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TnE 'WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 2, 1889.
KHT-IIKAIXJUAHTKIIS OP THE METRO-
, WAsnwuTotf, I). C, July 1. 1689.
Notice la hereby Riven that tho following
law and pollco rcnulatlon respecting flro
works nnd oiplqslvos will bo rigidly on
"And It shall not bo lawful for any portion or
persons to net off firecrackers, soul hs or other
artificial fireworks In any streot or ftVmino
within, one hundred yards ot nny dwelling
lioiKO, under ft ier)alty not oxecoding 1'lvo
Dollars-tier less than One Dollar for each
nnd every siloli offense-."
Wthb't l)lgeit, p. 90.
"No fireworks or explosives of any kind
-whatsoever shall uq'inannfacturcd, stored,
XeptorUBOd within We limits' of tho District
of C'olumbli without n llrcnso provloualf ob
tained from tho Majdvof Polloo rundcrl1roo
tlon of tho Commissioners, or etcopt In eon'
neotlon with publlo works under direction of
thoofllcers Inchareo thoroof."-1-SC07 4, Art.
'J Commissioners, D. C.
7- books containing 100 tickets, trans
ferable; godd on all lines of llerdlc Coaches.
For sale at tho company's oBlces, lQth and C
Ms. s. e .and 1012 E t)t. if. w., nnd at tlio. follow
ing drug stores! F. I'ltzcr S Co ,001 E Cap.
at.: T. K. oatRm; lsil ra. avo. n. w.t P. Mo.
Crlswcll, 1101 F st. n. w. A. J. Schafflrt, N.
Cap, nnd II ts,- ltobcrt Bcholl, Slst and U tts.
f v-rnTt mi
vvsirsi. n. w.
KET-HADtES! VJiQlW LATJIK3I ' . .. "
K-" MrsfMeCaffertylstho oniy'nat'and
bonnet-frnmo manuractTircr. in tho elty. Call
Slid, soo her' now slianos. . WeaoUlnir and
tircislng. Blrnwand fcir hats altered tothq
low O street n'. wv
t3?-lfE', NATIONAL BAWWiWlStT
. I Company, loth str nnd New flfork
aVenne, focetres sllrerwaro and 'allklndiof
valuable on. doposlt.. Hafcs of allsUesfpr
font, vaults JWu proof, hunuM proof, damp
proof, Idslde or their now, bnlldlnir, with
walls 3 feet Inches thick?. 'Construction fire
proof throuRhout. Equipment 'unsurpassed
as a 8afo Doposlt Company.
Apartment provided cxoluslvoljrfoTladtos,
lee. Cream, !hir Candles Cakes, Pies,
Nuts, Foreign nnd Domestic- Fruits, at
, , , ....,, 303 Pa. avo. s. o.
CS5-NOTICE,-No bills wllr bo paid for
-' supplies, oto., furnlshod the steam
ers of tho Inland & Soauoard Coastlwr Co.
saVo thoso purohased on the orders of Hunt.
GEO. ILPlllLUPS and Secretary ALFKED
35i-P0 EASY FEEi VISIT DH. WHITE,
f"' chlroicllst. Mio pa, avo opposlto
mnartrs iioici. ah aisoasos oi mo icet suc
cessfully treated by Dr. A. O. Whlto, son of
tho late GeorKO A. Whlto. Dr. Whlto has
been conncotod with his father's buslnoss
hero and In lialtlmoro for nearly nlnotoou
ears Eatnbllshed in Washington leoi. Foo,
1 per visit. Hours. 8 to 0; Sundays, 0 to 12.
STf-THE WASHINGTON AHCmTEOT
K' UHAL IRON AND DKIDQE WOIIKS,
EDWAIID INDENT, M. E.,
Tho best facilities In the city for all kinds
of iron work.
Steel Beams, Angles, oto , always In stock.
Fine Ornamental Casts and Wrougbt-Iroa
Work a specialty.
Repairs and general machlno work dono In
the best manner and nt short notice.
Sole Licensees In tho Dlstrlot of Colnmbia
for the "Goetz-MltchoU" system of Doom
Anchors and Fotcotors.
Works: Cor. 83d and Water Streets: Tele
Office: 1418 G Streot n. w,i Telopbono, 423-2.
Washington, D. O.
IShoulJ it read dally by alt Mtritted, at
cfianati may occur aLany (lint.) , ,
Letters for foreign countries need not, bo
specially addressed for dispatch by nny par-
tiqular steamer, except when it Is desired to
send duplicates ot banking and oommerolal
documents, letters, not specially addressed
, being sont by tho fastest vexsols available. -4
Foreign malls for tho week ending July
lith will close promptly In all cases) at this
Waco as follows: ' '
, MONDAY-i,At 10 a. in-for Central Amotion
"and south raolflo Ports, per g s, citJof
I"ara, via Asplnwall letters fdr Guatemala
rnnst be directed "per City of Para,': at It
a, m. for Port an Prince, Jacmol, pupaco
and Snvnnllla. &e. via Curaeo. ner s. ft.
rrlrts Willem I lettert for Vonezuela, Trin
idad, 'British and Duteh Guiana must bo
dlreoted t'por Prlns Wlllom IJj nt3 n. m.
for Puerto Cortes, por s s. Prof, llorso,
from New Orleans: at 3 p.m. for Belizo,
Puerto Cortex and Guatemala, per a. a,
Breakwater, from Now Orleans; at 4 p. m.
forporto Itlco dtroat, per s. s. Camcratai
TUESDAY. At 9 a. m. for. tho La Plata
Countries direct, por si lullampton; at 4 JO
p. m, for Europe, per a. a. Arizona, via
Qucenstown letters for Germany, Don
mark. Sweden, Norway, HuBSIa and Turkoy
must be directed "per Arizona").
WEDNESDAY. At 5 a. m. for Iroland. por
s. s. Gallia, via Queonstown lotters for
Great Britain and other European coun
tries must bo directed "per Oallla"!; at 9
lu m. for Belgium, direct per s. s. Noordland,
via Antwerp lotters must bo dlrootod ''per
Noordland"); at r 80 a. m. for Europo, per
a. s. Latin, via Southampton and Bromen
I letters for Ireland roust bo directed "por
.ahn": at 1 p. m. f&r Campeohe, Chiapas,
1 abasco and Yucatan, per s. s. City of Alex
andria letters for Cuba, also Tamploo and
Tuxpam direct, nnd other lloxlcan Statosi
Via Vera Crui, must bo directed "por City
THUltSDAY. At (1 JO a. m. f6r Europe, per s.
s .iBammonIa, via. Southampton and Ham
burg letters for Ireland must bo directed
"per Iammonla"l; at 0.80 a. m. for tho
Netherlands, per s. s. Obdam. vi i Itottor-
dam letters must bo dlrootod "per
m'luat 7a. m. for llaytl, pors. s.
-Athos letters for Savannllla, oto,
dlrpp.tnd ''nflr Athon'ilMitft a. m. fnr Iro-
-. - .- ----- t -i.-t --. . :r---
rreso, per 8. s. i. iRiesias via Havana
letters for other Mexican States must bo
llrected "nor It. Yoleslaa"!: at 3 n. m. for
4TUX1UO uuu imuian, pers. s. a. i izsuu,
from Now Orleans; at 8 JO p. m. tor New
foundland, per steamer from Halifax, at
8 JO p.m. for Ht. riefrO Mlquolon, por
steamer from Halifax.
FJtllJAY. Atlla. m. for Bermuda, per s.s.
Orinoco; at 1 p. in. for Nassau, N. P., and
Santiago, Cuba, per s. s.Bantlairo.
8ATUJtDAY.-At?a m. for Norway direct,
per s. 8. Hokla letters must bo directed
'"pcrHekla"; at 7a. m for Franco, Switz
erland, Italy, Spain and Portugal, per s. s,
ija Gascocne, via Havro letters for Austria
must bo directed "per La Oaseo)ne"tat
7.30 a. ,m. for.Scotland dlraot, per 8; s.
Furncssla, via Glasgow letters must bo di
rected "pur lirnos9la"l; at 7.30 a m. for
ic"..ir -i...-r." -! ,rr.TZL:rt
,iiru. a..,uiu, .ismitu, vtKiuiu, .iv.uui
lands, Germany, Denmark, tiwoden. Nor
way, Itussla and Turkey, per s. s. Elbovla
wwy, luooiu uuu xuinoj-,iu o. a. muu itt
Southampton and llremon lottorn must bo
directed "per' Elbo"; ata a. m. for Europe,
per s.s. umbrla, via Quoenntown letters
for Franco. SwltKorland. Italv. Snaln and
rortURal must bo dlrectod "per Umbrla";
at 10 a. m. for St. Croix and St. Thomas, vl I
St, Croix, also Mndwanl Islands direct,
per a. s, Bermuda; at 10 a. in. for Jamaica
and for Costa Itlca, via Llmon. per s, s.
