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TTFE WASHINGTON CRITIC; FRI7TAY EVENING, JUNE 2$, 1889.
liftftka rutntntnlntf 100 Hnlrif. frnn.
ferablo! cok1 on all lines of Iterflla Cnnchns.
For sale nt tlio company's oftlccs, 10th and 0
eta. s. oand 1013 K St. n. w., nnd nt tlio follow
In drugstores:, P. litter 4; Co.. 601 B Can.
St.; T. K. Omm, 1811 I'n, avo. n, w.t P. MM.'.
CrUwell, 1101 V nt. n. w.t A, J.Hchafflrt, N.
Pan. and IIsts.;I!obcitl?choll,31st and U its.
'fSST'OFinOB OF. THE COMMISSIONED,
aac District of Colnmbla, Washington,
June 24, 1880. Bnectal notlco. Tbo lloard of
Eounllzatloii will to In session nt tlio Arthur
School Building, tltuatcd nn Arthcr I'Jaco,
between II and 0 streets nortlr and Now Jer
sey avenue nnd ' First street went, from and
after the 1st day of .Inly proximo, until tlio
Mb day of Angust following, for lh pnrprme
I hearing appeals In respect to the now as
sessment of real estate. Nn change oan bo
node In tlio assessment nfter the adjourn
ment of the board on August 6 Vr order of
the. Commissioners, WILLIAM. TJNlAl.I
8j11rts to mkabuhk-
, 808 tfst. n.w.
3' Mrs. McCaffcrty U tho only bat and
'bounct-frnmt manufacturer In tho city. Call
nnd eco tier now shape. Bleaching nnd
cretalnir.- Htraw nnd felt hats altered tn tho
Tatest styles, orders promptly attended to. I
iwwm street n.w.
TT1I15 NATIONAL dAFff tlEPOSIT
37 Company. 15th st. and Now York t
avenue, receives snvorwnro onu an sinus or
valuables on dtposlt, , Kafes of alttlzcsrtor
root. Vaults fire-proof, burglar-proof, damp
rroof, losldo ol lliolr now building, with
walls 3 f eot C Indies thick. Construction fire
proof throughout.. .Equipment unsurpassed
us" u tiafe Jlcposlt.Cornpany,
. Ico iti-earn, Puro fondle. Cakes, Dos,
Nuts, Eorclgn and Domestic Fruits, at
, '303 Pa. avo.s.o.
ifaHrtNOTICE.-iJo' bill will bo. paid for
"J . enrplle. cto, furnished itlie'steam'
'ir of -the Inland' ' rjaaboard Coasting COv
sat .those -purchased on tlio orders of Hunt.
()EO. .rilLUPS and SeoretaryALTTHKDl
WOOD." - . ,
1 KSlTTOn EASY MET VI8lT,nB, WHITE,.
'say ohirflptoiist, 1410 j?a. nT,o!pr5iito
WlUard's Hotel. All dlscasos of tbo foot uo-l
ecssfully treated by Dr. A. O. Whltcson of
tho late (Jeorgd A. Whtto-rDr. Wldtohas
bMn fonnnAtud with hla fathpfV hntnn
here and lh' Iialtlmoro for nearly 'nineteen'
ojb. jmiuunsneu in wasniDciou jeoi, roe,
I per Visit. "Hours. 8 to 0: suudayN B td U.
. ' .
SSBr-TnE' WASmNQTON ARCniTECT
K" URAI IRON AND BHIDOB- WORKS,
' EDWARD L. VSSTj-ttrX.r
The best facilities la tho city for nil kinds
of Iron work.
steel Beams, Anglos, cto.,-always (restock.
Fine Ornamental Casts and Wrougbt-Iron,
. Work n spoilalty.
, Repairs, and.ecnaral machine work donq In
tbe bent manner and at short notice.
Bole Licensees in tho District of Columbia
for the "Goctz-Mltctioll" system of Beam
Anchors and I'otectors.
Works: Cor, 33d and Wator Streets; Tale
Office', M13 astrcetn.w.; Telophase, 42S-9.
Washington, D. U.
Kjpf rnuxirs, lajiar a zachhy,
1813 V street.
(Should b rtatt dallu bu all InUrtited. an
thangti tnqu occur at any time,)
Letters for foreign countries need not bo
specially addressed for dispatch by any par
ticular steamer, except when It Is desired to
vend duplicates of banking and commercial
documents, letters not specially addressed .
being sent by tho fastost vossols available.
Foreign malls Tor 'the week ending Juno'
15th wilt close promptly In all caseslat this
c fn co as follows:
MONDAY. At 1 p. m. for Trogreso, per s. s.
M. Nunez, via Hnvana letters for other
ijiexlcan stales mutt bo dlreotod "per M.
Nunex"J; at Up. m.for Jamaica and Oroy-
to.wn.per s. s. Aguan letters for Bolize,
Iticrto Cortcz, and Ouatemala must be dl
..reotcd "per Aguan"; at 3p.. m. for Bollo,
Puerto Oortoz, and Guatemala, per a.s.
cut of Dallas, from New Orleans.
TUESDAY. At 1 p. m. for Venezuela, via La
Gnavro. ner a. a. Mars.
WEDNESDAY.-At S:tt a. m. fori Rio do.Ia-
letters for Great Britain and-othur Euro
pean countries musu do irecictir pqr wiy
of New York"; at 13:30 p. m. foe Europe.
per - a.,.Travo, via, Southampton and
Bremen (letters for Ireland must be ill-
rouicui pc' ai ji ib 1 11. in. lur yuii
poohe, Chiapas, Tabai(co,anu Yuvatau. per
b. s. Clcnfuegos (Icltors for other Mexican
States and Cuba' must bo directed "per
Clcnfuegos"; at V p. m. for Belgium dlroot,
per .. B. Rhynland. via antwern. letters
must do' dlrootcd "per Rbynlana" a 3 p.
,, m.lfonTruilllo ana Ruatan, per s.s. S.
' Otcrl, from Now Orleans.
THURSDAY .-At S0 a.m.. fort Europe, per
a. s. Augusta Victoria, via Southampton
and Hamburg letters for Ireland must bo
directed "per Augusta Victoria" at 3:30
u. m. for the Nothcrlands,-vla Amsterdam,
per s. s. Edam! letters must bo directed
BATURDAY.-AI S a, m. for .France, Switzer
land, Italy, Spain and Portugal, per s. s.
,La Bourgogno, via Havre letters .for
Austria must be directed "per La Hour-
fogne") at 330 a, m. for Great Britain,
reland, Belgium, Netherlands and Austria,
rer mi s. Auranla. via Ouoonstown lletters
. 1 i.j:am, n-.nnm. ... . . ....
forEuiopean countries must bo directed,
direct, per b. b Ancborla, via Glasgow lot
Mrs must be ulreoted "per Anohorta'lJ: at
10 a. m: tor St,i Croix and St. Thomas, via
St. Croix, also Windward Islands dlreqt,
per 1. s. Barracoota; at 11 a. m. for Jamaica,
msouaomci auu Aux-iuyes, jiayvi, pers. s.
Adirondack; at 1 p.m. for Cuba, per, a.
city of Atlanta, via Havana letters must
be directed "ner Cltv of Atlanta"!: at 1 n.
, m. for Europe, per s S. t'ulda, yla South-!
ftllNflAYAt s 11. m. for Caativ Rica, via
Llmon, per s. s. Foxhall from New Orleans. ,
Mails tor inina anu japan, per d. s. tjceuniu
from San Franolsco, oloso hero June Jd
nt 7 p. m. Malls, for Australia, New Zea
Imdi'iHiwallaii, 1111 and Sainoan Id laud ,
pers.'s. Zcalandla from San Francisco,
close hero Juno S3d at 7 p. m or on ar
rival t New York of s. s. .Auranla with
British malls for Australia). Malls for tho
tioclcty Islands, per ship Troplo Bird from
Can Francisco, close hero. Juno'SUb at 7
P.m. Malls (or Cuba by rail to Tampa,
la., and thence by Btcamerjvla Kby West,
Fin., close at this office dally at 2230 a. m.
The schedule of closing of Trans-raoluo
tjidllH is arranged on the presumption pf ther
"uninterrupted overland transit to sau Fran
cisco.! Malls from the. East arriving OH vine
fit San Fianclsco on tho .day of, solliuffi of
ateomcrs are. dispatched, tbenoo the samo
day,. Registered, mall eloijQa p. 0j3Q p.m.
,. i i r- i.oatraa9tor.
ro-stofflco,.New York. N. V Juna81. 1889.
.Adurtlrwunttvnrftr IMt htad.jour linn or
tui, ti (Mi for thru Inurtlontf tuctixUfor tlx.
