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THE SUN, BALTIMORE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 11, 1900. REAL ESTATE- SALE OB BENT. PERSONAL. REAL ESTATE SUB UBD AIT. HXXP WANTEDMALE.
HEJUP WAIfTEI FEMAIJEL HOR8E3, XCTJLE3, ETC. BOARDING. A PARTMENTHOUSE FURNISHED ROOMS; iV large and small; en suite or single; Table BOARD; central. all-lm. 4Q7-NORTH CHARLESgTREET.
TVANTED BO A DER8 newly furnished double and single ROOMS; bath on two floors. 725 WEST LEXINGTON STREET all-3t BOARD AND ROOM, including Night School Courses, for Young Men and Ladies, $3 per week; Eutaw Place, opp. Hotel Altamont. Apply Straj-er's Business College, 22S E. Baltimore REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
SPLENDID INVESTMENT. Two excellent 3-story HOUSES; one a Corner Store and Dwelling. Total yearly Total yearly expenses 163.00 Total yearly $209.00 Our lull prici for both only 51,200. This 17 cent. net.
BALTO. REAL ESTATE oora 506, Law Building, Lexington and St. Paul streets. all-3t JEWINGTON AVENUE. BY THE PARK.
The handsomest HOUSES FOR SALE in Baltimore; Dieter has decorated them in water colois, lincrnsta, stucco relief, plastic work, panels, etc. tile baths, nickel plumbing, stipple kitchens, and, tn fact, they arc as complete as human ingenuity can make them; 6 sold in March, showing prices are popular; terms easy; always open. Apply at OFFICE, 826 Newington avenue, between Bolton street and Callow avenue, or to ROGER. Receivers, all-lm 41G Equitable Building. NORTH AVENUE.
CORNER. NO. 800, FOR SALE AT S1.800. 812 AND 814 EAST NORTH AVENUE AT SI The Houses are handsomely decorated; water colors, lincrusta leather, etc Comer House has 7 bedrooms any House can be boiight for $509 cash, balance mortgage on which you can pay any amount, any time, on which interest stops at) ouce, or by renting plan; always open 1 to 6 o'clock, or apply to owner, F. WM.
BOLGIANO, all-lm 416 Equitable Building. EUTAW PLACE. SACRIFICE SALE. An elegant RESIDENCE No. 1617; lot 22x130 tessellated marble hall; heated with steam; 2 bathrooms; stable and carriage house; premises in prime order.
For sale by HY.JWROGERS. 230 NCharlest. all-6t I BUILT BY DAY LABOR 5 HANDSOME STORY HOUSES ON GUILFORD AVE. No. 1612 is the last; make an offer; no ground rent; lot A GIF.L TO COOK AND ASSIST WASHING A AN IRQNINO.
1617 MADISON AVK. It vJAliKl COOK for small family. 1TOO AVEXlE. It FikMJLS GIRL, to WORK IN RESTAURANT! Apoly at HOI LIGHT STREET. all-St "lxPERIENCKD DRESSMAKER, at 515 JCm WEST LAFAYETTE AVENUE.
It "I7XPERIENCED AIST AND SHIRT HANDS JOi WANTED, 53-4 WEST SARATOGA ST. It "OrOCHSCHlLD, KOHN CO. require the serv-11 ices of experienced SALESWOMEN for Lin- Ting trepan men Appiy ourm4i xiums a. a 7HITE GIRL, for general HOUSEWORK good home. DRUID HILL, Ai Hi.
ail-M 7HITE GIRL, to COOK: three In family; $12 month. Sift EAST lAJAlxti ax. 7 ANTED First-class DRESSMAKER. 1201 It BOLTON STREET. ANTED A VTiita Woman, to COOK.
Apply it 730 EAST PRATT 8TREET. Y17ANTED A Girl, for general HOUSEWORK. Apply. aftr A. M-.
WW WILSON ST. It "VtTANTED WHITE COOKSMALL FAMILY. 1 112 NORTH CAROLINE STREET. It 7ANTED White Girl, for HOUSEWORK. Ap ply at ifZ'Z WEST XOKTU AVfaNUIS.
mu-zt ANTET-A Girl. Catholic preferred, for fcelf eral Hmjsework. Apply lt23 Penna. ave, It ANTErV-Experienced Lady Stenographer and Typewi iter. Address 120.
Sun office all-2 AT TANTE A COMPETENT COLORED COOK. wittt inferences. Apply i.AKtv av ki. it VAXTS-GirI. to do HOLSfcWOKlx.
Apply between 1 and 6 P. M. at 2444 EC TAW PLACE. It AVATED-Two bright Colored Girts, as WAIT- SSES for lee-Cream Department. BEKX-HEI? A-li PROS.
It "ANTED A Youn Lady, to ASSIST IX OF FICE WORK: salary per veeK. Address 30. Sun office. It f7 ANTED Fiftv Young GIRLS; paid while learning. ENTERPRISE NECKWEAR VOa Park avenue.
all-2t AXTED A FIRST-CLASS SKIRT HAND; one to board in the house; Catholic preferred. iHK Sua office. It "WANTED A competent NURSE FOR ONE CHILD: must speak pood German; reference. :2224 CALLOW AEX CE- It "ViTaNTED A COLORED WOMAN AS NURSE; ccly thr.se with reference need apply. 1232 'WRJJCALY ERT STREET.
It VrANTED White Girt, for general HOUSE-? WORK; no washing or ironing. Arply at 1S33 LINDEN AVENUE. all-2t WANTED A neat White Girl, for NITRSE and CHAMBERWORK: also, SEAMSTRESS. Agply at 24a EUTAW PLACE. It TAXTED A Girl, living in northeastern sec- tioa, to do general HOUSEWORK.
Apply at 2237 EAST PRESTON STREET. ANT ED A nice respectable White Girl, for general HOUSEWORK in a family of two. Apply at 1733 DRUID HILL AYE. It ANTED LADIES in the Ladies" Alteration ,.11 IwpartmenL Apply at HECHT'S RELIABLE STOKES, 511 South Broadway. lt 1TANTED White- Woman, as NUFAe FOR CHILI cf eighteen months.
Address, in writing, giving references, 353. Sun 6ince. It "WANTED Colored Girl, for WASHING and 1 IRONING and Assist in UonsewArk. Apply at 73 NORTH CAKROLLTON AVFAlE. ail Ii-2t yANTED COOK AT GENTLTiilAN'S COUN- TRY PLACE; giHd wages suitable party.
Call before 11 A. M. at 172 1 BQLTON ST. ali-3c "WANTED FIVE EXPERIENCED SALES-" LADIES in Millinery anr Dnr Goods I apartments. 757 75? WEST kLTLMORE ST.aU-2t "Y7AXTED Neat Whit Crl as NURSE and to Assist in light Hons Avork; good home and wages; references required.
Apply at 1817 MADISON AVENUE. all-3t rANTED A TEACtfER OR WELL EDU HATED LADY POftSV.SSED OF KITSTN" ESS TACT AND DEPENDENT UPON HER OWN EFFORTS; MCsT BE WILLING TO MAKE SHORT TRIPS TO THE COUNTRY IF NECES-SARY. Address ENERGY Sun offlcw. It "WANTED EXPERIENCED OPERATORS AND LEARNERS TO MAKE DRAWERS, OVERALLS AND. "JACKETS IN THE FACTORY LEARNERS WILL BE TAUGHT BY COMPETENT TEACF.KRS AND PAID WHILE UNDER INSTRUCTION.
ERLAXGER 519 tBl I' KA 1 bTKHET. all-tit WAXTED-demnn Girl, as COOK. Apply at 117AMED Experienced White Nurse; must 1 haTe Arences. Apply 2SO! N. Charles st.
TANTE iSExperienced HANDS AT DRESS- MAK FN also. Helpers. 314 Charles st. WANT D-Fitst-class DRESSMAKERS; also Lea oers. GRAHAM.
733 N. Eutaw st.a9-4t ga rue N.TE1 17A ED A Whito Girl, to COOK for a famUy of two. Apply at 2022 MADISON ATfi- AVI al0-2t SUE. W7 ANTED Experienced Skirt Hands on Tailor- Made Work; also. Apprentices.
334 North cnaies street. ai'J-Zt T4y ANTED Intelligent Young Woman as MA TRON'S HELP in Institution; wage $12 pel per rjonth. Aaaress sun office. aiu-zt AITANTED FINISHERS AND GIRLS TO (J SV ON SKIRTS; steady employment. L.
Jfc CO.HanoTertree a7-6t YTANTED Ten SALESLADIES for our Mil- linery Department. Apply to SUPERINTEN D- prager ana oaratoga streets. avst WANTED-A SetUed Woman, to COOK, WASH and IRON in a small familr; a good home; wages $12. Apply at 104 EAST TWENTY-FIFTH SilAULfT. a9-5t WA XTED Experienced OPERATOR3 ON WILCOX GIBBS STRAW HAT MACHINES; steady work.
BRIGHAM HOPKINS cor. German and Paca streets. aSKJt i VTVti a fear nnrm cTnr-v rr. ERATORS. TO LEARN lb MAKE SHIRT "(Usis; good pay while learning.
HULZMAN juvj j. tayette ana feutaw streets. a3-t 17ANTED Expsrienced HANDS TO PUT ON WHITE LAUNDERED NECKBANDS: also, ON WHITE SHIRTS. ANCHOli CO. 112 West Lomoard street.
alMt ANTED Experienced OPERATOR3 AND LEARNERS ON SHIRT WAISTS: also. TUCKERS AND DOUBLE SEAMERS; Learners while learning- best prices paid in city. HULZMAX MFG. Fayette ana Eutaw sts. tf WANTED EXPERIENCED OPERATORS, ALSO LEARNERS, ON ALL PARTS OF OUTING SHIRTS.
IN FACTORY; STEADY EMPLOYMENT- LIGHT WORK. OPPENHEIM. OBERNDORF 112124 WEST FAY- ETTE STREET. mh3-t "7ANTED AT ONCE Experienced TUCKERS oo No. 2 Wheeler Wilson Machines; paid vj ween ur piece, worn; gooa pay guaranteed also, 'TUCKERS on Wheeler Wilson new Vertical Machines.
L. LOWENSTEIN 221 North Eutaw street. a9-t AT ONCE Experienced OPERATORS ON ALL PARTS OF SHIRT WAISTS; we guarantee it si aajs wora; come reaay ior wore L. LOWENSTEIN Sc. 221 North Enlaw treet.
second floor. a9-7t "CXPERIENCED ASSISTANTS IN DRESS- JLL MAKING at once. 1701 N. CHARLES ST. EXPERIENCED OPERATORS ON SKIRTS, at -i once.
F. FALTi, 222 North Liberty Bt. 9-3t Hands on Custom Vests: also. JLi good Buttonhole Maker. 191.
MONTROSE. TXPERIENCEO OPERATORS ON WHITE JLi smik 1 3- avo, few LEARNERS: week work. r- 32 and 34 S. Paca st. TJURST-CLAyJs COOK.
WASH AND IRONER. with best reference. Apply to MRS. WIGHT. 17Q5 St.
P.ul sUeet. Three in family. al0-2t 4EXPERiENCED GIRLS, to WORK ON BU9H.L WORK. NEW YORK CLOTHING HOtSE. al0-2t EXPERIENCED SITTATIONS WANTED-FEMALE A WHITE COOK.
GRIXDET. f.TREET. It TT'-CPERIENCED and highly recommended Nurs Xv eryGoTemess desires Position will care for and gsfist Children with studies. 870, Sun omce.11-2 DT A SUPERIOR PERSON, to TAKE ENTIRE CHARGE of on or two Children, Teach Ele-mentary and Sew. Address 8ft4, Sun office.
aU-3 4 WOMAN WISHES WASHING AND IRON ixu. at home or by the day; can gife first clareferences. ftl CAMPBELL ST. aJQ-2t a Will it. tilKL.
as CHAMBERMAID: city or courtry; best ref- ygnces. Aggress 1 ayj, sun omce. ail-2t T7-SPERT STENOGRAPHER AXD WRITIST, at leisure after 2 P. desirei VORK for balance of day. 326, Sun ofece.alO-2 STENOGRAPHER AND petent Young Lady desires Situation neat, trompt.
industrious. Call or address Miss 225 i. Raltimore care Prof. 3. Irring Strayer.
a5-tf KELP- MALE AND FEMALE. "XVTANTED Man and Wife, as GENERAL 'dren; German preferred; giro reference and wages expected. 7, Sun office. all-2t A TAN AND WIFE ON FARM; good steady L-VL Work. Apply at STORE.
214 21 North ijreene street. al0-2t First-class BOOKKEEPER- must have reference. Address 1 Njs, Sun onlce.iO-2 HELP WANTED-MALE. WAXTJEP Espnced MEAT CUTTER. S.W.
tor. Eden and Jeifersin with reference.lt AVTSP. STRIPPERS. Aijrly at'cfOAR FACTORY, 417 Exchange Place. ANTED CAKE BAKER.
