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If not convenient to call at The Star office, 11th street and Pennsyl vania avenue, leave your advertise ment at any Postal Telegraph office, all of which are branch offices of The Evening Star. ADVERTISING RATES One cent a word each Insertion for Rooms For Rent?Rooms and Board ?Boarding?Wanted Help and Situa tions. Minimum charge, 15c. NORTHWEST BBAHCHES. 14th ami Welling Eppley's Drug Store. 14tb and U sts.~Gentner's Pharmacy. 14th and R. I. ave.?Portman A Hojto'a. 7 th and T its.-Crliveirs Drug Store. Vt. arc. and I at.?King's Drug Store. 1120 Conn, ave.--'Telegraph Office. 2Sth and Pa. are.?Herbst's Drug Store. Woodward A: I.othrop*s?Telegraph Office. S. Karn. Sons & Co.?Telegraph office. Mb and F sts.?Government building. U. S. Capitol?House Corridor. Columbian Building. Jenifer Building?7th and T> ?ts n.w. EAST WASHINGTON. 2d ft Pa. are. 8.p.-I>)byns' Drug Store. 8th and E a.e.?Bradley's Drug Store. 11th A E Cap. ata.?Haley's Drug Store. GEORGETOWN. 32d ?nd M sts.?O'Dounell's Drug Store. WANTED?HELP. M A I. SC. WANTED?A JUNIOR DBUft CLERK <1, 2 OR ;i years* experience!; will be given college opportu nities. Address, stating references, "SALOL." Star offl'f. de30-2t* WANTED A roLOREI) MAN TO DO GENERAL housework and drive for private family, lnuulre It. HARRIS A CO., 7til mid 1> six. n.w d09O>2t WANTEI?" T!IF SF1RVHTO OF AN ENERGETIC1 white ls?y lu drug store. Address EN ERGX, stu r om? p. teio WANTED- 2 R EI J ABLE DRIVERS FOR MILK wagon: will nay good wages to right men. Ap p!ay 1333 14th st. u.?. de80-2t WASTED A YOUNO MAN in CONTRACTOR'S office capable ?f operating typewriter. Answer, giving age and salary expected. Box 41, Star offi. e. de30-2t* WANTED A BOV. AT PAUMERS BICYCLE STORE. 901 ?th st. n.w. de30-2t Wanted prigiit energetic young man to look after coal yard; must l?e a hustler and able to tnan.ig.* m^n. AddllH, Htatlng exp""i mmcm lad rdtraira, Box f>i. star oflec. It* W A NTEI? JA N IT* Sfi ELEVAT< Ml MAN. BELL man. by day. f 1; 2 waiters. Inquire 1035 11th at. n.w. It* WANTED VOI NG MAN, $12 WEEK: AU30 ONE to di i\e grocery wafoa. Daeeirant, 942 E n.w.* WANTED?SECOND-MAN (WHITER PRIVATE family: geod wages; light colored waiter. Iu quire 1211 10th nl. n.w. It* W A NTFI>~ SH> 1 >ND MAN.~WKIl ltK< '* UMiMEN iT ed; white preferred. Apply 1105 10th at. n.w. de30-w,f.m.3t* WANTED VOI NG, MAN IN DRUG STORE. SAL ary. *25 per month. AFFLECK S DRI'G STORE. de30-3t WANTED WHITE COACHMEN AND FOOT-* men; also 2 colored eoaebnien: also one first class gi.?om. DOWNEY'S STABLE, 1622 L st. n.w. de29-3t W ANTED EXPERIENCED COLLAR. CUFF AND shirt starehers. Apply YAIJ5 STEAM LAIrNT)RY, 437 N. Y. ave. n.w. de29-3t WANTED?LIVE MEN CAN MAKE |5.00 PER day selling our late specials. SCI1ROT BROS., 611 La. ave. * de29-3t WANTED T\ NEAT RoY WHO FN I >ER STANDS housework; niuat Htay nighta. 1449 N st. n.w. de29-2t W A NTE D?TE LEG RAPII MESSENGERS. APPLY 1401 F at de28-10t WANTED -ARE YOt: SATISFIED WITH YOUR position-' We neej technical, executive and clerical men. Write for booklet. HAPGOODS, 708 Colorado building. de22-10t FEMALE. WANTED?GOOD PLAIN COOK (WHITE) WITH good references. Call before n??on at 1640 21st st. n.w. It* wanted young woman as good cook and laundress. and to be gene-rally useful; family three adults; stay nights. Apply Thursday, 9 to 12. 1703 st. n.w. It WANTED -SERVANT FOR GENERAL HOUSE work and cook; family of three; recommenda tions required. Apply 230 A st. s.e. It* WANTED- A NEAT RELIABLE COLORED GIRL to do cooking and general housework in small family; no washing, must be a good cook; stay night-: itfwm itfdnd. Apply after 5 p.m., 1244 Kenesaw ave. n.w. de3u-2t* W ANTED -GO< >D CO<)K AMl^ENERAL HOUSE worker in family of three adults where another servant Is employed: good wages to a competent person. 3104 14th st. n.w. *de30-3t* WANTED?GIRlTTwiHTKt OR COLORED*fo As sist lu general nousework; small family. 3055 13th at. n.w. * It* WAV1H) THE KERVB*ES OF A LADY WHO 18 experienced in p?stiug books. Address GOOD WRITER, Star office. de3o-2t* W A NTED - COOKS, CHAM BHRMAIDS, W A fS rt-Mses, nurses, ladles' maids. seamstresses, kit- h?*nmahK other help. LADIES' EXCHANGE, 807 YfiMit ave. It* WANTED - FIRST CLASS WHITE <VK>K: BEST naps: also chambermaid and waitress. LA DIES* EXCHANGE, 807 Vermont ave. It*" WANTED?GOOD, PlJtlN COOK ~ WORK < >NE Soar only; no lauiidrv work. Call 122 M n.w. 1* WANTED-TllE NEW Y< iltk EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 1144 15th st. B.V., want?* 15 colored women cooks and 25 white, with ref.; also 10 chambermaids and waitresses. No fee. It* WANTED A WHITE \V<HIKING HOUSEKEEPER f- r hotel; stale r ference. Address Boa 45, Star office. ib-Ho 3t* WANTED VoUn'G LADY IFOR REIJ A BLB firm; $9 week permanent place. Basement office, 942 E n.w. It* WANTED - A WHITE WAITRESS. CALL AT 1310 Conn. ave. d?3o 3: WANTED COOKS. W A ITKESSEaS CHAM*BKR inalds and Other htlp; plates immediately. Ap pl v LADIES' EXCHANGE BUREAU, 11 IT. F n.w. It* WANTED JAN. 1. IN FAMILY OF 0, TWO WO men, on-t to cook, wash and iron, other as cham bermaid; stay night-. Call 1211 Harvard st. i i 2t* WANTED?5 WOMEN. DAY WoTTkEKS $1 50 day; laundresses. chan;l>ermaids and plain cooks, las llth st. B.W. It* WANTS) EXPERIENCED HANDS ON EVENING wai^t- at ore. Gall l n.w. d?8Mt' WANTED WET.UR1.E AM) SETTLED WOMAN f-?r general housework: small fnmlly. 1744 Cor coran st. n?w. de3u-2t* WANTED A WOMAN I<)R GENERAL II<>US& work; g<? home nights. Call with references, at 1336 14th st. n.w. A It WANTEI Y Ol NG~ W? >M AN WITH FA IR knowledge of stenography and typewriting. Ap ply Room 9, 1413 G st. It WANTED?AT 1421 K ST . A COLORED CHAM be nil fa Id pud waitress. Bring references. It* wanti:T? waikt; sleev k an p skirt baiuN acenstotu*d to hue work. 17r>2 p at. n.w. de304icjal 2f WANT LP A RKSPE.TAHLK COLORED WOM un as cook aud laundress: stay nights: good borne, goisl wages. Apjdy 1847 Cincinnati st. n.w. deJ40 2t* WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work: g?shl home to the right party; must stay nights. 1933 15th at. n.w. It* WANTED" IN LA WYE R S OFFli~E, A YOUNG lady typewriter familiar with Remington ma chine aud having some knowledge of stenography. Snlarv. $0 i>er week. Address Box 50, Star of too It* WANTED Ql'ICK. HOUSEMAID (WHITE). $18; color* d hi us'maid, nurse aud cook; wages each. 1013 N. Y. ave. If WANTED YOUNG" LADY. PLAIN WRITER, $0 t.? stait Call PEOPLE'S EXCHANGE, lo:? F. Room 2. It* W A NTE! ? cjia.M B K RM AID A NI? WAITRESS; small family; prefer half growu girl; must stay nights and have city reference. 17t>9 Madison st. It* wanted \ neat colored girl to do g ncral housework lu a small family. 1018 19th ?t- lt_ WANTED YOUNG GIRL AS APPRENTICE dressmaker. M. Ill'PER, 720 11th St., second floor It* W aNTI I? "cThlToTeD GIRL FOR GENMtAL kmnewoct; vtfbctacM. Illft 18th at. n.w. it* WANTED WHITE GIRL FOR CHAMBER WORK, no washing or ln>niug Apply at 1200 loth n.w. de29-3t* W A N 11i) ~Ci ED WOMEN TO COOK AND DO g*'ivrnl housework: uo laundry work; must come well r? ? un meuded and stay nights. Apply 13u6 ltoanoke st. de29-3t* W A NTEI) -MTENOGRAPH Ot AND TYPBWEITER for o?ce work. Address Box 22, Star office. d-29 2t WANTED SETl'TLED WOMAN AS NURSE I baby; references required. Apply 2113 Bancroft i c?,un,M-tlcut Avenue Heights. de2tt-2t* WANTED a <;<"?!? COOK; ALfiO \ LAUNDWa bjth to stay nights. Apply 901 16th si. de2y-3t* W A NTEI) A YOUNG WOM AN, GRADUATE OF high school, for clerical work; write letter. Ad dress Box 23, Star office. de29-6t V ANTttli-SEVRRAl. EXHBRIBNOEU SHIRT fuljors; p?>rmtiD<Mit rosiii n end good pay fur flirt loss help. Apply YALE STE.AM tiAUN I>RY. 437 N. Y. ave. n.w. .!ea?-St rt ANTIU>?A OIRI, TO COOK AND ASSIST IN Seiitral bou??n-ork; with reftrente. 