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FOR RENT?HOUSES.
TE?OR REST?
i 181 < Mat. n.w., l.Tr., bay window. ell m.1-466.00
tr_'4 D et. a. w . lor . bay window, all m_i 36.00
94J B at. n. w? 8r, bay window, all m-l. 30.50
?06H7tket a. w , alorr 15.00
Apply to R. U. CAMPBELL. 517 10tk et a. w.
oclS-K
TJOR RENT-AT A BAROA1N. A8 FAMILY DE
M aire to leave city, a Fully-ruriuabed 1 en-room
H uae Dear Imiunt cirrle. at IIOU per month or
? l.OOO per year. Addreae i. L., can Bell'. Apothe
cary.eor Wand Conn. are. ocl8-3t*
>K RENT - PABT OF A IflCXLY-LOCATED
Hotme at muublf ratea to dxairahle part lea.
a-*r can. private family, do children. Addrvwa Bo*
|31. Star office. ocia- .'f
I*L>?R BENT-OB SALE?NINE-BOOM HOUSE IN
i Mt. Oaeant. water and raa. concrete cellar . nearly
mouo feat of rtouud. lot fronta on two etreeta. rent,
825 p?. e. 44 .loo. Inquire of H. U. BKKWtK. Me
ridian are.. Mt pleaaant. ocl*-3t*
1/oR RENT-A 1 lilit-t.-SlOKl s-kooM rtvAME
J Houae. with water and caa, for 42-.60 at 404 P at.
D-W. Apply at preuiiaee. ocI8-2t*
TX?R RENT?3101 P ST.. 11R., M. I , 465. 3103
X" F aV B.W , 10r.. ?* 46. 1710 and 171 2 32d at u w
Br. 427.50 each. 1314 29th at. 7r.. 922.50 1662
Valley B.W.. __4r. bnck.. 99. 32VLat u.a..,4r.t water
F
? w., lit W?VA., WW. O-P Li ??. U.O.. ?*?.. "
1 me. 49.30. W. RILEY DEI BLE.
OC1R-2W 131V r it.
JOU KENT?333 SPBCCE ST.. LE DROIT PARE.
*t Oueeu Aniir Cottawe. mod. impe . near cable
car* 1J3Carroll <bet. B and Cue.; newly
papered 6 roome. reduced to 422 50. BARNES ?
WEAVER. 62V> F at. oclB-lni'
IfOK KENT-1614 jlU si'.. TWo-SlOltY BlUCE.
6 rooina and bath, hall, cellar, latrobe. raiiire. all
modern tmprovemente.parkin* and deep back yard;
(ant 4-0 M. D. PECE. 934 F at. oclS-3t
l^OB RENT?1326 O ST.. SIX-ROOM BRICE;
Ml *aa. water, yard. kc, f25.60. aiao 3102 Mat.
Oeorretown. Three-etory Bnck. nine laiye rooma,
cellar, yard, kc Apply 13*2 u at n.w. It*
IT OK BENT?UNFURNISHED?
M. U29 Farrawut eq.9 loo 4 Fayette terrace 820
1140 Conn, ate S3 3.1 1 Fayette terrace.
143(1 N at HO 2 Fayette terrace.
1428* at 60 1228 1 at. n.e 20
1833 14th at 40 Stable, equare lift). IS
Stable, eguare 1*13 26 1427 F at, office. 12
1615 Pierce place. 25
i__ FURNISHED.
6th at. Dear Q ?..S7ri * at. near 14tl?. 175
9th near R. 808.33 lftnet.n'r Dupontclr.125
let. 20011727 Fat. n.w 83*
FllCH. FOX * BROWN,
ocl 8 1437 Penh. are. n. w.
PJR REST?H AN DSOM ELT FUKNInHED HOUSE,
to adulta only, for nonanal rent for aix montha,
partiee learirut. ity, central location. Addreae JUDI
CIARY. Star office. It*
TXlR RENT-BY THOf). F.. WAWiAMAN, REAL
J; ESTATE BKuKKK. 1U7 F ST. n.w.
HOISES.
1446 Q at D.W.. 9r.... <45 25 Myrtle *t,n.*.7r....?l&
46 H at H.W., IT 40 617 f'Jth at. n.e,, 6r 15
1105 13th at. n.w., \t. .40 619 C at. aw., 6r 15
ltrjs N H. a* ,6r ,fm. .36 222 13H at.a.w..6r 15
1414 11that. n.w.. llr.35 421 lltn at a.w.. 7r ...15
462 C at n.w., Vr 36 cbamplain a?e. n.w.,
VPVerp,tl408PB.*....30 4r 14.50
ZBH at. D.W., llr 30 H1H 4tli at. n.e., 6r.. 13.50
1831 Vt a*.n,w .7r.27.50 12i En.e.,6r 13
t?CXJ Va. a?e. a.w., 7 r 25 2715 Dumbarton are. n.
403 g it. n.w.. 6r....20.37 w 12
703 Bat. n.w . Sr. IX lloy 20th at. n. w.. 5r..l0
1701 B-d'yet. n.w.6r_18 2123 Cat n.w.. 6r 10
SD4 M 3boHiyh at et. 4'-'^ Fnuikllo at n.w ,5r. 10
n. w _.18 336 M ate.w ,6r 10
P23 B'd y et n. w. 9r... 18 724 2d et n.e , 6r 10
48 Myrtle et n.e. 15
OFFICES.
815 F at. n.w., 2d floor. Oanton BliUr, r. 26.tl2.o0
front room . 450 4O1 7th at, let floor,
468 La. av?? let fl. room 2 10
2 front rouma 30 fttli k Fa. mr.. room 20. ..10
468 La. ave^ 4th fl.. 2 baaenient rooma 472
4 rooina 30' La. ave 10
8th A Pa. ay., r'm 18 25 Ountou Bldir., r. 20 8
tnh and Fa. ave.. r*e 11 468 La. ava^ 3d floor,
and 12 .25, 1 room.... o
Central b'ldy, r. 17....>16'
STORKS, ka
Hall. 1?th t E eta n w. 930 stable rear 627 E at.
8tora315 7th at a.w....21; n w 10
btr rni.. 1541 M atn.w.15 Cellar 1541 M at n.w 3
Hall, 1300 4H at. aw...121
Ibe above w only a portion of the property on my
txx ka. For fall llat call at offlre for bulletin leaned on
Uflatandl6th. il* 181 THOS. E. WAOOAMAN.
1JH)R KF.NT-A THREE-STOKY BRICE UOL'sE
on 4H at., eacocd liouae north of Fenn. ave. Will
be repaired to anlt tenant either for boanllnir houae or
buaiDree purioeea. 4->o p?r month.
ucl7-st HILL * JOHNSTON. 1503 Penn. ave.
I'OR RENT- 40U 12itiet.a.a..6r.*13.30
b210 at n.w. 11 714 12th atae.,5r 10
re., all m. 1 955 Hear305 7tha.e?4r..l0 30
33o 6th at.ae . lHr . m.Lo > 4 Oreen'e alley n.w., 4r...W
407 lat at. 12r ,m.L 45 1202M D at a.e., 6r 8
2018 Vt. ave., 6r 28 Hear 6:13 E at. a.e. 4r....8
1033 6th n.e. 6r? rn-L. .20 1330 MUler'act,ae..5r 7
326 A at. n.e . 6r 20 3k24Plerart.a.w.,3r.3.50
1027 6thn.e.6r ju.1.16.75 STORE.
6o7 F at. n.e., 6r ... 16.60 637 Pa. ave. ae. 35
1023 4th n.e., dr... .16 50 offlce-831 F. 3d fl , 3r
SWORMS1EDT * BRADLEY,
ae21 -lm U27 F at.n.w.
OR RLNT-F0BNI8HED
_ 1418 15th. llr...*125 1412 N at., lOr 9115
303 u at, llr loo 403 4th at n.e., 6r 50
202 21at et. lOr 125
UNFURNISHED.
1917 14th etjatr.A6r.842 63o-632 2d etn.a..7r.?25
1816 Cor at., for. k b .. 35 450 Kidire at, 7r., eta.. .25
1350 Wallachpl , 7r kb 2611721?Oregon ave..2r 5
oclT Jt BUST A Ht NuEKFoHD, 624 14th at.
1>)R RENT-TWO-STOKY. SEVEN ROOMS AND
hall; papered, raa, water and latrobe; 417.50 i?r
?lonth. Inquire 037 9th at n.e. ocl7-3t*
P~ )? REMT - THRfcE NEARLY MEW FRAME
Dwalllnn at Beniamra Ave, aix and aaven rooma;
at 88 and 49 per month. Apply to
DCCEETT A FORD,
ocl7-8m 617 F at. n.w.
?
R RENT?813.50. NEAT SIX-ROOM FRAME.
15th at. extended, near Pine; water. Eer next
ir. JOR FORREST.
ocl 7-1 w? 1003 F at n w Hour*. 12 to 2.
For rlnt-House i6o? g st. n.w.coni ain
inir eeven rooma, pantry, bath and modern conven
lencee. will be vacant November L Inquire at 1604.
oc 17 3t* I
F)R RENT?703 L 8T. S.F.. A THREE-STORY
7-room Bnck. water and water cluaet; houae In
Cdorder. rent to a reliable tenant 414. Key next ,
r. M. M. HoHRKK. 3>r2 Eaat ?'apttol at. oc!7-3t |
E.XJK RKNT?FlRNlsHEU?1029 161H 81.,
M? beautifully furnished; for aeaeon or year; terme I
moderate. B H. ROBERTSON, 1515 H at^ocl7-3t^ I
IXJR RENT?THE CABIN AND U)I)G^ PARTLY
l'urni*li?d. weat aid* 16th atrvet luat above
lundary . near herdlca and can, auitable for email
family. 912. Api'ly next door. oel7-3t*
170B RENT-NICELY FURNISHED HOC8eTi707
I4 Rhode Ialand ave.. 91.600 per year. BE ALL*
BROWN A CO.. 1321 F at. ocl 7 2m
J JOB RENT-TO PRIVATE FAMILY, AT 8160 PEB
7 mo. or 91.500 per year, an attractive. 11-rooiu,
umiaheU I>wellinv near Conn. ave. n.w.. 24 ft. front;
dimntf room and parlora Urtte near.y new; in beet
mialern atyle. Addreae D C. B.. Star office. ocl7-3t*
i'OR RENT?BY~FISH A MILLER. 1213 F at n.w.
J A Beantifnly Fnrmahetl Houae on New Jeraey ave.
ae , halt aquare of Capitol 15 rooma. 2 bathe; heated
by eteam and hae all mod. convemeucea. netda to be |
aeen to be appreciated. rent low to a good tenant for
eeaaiop or year. ocltJ-6t
1,'OR RtN 1?FRAME HOUSE ON 1RVINO ST..
i 6 rooma; $16 per month.
J. B. HERTFORD.
_oel6-6t 141W O at
SX)K RENT- A FIRST-CLASS RESIDENCE, 1515
Rhode Ialand ave. Apply to J. J. SHEDD. 1507
lode leland ave. oc 10-3m
B,v,R RENT-NEW TWO-STORY and basement
X Enrht-ruom Houaea; all modem conveulencea.