JAMES H. MflRR,
038 I" Street.
TROPERTY FOR RBNT, BALE AND EX
CHANGE. Money to Loan in Sums to Suit.
MME3 MADE F0R-B0ILD1HG.
MANAGER OF THE ROyAL INSURANCE
Bw j, r. piviii,
RBAfc ESTATE BROKER,
1810 V st, adjoining uao indljlng.
wfcwjMm wop" ftwwitj
Adrtrtltcmtntt under thU head, four tlnet or
ttifictrittfirthret Inurttotii w ""foKj'
W"" ANTED-A YODNfZaENTKKL WIIITE
man, about 18 or SO years old, to go to
tho country to do light work. Address 1337 K
st n w.
skirt nands. Apply at isih lotnstnw.
XTANTED-TWO AOKNT8 TO BELL Till?
VV most complcto history of Johnstown
Flood yot written! book now ready. Call at
IIOPM7, 034 Kt.
ANTED FIH8T CLASS IlAUlinUj
cooa wanes, juimv at THii.MUr
IIOUSIC, cornor Krt st ana ind
fTrANTKD-AfNnAT 01RL TO 1)0 OnN-
rVV" fcraVbousdwprki.mnst brine rufs from
last placo nnd (tor .t. nlct. .1 Inss 09
W llnRton Hotel, Appl;
L8 AT' THE Alt
Apply to tho II OUSH:-
iTnn a nun. F1111 m?Ni:nr.
lousowork: must bo a cood cook, At-
art of drcss-ciUtlrtJ ' by tlio) pBrfeof
tailor snuaro, at roduonl. price; putlln, flt-i
tine and patterns eutUo' order.' Uoiilxmu
avw n w.
WANTBD-COMPKTF.NT COOK FOIt A
I'OKnllnp honso n few miles out on
railroad In Virginia: colored women pre
ferred. Apply to Mr. RAYMOND, room -131,
WANTED-A WOMAN TO COOK AND
make herself generally useful: also a
llttlo girl to play with children. 00-1 l'aavo
ANTKDtTWO JHH8T-CLA83 OAIIIET-
V V est white boy, willing to mako himself
tiiiqiuii aixiui-pioriv ipmy 10 iciffsr lrp,
eorrter'lllhianiniorcollaronw " T' '"
rH'ANTKIV-A RESIfEOTAllLK OIRLi-AS-v
Y V nurse! must give best-city ref and stay
nt night. Apply In store, HOOFstn w.
IITANTED IMMEDIATELY A
Apply MILLER'S Barber
ANTED-A SETTLED WHITE MAN TO
(end bar. 18101'aavon w. Apply at
ANTED-A COOIC, .WHITE OR C0I,'D
logo lomu cpunirr jor inu sununurj
Call at X.
WANTED-A MAN AND HIS WIFE TO
go short dlstanco from olty to take
chargo of country placo. Call at 400 Fa avo
"W7'ANTKDONK BLACKSMITH. ONE,
f f V " horscshocr, 0110 wlieplwrlght; none'
but, No. 1 Jiands need apply. Cor 41 nnd M
(sts s w. . , '. - v t ,
WANTl J-LADY CANVASSERS; (JOOD
Inekmu. Apply MERCURY OFFICE,
038 F st, Room 7.
WANTED-AT ONCE-A GOOD OERMAN
girl for general housowork In family of
three: no washing and Ironing, Address BOX
Lao, my rosroinco.
AXrANTED-AT CTTY INTEtLIOENOB
TV omce, men, women amp gins totuko
places now ready; applications for Govern
(ment positions prepared; cooks and waiters
for Valley View Springs. 711 O st n w.
,. Aditttlttmcnti uniltr thlfhuul, fourjlnttor
jwjSSWsjfbr three inttrtlonjVlahtifor ilA
woman, situation as chambermaid or
nurse In prlvato family; no objection leaving
city. Call or address 1133 18th st n w.
WANTED-BYA SETTLED WniTEWO
mnn, a plaoo to cook, wash and Iron
for a small prlvato family. Call at S03 30th
st n w. w
irANTED-BY TWU RESl'ECTAIiCE
VVJ -colored girls, situations; one aacham-'
bcrmntdorto assist In housework, other as
chambermaid or cook. Call or address 033
Boundary st n w.
WANTED-BY A NEAT COLORED Wo
man, a placo to cook or wash for a
small family. Call at 3130 F st n w.
T ANTED-A TOSITION BY A GENTLE-
VV man, either at hotel (bar) or ngont for
whisky or cigar houso. Address 910 8th st s 0.
Will furnish good recommendations.
WXNTED-A YOUNG MAT! IN PATENT
attorney's ofllep; one familiar with
typq-wrltcr preferred, Address 1 O BOX 308,
city. ' '
;-lTANTED-AT 008 M ST N W,' A GOOD
Vy 000k, washer and lroncr; mustcomo
.well, rccommonded .
TtrANTED-A CAREFUL, COMPETENT
TV woman bo goto scaslioro to take carer
of three chlldred, aged 4 to 8; bring rots. 1733
llthstriw. . .
TtTANTED-TWO OEILMAN GIRLS-ONE
VV for cook, the other for housemaid nnd
waiting; both to wash and Iron, and must
stay at night. Apply at S30 Cth st n w after
WANTED-A STOUT WHITE BOY,
about 17 years old, as helper In a
candy factory. Apply at 314 ra avo n w.
WANTED-A COMPETENT AND JIE
anoctablc colored girl to cook and do
general housework for two III lamllyi stay,
iilghts Apply 813 ntbstnw. S i . .V
WANTED-AT 008 13TH 'ST N W.ACOrJ
ored girl, about 13 or 14 years: one that
can stay at night and Is neat and tidy.
WANTED-BY ARESPECTABLB YOUNG
colored man, a situation with family
going away, or place In city. Call or address
I7ANTKD-BY A WHITE GIRL, WHO
y V . can furnish good rofs, a situation as.
chambermaid and waitress ' nr seamstress.
Apply at house of present employer, 1011 1. .
1 1 .',""'
Adrertltemtnti undir thti h4ad, four fines or
It 11, S3 ctntifor thrtt inter tloiu; M ctnttfor sir.
TV offlee furnlturo, store fixtures and fur-'
'iilture of every descslptloni also ontlro house
holds, stocks of merchandise of all kinds.
WANTED-JFOR AN EASY fill AVE GO TO
603 14th st, opp Willard's; halr-outtlng
dono In first-class style, ns worn by gontlo
people In all large oltlos; Washington style
out U) order; whisker trimming and dyeing a
specialty. ' M
WANTED-1 TAIR SECOND-HAND I'L,
form scales, to weigh 300 pounds
moro, Address, with price, 0. 11. CANFIE
ltfi 11 St 8 O.
ANTED-P, O. MERRY, 710 K ST N W,
nnvs cash for old bonks: school, law
and medical books a Bpeclalty; will buy, soli
or oxchango: largo stock of novels lit half
1 ' .; r - . ' 1 i
I'"?oilBALE-STEAM YACnT; SUITABLE
! for river and bay: perfect In all appoint
ments: full examination invited: m-eat bar-
gain", AddrcsB at onco YACHT, Critic offloe.
I70K SALE A GOOD, STRONO AND
: roomy surrey; price 8w. 037Ostiie.
I?OR SALEA-TSIOE DRIVING HORSE,
; weight 000 lbs; 8 years old; warranted
perfectly 'sound and gentle. "Apply or ad,
dress mN. II.. 13J3Q sts 0: '
TJIOR SALE TIIKEC SHOWCASES, STORE
JL' store, two clocks, baby carriage, sow
ing machine, carpets and fow lots offurnl
Hire. Addross 11. 1!,, 33.1 Mass avo.
170R SALE-A HANDSOME BUOOYPIIAE
X' ton nnd harness, In perfect ordor; strong,
light and durable; very little used. Apply
at 3133 Dunbartbn avo, Georgetown.
70R SALE-CABIN SLOOP YACHT:
.' years old! well-found! In good ordor! fast
nd able; lying foot of 9tb st. Address 1. O,
LOST AND JfOVXD.
T OST-BLUE SKYE TKRH1ER, YELLOW
Xj bungs nnd feet; answers to name, dfllal,
Return to 1313 nth it u w, and reoelyo re
ward. IOST--JUNE 23. ISft'J, MRGE BLACK AND
i tan collie pup, 8 months old. Howard If
returned to 1133 Oth st n w; answers to name
VQVXTMY PtjATt liSTATV.
