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THE SATURDAY STAR.
Special Article* of Unusual Interest to
be Published Tomorrow.
Tn* Eiuiro 8iii will be imed tomorrow,
ss usual on Bator days, in twelve-page
form, the added pages affording ipsce
tor mark interesting reading matter,
besides the newa of the day, which Th*
9tak. with ita ample facilities, is enabled to
cover with a completeness almost nnequaled
in the field of evening journalism. While a
perfect newspap^ is produced each day, main
mining Th* Sta* in its high position, not only
as the representative paper of the national
cat ital, but as one of the leading evening
pa pen of the world, an especial character is
given to the Saturday issues by the aim of
psper to provide on that day an array
?tf special articles, instructive, entertaining and
?f current interest With the steady progress
?f psper these Saturday numbers have con
stantly improved in point of the extent, quality
and variety of the matter prepared especially
for them. Many features are now in prepara
* tton which will add to the attractiveness of
future issues. Tomorrow's Stab will be one of
anusual interest Among ita many attractions
the following may be announced:
r
The Catholio
University.
The Royal C?
vas-Back.
Tbe new bnilding and
the plans of the institu
tion (illustrated;.
John Chamberlln dis
courses of tbe gourmet's
feathered idol.
I Brudder Bones Some cnrlons thins*
land Old Tambo. about the way a minstrel
? ' show is run.
j Out with Hound
and Gun.
_?
Illusions of the "
Stage.
? *
I Wheeling Over a
Glacier.
?_ ?
;??
Points for squirrel
hunters and rabbit
shooters (illustrated).
How sight and hearing
may be cheated.
The adventures of
Washington bicyclists
on the Alps.
Marriage and I Domestic felicity and
Divorce. J gggg to
!*Tom "The Star"
L Boy
A bright story by Olive
Risley Seward of a Wash
ington boy's achieve
ments in tbe west.
?_
Attractive ' The pleasures and
Home! | tiUU* P*U,t"
I Mankind's Poor
Relations.
The professor of An
atomy talks about the
frog and the monkey.
, , The wonderful wealth
Tonkin?'* \|ln. I of ? miaprovern.-d land
. S? ? I,n ] described by Th* Star's
eral Treasures, j representative iu the
With a Long
Pole.
L
Boys in Old
Times.
eut
How p*r*immon cul
ture is promoted by tne
agricultural bureau.
A venerable citizen's
recollection* of raids on
fruit orchards.
? ? Notes and gossip about
| Social Matters. | notable people of Waah
? ? ington.
Washington Real*
Kstate.
Matters of interest
concerning the un
, pruvement of the eity.
.? e Suggestions that a
I Home Matters. 1 practical housewife may
? ? turn to account.
Transfers of Real Kstate.
Deeds in fee have been filed as follows:
Meyer Loeb to H. C. Borden, subs. 70 and 71,
sq. 720; $?. W. Mayse to same, sub. 50, sq.
"W: ??? B. H. Warner to Eliza Xorris. lot 5tf,
Garfield: $100. Same to Nancy Park, lots 57
and 58. do.; $200. T. A. Harding to A. Cow
?U1. sub. 34. sq. ?58. *850. B. E. Bradley to W.
Mayse, lot 11. sq. W64; C. E. Banes to
Chas. Sickles, lot 124. Long Meadows; *?.
W. H. Walker to H. Manley. lot 8, blk 3. South
Brookland; #1,000. H. M.inley to W. H.
Walker, pt 27, Brookland; tl.OUO.
A Proposed Grand Commandrry.
A movement is on foot to establish a Grand
commandery of Knights Templar in this city.
It is said that the members of the four com
manderles here are in favor of taking this step.
It has been nnder consideration for some time,
but no definite action has been taken owing to
the expense. It is nrged. however, that a
Grand commandery would not involve as large
an expenditure as is required to pay the ex
penses of delegates from the four command
cries to the Grand encampment
Real Estate Matters.
Mary Pike has bought for $6,500 of H. A. Gill,
subs 32 and 33. sq. 774?41 11 by 90 feet, on ths
corner of 4th and L streets northwest
Tom Bernhardt has bought for #5.000 of W
A. Kim me 11. sub 42. sq. 618?823 square rest",
fronting 18 feet on New York avenue between
North Capitol and 1st street northwest
Two frame houses, Nos. 822 and 824 6th
street northwest, was sold yesterday by James
*. Johnston, trustee, for the Dayton heirs and
fl/ D*Jlon' wldow- to John W. Schaefer,
vl.410.
Marriage Licenses.
Marriage licenses hsve been issued by the
clerk of the court to Edwin V. Conner and
Annie W. Shoemaker, Joseph Johnson and Mary
Lemons. Wm. Turner and Martha E. Taylor of
Baltimore, Taylor Crutchfield of Fredericks
burg. Va.. and Annie Willis. James C. Cooksev
and Emma G. Franks, Wm. Campbell and Alic'e
W llliams. Anthony Jackson and Margaret Jor
don; C. J. Havener and Fannie D. Johnson
Jerry Tyler and Sarah Hall of Bockville, Md.
Tennis Gaines Postponed.
?win* to the inability of Mr. Post of Balti
more to come over to the city today the tennis
games arranged to be played today between
four players of this city and four from Balti
more will be postponed until Monday.
Tbe Women's Synodlcal Committee.
A number of Washington ladies attended yes
terday in Baltimore the third annual meeting
of the women's svnodical committee on home
missions of the synod of Baltimore. At the
business meeting the officers were re-elected.
The sum of 41.000 to pay on the addition to the
boys school at Sitka was apportioned between
the three presbyteries?Baltimore, Newcastle
and Washington city, which were each repre
seated in the meeting. At the afternoon meet
ing Miss Sunderland, secretary, read s report
of the work for the year. The money received
amounted to #5. *25.78. and boxes were sent
valued at *3.425.76.
?,l|t Mimu of the Clerks' sssooiation is
expected to attend the concert tonight at Wil
lard s hall. ?
Duioitib Csowns are daily securing great
bargains in jewelry at J. kana's sale. ?
It is understood that the entire plant of the
?wtete company at Boston has been
10 ^ u Thomson- Boon ton company on a
*** consideration being about
wi,# ?nd her from
i ? n * drunken railroad brakeman
who had followed them from the depot to
their home in Greene a* tie, N. J., Thomas M
ieeley, a commission merchant was stabbed!
the knife penetrating one lung and a
dangerous wound. -
Ida May Wikos, the Minneapolis hsiress.
who. while traveling in Europe last spring
sloped with s Dr. Sellens of London at Moute
Carlo, has b*en married to Hsnrv L Milens
an English millionaire of Genoa, Italy.
Mrs. Harriet Hubbard Ayer, who was
knocked down by a cab while walking on the
Bos Galiioe in Paris, is improving.
John L. Sullivan has reconsidered his de
termination to abandon the ring and now
wants to fight anybody with gloves, Marquis
of Qusrnsbnry rulea, Jem Smith preferred.
Three cases of smallpox, the first in Boston
for ovsr a year, were reported yssterday to ths
hoard of health.
jtrastos Wiman subscribss ?100 toward ths
Owsley status. Total subscriptions amount to
SOCIAL MATTERS.
The New Member* of tbe Diplomatic
Corp#?Personal Note* of Interest.
Mr. S. Tsukahara of th* imperial government
of Japan and Mr. R. Ba Ba, naval attache of
the Japanese legation in this city, are the Jap
anese delegates to the International marine
conference now being held in this city. They
are guests of the Japanese legation and Minis
ter Mutsu. The minister Is greatly improved in
health since his return to the city from Dela
ware Water Gap. Mr. Herokichi Mntsn, the
minister'* only son, who spent ths summer with
the family at Mount Pleasant and also visited
the Oap with them, sailed from New York city
recently to continue his studies at Cambridge,
England, where he is at college. Miss Saya
Mutsu, daughter of the minister, is at school in
the city.
The new Chinese minister, #lth one of his
new attaches, who speaks English very well,
were making calls upon the delegates of the
international marine conference yesterday af
ternoon. The minister's name, as engraved
upon his visiting card, is Mr. Tsui Kwo Yin.
The caids were turned down at the upper
right hand corner, which, in the language of
diplomatic corps makes the first calls upon all
the resident ministers, as do the new ac
cessories to the United States Senate make the
nrst calls upon their seniors in office. The
latest ministerial arrivals at th? capital havemade
impressions the most agreeable upon their im
mediate diplomatic associates, who frequently
congratulate each other upon the valuable ad
ditions that have been made to their circle.
Mrs. W indom and the Misses Windom con
template spending a fortnight longer in New
York city before taking up the serious duties
and responsibilities of housekeeping for the
season.
Mrs. Noble and the Misses Halstead find the
work of establishing their household affairs
will occupy a much longer period than they at
flr?t anticipated and now realize that they
will not be able to see their friends with their
house in the high state of order they require
before the Utter part of November. There are
workmen in the rooms and the unpacking of
innumerable boxes and trunks is going gaily
forward. Mrs. Noble has been for some years
past one of the most prominent of elegant en
tertainers in the leading social otrcles of St.
Louis society.
Mrs. Willard Warner has been again called
to the bedside of her sick friend in Savannah,
Ga., where she has been for the past fortnight
Mrs. yumer is expected to return to the city on
Monday, the 21st instant.
Miss Emily Barbarin and Mr. Fred. O. W.
Moffatt were married last evening at 7:30 o'clock
in St. John's church. Georgetown, Kev. Dr.
IteKiHter, rector, agisted by Rev. Dr. Harding
or fct. 1 aul s church, Washington, performing
the service. Mr. R W. Kerr acted as best
man to the groom. The chancel was decked
with plants and flowers, and a number of the
men da of the happy pair were present The
bride was given in marriage by her father,
ana after the cernnony a reception was held
at the residence of the bride's parents.
Miss Mary C. Daly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Daly, and Mr. Wm. M. Becker of this city
were married yesterday at the Church of the
Immaculate Conception. The groom's brother.
Kev. iather Becker, assisted by tbe Rev. 8. F.