Boundary at bet 14th and 15th. 432.50.
ocl6-11 A. P. FAKDON. 1326 Fat.
."?OR KENT ?911 O ST. N.W. 10 ROOMS. PER
fect coudltion > rent reduced to irood tenant L S.
18TOE, 810 F at n.w. ocl6-.1t*
X
WOK K. NT-A Dk-SIKABLE FUKMSHc.D BoLSE |
on Iowa Clrrle. location unaurpaaaed. new three
?tury bnck with oaaement. 11 rooma. all modern lm
pr- Temeuta. in irood order, rent 41.500 per year, for
Rrmiaaiun to lnai-ect apply to B. H. WARNER M CO,
6 ? at. n.w. ocl6-3t
WX?K KENT
JT 1746 N at. n. w, partially fumiahed 8100
2721 N at n.w? 12 r and b 30
1536 Columbia at h.w, 7 r. and b. 30
E. C. CUTTER A CO..
?cl6-lw 1423 Fat n.w.
FOR RENT-1340VERMONT AVE, NEAR IOWA
Circle, a Laive and Finely-furniabed Houae, con
taining 15 tooma. will only be rented for pnvate
Samiljr oae. For terma and permit to inapect apply to
E, C. CUTTER * CO. ,
ocie-lw 1423 Fat. n.w.
1J*OR BENT?1217 M ST.. A LARUE AND HAND
aomely Furmahed Houae in the northweat; will
rant for aeaaon or one or two year*, reaaouable rent;
H uae can be aeen at any time, it la tnoroUtfhly fur
UMiwai. Call uB preuuaea or
W. H. DF.MPSEY.
Real La tale (irtice,
e??15-6t 1424 New York ave.
1 RENT BY R O. HOLT/MAN. REAL KB
Ute and lnauranc? Broker. 10th andF ate.tt.rn
HOl 8ES.
1T.4 K ?t. n w.. 15r 4116 2216 H at n.w.,7r 930
18J6 <J at.n w., 12r..76.73 1524 Fierce pL, 8r. .28.341
ll?7 12th n. w.. lor ..So VH>4 7th at n.w., 9r 25
bOt lat n w.. 1 lr t}0 422 11th at. a.w.,6r.,..18
12*1 S at- Br. * atore 6o 622 IHh at. a.w,, 6r 16
424 3d at n.w., Wr 45 422** llthaw.,6r ..16
8o> 1 a? . 5r. k a tore. 40 ;?420 Pruepect av. 6r 15.30
12.2 Pa. ave . Or 30 434 Maaa. ave. n.w..
Sfc02 H et itw.,7r. ... 30 4r 15.50 |
_ FURNISHED HOUSES.
F w 18th at. 13r 64.0 H nr. 21et at.. 8r 150
Ebtt 17thk 18tb 416 66 Oth above E at. 12r -.160 1
M?a ava and lhoiuaa Fat nr. 12th, 12?....150
clxla, lir 333.33 N.Y av near llth.8r.. 116
CtjUi. av?. nr. N at .260 H nr. 10th, lOr loo I
E be. 17th k 18, lor 26o Fat. near 17th. Ur...lOO
L bk 14tn k 15. '22r 260 29th bet.O k K. lor ..IOO
l.'ltl nr. L. I Or 200 lat near E n.w., llr.... 75
>er.tv. nr. N. 12r. .166 rl6 35th ur. W n.w? llr ... 66
OFFICES.
841 rat-24 floor. Mron* Llevant romi in -Sun
ia,)MM by a team 4 so bill UIlM,'' nreproof ?'ele
84 lr, 34 floor. 5 lrontra., \ atorai heated by a team.
bated bv ateam - 6*1 1rvm4-ou> 400 each.
8:i?l at.frvn. lo to 16 1211 F at n.w.,2r 25
470t*. eve. trom 10 to'JO o:iv F et. u.w? ir 16
STORES.
132114th at n.w ... 460 1329 14th at. n.w. . 960
132'.] 4th at D w 601 ......ano
Tlaae elearant New Storea. 1016, 1018, 1020. 1022.
1024*ud 1026 C'ounna<'ticut ave.. Will be nniabed
OrW?r 15. For particular* rail at my office.
ocB B O. HOLISM AN. lOtnaad Fate. a. w.
pHJl RENT ? PRESS- BRK'X BAY- WIN DO w"
Jr aaren roouia anc bath. concrete cellar- all modern
UuprWemeuta, all ta beat condition. 119 N Y.ave.n.w.
Bent>:io6o per month. oc7-12t*
'RENT?
r IJh, 13th at, 12r4200 , 1162 20th at.. 6r 927 50
? l?*>th at 7r 25 Stable rear 1327 L at.25
Ap? to JAMES M OltEF.V.
ae2Tl? - - - -
25
Real Eataie Broker, 1405 F et
KENT ? 53 D ST N.W.. THKEE-sTOBY
Wte>n Aune Houae, contaiuintr Be Ten rooma and
th. nth all 111. t. be 11a. epxakitur tuliea. kc.. elation
^7two titer cl?eta. 427.50 per month.
BEAU BKoWN ft co? 1^21 Fet oc5-3ui
VOKiENT-FRoM OCTOBER 1-1381 *18T ST.
n,...,*i* *er? deaijpable corner bnck raatdence, nx
al!?inf.^i'?M.M bM>l* open Are placea,
afa. tnjylla and all modern improvemaute. houae la
"autiniy^ decoratedl au?l m perl act order.
Price bo per month.
THOS. I. FISHER A CO..
J5r5 1324 F at
VVm('?rJ~1. Houae oa Cham plain
Mr.ow.1dkiata.i2.iU 5r jo
^*^41 OEO W. UNE1KH, 18th and H ate D.W.
"p?.* 11 KMsHED - 1325 VEhMoNT
^ btrt 11 rooAA, bsodeomelj Fur
T,1T dajurmlua. for terma looolra of
?u-8t m. m. Career. i?ii
I?0* *Sf-AT 6I50 MOMTC
FOR RENT?HOUSES.
F2
1 :i!n uSk'i I ^ C*"*1 rolld- &* 12.60
?u!S? "S 1 <*.????? SO 2427-29 T St.. flr.... 11.60
"4V1? U?r a0 i>0 **?? 1015 21etsV-10.50
vnii FX?.*!""- Mr 10 50 *70W *?<???? 10.50
w 54?1" mJ.3U.o? K Alex. Court, 4r 10.50
? 8r~ m.i. .30.50 '.'lllu L st. 5r. ....10
&mu?9 V' B* ? ?*.: 28 Rear 2115 Eet., Sr .! .10
. J55?S " ? 7r,.m l...25 .->0 1728 21st ?t.. 5r 10
SSiP.VlJ-*- /r . .25.30 Canal road. 5r 10
i ?>il4,h ?t i7r 26 45 1034 3.W at, 5r 10
Hr.,m.L5UK30 STORES.
Hi", -5 Store211*M at., I0r...7b
rim r n #- 25 1740 P?. ave 40.50
iiVf y,ta-10r'i:f?S ?Z?2 ?' * ?to~_3o
Jv'j *??t.h\Jr~ i?.i..-R.;>0 l. .IK Penna. ave 30
J.vTr flr ??r..22.35 2012 Kst..6rs. Est. 25.60
isV2 ,ir-? 22.30 2627 I St.. Ors.and str. ..25
2????? 8r? m l..21 3140 K St.. ?r ft ? tore..25
-ir? K^' . <r 20.10 722 17that and 2r.....l3
44?.Ti w**?Hr 3*2* K at.? shop....10.60
<;}?24th St. 6r 15.30 ST A BIX.
1231 29th at., 6r 15,Rear 2100 G at In
lor a loll Uat apply td WESCOTT A WILCOX."
_oclu 1?07 Pa. ave. aw.
"?."?OR RENT? " ~
.cu!,?67th"t-D.T-30r 100 82fl>rt. ae_ ?r <20
VhVi- i ? W" 14r , it ?1S S ,l- ae.,6r.....18.50
"*? n*w" llr- -S5 12.1E at. n.e., Or IS.30
?5J? aw.,13r..4a.00 i0 L at. n w., 6r 18 30
4?.~ Jk /' n w i Kr- +f> ?27 N.J a*, n.w., Or. 18.30
7.}; ??*.. or?4C 732 8tbat.aw.jdr 18
TuS^i? B>*.* ^? -35.00 2034 sth at. n.w..(Jr 1 6 50
JV?2 ut:,Te-n-w^..Sr.30.50 57 Lat. n.w., 6r. ... 18
??UW aw,0r.30.o0 17 De1n-esBt.aw.,ari5 40
'i~u\ ,Ta" Jr 81? Htb n e ' Or... 15.SO
'?.n w ' Sr.....30.40 3413 Prospect are aw.15
1 S #t. d. w. f 7r a50 233 Mflit h ve n e Sr 1 ?? !
iiJ^n i?^11 n w?* ?r,4?*?? 8th ?t. n.e., Or. .14*30
i4 JLf IL ^?r" ? Hi' ?*? 2210 Cleveland ave.,6r,13
En? wHi'iJ V 1 -4330that.n.w.,5r.l2.80
i5t?&aS* M-7Jf -J6.37 2031 ?tb at. n. w, 4r.l250 ,
1J1? !n.w..7r._'o.o0 2107 8th at. n.w..5r .12
443 O at lwWHr?r - i ? l?j-'8 5th at.u.e., 5r. '0.50
f Jjiyil??'~ ?' Sniniuer r. u.w..4r.l0.50
-.1-bKTTP* ?* ?-40 324 Wilaon at., 5r 10
hHi \im " o'- ??? 27that.? w . 4r !?..10
eV^r"5 8 Blaffden'a al.n. w ,4r 0.30
2502 lath at. u.w, 3r...0
. 11 *??? "r.22W0 STORES
lfiK->?jL?-J7r*"?&:!9 1407 l^that. n.w 40
illfl H ?i ? ?a'([r 'iK 12th at. n.w 30 ;
pw n at. n.e., t$r 20 ',MJiO 14th at n ? *ts%
S28 4H at. a.w.. Or..10.50 010 21 at elw . ""10.30
.eel2 barker * co.. ?i? r at. n.w.
FORRENT-ELEOANT >KW DOUBLE HOUSE,
l/ol Mmi. a\e. n.w.# '2*2 rooms, electric bell*, and
krU',> *~{H) ^er month.
ocli-lm John SHERMAN a CO.. 1407 Fat.aw.
For rent-ukfurmhhed.
IOIo Ji at. U W;,^ J2Bat.n.e.. llr. f70
1U08 siiiideriand plare. ' ?, 1 ills^Vv ave'n.w^ 12r.'.30 I
Ho use lii Eddnyton. ^.!. 7."j [t 2 30*UuionJat! *w*.^2 30
. . _ FURMSHED.
$?tn? 8-i"T >??f. sti am heat ?2.700
? } a? V R sud b- i"?- year 1.800
8t'' ue?* (''ai?itol, I3r? i>er \ ear .. l.MOJ
81 DW ? COIuf- furu - lira., per mouth.. 100
J-A.i & st> n * ?lKt mouth 150
v- on?ont *"? n w ? 1*' month 125
-wUo J?ew Jersey sve. s.e . 10rs.( per mouth. hi) I
JL1? -j f TlLJLtt * KUTUKKFORa 1
_oc,-Jw! 1307 F al.u.w.
