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The Evening Star
Branch Offices.
Several Important changes have re
cently been made In The Star branch
Offices. ALI. POSTAL TELEGRAPH
OFFICES are branch otlices of The
Evening Star.
One cent a word for Rooms For
Rent-Rooms and Board?Boarding?
'W anted Help and Situations.
If not convenient to call at main
office with your advertisements leave
them at tie following places:
NOHTHWEST.
K. J. are. and H st. n w.?Stanhope rharmacy.
Coon. are. and L st.?Wood's Drag Store.
Vermont ire. rod I ?t.? Kings Drug Stan.
J4th st. aod R. i. a ve. ? Huddleson's Drug Store.
Sfltb and U sts.? Portner Drug Store.
14th at aod Welling place? Eppls/'s Drag Store.
Jth and T ?te.?Criswelli Drug Store.
Woodward St Lothrop'e? Puetal Telegraph Office.
B. Kann, Sods A Co. ?Postal Telegraph Office.
#1* Ps. are.?Postal Telegraph Office.
?th anil r sta.?Postal Telegraph Offlce.
Sth and B St*. ?Postal Telegraph Office.
C. fc. Capitol?Postal Telegraph Offlce.
City I1''at Office-- Postal Telegraph Offlce.
Columbian Building-Postal Telegraph Office.
Ebbitt House? Postal Telegraph Offlce.
Jenifer Building?Postal Telegraph Office.
RlSgs House? i'osial Telegraph Office.
New \\ iilard's Hotel?Postal Telegraph Office.
National H Jtel?Postal Telegraph Office.
Recent Hotel?Postal Telegraph Offlce.
The Barton Hotel?Postal Tel.-graph Offlce.
Xhe Gordon Hotel?Postal Telegraph Office.
EAST WASHINGTON.
Iltb and Eait Cepltol sts.- Haley's Drug Store.
Ttb and H sts. n.e.?Griffith's Drug Store.
2<l st. and 1'a. are. e.e.?Dobyna Drug Store.
SOUTHWEST.
Poita! Telegraph Offlce?foot 11th at.
GEORGETOWN.
?2d and M sts.?O'Donnell's Drug Store*
?2d and O ats ?O'Donnell's Drug Store.
WANTED?HELP.
MALE.
WANTED-A BARBER AT lTlil PA. AVE. N.W.
oc Saturdays; *2.50 per day. It*
W A NTK1 > 4 OR s GOOD MKX WAITERS AT
oneM f,.r Takoma Hotel. Apply lu o'clock a ta.
L>23 T st. n.w. ij*
R\~. T." ATTEND SODA FOUNTAIN.
HI KI.KLAI S PHAMMAI'Y, 11th and V sts
"" Je20-2t'
n.VMHl-liiu ABOUT 18 YKAKS OLD; MI ST
'I? "u,i wiIUn? to work steady. I. X.
K >-V 13th and ? sts. n.w.. third floor. It*
W >.VTH> KMll.XEKR fOI STEAM LVU.VIMtY;
must have first or second-class license; one un
.-Hiding machinery preferred. WEST EXD
LAI M>R1. I239 Ufa, ave. n.w. It*
W A XT EI> A IOCSQ WHITS MAN TO W<)UK
in store and be useful. Address Y. W. M Star
"tlice. ' jt.
WAXTEI > Vol ,\i; MAX FROM TIIK COUNTRY
can make t- i*-r day. Apply 131u G n.w.. second
H""r lt?
WANTED SIX l:|H THERHi ? >I> CARPENTERS
GEORGE A. 1 I LLER CO.. 4th and Tniralmli
sts. n-w. Jel92t
WANTED A Vol \.j MAX. Is TO 25 YEARS OF
ag". with son..- experience In retail shoe busi
ness in Washington; state experience, salary ex
pected and references. Address "SHOE CLERK "
frtur office. jel?-3t '
WANTED Vol N<; MAX WITII TAI.ENT FOR
II''usi*.i;sr sketching, cartooning or commercial
? Host raring; can ..re pa re for profession while
Otherwise enipl. yed. Address Bra Star of
Jel9-8t*
W A NT El ?_ HKI'i; STOKE POUTER, MIST HAVE
mvi m "V1, references. Apply W. G.
l'l HvhlT, <1 nnd Pa. ave. n.w. je!9-2t
W'ANJfi,r? WUSMEX IX HAT DEIT. APPLY
to MANAGER, Saks & Co. Jel9-2t
W ANTED?tl>I>(RKD LA BOREKS AND TEAM
?. '!?? '' J? per ,dar 8 s DAISH & SOXS,
**" ?"<! Firewood. 2U8 Fla. ave. n.e. Jel8-3t
WANTED-3 NON-UXION PKIXTEKS: ALSO 2
boys with about 2 years' experience at type
setting. Address M. E. G., Star offlce. Jel8-3t*
Wm,eT? "t UNf: ??5clS "bushelmax ox
tine work. Apply GEO. T. KEEN. 1310 F at
. ._' ]el8-3t?
W AN FED PAID TKNoR AND ItASS SOLOIST
f-'Pran.? and alto boys of Georgetown district
'f''''*'. 12 years of ace., for St. John's
< htir. li . holr. Apply to S. frederick SMTTH.
Choirmaster. at choir room, from y to 11 a m.. 7
V. ' '' 11 ? ^T- John's Church, Georgetown. I) C._
lot.-ma.- and .> ?;s jel8 3f
female.
WANTED?A RELIABLE WHITE OR COLORED
*oniau It. do housework, two In family. Call
1413 *_i iunibia st.. bet. Utb and luth. o and P
*'*? " " Je2M-.lt*
WANTED sa1.KSI.ADV, WITH mrwmiavet
for dry go<.ds store. Apply 131G Tth st. n.w. If
wanted a i"i m; woman as nlrse; ret
trel,. .-a. SIS 2:id. jt.
W ANTEI> A CAPABLE, C LEV Kit, LADY-LIKE
|^r?. ri ft>r a i^rmdnent i-.*!Ti..n; exi?erieiic? net
?r'Ta[y- fls ln?nietIon will be frtv.n In duties
re?juir??l, ?tute it now employeiL Address M. M.
r , Star uffice. 2t*
W,4v5JPrE*l'ERiEXOED WAIST HAND \P
Ply 21 ?> l st. n.e. Je2u--)t'
W^NF:D .EXPERIENCED NECKBAND, WRIST
bsnd an.1 Iwdy lroners; also several flrst-ci-iss
r?ivr . starebtrs. TALE STEAM LAI N
l>Ki- 4.{ u st. n.w. Je20-^t
W ANTED WiiMAX for GENERAL HOl'SE
work; small family; stay night. 2U33 H St. n.w.?
W.;^7,KDt EXPERIEXGED MIUJXERY TRIM
V ? *e."""HP' AJ,lress- Stating experience,
M E. Z.. Star office. je2o-2t*
WAXTED-GIRL for GENERAL HOI SEWORK
referen.ee nsjuired. 1248 Princeton it., Colurn
wa iieigots.
WAXTEI) - MAIDS, XT USE*. IlOl sem\1DS
V?mTly'o7 3.'R^i!? "OfaEWOHK;
W ANTQi- HEAD WAITRESS TO TAKE CHARGE
s r",ni: also chambermaid and waltrcsj
1?3 L st. It,
WAXTEI.* GENEItAL HOI'SEWORKERS SlT
geueral houseworker ji:,: general houseWorkeri
gi Week, lo plain cook*. 614 13th. It
V'VKi', A E?R GENERAL HOrSEWORK;
p-lKSt ' " c?" !1?1 Ifth st. n.w.
W A.VTED AN experienced cook; REFFR
ences re^mlred. lnlfi n,h at. n.w. Jel?-2t
W ANTED - AT O.XCB, E.XPERIEXCED SKIRT
and waist hands O'BRIEN, 1754 M st. n.w
WANTF.I. SF:TTIJ-.D WOMAN for GENERAL
ssr.'ffi ?
WAXTED TIIiiRftCGllLY competent WH1TF
tu t,ke charge of Infant. Call at 2523
litn "? Jel?-St?
M-4NTEl> CAPABLE WHITE GIRL TO CARF
,'hll')r''n !? years) by family going
?waj for summer; wages t,, fj,K ctll with
references, at once. 3585 13th st. n.w. JelS-3t*
WAXTED-A WHITE WOMAN TO DO PL MX
eewlng by ib? week in the country. Address
t?. w. I> . lk?l 1'a. ate. Jel8-w.fA?.Jt
W AXTED ? WOMAN TO COOK. WASH AND
Iron, must be a good cook. Apply 1306 Yale st
? JelH3tH '
male oh kemai.e.
WANTED AX EXPERT PEXClI.EIt AND THREE
Inkers f.>r patent office drawings. C. A SX'OW
^ CO-. Warder building. JelU 3t*
WANTED?HOUSES.
WANTED FOR a CASH lil'VElt, I SmTTi
hcm^e. With stable in rear. In n.e. or ? e ?^-tlon
le3>3t IIP h. 1J.'\\N 41 "EITMIU-ER.
jeJ^3t 316 Bond bid*.. 14th mxi?1 y. are.
WAITED- AN lXVEHTMENT IX \ SmT,T
Wse; ni'ist P., well. Address Box 93 star
; ? ie2?J-3t
W AXTEU G(M?D UOCSE s UR !, r7>ON|s~~\ vy"
for immanent tenant; $;? ..r ?4o ,?.r m?n'.h V'
U SAXSIU KY, 71t> 13th sr. ,r? |nr
WAXTEI. TO RENT INKFRNTSHED HoTsk
j*3" *?** **?>? uust be strictly mod?rn
fiim:i.? heat. *c.; tierniunent; lease; family of
three > LARK illlos . 133.1 F st. n.w. l"l'J
WANTED?IX X'oRTIIWEST SKjtToN wkTT"
built houee; must I* in perfect order and a bar
fen*?r ?'"LK 4 ?<!?*?'
wanted -d7 uk\t. fi rnisjuj., a TsmTTl
h.m." or flat until o.-tots-r 1. Address ?"?TF.V
-' *r urt1'"- Jel8-3f
W ANTED?TO BI'Y A G(8JD 6 OR 8 KM i\n
bstu brl k; good see,ton "r n e. ni.J
I'rl. e. $3.V(n>. vr or*r Address m
* T ?F TOW-N-" Stsr oiB^e
^ *^N TEI>?IlOl SES FUR SAI.E IX 1)IFFERE<T
g^STto-kSS; ^ Mz pr'?^S
::vfwithT,M^rF. shea^s^tU0 nw':
wanted "Wk sell and iiext hoi'sks ??
IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY TO SELL WE
CAN FIXT) YOU A purchaser. IK vor
HAVE PROPERTY TO REXT WE CAN FIXD
lOi A TEXAXT. WE HAVE THF BFST KA
Us '^TIMft?K UA'NDuS? PROPERTY. GIVE
C8 A TRIAL. MOORE * HILL (Inc.).
. TIT 14th ?t. u.w.
WASTED?FT. ATS
*k^?ED?BY THREE ADULTS. A FURNISHED
for th# lunimtr months oulj;
?? Zm'month. Address G. U
u,? ?t*r odes. ||?
WANTED?SITUATIONS.
HALE.
WANTED-BX STEADY MAKKIKD MAN OF 32,
Virginia colored teacher, decent work pajing ]
about $10 weekly; no agency work; beat refer
ence. Call 0 I>udley place. It*
\VANTKI>?SITUATION AS PORTER OR DlilVKlt
by neat, well-recommended young man. ll?18 2s.