GEORGE DOE- 1407 East Baltimore st. a9-3t 3Y TANTED A Graduate of Pharmacy: state terms uu gie reierence. rt ri, sun othce. alu-5t "Y7ANTE1 BLACKSMITH on General Wo7kT JrJJ. W.
GJtEENjJJessup.Md.; B. OlLR.lS-St ANTED Carpenter and Bricklayer tcTBmld two Houseson bonus. HllHOLLINS ST.10-3 T7AXfED A Yonrig Man in OFFICE who writes a good hand. Address it, Sun office. "WANTED A first-class CLOTHING CUTTER for special work.
423 WEST BALTIMORE TRE ET. al0-3t "WANTED A COLORED BOY between lfand 15 years old. Apply at MME. EMILECAYE 313 North Charles street. alj-2t TANTED A first-class FANCY CAKE BAKKR: pmnlnvmnt th war nwl anl.
ry. ApdIv at 1 Tint Jnmsn AVK An experienced RETAIL GENTS FURNISHING SALESMAN; no others need VAr-i- L. lLtLIlllUTr? SL Kla, rANTED-Two good BARBERS; good wages addresa CERRONE, 512 Washington. D. C.
reliable Man, as ATTENDANT J20 50 per month. AddressK 11, Sunoffice.ali-2t VAED SeTeral experienced BUNDLE RETAIL DRY GOODS: reference reqaireq. Addreaa 352. Sun offlce.alO-tf StenoKrapher and Typewriter; one willing to Assist in general Work in Office Ad-dress. Btatingwases expectedjr.
27, Sun office. Elerenth D. C. WANTED-A SALESMAN acquainted withTo-bacce and Cigar business; must gire first-claja references and state salary expected. Address 11.
Sun omce. SPREADERS AND TRIMMERS Cntrinp rtor.artn.nt. amoM i lyi'L-vu rxt 1 1 1 2- WtJ ayett eIlreet. t9-4t A reliaUe Colored Man. single ai I COA.HMAN in private family; snort disUnce In the country must be experienced and well xecgnmCTdjBRlQHAM HOPKINS A CO.
"TITAVED-By a Machinery and Supply Hcuse. reliable SALESMAN: in mak-ins application please aire age, present occupation. HneM and reference. Address 2S2. Son office.
alP-St A 8SISf ANT BOOKKEEPER, with aJ and Jary expected. Addreaa 4Q. Sn pace. alO-tt AJgJ? who understands both OBOCERY AND MEAT BUSINESS Cor. FRANKUX AXDG1LMOR 8TS.
riSt OTTANflTED aged 14 to IS: German preferred: lDry Goods. Apply at 1038 N. GAY ST.alO-2 LEBX WANTED Accnatomed to Typewritini STRONG WHITE BOY TO RUN ELEVA-A. TOR. Apply at 22 E- BALTIMORE ST.
It must be a Teamster, capable of running all kinds of farm machinery; sober, willing and obliging; Married Man, with helpful family preferred; House and good wages given. Apply at once, witu reference, to THOS. B. COCKEY, PikesTiUe, Baltimore county, Md. all-3t USHELMAX WANTED.
Ill NORTH PACA STREET. it RIGHT OFFICE BOY; state wages expected. Address 24. Sun office. it BOY, ABOUT 17 YEARS TO WORK IN LIQUOR STORE.
Apply at 302 HAN-OVER STREET. lt CYLIXDER FEEDER. WILLIAMS WIL-KIXS. it South Calvert street. It TTIRST-CLASS GROCERY" CLERK AND A MEAT-CUTTER.
1S3! UADfcA AJU it FRST-CLASS BLACKSMITH on heavy and lightCarriageWrk.AppIy aunohce. lt FRST-CLASS COAT MAKER: also 2 NORTHJJHARLES ST. It FOREMAN IN FACTORY FOR NEGLIGEE SHIRT DEPARTMENT; state experience, ago and salary expected. Address SlKJunjrtnce. C1ARDENER, unmarried, on small country place IT at Lake Roland.
Address 815. Sun otiice. DRUGGIST, Single Man, with 4 or 5 years' experience: large town; best reference; state full particulars. lttO, Sun ortice. lt BOLT HEADERS experienced on National and L.
O. and P. Machines. Apply at once to THE ALLISON MFG. Philadelphia.
Pa.ll-2c VOUSG, RELIABLE AND EXPERIBXCED JL MAN in Collection Office; state qualifications, ae, references, salary expected. t74. nn olttce. FFICE MAN AND CASHIER for Al Company; salary S1.2Q0 yearly; must furnish )00, which will be raid back weekly; permanent position WA NTEDDRUG CLERK. 050 NORTH 1 IUV HTRHiCT- It TANTED A iOP BOTTLER.
Apply to 430 It NORTH FRONT STKf.ai. taNTEI A CUTTER. K. KATZ SONa. 30! East Balumore Btreeu aii- TANTED BRASS BUFFER.
BUCKER. At i l. UT dlii Witnr itroof it IV ril-ljlTjlk, mr-K fcJ TANTEDiGAliMAKER: steady place. S. i llruunmnmir anH nrth 9VrTllIiL It "ATED-A FIRST-CLASS PLUMBER AT 1233 W.
BALTO. ST. T. P. H1BB1TS.
It "ANTED A COLORED BOY. twelve to fif-Tw vears. AddIt at 15 ST. PAUL ST. It Vi ANTED Stenographer and Typewriter; state salary expected.
Address te55. Sun office. WTANTED A first-class PLUMBER; one who understands Beer-Pump Work. Address A 247, Sun onice. all-3t TANTED A good ARRI AG ESMITH steady work.
i. L. RHE1N 323 Nori Calvert street. lt TANTED A Young Man accustomed to VISE AND LATKE WORK. Apply at 10l S.
CHARLES STREET. aU-2t TV ANTED Young Men, to WORK IN STRAW HAT FACTORY. S. LEVY SONS. Lombard and Paca streets.
It TVANTED A NIGHT CLERK IN HOTEL; 1 cnlT those with experionce need apply. Ad- dress 71 Sun otSee. "i1" TTANTED Youth, 16 rears, in GRAIN AND FEED OFFICE, make himself generally Lsa- fuL Address g)i. Sun oface. It WAITED PRESSMAN.
PRESS FEEDERS AND COMPOSITORS. Arrly at II. W. PEIRSON PRINTING COMPANY. 113 Cheap-side.
It TVANTED Young Man Assistant in Office of Large Manufacturing House; must be accurate at figures. Address, giving reference. 42, Sun office. TVANTED A MAN TO WORK IN THE TUR- KISU BATH. Apply at 407 WEST FAYETTE STREET.
One who has worked at the busi- ness preferred: U-2t XVANTED White Man. as PORTER in Whole- sale Grocery House; must understand the business thoroughly and give first-class references. Ad- dress 337Sun office. ML. TTAXTED YOUNG MAN, 18 or 19 years of age; one who is a good Accountant and can take Care of a Set of Books for a Factory state reierence and wages expected.
Address 23, Sun office. 1 TANTED An experienced ORDER CLERK for rirnnrr PftTMirtment: also experienced KUNDIJS WKAn iK tor uruer j.epiu-uiieiiu Applv to SUPERINTENDENT at Brager Eutaw and Saratoga streets. all-2t TVANTED A competent Man of neat appear-T ance.to TAKE CHARGE OF SODA WATER f'OUNTAIN: must be able to make all kinds of yrops. Applv to SUPERINTENDENT at Bra-ger's, Eutaw and Saratoga streets. all-2t SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
COLORED MAN desires Position as BELL BOY or any WORK. 214 JASPER STREET. It AN EXPERIENCED COACHMAN or Gard ener; reference. Address aun omce.n VOUNG MAX EXPERIENCED IN THE GRO-X CERY BUSINESS is open for Engagement as Entry Clerk in any kind erf office work; moderate salary: Al references. Address 744.
Sun ogice.lt AM I THE MAN YOU WANT A-U I THE MAN YOUWANTf Middle-aged Man. energetic, reliable, temperate, well educated, good Salesman, desires a POSITION; highest references from present employers. Address 243, Son office. alO-2t OOKKEEPER. Youth (19) wants Situation; industrious, obliging, reliable, quick and correct; good references.
Address 22o East Baltimore care of Strayer Business College, tf BY ACCOUNTANT AND BUSINESS MAN. middle aged, active, references present and former employers, WORK BY MAY city or else-where; moderate wages. Address 8 129. Sun office. EXPERIENCED YOUNG MAN desires Position as CLERK or CITY SALESMAN.
Address 34, Sun JJAHce al0-2t XTttRM MAKING CHANGES IN OFFICE MUST Jf DISPENSE WITH VALUABLE DOUBLE-ENTRY BOOKKEEPER and desire to secure him Position: Young Man. unmarried, competent and reliable. EMPLOYER 104, Sun office. TVANTED Position as SALESMAN OR SO- UCITOR: legitimate business spccialty pre- erred: salary or salary and commission; no trfflers. TTTANTED Salesman acquainted with Drug and General Trade, to MAKE A CHANGE: best of references; 13 years' experience through South and West far as St.
Louis. Address U75, Sua office. alO-3t "VOUNG MAN wishes Situation as ASSISTANT JL TO PATTERN CUTTER ON CUSTOM TAILOR WORK. Address lt5. Sun office.
alO-2t AGENTS WANTED. SPECIAL PLAN for 300 hustling Agents to handle White and Fancy Rubber Collars, Cufis, Neckties; patented and guaranteed goods: no better line to sell; few as good. M. M. MFG.
C0-. bpringneiq, aiaas. 4 GENTS wanted for Climax Washing and Laun-Xidry Tablets; does work one half time; the best for fine Linens; enough for month's wash for 10c. Write Connellsville Mfg. ConnelIville.Pa.28-lm AGENTS on salary or commission.
The greatest agents' seller ever producedj every user of pen and ink buys it on sight 230 to oOO per cent, profit one agent's sales amounted to $62) in six days; another 532 in two hours. MONROE MFG. 31, La Crosse, Wis. a6-lm WANTS. TTANTED-KNIFE-PLAITING MACHINE: 15 1 inches wide.
Address $2- Sun office. all-3t TANTED Second-Hand CASH REGISTER; eleven aeys. Auaress sua ionoiK, a. TANTED TO BUY HALF OR OUAR 7R iRTER LOT IN GREEN MOUNT CElItTbKi state price. Address A T1, aim onice.
TVANTED ELEVATOR, in good order for hoisting vehicles at Livery Stable. Address W. FITZSIMMONS, Postoffice Box No. 22. Newport News.
Va. all-3t TT'URNITURE, CARPETS, FEATHER BEDS, JL1 MAHOGANY, FENDERS, ANDIRONS, etc highest cash prices paid. M. TREUMAN or YoUNG AMERICA, TO 7 Pennsylvania ave.ml9-lm TVANTED OLD GOLD AND SILVER of every TT description for cash, also Diamonds, at JOS. M.
WALTER'S RELIABLE JEWELRY STORE, 323 N. Eutaw E. side, 4 doers south of Mulberry. TVANTED 1 OfFTONS OF25-LB. SECOND" HAND RAILS.
GREEN LEAF-JOHN 30N LUMBER 4QS East Falls a venue. ai0-3t TVTANTED Furniture of all kinds, new and seo ond hand. Carpets, Pianos, etc. also, stocks of Groceries, Dry Goods. Confectionery.
Tobacco and CigarsJOHJiCARROLL. SlttN.Calhoun stalO-lm TVANTED REMINGTON OR SMITH PRE-T MIER Typewriter, cheap for cash. STRAY-ER'8 BUSINESS COLLEGE, 225 E. Balto. st.
tf YVAJCTED An ICEBOX suitable for a Meat and Provision Store; state size and price. Address 3. Sun office. n9-3t TVANTED SECOND-HAND BOOKS, for which we will pay the highest cash prices. Apply at lOO EAST PLEASANT STREET.
a9-4t TVANTED FOR CASH STOCKS OF GRO-T CERIES. CIGARS AND TOBACCO, DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. STATIONERY AND CONFECTIONERY; ALSO. FURNITURE, CARPETS. ETC.
J. ANDERSON. 103G North Gilmor street. ni21-lm WANTED Furniture of aU kinds; new and sec-1 ond hand. Carpets, Pianos, etc.
also, stocks of flnutorioa 1 trv iiii :1 a I 'nnf ptinnerv TnKnrr-fi find Cigars. JOHN CARROLUSISN Calhoun st.a7-lm TVE WANT TO BUY FOR CASH OLD U. S. AND FOREIGN POSTAGE STAMP3, Envelopes, Revenues and Old Collections of Stamps. Chesapeake Stamp Co.
212 W. Saratoga st.m21-lin WANTED FURNITURE. Highest cash price yy paid for FURNITURE, PIAXOS, Carpets Bedding Bric-a-Brac, etc. Entire or portion of Households purchased. RELIABLE 12.
Sun office. WAXTED Furniture. Carpets, Households Old Mahogany, Audirons, Baby Carriages and Refrigerators. F'eather Beds. Ladies' and Gents' Cast- Ort Clothing.