. R MHT-MIS SOTH ST APPLY TO 1403
130tli it. or 714 loth st. oc 10- l;u
Ij*OR N T-rVHNI8HE6Z
I me House on prominent circle for term of
K at*bwt*Viti> and*i5th.' '."Y/.V.V."V 'ii?400 ^
K.I. are. near 17th 2.05K) ?? ?
Nat.near loth 2.600 ** "
nefJ' 181,1 *.:??0 " "
loth at. near y _ 1 .'iO0 ** "
De Saleaat near 18th ll.'xto " -
I at. near 15th 1 500 M ?*
_oclO-3m BEALL, BROWN * CO.. 1321 Fat.
h'ORRENT?COMPLETELY FURNI8HLD?HaNI>
?oaiv 1 J-rooni Houae. iu faahionable locality well
a^ai'twd for ?nt,-riainiUK: (150 per month for the
araaon or tLoOO by the year. OWNER, S.F.S., ntar I
offlee- oc.Vl mo' 1
SAiJfrBEhT BUILT HOLSt ON
hV holl"w walls, nt??m heat, hard
wood ttoiah. plate-Klaaa wiudowa. electric bell.; every
thing complete; fronta Capitol |>ark; key at 118 B at.
*.e. W. C. DODOE, 700 l?th at. ocW-2m
?*NT-C>FURNI8H ElK
1.01 a. L tJt.u w 18 Iowa circle, 12r . .83.33
1 ji j'u'IL; ?208.33 1401 Stouifhton at.,
141 a M!P- *ve- 17r- Hr 75
v.; '~'00 I8"' Hat. aw.: 13 r...'75
U1-. ^ " w ? 1:,r-?0 i:?)l 21.t ai. u.w., 8r ..60
wir Mi?.?M1,l,ll,uw 0?07
. - 1B0.6. 1801 V at. u. w , Ur .. 50
20l1^?.nv'.V""i ir-0tfi-7. 54=8 14tij "'?"?w Or.41.U7
12il ^L' > 7r" Io? n.w..store.Or 40
4 M ^r* I4?*9 titou^hton at..
1.^2 Si?? .......12.5 Hrooms . .. .... 3i?
itS2 Mi'L"-,15r ?1~? >??'?'. n.w., or.:::.:w
w!Vl6r andatablel 16.67 lj?' ?^Uue"- ??-*?
FUKNI8HED HOU8E8.
f??? ye??e?K# lor.gfiuo N st. nr. 12th st. n.w.,
ll'th st. near I, ^Up....ilUU 10rooms.... i*'00 l
***?^1 &Ui.l3r.2r)U Comi.av.n,rK.iir!*166!t>7
?t.n.w,15r.....250 ^touf^hton st u w i'-'r 1 50
The above hoaaea can be examined bv rermit frnm
?W office only. THOMASTi^HE^fcCO.
-ocl~ 1324 F at. n. w.
FOR RENT?Fl'RNISHFD?AN ATTRACTIVE
Houae in a pleasant locality. Reaidence of naval
omcer ordered to tea. Reference required rent i 100
per month. Apply at l.iQlJt at. n w ocl 2-7t*
IjHyt RENT?FURNlSHElJ?BY THE ThAR. 1804
E at. aw., oue of the tineat location* in the city
~Vi.o- JAMES A. BATES * CO.,
_oel t-Jw 1407 Fat. i.w.
2-HTO"Y CORNER BRICK;
aultable for small Grocery or Other Buaiueaa
018^ D<!lr 7th"?*- ca"; rent low. E. A. MrIN'1 IRE|
FuKNTSITEij; 7751
family, 1J-room House, centraili' located
? n ? ???thern exposure: ftne sUble:
Si2^o?^IUOn ?r *1,500 le4r- Address B.W..'
star ogee. ocl2-2W
.?,R?ENTI-IrlIi8Tl:1A88 LOCAI.ITV?1440 Q
hath ^y-wludow Brick, 8 rooms, I
reut-*45- I
Ij'OR REN i? "
iiv/.??-?0^1 **;? u**r Senator Sawyer'a houae t75
i?2i ix2 av....._;,*ii3
1 wu o-i X n.?** l?upont circle
v?.?? . r00^" *ud bath, cheap S;j7
l^?.1Mtl1 block Dupout circle ti-'o '
btable near corner Con uecticut ave. and L at '
no.,(lt. , FURNISHED "M1'n r"
i:ili !!!? at.near Dupont circle 92,000 year '
?'i^t ii. ?'1 trontl14* Dupont circle.... #2.500 year
r!irf " gt ? 'ur six months " *????
? 8^* u,vr,j 1' rwiiis,..,..,.,.. (< )??> 7()V? if*F
ouioth'at"'1 W U*u)p?ture ?ve.".".'.'.".#l'.8oo year
Vl* lu,li ,l- 1,500 year
ae28-1m CHAKLES EARLY
ae28-lm ^60;j I4that.
1r?J ^E-NJ-HOTEL WINDSOR. COR. 15TH AND
?*? Kecently remodeled and reuairfnl
inrouffhout; steam heat and eJectric bells located on
?luare opposite Preaidenfa houw, uHS. fr??.urj"
State. *ar aad Navy-departments; cara paaa door for
^1 part, of city. Addreaa J. W. NAIRN. Vaahnufton.
seo-2in*
F
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
1,'OR SALE?200 ACRES OF GOOD FARMING I
r Land about 300 yards from Ualpinu Station, ou
Met. Branch B. & O. R. K , with riKht of way thereto.
A rare chance fur mveatiuent. Gold has been found on
It Apply to FRANK HIOOIN8. Ayent,
ocl8-2t* Uockville, MA
l?OR SALE-TWENTT-8IX ACRES IN COUNTRY
J7 near Military road and propoaed National 1'ark on
Rock Cre?k; cheap if taken at once. H. CLAY STEW
ART * SON. 1224 t st. n w. ocl*-<i?
HYATTSVILLE. MD -FOR RENT -NEW EIUHT
room Houae on Melrose ave. near atatiou; very
desirable.(food watertlartrelot. W'M. MEYERLEVMN. i
406 5th at. n.w. A>ac, LarKe Lot uear station. ucl7-3t |
fj'OR RE vf^-Tf"H YATTSVILLeTmO.. THE ImjR
aey Cottaire, aix roorna; in ir<x>d order; (15 a
month. E.I1. SMITH k SON. 1222 F at. n.w.
ocl4-2w
LOR1DA ORANGE GROVES AND GARDEN
Landa for Sale or Exchange. We have millions of
acrea for aale aud can auit all. M. RENZ k CO , 021
12thst. aw., Washington, D. C. oc5-lm*
TX)R 8ALE~HVAtT8VILLE - ONE tEOOM
T Frame Dwelling on Railroad ava.; one 11-room
Brick House, witli 5V acres of land; the handaumest
property within 6 iuiiea of Hyattavtlle. The aame tor
rent at 425.
8-room Frame Dwelling, near depot; all in llrst-claaa
order and on easy terms. Also a number of beauti
fully located Lots, very cheap.
For Sale-Bladenaburir?8-room Frame Houae. with
all oiitbuildiutf.; lot acre; beautifully located;
abundance of fruit; $3,000.
A u umU r of Lota, well located and convenient to
depot; very cheap.
Several Houaes, Farms of various size*. Lota at
iAndover and other stations near Washington, on B.
and P. R R. . terms eaay. Apply to DUCKETT k
FuRD, 617 F at. n.w ,or i ladeusburir. Md. oc-5-2
IX)R SALE?ON METROPOLITAN BRANCH, B. S
O., Lota, Cotta?f?s. Country Homes aud i arms ou
eaay tenua. Dairy Far ma, 5 to 400 acrea.
COOKE D. LUCKETT,
oc4-Im 935 F at.
NOTARIES PUBLIC.
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR EVERY STATE
/ and Territory, Notary and U. 8. Commissioner,
JNO .E BEALL^ 1321 F at. U.W. In otllce trom Oam
to o p. iu. xi | 7
BICYCLES.
s
M1TH*8 COMBINATION ?4DARTM HAFLJY,
For Indies and OenUu
601 Wth ?t. n.w.
oc2-3m Boys' and Oiris' Gaieties.
Johnson. Garner & Co.
Would call your attention to a line of All-wool
LADIES' FLANNEL SUITING. 32-inch wide, at
25c. i all colore.
A WautHul line of SERGES and HENRIETTA
CLOl HS at 50c.
4o-inch All-wool BLACK CASHMERE, apeclal bar
irain, 5oc.
We would alao call your attention to a line of IN
GRAIN CARPETS. We are offenutrfor 35 and 40c.
bn?rbt new patterns, Just the thiuv for bed roorna.
our line of TAPESTuY and BODY BRUSSELS la
complete and prices low.
FLOuti OIL CLO'lHS. DRUGGETS and RUGS.
LADlE8-.Gt.NTS' and CHILDREN'S WOOL UNDER
WEAR. Full stock W'UtiL FLANNELS. CAN ION
> LANNEES, biiEE 1INUS, ke.. ke . at low priced
Johnson,garner k co,
oclO 630 Peuu. ave. aw., uear 7th.
THB .WAEFTXOTOR ARCHITECI'URAL IRON
>SD BRIDGE WORESl
EDWARD I. DENT. M. E.. Proprietor.
The test facilitiea in the city lor all kioda of Iroa
work. Steel Beama. An#lea, kf. alwaya in stock.
line ornamental Cast aud Wrought Iron wort*
n ?< laity, kriaira and cenerml machine work duueia
the beat udu?t and at enort notice.
tele licenaeea Ui the Diatrict ut Columbia for the
*X>oata-Miu b.il" system of Beau Anchora and Pro
tec tun. W oris. Cur. 33d and W a 'ar ata. TaL 428-dk
CUyOftce. 1413 Gav n w. TaL 428-2.
ta W aahiMTtun. D. 0
DoriBiP ECE1VED Br Ta? Word. ,
GOODTEAR,
But eee that the full name
GOODTEAR RUBBER COMPANY, NEW YORK.
U stamped oa rour RUBBER SHOES. RUBBER
BOOts. WATERPROOF CLOTHING, or other ar
ticles of mauuiactured rubber, as, in this way, yon will
be eure ul rattin.
MELVILLE LIB MAY. :
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
^SALE - TWO-STOBY AND BASEMENT
ck; bsy window?,8 room* and bath: all mod.
impa. On I' near 6th. very eui t. r un. only $4,000.
oc 18-3t BED rOBJD W. WALEEB. lOOfl F ?t
UOB 8ALF.-M ASSACHUSETTB AVE NEAB13TH
JL, ii.w^ Three-story Nine-room Brick;all mod. impa.
25il35 to allay: ?18,000.
oclH-3t RADFORD W WALEER. 1006 F n.w.
f?OR HALE?TWO-STOBY MANSARD AND BASE
JT ment Brick : 10 room* and bath; all mod. impa.
2d at near Capitol, $6,000.
ocl8-3t BEDFORD W. WALEEB. 1006 F n.w.