Kvan. performed the ceremony. The Messrs.
Becker. Mr. Joseph Daly and Mr. Chas. Down
ing, with Marechal Neil roses in their coats,
acted as ushers. seated the guests in the church
and preceded the bride and groom to the altar.
The bride was attired in a traveling dress of
sycamore brown cloth, wore a turban of brown
velvet and carried ? bouquet of Marechal Neil
rose* Mr. and Mrs. Becker left the city imme
diately after the service for a tour northward.
"u the'r return to the city they will reside at
No. 2106 Vermont avenue. A large party of
friends, including guests from Baltimore and
this city, were present in the church to witnea
the ceremony.
Miss Lizzie Hadley of Kennet Square, Pa., is
visiting Miss Lulie M. Robison. 1520 U street
St Paul s Episcopal church, Alexandria, was
the scene of a very pretty wedding on Wednes
. contacting parties being Miss
Melhe Acton, daughter of R. C. Acton, esq., of
Alexandria, and Mr. Edward A. Greenough,
civil engineer, of this city. The bride's little
sister, Miss Alice, was maid of honor. The
groom waa attended by Dr. Henry B. Deale of
this city. I he ushers were Messrs. R. E
Acton, Frank English and Frank Carlin of
Alexandria, and Messrs. Howell Barth, Doug
lass Mackal and John Johns, jr., of Washington.
After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was
??rved at the home of tbe bride s parents. Mr
and Mrs. Greenough will reside for the winter
in Alexandria, after which they will occupy
their house now in course of erection at Falls
Church, >a.
Mile. Lucie 8tainbron Klotz has returned
from her trip abroad.
Mr. J. K. Hall of Colorado is the guest of his
son, Dr. A. J. Hall, 421 H street northwest.
Mrs. Col. J. W. Baker of Nashville, Tenn.,
who has been spending some time in Washing
ton. lias returned to Nashville for a while, but
will return to Washington for the winter.
FKOM KOCKY ILLE.
Business, Political and Social Doings?
An Afflicted Family.
Rocxviixi, Oct 17.
An important meeting of Montgomery county
grange will be held at Barnesville on the 31st,
when important business connected with the
Washington grange agency will be transacted.
A large attendance is expected.
Mr. M. Wilson Offutt of Bethesda, this
county, and Miss Dixie E. Winsone of Lexing
ton, Mo., were married in that city on Wednes
day, 16th instant A dinner was given the
bridal party at the residence of the bride's
father.
Mr. Horace Soper, lately business manager of
the Maryland agricultural college, is danger
ously ill.
Mr. W. R. Pumphrey, this town, hw been
awarded the contract for the erection of a
dwelling at the Rockville cemetery for the
keeper of the grounds.
Much complaint is made by farmers of the
non-arrival of fertilizers ordered for their fail
crops.
The republicans of this county will open their
campaigu next Tuesday with a mass meeting at
the town hall, this place, which will be ad
dressed by Hon. Louis E. McComas, Hon. Geo
L. W ellington, republican candidate for state
controller, and other speakers,
r- ^Ictlol*on has purchased from Jas
? Williams a store house and lot near the court
house for *1.600.
Mr. Richard T. Ray has resigned the office of
register in W heaton district and will take his
seat as one of the Judges of the orphans court
next Tuesday. He was appointed to the latter
lace by the governor to fill the vacancv caused
y the death of Judge Stephen M. Lyddane
Letttrs of administration on the estate of the
late Wm. 8. Harrison have been granted by the
orphans court to Michael W. Beveridge of
Washington. Mr. W. H. Rabbitt, living near
this place, captured in the Potomac a black base
weighing over Ave pounds. Bass fishing is said
to be good at present.
T Dur3Sf,th.? Present week the family of Mr.
Isaac O Neal, a deputy in the circuit court for
this county, has been severely afflicted. On
Monday Martha, aged twenty-eight years, died
in Georgetown of typhoid fever, after a visit to
her home in this county to nurse her two sis
ters. who were suffering from the same disease
Anne aged twenty-four, and Irene, aged twenty!
h??,, A 0n ,We1_dne"dH-T ???l>t near tbe same
??"r- One of the young ladies had partly re
,k,Ut " ,he '?*rned of her sister's
?" ?-??a
Kj.?tlard Poole has sold his farm of 230
acres, adjoinitg Poolesville. to Robert Moffett
of Frederick county for #8,000.
?u 1>ool.e ?f Poolesville has purchased of
the heirs of the late W. D. Poole the home
SSL? 2*1 pUca tor ?*000. Vernon
Hemps tone of the same place has bought a
bouse and lot from J. H Poole for $800.
. 8. A.M.
^ The Gas of the Future.
?k w 1^0m" Lawdcn. superintendent of
J* w"W*on gaslight company, read a paper
before the American gaslight association in
Baltimore yesterday on "The Advantages of
Supplying a Mixture of Coal and Water Gas."
He said: "In this day of electricitv *?
compelled to give a mnch higher candle
power than before its introduction. I believe
it would be much better if we coold not fur
""?k* candle power tK.n sixteen
candles. The most satisfactory gas in the
future, in my opinion, will be siity per cent of
ooal gas and forty per cent water g*T"
rliiM'llI *in'1 Newark agent of th*
United States express company, h**5ia*nr*ered
in a mysterious manner alter
of faithful service/^ ** *w*?ty-?ve years
The funeral of Congressman Newton v w.l
tong took place yseterday at Osw*m?
eon* fraternity, the tw.nty-niltf wd thiml
?d- Grand Amy
E* bZZ *** *Ttbs KiV
Canada has decided to sabeidise a line of
thT^'toSS*** ****** * 11 JokM
PROUD OF ARIZONA.
Secretary Murphy Bouta of Her R?
?<m*ee?-Tl?e Political Situation.
Hon. N. 0. Murphy, secretary of Arizona, is
in the city. In speaking with a Stab reporter
of kffaire in hie territory Mr. Mnrphy Mid:
"The outlook for proeperity in Arizona hu
never been brighter. The oatpat of preoiooe
metals will be larger thie year than ever be
fore, and according to the aaaessment rolls the
property of the territory has increased some
thing over ?2,000,000 during the last twelve
months. The principal agricultural valleys are
attracting wide-spread attention, not only for
the variety but quantity of their products.
The frnit season In the southern valleys of
Arizona is earlier even than in southern Cali
fornia, and the quality of the fruit most excel
lent Apricots, peaches, pears, grapes, straw
berries. raspberries, blackberries, apples, Ac.,
grow in Abundance, and successful experiments l
Pr?!en orange culture will be profit
"Ter *he great valley
? ?e. t?,rrit?ry- *nd *? asserted, I think
truthfully, that this valley can be made to pro
duce more to the acre and a greater variety of
product than any like quantity of land in
America. When toe railroads now being pro
jected in Arizona are completed, bringing com
munities closer together commercially and
furnishing cheaper and better facilities for
traffic and interchange of commodities for
home consumption as well as export, then
Arizona will successfully compete with any
other commonwealth in the Union, and it will
n?t be long before these results will be accom
plished.
"How about the political situation?" the re
porter asked.
"It is somewhat disturbed at present. Both
parties are struggling for supremacy; a few
local dissensions have arisen over the distribu
tion of the offices incident to a change of ad
ministration; yet, after a little time I am
satisfied these matters will adjust themselves
and everything settle down harmoniously."
. "How about Arizona's chances for state
hood?"
"That is for Congress to say. The people of
Me territory are divided as to the method to
pursue in obtaining admission, although our
people will ask to be let into the Union at no
very distant day, I have no doubt, and when
parei^Ue,t ** grMIted we will be fully pre
JTo Meet at Niagara Falls Next Year.*
After a brief session this morning the con
vention of railroad telegrah managers finally
adjourned to meet one year hence at Niagara
Prince George's County News.
Correspondence of The Evamto Stab.
Bladxnsbcbo, October 18.
A democratic mass meeting was held at Belts
viile last night under the auspices of the county
central committee. The meeting was called to
order by Dr. Pox of the state central committee,
and Mr. Michael Smith was made presiding
officer. Addresses were delivered by Messrs.
Thos. C. Weeks of Baltimore, N. 0. Darnall,
h Mltnn'n? a.nd Fred Scasser, candidate
nnm.n ? . d?l?gates; Stephen Qambrill,
nominee for state senate, and Messrs. Brooke,
-tv. Si Thos. L Hill of the county.
I he old historic mansion, "Parthenon," at
Bladensburg. took fire in one of the lower
rooms yesterday afternoon, but prompt action
on the part of the neighbors saved the build
ing with only a slight injury.
John H. Kerby has been appointed post
signeX ViCe ^ Merkin, re
_ L. F?
A "Sparrow Day."
From the Cambria, Pa., Freeman.
A Luzerne county man wants the governor to
?et apart a "sparrow day," when a wholesale
onslaught will be made on the little peats.
Wanted by His Mother.
From Judge.
Tommy?"Come on ont'n' play, Johnny."
Johnny?"Can't."
Tommy?"Whatyer gotter stay home fer?"
Johnny?"The stove-lid is broke and ma
wants me to sit on the stove and keep the
smoke in. r
He Had Her There.
From the Nsw York Sun.
bhe wag late in motioning to the conductor
to stop the oar, and was therefore carried half
a square beyond the crossing.
"Sir. is this the way you attend to your busi
ness?" she demanded as she stood on the step.
"I stopped as soon as you motioned," he re
plied.
"But vou were gazing along the street. You
ought to be reported to the manager "
"Yes'm." "
"But I will let it go this time."
'I es m."
ture*" ' Ut be * warninK y?tt in the fu
"Yes'm."
. ' \ou didn't seem to be much afraid of be
lng reported, observed a passenger as the car
moved on.
. el!' no;" replied the conductor, as he
?u, y, c.h"ckled Jowu below his Adam s apple.
Blie s the manager's divorced wife, you know."
A Fortunate Man.
From the New York Sun.
"Yes," said the stranger, "I have made over
?2,000 this year by parachute descents."
"You are a balloonist, eh?"
"No; I am an undertaker." '
Down Where the Fires Rage.