I. M. Goldstein, 511 S. Fremont avp. WANTED.
Best pr.ces paid for Entire Housed holds. Furniture. Carriets. Pianos Old Ma hogany, Andirons, etc. Gents' Cast-Olf Clothing.
B. VOLOSHEN. Q5 Pennsylvania ave. mgT-lm TANTED FURNITURE of all kimU. new and second-hand; Carpets, Bedding, etc.
Liberal estimates niadt on enure or portion of Household Furniture. Address CASH 27. Sun office. ml7-lm HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR OLD FEATHER BEDS. G.
TOO East Lexington st. a-3t I GUARANTEE TO GIVE THE HIGHE3T CASH PRICE FOR FURNITURE. ETC. TRY ALL OTHERS AND THEN WRITE ME. ALPHA 77.
Sun office. a2-lta IF YOU WANT THE HIGHEST PRICES FOR YOUR FURNITURE, CARPETS, ANTIQUES. PIANOS, FEATHER BEDS. ADDRESS CONFIDENTIAL Q43, SUN OFFlCfE. m27-lm tfQ N.
EUTAW ST. GOLD AND SILVER of UUu every description bonsht for cash. B. I). NUITZ.
Jeweler. 03 N. Eutaw above Frank lin st. Diamonds and Antiaue Silver wanted. a2-lm BOARDING, EAST READ STREET ROOMS: Table BOARD; also, one small Room communicating all-2t 11 WEST MULBERRY between Charles and Cathedral.
Front ROOMS, with Board. 13 W. MULBERRY ST. The Monroe Very sintuie nwimc aiiuomgie nooms, with Board. 19 WEST FRANKLIN ROOMS; TABLE BOARD.
106 Dc WEST SARATOGA. Near Hotel RennertT THE JEFFERSON, Good Accommodations for thosa Desiring Pemiunent pr Transient Board. 212 VEST MONUMENT" STREET PLEAS-ANT ROOM, with Board. tf Ofk) LAURENS between Eutaw Place and JJJ Linden ti Itrichr wmnA-tfnrr KlIltM- jgrivatef antily references. al(3t 308 CARFT-Nimlv furnished ROOM, with BOARD; reasonable.
a9-4t 1 flflft McCCLLOH DOUBLE IUUO ROOMS, with Board. Table Board.a5-6t n9 McCULLOH second-story Front and other Rooms: Table Hoard 64 1 Ql MARTIAXD AVENUE. ROOMS, with Boarders.aU-w.th.s3t 9f CALVEI.T;sd.rtorTFroot.fllit. JJKJJ class BiBird and conveniences. all-3t 91 AlqtVFAtXST, Desirable ROOMS first- tui claw Table al9-4t 4.ni MARYLAND houv; sec-T01.
ond-rtory front RX)MS and other Rooms, ftANfT3 LcJAD; ATE. Desirable BOOMS. mm am jcxrate tamily. al-t I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DEBTS CONTRACTED FOR OR BY MY WIFE, MRS. MAGGIE LOWRY.
as she left my bed and board. A3. K. LOWRY, lOOtt Riverside avenue. ltp YOUNG GENTLEMAN (stranger) desires the acquaintance of Young Lady or Widow; ob-ject, matrimony.
Address 986. Sun office. 9-Stp ATTENTION PAPER HANGING DONE CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE; all we ask is an opportunity to prove this statement by airing you an estimate. METTEE 128 North Eutaw street. A SET OF LINEN SUP COVERS COST BUT A TRIFLE AND WILL KEEP YOUR PARLOR SUIT LOOKING FRESH AND BRIGHT.
For quickest work and lowest prices call or send postal to SUCCESS FURNITURE 233 North Howard street, near Saratoga. J. XI. BEAN in charge. VERONICA, California's Natural Medicinal Spring Water for Stomach, Liver and Kidney Troubles.
See testimonials. Sold by all Druggists. A. L. 8HUTT, General Agent, lit North Eutaw street.
a2-lmp OUR SELECTIONS OF STYLES FOR SPRING ARE ALL IN AND WE HAVE THEM DISPLAYED AND READY FOR BUSINESS. WE CAN SHOW AS COMPLETE A LINE AT POPULAR PRICES AS WILL BE FOUND IN THE CITY. OUR SPECIAL SUIT TO ORDER AT 813.00 IS THE BEST FOR THE PRICE. B. WEYFORTH SONS.
TAILORS. 217 AND gift NORTH PACA STREET CI RAY HAIR RESTORED to its natural color in a month by Ranft's Hair Renewer or money refunded. 50c. a bottle. For sale at 71 7 W.
Balto. SPRING CHEVIOTS OR THIBETS, Black or Rlue. Sinsle or Double Breasted. Coat or Vest, ftdl Suits alike or with Striped Trousers, to order. $12.50.
N. C. GANSTER SON. 208 N. uay M.
ELSASSER'S, Creators of Styles, 223 North Charles invite attention to their incomparable display of Hats, Toques and Bonnets for spring and summer wear, all presenting that exclusive r'chic" effect for which the Elsasser Hat is famed Mourning Hats, Toques, Bonnets a specialty. 850 PRICES A WORTH FOR SI A WEEK; 25 iORTH FOR ROC A WEElv. OUR ALWAYS ONE-THIRD LESS THAN ELSEWHERE. Specials 24-Piece Solid-Oak Suit, Iron Beds. $2.50: Parlor Suits.
S19.50; Matting. 12Vic. BaKv Carnages, Go-Carls, Refrigerators. Buffets, Wardrobes, Couches, Ice-Chests. Dining Chairs, Extension Tables, Hall Racks, Bargains in Linoleums and Oilcloths.
Store open nights. JULIUS HINES SON, 401 403 OS 7-407 N. Gay st. cor. Exeter st.
a3-imP 1 fiCi PER TON FOR LARGEST SIZE NO. Ilia NITT COAT. Hard No. 1. i.23 Sunbury No.
2... o.n .75 Sunbury No. 3.... $6.00 .90 cd. Sawed Pine Wood.i2.50 .75 cd.
Split Pine Wood. WOH WOOD AND COAL Hard No. 2.:.. Hard No. 3 Hard No.
THE McCCL Park avenue and Fayette street. Telephone No. 1347. VIA nn "THE CHEAPEST FUEL ON tJDtfc.UU EARTH" is a Ton of E. S.
BRADY BEST SMALL NUT COAL for 84.O0,0j a half-cord of YELLOW PINE WOOD, sawed and delivered, for 82.50; sawed and split, S3.00. Telephone No. 22a. Md. Telephone 212L 0O S.
Caroline st. Branch Office and Yard, Patterson ave. and Monroe St. Maryland TeL 40. LOST AND FOUND.
LOST FOX TERRIER; one black eye. Reward if returned to 1208 DIVISION ST. It LOST A small ROUND BREASTPIN set with small Pearls. Reward at 8 W. Madison st.
It OST Saturday, on Lexington or Eutaw Garnet Rosary. Reward 2458 Druid Hill av.l LOST Lady's SILVER WATCH, valued aa keepsake. Return to 2002 DRUID HILL AVE-NUE. Reward. lt OST Between Maryland Institute and Posnef's, U.
of Md. DESIGN FOR BOOK COVER. Please return to MARYLAND INSTITUTE. lt I OST Last Saturday, on South Calvert street, an INSURANCE COLLECTION BOOK. Return to 820 AISQU1TH STREET and receive Reward.l "a OST On Monday morning, while passing throi'gh JLi a crowded aisle in the store, a GOLD LOCKET, engraved on one side and on the other side "18191899, I.
B. H. two Pictures inside. Reward if returned to HOCHSCHILD, KOHN Howard and Lexington sts. It LOST Tuesday afternoon, between 4.30 and 5 o'clock, on ML Royal between Lanvale st.
and Park entrance or immediately within entrance, Ladv's small GOLD WATCH AND LOCKET; initials on Watch, C. Suitable reward offered if returned to 127 W. LANVALE ST. It LOST Afternoon April 8, Silver Link Chased Bracelet. Reward 15O7W.Lanvalst10-2 LOST Small MINIATURE PIN, with Dull Gold Setting.
Finder will be rewarded at 1512 PARK AVENUE. IOST-From Sharp's Island, a HOUSE CANOE. seventeen and a half feet long; red bottom. If found notify M. R.
CREIGHTON, Fairbank Post-office. Man-land. all)-2t TOST Sundav. a LEATHER HOLDER, con-J taining Stylographic Pen and Physician's Clinical Thermometer, in Silver Case. Reward if returned to 21 W.
MT. ROYAL AVE. OST Saturday evening, between 8 and 9 o'clock, on North avenue between Guilford avenue and Greenmount avenue, FOUR KEYS ON STEEL CHAIN. Suitable reward if left at 1317 NORTH CHARLES STREET. SUITABLE REWARD will be given for the return of a pair of FIELD GLASSES to J.
HILTZ, 3Clay street, left in smoking car of Phila-delDhia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad due at Union Station 6.55 P. M. April 9. So7 REWARD. LOST Apple-Shaped Pearl 3J Scarfpin, with two Leaves set with Diamonds.
H. MATTHEWS, 5 N. Eutaw st. all-2t REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. SALE NO.
505 CATHEDRAL STREET, 1 corner Hamilton; a well lorated and very desirable Dwelling; in fee; lot 90x22. For price and further particulars address MEREDITH JANVIER. Attorney at Law, 301 Herald JJuilding. T70R SALE No. Ill EAST "LAFAYETTE JJ near St.
Paul parlor, dining room and kitchen first floor: in perfect order; cemented cellar; glass vestibule doors; tiled vestibule; in perfect order; a gem of a home; price ground rent $30. Terms to suit. Keys at No. 115. PIERRE C.
DUG AN NEPHEW, 'Phone 762. 16 East Lexington street. FOR SALE 2208 BARCLAY STREET, three-atorv BRICK DWELLING S. E. cor.
Calhoun and Gold three-story BRICK STORE AND DWELLINGS 715, 717 and 719 Gold street, two-story BRICK DWELLINGS; cheap for cash or on easy terms. Apply between 1 and 3 P. or Telephone 2283-2. JOHN G. SCHWIND, mh33tf Room 302Fidelity Building.
OHTsALE IN FEE A BARGAIN THE LARGE AND CONVENIENT THREE-STORY DWELLING 12U4 MADISON AVENUE; IN GOOD REPAIR; with all modern improvements; lot 23.6x135; ONE! OF THE BEST LOCATIONS IX THE CITY FOR A PHYSICIAN; will readily rent for $750 per annum. Apply from 8 to 9 A. 2 to 3 P. M. al0-6t J70R SALE 1 TO CLOSE AN ESTATE, ALUABLE FEE-SIMPLE BUILDING LOTS: -Lot 209 feet west side of Calhoun st.
by 100 feet south side of Franklin to a 10-foot alley. Lot 112 feet south side of Franklin st. by 110 feet east side of Strieker st. Lot 32 feet north side of Mulberry 80 feet east of Strieker by 60 feet. JOliN GLENN CO.
2 St. Paul st. FOR SALE 8 IS NORTH PATTERSON PARK AVENUE; only one left out of 10 beautiful homes; marble base, cemented terrace, plate-glass storm and vestibule doors, Sheppard furnace and ranges, sanitary plumbing, tiled vestibule, china closet, finest papering; rear alley 13 feet wide, including a 3-foot sidewalk; ground rent $2.75 per foot. Apply on premises. al0-6t FOR- BALE The CORNER STORE-FRONT HOUSE N.
E. corner Madison and Madeira sts A very desirable Store and Dwelling House, in a fine growing neighborhood to open a Grocery, Meat Market or some other retail business; House well built; seven rooms; cemented cellars, furnace, ranges, sanitary closets; ground rent $2.75 per foot; width of House 15 feet 6 inches. Apply on premises or to al0-6t 804 N. PATTERSON PARK AVE. OR SALE To close an estate mose two nanasome tour- in rear of each.
Property In excellent condition. Apply to JOHN GLENN COMPANY, 12 St. Paul street. FOR SALE Stores on Howard st. Stores on Lexington St.
Stores op. Charles st. Country Seats and Farms. Dwellings in all sections. Vacant Ground and Ground Rents.
Money Loaned on Mortgage. Ground Rents Bought. SAMUEL BEALMEAR, m26-lm Room 3U3, Fidelity Building. TOU SALE TWO-STORY HOUSES ON LU-IJ ZERNE STREET, between Faiimount ave. Favette st.
These Houses have the latest improvements, such as Vaipbe, with beveled mirror in doors; a model Bathroom, with porcelain tub, closet and washstand. The Kitchen has a porcelain sink, with tiled back. The decoration, furnace and range are up to date. The cellar is cemented and contains a two-part wash tray; has sewer drainage. EDW.
J. GALLAGHER. Builder. m22-lm EE-SIMPLE PROPERTY FOR SALE 2003 McCuiloh. 1222 Duid Hill 810 N.
Carey, 732 and 802 W. North 106 Courtland, 704 W. Favette. 11C6 Penna: ave. no reasonable offer refused.