FOB SALE-LARGE SEVEN-BOOM HOUSE; WIDE
hall and *i<leentrance; lot 24 6 front. 100 deep to
nS& Ut n!*' ?S ***' Umi*. Inquire on premises.
FOB 8ALE?DESIRABLE NINE-BOOM COTTAGE
*n Takoina Park ;indoaed with 23.100 feet ground;
shade, orchard, garden, well and running water; im
mediate possession, bargain. W. H. 8WANDER, 11
Cat n.e. ocl8^2t*
1,X>B SALE?FOB $3.650-A VEBY PRETTY
.Pfeaa Brick Front Houae; 7 rooma; in perfect
ord?,r- Oj Pst. n.w.,excellent location; terms easy.
oc!8-3t* W. E. BUBFOBD. 1422 New York ave.
F?
B SALE-FOB $5,000. ON VEBY EASY TERMS,
a very handsome mewl Houae. on New York are.;
line electric oar*? 8 rooma; nice cellar; fine parking,
oc 1 S-3t* W. E. BDKFOBD. 1422 New fork av?
F)R SALE-BIGGEST BARGAIN IN THE CITY;
rnnii be aold at once; para 12 per cent on amonnt
invested; price reduced to $<,000. A Valuable Busi
ness Property, located on a nortbweat corner near 14tti
*t., contain* 8 large roomn bath and cellar, besides
store room and bit urea. aize 23x80.
oc!8-3t DAVID D. 8TONE. 806 F at.n.w.
IM?B SALE?$3,000- $500 CASH. BALANCE
monthly, will buy a Goo<l 6-room Brick House on
8th at. near O at. n. w.: very central location.
oc!8-3t DAVID D S1U.NF, 806 Fat n.w.
LMJ.. SALE-A hPLAMJlD l>>talllt.!il i> AN
X 8-room Bnck Houae on O at. near 12th; rent $35
per month. ince$5,0.i0.
oc!8-3t DAVID D. STONE, 806 F at n.w.
F
?ALE-CHLAP-B1.1CE HOISK ON O ST.
?' P?t. irtb and 10th; parlor.diniiiK room and kitchen
on 1st floor; lour bed rooms and bath on lid; three
bed rooms on third; large cell&r, modern plumbiiur;
convenient location; lot 20x1 IK), alley. *Tice $7,oU<J.
oclthM DAVID D. STONE, 806 F at n.w.
FOB SALE?TWO-STOBY BB1CE HOUSE. SIX
rooms, bath, concrete ceOar and all mod. impa.;
2010 13th at. n.w. A|>ply to owner, 60S 1 at. n.w.
oc!8-2t*
IX)B SALE-ELEVEN-ROOM BBICE DWELLING
in the northweat; concreted street; lot, 18xl0<>,
to 30-foot alley; modern improvements. Pr.ce,
$4,500, or au oiler a shade under that will be sub
mitted. W. RILEY DtEBLE,
ocl H-3t 1319 F st.
IJOR 8 ALE?THREE-STORY BAY-WINDOW BRICK
House.8 rooms, mod. imps.. $3 TOO; rentafor $30;
near Pension and Census omccs. Inquire on premises,
222Gst.n.w. ocl 8-31*
i.M>B SALE?TWO FIVE-BOOM BB1CK HOUSES
X on G at. a.e.. $1,400 each. a bargain.
Three Frame Houses on E st. a. w.; $2,850; cheap.
Two Six-room Brick Houses, 3d at s.w.; $2,100
each. good for investment.
Call between 7 and 12 a.m. or 5 to 0 p.m.
ocl8-3t U. L. BOYER, 313 4H St. s.w.
~LX>B HALE?OOBNEB HOUSE, 921 O ST. N.W.,
X corucr O and Columbia sta.. large 11-room house;
iu si lendid ooudition; rents for $ti."> per month. This
houae Is a bargain at the price we oflerit; will sell lor
SWORMSTED1 A BRADLEY.
**? 1 H-tlt yaf y gt. n.w.
t
,?Uli BALE UK ItEN'l?A UbAUililL Liiii.E
Hoiue within a block ol Dupont circle. Rent, $35.
ttice for sale, $0,000. Apply CHARLES EARLY,
003 14th at. ocl8-3t
1jH)R SALE- .1123 20th St. n.w.,
1Kb st. bet. K and L I f h., and 2 houses
st*. n.w $30,000 rear $5,000
400 U at. n.w.. b. h., 3328 to 3334 P st n.
m.L, 14r 22,500 w.,f.h 5,000
623 and 025 H st. u w., 1311 list, n.w., f.h.
b.li. A 5 houses r. 22,000 6r 5.000
715 tith st. n.w., b. 230 13H st. s.w., b.h.,
h., m i.. 14r ...18,000 8r. 5,000
616 to 030 Hd. are. 1412 28th at. n.w ,
a.w..b. h 18,000 b.h.. 9r 5,000
221(1 to 2234 Bdv st. 1247 and 1241) Msdi
n w., b.h 10,900 son st. u w., f.li., 4r..
618 I at n.w., b.h.,o ???;?an?l 2 b.h. rear 4,800
500
, ,,500
1314 to 1322 Harri- 113 H at n. e., b. h?
son are. a.e., b. h., 4 7r 4,250
aud5r 12,000 38 and 42 Myrtle st.
1013 10th st n.w.. I i.e., bb., 7r 3.400
b. h..m.i.,10r 12.000 404 and 406 S. Cap.
900 M st. n.w., b.h ,
m.i., 13r 11,000
701 to 709 Farragut
at. n.w., b.h. 9,000
207 O st. n.w., b.h.,
lOr 8.000
1 to 6 alley bet. 12th
and 13th, M and N
sts. 6,000
st .....".3,000
302 9th st. s.e., b.h.,
tir 3. COO
837 to 841 2d st. s.e ,
f.h. 2,400
342 snd 344 M at. a.
w . f.h 2,300
448 I at. a.w., f. h,,
5r ? 1,800
The above is onlv a portion of the property on nxj
bocks. For full Uat call at office for bulletin issued on
tie 1st and loth. loci 5J THOS. E. WAGOAMAh.
FOB SALE?THE BKST BARGAIN ON CAPITOL
Hill, 224 Maryland ave. n.e.; front 39 feet; Im
proved bv a Larve Brick Dwellimr and Brick SUble;
front and rear yard full of fruit and shruiibery; price
$8,000; terms $2,000 cash, balance in 3, 4 and 5
years. Location unexcelled. M M. ROHREB,
ocl8-3t 302 Kaat Capitol st
F" OR SALE?ELEGANT NEW 3-HTORV Bi.ICK
House; lartre closets, heated by furnace and every
modern convenience. Apply to OWNJlB, 1408 15th
st. n.w. oe!8-3t*
F^iili HALE?1754 TO 1762 T HT. -N.W., *IVK
A Frame Dwellings; lota 10^4x100 euch back to alley;
a Kood investment while irround is improviUK1; liberal
deduction if all are taken.
H. CLAY STEWART ft SON,
oel8-6t 1224 F st. n w.
1JK1R SALE?TO INVE8TOBS?EIGHT 5-BOOM
Bricks, water anil sewer, on wide street; lots 12x
1)5; Just finished; $1,000 each; will pay 12 per cent
net; rent for $11. BaBNES A WEAVER,
QClS-lm' 629 F at n. w.
Fir HALE?CHEAP?1816 COROOBAN ST. N.W.,
nine rooms, bath, furnace, bells. Ac.; key at
1814. BUST A HUNGERFORD.
oc!7-3t 624 14th ?t_
PJB SALE-NICE HOME, 11TH ST. N.W., EAST
front, bet. 8 and T; bay window; mod. imps.;
brick, in thorough repair, occupied by owner, lot 17x
9;> to public alley; only $3.000; one-third caah.
QCl7-2f O M BRYANT, 516 9th st. n.w.
J,'OR rtALE?CHEAP?<HKiD BRUiM FRAME
ddu'
ocl7
IX)R SALE?CORN ER HOUSE, TWO SQUARES
from liupont circle: $1Nl500.
ocl7-3t* ADDISON A LABCOMBE, 1304 F st.
House, new tin roof, 9th near C a.e., lot 19)4xll&;
i't fail to see it; only $2.000, eaay terms.
cl7-2t? O. M. BRYANT, i>16 9th st n.w.
F>R SALE-HANDSOME. WELL-BUILT BESl
dence 1524 6th st. n.w.; two-story'and concreted
cellar basement, nearly new; buildiuir 19x50; lot
19X100 ; $6,500. JAS. TOOMEV, 615 7th st. n.w.
*>cl7-3t
|X)R BALE-TEN-ROOM BAY-WINDOW B1UCK.
X 907 U st. n.w.; excellent condition and well built;
$4,200; $500 cash, balance to suit: rents for *30
ocl7-3t* JAS. TOOMEY, 615 , th st.
KH>B SALE?T BETWEEN' 13TH AND 14TH NTS.
X U.w., Beautiful New 10-room Brick House, hard
woi d flnisli. lot 18x100 to alley. To au immediate
purchawr, $8,500. B. H. WARNER k CO.. 916 F St.
n w. ocl7-3t
Fob bale-by fish k milleb. 121.1 ntn.*.
A Most Beautiful House on B st bet. 9th and 10th
sts. aw.; press brick trout, bay window. s|>eakin*r
tubes, furnace, kc.. this house has magnificent view
from front w.ndows and contains 11 rooms, all in best
order, and will be aoid at a very low price as owner is
leaving city. ocl6-6t
IX)B SALE?BY FISH A MILLER, 1213 F ST. N.W.
A splendid House on 11 st. s.w. bet. 13th and 14th.
with two Vacant Lots adjoining house; house has 10
rooms with bath, all iu complete order; price low to a
prom pt purchaser. oc ? 6-6t
^VlR SALE-HOUSES.
629. 19th between E and F st*. n.w? 2-story 5-room
Frame House; lot 19x94; $3,000.
6?2. W between 10th and 11 th sts. n.w.. fonr 2-?tory
6-rootu Brick Houses; each $3,000.
631. 3d near I St. n.w.. beautitul location, 2-itory
Brick Dwelling; $3,250.
820. 3d between E and F sts. n.e., several new 2
story Brick Dwellings, 6 rooma, bath and cellar, de
sirable property; each $3,600.
822. M est side 5th lietween G and H sts. n.w., 8
rooms and bath. Bnck Dwelling. $5,H00.
677. list. u.w. between 24th aud 2.">th sts., four 2
story Bricks. 6 rooms; tor all $8,000.
823. 7tb between l> aud Eats, s.w., 2-story Brick, 6
rooms and store; $8,5oo.
642. Corner R aud 19th sts. n.w., 10-rooin Brick
Dwelling, elegantly finished; $12,0O0.
titf8. Vermont avenue between K and L sts. n.w..
Brick House with elegant lot: $263)00.
622. Corner 27th and K sts. n.w., Brick Store and
Dwelling with Brick Stable in rear; will be aold at a
bargain.
B. H. WABNER A CO..
ocl6-3t 916 Fat. n.w,
*, OR BALE-BY FISH A MILLER. 1213 F *t. n.w.