1810 It ?t. ^2u2t? \va.ntku? sevekai. ladiks can MAKE $8.00 btr day acllina our aouvciilr cal*ndar. SCIIROT Bftos., en lV 4t?, toian s WANTED?HELP. FBMALB, WANTED?A WIDOWER, WITH TWO CHIL drcn, SealrM mlddle-?*ed woman to run boiue; nuit be willing to do lfa?t homework; permanent home. Addrew "PERMANENT," B(ar office. dr20 2t? WANTED?A SETTLED WOMAN Afl OOOK AND general booneworker; two In family; ?taj nlfbti; auod wages If wall recommended. 2022 F at. I w. MB-W WANTED- IHAMBERMAID, MUST BE GOOD waitress. for flrit-class boarding boose. Call at li?08 G at. de28-Bt* WANTED - AN EXPERIENCED WAITRESS; must have references. Addreaa Box 8, Star office. de20-4f MALE OR FBHALE. ? WANTED- INTEIXIGENT CLERK IN REAL Es tate office; must t>e accurate and rapid type writer and understand simple bookkeeping, and furnliih satisfactory reference; salary $6 to start. AildresH Box 5f>, Star office. de80-3t* WANTED?2 JANITORS. 4 GOOI> COOKS. WAGES (25 and $3(>; 8 chambermaids. 6 good housework em. wage* 112 and |1S and $20. NEW YORK AUEXCT. 82? 7tb ?t. n.w. de36-2t* WANTED EXPERIENCED COLLAR. CUFF AND shirt ?!arrbers. Apply YALE STEAM LACNDRY, 437 X. Y. ave. n.w. de2?-Ut WANTED- FREE TRIP TO CUBA-MEN OR W0 rn"u di'gjrliia a pleasant occupation taking only part of tfcelr time, resulting In a satisfactory cash remuneration and a free trip to Cuba, will learn particular* by applying to ADLERT WEL DON, Sec., 403 Bond building, Washington, D. O. de28 !5t* WANTKD?COMPETENT STENOGRAPHERS AND Densmore typewriter operators; good positions found fur samo; no charge fur services. Call and register with DENSMORE TYPEWRITER CO.. 1421 F St. n.w. ocl4-tf WANTED?SITUATIONS. MALE. WANTEIK BY A WHITE MAN. PLACE AS FIRE man: well experienced. Address Box 40. Star I office. de30-3t* 1 WANTED -BY COLLEGE GRADUATE, 25 YUS. old. position In any capacity; excellent refer ences. Address Box 49, Star office. It* WANTED RAPIJ >~~ AND AC XT RATE STENOG rapher and typewriter (employed) wishes to se cure another position. Several years' experience; reference from present employers. Address Box 48. Star office. dc30-3t* wanted" by a reliable colored ma~nI place In some business house, driving delivery wagon; n generally useful man. WM. II. FEN DALL, 27 Pierce st. n.w. It* j WANTFJ^BY^nTLoREirYOl TH. 20 Y K A US OF age. neat in appearance, placc of any kind. Ad dress J. H. C., Star office. It* WANTED- BY STUDENT, POSITION AS WAIT er or other employment. Address STUDENT, IMS Pierce place n.w. It WANTED -BY A MIDDLE-AGED MAN, PLACE to take care of furnaces; one who understands, i Tall at 15<K) 15th st. n.w. It WANTED?BY KXPERIENOED M EOIIA NIOAL draftsman of steady and industrious habits. 2024 15th st. n.w. It* W A NTEl)- POSITION AS DRIVER BY WHITE nfnn; 11 years in present position; faithful and a splendid horseman; handsome appearance on box; 29 v.-ars old. Address PRESENT ELMPLOYE-R, Box S3. Star office. d-29-tf WANTED -SITUATION IVY FIRST-*'LASS K* glisb coachman: fine references. "SIDNEY WIL COX," Iiallston, Va. de29-2t* W A NTKD - BY A MAN, WORK OF ANY KIND, with personal ref. 1009 You st. n.w. de29-2t* WANTED?PLACE AS BUTLER. WAITER OR janitor. 1928 12th st. n.w. de2? 2t* WANTED BY HANDY YOUNG COIjORED MAN, quick, intelligent, willing, with good reference, employment. ADVERTISER, 1907 12th st. n.w. de2!?-3t* WANTJEI> -REGISTERED .PHARMAtTST WISIIES regular relief work; satisfactory references. Ad dress "RFLIKF," Star office. de28-3t* WANTED-BY FIRST CLASS STEWARD, POSI tion in first-class club or hotel; am married, but I no children; understands all branches of the | business. Address B. C. F., Star office. de27-3t* WANTED?LITERARY WORK TO CRITICISE OR revise. French and German translation. PROF. JO., Station G, Box 513, city. de25-flt* WANTED?BY YOUNG MAN SPEAKS FLUENT ly Spanish. English, some French, typewriter, fine uuirersity education? position at anything. Address Box 234, Star office. de25-6t* FEMALE. WANTED?BY A NEAT MARRIED <r>l/)RED I lady, place as nurse or general housework In | small familv; reference. Address 1218 N. Y. ave. n.w. Mrs. E. PH1FE11. It* W A NTKD STEADY AND RELIABLE YOUNG white woman would like to cook and keep houso for one or more gentlemen. Address Box 44, Star office. It* j WANTED--BY WHITE WOMAN WISHES FEW hours' work day. Address L. A. L.. Star office.1* | WANTED?BY ~LADY OF REFINEMENT. ENER getlc and capable, position as housekeeper, com panion or to care for an invalid. Addross Box I 43, Star office. It* WANTED MENS WASHING AT 1120 3D ST. n.w. HENRIETTA DESPERTT. It* WANTED ? SITUATIONS; FIRST-CLASS AND plain cooks, white and colored: chambermaid, nurse, laundress; references. 1211 10th st. 'Phone North TOg-Y. It* WANTED?BY WOMAN, PLACE AS COOK. OR work in small family. 426 Ridge st. n.w., bet. 4th and 5th and M and N sts. It* W ANTED?PLACE To Do GENERAL HOUSE work; family of 8 desired. 1007 4th n.w. Stay j nlchts. ^ It WANTED--BY TWO GIRLS. PLACES AS (JEN | eral houseworkers In small families. 2125 9th I st. n.w. de3U-3t WANTED- BY YOUNG LADY OF EXPERIENCE, position as cashier or clerical work in office. Ad dress A. Z. Z., Star office. de30 4t* WANTED?BY A COLORED GIRL, A PLACE TO clean office. At 426 L gt. n.w. It* WANTED?LADY DHKIKE-S TO PLACE TH0>lt? oughly competent and experienced baby's nurse (colored) where faithful and conscientious work will l>e ajrpreriated; exceptional qualifications; absolute reliability. Address Mrs. H. R. F., Star office It* WANTED-BY 2 COLORED WOMEN, PLACE TO do general housework; city reference. 829 7th st. n.w. de29-2t? WANTED BY A COMPETENT WHITE NURSE for Infant, or would take care of a growing child in a first-class private family; best refer ence. Address Box 29, Star office. de29-2t* WANTED BY A COLORED GIRL. PLACE AS chambermaid, waitress or general housework; small family. 12 Patterson st. n.e. de29-2t* WANTED WORK IN FAMILIES TO DO DRESS maklng; evening divsses a specialty. Address MODISTE, Star offlto. de29 3t* WANTED-YOUNG LADY OF REl'LNEMENT I>? sires place as companion; $4 per week; best city lox 122, West Washington, P. O. . references. B de29-2t WANTED BY YOUNG LADY, TYPEWRITING: gt*nl work guaranteed at reasonable rates. Ad dress * DENSMORE," Star affl.e, de28-3t* WANTED POSITION BY WIDOW <35> AS COM panioii to healthy lady or Invalid, or supervising housekeei^r for wealthy widower. Address Box 241. Star fflce. d?25-til* WANTED?HOUSES. WAITED- TO BUY FROM OWNER. FOR CASH, a six or seven-room house, with celiar; must be new. modern and a bargain. Address Box 47, Star office. de30-2t* W A NTKD TO RENT. FURNISHED OR UNFUR nlshed, house, wIHi 5 or 0 foom*. Apply st 1110 F st. n.w.. Room 35. oe30-3t* WANTED FOR CASH. SMALL HOUSEr FOR Fn* vestmeit; give street and number and lowest pri? < . Address Box 242, Star office. de25-rtt* WANTED A modern 6 room house between 7th and 14th and II and L sts. n.w. Will pay cash. Ad dress Box 18, Star office. de28-3t I WANTED ? FROM OWNER EXCLUSIVELY? Small investment property. Only those havlog bargains address Box 223. Star office. de24-tf WANTED SEVERAL SMALL HOUSES FOR IN vestment? prices from $1,500 to |6,000 each. Owners and agents, please send full particulars, number, amount of rent, and incumbrance, if any, j and lowest price, or no attention will be paid. Address Box 171, Star office. del9-2ttt WANTED-MOORE * HILL (INC.)" ~~ 717 Fourteenth St. "We sell and rent housea." List your houses for sale with us for our new bulletin. Place your vacant houses with us?we'll rent them quickly. Two 'phones- Main 1150- 872. del2 tf MOORE * HILL (Inc.), 717 14th st. n.w. WANTED- SMALL INVESTMENT PROPERTY; must be good bargain and deal with owner only. Address Box 20, star office. delO-tr WANTED HOUSES. , RENTS COLLECTED AT FOUR PER CENT. Satisfaction guaranteed or no charge. Tele phone Main 744. DUNLOP, Real Estate Broker, Metxerott building, 1110 F st. n.w. dc3-26t*,0 WANTED?BOABD. GENTLEMAN WANTS BOARD IN PRIVATE familv; permanent if suited; with widow pre ferred. Address "W. L.," Star office. de29-3t* WANTED?BOOMS AND B0ABD~ W-A NT ED?ROOM AND BOARD WIT1I PRIVATE fainlljr in country ne?r HyattsTlUe or Brigbtwcod t>7 otarrlcd lady; n-foren^'S ?xi>b(ugpd. Addrew W. I.. Star offlco. It WANTED? ROOM AND BOARD BY A PROFES young wan student, with a retinal Catholic Nrtvate family lu n.w. portion. Addr<-n? Box 80, Ptar ?