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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNK 1. 1SQO.
AMONG THE PLAY-HOUSES.
"WAIIM "WELCOME OK Till. LA MONT
"J-Jrinlnlo" to lo Kept on for Another
Vcek N'uil.ly" to Follow It General
Notes About Thcntriciil People.
The Lninont Opera Company had a most au
spicious opening last week of their summer en
gagement at Albaugh's Opera House. The
bright ami ever popular "Erminie" was given
vrllh a spirit and energy which seemed to indi
cate that the performers were as pleased to ap
pear again in Washington as the audience was
to welcome them. The company and the chorus
largely comprise the same members as when
here last year, with the addition of some excel
lent new talent. The new faces in the cast arc
those of Mr. It. E. Graham and Miss Emma
Hanley both most valuable acquisitions. Mr.
Graham in the role of limcnnex is only ex
celled by its creator, Dabol, and Miss Hanley's
vivacity as Javotte at once won the favor of
the audience. It is not too early to predict that
before the season closes she will have grace
fully danced, kicked, and sung herself into po
sition as the most prominent attraction among
the ladies of tho company. Mr. Louis Do Langc
received a rousing welcome in his amusing pcr
.sonation of Cadeaux, and Mr. George Uroderick
as the Marquis added to his circle of admirers
for his clever work. Of Miss Lamont (Nellie
McCartee) as a central figure it is somewhat dif
ilcult to speak without the appearance of criti
cism. It is natural to feel a local pride in tho
successful products of the city's operatic and
histrionic talent, but it is unjust and inju
dicious to heap indiscriminate praise on
Miss Lamont. Her work is conscientious
without doubt, but It is conscious at the
same time. She plays and sings to her auditors
and not for them, and by so doing sinks the
character she portrays in her own personality.
Perhaps, however, this is a characteristic pecu
liar only in Washington, where she must seem
ingly respond to the admiration of her host of
personal friends, whose judgment is more or
less lost in earnest solicitude. It is not the in
tention of Trie Hep.ald to be severe, but while
an experience of two brief seasons has been of
remarkable advantage to Miss Lamont it has
scarcely placed her beyond the line where it
will be less kind on the part of her friends to
be frank. Miss Laura Millard as Cerise was
very good, and Miss Mabella Baker as the
Princess was up to her well-established standard.
The chorus did excellent work.
Another Week of "Erminie."
The great popular success of the Helen La
mont Comic Opera Company in "Erminie" the
past week, and the large demand for seats, have
necessitated the continuance of thisopeiafor
another week. Miss Lamont, n6e Mc
Cartee, is a great favorite in Washington, and
her recention last Monday night was very en
thusiastic. The company surrounding "Miss
Lamont is an exceptionally strong one Miss
Hauley, Misses Baker and Millard, Messrs. De
Lauge, Graham, Broderick, Clark, and Wilson
are particularly well suited to their respective
parts. "Erminie" has never been seen here
with more elaborate scenery, costumes, and
effects than at the present time. Commencing
Monday evening, .Tune 0, the ureat New York
Casino success, "Nadjy," will be presented.
The sale of seats will commence . Thursday,
Under the sliding roof, which makes this the
coolest house in Washington, there will be
another first-rate entertainment this week, be
ginning to-morrow night, the attraction being
the Pialras Grand Combination of Novelties.
The Pialras are from the Arena, Madrid, Spain.
They are in their lines wonderful artists, and
have met with an ovation everywhere in
America. Numerous other features are down
on the bill, including Fairchild and Livingston,
the marvelous Australian iireworkers; Fannie
Beane Gilday, the matchless song and dauce
artist; Ward and Yokes, the versatile Ethiopian
comedians; Sam Collins, the great break-neck
Dutch comedian; the Devons, the wonderful
equilibrists; Roger and Belle Dolan, the peer
less Irish sketch team; John and Jesse Burns,
In their beautiful musical act; Leonzo, the great
American juggler, and the FrGmonts, the bright
est sketch team on the American stage. Ladies
mutinies, Tuesday, Thursday, uud Saturday.
NOTES OF THE STAGE.
The season is pretty well done for.
Stuart Bobson has two grandchildren, a boy
and a girl.