3 Very Neat 7 room Brick Houses, all mod. imp.,
on H st. bet. 6th aud 7th n.e.; will bo sold at tlie very
low pricc of $2,800 each, or $8,000 for all; rents lor
$18.50 each pvrjuontb, over 8 per cent investment
oclO-Ot
I- XIR SALE - BAY-WINDOW BBICE. 8 ROOMS
and bath, mod. imps.; 21 feet front ? also Side Lot
21 feet front. Boundary l>et. 14th and i">tli sts. n.w.;
$5,250. Inquire Dr. H. M. BENNETT, 617 F u.w.
ocl6-3t*
IX)R KALE-HOUSES AND LOTS IN MOUNT
1 Pleasant J. B. HEBTFORD,
orl6-3m 1419 G st
LHllt sai.E BEAU 11ELL NEW HOUSE. 1313 T
I at. u.w.. 4 rooms deep; three stories and cellar;
bay window; (urnace, latrcbe and open fire places;
handsomely finished; lot 1 00 feet deep to alley. Cash
$2,500; $.>0 a luonth. Will sell below price to Im
mediate purchaser, or will reut. JOHN O. JOHNSON,
92h F at. ocl6-lw
IJHIB SALE-BY FISH k MILLEB, 1213 F at n.w
A Beautiful House on P bet. 9th and 10th n.w ; 10
n suns; lun d imp ; all iu fine condition; is oflered at
a very low figure and is a bargain. ocl8-l!t
1X)R BALE-NEW 7-ROOM BlUCK, NOBH SIDE
Waliach place: only $.'>.000; small cosh payment
balance monthly. J. It HEBTFoRD, 1419 G st. 0I6-6
F'OR 8ALE-THE FOIJ.OWINO BARGAINS:
436 I at U.W., Bra. and bath. $4,500
2026 G st n. w., 12ra^ lot 2oxl20. alley 7.500
H at., bet. 20th and 21at, 12ra., lot 20x116,
alley 8,i>00
1903 F at., Mrs. 2 bath, lot 27x120. alley.... 9 500
Gat., near 19th. lOrs., new. furnace, alley ... 9,000
Fine double houae, large mrounda, in best part
of Georgetown. lSrs.. bath, cellar, all mod
imps., lot 66x150, house cost more than
price aakad. 12,000
16th at, near Q, east front, 8rs. an?l bath, lot
22.6x115 to alley 10,000
L st near 16th at.. 9ra., suble 8,500
11.1, ave. uear 14th st.. Ore., lot 20x110 6,500
North side of T st, bet 13th and 14th sts., ele
gant new house, 9rs.. bath, furnace 9.500
10th at. a.e., 3ra., lot 20x105 to 20 ft alley... 1.6O0
10th st S.S., 12n.. lot 27x105 to 20 ft. aUey.. 3,500
ocl6-3t GEO. W. L1NK1NB. 19th andH sta.n.%.
1?OB SALE-BY FISH A MILLAR, 1218 F at n.w.
A Beautitul New Brick House on 2d at bet B aud 0
a.e, containing 9 rooma; all mod. imp.; this is a
charming home for a little mouey. ocl6-6t
1?OB SALE?DOUBLE BRICK DWELLING. 3
stories, lw rooma, every convenience, large stabls;
lot 36x138 feet 10th st,. near Mass. ave.
e21-lm TH08. J. FISHAB k CO.. 1324 Fst n.w.
I^OB BALE-ON TWENTY YEAB8* TIME?WE
have a fit Hoosea, well located, northeast, that wa
can sail on aiuall caah ^jrmanta, balance monthly for
a period
onrofflo .
*28-1 m
1,MALE?AT A BABU AIM? 1 HE NEW HO OSS*
2016 O st near .'0th at and Dupont irtrels; mod
SOME VEBY ATTRACT*
- 7-TO
sts. m.a. at
6 and 7-room HouwsonMrtn^
oc3-im aj^ty^
FOR SALE-HOUSES.
FOB BALI ? TWO-STOBY AND BA6IUNT
House,*even room*; B ll n* bet 3d umI 4U> Ma ?
ourTabo. a. p. ra^V i32? f .t oeib-m *
raBALE^A BARGAIN IN A NEW, HAND
??Jli\n?1!H. .Brk-k on B it. bet 13th Hid 14th
? ? ? ? "VW WIVA UH wru iOUl urn itw
o. w. Lot 20x100 feet to allar. This la on* of the
b?*t location* la city. if eold la a few dm prtc*
?11.000. b.c.hill.
ocltt-3t* 8th and Fata.
FOB SALE-BUSINESS PBOPEBTT AMD BE8I
dence of Thirteen Booma: all modern improve
ment*; on 14th at near B.; lot 60*120 to 20-foot
alley; two atora room*. Ianre hall and dweUlnc; rented
now for (136 per month (round alone worth
$20,000; price $20,000; aaajr term*.
HERHON ft BAMEY.
oclS-3t 1307 F at n.w.
PJB SALE?CHOICE RESIDENCE IK VODXT
Pleasant, houae 12 rooraa and bath: modern im
Covemeiit*; stable; ample ground*; treaa and ahrub
ry; In excellent condition.
oc 1 a-flf BENJ. P. PA Via. 1319 Fat
F>B BALE?2D ST. NEAB P ST. U.K. 8-8TORT
and Baaement 7-room Hotlae: Papered througb
ont all modern improvement* and chaan; terma to
st*t. $3,700. Apply to CHALMEBB ft VOORH EES,
ocl4-5t 1418 F at n.w.
FOB, SALE?MODERN BRICK DWELLING, MIX
(rood-nixed rooma and bath room; all mod. linpa.;
centrally located: convenient to Penaion ufflre, In
terior Dept. and General P. O. Dept. Price *.Y.>00.
ae7-?w* TYLER * RUTHERFORD, 1807 F ?tn.w.
FOB SALE?ATTBACTIVE BOMS JU8T BEYOND
Boundary and convenient to street cars; new
bouae; 9 rooms; reception hall, bath room and
cemented cellar under whole houae; nicely decorated;
beated by steam and complete in every particular;
street paved, sewered and lighted: corner lot: flowers,
fruit trees planted. For price, terma and card to ln
apect apply to TYLEB * RUTHERFORD. 1307 F at
ae7-6w*
FIB SALE?3025 N ST.. AN ELEGANT 16-BOOM
Residence, suitable for an Army or Navy officer or
Member of Congre**; heated by hot water: two bath
rooms and all other modern improvement*. Price rea
sonable. W. RILEY DEEBLK. 1319 F st. ocl2tnol
TX>R SALE?HOMES ON EAST TEBM8. WE WILL
I build a lew comfortable cottage* for parties on ad
dition to Brook land. Call at once ana make your
choice, as number la limited. This la an opportunity
you should not mlsa if you want a pleasant horns. J.
F. BA 1CHKLDEB ft A. M. AlcLACHLEN. Trustee*,
1215 F st. n.w. ocl'J-ttt
ISoR SALE?911 18TH ST. N.W., SPLENDID 3
Story and Basement Brick House, containing 12
rooms, 2 bath rooms, Ac. Newly papered and painted
throughout; plumbing, range and furnace have all
been put in perfect order. Price, *11,000. BE ALL,
BROWN A CO., 1321 Fat oc2-im
l>OK BALE?THE LARGE DOUBLE HOUSE, 1701
I Mass. ave.; twenty-two looms, lanre hails, pan
tries, two bath rooms and basement cellar; this bouae
is new, has a laive frontage, is conveniently built well
adapted to entertaining and is in one of the most fash
ionable sections of Washington; price $33,000 JOHN
SHERMAN A CO- 1407 Fit. se28-lm
I Mill 8ALL?#200 CASH,BALANCE ON 20 TEAKS'
time. Conitortable 0-room House; mod. imp*.;
why not obtain a home? SWOKMSTEDT A BKAD
LEY, 927 F st oc6-lm
FOR SALE-FINE RESIDENCE ON C ST. N.E.,
114, one square from the Capitol; 12 large
rooms, bath and store rooma: In perfect condition:
lot 20x108 to T alley; cheap at AO.oOO. For permit
apply to THOS. G. HENSEY A CO.,
se'Jl-lm 1300 F st. nw.
FOR SALE?CHEAP-1223, 1225. 1225)4 AND
1227 Wylie st. n.e., 5-room Bricks; mod. imps.;
rent for $4atj; price $4,000.
THOS. O. HF.NSEY A CO.,
se20-lm 1800 F at. n.w.
FOR SALE ? MISCELLANEOUS
FOR 8ALE-A STYLISH NEW LONG-CLOTH
w r?p. handsomely Trimmed, can be bought for lit
tle more than half original coat. Can be seen or will
send for inspection by addressing M.A M . Star of
fice- oc!8-2t*
V<>1' HALE-SHOTGUN, 8 BORE. C. G. BONNE- i
A hill, London, Damascus steel, far-killing, top snap,
pistol ?rrip, extension rib. rebounding locks, and all
mod.imps.: almost new; cheap. Apply 3416 M st. 1*
PiR 8ALE-ONE ELEGANT SET OF BED~B0OM
Furniture, Book Case and Desk, Handsome Side
board, Dining Room Furniture and Kitchen Utensils
and other furniture- complete lor housekeeping in
piece or together. Address M.E.M., Star office. ocl6-a*
tX)K SALE-CHEAP-A SECOND-HAND FIRE^
X proof safe. has combination lock, round corners
and modern improvements; will sacrifice to prompt
buyer; cash or time. Address Box 13. Star offlca.
oclo-'^t
5- WEINBERG, 015 1ST N. W .
X 1,000 Stoves of all kind*. Will be sold at halt
priee ^all immediately. ocl8-6t*
J^OR 8ALE?A FINE HORSE, BCGGT AND
Harness cheap; to be seen at the Riding Academy,
cor. Pand 22d st*. n.w. ocl8-3t
FOR SALE?AT A BARGAIN-SEVEBAL GOOD
"agon or Cart Horaes Apply at Ebbitt Houae
stables, cor. 13)4 and C at*, n. w. ocl8-4t*
"POR SALE-SIX 16-FT. COUNTERS WITH WALl
^lU 8611 *ery low price. Apply B. J.
BeHREND ft BON, 818 7th *t. n.w. ocl8-3t
F'OR SALE- HOUSh HOLD PUBNITUBE. IN
qnlre 8.17 9th st n.e. ocl7-3t*
IjHiii SALE?GOOD SOUND YOUNG HORSE;
very gentle. OTTO HUBEK, Diovers' Re*t Stable,
cor. 1 ^tli st. and Ohio ave. n w. ocl7-3t*
X^OK SALE-FINE HAMBLETONIAN MAUI. 15.3
X nigh; hide-liar Buggy, Harness, hobos. Whip. Ac.;
no further use snd do not intend to winter. Can after
5 p.m. 612 A st. s.e. ocl7-2t?
F'R ?ALE-A ROSEWOOD CASE PIANO; GOOD
tone; in thorough good order; *75.
... ? PFEIFFER A CONLIFF.
sel 4-2m 514 11th st. n.w.