Alpsiat 11 a. m. for Venezuela and Curacao,
alsoHavanllla, via Curacao, per s. s. Va
lencia Uettors for other Colombian-Ports,
via Curacao, must bo dlrootod "per Valen
cia" hat lp, m. for Cuba, por s. s. Seneoa,
via Havana letters must be dlrootod por
Seneca"!; at 3 p. nufor Truxlllo, per s. s.
J, oterl, Jr., from Now Orleans.
Jtftlli for, China and Japan, por a. s, City ot
Itiodo Janeiro from San Francisco, oloso
hero July Al at 7 p. m-. Malls forlla
wallun Islands, nor s. s. Umatilla (from
Son Francisco, close hero July 18th. at 7
p. tn, Malls for Australia! Now Zealand,
Hawaiian, Fill and Samoan Islands, per
s. s. Alameda from San Francisco, elose
hero Jnly 'lilst nt 7 p. m (or on arrival
nt New York of s. s. Auranla with Brit
ish mails for Australia, Malls for the
Society islands, per ship City of Papoltl
from San Francisco, elose here Juno JJth
at 7 p. tn. Malls for Cuba by rail to
Tamna, Fja . and thonco by steamer, via
Key WoBt, Fla., oloso at this titlico dally at
Tbo ichodulo of closing of. Trans raolflo
malls Is arranged on tho presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit to San Fran
cisco.'' Malls from tho East arriving on timk
st San Francisco on the day of sailing of
.Pteamqrs ro dlspatohod thenoo tho same
day. Jtrelstcred mall closes. at 8.30 p.m.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT,
rostofllce. New YorkyN. Y. Jnne J8,4880J
WITH CITY BTIIKKTS AVENUES AND
FOR SALE Tho beautifully sltuatod tract
of land called "South Vropkland" having
been subdivided in aocordai lie with tho plan
of tho olty, with streets DO let and avonuea
110 feet wide. Is now plaoem tho market.
It la an tho lino of the MeKt.nolltan lt.lt..
' south of and adjoining BrooV'aud, about oua
mllo north of the olty, and but a short dis
tance from tho eloutrlo carriand near the
, Ui-'verslty. Only ton mlnntt V drlro to tha
city by Central avenue, all of dhleh makos It
Bvorv aesirauio ana Droneriv
Kldlvlncreasoln valuo. Fori
rvin l.j, ttnj.l nt thAlnn n.lnn
Afiicii win rap
,11 Fmh, KnO
litttiints on easy terms. For plats,
,J WM. O. DENISON, UHVl
to 1 apply to
a, xmvwtyt, iYawjjsJI )fat.B.vi
vt sir in ...
Adctrtltementi under Mis htad, four ttnei or
tin, si itijot three- Interttom: BO eentifor tix.
ANTKD-A llESPEOTAlltE WHITE
hnr nhnnt 10 voflm nf ncrn ftvhn M will
ing to work) to muko himself useful In tho
storoandmnerrnnds. Apply ntnotl 0th stnw.
WANTED-A WOMAN AT ONCEj KIItST
class cook, washer nnd Ironcr; recom
mendations required. Apply at 1333 13th st
WANTED-A WOMAN KOlt OENEIIAI.
housework" to ono well rccommondod
good Wages will bo given, Inqulro at 13-17
loth st n w.
-IITANTED-AN EXCELLENT COOK CAN
VV, procure n good homo with small family;
must llvo on plaoo. Apply nt once at 1721
16th stnw.., ...,.,. ,, . .
tX7AtlTElJ-.A' iVOUW JfAN TO TAUfi
V,V care of afiorso-nrnt make hlmsolfKon-
oralis nsef ill abont tho housii.-nt 7WSth mj n W.
WANTED-A OOOD WHITE OIEL IN A
small family to do goncrnl housework,
washing nnd Ironing; wages, $8 per month.
At lOlBllth st n w.
TITANTED-A SMALL AND NEAT,COL
VV orcd boy for wnltcrr must bo- active
nndpolltoi 1WI 11 stn w.ln.bateineiit..
WANTED-IMMEDI ATELT4ATI11 13 COS)
!' skirt hands.
' TTITANTED-MAN IN 8TOHE1100M AT
T T nowaru lionsc.
"17"ANTED-A NEAT COLOKEI) DOY, 10
VV or 18 years, to assist In dining room
nnd mnko himself useful about tho houso.
Apply B13 0 st.
-IT17-ANTED-A GENTEEL UIIIL TO NUItSE
Vy and assist In housework. Must como
wollrceommtilded , Apply SOW Portnor
Place, hct. Hth and loth and U nhd V n w.
WANTED-A IIELIA1HH WOMAN TDO
General linnsnwnrtr. Inntilrn nt iniT n
st n w.
n TTlTANTEn-itroOD MEN CANVAS3ER9 AT
jT iii nun o,sm nt nvq n yi ,
TTTANTED-LADY WlTm'FAm EDUCA
V V tlon to roprcsont leading "Art" pub
lisher In small towns during summer. Perma
nent position nnd excellent pay. Call per
sonally, B HESS, 4.50 7th stnw.
-HTANTED-TWENTY ACTIVE BOYS, 13
Vy to 15 years old, to do light work at
STltAUS & tO.'S grconhouscs, Dlndcnsburg
iymu,nci jntfuirwt y irerory.
TJirANTItD-A YOUNd, OENTEBL WHITE
VV man, about 18 dr SO" years' old,titto
mo country to no ugm wora, Auaress i&si is
WANTED-8CBUB OIBLS AT THE Alt
llngtoii Hotel. Apply to tho HOUSE
KEEPE1L "tTCrNTED-A GIRL. fOH GENERAL
Vy housework; must bo a good cook. Ap
pl807ECa)ist. , , . ' .
WANTED-85 LADIES TO LEARN THE
art of dross-cutting by tbo perfect
tailor square, at roduccd price! cutting, fit
ting and patterns cut to ordef. 1023 Conn
avo n w.
WANTED-TWO FIRST-CLASS CABINET-
makers nt 1111 fl st n w.
WANTED -IMMEDIATELY- A OOOD
barber. Apply MILLER'S Barber
Stop, Anacostla, 1). C.
WANTED-AT CITY INTELXIGENCE'
ofilco, men, women and girls to tako
places now ready; applications for Govern
ment positions prepared; cooks and waltors
for Valley View Springs. 711 U st n w.
WANTED BY A RE8PEOTABLE WHITE
girl n situation to do honsowork In a
private family; reference. Call or address
ills luth st n w.
ANTEDA SITUATION AS A WAITER
TV tin a private family by a youn-jman
whoean glvo tho host of city reforoncor.
Call ht 300 41 st s w.
TtrANTED-BY A SMART COLORED BOY,
Vy aged 14, a placo whore ho can make
himself generally useful; rofcronotn fur
nished. Address BUSKIN ROBERTS, 43
(diploma), caro of lady during confine
ment; would go as monthly nurse; could
accommodato a lady at her own homo, pri
vate, oomfortablo and healthful; first-class
physicians' references. Mas. TAYLOR, 323 C
WANTED -SITUATION BY A FIRST
class man cook can tako charge, and
liavo no objection going away, Addross C,
It. P.. 1210 loth st n w.
WANTED-BYA RESPECTABLE WHITE
lady, settled and, oxperiencod, a po
sition as housekeeper or companion, to a
lady; has best of reforuncos. Address A. M.
It., 1710 13th stnw.
I "ITTANTED-BY A FIRST CLASS LAUN-
r ww Arriaa ,ntr tn ,ln nt l.,n,n Tina nf
reference. AddressSI2a M st n w. '
WANTED-BY BESPECTABLE COLORED
woman, situation as chambermaid or
surso In prlvato family: no objection leaving
city. Call or addross 1123 13th stn w.
WANTED-BYA SETTLED WHITE Wo
man, a plaoo to cook, wash and Iron
torn small prlvato family. Call at &20th.
st n w.
WANTED-BY TWO BESPECTABLB
cnlnrrd Hrl. Rlt1int!rmar niiA n Minrn.
k bcrmald or to assist in housework, other air
rnatnoormaia or cook, can orauuresstw
Boundary st n w.
TITANTED-BY A NEAT COLORED Wo.
I VV man, a placo to oook or wash for a
smaii iamuy. can nt-iiw FBtn w.
VXTANTED-A POSITION BY A. GENTLE
V Y roan, either at hotol (bar) or airoat for
whisky or cigar houso. Address 910 8th st 8 e.
Will fnrnlsh good recommendations.
WANTED-A YOUNO MAN IN PATENT
attorney's ofilco; ono familiar with
typo-writer preferred, Address P O BOX 80B,
TirANTED-AT 008 M ST N W, A GOOD
Vy cook, washer and lroner; must como
"TtTANTED TO BENT FOR YEAR OR
yV termof years from Ootoborr by family
of three grown persons, an unfurnlshod or a
well furnlshod houso. containing not less
than 12 rooms nbovo basement, in doslrablo
central locality. Address 1820 Mass avo.
