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TflE WAgfflNffTON OTITIC WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 3, 1880.
jrC3"nKAI)(lUAnTKI!3 OP TIIK METIU)
fe' l'OUTAN I'OMCK,
, Wahiisotox, II. u.,Julyl. 1SOT.
Notice Is herchy Riven Hint tho following
law and rollco ventilation respecting fire
works nnd explosives will bo rlRldly cii
foiccd: , "Ami Itshnllnotholawftilforaiiyporsonor
; persons to set off firecracker, squibs or other
nrtmclal fireworks In any street or avomio
within ono hundred yards of any dwelling
nonso, nnucr a iiennny noi execcumc nvo
Dollars nor less Minn Ona Dollar for each
anil every jsncli offense."
WM't Digest, . 310.
"No fireworks or explosives of any kind
whatsoever shall homnnnfactnrcd, stored,
kept or used within tlio limits of tho Dlitrlot
of t'olmnhla without a llcenso previously ob
tained from tho Major of I'ollco under dlrco
lion of tho Commissioners, or except In con
nection with public works under direction qt
thooftleers In charce thereof.'' Boo.- 4, Ait.
IX, 1'ollcc Itcftulatfons.
, , w. a. .Moojtn,
Major nnd Superintendent,
V. W; IlOCOUSS,
C. VV. ItAYjKWtf,
Commissioners, 1). C.
boohs cnntAlnlnir 100 tickets, trans
ferable; good on all lines of llenllo C'oaohcl.
l'crtJcat tho company's ofllecs, 10th nnd I)
sts. n. c.nnd 10I2I5 st.in wond at tho follow
ing driiR stores: F. 1'ltzcr &CO..&01 13 Cap.
ft.; T. l:. Oernm, 1211 I'a. avo. n. w.: F. JIcC.
Crlswfll. 1101 F st. n. w. A.J.Bchaftlrt.N.
rati. and II its.Itobcrt8cuoll,3Ist and (1 sts,
CnjSUlJtTS TO MKAHUItR-.
POHl'st. n. w.
fttHf-LADlHS! LAl)KSU,Al)Iiat .
zxs' Mrs.McC'nffcrty Is tho.only hat and
bonret-frnmo manufacturer In tlio city. Call
nml see her now shapes. lllcachlnR and
rrCHsldf. Straw and felt hats.allcrod to the
latest styles, timers promptly auenucu 10
1000(1 street n.w.
IrSJiyTlIK NATIONAL tJAFK. DEPOSIT
w Compnny, 1MI1 st. and Now York
avenue, receives silverware and all kinds of
valuables on deposit. Safes of all sizes for
rent. Vaults fire-proof, burglar-proof, damp
proof, Inside of their now building, with
walls 3 feet 0 Inches thick. Construction lire
proof throughout. Equipment unsurpassed
Apartments provided exclusively for ladles.
Ico Cream, Pure Candles. Cakes, Tics,
Nuts, Foreign nnd Domcstlo Fruit, ut
OEOltUB W. WKIDMAN'S,
, 3(0 l'a. avo. s. e.,
3iT"NOT10F..-No bills will bo paid for
-' supplies, etc., furnished tho steam
ers of tho Inland & Seaboard Coasting Co.
savo those purchased on the orders of Hunt.
UEO. II. PHILLIPS and Scotctary'ALFItED
tSr-FOH EASY FEET VISIT DIt. WHITE,
zx' chiropodist, 1410 Pa. nvo., opposite
Wlllard's Hotel. All diseases ol tho feet suc
cessfully treated by Dr. A. O. Whlto, sonof
tho late George A. White. Dr. Whlto has
been connected with his father's business
hero and In llaltlmoro for noarly nineteen
years. Established In Washington lhOl. Fee,
11 per visit. II out 9. 8 to 0; Sundays, 0 to 13.
KEnTHK WASHINGTON AnciTlTEOT
as' DUAL 1HON AND DUIDQE WOUK8,
EDWA1U) L. DENT.M. E.,
Tho best facilities In the city for all kinds
of Iron work.
Steel Beams, Angles, etc., always In stock,
Flno Ornamental Casts and Wrought-Iron
Work a specialty.
Repairs and general machlno work dono In
tho best manncrnnil at short notlco. &
Solo Licensees In tho District of CoYgnbla
for the "Uoclz-Mltchell" system ofliPam
Anchors and Potcctors. ,
Works: Cor. 33d and Water BtrectsjTele
pbone, 428-3. r
Office: J413 G Street n.w.;Tolophono,4JS-2.'
Washington. P. C.
iSiiiulit te riml dally by all InUrettetl, ai
chaiian way occur at any time,)
Letters for foreign countries seed not 1)0
rroclally addressed for dispatch by any par
ticular Mramer, except when It Is desired to
tend duplicates of banking and commercial
documents, letter not specially addressed
being cent by tho fastest vessels available. -
Foreign malls for tho week ending July
Cth will cloo promptly In all cases nt tins
offlee as follows:
MONDAY At 10 n. m. for Central America
and South Paclflo Ports, per s. s. City of
l'ara. via Asnlnwall flettcrs for Guatemala
-junst be directed "per City of Para"tatll
a. xn.-fcr rort nulTlncc, Jaomel. Cupaco
and Savanllla, Ac, via Curaco, per a. s.
rrlns Wlllcm I Icttci'n for Venezuela, Trin
idad, British and Dntoli Guiana must bo
directed "per Frlns Wlllora l"l;atsp. m.
for I'ncrto Cortez, per e. s. Prof. Morso,
from NcwOrlcahs: at 3 p.m. for VeUzo,
luerto Cortez and Guatemala, per s. s.
Breakwater, from Now Orleans; at 4 p. a.
for Porto nico dlreot, tier s. . cumeratu,
TUESDAY. At S a. m. for tho La .Plata
Countries direct, per s. b. Hampton; at 4:30
P. m. for Europe, icr . s. Arizona, Tla
(ueenstown letters for Germany, Den
mark, Sweden, Norway, Hussla and Turkey
must be directed "per Arizona").
WEDNESDAY, At 0 a. m. for Iroland, per
. s. Gallia, via Uuccnstown letters for
Great Britain and other European coun
tries must bo dlrocted "per Gnllla": at 5
a. m. for Belgium, direct pers. s.Noordland.
via Antwerp letters must be directed "per
Noordland"; at 6:30 am. for Europe, per
s. b. Lahn. via Southampton and Bremen
(letters for Ireland must bo dlroctod "per
Lahn"; atl p. m.for Camppohe,-Chiapas,
Tabasco and Yucatan, per s. s. city of Alex
andria letters for Cuba, also Tamplco and
Tuxpam direct, and other Mexican StotM,
via Vera Cruz, must bo directed "per City
TIWItSDAY. At 0:30a. m. for Euvepe, per s.
a. llamraonla, via .Southampton and Ham
burg letters for Ireland must bo directed
"per llaromonla"l; at 030 a. m. for the
Netherlands, per s. a. Obdam, vl 1 Itotter
lam letters must bo directed "per
fihiiam'M! nt 7 a. m. tor navu. ocrs. s.
Athos loiters for Savannllla, etc.. must bo
directed "per Athos": at 8 a. m. for Pro
creso, per s. 8. B. Yglcslas via Havana
letters for other Mexican states must ho
directed "per B. Ygleslas"; at 3 p. m. for
Truxlllo and Ituatan, per s.s. S.l'lzzatl,
from Now Orleans; at 11,30 p. m. for Now
I1111111II1LL11I ' I steamer from Halifax, at
Bisa p.tl -ff St. Plerro-Mlquolon, per
FltlDAY. Atlla. m. for Bormuda, per s. s.
Orinoco; at lp.m. tor nassnu, n. 1:, uuu
rantiagu. luuu, itvr b. s.poiiiiukw.
iATURDAY. At 7 a. m. for Norway dlreot,
pers. s. noma ticucrs must do uirotuea
'nerllekln"!: nt7a. m. for Franco. Switz
erland, Italy, Spain and Portugal, per s. ..
1 1 Gascoirne, via Havre letters for Austria
BtfUSl ue airecteu -per i.a uascoguu, Ji ai
. m, lor ticotianu uireot, per. s, s.
kCssia, via Glasgow J letters must De u
n "nor Fiimessla"!: nt 7:10 a.m. for
SL. T.l.-,u ,un,...l lli.1ln XTn.l.Ari.
f TVHV Jirnuiu, jruiuim, iiuikiuwi. .wiuw
linds, Gormany, Denmark, Swcdon.Norr
L'nv. lhiHHla nnd Tnrkev. ner s, a. Elba via
routharanton nnd Bromen letters must bo
rdlrcotcd "per Elbe"; at H a. m. for Euroixi,
kiicrs. s. Uinbrla, via Quocnstown letters
k'or France, Swltzei'land,- Italy, Spain nnd
Portugal must uo iiireeicu "per umurm "i;
Liua. m. inr nt. uroix una ou aiiuuiui, via
Croix, also vvinuwaru isiaiiiisMiirect,
;'S- s. iiermuua;at 10 a. m.ior Jamaica
LI for Costa ltlca, via Llmon. per. s. s.
Is; at 11 n, in. for Venezuela and Ciiriloao,
savanuia, via i;urncao, per b. s. va-
xa iietierB xor outer i;iiioinrnin i-oris,
uracao, must uo airectou -per vaien
; at 1 p. m. for Cuba, per s. s. Senoca,
nvnna (letters must bo dtreuted nor
Lea!1; at 3 p.m. for Truxlllo, pers. a.
rl. .lr.. finm TJnw OrlAnn.