1j?OB SALE?A PARTY LEAVING THE CITY DE
sires to sell a ltt-ft Counter with a Patent Cash
^?wer: cheap. Inquire of Mr. LEVY, 814 F st n. w.
oc X 7*?it
FOR SALE-JUST ARRIVED?16 HEAD OF
Horses from West Viryinia; among them are Good
lMiversand Dratt Horses; also two Saddle Ponies,
thorough!)' broken and suitabie for ohildreu to ride or
drlvf? Stable* in rear 612 G st n.w.
_oc!7-0t J. W, YATES k BON.
Fill 8ALE-A NO. 14 BOT-AIB FtTRNACE AND
40 leet of Pipe, used one month: will *ell foe one
nsn wliat it cost, as I have steam heat. A. 8. CAY
WOOD, Odd 9th at n.w. ocl7-3t*
F^OK SALE?HANDSOME ST. BKBNARD DOG, 9
months old, and oue St. Bernard Pup; both pedi
irrt'e*! doya. 1 M*2U Penna. e.re. ocl7-iU
ii"'" SALb-A HANDSOME KENTUCKY-BRED
t>*y lione; 16 hand*-, suitable for brougham or
*OUI"1- Applyict,71;?l"
FSS CARBIAGE, BOOK CASE,
Writing Desk, Bedstesd, I hair, and Other Furni
"oc!"?'C 11 S *t. n.w. alter 5 p.m.
I^OKSALtUA STAGE, OR BUSS; SEA IS 12 PEO
A pie; i* in good condition; also a set of double har
ness, used by Mt Vernon hotel, Baltimore. Md.. where
**I1'ec?11 ? seen^; abargain for some one. ocld-dt
HaLE-A COLUMBIA LIGHT KOAD8TEB
? bsfety Bicycle in perfect condition; not ridden
??? ** GEO. 8. ATWATElt k
l^lOra. ave. n.w. o<,16-.*}t*
U'O" SaLE-TCHEAP-A VERY LABGE ENGLISH
A Mastiff Dog; two years old; ol correct maikings
and c^lor; full pedigree. Inquire at MYERS' HOI hL,
Penna. ave. between 4H and Oth at*. ocl6-4t*
*,OK SALE?0:<t MEDIUM-SIZED BAY HOUSE,
I six years old; sound aud verj" -tvilsh; pric* $96; a
Call and see him. HENRY DAVIS, rear
1 < lo 14tii wt. n.w. qc|
L,VJ,VSAL.. -House ulaNli^lbFRukt AtouClu
A I be best oi tfie iot is the Fine Fawn-col
ored dorae Blanket for street use. Ha* a Red-*triped
bjirder. leather fastenings, steel buckle snd cut to fit
??i ?r at ^1*? i"w i rice of each.
The Baker Patent Horse Blanket is here at len than
its usual price. $4.60.
(Fourth floor; take elevator.)
^... WOODWARD A LOTHROP,
oc* ;m Cor 11th and F*U.n,w.
IVj!1' sALE-JU T ARi.lVtD .iwjiSi-S, AJluNG
* tl'en' some une Coupe Drivers and Draft also 2
?' Uori,e* ? 3 Mules. SCHLEGEL A Ol'IG
LE1. in rear of 933 D st. n.w. wl^Of I
FOB SALE-PIANO BARGAINS^
To make room for new stock we offer?
7-octavo Chlckering Piano, rosewood case.... $150
A Co. Piano, rosewood .."..'...90
"tave Kunbe h Co. Piano, roaewood....
^?octave Grtjventcen & Fuller Piano, rottewood! !!*14U
i)i*ocUve AicC'tuutuoii Pituo. rosewood.. loO
7.1-octave liailett A l>avi8 Piano, rosovoud!
7-octave Stein way f bona Piano, rouewood... "IV/450
' ^ 80118 ^llo? roaewood 3*>o
^ r< or bought at from
$o to $10 per month, and exchanged for new Instru
ment* at any time. I
.. EbWAllD F DROOP. 1>25 Penna. ave..
__oc 15-0t Sole Agents for Steinway llano*.
Iron SALE?BARGAINS IN GOOD PZABoTfoB
iHyiunern:
One e octave, iierfect order, nice tone *75
One OM octave. isJi-fcct order, sweet tone " J90
One < octave. go>*l order, flue tone *JoO
-?rf kIT tbv "b"vt *re t?l as represen ted and
will be taken in exchange at any time for a fluor in
strument. Handsome stool and cover goea with each.
pa;dIfor"ie,'U ?*ly *5 d?WU EUJ * mollUl tdl
" THE PIANO EXCHANGE,
_ocls U13Pennsylvania ave.
V?R "ALE OR EXCHANGE-ONE BAY HOKbO
X years old. Will sell or trade and pay boot for fast
Ohio v".1*8' EUU1T'-r HOUSE Stable*, 13** and
I>OU8ALE- "
u? h..CAKlIA9E s CARRIAGES. CABRIAGEB.
rte have on hand a line assortment of Platform aud
Perch ltockawaya, Brouybauii and other atyles at low
?M. WALTER'S SONS,
One Platform Express Wagon, our own 'make."'lie
painiirf in all braxtchea. oc;")-liw*
Im SALE?SHOPWORN WHEELS AT $60: $10
. ^owu $?> p?r month. These wbee.a sold at
the CLARK CY< LE CO..
oc3-3w 90S 1'euusylvauia ave.
K2"NEn AS8ORTMENT~0P-hInd:
X M ADL Carriages. Day tons and Business Wagous.
at prices lower .hiui factory work; vehicle* taken on
storage. A. H. GREGORY, cor. N. Y. ave. and Oth lit
u-w- oc2-lm
VORSALE-A FIRST-CLASS COUPE BOCKAWAY
XX)R BALE?SPECIAL. " ?
JC BRADBURY UPRIGHT PIANOS,
$10 Monthly 1 aynienta.
PALACE ORGANS,
to Monthly Pay men ta.
oc1* P. o. SMITH, 1225 Peao. ave.
FOB BAI^?ENCYCLOPEDIAS?BUB80IIB1
?noWkffT thB 06,1: 8>00<) coP'?? sold in Uds at^
sour children now coniiaeuciiue school netni it Kj>hH
Kft&SSSt ?A->-Wgjg!
tlve coat) from one hundred aud fifty ttrat-claaa Cxr
WSXi?U"ie* Pa"toU*- <***- ^Ux* ottSr
DAYTON 8 BXDCCXD TO $72 50
_ocL2-1?
KS2.?rLnI^RKIAOIa' *AGON8 AND BCfG
F
? wlH lm*
right* in mahogany, and toiatrof - ?
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS
LOE SALE OB UOIim-BAMAIHl-HAl
?? a
atylaa. both new and eeoond-hand. for Hire or Sato.
w. r. on,
Maw Talk Ourtw wi Hamea
*20 4W
P)K SALE - CARRIAGES; BUT MAKERS,
lanreet atosk, jmtMl wMr. loweet plicae aoath
of ?w York. ekJwnky-s iikW carriage AND
HARNESS REPOSITORY. L. bat. 18th and lftheta..
Waahlurton. dT C. ljS-tr
IX>B SALE ? THE "OTTO" OAS ENGINE BE
qairea no boUar. avoids all rxpaoatre atiendane*;
bo loaa of Urn*: aehaodUataf foal. Sand for drcalar
aadprtoellat. D. BALLAUF. As*t. 78i 7th at. a!2-tr
MONEY TO LOAJV
Money to loam in labor and small sums I
on approved real estate aecurity at 5 and 6 par
oant; obaigaa moderate. R. H. T. LEIPOLD,
oelR-lm a.w. cor. 13th and Fsta aw.
$50?,0?0ffi?f^IfSfJ tfZSZS
cant. No delay. Larva loaaa a epecialty.
beallbkown * oo,
oc 18-3m 1321 Fat.
nnA TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT
?OvtvvU 5 and 0 per cant par annum. Node
Ufa. L STAhOAKDTER.
Baal Xatats, Loaaa and (nauranoa,
sel4-3m 813 15th at. a.w
likO nnn TO loan on capitol hill |
V?W|VUv property in any auma.
M. M. BOHBEB.
ocl7-lm 80ii East Capitol at.
MOSEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED REAL ESTATE
JH. eecurtty In Dlatrict: real aetata not** boufht
, ? , . B R. HAIOHT. 1210 F au.
ocl2-lm The Real Aetata Exchange.
R
1CH A CO.. BANKERS.
?13 15TH ST.
LOANS AND DISCOUNTS A SPECIALTY.
'INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS.
oclg-lui
Money to loan
IN SUM8 TO SUIT.
,v? ?? from $:,ob UPWARDS,
ON APPROVED REAL ESTA1E SECU RITY.
B. H. EARNER A CO..
ooll-2m y 16 F at. n.w.
Money to loan "
IN SUMS FROM $500 UPWARD.
AT THE LOWEST RATE OF INTEREST
ON
REAL ESTATE 1J| THIS DISTBICT,
U. O. HOLTZMAN.
0C7 Corner 10th aud Y *t*. n. w.
WE DESIKE TO LOAN BMWEEN IBIS AND
January 1.1890, on improved real aetata In this
city,
ONE MILLION DOLLARS,
in auma of from $2. OUO to $20,000. Intereeton loan*
of $10,000 and ov<r 5 per cent, leea than $10,000 6
per reut. Prompt attention to all application*.
oc.Vltti SWOBMMTEDT A BRADLEY. U27 Fat
MONEl lO LOAN IN LA HOE AND SMALL
Hums at Lowrat Rate* on Keel Eatate Security.
1 wo auuia of $4,500 aud $:i.5tHi at 5 per cent.
oc2-3in HUTCH IKS, RULELEY A OO.. 1405 Fat.
DO YOU WANT MONEYf-$10 TO $500 TO LOAN
at low interest on Furniture. Piano*. Horaea,
Wa^fous. Hoaehold Oooda or other peraonal property;
principal and mtereat payable in weekly or monthly
payment a. No removal of irooda from reaidence. No
pulicity. Box US, Star office. ee30-lm*
M??S SLoS? MTAnt uf*c,u 1
AUSTIN P. BROWN,
Real Eatate aud Loana,
1410 F at. n.w..
ae28-3m ulover Buiiilimr.
5
EAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
SAFE AS V. A BONDS.
SIX PER CENT. PAYABLE OUARTEBLE
IN SUMS $100 TO $1,000.
SMALL PREMIUM CHARGED.
$15,000?To loan
10,000
"500 ?K REJlL ESTATE
"'500 1*211 THOS. E. WAOOAMAN.
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE?AVE HAVE IN
Caah $.>0,000 to Lean on Approved Security in
auma of $500 aud upward, no delay.
ee20-liu FISH A MILLER. 1213 Fat. n.w.
T'-O LOAN ON IMPROVED CITY BEAL ESTATE?
$10,000, $4,000 and $3,500 at ti per ceut: com- I
uiiaaion 2 percent. GtO. W. L1NE1NS, lUtli and H
?ta. ae20-lin
Money to loan at lowest rates un Ap
proved Real Eatate Security. Lar?re amounta ?
apecialty. Alao, aa A*enu of the United Security In
aurauce Co., of Philadelphia, In aoma to ault. to be
repaid on inatalliuent plan, with or without tile in
aurauce. Pay menu to run 5. 10.15, or 20 yeara.