The new play written by Boucicault for Sol
Smith Hussell is called "A Crank."
The report that Dion Boucicault is breaking
down in body and mind is declared to be entirely
Every ship that sails irom New York these
days has a quota of stage people among its pas
sengots. Tho usual summer throng of actors nnd act
resses crowd upper Broadway every nlicrnoon
Annie Pixley and her husband, Robert Ful
lord, sail from New York lor Europe to-day, to
be gone till tho middle ol August.
A society play culled "Le Crime do Jean Morel"
is a great success at the Paris Chateau do Eau
'Theater. The critics are unanimous in its praise.
Hose AVood, once the lending lady at Wallack's
Theatre, hits returned to New York trom tho Pa
cific Const, where she has been playing for many
Tbo net llnanciul results or Francis Wilson's
Jlrst season ns an independent light-opera star
under hla own munngementissaid to have been
a prollt of S50,000.
Desplto severe Ecoring by tho critics, Do Wolf
Hopper has made- a great popular hit in "Castles
in tho Air" ut the Broadway Theatre, New York.
The house is crowded nightly.
Yietor Nessler, tho most popular ol modern
German composers, died on Wednesday. Among
his best known works were "The Trumpeter Vou
Saekingen" and "Hat-Catcher of Hameliu,"
Mr. Arthur Nihusch, tho new conductor of the
Boston Symphony Orchestra, will soon return to
Europe and bring buck with him his wife und
children. Ho may settle permanently in tills
Frederick Paulding, who spent ono fortune lu
trying to establish himself as a tragic Mar. has
lallcn heir to another small one by the death of
an uncle, it is said ho contemplates starring
aguin next season.
A well known London critic, referring to
Grncu Hawthorne's perlormnnco of "Theo
dora, "remarks somewhat satirically that their
chief value lies in tho proof they ullord of Mad
uiuii Bernhurdt's genius.
A touching item is floating through tho dra
matic columns ol tho newspapers, telling how
Mmo. Herrmann, wife ol tho mugician, is threat
ened with uu attack of brain lever, owiug to
4Sncl at tho loss of a pet dog.
Tho mammoth organ recently built for tho
Town Hall, Sydney, New South Wales, cost
.&J0.OCO exclusive ol freight and carriage. Tho
.Authorities at Sydney gave tho builders absolute
carle blancho ns to size, planning, design, mech
anism, and cost, and tlio result is probably tbc
finest organ In the world nt tho present moment.
It contains lO.SoO pipes, and weighs 100 tons.
Mrs. James G. Blaine, Jr., lias so far recovered
from her serious Illness ns to Bet out. She ap
peared Tor the first time In public on Monday
night last nt a performance of "Castles In tho
Air" nt tbo Broadway Theatre, New York.
Jimmy Morrissey's season of English opera at
the New York Grand Opera House begun on
Monday night before an Immense audience.
"Faust" was tho opening bill, anil Slgnors Mon
tcgriflo and Tngllnpietra were In the cast.
"The Ugly Duckling" is tho queer namo of the
piny in which Mrs. I.eslio Carter, tho Chicago di
vorcee, will innko her d6but on the stage in New
York in November. Tho story deals with fash
ionable Now York society, and tho play is the
work of Paul M. Potter.
How successful AVagnoroperu has been In New
York may bo judged from the fact that there
whb a loss of over two thousand dollars on each
of the sixty-seven performances at the Metro
politan Opera House hist winter. The stockhold
er hnd to make this good. Vet, at double tho
prices of admission, the short Pattl season nt the
sumo house made lots of money for all concerned.
Mr. W. J. Florence is arranging for his annual
salmon llshlng season, which is to bo n short
ono litis year, as he leaves for Europe on tho
Ktrurla on Juno2l. His trip abroad will embrace
excursions through Ireland. France, Spain, and
Germany. Mrs. Florence, who is at present in
London, will join her husband at Paris. Mr.
Florence returns to America in September, but
airs, l'loreuce will remain in trance.
Hoslua Yokes and her geuial husband. Cecil
Clay, will sail from New York on Juno 20 for
England, where they will spend their summer at
their own delightful rural retreat in Devonshire.