Y. are. It*
WANTKD BY A RKL1AHLK BOY. I'LACK TO
run errands, or beUlK>y. 173SS Seat on st. n.w. It*
WANTED?BY A C?>LORKD MAN, I'LACE AS |
waiter in )>oarding bouse or to drive for doctor. ;
Call 4o8 O at. n.w. Je29-2t*
WANTKL??BY COLORED MAX, PLACE TO |
drive, porter or shirt bosom or band ironcr. Ad
dress 1527 27th n.w. Je20-2t*
WANTED OFFICE WORK BY NEAT WHITE
boy; understands typewriter. Addreas 62 R st.
D. w. Jeltf-2t*
WANTED ? POSITION BY A MAN FAMILIAR
with general office work?bookkeeping, correspond
?w. collecting, etc. Addresa BOOKKEEPER
H.. Star offlco. Jel4-6t*
FEMALE.
WANTED ? SITUATIONS ? FIRST-CLASS COL- |
ored c*?ok, good wages, and nurse, housemaid;
city or away. 1018 N. Y. are. It*
WANTED-BY A COLORED GIRL, 17, PLACE AS
a nurae or aaslat housework. 1606 4th st. n.w. 1*
WANTED?BY A SETTLED COLORED WOMAN,,
a place as cook or chambermaid; reference from
present employpr. 938 8th st. n.w. Je20-2t*
WANTED-BY WHITE AMERICAN GIRL, PLACE
as chambermaid, waitress or minding children.
Address Box 62, Star office. je20-2t*
WANTED STTTATION, AT ONCE, AS FIRST
clasH rook, either in Washington or adjacent
country; wages, $20; highest references. Address
care present employer, Mrs. WALTER U. WEED,
173U Columbia road. Jc20-3t
WANTED?BY WHITE WOMAN. ROOMS, FLATS j
or offices to clean. Address Mrs. M. G., Star i
office je2U-2t* j
WANTED?BY COLORED GIRL. PLACE AS
nurse or waitress. Address L. COATES, Merrl
field, Yn. je2ti-2t*
WANTED KY THREE KESI'KCTARLE COLORED
girls, p uces as general honseworkers, in city or
out. 14u6 11th st. n.w. It*
WANTED SITUATMINS FOR CAPABLE HOUSE- j
keepers, attendants, maids, chambermaids,
n:irs?*s, waitresses, cooks, laundresses. LADIES'
EXCHANGE. 614 13th. It
WANTED BY TWO WHITE GIRI-S, SITUATIONS;
first-class chambermaid; private family; best ref
ereu' cs. Also first-class cook. Address B. S. H., |
Star office. It"* j
WANTED?BY FOUR WOMEN. PLACES; FIRST
class cook, laundress, chambermaid and linrse.
Also two white cooks and chambermaids. 1211
loth xt.. 'phone 22Z2&-Y. It*
WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE COLORED \V(T
man, place to clean office rooms. Call at 826
6th st. n w. je20-2t*
WANTED WASHING TO IK). HOME OR OUT, BY
day; good ref. 613 22d st. n.w. It*
WANT Eli - POSITION BY" AN EXPERIENCED,
rapid and accurate stenographer and typewriter;
best references. Address G. E. M., Star office.
Jel7-2t*
WANTED A PLACE BY A NEAT COLORED GIRL
as nurse for ouc child, or as chambermaid. Please
call at once, 1619 4th st. n.w. It*
WANTED?BY NEAT YOUNG COLORED WOMAN.
pla?-e as nurse or maid; willlug to go away.
IA ITTIE. 1728 Vermont ave. lt_
WANTED LADY WISHES A PLACE TO READ
aloud ?i otherwise entertain an elderly lady or
gentleman. Address Miss D. L., Star office.
Jel0-3t*
WANTED A LADY WISHES TYPEWRITING TO
do at home. Address Miss S. M. D., Star office.
Jel9-3t*
WANTED PERMANENT POSITION AS COPY
1st by lady operating Remington typewriter; mod
erate salary. Address A. P. X.. Star office.Je 19-.*I*
WANTED LADY WANTS TO PLACE HER I P
stairs maid, who does not mind leaving city for
summer; best refs. given. Call at 1715 Conn. ave.
Je19-3t* ^
WANTED?A PLACE BY A WHITE WOMAN AS
cook; no washing. Address B. A. B., Star office.
je!9-2t*
WANTED BY A LADY LEAVING THE CITY, TO
find a situation for her waitress and chamber
maid. who can make herself generally useful, and
whom she can highly recommend. Call at 1441
Mass. ave. Jel9-3t*
WANTED-BY A COLORED GIRL, AS PL UN
cook or nurse. Call No. 9 Corcoran row n.w.
Jel9-2t*
WANTED- BY RREINED AND INTELLIGENT
young lady, position as useful companion; serv
ice? given In exchange for board and good home;
can furnish excellent references. Address L. M.
N., Star office. Jel9 3t* ,
WANTED?BY COLORED WOMAN. PLACE AS
nurse, help In housework. 2232 8th st. n.w.
Jel9-3t
WANTED?ROOMS.
WAXTHI- JULY 1. THREE rXFT'R. WHIMS
for l.h.k.; north of O and west of 11th; not to
exceed $15 per month. Address J. R. O., Star
office. It*
WANTED BOARD AND ROOM IN PRIVATE
family, by two young men. Address Box 91, Star
office. Je20-2t*
WANTED BY YOUNG LADY, FURNISHED j
front room In refined family; must be near tele
phone and 14th st. car line. Address, by mail,
S. A. M., 6<)7 13th st. n.w. It*
WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED?IF YOU HAVE ANY FURNITURE AND
CAKl-ETS TO SELL. SETS'D FOR MARCUS
NOTES, THE MAN THAT DOES NOT EXPECT
YOU TO GIVE YOUR GOODS AWAY.
637 LOUISIANA AVE.
J?2019t? 'PHONE F.. 73T.
WANTED FEATHERS. WANT ABOUT 3,000
ni??re old feather bods. Will pay the highest-cash
price. Send postal to SOUTHERN FEATHER
CO.. 511 6th St. n.w. Jel7-6t*
WANTED?AT VANCE'S, 1510 14TH ST., i'OU
will Bod whole wheat, English home-made aud
real good graham bread, cake and pies. Rolls ut
7 a.m. Je20-26t*
WANTED?HIGHEST CASH PRICE* PAID FOR
CONTENTS OF HOUSES, FURNITURE, CAR
PETS. PIANOS, *c. DROP postal: WILL
call. Address box e, star office.
my 15-52t*
WANTED?CASH PAID FOR FURNITURE, CAR
pets, stoves and office fixtures of all kinds. Fur
niture stored, packed and shipped. Address
BAUM, 912 Pa. ave. n.w. "Phone 1254. Jel9-tf
WANTED-A. KEBESKY. 1300 7TH ST. N.W.,
will pay the highest cash prices for ladles', gents'
$ud children's cast-off clothing and shoes and
hats. Address a postal and I will call. JelJ)-21t*
WANTED- HIGHEST CASH PRICF. PAID F~OR
LADIES'. GENTS' AND CHILDREN'S CAST
OFF CLOTHING. ADDRESS POSTAL. ILL
CALL. R. TAKSHES. 1308 7TH N.W. Jel9-22t?
WANTED?TWO SECOND-HAND. ROLL^TOP
desks In good condition. The NORCR0SS BROS.
CO.. White- House. * Jel9-2t*
WANTED-TO Bl'Y GOOD SECOND-HAND CASH
register; state lowest cash price. Address l;ox
50. Star office. Jel9-3t*
WANTED HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S CAST - OFF
CLOTHING. ADDRESS POSTAL AND I WILL
CALL. W. RICE, 1332 7T1I ST. Jel8-20t*
WANTED?MONEY IS NO OBJECT; IT IS THE
GOODS WE WANT; IF YOU HAVE FURNITURE
OR CARPETS TO SELL SEND POSTAL AND I
WILL PAY YOU THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES
FOR THEM. F. SEL1NGER. 927 9TH N.W.
jcifriet*
WANTED TO MEET A LADY OR GENTLEMAN
with $50,000 worth of old gold, silver, diamonds
and pawn tickets to dispose of for cash. Coins
bought. ABRAHAMS, 433 9th n.w. jel4-tf,4
WANTED?JUST CONTRACTED TO FURNISH
hotel, 46 rooms, at Ocean City and Va. Beach.
You can see why I am prepared to pay highest
prices for 2d-band goods. Drop postal Will call
promptly. >'. KRLPSHAW, 327 Pa. ave. n.w.
Jel3-20t?
WANTED?
00 SECOND HAND
SQUARE AND UPRIGHT PIANOS
at once, to supply the deficit caused by the de
struction by fire of our large Brooklyn factory,
tu which nearly 300 second-band pianos, under
going repairs, were totally destroyed. A very
liberal allowance made In exchange for new tip
right. Drop postal or 'phone 747 and our repre
sentative will call and appraise value of your
piauo. Wo move your piano free of charge.
BRADBURY FACTORY WAltKROOMS,
Jel2 tf 1225 Pa. ave.
WANTED?FURNITURE AND CARPETS; BUY
lng contents of houses a specialty; highest spot
cash prices paid. Drop postal to A. H. LEVY,
1408 K St. n.w.?prompt attention. JelO-lOt*
WANTED?H. ROSENBERG NEVER FAILS TO
pay first-class price for all kinds of household
goods Office and store fixtures specialty. Drop
I?atal. 639 La. ave. n.w. je5-tf
WANTED - HORSES TO PASTURE: (5 PER
month; running water and shade In every field;
best of care. Telephone call, main 2320. Horses
railed for aud delivered. C. U. PARKER, 435
4^4 st. s.w., or Lay Hill, Md. myl7-52t
WANTED?ERUPTIONS, TAN, FRECKLES, SKIN
afflictions yield a satin skin to Satln-Skln Cream
and S:itlu-Sklu Powder; 25c.
mh2S-78t-4 PALAIS ROYAL.
PERSONAL.
CLEAR THEM ALL OUT; ASSIGN ALL YOUR
men's worn garments to us liefore leaving town
for the summer, and we will pay you solid hard
cash In exchauge. Write for us now.
>-20-tf 5 JUSTU S OLD STAND, 619 D.
NATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY, AUTHOll
ized and b-nded, 603 IBth at. n.w. "Phone Mala
JS2B. Open day and night. Strictly confidential.
Branch In Baltimore, Md. aulft-tt
SEASHORE REAL ESTATE.
AT SPRING LAKE. N.J.
Modern cottages for rent, some ocean fronts.
Write for catalogue.
je 16-13t E. V. PATTERSON.
FOR RENT-SEA COTTAGES FOR SEASON 1902.
?"TWO VIEW," 5 rooms $60 00
?"GENEVA." 6 rooms, furnished 1100.00
?"DEER LODGE," 10 rina.. unfurnished.*150.00
?AU at picturevque "ARUNDEL-ON THE-BAY."
New board walk. Large new Dancing Pavilion
on new plerfcead.
TH0S. W. SMITH,
Jel0-tf-? Car. Ut and Ind. art.
FOR BENT?ROOMS.
FfcRMSHKD.
FOB KENT?COOL. CORNER BOOMS, HIGH Lo
cation and wide piazzas; modern convenience8,
table board convenient; one fare; $8 P*r njoptn.
