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CTE WAsniyG.TON citXTjg. tttumday evening, jtine 27, isso.
ai'JSOiAli NUTI O J!9.
KSr-THB WAIl '' nkl'AimlBNT BAT-
'There will l ft nicotine of tlio war Depart'
went Company nt tho Aimorr ot Company
"A," 611 Ninth direct northwest, on tho oveii'
Inc. At KHIDAY, the 2th Instant, at T 30 p.m.
Clerks of tho Adjutant General's Ofllco aro
cordially Invited to lin promt.
, M. L. ACKBItHAN, Clialrman.
tl books contnliilnu loo tlckctn, trans
f cYnblej good on all lines .of llcrdlo Coaches.
IVrtaloat tho rornpany'it offices, 10th and O
sts. ii oand 1D12E et.n. w and at tlio follow
ing drug stores: V. I'ltzcr & Co., Ml K Cap.
st.sT. K..O(rrain. 1911 Pa. nvo. n. w.t P. MoO.
Crfswell, liol F st. n. wi A, J. Bchafurt, N.
Cap, and II ta. Kobci t Bchoir, Gist and U sts.
rrfcc.taTO- ' .
5r0PFIC OP THE commibsioxbiu,
BSW nistrlot of Columbia, Washington.
June 41. 1SR0. HrtPrlnl nntlrn. Tim Hoard 'of
Xonallratlon will bo In sesslon'ttt tile Arthur
School Building, situated on Arthur Place,
between IJ and C streets north anil Now Jer
sey avc mio and First street west, from and
after the 1st day of .Inly proximo, until tho
.th day or August following, for tlio purposo
ot hearing appeals In respect to the new as
ecmnont Of real citato. No ohaniro can bo
tnadotn Ulrt asosswont nftpr thoadloum
'Tncnt of the; board oil August 8. Br order of
the Cothttlssloncrj. VILLIAM TlNUALL,
KSH-BiniiTS to iikabuiie
VSf-LADIES! I.,11IEBI LADIIWI .
s Mrs. McCafferty Is tho only hat and
bonnet frame manufacturer In tho city. Call
knd'sto her new shapes, pleaching and
riretslnr. Straw and felt hats altered to tho
atest styles. Orders promptly attended to.
1009 o street n.w.
KSffTIIK NATIONAL SAI'E DEPOSIT
3' Company, 18th st, and. New .York
avemie, rccelvos ullverwiiro and all kinds of
vaiUDUlci4m iieimsib naiB vi niisizvsiur,
rent. Vaults flrc-ptoof, burglar proof, damp
proof, Insldcof Iholr'new building, with
walls 3 feet 0 Inches thick. Construntiott fire-
pToor throughout. Equipment unsurpassed
Ice Cream, Pitro randlos. cakes, Pies,
Nuts, Foreign and Domestlo Fruits, at
. . 803Paavemc.
KSB-NOTICK.-No bills will Jbo, paid fort
""-r. supplies cio., rornisneo ino sicam-
TBcf the inland A Seaboard Coasting Co.
save those puroha'sod on the orders ot stint.
'ilKO. It. 1'IIILLIPS and Secretary AliFltliU
K5W-F0II EASY -FEET, VISIT Dlt, WIHT,
tz& chiropodist, 1418 Pa: avo., opposite;
WHlanr Hotel, All diseases of tho feet suc
cessfully treated by Dr. A'. O, Whlto. son of
tte late' George A- White. Dr. Wlilteliasi
titcn onnectcd with hU father's business
here and in Baltimore for nearly nineteen
years. Established In Washington ltitll. Feo,
, II perTlslt. Horns. 8 to 6; Sundays, B toil i,
.539"TnK WAHHINOTON ATtCIIITECT
JsWS' ujiai, jitON AND BBIDOBi WOllKJ),
EDWARD L. DENT, M. E ,
Tho best facilities In tho city for all kinds
tsteci nearas, Anglos, etc. always in riook.
'no umameaai viuiaanq
ilUpalrsand 1 general, binoblno work doneJn
the beet manner and otttihoitaotloo. iif-'itrfj
Sole Licensees in the District of Columbia
for tho "Goctz-MltcbeR" system of Boom
Anchors and Ffltector.
Works: Cor, 83d and Water Streets; Tele
phone, 428-3. . ,
Ofljce: 1413 O Street n. w.; Telephono, 429-2.
Washington, D. C.
Bnn Building. - - - - 1315 F street.
ShmlAtbertal dally lj all Initiated, at
thanatt majocmral any (lint.)
Lclters for foreign countries neod not bo
peclally addressed for dlspatoh by any par
tfculur steamer, excopt when It Is desired to
lend duplicates of banking and commercial
.documents, letters not specially addressed
being. stmt by tho fastest vcssols available..
, Foreign malls for the week ending Juno
15th will close promptly In all cases) at this
office as follows:
MONDAY. At 1 p. m. for Trofrroso, per s.
, M.Nlinc!!, via Havana, (letter, for other
1 Mexican States must bu dlroctol-"pcr M.
Nunez"); at2P, m. for Jamaica and Grey
town, per s. s. Aguan betters for H0II10,
Pnerto Corter, and Ouatemala mast bo di
rected 'pcrAgua,n';;jat3p: rn;torl)e!ro,
- l"uerto Cortez, and Q)iatomala, per . s.
City of Dallasj from Now Orleans. 1
TUESDAY. Atl p. mf for Venezuela, via La
Gnayra, per b, h. liars.
WIDNESDAY. At S 30 a. m. for IBo do Ja
neiro) and -Santos, also tho La Plata Coun
tries via ltlo de Janeiro, per s. s. Capua,
from. Baltimore; at 120 p.m. for Ireland,
Ptta. a. city of New York, via Qneenstown
letters for Great Britain and other Euro
pean countries must bu'dlrccted."perClty
of New York"); at 18.30 p.m. for Europe,
per a. s. Trave, via Southampton and
Bremen letters for Ireland must bo dl
"rented "per Trave"; nt 1p.m. for Cam
'peobe, Chiapas, Tabasco and Yucatan, por
k a. jCJonXnrgos letters for other Mexican
States and Cuba must bo dlrootcd "per
Clcntuegos"; at l! p.m. for Bolglum dlroet,
per s. s. Bhynland, via antwern Uettora
must be directed "per Rhynland") at 8 p.
m. for Truxlllo and Rnatan, per $ S.
oterl, from New Orleans.
THURSDAY. At SflO a. m, for Europe per
ir, s;"Angustar Victoria, via Southampton
and Hamburg letters for Ireland must bo
directed "per Augusta Victoria") nt 2.30
u. m. for the Netherlands, via Amsterdam,
per b. i. Edam letters must be directed
SATURDAY. At a,TD, for France, Swltzor-
- tanil. Ttatv Hnnlii nn.l lVrfniral. ntw a a.
land, Italy, Spain and Portugal, per
La Bourgogne, via Havre letteri
Austria must do aiicciea -per
cogue"; at 2,30) a. m. for proa
ivlftnil. ndirltim. Netherlands and Austria.
per e- a. Auranln, via Uucenstown letters
(orliuroDean countries must bo directed
v"IEAuran).": at 3M a. m. forBoutland
.direct,-per s. .Anchorlft, via Glasgow let
Ptersmusthe directed "per Anohorla"! at
10 a.m. for St. Croix and fit. Thomas; vlii
St. Crolxi also Windward Islands direct,
per b. s. Barracouta; at 11 a. m. for Jamaica,
also Jacinet and AuK-Cayes, llaytl, pers, s.
Adirondack; at 1 p.m. for Cuba, pers. 8.
hi City f. Atlanta, via Havana (letters' must
- be directed "per City of Atlanta'M; at 1 p.
urn.forBuropo, per s. S. Fuldttf via South
Knunpton and Bremen. '
SUNDAY At a 11. m. for Costa Rlcn, la
Llmon, per s. s. Foxhall from Now Orleans.
Mails for China and Japan, per a. s. Oceania
"t(from San Frani Isoo, close hero Juno -AH
Mat 7 p.m. Malls for Australia, New Zea
land, Hawaiian. Fill and Siunoan Islands,
per s. . Zealandla (from Sau Francisco,
..close hero June id at 7 p.m oronaf
1 .rival at New York of s. s. Auranla with
, .British malls for Australia. Malls for tho
ytMoclely Islands, per ship Troplo Bird from
ilsan Francisco, closohcro JuneVRb W
,tp.m. Malls for Cnba by 1 all to Tampa,
..Pl.t .and thence brtoamor, via Koy West,
Ifhi nlnan nt. tliln nfllin llllllv at U'30 a. m.
the -flohodulo of closing of IVana l'aolflo
mails Is arranged on the presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit' to San
clfcco. Malls from the East arriving on time
at San Franctsoo on tho day of sailing of
steamers are dispatched thenco tho samu
.day. .Registered mall closes at 0.30 p,m.
rostofflce. New York, N. Y June ah 18B9.
ifivr(l7!afi(frfAi htad, four Unn or
JfiMES H. MflRR,
036 V Street.
MtOrERTY FOR RENT. SALE AND EX
CHANGE. Money to Lonii in Sums lo Suit.