TTfrANTED DinEcmFnoMiiWNRn a on
f VV 7-room houso as an Invostmont: renting
iur 30 or 3u per monin; wiu pay v,mu or
53,000 cash: with all conveniences nnd a bar
gain; northwost preferred. Address" L.
MUORB, Lnurcl. Md.
WAh"Xi;iMJB CML DA NXO VS.
Adrerttitmentt under tali htad, our lines or
leu, 83 centi for thi u iiuertloiu; BO centifortlx.
WANTED-AN ACTIVE BUSINESS MAN,
with somo cupltal, woll known in the
city, desires to ontcr a paying buslnoss whoro
business talent and nusli ann ha mnrin nrnflt.
J ablo; or would tako chargo or management
r oi uu esiaie; iirsi ciusb reruroneea lurnisnou.
jiosponsioio parties oniynecu anuress in con
fldenio with full particulars, P.O. BOX 818,
WANTED-A SEVEN-HORSE OTTO GAS
engine; must bo cheap. E. G. CUYLEIt,
710 E l'rcston st. llalto., Md.
17 ANTED-FLUTE AND YIOLIN LES
Vy sons; beginners, S3 per quarter; type
writing; syntactical accuracy; low rates.
Room 88, Bl! Cloud Bldg.
WANTED-TEMPORARY SERVICES OF
of practical geologist and mining ox
pert. O. II. MURRAY, 830 Centro Markot.
y V oflloe fnrnltnro, store fixtures nnd fur
niture of ovcry descslptlon; ulso entlro houso
holds, stocks of raeruhandlso of all kinds,
Address CARLTON, 038 K st.
WANTED-FOR AN EASY SUAVE GO TO
, 003 Hth st, opp AVlllard's; hair-cutting
dono In first class stylo, as worn by gontla
pooplelu all largo cities; Washington style
out to order; whisker trimming and dyeing a
TrANTI.D-r. O. MERRY, 710 K 8T N W,
Vt paysonsh for old books; sohool, law
and medical hooks a specialty; will buy, sell
or exchange; large stock of novels at half
'i - - ' '
A GENTLEMAN WISHES TO SELL SEV
1 oral suits and an Engllsh-uiado casing
wuteh; would trado forbloyoloor trloyole;
no second-hand dealers nocd answer. Address
BARGAIN, this ofliee.
-lKn SALE-STEAM YACHT; SUITABLE
JU for rivor and bay: perfeot In alt appoint
ments; full examination invited; great bar
gain. Addross nt onoe YACHT, Critlo ofilco.
FR SALU A GOOD, STRONO AND
roomy surrey; prlco SOO. QJ7 O st n 0.
TTOR 8ALE-A NICE DRIVING HORSE,
X1 . weight W0 lbs; 8 years old; warranted
perfectly sound and gontlo. Aprly or ad
dress 8. N. II. , 1223 Q st 0.
EOR SALE-THREE SHOW-OASES, STORE
stove, two clocks, baby carriage, sow
j mnohlno, enrpots and fow lots offurul-
mre. Auuresj u. a,, wa jiass ave.
-TIOR SALE-A HANDSOME BUUUYPItAE
,1: ton and harness. In perfeot order; strong,
"JfJBU durables, veiy llttlo used. Apply
, Adttrllimenli under thU htad, four llnet or
ten, 28 centior threelniertlom; W centsor ilx,
I pOIl I1ENT-AT 4WJ 11TH 8TN W, COM
: munlcatlng comer rooms on sld floor;
very pleasant and airy; en snlto or slnglo
T?01t HENT-TO DESIKABLE PAI1TIE9.
! four rooms second floor, thrco third
lloor, furnished or unfurnlshod; sultnblo for
jlftht housekeeping; modorn conveniences,
hordlcs pass door. 203iOst. '
TOIl BENT-TWO NICELY FUHNISIlEn
: front rooms; slnglo or en suite; north nnd
sonth exposure; terms moderate; gentlemen
preferred . tKOEstnw.
TJOIl BENT-SEVEIIAL SOUTH FRONT
JU nnd commnnlcntlng rooms; furnished or
unfurnished: first, second nnd third floor;
isuruigrn privaio lamtiy. lai n st n w.
IJIOltHBNT-A PIIETTY FltONT PAItLOE,
! combination furniture; also other latgo
roomslhcnllcsiiass thoiloorr '83tMhnw.
TTOn BENT THI1EK UNFUHNfSIIED
JJ rooms and bath, 2d floor, private fam
ily; to per month; references required. 13 a
T70H ItENT-A. NICELY FURNISHED
JL room, ai floor, batliiidjolnlng; ono squaro
below Pension Otllco; terms rcasonnblo to a
permanent occupant.. Inquire 220 F stnw.
'17011 RENT-THnEEFUrtNISHED BOOMS,
JU every oonvtnlcneo; oool and hcnlthfully
situated; to qnlet adnlts rent low. 323 C st s e.
I HOB. HEBT-TWO PLEASANT BOOMS,
; with tnblo board. For particulars ad
ilross P. O. Box 60, Takoma Tnrk, P. C.
Fit IIENT-2. 8 or 4 COOL FUIINISIIED
rooms on lilahost point Capitol Hill,
with board or prlvllcco ot light housekeep
ing; ono sqnnro from P. O , cars and hordlcs.
I;tORItENTM726 n btheetnohtiiwest,
! largo, delightful, cool rooms at lowost
pOSslbloTnte for twnmonths from Jnly 1, ,
.TfOn BENT-1011 M 8TN W, TLEASANT
X rroom(onsnltooT iimiile, with privatn
bath; lafgo front room, thrco windows And
nirovp, spuwiern exppsuro.
"tTOR-nENT LABOE.COOL BOOMS, ALL
Jj conveniences for housokooplng: four for
IOR RENT-1433 L ST N W, RLEOANT
rooms, S3 to $10 por month; also olegant
new houso, furnished, to rent. Sultablo for
Legation, Senator, Congressman or any othor
OR ItENT-UNffURNISHED FRONT
U room, Id floors furnlshod room In now
bay window brick; near-4 linos of cars; ono
room sultablo for ofilco; two In room, with
board, S30. 003 8th st n w.
JjiOR RENT-VERY DESIRABLE SECOND
! Btory front room; newly furnished;
very clean; .no other roomers; gontlompn
proforredi $10 per nionlh for the, summer.
Apply IBa 1-th stn wi
,T?OR'RENT-4M Q ST N VTWO NICELY
X1 fnrnlshcd rooms, first fldort snltablofor
light housekeeping: silver, tablo llnon nnd
aisnes iurnisnoa; eia in advance.
second floor, $13.
EOR RENT-1800 1 ST.FURNISIIED, COOL,
pleasant rooms, connecting, en sulto or
slnglo. Also part of furnlshod bouso for
housekeeping; vory low rates.
IJIOR RENT-018 n ST N W, TWO UNFUH
; nlshcd communicating second story
rooms;, largo closets; southern oxposurp.
Also one furnished front room, third floor, and
ono furnlshod room, second floor.
T70R RENT-ONE LARGE, COOL, PRETTY
X1 front room, unfurnished; other rooms
nlso; modern Improvements; good location.
iKSEstrnw., 1 ,,?,, .- '
TJtOR'RENT-1010,1I3Tn STREET NORTH-
ju west, fnrnisncd rooms, on first Uopr;
slnglo or en sulto; with or without baat-d;
good location; convenient to parks and ho
tels; transients nccommodntcd. 1
I 7011 RENT-1005 13TII STREET NORTII
: west, pleasant rooms, on sulto or single:
furnished or unfurnlshod; oast, west and
south windows; terms vory moderate; ecu-
mi juvhuuu, ucnr r ranKiin i'arK,
TJOll'RENTJIN CORNER JIOUSE, WELL
X . furnlshod front rooms, on second floor;
cool and pleasant, 1234 Mass avo n w.
T70R RENT-009 M STREET NORTHWEST,
X . two communicating rooms, socond floor,
unfurnished; also two 3d floor furnlshod
rooms: first-class tablo board.
TjlOR RENT 1001 R STREET NORTHWEST,
L' thrco unfurnished rooms for light houso-
Keeping, wuii gas gnu water on Bamo lloor.
TTsnnTtWKT TmiPff T.innp BTTnwTatTi-n
X rooms, first floor, for summer; oxcep
tlonnlly cool nnd airy; sultnblo for house
keeping; also basement rooms, whero rent
may bo paid lit work. 822 O st n w.
3 TOR RENT-JULY 1ST, FURNISHED-'1
; two second story commnnlcatlngrooms;
very cool for suramor; exceptionally mod
erato price. 1331 L st n w. -
TPsnTI UBIit 1tnn n en nxTT. t iYAn
X nlcolyfurnlihed front room onsccomi
floor, or ono on third, in bay-window houso
fronting sonth: private fatally.