?2? Genesee at.. Brightwood l'ark, D. t. je^o-^t_
FOR RENT?IN N.W.. ONE LARGE. BE_Al"TI
fully furnLsbed front room, with board; ' wlu'
dows, alcove and bow window. For one, $3o per
month; for two, ?50. Address L. B. W., Star
office. >e?-3t?
FOR~ BENT-3-ROOM SUITE, COMPLETE FOB
1. h. k.; south window s; new furniture; marble
bath adjoining. 1012 11th 8t. n.w. je20-2t
FOB It EXT NEAR DUPONT CIRCLE. TWO COM
munlcatlng iroms; very cool, with itrlviite !?ath,
good table board; summer rates; references ex
changed. Miss MASON, 1003 19th *t. n.w.
Je20 3t
FOB KENT?PI iK AS ANT, TH1KD-8TORY. BAY
wlndow front room; rent reasonable. 906 H at.
n.w Je20-2t*
FOB BENT-LARGE. COOL FRONT BAY WIN
dow ticoTe room; corner bouse; reasonable. 11U0
O n.w. Jel9-3t*
FOB BENT?W ELL-FURNISHED, LARGE. 2D
story, bay-window front room, In private family;
references. 1248 10th st. n.w. )el9-3t*
FOR RENT?NICELY FCB. BOOM IN PRIVATE
family, one square from electric cars; gentlemen
only. 807 Qulmy st. n.w., Petworth. Jel?-2t
FOB BENT ENTIRE FIRST-FLOOR FLAT, 3
large, handsomely furnished rooms; gas, silver,
table linen aud dishes furnished; $25. 450
st. n.w. jel9-3t*
FOB BENT?10U2 M-DESIRABLE ROOMS FOR
the summer; cool house; reasonable ratos; one
private bath. JeiP-3t*
FOR RKNT?VERY DESIRABLE FURNISHED
front room or two communicating rooms; a.m.l.;
cafe. Apply* 24, Savoy. je!9-3t*
FOU IlKNT?SKEr NRWLY FURNISHED ROOMS.
Very shady and quiet. 124S 8th st. n.w. je!8-3t
FOR RENT?DKSIRAHLK~ FURNISHED ROOMS,
with or "without Board. 1375 Keuesaw st. jelo-ot*
FOR RENT?734 AM) 736 12TH ST. N.W., TWO
well-furnished single rooms, to gentlemen; sum
mer rates. jelK-3t?
FOU RENT?FRONT AND RACK PARLOR, EN
suite or single. Summer rates. 1012 Eye st. n.w.
Jel7-t>a* _____
FOR RENT?1203 F ST. N.W., THE ORLEANS;
a few bright, clean rooms; summer prices; tran
sients; no entrance on 12th st. jcl6-6t*
Toil RENT-NICELY FURNISHED 2D-FLOOR
front room, bay window, alcove, closet; suitaws
for 2; gentlemen preferred; board if desired;
reasonable. 413 A st. s.e. mh8-tf
UNFURNISHED.
FOR RENT?$26?TO COUPLE. IN NEW HOUSE,
- 3 com. rooms, bath ad joining, 2d floor; gas
range; screens. OWNER, 1113 New Hampshire
ave Je20-3t*
FOR KENT - UNFURNISHED - FOUR ROOMS,
suitable for 1. h. k.; also one furnished room.
1332 R st. H
FOR RENT ? UNFURNISHED, TO ADULTS,
three second-floor rooms; references. 1305 P st.f
near Iowa Circle. ^
FOR RENT?815 14TII ST. N.W'., 1 LARGE 2D
floor front alcove room; suitable for dentist.
Jel7-6t* __
FOR RENT-ROOMS?THE ASTORIA, 3D AND Q
sta. n.w.; central location; modern. mh22-tf
Fl'RMSHEB OK ISFtRXISHED.
FOB RENT?1400 L ST., LARGE ANI> FLEAS
ant rootns, southern exposure, frum $tl up. Je20-3*
FOB IiENT-TWO FI R. OB UNFUr7~2I)-FLOOR
front rooms, a.m.l., for summer months. 1510
II st. n.w. je20-2t*
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST?A YELLOW DOG. BLIND IN ONE EYE;
lias on a uew collar and tag; answers to the name
of Joe. Kinder please notify C. W. EDELIN,
Nichols ave., Anacostla, I>. C. It*
LOST?NIGHT 'ATI! MAY, ON STREET BET.
Pa. ave. and 17th and 23d. from shirt front, a
diamond shirt stud. Liberal reward If returned
to 231 >7 Washington circle. Je20-3t*
LOST ? THIS MORNING, LADIES' BLACK
pocket with valuable papers to owner only,
on F bet. 12th and 9th sts., down 9th to D St.,
I) to 7th and E sts. Reward If returned, 1244
N. J. ave. n.w. *lt
LOST THIS MORNING. PAIR OF SPECTACLES,
on 13th st. l?'t. G and H, to N. Y. ave., down
H to Uth. Return to Star office. It*
LOST NEAR AQUEDUCT BRIDGE, MANDOLIN,
in new leather case. Reward If returned to 1739
P st. n.w. Jel9-2t*
LOST -GOLD BRACELET. ON IHLLYER PLACE
or Connecticut ave. between Q and S streets.
Suitable reward upon return to 2U1B Hlllyer place.
JelO-'.'t*
LOST?GOLD BRACELET, WITH ALTERNATE
pearls and diamonds; lost on the road Ruing to
or at Chevy Chase Club Sunday last. Reward,
$bl). and no questions asked. If returned to SHAW
A BERRY CO.. 11th ami F. Jel8-3t*
$100 BEWARD AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED?
lost- May 1(1. ltx>2. corner 7th and G sts. n.w.,
diamond stud; weight, 3'* karats. The above re
ward will be paid for any information leading to
its recovery. McDBVITT'S DETECTIVE
AGENCY, Rooms 3 and 4, 611 7th St. n.w.
Jel8-6t*
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
| TO INVESTORS;
An opportunity is offered to obtain stock In a
company organized to control the Iron ami Steel
industry on the Pacific coast. The location and
character of the mines guarantee a monopoly of
the trade on the Pacific coast, and with Japan
and the Orient as well. The enormous profits
made In the East indicate what may be expected
In the development of this Industry on the Pa
cific coast, where there are no furnaces at pres
I eflt, and every pound of pig Iron Is shipped from
I the east at a cost of $10.00 to $14.00 per ton
freight.
I For particulars address
0. T. FORAKER,
I JelO-31*16 1015 K st. n.w.
DEALERS IN CIGARS AND TOBACCO, THE
only wholesale Independent tobacco firm that does
not retail; you should patronize It. Duke of Y.
Mixture, 33c. A. T. CIGAR CO., 450 Pa. ave.,
cor. i'Ai st- n.w. je!9-3t*-K
WANTED-ANY PART OF FIFTY (501 SHARES
of Washington Market stock; any part of fifty
(50) shares of Georgetown Gas stock. Address,
stating price, W. B. GURLEY, Broker. 1335 F
St. n.w. Jell-Bit*
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYES AND OTHERS WHO
wonld like to Increase their Income from $50 to
$150 a month can do so by quietly recommending
a standard local Investment which Is sold on
easy terms. For particulars address CONFI
DENTIAL, Star office. Je 11-151
PAYING DIVIDENDS EVERY WEEK.
Legitimate enterprise, based on facts and figures
backed wltl. capital and brains. Best weekly divi
dend-paying investment of 20th century. Bank and
business references. Sale of stock closes July 1.
Particulars, address EQUINE BECOBD CO.. 250
Broadway, N". Y. Jc3-26t
AT RAMSAY'S?
YOUB WATCH CLEANED, $1.00.
WATCH MAINSPBINO, $1.00.
ALL WOKE WARRANTED ONE YEAR.
mhB-M >22? * ST. N.W.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
FOR SALE-BY CONTRACTOR. 10 HORSES AND
mares: workers and drivers. Call In rear 1302
1 st. .i.e. Je20-Ut*
FOR SALE LOCOMOBILE WITH CANOPY TOP
and extra seat; In perfect condition; practically
new; will be sold at anctlon, Saturday, at 12
o'clock, at Sloan's auction rooms. It*
FOB SALE?GENTLE BltOWN MABE, HARNESS,
nearly new leather-top buggy, whip and robe;
owner leaving cltv; must sell. Call at once.
YATES' BOARDING STABLES, 1305-7 G St. n.w.
Jel9-3t*
FOB SALE ? HANDSOME PBIVATE TEAM;
large but quick steppers; owner going away for
summer. Address Box 53, Stsr office. je!9-3t
IF YOU ABE INTERESTED IN SEEING THH
finest assortment of the latest styles in Car
riages and Wagons of every description, offered
at the lowest possible prices, call at THOS. E.
YOUNG'S. 464 and 466 Pa. are. n.w., the oldest
established and most reliable carriage repository
In the city, where all vehicles sold sre war
ranted to be ?s represented to the buyer.
rah22-78t
FOR SALE-CARRIAGES. WAGONS AND BOQ
cles at lowest market price; ISO Jobs to select
from. Repairing In all branches a specialty.
GEO. W. COOK 4c CO.. 8291-8# M It. D.W.
apl4-3m,4
AUTOMOBILES.
FOR SALE-LOCOMOBILE RUNABOUT; PEB
fect condition; elegant new canopy top; extra
seat; no offer refused, must sell. Room 17, At
lantic building. Jel8-3t*
FOR SALE-STEAM CARRIAGE; MUST BE SOLD
?make an offer. Call 0o2 F st. n.w. Je7-tf
POTOMAC RIVER BOATS.
E S RANDALL POTOMAC RIVER LINE CO.
DAILY STEAMERS FOR RIVER LANDINGS.
STEAMER HARRY RANDALL?Monday and Wed.
nesday at 4 p.m. for Colonist Beach, Colton's r.nd
Intermediate landings, and landings In Wicomico
river and Nomlnl and Lower Machodoc creeks, Va.
Saturdays at 7 a.m. for Colonial Beach and inter
mediate landings, and liushwood. Bock Point, Gol
Un's Currtuman and landings In Nomlnl creek.
STEAMER WAKEFIELD?Sundsy, Tuesday and
Thursday at 7 a.in. tor landings to Colonial Beach
sod Maadcx creek.
UNITED STATES MAIL ROUTE,
WASHINGTON, D. C., TO GLYMONT, .
and Intermediate landings.
The STEAMER E3TELLE RANDALL?Dally, ex
cept Sunday, 9:30 a.m. Returning about 8:80 p.m.
Passenger accommodations first-class. Freight re
ceived until within s half hour of sailing.
E. 8. RANDALL, Manager, 'phone 1765. GEO.
O. CARPINTElt. General Agent. Washlngtoa,
?phone 1766. WM. M. BEABDON. Agent. Alex*
andria. 'phone BO. fe28-tf-2ft
BOARDING.
BOYS BOARDED AT FA1BVIBW FABM AT
reasonable rates. Accotlnk, Va. WM. M. WOOD
BUFF. 3ea0-2t
TABLE D'HOTE AND A LA CASTE DINNER"
all day Sundays and holidays; mid-day lunch for
ladies and gentlemen from 11 untU S; electrts
hit. OATS ROBINSON, 1502 14U at. B.W.
BOOMS AUD BOARD. '
A REFINED LADY WHO WILL ADVANCE $?H>
will bo given her room ond board lu a stylish
house ami locality free for tj njottlbs; 111 >cey re
quired to advance present business Interests. This
is a genuine offer, and worthy the attention of a
rosixfiable lady. Kamilv of M adults only. Piano.