<kt. It* WANTED ? BY I.ADY, 8INOI.B BOOM AND j board in n.w. Address Box 34, Star office. It* WANTED?APABTMENTS. WANTED?A TIIREIK OR FOCR-ROOM APART mcnt. furnished, for two, for Urbt housekeet>ln*; ??nt moderatei (tat? tenU. iunw F. &?,*}?! tar office MF WAITED?MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED?10x18 JOB PBBSS (PE?f dittos), with or without type. Addrew SOUTH, Star officii. . WANTED?IP YOU HAVB FURNITURE AiND carpet*, also gent** and UdlM c*,t:?jL?i??i?5: Mud for. me. and I will pay yon hlghwtcasli price*. B. sAlINGBB, 1*02 7th p.w. dc8Q-?t W ANTED-A HANDSOME WiOTROBB AND four-fold screen, cheap for cash. 1840 Eye at., M floor. il_ WANTED ? 00.000 GOVERNMENT tlons and document*. larg* and ?naU lot*, promptly considered, for ?pot caah, wUl call. Addreaa 8. B. G.. Star office. de80-3t WANTED?FEATHER BEDS AND FEATHEHS l!* balk, old ?r new stock ?- highest pn<? paid. HOME MARKET, 1014 7th P.w. de2^tf WANTED?CASH PAID FOB FURNITURE. CAR pets, stoves and offico fixtures of all kinds. Fur niture stored, packod sod SblpMd. Address BACM. 912 Pa. are, n.w. 'Phone 1254. de2?-tr WANTED?A. KEBESKY. 1306 7TH ST. N.W , will pay the highest cash prices for ladiea . gentr and children'a cast-iff clothing and ?hwa*aJ hat*. A.ldress a postal and I will call. de29-llt WANTED-D. C. APPEAL REPORTS price for set. Addresa "LAWYER H.. Star office. de29 8f - WANTED-EASIERN FEATHER COMPANY THIS month, 50.000 lbs. old feathers; hlgheat caah price. Also furniture, ladiea and gent* cl"t^cil Send postal; will call at once. 213 7tb at. D.w. del2-4Gt*4 WANTED?FURNITURE FOB CASH; 8EIp JOUR good* to the uian who give* you the most money. HOPW<K)D. 8th and K at. n.w. l-uniltuie packed for whipping. de J)-.n WANTED ? TO BUY OLD FEATHER BEDS; when selling, why not drupapostalto an o.d, reliable Arm? H. MARKS. 307 7th WAITED?LIBERA! PRICES PAID FOR FURNI; ture and carpet*. Buying content* of specialty. Prompt attention given mall orders. ?fcnd for me. A. H. LEVY, 1408 B st. n.w, , dc2ti-6t* 1 W \NTED?CUT THIS OUT FOR A TIP! DIA- , monds! watches, old gold, silver. pUtlnnm pjMra tickets and other jewelry bought for the highest caah price*. ABRAHAMS 433 9th n.w. no2l-tf,4 WANTED-WILL PAY SPOT CASH FOR ?O0D second hand upright planoa. DE MOLL is MUSIO HOUSE, 1231 G at. n.w. ^ "3~"_ BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. FOR SALE?SMALL DRUG STORE LN PAYING locality; must be aold; no reasonable offer re fused; fresh sto.k, carefully selected; no other drug stole in neighlwihood. Address Box rfS, Star office. de30-dt iORKAL.E-OVSTER HOUSE. DOING GOOD business. Will stand investigation. 713 H it. n.p. ' - WANTED?A MAN OF BUSINESS ABILITY. WHO has $5,000 to Invest, as manager of good enter prise, that will pay hin. *5,000 per annum Ad dress Box 38, Star office. de30-10t FOR SALE-A WELL-ESTABLISHED ADVF.R tislng medical office. Address Box 42, Star office. de30-3t FOR SALE-LEASE AND COOD WILL OF FIN est location In n.w.; excellent opportunity to en gage in florist or other business. Address CH AS. RENDHEIM, Lawyer. 472 I.a. ave. n.w. de30-3t *350 WILL BUY GROCERY AND PROVISION store doing pod business (worth WOO) W ?oW this week. Address Box 31. Star office. de29-3 PROSPECT! SES CAREFULLY PREPARED . the purpose of attracting and interesting specu lators and Investors In new enterprise*. Ji?r6*J mederate. Address ONWARD. Star offl e. de29-3; BOARDING HOUSE BUSINESS FOR SALE Cheap; central location, opposite Franklin Park, room* nearly full. 1307 K *t. n.w. de29-5l WANTEP TO SKI J. A THIIII) INTEREST IN A real estate business, which has been established for thirty years; has a large rent list; object for selling an Interest 1* to lnorporato and en large the present buslnts*. Address Box 87, Star office. " FOR RENT?THE WELL-KNOWN ROAD HOUSE formerly occupied by Phil Steubner; an old-estab lished stand. Address R. A. SHREE\ E, Brent wood, >1.1. de28-8t' WANTED - A REPRESENTATIVE IN EVERY town and county within 300 miles of Washington, to arrange witli prospective purchaser* for real. estate In this city (sold on easy payments) and accompany them to see the property. Bound trip It R. ticket furnished investors free of charge. Liberal inducements to reliable representatives. References exchanged. Write for handsome -0 page Illustrated booklet, Ac. FULTON H. GORDON. 613 14tb St. n.w. del-lm - *500 REWARD FOR INFORMATION LEADING to the arrest ami conviction of any person who ..fll, H ??Wedderburn Rye wnlsfcey bottle. An drei* THE JOHN WEd'dERBURN COMPANY. Sole Owners, Baltimore. Md. nco 312t Af RAY0URSWATCH CLEANED. $1.00. WATCH MAINSPRING, *1.00. ALL WORK WARRANTED ONE YEAR. mh3 5d 1221 F ST. N.W. HORSES AND VEHICLES. WANTED?A GOOD. CHEAP DELIVERY HORSE. Apply JOHN C. WALKER. 1713 Pa. ave. n.w. It FOR SAI.F.- <MM)I>. SOUND. SMALL Bf'A'"K horse, for business or driving; no use; will sell very cheap. 122 M n.w. ^ WANTED-A GOOD HORSE DAYTON AND HAR ness. Address, with full particulars, Box .>2, Star oft-ce. i_t_ K>R SALE A HORSE. HARNESS AND TRAP; any lady or child can drive; a One saddler, quiet and gentle: not afraid of anything; owner Hav ing town. Inquire at de29-3t* 5 113H litn St. STABLE FOR RENT? *15.00 month. Room for 2 horse*, 3 carriages. Inquire 1820 T St. . Stable In rear. de29-2t? FOR SALE-TllE OWNER HAVING NO FUR tber use. will sell team handsome carriage horses: well matched bays, black points; fust and stylish: absolutely sound. Apply Room 1, 1006 F st. n.w. <wa-,K FOR SALE FOUR GOOD SECOND-HAND COUPE rockawuys. 1 light brougham, 1 station wagon, business buggies, traps, daytons and delivery wagons; new and second hand harness cheap for caah COGGSWELL'S, 201)11 11th n.w-. Tele phone M. 1477 de!7-tf FOR SAIJ5-CLOSINO-OUT SALE OF FINE CAR rlages, 4 and 6-p*s?enger coupe rockaways. sta tion wagons, Ac., Ac., at 464 and 466 Pa. ave. n w Until February 1. HHM, I will offer for sale at a great reduction from regular price* a va riety of stylish vehicles belonging to the e*tate of the late Tbos. E. Young. This sale will offer a rare opportunity to secure genuine bargains, rail soon and get one. d*12-tf FRED. S. YOUNG, Adxnr. " reduction in winter carriages. Before stock taking we offer 26% reduction on all station nagons (glasses all drop), coupe, rockaways and cabriolets. This Is an opportun ity seldom before offered and (hould be taken * Illcli class repairing In all Its brancbe*. S. J. MEEKS' SONS, deft-tf 022 G st. n.w. AUTOMOBILES. FOR RENT?LOT 5<)xl."i6 FEET ON 14T11 ST., ON WHICH WE WILL BUILD h two-story building to cover the whole plot. Bill table for a modern AUTOMOBILE STORAGE WAREHOUSE, with concrete floor, good light, watting room, elevator, &c. Extoids back to 30-ft. alley. An excep tional business opportunity. BARNARD A MARK. 1412 G ?t. n.w. de26-3t "The Oval Sign." PERSONAL. NOWHERE IN THIS GLORIOUS UNIVERSE " will any one i?y you such extraordinary rate* for men's worn gaiments a* we do. Let us call de3<Mf '5 Wr"e JUSTH'S OLD STAND. 