Sir China and Janan. ner B. s. Cltv of
e Janeiro Ifrom San l'rnnolsoo, oloso
Wulv Sd at 7 n. m. stalls tor Ha-
ITn Islands, per s. s. Umatilla from
I'rnnclsool.-closo hero July 13th. ut 7
i Mans lor Australia, now eaianu,
lllan, FIJI nnd Samoan Islands, per
rlameda (from San Franclscol. closo
I Julv Jlst nt 7 n. m for on urrtvnl
low York of s. s. Auranla with Brit-
lalls for Austraiiaj. Alans for tua
v ismilUH. per aiiip cuy ui tui)t.'iii
Ian Francisco, closo horo Juno J5th
;. m. Aiaus tor vuua ny run to
kFln., and thcuco by stcamor, via
it, ja., ciosu at mis ouico uauy at
Inedulo of closing of Trnns-FaclBo
Lrangeil on tlio piosumpiion oi tiieir
11 vvenanu trantit tuauu rrau
from tho rast arriving oh timb
clseo on tho dnvof Bailing of
laro dispatched tbenco tho same
aisivreu iuhu clones ut u;i p. iu.
CUltHELlUb VAN uirri',
Now York. N. Y., Juno S3, 1BS9.
VT11Y 11KAK EHVATK.
TYbTUEin-H, AYENUES AND
.Tho hcautlfnllysltuated tract
11 "soutu urooKianu" Having
Id In accordance with tho plan
in i icetsvu icetnnu avenues
m now pincoti on tno margci,
ioi tno Metropolitan it. J..,
pining urooxianu, nuout ono
k city, and but a short ills
RlrtrlA cats, and nnar tho
ii-iu,.ritv onlv tn minutes' (Irlvo to tno
city by Central avonuo, oil of whloli makos It
very desirable, ai.M property which will rap
Idly Increase In value, l'or the present lots
wlUbosoId at tho low prlcaof from 3 to 12
cents on easy terraa. For plats, eta., apply, to
TtFDFOTiD w. -WALKiin., jew p nt, p, yt,
VTA it TJtn 11BT.V.
JLdrtrtXstmtnts tittrfi- this html. fMir tints Or
lets, M ctntsJOr three Insertions; M ccntsor six,
WANTKD-A IIKSl'i:CTAllI.K WillTK
boy about 10 years of nijo (who Is will
ing to work) to make himself useful In tlio
store and mncrmnds. Applyntroaoth stn w.
WANTKO-A WOMAN AT ONCIlt FIIIST
class cook, washer and Ironcrj recom
mendations required. Apply at 14a ltllist
WANTED-A WOMAN I'Oll flUNKHM.
housework! to ono well recommended
r.ood wnccs will ho plvcn. Inquire nt 11)7
10th st nw,
WANTEO-AN EXCELLENT COOK CAN
procure a cood homo with mall family:
must live on place Apply nt once nt 17 i I
nth st n w. -
TXrANTBtJ-A YOONI) MAN ,T TAKE
V V caro ff It bono and-ronkO'ihlmsclf (ton
crallyusi'ful Blmiittlio lioiiso.at7lfltliatn.
WANTJ5D-A (iOOD WHITB OIUL IN A
small family to do general housework,
washlngnnd Ironing; wages, $1 per month.
irANTED-A SMALL AND NEAT COL
Vy orcd boy for wnltcrr must bo aotlvo
nnu pouw. ian 11 sm w. in nnsoment
nve,i,flrt-elass -waltt and
irANTED-A NEAT COLOItEI) BOY, 10
YV or ID years, to assist In dining-room
nnd mako himself useful about tho homo.
Apply B13Q st.
WANTED-A OENTEEL (II ItL TO NUIISK
and asslt In housework. Must coma
wcll-recommcndcd. Apply nolo I'ortnor
J'laco, hot. Hth ami 15th ami V and V 11 w.
WANTED-A HELTAflLE WOMAN TO 1)0
general housework. Inqnlro at 1017 O
st n w.
V V r Ntn'lIRW'S. 403 Pa avo n w. '
WANTED-LADY WITH .FAHt.EDUOAi
Hon to represent leading "Art" pub
lisher In small towns during summer. Perma
nent position nnd excellent pay. Call por
sonnlly. 8 HESS. 430 Till stn w.
WANTED-nVENTY ACTIVE HOYS, IS
tu IS years old, to do light work at
8THAU8 A CO.'H greenhouses, Itladensburg
roau. next ait, oiivct ucmetery.
nTIANTEDA YOUNG, GENTEEL WHITE
VV- man, nbont 18 or 30 Tears old, Va go to
tho country tu do light work. Address lit! S
WANTED-SCmiB OI11LS AT THE AH
Hngton Hotel. Apply to tho HOUSE
ANTED-A GIIU,, F0K OENEHAL
housowork: must bo a cood cook. Ao-
ANTED-S5 LADIES TO LEAUN THE
art of drcss-cuttlnir bv tho tcrfcct
tailor sciuarc, at reduced price; cutting, fit
ting and patterns cut to order. lM3Conn
WANTED-AT CITY INTELLIGENCE
oftlco, men, women nnd girls to tnko
places now ready; applications for Govern
ment positions prepared; cooks and waiters
for Yallcy View Springs. "11 u st n w.
Adrtrtlttmtntt under thUhead, fourllnetor
Iter, Si cent! for three insertion: SO centefor elx.
WANTED-BYA ItESPECTAHLE V?itrrn
girl a situation to do housework In n
lirlvate family; refcrcnoo. Coll or address
WANTED-A SITUATION AS A WAITEII
In a private family bra young mm
who can gho tho best of city rcfcrcncoj.
Call at 300 4) st 8 w.
WANTED-BY A BMAIIT COLOHEI) BOY,
aged 14, n placo whero ho can mako
himself.. generally useful: , references fur
iilsbcdi Addipss HUSKIN ItUUEUTS, 13
Dcfrecs St. '
(diploma), euro of lady during conflno
ment; would go as monthly nurse; could
accomuiodato a lady at her own homo, pri
vate, comfortablo and healthful: first-class
physicians' references. Mns. TAYLOlt, 3) C
WANTED - SITUATION I1Y A FIRST
class man cook can tako chargo, and
havo no objection going away. Addross C.
H. P.. 1810 10th st n w.
Tt7ANTED-BY A IlESl'ECTABLE WIIITC
YV lady, settled and experienced, a po
sition as houbckecncr or companion to a
lady: has best of references. Audross A, M,
II.. 171913th stnw.
WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS HUN
dress work to do at home. Best of
reference. AddrpssSiaorM st n w.
WANTED-BY ItESPECTAHLE COLORED
woman, situation as chambermaid or
nursoln prlvato family; no objection leaving
city. Call or address ira 13th stn w.
WANTED-BY A SETTLED WHITE Wo
man, a placo to cook, wash and Iron
for a small private family. Call at 6O3S0tu
st n w.
BY TWO B.ESPECTABLE
girls, situations; ona as chain
assist In housework, other as
or cook. Call or addross 033
Y T colored
bcrmald or to
BY A JNEAT. COLORED WO-,
placo to cook or wash for a
Call at S120I'' stnw.
TT man, a
ITT-ANTED A TOS1TION BY A GENTLE
VV roan, cither at hotel (bar)oragentifor
whisky or cigar houso. Address 910 8th 8t s o.
Will furnish good recommendations.
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN IN PATENT
attorney's office; ono familiar with
type-writer preferred, ( Address P O BOX C8,
TATANTED-AT 0C8 M 8T N W, A GOOD
'VV cook, washer and, troner; must oomo
'well recommended. , ,
"WANTED TO KENT FOR YEAR Oil
V V term of years from October, by family
of three grown persons, an unfurnished or a
well-furnished houso. containing not less
than 18 looms nbovo bascmont. In doslrablo
central locality. Address IS-K) Mass avo
WANTED-DIHECT FltOM OWNER 0 OR
T-room houso as an lnvostmont-.reutlng
for J23 or J30 por month; will pay S8,600 or
S3.000 cash; with all conveniences nnd a bar
gain; northwest prolerrcd. Address L.
WOOltK, l-amel. Mif.
WANTED MISC XELAXjioVS.
Ailctitlionentt under thU head, four fines or
lilt, ii ctnttfor tht ee Insirtlont; SO centefor ill.
WANTED-LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
for my summer classes In fencing and
German! Gciinau taught In two weeks, by tho
conversation method! teims. ?I0 cash, Call
botwocnland 7 pm. PROFESSORJ. M.E.
HALL, W.L.I. C. Armory.
WANTED-AN ACTIVE BUSINESS MAN,
with some capital, well known in tho
olty, deslios to enter a paying business whero
business talent nnd nnsh enn ho made ororlt-
ablo; or would tako chargo or management
or an CBiato; nrst-eiass rcierencos iiirnisneu.
Kcsponslblo parties only need address In con
fidence with full particulars. P. O. BOS 3111,
CI t y.
WANTED-A SEVKN.UOnSE OTTO GAS,
ouglnormuxt bo cheap. E. G, CUYLER,
719 E Preston St. Hallo., Mil.
WANTED -FI.UTK AND VIOLIN LBS
sons; beginners, $3 per quarter; typc
wiltlng; tyntactleal nccuraoy; low rates.
Boom 80. St. Cloud Bldg.