CHARLES MORTON. 20 St. PauL Telephone 1129. mhl7-lm BARGAIN A group of small HOUSES, with annual rent of and exiienses $416 will be sold in lots of two or four at from $120 to $150 each house. Address 858, office of The Sun.
9-3t BEAUTIFUL HOMES AT BARGAIN PRICES. Twenty-second street, near Greenmount ave. Open daily for personal Juspection. Cheaper to buy than rent. Little cash required if you purchase now.
PHILIP H. H0FFMA444JKquitableBuilding. "171 L. PAINTER, Att'y at Law, 301 St. Paul st.T Jit will sell for clients several Irredeemable Ground KentsT also, desirable modern 8-room Cottages: western fee simple; easy terms, taplj GOOD-SIZE 3-STORY BRICK DWELLING AND STABLE, 18.5 ft; front, 150 ft.
deep, now used as a well-establiShed Boarding House; 16 boarders; furnished or unfurnished. 1048 W. FAYETTE ST. No reasonable offer refused. UST COMPLETED Best-located and.
most com-plete 3-story HOUSES in the city, St. Paul near Lanvale, in fee or ground rent; steam heat; open daily. HAMPSON. 2Q7 St. Paul st.
a3-lm LOOK AT 1806 N. FULTON AVE. beauts ful modern 2-story Corner Dwelling, 15x96 feet; everything up to date. A. VV XSZilbCll, 21U bust Lexington street.
a9-tni2 "VORTHEASTERN SECTION. For Bale, $350, or ii rent, $10, six-room DWELLING; bath; hot and cold water; also central FACTORY SITE for sale. Apply to LEWIS KALL1NG, southwest corner South and German streets. "Yecialbaroains. A LOT, 60x200 feet.
In fee, in center of city; light on three sides; a splendid site for Warehouse or Manufacturing purposes; terms easy. ALSO, One of the handsomest CORNER RESIDENCES in the city; fashionable neighborhood; in fee or subject to a ground rent; terms easy. 1 WILLIAM B. WOOD, a5-6t 213 St. Paul street.
lO BE SOLD AT A BIG SACRIFICE. NEW CORNER BTUKfi fKUfliBlI, 451 Twenty-second street, corner York road. XL Villi UC UUl 111 CUmMCLB UtUCI. PHILIP II. HOFFMAN.
al0-5t 444 Equitable Building. TTACANT AXD IMPROVED PROPERTY, on Lexington, High and Low streets, in fee simple; will be sold to make an attractive investment. MOORE WALTON. 224 St. Paul at.
mh22-lm WHY'NOT BUY A LOVELY HOME? Possessing combined advantages of city and coun try. It caii be had on Auchentoroly Terrace, facing Druid Hill Park, opposite the Palm House; only 18 mhiiilM' rfrto frnnri I itv 14.11- four full Hall; four full three-story. Fine Stone-Front HOUSES ire offered for sale in this charming neighborhood Salesmen always on premises. at moderate price. 2 E.
Lexington t. J. MORRIS OREM BRO 1 MODERN TWO-STORY HOUSES, on wide Kf street low expenses all occupied by prompt tenants; A No. 1 investment. 40.
Sun office. 21 EAST CHASE STREET; very reasonable. Apply at 814 ST. PAUL ST.m30-f.m.wl4t 1 fl9fi i- CARROLLTON only $3567X906 lJiJ McCuUoh only $f00; easy terms. a9-3t 1 1 fil BOLTON, near-noffman Xlvl stories: heated by furnace: cabinet mantels, porcelain bath tub; in fee or with ground rent; small cash payment easy terms: open daily.
a2-lm S950 NEW THREE-STORY CORNER' HOUSE. No. 1924 Mooher at hrirr mnA atone: bay window. Sea GAULT, East Lexinc ton street. 1" story DWELLIMJS, isos.
ii ana iuo uarey st. opposite Franklin Square, 26 feet inches front Stockton allev. with a Brick Stable ANTED For six months, small COTTAGE ta Koiana 1'aiK, near fucesviue or Walbrook; lowest price. 339, Sun offices It state HEBREW YOUNG COUPLE WANTS YOUNG COUPLE TO JOIN IN RENTING COT-TAGE IN SUBURBS. 951, Sim office.
It LAKE STATION, N. C. R. RENT Desirable modem DWELLING, in excellent condition, with grounds; overlooking Lake Rolaud; all conveniences open for inspection. C.
B. BLICK, Bank of Baltimore Building. all-6t FOR RENT Furnished Cottages, Roland Park, Pikesville, Catonsville. D. B.
MARSHALL, 16 East Lexington street. all-3t I TOR RENT 8-room COTTAGE, ta Dixon Park, Mount Washington; all modern conveniences. JOHN GEBHART, Camden Station. all-3t BEAT. ESTATE COUNTRY.
COUNTRY STORE; nice home; great bargain. CLARK SON, Lexington and Calvert. all-It TfTiURNISHED HOUSE AT MT. WASHINGTON JL' FOR AlONXxllS AT conveniences. TELFAIR S25 PER MONTH: all W.
MARRIOTT, 2 East lexington sireer. all-it ACRES 'WEST VIRGINIA COAL LAND, on B. and O. Address COAL, Sun Bureau, Washington, D. C.
all-3t Fi RENT-COUNTRY HOME: eood 8-room House, with 10 acres of Land and Outbuildinzs: convenient to railroad, church and school. Address ii aun omce. au-t FOR SALE TO-ACRE FARM on Eastern Avenue road, near Bengies, runs back to Frog Morter creek; good fishing shore; beautiful site for a Clubhouse; 7-room Dwelling on the property. LEVIN F. MORRiS, all-3t 244 E.
Lexington st FOR RENT At Rocky Ridge, on W. M. R. R-. 54 -miles from Baltimore, a beautiful COUNTRY RESIDENCE, with modern improvements, stir-rounded by lawu and shade trees: fine fruit; plenty of ice; express trains daily.
ROBERT BIGGS, 213 St. Paul street. all-6t OR SALE Fine FARM, 390 acres, fronting over a mile on reaericK pine; 1214 miles trom city Hall. PIERRE C. DUGAN Bt INEl'HEW, 1 East Lexington street.
a5-6t FOR RENT At Blue Ridge Summit. W. M. K. a FURNISHED COTTAGE; shade; artesian well; two bathrooms.
Address MRS. WILLIAM A. COLLINS. Hagerstown, Md. a5-13t TTIOR RENT Two FURNISHED COTTAGES; I Monterey- finest site; between hotels: truit: pure water; bath; postoffice and livery convenient; station.Blue Ridge.
1117 BOLTON 24 P.M. FOR RENT Lai ge number of most desirable COUNTRY PLACES; furnished and unfurnished, from $250 to also, many Places for sale. Send or call for list. TELFAIR W. MAR-RIOTT 2 East Lexington street.
mhlt-lm TTIOR SALE Valuable LOT OF LAND, contain-J? ing nine (9) acres and twenty (20) perches, about mile from Sherwood Station. N. C. R. and adjoining Elingham Park, to close an estate.
Apply to HARRISON RIDER, Agent for the heirs, Towson, Md. a2-lni FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Very beautiful COTTAGE, 10 rooms and bathj plenty of fruit; 1 acres; fine Stable and Carnage House; gas and water in Cottage one minute from steam railroad; 6-cent car fare. H. E. COOK ml5-lm 7Q1 Swan street.
FOR SALE A BARGAIN 130 ACRES GOOD FARMING LAND, improved by STONE DWELLING HOUSE, containing 16 rooms; two TENANT HOUSES and fair Outbuildings; situated in the Eighth distriot of Baltimore county; 214 miles from Cockeysville postoibce. Western Run assessed for will be sold for $3,500 cash. Apply to C. C. SHRIVER.
Cor. Lexington and Calvert sts. 4, VONDALE FOR RENT OR LEASE-Wharf, J. Club House and Tenant House: Pavilion, Bowling Alley, Eating Sheds, all complete. C.
E. MATT 18 East Fayette street- ATTRACTIVE HOME in Shenandoah Valley, 110 Acres; fine Water, Orchard, some Timber, comfortable Dwelling and Barn, Live Stock, Furniture and Farming Implements; all complete, $4,000. Mc-ILHANY HILLEARY, Staunton, Va. a9-6t AND L. R.
R. IS BEING STANDARD-JO. GAUGED Secure one of the many attractive FARMS and COUNTRY SEATS we have for sale in that section. Moore Walton. 224 St.
Paul st. COUNTRY PLACE FOR RENT. For fine -Country Place, including Furnished, Roomy House, ample Stabling, Flower, Fruit and Vegetable Gardens, in fine situation, with ample water and filled Icehouse, apply lo JOHN GLENN COMPANY. 12 St. Paul street ml3-lm fflOQ HHBCVS NEAPXY 3 ACRES ON PARK HEIGHTS easy terms.
122, Sun office. a 10-4 4 1AABCYS 3 ACRES. HOUSE. STA- HVtvUvy BLE; near cars; easy terms. al0-4t Sim oflice.
SEASIDE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE A fine, new CORNER RESIDENCE, with all conveniences; about 50 yardj from depot, 1 square from the ocean: 15 large rooms; price one-third cash: at Rehoboth. Address P. O. BOX 34, Rehoboth, or TRUST BANK, Lewes, DeL HALLS FOB BENT.
GRAND ARMY HALL, 414 and 416 E. BALTO. west of Gay, ith' Stage, Scenery, Curtains and Decorations FOR ENTERTAINMENTS, DANCES, ETC. Open Dates for LODGE ROOMS on Second Floor. Apply on the premises.
GROUND BENTS, MORTGAGES. GiROL'SD RENT FOR SALE; sixty dollars per annum. Address lOG, Sun oflice. ITKR SALE A very desirable GROTND RENT OF $130 at Walbrook, price 6 per cent. Walbrook avenue, near Twelfth street.
JAMES E. TIPPETT, Owner, all-3t Law Building. A PRINCIPAL (no broker) WISHES TO BUY SOME IRREDEEMABLE GROUND RENTS; will pay cash at once if satisfactory. Address INVESTOR 682, Sun office m24-lm Fe TOR SALE $1S AND SS30 GROUND RENTS, OR SALE Large number of IRREDEEM ABLE AND lO-l EAR RENTS: promDt ex amination of title. TITLE GUARANTEE AND TRUST a7-lni Equitable Building.
WISH TO INVEST $1GToOO IN GOOD MORTGAGES AT 5 PER c.NT-.or GROUND RENTS; give particulars. Address 46, Sun office. a7-6t I OWN lO IRREDEEMABLE GROUND RENTS, $120. $75, $75, $100, $90, $9a, $42.29, $60. $60: will sell at market price; also, 3 10-YEAR RENTS, on prominent street, $120, $120 and $60.
Apply to owner, F. WM. BOLGIANO, 416 Equitable Building. a9-6t ONEY 4, 4U. 4.
5 PER CENT. TO 75.000 to invest in GROUND RENTS LOAN. AND MORTGAGES. FINK 435 Equitable Building. ZJMALL WELL-SECURED IRREDEEMABLE RENTS at 8 per ct.
Bennett, 264 Courtland st. yifJTlfl TO I2.000 TO LOAN ON REAL ES-4? yJyJ TATE at 6 per cent. The Security Perp. Bldg. and Loan Ass'n, FIELDER M.
HOWELL. Sec'y. Hilten Station, Hillen and Exeter sts. QA AHfi INVEST in well-secured ijpoU.UUU Ground Rents. 327.Sun office.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYEBS. XTOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. TAX DEPARTMENT. CITY HALL, BALTIMORE. April 10, 1900.
THE BOOKS OF THIS DEPARTMENT WILL BE OPENED ON WEDNESDAY. APRIL 11. FOR THE COLLECTION OF STATE AND CITY TAXES FOR THE YEAR 194)0. One and one-half (1J4) per cent, discount will be allowed on all City Real Estate Bills, also City Personal Bills, including Stocks, Bonds and Securities, if paid on or before APRIL 30- One-half (M.) per cent, discount will be allowed on City Real Estate Bills paid on or before MAY 31. No discount will be allowed on City Personal Bills after April 30.
Five (5) per cent, discount will be allowed on State Bills. Under the new City Charter taxes will be in arrears on Personal Property May 1 and on Real Estate July 1 of the current year, and bills will bear interest from those dates. Taxpayers can obtain their bills by mail by sending- a request without delay, designating property and accompanied by a stamped envelope bearing their address. JAMES P. GORTER.
al0-7t Collector. STATE LICENSE NOTICE. "TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all Persons JA and Bodies, Cotporate or Politic, doing business in-the City of Baltimore and requiring a State License, to obtain a License or renew the same on or before the FIRST DAY OF MAY NEXT. A failure on the part of persons now engaged in business to renew their by the FIRST DAY OF MAY NEXT will subject them to a line. In compliance with Article 56.