OOUTII BROOKLAND, '
D WITH CITY STREETS, AYENUS AND
FOR SALE Tho beautifully sltuatod traot
of land culled "South Brookland" having
been subdivided In accordance with tho plan
of tho city, with streets 00 feet and avenues
130 feet wide. Is now placed on the market,
It Is on the line of the Metropolitan It, R.,
south of und adjoining Bruokland, about ono
mile north of the city, and but a short dis
tance from the olcotrla curs, nnd near tho
University, only ten mlnutos' drlvo to tho
city by Central avenue, all of whloh snakes It
very desirable, and property whloh will rap
Idly Increase In value. For tho present lots
will be sold at tho low prlcoof from 3 to u
cents on easy terms. For plats, oto., apply to
WM. O, DENISON, W3 F It. n. w '
BEDFORD W. WALKBn, 1000 F st. w,
I M '". ' ' '
OQMMissioifjsJta on" xuwoa.
Adctrtliemtnu uncttr thtu Juatl, four Una or
lft.$JiJSprthjxt tntertlenij tQctntygrrix,
WOR RENT-lClOisf irSTItEET NOItTIN
X1 west, furnished rooms, on first floor)
Initio or en suite: with or without board!
good loeatkmi convenient to parks and ho
tela; lranlents nccotnmodatcd.
EOR RKNT-1003 13TII 8THEKT NORTH
west, pleasant rooms, en suite or single,
furnished or unfurnished; east, west and
south windows: terms very moderates cen
tral location: near Franklin Tark,
-.OR RENT-IN CORNER HOUSE, WKLL-
furnished front mams, nn second floor:
i-oOl and pleasant. 1H31 Mass avo n w.
T70R RENT-009 M STREET NORTHWEST,
UJ two commnnlcatliig rooms, second door,
unfurnished; also .'.' 3d-nooc furoisbcu
roomst flrst-cmss tabl boardi , .
'u turn 1 n wj it n i iijuu v .hmva 11 wjh r,
J three unfurnished rooms frtr llnht hntlKo-
kecplnf, with gas and water on samojloor.
OR RRNT-T1IREE LARGE. FURN18I1ED
rooms, first floor, for summer: nxcon-
tlonally cool nnd nlry; sultablo for house
keeplngtalso basement rooms, where rent
piny uu imni in ur'' oy mmffi
T?OH RKNT-r-niLY 1ST. FUHNISIIKI)
.12 two second stoiycommunlcntlngrooinsi
Very cool for summer; exceptionally mod
crate price. 1331 L st n w.
IJIOR IIENT-1I03 O ST., ONE LAROE.
! nicely furnished front room on second
Moor, or one on third, In bay-window house
iromingsonin; privato lamuy.
I 70R RENT-BEAUTIFUL COOL8UMMER
: rooms, slnglo or en suite; first andsco
end floors, facing north and south. Tran
sients accommodated. 1102 New York
avo n w.
TTOR, RKNT-rSEVERAti SOUTH FRONT
X and communicating rooms: furnished or
'nntumlsliodl llrf, ,second ' and third floors;
Northern iirivate family. v&lBstnw.
.TIOII RENT .1017 11TII ST. N. ,W.i HAND
J somo1 rooms, Jst nnd M floor? prlvato ,
baths: sluglo or en suite; pleasant acoommo-'
uations lor -u-ausicnis; in vicinity 01 uoxeis;
everything first-class; snmmor prices: ' '
Fit RRNT-lSIQ II ST.' N. W., NEAR
Arlington Hotel, pleasant furnished
rooms; special rates for summer; tablo
boarders accommodated; references. Call
after a o'clock pin,
I7IOR RENT-IN A BRIGHT BAY-WINDOW
? .IiouiomOS fitli st n w, three or four oheer
lul rooms; ,ono of.'thom second-story 'front;
ccntrnl, quiet, ronsonahlo: board. If desired.
170R RENT DELIGHTFULLY COOL)
X1 flats, central; desirable, location for rent
ing furnished rooms; all conveniences: 3d anil
3d floors. 1331 E st n w, near l'aavo; key 1313.
J summer, two. three or four conl. alrv
furnished rooms, with or without prlvllogu1
of light, housekenjngitefmvorj' reasonable.
T70R RENT-IN A PRIVATE FAMILY,
X' whore you can have tho comforts of a
homo, a nicoly furnished room, with board;
bath-room adjoining; terms moderate 1137
l'lerco plaoe. ,
IOR RENT-LARGE, COOL ROOMS FOR
summer, twiutii st n w.
EOR nENT-M8 L ST N W, FURNISHED
front rooms, 1st and 3d floors, at reason
ahle rates; table board If desired; .'sferonocs
required. Call between t and 13 a m or 6 and
170R RENT-008 K ST N W, LAROE FRONT
second-story room; four windows; sum-
mervsics; mrjiisneu. n -t
T7lOri. RENT A cilEEAtbL 5NEWI.Y.
X furnished room; mantel bed; pleasant
surroundings; sultablo for ar' gentleman;
quiet prlvato family; referenced. MO 11th
st. Cars pass door.
FOR RENT-3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping, on secdnd floor;
rent $12. 1433 1'stnw.
I7WI RENT-ONE NICE UNFURNISHED
front room, northqast corner 8th and II
FOR RENT-DESK ROOM IN ONE OF THE
most centrally-located stores In tho city.
Apply 003 Pn aye n w.
TIOR ItENT-810-UNFURNISIIED FRONT
roomr boat and gas, In third story, 1010
lfrtli fnflnr. nnrlr Innntn. nt 1017 inth at
corner of Mass avo, where there are other '
FOR RENT-UNFURNISHED 3 LARGE
rooms on 3d floor, at 108 1 st n w, for $18
OOMMDNICATINQ, OFFICE ROOMS, AND
VV .Jl few .'rooms? sultablo for Department
oiuciaiSrfini'Kuiina iuh.h x avo: convenient
to the Departments. Apply 1131 N Y avo;
sinirlo room, with cood table board: refs
exchanged. lObi 13tli at n w. I
fMR RENTi-TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS
I' nn 2.1 flnnr. Alan nnft furnlalin.l rnnm -
suitable for one or two gentlemen; cars pass
the door. 1330 11th stnw.
TMOR RENT-FURNISHED OR TJNFUR.
X; nlshed roams for light housekeeping;!
will board If desired; cheap to permanent,
tenant; eouthorn exposure; mod Imps, ills
FOR nENT FURNISHED-THREE NICE
largo comfortable rooms; 3d floor: also
one on 3d floor: exoellcnt location; southern
exposure. Apply m uront i-iaro.
.TjV)H;RBNTrrM7 4TII BT N W,
.- lHwa,.,nuMJ. l'Vin iiu lui-lilnriftl-
In ' nnniUnmn tiaw -hntian nnnnaltn
Judiciary Snuare; cool and delightful In sum
men also other rooms! terms very low.
TJIOR RENT BEAUTn'UL SUMMER
J? rooms, single or en suite; In private fam
ily! furnlshod' largo, double corner house:
south and cost front; refs required. 1101 K
ITQUR MEN CAN JIAVE ROOM AND
J? " board where two will room together for
4 aweok. 1938 Now Hampshire ave, bet T
1 TOR RENT-THREE DEIJGIITFULLY BIT
! natod unfurnished rooms on 3d floor;'
also one unfurnished room on 3d floor) largo1
closets; no children taken. 1114 10th st n w.
T70R RENT AND BOARD-NICELY FUR
X' nlshed rooms,. on suite or single, with
bathroom, at toa 21st sts iw.
I TOR RENT-COOL. PLEASANT ROOMS,
! en suite or tingle; south front; large
olospts;. also four or flye rooms forJiQuso.
keeping; summer rates.'1 1809 1 st n w.
., iron.,. RENT-ROOMS-FUHNISIIER AND
?X' nnrtinilslied', Inquro 803 Ninth st. n -w.
TTOR RENT-817 FIFTEENTH STREET N
X w, Furnished or Unfurnished rooms, on
suite; also oftlco room to renf;
1TORRENT-808 FIFTO STREET N W, OP
! poslto Pension Office, neatly furnished
parlor and one communicating room back,
with front and back porches; other fululshod
rooms on fourth floor; baok room on second,
X Valuubla lots In squaro 1E0, adjoining the
residence of tho Into W. W. Corcoran, fronting
on Connecticut avenue and on I street north
and near Lafayetto Snuaro and Farragut,
18, 10, sbrl, Si, 33, 34, 33, SO. 37 In W. W. Cor.
rnran's subdivision of squaro 160, In Mfash-
Inutonclty.P'Oi Apply to . .
' ANTHONY HYDE,
CHARLES M. MATTHEWS,
Trustees of tho Estatuof W. W. Corcoran,
714 1Mb st i w, Washington, p. C.
FRANK B. CONGER.
1413 F STREET.
8,376 squaro feet of ground for $10,000; s. c,
cor, New Hampshire avo. and It st,
8,053 squaro feet of ground for $9,000; cor.
of New Hampshire arc, 23th and U its.