POR RENT-BEAUTIFUL COOL HUMMER
roonra, slnglo or en sulto; first and boo
ond floors, facing north and south. Tran
sients accommodated, 1102 Now York
avo n w.
TOR RENT-SEVERAL SOUTH FRONT
X. and communicating rooms: furnlshod or
nnfnrnlshodr first, socond and third Boors;
Northern prlvato family. 221 E st n w.
FR REN1-1510 II ST.' N. W., NEAR
Arlington Hotel, pleasant furnished
rooms; special ratoa for summer; tabler
uuaruorw nccommuuaicu; reiercnces. call
after it o'clock p ra.
FIR RENT-IN A BRIGHT BAY-WINDOW
honso, 708 8th st n w, throe or four oheer
ful rooms; ono of thorn sooond-story front;
oontral, qulot, reasonable; board If desired.
"POR RENT DELIGHTFULLY COOL
X flgts, contra; deslrablo location for ront
'Ing furnished roomsrnll oonvenlonoes: d and
3d floors. 1231 E st n w, near Pa avo; key 13 13
FR RENT-ON CAPITOL HILL-FOR TnE
summer, two, three or four cool, airy
furnished rooms, with or without privilege
of light housekeeping; torras very reasonable.
FOR RENT-LARGE, COOL ROOM8 FOR
Bummer. 60010th at nw.
S0MMUN1CATING OFFICE ROOMS. AND
a few rooms sultablo for Department
clals, in 1420 and 1121 N Y avo: convenient
to me uepartments. Apply h-i M Y avo.
FOR RENT-FURNISIlED-TnREE NICE
largo cotnfortablo rooms; 2d floor: also
one on 3d floorr excellont location; southern
exposure. Apply l Grant Placo.
T70R RENT BEAUTIFUL SUMMER
X rooms, slnglo or en sulto; in prlvato fam
ily; furnished largo, doublo corner houso;
south and cast front; rcfa required. 1101 K
EOR, RENT AND BOABD-NICELY FUR
nlshcd rooms, en sulto or slnglo, with
ihroorn, atsouiutstn w.
THOR RENT-817 FlFl'EENTH STREET N
X w, rurnlshed or Unfurnished rooms, , en
sulto; also ofilco room to rent.
Adlerilttmentt under thlM hnd. fftttr llnia nr
tor, 25 centtfor three Imertlent; M) centtfor tlx.
JAMES H. MARR,
030 F, Street.
PROPERTY FOR RENT, SALE AND EX
'CHANGE. Money to Loan in Sums to Suit.
ADVANCES MADE FOR BUILDING.
.MANAGER, OF TUB ROYAL INSURANCE
ItKAIj HTATB UKI1HUR.
jaiQ f st, adJolnUvj Bud BulUUwr,
ECVM.lfflfl PtVWKT R (Peciajty,
AdterlUemcntt under thl head, four tinet or
eit, S3 eentifor thret iniertlomi CO centifortix.
LADIESI FOR SI 1 GUARANTEE TO RE
tnovofwlth harmless domostlo remedy)
your Freckles, Tlinplcs nnd Sunburn. Ad
dress, or call between 0 nnd 1 o'olockt MON-
BU1.UK II AlAi, VilV it st n w.
LADY mm J200 AS SECURITY AND
loan to emnlovor can socuro position
with $20 a month; nothing to do1 but represent
In ofilco. Address NO HUMBUG.
GENTLEMAN, MIDDLE AOE, WOULD
llkoaplaod ns" book-keeper In an ordi
nary rloeo, or assistant; wages not so much
nn object ns a quiet, steady homo. Address
"DELOS," this office ,
JUSTH'S OLD STAND IS TnD ONLY
placo whero flrstrolnss second hand oloth
ing dan bo sold at respecUtblo prices. Ad
dress or call at 019 Dirt. n.w. T
TSOR RENT-NEARLY NEW 2 STORY BAY-
X window 7-room brick I hath room and
cellar; good y&rdj possession July 13,
OUU Ik Bl, 1 Wi
FOR RENT-HOUSE 1C03 10T1I STREET,
Half squaro north nf Dupont Clrolo.
Apply at stoto fdr 18tu and Q eta n- w.
IOR RENT-filO SECOND ST N W, D ROOM
housn In good order: 33.73: water raid.
nqnlro 430 New York avo.
TTIOR RENT-2U41 EST, NEAR NEW SIO
X nnl Office, pressed brick bay-window
iront, six rooms nnd bath! nil modern lm
proToroents; largo yardrand closots; open.
FR RENT-NO 180S 13TII 8T N W, 0
rooms and bath: front porch; rent 830'
per month. Apply 1C39 isth st n w.
I?OR RENT-110U8B Nd. 115 MARYLAND
; avo n 0, near East Capitol grounds, op
poslto reservation, high, cool nnd airy; 11
rooms; largo water tank In bath-room! I a a
month If taken nt once; now occupied.
I 70R BENT-HOUSE NO. 113 MARYLAND
non e.ndjolnlnd above-.. dnpllcato ex
cept oellar; 40 a month If taken at once.
Apply to KojW 8th stn o; . ,
I70R BENT NEW BRICICi HOUSE. 308 2D
sfcne; 8 rooms; all mod Imps; $28. Call
or address OWNER, 310 2d st n 0.
FOR BENT-VERY DfiSIHABLH 8-ROOM
brick houso at 31 p st s 0, for $23 (In ad
vance) rent per month to a family with no
small children or child. Call on tho OWNER
in tho houso.
fi)R RBNT-311 D ST N W.U BOOM HOUSE,
X . all mod Imps. Apply 133 E st n wrcor
noi'gd st, bjtflianrt Bpni , .
IOR RENT-10-ROOM BRICK HOUSE;
nil modem convonlnncos: 420 Oitnw
nnulro nt 437 Q st: fits In summer. S&Obal-
nnce jot year.
I70RRPNT-413 0TU ST NW, 10 ROOMS,
: nil with southern oxposuro; two squaro
from Patent, Post nnd Ponslon Offices and
market; woll locatod for room rontlng.
Owner, 611 Bstn w.
TOR RENT-TEN-ROOM BRICK HOUSE.
X opposlto Judiciary Squaro; on O st; nil
modern conveniences; newly papered: back
porches; $15 In summer, $30 balanco of year.
Inqulro at 437 O St.
1701 It I avo n w, 17 rs $208 31
1413Massavo, 17rs,and stable soo 00
1 Dnpont Clrolo, 11 r 200 00
1210 18th stn w.isrs 2u)ou
1 1711 Conn avo, IS rs 1C0 07
lstnstn w, near .ii, 10 rs wu uu
! 1400 Mass avo n w 160 87
, 1413Gstnw, 11 rs and store 123 00
l1228Mstn W,13r 123 00
loiun st n w, iars ra uu
1700 isth stn w. 10 rs 110 07'
1023 Mass avo, 13 rs t. 100 00
Mlstnw, 13rs 100 00
17281 st n w,,13rs,... ..,....,...,,,.,. 83 33
1018 21st stniv. lira .' 1111
f 1401 Stoughton st, ll rs 83 33
iuuu u si n w, w ii w w
5t)2Estnw, Urs 75 00
16l4Pstnw, 12 rs 73 00
1023Gstnw, Ors.w COCO
DJ3N Yavon w. Ors OS on
ixwsostn w.ll rsandetablo 7000
mi lbtnstnw ou in
1415 N stnw, 11 rs ( C5 00
20C2Rstn w.Drs WOO
014 12th st n w, 10 r ,.. O) 00
Sis 12th st n w; 10 rs-, 1 cs 00
405 G stnw, lira 1. so so
12JI N stnw, or so 00.
,1008 10th stn. w.Drs..
iio iuri:uruusi, v iq.l ,,,
OMNYavo, lOrs..., ,.
1150 17th st n w. 7 rs
017 14th st n w, 7rn.i.i , 1.
813 K J nVonw. 0ra '.
v1708Mstn w,7rs ',,
ie isinsrn w.ivrs ,
1009 11 stnw, Ors ..,,...,.,.. 37-60
l408Chapln"t, 0 rs
13.10 Biggs st, n w, 0 rs,,
1332 Biggs stnw.ers...
1334 Biggs stnw. Ors...
I3030thst n wj 0 rs
ion carouno bi. 7 rs
1431 Plcrco Placo, 0 rs 2000
234lststsw,0 r 13 00
Tho above houses can bo examined by per
mit from our ofilco only.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO.
1324 F st n w.
605 12th t. 15 rs $100 00
27 Iowa Circle. 14 rs SI 33
3327 N st n w, 13 r CO 00
102922dSt, 10,rs...l . 55 00
1C02 Vermont avo, 10 rs CO 00
1415II stn e. houso and store 18 30
I 73281st St. 13 r coon
1 11m n iiutr.un ......,, Mau
1 03J Oth st n 0, 6 rs 10 80
jaw nun's st, 0 rs,... ,,. 11 13
i houses, 13th and Kentucky avo 10 50
CIIAS. E. BANES,
With John F. Wnggaman,
N. W. Cor. 14th and U sts. n. w.
roll SALE ASH ItENT.
TDEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
TH0S. E. WAGGAMAN, 017 F streot.
Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdays.
0 STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
Bthst, botK and L sts n w $10,000
L HW Bl Bb II W, U II, III I, II TO..... ,.,. W.OUV
1 C23 and 025 II st n w, b b, and 6 h rear.. 82,000
uioi sin w, d n.m 1, i.-rs iu.wu
173011 stn w.bh, 14 rs ,,.. 15,000
623llthstnw,b b,m 1, Ors 13,000
415 3d stnw, b li.m 1, 11 rs..,.,..,,.,,. 12,500
1013 lOtli st n w, b h, tn 1, 10 rs u... 12,000
oco M st n w, j il m 1, 13 r 1. 11,001)
07() stnw, bh.ml.lOrs 8,000
823 Indiana avo n w, hh, ml, Ors 7,500
173110th stn w, bh.Ors,, 7.500
1229 Mass a onw, f h,8rs 7,350
381 st n w, b h, m 1, 11 r 0,500
lOKstne, bh,ml,iars , 4,soa
438 to 412 I stn w,f h,8T8 4.500
43(1 1 stnw, bh,7rs.. 1,500
8211 and 2213 7th stnw, bh, Ors 4,000
1132 80th Bt n w, b h, 8 rs 1,500
Alley betn ecn Sslt and 21, M and N sts
nw, bti.Ors 1,500
UNIMPROVED rROrERTYFOR SALE.
N. II. avo, bet M and N Stan w, .....SI 75
16th Bt, hot Land M sts nw 1 50
Hopkins st, bet oaudPstanw 1 23
list, bet Nil avo aud 25th it nw..." 1 23
list, bet 3d and 4th so 1 85
Massnvo. bet Del avo and O stnc 1 00
13 st, bet Canal and On w too
Mst, bet 41nndCth s w 75
G st, botsd and Sdstsn o.......,.i 00
HOUSES FOR RENT.
Tho "Mnltby." cor N. J, avo and
II stnw S1.0CO00
1.17 i stnw, iur, 10 rs
UJ 13th st n w, fur, 10 rs
1812 1 st n w, fur, 15 rs
012 1 st n w. 10 rs
3053 Pst n w, fur, 13 r
1339 1, st n w, lOrs
MO II stnw, 8 rs
50Ustnw, 11 rs
8031 1 stn w, Urs
1331 Corcoran stnw, 13 rs
4UOstn w, Ors
1221 nth stn w, 8rs
1207 Hth st n w; 7 rs
Tennallytown road.8rs ,
82iSOstn w, 11 rs ,.,
SiW Oth stnw, Ors
1014 NO avo, so, Ors
Mil stnc, Ui
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safe as U, 8, bonds; 0 per cent,, pavablo
quarterly; In sums $100 to $1,000; small pre
In sums to salt at 8 per cent.
Tho above is only a portion ot tho property
on my books. For full list oall atofflcofor
bulletin Issued on tbo 1st and 15th.
Gas Retort Stove,
Either With or Without Side Boiler,
Holding ten qnarts of water.
Gas Stoves With Ovens,
E. F. BROOKS,
33! 13th St., qpp, Twv " -
AdrertltemenU under thlt head, four tlnet or
i85 centi for thret t tnterJtonijtMeentl ifoi ,ilz.
A lnrcn Ami TW.lMno.nlrd h(t,n nf T1TTHI.
NKRH properly situated on to corner of 1 Ith
ond B sts n w, lots A, B, C, 1) and K, sij 851),
containing 10,800 squaro feet of gronnd and
s story brick wnrchonso, 30x120;
8 story brick ofilco, 85x30;
Sstoryframo warehouse (corrngatcd Iron
shcathlng)t6SxflO. , p
Nowrcntlne for $1,M0 per unnnm, proporty
nnd renting value Increasing; "an excellent
Price, !30,CW , Terms easy,
. rn. rasf of sqifi-n.vontalnlng 6O.000 snnaro
feci of ground situated on tho PENNSYLVA
NIA RAILROAD tracks; 3 small houses; Tent
raying taxes on entire aqnnrojnn excellent
location for a Lumber, Coal or Manufactur
Prlco 50a per foot Terms easy.
14 undivided Interest Irftfrtat estate spdl
cato owning several largo and valuablo pieces
Annndlvldedl lntorostin thd wharf prop
erty toot ot 10th and 11 sts s w, containing
CS.OCO squaro foot of ground and Improvod by
4 largo warehouses, 1 largo ofilco building, 3
wcl built and new whnrvos, now rontlng for
$4,000 per annum.
Prlco $20,000 Terms easy.
Tho nbovo properties must bo sold and tho
undersigned solicits and will entertain bids
on all or any part ot same. Titles guaranteed
Apply to . ., u
JAMES F BARBOUR,
431 10th stnw,
12th nnd Md avo w.
TJARE CHANCE-iBRICK HOUSE, 429 O
XV st, opposite Pension Office, will bo sold
for $8,000, by payment of $2,000 cash, balunoo
$100 yearly; rent for $000. Sco OWNER, at
437 ff st. ,
TOR SALEAA VERY "FINE BUSINESS
X 1 corner on Oth st; rental, sny, 8 por cent,
on rrlce, $19,000. This Is a choice piece, and!
can be adapted on nccount ot Its central
location tn any kind of business. J. B. WI
MBit, 1313 Fst.
II st, bet 22d nnd 23d sts n w, handsomo 7
room nDd bath britk, Just completed; prico
. Ust; hot 15th nnd lJhstsnw,,8storynnd
basement brick, 8 rooms nnd bath, woll fin
ished) near Hancock Circle; prlco $8,500
II st, bet 4th and 6th sts n w, 3-story frame,
10 rooms; lot 88x90, to alloy; prico $1,000
12th st, bet ll and It sts, i story brick, 8 rs
and bath; cellar; lot 82x05; prlco.... $0,100
B.F. GILBERT & CO..
Managers' Takoma Park.
13th. near K st n w. elnsint hrtnk
buildings; lots 52 11 by about la).. ..$00,000
P st, bet. 17th and isth sts, largo brick
dwelling, 14 rooms, it bath rooms and
, nil modern Improvements... 19,000
10th and R sts n w, beautiful location,
thrco-story and basement' brick, ten
rooms and bath, all modern Improve
O nnd 2lst sts n w, beautiful now brick
houses, novcr occuplod, Improving
neighborhood. From 7,500 to 8,500
20th, not I and K sts n w, two eight
room bricks. Forbnth 8,500
13th, between M. and N sts n w, brick
Georgetown, 31th near N st, now thrco
story brick, 11 rooms, bath and cel
lar, with nil modern Improvements;
good brick stabla on alley In rear. . . . 7,000
Now Hampshire avofubovo LBtnw,
.valuablo location, thrco-story and
basemont brick, nllmodcrn improve
ments and In excellent order . O.COO
S, between Otll and 10th fits, 8-story
brick, 8 rooms and bath, all modern
R, between 17th and 18th sts n w, 3
story 6 room frame, lot25xl27 5,702.50
E, near 4th st n w, thrco story nnd
basement brick, seven rooms and
bath, pood lot 4,700
Lo Droit Park, spruce st, new 3 story
10 room brick with all mod Imps 4,500
Plcrco Placo, bet 1 Hh and 15th, 2 story
trick, 0 rooms and bath, all modern
Now York ave, bet 4th and 5th stsn w,
C room brick houso, lot worth nearly
tho prlco 8.800
Washington st bet 4th and Cth sts n w,
s Btory brick 0 rooms, bath and collar,
rents at S28 80 nor month .1.000
A number ot 0-room brick houses In tho
northwestern and northeastern sec
tions of tbo cltyi ranging In prlco
from $1,500 to l-liXi), that can bo pur
chased on a small cash payment and
I Bt, bet N Capitol nnd 1st n w, 8 room
brick dwelling in splendid order,
w ill bo sold at a bargain. ,
Sd st 0, between O and P sts, lot CiX
105, Imjnmed by 8 story, 7 room
frame, prlco per squaro foot 70 cts.
North II st, between 21st and 81, 3
storyand cellar brick, good stable;
lot 80x140, and worth tho money
asked for tho premises. Must bo sold
to oloso an ostato.
7th st near -Boundary; good business
location; large 13 room brick.
O bet 11th and 12th n e; three lots,
16x100 each, ono lot 12x100. Prlco
per squaro foot CO cts.i
and 1st sts west, , facing Now York
nvo nnd on line of tbo- eleetrlo road;
lots 18x05 each.
