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FOR SALE?HOUSES.
FOR SALE?S5.UUO.
A $7,000 HOUSE.
OUT-OF TOWN OWNER MUST SELL.
Offer* at a gr*??t nacrWIce. Near 18th tn4 Q
sts Three stories. cellar, finiaw. A NICK.
ATTRACTIVE FRONT. Formerly rented for $50.
$5,000 baa f?een loaned on It.
It SPTONE A FAIRFAX. h0?-8n? F at. n.w.
Foit 3ALE-A VERY CHEAP HOUSE?
$3,700
On a numbered at. n.w. WILL LEND $2,500 at
4U per rent. A WELL-BUILT bouse; 2 stories;
cellar Lot 2."?x80.
FOR SALE?$3,700.
Reduced from $4,700; N.W.. not far from gov't
Clnting offlce. NEARLY NEW fray-window brick,
?t 18x70; alley.
FOR RALE? $4.M0.
Stone front; STEAM HEAT; 2 stories. cellar:
lot 18r90; paved alley.
FOR SALE?$4,900.
A good K-room house; JUST THE ARRANGE
MENT YOC ARE LOOKING FOR; 4 room* on
each floor; dry cellar; FURNACE HEAT. Lot
1Hx90. a Her. A SHORT WALK FROM TEN
SION OFFICE.
FOR SALE ?$4..150.
Must be sold to close estate. NEW: STEAM
HEAT: dry cellar; TILED BATH. PORCELAIN
TUB. On in avenue northwest.
It STONE A FAIRF AX. *0K 8Q8 F at. n.w.
FOR SALE-GREAT SACRIF1CE
$5,200 each.
ON AN AVE. N.W BuiH to sell for $8,300.
TWO (2) NEW HOUSES.
A GREAT DEAL FOR THE PRICE.
3 stories; cellar; 4 rooms deep; TILED BATH;
plentv of large closets; STEAM HEAT.
WHY ARE THEY OFFERED SO LOW*?
The present occupants took them for a debt.
Thev must Ik' Mild to divide Interest
It * STONE A FAIRFAX. SOtf-w* F st. n.w.
FOR SALE?A SNAP AT $5,000
West of 14th. on a lettered st.: 8 rooms; lot
22x100. A GREAT INVESTMENT.
It STONE A FAIRFAX. 806-808 F st. n.w.
FOR SALE~THIS SHOULD INTEREST YOU:
We will let you have a $7,500 house for $5,750.
Two adjoining houses sold for this amount cash.
They are occupied by the owners. You can see
them. OUR CLIENT TOOK THEM FOR A
LOAN.
ON A LETTERED ST. WEST OF 14TH.
Well arranged: 3 stories: cellar; 4 nwms deep.
Ix>t 18x100. HOT-WATER HEAT. Near man
sions.
It STONE A FAIRFAX. 806 -808 F at. n.w.
FOR SALE "CAPITOL HILL" BARGAINS.
$5.300---Near 1st and C; 3 stories, cellar; HOT
WATER HEAT.
$4,200?2 squares from Capitol; 2 stories, cel
lar; 7 rooms and bath; 18x1:5.
$4,200?N>ar Stanton Park; new; 2 stories, cel
lar; 4 rooms on a floor.
$4.350?Reduced from $4.850?Owner moved
west; 2 stories, cellar; 4 rooms deep; furnace
heat. SIDE ALLEY; SIDE WINDOWS.
$4.800?Near 0th and Mans. ave.; 4 rooms deep;
SIDE ALLEY; SIDE WINDOWS; FURNACE.
$3,50<>_New; 2 stories, cellar; FURNACE; re
ception hall. Rents for $25. A GOOD, WELL
BUILT HOUSE.
$4,500?It st. n.e. near 5th: a very neat 7-room
brick. A trust of $-'5,500 can remain at 5 per cent.
$4,1550?A st. n.e. near 0th; 2 stories, cellar;
8 rooms and bath.
$5,00t>?B st. n.e.; 2 stories: 4 rooms deep;
SIDE ALLEY; SIDE WINDOWS.
$4.2<*>? C st. near 3d; 8 rooms; good condition.
$f>.<Mrf>? C ?t. n.e. near 1st; 8 rooms; ly feet
front: NEARLY NEW.
$4.500?LESS THAN 2 SQUARES FROM CAP
ITOL; H rooms: lot 18x100. alley.
$3.3U?>?An attractive, nearly new house; D st.
near 4th: 7 rooms.
$4.2Si>?I^ss tiuin square from East Capitol
and 3d sts.; 8 rooms; 21x:;6.
$4.tux) Near 8th and East Capitol; 2 stories,
cellar: 4 rooms on a floor.
Send for complete list of houses n.e. and s.e.
It STONE A FAIRFAX. 806-808 F st. n.w.
FOR SALE- THREE SOI J).
55. 57. 59. 6f\ 71. 75
Randolph st. n.w.
(Near 1st and R sts.)
No. 75 open and furnished.
$4,500 each.
$500 rash and monthly payments of $37.50. In
cluding interest.
We invite you to inspect No. 75 Randolph
street?n sample house completely furnished and
heated ?open evenings until 9 o'clock.
Without a doubt the best house on the market
fi^r the price.
MOORE 4c HILL (Inc.), Exclusive Agents,
Ja2o-2t 717 14th st. n.w.
FOR SALE?GET OUR LIST OF DESIRABLE
homes iu all options.
In the fashionable northwest.
Washington and Columbia Heights.
Bloom lngdale.
Capitol Hill.
The lowest p. ices and easiest terms.
fa20-2t MOORE A HILL (Inc.>. 717 14th st. n.w.
FOR SALE A CHEAP HOME OR~ WKLL-PAY
iug Investment.
Reduced to $3,800.
Will far-pish a tenant at $28.00.
Near the Met. car line, northwest; 9 rooms; 2
BATHS; MODERN PLUMBING; BACK YARD;
alley
fa'JO-2t MOORE A HILL fln-M. 717 14th st. n.w.
FOR SALE-THIS DESIRABLE HOME -
Only $4.UJ0.
Within walking distance of government printing
office; handsome front of stone and brick; NEW;
?J STOKlfclS AND .VfTIC; 7 lar?e rooms; modern
tiled bath. \\i;h latest open plumbing; large lot;
paved allev. INVESTIGATE.
|a20-2t MOORE A: HILL tin-A. 717 14th st. n.w.
FOR SALE FINE INVESTMENTS.
$3.34 to.
Rent, $21* per month.
Desirable two-family houses; good-sized lots;
woodsheds; alley.
fa'JO-2t MOORE & HILL HncA, 717 14th st. n.w.
FOR SALE?DECIDE AT ONCE.
DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE
To secure a modern home.
REDUCED TO $7,200.
One of those very desirable houses on "U" St.,
s. jrh side. ONE OF THE VERY BEST IN' THE
BLOCK.
A WELL ARRANGED HOUSE.
3 stories; cellar under entire bouse; parlor,
library, dining room, pantry and kitchen on 1st
floor: rt lovely bod rooms on 2d and 3d; A VERY
LARGE TILED BATH; PORCELAIN TUB;
NICKEL PLUMBING; 2 story nar porch; FRONT
and REAR STAIRWAYS; beautiful mantels;
ONE OF THE BEST STEAM-HEATING PLANTS
EVER PUT IN A house; WILL RENT FOR $50.
Jal9-3r STONE A FAIRFAX. 8U6-8U8 F st. n.w.
FOR SALE
AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE HOUSE.
ONLY $7 750.
B*f 13th and 14th. on one of the best improved
square* on <olutnhia He;gl?ta. WELL ARRANG
ED. w?>ll o nstructed; SOUTH FRONT. Built
to sell for $9,000. H A N1 nSOM E FRONT Pa rlor.
reception hail, dining room, pantry and kitchen
on first floor: 4 bed rooms and bath on second; 3
bed room* aiu^ hath -n third; HOT-WATER
IIEAT I,* lbxluu. NOW RENTING FOR $50
A MONTH
>alW-3? STONE A FAIRFAX. 801808 F st. n.w.
ri>R SAI-E BET. 14TH AND 15TH. "
THE BEST STREET ON "THE HEIGHTS."