From the Sad Francisco Argonaut.
Prof. Jones answers (in an English news
paper) the question raised as to whether the
tapping and drilling of the earth for oil that is
going on in America is dangerous or not?that
is to say, likely to let out the inernal fires of
the earth to play havoc with the surface far
and near. He compares the earth to a balloon
floated and kept distended by the gas in the in
terior, which, if exhausted, will cause the crust
to collapse, affect the motion of the earth in its
orbit, cause it to lose its place among the
heavenly bodies and fall in pieces. Another
writer thinks that drilling should be prohibited
by stringent laws. The scientist savs an im
mense cavity exists, and vhat here the gas is
stored; that a mile below the bottom of the
CV?Y a mass of roaring, seething flame
which is gradually eating into the rock floor of
the cavern and thinning it. Eventually the
flames will reach the gas and a terrific explosion
will ensue. The simile of the earth being like
a balloon is not very solid. Why not weigh the
earth and settle the question of soliditv? The
scientist can weigh the sun and moon; the
figures are long, but the result is worth the
A Butterfly Storm.
From the Canon (Nev.) Appeal.
Thursday something overlO,000.000 butterflies
invaded Carson and filled the town. About 10
o clock they were so plenty in places that they
frightened horses in the streets. They only
collected in the streets which had been wet
down by the watering cart and avoided the dry
spots. This led many to believe that they catno
in from the country to get water. They were
rather small and had almost black wiugs
trimmed with gold. They seemed all the same
variety. People in Empire noted the same
curious visitors. They seemed everywhere, aud
as thousands were on the ground waving their
black and yeUow wings they looked quite
picturesque.
Gone to Hunt Lions.
From the Baltimore Sua Today.
Mr. Royal Phelps Carroll, son of ex-Oov.
John Lee CaitoU, left New York yesterday on
the steamship City of New York en route to
Africa, where for several months he will hunt
lions and other wild animals in the jungles of
the tropical regions. He was accompanied by
Mr. Henry Carey, a nephew of Mr. John Jacob
Ah tor. At Zanzibar they will be joined by Mr.
Chanler, Mr. Carey's cousin. At London they
will provide themselves with guns and ammu
nition, aud after a short stop in Paris will pro
ceed to Zanzibar, which they will reach about
the 1st of January next, and will remain there
a few days before proceeding on their long and
perilous tourney toward Lake Victoria Nyanza,
passing through the Massai country, which is
said to abound not only ia warlike tribes, but
in elephants, rhinoceros and lions. The trip
will occupy about eight months, and the party
hopes to he back in flaw York some time next
summer.
By the departure of the manager of the
canning house at Lynoh's, Kent county, Md.,
without redeeming brass cheeks the laborers are
destitute.
Gen. Jos. B. Beth of Talbot oounty, Md., has
been appointed as the Maryland commissioner
to co-operate with one from Virginia in estab
lishing the oyster boundary at Hog Island.
John Alexander, Chas. C. Worth. Andrew
C^: ?d Henry Kane alias
Frenoh, with three stolen horses in their
poeaMsion, were arrested in Wilmington, DeL,
"Err! Meredith,aged eighteen, suicided
el her home near Petersburg, DeL, yesterday,
WANTED?HELP.
WASTED-OWLS FROM 1A TO 18 TKARS OF
d i'SL'" lMrs Tailoring. CONOVEB'S. eor.^4th
\R7 ANTED?A WHIT* OOOE WITH OOOD REF
YV tninoH, can go borne at night. Call at ?1'-'14 th
St. n.w. orlH-3**
W' ANTED?MEN AND WOMEN COOKS, *10
IV ftiO. Laundress, Maids. Nurses, Waiters, KiU
Hair, Drivers, Hoatlem, Farm and Dairy Mac for
city andcountnr. mrtfa ?"?>??
oel8-3t*
? TO
_itchen
? for thia
ocl8-3t*
VVANTED?A Boy Ol 16 OB 18 YEARS WHO
. 11 has had experience in aboa trade and can uiaka
himself generally useful; reference. D. F. ElSEM AN,
1116 7th at. u.w. It*
WANTED-3 FIB8T-CLAS8 LATROBE AND
. JJl Furnace Hand*. Call at 651 Pa. ave. a.e. M. Bl
FLVNN. ocl8-3t*
\vanted-a FIRST-CLASS WOMAN FOB GKN
v v eral Houae Work, must bare beat of references,
| none otbera need api>ly. 712 7th at. n.w. It*
WANTED-A MIDDLE-AGED WHITE WOMAN
to Cook and Do General House Work. three In
I family. Address X.. Glendale, Md. ocl8-3t*
WANTED-A GERMAN GIRL FOB GENERAL
II Housework in ? amall family. Call 2'JO New
Jersey ava n.w. ocl8-3t*
WANTED-A PIANO PLATES AT 1309 D ST.
n.w. It*
\VT ANTED? \ REFINED GENTLEM AN TO FILL
Iv a remunerative poaition in oar house; one
anxious for ateady employment and irood referencea
need only apply. Call Saturday after 9:30 a.m.. 424
6tb at. n.w. It*
WANTED?A PLUMBER APPLY TO J. W. H AIS
LlP._Voigt Restaurant. 809 7th at. u.w. It*
WANTED-A NO 1 OUOK. WASHER AND IRON KB
for Family of Three. Call from 9 to 1 o'clock
1603 Connecticut are. It
XHJ AXTT.Tl-A. MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS RE- j
II pairing Second-hand Stores and Furniture. Ap
ply 1143 7th at n.w. It*
%K7 ANTED?YOUNG MAN, CLERK IN REAL
II Estate Office; must write rood hand and bare
some experience. Address, with references, A.B.O.,
Star office. It
W~4NTED^TWO 0I^THRE?g60D TRIMMERS.
Carpenters. on Boundar> between 6th and 6th
eta. n.w. It*
t\U AN TED?A RESPECTABLE COLORED GIBL
ii for General Housework. must stay at nights aud
bring reference. Apply in store. 1109 F st. n.w. 17-'-"
WANTED-WHITE WOMAN TO COOK AND DO
light houae work in small family. Address G.H
X., Star office. ocl8-2t*
\j|7 ANTED-A WHITE WOMAN, TO COOK. WASH
II aud Iron for Family of Three Fersons. Must
hrve recommendations. Apply 10'-'2 11th at.
n.w. ocl8-3t*
WANTED - FIRST-CLASS COOKS, WAIST
Hands, Chambermaids, Butler*. Seamstresses.
Ladles' Maids. German and Swediah Women. Call at
once. (Bwve room; trunks stored.) BUUNHAM'S,
1110G st. n.w. oc 17-3t*_
u; ANTED?FIVE FURNITURE UPHOI.STER
, il era at once by JCLlC'8 LANSBUKGH. 13th and
| Fata. ocl7-3t
WANTED?FIRST-CLASS CHAMBER MAID8
and Scrubbers at the SHOREHAM, 15th and H
ate. ocl7-3t*
WANTED-FARM HAND; WHITE: MARRIED;
tenant house and liberal wages. J. M. MOROAN,
Osithersburir. Md. oc!7-3t*
V\' A>l 1>? A LAUt'8 MAID; O.vi*. W llO CAN
Iv aew and is capable in lllnese. also a Waitreas; ref
erencea required. Apply to 4 Lafayette square. ol7-2*
WANTED-TIN ROOFERS AND FURNACE
il Hands. Call at cor. 9th and Q sta. n.w. JOHN
PEPPER oc!7-2t*
VA'ANiED-A WHEELWRIGHT AN1) BLAC'K
Ti Smith ou liladensburg road uear Mt Olivet ceme
tery^ Call st HENRV C. WOLF'S. oc!7-3f
WANTED?Rt.LI ABLE WHITE BOY OB YOUNO
Man to be Generally Uaeful About House; an or
phan. oue who would like to become an artist, pre
ferred. S04 Eat. n.w., ACADEMY FINE ARTS,
j oc!7-3t*
WANTED-A RELIABLE AND RESPECTABLE
White Woman, German preferred, who thor
oughly understands Cookimr, Wlmhing and Ironing
and can bring cltv references, also a neat, reliable
Chamber Maid (white) who la a good laundress, city
references first class. Call between 10 and 12 Iriday
and Saturday at 1907 F at. n.w. ocl7-2t*
WANTED - DUNDORE'S EMPLOYMENT Bu
reau. conducted by ladies, Men and Women,
white andoolored. for all kinds of douieetlc labor, city
< and states; with referencea. Removed to 709 L si. n. w.
ae20-24t*
WANTED?FOR POSITIONS OF ALL KINDS.
Servants. Cook a, Waiters, Nurses, Maids and
Drivers; also all In want of First-class Servants THE
new National employment office, 617
12th n.w. Satisfaction guaranteed. ocli-3t*
WANTED-AT 1216 L ST. N.W'., ANEA1 GIBL
to Cook, Waah and Iron, for small family; must
Stay at night, and be well recommended. ocl7-2t*
WANTED?TWO ^OOD SHOVELERS AT >1.60
per day. Apply immediately at 17th st. wharf.
I JOHN B. LORD. ocl6-3t*
WANTED?A GOOD GERMAN GIRL TO < OOK.
Apply at 418 I st. n.w. ocl6-3t*
ANTED?COMPETENT WOMAN FOB "GEN
eral Work, to stay nights, in suiali family. Bring
recommendations. Good wagea, 1006 26th St. u.w.
oc!6-3t*
W AN ,KD?IMMEDIATELY ? A MMUtu OF
it Young ladles to do Writing; $3.50 per week, with
cliance ol earning better pay. Address Box 166. star
office. oclt>-3t*
W anted-a whiTe woman as COOK and
iv Laundress for sis all family. Apply, with refer
ences, at 1402 M st. n.w. oc-16-3t*
\A-ANTED-A SETTLED COLORED WOMAN TO
ii go to an Army Post to Nurse a Child one year old.
Apply 2021 O St. ocl6-3t*
WANTED?600 MALES AND FEMALES; COOKS,
Waiters, Chamber Maids, Butlers, Nurses.