Next Bea6on Miss Yokes will devote her time to
long engagements in the large cities, playing the
month of January at Palmer's Thentro in New
York, six weeks at Daly's Inter, live weeks in
Boston, four in Chicago, three in Philadelphia,
and at least a week in Washington.
Miss Pauline Hall is seen about In public in
Now York more frequently than ever before in
her career. She is the only ono of the light-opera
queens who has tunuaged to keep herself care
fully lu tho background. When she walked
abroad she always chose some quiet street, nnd
she was novcr on parade at Sunday-night con
certs or similar outortalnments where actresses
aro wont to pose lu public. She lived quietly in
her ilat, took her exercise early in the morning,
read n good many novels, and was devoted to a
knot ot close friends.
Mr. Sims Itcovcs, prince of English tenors, in a
recetit Interview severely scores the scanty prep
aration uowadavs thought ncccssnry for a slng
or's career, laments that tho quality of the voice
baa deteriorated, and points his remarks with
these words, unfortunately too true: "What
takes nowadays is tbc high note. Every singer
aims at that. It pleases, and he gives it, irre
spective of art. Tho mellow, moderate notes,
which are the voice after all. are to a great ex
tent neglected. This accounts for the popularity
or the 'whito tenor,' as we call the singer whose
register is abnormally high."
Atlanta society was excited a few days ago by
tho announcement that Mrs. Miriam Armstrong
Glenn, a well-known lady, would soon go on the
operatic stage. She has been married but a few
months. Sho is the daughter of ltev. J. G. Arm
strong, a well-known Protestant Episcopal
preacher, whose resemblance to John AVilkes
Booth is striking. Three years ago he was sus
pended from the ministry forten years by Bishop
Beckwlth for some Irregularity. Sixnionthsngo
his daughter married W. C. Glenn, who, as a
member of the Georgia Legislature, won noto
riety by advocating a bill to raako the teaching
of colored pupils by whites criminal.
Mr. Augustus Pitou has evolved an idea which
appears likely to awaken a very considerable de
gree of interest in this country. A year from the
opening of the coming season he will start out
with an organization to be known as Augustus
Pitou's Stock Company, and its object will be the
production of stock plays of various kinds in a
manner unexcelled byanyof the Now York com
panies, such as those presided over by A. M. Pal
mer, Augustin Daly, Daniel Frohman, and
Chnrles Frohman. It is his intention to begin
with n repertory of not less than four plays, and
it is proposed that these four shall be widely dif
ferent from each other in their scope. There will
be a broad comedy, a high comedv, a societs
play, and probably a melodrama. The big eities
will be played for periods ranging from two to
API: AID OF THE GlliLiS.
Embarrassment of Indian Students in
Prortonceof tho Palo Face Maiden.
From the Youth's Companion.
The Indian young men at Hampton Institute
arc said to find it particularly hard to be at ease
with the girls at an evening reception. In his
native wilds the Indian does not regard women
with awe, and would laugh at the idea of being
afraid of them. But when the Indian student
is mviteu to attenu a party ana meet young
girls of his own and other races, after the man
ner the white people call "society," he is pauic
stricken. They gather about the entrances and
peep furtively into the awful apartment. If any
ladies have already arrived the boys aro quite
likely to take to their heels. After awhile they
get courage to return and peep again.
At last some bold spirits venture to cross the
threshold and stand about the doorway. These
arc gradually lured in, others follow, and by the
time the party is about to break up, the bashful
youths have begun to feel somewhat at home
they join timidly in easy games and manage to
say a few words to the girls nearest them.
It does uot become us to laujjh at them, be
cause wc see something similar in country par
ties composed entirely of the race which flatters
itself with the conviction of being "superior."
How difficult it is to prevent all the men from
getting together in a corner, where they can talk
about politics, markets, ami other topics which
may summed up in the word "shop," while tho
ladies arc left by themselves in another comer
to converse upon subjects which are "shop" to
In this way men ami women grow more and
more apart and unlike, until finally the true so
ciety becomes impossible. Even superior men,
formed for better things, remain in lifelong ig
norauce of women.
In one of Stanley's letters the African ex
plorer says that he is "absolutely uncomfort
able" whenever he speaks to a woman.