WILL SELL CHEAP T?? CLOSE A SYNDICATE.
NOW RBDl'CKD TO $7,250.
Built to <*>11 for $9.54*0. VERY DESIRABLE.
Roman brick; stone porch; 4 rooms deep; HuT
WATER HEAT Lot 18x14u.
Jal9-3t STONE A FAIRFAX. 806-806 F st. n.w.
I ?R SALE WHY DON'T YOU DECIDE ON THIS
LOVELY HOUSE?
SEli>OU OFFERED.
N?.?rthwest corners are v?*ry scarce. How many
d< yon know of that aw for sale? THIS IS
THE ONLY ONE AT A BARGAIN. PRICE AT
LEAST $5,000 BELOW VALUE.
1701 "Q" st. n.w., corner of 17th and Q.
Go in it; while* the on*side is very handsome
the lnsble Is very attr??*tive; such flne. large
rooms; TWO (2) ELEGANT BATHS; STEAM
FEAT $15,000.
J*19-3t STONE A FAIRFAX. S06-808 F st nw.
For sale--by the owner, on g st. s k
near 7th. on car line, a two-story and basement
brick bouse; H rooms; modern plumbing; house In
first-class order; lot 2f> by 105; rents for $25
per month; price, $3,4&0. Inquire 345 11th s.e.
Jal94t
foR SAI.K 10 NICELY KIRMSUKU R1*>M
house; cheap; always w*ll occupied. Address
B K. E Star office * jal9-5t*
KOR SAI.K KltiUT NOW> TDK T1.MK TO PICK
up good bargains In real estate. We've some
"gilr ^ilge" propositions for investors and
home seekers.
G ?t s.e.- 6 room and bath; side yard and
alley: windows on three sides; concrete cel
lar . furnace heat; gas and coal ranges. Most
comfortable boose on Capitol Hill. Held until
recently at $3.UOO. Rents for $20 |ier month.
Will sell now for $2,750 $100 cash, balsnce
small monthly payments.
it st. n.e.?8 rooms aud bath: lot 17x90.
Rent. $25. Trust. $1,700. Price, $3,500.
BARNARD A MARK,
The Oval Sign. ?jaltt-2t>d> 1412 G st.
Fob- sale?well-bi:i?t hoise; wide
FRONT: on good lettered street near 14th; 9
rooms and bath; good condition; deep lot: frame
stable Price only $5.25<t.
ja 19-2i H R. HQWENSTEIN CO.. 1314 F st.
rOB SAI.K?ON S ST. N.W.; A NEAT LITTLE
home, centrally located: near three lines of cars;
C go** 1 rooms, bath, cellar. PRICE. $4,000.
NEAR IfiTII AND T: !? rooms snd tath; good
house: *>outh front; $5,000.
jalQ-2' H. R. HQWENSTEIN CO.. 1314 F st.
{tor SALK-g ST. N.W.?PRICE REDUCED TO
$?.SOO-An fi rooui house: 2 b?j window*; newly
jMloted and paper?diporei'lalo bath; open plumb
Rented for $32.50.
9-at H. E. BOWENSTEIN CO., 1S14 F ?L
FOB SALE?HOUSES.
FOR SALE?OX oonn AVE. N.W.; ROPTH
FRONT: WELL LOCATED; handsome 3-story.
l>ay-wlndow brick: 9 room*. bath. cellar; furnace;
a.tn.L: superior to many 97,500 houses. Let ua
slmw you tills: ?n..ts>.
jal!*-2t H. R. HOWENSTEHf CO.. 1314 F at.
FOR HALE?A BARGAIN: ONLY 93.800; MUST
lie Bold at once: a very desirable G room house;
large cellar; good hath; 20 ft. front; could not
be duplicated for 94.Son. Don't miss It.
Jal9-2t II. R. HOWKNSTEIN CO.. 1314 F at.
FOR SAIJ?-F ST. N.E.; A GOOD 2-STOEY, 0- ,
room brick: perfect In erety way; 93.300.
ELEVENTH 8T. N.E.; the moat up-to-date
house In n.e.; 6 rooms, reception hall, tiled bath,
cellar: furnace; handsome man tela and decora
tions. Price. 93.750.
Jal!> 2t H. B. HOWFNSTEIN CO.. 1314 F at.
FOR SALE?BARGAINS ON CAPITOL HILL. i
NEAR 8TH AND MASS. AVE.; delightful 6
room house; newly decorated; bright cellar; ele
gant bath. Price, 94.500.
NEAR 11TH AND E. CAP. STS.; cheap: 10
good rooms; porcelain bath; cellar; furnace; lot
18x118 to alley. Price, 94,500.
A GOOD ONE-VEBTCHEAP; UTH 8T. NEAR
B N.E.; 3-story. bay-wlndew brick; 9 ronma;
modern bath; cellar; furnace; large lot, ONLY
94.650.
NEAR^rrn and a s.e.: a desirable
HOME: 10 BOOMS AND BATH: FURNACE
HEAT; looks like a 97.000 kowe. Price, *4."5<>.
4TH AND B S.E.; convenient to Capitol aud
Library. Don't miss this chance; 8 rooms, 2
baths; well rented. PBICE. *6.000.
Jl'ST OFF EAST CAPITOL ST.; a good, sub
stantial house; 9 rooms and bath; lot lflkllS.
INSPECT IT. ONLY 15.000.
jnl!>-2t H B. HOWKNBTKIN CO.. 1314 F St.
FOB SALE?' HtCLT A BABGAIN," 319 AND
321 Eye at. a.e.. 2 houses; atablea; water and
Bower; 30-ft. rear alley; 16-ft. aide alley; lot
about 4Oil02.fi; only 92.500 for all. O. M.
BRYANT. Warder Bldg. ja18-3t?
FOR SALB- "
1211 8 st. n.w.; 9 rooms; bath; furnace beat.
Occupied by owner. JalH Bt*
FOR SALE
Hmises to tell from $100 up to any price, In any
part of the city; terms to suit.
J?9 28t? DCNI.OP. 1110 F at. n.w.
FOB SALE-GET LIST OF DESIKABLE HOUSES
AND LOTS IN"
CLEVELAND PARK,
Lots at speculative prices, on the easiest terms
- as low us 9100 cash and $2o per month.
Bids have been asked for the erection of the
grand Connecticut avenue bridge, which will coat
about 91.000.000.
With this and the other vast Improvements in
this direction, how can property help but advance
in price? CALL To SEE US ABOUT IT.
jalB-lOt MOORE it IlILL (Inc.) 717 14th st. n.w.
For SALE -WASHINGTON HEIGHTS LOTS
Just north of junction of two car lines, at from
91 to 91.35 per square foot Economical in size,
lSxllO. to 15-ft alley Buy now In new sub
division and get choice. THOMAS J. FISHER &
CO.. Inc.. 1414 F St. n.w. Jaltl-fit
FOR SALE?94.250 7B. BRICK: NORTH SIDE
of 15-ft. alley: east front: lot 33% by 109 ft. to
So ft, paved alley; stable full width of kit. See
OWNER. 221 Oth s-e. Jalfrtf
FOR SALE?IiESS THAN AUCTION PRICES;
two sold of these very chcap houses I have for
sale on F St. ; only half square from union sta
tion; a two-story and cellar brick dwelling, with
six very large rooms and bath; lot 18 feet front
by nearly 100 to 15 feet wide paved alley.
Rented now at 920.50; will bring 925 per mo.
Convenient to car lines. Gov. Print. O.. Capitol
and Library. A TRUE BARGAIN. AT 93,100.