ADVANCES MADE FOR BUILDING.
MANAGER OF TI1E ROYAL INSURANCE
REAL B6TATX BR0RXR.
1B10 F M. adtolBlDS Mil Boliaiai:
njNHSM wmi whwui.
ffrrllmff under thU head, four Unit or
Ittt.Si ctntt tor thrtt Inttrtlomi GO ctnttfor sir.
"XTtTANTBD-COMPETKST COOK F0!t A
VV bosrdlne house ft fow mllos out on
railroad In Virginia! colored women pre
ferred, Apply to'Jirt ItAYJtOMiroom-W,
War Department, ;
IITANTED-A WOMAN TO COOK AND
T y make herself generally useful; also a
little girl to play with children. OOl I'anvo
WANTKD-TWO nilSTCLASS CABINET
makers at mi Q st ii w.
-H7ANTEI-lJIMKDIATKf,Y-AN . HON
V V est wlilto boy, willing to mako hlmsolf
useful about store. Apply to cigar store,
corni r Hth and Plcrco l'laco n w.
RD-A TtKaPrXTAIlI.E Olltt, AH
WANTED IMMEDIATELY - A jlOOD
bnrhej", Apply MILLER'S ljarbor
Shop, Anacostla, I). 0.
WANTKD-A SETTLED WHITE MAN TO
tend bar. KIO Pa avo n w. Apply at
WANTKD-A IlABKIt, A OOOD aliCOND
hand on cakci and Plesj must under
stand his work. Apply atWSEM itlaftcr 3
o'clock p, m. t '
WANTED-A WHITEOIIILAS CAAMIIEIt
maid and do general housework for n
small family; no children; references re
quired; Ccrman preferred. Call atSSJGtli
WANTED-IMMEDIATELY, A TIIOR
oughly rellnbto girl for general house
work In small rnmlly of two; must bo first
class cook with best references, '-'WI lltli
TlJTANTKIl-H OR. 3 CARPENTERS AT
VV, Pottlt.t Drlpp's Foundry to work on
derrick and wharf work. Apply at Foundry
cor Nth and B sts n w,
1TANTEI)-A.CP0K,W1TE OR COL'D.
VV to gir to thu'eountry for the summer
fallal JEMO stnw.
W7ANTKD-A MAN. AND UltrWrFE TO'
f I go snort uisianco irom city to inao
charge of country place,
WANTED - ONE BLACKSMITH. ONE
hnrscshner, one whcolwrlght; nono
hut No. 1 hands need apply,
Cor 4 and M
sis b w
W Income. Applr MERCURY OFFICE,
WANTED-ATONCE-A OOOD GERMAN
girl far general housework In family of
three: no washing and Ironing, Addross BOX
re), niy i'osionice.
irAXTED-AT 1 CITY INTELLIGENCE
VV ofllco, mcn,fWomoirnniIgtrl totnko
places now roady1; applications for Govern
mentiposltlons ilreparcd; cooks and waltors
for Valley Vlow Springs. 711Htnw.
Adto tlttmtnlt umltr thlHeait, four Una or
WANTED-BY A NEAT COLOREIMVO
man, n placo to cook or wush for a
small family. CallatsiCOFstnw.
VrANTED-A POSITION DY A OENTLE
V V man, either at hotel ,(tw) or agent for
v, hlsky or rlgar houso. Addross DID 6ttl st"3 d.
Will furnish good recommendations.
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN IN PATENT
attorney's ofllco; one familiar with
type-writer prcfci rod , Address P O BOX 808,
city.' -u ., r ti
rANTED-AT 008 M ST N W. A GOOD
VV cook, washer and Ironor; must come
WANTED-FIRST CLASS WAITERS AND
pastrycook. TEMPLE CAFE, 003 0th
st n w: good wages; best of refs required.
TirANTED-A CAREFUL, COMPETENT
,Y V woman to go to soashoro to tako care
of.throo ehlldrod, agcdiltoB; brlngrcfs. ii
IBthstn-w. ' n"
irANTED-TWO GERMAN GIRLS-ONK
VV for cook, tho other for housomaldand
waiting; both to wash and Iron, and must
stay at night. Apply at 53) Cth stnw after
about 17 .years old
an hclner in a
Apply at 314 Pa avo n w.
WANTED-A COMPETENT AND RE
spcctablc colored girl to cook and do
gcncialiiouseworkfor two lu lamlly; stay
nignf Apply bio mourn w.
-17ANTED-ATC06'18TII ST N W.ACOL-
V V orcd girl, about 1 1 or 11 years: one that
Can stay at night and Is neat and tidy.
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG
colored man, n situation with family
going away, or place In city. Call or address
44 s stnw. f r t 7
ANTED-BY A WHITE GIRL, WHO
can furnish good refs, a situation as
Chambermaid and waitress or eeamstross.
Apply at house of present employer, 1011 1.
WANTED-A PLACE IN PRIVATE FAM
lly as coachman or waiter, or to work
about the house; can furnish good references.
K31 Madison st n w.
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE COL
ored man a situation to do general
housework In a private family; good city
references gH en. Call or addross 1338 5th st
WANTED-BY AVRESPECTABLE" COL-1
orcd gltl a situation as chambermaid,
ornnrse; fully experienced and capable. Call
or address U13 11th stn w.
WANTED-RT AJYOUNQ GERMAN LADY
a position as companion, lady's maid or
wlthohftdrcn In a genteel family; oxpeft lu
sewing; would like' to travel; references.
Address Box 371 City P. O.
WANTED ajhc ISLE AXEOUS.
AdurtUtmtBtt under tllt htad, fourllnaor
Utt, 25 ctnttfor thra Intirtlont: 00 centtfor tlx.
1T7ANTED-A TENANT FOR SUMMER
V V months for beautlluL 7iToora honso Irr
Anaoostia; neatly lurnisneu; gas ami water;
half square of street cars; rent moderate to
responsible parties. Apply 820 K st s e.
ITTANTED Vnn AN EASY SHAVE GO TO
VV 603 14th st, opp Wlllard's; hair outtlng
uuitv 111 lirsb uiubs niy.u, at Ytiisu uy gutiuu
people In nil large cities; Washington Btylo
cut to ordci ; whisker trimming and dyeing a
1TTANTED 1 PAIR SECOND-HAND PLAT-
VV form Bcalos, to weigh 800 pounds or
mora.,Addres, with price, C, II, CANFIELD,
X 17 ANTED-!'. C. MERRY.'na K;ST N W,
VV pays cash for old books; school, law
and mi dlcal books a specialty; will bay. sell
or exchange; large stock of novels at half
roil SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
T70R SALE -A GOOD. 8TRONO AND
JI rrOomyBhrrey; price 800. t37Cstno.
IOR SALE-A NICE DRIVING HORSE,
? weight 000 lbs; 8 years old; warranted
perfectly sound and gontlo. Apply or ad
dress 8. N. II.. l.SI O st s e.
T70R SALE-THREE SnOW CASES. STORE
U stovo, two clocks, baby earrlago, sow
ing machine, caipots and fow lots offmnl
turo. Address II, E , 23J Mass avu.
IJIOH SALE-rA HANDSOME BUGQYPHAE
' ton and harness. In porfect order; stioug,
light and durablo; Very llttlo used, Apply
at 3183 Dnnbarton ave, Georgetown.
IOR SALE-CABIN SLOOP YACHT; 8
: years old; well found; In good order; fast
and ahlo; lying foot of Mil St. Address P. O.
ZOST AND roUNV.
LOST-BLUE SKYE TERRIER, YELLOW
bangs and feet; answers to name of Hal.
Id turn to 1213 11th tt n w, and receive re
ward. LOfaT-JUNESS. IfiHO, LAROE BLACK AND
tan collie pun, 8 months old. Howard It
rttmncd to 1133 Dili st n w; answers to name
of Lion. , .