Georgetown, southeast corner pf SJth
and Rsts; lot 80x80. PrlcoperBqnaro
: fOOt , SI 00
Sonth sldo of M st, between fad and
23d Bts n vr, lot 14. snnaro 51, 51 8
frontage, containing 4,007 square ft.;
price per square ft Zl 85
A splendid farm on tho Rockvlllo turn-T
pike, about 0 miles from tho city,
lontalnlng 180 acres; good buildings,
good fencing, soven springs of nover
falling water; in very high state, ot
cultivation. This Is one of the most
desirable plaoos on this plko, and wo
can sell it nt a good bargain.
Hyattsvlllo, Md.. on tho B.&O.R.R,
ten mlnntos rldo to tho city; high
.land, beautiful soonery. all conve
niences of town, such as good storos,
churches and schools; lioiscs and
lots for sale at moderato prices,
B. II. WARNER CO ,
018 F Bt n w.
st n vr. sfiverftl hrown stono fronta...S13.000
10th st n w, nr R st, brick 10,500
lithstnw, ur N.... 8,750
It stnw, bet 15th and ICth 8,500
LcDrolt Park, cottneo ami largo lot.... BOOO
Piorcott, 3 story brick D,ooo
" 8 " .. 6,000
T stnw, bet 13th and 16th...., 8,500
Lst n w, bet 3d nnd 4th 4,500
18th st, nr W, brick , 4,300
OtliBtn w. nrll 4.100
I Kst no, nr North Capitol '.,,. 4000
w si n w, nr ism t 4,oaj
Vermont avoMir T, frame ,.., 2,273
7th st n e, nr East Capitol 1,800
1418 V st. n. w.
; Valuablo lots In squaro ISO, adjoining tho
rosidence of tho lato W. W. Corcoran, fronting
on Connecticut avenao and on I street nortli
nnd near Lafayotto Square and Farragnt
Squaro, and being subdivision lots 13, 18, 17,
18, 10, 20. 81, 82, 23, 84, 83, 20, 87 in W. W. Cor
coran'! subdivision of squaro 180, In Wash
ington city, D. O. Apply to
CHARLES Mi MATTHEWS,
Tiuetccs of tho Ketatoof w. W. Corcoran,
714 13th st n w, Washington, D. C.
FRANK B. CONGER.
1413 F STREET.
8,376 square feet of ground for $10,000; s. 0.
cor, NcwTIaropshlro ave. and R st. ,
8,052 square feet of ground for $0,0001 cor,
of Now Hampshire are , 85th and It sts.
4,127 square feet ot ground for 3,000; s. w.
cor. Virginia aye. and 21th st.
17011 BALE-ABOUT ONE HUNDRED LOTS
In souares C17 and C08, near North Capi
tol, N and O sts. n. w.; on lino of the Eoklng
ton street Railway, and near tho new depot
of Baltlmoro and Ohio Railroad Company;
fair price, long tlmo and small payments to
. UU. SAUNDERS A BRO,
nvBixxsa 011 ax a an.
TOR SALE-GROCERY AND PROVISION
X store, one of the best located In South
Washlneton: domostlo matters cause for
It'" AqtllWUHUVlSKUHS! IMS omce.
Tho (lrc.it Pennsylvania loii(o
To tho North, tVcst nnd Southwest.
Doublo Track. Splendid Scenery.
Steel Hulls. Magnificent Equipment.
Irf ErrtoV .IrCTt 89, 1899.
TrnlnslcavA Washington from station, aornor
ot Sixth and B streets, as follows:
Fon Pin rwimn nnd thb West. Chicago Urn
Itcd Express of Pullman Vestlbuled Cnrs nt
9 50 am dally; Fast Lino, 0 60 it m dnlly to
Cincinnati and St. Lol, with sleeping Oafs
Jrom Plttabnrg It) Cincinnati, and Ilarrlsburg
to St, Louis: , dally, except Snturday, to Chi
cago, with Sleeping car Altoona to Chicago.
Westcrri Express, nt 740 p m dally, with
Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago and St.
Louis, connecting dally nt Ilarrlsburg with
through Sleepers forLoulsvlIloand Memphis.
Pnclflo Express, 10 00 p m dally, for Pittsburg
and tho West, with through Sleepor to Pitts
burg, nnd Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. 1
Ton KANr, Cannndalgua, Itochoster and
Niagara Falls dnlly, oxcopt Sunday, 8 10
Fon Em, Cnnandalgua and Rochoster
dally; for Buffalo and Niagara dally, oxcout
Saturday, low p m, with slccrlng Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
FonWitxiAusronT. Lock Haven nnd EI
mlra, ht 0.50 a m dally, except Sunday,
Fon PiiiLAPrtrntt, NOW York and tho East,
7.80,900.1100 and 11.40 nm:2ro, 4.10,1000
and 11.20pm, On Sunday, 900. 11 to n tn,
8 50. 4 10, 10 00 and 11.30 p m. Limited Express
of Pullman Parlor Cop, 9 40 n in dally, oxcopt
Sunday, and 3 43 p m dally, with Dining Car.
FOR PHILADELPHIA ONLY.
Fast Exrnrss, 8.10 a tn weekdays and 8.10 p
m dally. Express 810pm dally, Accom.QOO
pm daily. Y
Fon Boston, without change, 60 p tn every
Ton BnooKLTM.N, Y nil through trains
connect at Jersey City with boats of Brook
lyn annex, nfTordlng direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding double ferrlago across Now
Fon OcTATt City nnd polnts'dnDolaWaro
Division, 1,17 p m week days,
F6I1 Atlantic Citt, 0 00. 11.00 and 11.40 a
m week davs. 11 eo p m dally. .
Fon llALTinonr1, 0 35, 7J, 8.10, 0 00,0.40,
0 50, 11 00 and 1140 11 in, U 05, 1,17, 2.10, 8 60,
3.43, 410, 420, 410: 0 00. 7.10, 8.10, 10 00 and
11,20 pm. On Sunday, 0.00, O.oi, 9.W, 11.40 a
m, 8 to, 2.6O, 3.45, 4.10, d,oo, 7.10. s 10,0 00 and
Fon Font's CnsTK Link, 7.80 am and 4 10 p
ra dally, excopt Sunday. .
Ion AnNArotls, 7.80 nnd 0 00 a m. and 12 03,
4 20. and 0 00 p m dally, uxcopt Sunday. Sun
days, 9.05. a m, 4 iop ri.
ALEXANDRIA' ,AND FREnERICKSnURO
RAILWAY AND ALEXANDRIA AND
WASHINGTON 'RAILWAY. i
In ErrncTMAria, 1889.
Ton Alkxavdiiu, 4 30, 0.35,7.48, 814010 48,
1057am,12OI noon, 8 05,4J25,4 55,0A11, 0 8,
B.03, lOJOSand 1137 pm. Oil Sunday, nt 4.80
7.43, 0 43, 10 07 nm, 235,0 01, 8 02 and 1005pm.
AccoHMonATiau ,ron- Qpantico. 7.43 a ra
nnd 4 63-pm, vteok days; 7.45 am, Snndnys.
Fon Richmond and tub flotrrn, 4 30, 10.37 a
m, dally, -and c.21 p m, dally, except San
TttAtNS WAV ALIX-ANlitltA mn WAnir(tOTON
6 03, 7 05, 8 00, 0 10. 10 15, 1 1 07 0 m, 1 20, 3100,
8 10. 6,10, 7.05. 8 oft, 90, 10,34 and 11 05 p m.
On Sunday at 0.10 and 11.07 a m, 8 00,5.10, 7.05,
8 00. 0J2O and 10 33 pm.
Tickets and Information at thoofllce, north
east corner of 13th street and Pennsylvania
nvenue. and at tho station, where ordorscan
bo left for tho checking of bnggago to desti
nation from hotels and residences.
CIIA8. E. PUGH, J. R. WOOD,
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Schedulo III Effect Juno 28, 1889.
Leavo Washington from Station comor of
New Jersey avenno and C street.
Fon Chicago and Northwost, Vcstibuldd
Limited express dally 11.80 a in, express 0 00
Fon Cincinnati, St. Louts nnd Indianapo
lis, express dally, 3 00 nnd 11:15p.m.
Ion Pirrrauno and Clovcland, Vestlbuled
Limited express dally llr20 a mandoxpruss
Fon WmzUNa, Parkcrsburg nnd Principal
Stations on Mnln Lino, Express dally, except
Monday, at 8 65 a m.
Fon LcxiRaTOK and Local Stations, tlO 30
Felt lUtTraotiE, wcok days, 4 00,500,040,
7.20, 8.80, 9 30 (43 mlnntCS), 0 43, 11 00. It 00. (15
minutes) a m. 12 10, 8.05 2 30 (45 mlnntos), 3 15
(15 mlnutcs),8.83, 4.85, 4 30, 4 33, 5 30, 0.80, 7 00,
7.30, 9.00, 10 30 and 11 10 p m, Snndays, 4 00,
7.00, 8 SO, 9.30 (43 mlnntos), 0 43 a m, 12 00, (45
minutes), 1.15, 8 05, 8.30 (45 minutes). 8 25, i 25,
4.85,0 80,7 00.7.80,000, 10.80 and 11.30p.m.