Apply to sole agent.
JOSF.PII I. WELLER. Realty Broker.
Tel. F. 853. No. 602 F at. n.w.
_Jal6fit
FOB SALE?A BEAUTIFUL ROMAN BRICK AND
brownstone bouse. Washington Hgta.; 4 storh's;
4 rooms deep; 3 baths; all mod. Imps.; kitchen
1st floor; sacrifice price. F.ARI.Y & LAMPTON,
615 14th st n.w. Jal3-16t
FOR SALE?
97.500?Wide 3-storv and cellar brick: 9 LARGE
SUNSHINY BOOMS, BATH and PANTRY. LOT
23^ ft. by 105 TO ALLEY. Situated witbln 10
minutes' walk of Treasury. White House. State,
War and Navy, and the sites chosen for the Hall
of Records, Columbian Unlveralty and the Hall
of the Daughters of the Revolution.
Present occupant has lived In the house for 12
yeara. Apply at 1811 I st. n.w. Ja2-s.w-tf
FOR SALE?
1338 N. H. AVE., NEAR DC PONT CIRCLE
?line large double house, open all sides, substan
tially built, wide, attractive front. An offer
wanted. H. L. RUST. 008 14th st. n.w.
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SUBURBAN PROPERTY. j
FOR SALE
CHEVY CHASE.
Few more lots left 1b this beautiful section at
low figures.
Sizes from 60 to 100 by 12T? ft.
Water, sewerage. electric light, macadam
streets, brick sidewalks.
Also two or tbree of the most desirable houses
cam be bad at reasonable prices.
Buy now for summer.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO.. Ine.,
jal6-6t 1414 F st. d.w.
BKAIMWK HEIGHTS.
Desirable lots, $150 up. )
Villa Sites from $500 up. f Get booklet of
de4-tf GEO. R. HILL. 615 14th st. n.w.
REAL ESTATE?OUT OF CITY.
FOR SALE- TWO-STORY AXl> ATTIC SEVEN
rooin cottage at Green Cove Springs, Fla.; coat
$o.5<>0; will sell for $1,000 or exchange for Wash
ington property. Address Box 112, Star office.
jal9-3t*
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
I'OU SALE?JANl.'ARY SI'ECTALS!
$155 for $30') upright p'ano.
$190 for $.'i5t> upright pfciuo.
$2>k> for $4<k> upright piano.
F. G. SMITH PIANO CO.,
It Bradbury building, 1225 Pa. are.
F**R SA LK
Ladies' $45 Gold Watch $2S#.50
$5.00 Solid Gold Eyeglasses 2-50
$5.00 Gold-flHed Watch Chains 3.00
ISAOORK KAHX.
ja20-tf 6 Cor. 8th and 4* sts. s.e.
FOR SALE ? FRAME HOUSE MATERIAL. OR
will sell house as It stands. Grant and School
sts.. Mt. Pleasant.
jalt>-3t# OSTERMAN fc BUTLER, Colorado bldg.
FOR SALE -A BEAITIFTL GRANO CPRICHT
piano, standard make, slightly used. $115; warrant
ed lu years Cabinet Hprigbt. $75. Parlor f?rgan,
$25. Piano tuned. $1. F. W. IIELBIG. 1712 7th st.
Jalfl tf 4
FOR SALE?THE ENTIRE COXTENTS OF HIT
I st. n.w., just removed to our warernoms, 9tli
aud I) sts. n.w. On sale now. Parlor rockers,
75c.; m:irble top washstands. 54>c.: oak wardrobe,
$S; K. cupboard. glass doors. $4; enamel bed.
Iron Rprlnjr. mattress, 2 line feather pillows and
bedspread. $8.50; oak s!det>oard. $S; 4-pc. parlor
suite. $10, good condition; elegant dining room
suite, consisting of massive quar. oak sideboard,
roller too ext. table, 0 oust. oak dining room
chairs, $85. easily worth $150, and most be ween
to be appreciated; handsome walnut bed room
suite, large French plate mirror, $32.50, cost not
less than $100. 2 solid mah. parlor pieces. $15;
nuih. toilet table. 3 mirrors, about as fine as
money can buy. $32.50; glass-front oak book case,
$7; mirror front folding bed, $9; 12x15 rtig,
$17.50.
R. NOTES,
Jal8 3t* 22 Cor. Oth and D sts. n.w.
FOR SALE? ;
GREAT BARGAINS IN UPRIGHT PIANOS.
Elegant, full-size 7 1-3 octare I'pright Piano,
almost new. Has fine tone aud actlou. Singing
quality very beautiful. lias had only slight
usage. Cost $350. Will be sold quickly for only
$150 cash, inc'udi.ig stool aud scarf. Fully guar
anteed.
Splendid bargains In nsed Uprights at $200,
$225, $250. Easy u*outhly payments.
GRIMES* PIANO STORES,
JalG 12d 1212 F street.
FOR SALE- PIANO SPECIALS IN SLIGHTLY
used and second-hand uprights. Knabe (full size,
7 1-3 octave), $250.00 (n^w price, $1100.00);
Decker Bios., $175.00; Pease. $150.00, and many
others; new plane*. $200.00 up; squares. $25.00
up. Easy payments If desired. O. J. I>E MOLL
& CO.. 1231 G St. n.w. Jal4-tf
FOR SALE?CON i'ENTS OF NAVAL OFFICER'S
residence. Fine Hungarian ash bed room suite,
coat $400, for $166; handsome china closet, ma
hogany sheives; handsome Iron beds; hair mat
tresses; large walnut bed room suite, cost $200,
for $35; (Mid dressers, $4; folding bed, $6.50;
mantel mirror, $8; large hall tree. $S; silk-cov
ered box couch, cost $40. for $17; leather couch,
$20 ; wardrobe. Hundreds of pieces: great
sacrifice. 50H lltJi n.w. jall-tt*
FOB SALE
We are offering special bargains la new and
aligbtly ir;ed Planoa. I'lanos for rent.
Ou not fall to limine the artistic Sobmer
Plauos and the "-ellanle Woreh I'lanot.
Hauling, ablpalug and tuning.
HUGO WOKCH. 023 F N.W. -
Sohmer Pianos. (de22-tf-8) Woreh l'laaoa.
FOB SAL& SEWING MACHINE BARGAINS?
singer. $6: Wheeler A Wlhrno. *?.50; Standard,
*13.50; White. *?.60; Home.tie, *11; Singer Au
t< ryatlc. *17. warranted 5 yra. Machines on 50c.
weekly paywenta. At OFPENHEIMKtt'8., 514 9th.
soIS-TSt
iOIt -SALK SOMKTIIINU NEW IX AUX TUK I>E
Neatl drawings, with Japauea<- mats and frames;
originals and roplea for sale. J. K. BISHOP,
K25 14th at. n.w. Picture framing. nold-tf
KOIt SAli^ W FOK HA1H~MA1TUE88, 2 PAUT8:
*15.1*8 for 40-ioch china closet. Save tuouey. See
our prices on stores, etc. KEUMOND'S, 311 and
313 7th st. n.w. oc31tf-4
FOR SALK-DAVIS SKW1.NC, MACHINE AGENCY
lilglit^t grade machines made; tailor, trimmers
leather and power mnchiuea; second-hand ma
cl'lnes. *5 up: ou credit, 56c wertQy: renting
r^K". weekly; repairing. THE GIjAUANTKE
HEWING MACHINE CO., 425 4V- at a w.
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FOK SALE-GOOD QUALITY OPAQt'E SHADES,
fitted to your window*, only 25c.; tke beat qual
ity oil opaque abades. 50c.. hung free. Will call
with samples. KLKEBLATT'S, 11th * H ata. n.e.
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FOR SALE?LOTS.
