>. L. BL'RFORD. 1422
N. V. ave. seH-Ot* |
H30R SALE-ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE I
Lota in I'niversity Park, near 14th St., at a low
hguru and on easy terms. Apply to
FRANK STRONG, Attorney.
sel4-(it* Cliinjs and Leal Estate. 1421 G st.
I, OK SALE-A NU MBEi. OF LOTS ON MERIDIAN
1 Hill at low prices i he iniproveuienta now in pro
gri s- are sure to cause a rapiu enhancement in the
value of this section, parties desiring to Invest in
property that is buk to pay well are invited to call for
plats and inionnatlon. GEO. W. LINK1NS,
sel4-6t Cor. 19th and H sts.
17>OR SALE?ELEGANT LOT AT COR. OFCOLUM
bia road and Miutwood place; also some very fine
. Lots udjoiuiuir at moderate price. *1 lie-e l.ot3 have gas
snd water, sewer near by; sidewalks laid, curbstones
set, roadways macadamized. TYLElt k Rl'iUuU.
lORD, 130i !?' U.W. au!7-30i*
1, OR SALE?N.E. CORNER OF 141 HANDS STS.
n.w., ironung S5 leet t n 14th st. and extending
back l-O i<et. 1 ue property is perhat s without ex
| ception the best in the market lor manufacturing or
wood and coal yard purpose*. Terms easy
EUGENE D. CAUL' 1 A CO.,
, Real La Late Brokers,
solO-lm Cor. 10:h and E sts. n w.
XhTsALK-LOTS IN M l I'LEASANT (20 TO _"5c.
afti. Houses built to suit. DR. BREED, Cor.
8th and F sts. n.w. or Howard ave., Mt. Pleaaank
se9-2w*
<OR SALE-FIFTY LOTS IN "FAIRVIEW" BE
tween Lekintrtoii und National I air Grounds, 25x
100: 4150 each, Lasy terms. Thia property ia on
the line of unprovemei.ts and offers an opportunity
lor lnvestnieut. Fur plats and luloiniatiou apply to
ltLsT A HI NGEKFORD.
aul7-3ni 024 14th at. n.w.
T^Oli SALE?LOTS AT FOREST"GLEN. MD.; ONLY
M. 20 minutes' ride from city; 1 to .?cents|>er foot.
i. B. HERTFORD,
Jy0-3m 1419 Gst.
UNDERTAKERS.
m COMIXLO, WITH A PRACTICAL UNDER
*?.?*; r and Lmbalmer in my euij.loy, joOat 11 w
? ud .i4 li tit. n.e. Everything hxui-cuum. heiutuuabi*
terms, leiephoue 20S-2. Jy31-3ta
{Small Boys* School Surra,
93.50 to ?io.
SMALL BOYS' DRESS SUITS.
$7 TO 915.
ENTIRELY NEW LINKS AND STYLES OF
VEST SUITS. WITH SHORT PANTS, 8 TO
16 YEAHS.
LARGE BOYS' SUITS (LONG PANTS).
SCHOOL SUITS.
half-dress surra
DBESS SUITS.
PRICE FROM 98 TO 920.
WHILE "THE AVENUE" IS BEING BE
PAVED CARB1AGES WILL STOP AT "D"
8TBEET DOOR.
E. B. BARNUM ft CO?
selO 031 PENNSYLVANIA AVE.
719 719
LOOK! LOoK'.l LOOK!!!
SEDUCTIONS EXTRAORDINARY.
Assorted lot VEILINGS reduced to 5c. per yard.
Assorted lot VEILINGS reduced to 10c. per yard.
BLACK BEADED LACE VESTS and PANELS re
duced to $3; former price, 99.
1 piecc RED FLANNEL, embroidered edge, reduced
| to 50c.; former price, 9 i .25.
REMNANTS WHITE FLANNEL, embroidered
I edge, reduced to 25c.. former price, 50c. to 65c.
EMBROIDERED CASHMERE TRIMMING re
duced to 25c.; former price, 91 to 91.75.
One lot Anaorted LACE st lc. pet yard to close.