4,137 square (cot of ground for 3,000; s, w.
cor. Virginia avo. and 2-"u st-
TTOR BALE-ABOUT ONE HUNDRED LOTS
X. In squares 617 and CC6. near North Capi
tol, N and O sts, n. w. on lino of tho Eoklug
ton street Railway, and near tho now depot
of Iialtlmoro and Ohio Railroad Company;
fair prlco, long time and small payments to
L. II. SAUNDERS A BRO
J.It. WlIXRTT. 8.11. UWTMHB.
Vermont nve. nnd list. n. w
Choice Grocertc UwU and ProvlBlpru.
Tbe Best (soodii t tho Lowest Prloos,
.TJIOR JIBNT-RQ03IS-8U.TK OR SINGLE,
XVi'Bmtlh front, with (board; Government
r tseryollon hi' front; north of Pa ave; tablo
board; refs exchanged. 1803 II st n w.
AdreftltrOferiliiuruUr thU htat,four,HMtor
tttMmtiforJhrtt Inttrtloiu: 60 centifor tlx.
ltMnW ivVSTAND IS THE ONLY
O' place where firstcm. second-hand oloth
lngrci be roldj at' rcspeqablo prices. Ad-drcssorcallaHlOllst.ivW.
v vje jtiiifT.it u vs ca.
AdttrtUtmntt under Mis fieadyfonr 11m or
tut, 33 ant for thru inurttoiut 60 cintiftmtlx.
1' i'ORRDNT-EWBRlCrCIIDUSE, 008 3D
! stuo;8roomnilmod,lmps;tJ$. Call
or nddro OWNER, aiosdstiic.
I70R RENT-VERY DESIRAIlLE tllbOM
? Lrtek houso at 31 D st s o, for $M (In ad
vance). rent per month to h .family, with no
smAll children or child. Cull on tho.OWNER.
In tho house.
OR RENT-811 D 8TN W.l 2 ROOM HOUSE,
X nil mod Imps. Appl
nor 3d St. bet Hi and Bpm,
nil mod Imps. Apply 133 E st n w, cor-
IJOR RENT-A SMALL FAMILY (ADULTS
! nreferredl with refirences oAn havo a
furnished, kouto until September IS for4TO
per month. Call at premises, 713 81st st.
T?OR RENT-AT A BARGAIN IF TAKEN
X' Immediately, brand now 8-room lirlok
house, with modern Improvements, onTst,
near 13th. Apply at 1313 Cjstn Wj
70R RENT-10ROOM BRICK HOUSE;
1 nil modern prnivfntanflp! dM (i stnw.
fnqulro at 437 G st; SI3 In summer, $Mbal
pnee of year.
I70R RENT-A NEW nAY-WINDOW lis
? room brick house, with hardwood man
tels, bevelled gtass -mirrors, tlio hearths and
facings; northwest location, and one square
Ifrom hcrdlo line; prloo $40. IAS. 0. SFHIGq,
TfTOR RENT-SMALL FAMILY ONLY
X cozy little houso, 131 Mass avo. near ten
sion Office; 5 rooms, collar, gas water, la
trolic;i0. In advance. Apply 437 7thBtnw,
3d floor, room 8.
TTORRENT-413 OTII ST N W, 10J10OM8,
X All with southern exriosure; two squares
ifrotn Patent.- Post and l'ouslon'Otilces and
Imarkot! well located for room, renting.
Owner, Bl4Estnw. n '
T?OR RENT-FROM JULY 1, AT NOMINAL
rates to adults, during summer, wholo
or pnrt of fumlshod linuso, Including parlor;
references required. Call at 1333 8th stnw.
T70R RENT-TEN-HOOM BRICK IIOUBB,
nnnnsttn Jtwltelnrv Hnnnrn. nn n At- nil
imodcrn .convqnlenaes; newly papered: 1
porches; tlMn summer, SMualancOoiyi
!70lRlnvon w.l7rs ixti 31
inont Circle. 14 rs 300 00
1310l8thstn w. 13 is 300 00
1413 Mass ove17r and-tUblo.. ...... 300 OO
15MConnve,lf!riM. ...... J...... ,.i,.-. 1007
1409 Mass avo n W 100 07
1B08 Mass avo, 18 r.. 150 00
1418 On w, llrsnnd'storo., ,... 133 00
1338 M stnw. 15 rs 135 00
1810 N stUW. 13 rs..
1730 Mass ave,17rs
KUO 13th stnw, 10 rs
1C33Mass avo, 13 rs
BBstn w, 15 rs ,....,
.17381st n w, 13 rs ,
11018 31st sin w, 11 rs
1401 Stonghton st, 11 rs
503 E stnw, 11 r
1514 P stnw, 13 rs..... ,
3033 O stnw, llrs and stable
C01 !fth st u w
1415 N stnw, 11 r
1113 13th stnw,10rs
014 13th st n w, 10 rs
1023 O stnw. Ors
3013 Hlllycr Place, 0 rs
UlUilIl BkU W, IV 13 .,,............. IM W
1331 n st n w, o rs no oo
405Gstn w, 13 rs ,,.,,... 50 50
lKJlNstnw.Ors , ,.,. 50 00
1008 10th st n W0rs , j..i.r.i.i,;50 00.
1748 Corcoran st, Ors 46 50
Mi N Y ave, 10 rs 4500
1150 17th stn w.7 rs... .... 11 00,
017 14th st n w, 7 rs i 45 00'
111019th st n w, 10 rs, 43
813 N J ave I1W. Org 45
1708Mstn w,7rs,,,., 43 00
100911st 11 w, Ors. , 37 50
1538 Plcrco Place, 10 rs ,..., 43 03
IFOlOstnw, Br ,-.,,..,. 5000
1734 15th stnw, Or 40 00
8110 Hth stnw. 10 rs 40 00
,14C0Chapln Bt, Ors 40 00
I1C07 15th st n W, 10 rs,, , 40 00
240814th stnw, 10 r 40 oo
1S30 RlggS St Tl W, Ors.....,,...,.. I...... 35 00
ltt Biggs stn.w, Ors i , 35 00
1834 Rlggsst, 0M 33 00
.IRIAOntl, .tin n nAA
isosfth st h w.brs.. '.'.'. .!..'.'.'.. .'.'..'.".'.7'.'. so oo
juuo loin st n w,7 rs uuo
1507 Caroline st, 7 rs S3 oo
The above bouses can be examined br ner
jnft from our offlco only. ', n ." ,i "j ,
JROMAS JifflBnERjfc CO,,
;r h . , ",; 13-31 Fit. a
37 Iowa Circle. 14 rs t 8133
3337 N stnw, 13 rs , CO 00
I039e3dst,l0 rs ,.., i, 53 oo
,1503 Vermont ave, 10 rs 50 00
1415 & st n e, house and store 16 30
73331stst, 13 rs coco
1413 W st n w, o rs 33 80
32 cth stn e,5 rs. .. ioso
1500 Gales st. Ors 11 50
5 houses, 13th and Kentucky avo 10 50
CUAB. E. BANES,
' With John F. Waggaman,
N. W. Cor. Hth on,d U sU. n. w.
' J.OB SAJ.JSANJ) JttSNT.
eal ETBmjuSrra ""'v
TnoS. E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F street.
Changes' made Wednesdays and Saturdays.
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
314Astno,f b, 0 rs $7,000
113 llet no, bh,7rs 4,350
310 to 33 13th st and Ky avo, bet B ft and
HCave s e 4,000
1338 V st n w, b h, Ors 3,800
1613 13th Btnw,fh, 7l'S 3,775
305 18th stnw.bh.6 rs 3,000
Alley between Cth and 7th, L and M sts
nw.f h, 4 rs 3,500
CStoCSG stne, f h, 4rs i. 3,500
3408NBtnw, bh, ml,7rs 3.800
331 to 333( D st s o. f h, 0 rs 3.000
80-JOthstsc, bh.O rs 3.000
614 Cth st p e.f h,7 r 3.500
1109 and Oil 1st so, f h, 5rs 3,500
837 to 841 3d st 8 e, f h, 4rs 3.400
313 and 844 M st s w, fb,4rs 3.300
783 3d stn w, bh.Srs 3,000
13Myrtlostn o.b b, 7rs 3,000
Alley bet 4 and Cth, II and I sts s w, f b,
408Lstse, bli.O rs, , 500
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Hopkins st. bet, O and P n w.. ......51 33
II stybet Nil ave" aud 35th stnw I 33
11 st. bet 8d and 4tb so 135
181 s, bet Canal and C n w ,, 100
Mass ove,-bet Del avo andO stne...,)'.. 1 00
Mst,bct.4and0th sw . 73
N 0 cor Vn ave and 33d Bts n w 70
fist, bet 3d nnd 3d ti)no,... CO
BwcorSd.andLstsna .,.,-. ,. 50
15th st, bet N O avo and II st no 30
HOUSES FOR RENT.