FOR RALE-JUST WEST OF HAOM.IP'3 IOW
northeast houses; a corner that ?"JH nrtbe TEX
LOTS, for $6,000. Address GRIFFITH. SUr
ojce. n< 5-7Ht
FOB SALE-GET I.IST OK DESIRABLE HOUSlS
AND LOTS IS
II.EVKLAND FARC.
tot* at speculative prices, oa the easiest term*
?as low m $100 rash and $20 per month.
Bids have beea asked for tbs erection m the
fraud Connecticut avenue bridge, which will cost
about $1,00?.000.
With this and the other vast Improvements la
this direction, bow ran property help bat adrancs
In price? CALL TO SKE US AltfUT IT.
jal6-10t MOORE * HILL (lnc.>. 717 14th at. n.w.
K)R SALE OR KXf.HA.NGE?TWO OF THE BEST
located lots oa Mt. Pleasant. naar 16th and Kea
esaw; can be sold at a low figure or traded for
revenue-psjIng property: will assume truat.
THOS. J. FISHER * CO., Inc., 1414 F St. ?.w.
Ial6-6t
FOR SALE-WASHINGTON HEIGHTS, LOT SO
by 165 ft.: ON CIRCLE AT CONN. AND KAL.
AVES., OVERLOOKING ROCK CREEK VAL
LEY, ZOOLOGICAL PARK and the NEW CONN.
AVE. BRIDGE, for which $86*1.000 has been ap
propriated and which la to be finished within
three years, making Conn. are. the great thor
oughfare of the northwest.
Wllkbe sohi cheap, on easy terms.
jat-s&w.tf Apply to Owner, 1811 I at. n.w.
FOR SALE?A VERY DESIRABLE BUILDING
site on MaIX. are. near 22d at. n.w.; size
KI0. Fine site for handsome residence.
EDWARDS * REEVES. Inc..
WW <14 18th n-w.
FOR SALE?LOTS. LOTS. IA1TS.
IN ALL SECTIONS.
YOU'LL SAVE TIME AND MONBT
BY GETTING OUR LIST.
IN THE FASHIONABLE SECTTONS
ON COLUMBIA AND WASHINGTON HEIGHT*.
STONE A FAIRFAX. 806 and 808 F at. B.W.
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BUSINESS PROPERTY.
FOR RENT?A VERY DESIRABLE Busi
ness property. No. 1108 G at. n.w.; brick;
3 stories and basement: 9 rooms and store
room; In splendid condition; rent, $126.
B. H. WARNER CO.,
ja20-St MG F St. n.w.
FOR SALE?WELL-RENTED. FINELY LOCATED
DOWNTOWN BUSINESS PROPERTY.
LOW PRICE OF $22,000 NET TO SELLER.
PAYING NET 614 PER CENT.
$12,000 CAN REMAIN ON IT AT 4S%.
MAKING IT ABOUT AN >?%? INVESTMENT.
ALSO THE BEST $28,000 PIECE ON G ST.
ANOTHER 66 FT. FRONT ON 0, N. SIDE.
12TII AND 13TH.
J. B. WIMER. REAL EST.. 1201 G ST. N.W.
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WANTED?TO BUY "A BUSINESS PROPERTY"
bet. 7th and 15th, Pa. ave. and N. Y. are. or
14th St.; will assume incumbrance and give very
valuable free and clear 1>. (\ property (valued at
$20.0O0) for equity. Address OHIO, Star office.
Jal8-:it*
FOR EXCHANGE.
FOR EXCHANGE?UNINCUMBERED; ONE OF
the moat desirable lots on Waahington Hpts.; 100
feet front. EARLY fc LAMPTON, 615 14th ?t.
jal3-16t
FOR EXCHANGE?UNINCUMBERED. 5 ACRES;
almost in town: om* cur fare; will milxltvide
beautifully. EARLY & LAMPTON. 615 14th st.
jal3-16t
FOR EXCHANGE?UNINCUMBERED; A BEaT?
t if til farm in Virginia; 210 acres; for houae or lot
in Washington or suburbs.
ja?3-1 tit EARLY & LAMPTON. 615 14th at. n.w.
FOR EXfTIANGE?HANDSOME 22-FT. WIDE. 4
story house In center of the city; renting for
$r>0 mo.; price. $10,500; will talc*' $7,0<>0 worth of
ground as part payment. Also one renting for
$50 mo.; price. $9,000. Also one renting for $30.
price. $5,900. W. 8. MIXNIX.
d*-2ft-tf 141fl F n. xt.
FARMS.
FOR SALE?FARM. 147 ACRES. WHEATON.
Md.; H timber, % pood farming land: 9 miles
from Washington: $50 per acre. Call or address
C. C. MURRAY. 1944 2d at. n.w.. Wash.. D. C.
Jal5-?t*
REAL ESTATE.
I can quickly sell your Real Es
tate or Business for cash, no matter
where located. Send me particulars,
prices, etc., and receive my plan.
It's free.
1 CHAS. POWELL,
IS W. MOUAWK ST..
BUFFALO. NEW YORK.
Ja?-2fit
COUNTRY FROPERTY.
FOR SALE?ON THE BLUE HliXJK MOUNTAINS,
at Bluemont, Virginia, Ideal villa sites for sum
mer homes; easily accessible from Washington;
high altitudes and pure freestone waters; de
lightful season for inspecting property. Inquire
of THE BLUEMONT I AND AND IMPROVE
MFNT COMPANY. 1407 F st. n.w. no20-tf
GEORGETOWN REAL ESTATE.
Invest Little or Much Mrtnev
?in Georgetown Real Estate?the l>est paying
property in the District. We've a good propo
sition to fit almost any sum you wish to invest
and will gladly give yon particulars upon re
quest.
The Miller-Shoemaker B*"(,imS!ate
1323-132^1 321 st. * Phone West 40.
JalO-lOd
PROPOSALS.
PR0r0SALS WILL HE RECEIVED AT TI1E BU
rr-an of Supplies and Accounts. Navy Department,
Washington, D. C.. until 12 o'clock noon. February
9, 1004. and publicly opened Unmed at-.kly thereafter,
to furnish at the navy yards, league island. Pa.,
and Washington, I). C., a quantity of l?olts and
nuts, rivets, steel wire nails, wood and machine
screws, miscellaneous hardware and hand tools,
drills, reamers, taps, ash, white pine, cedar. she?*t
copper. Muntz metal, galvanized sheet steel, struc
tural steel, bar steel, saw blade steel, iron pipe,
iron and brass pipe fittings, valves, memorandum
pads, press copy books, typewriter paper, blotting
and note paper, tracing cloth, iniscellaneoufi sta
tionery. corn brooms, curled hair, emery cloth,
upholsterers' leather, sheet gum [lacking, phos
phide of calcium, borax, sal ammoniac, beeswax,
electric df<'k winch, and set of diving apparatus.
Blank proposals will be furnished upon application
to the Navy Pay Office, Philadelphia. Pa., and to
the Hureau of Supplies and Accounts. Navy De
partment, Washington, D. C. H. T. B. HARRIS,
Paymaster General U. S. N. ja20-law-2t
U. S~ EN GIN EER OFFICE. WASHINGTON
barratki. I>. C., January 18, 1004.?Sealed propo
sals for beating apparatus and plumbing fixtures
will be received at this office until no< n, February
18. 1904, and then publicly opened. Information <n
application. JOHN STEPHEN SEW ELL, Capt.
Engra. Jal8.19.20.2l-frl6.I7-Ht
"DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, WASHING
ton, D. C., January 8. 1904?Sealed proposals (In
duplicate) will tie received at this department until
2 o'clock p.m. Monday, February 1. 1904, and will
be opened immediately thereafter in the presence
of such bidders as may attend, for supplying furni
ture to the Government Hospital for the Insane. In
accordance with plans and specifications therefor.