Address SECURITY, Star otllcf. je2"-6t*
201 B. < A P. J?T.. FACING CAPITOL AND IJBRA
ry; cool, wellfurnlsbtd n>onis; excellent table:
rooms from $C per month up; table board.
per month; transients, 51..V per day. Je2u-4t*
ATTRACTIVE, COOL ROOMS. SIKCLE OR EN
suite, with beard; reasonable terms; excellent
nelghlK>rhood near 10th st. 11524 P at. n.w.);
transients aecommodated. je20-2t*
LARGE. COOL ROOM; SECOND FLOOR; COR
ner house; with two, *3t>; single room, $25; large
lawn; table board. IMS K st. Je2t>-5t*
laik;k. aihy booms, with fhwt-ulass
Ixiard, in private family, at summer rates; on
M sf. n.w.; table a specialty. Address "HOME,"
Star otflce. Je2?-3t?
TWO CONNECTING ROOMS ON 2D FDOOR; 3
south windows, 1 west; private bath; modern
hooae; good table; to 2 people, $50. 1242 11th
st. n.w. Je20-3t*
NICELY fTRNLSHED ROOMS WITH BOARD IN
private family; latge. airy rooms and flrst-cl?s?
board; large grounds; terms reasonable. 8401
16th, cor. Howard ave. Jel9-2t*
144B BINNEY 8T^ COLUMBIA HEIGHTS^
Large, nicely furnished room with excellent
board; southern exposure.. je!8-3t*
FURNISHED HOOMS WITH BOARD; HALF
square from avenue cars; summer prices; tran
slents. 1918 I st. p.w. J Jel?-3t*
LARGE. ELEGANT FI'RNISHED ROOMS, WITH
or without boa id. 1336 Vermont ave., facing
Iowa Circle. Jel9-3t?
LARGE, COOL, FURNISHED ROOM, WITH
board. 151? y st. n.w. Jel9-3t*
FOR RENT?1439 It. I. ?' AVE., DELIGHTFUt
rooms, with excellent board; table boarders de
sired; references. je!8-7t
229 E N.W.. FURNISH KU ROOMS FOK RENT,
with first-class table board; refined family.
Jel8-3t*
FOR RENT?HALLS.
FOR RENT?FINE. LARGE LODGE ROOMS; ALL
modem Improvements, electric light, steam heat
and elevator. Rooms suitable for banquets. Also
number of office rooms. Conyenient to all car
lines. 618 F st. Je7-tf
FOR RENT?OFFICES.
FOR RENT?2 FINE COMMUNICATING ROOMS,
with bath attached, for uUice purposes; tirst tloor
913 I st. n.w.
Jell-tf GASCII RUOS., 1307 F St. n.w.
FOR RENT?THE ENTIRE SIXTH FLOOR AND
one-half of the fifth floor of our building, corner
11th and G sts. n.w. These rooms are 45x85 and
23xS5, respectively. May be rented separately.
Heat, light and elevator service, both passenger
and freight. BARBER & ROSS,,
Je2-tf 11th and G sts. n.w.
FOR RENT ?THREE DESIRABLE ROOMS ON
the fourth floor of The Evening Star building;
will be rented separately or together. Apply at
THE STAR OFFICE. mh22-tf
FOR RENT?STABLES.
FOR RENT?CHEAP. LARGE 2-STORY BRICK
stable. Apply 413 N. .1. ave. s.e. Jcl9-3t*
LEGAL NOTICES.
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF CO
lnmbla, holding a Probate Court.?-No. 10825, Ad
ministration.?Tl>ls is to give notice that the sub
scriber, of the District of Columbia, ha9 obtained
from the Probate Court of the District of Colum
bia letters of administration on the estate of Mark
Silver, late of the District of Columbia, deceased.
All persons having claims against the deceased are
hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouch
ors thereof, legally authenticated, to the sub
scriber on or before the 19th day of June, A. I).
1903; otherwise they ma}' by law be excluded from
all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand
this 19th day of June. 1902. TEN"A SILVER, 1117
N. II. ave. Attest: JOHN It. ROUZER) ijpputy
Register of Wills for the Distrb-t of Columbia,
Clerk of the Probate Court. JULIUS I. PEYSER,
Attorney. Je20-law3t
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Co
lumbia, holding a Probate Court. No. 10S03, Ad
ministration.?This is to give notice that the sub
scriber, of the District of Columbia, has obtaimd
from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia
letters of administration c.t.a. on the estate of
Susan Fletcher, late of the District of Columbia,
deceased. All persons having claims agaiust the
deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same,
with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to
the subscriber, on or before the 12th day of June,
A.D. 1903; otherwise they may by law be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. Given under my
hand this 12th day of June, 19o2. CATHERINE C.
LANNON, 1815 T st. n.w. Attest: JOHN R.
ROUZER, Deputy Register of Wills for the District
of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court. CHAS.
C. COLE, Attorney. . Jel3-law 3t
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Co
lumbia, holding a Probate Court; No. 10286, ad
ministration.?This is to give notice: That the
subscriber, of Washington. D. C., has obtained
from the Probate Court of the District of Colum
bia letters testamentary on the estate of David S.
Hendrick, late of the District of Columbia, de
ceased. All persons having claims against the de
ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same,
w'th the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated,
to the subscriber on or before the 5th day of De
cember. A. I). 1902; otherwise they may by law
be excluded from all l?eneflt of said estate. Given
under my hand this 5th dav of June, 1902. PAT
TIE W. HENDRICK, Executrix. By H. PRES
COTT GATLEY. 34o Ind. ave. n.w. Attest:
JOHN R. ROUZER, Deputy Register of Wills for
the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate
Court. II. PRESCO'Fr GATLEY, Attorney.
je6-law,3t
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Co
lumbia, holding a Probate Court; No. 10794, ad
ministration.?This is to give notice: That the
subscriber, of the District of Columbia, has ob
tained from the Probate Court of the District of
Columbia, letters of administration on the estate
of Rebecca Hurley, late of the District of Colum
bia, deceased. All persons having claims against
the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenti
cated, to the subscriber, on or before the 5th day
of June, A. D. 19<?3; otherwise they may by law
be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given
under my hand this 5th day of June, 1902. WILL
IAM H. HURLEY, 1032 30th st. Attest: JOHN
It. ROUZER, Deputy Register of Wills for the
District of Colombia, Clerk of the Probate Court.
J. A.MAEDEL, Attorney. Je6-law,3t
OFFICIAL N0TICE&
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS, D. C..
Washington, D. C., June 0. 1902.?NOTICE Is
hereby given that the Commissioners of the Dis
trict of Columbia Intend to make the following
named improvements, which are, in their Judg
ment, necessary for the public health, safety and
comfort. Assessments for one-half the cost of this
work will be made as provided in public act No.
171, approved August 7, 1894. Parties who are In
terested In the proposed work are notified that
the said Commissioners will give a public hearing
at the District building on WEDNESDAY, THE
TWENTY-FIFTH DAY OF JUNE, 1902, at 11
o'clock a.m., In the board room of the said Com
missioners, to any and all persons who may desire
to object thereto: SET NEW GRANITE CURB
AND LAY CEMENT SIDEWALK?On the south
side of Meridian avenue from Center street east
ward to the east property line of S. P. Brown's
subdivision of Mount Pleasant, at an estimated
cost of $915, to be assessed against lots 403, 404,
24, 161, 102, 163 and 164, S. P. Brown's subdivis
ion of Mt. Pleasant; on the north side of Ly
decker avenue from Eslln avenue to Morgan ave
nue, at an estimated cost of $500, to be assessed
against lots in block 45, Holmead's subdivision of
Mount Pleasant, abutting on said Lydecker avenue
between the limits named; on the east side of
14th street s.e., from G street to Pennsylvania
avenue, at an estimated cost of $617, to be as
sessed against lots in iquare 1064 abutting on
said 14th street between the limits named; on
the west side of Morgan avenue n.w., from Ly
decker avenue to Lamar place, at an estimated
cost of $1,529. to be assessed against lots in block
45, Holmead's sulMllvlslon of Mount Pleasant, abut
ting on said Morgan avenue between the limits
named; on the east side of 13th street n.e., from
I street to Florida avenue, at an estimated cost
of $500, to be assessed against lots in square
north of square 1026 abutting on said 13th street
between the limits named. RESET CURB AND
LAY CEMENT SIDEWALK-On the west side of
6th street n.e. between H and I streets, in front
of lots 44, 45 and 48, square 832, at an estimated
cost of $150. LAY CEMENT SIDEWALK?On the
south side of A street s.e. from 15th street to 18th
street, at an estimated cost of $882. to be as
sessed against lots In squares 1072, 1086 and 1097,
abutting on said A street between the limits
named; on the east side of 13tb street n.w. from
Harvard street to Columbia Btreet. at an estimated
cost of $231, to be assessed against lots in block
23, Columbia Heights, abutting on said 13th street
between the limits named; on the north side of V
street n.e. from 4th street westward to the west
12-foot alley In block 19. Center Eckington, to be
assessed against lots 1. 2. 3, 4, 5 o, block 19,
Center Eckington. SET iS'EW GRANITE CURB?
On both sides of 5th street s.e. from G street to
Virginia avenue, at an estimated cost of $1,200. to
be assessed against lots in squares 823 and 847
abutting on said 5th street between the limits
named. PAVE ALLEYS WITH VITRIFIED OR
ASPHALT BLOCK?All unpaved alleys In square
1,283, at an estimated cost of $1,693. GRADE
ALLEY?Alley In block 5. Commissioners' sub
division of Washington Heights, at an estimated
cost of $845. H. B. F. MACFARLAND. JOHN W.
ROSS, H. C. NEWCOMER (acting), Commission
ers, D. C. je9,10,20,21-4t
DOGS, CATS, ETC.
BELGIAN HARES AND GUINEA PIGS. SI 00
pair upwards. Just the stock for boys to breed
during the vacation; we have also white mice
and pigeons. SCIIMID'S BIRD STORE, 712 12th
?t. n.w. . _____ Jeie-tf
FOURTEENTH STREET HOSPITAL FOB DOGS
Surgical and medical diseases of dogs and cats
Animals boarded. Dog cemetery. "Phone main
171-2. HOSPITAL. 2118 14th st. n.w. myl7-tf
DR. CECIL FRENCH. EXPERT SPECIALIST.
Diseases and Surgery of ths Doc and Cat.
Infirmary and Boarding Kennels, ?KUngla road.
City office. 718 12th st. n.w.>T?l. (Schmld's) 2401 X
tnyl4toJy5inc-4 H i
ATTORNEYS.
CAMPBELL CAllRINGTON. ATTOBNET-AT-LAW
Webster Law bulKThrs. 809 D st. n.w.. Washing
ton, IX C. Residence. No. S Mount Vernon Flats.
New York ave. st. 14.W. ?el3
CHARLES S.JtUNDY.
Commissioner of Deefi# for New York and all other
states and territories First tiiwr of Columbian Law
building, Nos. 416 mlA.418 6U1 st. n.w. East 836 T.
su23-4.tr ^
FOE RENT?FLATS.
FOR KENT?FIVE-ROOM FLAT; ALL CONVEX
lencea -south and east windows; summer terms to
October 1. luqulre Xo. 13. MARION 2<>oo H St.
nvr- JeStHW*
FOR RBVr?1126 STII N" W.; MODERN FIVB
??t; tiled bath; porches; second floor.