Fon Way Stattons between Washington
nml Italllmnrn nnnrlt.jn R.Win m illnam
4 85,0.80, 1130 p m. Sundays, 8 80 a m. 1.15,
Tiiains ixaie Baltlmoro for Washington,
week days, 5.10,. 0.80, 0.30, 7.15, 7.80, 800(13
minutes), 8.30, i.u, 10 80 (45 minutes) a m;
12.15, 1.43 (45 minutes), 8.00, 3,00, 4.05 (43 min
utes), 4.15J 5 OO; 00, 0 80. 7.40, 7 41. 8 00, 10 05,
10.10 nnd Il.OOnm. Sundays, 830, 7.13,8.30,
15, 1080(45mlnntes)nmr 1860, 1.15(45 min
utes), 8 00, 4(15, 8.00, 6.30, 7.40, 7,45, 8.00, 10.03,
10 10 nnd 11 00 p.m. '
tvn hat iiidoe iTnins icavo aj. ez u. ao
t. Washington, week davs 9 05 a m. 1J nnd
85 p m. Snndays, 9.50 a m, 1.43 and 3,15 p m.
i,cuvo -liny Jtiugu, wock tinys, u.iuanuo.3U
pm, Sundays, 3.40, 6 00 and 0 00 pm.
Fon Annatous, 6 40 and 8.30 a m; 12 10, 4 S3
and 0.30 p in. On Sundays, 8.80a m, 4 35 p m.
Leavo Annapolis, 0,40, 8.87 a m; 12.05, 3 50 and
0.15 pm. Sundays, 8.37 a m, 4 00 p m.
Fon bTATioNs on tho Metropolitan Branch,
10.45, (10.30 am, 1. 15 pm, for principal sta
tions only; 1 10.30 a m, 1 1.80 and 13 30 p m.
Fon ltocKTiixB anil Way Stations, tl.33
Fon flArmtnmrina and Intermediuto points,
0 CO n m, tl2 so. 'S.SS, til 20 p m.
Fon IIotd's and Intcrmcdlato stations, 17.00
pm. Slow pm.
Luuncii tiiain leaves Washington on Sun
day at 115 pm, stopping at all stations on
Foil FniDKmcK, t0.45, 110.30 a ra, t3 00, 14 30
pm. Snndays, 1.15pm.
FOn HaoxiwtoWn, 8 53, 110 30 a m, and 3 30
Thaimi arrlyQ from Chicago dally 11.45 a m
and 4 05 p m; from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dolly 3 .50 a mand 1.65 pm; from nttsburg
7. 10 a m.C 50pm dally.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIVIS
Fon New Yomt, Trenton, Nowark and
Elizabeth, N. J, 4 OO, t8.00, 80, '12.00 am,
2 30, 4W and 10 30 p m. Buffet Parlor
Cars on all day trains. Sleeping oar on tho
10.80pm, open ato, pm. Tho 4 80pm train
does not stop at Elizabeth.
Fon Fiiilaueuiiia, Newark, Wilmington,
nnd Chester, 4 00, t8 00, 'OSO, U00 am,
2 10, o, 7.oo and 10.30 p m.
Fon lNTxnuEDtATE roiNTs between Baltt
more and. Philadelphia, t3.30 a m, 2.30 and
t4 30pm. '
Tiuins leave Now York for Washington,
8 SO, tll.OOn m, 1.30, 2J0, d.JS, 3.00 p m,
and I2 00 night. v
TnAtis i.kate Philadelphia for Washington,
4,l0,8.15,ll.l0a n, tl.33, 4 15, '5 05, 5 43
Foil Atlantic Citt, 4 CO and 0 30 a m, 12 00
noon and 2 SO p m. Sundays, 4 00 a m aud
Fon Iono BnANcii and Ocean Grove.llS 00 m.
Except Sunday. Dally, fbunday only.
(Except bnndny and Monday.
Baggage culled for and cheeked from lip
tcls and rcsldeilcea by Union Transfer Com
pany on orders loft ni tlokot ofllcos, C19 and
1351 Pa avo , and at Depot.
J. T. ODEI.L, CUAS, O. SCULL,
Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Chesapeake & Ohio Route.
schcdnlo In effoot May 12, 1889,
Trams leavo Union Depot, Sixth and B
streets. 10.57 a m for Newport Nowi, Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk, dallv. Arrtvoln
Old Point at 6.60 p in, and Norfolk at 0.20
11.34 a m-Clnclnnatl Expross, dally, for
stations In Virginia, West Vlrglnlo, Kentnoky
and Cincinnati. Vostlbnto Bloopers through
without cbango to Cincinnati, arriving at 8.10
0.40 p m-F. F. V. Vestibule Spoolal, dally,
solid trains with dining oars run through
without change to Cincinnati. Vosllbulo
bleopcr for Loxlngton and Loulsvlllo.
Ofuce, 513 Pennsylvania avenue.
II. W. FULLER. Gen. Pass. Agent.
S. S. SHEDD & BRO
Lawn Vases and Settees.
ECONOMY GAS RANGES
For Summer Cooking.
PLUMBING, TINN1NO AND FUnNACE
WORK DONE PROM1TLY.
432 Ninth St. N. W.
Aro advised to have tho annual Clean
ing and Repairing of Furnaces and
Stoves dono at this time, as now we
can sind our Most Skillful Mechanics,
and the work oan bo dono mora
cheaply and satisfactory than In tho
Hayward & Hutchinson,
j vi xiXTjr HTitvnv
J.L. WlLLSTT. 8, H. aWTNMS,
Vermont nve. ana Lst, n. w.
Choice Groceries, Meats and Provisions,
The Dost Goods at tha Lowest Frlocs.
jttwketlBa delivered tte
18 not only rt distressing complftlnt,'6f
Itself, but, by causing tho blood to
becomo doprnvcil nnd tho tynttm on
fcoblril, Is tha parent ot lumimcrablo
maladies. Tlmt Aycr'H Saranpnrllln
in tho beat euro for Indigestion, ovch.
when complicated with Liver Complaint,
la procil by tlio following; toatiuiony
from Sirs. Joseph I.nko, of llrockwny
- Centre, Mleli.l
"Mvor coirtplnlnt nnd liiillrcstlon
mndo my llfo n burden ntul cnino near
ending my existence For moro than
four yearn IsuIIorcd untold agony, was
reduced nlmost to a skeleton, and hardly
bad Htrcnntli to draft myself about. All
hinds of food distressed mo, and only
tlio most dclicato could bo (llRcstcd at
nil. Within tlio tlmo mentioned sovcrnl
pliyslclans treated niowlthotitRiving re
lic f. Nothing; that I took seemed to do
nny permanent good until I commenced
tlio uno of Ayer's Bnrnapnrllla, which
has proddccil wonderful results. Boon
niter commcuclnp; to tako tho Sarsapa
rllla I could sco an Improvement In my
condition. My appetite began to return
nnd with It camo tlio ability to digest
all tho food taken, my strength Im
proved each day, ami after a tow
months ot faithful attention to your
directions. I found myself a well
woman, nolo to attend to all household
duties. Tha medicine has given mo ft
now lco3o of llfo." .
Dr. J. C. Ayer ti Co., Lowell, Mass.
Pike 1 ; li bottles, (S. Worth t& a bottle.
rECIAL SUM1IEK INfiTRUCTION,
U,'VUVU1,I.1 .Ilinillunn VUIIUKU. VUI. IbllUtlU
D Bts. n. w. Exceptional advnntaitoH for
training during tbo summer months In Rapid
Writing,, Book-keeping, English Ilranohes,
Tolegrapby, Shorthand ond Tpyo-Wrlllng,
Upoclnl olnssosfor students fitting for tho
hither grades In .public schools Morning
sessions, Oto isj evening, 0 to 8. Call or send
HENRY C JsFJCNCEn. LU RM ,
, . Vlcn-1'rlnclpal."
rpHE DERL1TZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES.
ns 14th street northwost.
lnMntnM Itfl.lrtA.. ITnll.ai. AAH 11. n.t
EXTRACT OF ME AT
Finest and Cheape li.Moat Flavouring Stock
for Soups, Mado Dishes and Sauces. As Reef
Tea, "an Invalnablo tonlo." Annual salo,
GENUINE ONLY WITH FACSIMILE OF
JUSTUS VON VEIIIIG'S SIGNATURE IN
BLUE ACROSS LAUEL.
Bold by Storekeepers, Grocers and Drug
gists. LIEUIG'8 EXTIUCT OF MEAT CO ,
No. 93 Perm, 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 great deal
lof 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,
Weare 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 b'ox containing
sufficient to mend iorty
pages pf 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 ol
our summer prices.