BIDS MUST BE MADE ON GOVERNMENT
BLANKS. Forms of proposal, embodying specifi
cation*. will be furnished on application at the de
partment. and plans may be Inspected either at
the department or at the Government Hospital for
the Insane. All ladders are Invited to be present
at the opening. ETHAN A. HITCHCOCK, Secre
tary. Ja9-2aw-6t
LEGAL NOTICES.
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Co
lumbia. holding a Probate Court: No. 117IM, Ad
minirtratlon.?Tula la to give no tire that the Hub
scriiier, of the District of Columbia, has obtained
from the I"rebste Coart of the District of Coltim
)>ia letters testsiueutary on the estate of Cbarl-a
A. Sautter. late of the District of Columbia. tie
ceased. All persons having claims ugainat the de
ceased are hereby wanted to exhibit the aatne, with
the Touchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the
subscribe!. ou or before the 5th day of January,
A. D. lHOfi; otherwise they may by law be ex
cluded from all beneflt of said estate, filren under
my haod thin Mb day of Jauuary, 1004. SOPHIA
SAUTTER, 502 Uth street n.w. Attest: JOHN R.
ROUZER, Deputy Register of Wills for the Dlt
ulct of Colombia, Clerk of the Prubate Court.
NEWTON A GILLETT, Attorneys. Jad-lawSt I
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Co
lumbia, holding a Probate Court; No. 113H3, Ad
ministration.?This Is to sire notice that the sub
?crllierK. who were by the Supreme Court of the
District of Columbia granted fetters testamentary
oo the <'state of James R. MeCortney, deceased. ,
have with the approval of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, holding i? Probate Court,
appointed Friday, the 2i)th day uf January, 1004,
at 10 o'clock a.m., as the time, and said covt
room as the place, for making pay meat and dis
tribution from said estate, under the court's direc
tion and control, when and where all creditors and
person* entitled to distributive shares or Legacies,
or a residue, are not Wed to attend, in person or
by agent or attorney duly authorised. with their
claims against the estate properly vouched. Given
under our hands thla 5th day of Jauuary. 1004.
F.DMOMA R. McCORTNR*. J. HOWARD Mc
CORTNEY, Executors; by ALEXANDER MUN
CASTER. Attorney, 482 Louisiana ave. Attest:
JOHN R. ROUZER. Deputy Register of Wills for
the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate
Court. Ja6-lawai
ATT0BNEYS.
CAMPBELL CARRINGTON, ATTORNEY AT-LAW.
Webstar Law building, 605 D St. n.w., Washing
ton. D. C. Residence. No. a Mount Veragn l ists.
New Yssfc sea sad 8th at. a.w. sel3-4.tf
SEVT1STBT.
TEETH WITHOUT PLATES; NO EXTRACTING;
ao pain; fed. act and last longer than natural
teeth. Shrunken faces ?* - - "
fll'tag- Dr. J. L. WILSON. 1203 F s't B.W.
?Ofl-ul*
MONEY WANTS) AND TO LOAN.
LOANS MAP* ON a&USTO. OLD LINE
life Ins. pol.. collateral and indorsed notes &c
or any available seewttf?* N#delay
ATTWKLL * TREADWELL?. W? IStb St. n.w.
JalS iJd ' ? ? s%*.
A GENTLEMAN AW.tTflNl} HOME REMIT
tance wI?h<-? loan *200 on security worth S6O0
return witbin 30 dayg'f840. Address B L., Star
?<?<?*? =' -??>' Jal6-?t?
MONBT TO LOAM ON REAL ESTATE. INTER!
ESTS IN ESTATES. IrtiED.OI Tit [J.ST NOTES
STOCKS OR BONUS, to .am* of 9100 to avoaot
do?!red. at low rates of loteaest.
Jal4-26t ^ROBERT A. PHILlrtPg, 1400 G ?t. n.w.
" MONEY TO PLACE At" 44%.
No excessive or unnecessary charge* to borrower
FRANK A. HARRISON.
Jatl-tf,4 Washington LoMi and Trust bMg.
MONEY TO LOAN ON INDORSED NOTES, UTE
insurance policies and atn-oni trusts at low ntM
of Interest. T. W. STL'BBLKPIELD.
j?? 7M 1224 T at. n.W.
$1,000,0*0 To LOAN ON CITY REAL EST AT*.
Any amount. Lowest alia
l: o. db lashmptt.
i?8-tf-4 i?ai o ?t. a.w.
MONET TO LOAN
IN St MS OF fS TO BO.
JOSEPH CAHN,
jat-lm* 887 Pa. arc. B.W.. In fruit stars.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT CUR
remt rates of latereat on r?al estate In tlx Dis
trict of Columbia.
FITCH, FOX * BROWN.
Jal-tf-S 1408 O st. n.w.
TO LOAN ON D. C. REAL ESTATE?
II .COO-11,800 J2.000?|2.SOO?
$8,000?$4,000?^6.000?$S,000?
de!2-tf MOORE * HILL (Inc.). 717 14th St. n.W.
LIBERAL LOANS ON D. O. REAL EST ATI:
$500,000, or auj part. Get onr terms before bor
rowing. SULLIVAN * HKITUULLKR. SIS Bond
building. ' <U7-78t
TO LOAN?$10,000, LV LUMP SUM PREFERRED.
de6-tf CHAPLN BROWN, 323 4% st. n.w.
TO LOAN- ~
ON DISTRICT or COLUMBIA REAL ESTATE.
$8.00*. $8,000.
8S.500. $2,000.
$3,000. $300.
THOS. B. W AGGAMAX
SIT r st. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN ON D. C. REAL ESTATV
Lowest rates of Interest. Payment on principal
In amounts of $500 or more received at any In
terest period. THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY.
Bond b] (]g., 1408 N. Y. are. n.w. de4-ff
LARGE OR 8MALL LOANS SECURED: STOCKS^
bonds, bldg. and loan asso. shares, life lna. poli
cies, syndicate certifs., warehouse receipts and
teal estate trusts taken. G. A. BAKER. 40-43
Metzerott bldg.. 1110 F aL seltl-tf.4
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED REAL Mp
tate within the District of Columbia. In amounts
to snlt applicants, at lowest rates of Interest.
leltf-tf.4 GF.O. W. LINK INS. 800 ltth st. n.w.
IF YOU WANT TO BORROW OR LOAN. BUY OB
sell, on real estate. 1 can save you time and cash,
as I give pemonal attention to all deals.
dc6-tf.4 J EAKIN GADSBY. 520 ISth St. n.w.
WE HAVE READY FUNDS TO LOAN FROM $1,000
to $5,000 at 4H and S per cent interest: only on
D. C. real estate. STONE & FAIRFAX.
fle26-tf 800-808 V St. n.w.
TO-4-OAN-ON CITY PROPERTY? ~
$."0,000. 4%.
$00,000, 4 4-10%.
$100,000. 4H%.
$300,000, 5%.
Large sums a specialty.
sefl-tf.8 EARLY k LAMPTON. 615 14th St. ?.w.
MONEY TO I/)AN
ON D. C. REAL ESTATE.
LOWEST RATES.
B. TV. WALKER & SON. 1006 F N.W.
MONEY TO LOAN IN RUMS TO SUIT. AT LOW
est rates of Interest, on D. C. real estate. Large
loans a specialty. Prompt attention.
WALTER H. ACKEB.
no7-tf-5 704 14th St. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN AT 3*4, 4 AND 4*4 PER
cent. In sums of $1,000 to $100 000. on D. C. real
estate; pay oH 5 per rent and 0 per cent loans
and begin anew at lowest rates of Interest: all
transactions conducted with economical considera
tion for borrowers. WM. B. SAUNDERS ft CO..
fr?-tf-7 1407 F at. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED CITY REAL
estate at 4. 4% and 5 per c?nt Interest. Special
privileges with respect to prior payments. Large
amounts a specialty. TYLER & RUTHERFORD,
1307 F st. n.w. feO tf a
H. K. FULTON'S LOAN OFFICE.
814 8TH ST. N.W.