Tho "Mnltby," cor N. f. avo and
11 stnw.... .7 $1,000 00
1317 N st n w, fur. 13 rs.,,,s. ,, ...... v 35000
1813 1 Bt n w, fur, 15 rs , 1J5 00
1130 13th it n w, fur, 16 rs 350 00
8053l',stn,w. fur. 18rs,., 80 00
1830 Lstnw; 10 Vs.... ; 7300
toostnw, U r...... 05 00
D10Hstnw,8rs 50 85
3031 I st n w, 14 rs 50 00
511 Fut n w.iors 50 00
STORES, OPFICE8, ETC.
Str and cellar, 10th and E sts n w..., ,.,$W 00
btr rm 703 7th st 11 w.., CO 00
Hall, NY nve, hot lSlh and 14th sts; $50
n night, 835 a day.
Str and dwg, 810 oih st n w, 7 rs 60 00
0l3Fst nw.Sd floor, front room 50 00
Hull, 13th amir. sts n w 50 00
btr and dwg 4U 11 stn w, Ors 40 00
Mr nnd dwg 3007 14th stnw, Ors 33 00
dtb and Pa nve, room 18 ,,...,..... 33 00
Hable, 1410 K st n w, 13 00
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safe as U. S. bonds; 6 per cout., payablo
quarterly; In sums $100 to $1,000; small pre
In sums to Bill t at 0 per cent.
Tho above Is only a portion of tho property
on my books. For full list call atofllcefor
bulletin Issued on tho 1st and 15th.
FECIAL SUMMER INSTRUCTION,
Unnnnnnii Dii.lnABa fnMen.. flnn t I, nn.1
D sts, n. w, Exceptional advantages- for
training during the summer months in Rapid
Writing, Book-keeping, English, Bruuohos.
Tolegraphy, Shorthand and 'Ppyo-ivrltlng,
bpccial classes for students fitting tor the
higher grades In public schools. JJornlnit
sessions, 0 to 13: evvulug, 0 tp 8. Call pr ti;nd
HENRY C. SPENCEn. LL. B,.
SARA A. SPENCER,
mnE BERUTZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAQKS,
TERMS BEGIN NOW.
733 14th street northwest.
ATTOIIXH Ya-aX,fi4 If,
HID street northwest,
Washington, d, C.
Webster Law Bolldlac,
Hwiatsw, JTlv H ttrctt B'ortliwtsi,
AdKrtlitmtntu under MM htexd.four find or
lett. 35 ctntifor thrtt Imotlini; M ctntifor tit.
A largo tind well-located Wcco of nust
'NE?rl property situated orltlrooornerof lltb
And 11 sts nw, lots A, Holland E, s(l 339,
containing 10,300 square feet of ground and
3-story brick warohoujso, 30xla!;
3 story brick blllcc, 33x30,
3-story. Irnmo warehouse (corrugated Irou
heathlugli dSxno., .
Now renting for $1,600, por annnm, priperty
nnd rentlncv value larrcaslng; an excellent
Prlru, S30,000 i .Terms easy.
,Sqeat of sq643, containing 60,000 squnro
feet of ground sltuatod oil the PENNSYLVA
NIA RAILROAD tracks; 3 small houses; rent
raying taxes on entlro sqnaro: an" excellent
locatloirror"H LUMBER, COAL orMANU
O'ACTimiNU BUSINESS. "
ITlco top penf oot.. .Terms cosy.
i 6 undivided' Interest lDareal-stat6 syndi
cate owning several large and valuable
pieces of property.
Also An undivided Interest In the wharf prop,
crtyfootof 10th nnd H sts tw, containing
,63,1100 square feet of ground and unproved by
4 large warehouses, l largo ofilco bnlldlng, 3
well built and new wharves, now renting for
,J1,0(O per annum.
ITlco $30,000 Terms easy.
Tho above properties must bo sold and tho
1tinderslgnc.ds(illoits and will entertain bids
ion all or any part ot same. Titles guaranteed
JAMES P. BARBOUR,
13th and Md ave 8 w.
Tf Oil BALE-HOUSES.
I5lb, near K st n w, elegant brick
buildings; lots33.11 by about 103.. ..$50,000
P St, bet. 17th and J8lh sts, largo brick
dwelling, 14 rooms, a bath rooms nn,d.
nil modern Improvements r. 19.000
I 10th and R sts n w. beautiful location,
f three-story and basement brick; ten
rooms and nam, an moucm improve-
O and 3lst stsn w, beautiful new brick
, houses, never .ocouplcd, Improving
neighborhood. From 7,000 to 8,300
,30th, bet I nnd K sts n w, two eight-
' room bricks, l'orboth 8,500
13th, between M and N sts n w, brick
i dwelling.. in.., .....,.-.i i, 8,300
uuirgciowii,mu ncur n si, new inrco-
story brick, 11 .rooms, bath and eel-
iar;wnn nil' moucm improvements;
, gouci ones siaoioou aney in rear.... i,ouu
.New Ilampshlro ave, nbovo Lstnw,
valuable location, three-story and
basement brick, all modern Improvo-,
"rnentsnhd In excellent' order.... i... 6,C00
-8, between 0th nnd'ioth sts, 3-story
brick, 8 rooms and bath, all modern
R, between 17th and 16th Ms n w, 3
story C-roem frame, ltS3xlS7.,.i...5,;C3.50
E, near 4th st n w, three-story and
basement, brick, seven rooms nnd
bntn.good lot 4,700
Lo Droit Turk, Sninco St, now 3-story
10-rpom brick with all mod Imps 4,500
Fierce Placo," bet Hth and 15th,'lJstory
brick, G rooms and bath, all modern
New York nve, bet 4th and 5th sts n w,'
0-room brick house, lot worth nearly
tlio price 3,300
(Washington st, bet 4th and Sth sts n w,
3-story Prick 0 rooms, bath and cellar,
. rents at $33.60 per month 3,000
A number of C-rpom brick houses In tho
, northwestern and northeastern sec
tions of tho city, ranging In price
from $1,500 to $3,300, that can bo pur
chased on a small cash payment und '
I st, bet N Capitol and 1st n w, 6-roora
brick dwelling In splendid order.
, will be sold at a bargain.
Cdsts c, between C and I) its, lot(S7x
103, Improved by Sstory, 7-room
f ramo. Prlco per squaro foot 70 ots.
North II st, between pist and 33d, 8
story and collar brick, good stable;
lot 30x140, and worth the inonoy
, asked for tho premises. Must bo sold
to closo nn estate.
7lh st near Boundary; good business
location; large 13-roora brick,
C bet 11th and 13th n o; throe lots,
16x100 eaah, one lot 13x100. Price
per equate foot SO ots.
North sldo. of N st, bet North Capitol
and 1st sts west,' facing-Now York
five and on line of tho electric road;
ots 18x05 each. ,
Georgetown, southeast corner of 35th
and R sts; lot 30x60.". Prlco per square
. foot......... $100
South sldo of M st, between 33d and'
23d sts n w. lot 14. snunro 51. 51.8
1 frontage, containing 4,907 squaro ft.;
prlco per squaro ft '. Zl 33
A splendid farm an (he Itdckvlllo tnrn-T
pixc, nnoui u miles irora mo oiiy,
containing 180 acres; good buildings,
?ood fencing, sovon springs of never
ailing water: lu very high statu of
cultivation. This Is one of the most
desirable places on this pike, and wo
can Bell It nt a good bargain.
Ilyattsvllle, Md on tbe B. A.O.R.R.,
ten minutes rido to the olty; high
land, benutlful soenery, all conve
niences of town, such as good stores,
churches and schools; houses and
lots for sale at moderate prices.
B. II. WARNER A CO.,
DIG F St 11 W.
J TOR B.LE-110USES-N,ORTnWE8T.
"st, bet 31st nnd 3M sts, 3-story brlok, n rs,
cellar and bath; best repair; let .30x110.
Prlco ,w. $7,500
T st, bet 15th and Cth st;, Sstory brlok, 8 rs,
cellarand bath; lot 18x100. Prlco .. .$8,500
13th st, bet Q. and It sts, 3-story brick, 8 rs
and bath: collar; lot 33x03. ITlco. ...$0,100
3d st. bet K And F sts, 3-tory brick, 8 rs and
'bath; lot 35x140. lTlcfl.... $7,500
Get our Juno bulletin.