F. H. SMITH A SON.
Jel 7-6m 1222 Fat.
Money to loan in sums to suit, at 5 and I
8 per cent, on real eatate aecurity.
FRANK T. UAWLINOS. 1506 Pa. av?.
Ml i -3m (The Arlington Fire Iua. Co.'a office.)
Money to loan
On Approved Real Eatate Security, In Dlatrict of
Columbia. In any atuua desired, at low eat ratea of m
teraat. THOS. J. FiSHEB A CO.,
ael 7 1324 F at. n.w.
BffONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT LOW.
Jl eat ratea of lntereet. BEALE A HARRIS, 1324
F *t. n.w. ael2-3m
Money to loan on real estate secub
ity within the Dlatrict ofColumi>la at lowest
ratea. OtO. W UNEINS,
sell-3m 19th aud H eta. n.w.
O.NET TO LOAN ON REAL E8TATE AT LOWEST
ratea of lntereet. alao on other approved security.
THOS. O. HENSEY M CO.. Banker*.
au3-3m 1300 F at. u.w.
Money to ioak on real estate or fibst
claaa security, at loweet rateeof lntereet. no delay
where the aecurity la good.
_fl? O. C. UREEN. 303 7th at n.w.
HfONEY TO LOAN. IN HUMS OF $50a $1,000
ill to $10,000, on Approved Real Eatate Security, at
5 and 0 per cent. JOHN SHERMAN A CO. Jylb-Soi
Money to loan
In auma to ault, at loweet raUa on approved real
eatate aecurity. FITCH. FOX A BROWN.
o20 1437_Pennaylvai.ia_ avenue. _
ONBT TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT LOW
eat Ratea.
WASH'N DANENHOWER.
ap24 Sncceeaor to DANENHOWER A h'JN, 1116 Fat.
M
Opening Of Furs And Wrapb
Juat returned from New York with a larye aupply of |
Ladle*' Fur* and Wrapa.
Shoulder Capea In Mink. Persian, Marten, Aatrachan
and Monxey Fur.
Trlmmiiur in every variety of Fur.
Fluab Jacket*. Shoulder Cat>o? and Sacquea.
SEALSKIN CAPES. JACKETS and SACQUE8. In
Alaaka bkrna, Loudon Dye.
W1LLETT A RUOFF,
aul9-3m Wii Pennaylvania ava.
Gent's Suits {Scoured
AND PRESSED FOR $L
Coata, 50c.; Pant*, 25c.; Veata, 25c. Altering and
Repairing done in beat manner. Good* called for and
delivered Telephoue call 143-2,
K. L HAHN. 705 t?th at n. w,
au2 12*JU 32d Mi,. We*: WuHbinvton.
j^>ltt.PARE iOU AlMhK.
Latrobea. Heating Stove* and Rangea at low prioae
at
OARTKELL'S. 815 7TH 8T.
A Nice Latrobe to heat two rootna for $20.
Repairing promptly done.
Houae FiiruiahiUKa, Oratea and Brick. ae28-lm
Attention, Sportsmen.
Great Bimim In Breech-loading Rifle* and Breech
loading Double-barrel Shot (iuu*. All the favorite
makes. 20 per cent dlacount on all grade*.
M. A TAPPAN.
oold-lw* 1013 Peunaylvania are. n.w.
Sullivan's Clerk Let Out.
Judge Baker iaaued ? writ of babeaa corpus
yesterday for the release of Henry Stolten- 1
berg, Alexander Sullivan's clerk. 8toltenberg
waa released at noon, a* be is wanted merely aa
a witness in tbe Cronin jnry bribery case.
The work of securing a jury in the Cronin rase
waa resumed yesterday. Twenty-nine venire
men were examined, twenty-six excused for
cause, one challenged peremptorily by tbe de
fense. one by the state and one paaaed tem
porarily.
Tbe Blilllon-Dollar Enrollment Fund.
The whole of last night's session of the Epis
copal board of missions, New York, waa occu
pied with a full discussion of the subject of the
million-dollar enrollment fund. Mr. Burgwin
of Pennsylvania offered on behalf of the com
mittee appointed for that purpose at the last
meeting a resolution "That tbe board of man
agers deal with the money now on band as fol
lows: Upon the demand of any subscribers
the sums subscribed by them be returned by
the division treasurers at any time until one
year shall have lapsed, and then the board
shall feel at liberty to appropriate the balance
for the advancement of missiou work in the
church according to their best judgment." The
enrollment fund was started six years ago, and
now proves a failure, some $85,000 having been
contributed. The resolution waa adopted.
Foreign Notes of Interest.
Emperor Wilhelm and the empress paid a
farewell visit to the mother of the emperor.
Their majesties left for Milan last night, pro
ceeding by way of Munich and the Brenner
pass.
The copyrights of Boaeieaalt's plays were
sold at auction yesterday in London. "Lon
don Assurance" broaght ?167; "Flying Scud,"
?50; "Arrah-Ne-Pogue," ?153; "Lone Strike,"
?42; "After Dark, ?T0; "Formosa/* ?54, and
the others small sums.
The pope Is going to reoeiva, on Sunday next,
a company of 2.000 French workmen, who are
ooming on a pilgrimage tothe Vatican.
Mrs. Kate Guilford of Williaasport, Pa.,
three mouths umitM, has gone off with a
handsome man.
Emerson's body has been incloeed in a uew
wooden box, and will probably be still further
protected by a stone easing before It is agate
buried.
Wesley Yeuua. the demented Baltimore actor,
seventy-six years old, is lost in Mew Tort.
Philadelphia's suit against the Western Union
telegraph company to recover liniaii bee of tl
a pole and tlSon eaehJuile of wire forthe
years 1896-6-7-6 ended in n verdict far Ike
city, in the United States circuit oourt. far
?lima *
The reported epidemic in the torn of
typhoid fever in the vicinity of Aurora, W. Ta.,
tarns out to he nothing worse then badeetde
Within the peetf _
?*,966,461.64 of her
CITY AND DISTRICT.
?^No city in the world is so thoroughly
covered by the circulation of a single newa
P?P?r as to the city of Waahington by that of
Tn Erumio Stab. It mcbn all reader* in
the city and vicinity. It nrrart to its ctrcuia
?ok. No other Washington pa pel has yet done
thia.
THE CONFERENCE UNDER WAT.
Tfce Maritime Concrete Oettli| Fairly
Down to
I discussed at trr nasio* today?mi
"rulrs OF TU road" ar sea?different
?Trrin of iuiiiukit?kotuli iu at
Tn OOKFERERCE.
At the international maritime eoaference
yeeterday after Tn Stab*, report cloeed Mr.
Hall proposed an amendment to aection A of
article I intended to make pronsion for modern
men-of-war that do not carry foremanU. It
w** r"*?'Ted that the chair appoint a commit
tee on light* and a committee on sound signal*.
Article 4, providing for lights on towing steam
ers, was read. It stipulates that sach steamers,
wLen towing another Teasel, shall, in addition
to their tide lights, carry two bright white
lights, one over the other, not less than three
j feet apart Mr. Hall moved that the distance
between thee* white lights shall be not less
than six feet This motion was approved by
the delegates from Germany and Denmark,
but without a vote the conference adjourned!
today's session.
The conference met at 10 o'clock this morn
ing and resumed the consideration of the "rules
i of the road." Article 5, which was under dis
cussion yesterday, was again taken up. and the
i beR*n *? offer Amendments. Mr.
Hall of Great Britain proposed one to sub-sec
tion A to ttie effect that the lights carried at
night by the vessels enumerated in that clause
be placed 6 feet apart instead of 3, and that
they carry two black ball* bv dav instead of
three. This started the ball rolling, and the
propositions poured in thereafter at a rapid
less formality today.
The formality of dress, which was yesterday
leas than on Wednesday, waa thia morning
?till more diminished. Instead of the long
coats the members wore cutawav* and short
jackets. They sat less stiffly in their chain
and chatted between speeches somewhat more
rreely. There were not as many delegates
present, some of those who Yesterday occupied
seats around the wall being' absent. A l?rge
chart HDowing the main 8teamt*hip routes acroh
the Atlantic had been placed on the wall.
THE FOLLOWINO ADDITIONAL DELEGATE*
to the conference were reported by the secre
tary: Austro-Hungary, Lieut 8. de la Cerda,
heretofore credited to Germany; Chili, Rear
^ *?1 And Lieut Hichardo Peunsocv
Chilian navy. ^
MOTIONS carried.
Mr. Hall suggested that 100 copies each of
suggestions of changes to the "rules of the
road ' be printed for the use of delegates. This
was adopted.
Mr. Goodrich remarked that vesterday he
asked that the "rules of the road" as adopted
,7 England, with the changes made by the
Lmted States, be printed. This, he said,
needed to be done with great care, and he
therefore moved that a committee of three be
appointed to take charge of the work and that
the scope of hia motion be enlarged to include
changes made by all countries from those in
force in the United States. Thia was adopted
?u ' t*??<lrieh submitted a resolution to
the effect that all proposed changes be made
known by handing to the secretary, in writing
or in print, the entire article to De amended,
with the parts to be omitted crossed out and
the parts to be inserted in italics. This was
agree to after an interpreter bad translated it
in French. He did it with some freedom of
style. using explanatory idioms that aided the
general understanding.
"UNDER WAT."
Capt Selveson made some remarks in fairly
good Engliah to the effect that the phrase
"under way," used in article 6, is difficult to un
derstand in foreign languages and suggested
that a general definition or term be given for
the elimination of all doubt
Delegate Goodrich thought this a good plan
and threw out the idea that the new reguUtious
be prefaced by a definatory article. He quoted
the American law on the subject of the mean
ing of this term, and Mr. Hall supplemented
tii* information bv a few words about the En
glish law. The latter, he aaid, is brief and to
the point, defining a ship "under wav" to be
one not actually moored by her anchors or
other lines. The moment she begins to raise
her anchor she is "under way. This view
met with general approval around the board,
although one of the Teutonic delegates thought
that the words should be held to mean "under
headway," but this was not favored.
RULES or THE ROAD.
The president announced the committee of
three to take in hand the work of preparing
for printing the "Bulea of the Boad'?aa they
now stand, together with differences between
those of the various nations, as follows: Dr
Sieve-King of Germany, Mr. Frederick William
Vernly, Slam, and Mr. Tsunkahara, Japan
CaDt. Shackford moved to strike out article
7 from the rules and Capt Malmberg of Sweden
gave the proposition his second. This article
is intended to permit small vessels in bad
weather to take their side lights on board and
show them only on approach of a vessel.
Delegate Hall opposed the change, saving
that the article only applied in bad weather,
and was to apply onlv to veaaclsso small that it
would be difficult to keep ths lights alive.
Capt Shackford thought that vessels so
small that they could not show lights in bad
weather should be kept inside and not allowed
to endanger the safety of others, depending on
the sleeplessness of a man or a boy to exhibit a
light at the proper time.
Mr. Hall said in reply to a question, if small
vessels were not frequently run down because
of not showing lights, that if they were it was
their own fault resulting from carelessness.
They were liable at law for damages in such an
event
That, retorted Capt Shackford, was Just
what he wanted to avoid, the possibility of
carelessness.
riding lights.