Ladiee' Mania, Seamstresses. Drivers, Office Boys,
Ac. German and Dwodish Women. BURN IIA M S,
1110 Gat. n.w. ocl5-.r>t*
\*TANTED-LADY AGENTS; ALSO MEN. TWO
II immense new specialtiea. Oue lady made #27
before dinner, another #16 first hour. Address LIT
TLE A CO.. Box 443. Chicago, 111. ocl2-6t*
WANTED - MALB AND FEMALE COOKS,
il Waiters, Servants and Clerks; also Coachmen to
fill 1 ositlous. Call at once at sANSUURV'S Employ
ment Agency, 1419 G st. n.w , Basement. ocl2-lui*
W AN TED-HELP-HOUSE W OMEN, CHAMBER
M maids. Boya, Girls and Sober Men tor all busi
ness. Applications prepared lor Government posi
tions. CiiY INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. 711 G n.w.
ocl2-6t*
WANTED-/ OR THE UNITED STATES MARINE
Corps. Boys to learn music, via; Drummers and
Trumpeters Must be trotn 14 to 16 years ol age. 4
leet 10 inches In neigut. well developed, and of good
moral character. Pay per month 413, food, clothing
and medical attendance furnished. Apply st Marine
Barracks. Washington, D.C. oc 1 l-2w
WANTED?CXX)D INSTALLMENT CANVASSER
lor new line of albums, pictures, toilet seta,
clocks, Ac.; salary and commis.iou to hard workers;
experience not necessary; must have references Room
8, 1010 F st oclt-'-'w
WANTED-LEARNERS FOR PlvOF CHRIS 1
.NEB'S New International Tailor S)steui, with
any luch-ruJe or tat e measure alone, sa all scientific
tailors cut. Patterns and Materials cut and instruc
tion inveii by Unit. S. J. ME&SER, 908 L St. u.w.
oc'ilm*
W anted?by The martyn business col
11 legs iLwi'loyuieut Bureau) Pupils to kilter, Grad
uate and* ill Positions at (iood salaries. Circulars
obtained at College Building. 313 6th at. n.w., city.
ocl-3m
WANTED - CiOOD MKN EVERYWHERE FOR
secret service work at $5 per day; send 4c. lu
IHjtttatrb for terms. Mohawk Detective Bureau Head
quarters, Wichita, Kansas. ;w*
WANTED?KOOAliS.
WANTED-BY NEAT, QUIET COUPLE, TWO
Uulurnished Rooms, with Heat, Gas and Hath, for
light hoUs> keeping, lu famil) of adults. Best oi reler
encew. Address L I, I. , ->ti>r office. It*
AN kv-O? ->o? . Jior-I. 1, i no U.\t taM9in.l>
II Rooms, wiili Board lor gi titlemau aud wife. Give
location and term*. References given if required.
Address A.V., Star office. It*
WANTED-A NICELY FURNISHED ROOM FOR
occasional use, where the i>eople are not lnqul?i
| tive. Addr as A.B.D.. Star office. ocl8-3t*
AN 1 ..D Bl l likWl-t.LABSCATEUi.lt ALAliUE
Dining Room and Kitchcii with boarders in the
I h^use. Address, at present location of 1119 I at n.w ,
| J. W.8. or A.8. oc!8-2t*
WAN 1 ED -BY NOVEMBER 1ST. THREE OR
vv four turmshed or partially furnished rooms ou
first or second llo<ir for light housekeeping; convenient
to Interior department, three in tainily. Address,
stating location Aud price. COMMON W EALTH, star
office. ocI8-2t*
\KTANTED?SINGLE GENTLEMAN DESIRES AT
II tractive South i runt Suite of J' uruished Rooms
between 14tli and 21st sta.. no latrobes. Address
| Box 147. Star office. ool8-3t*
W ANTED - A GOOD-SIZED SECOND-STORY
II Room, well heated and lighted, containing closet
and furulshed as lienor and bcdr.iom: between lltli
and 16th. G aud M sti*. u w. . leierences ex< liang.-.l.
Address, stating terms, B?x 160, star office. ocl8-2t*
WANTF.D-FUB-ISHED, 3 ADl'LTS. TWO BI D
Rooms, Varlor and Kitcheu or Muall House, about
' 1(40 monthly; good tenant. Address A.B.I., Star
1 office. It*
WANTED-FOUR OR FIVE UNFURNISHED
Rooms in northwest for housekeeping; dst pre
| ferred. Address M LL.. .^tsr office. oclS-3t*
WANTED-BY A COUPLE WITH ONE CHILD,
II 1 hree or Four Unfurnished Rooms suitable for
light housestepiug. near Pension office pre 1 erred.
Address, staling price with heal and gas, N. HAM(li>,
15 4th st. n.e. oc!7-3t*
\V ANTED - TWO OR THREE UNFURNISHED
11 Rooms f >r l.ight Hou# keeping by Gent and
Wife bet. 9tb and 15th and F and K at*. Address
ocl7-2t* _ W.h C., Star office.
WANTED?BY THRTe ADULTS. IS NoBIH'
west section of the city, 3 or 4 Furnshed Booms
on secoud floor for ligut bousekee. itig, Irom Novem
ber 15 to June 1. Address Box 14. Star offlce.oc!7-3*
AN TED?TWO OK 1 HREE UNF URNISHED
il Communicating Rooms In Private Family, by
twu ladies, mother and daughter. References ex
changed. Address EE., Star ?th'e ocl7-3t*
WANTED-BY A LADYAND TWO DAUGHTERS,
2 Furnished Rooms bet 13th. 21st, U and R sis.;
second floor; (30; privilege of caterer. Address Box
12, Star office. ocl7-2t*
oel7-2t*
Waited-November 1. three unfurI
nishsd Rooms, or Two Lufurnishud Hooms with
ri^entleman and Grown Daughter,
Mnst^ste prioe. Address EM., Star office. oc!7-3t*
W^STfEP-^KCOMD FLOOR jPROST ROOM
I ^?"xl'.conv,nient to cars; in private family in'
MH*' P*1 m?ntiL Address
wwem. ocl7-3t*
THRU ADULTS. OS
Addreas~R. V H.
lm
WANTED?LOTS.
? TWO SRALLQW, ECONOMICAL
t. not to cost over
tar office. it*
'Lot
i
'BUT?OOOD SBCOSD-E
WANTED?SITUATIONS
Wag'LELiV.'TOf'-VT" ??"??
W?XK.->E. -*cA1pfS^fKUSffiffi
bast of reference. Call at 1 BOO I st. or 18-v?t^'
UTASTKB^I A COLORED GIRL. A PLACE IX
M- ?? Cook and Do General Huum
Work, rood cttrntiuaiia. Call at 307 L at. n.w. 11*
W*NJED--Bt a lady of moderate edocT
^ 8\"n? K""1 1" Dry Goods or
Fancy Store- willing to learu and will try to pleas t
employer. Address B x 18, Star oAdE 1 t?
wAnted?oo to dicto agency for cooks.
Housemaids, Waitress, Norwes, Laundress, Coarh
jnen^Butlars^ Walter*. andjrenaS bou*ewwk. 613
Al? Karopeac Steamship Aeant. or 1 ?-;??
VVANTEIV-AT HEADUIARTERS-P08IT10N8
'or Chamber Mstd.W aitreaa. Ijiandreaa and
Jnraee. Seamstress. Mrn Waiter*. Pooka, Coachmen.
Butlers. 8AM'L A. COOMBE. tP.'B F atn.v. orl?4t?
W^S.TK.P~?Y?A RESPECTABLE WHITE BOY.
S"? Poeltion m Grocery and Proviaion Store: three
ltX.'T- uPru ? the Daaineaa j 10 reart oil Ad
re? Box 159, Star office. ocl8-2t*
WANTED-BY~A Yoi'NQ-COLORED MANTa
** Co**man in a Firet-clasa Private
n?S i?it * ??/??>.' n.one but *?Voimm familiaa
neeqappiy. I5i!j 10th ?t. n.w. {Ji
W ASTED?8ITCATi?N IK OFFICF. LAWYERMS
lHrrfe"rd .br youtur man^ ace -'4 salary not an
object; g-ood refs.Addreaa A t\T., Star office. oclM-i*
W ^JEDrBY T*? RESPECTABLE COLORED
pipl?*,V ?ne ?? Chamber maid and other a
"o? foreran rt! reference.. Ajply
Wl^Jv^U?^ ZSS?lTE ?IKL- A POSITION AS
ARD^.f.Q "'.t,,? ^""t^ Address L. HOW
\\ ANIKil?Bi A OKADI A1E OF FIVE YEARS'
t^i n^iir^tAr- beat "*''ren< e. a Position in He
^cls-f Addr?ae EXPERIENCE, hUrofflca.
Wo2?tSmTn i,8'T.UATI?^ ?* A COMPETENT
i ] 111 * Law, Insurance, Abatrart or any
dre? I S Star oft.?ee; 11 SSfrF
it?
W AuNhT,E^- SITUATIONS - TWO FIRHT-CL \SS
maid . SH"? family ; Cook and Chamber
Chan,Wm'n ork,; no washing: two Colored
. i 1 J.r ?nd General Workman a? Fire
man in hotel. DUNDORE ft CO.. 70ti L at n.w.
OCli-,tf
WMtS\3h,~iK ??ntLEMAN will do"writing
refp4m Al i,M,r<?n;V',r.2rLS.Ie,1'b'"r of Conrreaa; best
reference*. AddresaJ>ECREr.ARY, Star office ocl7-3t
\\TAXTED - SITUATIONS FOR COMPETENT
n T coachmen. Cooks, Driver*. Maids, Porter*.
Housekeepers, N urses, Cleras, Ar.; Families, Hotel*
^*5 5? 8tor6*- BLK^UAM S.Tnoa*t?n:i?:
\V ^on^Kni. ?OMPETENT WOMAN SITUV
* w.011 ?? N ura? or t*-aumtrr3?; prefers ewe of In
fant; also Girl at Chambermaid or naitreaa? l*wt city
referenre. Apply S10 Ihth st. n.w. icl? -ft "
Vtr ANTED?BY NEAT Yol NO COLORED WOMAN.
en,e."c.a"t l7?Kr.td? Hou?''0,-k
W^3??r,PYW A y?DNO COLORED woman;
nan J or Laundreas in a firai-claas family;
cm givet^ood refereucea. Call at 1128 loth at. n.w!