B. F. GILBERT & CO.,
Managers Tnkomq rark,
0USE3 FOR SALE-
m sm eaTdn1 inv.stort t.VI fiVinf C14 fl(YI
ltth stn' w.nrltst, brick lo',500
ISth at n . n.Ttt in.Il
()Btn w.nricth. ..-,.. ,.v.,. 8,750
Klhstnw.nr N 8,750
R stn w, bet 15th and 10th 8,500
LcDrolt Park, cottage and largo lot..,, 8,000
Aieiiu Bl.o-SLViy ui.vn......,., m,w
," 3 " , 5A
T stnw, bet 13th nd mth 5,500
Lst nwibet8dand4th.'. 1 '4,500
18thet.nrW, brlck...'.'.i 4,800
cthstnw, nrR 4,100
Kstno.nr North Capitol 4,000
Vermont ave, nr T.framo , 3,375
7... tno,nr East Caplt.1............ 1,600
1118 F st. n. w.
3IONJST TO LOAN,
Adtntiimentt under this head, four Unit or
lui.actnti "or thrtt Inurtloiu; 50 will for tlx
MOtfEY TO LOAN.
In all suras, constantly on hand, at 5 and 0
per cent., on approvod leal entate tieourlty.
1118 F st.
TNbTALLMENT LOANB-WE ARK . AU
X tborlzcd by the United Security Life In
surance nnd Trust Company of Philadelphia
to advance money on improved property in
Washington up to 73 per cent, of actual mar
ket Value, with or without Ufa Insurance.
Loans payable In monthly br quarterly In
stallments, running 9, 10, 15 or 30 years. In
many instances tho payments nro less than
tho rental of a house. 1 11. SMITH & SON,
ISSS F Bt n y.
ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR
flrftt-elsss securities at lowest rates of
fntcreet. No delay where security Is good.
803 7th St. n. W.
ONEY TO LOAN
In sums to suit
On Approved Real Estate Hocurlty.
B. II. WAnNEIt &. CO.,
910 F st. n. w.
S. S. SHEDD & BR0
Lawn Vases and Settees,
ECONOMY GAS RANGES
For Summor Cooking,
PLUMBING, TINNING AND FURNACE
WORK DONE PROMPTLY.
432 Ninth St. N. W.
Gas Retort Stove,
Ellher With or Without Side Boiler,
Holding ten quarts of water.
Gas Stoves With Ovens,
E. F. BROOKjS,
33. 15th St., Opp. Trea4 Dept,
Kim ITES tiXXSZi
ltO'TKLa AND JIT.HTA VHANTS.
Corner 1 6th and I streets northwest,
Opposlto Mol'herson Square.
II. M. CAKE.
FOIt LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
TnEMOST EXQUISITE CUISINE IN WASH
Arrangements can bo made for
RECEPTIONS, DINNER AND THEATRE
Wines, Liquors and Cordial) by tho boltlo
WASHINGTON, D. C.
,0. 0. STATLKS, late of Thousand Is). House.
qui is isnuiTT.
WASHINGTON. D. 0
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron FJro Escapes.
TERMS-$3,00 and Il.OO Per Day.
rE ARLINGTON, . . ,
A QUIET AND ELEGANT HOTEL,
Vermont Avenuo. '
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Nlnth St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
JA1IES II. IIRESLIN, Proprietor.
T. JAMES HOTEL,
SIXTH STREET AND PENNA. AVE.,
L. WOODBURY. Proprietor.
The Great Pennsylvania Iloutc,
To the North, West and Southwest.
Double Track. , Splendid Scenery.
' Steel Ralls. Magnificent Equipment.
Trains leave Washington from station, cor-
ner of sixth and Jl streets, as follows:
Fon Pitts nurai and tho West, Chloagd L
ed Express of Pullman Vcstlbuled Cars
9.50 a in dally; Fast Lino, 0.50 a m dally to
Cincinnati and St. Louis, with sleeping cars
from Pittsburg to Cincinnati and Hnrrrsbulg
to St. Louis; dally, except .Saturday, to Chi
cago, with Bleeping carAltoonato Chicago,
Western Express at 7.10 p m .dally, with
sleeping cars Washington to Chlrago and Ht.
Ixmls, connecting daily at Hurrlburir' with
through sleepers for Louisville and Memphis.
FnclfloRxprcss, lO.OOpmdallv, for Plttshurg
and the West, with through sleeper to Pitts
burg and Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
Fon Kank, Canandalgua. Rochester and
Niagara Falls dally, except Sunday, 8,10 a m.
Fon Enin. Canandalgua nnd Rochostcr
dally; for buffalo nnd Niagara dally, except
Saturday 10.00 pm, with bleeping Car Wasn-
luuiun m jiueueniur.
Fon Wiu-iAMsranT, Lock Haven and Elmlra,
at 9.50 am dally, oxcept Sunday.
Fon Philadelphia, New York and the East,
7.30, 0.00, 11.00 and 11.40 a re, 3.50, 4.10.10.00
And 11,80 p m. On Sunday, 9.00, 11,40 a m, 3.50,
4.10, 10.00 and 11.30 p m. Limited. Rxprcss of
Pullman Parlor Cars, 9.40 nm dally, except
bunday,and 3.45 p m dally, with Dining Car.
Fon PiiiutrjELriiiA only. Fast Express, 8.10
a tn week day9, and 8.10 p m dally. Express,
3.10 p m dally. Accom,, 0.00 p m dally.
Fort Boston, without change, 3.50 p in every
day. . '
Fon BnooKLYN, N. Y., all through trains
connect nt Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn
Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding double ferriage across Now
Fon Atlantic CiTT.ll.OOand 11.40a m weok
Fon Baltiw one, 0.35, TJX), 8.10. 9.00, 9.40,0.50,
11.00 and 11.40 nm, 13.03, 3.10, 3.50,3.43,4.10,
4.30,4.40,0.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00 and HJWpm.
On Sunday, 0.00, 0.05, 0.60. 11.40 a m, 3.10, 3.60,
3.45,4.10,0,00,7.40.8,10, 10.00 and 11.30 pm.
Foic Pore's Cnrxu Line, 7.30 u m aml4.10p
in dally, except bunday.
Fou Anurous, 7.30 and 0.00 a m, 13.05. 4 30
and 0.00 p m dally, oxcept Sunday. Sundays,
9.05 am, 4.10 pm.
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICK8I1URG
' RAILWAY, AND ALEXANDRIA AND
IN SFTtCT may 13. 1889.
FonALKXAMDUU, 4.30, 0.33, 7.45, 8.40,9.43,
10.37 am, 13.04 noon, 3.05, 4.35, 4.55, 0.01,0.31,
8.03,10.00 and lUTpm. On Sunday at 4.30,
7.45,0.45, 10.57 a in, 3.35, C.01, S.W and 10.03
Accommodation for Quantloo, 7.45 a m, and
4,55 p m week days. 7.43 a m Sundays.
Fon Richmond and the South, 4.30, 10.37, a
m daily, and 0.31 p m dally, except Sunday.
Thains leavo Alexandria for Washington,
6.05,7.05. aoq, 9.10, 10.15, 11.07, a m: 1.30. J.00,
3.10, 5.10, 7.05, 8.00, 0.30, 10.33 nnd 11.03 p m!
On bunday nt 9.10 and 11.07 a in; 3.00, 5.10,
7.C5, 8.00, 0.30 nnd 10.83 p m.
Tickets and Information at the oftlco,
northeast corner 13th street and Pennsylva
nia avenue, nnd at. the station, whore ordom
can bo left for tho ohccklngof baggago to
destination from hotels and residences.
CIIAS. E. PUGH, J. R. WOOD,
General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agent,
Baltimore, & Ohio Railroad.
Schedule In Effect Juno 38, 1889.
Leave Washington from btatlon cornor of
i' Now Jersey avenue andUBtrcet.
Fon Chicago und Northwest, Vestlbulod
Limited cxprosi dally 11.30 am, express 9.00
Fon Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapo
lis, tixnrcss dally, 3.00 and llil3p.ru.
Fon IIttsbcuo and Cleveland, Vestlbulod
Limited oxuross dallr 11:30 11 m and exnress
Fon Wiif.ei.ino, Parkersburg and Principal
stations on Main Line, Express dally, except
Monday, at 3.55 a in.
Fon Lexington and Local Stations, 110.30
, Fon BALTiMonc, week days, 4.00, 6.00, 6,40,
7.30, 8,30, 0.30 (45 minutes), 0.45, 11.00, 13.00.(15
minutes) a m. 13,10, 3.00 3.30 (45 ralnutosJAta
C5 minutes)c3.35, 4.35, 40,4.35, 3.80, 0,30,7.00,
7.30, 0.oo.lO.bo and 11.30 p m. Sundnys: 4.00,
7.30, 8.30. 9.30 (45 minutes), 0.45 a m, 13.00,(13
minutes), 1,15, 3.03, s.so (45 minutes), 3,35, 4.33,
4.35,6.30. 7.00. 7.80, 0.00. 10.30 and 11.30 p. m.