JOHN F. ELLIS & CO,
937 Pa. avo., near lOlh st.
V. Baldwin Johnson
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Wood. a,n.3L Ooal.
And the Washington Gas Co.'s CoUo.
Completo Facilities. Uottom l'rlooj
Full Weight and Measure.
Wood and Coal direct from tho forests and
mlnea by rail and water, and troo from slag,
elate anil other lmpurltfej.
QIVB MB A TRIAL.
Mala Yard and onioo. 1101 n. I. avo. n. vr.
Branch " BllAst-s.o.
Branch " " 610 4Vi a t . s. w.
Urancboffloo for orders, corner Tenth and I
mncaoflicaforordorg, oornur 13th. and it
sts. n.w. , . ..
THEV DIED AFTER THE FIOHT.
A 1.1st of rnellsh nnd American rugll
Ists Killed by Their Opponents.
Wlillo (lie groat nlm of tlio profeseora
of tho manly nrt Is to ficttlo all dlll
ctiltlcft with nature's weapons only anil
to tlo nwny 1th dcailly tdrlfo, tberc have
liccn mnny pugilists who havo met their
ilentlt In tho prlo ring or shortly lifter
Ihe light. Mnllcc, however, wai not
iho cntiPo of these unfortunate fotil
torinlnruloni, ns tho surviving principal
hns generally been acquitted on trial nr
received n nominal Imprisonment nnd
there lu not ft Mnglo cite o oil rcoor 1 of
Ihe olTctukr ltnvlng been lmnrcil In
most cases lormliintlng fnlnlij lIu bark
crs of tho men havo boon to blntne fi
permitting brnve fcllowo to bo pounded
Into Insensibility nftcr Nttturc hn nil
but dcsLtUd them, In order, If possible
lo win their wagers. The following list
of fnlnl prbo fights Is the first tlmt lu
A determined mill took place In Tu
lnnd between Turner nnd Curtis In
October, 1810, ending In the defeat f
Curtis. The odds vcro 2 to 1 on Ou
tls, who had recently been In the hos
pltal, nnd who entered against the
wishes of his friends, saying ho woul I
win or dlo. Turner was sentenced to
two months' imprisonment At Newgale,
Wnr nnd Watson hnd a "tntn up" on
their way to the second l)ght between
Dan Hcndozn nnd Pick Humphreys nt
Odlhnm, England, January 1788 Wut
son wns killed by a blow In tbo
Jem llattcs nild Clayton" fought In
England April 23, 1817. Clayton was
gttling llic best of it when ti terrlllc
blow on tho Jugular vein Tendered hlm
Bcnselcis, nnd ho tiled In rtbout two
hours. There was no animosity between
the two men nud nothing unfair In tho
contest. Although found guilty of
ninnslaughtcrj Unites Was lined ono
shilling nnd imprisoned for six mouths.
A dispcrnte battle came off In Eng
lnnd April 4, 1823, between Watts nnd
Smith, in which, at tho end of ono hour
nnd ten minutes. Smith received a blow
on the carotid nrtcry which rendered
him senseless, and lie died thai next
Scott nnd Brown ma In England No
vember 0, 1824, for it purso, out .when
time wns fnlled for the twentieth round
Drown wns sens less rTuT ;dfnnbout
twenty hours. On trial e jury gavo
their opinion that tho vnf died of over
exertion nnd exoncratodveott.
Owen Swift, tho Little Wonder, as
ho wns Willed from bnvlrtg won fifteen
bnttlos out of seventeen when only 20
years of nge, mot-nnd defeated Anthony
JNoon for the second tlmo Jurie 2-1, 18IH,
in Andova, England, for JC50 n side.
After lighting seventy tlireoi rounds In
two hours and six minutes, Noon to.
eclved n blow which proved fatal.
Sw if t surrendered, nnd wns imprisoned
for six months In Winchester Castle.
Swift nnd Bill Phelps, I -known
ns Brighton BUI, fought at Koylston,
England, for 50 n tide, March 13,
1838. The battlo lasted ono hour nnd
thirty-lit o minutes, eighty-flvo closely
contested rotlnds being fought. Tho
Llttlfi Wonder wns declared tho victor,
although both were taken from tho
ground Insensible. Phelps died March
10 frtra effusion of blood td tho brain,
n result' bt tho pnnlshrric'nt Tcccltad.
SWlflyioh .hearing of Pholp'S dentil,
fled to-Trance, wheio after defeating
Jnok Adams twice he lMuincd to Eng
land, and wns trlod nt tho Hertford
Assizes nnd ncqulttcd.
Bimon Byrne, champion of Ireland,
nnd Alexander, nllns "Sandy" McKay,
champion of Scotland, fought tho ecc
ond battlo at Selccy Forest, -England,
Juno 2, 1830. The men hnd previously
fought In Scotland. Tho second match
was for 200 n side, nnd after tv fearful
light of forty-seven rounds in fifty.
thr?e minutes Sandy was knocked
senseless nnd died on the following
Thursday. Byrno was tried for man
slaughter nt tho Buckingham Assizes
James, nllns "Dcnf" Burke, cbnrn
Slon of England, met Simon Bvrno nt
To Man's Lnnd, England, Slay 30,
1833, for 100 n side nnd tho champion
ship. In the ninety-ninth round Byrno
fell senseless. Tho fight had lasted
three hours nnd six mlnntcs. Hyrnb
died thTCc days afterward. Burke wns
tried for" manslaughter In thb first tie
grce rit the Hertford Ahslzcs, July 11 ot
thd snmo-ycnr and ncqulttcd.
Mike Mndden bent Jack Jones at
LonjjHcnchj England, December 11,
18507 lu twenty-threo rounds In sixty
soven minutes. Jones' died of Injuries
received. At Mnidetonc Madden was
tried for manslaughter nnd acquitted.
Chris. LVlyand Tom McCoy csgnged
In n desperate battlo near Hastings, N
Y., September 13, 1842, for $400. It
resulted In tho death of McCoy after
120 lounds had been fought. Lilly was
Bhot February 10, 18r)7, on board tho
Guntcmnllnn brig Santiago or raging
wnr against Nicaragua utitltr Genural
Charles Lynch (right nnmoLognc)
beat Andy Kelly at lluvlcr's Landing,
N. J., September 17, 1850. The battlo
lasted one huudrcd nnd five minutes.
eighty-flvo rounds in nil. Kelly was
beaten Into Insensibility nnd died shortly
nfter. Lynch lied to England nnd bo
came fcather-wtlght champlonrbut af
tcrsomo years returned to thcLnltcd
States and died In this city
Billy Walker and Jimmy Weodon
had a terrific encountor near Peuns
tlllo, N. J., August 31, 1870, and in the
county-sixth round Walker was
thrown on his head and rendered case
less; tlrao, ono hour uml flftv r'ht
minutes. He novcr recovered in
sclousncss, expiring ut 3 40 p 'hi
snmo day on board the boat I p
riving nt Camden tho nnthorltii'i tnk
chargo of Walker's body nnd trur
fcrrcd It to the residence of Ids parents,
South Second street, Philndclnhl
Weedon, Johnny CInrko, Sam Collycr,
"Fiddler" Nenry nnd Dick Goodwin
wcro nrrcstcd ond sentenced for n term
of imprisonment at Trenton, N J ,
whero Wcdon died November 0, 1877
Tho latest fnlallty in the prize ring
wns tho killing of Georgo Fuljaraes nt
Grand Forks, Dak., September 23 1888,
but no one, ns yet, has been hul nc
countable, for his death, and ni far ns
tho authorities nro concerned the nntnu
milst of Fuljames on that nccuslon re
mains unknown. N. Y. World
Ailvlco to Mothers.
Mrs. Winston's Soothing Syrup should
always houfcd for children teething. It
foothes tho child, softens tho gums, allays
all pain, cures vilnd tollc, and It Is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. 23c. a bottle.
If Yon XVunt to Keep Cool
get a mohair or an alpaca coat and vest for
a. Kiscmau llros., Seventh and E, manu
facturing clotbelers and tailors.
Old-raslilon Fourth af July Celebra
tion at liny HIiIru.
Tlio management at Hay Kldgo has i
ranged for an old-fashioned celebration on
this occasion. Amongthamauy attnutt mi
will ho bevy, tho vorld-rcnowued cornel i
al Academy Band, tho singing of the
"titnr Bpanclcd Bannor, lu wUtli 'hi
audience of 10,000 persons will 1 Imlt 1 o
Join. A battery of artillery and tho uvll
Chorus has also been outraged at en it ex
pense. An unparalleled dlsiilaj of llroworlis
will bo gt cu at ulght Flrsi-tluss meals f ur
niebctl at Day Kldgo at reasonable rates.
Remember tho rate, only (1 for tho round
Invest Yuur Monoy
In a truo bargain and get a suit for $0.85
which wo lormerly sold for $15, Elseman
Bros., Seventh and E, manufacturing
clothiers and tailors
DxbOium's 1'iLi.a act like maglo on a