ESTABLISHED 1870.
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES. DIAMONDS.
JEWELRY, SIL'TRWARW. ETC.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT. JaM-tf-g
BOOKLETS AT STAR OFFICE.
Winter Besort circulars, conven
iently arranged and Indexed, may be
had at Tbe Star Office. Also infor
mation concerning railroad travel,
etc.
WINTER RESORTS.
NEW JERSEY.
Atlantic City.
n
Directly on the Ocean Front.
Remains open throughout the year.
Bell telephone in rooms.
, Sea water in all baths. Ciolf privilege*.
de2.S-7Sd.10 NEWLIN HAINES.
HOTEL RALEIGH,
Ocean end St. Charles Place. Capacity 400; open
all year; hijrh-class hotel, especially adapted for
Fall and Winter guests. Booklet. C. C. SHINN.
Jalft T8t.5
HOTEL MORTON,
VIRGINIA AVE.. NEAR BEACH.
Open all the year. Special rates for winter. Be
fur nit-bed and decorated. Koonis eo suite, with
private baths. Sun parlor. Elevator from street
level, r ine table. Write for booklet and terms.
. ^ MR:j- N tt HA INKS,
ja.)-130t-10 Owner and Prop'r.
Hotei Tray more,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Remain* open throughout the rear. Every known
comfort and convenience. Golf privilege*. Runnlnz
water in lied rooms.
TRAYMORE nOTEL COMPANY
JM-43M0 D. S. WHITE. President.
SEASIDE HOUSE
Ocean front. Every comfort, Including aea water
hatha elevator, bod parlora, golf. etc.
F P. COOK & SON, Formerly of tbc Hotel Senate.
dp9-r>2t.?
Atlantic City, N. J.
?
Hot and cold aea water hatha. Long distance
telephone In every tied room. Golf links.
Writ, for Uluatrated literatore.
JaO-tf-lO LEEDS & I.IPPINCOTT.
MA it Y LAND.
CarroSiSprircgsSamitariuinn
FOR INVALID* AND CONVALESCENTS.
. Open all the year. Baths, eiec
.rtcity. suu nnrlor, covered verandas, hot-water beat,
open Ores. Pure spring water piped through tb*
uuiiuiDp? Its convenience to Washington especially
Send for Illustrated booklet.
Jy6-t/.in Address G. H. WRIGHT. M. D.
HOTELS.
'J
Chestinyt & 22 d Streets,
Philadelphia, Pa.
An exclusively first-class hotel.
European plan, $1.50 up.
American plan, $3459 ?p.
Adjoining B. and O. depot
ALFRED WYMAN,
t Manager.
'vSla.w.261-28
CARVEL HALL,
Annapolis, Md.
NEW HOTEL. Awuir-jtw pr.tv
8TRAM-HEATED BOOMS. PKIVATK BATHS.
SPECIAL KATKS ID PKRMAKKNT CU1HH
JOHS a BOTLB. Maatger.
nol$7St
boarding.
1101 K ST. N.W.. FIBST CLASS TAB LB BOARD.
(ilMt*
ACCOTTNTANTS.
J. E. BATES.
PI BUC ACCOUNTANT AND AI DITOR,
OfBcea, 1<? and 110.
W ashington Loan anA Trust bufltflrw,
Otb and V sts. o w. Telepbooe Na. ?72.
Accouatiaf.
LOAN COMPANIES.
Saved is Ten
Dollars Earned
YOD CAN 8AVK THAT AMOUNT ON EVKRY
LOAN OF *90 MADE WITH THIS COMPANY.
And on all other loam yon nrf > proportionate
amount because we are not In "the truat." and
accordingly charge only half the interest demanded
by others for chsttel loans. No* charge for papers.
MVESTMEHT
NATURAL LOAN & Foorth Floor.
BAREST
delMf.84
Mooey at
?Small or large suras halted mi
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry or
Household Goods la storage. Pay
back as convenient.
Money loaned salaried people.
HORNING,
-Central Bldg.?Upstairs.
latO-Hd
Money Loaned Salaried People
and others without security; easy payments. Larg
est business in 48 principal cities. TOLMAN.
oc29-tf-B Room 101. M3 lfch at. n.w.
LOANS ON irURNITl!RB MAY BR OBTAINED
FROM THE COLUMBIA GUARANTEE CO..
613 F St. N.W.
Absolutely No Delay.
LOANS TAKEN CP FROM OTHEB COM
FAMES. noT-Sm-S
LOAM
Of 910 or upward on furniture, pianos, salary as.
sign meat, etc.. at the lowest rates of any com
pany !n the city. No recording. No publicity.
Private rooms nn the second floor. Every payment
on loan reduces Interest. Loans with other com
?nnles paid off and more money advanced st a
twer rate. No expense to make loan.
Surety Loan Company,
Room 1, Warder Building. Bth and F n.w.
Jag-trap
MONEY
For everybody at rate* lower than the lowest.
Don't be deceived; come to us and investigate.
Business ttrictly confidential. No one knows of
your transactions with us. We lend on furniture,
pianos or salary. If you have h loan now :iny
where and need more money, come to us. Noth
ing deducted from loan. You get full amount. Ex
tensions In case of sickness without extra charge.
Metropolitan Loan and
Trust Co.,
5OS E St. N.1
J?<i-tf-20
We are prepared to loan yon any amount from
$5 to $600 on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons,
etc.. on terms Ibst are as good at the best.
The simplicity of our business methods snd fslr
treatment hsve made ours the most popular oiB.-e
in the city. We give every accommodation allowed
by other companies. Strictly conlldential. Nothing
deducted from loan.
MUTUAL LOAN AND TRUST CO..
018 F St. n.w. Rooms 12 and IS.
Easy stairway or elevator to aecond Boor.
Js2-tf-20
See
Us.
R OAVS made on furniture, pianos,
etc.. without removal. Do not
hesitate if you want mooey. as job
can make your own terms, and we
make no inquiries among your
neighbors, friends or employer. Your
transsctlons with us are not pub
lished. Everything strictly confiden
tial. If you want to save money,
time and worry?SEE US.
Washington Mortgage Loan Co.,
610 F St. N.W.
Ja31-tf-20
PRIVATE
Loans to government employes on their Individual
note (without indorser). Loans to everyone oa
Furniture, Pianos. Personal Property, etc. (without
removal). Easiest, cheapest and beat place to
get money at once. The old reliable
Capital Loan Co.,
602 F Street N.W.
de28-tf (ESTABLISHED 1880.)
MONEY MONEY
On Furniture, Pianos, etc.
WITHOUT REMOVAL.
Small monthly payments. Time to suit borrower.
Other companies paid off. More money advanced.
NOTHING DEDUCTED FROM LOAN.
Potomac Guarantee Loan
928 P STREET N.W.
t Atlantic Building. Rooms 23 and 24.
Second Floor, Stairway or Elevator.
Ja4-tf.2?
MEDICAL.
DR. WEIGHT, SPECIALIST,
617 l'ttu st. n.w., bet. * and (J.
Successful treatment of diseases pronounced In
curable and of obscure nature. Lnng, throat, ca
tarrhal diseases treated by new method. Medicine
furnished. Consultation free. Honrs, 8 a.m. to 7
p.m.; Sundays, 8 to 1. 'Hlione N. 868-F, day or night.
J?20-tf,7
Dtf. LEATHERMAN.
The city's leading Specialist on all forms of spe
cial diseases of men and women. Cures guaran
teed In all cases I accept for treatment. Consul
tation free. 602 F ST. K.W. de8-tf-?
Specialist,
12th
3& FSts.
Regular Graduate Two Schools.
Authorised to treat Diseases of the Brain and
Nervous System, Skin. Blood. Heart, Stomach, Liv
er, Kidneys. liladder. Nose. Threat and Lungs,
Stricture. Varicocele and Hydrocele cured without
cutting or operation. No pain. No loos of time.