Sections 37 and 59, Cede of Public General Laws. Applicants for Traders' License are Tequired to apply in person and make oath as to the amount of stock carried by said applicant. License to be issued accordingly. JAMES H. LIVINGSTON, Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, will be ready to issue Licenses on and after MONDAY, the 9th day of April.
between the hours of 8 o'clock A. M. aud 4 o'clock P. at his Office in the BASEMENT OF THE COURT-HOUSE. Fayette Street Entrance.
F. ALBERT KURTZ, State Insurance Commissioner, will be ready to issue "INSURANCE BROKERS' LICENSES" on and after MONDAY, the 16th day of April. 1900, between the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P.
at the Office of the State Insurance Department of Maryland. In the MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK, Cor. South and Water streets. JOHN B. SCHWATKA.
Sheriff of Baltimore City. ap184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.39 INSURANCE. I FIDELITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 4 SOUTH STREET 4. CAPITAL. 9500.000.00 WM.
MIDDENDORF, President. SEYMOUR MANDELBAUM, Vice-President, JAMES H. STONE, Secretary-Treasurer. 1 T7-- Tjurfcvsj'v J. W.
MIDDENDORF, GEO. R. WEBB, CHAS. E. RIEMAN, JOHN T.
STONE, SEYMOUR MANDELr 1IAIM. DAVID AMBACH. CHAS.E. ANDERSON, HENRY A. PARR.
BASIL B. GORDON. B. LANCASTER WIL IAMS. Richmond, Va.
T. H. GIVEN, Pittsburg, Pa. HARRY T. POOR, Manager City Department JOHN C.
BOYD, Asst. Mgr. City Department. PEABODY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Office, 415 Water st, (Second adjoining Customhouse on the west.
Short insurance for a day Or longer period. RICHARD B. POST, Pres. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: FERD. C.
LATROBE. FRANCIS WHfTE, RICH'D CROMWELL, A. J. ULMAN. I WILLIAM HARVEY.
JAMES W. BATES. ANDREW D. JONES. N.
W. JOSHUA G. HARVEY. GRIFFITH FEELEMYER. secretary.
BALTIMORE FIRK IN8CRANCE COM PAN S. W. Comer of South and Water streets. INCORPORATED 1807-WM. C.
PENNINGTON, President BOARD OF LHRKCTORS C. Morton Stewart, Samuel 11. Lyon. Wm. C.
Pennington, James G. Wilson, Stewart Brown, Isaac F. Nicholson. E. Austin Jenkins George H.
8argeant Josias Pennington, Charles F. Taylor, George R. Heffner, Lawrason Riggs, Charles K. Harrison. Wn Pnkn Whvtjt.
Charles F. stayer. MARION K. BURCH. Seo'y.
IREMEN'8 INSURANCE COMPANY BAiyriMORJir-KsUblUhed la Offlca an the N. EL Cor. of South and Second aba. F. E.
B. WOLFE, President. BOARD OF-DIRECTORS: George A. Blake, O. A.
Kirkland, W. J. Donnelly, Wm. Renshaw, Edw. Stabler.
G. A. 8chlns Thornton Rollins, Herman 8. Piatt. A ndrewj.
Cordon, John MLittig. Q.F.H. Warner, Geo. Blakistone. J.
Olney 1 Norris, F. E. b. Wo lie, uoo. Wniteiock.
iiakii it. iualu oecreiary. FOB HEBE. BALTIMORE TRANSFER COMPANT. Ill EASTBALTIMORE STREET.
COACHES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. TALLYHOS, BAND WAGONS. BUSES AND PARK PHAETONS. Special attention to tke awremsit of 1 isssimii and baggage and freights of all ods. tiaatas made for banting, bowing and shaping bales sod bsavy Machinery.
IOR SALE OR RENT West Baltimore between Payson and Pulaski; BARGAINS; NEW HOUSES: splendid location; price, rent, open daily. Apply to W. T. PHILLIPPS, or D. M.
NEWBOLD, 116 Hanover st. TTIOR SALE OR RENT EAST BALTIMORE OPPOSITE PATTERSON PARK. NEW HOUSES, all conveniences; splendid location BARGAINS. 2900. 2914.
2916, 2918, 81,000 to rent, S15.00. 7, 13 Patuxent price, $500; rent, $10.00. 2, 4, 6, 8. 10 Curley price, $350; rent, $8.00. Take Fainnount avenue cars.
Open daily. WM. HERZOG, 20O4, or D. M. NEWBOLD, 116 Hanover st.
FOB SALE OR EXCHANGE. -CVR SALE OR EXCHANGE 3-story BRICK; Xs all modern conveniences; in first-class condition; will exchange tor larger House. Apply on Premises. 1326 DRUID HILL AVENUE. COOD CITY PROPERTY Will Exchange ior small SUBURBAN PLACE.
CENTRALREAL ESTATE 426 W. Franklin St. REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN. FOR RENT Modern 11-rooni DWELLING on Kate abundant shade and convenient to cars. Apply to GEORGE N.
NUMSEN. all-3t TX)R RENT FURNISHED "ALTO," vicinity X- EUicott City; 13 rooms: conveniences; large lawn. HAMMOND BAlLLIERE, 202 Herald Building. TJOR RENT 12-room HOUSE, with 12 acres ot LAND; plenty of shade; convenient to EUicott City cars; $25 per month. J.
J. SWEENEY. 1044 South Charles street FOR SALE A NEW HOUSE, 218 OLD FREDERICK ROAD. Near churches, schools and cars; has 7 large rooms and garret; plenty of shade and fruit; good stable and large yard, and good water. Apply on the Premises.
all-3t FOR SALE OR RENT (near Mount Washington) Two 7-Room and one 9-Room COTTAGES: large porches and lawns, with Stable; high and healthy; artesian (hot and cold) water; also bath; modern conveniences; 5 minutes to Electric Cars or N. C. R. R. C.
Lurssen Son, 414 Conway st. FOR SALE Beautiful little COUNTRY HOME at Irvington; all city conveniences. SAMUEL BEALMEAR, Room 3Q3, Fidelity Building.al0-3t FOR SALE OR RENT New Cottage, Taradise Catonsville; nice shade; all modern improvements. H.Clay Suter, Union Stockyards. a5-12t FOR RENT FURNISHED Desirable COUNTRY PLACE.
Apply at 330 NORTH CHARLES STREET between the hours of 1 and. 3. IOR RENT Two handsome double COTTAGES, 7 Charles Street avenue, near city; vegetables, milk and ice furnished. Apply at 108 HANOVER STREET. ml2-lm ITIOR SALE Attractive BALTIMORE COUNTY RESIDENCE: Stable and all modern improvements: 5-cent car fare.
Apply to JOHN GLENN 12 St. Paul street a7-lm OR RENT Handsome 10-room COTTAGE No. 126 Windermere avenue large lot full plumbing rent $25 per month. A. CRAWFORD SMITH, 9 Daily Record Euilding.
a6-8t ITIOR RENT Nineroom HOUSE for Summer, furnished or unfurnished; bath room; near Pikesville; convenient to electric cars. Apply to J. F. DIXON. a9-3t FOR RENT At Roland Park, Furnished COTTAGE, new; 12 rooms; every convenience, including telephone; three months or four months.
AddressJBJ2 1, Sun office. 'OR SALE Modern HOUSE, with 30 acres, on Baltimore and Lehigh road very desirable Country Home. Address 020, Sun office. ml6-lm TTIOR SALE Directly on Ellicott City electric JO car line, fare 10 cents, handsome 14-room HOUSE, BARN, magnificent view; two or more acre3. 539, Sun omce.
a5-lm FOR SALE FOUR ACRES OR MORE, Catonb-ville: 12-room House; bath, closet, large porches; magnificent shade; fruit stables near electric cars. WM. G. SPEED, 2Q3 Law Building. a5-lm FOR SALE OR RENT COUNTRY PLACE at Paradise, Catonsville; House contains 9 rooms and bath, with modern conveniences, Stable, etc 2 acres of ground.
Hearn, Room 25, 3 E. Lexington st. FOR SALE OR RENT 9-room HOUSE, with 2 Acres, near Six-Mile Stone, Falls road; 7 minutes' walk from Hollins Station, N. C. R.
R. Pierre C. Dugau Nephew, 16 Lexington st. m28-lm FOR RENT Several desirable COTTAGES AND COUNTRY PLACES, furnished and unfurnished. Write or call between 9 and 10.30 A.
GEO. F. LITTLEJOHX, 811 Fidelity Building. mh28-ta22 OR RENT To private family, a first-class Lit Umax. hULSi.
nail nour irom city; wood, vegetables, ice and milk, spring water, porch-es, shade, fine view. 3S)5, Sun office. mh29-lm FOR SALE Attractive modern' Residence; easy terms: 16 rooms; 13 acres; abundant shade; high, healthy purest water near station 12 miles from city limits W. M. R.
R. Owner 445, Sun office. Fi RENT Furnished or unfurnished COT TAGES, bath, with Meals at Hotel, or for housekeeping, $225 to $700; Chattolanee, Green Spring Valley. STORK. 1 W.
Mulberry jta8-St FOR SALE BARGAIN Owner leaving city tine COTTAGE, lot 100x125 5 cent fare; premises. THIRD HOUSE OX COLORADO AVENUE, east cf JEtoland I70R RENT FOR THE SEASON OVERLEA, Furnished; garden, stock and fruit: at Lake Station, N. R. and near Charles Street ave. nue.
J. C. CARPENTER. a6-lm Lake Roland. "ITIOR RENT FURNISHED For the season or JP by the year, handsome COUNTRY SEAT, known as "Avon," on Tinges lane, Waverly; three squares to cars.
A. CRAWFORD SMITH, a6-8t 9Daily Record Building. ITIOR RENT-NEW MODERN COTTAGE FuT nished or unfurnished, 12 rooms, 2 bathrooms; Chattolanee spring water House; 2 big porches; one minute from Chattolanee Station, Green Spring Valley.W. L. STORK, 1W.
Mulberry st. a6-6t TTOR SALE Handsome RESIDENCE at Wal-I? brook; south side North between Tenth and Eleventh 11 rooms, bath, gas, etc. very attractive. ALEX. YEARLEY SON, a5-10t N.
E. Cor. Charles and Lexington sts. FOR RENT months. COUNTRY PLACE, 2Ms miles from Catonsville, 1M, miles from Relay Station, B.
and O. R. R. milk, butter and vegetables. Address 8 542, Sun office.
OR SALE OR RENT CATONSVILLE Ten- attractive place; in fine condition; near cars; will sell cheap, on easy terms. Apply at 148 EQUITABLE BUILDING, Baltimore, Md. OR RENT FOR THE SUMMER One of Fne handsomest COUNTRY PLACES in Baltimore county; 10 bedrooms 4 bathrooms; good garden; Milk, Stabling for 5 horses; steam and electric roads. Address COUNTRY 802, office of The Sun! a9-6t FOR SALE OR RENT FURNISHED "WALNUT HILL," near Arlington, on W. M.
R. R. two Dwellings, Stabling, etc. 13 Acres of Land Icehouse, filled. House open for inspection; low price; easy terms.
S. E. HILL, 20O Equitable Btiilding. 'Phone 1951-2. a9-3t IriOR RENT 1 A seven-room COTTAGE, beautifully situated grove, with plenty of shade and pure water; abeut 10 minutes' walk from Gwvnn Oak terminus.
Apply at 1311 MARYLAND or T. MARRIOTT, Builders' Exchange Building. al0-3t Fc SALE Handsome COUNTRY PLACE in fireen Xiirin VUv near Chattolne TTntpl also an eleaaut COUNTRY PLACE near Lake ave nue and convenient to Kennels; both are beautifully watered, with magnificent views: plenty of shade. PIEItRE C. DUGAN NEPHEW, 16 East Lexington street.
a9-6t TJ50R SALE. A BARGAIN MODERN SUBUR-J? BAN COTTAGE; 11 Rooms, Bath and Conservatory; shaded by stately forest oaks; lot 152 by 200 feet: Old York road near Wyanoke avenue; 20 minutes ride from City Hall; squnre of cars. H. W. FOX.
a9-6t 21Q E. Lexington st. FOR SALF At Paraaise, Altamont and Paradise avenues, 3 ACRES, improved by 13-room Dwelling; large stable, chicken house, tool-house, etc. gas and water; all modern conveniences; IN PERFECT ORDER: 3 minues walk from electric cars. ALEX.
YEARLEY SON, Charles And Lexington streets. a2-lm FOR SALE OR LEASE. Only one left of the beautiful COTTAGES at Ridgewood Park, Walbrook. There is no better built House or more completely finished to-be found in our city. Take Edmondson avenue or North avenue car line for 5 cents.
H. CLAY TUNIS, Foot of Concord st, FOR RENT A beautiful modern 12-room COTTAGE, situated on a high hill near Mt. Wilson, W.M. R. R.
convenient also to Pikesville electric cars gas, pure artesian well water and every modern convenience; furnished or unfurnished; board walk to station. JAS. B. COUNCILMAN Mt. Wilson, or care The United Milk Producers' Association, mhl5-tf North avenue, near Charles street.