"1 can't talk to women," he adds. "In their
piesenco I am just as much a hypocrite as any
other man, and It gads me that I mu6t act and
, bo nlTccted and parody mysolf, for no earthly
reason but because I think, with other men, that
10 fijicait ami act otherwise would not he appre
ciated." Mr. Stanley has only to address ladies with
perfect sincerity, paying them the just homage
of giving them the best of his mind and the
cream of his knowledge, to discover that he can
cany the day agaiust a whole room full of
An Tileal Vacation Tour Free.
The teacher of the Washington schools who
obtains the most votes in the contest which
Tin: Sunday Hi'.itAJ.u bus opened will
be given at The Hi:hai.is expense a mouth's
tour of Europe this summer. Bead tho particu
lars, of thiB uuiquo offer In another column.
To Humanely Kill Kitten.
From Our Dumb Aulmals.
It it. a melancholy fact that many kittens born
inlo this world must in the interests of humanity
be killed, aud the question is how it cau he done
most humanely. It is said by persons who have
narrowly escaped drowning that their sensations
were not painful. I am inclined to think that
pulling kittciib in an ordinary llower-pot ami
then plunging it upside down in a pnil or tub of
water is about as humane a method as cau be
found. Tho air escapes through tho hole in the
bottom (or rather the top) of the flower-pot, and
it instantly fills with water.
Heurlch's Extra Palo Lager. Ask for it.
When you first, heard of tho Blazers what did
you think about them ? Wo are In n position to
senso tho public pulse, and you would bo sur
prised what a rush thero has been after them.
We know the stylo was coming felt suro you
would like them so wo placed our good-sized or
ders early. Took n careful survey ot tho differ
ent combinations, and had them reserved for us
until wo could get our spring stock in proper
shape to receive them. As soon ns it was warm
enough wo ordered down a few of each styleto
meet calls. Ours were among tho ilrst displayed
In this city. This week every one wc bought was
delivered, and Monday wo open tho ontiro line.
There's niuuy a time In t ho hottest season when
n trip down tho river, or a late drive, makes some
sort of n light covering necessary. These nro
weighted just right and what could be jauntier?
We do not want to niako any comparisons be
tween ours and our neighbors neither In style,
quality, or what wo tisk for them. Wo would bo
glad to have ?ou do that, torwonro suro our line
is cnpablc of HOLDING YOUll FAYOll.
If you go into tho country or to theseu-shoro
take your Blazer along. You will lltul It as use
ful as your Parasol.
At 52.50 wo have an Oxford Cloth that will
wash Black and White Stripes.
At S3.7oa Cheviot, In Stripes and Checks, nil
combinations. As Blazers go these nro worth S5.
At St are Plnln White Cloth ones, faced In con
Another 31 grade in alternating shades.
At SO oro the White Bodies, with rolling collar
nnd cuffs, In striped effects.
At $0.50 Novelties In Combinations, with faced
collar, cuffs, and pockets, and gilt buttons. Tho
effect Is extremely natty.
There is hardly a resort you cau journey to
that Is not provided with greater or less bathing
facilities. The springs all have their uatato
riums aud, of course, tho sea-shoro is kissed by
the ceaseless tlowlng ocean. Among your sum
mer outtlt must bo u Bathing Suit. YS hat sort is
tho next thing. Well
Gray Flannel, with three rows of white braid,
for S, would uot mako a bad one: or n better
ono, same style, 2oc. more.
II 3 outturns you win inse xavy lmie ueuer,
all right. We liavo n grado at 52.75 with two
rows of wide whito braiding.
Perfectly plain Blue Flannel, S3.
Navy Bluo run around with three rows of
cardinal braid, S3.50.
A grade at St, in all sorts of shades, with wide
aud narrow braiding your choice.
Blue Flannel Suits in two prices low neck aud
elaborately trimmed in white, So.
These are for lodles. Wo can give you tho
children's and misses' sizes six to HfteCn years.
Gray and Blue, braid trimmed, 51.75, $-. $-.75,
You will feel very comfortable in these suits.
They are trimmed just enough to relieve them of
a surfeit of plainness, and not bo loud.
You will tlnd the prices have been shrunk up
as small as they can be.