I rlce. *s?. Je20 3f
FOR REXT?UWSKKEtPINU FLATS. SIX
rooms and bath; third story; unfurnished. per
manent tenant. First ami ?<-r?nd stories. furnish
ed. at summer rates till November to adults.
218 A at. s.e. Je2?^i;
FOR REXT- rXTil. NOV. 1, COMPLETELY Kl'R.
flat iu the Kanawha; G room* and bath; gas
range; large back p,irch. THOMAS L. HUME A
II Ro.. 134 15th st. n.w. Je20-3t
F2.?.ASKXT-flat K1VK <?' ROOMS ANli KATIL
THE OXE1DA. Ecklngton place and R st.
Jel?-tf
FOR REXT?REDUCED FOR SUM MKK -HEAI Tl
ful flat, 15 rooms and bath, unfurnished. Lease
can be extended after Oct. X. Apply Xo. 15.
THE HENRIETTA. 933 X n.w. Jels-Sf
FOR RENT?FLATS?1114 H N.E, 5 RMS...*11.00
<31 7th s.e., 5 rooms 16.00
714 10th s.e., S rooms 14.00
Jel8-3t* s. CARR, 804 11th St. n.w.
FOR BKNT-NEW FLAT; 6 ROOMS AXD BATH;
ail modern Improvements; large storage room;
<26 12th st. n.w. L. E. BREUNINGLK. 720 13th
8t- n.w. Jel8-3t*
FOR REXT?621H WHITNEY AVE. N.W.. NEW
flat; 5 large rooms and bath; porches front aud
rear; cellar; all modem improvements. Price,
*17.50. L. E BlUSUNINGER, 720 13th *t. n.w.
Jel8-3t*
FOR RENT-J40 APARTMENT. FURNISHED. *30
until December; all large front rooms, facing
street. Call at once. PRINCE KARL. l#tli aud
K sis., No. 8. Jel7-5t*
for re.xt-one of those most coxvex
lently located snd comfortable flats in "The Val
Jeau, ' 913 I st. n.w.; rent reasonable. See jani
tor on premises.
Jell-tf GASCH BROS- 1307 F st. n.w.
*?? rent?NOS, 302 AND 304 E ST. N.W.?
-'d-floor flats. 5 rooms and bath *30.00
Bar-k porches; janitor.
Jo--lM* l'artlculars, 1409 Corcoran st. n.w.
FOR REXT?THE AGORA, 205 N ST. N.W 5
rooms and bath, 2d floor; rent, *32.75. A very
desirable suite of rooms. KDW. T. KAISHIC, ?10
F st. n.w myl5-35t*
FOR RENT?THE FARRAGUT. COR. 17TH & I
its.. 1 room and bath.
Also apartmenta In THE WEST0VEB. THE
GLOUCESTER and THE LENOX.
Je4-tf E. C. BAUMGRAS. 1410 G st_n.w.
FOR REXT?ELMORE, 800 11TH N.W., SECOND
lioor flat; 5 rooms and bath; gas range, store
closet; all modern improvements; *35.50; jaullor.
my31-18t* %
FOR REXT?C. W. B. FLATS. 1214 MASS. AVE.;
o light rooms, tiled bath, steam heat, gas ranges,
fitore closets, lovely back porcbea; first-class .o
cation; Janitor; *45.75. my22-26t*
FOR RENT?FLATS?1913 FT. AVE. N.W.. 8
rooms and bath each; 2d floor, *40.50 ; 4th floor.
*35.50. 78 y n.w., 5 r.>oma and bath, *18.50.
my28-tf GEO. W. LINKIXS. 800 lath si. n.w.
FOR RENT- NEW FLATS-EAST CAPITOL ST.;
6 rooms, bath, newly papered, *17.30.
727 7th et. s.w., 6 rooms and bath, *17.50.
CHARLES V. MALLET. 330 4V4 st. n.w.
Office hrurs, 9 to 11. 3 to 4:30. rnyl-tf
FOR RENT?THE PORTNER. 15TH AND V ST3.
n.w. Strictly lireproof.
Five-room and bath housekeeping apartment;
southern exposure; completely furnished.
myS-tf
FOR RENT?AFARrMENXa
THE HAWTHORNE. 1527 I st. n.w ?
?.?.*th (housekeeping).*25.00 and *50.00
THE AUGUSTA, cor. N. Y. aud N. J av? -
n,,4. aiu) l",th (kitchen) *27.50 to *32.50
THE COLONIAL, 30th and N sts. n.w.?
4 rooms and bath *27.50
THE LOUISA, 216 N. Y. ave. n.w.?
4 rooms & bath (housekeeping) *22.50 and *25.00
--0O6 Pa. ave. n.w., 3 rooms and bath 18.50
67^ and 7H4 P st. n.e., 6 rooms aud bath. 17.80
2117 Ward place n.w., 3 rooms and bath... 10.00
sp22-tf WEAVER BROS.. 1416 F St. n.w.
FOR RENT ? TWO FLATS. 12 MINUTES UK
treasury; splendid summer location; 5 rooms and
bath; *22 and *25. THE BERWICK. Mrs. E. J.
Williams, 3308 14th at. apl6-tf
APAETMENTS TO LET.
'FOR RENT-AT SUMMER PRICES. BEAUTIFUL
5 and 6-room apartments; near Dupout Circlc
Apply EARLY &. LAMPTON, 615 14th at. n w.
je!3-8t
FOR RENT?5 ROOMS AND BATH; SOUTHERN
exposure; elevator and Janitor service. The
Montrose, 1115 9th St. n.w. THE WASHING
TON IX)AN AND TRUST CO., Real Eatate De
partment. Je7-tf
FOR RENT-IN THE ? LAFAYETTE," 1G0T 7TH
n.w., one of the best flats In the city for the
money; 5 rooms and tiled bath; porcelain tub
cabinet mantels; ga4 ranges; steam heat- hot
water furnished to the bath and sinks from the
cellar; bicycle aud Btorage rooms; Janitor, &c.
Open for Inspection. Call at office for further
particulars, B. F. SAUL, 7th and L sts. n.w.
Je5-tf
FOR RENT?"THE DKISCOLL." 1ST AND B STS.
n.w., has for rent handsomely furnished and un
furnished apartments of 3 to 5 rooms and bath
witb oi> without housekeeping facilities; also sin
gle rooms; every appointment; most modern
southern exposure; facing U. S. Capitol grounds-'
excellent cafe; filtered water; electric- llirhts'
T. A. McKEE. Mgr. my29 tf.8
FOR RENT THE PLAZA.
Washington circle and Pa. ave.
(FIREPROOF).
2, 8. 4 and 5-room apartments; the largest and
best-lighted rooms In the city; open for inspection
daily. R. E. BRADLEY. 1303 Fst.
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FOR RENT?APARTMENTS OF 2. 3. 4. 6 AND 0
rooms and baths. In several of the finest'flreoroof
buildings. P. W. ROBERTSON, Agent
??yl5-tf The Calm.
FOR REXT-Di THE ALEXANDER. 1511 U8T
n.w., a very desirable 7-room and bath flrst-floor
housekeeping apartment HERBERT A GILL.
1318 F st. n.w. ap4-tf
FOR REXT-THE SAVOY-A SINGLE ROOM,
furnished or unfurnished, and a fire-room apart
mem to sublet, furnished or unfurnished. mh27-tf
FOE SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE?LOCOMOBILE. WITH CANOPY TOP
aud extra seat. In perfect condition; will be sold
at auction Saturday, 12 o'clock, at Sloan-* auc
Hon rooms. It*
FOR SALE?4,000 SQ. FT. OF CORRUGATED
Iron, used for celling; in good order; stri|>s 2 ft
J?"K- AI'P'y at once. SUPERIN
TENDENT. Star building. Je20-3t
SALB?TWO MALE AXD TWO FEMALE
Je20 2t? A"1"1"'58 W. II. T.. Star office.
FOR SALE?LADIES' BICYCLE; NEARLY NEW
first-class order; only *15; owner baa left the
city. Apply 904 D st. s.w. Jel9-3t*
FV.L- ? COTTAGE CHEESE, 10c.
ILR LB.; NEW EGGS AND FANCY BUTTER
AT FAIR PRICES. DROP POSTAL. HENRY
REUTER. 300 G N.W. Jel9-3t?
FOR SALE -HAIR MATTRESSES, TWO PARTS
*0; refrigerators; go-carts. *2.50; *1 per week Tor
parlor anil bed room suites; *1.48 for toilet set
* saved by buying here. Furniture Btored etc.
REDMOND'S, 311 and 313 7th n.w. Jel9-tf
FOR SAI.E-A FULL SET OF WELL TOOLS
augers for pipe well. Apply 454 Md. ave. s w '
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FOR SALE-TWO LARUE IX)UBLE-DOOR MOS
ler safes, also one small one; terms to suit Call
or^ address SAFES, Basement, 1335 F st. n.w.
FOR SALE-DIAMONDS AXI) WATCHES WE'RE
selling the same class of stock that New York's
best Jewelers sell, but at a lower price Our
expenses are much lower than theirs. Our agent
will call with samples. If you wish. J. DRUK
Je^jd12"1 aUd Pa aTe'' ?Ver Hat Store
FOR SALE-AN ELEGANT WATCH?THE BEST
movement. Low priced. Weekly or monthly
payments. Goods delivered at once. J DRI'K
KER 12 th and Pa. ave., over Davis' Hat Store.
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FOR SALE?A COMPLETE STOCK OF BEAUTI
ful diamond rings, pendants and studs, at very
low prices. Weekly or monthly payments Goods
delivered at once. J. DRUKKER, 12th and Pa
ave.. over Davis' Hat Store. 1el8-3<l '
FOR SALE-OWN A FINE WATCH. WE'RF
selling for *15 (cash or credit) a gentleman's
gold-filled. American-movement watch Keeps
perfect time. It's a genuine bargain. Call or
postal, J. DRUKKER, 12th and Pa. ave over
Davis' Hat Store. Jel8-5d
FOR SALE-CI1EAP-AT ONCE?LEV VI\G CITY
Entire contents of a naval officer's residence
almost new furniture, used 4 months; bed room'
dining room, library, hall and parlor furniture'
In mahogany, oak, curly birch, U.ds-eve mapie
and walnut. Anything you can posslbiv use Is
here. You are Invited to look this furniture over
if you purchase or not. 429 9th st. n.w. down
stalrs ill store. ' Jel8-3t?
FOR SALE-TWO ELEGANT PIANO BARGAINS:
A magnificent slightly used upright, one of the
best makes, full, sweet tone; *210, including
stool and scarf; *10 per month.
A fine 7^,-octave square grand piano, in beau
tiful condition; cost originally *600, for only
*125; *U per month.
Two rare bargains that should be appreciated
GRIMES' PIANO STORES
frlSOOd 1212 F street.
FOR SALE-BIG PIANO BARGAINS?ONE l'I'
rlght, *40; one upright. *60! new uprights from
*125 upward, warranted 10 years. Pianos tuned
$1.00. F. W. HELB1G. 1742 7th st. jell-tf-4
FOR SALE-TltUSCOTT VAPOR ENGINES AND
launches; two and four cycle engines. Call aud
see sample launch aud engine complete
ap24-52t? C. M. MacLEOD. Agt.. 031 Q ?t.