One lot A-sorted LACE at 5c. i>er yard to close.
One lot Assorted LACE at 10c. per yard to close.
One lot Assorted LACE at 15c. per yard to close.
BLACK CHANT1LLY LACE, ail silk, 4 inches wide,
| st 10c. sysrd.
Among the 10 and 15c. lots of LACE8 will be found
| REAL TORCHON, REAL ANT1QUL and REAL RUS
SIAN LACE. Many rare bargaiua.
WHITE ZEPHYR NETS at half price.
REM NAN 18 OF ILLUSION at 10c. a yard.
Lot of BOYS' TUBULAR NLCKT1K8 st 5c. each.
ATTRACTIVE BARGAINS In EVERY DEPART
MENT.
K. G. DAVIS*,
*?1 ^ 719 Mm ket Space.
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B. J. HOBNEB A CO..
81. 63 AND 65 WEST 23D STREET,
NEW VOBK.
LARGEST EXHIBIT OF ARTISTIC FCENITUBK
IN AMERICA.
TEN SHOW ROOMS FILLED WITH THE LATEST
PRODUCTIONS OF THE FURNI.UBE AND UP
H OI 1EBY ABi' FBOM Hit BEOoGMZED
MANLFAC i URING CEN ltBS OF THE WOBLD.
NOW.LTIF.S OF LONDON PRODUCTION.
NOVELTIES OF FAHI8 PRODUCTION.
NOVELTIES OF VIENNA PRODUCTION.
Our Own Importation.
NOVELTIES OF AMERICAN PRODUCTION.
Including Those of Our Own Manufacture.
Visitors to New York we cordially invited to call
and examine oar stock and prices. lbs oantral loca
tion of our establishment (adjoining Kdao Ml
nakss it easy of scoess from all parte of tftsotty.
ss 19-3 tAm. wai 1 m
H OO T T
iuV
CHILDREN IH COURT.
JavwUt Ltw Breakers and Wltasssss
Before Jadgt Miller.
There wen only eighteen prisoners ia Ike
Polio* Court this morning. The police ex
plained that the eeel weather lest night drove
in the lew breakers who have not yet go* their
overcoat*
UTTLB BUT LOUD.
Two little rag-a-muffins appeared when
Bailiff Kendig called Henrv Duokett and
Walter Foster. "What are thsse boy* charged
with?" asked Judge Miller. "Load and boist
erous and disorderly conduct" be waa told.
"They were upsetting garbage boxes in aa
alley "in the rear of A street northwest this
morning," said Sergeant McTaggart "or at
leaat th:it in the information I received." The
born told ih< ir nidi of the case and their per
sonal bonds were taken.
UiFAKTS IH COURT.
Another pair of the name kind came through
the door when Alex King and Thomas Willis
were called. ' -Cruelty to animals" wss the
charge against them. Alphonso Amarosa's borac
bad been cut and Amarosa's three infant chil
dren were called a* witnesses, bat counsel
objected to their evidence. The children were
sworn and after being interrogated by the
court to ascertain their mental capacity were
excused and the iudge said: "Call some witness
who is old enough to tell a lie."
' Mr. Kfy, take the stand." said Prosecutor
Shillington.
Agent Key and other witnesses testified, but
they were unable to show who cut Mr. Ama
rosa's horse. Then another child was called.
"What is your name?" asked Mr. Siuliington.
"Frank Amarosa," he replied.
"How old are vou?"
"Eight years."
"Who made you?"
"God make me."
"What will become of you if you tell a lie?"
"They would put me in the fire."
"Where is the fire?"
This question was too much for him sad be
failed to answer.
The judge tuld Mr. Shilling*on that he would
hare to take the boy in his Suuday school class.
"I'll be pleased to do so," said Mr. Shilling
ton.
The court beard further evidence, including
a denial from the bovs. He was uot satisfied
from the proof that the lads were guilty and
they were discharged.
AFTER THE FARLOB SOCIAL.
There was a gathering of the colored society
of Jackson alley lost night. Carrie Smith and
Nettie Crawford attended the gathering and
danced until the hour of midnight.