LOhT-A BLUE SKYE TERRIER, YELLOW
head and feet; nnswerata tho name of
Hal. Under will please return tottiU lltli
st anjjjrctcivo rewaru
T OST-J3 REWARD ABOUT SATURDAY,
Xi Juno 13, a small, yellow femalo Jluok
Hound, 12 jiounds wefght, 1 year old, Re
turn to 1011 II stnw.
c o uNTit r n v, i , us ta tv.
SOU"! II DROOKLAND,
WITH CITYbTREETS, AVENUES AND
FOR BALE-Tho beautifully situated traot
of land called "South llrookland" having
been subdivided In aocordanco with tho plan
of tho city, with streets 00 foct nnd acnuo
130 feet wide. Is now placed on the market.
It Is on the lino of the Metropolitan lt.lt.,
south of and adjoining llrookland, about ono
mile north of tho city, and but n short ills
tanco from the electric cars, and near tlio
University. Only ten minutes' drlvo to tho
city by Central avenue, all of whloli makos it
very desirable, and property whloh will rap
Idly Increase In value. For the present lots
win Uo sold at tho low prlco of from 3 to li
cents on easy forms. For plats, etc, apply to
WM.O.DENISON. OAlFst.n. W.,
BEDFORD W. WALKER, 1000 F st. n, w.
COMMISSIONERS OV DEEDS.
CH. BUNDY, COM'R 09 DEEDS AND NO
,' ,wj rwbu, m Us wt wp, m,
AtlttrUicmtntinmhr Ml hml, four llnei or
ttn, ss ctnltfor thrte Iniirtlont; to ctnttfor tlx.
T?OR ItENTIN A nRUIIIT UAY-WINDOW
ii house, 708 8th st n w, three or four cheer
ful rooms; ono of them second-story front;
eenirai, quioi, reasonauMi; nnani u noairen
IOR RENT - DELKIIITrULLY COOL
flats, central! deslrahln location for rcnt-
g furnished rooms: all con onjencos: 2d and
3d floors, 1831 12 st n w, near I'a aro; key 13 IS
lOX RENT-ON CAPITOL IIIt.L-FOR THE
l; summer, two, three or four cool, airy
furnished rooms, with or without prlllego
of light hoHsckeeplng!tcrmsvery reasonable.
.114 A st n c.
Ji"OR RENT-IN A PRIVATE FAMILY,
: where you can hayo tho, comforts of a
fiumok a nicely furolshed. ropm,
bath room udJoiHlng; 'terms mi
Fierce lacc. K" ' '
'POR nT.NT-TROfi, COOL IIOOM4 FOR
X summer. 800 10th st n w. .
T70H lir.NT-60S L ST N W, FURNISHED
J1 front rooms, 1st a ml 3d floors, at reason
able rates; tablo hoard If desired; references
rcnulrcdTCall between 0 and 12 a mora and
IFOR RENT-OOa K ST N W, LARflE FRONT
! second stpfyroom; four windows; sum
merrateSffnrnlsliCTr. TJIOH RENT-A CHEERFUL, NEWLY
X furnished room; mantel bed; pleasant
surroundings; suitable for a gentleman;
milct prlvato family; references. 1110 11th
st. Cars pass door.
T?OR RENT-3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS
K for light housekeeping, on second floor;
rent IV!. ua p st n w.
TjHH RENT-ONE NICE UNFURNISHED
X front room, northeast corncr.Btu and II
"TWR-RENT DEBK ROOM IN ONE OF THE
Pi IAAt iMf,1lv.foi'lltiit! tnM Inflin .lf
ipply un Pa a e n w
I Mil RENT-JlO-tJKI'nnNTHIIBpn.'RONT
' room; heat and gas. In third story, 1019
lutn st, lacing park, inquiro at 1017 loin at,
corner of Jtassi aro, whore there are other
racant rooms. .
IrtOR RENT-UNFUHNIBHBD-3 LAROE
: rooms on Sd floor, at 108 1 stnw, for $18
SIOMMUNICATINO OFFICE ROOM8.AND
' a fow rooms suitable for Department
lelals. In 14J0 and 1421 N Y ave: convenient
to the Departments. Applyl4BiN Y?avo.
Fit J1ENT FURNISHED- CHEERFUL
slngloioom, with good tablo boardf refs
exchanged. 1013 12th st n w.
TnOR RENT-TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS
X on 2d floor; also ono furnished room,
suitable for one or two gentlemen; cars pass
thednor. niailthstn.w. ,
'OR RENT-FURNISHED OR' UNFUR'
X nlshcd. rooms for light housokeoplng;
will board It desired; cheap to permanent
tenant; southern'- exposuro; mod Imps, 1113
K st n w.
IJIOR RENT-FURNISHED-TIIREE NICE
7 larco comfortable rooms: 2d floor: also
one on 8d floor; oxccllent location; southern
exposuro. Apply ai Grant Placo.
I70R RENT-B07 4TII ST N W, DOUBLE
: parlors; beautifully paperod and fur,
nlshcd; In handsome now houso opposlto
Judiciary Square; cool and delightful In sum
men nlsp ulhor ypoms; terms: very low.
T70R RENT -BEAUTIFUL SUMMER
X rooms, slnglo or on suite; In prlvato fam
ily; furnished' largo, doublo corner house;
south and cast front; rets required. 1101 K
tfOtV RNT-RQpMSibUlT40R, SINGLE,
X1 south front, with board; Government
reservation In" front; north of Pa. ovet tablo
board; refs exchanged. 180311'stti WV
FOUR MEN CAN HAVE ROOM AND
board whero two will room together for
SI a week. 18 New Hampshire avo, bot T
and U sts n w.
OR RENT-rTHREE DELIGHTFULLY SIT
. uated unfurnished, rooms on S.1 floor:
also Site unfurnished room on Sd floor; largo
otosets; no children takerf. 1114 10th st n w.
OH RENT AND BOARD-NICELY FUR
nlshed rooms, en sulto or slnclo. with
at h room, nt too gist st n w.
I70R RENT-COOL. PLEASANT ROOMS,
' en sulto or slnglo; south front; largo
closets; also four or flvo rooms for houso
keeping; summer rates. 1800 1 st n w.
mon rtENT TimEE uNrun iiooms.
X nowly painted and papered; In family
of two adults; references exchanged
OR RENT-KNFUR FlRST-FLOORrs
rooms: bav wlndow:hot and cold water:
largo baek vara! hot on oold bath on second
floor. 1 153 tlth st n w
I?OR RENT-LARGE COOL PARLORS;
; also several smallor rooms with largo
.cars; tcrmeamoderate; transient guosti ao
commouaicu. iki 1 Bin TV,
TTOR RENT-A SUITE OF FUR TIOOMS.
jl ursi noor, iacing norm ana souin; largo.
cool ana airy, uoligutfui for summer,
"ITIon RENT-FURNISHED-TWO LARGE
X1 communicating rooms, cool, well lighted;
very moderate rent; references given and re
quired. 409 M st n w.
TJ0R RENT UNFURNISHED FRONT
P rnnm. :M floor: fnmlfthnil room In now
tnaykWJrmow ptick; near lines 01
room sultableor, ofllco; two ln.ro
DoaTa. tju. to em st n w.
FOR" RENT SEVERAL SOUTH FRONT
nnd cnmmunlcatlna rooms: furnished or
unfurnished! first second and third floors;
Northern private family. SMI Bitnw,
JnOH RENT-ItOOMS-FURNI8nED AND
: unfurnished. Inqnro 809 Ninth Bt.ir it.
1TOR RENT-817 FIFTEENTH 8TREET N
J w.'J'iirnlshed or' Unfnrnlsbed rooms, ou
suite; also office room to rent. ?
T70n;nENT-508' fifth street n w, op
Xposlto Pension Ofuoo, neatly furnished
parlor and one oomronnlcafing room back,
with front pud back porches; other furnished
rooms on fourth floor; back room on second,
rOlt SALE AND RENT,
OEAL ESTATE BUU.ETIN
TROS. E. WAGGAMAN. 917 F street.
Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdays.