FOR SALE?CARLOAD OF WIXDOW SCRKFX8
snd doors; tcreens from lie. up; doors ron>i>l'et*
with all fixtures. 6#c. Fancy hard-oil flnUbed
doors. 9Sc. High-grade suburbaa doors. In ,11
sixes, carried In stock. Screen wire, lie. sonar*
f?i>t-_ Substantial screens made to order 73e
ELEEULA'i i''S. 11th snd H sts. n.e. sp2I-7St
FOR SALE-GOOD QUAUTT FLOOR OILCLOTH
25c. a yard; llnp;eum 48c. a yard; JolnUess mat!
ting, heavy and durable, ITc. a yard; the
Weaves at 25c. a yard. Telephone K. 25 D
mh31-tf KLEEBLATT. 11th and H stsT'a.e.
F2?,J^UE_GOO.?JlDAU7nr-.ol,A0IJB shams:
fltted to your windows only 25c.; tbe best auailtv
oil opaqut. shades, 80c.. banc free. Will call with
S'S'Sfi kLEEBLATT^S. 11U, and H sta! a!fc -
BijrS'Utf
^AU^AFFLY SATIN-SKIN CREAM. THEM
use 8atla-8Un Powder. Note satia texture, re
oned, eaqutat, softaees bestowed; 25c '
BtfM-T&t-i PALAIS BOYAL
FOR REHT?HOUSES.
FIRXISUEU.
FDR RENT FURNISHED HlM'SK; 9 RlH>MS;
every convenience; wUiw? exp<?sure; antral;
low rent to reliable jurties. Furnished 8-room
cottage at Washington Grove. cheap. Inquire
515 L at. o.w. je2e 3f
FOR KKXT T1LL OCTOBER. HANDSOME,
large. cool. well-furnished house, l>rst location;
lil?eral terms to reliable person. App y 211<> O
at. n.w. j*?2?>-3t#
FOR RENT ? FIKNI8HEU HOUSE FOR SI M
mer m<?uth?. at nominal rent; 9*raoo house; goud
h?cation. on Capitol liill and mci??ss from park.
Address, with ivfs., F. S. II., Star offi?*e.
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UKFl KM9HHD.
FOR RENT?BRICK DWELLING HOUSE. 1307 T
at. n.w.; 8 rooms; a.m.!.; $27.50 per month. Ap- ,
ply at 1214 T at )e3?-2t*
FOR RENT?48 T ST. N.W.; NEW; CONTAINING j
6 rooms, receptiou hall, cellar and hath; hand- '
aomely decorated; hack porch and large yard; j
rent, $27.50. Inquire within. C. C. KING,
Owner, 157 F at. u.e. je20 3t* ?
FOR RENT?BY GBo7\V. UN KINS. 800 19TH ST.
1812 H, 18r. b.. .$100.00 1709 Seaton. Or. w.16.50
2217 Pa av, 15r, b. .55.00 1T15 Seatott, Or. w.16.5?
1917 G nw, 11 r, b. .40.70 1717 Seaton. 6r, w.16.50
Flat 1913 Pa av,8r.h.4o.5o 222* II nw, 5r. b.. 16.30
Flat 1913 Pa av.8r.b.35.5u Good bouses for colored
626 3d ne. 8r. b....25.<K> teuanta. frora $7 up.
80 g nw. flat. 5r..18.50 1914 N Y av, 4r $*<00
1909 E nw, Or, b...17.50 Storage rooina 5.00 |
STORES.
818 22d. Or. and b $22.50
1913 Pa. ay. n.w., line large new store and cellar,
offer wanted. | 2201 P nw. op mkt..$20.oo
JeJO-tf 2132 K. atore lO.W
FOR RENT?NO. 124 E N.K., MODERN 7Tl< >OM
and <??!lar brirk; south front; good condition. J
Only $25.50. W. F. NASH, 5U0 Center Market
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FOR RENT l?2o T ST. N. W.; HAMWiMK 3
story brick rrsideu'*e; 11 riKtms and hath; with
2-story brick stable or automobile ham* a most I
desirable locattou. Rent, $50 for house; with
barn, $6o. \N M. R. HODGES. 1312 F fit. n.w.
'Phone main 1321. j'
FOlT RENT-1233 8TH ST. N\ W . 6{? H I.MS A \ D
bath. $23. 1502 ."ted *t.. 8 r?*>ms and bath,
$16.50. CIIAS. V. MALLET. 330 4*, st. u.u.
office hours, D to 11 a.m. and 3 to 4:30 p.m.
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FOR RI'NT ? V Eli MONT AVE : 1 HRK E
st??ry aud basemeut duelling; 10 rooms and bath;
$35.50. Til OS. W. Ill NGERFORD.
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FOR RENT?
224 E st. n.e., 10 rs., b.t a.m.l $37.5y
227 4^ st. s.w., 10 rs.. f., a.m.i., side yd. 35."O
1231 8th st. n.w.. 10 rs.. f., m.i 28.00
530 3d st. n.e.. C rs., b., a.m.i 25.00
1234 C st. n.e., 0 rs., b.t a.m.i 18.0"
600 M at. s.e., 6 rs.. b., a.m.i 17.50
1734 12th st. n.e.. 0 rs., b., water 10.30
BUSINESS PLACES.
926 Pa. ave. n.w., 3d floor $20.50
929 M st. s.e., store and duelling 18.00
Jel9 2t JOHN SCRIVENER. 319 4l, st. n.w.
FOR RENT-BY L. J. MILLS, 605 6TI1 ST. N.W.?
405 Iv nw, Crib . .$20.50 119 N Y a?. 7rib. .81.50
Store rm, lliR nw. 15.00-1109 7th nw.flat.6r.b.20.50
117 N \ av, 7rib. .31.5o) Flat 1243 11 ne.Or.b. 16.00
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FOR RENT?THE TWO HOUSES ADVERTISED
for reut at the corner of 4th and T sts. n.w. arc
taken, and twj others are now ready for papering.
These houses are finished throughout in hardwood.
They contain 7 rooms, including reception hall,
and have ev^ry modern improvement, including
beautifully tiled bath aud splendidly concreted
cellar; 20 fe?>t of iwrking and terrace; nice uack
jvrd to wide ailey. The location is one of th*
most delightful in the city of Washington, les
sees will be given the privilege of selecting wall
paper. For elegance ami quality of construction,
as well as locality and desirability in every par
ticular, these houses are not excelled by any In
any part of Washington. Price, $35 per month.
H. W. COFFIN, Room 122, Washington I>-an and
Trust bldg. jelVK;t
FOR RENT- 705 U ST. N.W.; 8 ROOMS, NEW
plumbing; newly papered and painted; iu excel
lent condition.
je 19-31 * JOHN SCRIVENER. 319 4^ n.w.
FOR RENT-1325 RIGGS ST. N.W.; H ROOMS,
bath; a.m.i.; in first-class condition -$30.4o.
2123 L st. n.w.; 9 rooms, bath; a.m.l.; bark
and front yard; newly painted aud papered;
$3o.56 per month.
EDWIN L. FRANZONT, 1335 F st. (basement).
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FOR RENT?1103 II ST. N.W.; 11 ROOMS,
bath; a.m.l.; partly furnished; $55 50 per month
by the year. ELDRIDGE E. JORDAN, Real
Estate, L^ans, Insurance, 1314 G st. n.w., Wash
lugton, D. C. _ Jel8-3t*
FOR RENT?
55 U st. n.w., 9 rooms; $25.50.
S. CARR,
jelS-3t* 504 11th st. n.w.
FOR RENT?
DEEBLE A CO., 1319 F ST.
010 F nw, 23rib. .$75.00 1521 New Hampshire av,
1514 Howard av. Mt Pleas- Or and hath *35.oO
ant,10rib, stable.$38.50il319 F, office rms.$5 & $10
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FOR RENT? ^
1307 It st. n.w.. 14 rms., a.m.l .$00.00
1341 Corcoran st. n.w., 9 rms.. bath, a.m.i. 35.
jel7-tf LOUIS D. WINE i CO.. 1304 F st. n.w.
FOR iIeNT?BY WEAVER 15ROS., 1110 F ST. N.W.
821* 14th st. n.w., store $7o.?K?
817 12th st. n.w., 10 rooms and bath $75.00
1211 Q st. n.u*., 10 rooms and hath $4<>.?3
3153 Q st. n.w., 8 rooms and bath $30.<*0
3350 M st. n.w., store $10.50
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for "Tent cheapest in town-biuck; 8
rooms; water; large yard. 1012 1) s.w., near 11th
st. cars. $15. E. A. McINTIRE,
Jel7-0t* 224 C n.w.
FOIt RENT?
NW. 318 Pa av.22r.$83.33 SW, 319 S Cap.lOr.b.25.50
NW, 1227 Conn.ll.h.83.33 SW. 207 13Vi, 9r, b.22.40
NW, 1009 9th, 14r,2b.83.33 SW, 927 C, Or. b...20.30
NW, 2027 I. 19r.2b.00.00 SW. 929 C, ?ir. b.. .20.30
NW, 1119 U7 llr, b.55.00 SW. 023 C, Or 13.S0
NW, 1300 W, lOr, b.40.50 SW, 427 Nth. 3r
NW, 1333 Con-. 9r,b.35.001 NE, 1104 7th, 8r, b.26.50
NW, 3211 U, 7r, b. .35.00 NE, llu8 8th, Or, b.l5.:W
NW. 3213 U, 7r, b. .35.00 NE, 1100 8th, Or. b. 15.30
100 ?- ?- .w* " ^.30
r.3o
>.o0
.. .0.30
NW, 801 25th, Or, b. 12.50 S& 310 r r 313 A.' Vr8.00
NW, 1247 35th, Or. . 12.30 SE, 313 S C av, 4r. .7.00
NW. 515 21st, 4r... 10.30
FLATS?N.W.
20S D (2d floor), 4 rooms and bath $27.50
208 D (1st floor), 4 rooms aud bath 25.00
1114 G (third floor), 4 rooms and bath 25.00
STORES.
NW, 618 Pa. ave., 5 stories and cellar, 15,000 sq.
ft. floor room and 2 elevators. Per annum. .$4,200
NW, 1934 10th, Or.$25.00 ,NW. cor22d*Water20.00
OFFICES.
NW. Gunton bldg, <.-dices | NW, 648 La ave, offices
NW, Central bldg, offices I NW, Vernon Row, offices
APPLY AT OFFICE FOR WEEKLY BULLETIN.
JelO-Ot THOS. E. WAGGAMAN. 917 F st. n.w.
FOR RENT-BY li. O. HOLTZMAN, REAL ESTATE
and Insurance Broker, loth and F sts. n.w.
Chamberlin's and 1418 I.. 1714 9th nw, lOr...35.00
88r, 5b, per an. .$5,000:933 N, apts, 5r 35.00
22 Lafayette sq. 2or. 5b,
etc, per annum. .$4,000
425 12th nw, store, 50 by ;
25, upper port ion. 110.00
1325 14th, 12risto.100.u0
505 12th nw, 14r,2b.83.33
309 13th nw, 21 r...S3.33 '
1227 15th nw, lor. .50.00
1223 L, apU, 5r 45 oo :
1843 R. lOr 40.00
1021 9th nw. llr. ..35.80
1218 T nw, lOr 35.00
OFFICES.
"Atlantic Coast Line 941 F nw, 3r 20.00
bldg," from $10 to $35 470 La av..$10 & $15.00
639 F nw...$5 to $22 501403 7 th nw 10.00
STORES.