"It was just five minute* after a quarter past
twelve when 1 started home," said Nettie, "and
that white man ran after me."
"Did he catch you?" inquired the judge.
"No, sir," she replied.
"What did he want to catch you for?" the
judge asked.
"Deed, judge, God only knows."
The white man. w?io gave his name as George
Cruikxhank, mad. an exrlanatiou of his con
duct, but it was not satisfactory. He was tiued
to or 15 days.
KOBE YOUTHFUL FBISOXEBS.
John Wesley, a hard-working colored boy
who earns his living by driving a cart, was the
next prisoner. He had dumped a load of earth
on 1st street near the O street bottom, which he
had no right to do. He was fined $1 or three
days, but he didn't have the dollar.
Thomas Sidney, another boy arrestt d for a
similar offense, failed to appear and his $5
went into the District treasury.
"lea, sir," responded Alex Brooks when
charged with disorderly- conduct.
The judge sa;d ?'?5.
Mary ?. Brown, a neatly dressed little col
ored girl, appeared on a charge of misbehavior
in the county. Her parents paid a fine of ?5
for her.
THE NEW AVENUE PAVEMENT.
Capt. Symons Says it WUI be Finished
ia ritue for the Uij Parade.
"I am unable to see what will prevent ths
completion of Pennsylvania avenue in time for
the big parade in October, unless the elements
are decidedly against us," said Capt. Symons
to a Stab reporter today. "The railroad coin
panv are certainly to be congratulated for the
expeditious manner in which they have enr
ritd out their portion of the work. They have
finished laying their tracks and expect to com
plete the paving between the rails and tracks
this week.
"As I nave already said," he continued, "un
less the weather is dead against us the aveiius
will surely be completed, at least from 7th
street to lfth. The north side of the avenue
from 7th to 1st will also be completed, and pos
sibly the south side, but we don't propose to
tike any chances, and the best portion of that
section will remain intact until we can see our
way clear.
BEST favthext I* the word.
"The pavement already laid," he continued,
"is. as far as I know, the best in the world."
"Will the new pavement compare favorably
with the old on<.-?'? asked the reporter.
"More than favorably. It will be decidedly
better. Oue great change is that for the new
puvement we require a binder coat. Hereto
fore it was the custom to lay the surface on
top of the hydraulic concrete base. This new
departure will prevent the wavy appearance of
the pavement and make it more substantial."
COST OF THE POLICE FORCE.
Maj. Moore Estimates Expenses for the
Next Fiscal Year at $677,575.
Mij. Moore today submitted to the Commis
sioners his estimates for the support of
the department for the fiscal year ending
June 30. 1S'J1. He estimates for ono major aud
superintendent at #2,7(10; one captain at 4'J. 100;
one chief clerk, who is also property clerk,
42.100; one clerk stenographer, $1,000; two
clerks at *W)0 each; four surgeons at WO each;
additional compensation for privates detailed
for special service in the detection and preven
tion of crime. $1.'J20; two lieuteosnt inspectors
at $1,500 each; nine lieutenants at $1,509 each;
thirty-three sergeants at $1,200 each; one hun
dred and seventy-seven privates, class two. at
$1,080; two hundred and twelve privates, class
one at $900 ea h; twenty station clerks st $900
each; nine laborers at <4*0 each; one messen
ger at $700; one messenger at #500; mounts for
superintendent, captain end thirty-eight lieu
tenants, sergeants aud privates at a cost of
t^40 each; oue ambulance driver at $600; two
assistant drivers at f4H0each; one van driver
at $480; twelve patrol drivers at $4M0 each:
three police matrons at $600 each: rent of
headquarters and sub-station at Anarostia,
$1,200; fuel. $2,200; repairs to stations. $2,000;
ercction of stable for ambulance and horses,
$6,000; purchase of lot and erection of station
bouse in Georgetown. $*5,000; stable for horse
and patrol wagon in Georgetown, $2,500; addi
tional storv in the fourth and sixth station
houses. $10 U00; heating and drying appliances
in three station bouses. $375; miscellan- ous.