Mr. Hall moved to amend article 8, which
provides for the carrying of "riding lights"
by anchored vessels, so as to limit the regula
tion for two lights to ships over 100 feet in
length and for one light to ships less than that
length.
Capt Shackford wanted to know how a ves
sel 600 feet long anchored with two lights could
be distinguished from two short vessels with
one light each.
This situation, replied Mr. Hall, was one that
demanded the exercise of onlv a little beyond
ordinary prudence, and he thought that if a
collision should result from an effort to cut in
between two such lights nnder the idea tfcat
they were on different vessels the master of the
moving vessel would be held guilty of gross
negligence.
fro tYt^ht 'or"1 lia *PPr?v'ng smile
DII711UI STANDARDS OF nAirURIXT.
Mr. Theo Verbruggh of Belgium brought
forth an interesting point in a composite
speech, the first part being In English and the
last part in French. He called the attention of
the conference tothe difficulty that would arise
because of the difference between the standards
of measurement In Belgium, he said, it
was a misdemeanor for any one to use the foot
measure as a standard.and the meter was used,
according to law. He favored a change from
the foot standard to the metric system.
Mr. Goodrich replied that he folly realized
the difficulty of the situation, which would con
tinue until a cosmopolitan system should be
adopted. "That the millenium in that respect
Is near at hand," he continued, "to evidenced
by the assemblage of this eonferanoe of all
nations. He thought that
MO REAL DIFFICULTY
would arise, however, if each legislature should
introduce a translation .of the foot standard
into the new regulations. Ha argued that it
waa not just to shift from the shoulder* of the
meter-using people to those of the foot-using
nations the labor of providing a general
standard.
Capt Menaing of Germany thought that this
trouble oould he avoided bv the insertion of a
metric measurement aide by aide with the foot
In the regulations. Be waa supported
ChiU' bnt Hell threw
the weight of htoinffuenoe with Mr. Goodrich.
DISTINCTIVE UMTS FOB FXLOT ROATS.
Dr. aUFfrXJas, Germany, saads a
& his
1 *? ? whieh would give pilot
as to
to the introduction of an* "optoeos" ia th?
new rule*. He w ? id make them ironclsd and
tBiroitfablt, so that there should ht but ?M
thing for a uilor to do ??'fc r ay o?? rule.
I>r. Suve-Aiug JpreeeaVed a nwutxT ?
WfudntDU.
At t o'clock the KUfmnt"* nlj<<?rw4 M
?Mt iftlB Monday mormug ?? 11 o clock.
Around the Council Tibtr.
Dtlrftk Hall of Otmi Britain i? by far the
moat prominent 6care at the emncil board
Una far. He divides with Mr. Goodrich tke
attention of the confereaoe. and on the words
Of these two all the other* hang. *hrt Mr.
Goodrich naee every eye is turned toward ha
end of the table, aad a* aoon a* be ha* finished
talking the heads, as by one common impulse,
turn in an opposite direction aad look down ta
see what Mr. Hall la going to aay in reply.
Sometime* he make* answer aad sometimes
Ml It is understood that Mr. Goodrich re
cently remarked that Hall waa the oaly man ia
the coming conference of whom he waa afraid,
and it now look* a* though there will be several
interesting passages between three two befota
the conference ends. Mr. Hall ia endowed
with all the grace* of a conservative
parliamentarian, extreme oourtesy of debate,
a perfect English mauncr. and a soft. insinuat
ing. rising inflection, followed by a quick fall
of tone in hi* sentence* at the eud of a period.
When be is thinking or listening his face is m
repose, without very much expression. But
when he rise* to apeak M* face light* up with a
smooth smile that always mark* the same hues
and never goe* beyond a general beam of
diplomatic courtesy. His face is perfectly
smooth but for a verv light fringe beside hie
ear*. A slight double chin, a straight noee
with a square end. a straight-cut mouth, sanrty
eyebrow*, brown hair *nd light blue eyes make
a pleaaing and attractive face. A well-inodu
lated voioe. trained to use in the hall* of W est
miniater. and a well-selected dictioa furniak
him with good material for a telling
speech. He doe* not strike svark*
with his arguments, does not hit blows
that penetrate all at once, nor bear down op
position with re?istlei*s foroe. but he rathef
ask* if thing* are not true, if they arc Dot reas
onable, it *uch and such pro|>onitiou* are not
logical He carrie* conviction more by the In
fluence of a syni|>athcUc appeal to the reaaoa
of hi* hearer* than by decisive strokes. He
seems to accomplish hi* object ju*t a* well ia
hi* own way a* do more rigorou* *p?>?keru.
There i* a quiet lorce ui hi* words that tells ia
the end.
His colleague. Admiral Sir R. Mnlyneux. t
C.B.. ha? not yet spoken to the conference, aud
does not seem likely to ilo so. His double chin
i* much more pronounced than that of Mr.
Hall, and hia side wtusker* are darker and
more extensive. He has a retired, convinced,
certain style of listening that might dweourage
an antagonist in a debate and that *liowe
promise of a bull-dog grip in a naval engage
ment.
Prof. Kmntons* Residence Sold.
Trof. S. F. Euiuions hat sold through Thorn aa
J. Fisher A Co., hi* residence, lOii Vermont
avenue, to Mr*. Samuel J. Crawford for
?31,000.
To Organize a National Colored League.
A committee of colored mcu was organized
last eveuing at the headquarters of the Blame
invincible club for the purpose of preparing a
plan of organization of a national colored
league of the United State*. The committee
i* aa follow*: K. H. Gleave* ot South Carolina,
Prof. C. M. Furgu*ou of Tex**. W. C. M*rtiu
of Virginia. W. W. Watnon ?>f North Carolina.
George C. Mason of Louisiana, W. H. Jones of
District of Columbia. Albert t asey of New Jer
sey, U. J. Raymoud ot Mi-souri. Hiram Worthy
of Maryland. H. A. Dawwm and J. M. Town
send of Indiana. K. S. Smith of Florida. C. M.
Cromwell. Perry Carson wa? made temporary
chairman and Bichard A. Dawson of New Jer
sey secretary.
The Death Record.
During th^.twenty-four hours ending at ono*
today deaths were reported to the health office
as follow*: John McNamara. white. 2 years;
Maxey Hancock,white, 16years; Mary E.Farrell,
white. 5 years; Charles Bower*, white, 43 vesrsj
Clotilda Mear*. white. 3 months; l.Jward Gal
lagher, white, 2 months; Patrick Bre< n. white,
6" years; Mary L. ltobinscn. colored. 34 years;
George Norman, colored, 72 years; Hebecca
Bobmson. colored, 27 years; 1 honias Craig,
colored, 73 years.
A Wife's Bill for Dlvorw.
Virgie Quantrell Bros n. by Mr. E. B. Hey,
has filed a bill for a divorce from Perry Brown.
They were married September IS. 1K75. and
she charge* that he became addicted to drink,
treated her with harsnness and brutality, and
finally that, in fear of her life, she was com
pelled to luminous the police, and February 24.
1??7. for the protection ot her children she had
to leave him.
TIIK toi Rrs.
Cocht r* General Tee*.?Chief Jutticr Tfimf
ham and Jtisiuvs Janm aud MotUgtnnery.
Yesterday?Carlagt.Glick; arguedaud ?ubmit
t< d. Dodge agt. Huff; decree remanding case.
United States agt. Cole; on hearing. H. C.
Clabaugh of New York, ou motion of Mr. Coyle,
admitted to the bar.
Pbohatk Com-Jwta' Ctoat.
Yesterday?Estate of Maria B. Craig; proof
of publication ol final notice filed. Estate of
George H.Graham; will filed. EstAte of Patrick
Lynch; executor bonded aud qualified.
Eqcitt VOVHT?Judtf Vox.
Today?Forrest agt. Hvde; J. Maury Dove
made trustee and investment ordered. Wheat
ley Bros. agt. Loe After; sale of notes directed.
Sipperly agt. Sipperljr; trustee's account* rati
tied, hose agt. District; rule ou defendant* re
turnable 22d.
ALEXANDRIA.
Reported for Th* Eveniko Stab.
Political.?The republican convention, a*
anticipated in The star yesterday eveuing,
nominated Mr. John H. Greene, a youiu law
yer of this citv. as its candidate for the house
of delegates, in opposition to Frsnk Hume, the
democratic nominee. The convention was held
at the colored aged home and was called to
order by City Chairman Corber. J. H. Greene
was chairman and W. P. Hall secretary. W es
ton Greene, colored, nominated Magnus Bob
inson, but Greene was chosen by a large
majority, and Bobinson announce* his purpose
to be an independent candidate. Mr. Hume's
friend* are making a thorough canvass.
The Fcnerai of Mrs. Hobert I. Edelin took
place this morning from St. Mary's Catbolio
church. Kev. Father O Kane officiated, and a
throng of the friends aud relatives of the de
ceased attended. The iuterment was made ia
St. Mary'* cemetery.
The Corporation Cocrt ha* concluded the
trial of the suit of Bichard Hockford againat
Wadder* for assault. The jurv found a verdict
for the Dlaintiff and gave him ('25 damages. Gu
a second trial of Hcnrv Price, colored, charged
with hoosebreakiug. the jury found him guilty
of petty larceny and sent him to jail for six
weeks. The previous jury had sentenced him
to the penitentiarv for two year*.
Notes.?Gen. Mahone has been the guest of
Mr. D. K. Wiudsor of this city during a portion
of this week, but made no public address here,
having gone to Culpeper for that purpose.
County Treasurer Harlow has been re-elected
president of the Hendrick* democratic club.
The registers will open their books on the
26th instant to mark change* of residence and
record new voters. Mr. John Clark and Miss
Annie Derby were married in this city last
night at the residence of Mr. J. Cramp, oa
Patrick street
No Catholic* Wanted on That Jury.
The sturdy farmers of County Donegal, Ire
land, are evidently in no humor to be trifled
with by the crown officials in the prosecution
of Father McFaddeu and several of his parish
ioner* at M/uyboro. and if the crown attorney
succeeds in his evident purpoee of obtaining a
jury of twelve Protestants it will not be with
out many unseemly disturbances in the oourt
room. So violent were the protects at the
action of the crown in dismissing every Catho
lic juryman as fast as be appeared that the pro
ceeding* had to be suspended pending the ar
rival of a large foroe of polioe who had been
sent for to preserve order. Two jurymen who
had been accepted by both sides were told to
stand down when the prosecution were in
formed that they were Catholics, and they bo
came so enraged at this treatment that they
stubbornly refused to leave their plaeee. A
platoon of constable* had to eject them from
the court room by force.
Another Catholic, when told to stand down
after baring been accepted, got very maoh en
cited and shouted to the crown attorney that
Father McFadoen had no,share in the killing
of Police Inspector Martin, for whoee murder
Oe stood indicted. He declared that he wee
present aad a* the blow straek which felled
Marten to the earth, and that McFadden had
already escaped from the church aad was a
mils away at the time. The crown at onee or
dered the detention of the man as a witness,
aad thowk he protested then that he really
knew nothing whatever of the <iwinih?iii,
At n banquet given yesterday in Atlanta by
Irish imwlss? Oovoraor Hill an* present
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