TWO-STORY BRICIf AND FRAME HOUSES
ai4Astnorf b, 0 )-8,,-,.,.,......,.,,,..Sr,0o0
113 list no. bh,7rs 4,250
SIC toSSS 13th st and Ky avo, bet B st and
scuxo s- e;... . .,.1 4,000
10SH V et n W, b h, 0 rs .,,.. 3,800
11113 ISth st n w, f h, 7rs 3,775
205 iilU st n w. b h, 6 rs..... 1... 3,000
Alley between Oth and 7th, L and M sts.
nw.fh. 4 is 1 3.500
ejtoCSO stno, f h, 4rs 3,500
38aiid4JMyitlastue,hh.7rs ....1. 1.400
.1408 N stnw, bh, mT,7rs..,.t 8.800
ssi to 3ill D st s u. f bio is 1... 3 000
snjothstsc, Uli, a rs.iv,. .,..).. 3.000
614Cthst t e,-fh,7rs S.5O0
WiOaudOllIstao, f h,6rs.,..., 8,500
837to841Sdstse, f b, 4rs 9,400
auandaiiMets w, fh.lrs s.300
rjssdstn w, oh, 5rs , '.'.coo
13 Myrtle st n u.b h, 7rs S,000
Alley but. 41 aim un, 11 aim 1 sts s w, 1 a,
dru : COO
,408I.BtHO,bll,3 rs 500
UNIMPROVED FROPERTYFOR SALE.
Hopkins st, bet O and P n w $1"H
IIst.bctN 11 ave aud 33th t n w. ,. 1 S3
II st, bet 3d and 4th so 1 S3
13(st, bet Canal and On w 100
Massno, bet Del avo and C stno 1 ou
Met, bot 41 unci lltli sw , 73
NocorVamoftiul M tsn w... ..I 70
(iBt.betSd and 3d sts no CO
Swcor3d nnd L sts no , 50
15th st, bot NO avo and Bst no 30
HOUSES FOR RENT.
lho "Maltby," cor N, J, avo and
Dstnw ,.. ,.. $1,00000
lil7Nstn w, fur. 13 rs 1. S50O0
lBUIstnw, fur. is r law
liso 13th stnw. fur, 10 r 1 ooo
sou P st n w, fur. 13 r M 00
l&iOLst nw, IQrs ... 73 00
Mi O stnw, 11 r?.i.w MOO
010 11 st it w, 8 rs 50 85
2031 1 et n w, 14 rs 50 00
511 Fst nw.iors,. 5000
STORES, OFFICES, ETC.
Sir and cellar. 10th and E sts n w...
Strrm 703 7th stn w 00 00
Hall, N Y ave, bet 13th and 14th sts; 50
aiugm, sn (my.
Str and dwg, 810 Dtn st nw.7is. ,,.,
016 I' st 11 w.sd floor, front room.,. ..,
Hall, istli and E sts n w 1
Strand dwg 43 II stn w.Ors.i,
Str aud dwg 007 14th stnw, Ore, ,,,,,
Oth nndl'aruo, room ia.. ...
Stable, 1418 Ktn w
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safoas U. S. bonds; 0 per cont., payable
quarterly; Ineums $100 to f 1,000; small pre
In sums to suit at d per cont.
1 he abovo Is only a jortion of tho property
on my books. For full list call atouluofor
bulletin Issued on tho 1st and 13th.
1 ' " 1 1 '' ' -
ISAA -jv v A. A'VyVx'VtVNAAAW
503 D street ucrthwost,
1 Wasblcgton, D.p,
Webster Law Bolldlng, '
Aihntiuimnli umltr (hit htail, four Una or
'??'.?. ".".'ff'"' ,tl'" "trtfwi W cttior tlx.
ROF1WS0R JLE.riALL COMMENCES
j new summer olaSfes at W, L. I, Armory,
under Albaugh's Opera llonso. In fencing.
Ijidlejai'd gentlemen separate Terms only
TUSTn'B Ot,D STAND 18 THE ONLY
O place wherd first olass socona hand clothe
lug can be sold at rcspcotabl&prlccs,. Aa
dress or call at CIO D st. n. w
roil ILK NT tlO IMM.
AilttrliimtnltMmltrthXt tilnA. fnur llntt or
Ittt, ! coin for thrtt tourtlont; OO wnf for ilx.
J70R REHT-NKW RRtCK HOUSE, 809 SD
I .st n e; 8 rooms; all mod Imps; tts. Call
or address OWNBU, 3108d it n o.
Iron RENT-VERY DESIRARLK 8-HOOM
brick honso at 33 D st a o, for ta (In ad
vance) rent per month to h family with no'
small children or child. Call on tho OWNER
In the house.
I TOR RENT 311TJ STN W.M ROOM HOUSE,
! all mod Imps. Apply 133 E stnw, cor
ncr gd st, bet la and n ji m.
170R RENT-A BMALt, FAMILY (ADULTS
: preferred) with reforenocs can have a
furnlsheil houso until September 13 for $70
per month. Call at promises, 715 aist st,
TJIOR RENT-AT A HAROAIN IF TAKEN'
X Immediately, brand now 8 room brick
houso. with modern . Improvements, on Tat
iifnr lhtlu Apply at 1318 q. stnw.
T70R HENT-10-ROOM BRICK IIOUSK
X all modern contcnlcnces; iia flutnw
Inqulra at 437 O st; S43 In summer, SSObal
17(011 RENT-A NEW BAY-WINDOW 11
; room brick houso, with liardwootl roan-i
tcls, hovelled glass mirrors, tlio hearths and
fatlngs; northwest location, and ono square
fromlierdlo line; prlco HO. IAS. C. SPHIOO,
14il N Y avo.
Fit RENT-SMALL FAMILY ONLY
cory llttlu houso, IN Mass avo. noar Pen
sion pmcc; 5 rooms, collar, gas watcrla
t robot $J0, In advance Apply 437 7th st n w,
gd floor, room 5.
I70R RENT 113 0T1I ST N W, 10 ROOMS,
: all with southern, exposure; two squares
from Patent, Post and Pension 'Offices and
market: well located for room rcntlngr
Owner, ill Estn w.
JJ10R RENT-J'ROMJULY. 1, AT NOMINAL
X rates to adults, during summer; whole"
Or part of furnished' houso; Including parlor;
referoncoH required. Call at laaothatn-w
I70RHENT-A HANDSOMELY FINISHED
? ton room dwelling house; noar tho Capi
tol; 2S0 North Capitol st, InqulrontS North
Capitol it-i . - 1 1 -, T . v t ,
OR HENTt-TOR'TlfE" BUMHRR-FAItT
di a furnished house; cool and pleasant,
furnished rooms: south front; terms
low. 1809 1 stnw.
JJIOR RENT-801 TENTn STREET NORTn
! cast; brick; six rooms and bath; all mod
lmns! cars and herdlcs pass door: S18 nor
month; tmmcdlato posssesslon. Apply at
JTiOR 11ENT FURNISHED II0USH '5M
ssd stnw, from July 1 to October!, at
x per month; no children; references re
quired. ITtOR RENT TEN-ROOM BRICK HOUSE,
! opposlto Judiciary Square, on O st; all
modern conveniences; newly papered; baok
porchos; (43 In summer, $50 balance of year.
Inquire at 437 O st.
FOR SALE-A H TER CENT. INVEST
mont 12 small brick houses In Columbia
Torraco; prlco for all, $10,500; terms to suit;
always rented at $10 per month each. Inquire
at S113 Pcnna ave.
;.. ltOIRlAvan w,l7rs.f,w,
Dupont Circle, 14 rs
1810 18th st n W.-13 rs
141! Mass ave, 17 rs and stable,
1714 Conn avo. 18 rs
. 2O0 00
r ico 07
HM Mobs avo n w.11 1. 100 07
1808 Mass avc, 18 r 130 00
1113 (1 nw, 11 rs ami store... U5 00
1730 Mass ave,17rs....
1700 15th stnw, 10 rs..,
103 Mass ave, 13 rs.;,
0 ji bi n w, 13 ra
l?JSl6t n w,l3rs. 83X1
101821st stn w. 11 rs..
1401 Htougutonst, 11 r
503Estnw.llrs..t t )i.
1514 l'st nw.isrs.i
WKaOstnw, Jfrsand stable.
col 18th tt n w,
14 15 N stnw, 11 rs
111anBiaw.il rsi, ..... ...,..,...,
1112 13th stnw.Wrs.. i,,,,;..,., ....
vin x uven w, urBi.,uf.,".....i.