425 12th nw,bldg.$l 10.00 | 1247 ilth ae $25.00
1245 11th se 25.00*' 227 Q nw 12.00
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1327 14th nw. Or 35.00
1223 L, apt, 4r 32.50
1312 Corcoran. Or...30.00
1444 Fla av nw, Or.25.50
1223 L, apt. 2r 25.00
1421 9th nw. Sr.... 18.30
021 4Va sw, Or&sto. 18.00
1247 11th se. Or. 15.tHi
227 nw, 4r 12.50
09 Decatur ne. Or..11.50
1211 K ne, 4r 10.00
FOR RENT-NORTHWEST; NEW HOUSE; SIX
rms., bath, cellar; furnace, coal and gas ranges;
nicely papered; painted kitchen; china cbset;
cabinet mauiels; porcelain bath tub; open nickel
plumbing;'rent. $22.50 to good tenant. Apply to
EUGENE E. GADDIS. 425 9th st. n.w. jel0-0t*
FOR RENT?411 9TH ST. N.E.; BRICK DWELL
lng; two stories and cellar; six rooms; bath;
a.m.i.; $22.50.
733 4th st. n.w.; brick dwelling; 7 rooms; j
water, etc.; $20.50.
jelO-tf JAMES F. SHEA, 043. La. ave. n.w.
FUU KENT?BY J.VilKS V. SHEA,
043 Louisiana ave. n.w.
30 Oth st. s.e., 9 rooms, a.m.l $37.50
006 F st. n.e., 7 rooms, a.m.l 25.50
208 4Vi st. s.w., store and dwelling 25.0o
23d st. and Va. ave. n.w., store & dwelling 23.50
243 14th st. s.w., 9 rooms, bath 20.00
478 H st. s.w., 6 rooms, water 15.30
1839 8th st. n.w., 5 rooms, water 14.30
495 I st. s.w., 5 rooms, water..., 12.80
1307 11th st. s.e., 5 rooms, water, 10.00
2105 1? st. n.w., 4 rooms, water 8.30
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FOR RENT?006 F ST. N.E.; TWO STORIES AND
cellar; seven rooms; reception hall; a.m.l.; fur- |
nace heat; $25.50 JAMES F. SHEA,
jel4-tf,4 643 Louisiana ave. u.w.
FOR RENT-BY B. F. SAUL. SE. COR. 7TH & L N.W.
Store 100 P st nw 518 12th ue. Or, b. .22.50
Nw cor llth&U nw,store,i 1522 loth nw. Or&b.25.30
11at,bakery&stable.60.00 67% R nw, flat, kmu.1S.50
Brookland. DC, Lansing C<orlst&Nsw.sto&7r.18.30
st, 12r&2 b rooms, large.820 11th ne.flat.sirai. 17.00
yard 50.00 1245 H n?\ sto&cel. 16.50
1129 7thnw,ll,h,sto.55.00 1015 11th nw, store. 16.00
1107 17th nw, lOr. b.45.00 0th A O nw, store. .15.50
209 12th nw, store.35.50 1N04 7th nw. stoi2r.15.00
1006 7th nw.stoidw.35.5<? 420 M se. storeiGr .13.3o
943 Mass av, Sr&b. .35.50 430 Franklin, Or, w. 10.00
2104 1st nw, lOrib.35.50(422 O nw, 4rib fiat.12.50
713 11th nw, for l'se ch'p 021 7th nw, lr 12.(w?
1508 7th nw, sto.cel.35.00,3128 7th nw, store. .10.50
024 Oth nw, Or&b. .35.00 450 Franklin, store.lo.oo
1307 7tb, st<?&3 rms.30.5o 1806 7th nw, 3r s.5?>
1310 7th ii\v,sto,Or,b.30.50{Slore rm r'r 7th i O.S.OO
2027 1st nw. 7r. h..29.50 Rear 011 M nw, 4r. .7.50
Flat 1607 7th, sum'r.27.5o 1124 N Cap ut. 2r...7.3o
1137 7th nw.stoireL25.5o 714 M nw, store 7.00
500 L ue,atore,7r,h..25.00;452 I> nw. off rs.$7 i $8
1430 1st nw, 4rib flat, j Rear 508 12th uw<col)0.30
por tub, steam ht.23.00!1114 7th nw. 3r 6.00
Halls fi?r r*t, 4>th i (J nwiHotel. 3Cr. st heat, cheap
Office r?x>ms at 512 F st. n.w.. steam heat. >?14-tf
FOR RENT?
910 M uw, fur. ..$100.00 1925 N, 13r. b, fur. 150.00
110 2d se. lOr, b, fur.75.Oo S24 13th nw.11 rjj.sta50.00
1303 N nw, 12r. b. .75.00 Sin r r 1311 Corcoran.^.Oo
1744 S nw, llr. b. .00.00 322 Del av ne. Or, b.22.50
Store 1220 E nw.?50.00 Oftt? e rms. 1307 F st nw J
1621 Conn av. 14r, 2b. 1837 16th nw. 10r, b.45.00
1341 Q nw, 13r, b. .52.50 205 II ue. 5r 10.00 1
813 G st. 12r 50.00
TYLER i RUTHERFORD, Inc.. 1307 F st.
my!0-38t* ,
FOR RENT?IF YOU WISH TO RENT A MOD- '
ern residence, centrally located, inspect 1132
10th st. n.w., just above Mass. ave.; 10 rooms
and bath and reception hall; 7 bed rooms; cab
inet mantels; side windows, which make rooms
bright snd cheerful. Rent. $47.50 month. Open
for inspectlou>
Jeft-tf STONE 4 FAIRFAX, 806408 V wL ?-W.
FOR RENT?HOUSES.
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fob rkvt v ??
^'"H KK\r. "IVN'fr, 1427 r v w.
??0 Merer RoM UV40 14 ?th ar. *r
??). Takoma r*. for. 8r Ktt Th. WhrU 4r
$1 to. SOU-4 Uthnn. march $xv.C13 N V ar. warch ?.
tloo . mil I'itt. KilMlttU. . . .Til. l anotim. ftr
$S3.34.:?? l?t nr. fur. 15r$a2.\. ...NIT. 7th nw. 7r
an....SIS ;ih n?r. stare |S^.ao.TlM'M.?i(utwrj.&r
t"' .1*23 Ohapln nir, Ut JL~.; .V) .lftlo 13th nw'. l?r
$7A Ea*t Capitol. llr *m. .The Monixotncrj.
$<?...The SflrBwreegli, ?r (So 140> 17th ti*. ?>r
$?l.ao.. .!(*? 1^.1 n?r. ur $30 1111 M nw, Oat
111 07. .21 K Cap at. 14r $?i. . The Trldouie. ?r
?U.K.IT Iowa Circle, ?r fan 141161, 14th ?w, 11aT
SO. 1014 S dv. lOriin 2\3M 1 nw. 4r
fti..432 1*th air, op r fl'r g2C.2S Ul* H ?w. Kr
>5 ISC X nw. 10rfc?vv> #13 yuln. ? nw. <?r
&!.&o ime> kaiora a*. 12r $2A ,vi . .. ;??17 ll nw 7r
52..V).1(CX1 ."allfor aT.12rEsi.Vi .... 46 y or ?r
?51.50.. .1016 22d nw. Ur J35.S5 .l?l6 Stb l<! 5r
21,17 K nw. Win 5<? i?t at nr. 7r
W.? ?IT R nw. llr $23&o no: s II ,T. 7r
HI..1NS7 Veraoa it, 12r ?? tt !W u ai ue. lir
? 1*** IWb ?w. Kr|S asoi p? oflw
M827 l-b'lpa place Ur ia T^? Milton. 3r
' "11 M nw. Bat fer. .10 1*45 s nw. sr
-1235 Harvard nw. 12r $22.)*) . .S10C K uw 6r
.1747 Columbia rd, fcr fca.Vi.loI3 N Cap at #r
173? lHth nw. lor cauM 413 y nw. 7r
?"1 ?T? ??. l?r t?> 40. 20S Arthur pi. 7r
?1I 18th nw. lor 130 luu N 11 a*. ?r
S 65..1528 22d nw. 12r $30 ?0l Frle nw. *r
I.45. .1414 llopklua. lor$ati 615 r nw. .>?.*
J... .#22 Maw aw. !?r:$li. 40. r24 Man ar. 7r
V. .lie Keusltuctoo. 5r ns.so.3K2 M 'l<?n ar. Or
5 Tba Thorn... 6r $iv . r.15 F nw. .??. -.??
.5..The Lonailneton. 5r $1.*, 5,11 i? nw. oflk-.-?
J*."1 The Victoria. (ir $is ?25 >1a at ne. 4r
$40.65. .2211 Wash clr. 8r lis.. . 1642 Huron nw, ?.r
|4o.fio. .. ,22(1S K ??-, Mr $12.Sri. .2447 M uw. atorv
$40.55 22S A ne, llri|2.3a)..W0 2lat nw. atom
?W8 S nw. m ||2.*? '.til 25th tin. air
$40.50.2406 Ontarlouw.kr $12 . .2432 15th nw. tlr
f4,1 ?'2 K nw. l?r $12 323 7th no. atoix
$40 1206 K Capitol. Sr $12 S2U Ttli ap. ator
? to Th.- Thoiuax, apt $11 2430 15th law. 7r
{4,, The Luxon. <lr $ni.:t(i. 25;hi aith nw, 5r
*40. .The Marlhorouch, 2i $1ii.W..236 I'atLcr n<-. 5r
?37.50 2u? 1) nw, 8ril(i.3U. ,?14 21 it ti?. ?t r
$.16...The Cauihriflcv, 4rJio. ,l?t & K aw, roat id
$.15.60.. .1014 22d nw. ?r $10 41C WIN..-. u? ?
2146 K nw, in $iu, ...?iin K ..fl; ?
? -13-1 W nw. lor $5 814 K n?, ..tli .<
$3o.o0 162C y uw, tir
Kor > omiilete lia>t of property for r<-nt aond far
mt'klj tioll iiu.
JeU-tf n H. WARMS CHI . fairs K
n.w
l'nlt UKVT A ltKAI TIKI L Hoi'SK ilN \l\?sT
aTr. 11. ur Sheridan Cirri.-, .uoiuier p:loe. KARI.V
A l.AM t"11 IN. 615 14th ut. Jel3 8t
FOR RKXT?NO. 52 V KT. N.W.. 8 URIIK
n-?*ptlon hall, p.rf.vtl7 <lr.v cellar; thlx
boiiKt* Is u?*\v au<l up to-date in ?*verv
half a aguafv fn.m atn-el rara. $3" 5ii Key at
No. Bo. W. J. KRlggKlJ, IW7 U ?t. Jel3 8t
I 1'OR KENT BY I1UH * WILOUX.
1W7 1'enna. are.
1502VtaT.12rJb.el.$8.'{.33 ?i'J2 II. 5r. w 15.t?)
15O0 17th,8,h.eel.nl.50.60 2324 II, 4r. cel. w 12,.'*?