619 D. INSURANCE POLICIES COUJ^TTBD PROMIT *ly! Ten years' practical experience In Insurance litigation! Consultation free. Confidential. All leaal matters quickly adjusted! Reasonable fees. ASdreJr. "INSURANCE ATTORNEY." Star^ of fice. de28-4t* NATION *L DETECTIVE AGENCY. SUITE 224, * second floor. Colorado building, 14tb and G ?U. Never close'". Atwoluteiy reUable and confiden tial. M. BRADFORD. Superintendent. de7-26t* CARPETS CLEANED, 3C. PER YARD. ECKINO TON STEAM CARPET CLEANING WORKS, M Seaton St. n.e. Drop postal. no2 (52t* _ bo YOU WANT MONEY FOB CHRISTMAS? LET me loan yon MONEY on yonr FURNITURE, PIANO, ORGAN. Etc. I will call. Address Bo* 848. Station G. anlt-tf.4 DOGS, GATS, ETC. FOR SALE-CANARIES. BREEDING CAGES, oarrots, dogs, eats, goldfishes, poultry, incubator*, brooders, grit, oyster shell, charcoal. SCHMID 8 PBT AN'iMAL STORE. 712 12th St. n.w. de28-tl 14T1I STREET HOSPITAL FOB AN IM ALS. Boarding for dogs sod cat*. Humane opera tions only. Medical treatment and careful nnt? Inf. 3118 14th st. n.w. 'Phone 11. 171-\t sel9-tf-4 55 CECIL FRENCH. EXPERT SPECIALIST. Graduate of McGlU University and Royal Vet erinary High School. Munich, Germany TREATMENT OF DOG A OAT EXCLUSIVELY. Boarding Kennels, cor. Lowell and 20th st*. OfBce. Tlo 12tl? St. Tels. it 200 and N. 1246-k. se5-tf-6 OFFICIAL NOTICES. EXECUTIVE OFFICE COMMISSIONERS Ok the District of Columbia. Washington, Decembei 80. 1903.?Ordered: That so much of the order o December 21, 1903, which authorize* the opening of Western Market on December 81, 1903. from 5 a.m. until 11 p m. b) hereby revoked. H. 8. F. MAC fABLAND, HENRY L. WEST. JOHN BIDDLK, Commissioner* of the DUtrlct of Colambto. It BOARDING. FOB RENT-WITH BOARD, LARGE; eonu room; on. on ?H flRori U?e, JOB RENT-fROOMS. wmuBIId. FOB RENT?A FURNISH K& ROOM. Alh OON ?eniences; home comforts? two adults; near an car lines; opposite the Mnilon office. Tbs La _Grande, WTjfth No. 1 deSO-it* i'ORRENT?LARGE STBAM-HEATBD ROOM IN irtment bona*. Addresr7'COZY," Star office. FOB BHNT?TWO VERY WJ4ASANT COMMUNI catlng roooia, $8 and $10 per mouth; also one large room, convenient for, three, $10. 1468 Cor coran at. n-w. - * de?0-8f FOR RENT?THIRD STOHV, LAROE SUNNY rooms, front and back; borne; cooking; terms rea sonable; no children. 241fr rtth St. n.w. de30-2t* FOR RENT?$25; FURNISHER SECOND FLOOB alcove rooms; l.h.k.; no .-children. Call after 5 or Sunday. 13(M Rlggs M. It* FOR RENT-TWO FURNf&HXD ROOMS, Con necting; southern exposure. 1231 Harvard at. n.w. ~ da30.31,Ja2-?t? f-OR BENT-LARGE SECOND STORY FRONT room with or without board. 1418 N st. n.w. do30-3t? __ FOR RENT?LARGE AND HANDSOMELY .HJB nlshed second story front room, cabinet mantel, adjoining tiled bath, with board, for one or two gentlemen; 'phone In house; 4 doors from street car line. 1928 17th st. n.w. de30-8t? FOB KENT-ROOMS FBOM *6 UP. 410 8TH ST. n.w. doSO-St* FOR RENT-SINGLY OR EN SUITE, TWO OOM m-inlctttlug rooms; f-outh front; large, cheerful and well heated; on fame floor, tiled bath room, porcelain tub and inarlile wuftnstnnd; light house keeping permitted; terms moderate. Apply 1745 F St. n.w. de?0,8I,Ja2-St*_ FOR RENT?4 BOOMS AND BATH. HEAT AND (fas. 410 ttth st. n.w. de80-3t* FOR KENT-ELKGANTLY FURNISHED FRONT room: board first-class; private family. 904 E Capitol st. de30,81,JaMt* FOR RENT?WITH PRIVATE FAMILY, SECOND story front rooin. well furnished nnd with use of both. 2H04 University plate, Colombia Heights. dcS0.31.Ja2-8t* FOR RENT?CHOICE ROOMS; PRIVATE FAMILY; pop elnln bath. 1426 "N" at. n.w. de3'J-3t* FOR RENT?NICE LARUE ROOM; HEAT AND bath; with or without board 1014 1 st. n.w. It* FOR KENT?1120 NEW YORK AVE., OOMFORT able rooms, cheap; convenient to cars, theaters, etc. lt? FOK RENT-FOUR NICELY FURNISHED SlEC ond-flttor communicating rooms; all conveniences. OWNER. 2021) 121h n.w. lt? FOR RENT?iNICELY FURNISHED FRONT; ALL improvements; avenue cars; fine neighborhood; (6.50 mouth. 1004 New Hampshire ave. de30-2t PJR RENT-ONE LARUE" 2D-FLOOR ROOM. newly furnished, suitable for one or two gen tlemen. 723 8tli n.w. de30-2t* FOR ItFTNT?LARGE ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN; hfat, gas and bath; private family. 1711) You St. n.w. de29-2t* FOK RENT 1209 11TII ST. N.W.?FRONT IIASfT nient, cheap; thoroughly heated; housekeeping or business; cooking gas. de29-2t* FOR HENT?ONE FURNISHED ROOM. lUHi 8TH at. n.w. de29-3t* FOR RENT?13K E ST. N.E., ONE LARGE floor, south front room; also 1st floor room, with opeu fireplace. de2i-3t* FOR RENT?O (MFORTAHI.E, WARM FU/tNIsTf ed rooms, bath on each floor; reasonable. 1025 8th at. n.w. de29-6t* FOK RENT?A WELL-IIEATED FRONT PARLOR; other rooms. 1413 N St. n.w.; FOR RENT-WELL-HE! TED" AND NICELY FUR nlnhtd rooms. 1710 F st. n.w. de29-3t* FOR KENT IN FIRST-CLASS, PRIVATE IIOUSE. elegant suite of rooms, 2d floor, with bath; salt able for M. C., four young meu or family. 1017 15th st. n.w. degQ-Ht* FOR RENT-ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS; board optional; rates reasonable; transients ac commodated. 408'6th st. n.w. de29-2f FOR RENT?FURNISHED ROOMS. 1226 15TH St. n.w. <ie29 2t? FOR RENT -- FURNISHED ROOMS: GENTLE men; northwest; convenient to cars. Address Box 2*6. Star office. de29-3t* FOR RENT?FURNISHED ROOMS; SUITABLE for two; and one hall room; reasonable. 919 L n.w. (le29-2t* FOR BENT?FOUR DESIRABLE BOOMS AT 1624 I* St. n w.; rent reasonable. de28-3t* FOB RENT?1110 16TH N. W.; TWO NICELY furnished rooms; one front room;, one back room: with bath, hot water and all convenience. de28-:'.t* FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, EN suite or single, overlooking Judiciary Senate. 510 6th n.w. de21-12t* FOR-RENT SUNNY FRONT PARLOR BF.I) room, overlooking Franklin Square. 823 13th st. n.w. :c? d'28-3t* IOR RENT-A LARGE-SIZE AIRY FRONT room: large enough for two. Apply, at once, nt 726 5tb st. . de28-3t* FOR RENT-GENTLEMEN ONLY: NEWLY FUR i lsbcd, wi'll-h tit.-d room; quiet house; g.is; porce lain halli. 427 9th st. n.w. dc28-3t* FOR RENT 110(7*H~~St7~nTw., CLEAN HEATET) rooms, single or en suite, second and third floors; also large parlor, fur. or unfnr. de28-3t? FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE OR en suite; g*ntlenieu preferred; references ex changed. 19 Iowa circle. de28-3t FOR RENT?NICELY FURNISHED FRONT AND back room; southern exposure; well heated: a pretty home for gentlemen appreciating refined surroundings; central. 912 Muss. ave. u.w. de2tl-?t* FOR RENT?TO LADY. FURNISHED, GOOD slre hall room in apartment house; well-fur nlshed. Address Box 53. Star office de26-6t* FOR RENT?1416 15TH N.W.. ONE SECOND floor middle room; hot-water heat; convenient to ears. de2? 6t FOR RENT-THREE COMMUNICATING FUR nlshed rooms, well heated, overlooking Gait grounds. 3 Grant place. de24-tf FOR RENT-LARGE KURNISHELTTtOOM: VERY attractive. 1507 U St. n.w. del9-tf FOK RENT-WELL-HEATED, FURNISHED RM"sT 1623 13th at. n.w. de!8 12f UXF1RXISHKP. FOR RENT?TWO COMMUNICATING ROOMS, third story, unfurnished. 1606 13tb st. n.w. No housekeeping. It* FOR RENT?UNFURNISHED. 2 LARGE, CHKEK ful front rooms, over drug store; cheap. Inquire NICHOLS' PHARMACY, 19th and Pa. ave. u.w. de30-3t? FOR RENT?1212 9TH N.W., UNFURNISHED rooms suitable for light housekeeping, to care ful, permanent parties. de30-4t* FOR RENT THREE NICE UNFURNISHED rooms, with heat and gas and use of liatu. *107 2d at. n e. do30-2t? FOR RENT?2 ROOMS O.N SECOND FLOOR, 1 ON third floor; light h.k. permlted. 417 New York eve. n.w. de30-2t? FOR MINT LARGE UNFURNISHED ItOOM, with heat, gas, $6 per month. 1014 10th st. n.w. It* FOR RENT-MT. 11LEASANT. FOUR SUNNY. 2D floor rooms; furnace heat; porcelain hatb; gas for l.h.k.; near two car lines; $20. 3o28 15th st. de29-2t* FOR KENT THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS; with owner; permanent; newly papered; porce lain bath; modern Improvements; no chlldre'i; gas range. 423 4th St. n.e. ^ de29-5t? Fl HMfeHKD OR VSFIRNISHKD. double parlors and private hath. 1413 N' it. df 29-2t* FOR RENT?1513 VERMONT AVE. N.W.. DESIR able furalthed or unfurnished rooms, with beat and light. J de28-4t* FOR RENT ? 