\\TAn^ED?SEWINO?FII'TKtN YETR8' EXPlT
Good B^tSnh'?8 un<1ifrwe!lJ and Children'a Clothes;
uood Buttonhole Worker aiid Sewin* Machine Oper
ator, understands a little dressmaking ? reierencea
Kiven. Address Bo? 15. staroftire "l7 -"f
\\ rviTwiI>^?V A FULLY tXPEKIENCtD MaN
hta hrnSH. .'ih kl' f capable and understands
&5S&533& nc*S.,uruub ssssr
VI 1 ED?SITUATION AS A F1HST-CI.A88
1104 "fitlitTw ; tr?od re,ereuc* riven. Call at
atn. w. oclti-:?f
W^N?E?"irBY A Y0l;N0 GIRL, A 8ITI ATION
d".C.Br5tfr"ffl,r;.,r^P^Ut' KWjdre,er^.'1l,t.-u-d'
W" Vi^>?Ep>T.?ii TW,? RESPECTABLE COLORED
? j P* ^O81tions in a l^iviitc Fannly m W?it?r?
wcie-at^110^ Addreas Mox ^KLKK, Star othoe *
VVANTED?BY A YOUTH OF EIGHTEEN WHO
r!XfUL^erStfaiJ(iH Bookkeeping SituatDii m Clerk or
Hth ,i(?ierence from laal employer. Addr-t-s Bo*
r office ocl?-3f
W VZ.KD ? SITUATIONS FOR COMPETENT
?* Coarhmen, Cooks, Drivers, Maids, Porters.
Houaekeei|ers,~Vurses. Clerks. Ladi. ?? ilaids,
HAirH1innn1'. R??tauracu and Stores. BfcltN
8, 11 lo G at. n w. oclo-6t*
oi anv iiauonaiiiy at finort
oFn^'jr/^w" ,h* djY
\V^X^D~.XOUNG LADY OF FINISHED MUSI
desire^PwiUou m Go^a^
jw;anted~houses.
W ^,1^5 EN OR E10117 ROOM HOUSE IN
a!' IJ"04! locatljn northwest. Not over 40.000
8Ute terms. Adilreaa 8EATON, Star office. 11"
WANTED TO Bl'l FROM OWNER FOR MY OWN
use a small houao with side yard northeast Will
C"lh (centa B?Td^?iiswer!
nuiut WANf Eli. Star office. ocls-at*
W ANTED?BY FISH At MILLER. 1213 F 8 . N W~
Oth I'l'i'.'i.6 purchaser. House bet. H and Q anci
^ . .^?F*' witii 8 to 10 rooms, mod. i m i >h to
cost from $i),5uu to $7,000. ocltj-(Jt
WAN3E.DrT(i BliY A HOUSE OF THE OWNER
oontainlnir 0 or 7 rooms; modern improvements;
auusted north of Penna. ave., convenient to Metro
politan or Washington and 5eortreto?n car*; slate
loratlon and lowest caah price. Addraaa HOME C,
Star office. ocl7-3f
\V ed?houses and lots to sell and
h! i^? to Rent. Prompt attention (riven to all
buainesa |ilaca>l In my hands. FRANK S1RONG
Claims and Keal Estate. 14 .'1 G*t. orl;Mit% '
\\' AaN i tl> ? hUt&Lb iu ht.N 1 I HA V to. 1
larxe demaiid for Well-located Houaea.'owuera
would do well to place them in my hand*.
Cartful attention and prompt return a
>626-1 m KEDFOKb W. WALKER, 1O06 F.
W ??TED~j HAVE FUEyUENT INgl UtlLS FOR
t, ' h "* 8iZed Houses iu Good Locali
?i fh.iV 5 bavin* au. ti lor reut or aule will tli.d it
to their advantage to place them in my bands per
sonal attention and prompt returns (ruarautecd. All
proi-erty placed in my hands liberally advertised ?1th
^n,|Co1'',';'fe. UHr"- K "? T LELPOLD, s w.cor.F
and 13th ats. n. w. *ey4 lm
W^f5P~TH.5 STRICT ATTENTION WHICH
hr^o^a^foT rentlUmn,ed- "d b"l6,t M
^nYu;ji?:h,ldoWJu^rer/rderrei^^;m^^rc,;,^.^
"SF? 10 10
1407 F at. n.w.
WANTED?BOARD.
W ANTED-m GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, BOARD
t>?ti tjet*eeI1 14tliand 2uth, the avenue and i'stw. ,\u
notice taken unle** teruia and full particulara are
given. Addres?M.K.U.. Star office. lt
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
W
curity. Address W.P., hUroSce _ Tl"-^
WAMED-ANY ONE WANT ISO AN ACCOrI
deon hkirt or Cape can huve it done at short
notice at SIMON'S Plaiting Eatahlishment, 7*J'J E
^"'"ore at., Baltimore, Md. office 005 Est. n w'
\\ AAAA.D?'JO SELL AT A oiti.Ai A
aU,.; !,W.?U11 1'UL',u- which tue purchaser m?y
*ei?ct at the company's sales rooms, either here or iu
Sa,lAd,1rfo'tT,d,n z- K- j?hn8o.n"
VV anted to bly a double-barreled
?" lireet h-loadmir Shot Gun. Address, atatimr low
est price. L, star office. "? j*
w anted - a Yorkshire terrier with
11 *blue ?lkan hair and lonir ears.
Will pay $7."^ Appjy at 1305 Wallacb Place. ol7-!it*
VV ANTED- A GENTLEMAN. HOLDING A GOoD
i'.n f,MJS1.<u"'' *itli i be.st reforencea, desires a loan of
^50 for shoit j>eriod. Undoubted security and iiljeral
interest. Address Box 144, Star office. ocl7-3t#
VVa>ted-ai.lto knowthatj. E.BKE\.N KR.
>* 040 Oat. n.w.. will make liauKes. Furnaces or
Latrobi>s; |>erfect satisiaction or nochaive Rooflmr
Spoutintf aud Job Work done with dispateii cur or
erary country. oci^JSw"
W ANTED-BY RXPERIENCED STENOGRi:
, .* pher and Tyi?ewriter. work day or evening bv
Job weak or month; steuoKrapher's dicUtiun anj lii
work a H|?ec-jaity. Box Q. j-.. Cap. Sta. oclG-Xl^
VV ANTED-A YOl NG LADT (UtAOOATS OP
?!jLn1wbei Siis!ltute l^e a Posit.uu in Kinder
irarten VSork, 1 rliuary leachiuif or as Viaitinir Uov
ern.-.s. rood reiareuce. Address Bo* 24, star office.
VV A.\ltl>-LVi.Kl ONE lO K.vOrt iHAT
?? DAN'L J MOFFATT,
- 414 4># st. s.w ,
la always ready for all kiudsof W ell Work. ocl2-lm*
YV ANTED-H. BAl'M PA Y8 THE HIGHEST CASH
" Pricea for Secoiid-hand Euriuture, Caritts an1
5iy7th"at. aUw're HoUM:1,ulJ" " Addr^i
\\T ANTED HOR8ES TO K?P KPKPiwn
i Horawi Winter and Summer a Specialty Ord?*r
box at PRICE'S Stables, 311 0th at n w fcrn.-?h
St. road, S miles lrom city. O. H. P CLAhK Sllin
Post Office, Md. ocH-liu
\Y ANTED - HORSES" WINTERED; BEST OF
eare; warm stablea and trenerous leediuit sati.
ry refereLiea lrom }a>t and present eitmrm - au
and <10 i>er month. *ddr??a SllNULM
Cabin John P.O.. Md. oc^'^m^'
W 4?*^^?HOUSEHOLD FURNITT'RE. OFFICE
f f Funnture, Store Fixtures, and Furnitureol every
WhNo^0^ l,^7r
W^i5^KEE??V^H0reRS^ATTJl
*rtl> fur parttcaJata to CrowniviUe. Md. aeVS lm^
WANTED?BEFORE LEAVING ON A TRIP TAKP
out an Accident I<ollcy in the United Stau5
mutual Accideut AaaocUUon; $o.OOO at death
l*r week indemnity; coats ?15 per year ? P
LEN.Ganl. A*V. U and IS Whe >bIS?. . 13th s^V
aau^aouoe ^uarwa^c a
W ANTED?EVERYBODY
*" Smoky Cuimneye v> kj
S^W?tohf.'i?'ain
141317th at. &.w.
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
POR REXT-COWMrNlCATING ROOMS WITH
Board; aerond and third Boor*. truuMnu imia
aiodal?L 510 I aba.w. uclK-Ui*
F|>R RENT?NICE1 Y friiMSHFD l*Ki?d AND
Board. id flnely-looatedhow. Mra. HFSEMANN,
I 801 4Ui st. ? a., corner L oi' 1 ??;?'
V?R REX I -2410 PENNSYLVANIA ATE. NW.
I X A rtuUruu of unlet blUU rmii bin Koob ?4
Board in a tnvM Family of Two Adulte ??? other
[ boarder*. oclS-3t*
FOR UXT-tll ?TB ST. U.K.?LA ROE FUH
nlshsd or Unfurniahod rv^ut Room. second ?(?*,
eultable for not and wife, with Board. ta private fain
?ly. paar two Unaa o< oara. irfrrrMw rrquired.olS-y?
l,',OHRr.NT-l.:tOR 4COMMFMCA I1NGRO MS.