-$18,000; completion of sigual and telephone
system in the District by the erection of the
same in the fifth aud eighth precincts, includ
ing horses and wagons. $10,000; for stables in
the fifth and eighth precinct* to accommodate
horses and patrol wagons, Sj.000. Total esti
mated for, $o77,575.
The Creek Claims Fee Muddle.
The Attorney General baa rendered an opin
ion in the matter of the fees by the delegstes
of the Creek nation to their attorneys, agregat
ing $228,000. The delegates, the rhief of whom
was Pleasant Porter, were authorised by the
Creek nation to draw the money due the Creek
nation from the government It wss claimed
that uo accounting ?.ui made to the nation
of its expenditure and a special agent was sent
to investigate the matter. '1 be Attorney Gen
eral holds that the Creeks are au independent
people and that the government can feave no
jurisdiction in the matter. He citee in sapport
of this opinion the ruling of Judge Mac Arthur
of the supreme court of the District of Colum
bia in tbe case of the Cherokee nation against
W. A. Phillips.
A private letter reeeivsd in tbie city from the
Creek .nation recently eta tod that if tlie At
torney General should decide that tbe govern
ment could not interfere the discontented
would employ an attorney and bring suit
against the government to test tbe question.
Aa Kvll Mot to bo E adored.
To tiis Editor of Tn E vsxnrs Htab:
All efforts to bring about a reform ia the
garbage department end protect the residents
of New Jersey svsnue and vicinity (northwect)
from the spread at diss ace aad other evils
arising from ths snnesislstlou of garbage.haws
signally failed. Me, eight and ten days pass
before the garbage is collected from oar
premices. It is now high time that the health
of ths oommunity should he oooaidared by the
Commissioner, and the board of health before
If that official is not able to CMfSy^Thh
contract pat scats one ia his ^jace |hat caa.
DISTRICT ?OVKJlNIU>T.
tbi ran* a?r to w*. turn.
During tbe lest inaagor*! ntwoom here
tb* PennsylvMia 4wtrond mtImi
property belonging to Mr*. iMbeila Joh mm.
The governor of howlmli *m notified and
he replied that be would investigate tb* matter.
As notbiif bM bNi beard from him Attorney
Kiddle requested that (ho paper* is the m*o bo
(ornrM him to cm tf the District can take
action in Ik* matter. The paper* vara accord
ingly (ornrMd.
n wavtb to u a artnu.
Mr. Samuel B. Ken die. the bailif at tko Po
lice Court. bM applied for a coram lasioe a* an
additional private. The Commissioners will
order the commission.
rBKsiows roa policfmxw ?kab*et's raxiLT.
The board of police pen am ban examined
the caae of the widow of i'urick Kexrney. th<
polio man who arrested i.lean and re.- m
mended a peiuiioii ot % a) per tnouili lo her aud
tidier month to each of the two childrtu
tn?Uwj arrive at the age of mi en. The
Commissioners have approved the lecommeu
datton.
btbekt imominTi roa east washikoto*.
The Commissioners thi* morning r?rc a
bearing to Messrs. A. P. Clsrk. L. A. Delwig.
U. ?. So hoc n born and Edward kubel. a com
mittee from East Washington. *ho urge to
praaa the placing of the following streets in the
arbedule lor improvement for the coming tiscal
year:
Massachusetts avenne from North Capitol to
Staunton place; D street from Delawnre
avenne to 4th street. 1st street from C to Chi
cago street: 2d street from C to F and 4th
street from C to P.
The Commissioner* talked the matter over
with them at some leucth and prumim d to give
the matter their earnest consideration.
maccLLAXBore.
The Commiaaicners have received a request
from the Woman's Christian temperance uu>od
requesting that they be given h hearing ?ht n
the matter of their appropriation come* up for
conaideration.
SHORT SUPPLY OF OY9TKRS.
And the Bivalve* are of a Poor Qual
ity So Far.
Friday morning la generally a busy time at
the oyster wharf, and this tnoruiug was uo ex
ception to the role. The supply of oyster*
wm short, there being only two boat loads at
th< wharf. Some of the dealers had in a pretty
fair supply, which partly m <de up for the
ah or tag e on the wharf. The supply of oysters
in the boat* wm not large enough to aupply
the demand.