When you ladles want to doff your heavy
close-lltting basques, of course you will movo to
the Blouse Waists or the Shirts.
We can show vou several patterns lu Fancy
Cheviot Shirts, stripes nnd plaids, SL50.
Stripe Satteen Waists, with wide sailor collar,
Neat stripe, extra lino AlMJ'ool Shirts nt S2,
$2.50, and S3.
White Flannel Blouse Waists, low front, $2.75.
The new Vassal and Dei by Shirts, plain or
plaited bosoms, roll or standing collars any
style that pleases you, 31.50.
Vc have turned the corner into summer
weather auy way must have summer clothes to
meet it. That is the object wo had in view In
calling your attention to what we were selling
most of. The majority of you like to know what
is going on what your friends are buying and
here you get it. Blazers with waists for now
Bathing Suits a near future contemplation.
Prices? KIGHT as they always are.
You are invited to be present at our Blazer
Opening on Monday, and you can look at to-day's
other mentionlngs then. They are all on tho
same lloor Third. Elevator.
Ninth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue
DR. H. M. SGHOOLEY,
ROOMS 03-04 PACIFIC BUILDING,
Telephone 835 032-024 V STREET.
IF O K, SALE.
SEVEKAL CHOICE LOTS
ALSO LOTS IN
A. A. WILSON,
HEAL ESTATE BROKER.
FIREMEN'S INSURANCE CO. BUILDING
IDROI'OSALS FOR ICE-WAR DEPART
X nient. Supply Division, May 7, 1800. Sealed
proposals, in duplicate, subject to tho usual con
ditions, will be received at this oflico until 12
o'clock noon SATURDAY, Juno 7, lb'JO, lor sup
plying this Department and its Bureaus with Ice
during the llscal year ending Juno 30, 1891. Tho
Ice must be ot best quality, Eolid, clear, nnd freo
from snow or other impurities, and must bo de
livered at the several Bureaus and ollices of tho
War Department in AVashlngton, and weighed
upon tho Department scales. Daily deliveries,
excoptlng Sundays aud recognized holidays, will
bo required. Tho quantity required is estimated
at 700,000 pounds, more or less. A bond, with ap
proved security, will bo required In caso of
award, Tho Government reserves tho right to
reject any and all bids and to waive doloets.
niuuers are notllleu that no awaru or lormal ac
ceptance ot any bid under this advertisement
will bo made until Congress makes an appropria
tion lrora which the Ico called for car. bo pur
chased. Bids must bo InoloEcd in scaled envel
opes indorsed on the outside "Proposals for Ice."
und addressed to tho undersigned. M. R. THORB,
Chjet, Supplj Division. myl8Jol.at
PROPOSALS FOR FUEL. AVAR DBPART
raent, Supply Division, May 7, 18'J0. Sealed
proposals, in duplicate, subject to tho usual con
ditions, will be received at this ollico until 12
o'clock noon SATURDAY, Juno 7, 1800, for fur
nishing the War Department with such quanti
ties ol Wood and Coal as may bo required In tho
llscal year ending Juno 30, 1801. Proposals will
be received for the whole or any part of tho fuel
required. The i uel (Coal and Wood) to bo deliv
ered ut tho War Department Bureaus or Olllues
iu Washington for which required by tho purtles
to whom the contract (or contracts) may bo
awarded, iu such quantities and at sueh times as
the convenience ot tho Department may require
The Government reserves tho right to reject any
and ull bids. Fuel lor tho State, War, und Navy
Department Building is not included 111 this ad
vertisement, Sneeiticatloiis, gouerul instructions
to bidders, and blank forms ol proposuls will bo
furnished to established dealers on application
to this otllce. Bidders ate notified that no uward
or formal acceptance of any bid under this ad
vertisement will bo made until Congress makes
nn appropriation from which tho fuel called for
can bo purchased. Bids must bo inclosed iu
sealed envelopes and indorsed on tho outside,
"Proposals for Fuel." and addressed to tho un
dersigned. M. It. THORB, Chief, Supply Divi
A lAJAUGH'S OKANl OPEItA HOUSE.
ti-fK Week of tho Summer Season.
O lJll Commencing Monday, J uno 2.