Fon Way Stations between Washington
and Baltimore 5.00, 6.40, 8.30 a m, 13.10, 3.33,
4.33,0.30,u.S0p m. Sundays, 8.30a in, 1.13,
8.35,4.35,0.30, 11.30 nm.
Tiiainb leave Baltlraoro for Washington,
week days, 5. 10, 6.30, 0,30, 7.15, 7.30, 8.00(43
minutes), 8.30,- 0.15, 10.30, (43 minutes) a m
13.15, 1.45 (43 minutes). 3,00. 3.00, 4.03 (13 mln
utes),4. 15, 5.00, 6.00, 6.30. 7,40, 7.43,8.00,10.03,
10.l0andll.oopm. Sundays, 0.30, 7.15,8.30,
9.15, 10.30 (45 mflllltes) am! 13 50, 1.43 (43 mill
utes), 3.00. 4.15, 5.00, 0.30, 7.40, 7.45, 8.00, 10,03,
10.10 nnd 11.00p.m. '
Foil Hay ItmnE Ti-alns leave It. Ai n. dn.
t Wnl,tnftrtn n..V .1 a i-a fl ffrt n n. 1 ..nn.t
,83 p m. Sundays, 9.50 a m, 1.13nnil'.l.i3 p m.
i.vnvu.4ay Jiiuge, wee k u ays, Ufivauucw
pm. bundays, 3,40, 8.00 and 9.00pm.
Fon Annai'OMs, 0.40 and 8.:W n in; 13.10, 4,33
and 0.30 p in. On Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4.3.1 p in.
Leave Annapolis, 0,40. K.37 a in; 13.0.1, 3,50 and
0.15 pm, Sundays, 8.37 a in, i.oupm.
Foil Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch,
10.45, jio.so am, SI. 15 pm, for principal sta
tions: only; 110.30 a m, 1 1.80 and 3.:io p iu,
Fon Rockviujc and Way Stations, ti-35
Fon GAiTiicnsitrna and Intermediate points,
D.OO a in, tl3.30, '5,85. tll.'JOp m.
Fon Horn's and Intermediate stations, t7.00
pm. 110.00 pm.
Ciiuncu tuain leaves Washington on Sun
day at 1.13 p tn, stopping at all stations on
Fon FltElitlllCK, 10.43, 110.30 a IU, 13.00, t4.30
p m. Sundays, 1.15 p ra.
Fon HA0EitsT0 n. H0.30 a in, and 15.30 p m,
Thains arrive from Chlcugodaily 11.43 a m
and 4.03 pin; from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dally 3.50 u mand 1.33 pm; from Pittsburg
7.10 am, 0.50 pm dally.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIV13
Fon Nxw Youk, Trenton, Nownik and
Elizabeth, N. J., 4.(10, m.oo, "J.so, 13.00am.
3.80, 1.3a and I0.30 p m. Buffet Parlor
Cars on all day trains, Sleeping car on the
10.30 p in, open otu. pm. Tho 4.30 p in train
does not stop at Elizabeth.
Fon PuiLACEiriiiA, Newark, Wilmington,
and Chester, 'LOO, 18.00, 'O.SO, 13.00 a in,
3.30, UM, 7,00 and lO.SO p in.
For iNTERMcniATE roiNTs between Iialtl
moro and Philadelphia, 13.30 a ra, 3.30 aud
Trains i.eavu New York for Washington,
8,30.111,00 a m, !.!, 3.30, 3.15, '3.00 pm,
and W.CO night,
Tuaiks ieave Philadelphia for Washington,
4,10, '8. 15, '11,10 ft m, tl.33, '1.15, '3.03, '3,41
and '7.0 n m.
Fon Atlantic City, 4.00 and 0.30 a m, 13.00
noon and 8.30 p in. Sundays, IX) a m unit
13 oo noon.
Fon I.oxn Branch nnd Ocean drove,! 13 00 m.
t Except Sunday. 'Dally, Immduy only.
Bargagu called for und cheoked from ho
tels und residences by Union Transfer Com
pany on orders left at ticket ofllces, 019 and
1531 Pa. avo., and at Beiiot.
J. T. (WELL. CIIAS. O. SCULL.
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't,
Chosapoako & Ohio Houto.
Schedule In effect May 13,1889,
Trains leao Union Depot, Sixth and 11
streets, 10.67 a m for Nowport News, Old
Point Comfoit and Norfolk, dally. Arrlvoln
Old Point at 5.50 p in, and Norfolk at 6.30
11:34 a m-Clnclnnatl Express, daily, for
stations In Vlrglnln, West Virginia, Kenluokv
and Cincinnati- Vestibule Sleepers through
without change to Cincinnati, arriving at 8.10
0.40 pmF F.V Vestibule Special, dally,
solid trains with dining oars run through
without change to Cincinnati. Vestltnilo
Bleeper for Lexington and Louisville.
Oillce, 419 Pennsylvania, avenuo.
oi. W, iTJLUUI, Gen, Pass, Atent.
CHILD MAfiniAOES IN INDIA.
(Ilrls of H Yenrs Hold to Notoriously
Tyrannical Men of SO.
Lord Cross, Secretary ot Btato for
luilln, hat Just formulated n reply 10
Itngunnllia lino respecting child mnf
ilngu iu India, wlilcli, in effect, smtra
(lint, iiotwlllistluidliig there Isndislinct
giTJwlh of puhllf) fcelluc In Iiidlft
ngninst the system of child marrlnifc, it
Ih not yet strong enough H cnahlu the
Ihlllsli (lovcrmi)cnt lo tnlto nny legisla
Itngunntlin Uno, who N ft dislin
gutshed Hindoo, recently called upon
tho lliltlxh Government to put down
the yMcm, ns it hnupmldOwii slavery
mid other cvlli. Ho wy.t: "A father
permitted with impunity to sell In
ninrrlngo an Infant daughter of 8 years
to n man of 47, already rendered noto
rious hy lilt) marital ly runny. Thu child
wlfo Is then sonaroled from tho com
panlonshln of her own mix, nnd is so
jicrsccutcd nnd lerroiUeil that, child as
alio Is, she Is driven to attempt, suicide
rather than continue, to submit herself
nny longer to the cnpjlclous tyranny
nud odious intimacy of her so-called
husband, Anil yet tho British magls
.tinti! Is compelled to stnlo lu open court
nun u u nns no power w restrain revolt
ing oppression oi t
Is justified, by Iftw."
Tho protest Is luadanmonos oMho ro'
ccut.chargc against llolwars son-in-law.
'l'lic case of ltukmabal, who Is now in
England, shows nnothcr phaso of tho
Mimo evil. It litis been pointed out to
lino that there Is no leasonto despair
nf a cbnngc In the Indian customs, for
In Great llrilain two centuries ago the
ago at which children wcro married
would now be lcgardcdnsn scandal.
Mary, countess of llucclouch, married
lit, the ace of 11. Th,c affair caused a
commotion, and the young lady was
)il need under tho chargo of Gunur.il
Jonk nnd his wlfu until the Coinmls
tory Court passed judgment, which
they did by nulllfylnu; tho marriage on
tho ground that tho scotch law llxed
the marilogcablo. age at l!i for girls ,nnd
Several even stranger Instances of
child marriage in Lancasldro nnd
Cheshire are cited. Tho daughter of
that grave and' reverend prelaw,-Bishop.
(Dhnterton, was so young when married'
that at the ceremony she had to bo
held up ntthej altar. The remembrance
lhatmicli "an Incidents was possible :ln
('Good Queen Bess coltlcu davs" may
make Itno hope that forces now at
V'ork will before long put nn end lo
child-marriage In Intlin, and tonll the
Ciijolty which tho system involves.
Tbo Nntlonallsl Club.
' The Nationalist Club, No. 1, held Its
nineteenth and last regular meeting for
thu summer Inst evening, at Dcniuson
Ilallj and, .despite the heat, thero was a.
Crowded and enthusiastic attendance.
After intcrcstlngreporls by the differ,
int committees," Air. Joseph Stclnc'r of
fered a resolution. In favor. of starling a
Weekly paper hero nt the Capital to bo
Raited The American Nationalist. Iu
view of thogrcal interest being taken,
and cluba being formed throughout tho
country, it Is nocessary, he said, that
there should be an exponent of tho
morc'nknt hero nt- Washington, at tho
centre of legislation.