FOR SALE At First Iron Bridge on Franklin road (near Walbrook), new 3-story FRAME DWELLING, 9 rooms, with spring water piped into the House; lot 154 by 250, fee, with Stable and Stone Quarry small Tenant House, which can be sold separately good chance for Saloon or Road House, and first-class place for Blacksmith Shop. Inquire on premises. A. SIMERING, a6-6t Franklin road. -TOR SALE "STONEWALL FARM," a gentle-J man's Country Seat and Farm combined: Frederick road, at 8-mile stone; delightful neighborhood first-class land, 131 acres; or will subdivide intp Lots from 7 acres up; many beautiful building sites; magnificent view of surrounding country six minutes' walk from electric cars; particularly desfrable for Institution, School or Retreat.
PIERRE C. DUGAN NEPHEW. 'Phone 762. Md. 766.
16 E. Lexington at. JTIOR SALE AT NORTH WALBROOK, HANDSOME COTTAGES, Just Completed. Containing All Modern Conveniences. TCITY WATER, ELECTRIC LIGHTING, Bath, Eta High and Healthy; Nothing Objectionable.
Large Lots. 5c Car Fare. a7-lm OFFICE, 216 North Liberty street. OR RENT FURNISHED COTTAGES; bath, toilet; avoid anuoyance of servants and house keeping; Meals at Hotel Chattolanee, Green Spring Valley; rent $275. 1 W.
Mulberry st.a6-12t FOR SEASON, Furnished, "THE WILDERNESS," Paradise, Catonsville; 15 rooms; 12 acres; Stables, etc. "SYLVAN SIDE," adjoining; fine large Cottage; 6 acres. "THE PINES," Edmondson ave. electric; 11 rooms; 4 acres. GEO.
A. OGLE, 3 South Charles street. m26-lm FURNISHED COTTAGEFOR RENT by the year: tenant to BOARD Family of Three; will give rent free and forty dollars per month. Address 332, Sun oflice. DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE, or will lease with liberal cash bonus, in city or Highlandtown.
Apply to THOS. McGCINNESS, Agent, Highlandtown, Baltimore county. "XNGLESIDE," HPark Heights and Rogers ave-Xnues. This beautiful place will be rented for the summer or by the year; Cottage with modern improvements; Stable, Garden, Shade, etc. PHILIP H.
HOFFMAN, 444 EquitableJ3uilding a7-5t IOTS SOX250. 8500. AND 50X205, 9300: A Reisterstown road; 12 minutes' walk north ol Electric Park- county taxes; 5c. fare to residents. GEO.
W. MEDINGER, 119 Dolphin st a6-lm LAKE STATION. N. C. R.
R. A well-planned COTTAGE, with 3 41-100 acres; plenty shade; running water; all conveniences; Stable for 3 horses. Everyone who has occupied this House has pronounced it a charming location; price only $5,000. AT WOODBROOK STATION. Charles Street Avenue A 10-room COTTAGE; bathtub and all conveniences; brick-set range, etc; lot 330X100: only S2.0U0: also, adjoining, a 3-story, 7-room COTTAGE; lot 308x50; ground rent $51, redeemable at par price only $900.
The above property will be sold at the low Srices in order to close a partnership deal T. W. 1ARRIOTT. 2 East Lexington street. ml3-m PARK- HEIGHTS AVE.LOT (60x300) fine lo-cation; very cheap.
PHILIP H. HOFFMAN. 444 Equitable Building. SIXTEEN-ROOM Furnished House, near Pike rill; 17-room Furnished House, near llchester. Address or telephone Dr.
Wyse. Pikesville. Md. 10-6 CJEND FOR HANDSOMELY ILLUSTRATED BOOK ON "BALTIMORE'S COUNTRY HOMES:" I sell only the best; no charge. Addreaa 388, Bun office.
a3-lm WANTED Furnished or unfurnished Cottage for summer references. 364, Sun office. M-3t 31 ACRES Only few minutes from Baltimore; 10-room Dwelling; all conveniences; fine Out. buUdlnn; 150 choice fruits; beantiful view; unsur-passed ior health; abundance ot purs water. JAS.
A. BEALMSAR. S-hm eil Law ton.dlMS OR SALE HORSE. WAGON AND HAP- NESS. Apply 210 PEARL STREET.
mll-H SALE BROWN MARE. BUGGY, HAR-J NESS, WAGON and WAGON HARNESS. 1357 NORTH FREMONT AVENUE. all-3t TTVOR SALE A Rood young HUNTER, direct from Warrea-ton, Va. can Jump five feet well schooled for Ld or Gentleman- good-driver; will sell reasonable it at once.
Csn be seen at RIDING SCHOOL. Bolton, near Biddle st. Ml UST SELL AT ONCE, as owner leaving city, Six-Year-Old CHESTNUT MARE, time 2.14 Aoaress 117, sun omce. gY BLADE BISTEAU. Auctioneers.
PUBLIC AUCTION AT GARRISON STOCK FARM, near PikesviTK THURSDAY, APRIL 12, IOOO. COMMENCING AT lO A. M-, Without regard to weather. 40 Large, Young Kentucky MULES, all wU broken and some good leaders. A lot of Extra-Fine HORSES Coach ers, Roadsters.
Saddlers wid general utility animals and one 3-year-old Thoroughbred COLT. Can be inspected at the Farm Mondav. Tuesday and Wednesday. TERMS: Five months' credit, with approved security, or cash, if preferable. Vehicles at Fikesville to convey persons to the Sale" WM.
B. COCKEY. NORMAN STUMP. BY JAMES KING. Get ready for the HORSE SHOW It will not be a preliminary affair, but a JOHN S.
BRAT TON HORSE SHOW conducted tinder our auspices. A grand affair, as which will be exhibited and sold SO HIGH-CLASS HORSES all thoroughly schooled and ready for use. RUNABOUT HORSES- MATCHED PAIRS BROUGHAM HORSES KNEE-ACTING COBS SADDLERS, HUNTERS TROTTERS, PACERS all catalogued and thoroughly described as to ped grees, etc. SALE TAKES PLACE SATURDAY. APRIL 14 KING'S AUCTION- at 10 A.
M. Intending purchasers will have ample time to judge the qnality and merits of this grand aggregation of equine supremacv, as stock will be oa EXHIBITION THURSDAY, APRIL 12 UNTIL TIME OF Mr. Bratton is well and favorably known to the horse-using public and needs no introduction. Ha assures us that this consignment EXCELS ALL PREVIOUS SHIPMENTS as he has made special efforts to secure all BLUE RIBBON WINNERS. If possible, out-of-town purchasers write for cat-logues.
CATALOGUES NOW READY for distribution. Sale peremptory, rain or shine. JOHN S. BRATTON, Owner. JAMES KING, Auctioneer, a9-6t 8.
IO, 12, 14, 1G and 18 N. High st. AT SACRIFICE Trotting Horse Captain Lyons: can Uot better than 2.2j; also. Runabout and Harness. 500 N.
Howard Bt. Speed shown. ET FOX'S PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY ELSEWHERE. J2-if IAR LOAD DRIVING HORSES. KING'S AUCTION.
al0-2t WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11. CAR LOAD CHEAP HORSES. K1N. AUCTION. al02t WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11.
tiXIl LOAD GOOD WORK HORSES. KING AUCTION, al0-2t WEDNESDAY. APRIL 11. rflAKEX FOR DEB WiU Fell for SS5. FOR DEB r.
DAP- PLE GRAY PEKCHERON olds weight L43U. Call at 531 HOWARD ST. alO-S LARGE BAY years old: suit coupe, butcher or bakerj also, Brsss-Mouwed HARNESS. Apply at 857 WEST FAYETTE EW CONSIGNMENT OF HORSES RECEIVED EVERY DAY AT FOX'S, ON NORTH STREET. JJ4f FOR SALE OR HIRE 12 Nearly New STREET CARTS AND HARNESS; also, 14 HOUSES.
Apply at 32 NORTH HOLLIDAY STREET. a9-3t FOR SALE DONKEY, eleven hands sound, gentle and in flue condition, with CART AND HARNESS. Address "CHESTNUTWOOI Station city, or telephone "TUXEDO NO. 75Q." 10-2t FOB SALE A fine large BROWN HORSE, sixteen hands high; 6 years obi; sound and well broke: sinele and double: would make an -excellent Family or Coach Horse. Con be snen at ALEX.
CHAPMAN'S STABLES, 331. and 333 North Calvert street. al0-2t T7URMKRS, ATTENTION" 25 cheap blocky HORSES, from $25 to $1.5 per head; several BUGGIES and DAYTON'S cheap. E. JOSEPH WINKEL, 203, 205 South Paca st.
a7-4t OX'S AUCTIONS EVERY TUESDAY. THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. ja-tt SOR SALE 3 STREET CARTS, HORSKS AND HARNESS; also. 4 GARBAGE CARTS, ORSES AND HARNESS; all in first-class order. Apply 1215 N.
DALLAS near Biddle.mM-lna FIFTY HEAD OF WORK HORSES FOR SALE OR HIRE. 315 WEST FAYETTB STREET. 3-Im SEND YOUR HORSES AND CARRIAGES TO FOX'S AUCTIONS. ON NORTH STREET, TO SELL. LOWEST RATES FCOM 1 5SI UN.
j2-tf TO SETTLE ESTATE-TWO FARM HORSES, MARE IN FOAL. WHEEL AND PLOW HARNESS, one set LIGHT HARNESS. Bi'GGY HARNESS. 8M E. LEXINGTON" STREET.a9-3l TILTONDALE" STOCK FARM.
COACH TEAMS, SINGLE DRIVERS AND SADDLE HORSES FOR SALE. Horses trained for track or road. Colts broken aud Horses boarded. Address WILTON GREENW AY. Tel.
Tuxedo 633. South Towson, Md. lf HORSES AND CARTS FOR SALE OB OU HIRE; been used as street and garbage carts; a lot of Sand Carts, 50 Horses nd Mules, suitable for all purposes; Horses for the JOHN .1. McKENNA. SOI East Lexicton street, mh28-lm between High and Front streets.
CARRIAGES, WAGONS, ETC. FINE MADE TOP BUGGY AT SACRIFICE. Apply2to3 P. M. 1701 N.
CAROLINE ST. FOR SALE CHEAP One light COUPE ROCK-AWAY, in order. Apply at 5 aud NORTH PACA STREET. all-2t "TOR SALE-Latest style RUNABOUT, one "Vuien Jc stick-seat SURREY, very stylish, and handsome TOP SURREY. KERSCHE'S STABLES, 805 East Madison street.
aU-2t TE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF THE LAT- EST STYLE CARRIAGES FOR 'UIH SPRING OF UWrO. WAUUN-ETTES, 4 AND PASSENGER GKRMAN-TOWN9, FANCY TRAPS AND RUNABOUTS. SURREYS, PHAETON'S AND Also, large stock of HARNEeS and WHIPS. H. BABCOCK Carriage Builders, 23 and 25 West Fayette street.
Factory, Watertowu, N. Y. E. W. HALL.
Manager. mh28-lm WE ARE PLEASED WITH OUR SUCCESS. OUR SUCCESS means that we have supplied Baltimore with a long-felt want. Do yon fully appreciate the magnitude of our Enterprise THINK OF 500 VEH1CLE5 enr bracing all the latest styles by all the most popular builders. RUNABOUTS AND TRAPS with Basket and Pike's Peak Seats.
Positively the very latest novelties. TOOMEY CARTS AND SULKIES with pneumatic and solid rubber tires. Also the ever-popular ST. EL vn KING KfEEDING CARTS. In point of excellence general? we claim our novel ties, snen as RUNABOUTS.
TRAPS AND SPIDERS have no equal. The paint iven are all the latest colors; some that are positively entirely new and unique. In addition to controlling the sale of such reputable builders as the COLUMPUS BUGGY CO. THE W. N.
BROCKAWAY BUFFALO SPRING AND GEAR CO. KEYSTONE WAGON WORKS and many others, we are ourselves manufacturer ttli-BUILDERS OF HIGH-CLASS WORK. Enrolled among our customers are Baltimore representative citizens, an evidence of the quality of our goods. WE GIVE OUR GUARANTEE and it's worth its face value. Special Department f0f VEHICLES FOR PHYSICIANS.
We know their service is bard, but we have what suits their purpose. -EXPRESS WAGON DEPARTMENT is crowded; and, don't forget it, WE SELL HARNESS. JAMES KING a9-3t 8, 10, 12. 14, IO and 18 N. High'st T7ILL sell cheap.
Coupe, by Stiver; cost $1,200 Vis-a-Vis. by Hooker, cost $750; two Setf Silver-Mounted Double Harness, cost $235; the abort bave been verv little used and are in perfect order! Address J87. Sun oflice. "17OR SALE Good DOUBLE WAGON ANT? HARNESS. IOOS LIGHT ST.