Although there was such a scarcity of bi
valves there ia
?o damobb or At otsteb ran:pa.
Several boats are expected to arrive thia
evening. In speaking to a Stab re|*>rter one
of the dealers Mid that oysters bad been very
acarce thus far thia season and that they are ? f
an inferior quality ou account of the continued
spring raius. The ovsters from ali the branches
and creek-of the Potomac river, he said, ure
very fresh and even the Norfolk oysier* do not
come up to the usual high standard. While
they are very good otherwise they are too fresh.
He thought it would be seversl weeks before
the orators will have a good liavor. This, he
| contiuued, ia the result of the heavy rains and
storm*. Although there is a scarcity o( oys
ters the prices are uot unusually high, hiver
oysters lire selling at from Ht to 6b cents per
bushel, while Norfolks are bringing from iLXb
I to vl.bO. _
AMI SKMKN I S.
Willabd Hull.?The Ideal minstrel troupe
will opeu the season touigbt by an enterU.n
i meut at A lilard haiL 1 lie program has bw u
carefully selected and the performance will be
{ fully up to the stand .rd of thi* company.
| A Jokadab EnxkBTAiKKEM.?An interesting
j and successful musical and literary entertain
ment was held at St. Joseph's ball last night,
ander the auspices of Goodwill council. Hons of
Jonadab. The {larlicipants in the program
were Miaaes Celia Murphy, Lizzie Waters and
Lamb, Messrs. Harry WMt. Made*. Jos ph
McCaun, Judge Weed and other*, ali of whom
acquitted themselves in a most cred.t.ble
m>uner. Mr. J. J. Hogan was the efficient
chairman of tke committee of arrangements.
ScTekxstbnobnt P<>wbll will talk this even
ing at the Y. JLC.A. rooms oq "Tne necessity
of an object in life and the advantages of a
planned conn* of iMtructioo." The lecture
I will be free.
Tbb Bobtob Brvraoirr Obcbebtbal Ctra.?
Dr. Bisclioff of thi* city has ju*t completed ar
rangement* for the early appearance of the
Boeton aymphony orchMtral club, which hat
?ince its reorganisation after the cloae of ImI
season engaged several of the most celebrated
virtuosos both from Europe and this country.
The famous ttwed *h prima donna will be the
soloist to accompany thia orchesttai party.
To Promote Kastern Branch Improve
ments.
The South Capitol street. Anacostia and Gies
I boro' road and bridge association bas filed a
certificate of incorporation. The incorpora
tors are Andrew K. Browne, Aug. Burgdorf. P.
H. Heiakell, jr., L M. 8aunier*. J. Adam
Blade, Jauies d. Beagan, Alexander Moffctt.
Henry S. Halley, John Miller, B. i. Beall and
P. Mann. The objects are for benevoit nt,
scientific and literary purposes, mutual im
provement, for the promotion of the art*, and
erpMially for aiding >u h enterprise* a* in*
im^ovetneut of the Eastern branch of tke Po
tomac by perfecting its channel, by the erec
tion of ideal bridgt s a< ros* it. by tbe reclama
tion of the waste ..ads iviug along its shores,
aud by the laying cut or and cou.trui tion of
modern public highway* and avenues through
thi surrounding country for the benefit of tne
nation's capital.
The R-Str?et Trench.
To th* Editor of " a* Etbmiso Stau:
Will you kiudly allow a little apace for aome
queriee concerning the laying of the water
main on B atreet? Before the work wai
started it wm understood th..t great care was
to be taken to cover the pipes as fast as they
were laid; that only a short distance ahould b*
open at once. Walking over tke ground a few
days ago it waa fouud that the trench was open
from between 6th aud 7th almoat to lith atreet.
Now, Mr. Editor, ia there any law governing
this matter and who ta responsible for its being
carried out.' September is pre-eminently tbe
mouth of malaria, and the piles of earth turned
up in front of squares of bous< s suggest chills,
typhoid fever and other disorders to the occu
pant* thereof. Our familiee are returning to
Washington at this Mason and grave apprehen
sion must be fait concerning the safety of tuoM
who live in thia vicinity unless steps are taken
to protect them. In New York tbe board of
health follows closely in the wake of such open
ings. throwing on diiinfectanta. Ia the same
care taken hare in our city, and if not ought it
not to be? A Reside*? or B braxai.