8ECOND-FIXK)R FRONT ROOM7, furnished or unfurnished; also ball room. 708 8th st. n.w. dc28-3'.* FOR RENT?HALLS. FOR KENT ? CARUOLL INSTITUTE HAH S, 10th near K Kt. u.w. The most complete and thoroughly equipped halls In the city for socle^ ties, banqaets, eutortalninenti and receptions. For terms apply at hall. de8-tf FOR RENT?OFFICES. FOR RENT?DESIRAKLE ROO.VS IN THE EVEN lag Star Annex, fiom $10 to $20 per month; heat, electric light, elevator ar.d Jtinltor service In cluded. Apply at THE STAR OFFICE. oclO tf FOR RENT ?TWO FRONT ROOMS ON THE fifth floor nt The Evening Star building; will be lented to desirable tenant. TUese are very ebolc* rooms. Apply at TnE STAR OFFICE. n[i6-tf Tor^rent?typewritersT FOR BENT - DENSMOllE TYPEWRITERS IN perfect cAdltlon; $3 per tnonib delivered to a ay part of the city; montb'a rental applies on pur chase; eapecialur low ratea given to buslneaa col lege students. DENSMOKE TYPEWRITER CO.. 1421 F at. n.w. i ' oc-14-tf FOB RENT?OLIVER TYPEWBlTjOt!]. CONDITION guaranteed, with stand, two months to apply an purchase of new machine. Limited free use of our machines In this office, to operators of other machines and others qnalilM. THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER COMPANY. acO-tf 1887 Pcnna ave. a.w. HOTEL AFARTMENT8. THE CAIRO, Q St. near 18th. Newly and elegantly furnished or anfaialafcsd apartments. This weU-known house Is absolutely llreproo<; hag the lsrgeat rooms of any boose In Waablngtoa. Elevators running day and night. Best of hotel service, being under new and ex perienced management. ?riH-tf Wit. H. SNYDER, Mgr. THE OHAPiN APARTMENTS. No. 1410 Chanin st. ths comforts of a Brit-class hotel. The ipartment house in the city strl is benefit of bachelors and so tired of the aervant question. Furnished and tut furnlahed apartments of two to five rooms with private corridors and ample closets. hath, private corridors and ample closets. Blcyeles and storage rooms, steam beat, hot .and Mid water, electric light and elsTstor. house ,snd eold water, electric light snd elevator, telephones, chambermaid and complete haL . lee and Ice furnished without extra chares. Eastaorant first class. , House new, oa high ground, four doors from i4th street cars. Loag Jlstsace tstamkene. BxceptlonsUy large aad sua* ?itslde exposure. Ba tr HALL. HlOlilf* If lr?nloM8S#T? ay roomsi au ecu aofi-tt APAETMEHT8 TO LET. FOR BBNT?BLBGAMT ABABTMSNTIN THH B1NNBY. BOOTH ud BABT fBONTS. POB SsS&t johnson. ?ia color*ao biag. roll BBNT?IN tnH FALCON," 8217 14TH ST. , $S." ^eb^lSSF'to ?m-&'s? ten B. r. SAUL, 7th and L BU. n.w. antt. 3?#o tf F>OR RENT?NEAR WAR DEPARTMENT, BACk elor apartment of three large rooms and bath, first floor; southern exposure; steam heated; wilt be decorated to rait tenant; 986-60. Housekeeping apartment of At# rooms ana >atb. first floor; steam heated; *28.60. >le29-12t GEO. W. LIN KINS, 800 nth ?t. FOR RENT?APARTMENT IN THE DUPONT, ?x717 20th St. n.w., facing Oonn. ave.; can be subleased to Oct. 1; o rooms and bath; finest In the city. Apply to Janitor. ds2S-3t FOB RENT?FLAT AT $87.60; STEAM HEAT; 8 large, airy rooms; bath and modern improve ments; central location. Apply on premises, 1628 14th ?t. B.w. dc28-6t FOR RENT?ONE THREE-ROOM AND BATH, furnished, non-housekeeping fist In ths Portner. Apply at 367, between 1 and 8 p.m. de28-3t FOR RENT?TWO OF THE BEST FLATS, 6 rooms and bath, each, both on 2d floor. In "The Irving," 3014 Irrlng place. West Washington; a Tery attractive, modern and flrepruof building; steam heat: $31 and $33, respectively. W. C. DUVALL, 025 F n.w. rt.2s-5t FOR RENT-WAGONS TO MOVE ANYTHING? Household furniture, office furniture, safes, trunks, parcels, ftc. Estimates furnished. MERCHANTS' TRANSFER A STORAGE CO.. 020 E St. THE NEW CECIL APARTMENT HOUSE, cor. 15th and L sis. n.w.. ready Jsnuary 1. FOR RENT BACHELOR APARTMENTS, 1, 2 and 3 rooms (with bath). HOUSEKEEPING APARTMHNTS. 8 and 5 rooms. The brightest and most cheerful apartments in the city. No dark rooms or hslls. Building free to light and sir on every side. Fire proof and latest modern construction. First-class Bervice. Night anil day elevator. Location favor able to departments, business offices, theaters and shops. Very desirable Ist-floor corner apartment, suit able for doctor's office. Apply to E. O. Wager.liorst, No. 104 "The Sherman," opposite corner. de24-0t* FOR RENT?PANCOAST, AT BEAUTIFUL L1N coln Park - 1343 East Capitol St. 6 rcoms and bath; steam heat; Janitor service; hot water furnished; all outside rooms; new; $80. de23-26t 1>. M. OGDKN, 828 12th St. n.w. FOR RENT ? APARTMENTS LV THE "DECA tur," Kla. ave. and Decatur St. n.w.; 4, 5 aud 0 rooms and Imth; storage rooms; servants' rooir.s, etc. Every room In the house has outside light; the most perfect system of heating; ready for oc cupancy Jan. 1, 11(04. L. S. FRI8TOE, 1418 G tt. do22-12t ELEGANT. MODERN APARTMENT HOUSE; 5 rooms and bath; steam heat: lockers, porches; de sirable residence location. 1214 'Mass. ave.; $40. Janitor. de21-9t* FOR RENT?FLATS. NEAR WAR DEPARTMENT ?3 rooms and liath, non-housekec-plng. $36.00; 4 rooms and bath, housekeeping, $25.80. delQ-12t GEO. W. UNK1NS. *00 19th st. n.w. FOR RENT?THE I.ORA1NE, 1404 PARK ST., Mt. Pleasant, 5-room apartments; ready about Jan. 1st, '04; rooms large; all light; hot-water heat; every modern Improvement; prices, $36 and $40 per mo This is one of The Alonxo O. Bliss properties. Office, Bliss bldg.. 36 B St. n.w., H. C. WILSON, Mgr.; Tel. East 686. dolO-tf FOlt RENT?1447 EAST CAP.; 6R. AND B.J ALL rooms face street; bargain; $19.30. 1008 26th n.w., 4r. & b.. $16. 725 7th s.w.. 6r. & b., $17.50. 604 Maine ave. s.w., 3r. & b. (new), $13.60. de!9-tf CHAS. V. MALLET. 330 4^ n.w. THE PORTNER, 15TH AND U STS. N.W. The largest apartment house south of New Tork city and one-fourth larger than the next largest In Washington, containing one hundred and twenty absolutely fireproof apartments, rang ing in sire from two to seven rooms: housekeep ing and non-housekeeping, with all modern con veniences, including telephone exchange, with long distance 'phone In esch apartment, pnbllc patlors. smoking rooms, reception rooma, billiard rooms, buffet and barber shop; also excellent cafe; elevator scrvice all night. For vacanclea apply at the office or address del7-tf JOHN H. STOKES. Manager. FOR RENT-BY B. F. SAUL. COR. 7THALN.W. 7th and Macs, sve., "The Home," 4r. ft b.$40.00 1910 1st st. n.w , Sr. ft b., south fiat 32.50 1607 7th n.w., "The Lafayette." Br. ft b... 27.90 75V, R at. n w., 6r. ft b 21.80 1826 12th n.w., 3r. ft b., 2d fl.. heat ft light. 17.00 i(M4"a N. J. ave. n.w., 3 rrns. A bsth.... 20.50 de!2-tf FOR REN T-KI.AT 1336^ N. CAP. ST., 5 R. AND ba., $21.50; 1245 H n.e., sto. ft cel., $16.6u; 1121 6tb n.w., 5 r. ft ha., In good condition, $20.50. dcO-tf L. J. MILIjS. 606 6th n.w. FOR RENT? The Navarro. 215-217 E n.w.. new; 5 rooms and bsth; all mndesi Improvements $30 THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST 00., de9-tf Real Estate Department. FOR RENT-CHOICE 4-KOO.M AND BATH FLAT. 2d floor. 2750 14th St.; well arranged and modern In every respect. $32.50 per month. de8-tf T. A. HARDING. 1316 G st. n.w. FOR RENT STOCK RRIDCB, 1410 Chapln st.. $32.50 and $36. Suite 3 and 6 rooms, porch, telephone; llrbt and sunny; private park. de5-tf HAMMOND COURT, 80tb hu1 Q sts. n.w.. one Mjuare from car Hue. Mxlern apartments; new plan. 411 outside roons, large, well ventilated, with high ceilings. No light walls or Interior rooms. 16,000 feet of lawn and parking. Plazz t with e\ery apartment. Northern, southern, eastern and western exposures. 8 team beat. Janitor on premises. Five. 'Ix and seven rooms and bath. $40 to $50 per month. "nspcctlcn Invited. THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST CO.. Ee*;. Estate Department. noC-tf FOlt" RENT?A PAKTMF.NTS? THE HAWTHORNE, 1527 I St. n.w.? 4 rooms &nd bath .