A WONDERFUL SUCCESS.
Hjaiiioiat; Opera Co.,
Under the management of Mr. Nathnulal Both.
Farowcll and Inst six nights and Saturday
Mutlntoof tho Popular
HEAR ITS LOVELY MUSIC.
SEE ITS LOVELY PICTURES.
HEAR THE POPULAR LULLABY.
Evenings at 8:15. Saturday Mntinta at 2.
Week commencing Monday, Juno II NADJY.
TEW NATIONAL TIIKATKE.
.i TH URSDA V. J UN E, 5, 1600.
Benefit of KIT CARSON POST No. 2, Depart
ment of tho Potomac, proceeds to bo used to
send tho drum corps to Boston to play for the
Natlonol Encampment in August. Special en
MISS JENNIE O'NEILL POTTER,
tho popular nnd successful Western dialect
reader, nnd n general favorite with tho G. A. It.
throughout tho country, assisted by MRS. D. C.
NICHOLS. In ballads: MISS ANNIE YEATMAN,
soprano: MR. S. C. ELLIOTT, and tho HIGH
SCHOOL CADETS in their accomplished drill.
Miss O'Neill Potter, among other selections,
will rcclto and impersonate "Searching for tho
Slain," with drum corps accompaniment; "Tho
Volunteer Organist," with organ accompani
ment. She will also glvo two acts from
FANCHON THE CRICKET.
THE MAY POLE DANCE,
Young society people as peasants.
Scats, 25c., 60a, and SI, on sale at box office of
the Now National Theatre.
Eleventh St., south of Pcnna. ave.
Ladles' Matlnfes Tues.. Thurs.. nnd Sat.
COOLEST HOUSE IN WASHINGTON.
WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, JUNE 2.
I THE PIALRAS!
Grand Combination of Novoltios.
Tho Liatost European Sensation,
FAIRCHILD AND LIVINGSTON.
FANNIE BEANE GILDAY,
THE DEVONS, THE FItEMONTS,
LEONZO. BOGER AND BELLE DOLAN,
JOHN BUHNS AND JESSE BURNS,
WARD AND YOKES.
ECTURE AND CONCERT
Lincoln Music Hall,
Under Auspices of tho
FATHER MATTHEW TOTAL ABSTINENCE
FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 0.
LECTURE BY BISHOP J. J. KEANE.
Concert under Direction of
PltOF. L. E. GANNON.
Tickets on sale at principal Music Stores. Scats
may be reserved without extra churge at Lop
ley's Book Store, 715 15th street northwest.
TUESDAY, June 10, 1890.
Boat leaves at 10 A. M..SP. M., and 0:30 P. M.
Professor Frank Plstorlo's
host of popular nrtlsts In a brilliant
gramme of amusements.
TICKETS 50 CENTS.
Tickets can be purchased from members of tho
order, nnd at Edward Droop's Music Store, 025
Pennsylvania avenue, and nt the wharf.
ORAM) MOONLIGHT EXCURSION.
13 .A.ISTDK: CLEKKS
STEAMElt CIIAKEES MA CAIACSTER
Tuesday Evo., Juno 3, 181)0.
Steamer leaves Sovonth-strcet AVharf 0 o'clock
Tickets for salo at all tho Banks.
AVASIIINGTON LODGENO. 2 will givo their
TO RIVER VIEW,
On tho STEAMER SAMUEL J. PENT.,
Tho Grand Lodgo of tho Growlers will bo tho
guests or Wnshingtou Lodge.
Boat Bturts at 0:30 P. M. sharp.
Tiokcts&O cents, to bo had of membersor at tho
SIUNGTON LIGHT INFANTRY CORPS
TO MARSHALL HALL.
New Steamer, CIIAS MAOALESTER,
JUNE 5 AND JULY IS. 1800.
TICKETS, Mo.. FOB SALE BY MEMBERS.
MUSIC BY NATION AL GUARD BAND.
Wt&ml fetutxt MvKihK
EUW. .1. STKMiWAOK.V.
THOMAS M. OA1.E.
Thomas I Fisher & Co.,
it 13 a. i, jc s t .a. rr in
X3A2i 1 Street.