WANTED-TEMrORARY SERVICES OF
of practical geologist and mining ox
pelt. O. II. MURRAY'. 350 Centre Market.
oftlco furniture, store flxtuies and fur
nlluro of every descslptlon; also entire house'
holds, stocks of incrchandlsu of all kinds,
Address CAltLTON, 030 K st.
WANTED-FOIl AN EASY SHAVE GO TO
603 Hth st, opp Wlllard's; hair-cutting
dono In first-class sijle, as worn by gentle
pcoplo In all largo cities; Washington stylo
cut to order; whisker trimming and dyeing a
VktANTED-P. C MERRY, T10 K ST N W,
Vy pays cash for old hooks; school, law
ami medical books a specialty; will buy, sell
or exchange; largo stock of novels at half
J'OK .l T4B-.3ilSaKr4Z.iyVQ US,
AGENTLI3IAN WISHES TO BULL BEV
eial suits and an EnglUh-tnndo racing
watoh; would trade for bloyolo or trloyclo;
no t-econd-liHiid dealers need answer. Address
BARGAIN, this ofllcu.
IJ10H BALE-STEAJI YACHT; SUITABLE
: for river and bay: perfect In all appoint
ments; full examination Invited; great bar
gain. Address nt once YACHT, Critic offlee.
I ?01l SALE A GOOD, STRONG AND
: roomy surrey; prlcu 890. 037OBtne.
IOR SALE-A NICE DRIVINO HORSE,
: weight DUO lbs) 8 years old; warranted
perfectly sound and gentle. Apply or ad
dress S. N. H., 1883(1 st BO.
TJHHt SALE THREE SHOWCASES, STORE
: stove, two clocks, baby carriage, sew
ing machine carpets nnd fow lots of furni
ture, AdilrcsaH, E., 833 Mass u. J.
T70R SALE-A HANDSOME BUGQYPUAK-!
,L' ton and harness, la perfect brder; Btrone,
ltvht and durahln: Vfrv-lltlln unnd. Annlo
I, nt -SJJ3 JlttnbMivn (t e, fteorjttOrTn?
MttirtUiminlt unilir thin htail, four linen or
lift, 83 ctnttfor three Intirllont; 60 centior U.
I POII BENT - UNFUItNISHED BOOMS,
! upper portion 17.J0 O st n w; rooms; $15.
Apply J708 II nw,
I poll HENT-AT 31 11TII STN W, 3 COM
J mnnlentlng corner rooms on sd door;
very pleasant nnd airy; en snlto or single
IP0II HENT-TO DESIHABLE PA11TIE?.
four rooms second floor, threo thlm
floor, furnished or unfurnished; suitable for
light housekeeping! uioilorn convenience.
hcrdles pass door. ai3j (I st.
I?OIl IIENT-TWO. NICELY FUIINIS1IEI)
J? front rooms; Blnglo or en suite; north anil
south exposure; terms modorulo; gentlemen
preierrcu. iki n st n Wi
7?01l KENT-HEVKIIAL SOUTH FRONT
J and communicating rooms! furnished or
unfurnished) first, second and third floor;
Northern prlvnlu family, all 1! stnw.
I poll ItENT-A PHETTY FHONT PAHLOTI,
: combination furnlturo; also other largo
rooms; hcrdlcs pass tho door. B 6th n w.
17011 KENT - THItEP. UNFUnNISHEP
L1 rooms nnd bath, sd floor, prlvnto fam
ily; to per month) references required. Yt (1
Ft n w.
T70B ItENTV-A NICELY FUIINISIII:!)
V l Com, 2d floor, bath adjoining; ono squara
below Pension Office; terms rcasonablo tou,
permanent om'upnnt. Inqulro 'JJOF stnw.
Ii"OIt IlENT-THnEF. I'UltNISHED HOOM,
every convenience; cool nnd healthfully
Biiuieu;t qiiiet minus rent low kj u stay.
70H IIENT-TWO PLEASANT HOOM?,
J with table board. For nartlenlnrs ad
dress P. (1. Box 60, Takomn Tark, 1), C.
TPOIt 11ENT-S.3 or 4 COOL FUltNISHEl),
V rooms on highest point Capitol Hill,
wiin uourii ur prmiego oi llglil noiiseKccp
lug; hno square from P. O., cars and herdloi,
OIUIENT 1783 II bTREETNORTHWEST,
larirc. dellchtfill. cool rooms nt lowest
possible rates fur two months from July U
T70R HENT-1011 M ST N W, PLEASANT
,L' rooms, en suite or single, wltli prlvato
bath; largo front room, thrco windows ami
alcove, southern exposure.
OR RENT-LARGE, COOL BOOMS, ALL
conveniences for hoitsckceninir: four for
8)7. or thrco for 818per month. 83Q7 M st n w.
17011 IlENT-1413 L ST N W. ELEGANJ'
: rooms, 85 to 810 per month; alo elegant
new house,, furnished, Jo rent. Siiltabto for
Legation, Senator, Congressman or any othdr
170R ltENT-UNl'URNISIIED I'RONT
Ij room.Sd floor; furnished room In now
bay-window brick; near 1 linos of cars; ono
room suitable for office; two In room, with
hoard. 830. 903 8th st n w.
1011 ItENT-VEKY DESIHABLE 8KCOND
: story front room; newly furnished;
very clean; no other roomers; gentlemen
yreicrreu; .siu-per moiiin lor uio'sumraer.
Apply 1583 lath st n w.
FRBENT-150 (J ST N W, TWO NICELY
furnished rooms, first floor: suitable for
light housekeeping; sliver, tahlo linen nnd
dishes furnished; 818 In advance Also two
geconu noor. gia.
"17011 HENT-1809I ST.FURNISHED.COOL,
j; pieuFiiut ruoius, connecting, en fluite qr
single. Also part of furnished houso for
housekeeping; -Very low rates.
1?01tllENT-Cln II HT N W, TWO UNFUll
: nlilicil communicating Eecond-story
looms; largo closets; southern exposure.
Also ono furnished front l oom, third lloor, and
uiic iiniiiwiicu hjuiii, neeunu ittior.
I70R HENT-ONE IiVnGrCCOOL.PnETTY
; . 'front room, t!nfurnlsbed;4 other' rooms
also; modern Improvements; good locatloi).
883 E st n w.
TrOIl BENT-1010 15TII STREET NORTIJ
. west, furnished rooms, on first lloor;
single or en suite; with or without board;
good location; convenient to parks nnd ho
tels: transients accommodated.
FOR HENTt-IOOS 13TH 8T11EET NORTH
wc$t, pleasant rooms, en suitu or singly;
lurnlsheil or Unfurnished; east, west and
south windows: terms very moderate; cen
trnl location; near Franklin Park,
I TOR BENT-IN CORNEn HOUSE. WELL
: furnished front rooms, on second floo;
..m i,n. iit;uauii,. i, jmaa aw II w.
17011 BENT-909 M STREET NOIITIIWEST,
uniuinisiifu; aiso two au-uoor uriusucii
rooms; first-class tablo board.
FOR HENT-1001 It STREET NORTH WESTl
thrco unfurnished rooms for light housq-
neciunK. wuu gai mm waipr n garoo noor.
Bjviv juiaii iiijici-, ijivituiv. x uuniOiir.L
Jj rooms, first floor, for summer; excep
tionally cool and airy; suitable for houso
keeping; also basement rooms, whero rurit
may bo paid In work. 388 o st n w. '
T?OIt KENT-JULY 1ST. FUHNISIIED
S; two second-story communicating room j;
vcrycool for summerroxceptlonally moil
erafe price. 1331 L stnw.
FR HENT-1103 O ST., ONE LAllOE.
nicely furnished front room on second
floor, or ono on third, In bay-window bousp
fronting south; prlvato family.
FOR BENT-BEAUTIFUL COOL SU.MMER
rooms, single or en sulto; first and sec
ond floors, facing north nnd south. Tran
sients accommodated, 1108 Now York
nvo n Wj
17011 RENT-SEVERAL SOUTH- FRONT
; and communicating rooms; furnished or
unfurnlshed; lltst, .eeeond and third iloors;
Northern prlvntofamlly. 281 E st n w.
OR RENT-1510 II ST. N. W., NEAR
Arllncton Hotel, nleasant furnlshod
rooms; special rates for summer; tablo
boaidcru accommodated; references. Call
after 2 o'clock pro,
"17011 RENT-IN A BRIGHT IUY-TONDOW
JD houso, 708 8th st n w, threo or four ehoci'
ful rooms; one of thomsooond-iitorr front;
cenirai.'wuiet,reasonaoio? uonru ir oesiroii
TTOR RENT DELIGHTFULLY COOL
Jl' fiats, contial; itosirubio location for rent
ing furnished looms; all conveniences: Sd and
Mil ooi s. 1831 Estnw, near Pa nvo; Ley 1313
T70H RKNT-ON CAPITOL HILL-FOR THE
J; summer, two, threo or four oool, airy
furnished rooms, with or without prlvllcgp
of light housekeeping; terms very reasonable.
314 A stn o.
COMMUNICATINO OFFICE ROOMS. AND
a fow looms sultnhlo for Department
officials. In 14 JO and 141 N Y avo; convenient
to tho Departments. Apply 1481 N Y avo.