-B--lT II L' 1 1 .1. TT Bargain. 30 WEST GERMAN 8T.a9-m,w,f T--WT CUP r'TT 1 Tim tTT A TTTriVB JO one SURREY: good condition. Apply at 120 ki WEST A El IE axMEEl. aiu-A TOR SALE Almost Vrand-new RCNABOLT ar4 JO 6-year-old Bav MARE; toppy and stylish; can be seen at PAINE'S STABLES, 313 West German street.
FOR SALE Wagons, Carriages, Buggies, Runabouts, old and new, of every description. con stantly on hand. A. Dietrich Son, 402 and 404 Harford ave. ext'd.
Wagon and Carriage Builders. OR SALE EXPRESS AND DELIVER WAGONS, BUGGIES, SURREYS. DAY TONS large stock; low prices. THOS WHITE. 514 West Pratt street.
a6-lm TOP-BUGGY, hand made, fine condition: will sacrifice. 2200 MADISON AVE. aO-Jt LATE STYLE RUNABOUT; also, a Falling-Ton PHAETON both look like new low prices. P. D.
SCHMIDT a9-6t 108 W. Fayette st, near Charles. A HOUSE OF STEEL Sent To Japan To "Witnstnjnd Thel Frequent KaxtblTin.kes. Phtladstlphia, April 10. A complete house built of steel is a portion of tho cargo of the Dutch ship Wilhelmina, which has just sailed from this port for Japan and Russia.
The structure Is in 'sections and when erected will be two stories In height. It Is consigned to Prince Toshlbito, of Toklo, Vfbo believes a steel residence will better withstand the earthquakes which are characteristic of the district in which he lives than one of native construction. The steel house was built at Pittsburg at a cost of J21.481. Besides the house, the 'Wilhelmina has towed away in her hold bridge materials, together with nails, spikes and 8,294 steel rails for Yokohama, which will be used in the construction of the Toklo City railroad, to be 200 miles in length. The Wilhelmina will also put Into the port of Vladivostok, Russia, where she will land a cargo of 31 locomotives and tenders, which are valued at $430,200, making oae of the most valuable cargoes to leave tkia port for many years.
Joseph Jeffemon Entertained. Oantok.Ohio, April 10. Joseph Jefferacr the famous actor, wis the guest of honor a dinner giTen tonight by former Secrete of State and Mrs. Day. Mr.
Jeffersoa filling an engagement at the Canton Hemse. Whea last here he wet eatertl by PreUieot UcSinley'a brotue. LARGE, bright second and third story FRONTv with BOARD. 703 W. LAFAYETTE AVE.
BOARD WANTED. A YOUNG LADY WANT3 ROOM AND BOARD with small, private family, in vicinity of Broadway, with use of Parlor. Address 254, Sun office. all-2t TVANTED ROOM and BOARD by Young Lady II in private family, with use of Pi refer ences exchanged. 299, Sun office.
aiu-zt TVANTED TO "RENT By Middle-Aged Gentle- man, a comfortably furnished BEDROOM: arrangements might be made for full or partial Board. Address 77. Sun office. VOCNQ LADY wants 3d-story ROOM, with J. BOARD; Northern Section preferred: terms must be reasonable.
Address 771, Sun office. 19-3 SUBURBAN BOARD. CATONSVILLE AVE. Relay, B. and O.
R. R. high, healthy; porches, shade; milk, fruit, vegetables; plumbing through house; conveyance to meet trains; evening dinner. Terms moderate. Address MRS.
EDWIN DAVIS, care Franklin Davis Nurscrv Companv, Relay, Md. T70REST INN, NORTH WALBROOK. MD. Delightful, Popular Resort. Special Spring Rates.
Engagements can now be made for the season; additional attractions. N. Dorsey Norris. SUBURBAN BOARD WANTED. BOARD WANTED IN SUBURBS FOR GENTLEMAN AND WIFE in Boarding House or Hotel from May until October; close to cars.
Address, stating terms, 8S. oflice of The Sun. It COUNTRY BOARD. BOARD C. R.
R. large rooms, porches, shade; 5 min. fiom station. 1204 McCullohst. rilWO PLEASANT ROOMS.
in small private X. family; suburbs of Arlington. Address 14S, Sun office. BUENA VISTA INN, Blue Ridge Mountains. Open for Guests May 3, 1900.
Apply to MISS MONEY" HECK ART, Proprietress. 4J21 West North avenue, Baltimore. ROOMS FOR RENT. SECOND-FLOOR FLAT: heat, gas and bath. 152Q WEST LEXINGTON STREET.
It LARGE 2IVSTORY FRONT ROOM; furnished or unfurnished; bath. 303 W. Monument st. HANDS0MEFRONT ROOM, furnished or unfurnished; excellent baths. 402 CATHEDRAL STREET, opposite the CathedraL a9-3t I BURNISHED FRONT ROOM; all conveniences.
402 E. TWENTY-SECOND ST. I7H5R RENT Two FURNISHED ROOMS for housekeeping: every convenience. 12S WEST CONWAY STREET. al0-3t HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS.
BY DAY, WEEK OR HOUR; 91 TO $3 PER WEEK: PER DAY, 25c. $1. 32i N. CALVERT STREET HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS for light Housekeeping. with all conveniences, $1 to S2 per week, at 314.
501 and 507 WEST LOM-BARD ST. also, 12 S. GREEN ST. a2-lm MONUMENT STREET, between Park avenue and Howard street. Several desirable ROOMS; hot and cold water; furnished or unfurnished; first-class attention.
a-6t 11 ST PATL-STREET, NEAR MOUNT OH VERNON PLACE ROOMS SINGLE OR EN SUITE: PRIVATE BATH; GENTLEMEN; REFERENCES. mll-lm 683 WEST FAYETTE STREET. FCRNISH-ED ROOMS. $1 to heat, bath. a9-3t WANTED TO RENT.
TVANTED TO RENT A HOUSE on Eutaw Place, north of McMechen street; will pay $1,500 rental; corner or one with side lot pre- ferred. Address A 85Q, Sun oflice. all-2t TVANTED T5 RENT HOUSE in northwest section, west of Mt. Royal avenue and east of Linden avenue; mut have two bathrooms and reasonable rental. Address A 168.
office of The Sun. U-3t HYSICIAN DESIRES OFFICE Guilford and North aves. Address 1. Sun office. TVANTED Two or three BOOMS on second floor; light housekeeping; terms moderate: N.
W. section; reference. 038, Sun office. TVANTED By Young Lady Typewriter, DE3K ROOM in Office of Lawyer or Real Estate Broker; references eacaanged. 227, Sun office.
SKit FLATS TOR RENT. IOR RENT Second-story FLAT, three rooms iin1 rinth JOHN STREET. It TWO FLATS, one of four rooms and one three rooms, all licht and pleasant suitable for light Housekeeping. f34 N. EUTAW ST.
all-2t XTORTHERN SECTION. Second-story FLAT (2 i rooms) AND GARRET (2 rooms), for light housekeeping heat and gas; middle-aged couple preferred Ino children); references required. Ad- flresa 70 1. Sun office. aU-3t TTtOR RENT Second-story FLAT, unfurnished 4 rooms.
222 AISQUIT SBREET. al0-2t TTtOR RENT HOUSEKEEPING FLAT, com; JO pletely furnished. Apply Flat No. 12, "THE MONTREAL," Mt. Royal avenue, near Charles.2 1 PRIVATE SECOND-STORY FLAT OF FOUR LARGE ROOMS, with U3e of bathroom, with owner, corner house, perfect repair and all conveniences.
$15 per month. 701 WEST LAN VALE STREET, corner Myrtle avenue aSjt T. PAUL FLAT TO RENT Best FLAT in the ST. PAUL. Mt.
Royal avenue, to let at $75 a month: possession May Apply to the Janitors TWO FLATS, one of four rooms and one three rooms, all ligh and pleasant suitable for light Housekeeping. 234 N. EUTAW ST. a7-4t FLATS FOR RENT, 4 rooms each; corner house. 132 W.
LAFAYETTE AVE. al0-4t 6 ST. PAUL, opposite Mount Vernon Place. i overlooking the square 4 ROOMS. a3-12t FLATS WANTED.
TANTED FLAT; unfurnished; central; 5 or 6 rooms. Address A 721. Sun office. al0-2t OFFICES FOR RENT. DESIRABLE OFFICES FOR RENT at Nos.
200 and 204 North Calvert street, near Lexington street, newly papered and painted, with heat and janitor's service; well adapted for Lawyers. Apply to the MARYLAND TITLE INSURANCE AND TRUST Equitable Building. Telephone 1376. tf FOR RENT Two OFFICES suitable for a Physician or would RENT PART OF HOUSE by May references. 1C28 JOHN ST.
FOR RENT Fine SUITES OF OFFICES, on fSfih floor, and one SINGLE OFFICE, in Glenn Building, 1 St. Paul st. Fireproof safes; electrio light and gas; heat by hot water and janitor service free. JOHN GLENN Room 33. a3-lm 132 W.
LAFAYETTE AVE. Two communicat ing ROOMS; suitable for Physician. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. ANNOUNCEMENT. PRIVATE PARTY MUST RAISE SlOO immediately- will deposit securities costing $ti00 and pay $23 for ten days.
Ad-dress 821. Sun office. It PAINT STORE, corner; on account of death; only 20J required. Address 741. Sim office.
TT7ISH TO JOIN with some party that has an established trade in the PRODUCE COMMISSION BUSINESS: can furnish necessary capi-tal. Address 73(, Sun office lt I HAVE S1OO-SH0CLD LIKE TO MEET LADY OR GENTLEMAN WITH SIMILAR AMOUNT TO JOIN ME IN CONDUCTING A POULTRY FARM. Address 430, Sun office. It ITtOR RENT SALOON AND RESTAURANT 711 EAST PRATT STREET; old established; cheap rent. Apply at 708." opposite.
ali-2t SALE To settle an "estate, VALUABLE PROPERTY; suitable for Manufacturing Purpose; cheap for cash; low ground rent. Address 108, Sun office. all-It "AOU SALE JL? STORE AND DWELLING, Druid Hill avenue and Baker street. In Perfect Condition. Cost Will Sell for $2,000.
J. LELAND HANNA. all-4t 5Q.j Law Building. FOR SALE MILK ROUTE. MILLER STREET.
Apply at 1622 al0-2t 7KR SALE ESTABLISHED WALL-PAPER STORE. AddressJC 841. Sun jotnee; alu-2t OR SALE -An old-established BUTTER ROUTE. Address U45, Sun office. al0-2t SALE-GROCERY STORE; northwestern section; no reasonable offer refused.
Address 10, Sun office. alO-Zt 7URST-CLAS3 BUTTER ROUTE, with Cue dress i8. Sun office. ai0-2t TIOR SALE AT ONCE WELL-ESTABLISHED GROCERY STOKE, doing a paying business; reasons for selling. Address 3Q, Sun office.
10-2t SALEVery desirable and old-established 1 TOBACCONIST, N. E. COR. BALTIMORE AND FREMONT STS. Inquire within.
a9-3t 17TOR SALE Drug Store; inventory $2,400 yearly; soles cheap for cash: no reasonable offer 23Q8 Fourteenth st. N. Washington. FOR SALE A three-story HOUSE, with Store in front. Greenhouse in rear, with all kind of plants.
Apply at Sun office. a5-6t 1' 7lOiTSALE SOLAtt PRINTING PLANT; es-. tablished 15 years; only one in city; best prices in country. JOHN D. SHOW, 815 street, Va8hington, DC.
FOR SALE OR RENT HOTEL DENNETT. Mt. Lake Park, Md. accommodates 150; fully furnished; ready to open; mountain health resort; Chautauqua, etc E. WALSH, Cumberland, Maryland.
a4-w3t 1.MJR SALE. THE OLD MARYLAND WHITE LEAD COMl'AXY'S PROPERTY, corner Fort avenue and Ludlow street, fronting on Fort avenue 196t feet and on Ludlow street about 837 feet, will be sold on favomble terms. The buildings are large and most substantial in character, adapted to almost any manufacturing The Baltimore aud Ohio Railroad tracks run through part of it. with opportunity for switches, and it pre sents suable tion 2U4 Spear's Wharf. m27-lm GROCERY STORE FOR SALE at WEST FRANKLIN STREET.
1612 al0-2t ARG.MN. Old-established Grocery and Provision Store: srtlendid location: larse trade, etc rare chance. CRAIG 17 E. Saratoga st.a7-4t CANNING FACTORY FOR SALE OR LEASE AND CONTRACTS FOR 300 ACRES OF TOMATOES. For particulars address 8.
P. WOOD-COCK Salisbury, Md. a6-18t CAPITAL WANTED FOR A BUSINESS THAT WILL PAY LARGE PROFITS. This is a splendid opportunity for a young man with from $2,000 to $10,000, with good business qualifications. Also, Position paying $1,000 first year.