JT ""J'.wofcity. 8401 15th ak eiteuded. Man
<11 an HU1. It*
FOR REST-TWO NF.AT1.Y FURNISHED RO? >MS
in a Private Family -IKi E at. n.w - oclS-?t*
FOR RENT?1461 RHODE ISLAND AVE. OOM
municatu ?r I ura^h.-.i Rooma. all tm>dera ?oi?i
ii*n >*a. in private family with do other roomera or
hnawlatB. aelUP _
ocl?-3f
F)k REST?713 S. CAP. ST., POR LIGHT
Housekeeping. Elegant Suit* of parlora, alao small
I Room. all ni L . beat, bath, he. ,(15. very convenient.
I ocis-at*
FOR RENT- U 39 1?TH 8T.NW., LA ROE NH'ELY
Funiuht d KooiiiH,m ub i?otk! "1 fttile lk?ard. ocl
l^OR RENT?NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
, I Hit udGaa; all ooll*emru,e?; good location.
41M K ?t n.w. i?1S ?1
| l/Glt KLM-1UU.I laiH St. S. W.. ti.uiA.NT
X Second-etory Rooms ?.th hrat-claaa board a. mod
I rrate rates No children takeu. oclS-St*
^H)R REST-TWO FINK SEWLYFt'KN1 >HFI>
, Corner Rooms, finest location lu nty, alao nrat
I claaa TaUe K?r.l t l',M i:ith ,t.. ,-or Ma??. a?., n w ?
A,OK KENT?ONE SMALL AND lilkil l.AKGE
. Furuiahed Rooms, are large enough for two gen
I tlemeu or for llgiit housekeeping ?>11 F ft. n.w.
oclS-Ht*
F)K REST?I LEAS ANT SUITES OF FCRNI8HED
Roouia. a.paratcly or together Price reaa.uabie.
oclS-:?r ISMUIhM u w.
PJR RENT ? UNFURNISHED ? ONE LAKOE
Second-etory Front Room. Alao Large Furnished
Attic Kooni. TOW Hat. n.w. oclS-3t*
1?OR RENT?THIRD-STORY FRONT ROOM,
with large lay wm.low. and com cimi.-Mitig Hall
Room. Bath on aauie floor. t?-0 lltth <i n.w. olS-3*
F)R REST - UNFURNISHED - OS SECOND
floor, Lar>re Coir?mun)eaiiug north and
aouth exposure; auitatue lor Us-nt h u?ekee| in*. Alao
Basement Rooma. Call at 32-C at. n.w. oclS-3f
|, OK RENT-IN 1'RiVaTE FAMILY. M.AI1 1>1 ?
1 pont circle, to deeirable coarle, a Large Front
Handaomel) Furmahed Alcove Room, wi t li One table.
All appointuienta of houae flrat-claaa. price for win
t-r months $110. permanent <1OO per uiouth. Nd
dreas Hoi 13s. star office. oc 1 7-'it*
kesi? ai" Tiy north cafiiol si..
J Three Tery handaome Rooms, ainrie or en auite, on
aecond floor, with flrat-claaa board, near the Capitol
and three linea of car*. ocl?-3t*
l>OK KENT -PaRIXIRS, I" N FURNISH ED. ALSO
r other R<s>ma on flrat and second floora, f urutahed
or unfurnlahed. U24 E at. n.w. ocl7-3t*
FOR REST?TO OESTLEMES OSLT-NEWLT
furniahed. aouth front, ae.. nd floor AU-oTe Koom;
heat,iraa. and bath; ote atiumre from Penna>Wauia
ava.; two from ti-at. herdica. 21311 at n.w. o< 17-3*
FOR RENT-FURNIsHED SOUTH FROS 1 HALI.
Room and wood Board for f.'a. Alao Table
boardera Wanted. Apply at 1331 at. n.w. ocl7-.it*
130R RENT-FURNISH D-THREE COMMUSI
catiuir Ko ma in new flat*, a team heaters 13 .'9
14th at. n.w. ocl7-3t*
UUK RENl-sHANDSOMELT FURNISH ED R'K> MS
r on third floor and Back Parlor: houae new. with all
modern GwBveniencua, location central. 71o lOtnat.
n.w. ocl 7-2t*
i>OR RENT?IN NEW CORNER HOUSE, SEoOND
Floor Suite of Three Roouia; eleyautly furuiahed.
open fireplacea. electric belie, ic.; two bath roouia.
appointments flrat-claaa In every reapect. 7 -? VOtU
at., corner H. ocl' -3t*
I l^OK RENT?201 O ST. K.W^3FURNIsHEl? ANI>
.T 3 Unforuiabed Rooms, with or without board. The
houae la new; only occui'ied three weeka, Ironla aouth
and euat and heated by at?Ani. OC17-31*
l>Oh RENT?TWO UNFURNISHED COMMINF
F <-.atiii(f Rooms for liKbthoUMskeepiiuf; tr?a bath
and heat, lttos ttth at. u. w. ocl7-St*
1?OR REST-TWO OR THREE UNFURNISHED
Serond-etory Rooma, with heat and tfaa. !M6 od
at. u w. ocl7-'-'t*
k. VH Rl.N 1?1.A1.UE lku.Nl UUuh; 1AULE
J board, home tare. (10 per mouth. 4-3 4lb at.
3.W. ocl7-3t*
1X>R REST-TO ONE OR TWO~GENTLEMEN A
Pl*a>ant Desirable Room: three windows, farlun
aouth. reasonable ratea. U3.>Lk1.u.w. ocl<-3t*
FOR RENT - NICELY Fl RNlbHED ROOMS,
with flrat-claaa table board. SI 1 O at. n.w.; cen
tral suitable for Senator or Member. Mra. J. W.
AMER. ocI7--.'t*
IXJR REST - BEAUTIFUL SECOND-FLOOR
Rooma in private tamily . furnished, laiiredouble
corner bouse, bay window, aouth and eaal front; open
Ifrulea, reterencee required. 1101 K at. u.w.o? 3-lHt?
R?R REST-LARGE PARLOR WITH HEAT AND
Fax. unfurnished :91a. Also front room on perior
floor. $ I 0, furuiahed, and upstairs rooma, furnished
or unfurnished; with or without board; care and her
dica 1 aaa door. 4-4 Maaa. ave. n.w. ocl7-3t*
i OR RES1?ELEGANT CHAMBERS ON FIRST
I lloor. sinirle or toireiber; bandaomely and artia>ic
ally furuiahed; new hohae, deairsbly locut?i, Just
west of Scott circle, amall private family. tenua
reaaonable. 1417 17th at. ocltt-3t^
I^OR RENT?CHEAP AND ATTRACTIVE UNFT R
r mahed Rooma lor U({ht HouaekeepiiiK; conven
ient to ffovernmeut prmtinK ofhee. Apply at premise^
417 E at. n.e., corner houae. ocltMM*
1JNOR RENT?OOMMUNICATING ROOMS ON -'D
Floor: alao bandaomely furuiahed pariora. bath;
wood fireplace; bosrd unexcelled, halt aunare irom
Maaa ave. llltt 10th at. n.w. ocl?S-3t*
iXjR RENT-POURllOOMS ON SECOND FLOOR,
with u~e of bath, rent f 12 per n.outh In advam-e
refereucea. 44nPat.u.w. inquire 44-> Pat.ocl0-3t*
Ij*OR RENT-? HANDSOMELY furnished
Rooius; aincrle or en auite, including hrat ami
aecond-atory from roouia: with superior table board,
location central; pncea reaaonable. 7os Sth at. u.w.
ocltt-3t
LOK~RENT?A NICELY-PIRNISHED PARLOR
I and Bi-d Room, flrat floor; suitable lor a Member
or Senator, alao Rooma, aecond and third floora. tur
niahed. with board, private fauul). *Jo3W G at.ocltl-tit
I^ORREST-TWO NICELY-FURNISHED SECOND
story Front Rooma: ho. water and bath adjoiuiuK.
uenr l'eu.-iou aud Printing Ottkee; together or aei ?
rately. 101 Ok n.w. oclt>-3t*
I?OR Ri.NT-AT THE BUCKINGHAM, i?20 15TH
at. n.w, Lafayette square, handsomely furuiahed
rooma, en suite or aiUKie: all convenience* aud flrat
claaa atleudauce, auperior table board al reaaouaole
ratea. oclti-3t^_
1:*JR~RF NT TWO COMMFSIC NT1NG ROOMS,
ibird Floor, either Furnished or Uufurulshed;
nicely papered. larKe closets. heat and gaa. 110s Sth
at. u. w. ocltt-ac*
IX)R RENT?WITH BOARD. SUITE OF PAKLOR,
two Bed Rooms, private oath, KTj'e fire, ou second
floor. Alao l^tve back Room, brat floor, aud other
rooma, larKe a id aiiialL 513 tith at. n.?. ocl4--w
|?()R RENT?A LAUY OWSING HER HOUSE AND
J haviutc more room than she needa will rent with
board one or two elegantly lurnished suit.-s with
private bath to ea? h. in ? fashionable neighborhood,
private table if desired. Adiireaa PiUVAAE > AMli.Y,
Star office.
ocl'-'-ttt*
l^OE KENT--1405 H HANDSOME icif?
a huoiuH. witL o|?eii fire? &iid private U*th
Also uther riM'iu*.
Trttobuwd / ocl2-lm
I"*0? ft KtJiT ? SMALL APARTMENT
of 5 r.Kims and aitcheu: first floor com
pletely furnisued, stiver and linen; to be rented cheau
Vv?.il'hrm uloult1"- AJar? *? a
t'OR RLNrT furni8hed AND DNFPRNIwMirH
Rooma at 31o Indiana avenue, am 'or eu auite.
aJ'^-V'ni W Eli?E>BKU, L
FOR RENT?OFFICES.
1JOR RENT?OFFICE ROOMS, U34 F ST.. LARO*
Front Ro<-m i U>. and back Room $7. both newlv
papered and in good condition. M. D. PECK, Room i
oclS-3t
yoll RENT?OFFICES. LOOE.PATENT ANDPEM
r aiou Attorneys! office Rooms at reduced rent on
Fat. Inquire Ot M. M i'Ai.Kl.R. 1-I1S F *t. o. 17-l-'t
1 yon RENT TWO COMMUNICATING OFFlt ES.
beautifully papered and i-siuted. with private lava
tory aud closet; hrat floor, 1407 1 st. n.w.; only 4 JO
p-r mouth JOHN i-Hl'.itMN .N A CO. ocl v-6t
1.HJK KtM-htslliAbbt OA>let Roomnl.H
X steam heat and elevator aervice, in the 1^-uuian
building, 14-o N. Y. ave. A. T. CGL'MBl .
oc5-lm 14 Jj N. T. ave.