17011 RENT-niRNISIIED-THREE NICE
) lot go romfoi tablo rooms; 2J floor; also
ono on 3d floor; excellent location; southern
expnsnio. Apply 84 Grant Place
J roomi, sliiclo or en eulto; In pvlvate fain-
llji iiiiiuniivu HtiUi uuuuiu buuiu. iiuu3Ui
eouthand oast front; refs roquhod. 1101 K
IOR KENT AND BOA11D NICKLY PUIt-
nlshod ronrrn. en sutto or single with
i,, en sulto or i
slststn w. 1
imit room, ut wj
i "" " ; a :v a .t"" i " '
IflOR RENT-817 1'IFTEENlII STREET N
! w, rurnlshcd or Unfurnished rooms, en
suite; also oftlco room to rcnu
Aditrtlittnentt under this held, four llms et1
less, 85 cents for thtte insertion. ; wcentsfor six.
JIMS H. MARR, i
031) 1' Areet.
ritOrERTY FOR HBNT, SALE AND EX
Money (o Loan' in Sums iu Suit.
ADVANCES MJ!DE FOH BUILDING.
MANAGER OF T1IF, ROfAL INSURANCE
Bmj.l'.Divuf. " r
1010 V st, urjolnuK Sna Unlldlng.
Hal ui ma prcSrtyttsi5lalty.
A LADY WITH 8i,A9HECUIlITY AND
loan lor tlirdn months to cmployer.cad
secure position With 8 a month! nothing
to do hut represent In office. Address NO
aENTLKMAN, MIDDLE AGE. WOULD
,,,. .., . m l. If. 1. am nt. In a.. .i,1l
nary plnro, nrsltant: wagcl not so much jl
n nl.lA.I . n AMtnt . ilnnilv IfrArif.. Arlilwia 1
mi iriij, ui ur, a ,iii-, o... ..vmw. ....v..-.
in-uiig," tins pinte
TUSTH'S OLD STAND 18 THE ONLY
t) plnco w litre first-class scoond-liand cloth
ing can ho pold At respcclablo prices. Ad
dress or coll at Oil' D st. n, w.
irww4ivrit'"m ' ' "
JT70H KENT- NEARLY NEWj STORY BAY;
11' window 7r"0pi brick; halh-room nnd
cellar; good yard) ixissesslon July 13. Apply
800 II st n w,
I70R BKNT-HOUSE 1008 19TH STREET,
! Half squn"0 north of Dupont circle
Apply ntstoro.'Qr 10th nnd Q sts n w.
170R RENT-IH9 SECOND ST N Wt 0-ROOM
,L' houso In t-oixl order; 1.75; wnter pild.
inquire 430 New York nvo.
TTOR RENT -8081 K ST, NEAR NEW SIO
J nal Oftlc-'i pressed brick hay-window
front, six rooms and 'bath; all modern lm
'ruvtments; Urge yards nnd closets; open.
,1701! RENT-NO. IfOO 13TII ST N W. 0
11; rooms ti0 Imtlii front porch; rent 830
ytr month. 'Vpply ic-IO nth st n w.- ,
I HORRENT -HOUSE Nrf. 113 MARYLAND
! nvo nc. near East Capitol grounds, op
polto usrintlon,. high, cool andnlry; 1J
looms; Inrgi water ,tnnk In bath-room; J 13 a
month If tal.cn nt once; now occupied.
170RRENr-HOUSE NO. 113 MARYLAND
1! avo n '.nil Joining above; dupllcato ex
cept collar! 40 a month If taken at once
Apply to N- cl list no,
,17011 RENT-NEW llKIOK HOUSE, 303 SD
I1 mi. ii .! h room: nil mod Imns: S8H. Cull
or nddrcsH OWNER, 310 8d st n o. ,
17011 RENT-VERY DESIRABLE 8-ROOM
X bilcK houso at 31 D st o, for 883 (In ad
vance) rrnt por month to a family with no
small ch'ldren or child. Call on tho OWNER
In thu Ihiibo.
170R RENT-3I1DSTNW.13ROOM HOUSE,
J all iniHl Inipx- Apply 133 E st n w, cor
ner 8d s(. bet 18 and A pm.
T70R RENT-10-ROOM BRICK HOUSE;
I' all modem conveniences; 480 0 stnw
Inquire at 4T7 G st; JI3 In summer, 830 bal
ance of year.
IiiRENT413,CTH ST N W, 10 BOOMS
nil with southern oxposure; two squares
from atent. Post and Pension Offices and.
market; well located for room renting.
Qwnor, 514 Estnw.
-w-A., 1I1.-VI. n-cxr.lmnf nmnir llnlton
X opjiosito Judiciary Square on O st; all
modern conveniences; newly papered; back
porches; 8 11 In summer, S00 balauco of year .
Inqulro at 437 0 st.
1701 HI nvo nw, 17 rs $808 31
1113 Mass avo. l7rs,and stable 800 00
Dupont Circle, II rs 800 00
8ioiMiistn w, irs vuiisi
1511 t'onnnve, 18 rs lea 07
tsthstn w. near M, ICrs 80000
J4P9 Mass avo n w ICO 07
1I13G stn w, 11 rs andstoio 183 00
1388 M st n w, is rs 183 00
if ION stn w, 13 r 183 00
i'oo 15th st n w, 10 rs 110 07
1083 Mass ave, 13 rs 100 00
.17881 stnw, 13 rs SI 3)
'jC18 8l8tBtllW, 11 M 8)31
llOIStonghtonat, lira 83 33
1009 1) st n w, w h (O00
MM Estnw, 11 rs 7300
1614 P stnw, 18 rs 75 00
1983Gst)lW, 9rs CO 00
918 N Y' nvo n w, 0 rs u 00
2083 O stnw, 11 rs and stable 70 00
conethetnw ct 07
1111 N stnw, 11 rs 0,100
8008 It stn w, Ors 00 00
91 1 18th stnw, 10 rs (X) no
010 18th stn w, 10 rs 6.100
03Gstnw, 18 rs 60 60
1831 N st n w, c rs , 6000
)0c 10th st n w, 0 rs . 60 00
J74SCorcorant,Drs.... 43 60
93JN Y avo, 10 rs 43 00
U60l7tlist,nw.7rs 41 00
1110 18th. stnw, 10T , 45 00
8l3NJnvernw.-9rs., .,,...,, 1, 43 00
KOa.Mstnw, 7 rs....... ......... '....,.. 1.100
8110 Hth BtnWiKCrs 43 00
1009 II stnw,. Ors 37 60
15S8PIerCOlfaoe 10 rs....; 1 48 00
1801 Qstnw.Ors 6000
8ll0141hfttW, lOrs...,. 40 00
llOOChapinst.O rs 40 09
1007 13th stnw, 10 rs 40 00
.108 14th stnw, lOrs 40 00
1330 Illggs St, U W, 6.M 3100
1333 Illggs st n w, 0 rs ai 00
1331 Rlggs stnw. Ors 33 00
1305 oth stnw, Ors 30 00
lfoa icth st n w, 7 rs S3 00
1431 Pierce Place, Ors 80 00
83-1 1st sts w.O rs 13 09
Tho nbovo houses can bo examined by per
mit fiom our oftlco only.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO.
1381 F stnw.
605 18th St. 15 rs 8100 00
S7 Iowa Circle 14 rs 8.1 33
8387 N stnw, is rs;..- cooo
108988dSt,10 rs 53 00
jeos Vermont ave, 10 rs 60 00
14)5 II st n c, houso and storo IC 30
73381stBt, )3 rs COOO
14l5Wstn w.ors 88 80
938 9th st n 0, 5 rs 10 30
1600 Gales st, Ors 11 60
S houses, 13th and Kentucky avo 10 50
CIIAS. E. BANES, T
With John F. Wnggaman,
N. W. Cor. 14th and O sts. n. w.
run sale Ayn UEyr,
OEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
iX -BV- v
TII03. E. WAGOAMAN. 917 F Street. 1
Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays.!
il-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
Othst.hetK andLstsnw,. 830,000
400 M stn w,bh,ml. 14 rs... .... 88,500
C83 and C85 II st n w, l h, and 5 h rear, , 88,000
ClBlstn w, bh, ml, 13 rs 16.000
173011 stn w.l)h,14rs 15,000
58311th stn w.b h.m I. Ors 13,000
4153d ktnw, bh,ml,Hr8 18.50a
OCOMstnw, bh.ml, 13 rs 11,000
807Gstnw, bh.ml.iors H.ooO
883 Indiana ava n w, h Ii, m 1, 9 rs 7,500
1731 19th st n w, b h, 0 rs 7,500
1889 Mass nvpnw, f h.Brs 7,159
38 1 -stn w, bh, ml, 11 rs 1 oXK)
49Kstne, hh, in I.I813 4,50i)
438 to 413 I stn w, f li.Ors 4.5O0
4i0lstn w, bh,7rs 4,60)
8811 and 8813 7th stn w.b h, Ols 4,00d
1133 vcthBtn w.b h,8r 1,500;
Alley between 8slt and 88d, M and N sts .
nw, bh, Ors 1,500
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR HALE. '
n. 11. nvo, oet ju nnu o sis n w, ,,,,.,...
Ibthst.bct LhudMstsn w
Hopkins nt, bet 0 and Pstsn w
list, hctN II avo ami 85th st II w
B st, bet 3d and 4th so
Mass in e, hot Del avo and O sine
, 1 60
1 ) S3
. 1 00
19) st, let canal and un w.,
lot st, tot mum uuu u u w,,,, 1 ij
M st. hit 41nmUth 8 w 75
G st, beted and 3dstsii0i,, 00
SwcorSd nnd L sts nu, 60
HOUSES FOR RENT.