Blood Diseases and Disord rs of the Urluary Organs
promptly relieved and permanently cured by safe
methods. Vitality restored. Charges low. Free
consultation In person or by letter. Hours. 10 to 1
and 3 to C; Sunday, 10 to 1; Wednesday and Sat
urday evenings. 7 to 8.
W. T. ifcialdus, M.B.,Piti.D.,
Specialist In all Chronic. Nervous and Special
Diseases. Consultation free.l 'Phone East 31-M.
S. E. cor. 6th aud F n.w. Hours, 10 to I, 4 to tt.
?le4-52t?-5 ?
?DR. CZAR IRA?
The Well-known German Specialist,
317 6TH ST. N.W.
10 years permanently located in Washington city.
His success in treating old sud so-called incurable
cases is acknowledged by the public aud profession.
See testinKMiiala at his office.
HL'PTL liE permanently cured without pain or
Iocs of tljne. X-RAY for examination, diagnosis
and treatment. CURES cancer, impotency, stric
ture, varicocele, hydrocele, skin, blood poison,
syphilis and private diseases quickly for llfatln*.
dell-tf Consultation free.
PALMISTRY.
HAVE YOUR HAND READ BY ilME. RITA, THE
world's greatest palmist and astrologer, now
hclding receptions at 733 #th St. o.w. Fee. 25c.
and 50c. oo21 52t*
Dinner in Honor of Prof. Langley.
A dispatch from New Tork last night
says: At a dinner given at the Waldorf
tonight In honor of Prof. Samuel Pierpont
Langley of the Smithsonian Institution
Prof. Elihu Thompson of Cornell University
predicted the practical development of some
form of airship within a very few years.
Among those who made brief addresses
were Santos-Dumont and Rear Admiral
MelviUe. Prof. Langley outlined his ex
periments In the construction of airships
and explained a model of his latest aero
drome.
Senator Daniel Praises Infantry.
Senator Daniel of Virginia was the prin
cipal speaker at the banquet of the Mary
land Association of the Army and Navy of
the Confederate States of Baltimore, given
at the Carrollton Hotel In that city last
night. After referring to his career while
a member of Oeneral Early's staff, he re
ferred, to the Infantryman as "the most In
dependent and defiant savage on the face
of tke earth. He has no horse to take care
of and no big gun to sight and shoot with
the aid of others."
t
EDUCATIONAL.
IN WASHINGTON
Mr. Q. Lawrence \ wm be located at
1S11 13TH ST. AFTER MONDAY. JAN.18. (oncer tl
and Choir Training. Voice Trial Oratla. Mod. turn*.
J???-3t?-4
DO NOT TAKK MUSIC. BIT STUDY MUSIC
with Mme. J. ESPUTA DALY. Rndlmenta. Vole*
and Piano. Stadia 1128 F St. a.e.: -phone Sail
926 A. Jal3 S7f
Spanish Language School.
Spunlah quickly learned. Specialty In speaking.
reading and translating. Reasonable ratea. Trial
free. SENOUKS GOMAB BKOS.. natives. 1331
N. X. are Also leaaona at PUPILS' residences.
>1MW 6
MISS KATIE V. WILSON,
Teacher of Singing.
Stadia. 1329 10th at. n.w.; -phone North 890-K.
ja?-Mt-S
GERMAN AMK1UCAN
KINDERGARTEN,
School, 1011 New Hampshire are. Misses LIPPIN
COTT * BAKER, Principals. Coach calla for pupUa.
)a84H4
PIANO, VIOLIN,VOICE,&c
COLOMBIA CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. MAN
DO LIN,Ac. 80S MT. VERNON PLACE. Edwin Hart
del-44t?
Miss Wallace's School
FOR BOYS AND GIRL*.
Ja6-26t-4 1707 P at. n.w.
I A. n. Wallace, ???!???
VIOLIN. MANDOLIN. BANJO AND GUITAR.
Ja4-2Bt* STUDIO, 717 6TH ST. S R.
BUSINB8S COLLROI
Katabliabed 1878.
Dai and -Night Seaaioni
$25- A YB.VB?$2S.
Ladies' Physical Cu.ture,
Afternoon and Nlsht Claaaea. Adilrcsa. for circular.
I PROF M. A JOYCE. Carroll Inatltntf. de!6-tr.4
ART SCHOOL,
1113 17TH ST., BETWEEN L AND M STS.
Circular* on application at Studio. 10 till 12 a.m.
jal-SSt* MISS S. W. KELLY.
Tlanrincr riac<;p? WIMODACGHSIS.
wancing Classes. 1403 NEW yurk ave.
Teruia, $1.50 a mo. to members; membership. $1
a year. ANNA E. MacDONALD. Sapt.
Jal-tf-4
S. FREDERICK SMITH.
MUSIC STUDIO REMOVED TO
13041 "I" ST. N.W.
de29-tf Piano. Singing. Organ. Harmony.
ART SCHOOL.
The SALMAGUNDI ART SCHOOL. 1429 Now
; York avt. n.w. All branches. 3h circular*.
de28-20t*
PHYSICAL CULTURE.
Elocution and Kngllab. Class anil private work.
For circular and terms apply to CARRIK MA KIP
DOUGLASS. 1110 F at. n.w., Uetzerott Hall.
de2.V98t*
WASHINGTON DRAMATIC CONSERVATORY?
Training for the state and platform. Booklet sent
on am>llcatlon. M. AUREI.IA BARRINGTON,
dell-52t*-4 Dtrectresa. 1116 F at n.w.
Chevy Chase Schrol
French the language of the house. Boy* admit
ted to Kindergarten, Primary and Intermediate De
pnrtments. 2Wh St., near Baltimore St.. Washing
ton. D. C. Mile L. M. BOULICXY. PrinctpaL
no4-w,m,f-ayt,7
FRENCH LANGUAGE SCHOOL.
Beginners and advanced courses; classes, morn
ing. afternoon, evening and private lessons. MLT.K.
V. PRl'D'HOMMK (opp. 4tb st.>, 314 Ind. ave. n.w.
no23 2m
HE DRILLERY, ~
1100 NEW YORK AVENTTR.
Shorthand. Typewriting. Book
keeping, Telegraphy. Business
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J. W. POSTER ON ARBITRATION.
Part America Has Taken for Peace
Pointed Out.
A dispatch from Albany, N. Y., last night
says: The twenty -seventh annual meeting
of the State Bar Association was held here
today. The annual address to the associa
tion and its guests was delivered in the
assembly chamber tonight by former Sec
retary of State John W. Foster of Wash
ington, whose subject was, "What the
United StateB Has Done for International
Arbitration."
Mr. Foster said that from its beginning
the United State* government has exercised
a powerful influence upon the development
of international law. "It has stood," he
said, "as the champion of a freer com
merce. of respect for private use and
neutral property in war, and of the most
advanced ideas of national rights and jus
tice. As this government has led In cre
ating a more elevated and perfect system
of international law, so also it has been the
most active in adjusting international con
troversies and preserving peace by means
of treaties of arbitration."
Beginning with the Jay treaty of 1794,
which contained a provision for adjustment
by arbitration of the Initial point of the
boundary line between the United States
and Canada, and other disputes. Mr. Foster
outlined the numerous arbitration treaties
to which this country has been a party, and
their outcome.
"The only instance in our history." said
Mr. Foster, "where fraud and corruption
have been established against an arbitra
tion tribunal was that with Venezuela un
der the treaty of 1S68. Soon after the ad
journment of the commission, charges of
irregularity and fraud on the part of its
members were made at Washington by the
Venezuelan government, and an investiga
tion established, to the satisfaction of
Congress, the fact that a corrupt arrange
ment had been made. After considerable
delay in securing legislation, a new com
mission was organized, which reviewed the
work of its predecessor. Of the twenty
four cases allowed by the first commission
only nine were passed on favorably, and
three old cases rejected were allowed by
the new commission, representing more
than half of the total awards."