1-115 F Street,
Member ol" Washington Stock Ex
change. AH local stoclcs and securi
ties Bought and sold. dcS-lt
J. S. BELT & CO.,
Ileal Estate, Loans, & Insurance,
G29 F street, Bet. Sixth aud Seventh N. W.,
WASHINGTON, r. c.
Special Attontlon Given to tho Salo of Sub
urban tots and Country Property.
CH-ARLES A. McEUEN,
REAL ESTATE AND LOAN BROKER,
H20 F STREET N. W., WASHINGTON, D, C
In the District of Columbia, Maryland, aud Vir
ginia. Property Bought, Sold, and Exchanged.
Houses llentcd and Bents Collected.
Fire Insurance Placed in Reliable Companies.
BEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS E. AVAGGAMAN. 917 V street.
TWO-STORY BRICK AND Fit AM E HOUSES
2210 to 2231 Boundary st nw, b h. 1 rs S10.000
2021 to 2012 Boundary st nw, b h, 1 rs 15.700
2211 to 2220 10th st nw, b h, 5 rs 13,000
1733 to 1743 E st nw, 0 rs 0,000
701 to 700 Farragut st nw, b h. 5 rs 0,000
1232 1 st nw, f h, fl rs 8,000
338 to 311 Jackson Hall alley nw, b h 0,250
1 to I! alley bet 12th and 13th, M and N
sts n w 0,000
1130to 115U23dstnw, f h.lrs 0,000
1123 20th st nw, f h, and 2 houses rear 5,000
1311Dstnw. f h.Ors 5,000
3328 to 3331 P st nw, f h, 5 rs 5,000
1112 28th stnw.b h, ml. 0 rs 5.000
1217 aud 1210 Madison st nw, f h, 1 rs, and 2
b h rear 4.8C0
831 to83T)22dst nw, b h, m i, 9 rs 1,500
507 and 500 Ara avo and 900 5th st and 2 un
improved lots, so 4,500
1130 Sampson stnw, f h, 0 rs 3,000
302 9thstsc, bh.Ors 3,000
14141 Sampson st nw, f h, 0 rs .'. 2,000
1111 Sampson st nw, f li.O rs 1,800
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOlt SALE.
Gst, bctN Cap and 1st sts nw Si.GOO
Va avo and 21th st n w 2,700
A st. bet 14th and 15th sts so 1,350
10th st, bet E Caj) and A sts s o 1,005
Dunbarton and Beall, 30th and 31st sts nw. SI 25
10th st, bet E and F sts n w 1 23
Muss uve, bet Del avo and lststn o 1 00
O st, bet 1st and 3d stsnw 85
N ocorA'aavo nnd 22d stnw 75
G st. bet 2d and 3d n o 00
HOUSES FOB RENT.
1110 T stnw, 7 rs S35 00
2012 E st n w, II rs 25 00
007 N stnw, 7rs 20 00
112 Cat no, 7rs 20 00
027Cstsw, Irs 13 00
1(10) Q stnw, 5 rs 12 00
123 Del avo sw, 5 rs 12 30
80Myrtlostno,7r8 12 00
A lley bet 0th and 7th, G and H sts no, 5 rs. 8 60
llFstTerracose, i rs 8 30
STORES, OFFIOES, ETC.
Store-room 821 7th stnw $2000
Stablo rear 1518 L stnw 20 00
Storo-room 1511 Mst nw 1500
438 7tbst, baokroom,2d lloor 15 00
Hnll,1300 41stsw '. 1200
Central Building, room 22 10 CO
Stablo rear 027 E stnw 10 00
Stablo rearOll II st nw 1000
0th st nnd Pa avo, room 20 1000
472 La ave, 2 basement rooms 8 00
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
SnfoasU. 8. bonds, 5 per cont., pnyablo quar
terly; m sums $1,000.
In sums to suit nt U per cent.
Tho abovo is only a portion of tho property on
my books. For full list call at ollico for bulletin,
issued on tho 1st und 15th. fol7-lv-G
SEA-SIDE PABK HOTEL.
SEA-SIDE PABK, N. J.
On Barnegat Bay. AV111 opon for tho season of
1890, Juno 5th, under now management. 100
rooms all facing both oceun and buy.
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