Tho "Mnlthy," cor N, J. nvo and
list 11 w 51,000 oq
1817 N stnw, lur, 13 rs 250 00
1180 13th stnw, fur, 10 is 830 00
1613 1 Bt n w, f ur, 15 rs 185 00
018 1 st n w, 19 rs WW
063 st n w, fur, 13 rs w oq
1339 L st 11 w, 10 rs 75 (x)
91911 ttll W, 8 is 50 83
60 0 stnw, 11 rs tsoo
8031 1 st n w, 11 rs 60 ou
6)llst nw, 10 rs 60 00
1131 Corcoran stnw, 13 is 60 W
4o8 O st 11 w, 0 rs 3.1 00
1881 11th stnw, 8rs 35 00
1807 11th stnw, 7 r 3500
Tennnlltnwn roaiLSrs 83 00
38IHO ktnw, lira 83 00
SU 9th stnw, Ors is 00
l0)4NCne, so, ora 1000
83 list tie, Ors 1100
HEAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safe as U, S. bonds: 0 per cent,, payable
quarterly; In sums 81W to 81,000; small pre
In sums to suit at 6 per cent. .
Tho nbovo Is only a ran Hon of tho property
On my books. For full list call at ofllco for.
bulletin Issued ou tho 1st and 15th.
Gas Retort Stove,
Either With or Without Slda Boiler,
Holding ten quarts of water.
Gas Stoves With Ovens,
GARDEN 08GuAXTURE8, PLUMD-
E. F BROOKS,
531 i$th, St., Opp. Tzeas. Pept,
AriitrtlmfcMHmdtr this had,fQirUntspr
ess. acfttfor-lhrti InVrllonsl to ctnttfor Ut.
tTABlfeflTrolFiliGUAIlANTEE TO RE
AJ foove (wlth.hBrfnleW domestic remedy)
ioiir Freckles,, Flmfjcs and Sunburn. Ail
drenl. or1 call lietwi'efi 0 and 1 o clock, MON
Adrtrtlstments under this head, four lines or
, a9 etnteforthrc In'trtlnnt; 6Q cents for six.
A Inrco nnd wrll-loeated niece of BUSI
NESS ) lopcrty tltiMted on tl o corner of 1 1th
and)) sts nw, lots A, 1), C, Dr.nd E, so 2M,
containing 10,800 squaro feci of ground and
Improved by. 7
8 story brick ,wnrcbonso. 30x180 j.
story brick 'oluco,.23x30t
8 story framo wnrchouso (corrugated Iron
Now nntlntffor $1,800 per annum, property
nndiantlnc vnluo Increasing; an excellent
Price) 839,000., .,,... Terms easy.
Fq, east of srt..S41, containing 50,000 squaro
fed of ground sllnnfnl on tho PENNSYLVA
NIA RAILROAD tracks; 3 small houses; rent
raving faxes on entire squnretan excellent
location for a Lumber, Coal or Manufactur
Price too per foot, . ,, , , ., . .Terms easy.
1-0 undivided Interestln r"roal estato syndl
cnto owning moral large And valuablo pieces
An undivided i Interest In the wharf prop
erty foot of 10th and II sts aw, containing
r.(0 square feet of ground and Improved by
4 Inrco warehouses, 1 largo ofllco building, i
well built nnd new wharves, now renting for
84,000 per nnnnm,
Price $80,0(0 Terms easy,
Tho nbovo properties must bo fold and tho
undersigned solicits nnd will entertain bids
on all or any part of sntnc-Tltlos guaranteed
At ply to
JAMES F. BARBOUR,
431 10th st n w,
18th and Md nvo s w.
"13 ARE CHANCE-BRICK HOUSE, 489 G
XV st, opposite Pension Office, will bo sold
for 88,000, by payment of 88,000 cash, hnlnnco
8300 yearly; rent for 8C00. Sco OWNER, at
M st, licl fcM nrld S3d sts n w, hnndsomo 7
room and bath brick, Just completed; prlco
. V st, bet 15lh and ICth sts n w, 3 story and
hasemont brick, 8 rooms and hath, well fin
ished; near Hancock circle; prlco 80,500
' II st, bet 4th nnd 6th sts n w, 3-story framo.
10 100ms; lot 33x90, to alley; prlco $1,000
18th st, bet O. and 11 sts. 3 story brick, 8 ri
and bath; cellar; lot 88x03; prlco.... $0,300
B. F. GILBERT CO.,
. .. 083 Fstnw.
Jtanagcra Taxoma park.
lfitb. near K st n w. clepnnt lirlek
buildings; lots 63.11 by about 1O3....SGO.0O0
st, but. 17th and Ifctli sts. largo brick
dwelling, 14 rooms, 3 bathrooms and
nil modern-Improvements 19,000
19th and II sts n w. beautiful location,
threo-story nnd basoment brick, ten
rooms and bath, all modern Improve
O nnd 31st sts 11 w, beautiful new hrlok
IK 'sos, never occupied, Improving
nclbiibmhood. Fromm 7.600 to 8.500
svth, bet I nnd K sts n w, two eight
room bricks. For both... t 8,500
13th, between M'nndNstsnw, brick
Georgetown, 31th near N st, new three
story brick, II rooms, bath and cel
lar, with nil modern Improvements;
good brick stnbloou alley In rear.... 7,000
Now Hampshire nvo, nbovo Lstnw.
valuablo location, threo-story and
basement brick, all modern Improve
ments and In excellent order C.CO0
S, between 9th nnd 10th sts, 3-story
brick, 8 rooms and bath, all modern
It, between 17th and 18th sts 11 w, 3
story C-room framo, lot3Sxl87 3,708.60
E. near 4th st n w, threo-story and
basement brick, seven rooms and
batn.goud lot 4,700
Lg.Drolt Park.Sprucost, now3story
10-room brick with nil mod Imps 4,600
Pierce Place bet 14th and 15th, 3-story
hi Ick, Grooms and bath, all modern
New York ave, bet 4th and 6th sts n w,
C-room brick house, lot worth nearly
tho prlco 3,300
Washington st, bet 4th nnd 3th sts 11 w,
3 story brlok 6 rooms, bath and cellar,
rents at $38 80 per month,.. 3,000
A number of C-room brick houses In tho
northwestern and northeastern sec
tions of the city, ranging In prlco
from 81,600 to $3,800, that can bo pur
chased on a small cash payment and
1 st, hot N Capitol and Istn w, S-room
brick dwelling In splendid order,
will bo told at a bargain.
Cd st 8 0. between C and D sts, lot C7x
103, Improved by 3 story, 7-room
framo. Prlco per squaro foot .70 cts.
North II st, between 31st nnd 88.1,3
story and cellar brick, good stable;
lot 80x140. nnd worth tho money
asked f qr tbo premises. Must be sold
to closo an estate.
7th st near Boundary; good business
location; largo 13 room brick,
C bet 11th nnd 13th 11 e; three lots,
ICxlOO each, ono lot 13x100. Prlco
per squaro foot 50 cts,
North side ofNst, bet North Capitol
and let ete west, facing New .York
nvo and on line of tlio elecuiaroad;
lots 18x93 each.
Georgetown, southeast corner of 33th
and lists; lot 80x80, Prloopersquaro
foot 81 00
South Bide of M st, between 33d nnd
33d sts 11 w, lot 14. square 61, 61.8
frontage, containing 4,IW squaro ft.;
pilco per squaro ft HI 33
A fplendld farm on tho Rockvllle turo-I
pike, about 0 miles from tho city,
containing 130 ncres; good buildings,
good fencing, seven springs of never
falling water: in veiy high statu of
cultivation. This Is ono of tho most
desirable places on this pike, and wo
can sell It atn good bargain.
IIyattsvlllo.Md.,on tho B.&O.R.R,
ten minutes rldu to tho city; high
land, beautiful scenery, all conve
niences of town, such as good stores,
churches and schools; hotses and
lots for sale at moderate prices.
B. II. WAltNER A CO.,
OUSES FOR SALE-
o st n w.ecvcral brown stono fronts. ..813,000
lllhetnw.nr list, hrlok............... 10,600
I3thstnw, nrTst 10,500
Qstn w.nrlCti , 8,750
I3th8tnw,nr N 8,750
it st n w, oet lain uuu ii.tn ,.... o,.xv
l.elholt Park, cottagoandlargo lot.... 8.000
Plcreo st, 3-story brick , 5,000
s " n 5,000
Tetnw, betl.MhandlCth..,. 5,500
Lst nw, hot 3d and 4th 4,600
l3thst.nrW, bilck... .,..., 4,300
i.thttn Wiiirlt.... i 4,100
K stn enr North Capitol 1 4,000
W st n w, nr 13tl 3,600
18th stn w.nrW 3,400
Veimontnvc.nrT, frame S,87S
7th st n c, nr East Capitol 1,800
M. M. PARKER,
1418)' st. n. w.
I 7011 SALE-
Valuable lots In squaro 180, adjoining tho
residence of tho lato W. W, Corcoran.frontlng
on Connecticut nvenuo nnd on I street north
and near Lafayctto Snuaro and Farragut
Squnio. and being subdivision lots 15, HI, 17,
18, 19, 80. 8), S3, a), 81, 35, 30, 37 In W, W. Cor
coran' subdivision of squaro 180, In Wash
ington city, D. c. Apply to
CHARLES M. MATTHEWS,
Trustees of tho Estato of W. W. Corcoran,
714 15th st n w, Washington, D. C,
FRANK B. CONGER,
1416 F STREET.
3,378 squat ofect of ground for 810,000; s.o.
cor. New Hampshire ave aud R st.