I"~>OK RENT?1*-25 1A. AVE., BKNDBLRY bUIUV
ing, Two Handaoma Rooma, third floor, rent low
to yearly tenant. t. G. Ski IT H,
at-0-lm l~^"i Pa. ave.
LX)R RENT-THAT HANDSOME FIRE PROOF
Office Room, hrat floor "Fleming building ." suit
able lor bauaiug, heal Eatate or Insurance purpoaea.
RobT. I. FLEMING,
1 -re-'l-lm 141? G at.
FOR RENT?STORES.
1X)R RENT - FINE LARGE 8TOReTs5 FEET
deep, two Hhow wiudows; c. utral for any busiiit-aa.
Call ?ud ae? it at 419 WU H. ft. v. ocI7-liu*
F~ OR RLNT?THAT ELKGAHT AMD OOMMO
diourt atore, No. W. Lcxiu^toti street, one ot tDe
very best t>tore? iu the pnnci|>al retail htreet of Balti
more lor tine jtwhIs m t lie city. For particular*, in
quire ot BKKN AUD WIEsSKNFfcLD, li>4 E. Lexiuff
ton ?trt*t, Hjiltituore, Md. oclX-#o3t
j[X)R REN T - BEST LOCATION IN the CITY?
J7 Large Store 1-1 li F ?t. n.w., ">OU |*r year. Av
ply to bEALU BROWS k CO.. lTgl F at. ocl0-3m
FOR RENT?MISCELLANEOUS.
1'XIR RENT?STABLE. MX STALLS; AMPLE
carriage room, coaebmau'a quarters, water aud
gaa. 1441 Rhode lalaud ave. oclS-lui
PH)R RENT-l.ARGE STABLE AND HALL ON d
r at bet. 18th and l?th. uicluaiM LaSSlid .40
per month, suble in rear of l.">3dT at u w i-lt
month. Alao Couauodioua Stable being built in
PERSONAL.
Authorized private detective agency.
Williams k Oo. Oommtuucatioiia promptly at
tended to and atrictly connrtantiaL Office open all
hoora. WM. Wll.l.l*Ms. Manager.
my4-Bm*
/-UVIL- SERVICK EXAMINATION QUESTIONS
V/i and Anawera. Send 1 tic. to
R W. FLYNN, E. ML Ivy Inetitota.
aaaO-Lmo* Southweet cor. SUi and E au m.w.
Gentle mens* and lamet all-wool gar- i
menu Dyed In the Heat Mannar. Lace Curtate*
Done Up at llniMitli Pnaaa aad Mended Ineof
Charge. Blauketa Cleaned Ohati. Pluah Wcapa of all
DeacrWboee Steamed by oar Maw Pi>u aaa a specialty
ANTON TIltCHER. 900 Gat., the Old Reliable Baal
naaa. aaK^-la
J 2^
aold at mi hihIiIi yttom A?tnia email at CIWDeC
fc* Ml |
ARCHITECTS.
FOR SALE?LOTS.
^ HALS-A OOOP BUILDINU LOT OK II *T.
ir N i?t'itol 2<>* 1 20 to allrj , ,V<. . eaer Jennet
qcik-:? hn>r?'Ki> * *
E,>K i?ALF-A T/UTiiDt BPIIJMK0 UT OX f
>C ?wrDutuat tinlew rl'-e ?.25. Lot 20*1 HQ**
n aii?y t. wibton ? at 1 hfw* * iv.
orlH-aK i.l.lla' ? w
l>'K balk-ho.' nn r ht. n w . i/rr t?xioa,
r impnuM b? Pminr DweiliM iti r*t*lr B?
nt??iil<.ru(rr roluM. *.MU1 Ml BUl
erlBSt 131P F *.
F>r sale-a beautiful lot in oa.*uff3
eddittou u l akoiua Part. bu over (KM) (wt front
?>? .will eobd rb<?|< donna Una uiouUi. AddraM
J CP. 21B let. a .e. orlfc-tt*
I JO* 1ALE?CHOICE OORNFBK ~~"
Rhode lelaud ere. tn 1 loth at.
" ~ ] . tli at.
New Hainpehir. ave.. g hud 1Mb itl
litli and I m u-w.
W f. Torm
<wl7-:n l:tp:t ret n w.
'ol. nALI. -Ml1\ (11 1 Hi.'N , \ KHoUt
F
Island ?i?. weal of 1 Tlil at. nu-n uu u M ai
W. P. Vol SO.
gplT-SI ftp.! T at.
FOli s tLF i \ I or 1 H BFUT1FI L LOT#
on a. nth aid*' ul i? W t'tl. aud 1 IL ata a w.. 20B
B5. a moat d. airml.la. ueiarht.irbood. # . per foot J \1
TOOMb Y. ?1."? ?th at. orl7.1t*
1/WK sAl-i NoRl H MUE ."F g *T NF-AK IHTlC
r a bVautifut i < I.22 i. a..-? i i. i?f
foot, which la ver} cheap. ?a all other I, t- ere hold at
*J..V' Ui >4 per foot *. O 1MND. 1310 r ot o!7 ?*
|,>'R lALK-Um.
109 Square 10.M. bounded by T and O 14th ui
15th ata. n e . |*r toot S.V.
5S. lank r HndiU, lot 43; Mr foot 35<\,
45. l&that tilcblal Lot .>5 ot lalu Eatat*. pat
foot. 4?br
111 Eaat aide V'nd bet O and H ata. At. BO ti
184 St, . |?-r fo>4. 4lk\
141 Oolvaibta H. iahta Block 23 Lota 14. 15, 1C
17. IK and 1M. |?(i?<, 4Or.
112. Fa?t aid* 4tli bet. l> and E ata La, 14 Oil OA I
l?r foot, BSc.
4 1 North aid* B between 1 at and 2nd ata a w., 4
lota in Hauarr 57#. |?t foot, f 1.00
11? Meal aide 12th lirt. It and T .ata. n.w . oa b?a
15.1 714. per foot. t 1.00.
27. lat hot Baud 0 ata n.w., 8 lota, eechi
I?r toot. 11 VS.
1 ?>?? Sew \>.rk an l?t 17th and 1 Mb ata >.??
l:<0xl40. bx-r foot, ? 1 V.'>
V b?>t aide .'ith Iwt. H at. and Ktanbm Plata & W.|
2 lot? . H. OalOO ?ia. b . in r foot. $ 1 V5.
16. Nortli ai lt' \l at. uot. IKth and lilth L w . 2 lots
?ai'h 20& 1 oti. i*r ? - >t, ? 2 1Mb.
VI. North at J<- of llilijraar are. n.w.. 20*V0 to 12 fxt
alley, par foot. #V V5.
22. tH>nth ?i>il bvt l Tth and lHth ata ? w . 2
loU ra< h Vrt.2H?l 1? "S'o 'O l>??t milrj. In.proved
by ihree Hou?ra. |vr foot, (2.75
OK I aat aidr V4th at. hrt N at and R. L aT*., 8 lota
22 <Hti about 1 yti ra. ii. i?-r lo. i AXVo
160. hh<Hb* laland av?. brt. ltftli ai .l 17th ata >.?*
2 loU 22.n:i? 14<' ?-a?-h. (<er toot. 4.1.15
H5 beat aide lltth bet L and H ata., 30tM;|tt
| foot, fa &o.
AV> Houarr north of Hquarr 1017 routalumr H71B
a^uare foot, nuprovnl by a nutui?r of email Houeea
utikr rent, ?T.uO0
B H. WAKNKR A CO?
orl6-3t Witt F Htreat B.W.
I^OH KAU 1 UUA1NH - ( Mulct l.o lH A?
Forpat ul,it. Md. iuuail t>a}Ui<-nl down, balauoe
monthly. J. K. ULK I FoRIi,
oc IB-am 141Baaat.
LioITrALI. Fol K Itl-.Al l 1FI L LOlh IS 1V 7
r Citor on a corut r, mill u at id v?n AMP U> ad im
Ui**?li)itc | iir< l?ai?' r 1 iti* Atmtrmct turufl?-4
(oditi lft. M. WAKNKK ft CO., 9lti K *t b.i 14 t
i;-'hsuf OX MM K 1. AM
T i?lrturv-gur and Li?rhl> lmiToTtrd m ?itU
n? LletTrit L h. MCNH itrreti, bnrk mAiiiliia
w*Wr, irw. r. kc.. J J Acrtst -1 Litfl. ?oJ ln-k
1) 111* ((ToUlid Iv/f? U? w HUld'.VlllOU <?r atlitltlOU U?
k. tx boiurbt L-W kt ftti>tx ui*
Apply to 8. C. HILL. HtL axiti I' ?U o?14 ?-t#
h'OK S\l l WH? I I NVl AKi ? ? I ? ? - ?>
UkimiiK" ?U>ul IK4_ ft , btlVftH < 'AUfti AImI
Ball . it aj.-i H Ma ? ? . wgkm
yard or wood and co*l yard, within 1 ?KJ leet of Ivnu.
k K. (r* i^kit ti?*| oi, I'm*, 40 or ?iii ba rvuutd.
For lurtLt-r i>arti? uUn* npi'l) to
ocl4-e%t * HUMH.s & ViMilcHFF.K. Win Y mLn w.