Do not answer unless you mean business. Address CON-f IDENTIAL t41. Sun office. a7-4t OPPORTUNITY SELDOM OFFERED Completed, first-class, flve-years-established Confectionery Store: splendid location; large trade, Horse and Dayton; owner retiring: rare chance. UAIG CO.
1 7 East Saratoga street. a5-6t PARTNER WANTED with about $1,000 or $5,000. in an established Clothing Manufacturing Business. Address 84Q. Sun office.
alO-xt P- ERMANENT POSITION'S. Several Respond sible Office Positions for plain, Practical Men who can give $500 Cash Security -salary ample; em-ployment pleasant. Address Secretary office. 1JARTY" WltlTMvTHUNDREDtLARS IN A STRICTLY CASH WHOLESALE BUSINESS: capital to be used for stock only no risk; can bare full charge of finances, Addreaa 507. Sun office.
i4t STORE PROPERTY: good stand for any bust ness: West End; easy tanna. Apply 201 NORTH FULTON AV ETJ B. TVANTED WINES AND LIQUORS. Entire stock bought for cash. Addreaa BUYER 419, Bun office.
nZMSm TVANTED PARTNER, to Handle 5,000 Acres Geoivie Pine Timber: flneat viiwin fnnt in tne noutn. Aonri u. G. tti U. G.
BROCK. S-K Tillapooaa, 43a, 153 feet deep; open 9 to 1 clock, or apply to owner. F. WM. BOLGIANO.
all-lm 416 Equitable Building. FOR SALE Three-story DWELLING 413 West Bsrre street, in good condition; will refuse no fair offer. Apply at 3 16 N. FU LTON AVE. all-3t FOR SALE-STORE AND DWELLING 13 EAST BIDDLE STREET, cor.
Wilcox; three-story Brick Dwelling, with improved Store Front; suitable for any class of business. Can be bought cheap if sold at once. It IOR SALE A desirable LOT for business pur- noses, ront near lliilen Station: Lot 92.3X 120 average depth a bargain. LEVIN F. MORRIS, all-6t 2Q4 E.
Lexington st. ITIOR SALE-1529 CLIFTON STREET. Apply at 835 WEST BARRE STREET. I 7011 SALE 1308 MADISON 12 rooms, kitchen first floor; deep lot to wide alley. Terms very easy.
a7-4t FOR SALE DRY HOUSE, with Racks, Stove and Starch Boiler, cheap. Apply, BOWLING, COBLENS CAHN, 13 West Fayette st. SALE. 201 5 CALLOW AVENUE Three story, white stone front, fine locality; $500 re-quired. Apply on premises or 1Q3 W.
German gt. FOR SALE Very cheap, new two-story DWELLING 162f FRIENDSBURY PLACE, opposite park; modem conveniences. Key at 1811 Baker gt. T7OR SALE 1838 DRUID HILL AVE. price SAMUEL BEALMEAR.
aT-6t Room 803. Fidelity Building. FOR SALE-3102 EVERGREEN TERRACE, opposite Park; will sell cheap on easy terms. H. E.
COOK 7Q9 Swan street. 17VDR SALE Easy Terms Desirable HOUSE on Valley near Johnson Square: redeemable ground rent: modern conveniences. CLRRIE WIL-LI9 HAINES. 2Q6 Courtland street. alO-St ITIOR SALE Convenient 3-story HOUSE, 620 N.
Eden g. r. will sell at bargain. Also, SALOON PROPERTY; good Btand; wiU sell low. IWM.
M. WURTZBURGER, a9-3t 1036 North Broadway. FOR SALE TO CLOSE AN ESTATE 8. E. COR.
ORLEANS AND DURHAM STS. three-story Dwelling, Store Front, in good order; low ground rent; Brick Stable in rear; first-class business stand; 16 feet front, 80 feet depth. Apply on premises. ITtOR SALE BY PIERRE C. DCGAN NEPHEW.
16 East Lexington street. Charles Street vith side lot; Park near Centre W. Preston near Charles; Mount Vernon Place, east of Charles; Biddle near Charles: Chase near Cathedral; Centre near St. Paul. a5-6t REAL ESTATE FOR RENT.
REDUCED RENT until Oct. 1: furnished or unfurnished 12 rooms. 1204 McCuiloh st. lt Handsomely dcorated-for rEnt-AT $18 PER M0NTH-J922 WEST MOSHER tT. never been occupied; 3-story.
Ai ply to F. Wm. Bolglano. 416 Equitable Building. IWANTEVERY PERSON IN BALTIMORE WHO WISHES TO RENT A HOUSE NOW OR IN THE NEAR FUTURE TO LET ME KNOW IT.
I CAN SUPPLY YOUR WANTS. CHAS. M. WYETH, 11 E. Lexington st.
all-lm FOR RENT-Three-story HOUSE S. W. COR. CAREY STREET AND HARLEM AVENUE. Key atDrug Store, opposite.
all-2t TX)R RENT 1614 "WEST" BALTIMORE STORE AND DWELLING; SUITABLE FOR BOARDING HOUSE, or desirable to rent out in Flats; all conveniences; would be good stand for Bakehouse. Inquire at 1612 WEST BALTIMORE STREET. all-3t FOR RENT DWELLING 1824 DRUID HILL AVENUE, in first-class order; $25 per month. a9-3t FOR RENT MARBLE-FRONT RESIDENCE, 1810 in good order. Two bathrooms.
N. CHARLES. Apply Floor 2. SUN BUILDNIG. FOR RENT DWELLING 25 lO MADISON AVENUE, with modem improvements.
Apply on Premises or BEVERLY W. MISTER, Owner, 40O Equitable Building. alO-lm FOR" RENT 1828 MADISON 331 N. GILMOR ST and 6 OLIVER ST. near Charles.
SAMUEL BEALMEAR, a7-6t Room 3Q3, Fidelity Building. I7OR RENT 1 1608 JOHN STREET, in fine repair. Apply to HOWARD a3-lm 1600 John Btreet, T7OR RENT A DWELLING, near Eutaw Place; in good repair, 341 Bloom rent low. J. G.
VALIANT, 714 Madison avenue. FOR RENT DWELLING 207 W. Lanvale near Park ave. possession given about April rent $55 per month. CHAS.
M. WYETH, ml4-lm 11 East Lexington street. FOR RENT Three-story modern DWELLING, with all conveniences, 1743 Druid Hill ave. rent low: open 10 to 5 daily. A.
A. FORMAN, mhl6-im 1407 West Fayette street OR RENT FIVE MONTHS ONLY Nicely FURNISHED MOUSE. Lafayette avenue, near St. Paul street; rent $30 per month: will require and exchange references. 124.
Sun office. a9-4t FOR RENT Handsome Brown-Stone, Three-Story SWELL-FRONT DWELLING 727 West North avenue; in first-class condition. Apply to E. T. JOYCE.
435 EAST NORTH AVENUE. tf IPOR RENT Desirable STORE and DWELLING 14tl1on al-rAafr near Hillen station: last occupied as a successful provision store. Apply to kpply T. P. ELLICOTT.
204 Speas's wharf. m23-lm FOR RENT-2454. 2558 W. BALTIMORE $15; 2503 W. FA1RMOUNT $12; sanitary plumbing and complete conveniences.
Ap-ply 2528 WEST BALTIMORE STREET. aO-lm 1" 7OR RENT 1816 LINDEN handsomely 7 decorated by Dieter; 10 rooms; $40 month. 1522 DRUID HILL 12 rooms $30 month. Maurice E. Skinner, Attorney, 416 Equitable Building.
FOR RENT 2213 Oak 10 rooms, $25 per mo. 1532 Washington $10 per mo. 1037 McDonough 7 rooms, S13 mo. 1538 Washington rooms, $11 mo. DANIEL DONNELLY, 2201 E.
Oliver street. T7-OR OR RENT Desirable WAREHOUSE 18 East Lombard street: good light; hydraulic elevator; J. Lombard street good lieli suitable for Warehouse or Manufacturing purposes. SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST m31-10t 13 South street RENT-SECOND FLOOR OF 5 NORTH CALVERT STREET, formerly occupied by John M. Keeler, over Hat Store of R.
Q. -Taylor CO. suitable ior unices or store purposes. SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST 13 South street. m31-10t FOR RENT WAREHOUSES, large ana small: all parts of the city, and suitable for any kind of business; also, UPPER FLOORS, with all conveniences for Manufacturing or other business.
J. B. CHASTAIN, 16 Hanover street. mb22-3m FOR RENT-1321 TO 1337 N. LUZERNE between Preston and Hoffman sts.
six rooms, bath, cement cellars, inside and outside closets, sanitary plumbing in fact, all modern conveniences. Rent $12. per month. PETER GROG AN. Preston and Luzerne streets.
mh30-lm 17OR RENT Attractive DWELLINGS. 1216Mt. Royal 1509 Linden 913 Madison 2219 N. Calvert 412 W. Presstmau 539 W.
Lanvale 437 Bloom 144 Jackson Place, 1943 Edmondson ave. WILLIAM B. EHLEN, 5 East Lexington street. ml4-lir FOR RENT-1203 JOHN STREET, near Hoffman, three-story Dwelling; best of order; newly papeied; sanitary plumbing: very desirable; $30 per month; now open. 1106 BOLTON STREET, three-story Dwelling; first-class order; possession April $25 per AS.
E. CLAYTON, 6 East Lexington street. mh24-tf FOR RENT 414 AND 424 N. CAREY ST.j 3 Btories, 9 rooms and bath; 141t AND 1423 W. MULBERRY 3 stories, 8 rooms and bath.
Rents ranging from $25 to $30 per month. Houses all in first-class condition. Everything possible yill be done for the comfort of reliable tenants. JOHN GLENN 12 St. Paul Btreet.
ap3-tf IOR RENT The most stylish and the most con-venienty arranged two-story HOUSES in the city. They contain six rooms besides bathroom and pantry. Hall on second floor makes all bedrooms private. Sanitary plumbing. Sewer connections.
Closets in house and yard. Cement cellars and pavements. Baywindows. Marble bases. Fancy bricks.
Neighborhood high and healthy. Cars at corner. Rent $16 per month. PETER GROGAN, mh30-lra Preston and Luzerne sts. UlfiVISHED OR UNFURNISHED.
116 Ei PRESTON, near St. Paul by month or year. SAM f. MORTON SON. a7-5t 209 St.
Paul street. WELLING 1318 MYRTLE AVENUE is va- int rant 1 A ivii i in il'J ai AIW LK A Hi-it DWELLING No. 169S Division street: STORE corner Harlem avenue and Schroeder STACK SONS. 25Q West Preston st.6-St MADISON AVENUE, near Druid Hill Park-2424 and 2430-WU1 put in excellent or-dei; reduced rents. Key at 2518.
SAMUEL P. MORTON SON, 2Q St. Paul street. mlZ-lm OFFICE ALWAYS OPEN 100 desirable HOUSES FOR RENT in all sections; keys at the Office or lists mailed applicants: OUR OWN Furniture Vans for Hauling. SECURITY STORAGE AND TRT78T 13 to 1 West North avenue.
AVE TIME AND TROUBLE by getting Printed List ot mouses, all sections, for rent, from TJSLi'AlK W. MARRIOTT, a7-lm 2 East Lexington street. TWO AND THREE STORY MODERN HOUSES IN ALL SECTIONS. Send for list and save time. RICHARDSON DAVIS, 203 St.
Paid street. $8 -CAMPBELL Wyeth st. and St. Peter st. Apply at 812 ST.
PETER ST.a2-m,w,fSt QOKN. CAREY, $219 rooms and bath. J. w7 iO BOWERS. 16 East Lexington Bt.
-mh2Q-tf 17)C BOLTON ST. Modern, and kitchen on juO first floor. AddIv at 8fS NORTH FRE- i ri vt a rvr' 'j. al0-3t 1 UQQ FRED. Store, Dwells ltt7(n N.Fayson Store and Dwell.S15.0Q 437 E.Preston and W.
H. CRONIN. 5 E. Lexington Bt. al0-5t OAIO BOYD $8 2638 Frisby st 410 iiUlU 2147W.
2633 Boone gt $10 1739 Thomas ave $10 1809 Summit Place $10 W. H. CRONIN. 5 E. Lexington st.
REAL ESTATE WANTED. WANTED TO PURCHASE HOUSE on Eu-taw Place; must be modern in all appoint, ments will five $20,000 for satisfactory offering. Address Jt 85, Sunofflce; a'l-2t PLACE YOUR PROPERTY WITH ME IK YOU WANT TO SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE. CHAS. M.
WYETH. ml4-lm 11 East Lexington street. 7ANTED In western section, comfortable uuaii, in tee; casn. a Ml, sun office. al-3t WE ARE JUST AS ANXIOUS TO-BUY PROPERTY AS YOU ARE TO SELL.
We are not brokers and charge no commissions. 'If you have a HOUSE. GROUND RENT or MORTGAGE to sell, all we ask is a chance to make you an offer for it. BALTO. REAL ESTATE Boom SOU.
Law Boil ding, Lexington and St. Paw eta. aMa mf lUl.U-A wwi.
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