. The speaker of tho evening was
Charles i i ederick Adnms.on the subject,
''What Is tho Policy of tho National
ists?" Ho said that as yet thero was no
ono who could speak authoritatively as
to. the policy of tho Nationalists, for
they had not yet set forth n declaration
Of principles! but if thero was anyone,
thing that distinguished them from
other economic reformers it was. based
An tho principles, set forth by Bellamy
In his "Looking Backward." The
speaker urged tho formation of a Na
tiopal party with true political princi
ples, nnd advocated n change In our sys
tem of representation whereby tho
Houso 0 IU'prescutntlves should con
sist of the Uj most popular Individuals
of the country ns having received the
most constituent votqs throughout the
country, without regard to district
lines. Each ono of theso representa
tives, or proxies, should havo a voting
power equal to tho number of tho con
stituents that had voted for him, and in
this wny each voter would have his
judgment of weight In tho national
councils. About n dozen new members
wcic admitted, nnd many moro wcro
promised when tho club should resume
its meetings in, September.
I'usiey Goes Swimming for Plsli,
A very ordinary-looking nnd mild
mannered cat Is one of tho inhabitants
of Garry Benson's swimming hath. Sho
Is tho inothor of n promising family ot
tlnee, and to tho superficial observer
appears no more, no less, thnn n well
behaved, sweet-tempered, motherly old
tabby. But, ns a matter of fact, this
cat Is rather an anomaly among cats
Whether she was born that way or
whether Gurry's own amphibious dis
position is infectious is not stated.
However sho may havo come by tbo
peculiarity, this cat Is an exceedingly
tood swimmer, nnd appears rather to
liko the water. She sits on the edgo of
tho "crib" nt tho bath for hours watch
ing the llttlo minnows which swim or
aie swept hy tho current lu thiough tho
latticed sides. When nt length n luck
less fish docs come within reach of her
paw she reaches outllko nllashnnd
wlih ono swift sweep of her forcpaw
sho lands him on the platform, where
sho devours her prey at her leisure. Or,
If the Ilsh remains just out of her reach,
sho will leap fairly Into tho water, selo
tho prize with her teeth, nnd swim to
Ihusldo again, where sho scrambles up
nnd shakes herself after tho fashion of
doge, Albany Journal.
Old Position Fourth of July Celebra
tion nt liny Kldee.
The management nt Hay Hideo has ar
ranged for au old fashion celebration on
this occasion. Amour; the many attrac
tions will bo Levy, tho world-renowned
coructlet; Naval Academy Hand, tho sing
liit; nt the "Star Spangled Banner," iu
which the audience of 10,000 persons will
bo Invited to Join. A battery of Artillery
and tho. Anvil Chorus has also been ou
gaged at croat 'expense. TAu unparalleled
display of flrc-works Wll.bo ulven at night.
KIret-clabS meals furnished at Hay Hldge
at reasonabto rates, Itcmcrabcr tho rate,
only $1 for the round trip.
How In Tins ror it Sucrlllco?
Suits that wcro $10 wo aro now selling at
$7,45. Klscman llros., Seventh and E,
manufacturluc; clothiers and tailors.
Tho r. r. v.
ThoFast-FhlncVlrclnlauof the Chesa
peake and Ohio Itallroad leaves Washing
ion dally atl):40p. in. with Pullman Dining
Car and solid Vestihulo train to Cincinnati,
l.oulsvlllo nrnl tho West. Office, 813 I'cun
Invest Your Money
III a true bargain and get a suit for $9.85
n men no loriiioriv sum lor io. tieeman
llros., Seventh and E, uiannfacturlug
clothiers aud tnllgis.
Washington Safo Doposlt Co,, 010 Pa.
ave. Btorago Department all abovo ground.
Aro advised to have tho annual Clean
ing and Repairing ot Furnaoes and
Stoves dono ut this time, as now wo
can send our Mott Skillful Mechanics,
and tbo work can be dono moro
cheaply and satisfactory than In tbo
Hayward & Hutchinson,
X4 NINTH STJtXVT
TRUSTEES' KALE OP VAI.UAHLE IV
I'ltOVEU AND UNIMPROVED HEAL ES
TATE. Under and by virtue of n decree of the Su
preme Court of the District of Columbia,
passed July 7, 1b8. In cause No. 9,639 equity.
i win sen at
tiubllo auction. In front of tho
,.i uuiprn, ii'3vvki, cij. liiu iwiiuwiUK ill--
scribed pieces or parcels of land situate nnd
respectively, mo louowing oe-
L -..". .it -...:. i .
lylnitln thoCltynf Washington and In tho
uiiirieioi t-oiumoia. io win
llll-fc III . otlllllUlU, IU Wlli
-0. AT 6 O'CLOCK P, M., lot "II" In Mo
Ill's rcoordi'd subdivision of part of square
o,4u. irtimiufr in reot on i. rircei, Between
North Cnpltol und 1'lrit strcots northwest!
lindhnvluRadtptliof 13(J feet 71 Inches, mi
Irfiprovcd Tho same day at 6:30 o'clock, p. m lot No.
31 In Davidson's subdivision of squaro Ho.
807,sltiialoln Naylor'n alloy, bctweori Ninth
and Tenth and N nnd o streets northwest,
Imiiroved by n two-story brick dwolllng, said
lotbeliiBMfeet front by 01 feet deep, nnd
said alley havlnit a width of 30 feet.
The snino day at 0 o'clock p. m part of lot
No, 3!, In square No, 503, on union street, he
IViecn Koiir-and-a-hnlf nnd Sixth nnd M and
N sts southwest, said part of lot loins 13 feet
ront by 101.11 feet deep, Improved by n two
story (ramo dwelling.
. On THUIISDAY THE 11TII DAY OK JULY,
tal, AT 5 O'CLOCK P.M., lots Nos. Itoli
Inclusive, In bloAk S), In "Ishcrwood," bolnit
tho wholo of said block, containing about
57,600 squaro fret of gronnd, unimproved!
nnd , Immediately thereafter, lot .No. 10, In
block No. 13, In "Isherwood," said lot con
talnlncnboul 11,713 square feet of ground,
and fronting west on Fifteenth street oust,
nshortdlManco from tho Columbia ItallroatI
Company's stnbtes. ,
Terms of salc.ono-thlrd Of thopurehasa
money In cnuli, of which nt least ISO must bo
deposited by the purchaser on each pur
chase, at tho time of f ale, the balance In two
equal payments, In one' and two years after
tho day of sale, with Interest at six per con t.
Icr annum, for which the promissory notes of
ho purchaser secured by deed of trust on
he premises sold will be required, or all of
tho purchase money In aash, at the, option of
1 he purchaser. ,
Tlmlermrfnf snlu must bo complied with
within ten days Irom the day of sale.
A. ('. BILMILBY. Trustee,
410 5th St. n w.
, ..... :"..- 7.- . - - . - .----., .---
Mo, 937 Peon, k
NEAR TENTH ST.
During the summer we
clean up and clear out in
order to get ready for the
Fall and Winter trade. 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 gr.eat deal
of money. We have Up
right Pianos at all prices
from $125 upwards; Organs
$22, $27, and so on. A!
kinds of Musical Instru
ments at a reduction. vVe
want the room, and we must
get rid of the goods, Now.
is your great opportunity.
We are sole agents. lor 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 lorty
pages of music only 25 cts.
The Arion Guitar, only
$12; the American Conser
vatory Guitar, only $15; the
Washburn Guitar, irom $25
upward. All American
made; guaranteed not to
split or warp, and to be
fretted absolutely correct.
W& 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 ot'
our summer prices.
JOHN F, EmS & CO,,
937 Pa. ave., near 10th st.
A Most Effective Combination.
This well known Toulo sod Nervine licolnln(
test reputation u cure for Debility, lrei
stn, sod NH1CVOUH dlroriKr. It relltvis all
languid and dohllltatal conditions or tb it
Itm ! trnirthQi I h lntsllfct. and bodllv functions
builds up worn out Nervea i atdstllirrstlon l
Horn Impaired or lt VltoUtr. and brines lacl
romnful ttrenelh and vliror. It li pleasant to tht
latu, and used regularly trices tbe System Sfslss
the, deprcsilDg luauenc of Malaria.
a'rlce-tl.OO ver llottlo
WOOU AND COAL.
ifmrwy-i'V"VfKiriiifvs"i V-r.i- -i
V. Baldwin Johnson
Wholesale and Hot all Dealer In
"Wood. a-XL3. Ooal.
And the Wiuliliiuton Uas Co.'s Coke.
Full Welsht aud JIuiiuro.
Wood and Coal direct from tho foroits and
mliios by rail and water, and free from slag,
slate and other Impurities,
GIVE ME A TMAL,
llaln Yard and Office. 1101 it. I. ave. n. w.
branch " " oil A St. s.e,
Sranoh " " 610 4 st. s. w.
Branch office for orders, corner Tenth aud I
sts. n. w. . .. . .
Sronob omce tor orders, corner 13th andH
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