014 ISth stn'.lOra.... .4, ...... -,.,...
403 G stn W, 12 rs j 50 50
UUflBIIlVitl rs k , auuj
1008 10th Btnw.Ors 60 00
1748 Corcoran st, Ors , 43 50
032NYave,10 rs... 43 00
1150 17th st n w: 7 rs 45 00
017 14th st n w. 7 rs 43 00
1110 13th st nw, 10 r 43 00
8is N J, avo n w, ors.. 45 00
1708M8tnw,7rs..., 43 00
1009 list 11 W, Ors ,., 37 60
1538 Plcrco Place, 10 rs..,.:.., 42 00
1801 q stnw, ors...,, 50 00
1721 15th stnw, Ors 40 00
S410 lltb-Btn w, 10 rs , 40 00
1400 Chopin st.ors 40 00
1007 16th st n w, 10 rs 4000
2-108 14th stnw.10 rs 40 00
1330 Rlggs Stnw, Ors 35 00
1333 lllggs st n w, Ors..., , 35 00
1334 Rlggs Bt, fl rs 33 00
158089th stn w.7rs, ,.. S3 00
1305 Mh Bt nw, Ors.. 30 00
inoaicthstnw,7 rs oo
1507 Carollno et, 7 rs S3 00
Ilia abovo houses can bo examined by per
mlt from our office only.
THOMAS J. FISHER CO.,
13il F St. n w.
60512thst,15rs $100 00
87 Iowa Circle 14 r 83 S3
33S7 N st n w, 13 r GO 00
losossdst, 10 rs moo
1503 Vermont avc, 10 rs 50 00
1415 II st n e, bouse and storo 13 30
733S1stBt, 13 rs CO00
1413WBtnw,0r S3 60
933 9th stno, 5 rs 10 30
1500 Gales Bt, Ors 11 50
1 houses, 13th and Kentucky avo 10 50
CHA8, E. HANE8,
With John F. Waggaman,
N. W. Cor. 14th and 0 sts. if. w.
'OJt SALE LOTS.
aluablo lots In square 180. adlolnlng tho
renhlcnro nf the, lato w. W. Corcoran.frontlns
on Connecticut avenuo and on I strcot north
and near. Larayctto Square and Farragut
hquaro, and being subdivision lots 15. 10, 17,
18, 19, 20. 21, 22, 23, 24, 85, 80, 27 In W, W. Cor
(oran's subdivision of .squaro 180, In Wash
ington city, D. o. Apply to
' ANTHONY HYDE,
CHARLES M. MATTHEWS,
Tnutces of the Estatoof W. W. Corcoran,
714 15th Bt n w, Washington, 1). C.
FRANK B. CONGER.
1415 F STREET.
3,978 square feet of ground for $10,000; s. e.
cor, New Hampshire avo. and R st,
8,053 squaro feet of ground for $9,000; cor,
of Now nampshlro avo., 25th and II sts,
4,Ar squaro feet ot ground for 3,000; s, w,
cor, Virginia are. and 24th st.
1?OR BALE-ABOUT ONE HUNDRED LOTS
! In sanarcs 017 and 008, near North Capi
tol, N and 0 sts, n, w.; on lino of the Eeklng
ton Btreet Railway, and noar tho new depot
of BalUuora and Ohio Railroad Company!
fair prlco, long time and email payments ta
" L.M. SAUNDERS A. BRO.,
FECIAL SUMMBH INSTRUCTION,
D sts, 11, w. Exceptional advantages for
training during thu summer months in Rapid
Writing, Book-keeping, English Branches.
Telegraphy, Shorthand and Tpyo-wrltlng,
Special classes for students fitting for tho
higher grades In public schools. Morning
sosBlons, 0 to IS; evening, 0 to 8. Call or send
HENRY O. STENCER, LL. R , ,
HAHA A. 8PENCER,
rpHE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANQUAaES.
TERMS BEOIH NOW. t
Adurllinntntt undir Mis htad, four llnisor
tat, S3 ctnttfor thrtt Inttrtlont! 50 ctnttfor tlx.
A largo and welMoctc,d niece of RI18I
NE'f'f property situated on f e corner of 14th
nndllstsnw, lots A. II, 0,1) and B, so Si'),
containing lo.eoo squaro feci f ground and
2 story brick warehouse, SOxlsc;
s-tory,brlck dftico, axoo;
2 story frame V, archouso (corrugated Iron
Now renting for l,fw) per annum, proper ty
and renting yaluo Increasing; an excellent
Price, f 30,000.1. ......i... Terms easy.
So fait of iq Ml, containing M.ooo squara
ftef Of ground situated on tho PENNSYLVA
NIA RAILROAD tracks; 3 small houses; rent
raying taxes on entlrosnusro; an excellent
location nra LUMIIER, COAL or MANU
rilcafjOo. per foot .Terms easy.
I G undivided Interest Inarcnlcstato syndi
cate .owning several largo and valuablo
" Trlco 150,000.
An undivided 1 Interest In the wharf prop
erty foot of ,10th and II sts 1 W, containing
C5,CC0 square, feet of ground and Improved by
4 largo warehouses, 1 large ofllco building, a
well built and new wharves, now renting for
.14,000 per annum.
lTIeo tiO.000 Terms easy.
Tho abovo properties must bo sold and tho
undersigned solicits and will entertain bids
on all or nny.part jof same. Titles guaranteed
JAMES F. HARBOUR.
431,10th stnw,, ,
ISth and Md avo s w.
15th. near K st n w. etecant brlek
buildings; lotsM.1l by about 103.... $00,000
l'st, bet. 17th and 18th sts, largo brick
dwelling, 14 rooms, a bnth rooms and .
all modern Improvements 10,000
19th nnd R sts n w, beautiful location,
three-story and tmtoncnt- brick, ten
rooms nnd bath, all modern Improve
O nnd S1st sts n w. beautiful now brick
houses, never occupied, Improving
neighborhood. Prom........7,500to 8,500
SOU), bet I and K sts n w, two eight
room bricks. Forbotl 8,500
ISth, between JI and N sts n w, brick
ii arail 1 1 n re ....... . .... ...
' Georgetown, 34th near N sC, new three-
siqry nriaa. n rooms, oain anil cel
lar,' with all "-modern improvements;
good brick stable on allev In rear, , , .
4N0W Hampshlro ave, nbovo Lstnw,
yaiuaoie location, inreo-siory anu
basement brick, all modern Improve
ments and In excellent orAtr;.i
S, between Oth and 10th .sts, 3-story
oricK, e rooms ana Dam, an moucru
Improvements , 0,250
R, between 17th aud 18tlt sts n w, 3-
story C-room frame, lcta3xlC7..,....5,7CJ.&0
E, near 4th st n wr three story and
basement brick, seven rooms and
bath, good lot,.
Lo Droit Park, Spruce st, now 3-story
10-room brick with all mod Imps.
riorco Place, betl4th,and 13th, 2-story
brick, Droorn.vand bath, all modern
Now York ave, bot 4th and 5th sts n w,
0 room brlok house, lot worth nearly
the price 3,300
Washington st, bet 4th and 6th sts n w,
2 story brlok 0 rooms, bath and cellar,
rents at $22.80 per month 3,000
A number of 0 room brick houses In tho
northwestern tond northeastern sec
tions of the 'city, ranging In prlco
from $1,500 to $3,200, that can be pur- '
chased on n small cash payment and
I st, bet N Capitol and. 1st n w, 8 room
brick dwelling In splendid order,
will bo sold at a bargain.
2d sts c.bctvtecnCaudiD sts,'lot07x
103, Improved by 2 story, 7 room
fiame. Price per Bqnaro foot VOcts.
North II st, between Slst and S2d. 3- ,
story and cellar brick,, good stable;
lot 20x140, and worth the money
asked for tho premises. Must be sold
to close an estate
7th st near Boundary; good business
location; large lS-room brick.
C bet 11th and 12th n e; three lots,
16X100 each, ono lot 12x100. Prlco
per squaro foot .'.. COcts.
North sldo of N st, bet North Capitol
and 1st sts west, facing New York
ave and on line of 'tho cloctrlOToad;
lots 18x93 each.
Georgetown, southeast comer of 35th
and It sts; lot 201SO. Prlco pecsquaro
root.... !.. si 00
Sonth side of 31 st, between sad and
23d sts n w, lot it. squara 51, 54 8
frontage, containing 4,007 squaro ft, ;
prlco nor square ft...,,i 1.1 21 S3
A splendid farm on tho RockvUlotiirn-T
Pike, about 0 miles from tho city,
containing K0 acres; good buildings,
good fencing, seven springs of ncicr
fulling water: In very high Btato of
cultivation. This is one of the most
desirable places on this pike, and wo
can sell It at a good bargain.
Hyattsvlllo, Md.. on the B.O.R.R.
ten minutes rldo to tho olty; high
land, beautiful scenery, all cono
nlences of town, such as good storos,
churches nnd schools; lioiscs and
lots for salo at modcrato prices.
B. II. WAllNUR &. CO.,
'st, bet Slst and 23d", sts, 3 story brick, 0 rs,
cellar and bath; best repair; lot 20x140.