6,068 equnro feet, of ground for 89,000; cor,
of Now Hampshire ave, 83th and II sts,
4,137 square feet of ground for 3,000; s, w,
cor, Virginia ave. and 81th st.
T70H BALE-ABOUT ONE HUNDRED LOTS
J! In sauarcs 017 and 008. near North Capi
tol, N and 0 tts. n. w.; on line of tho Ecklng
ton street Hallway, and near tho now depot
of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company;
fair price, long tlmo ami small payments to
I " "h Mi SA1JNDEnS A BRO..
S. R. DOWNEY, 3-83 C 11 w. Pensions.
606 S ttrcet northwest,
Washington, D, 0,
Webster Law Building,
llet!dcsce,l2JBU street northwest,
Tlic (ircnt rennsylvaiiia Heinle
To tlio North, West nliil ftouttiwrsl.
Dmiblo Track. fplendld Scenery
Heel Ralls. Magnificent Equipment
In ErrtcT JPnp. W, lwi.
Train leave Washing! on from station, oof nr
of Sixth nnd B streets, as follows-
F011 PivTsiifiiii nnd tho West, Chlonoi Mm
Itcd Ex) res of Pullman Vistlbulcd ors at
li.tfl a in dally; Fust Line, 0 Mi n in dally to
Cincinnati nnd St. Louis, with sleeping I'aM
from Pittsburg to Cincinnati, nnd Harrlsburg
to St. Louis; dally, except Saturday, to Chi
cago, with Sleeping Cnr Altoona to Chicago.
Western Express, nt 7.40 p m dally, with
Sleeping Cars Washington to C'lilcngo and St
Louis, connecting dally at llnrrlshurg wllli
through Sleepers for Louisville and Memphis.
Pacific. Express, )Q 00 p in dally, fur I'llUdiuru
nnd tho West, with through Sleccr to Pitts
burg, nnd Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
Fon Kjixr, Cannndnlgun, Rochester ami
Niagara Falls dally, except Sunday, 8.IU
Ton Emu, Cnnandnlgun and Ilochoslcr
dally; for Buffalo and Niagara dally, except
Saturday, 10.00 pm, with Sleeping Cur Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon Win UMtroiiT, Lock Haven and El
inlrn, nt 9.60 n m dolly, except Sunday.
Fon IliiMtiEU'iiM, Now York nnd tho East,
7.80, rod. 11.(0 and 1140 am: 3 60, 1.10,10.00
nnd)li80pm. On Sunday, 9.0O, 11,10 11 m,
3.60. 1.10, 10 00 nnd 11,80 pm. Limited Express
of Pullman Parlor Cars, l).40n m dnlly, except
Sunday, nnd 3,13 p m dally, with Dining Cnr.
Fn Exrnr-ss, 8,t0n m weekdays and 8.10 p
n dally. Express 3,10 p in dally. Accom, G.oy
p m dnlly.-
Fon Boston, without change, 2.50 n m every
Ion BnoAtti.TN, N. Y., all through trains
connect at. Icrsev Cltv with bnaUof Brook.
lyn annex, nffonllrlg direct transfer to Fulton
stieot. avoiding double 'fcrrlago across ,New
York City, -?,-,.
ioiwuikan uitv nnu points fln uciawarq
Dlvlsloir,'Iil7pm week days. '
Fon Ati-antip City, P.(JO, II ,00 and 11.10 d
in weekdays, 11.80 pm dally. '
Fnn Baitimohp. G.3.1, 7.80, 8.10, 9.00,0 40,
n to, 11.(0 and 11.40 a m, 18.05, 1.17, 2.10, s.SK
3.4.1, 4.10, 4.80, -MO, COO; 7.4ft, 8.10, 10 00 nnd
11.80 pm. On Suntlhy, 9 00, 0.03, 0,W, 11.40 11
m, 8.10, 3.50, 3. 13, 4.1 (T, (i 00, 7,-K), 8,10,-10.00 and
I'ou Port's CnxKK Lmu, ",'80 a m nnd 1.40 p
in daily, except Sunday
Fon Annapolis. 7,30 nnd 9 00 n m, and.ll 03,
4.S0 nnd (ilOp'in dnlly, except Sunday. Sun
days, 9.03 a m, 1,10 p m.
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDEniCKSIlUIlO
RAILWAY AND ALEXANDRIA AND
In EprtcT May 18, 1889.
Fun Ai.F.XANimu, 4.30, 0.33,7.41,8.10,9 II,
10.37 a m, 18.04 noon, 3.05, 4.83, 4.M, 0.01. IJ!l,
h.ra, 1005 nnd 11.87ntn. On Sunday, at 1 30,
7.43, 9.45, 10.67 n ln,3.35, 0.01, 8.08 and 10.03 p m,
A(CIIM011ATION run Quantico, 7,43 a m
nnd 4.65 )i m, week days; 7.41 a in, Sundays.
Fon Richmond and tub South, 1 30,10.57 n
in, dally, and 0.31 p in, dally, except Sim
day. Tiiains ij-ave AiJcxAKnniA ron Wasiiinoton
6 03, 7.05, 8.00,9.10. 10.1.1, 11.07 n in, 1.80,3.00,
3.10, 5.10, 7.03, 8.00, 9.80, 10.38 nnd 11.05 p m,
On Sunday at 0.10 and 11.07 a m, 3.00,5.10, 7.03,
8.00,9.30 and 10.33 pm.
Tickets and Information nt tho ofllco, nortln
cast corner of 13th street and Pennsylvania
nvcnue.nnd nt tho station, whero orders can
bp left for tho checking of bnggago to desti
nation from hotels and residences.
CIIAS. E. PUGII, J. It. WOOD,
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Schedule In Effect Juno 88. 1889.
Lcavo Washington from Station corner of
New Jersey nvenuo nnd C street.
Fon CmcAoo. and Northwest, Vcstlbulod
Limited express dally 11.80 nm, express 9.00
Fon Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapo
lis, express dally, 3.00 nnd 11:15 p. m.
Fon PiTTmimii nnd Cleveland, Vcstlbulcd
Limited express dally 11.-80 a m and express
Fon Wiixpiino, l'arkcrshurg and Principal
Stations on Main Line, Express dally, except
Monday, at 3.55 n m.
Fon Llxinoton and Local Stations, 110.30
Fon IlAtTivonn, week days, 4 00,8.00,0.10,
7.30, 8.30, 0.30 (41 minutes), 9.41, 11.00, 13.00, (13
minutes) n in. 13.10, 3.03 3.30 (45 minutes), 3.13
(43 mlnutcs),3.35, 4.85, 4.30, 4.33, 5.30, 0.30, 7.00,
7.30,0.00, 10:i0 and 11.30 p m. Sundays, l.ooj
7JiO, 8.30, 9.30 (43 mlnntcs), 9.43 a m, 18.00, Ml
minutes), 1.13,803, 3.30 (13 minutes), 3.35, -J 83,
4.33, C.30. 7.00,7.30, 9.00, 10.80 and 11.30 p.m.
Foil Wat Stations botween Washington
and Baltimore, 3.00, 0.40, 8.30 a m, 13.10, 3.33,
4.33, 0.3O, 11.30 p m, Sundays. 8.30 a m. 1.15,
3.35,4.35,0.30. 11.30 pm.
TitAN8 leave Bnltlmoro for Washington,
week days, 5.10, o.so, c.so, 7.15, 7.30, 8.00 (13
minutes), 8.30, 9.15, 10.30 (45 mlnutos) a m;
13.15, 1.45 (45 minutes). 3.00, 3,00, 4.03 (13 mln
lItcs),4.15,3.OO,O00,0JO. 7.40. 7.45.8.00,10.01,
10.10 nnd 11.00 nm. bundays, 030, 7.13,8.30,
9.13, 10.80 (45 minutes) nm; 13.60, 1.41 (43 min
utes), 2.00. 4. 15, 5.00, C.30, 7. 40, .7. 13, 8.00, 10.03,
Fon Bay Ridhe Trains leave B. & O. de
pot, Washington, week days 9.05 a m. 1.33 and
4.35 p m. Sundays, 9.60 a m, 1.45and 3.15 p mi
LiavoBayKldgo, weekdays, 0.10 and 8.80
pm. Sundays, 3.40,8.00 and 11.00 p in.
Fon Annapolis, 0.40 nnd 8.30 a ro; 13.10, 4,83
and 6.30 p m. On sundnys, 8.30 a m, 4 35 p m.
Leave Annapolis, U.40, H. 37 a in; 13.03, 3.50 and
0.13 pm. Sundays, 8.37 a m, 4 00 p m.
Foil Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch,
10.45, $10.30 am, 51. 15 pm, for principal sta
tions only; tlO.30 a m, 1 1.30 nnd tB.30 p m.
Fon Kockvills and Way Stations, t'-33
Fon GAiTiirnnunn nnd Intermedlato points,
9 (O a m, 118.30, s.s.l. til jm p m.
Fon Boyd's and Intermediate stations, 17.00
pm. $10.00 pm.