723 18th. llr. b, ml.45.fto tiKKICK It.NIMS
811 !<tb. lOr.h.cel.tnl.45 ,'m 482 4x? 1* are. heated
20211 ,\. lor. b. uil .40.5o ruis.$>v $lo. $12.50. $Ji<
1332 T. llr.b,e(.|,uil.4ti 50 FI?AT5.
2317-23111 |?? av. Ur, 1731 20th.6r.li.2d fl.CM) Oil
h. < el, nil 35.50 1|*>7 I,aav.5r.h.beat.35 5il
2148 K. Ur.ti.eel.tul. X. .VI 1114 23d. lM ti. 4r. b 80.5H
3107 .V, lor. b. nil. :-i 808 2l?t, 4r. b. nit .So >?i
2117 K. 16r. 3U.S4I 830 2oth. 4r, li. ml .18 50
5.'I2 20th.8r,b,eel,ant.25.50 211V l*a at, 4i, b. . . 16.5o
2:116 11. Hr. ll. ml..25.50 Kl KMSHEll
212? I'a at. 6r.b.ml 25.5o 1735 1'. l."ir,?tlu ht $ 17* 'in
1412 30th, Dr. ti. tlll.25.5'i 181,*. lllth, llr 21. l.MloO
13 yalaey.6r.b.<-l.iui.25.35 1105 24th. air. b. ml.40.110
533 FJa at. sr. ti. nil.25.aMt si'i iltlX.
tillt 23d. ?r.li..-i.|.mi.22.50 181S1 llth. lr.i-el.u $3.15.1
s22 ll tie. lir, I., anl.22.50 vui 24th.-r4ki-to.? .k I* t??
822 12th ue.iir.li.aul..20.5o 1351.32.1, Inr>r" nil 17 5n
1012 N II av.6r.li.iut.211.;?i 511 12th. 4r a?.i?<
2o34 I., tlr. b. nil...2o.50 114 I'a nv.lr.i-el.v t't"
2618 I.. Or. b. mi.. .20.50 2i:?8t, i'n ?[,?*. ;:r.
SOS 21 at, 6r, b, nl..18.5ii wati-r ami t;aa....25.5o
2o2ii lj. 6r, b, ml...17.50 KTAULKS.
2308 M. 5r, ?. g... lti-'iO IM12 li. 2a. eb.l w .p $15 i??
21123 I,. Sr. ? lt;.iHl2'tll li. b.4r.? ,:ia.w 12 ,V|
717 2oth. 7r. ?. j;..I5.Vi 1142 lstb. s*.wr.l,? 12.5.1
I'.ais loth. 7r. w 15.5o 716 lutb.t..:u.?r.l.H loin
S21 24th, 5r. w 15.3H ls2J?-.ll 1, 5r. w 7 ">
817 aoth. 5r. w 15.30 Ji-14 tf
KOlt RKNT-li. 11. TIHIlii'SON. 13S5 F fl'
1827 I'lielps nw,Vr,t>t5o.oo l?(is s nw, sr. b . .35 0.1
1532 22d, Ur, li 50.00 I,"i2s 22d uw, yr. b. .5" tm
1734 Corcorati. 12r,b.35.5o I1H13 loth u?. atore. 12 00
438 4tb ue, 8r. b...32.5o 1315 Llud.-u u.-, 5r. ,7.5n
Jell-tf
llltt KK.VT 1412 "til'Tl ST. NW . o ST V Bit .
lor., tia . reHar; fttniaee, ni t ; larRe ida ; k.ni.1
n-palr; $35.50. Solo 13th at. n.w.; 2 at>\ l?r . 6r .
ba.. eel ; m.l.; jda . $20.50 Aptilr 1210 S at. n w
uij-14-381*
| KOIl IUCVT -
BronUaat PMWnt 12th ne 7 i?i
1701 U nw 27.50 stable, Columbia rl.l.'io
3i 132 Cambridge pi. .25.50jKlata lul7 12th. $20 up
. 41n 2d ue 25.001
THB .M.LACH1>:.N KKAL ESTATE & I>>A\ CO..
1 my5-tf luth and U ata.
FOR RKXT-BT H. W RUST. KM 14TH ST N wT
13**11 Yale n.w.. 10 r.Minaa and bath
1744 Oregon ate.. 8 roniua aud bath $45 0.1
1311 13th 11 w.. 11 r-Kiina, tiatb, cellar.... 40 5o
527 18th n.w., 10 nxima aud 2 hatha.... 40.on
lboT Utgga, 8 rootna and bath 32.50
65 H n.w., 8 and batb 27 5?
112 Fla. at.n.w., 8 rnoina and l*ath 25.no
1527 V Capitol. 6 r.mma aud bath 18 00
OFFICE ROOMS. 608 14th n.w.
je7-tf-10
FOR REM ? CHUNK 24177
THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRt ST CO .
ltKAL ESTATE DEPARTMBNT.
62fl F nw $125.00 2118 1'ouu av. 8rAb.40 i>0
2101 P uw, 12r 75.00il25;t 23d at 8r 37.So
1013 M at, Kir <i5.oo :t;i n ae. Ur 35.5o
1341 N II ave. lOr. .65.00, Montrose. 4 room* .30 no
1507 R I at. 12r....65,oo|loo5 M st. ?tore...25.50
200 8th aw. llr 45.0011808 6th at. 4r 15.58
Je7-tf THOMAS BRADLEY, Heal Eatate Offi er
FdK KENT- .
8.-2 14th. 10r. 2b.$100 0# 1S27 l'h.-lps, 81, b 5o 00
17u4 U. 4 fi.Kira loo.oti -1230 .N. lit. u 5o.5vi
2108 R. 12r, b 100.00 1323 T. Sr. h 45 ikJ
1826 11, lOr, b 65.jo 1240 5ih, 6r 20.50
lbia M. lOr. b ?3.0o| 1027 8U1, 7r 3U.00
feO-tf GAilCH BROS.. 1307 F at.
KOR HENT?Cl.KVKI.AMi PARK LaTo.K AMI
beautiful hotiae; magullli-eut tU-w. Ollli-e 610
14th. JOHN SHERMAN. J'-T tr
FOR KENT?rLNE HOC SB-COL. ROAI> AND
Com., ate; 12 rooma; all modern appolntmenta.
Adjolnloc house, aamc *Ue. w lth^-ouiuiuokat
Ing <1"Ora. can be had If dealred.
anj24-tf JOHN SHERMAN. 610 14th at.
FOB RENT?
104 3d st. n.w., 10 rooms and batb $28 50
Apply to P. M. BROWN, Trustee, 422 5th at. <i.w.
ap28tf
i*OU RENT?1341 CORCORAN ST. N.W.; 3 8TO
rles; trocts south; 8 large rootua; a. m. L; new
ly papered and decorated; only $35.62.
rnyV-tf LOC18 D. WINE A CO . IS04 F st. n w.
FOR RKNT?COLUMBIA HElliUTS. 2520 HTU"
?t. c.w.; 10 rooms; tiled baife, awnings, scree as;
?00. Km 3518 13th at.
mh28 tf ALONZO O BLISS. Ellas bld?
FOR RENT?UNFURNISHED^
1333 16th at $333.33 812 18th st 45 00
1016 10th st 100.00 1728 18th st 45.00
1630 R I ate 100 00 810 18th at 20.00
1314 18th at 6B.00
Also a large lial of dealrable fitrnlahed hnnaea.
FITCH. FXIX A BROWN.
mh22-t? 1406 Q st. n.w.
FOR RENT-COLUMBIA HEIGHTS?
2S30 13th n.w , 10 rooms and bath (30.03
?eT-tf Room 8. Bllaa bide.. 35 B at. ? w.
FOR RENT?OUT OF TOWN.
l'OR RENT?TWO FI KNTSIIEH <1 iTT.M.KS, SIX
bed ri?tus; bath and stable; on Pappcoac Square
l'ulnt. near Bristol, It. I.; buttling uud I mating;
price, $400 each for actutnu. For further par
ticulars apply to DANIEL R. CASE, Brlst. 1, B. I
_Jel4-7t
PROPOSALS.
TKKA.srUV I>KPAKTMKNT, Br REAL' OF K\
graving and PrlDtinK. Wai?hinpt(>n. i>. C.. Jun?? IT.
S^al?*d will be reoelvtHl at thf?
until 2 p.m.. Thursday, Juno 2<J. l&i?2. aud
tbvu ope?i4*d, to lurnish, during ibe fi??-al y?*ar Ik*
ginning July 1, 1MI2. Coi?oentrat?Hl Red No. 1, diy
color. Award trill bo made only to cstablishM
maiiufacturoni of. or doalors in. the artlolo. Tbo
right Is reserved to rejert any or all bids or parti
of bids. Klauk forms, with sjtecirb-ationa for pr??
posal. and further Information d'-sired, will b?
furnished Intending blddors on application to WM.
K\. MKKKUITH. I?lrtn*tor <?f Iiuioau. jel9 2t
OFFH-K ( F TIIK aiMMISMIONtRS, IH8TRITT
of Columbia. Juno 17. 1VU2. FIMP?i.SALaS F*?H
SCHOOL ROOK.S AND 8Al)lH,KttY. ?tM pro
posals will be received at this oflle?* imtll THCKS
DAY. JI NK 'M. 11 AT TWO O'CIXKX V M .
for furnishing tbo District <iovornni<-nt with S?*ho?>!
B<M>ks and Saddlery for the fls<'al j*oar ondlng
Juno 3<?. 19<W. Blank forms of pr<>|M?als. to
gether with information, may bo obtainod ujhid
application at the otlloo of properly clerk. Itooiu
30. District building. Bids will bo rc?*elved by th?
class or for one or mot* Items in a clans, but th?
Commlssiouors reserve tbo ri^ht to r?'Joct any ot
all Lids or parts of bids, to waive defects and to
award the contracts by the class or by one ??t
xaore lt^ms in the class, as may best serve the
Interests of the District of Columbia. HKNRY B.
F. MACFARLAXD. JOHN W ROSS. H C. NEW
COM UK. Acting CoBDlMioser. Cummlsstoocrs
tho District of Columbia. j<*1M-6t
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSI#INERS. D C
Washington. Jun. 17. -.SEALED I'Kopi ?SAI S
will be received at this office until 12 m. on July8.
19u2. for constructing an engtoe bouse ?t tlongre**
Heights. Blank forms of pn?|M>iuils and Sfieclflca
tious. together with all necessary information,
may be obtained ujkmi application thoref<M* at the
office of tho Inspector of Building* of the District
of Columbia, on aud after the 2Rth of June. !!*?".
and bids npon these forms only wilfc l?e considered.
Tho right is reserved to reject any or all bids
Projjosals must l?e inclosed in an envelope, sonletl
ami indorsed on the outside "Proposals for Con
structing an Engine House at Congress Heights."
HENRY B. F. MACFARLAND. JOHN W ROSS.
11. <\ NEWCOMER, Acting. Commissioners. D. C.
*el8-4it
PNKl'yATIC TI BE MAIL SERVICE. I*OS T
Office Department. Washington. D. C.. May 2i?.
1SS?2. -aSealed proposals ?ill l>e received at the of
fice of the Second Assisrant Postmaster General,
Post Office Department, until FOTR P.M. Jl'LY
TWELFTH. 11*02. for tho performi'm-e ??f mail ser
vice by pnonuiatic tul?es or other similar devices
at the following cities: Boston. Mass.: Brooklyn.
N. Y.: Now York. N. Y.; St. IxmiIs. Mo.; Phila
delphia. Pa.: Washington. I>. C.; Chicago. 111.
Pamphlets giving description of routes and re
quiiements under the advertisement may be had
ou appUcatfc-n to the postmaster at any of tb?
alM.ve-uaimd cities, or upon application to the
Second Assistant Postmaster General. Wasbiugu?n.
DC. II. C. PAYNE. Postmaster General.
my3of.6t
~ ACCOXTNTASTB.
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