T st, bet 15th and 16th sts, 3 s torv brick, 8 rs,
cellar and bath; lot 18x100. Prlco .. .$0,500
ISth st, bet (J aud R stn, 2 story brick, 8 rs
and bath; cellar; lot 22x63. Prfce....$0oo
Sdst, betK and F sts, 8 story brlok, 8 rs and
bath: lot 23x140. .Price........". .rS7,500
Get our Jnno bulletin.
B. F. GILBERT CO.,
033 F st n w.
Managers Takoma Tark.
o tn w.scvcrat brown etono fronts.
13th Btn w, nrTst
CI ntn w. nrlOth
llll s& 11 w, nr ., '1XI;
II f n w. lint. 15th anil lGth.
LcDrolt Park, cottage and large lot, , , .
Pierce st, 3 story brick
T Bt aw, bet 13th and 16th ,
I.Bt n w, bct8dand4tlu .....
Oth stn w, nrR
K st n e, nr North Capitol
Wst n w. nrl3tb,..n.. i...,
Vermont avo jirT. frame
7th Bt 11 e, nr East Capitol
SI, Al. t'AltlVCIf,
1418 V st. n. w.
MONET TO' LOAJT.
AdrtTiutminti uniltr thlt htad. four Unit or
till, ttctntt for thrtt Inttrtlont; 50 centt for tlx
MONEY TO, LOAN.
In all sums, constantly on; hand, at 5 and 0
per centon approved rearostate speurlty.
M. M. PARKLR,
INSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ,ARB Au
thorized by tho United Security, Life In
Buranco nnd Trust Company of Philadelphia
to nd auco monoy on Improved property In
Washington up to 73 per cent, of actual mar
ket value, with or without llfo Insurance
Loans payable In monthly or quarterly In
stallments, running, 5, 10, 15 or 80 years. In
many Instances tho payments aro los than
me rental 01 a uouso. r
1 II. SMITH - SON,
1223 F it n w.
1TONEYTOLOANONREAL ESTATE OR
?X first class securities at lowest rates of
Interest. No delay whero soourlty Is good.
O. O. GllEEN,
303 7tb St. n.W.
MONEY TO LOAN
In sums to suit
(On Approved Real Kstato Security.
11. U. WARNER-CO,
010 F Bt. n. W.
S. S. SHEDD & BR0
Lawn Vases and Settees.
ECONOMY GAS RANGES
'For Summer Cooking.
PLUMBING, TINNING AND FURNACE
WORK DONE PROMITLY,
432 Ninth St. N. W.
Gas Retort Stove,
Either With or Without Side Boiler,
Holding ten quarts 91 water.
pas Stoves With Ovens,
GARDEN ROSB. GAS FIXTURES, PLUMB
ING AND GAS FITTING.
E. F. BROOKS,
331 15th St., Opp. Treis. Dept.
nmm m t-;z
IIOTllLS ASP JtESTAUllA NTS.
Comer 15th and I streets northwest,
II. M. CAKE,
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
THE MOST EXQUISITE CUISINE IN WASH
Arrangements can bo mado for
RECEPTIONS, DINNER AND THEATRE
Wlccs, Liquors and Cordials by tho bottlo
O. G. STAPLES, late of Thousand 1st. Homo,
WABHINaTON, D. 0
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Fire Escapes.
TERMB-13.00 and, $4.00 TerDay.
A QUIET AND ELEGANT HOTEL,
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St,,
NEW YORK CITY.
JAMES II. llnESMN, proprietor.
OT. JAMUS HOTKL,
SIXTH STIt-ET AND TBNNA. AVE.,
L. WOODBURY, Proprietor.
The Grpat-Pennsrlvniiia Route,
To the Noitb, West and Southwest.
Double Track, Splendid Scenery,
bteel Ralls. Magnificent Equipment.
Trains leave W asblngton from, station, cor
ner of Sixth add II streets, as follows:
Fon PiTTsni'no and tho West. Chicago Lim
ited Express of Pullman Vcstlbuled Cars at
9 50 nm dally; Fast Lino, 9 50 am dally tu
Cincinnati and St. Louis, with sleeping .cars
from Ilttsbnrg to Cincinnati and Harrlsburg
to St. Louis; dally, except Satnrday, to Chi-
lu ot. ivwii., un.ij', VAtui, oaimuiij, lu V....'
rnco. with slecnlne carAltoonato ChlcaL-o.
Western Express at 7.40 p m dolly, with
sleeping cars Washington to Chicago and St.
Louis, connecting dally at Harrlbtirg with
through' sleepers for Loultvlllo and Memphis.
Pacific Express, 10 CO p m dally, for nttsliurg
anu mo iw, wun inrnugu sicepcr 10 1 111s
bnrg nnd Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND TOTOMAC RAILROAD.
Fon Kak7- Canandalgua, Rochostcr and
Niagara Falls dally, except Sunday, 8.10 a m.
Fon Enir, Canandnlgua and Rochester
dally; for Buffalo and Niagara dally, except
Saturday 10 00 p m. with bleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon WiiiiiMsronT, Look Itaven and Elmlra,
at 9.50 am dally, oxcept Sunday,
Fan l'liiLiurLniu, New York and tho East,
7.20, 9.00, 11.00 and 11.40 am, 2 50, 4.10,10 00
and ll.20pm. On Sunday, boo, 11,40 am, 250,
4.10, 10.00 and 11.20 pm. Limited Express of
Pullman Parlor Cars, 940am dally, oxcept
Sunday, and 3.43 p m dally, with Dining Car.
Fon PmunrxruiA only. Fast Express, 8.10
a m week days, and 8.10 p m dally.. Express,
8.10 p m dally A,ocom , il.oo p m dally
Fon BostoKj v, ltbout change, SM p ra ovory
Fob BnooKitN, N,Y all through trains
connctt at Jersey City with boa ts of Brooklyn
Annex, atTordlng direct transfer to Fulton.
strect,avodltig double fi,rrlago across New
Fon AWJiimo Ctrr. 11 OOnnd 11.40 a m week
Fon BjH-Ttwonr, 0.33, 7.20, 8.10,9 00,0.40,0 50,
11.00 and 11.40 a m, 13 05, 2.10. 2.50,3.45,4.10,
4.20,4.40,6 00, 7.40, 810, 10 00 and 11.20pm.
On Sunday, 0 00, 0 03, n.50, 11.40 a in, 2.10, 2.50,
8,45, 4.10. 0.00. 7.40, 8.10, 10.00 and 11 20 p m.
Fon Port's CnxEit Line, 7.20 a m and 4.40 P
m dally, except bunday,
FosAKMArous, 70 and 000 am, 13,05,4 20
and 0.00 p m dally, oxcept Sunday. Sundays,
9.03 am, 4,10 pm.
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG
RAILWAY, AND ALEXANDRIA AND
in rrrrcT scat 12, 1889.
FonALEXANnniA. 4 30. 8 33. 7.45, 184.108.40.206.
10 57 a m, 13 Ol noon, 8 05, 4,25, 4.55, 0.01, Bin,
802, lOusund 11.87pm. On Sunday nt 4.80,
220.127.116.11, ip.57 a a, 2.35, 0 01, 8 (fcJand'lWB'
AccoMvonAnoN for Quantlco, 7.43 a m, and
4 65 pm weekdays. 7 43 am Sundays.
Fon Richmond and the South, 4.10, 10.57, a
m dally, and 0 21 p m dally, excopt Sunday.
TraiNs leavo Alexandria for Washington,
005, 7.05, 8.00, 9.10, 1015, 11 07. a m: 1 20,.00,
3.10,5.10,7.03, 8 00. 0.20, 10 33 and 11 03 p in,
On Sunday at 0.10 and 11.07 am; 2.00,5.10,
7.05, 8.00, 95 and 10.33 pm.
Tickets and Information at tho ofllco,
northeast corner 13th street and Pennsylva
nia avenue, and at the station, where orders
can be left for the chceklnirof baircaeo to
1 destination from hotels and residences.
C1IAB. ii. 1'UUll, J, It. WOOD,
General Manager. Gen, Pass. Agent.
Baltimoro & Ohio Railroad.
Schedule In Effect Juno 15, 1889.
Lcavo Washington from btatlon comer of
New Jersey avenuo and C street.
Ton Chicago nnd Northwest, Vestlbuled
Limited express dally 11,20 am, express V 00
Fon Cincinnati, St, Louis and Indianapo
lis, express dally, 3 00 and 11:13 p. m.