Concerning tbe Recorderablp.
To tbe Editor ut Tbb K vbkibi Stab.
It would be wall for the new marshal to know
what th* feeling of the Diatrict ia in regard to
purely looal office*, and to be informed that he
ia rendering himself vary unpopular by hi* ad
vocacy of an ontaider for thia entirely looal
office. Your paper Hated a day or two ago that
Mr. Parry Heatn, who is also a candidate for
the recordership,claiming citiaenship here.Mnt
word to the Preaideat that if he eouid not nave
the office he would prefer te see Tanner ap
pointed to anybody else. If this ia the aort of
District man Mr. Heath ia we hardly want him
at the bead of one of oar local oitacee. The
fact ia that there are a lot of eandidatM for the
recorderehip who think that they will have
nothing to do bat draw tke feea, thereby en
abling them to devote their time to outside
business. Thia hM been the practioe in the
past, and it ia this that brought the oMoe into
such disrepute.
There ia no office in thia country that needs
closer supervision than tbe ottice of tke re
corder of deeda ol tbe Diatrict of Ooiumbia,
and when such supervision ia not given it and
the head of tbe ojioe ia not a woraur in tbe in
terest of tbe office tbe result ia preciMly tbe
aame as would be tbe eaae in any office or
counting room. A Citlxbb.
Tbe Death
Daring the twenty-four hoara ending at i
today dMths were reported to the I
as followa: White? Baiph P. Barney, 8 years;
Wm. O. Ward, ? years; J oka J. Martin, S3
Jean: Ophelia Donaldson, AO yean. Colored?
aa. N. Thornton, f days; Yfletb Hawkins, tf
year*; Qeorge Brown. M yean; Lucy K. Kobin
eon, 23 yeen; Daisy Harrie, I yean;
Barker, 1 year.
B. Collin Bobett bM bought fee fl.OOOof
jkMeph yholl part A square 467, IT feet 6^ by
_ %. .
L Clagett sub aqi
UMMMtKTOH Jk.
To Si* Pratjr Hri?oi Brrx-Dfw*. ?Tfcg
Corcoran erboo! build.ng oa >*t!i ?!'M MM
be<>a ron pisi. d hi) t? now readv for IW ?? ???
Hon of tbe p?|.ib on Mondav UK n?ar bm o?
ton is two iunt> high tMKWtbtkwnwl,
whicb tMMlw four rwrMiiuu ruuM, each Jk
fret by (?,! ??<h Of the eight school
wwcouuimpx* noiHtb for mtr u>?ki.
1*1 only fort> -two hew* bee* placed in poutMu.
lonsidershle ettent ou wea piad to the kr?tanf
nad ventilation of this erbool bawr sa.l both
?* r?qiu?H?? of health and cm tort far
the pupils have bm ranfalii ittrailrd to by
architect Mid builder. Nr. B. r>lrieb
the architect and Jo-. k h I'.u.uim the brick
layer.
* Wiu Attkwdko Tocbbimkvt *w b- Id
?*' niirbt at v *4? Villa under tbe
lu^i of St. Am. - . ?d aocletv. The ?i to neap
fulkuighi* were James c uu.ut.uo,
Joseph KuJiti .iud .il .use! Collins.
Homk .?oaiji.? Mr. mid Mr*. Henri Oood
???. t!ie latter lormerly Mia* Jennie Nord
Unirw, bare rei urmd borne frua an
northern ?rtld ii| tour.
J ??L WAi?hi'i Wttu?The vill of the
l?lf Jane* L. Waiwirl ol ??. oner town ana filed
tod.iy. Ut leave* his estate to his wue and
ninkes liar bla cat t utrix.
I'MnuTcai ani> (Vi?nmu? or Ware* st 7
i.U.-Uraat Falls ?temp. rature. <4. ceadltioa.