$25.00 ?e9-tf WEAVES BROS.. 1416 F at. FOR KENT?CHOICE 2. 8. 4 AND 5-ROOM APTS. In THE CONCORD: finely located on New Hamp shire and Oregon aves.; cafe In charge of Geo. Pratchett. formerly with Rauscher. noll-tf DELIGHTFUL APARTMENTS IN "THE PEB BLETON," WITHIN BLOCK DUPONT CIR CLE; 6 ROOMS. BATH AND BUTLER'S PAN TRY; STORE ROOM AND YARD. EARLY ft LAMPTON. d*9-tf 616 14TH ST. N.W. ~ LOST AND FOUND. LOST?DIAMOND RING ATTACHED TO RED coral necklace. In going from Hamilton Hotel to 17th aud R and 14th and U sts. n.w., on Tues day. Return to THE HAMILTON; receive liberal reward. 1'* M-iST?ON MONDAY. BETWEEN TREASURY and Colorado building, a pair of gold-rlm spec tacles. Finder will receive reward by leavlrg st office of ltiggs House. It* FOUND?AT NAVY YARD, AFTER REOFAT hop given by the Navy and Marine Corps officers, one locket of peculiar design. Apply to Com mander J. M. BOWYER, U. S. N\, navy yard, Washington, D. C. It* LtiST?GOLD FOB AND LOCKET. PHOTO AND hair In locket. Big reward. 223 ttth St., city. de30-31* L<M3T?DEC. 27. NftlR STANTON PARK N.K., small black and tan dog. Reward for return or Information. 113 5th n.e. It* LOST?28TH. LOCK BRACELKT. GOING FROM Bostcn House to Palais Royal, to 4th and I>. $6 reward. E." A. II.. Star, office. It* LOST-SUNDAY, AMETHYST BREASTPIN. THE finder will please return to 1140 22d st. n.w., and receive reward. It* LOST TUESDAY, A CHILD'S CHAIN AND locket; necklace engraved E. L.; valued as a ?gift. Liberal reward if returned to 1516 Co lumbia St. n.w.. het. 9th and loth, near 1*. It* LOST-ON MONDAY NIGHT. DECEMBER 28. AT the National Rifles' Armory, or on the route thither from No. 2139 Pa. ave. n.w., by the avenue and G st. cars at 15th st. and return, a mourning pin, shaped like a daisy, having jet petals and diamond center. A liberal reward will be paid If returned to the above ad dress. It* LOST?JAPANESE PURSE, CONTAINING SMALL sum of money, at Lafayette Theater during mat inee on Dec. 29. Finder will please keep the monev and return purse to Mrs. J. C. NEWTON, 2007 ~F tt. n.w. It* LOST?ON SATURDAY, ON MASS. AVE. N.W., a black wrlstbag with gold trimmings. Reward. 208 Maryland ave. n.e. It* LOST?RED MOROCCO HANDBAG CONTAINING -gold watch, purse, gloves, card case and card of Mrs. O. H. SMITH, 1501 Park st. n.w. Beward for return. de30-3t* LOST?A BROWN CLOTH SKIRT; BLEW FROM window of Iowa apartment house to rear alley. Suitable reward If returned. Flat No. 23, Iowa, 13th sud O sts. n.w. It* LC?T?GOLD SIGNET RING, ENGRAVED E. J. P. Beward. 7 5th St. s.e. de29-2t? LOHT-SMALL FEMALE DOG, WHITE), WITH yellow markings; short pug face. Liberal re ward for return or Information leading to recov ery. 010 New York ave. n.w. de29-8t? LOOT?A FRESH WATER PEARL PIN CONTAIN Ing three large pearls and four small ones In shape of flower. Finder will please return to 1619 17th n.w. and receive reward. de29-2t* FOUND?SOUTH END LONG BRIDGE: I mar*. VIRGINIA BOD AND GUN CLUB. de28-8t* LOST?OX BOAD TO CHAIN BRIDGE, DECEM ber 24, brown mare, 1,000 pounds, slightly ?prang In front; short foretop; tail to bock. Re ward. FRED JOHNSON, 714 T'E" st. ?.e. de29-8? LOST?MONDAY NIGHT, GOLD PIN. ENA ?d to bine, set with fivs or six small dla Beward If left with cashier at BALEIGg ^HO L08T?ON TUHSOAT. DUO. 16, A GOIJD ring, cat with s crest; stamped Inside B. v \ v. Mattleon, - it r?turned BOOMS AJP BOARD. 18S8 B ST.?PLEASANT SECOND-FLOOR FRONT, Dew It papered and painted; with excellent table LARGE, SCNNt ROOM; ALSO SUITE WITH - r THE RHODE ISLAND. 1487 tL L ave. de80-6t* - ? at. n.w. de3Q-tf 818 K N.W., rooms AND BOARD AT KKAKON al'e ralee. dc80-8f oei 0 sr. n.W.. two nicely furnished rooms, suitable for two In room; southern ox posure; good board. ueaO-^t 400 q N.W..-FACING PENSION park, LARGE, bright, well-heated rooms, with board; $40 mouth It* FOR RENT 1804 H ST. N.W. (ONE DOOR from Pa. ave.), looms, board; transient* taken; terms moderate. ?' THE QUYSBORO"?130!) 17TH ST , R?v'EIt;v,V Tery deslrablo rooms, separately or en gut* wltu board; transients. Miss M. E. NEWTON. deBO-Ot* FURNISHED rooms, WITH FIRST-CLASS TA ble board: borne rooking and outside table bo art! era. 912 1 st. n w. rte30-2f 2 COMMUNICATING rooms, furnished OR unfurnished; excellent table board; p-lvate, re fined family. 851 18th st. n.w. de30-2t? 1005 H ST. N.W.. A MEDIUM-SIZED SECOND story room, with board; table boarders desired. di2?-Ct* 1520 Q N.W.. handsomely FU RNISH EI) rooms; hot-water beat; special attention to table; table boarders and transients accommodated. de29-12t* FOR RENT?WITH BOARD. BRIGHT SU.VNY south room, suliable for married couple or two gentlemen. Address COLUMBIA HEIGHTS, Star office. de20-3t? 1332 R ST. N.W . TWO IiAH<;E FRONT ROOMS, with bay windows and large closets; porcelain bath. de2ti.lt* FOR RENT-3 NI< ELY FVRN1SHKJ) ROOMS, with board, single or en suite; suitable for two in room. 17 5th at. s.e. de29-3t* 52i 3D N.W., COMFORTABLE FUEN1SHKD rooms; private family; good board; h)me cook ing; reasonable. d**20-3?* FOR RENT?NICELY FrRNISHFJ) ROOMS. 2D floor, with or without board. 12fl2 10th st. n.w. de29-3t* furnished ROOMS, WITH FIRST-CLASS !?oard, $17.50 month; also table board. 717 Kth at. n.w. de28-4t* 1412 EYE ST. N.W., ROOMS. SINtiLF. OR EN I suite, in well appointed house; excellent table; I table boarders taken; telephone. de28-6t* 48 M ST. N.W.. WARM, comfortable ROOMS; | home table; moderate rates. de28-0t* | FOR KENT-ONE OR TWO FURNISHED ROOMS and good home table, in private family. i>24 Mass. ave. n.w. de28-3t* 909 13TII ST.?<T3NTRAL I/XJATION; BRIGHT sunny rooms, facing Franklin Park; steam heat; all prices, from $22.50 up; excellent t*ble board. $18. dc28 3t* NICELY furnished ROOMS. WELL HEATED; excellent board. 710 19th n.w. de2t>-5t* 1101 K ST. N.W7.?DESIRABLE SOUTH ROOMS; table lx>ard. de2rt-6t* 717 10TH ST. N.W., NICELY FUR. ROOMfTcOR. ner house; largo closets; sanitary plumbing; good table; reasonable rates; good location. del5-26t* FOR RENT?STORES FOR RENT?1231 E ST. N.W.. CENTRAL IjOC.V tion; near all iar lines; pla'.e glass show win. dows; store 80 ft. deep. Apply to BECKER'S, 1328 F si. n.w. de28 5t FOll HENT-F. II. SMITH CO.. 1408 N. Y. AVE. RENTAL AGENTS. BOND BLDO. In "THE GOODWIN," 1417-11) Park St.. two verv d.-sitable grade floor store rooms; steam teat; two pleasant rooms, with porceluln hath In rear; reasonable "rent. de5 tf FOR RENT EXCELLENT STORE8 One large store, just tinisbed building, 1404 Park St.. one door from 14tb; best location Mt. Pleasant; 700 sq. ft. floor tpico; very large show windows; b"f-water beat; price. $5:> per month. Fine stole, 48 II St. n.e.. near Gort. Printing Office. II desired, can furnish very handsome lunch room Qttiires Price. $26 per month. gee or write H. C. WILSON. Bliss bldg.. 33 B St.; telephone E. fS85. no28-tf Foil RI-..N t ?>. W. CORNER 7TH AND H S.W.. large store; line display windows; Tery light and roomy; *20. CHARLES V. MALLET. 330 4% n.w. oe27-tf FOR RENT?FIANOS. FOR RENT?100 PIANOS FOR RENT. $2 TO *10 monthly. Rent to apply on purchase. F. G. SMITH riANO CO., Bradbury building, 1225 I'a. are. d.29-3t FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE?CHICKER1NG SQUARE PIANO, $05; easy monthly payments. F. Q. SMITH PIANO CO.. It Bradbury Building, 1223 l'a. are. FOR SALE-BRADBURY SQUARE PIANO. IN excellent condition. $125; $5 monthly payments. F. G. SMITH PIANO CO., It Bradbury Building, 1223 Pa. are. FOR SALE?UPRIGHT MIRROR FOLDLNG BED. $12.50; exceptionally flno walnut bureaus, ward robes. hall trees, leather couch, all kinds tables, standing desk, carpets, tiling cabinets, book shelves, other furniture; cheap. . Must sell. 508 11th n.w. de80-3t* FOR SALE?8 -HORSEPOWER GAS ENGINE; must be sold; no reasonable offer refused. Call 3239 K st. n.w. de20-2t* FOR~SALE WHITE ENAMELED SINGLE BEil and mattress, oak double bed and mattress, port able grate, medium size; all nearly new. Ad dress GRATE, Star office. de20-3t* FOR SALE? GRANDFATHER CLOCK. Made In Hagerstown, Md.. In the year 1796. df29 2t* Perfect order. 