Fon I'liTinuno and Cleveland, Vestlbuled
Limited express dally 11 SO a in and express
Fon Wiixxunu, Parkersburg and Principal
Stations on Main Line, Express dally, except
Monday, at 3.53 a m.
Fon LixiNUTON and Local Stations, tlO 30
Ion BALTiMonE, week days, 4 00,5.00,0.40,
7.20, 8,30, 9 30 (45 minutes), B.43, 11.00, 13.00, (13
minutes) a m. 13.10, 2.05 2.30 (43 minutes), 3.13
(45 minutes),"! 23, 4,25, 4 30, 4 S3, 5 30, 0.30, 7.00,
7.30,9.00,10 .Hand 11.80 p m. Sundays, 4.00,
7.20, 8 300 30 (IS minutes), 9 45 a m, 12 00, (15
minutes), 1.13, S 03, 2,30 (45 minutes), 3 23, 4 25,
4,35,0.30,7.00,7.30,9 00, 10.30 and 11.80 p. in.
Fon Wav Stations between Washington
and llnltlmore. 5.00. 0.40. 8.80 a in. 13.10. 3.23.
435,0.30, 1130 p m. Sundays, 8.30a m, 1.15,
3.85,4.33,0.30, 11.30 pm.
TnAihs leave Baltimoro for Wushlngton,
WCCkdnS,5.!0, 0.80, 0.30, 7.15, 7.20, 8 00(45
minutes), 8.30, 0.15. 10.20 (45 minutes) a m;
12.15, 1 45 (43 mlnntcs). S.OO, 3.00, 4.03 (45 min
utes), 4.15, 5 00, 0 00, ..', 7.40, 7.45, 8.00, 10 03,
lO.lOand 11.00pm. Sundays, 030, 7.15,830,
(MS, 10.20 (15 minutes) nm; ISA), 143 (43 min
utes), 2 00, 4.15, 5 00, 0.30, 7.40, 7.43, 8.00, 10.03,
IV IV UIIU Jl.lV I. Ill
Fon Bat Ridoe Trains leavo B. &0. do-
Jot, Washington, week days VSl'i a in, 1.23 and
33 p m. Sundays, 9 50 a m, 1.43and 3.15 p m.
Leavo Bay Ridge, weekdays, 0.10 and 8.30
pm. Sundays, 3.40, 8 00 and 9 00 pm.
l'on Ankaivlis, 0 40 and 8.30 a, m; 13 10, 1.25
and 0.30 p in. Ou bundays, 8.30 a m, 4 is p in.
Lein e Annapolis, 0.40, 8.37 a m; 13.03, 3.50 and
0.13 pro. Sundajs, 8.37 n m, 4 00 pm.
Fon Stations on the Metropolitan Branch,
10.45, (10.30 am, 1, 13 pm, for principal sta
tions only; tl0.30 a m, ft. mi and t5 30 p m.
Foil Ruckvilu: and 'ay btatlons, 1 1.3-5
Fon GAiTiirnsnuna and Intermediate points,
9 00 a m, 113.30, 5.35, tll.SOp in.
Fon Boin's aud Intermediate stations, t.00
pm, J10 00 pm.
Cuuucii TjtAin leaves Washington ou.Sn.ii
day at 1.15 pm, stopping at all stations on
Fon FiiEDiiuch.tO.lS, tlO.SOam, t3 00, 1130
pm, Sundays, 1,13pm.
Fan IlAUEnsTOWN, tio 30 n m, and t'1.30 p m.
Trains arrive from Chlcagodaily 11.45 a m
and 4.03pm; from Cincinnati nnd St. louls
dally 3 50 a muml 1.53 pm; from Pittsburg
7,10 am, 0 50pm dally.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIVIS
ION. Fon New Yomt, Trenton, Newark and
Elliabeth.N.J., '4 00, t8 00, 9.3H, 13,00 am.
3.30, VM and 'lOJO p in. Buffet Parlor
Cars on all day trains. Sleeping oar on tho
10.30 p m, open atu. pm. Thu 4,20 pin train
does not stop at Elizabeth.
Fon PuitAnELruiA, Nowark, Wilmington,
nnd Chester, "iW, 78 00. D.SO. 13 00 nni,
3 30, '4.80, 7,00 and 10.80 p in.
Foil lNTEimrniATE ioints between Balti
more and Philadelphia, 13.30 a m, 2.30 and
T4 au p ra.
Trains ieavi New York for Washington,
8.30, til. 00 am, 'LSC, .SO, 'J-IS, '5.00 pm,
and 18,00 night.
Trains lkavl Philadelphia for Washington,
4.10 .8.15, 11.10 a in, tl.33, ! 15, '3 03, S.U
Fon Atlantic Citv, 4 00 a m and 13.00 m.
For Wno Hiiancii and Ocean Grovo.tU 00 m.
t Except Sunday, Dally, bunday only,
lluot?ni-o called for and chocked irum no-
tcls and residences byunlon Transfer Coin
rany on orders left at ticket omcos, U19 and
UJlPa ao., ami at Deiiot.
J. T. ODKI.L. CHA
CHAD, O. NUULL.
Gtncral Manager Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Chosapoako & Ohio Route. .
Schedule In effect May 13, 1880.
Trains leave Union Depot, Sixth and 11
streets, 10 67 a m for Newport News, Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk, dally. Arrive In
Old Point at 5.(0 p in, and Norfolk at 0.-30
11:21 a m-CInoInnatl Express, dally, for
stations In Vlrplnla, West Virginia, Kentucky
and Cincinnati, Vestlbulo Sleepers through
without ohaneo to Cincinnati, arriving at 8.10
0.40 pm F, F.Y. Vestibule Special, dally,
solid trains with dining ears run through
without changa to Cincinnati, Vestlbulo
SJeertr for Lexington and Louisville,
Office, SIS Pennsylvania avenue,
IN TUB OUMBERLAND MOUNTAINS
A plijsiclmi toltl Tom Dlako tlmt ho
not only needed n cluuiao of sccuo,
hut Hint to rcKnln Ills licnltlt ho re
ijulicd nbsoluto ftccdom from limlncss
cares, "I would ndvlso yon," said tho
dotlor, "to Ret on n hoino nnd rldo
nwny, no innittr wlilllicr, (lo to tho
mountains; shun tlio merest suggestion
or uhlllintloiij In short, sleep out In
the wilds, llkon ticnr."
Ulnkc nttcniptcd to net upon this nd
lce. Ho stuffed a fow Bhlrts Into n
pair of Middle-hugs, mounted 11 loltluit
liorso nnd todo up Into tho ttrnnilctir of
rugged mountnln gorges, Ono uvenlng
lie came upon ft, nnrrow road, nnd,
follow In 1 It for some dlslmico, saw n
lioiife, It wis an oldi Inn. Ho tied his
horeo to n fence and went Into tho
house. There ho found n innn with n
pnirhmcnt fnco nnd small, evil eyes,
nnd n woman.
"Why, come In, sir, como In," snld
tho man, geltlnp; up nnd placing n chnlr
for lllnkc. "Wife nnd I hnvu heen so
lonesome foi- the last day or so wo been
wishing fomeuodv would come,
Tlio womnn removed n cob plpo f 10m
her mouth, diew tho back of n skinny
hand ncross her blue-looking lips, inndo
a noise like tho guttural croak of nn
old hen wili flic roup, and Bald, "Yes."
"'YWIltif couiw stny nil nlirht with
'' the innn J-emnrkcd. "Wo can't
possjbly nllow jou to go on. I'll go
out niii pnt up voiir hoiRC."
Jltake entered no objections. The
mtut enti out, put up tho horsonud
sobn.ictunied with a log of -wood.
."The morp tiro, w-o Rnvc tho more
chcerftil it will Jie;'' ho oxplnlned,
"puLHrtupectlngV" I10 nsked.
"Don't live nowhere near here, 1
''How long do yon expect to leinnln
In these parts?"
"I don't know."
The old woman mumbled something
to herself, nnd then: with a cnulntr
"He don't 'penr wlllln' tor tpll much
abou't Ulsso.'f. Some folks, is mighty
curl's thntcr way."
"Never mlnd,"flroll,,''tliahost quickly
responded. "It nint quite, time lot you
to'jmt in, except In tho way of getting
us, a una 10 cat."
She nroso wtthout tcplylng, nnd be
gan her linsty prepmntlons for supper.
"Ills a dull lima of year with us"
Bald tho host. "It hns' been nbout two
weeks rdnco our Inst boarder left, but I
reckon business will ppartcn up n little
when the spring season opens. '
lilako paid no nttcntion, except when
some sharp nnd unexpected noto in tho
old man's voice produced n tlngloof tho
Shortly nflcr supper, Blnko declared
his readiness to go to bed. Ho was
shown into n sort of shed loom, sepa
rated by n thin partition from the room
which lie. had just irulltcd.