'I. Beeeiviug reservoir?totrperature. 71. coa
ditiou at north coaaectMin. 4; condition at
aoutb connection. A). Distributing riwrvoir
tctrperstnre. 71; condition at lufliient (at*
bounf. 17; condition at effluent gate house, A
Hiifb tide in the river today at 4:16 p.m., low
tide at WM p.m.
AN At onu
A Stole* Mo* it 1, x.?Alwut 8:30 o'clock
leal in, lit car So. b of tin- Auecoatia line pot off
tbe tr?. k n< ar DougUss bail, and while tbe
driver. hobert 11.Us. **? getting it ou the raila
Hf.Hin a t.iif dozen in grot* (tatbrrrd around
aud lunde oil with bia money Ih.x. containing
%iO. Tbt thieves have Dot yet been appre
b< tided. Mt. Mill* ia au extrs driver.
A Uin?n Dumm**.?Mr. frank Wabler,
a dairyman wiio lives aoutb ot town, aaa driv
ing through he village yesterday atfc moon ia
a craty-drunk condition aud. li?c< uiin^ pro*
fanely abusite. was arrested by C?:l>oer L. B
Anderson. Voider rmiotad the obiter aud
finally assault >d him by ter.ring eff bia bad*.
Hi* team wa? turned over to his brut her aud
this morning Mr. W alder. who ia not a bad fei
low when sotier, left |1U ? oilaleraJ aud de
parted.
S?TH. ? kv iro?ti? lode , K. Of P.. initiated
Messrs. ttl. el* r, Adnnie. ii< valia and fbidwull,
aii ot into tin pa*< degree of lha
ordt r Ih?: uikIiL 1 b* re wa?a icood atu ndanco*
tb. kdff now having h m. ml*r?lnp of ttltjr.
Mr. 1'. h. Leob baa returued from a visit to
relativea iu w Ht<rn Mar\lat.d. lltiriug bl*
vrtflt bl? wife's hi. tiier was drowued tUere.
Sir. K. b. Pitcher o louawanda. N.V.. Is *|?-?i?l
iug a f w day* with hi* pare.,t*. t apt. aud Mr*.
U. L PlV.ber, aud otb< r relatives here.
Notes From lioyda, Md.
It'll*. Mi>.. September 30.
Mr. Orra Hobba of tbe liiiltimore and obio
tr^in dispatclier'a othre ia speudiug a month at
iioyds tor the beuetit of bis health.
A lar?e part of tbe good* takcu from tbe atora
of Jta. Uauley at tbla place Were fouud IU a
baru close to the bouse of oue of tbe men ar
rested on suspicion. More arrcats are ex
pected.
ilowe Tot ten left here tbla week to meet bil
fatboi, CoL huocii lotteu. iu New 1 ork. the
latter beiuj; i Kpected home froiu Europe soon,
Howe will go from N< w York to begin bil
course of study at Harvard uum rsitv. J.W.W.
A UKK.VUKIL COMPACT.
Three Ileuutlful School (llrln Kxecute aa
Agrrcmout to < oiiiniii buii ide.
Tbe myaterioua suicide of three beautiful
young ladies, achooluiau a within a few montba
Ot each other, has caused a great s< nswtion in
Coucord. N. H.. the last of their number, Mia*
Delia C. Vialaer of Langdou, N.H.. bavin*
made many friends and admirers in that placa.
Miss Sk.um r of Iteene, N.H.. and Misa Walker
of hpriu.%Ueld, Vt, were the other auiciUes. and
the three girls bad beeu scbooltuatea at vhe
Vermont academy.
1 bat three bright and beautiful girls should
hare euded their evideutly cloudless lives doe*
not, strange as it is, uicite so much remark as
doe* tbe fact that they ahould ail have chosen
precisely the same method to put their awful
resolution into eff. ot. This has led many to
wonder whether Home strsnge compact be
tween tbe girnsb frit nda a compact aa sacred
as it w*s myaterious?may not have led on*
and lb< n the others to take their live*.
beveral vear- mi(o the young ladies becaOM
close friends. 'J ney were about of au age,
equally beautiful and gifted, and ail had
Wealthy parents aud luxurious homes. Last
winter heene was thrown into a lever of
excitement by the iludlug of Mias ?siuner'a
dt ad body in a stream near that cijy. In
vesiigation showed that she hud committed
suicide, though uo cauac for the act wa* dio
covered.