In closing, Mr. Foster said:
"The most important acts of the United
States in respect to the peaceful solution
of international controversies form a
record of which every American may be
Justly proud. The era of warfare has not
ceased upon the earth, but if the principles
for which our country has contended from
its earliest history should universally pre
vail among men. the future of nations will
be quite different from the past."
FOSTER AND BLANC HARD.
Probable Nominees at the Primaries in
Louisiana.
A dispatch from New Orleans last night
says: A general democratic primary, the
first ever held In Louisiana, to nominate a
state ticket to be submitted to popular vote
next April, was held today. There were
two candidates for governor, and the indi
cations tonight, based on an apparent ma
jority of 10.000 In New Orleans and scatter
ing returns received from the country dis
tricts, point to the nomination of former
Senator N. C. Blanchard over his opponent.
Gen. Leon Jastrenski, consul to Peru under
President Cleveland.
Present Indications also show the nomina
tion of Jared T. Sanders for lieutenant gov
ernor, of Robert R. Reld for attorney gen
eral. of W. A. Steldley for state treasurer,
and of Martin Behrman for auditor, al
though a second primary may be needed to
decide in the three cases last named.
In the contest for the uomlnation for
United 8tates senator Murphy J. Foster
and former Senator B. F. Jonas were candi
dates for the term beginning in 1600. Sen
ator Foster carried New Orleans by a large
majority, and his nomination Is indicated.
It is conceded that the state officers nom
inated today will be elected la April at tbe
general election.
TRANSIT OF ISTHMUS
ITS SIGNIFICANCE THE SUBJECTS
or DISCUSSION IN THE SENATE,
Mr. Spooner Contends That New Gran*
ada Surrendered Her Sovereignty
In the Treaty of 1846.
The Senate remained in se?slon until I
o'clock yesterday afternoon, the latter part
of the day being occupied with a speech
of Senator Patterson on Panama.
After The Star'a report of the Senate
proceedings was dosed Mr. Quarles de
clared the revolt of Panama in the interest
of the canal to be the first movement on
the Isthmus for the promotion of the rights
of civilization for the past 100 years.
Closing, Mr. Qtiarles announced his ad
vocacy of a sea-level canal, saying he
thought that snch a canal should be con
structed regardless of the time required
In construction or the expense to be in
curred.
Patterson Opposes the Treaty.
Mr. Patterson followed Mr. Quarles with
an argument In opposition to the canal
treaty. He said that if the treaty should
be ratified whatever wrong had been com
mitted would he condoned. If not ratified
our ships In isthmian waters should bo
withdrawn and the status restored. He
defended Colombia as being "not as bad
as painted." and took the President to task
for his method of s]>eaklng of that repub
lic. He said the secession of Panama from
Colombia is as atrocious a crime as would
be the rebellion of Wisconsin from the
United States.
In the course of his remarks Mr. Patter
son said that many disturbances have oc
curred ir. the l*nited States, and among
others he mentioned the Chicago strike of
th'i past decade.
Mr. 8pooner Interrupted, and said that
the course of President Cleveland 111 send
ing troops to quell the riot had been con
demned by the democratic convention of
1806.
Mr. Daniel took exception to the remark,
holding that those who had taken that
view of the platform had misconstrued it.
Mr. Patterson continued his discussion of
the President's course In Panama. He
quoted the President as having said In the
course of his tour last summer in speaking
of our course toward other nations that
the United States should "speak low und
carry a big stick."
"He has spoken so low concerning his
dealing with Colombia," said Mr. Patter
son, "that he could have scarcely heard
himself when he was giving encouragement
to the Panama rebellion. But whether he
spoke low or high, he has carried the big
stick, and Colombia has felt its weight."
Mr. Patterson engaged in a colloquy with
Mr. Spooner as to the extent of the grant
made by Colombia to the United States of
the right of transit across the Isthmus. Mr
Spooner contending that it was an absolute
grant, and Mr. Patterson that it was mere
ly a grant of privilege such as a street car
company insures to he passenger who pays
his fare for passage. Mr. Spooner could
not contend, lie said, that the mere grant
of right of transit was a surrender of
sovereignty on the part of Colombia.
Mr. Spooner said it was a right and ?
guarantee of servitude, and that in return
the United States had undertaken to main
tain neutrality on the whole Isthmus. This
obligation had, he argued, descended to
Panama.
"The senator's contention then is this."
said Mr. Patterson, "that that country
yielded the right to maintain its own
sovereignty over Its own territory?"
responded Mr. S|H>oner sententl
ously.
It Is too absurd." Mr. Patterson went
on. "for the senator from Wisconsin to be
lieve for a moment. Even he cannot be
lieve that for a single moment New
<>ranada, as Colombia was then called
would have voluntarily surrendered her
dominion to another power, with which It
had negotiated a treaty which, according
to its terms, might end in twenty years."
Spooner Denies Charge of Inconsistency
Mr. Patterson charged Mr. Spooner with
having abandoned his previous position re
garding the right of the United States to
interfere in Colombia's affairs in Panama,
but Mr. Spooner contended that his position
now was the same as at the beginning. He
held now. as from the start, that if Colom
bia did not protect the right of transit it
was the duty of the United States to do so
The controversy between Mr Patterson
and Mr. Spooner was extended, and in
volved many minute points of difference.
They stood close together in the main aisle
of the Senate, talking freely at each othc-r,
though at all times manifesting the utmost
good will.
The situation was contrary to Mr. Pettus'
idea of parliamentary proprieties, and he
rose to a point of order. He designated
the debate as a conversation, and made the
point that it was not in accordance with
the rules of the Senate.
The chair rapped for order, and Mr.
Spooner. responding, said the senator from
Alabama was entirely right. The fault was
all his own, he said, and temporarily re
tired. Not ten minutes afterward, how
ever. the two senators were again standing
together in the aisle. The new discussion
was upon the point as to the extent to
which the President was responsible for
Assistant Secretary Darling's order to the
commander of the Nashville, directing him
to prevent the landing of Colombian troops
on the Isthmus of Panama. Mr. Spooner
contended that the President was not nec
essarily familiar with all the directions
given by the departments.
"If," responded Mr. Patterson. "It were
not for the unbounded admiration I have
for the senator from Wisconsin and the un
limited confidence I have in him, I would
call that a mere quibble."
Mr. Patterson then suspended his re
marks. and at 4:30 p.m. the Senate went
into executive session, and at 5 p.m. ad
journed.
The Panama treaty, as amended by the
committee on foreign relations, was read in
executive session of the Senate yesterday.
No discussion was had, and It" was an
nounced debate on the treaty would begin
today.
NEWPORT NEWS HOTEL BUENS.
Alhambra All in a Blaze Soon After
Fire Started.
A special dispatch to the Baltimore Sun
from Newport News, Va., last night says:
Fire totally destroyed the Alhambra
Hotel here today.' Little was saved, owing
to the inflammable quality of the material
used in the construction of the building
and the rapidity with which the flames
spread.
The fire started from an overheated fur
nace In the cellar of the structure, a three
story frame building with a veneering of
brick. The ground floor, occupied by Frank
Smith's saloon, was soon a mass of flames
and within a few minutes the whole struc
ture was ablaze. Ernst Snyder, son of Mia
Daniel M. Snyder, owner of the building,
occupied the upstairs apartments. He was
in bed at the time the Are was discovered,
and the rapidity with which the flames
spread is shown by the fact that he was
unable to save any of his personal effects.
The Are was under control this afternoon,
but not until the place was a mass of ruina
The building originally cost $7.<I00. Insur
ance, $4,000. No Insurance was carried on
the contents of the building. Smith's stock
was valued at several thousand dollars.
On account of lack of fire protection
Mayor Fleischmann has closed Heuck's
Opera House in Cincinnati.
The good quality of it is
not the result of accident.
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