1
t?OK MALi~IOJuUA.M Lot 41 OUk. OFtOLI *
bia r\?ad mid .^iiLivood plxf, aia> m>ui? Wry flu*
LoU itdj< liitiitr at moderate |-riff . t h**a* Lot? have ?rajt
&n<l?ai< r, NMnur Ii*-ar !?> . mdt-wbIKb ib . -iou?*a
net, roadwa\a iiiaraAiatuUed. T\LLK A htlHl.lt
FOKU, lJUi F at.u.v. aul < -64t*
jK>k HALF-ft HEAVfirria Lol. lhoVi lNO
South Tufectoo M.kfi*ta< Uuaetta ?v? . n.e If twwu
t>tli aii<l 7tL ata., oulj *,'u \l aold tLia iu >uth
ot lJ-Jw hUuivMMt 1)1 k BKAL*. t \
IV'H sALI s ? \ F hi 1.1 I ?TH
ft aud 7Ui <tw n lSil(K)t<> l.Vlootallf) .. ?5c
Apply tot'HALULUb k VooKHKLn 141b r at. n.w.
ocl^lw
1>?RaSALR M KV CH I* ? LdSlNMT I'LKAlk
aut at '^0, and 'Sb oenia j*r lt?t.
J. K HKhTFOKD.
oc 10-lm 14 1M O ?t
IjlOft8ALE?LOTHIS NEW ADUlTli K
lmi l nil e?ai> t?riiia. i heae lola are aitkM^ nt l tuc
moat elevated aud im proved |art ol Br>*.kiaiid. coin
DiaudiiiK fllie \ lew Ail kinda of lra.t #rro* in*r ? m t tin
ptace. hlr t ie !HI leet wide in cxflltorinlty v^iUitiiy
?treeta. To partiea who will bui.a ai an eari> data
a|Hi lal teruia will be a iveu 1'ali at od<*? uiu tuaka
I our Mot for tuil particulara and piata, aee \lo
ACULhaN k li\Tl'lit.LJ1216 Fai. n.w. a'JH Jia
LM)U sALI >??l | )i BIO m ?K1.AN1> LoTh, BKAI 1 1
I luily aituated aU?ui one iniie Uorth of cit) . near
r-dty aud eltnuit t ?r?. aeveu train* eacii a ay
daily from Soutb Bro? kiai.d station. atr?eta feet
vlit aai to conformity witb i aiiof rlty; kdaatdua
5 to 10 (*enta p?*r toot. ?aa> terma. For piata aud fur
ther mforuiation apply to KKl?FOKl> a. UAi.kKiw
I006 F at. n.w.. or W. O. ?.N, F at. n.a .
e'.'H-1 m
I.ViH BALE WF:"o! I Y R AS Si I ( I I 1.M..A.SS
?Lot 20. aq JC', *-.'4 leet front on Conn a\?.. bet k
and H, 1?'J leet deep to alley, oppoaile (*? nator sawyer'a
Ambouae lot 2J. ag. 1 ?4. k|r M on N. M are.
with *J3 feet front ou h at. at rear. Houae 1 aft.
lh.:t I eel front b> 140 deep, witb stable in rear.
ae "J 4'J m iiLALL. HkiO* S k CO.. 132 ? Fat
BUSINESS CHANCES.
F
1V|R BALE-CHEAP AND ON KA\*ORAHLE
1 terms. pa> niy Steam Laun iry Will pnluiwre for
real estate Adurt-ac i.Al > 1 ?1.1. HtaruAcc t* In vt*
,H)K 8ALK- A l lUAK AND TOBACCO HloV.i";
wboieaale aud re taxi, a No 1 ci*au?* toairood party;
alao sttK-a and li&tuiea of t?rorery stort on :td at. a.
w . alao a Coufei-tiouery cn 7tb at n.w Call at 1" 1^
Bt?\ fe.ii s. 313 43a *1 a.w., between 7 and i'J a.m. an4
?MrftMi. ot i* m
11 All To IVVEsI IN s<?\u K >D
???ii""" Kalal?iii?Ued Buoineaa, uiercautiio
4 ACAC1 r. Ol Mould K* Ut Ato>?d >l< it 1 , l'? I.lie
. (thai A air* mi itol 10, star oflfcoa. It*
1 - KlwiNl llvh BISIM-SS PliUl'LMr\l i:.li
E. 7th at. n.w. At pl> ou premiaea. ovl.-.u*
1VJR HALE?TWO VALl ABLE FATEIi 18 OF
trreat merit. Apply at 4 wt. n e o< I-3t*
I Ok bAi.L?vNi. Ol iHt tol.-^i L CAlUl M A
. Uonery and ii. uae Foiniabu -
nicely flited up and doiiiK a irood buaineaa aud iii*
creaaimr atot-k aljout a.l,tK>0.
1 Lot ia a chaiK-t widom offered, aa the atore can pay
for itaelf in twelve mouths, irood p-aw?l giv^n for
fe.liuf. auy one meaniuir buaiue?a win oe aiveu a
< Lance to aee eaa< ti> the aiuouut of 0uaaue?a that la
beiua doUe. Addteaa Bol b~ Star otboe. OC17-Jt*
Life insurance on tue common bkNui
Plan?
FRANKLIN
MUTUAL Rr.LlKF AhSOCIATIOK
ot H aaltiUbTtou, L* C,
A Home Inatitution?lncorix?raied March 20.187E
Deal.i aaternuiruta. $1.AO for aii a?rea.
a i,Oot> Paid Beneficiary I'pon 1 Math of Member.
Only 37 deaiLa aiuc e onrauiRation
SAM LC ?lLi^*,Iaq . Preaideni.
F'or further informaUt?n .ppiy to
4. B? 'lii'i-N SMITH, Secretary.
SoutLeaat comer 4th and U au. n.w., oppo^le new
Fenaion buildiuir. oc!7-la>
r^ou s Al.l. 1HLIMNU Oh? K LKl Ui PH<>
X ?iaiou Buaiut-ta. iu boat locatlou Oorihaeet, nue
trade, own*-r in ill nealth. ver> cheap, at t l.'MHJ Ai?
ply to Ali'KkD tL LLL a LO>, corner 14tL ami
Iknode Iwiand ave. o< 17-31*
i on a-^Ai^L t ta.M l I aft A?*u \Jt t iUf>l
E t-iaai> Boardinir Houae of Forty itooiua. under hotel
? miuianemtui. For pariKuiarv addreae Ki lu.^tar
othce. ecl?-?t*
A
l>e?.rt. F'lUiOlclal AaUatan.-c to .nlr?luc< 9aiu.
An artu le chnui ly rnadr and ot ready aabe. Addroee
LbXu., starolhce. o. lb-31"
1X)R hALi.?(OJOD PA^'TnGIiININO ROOM. LOW
rent, will eeli cheap for caah. Ai pi) 211 1'onna.
are. it.w, tcltl-ai'
KUK LOIS VIUMO Bb >T hPLCl'l.A llO*
y I ^ m U.C.. bHKUUiiii aite at 20tinuid 1 eta n a.
AM < -room Houae with 4 lota, 7.2UV ft . tlhOO; or la
hurneat btuaer b? Not. 1. Appiy at I et-n e. wcl-I?
K1CH A CO. BANUUI.
Uia 151H ST.
LOANS AND DlftOOCKTS A SPECIALTY.
INTb.KEST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSIT*
?Cl V-lm
??r|tUL WORLD DO MOVE "-RI.MEMBER THB
M. "lerrratrutl Clock." RAM>Ab haa rat toe
pncoa. wati-nee cleaned, 4l. nrat-.1aaa main apnn^
warranted one year, *1. all docA ana Jewwu-y
tile lowc
1224 * ?
the loweat prtcee in Uie ai) , we ual) couipeutiu^
? ant 7
L.OST AND FOUND.
=r^= i ? ?
LOt>T-Tl'E?DAY LAST, IN HOC i MI.A8T bBC
Uob an Account Rook with naiur i haa. H. Pool*
ou .uaide. Liberal reward if returned to 2 Oeonna
a*e. aa. oelR-at*
LOST?oN TUESDAY LAST, OCTOBER 16, A
Locket ConuainiUK Two ptcturee aether end
luoilter). Liberal reward tor ita return to 214 A at.
n.e. It
LOBT-WEDMEBDAY KlOHl AT ORAK D ABMT
Rail, on PenneyIvauia a*e. between 14th auA
loth ale . a hhort Red Coat. K. turli to CA III!
AhuBk, KO?t 15Ui et. n.w? and receive reward. It*
A^OCAD-rAklDAV. OCT. IM. A PoCRJCTBuO^
1 Ow ner cau have aalue by payu* cbanrea and pro?
inc property. Call 1MT2 Vv. eve. n.w. lr
LoHT-AFTERNOON OF OCTOBER 17 A HAlU
Ueaa Uuertu . tlreen aud Yellow, on th? Tenlay
UiWU r>ia>l or tb'oodiey Lane. A reward will be fl>M If
WWal>?aiJ**f?M? afa.
? OUT?OCT. 7, ME. ll'M-MZED SARATOGA
JRuaeet-colored Trunk with atrap around marked C.
i . i.. or C * . Rand, Maahiuirtou. u.c. A liberal re
ward will be paid for the return ot tbla trunk to the
Union Tranaler company at Baltimore aod **? ?nn?
dejKit. I?l?:'l'
I ^TOLFN-ON TUESDAY EVENING ABOUT MiJi
b? o'clock a Bioe China Flower Pot auu Palm alM
Door Mat. Reward If returned te 1407 Mat ai..
Ocnfatown. aclM-?t~
L^Boel-OPt>-FACk aiLVAM BATCH (ToBlAH
makel, either at the B. and O. frewnt depot or at
i?Ui and Boundary ale. n.w. A liberal reward U tad
at 1&14 14tkHAW. oc!7-2t*
Lout - a pocket book ouvtaibibo thru
H..i. I.. ? A liberal reward will be u3
uae Anurr upon returuloff MM to Mr. MABTlM.tSZT
anuoc Motel. New Iwl aee. and 14tn at. ocl
L^Hual?HAlCtOJAl, Ot iuBaa a. A Pa
eealelm? Two <^?^> Buete it etiir 3
no value etnejt to the i>ro^. r owner. Rewwi
_ except to the prourr <
| at M M. PARKER'it. 141b F at.
L-SJcSt iii;
I n.^t in Forehead. rea ard paid fur her r
eJiiree.
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Peon.} lvanie eve U.W. talMF
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to 14JO g at. oclTJt
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