A short time afterward Misa Walker of Spring
field, took her own life in a similar mauner,
and, as in the caae of Misa skinner, no satisfac
tory explanation for her doing so has come to
light. To complete the tragic story, Misa Delia
C. Walker of Lsugdou was fouud drowued at
the falls in that tu?u on Saturday last.
Tbe previoua evening at about V o'clock Misa
Walker accompanied a young lady friend to tb*
lavt. r'a home, a abort instance trom her own.
Shi was uot again seen a.ive, so far as is knows.
Her failure to return i.armed her father, aud<
iu rompuuy with a neighbor, search was insti
tute il.resu . i ng in tbe uiseovery of her body next
morning. The place where it was found is a
Wild, rocky gorge a short dlstauce trom Dang
don Center aud about one-fourth of a mil*
from Mr. Walker's house. The approach to ih*
fall- from eithi r aide is extri mely dung rous. It
i~ thought that aiie must have approached tb*
fan ? by tbe channel of the brook aud made the
fatal plunge from the rocks at that poiut.
Mias Walker was formerly s student of Smith
college, at Northampton. 'Mass.. nud for th*
past two years she bad attended tbe art mw
scuui at Boston, whtre she had intended to
ooutinue her studies neat uionui. Miss Vt inker *
suicide l* as mysterious as the others. She had
been greatly ahock< d by the death of h*r
former schoolmates, but she had apparently
recovered from the etteci* of those trsgedieii
aud displayed uo symptoms ol despouovoey.
Her friends think thai she must have brooded
secretly over htr friends' fates and determined
to imitate their awful example.
Di'DKS WHO WEAR UUACELETI,
Bougies Docked with Key*-Thelrt?we>>
hearts Meep the key*.
Prom the Saw York Bun
Th* toilet of the really elegant young maa
is not complete uow without one rather heavy
gold or silver bangle worn on the left arm and
usually concealed beneath tbe cuff, though oc
casionally au ?sthetic apostle of the beautiful
in masculine garb mav be *een with tbe brace
let gleamiug in full view on his delicate, bloe
v*med wrist. A touching spectacle greeted the
occupant* of * Broadway car on one of th* ro
o*nt hot days when people had scaro*ly *treugth
enough to bear up under it* devitalising off acta.
A stoat, middle-aged country woman entered
Ih* oar iu a comfortable and capacious sat a en
gown, brilliant in coloring and atarUiag ia de
sign. and clo**ly following her was a fragile,
willowy. Elaine-lik* individual, creeled in tbe
?ahlsnoe of a Ban and dreaaed in a <
as correct as an axiom and as elegant as it <
faulUeaa. Tbare were no winged insects flut
tering ia hia vicinity. Ihey formed a hollow
square about him at a respectful distance aad
knelt down and soitly prayed His clothing waa
of the most delicate paie gray serge, his huso aa
iasmacolate as aa aageVe vesture, his tie so
fraught with tenderness that it brought teara
to one's eyaa, and oa the left wrist, above
acaidat the delicate, helpless hand ee white aad
weak like a sick bsbr'a, there glittered a heavy
wire of gold. c*pp-d at either ead with a small
gold ball. Th* stout motherly woaaaa had
thot^ht'1Uaa'iU, aad drew her voluaaiaoea
skirts close about her to aiake roow for i
he a**>ad, bat he shook hia head in a weery way
aad haag op oa a a trap where every woaaaa
could see the bracelet, aad looked like a wilted
lily oa a brokea atom.
k anther vary dmliah iadividael about teara
wears a heavy ailver braid ia fall view betov
hia aaC. Tka latsat caprice of loveta ia to have
hia oaM. Ike latsat caprice of lovers is to havs
oae's beet gul lock abangie aa hia wrial aad
haep^m hoy whors s woaun always hjdes her

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