Tho old mnu placed a smitterlntt
l candlo on the hearth, and, expressing
tnc nope mat nis guest womu pass a
quiet and peaceful night, withthew.
Ulakolny unable to sleep. Onco the
sputtering cnndlc cnused him to spring
up in bed. Suddenly his cniB, oxtrcmciy
sensitive with his nervousness, caught
the sonnds of a whispered conversation.
"It won't do to shed blood," said tho
old man. "It won't do, for we made a
mighty narrow cscapo tho last time.
It's Impossible to get blood stains out
of tho houso. Wo can't resk nothln',
"I bTcYothcm saddle-bags of his air
full uv money," tho hng lcpllcd.
"I don't doubt that, and wo'vo got to
"How nlisyou coin' ter git It?"
"Howniryou goln' ter pizen him?
Thar nin'l a speck uv pizen on tho
"Whcio Is that inoiphliie ?"
"Up thar in tho bottlo; but will that
"How nro you going to do?"
"I am going to mako him take It."
Then there, occurird a whispering of
which Blnko caught tho following
"Think that's crnuff?" the womnn
"It's nearly a spoonful. Enough to
make five men sleep tlnoughout
A moment later the host entered
Blake's room. His manner was free
from embarrassment. In ono hand he
held a glass containing water,
"Stranger, I don't wnnt to disturb
yon, but it occurred to mo just now
that you looked as if you might bo
going to hft.on spoil of sickness, so I
thought I would brine you some medp
cliic. I nm willing to help amnn, but
I don't want him to be sick on my
hands. I nm a doctor, but I don't pio-poKO-to
keep 11 hospital."
"Suppose I icf use to tako the medi
'Then you'll put me to the trouble of
pomlngltdown you, Hint's all, lam
a mighty gentle sort of fellow as long
as cery thine coes on nil rlcht, but if n
hitch occurs, why I am as rough as a
''Aioyou sum the medicine, will not
"Hnityoul AVIiy. it will do you
Blake diank thu contents of the
glnsK. The host smiled, bowed nnd
withdrew. Then thcro followi'd an
other whlspcicd convocation between
"Tuck It all right, did he?"
'!ike a ltuub, JIo'll bo nil right In a
DmlnL' fifteen or twentv minutes
Blnko lay quietly In bed. Then ho got
up, drqesed himself noiselessly, nr
ranged the bt;d covers to lescmblu tho
form of a )iun. I pok his saddle-bags,
stepped out nt a back door, wont to tlio
stnblc, saddled Ills horse, mounted and
rodoupton window and looked into
tho room which ho had occupied.
Cattle wcio timnping about tho yard,
nnd the noi6c mado by tho hoi so ut
trncted no attention- He took a post
lion so that ho could, unobserved, sec,
nil that passed within tho loom. Tho
"doctor" and tho old woman soon env
"Whnr Is his saddlo-bags?" tho
"Under his head, I leckou. Snatch
oil tho covers."
Tho old woman pulled off tho covers
and utteied a cry of surpilso. Blnko
tappul on tho window glass.
"Say, Doc," ho called, "bilngmotho
rest of that morphine. You sco, I have
been a morphine eater for a number of
years, but nm trying to quit. Yourdoso
enmo In pictty handy, for I was In abad
fix. I nm nil i Ight now, nnd am much
oiiiigcii 10 you, uoou nigni,"
Less than a week from Hint tlmo tlio
"doctor" nnd his wlfa wcto In jail,
charged with tho murder of a traveler.
They were hanged at Qrcenvlllo lasl
September, Oplol Itcnd In Arknusaw
3 Hours to Philadelphia.
The 11, it. O, trains for Philadelphia and
New York aro leading Washington prompt
ly ou schedule tlmo, Tho 11. ,t O. Is tlio
only line running three-hour trains to
rnuaiicipuia, anu mu avcrau nine 01 us
New York train Is lesstkauUa any other
IT You Want to Keep Cool
get a mohair or an alpaca coat and 06t for
?3, F.lseman Dros., Seventh and , manu
facturing clothiers and tailors.
Wabiiiqtoh 8avu TJkfosit Co., 010 I'a.
Y,, rente t&Itft low ttt i f r jesj,
I F not remocllod in Booson, is liable to
1 becomo habitual and chronic. Dras
tic purgatives, by weakening tho bowels,
confirm, rather than euro, tho evil.
Aycr'8 rills, bolng mild, effective) anil
strengthening In their action, aro gener
ally rccomincndod by tho faculty fts too
best of aperients.
" Having been subject, for years, to
constipation, without bolng nblo to find
much relief, I nt last tried Ayer'n Pills.
I deem It both a duty and a rilcnstird
to testify that I have derived great ben
Gilt from their 1190. For over two years
past I have taken ono Of thosa pills
every night beforo rotlting. 1 would not
willingly bo without thorn." O. W.
llowmau, 20 East Main it., CaxUsIo, Ta.
" I have been taking Aycr'a rills anil
using them In tny family slnco 18S7, nnd
cheerfully recommoiid them to all In
need ot n snfo but effectual cathartic."
John M. Hoggs, Louisville, Ky.
" For eight years I was afflicted with
constipation, which at last became so
bad that tho doctors could do no inoro
for mo. Thon I began to toko Aycr'a
Fills, ond soon tho liowcls recovered
their natural and regular action, so that
now I nm in nxccllent health," 8. L
Loughbrldgo, llryan, Texas.
" navlng used Aycr'a Pills, with good
results, I fully Morse them for tho pur
poses for which they aro recommended."
T. Conncrs, M. V., Centre Bridge, To-
Dr. J, O. Ayor Co., Lowell, Mats.
Hold by all Druggists and Dtalcrt lo MtdlcUi.
No, 93 Penn. Ave
NEAR TENTH ST.
During the summer we
clean up and clear out in
order to get ready for the
Fall and Winter traae. So,
if you wish to buy a Piano
or Organ, that has been out
at rent or taken in exchange,
by buying now you, can get
the advantage of summer
prices and save a greatdeal
of money. We have Up
right Pianos at all prices
from $125 upwards; Organs"
$22, $27, and so on. AU
kinds of Musical Instru
ments at a reduction. We
want the room, and we must
get rid of the goods, Now
is your great opportunity.
We are sole agents for the
Bohemian Music Paper
straw tinted and will not
blot or spread the ink; only
40 cents per quire.
And also for "Harris'
Sheet Music Binder' for
repairing torn and damaged
music. A box containing
sufficient to mend forty
pages of music only 25 cts.
The Arion Guitar, only
$12; the American Conser
vatory Guitar, only $15; the
Washburn Guitar, from $25
upward. All American
made; guaranteed not to
split or warp, and to be
fretted absolutely correct.
We keep everything kept
in a first-class Music Store,
and we do not hesitate to
say our Sheet Music De
partment is the largest and
most complete in the city.
Special terms to teachers
and those entitled to a dis-
count. Come and see our
store and avail yourself oi
our summer prices.
F. ELLIS & CO
937 Pa. ave., near 10th st.
n c ' u r ivi r "-"V"-
- . - !, A,
A Most Effective Combination.
This well known Tonlo and Nervine Is mlnlti
t rt it tt pulstlon i a cure for Ocbllllr, Irl'CI
Sla, and NICllVOlW dlaorders. It rtlitvn ll
lanenlil and ilelillltatit conditions of lb j
IrmistrtDgtbensUis Intellect, sort todll y roocUoDa
builds up worn out Nerves t sldi illKf Mlon t re
Horn ImriilrcJ or lost Vitality, sod tirlon tscl
toottirul ttrtntth and vigor. It Is rl'ul to tb)
isle, and need rtiularl? bracts the rirsteiii ajalos
the derrtulug lnflutaco of Mularla,
i'rlro-tl.00 tier llottle
Are nd vised to havo tho annual Clean
ing and ItcpalrliiR of Furnaces anil
Stoves dono at this tlmo, ns now wo
can send our Most Skillful Mechanics,
and the work oau bo dono moro
cheaply and satisfactory than In the
Hayward & Hutchinson,
im ninth sriiEiiT
J, L. WiLUrrr. 8. U. Qwtk.ib.
Term out ave. and Lst. n. w.
Choice Grocerten. Meata and rrovlon,
Tb Beet Goods at the Loweet 1'ilcoa,
fcVTnAIII M1 ta
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