Ciivnrii Tram leaves Washington on Sun.
day at 1.13 p m, stopping at all stations on
Fon Fiiebemck, 40.45, 110.30 a m, 13.00, 11.30
pm, Sundays, l,15pm.
i-on iiaoehstown, j.K), iiu.uo a m, nnu tojo
Tiiains nrrlvo from Chlcagodally 11,4.1 a m
nnd 4.03 p in; Iroin Cincinnati and St. Louis
dally 8.60 a ro and 1.53pm; from Pittsburg
7.10 am, o.60pm dally.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIVI8I
Fon New Yonu, Trenton, Nowaik aud
Elizabeth, N. J., 4.00, 18.00, 9.30, 13.00am,
3.30, l.80 and '10.30 p m. Buffet I"arlor
Cars on all day trains. Sleeping oar on tho
10.30 p m, open at D.jim. Thu 4.80 p m train
docs not stop at Elizabeth.
I'Oll Puiutielpiiia, Newark, Wilmington,
nnd Chester, '4 00, 18 00, 0.30, 13.00 am,
8.80, 4.30, 7.00 ami 10.30 p m .
Fon H.TP11MEMATE pointb between Baltl
moiennd Philadelphia, 15.30 a m, 8.30 and
Thais leave Now York for Washington,
8.30, 111.00 a m,l,30,8;)0, J.15, 3.00 pm,
and is.oo night.
Thains leave Philadelphia for Washington,
4.10, '8.15, '11.10a in, 11.35, 'LIS, S.OS, 5.43
and '7.30 p m.
Fon Atlantic City, 4.00 and 0.30 a m, 13.00
noon nnd 8.30 p in, Sundays, 4.00 a in nnd
13 00 noon.
Fon Lono BnANCii and Ocean Grovo.113 00 rn.
lExcept Sunday. Dally, fcisunday only,
lExcept biindny mid Slonduy.
Baggago called for and checked from ho
tels nnd residences by Union Transfer Com
pany on orders left nt ticket oBlcos, 019 aud
1331 Pa. ave, aud at Depot.
J. T. ODEIX. CIIAS. O. SCULL.
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Chosapoako & Ohio Route.
Fchcdujo In effect May 18, 1889.
Trains lcavo Union Depot, Sixth and II
streets, 10.67 n in for Newport Nows, Old
Point Comfort nnd Norfolk, dally. Arrive In
Old Point at 5.60 p in, and Norfolk at 0.30
11:81 n m-CInelunatl Express, dally, for
stations. In Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky
and Cincinnati. Vestlhulo Sleepers through
without chango to Cincinnati, arriving at 8.10
0.40 pm-F. F. V. Vestlhulo Spoclal, dally,
solid trains with dining cars run through
without chango to Cincinnati, Vestlhulo
Sleeper for Lexington nnd Louisville.
Ofuce, 31J Pennsylvania avenue,
II. W. FULLER. Gen. Pass. Agent.
S. S. SHEDD & BRO
Lawn Vases and Settees.
ECONOMY GAS RANGES
For Summer Cooking.
TLUMBINO. TINNING AND FURNACE
WORK DONE PROMPTLY.
432 Ninth St. N. VV.
Aro advised to havo tho annual Clean
Ing and Rcpalrlug of Furnaces aud
fcioves deno nt this tlmo, as now we
can 6cnd our Most bklllful Mechanics,
and tho woik can bo dono tnoro
cheaply nnd satisfactory than In tho
Hayward & Hutchinson,
.! yjyni bxitEET
J.L.VlLUrrT. B. U, Owtknb.
Vermont ave, and I.SU n. vy.
Choice Groceries, Meats and Provisions,
The Beet. Uqpda at the Lowcat Priced, ,
V&ikeurii delivered tree,
THE SIROU'.Nc! him.
Thr 1. lied .i..T.. , 11 t.. i- 1
lit llh Dm licht If -W lit. Toning i'
illr vi KtimlBK dim mm) ibr Sk r
Ihk stHMtow iUictI la mM, raasfeHtli
tnttrtrnvn itrrtm tk rrm$ts fiwein
II snrmttiur rttr Irtt WMiftat.
nslglitif h nisHviim4 thumajti Ikr
vnIIIows HWmllTfw mtxlr Bnuraritl
iiiiiMr, ami tW qc4i1 irssul nt lis
Hull) lie .iwly aot1 bU tnw rM
lent mi Die only aoniMi tftal ftsjffc 4
I itlrntl In nu fW4r, raMt my jf.
mid linnHl mlficr lwwrtwrtiy t mj
coinimiiUiti, ttrs pott turret.
"I)oc, ilojiHl Bwrr art lis fatiM Ih
tills out of llio-wotH ct Uxh' Ii
fci ins to mu Umt 1 MmhiH f wiw Imn
In a inoiilli, nnd ) jmi 1mt tmt hMr
nearly iwoywr "
My friend Imijttioit.
".Major, yonr.rlrt) m nil h Mmp
Held, nml llieicforo thr liHimlriim ol
jwt lift p"Oclnlly rt lllllo jhmi Mke
tills would wear on you, 1 dmilit nM.
lint I don'l gel lilno no Wlmt wlin
my limits, my raiding nnd writing, no
occasional cntnqnf cnnlsvtllli tlw ct
tnln mid n rldo uvery day. I marwf to
keep busy mid lu lur tlreil crtry tillil.
I M veryglnd, lliough," lie continued,
"to linvo Ilia miinoiony of tho llfo
broken by tlito visit of yourn."
"Thank you, old man."MlilI. "lint.
If yon really menu that, you nuiti keen
111c from the Much, too, or my visit will
bo Miort. To-night I nm in norvotn ai
n cat. (live mu a story to change the
pui rents of my thoughti!."
The surgeon reiiiiilnnil silent for a
moment, looking Intently In the dj Ing
fire, then suddenly turning to me, h
"Very well, I will. Did I over toll
you of my ndventuro In Hong Kong,
when I was tiding on tho 0, A. O. Meum
"No," said 1, "Ituincmhur, I have
only fitcn you mice since then, nnd lAt
for a day al Unit."
"Tine. Well this talc will (111
your mind with new thought at loast.
"In 188 1 found myself, ono .luno
evening:, on 11 btenmer In tho hat bur of
"You will remember that tho lati
tude of that, jwrt Is about thu Ratno as
that of Havana, so you can easily
Imagine the evening In question to
have been a watm one. It was warm,
very warm, nnd when wo had passed
the outer forts, and were In tho Inner
roadstead, we came to anchor, and
shortly afterward, lu a Ret of pajamas,
I came op deck, Intending to p.ts tlio
the night In any hammock which I
cDiiM-hwIng from the davits of one of
the after boats.
"Having so nrranged my bed I clam
bered Into It, lit a cigar, and fell Into
the enjoyment of a good night smoke,
winging gently between sky and sea,
as the steamer rolled ou the gcnllo har
bor swell, and thoroughly enjoying tho
sweet smell of land.
"I listened, half asleep, to the sotui'ls
that came to my cars dim and distant
from luu great city, clear mm distinct
fioin thcharbor about; the sound of
voices, of moving boats, "of thioubing
engines, of human llfo in Its aggrega
tion. Half asleep, I say, for only now
and then did I pay sulllclcnt attention
to distinguish what I heard, and my
cms were, In general filled with a
drowsy, dreamy droning that had nil
but lulled mo to absolute slumber, whou
suddenly 1 was aroused by a, low cry al
most beneath me, nnd a voice, soft and
fine, but quivering with fear and fa
"Stlcnmcrl stlcamcil Help, or I
"There was no mistaking the China-,
ism of the hall, hull could not let u
plg-tnll sink under our very bows, nnd
so mousing, I cried:
" "Aye, nycl Iu tho water thcrel Kcop
up, we'll havo you out in a momentl'
"And, springing on deck, I seized a
coll of rope, flung Its end haphazard
Into the sea, and an instant later felt It
grasped by the unfortunate In tho water
"The cries of the man had been so
low as to nrousc no one but myself nnd
thu watch at the wheel, and with tho
aid of that seaman, I hoisted my prlzo
on board nnd examined him.
"A small Chinaman, very wet and
voy much exhausted, well-dressed,
even to the hat which was tied upon
his head, stood before us.
" 'Well? said I.
"In a few well-chosen woids his
stoiy was told. Ho was the son of 11
merchant at Fouchou, up the coast;
had been kidnapped a week beforo by
the people on a junk, and btotightto
Hong-Hong, nnd had to-night escaped.
He hogged to be protected nnd be ic
turned to his father.
"As ho told his stoiy I sawlho sailor
at, my side shrug his shouldcis, nnd,
knew he did not believe it. But cither
the glamour of the night or the softness,
of tho moon, or It may have been tho
Innocence, youth nnd positive beauty of
Uio boy woiked upon me, nnd I wns do
tcimined to aid him, whether the tale
was truo or not. I thcrefoio took him
to my cabin, picscntcd him with somo
dry garments and told him to bo of
good dicer. Ho might sleep In peacei
i. wouui sco ins wrongs lighten,
"As I turned to leave him ho seized
my hand and kissed It, and tlio soft
prcssuio of his trembling lips and the
blight tears In his sparkling cycsie
paid mo fully for tho littlo kindness I
had shown him.
"For an hour after I returned to my
hammock I lay musing over my ad
venture, then weariness overcame me,
nnd bcucnth tho balmy air of tho tiop
Icr I slept.
"The first golden gleam of pomlng
day was gilding tho eastern, sky as I
awoke, anil tho bieath of tho nroinliig,
fresh nnd pure, swept gently oveV tho
ocean nnd fanned my brow-
"As I looked nbout upon tho ship
ping that tilled tho bay I discerned not
far distant a nativo vessel, elegantly fit
ted, which I knew at onco must belong
to somo high government olllclnl. And
even whllo 1 speculated upon It I saw a
boat lcavo Its side and approach our
"Ten minutes later a Chinese olllccr,
In goigeous trappings, eamo on board,
and our first olllccr wns moused from
his mo) nliig dreams to receive him.