1427 N St. FOR SAI.E - beautiful UPRIGHT PIANO cheap. 'A handsome and stylish looking line ma hogauv case. 7 1-3 octave upright cabinet grand piano that has only been used a short time can lie bought outright for $250 on payments of six dollars monthly. Worth $350. and reduced to this special price for quick sale. Fine new stcol and elegant scarf Included. GRIMES' PIANO STORES, de29-12d 1212 F STREET. FOR SALE-MANY PIANO BARGAINS BEFORE taking stock Jan. 1, 1904. all on easy payments. O. J. DeMQLL & CO.. 1231 G St. n.w. Oe24-tf FOR SALE?UPRIGHT PIANOi $80; ONE Up right, $100; new upright pianos from $125 up ward; warranted 10 years; biggest piano bar gains in city; beautiful organ, $25. Pianos and all kinds or musical Instruments tuned and re palred cheap. F. W. HELBIG. 1742 7th st. de23 It FOR SALE? We are offering special bargains In new and ?lightly ujed Pianos. Pianos for rent. Do not fail to xamlne the artistic Sohmer Pianos and the reliable Worcb Pianos. Hauling, shipping and tuning. HUGO WOROH. 923 V N.W. Sohmer Planon. (de22-tf-8) Worch Pianos. FOR SALE?SEWING MACHINE BARGAINS? Singer, $5; Wbceler & Wilson. $0.50; Standard. $13.50; Wh'te. $9.60; Domestic. $11; Singer Au tomatic, $17, warranted 5 yrs. Machines on 50c. weekly payments. At oppenheimer'S. 514 Oth. no!3-78t FOR SALE-BARGAINS IN USED UPRIGHT AND square pianos; first class makes. Ci I AH. M. 8TIEFF, 521 Uth ft. n.w.; J. C. CONUFF. Manager. no!4-tf FOR SALE-something NEW IN ART?THE DE Nestl drawings, with Japanese mats ar.d frames; orlg'.nals and copies for sale. J.* K. BISHOP, 825 14th st. n.w. Picture framing. nol6-tf FOR SALE- $0 FOR HAIR MATTRESS, 2 PARTS; $15.98 for 40-lneb china closet. Save mjney. 8e? our prices on tfoves, etc. REDMOND'S, 311 and 833 7tb Bt. n.w. ^ oc31-tf,4 FOR SALE-DAVIS SEWING MACHINE AGENCY, highest grade machines made; tailor, trimmers, leathor and power machines; aecond-tiaad ms cbines, $5 up; on credit. 50c. weekly; renting. 60c. weekly; repairing THE GUARANTEE SEWING MACHINE CO.. 425 4*4 St. s.w. oc24-tf FOR SALE?5-FOOT CURTAIN POLES, COM plete. 19c.; good quality floor oilcloth. 25c. sq. yd.; linoleum. 48c. sq. yd.; mattings from 10c yd. np the usual S5c. quality Is here at 25c. All goods delivered promptly. A. KLEKBLATT, 11th and II sts. n.e. __se2titode311nc. FOR SALE-OOOD QUALITY OPAQUE SHADES, fitted to your windows, only 25c.: the best qual ity oil opaque shades, 50".. hung free. Will call with samples. KLEEBLATT'S, 11th Jt H sts. n.e. my29-tf LEGAL NOTICES SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Co lumbia. holding a Probate Court.?No. 11840, Ad ministration.?This la to give notice that the sub scriber of tbe statu of Virginia has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia letters of administration on the estate of Abra ham Mutersbeogh. lule 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 22d day of December, A. D. 1904, otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 22d day of December, 1903. ALONZO S. MUTERSBAUGH. Chesterb o.k. Va. Attest: JOHN R. ROUZER, Deputy Register of W1119 for the District of Columbia, Clerk of tbe Probate Court. CLAYTON E. EMIG, Attorney. de23-law-3t IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT of Columbia, holding a Probate Court.?In the mat ter of the Estate of Ida Little Stevens, Deceasd; Admin. No. 11384, Docket.?Tbe National Safe Deposit, SaTlnga and Trust Company of the Dis trict of Columbia, executor, baying reported to the court that it has received a private offer from Arthur Jordan to purchase parts of lota one (1) and ten (10). in the subdivisions of the estate of Jobn Little, In the District of Colombia, described in its report duly tiled In these proceedings, at and for tbe price of one and twenty-five one hundredths dollars ($1.28) per square foot, upon the terms snd subject to tbe payment of tbe commission of three per centum mentioned in said report, it is by tbe court, this 15th day of December, A. D. 1603. or dered that said offer be accepted and said sale be ratified and confirmed unless cause to tbe contrary be shown on or before the 15th day of January. A. d7 1904. Provided, a copy of this order be pub lished in Tbe Washington Law Reporter and Tbe ~ ? Star of Washington once a week for three weeks: " ha court: _ ,SHhS" LEGAL NOTICES 8UPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF CO* lumbia, holding a Probate Court- Eatate of John Shannon, deceased: Administration. No. 1!WI0?? Application baring been made to the Supr?>ni? Court of the District of Columbia, holding u Probxtt Court, for probate of the last will and t*-*iameM of tald deceased, snd for letters testamentary on asld estate, by John Conroj. It la ordered this 29tb day of December, A. D. 1903, that notice he un4 hereby la given to Anthony Shannon, Bridget Shan non, Annie Hood, John Cheetbam. William Chea tham, Belle King, Henry Cheetbiam, Orlo Cbee tham, Joaeph Cheetham and to the unknoue heirs* at-law and next-of kin of said deceased, ami to all others concerned, to appear in said court on Thursday, the 4th day of February. A. D. 1004, at 10 o'clock a.m., to show cause why micfc a) plica* tion should not be granted; provided thla notice ba published in the Washington Law Reporter *n<t The Evening Star oner in each of three successive weeks before the return day herein mentioned, tlMft first publication to be not less than thlrly dara before ssld return dsy. HARRY M. CLABAUGM, Chief Justice. Attest: JOHN R. ROIZEH, Depot? Register of Wills for thu District of Celumblft* Clerk of ths Probate Court. CIIARLK8 J. MURPHY, Attorney. de80-law>t SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT"OF^C lumbia, holding a Probate Court.?No. 111(4, A?? ministration.-This Is to give notice thst the suae scrlbera, who were by the Supreme Court of t&f District of Columbia granted fetters testam<>ntar# on tb<> estate of RatT.areena Ardeescr, de eased* hare with the approval of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, holding a Probate <*?nrt? appointed Monday, the iiStb day of January. 1904b at 10 o'clock am., as the time, and said court room as the place, for making payment and dig* trlbutlcn from said estate, under the court's dirsc* tion and control, when and wbere all creditors an6 persons entitled to distributive shares or icgadet or a res.due, a r? notified to attend, in person or by agent or attorney duly authorised, with thei* claims against the eatate properly vouched, (liven under our bands this 22d day of Decern la* r. 1906* JOHN ARDEESKR, I1ENRY ARDEESEIt, RxSCO* tors. By IJDON TOBRINBR. Attorney. Attest! JOHN It. ROUZER, Deputy Register of Wills fo# the Dlsttlct of Columbia, Clerk of the Probst# Court. de28-law-3t SUPREME COURT OF THE DI8TR1CT OP COJ lumbla. holding a Probate Court ?No. 11858, Ad ministration.-This la to slve notice thst the sub* acrll?er. of the District of Columbia, has ot?talne4 from the Probate Court of the District of CoIiirublar letters of administration on the estate of Henry O. Winsbip. late of the District of Columbia, de ceased. All persons having claims against the d*? ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the as me, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticate!!, to the aubscriber, on or before the 15th dsv of December A. D. 1904; otherwise they may by law be ex* eluded from all benefit of ssld estate. Given unddfc my hand this 15th day of I December, 1903. WIL LIAM A. LEETCH, 1697 31st street northwest. At test; JOHN R ROUZER, Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Conrt. JESSE It WILSON. Attorney c^elH-lawSt IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE~DMH RIOT of Columbia, holding a District Court of the United States.?In the matter of the condemnation by the Washington Terminal Company of the follow* lug property In the District of Columbia, to witf A'l of these several pieces and parcels of IsndL together with the improvement? thereon, and ail ami every interest therein, known and described as sublet ti9, in square 675, and parta of sublott 5 and 73, in square 076. No. 611, District Docket.?Upon consideration of the Instrument of appropriation of the above named corporation, tfcft Washington Terminal Company. It Is by the court this 16th dny of December. A.D. 1903, adjudged and ordered that said petition be filed, and further, that the parties, and each of them, named in said instrument of appropriation, as owners, occupants, tenants, trustees under deeds of trust, and boldest of liens recorded on said property, to wit; 'Bridget Br.bbington, owner, parcel No. 1; William J. Patch, owner. Aids V. Smith, tenant, barrel No. 2; Hrld* get Babblngton, widow of William Kabbington* owner. Ahbetta Gulrsseppi, tenant. Christian Itup pert. Charles Schneider, Louis Kettler. trustees, parcel No. 3. be forthwith served by the United States marshal for the District of Columbia with a copy of paid instrument of appropriation, accord* ing to the rules of the Supreme *Y>urt of the Dli* trict of Columbia, holding a General Term, relat ing to the condemnation of lands and property In the District of Columbia, under an act of Coo gress entitled "An act to provide for a union railroad station in the District of Columbia, and for other purposes," approved February 28, 1903, and further, that a copy or said Instrument of ap propriation shall be attached to the premises of each owner. And It Is further ordered that said owners, occupants? tenants, trustees and holders of recorded liens, and all other persons having any right, title or interest in such described property, be. and they are hereby, required to appear In thlg c.urt op or before the 4th day of January, A.D* 1M>4. and show cause, if any they, or any of theofc, have, why the prayers of the petition In this cause should not be granted, and whv this court should not then proceed as directed by the act of Con* grrss above referred to; provided, that the United States marshal for the District of Columbia. In audition to the service hereinbefore provided, serve a copy of this order on such of said owners, oc cupants, tenants, trustees and holders of records*! Hers as shall or may be found In the District, at least five days before said 4th dav of January. A.D. 1904; and provided further, that a copy of this order be published In The Evening Star and Washington Post newsiwiners at least 10 times, and In the Washington Law Reporter ouce. before said 4th day of January, A.D. 1904 ASHLEY Sf. GOULD, Justice. A true copy?Teat; J. R YOUNG* Clerk. By J. W. LATIMER. Asst. Clerk. del126.96.36.199.24.26,28.29.30*31 IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED States.?Edgar X? Goodman, complainant, vs. the unknown heirs, alienees and devisees of John Templeman and Benjamin Stoddert, defendants* Equity No. 24095.?The object of this suit is to obtain a decree to establish as complete and per fect. In fee simple, by adverse possession, the title of complainant to all of original lot three (3), in square one hundred and one (101), Wash ington city. District of Columbia, and to eujoin the defendants from asserting any title or claim thereto. On motion of complainant, by John &? Shields, his solicitor, it is this 27th day of Oc tober, A. D. 1903. ordered thitf the defendants above named cause their appearance to lie entered herein on or before the first rule day occurring three months after the date of the first publication of this order; otherwise the cause will be pro ceeded with, as In case of default. This order to be published twice a month for three months prior to said return day In the Washington US Reporter anl The Evening Star. ASHLEY M. GOULD, Justice. True copy. Test: J. R. YOUNG, Clerk. By J. W. LATIMER. Assistant Ckifc. oc2P MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. INTBB* ESTS IN ESTATES. DEED OK TRUST NOTBS, STOCKS on BONDS. In ?unit of $100 to an/ sum (lealrcd. at low rates of Interest. de24-12t ROBERT A. PH1I.L1PS. 1400 t! St. n.w. MONEY" TO LOAN * IN SUMS OF $5 TO $50. JOSEPH CAHN. delS-lin* ^37 Pa. ave. n.w., in fmlt sioie. TO LOAN ON D. C. REAL ESTATE? " $1 ,C00-$1,800-12.000?$2,600 $3,000?$4,000?$5,000?$8,000? de!2-tf MOOBE & IIILL (Inc.), 71T 14th at n.w. $1,000,000 TO LOAN ON CITY REAL ESTATB? Any amount. Lowest rates. L. O. DE LA&BMDTT. deT-tf-4 1421 O st. S-w. LIBERAL LOANS ON D. C. REAL EHTATBl $600,000, or any part. Get onr terms before bor rowing. SULLIVAN ft HEITMULLEK. S16 Boo* building. <Je7-78t TO LOAN?$10,000, LN LUMP SUM PREFERRED. de5-tf CHAPIN BROWN. 323 st. n w. MONEY TO LOAN LN SUMS TO SUIT AT CUR rent rates of Interest on real estate In tbe Dis trict of Columbia. FITCH, FOX ft BROWN, del-tf-6 1400 (J St. n.w. TO LOAN ? " I ON DI8TRICT OF COLUMBIA REAL ESTATB. $8,000. $3,000. #8.600. $2,000. $5,000. $500. THOS. E. WAUUAMAN, del-tf 017 F st. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN ON D. O. REAL ESTATE? Lowest rates of Interest. Payment on principal In amounts of $600 or more received at an; In terest period. THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY. Bond hldg., 1408 N. Y. ave. n.w. de4-tf LARGE OR SMALL LOANS SECUBED; STOCKS; bonds, bldg. and loan asao. shares, life lus. poli cies, synd'oate certlfs., warehouse receipts and real estate trusts taken. C. A. BAKER, 40-43 Metr-erott bldg., 1110 F St. sell! tf.t MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED REAL Es tate within the District of Columbls, In amounts to suit applicants, at lowest rates of Interest. Jel9-tf,4 GEO. W. L1NK1NS. 800 l?th St. n w. IF YOU WANT TO BORROW OR LOAN BUY OB sell, on real estate. I can save you time and cash, as I give personal attention to all desls. de6-tf,4 J. KAKIN GADSBY. 526 13th St. n w. MONEY TO LOAN ON INDORSED NOTES. LIFB Insurance poHoles and second trusts at low rates of Interest. T. W. STUBBLEFIELD. oc3-3m,2t 1224 F st. n.w. WE HAVE READY FUNDS TO LOAN FROM $1,000 to $6,000 at 4^4 and 5 per cent Interest; only t>? D. C. real estate. STONE ft FAIRFAX, se2fl-tf 806-808 F st. n.w. TO LOAN-ON CITY PROPERTY $50,000, 4*. $80,000, 4 4-10%. $100,000. *\i%. $300,000. 6%. Large sums a specialty. se9-tf,8 EARLY ft LAMPTON. 616 14th St. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN ON D. C. REAL ESTATB. LOWEST BATES. R. W. WALKER ft SON. 1006 F N.W. ?pl4-tf MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. AT Low est rates of interest, ou D. C. real estate. Larf* loan, a specialty. ^ft-Jfcg-'XCKBB. no7-tf-5 704 14th at. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN AT 3<4. 4 AND 4'A PB* cent, in sums of $1,000 to $100,000, on D. O. raal estate; pay otf 5 per cent and 6 per cent loans and begin anew at lowest rates of interest: all transactions conducted with economical eonsidera tion for borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS ft CO., jeS-tf 7 1407 F at. n.w. MONEY TO IX)AN ON APPROVED CITY REAL estate at 4, 4*4 and 6 per cent Intereat. Special privileges with respect lo prior payments. Larcfc amounts a specialty. TYLER ft BUTHSRFORD, 1807 F St. n.w. fe9 tf-5 H. K. FULTON'S IX1AN OFFICB. * 814 6TH ST. N.W. ESTABLISHED 1S70. MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES. DIAMONDS, JEWELRT. SILVERWARE. ETC. OLD OOLD AND 8ILVER BOUGHT. Ja81-tf-? PALMISTRY. 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