"I paid littlo attention to tho visit
until I henid voices finm tho after
cabin, nnd all at once I.lcuteunut Swing
appealed at tho door aud called to mo.
Sptinglng from thu hammock I hastened
" 'Doctor,' said tho Lieutenant, 'this
is tho Governor of tlio Province of
Fokicn. Ho is making n pleasure tour
01 tno coast in nisyacut yonucr, ami
last night ono of his wives a new one,
as I understand It deserted him. Ho
thlnks-sho swam oil', and ho is switch
ing for her bowsliing, I suppose, if ho
catches her. You were 011 deck all
night, did you tco any straugo IMi
"From the lieutenant's inquiry, put
as it was, I nt onco concluded two
things Hist, that tho Chlncso governor
couiti not uniicrsinmi i.i)giisu) mm sec
ond, Hint If I did know anything of tho
pooriunaway wife I would forget It
and snvo her neck, 1 took my cuo ac
cordingly " 'Tell his Oriental majesty that I
hnve not seen n woman to my knowl
edge since wo left tho docks nt Sau
Fronclsco except tho Indies now In thu
stateroom of this ktenmcr.'
"Jly fdenil turned o tho stolid-faced
-' 1 r. 1 ite my nos
ll f !l
Tin" i-ninnr lxiwe I inlhtr I 11
iniii thin with ntiiinl r 1 1 hUc'iii f
ifLiimil is. nl down the intra . lo
to bt tt
"WalrfclM, I ww htm lay hi ' utso
UnvmsJ nui lltiglWi - Mi , v.Li. I
lar IHtk' Mtcrti of it- t lr I
few! vmr I lunsnt la thr 1 .'. '
L night f rwctial - 'x ,
who wm dnmtdng alon -,1 u Hi '
Iran now Ih my wMi Wil .
IWI With M MM )ll4- k
"Mir frtasd'i tym pi ( ' '
HlMnlfM Md K mhh n n 1 c
tat atPMB bh te, mln " w i 1
llmntun but lwi rudy Ik'W.i, ,-' '
"Tngrthw vr psinMil ' n '- nl .
rtonr, mmI I omI the ' ". tr n.
atimrr h. o thnl w Itilkhl Kl;i. ll
nut dMurMnff Ike ata-per
'TV mmntM Hht w- n v.
ltd ws rtiwlil pwHly m 1 1 'It '
lay rifi the iiUhw. It wm n' . ' I
fwe. fmniw-l with Mnrk Mvy ha)
kwf ytjn)iw rasted mi 1 1 lm . I
like tbf rn, ami, llirmtfh 1
IX MlMt of ml lltt. Kl
It WM tl
"Myesmipurhm ttinwit i- 1 k
")e yew know,' ho vui nr-
ttly. 'UMrt yon iw fkin. 1 t .-
alt rmr Rym In fMt hv .K J.
tcrtolMCT SU k the lun.-s v v. '
tl (htrttnor '
"My MhMwhhkmh wk 1,
I.knMWMit, I ilofl ' . . 1'
innnwny wife of tb !m, 1 ; 1
not give hfr up' IaM 1. . t y
hwt of th wnlr. Vihhh w "i.J e
lxti Iter Jftnw Ih ii mmtH'ni . I
HiitH IhkiTrxtMit I IimI m 0 ..
wm not lli bo) rn n-i n.i ' bo
limn ynu Imw She mux in 1 t.i .:: I
you mint htrlp m
"Hwlnif wm n ltw Aim 1 ' wid j
lwrhelor an dl, nml nm " -n r.t 1 1;
Mill, sil homily nf thu1 id lr. u
dccldeil hhn. Ilftookmv m n- 1 1 '
" 'V will mvo hw, I)
the plus, IhU there's inl
intlkl gel HPT on snori' ,r, 1
hliliiiK nt nuie. Waki .. ..nl I -.vc
hcrdroM In wimcuf mh -i 'ii -Then
I will got out aIiohi .m w will
go ashore. Holvtiwn w 1 r '
i-oinc hole to stow her 11, uui 1
filinds can come nnd onrr 11. . IT lly
lovcl' he continued, ns hi i,omp1m I
the vision ho had Keen '' hi 1 1
pot any fi lends I'd mnir hrr mywjf
to wive her from the lxiwiuii,
"Ho left mc to pcrfi'iiu inv ' if
"I went to my caliln losol hc
trnnsoni, nnd thru rnptHil n iti door
I henrd n stir, n faint sigh and thn a
low, sweet voice.
"1 told In a few wonls vthAt must lo
done nnd why, nnd with vtonduful
ncutcLcss she apprehcndisl mc nnd
prnmhed to obey.
"Ten mlniiteslntcr a handsome young
pirson. dressed In tho uniform of nmir
genu In the navy for hitch was mv urn
font) oucrgot trgm llio H'.t- tr lp 1
I hunledly told her of the plan nf r
"Sho looked Into my face with frtplr" )
cned vycs. (
vuciicnu innn no save mi a
glovenor kill mel'
"I strove to explain to the frlr litem 1
beauty that It was imnissllile lo keep
her on board tho steamer, hut tlml wo
would sco her safely hidden In Hong
Kong for iho picscnt, nnd then mauago
for her future safety afterward,
"As I saw the rich color come nnd go
in her checks mid thu bright eyes All
with snch n strnngo fear I made a vow
that If human niu could save this poor
victim of barbarism it bhould
"Lieutenant Swing noiy cnlled ns,
saying tho bont was aloni;h', and wo
must needs movo quickly, before the
harbor was astir.
"Hastening to the gangway, wo de
scended, nnd boon were headed for tho
distant slim c.
"As wo proceeded, the runaway wife
related her story.
"It seemed she was tho daughter of
an official under the Governor, and was
In love with n youth of her own city.
They were to havo been married, whet)
the old Governor saw and coveted her,
and compelled tho fnlhcr to deliver her
"Only three days.bcforo sir had been
nnu lied by foicu to her gray hearted
husband, who nlieady possessed seven
wives, nnd.had been taken by him to
his yacht for a bridal trip, where he
might watch over her with less chance
of escape. While he slept she had
crept from her cabin and ilropjcd Into
"The story was hut just told when
as wo passed beneath the bows of thu
gieat Indian Memncr which lay at
anchor, wo suddenly almost ran tqioii
thu bargo of the Governor returning
fiom an unsuccessful search
"Theie wns a giowl fiom the reamen
as they backed water, a shriek of rago
and satisfaction from the old tyrant
himself, who half ioso from his scut In
the stein, nnd tho next Instant, without
a word, but with eyes filled with hor
ror, tho fleeing wife spi iuil over the rail
of our boat and Into tho deep wnters of
tho bay, sinking Instantly
"With shouts nnd urse English,
American and Chinese - he men in the
two honts watched for tht fulr lwdy t'
ilsc, but watched in vain, ISohumau
eyes ever saw tho woman again
"Wo did not wait for ixphtuatlons,
nnd that night our steamer sailed
"It was my last trip, mid I havo not
visited Hong ICoiig Bay blnci 1 bitttir
A Sunday liy the "ci
Tho low-rnto pxcur-ii n li 1, -ow ou
snlo hy tho I'cmisylv nnt 1 I. rr-11 to At
lniitlc City, Cnro Mn ni "lo City
places theso fnvoc'.o resori v, uln tho
reach of nil. Flno rosilhcd. cownlc equip,
ment and grninl schcilule 'if 'rm- iro tho
characteristics which maim an ncp'ipulnr
Ity of tho Pcnnsjlvnnlii Ii,,)irojd to t ic sen
shorocltlts. Sco ftilicnn-cincu In cnothcr
HjHclul UxciiikIoii Ticket
NEW OIlLKAS AM' 1 I 1 "I
PIEIIMONT th -..
Ou Thursday, tho -tth ih. it.- Pied
mont Air Line nil! sel i ' rl in ('kcU,
Washington to New Ouosm .r' eti.ru for
ono fnro ($'J7.50), for t h. . Mp good
returning until the 12th in ai
Tickets sold at 1300 lnin.n .ma 1 'enuo
and at ticket ofllco U v 1 ha' oiu Sta
Low ltiites to liei-i lhnr)i,
Iu order to nccomini-l 1
to spend Sunday In the in u
,t O. It. K. Co. JII sell .
from Washington to I)c.i 1
I.nko l'urk anil Oaklnud v
to either resort. Tlio tuli.t
for tho nlclit train KrMn
urdajs nnd 6iindns, am) is
n turn until and Includm, 1.
"ill s ho II.
r Mt utalii
'C 1 of If."!
win t- 6oid
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Tn Atllllltlo Cltv ! H
'Uio Bhortest, quicken
Atlantic City Is via D. -car
scrvleo on all exprcs
direct from 11. A O. ile
to IhoAtlnutlc Cltyfei
Clin You Appttil.ili
a bargain when) ou seen " K- n i k ut
tho suits wo nro selling , - ' ' t-icily
sold for fliO. Klseman 11 t v - ' and
L", manufacturing clothlr i :
WnslilnRton Bate l)e.,lt . - UIO i'u,
ave, Btoratro Departmcu an Uxivocn-nti-.
NO MAN OB WOMAN CM) t "r 1'e be M IU
out Woia'e Acme uiacuicg.