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THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23,1890.
An unimproved corner, four squares from U. S. Cupltol UulldlnK, and two squares from now
Government Prlntinir Oflloo site, 109 teet front by 70 l'eet deep to alloy. On easy terms. For partic
ulars apply to isaN33S fc AVJBVJSTt. OSO J St. 3. "W.
WILLIAM II. IJAItNES, Notary Public.
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REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
3JO J? Stieet9 Washington, X. O.
Loans Negotiated. Rents collected. Agents for Insurance Company of North America.
totals. wrfcr Sfcesttamrmtitai
E STREET NORTHWEST.
NINTH STBEET OAKS.
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST.
310 SIXTH STREET.
POOL FIFT1" CENTS PER nOUlt. oc!2-ly
300 Scvcnt.li Street, Northwest.
930 PENNA. AVENUE.
OPEN XA.Y AJNJ NIGUT.
DON'T EOUGET OUR BUTTER CAKES AND
uuiN x xu c0FPEe-TEN CENTS. ool2-ly
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Eight Iron Five Escapes.
BUKCH & GIBBS Managers
NEW YOBK BUFFET,
405 TENTH STBEET N. W.
Finest Wines, Liquors, and Cigars
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.'
A SPLENDID LUNCH
JAMES OASTEIiO, Proprietor.
A FBNTE LINE
NEW FALL STYLES
IN STOCK AT
VERY LOW PRICES.
Seventeenth St. and Penn. Ave. N. W.
TELEPHONE, 963-3. oc27-tfl
PAINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, INTE
ItlOIt AND EXTERIOR.
Decoratlnj;, Gliding, Bronzing. Estimates fur
nished for work In city and country. First-class
material and workmanship.
Offlce,415 Tonth Street Northwest, next Gas
Oo27tf 4 MACNIOHOL & SON.
ETEUT KT to every man, young,
r 11 EL EL nd old ; poBtogo pa
Dr. II. Du Mout, SSI Columbus Ave, I
to every man, youcg.mlddlo-ngej,
it a ffTOTfaiiniri
a&u i i an
JOHN L. WEAVER.
Sfteart, W&t&te $3LvattKSi
N st nw, uonr 17tli $05,000
Now York nve nw, near 10th 10,000
New llompshlro uvo nw, 0 rooms 10,000
Tenth st, near M nw, 0 rooms 0,500
2011 14tu st nw, 12 rooms 0.000
1823 18th street, 8 rooms, m. 1 7,500
022 list so. !) rooms, all tn. 1 0,300
45!$ N st nw, 7 rooms and bath 4,150
037 T st nw, 8 rooms and until 0,000
1833 Vermont avo nw, 7 rooms and bath. . . 0,800
1514 Columbia st, 7 rooms 4.C00
Ward Place, near 2lst, II rooms, m. 1 7,600
EIGHT SIX-ROOM MUCK HOUSES. Location
Rood. Can bo bought at low llRiiro nnd on (rood
terms. An excellent Investment.
Also EI VE LOTS adjoininp each other at 25c. a
This is only n partial list or a largo number of
houses and lots now on our books.
IT you are Booking an Investment or a home
this is the place.
HARRY W. DOWLIHG,
nolO-itO 1003 G STREET NORTHWEST.
BEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS E. WAG GAM AN, 017 F street.
TWO-STOUY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
G38Bstsw, bh,18rs 322,000
010 to 1530 Md avo sw, b h,4rs 18,000
1015 E Cap st so, bh.'J rs 8,000
910G8t8W,bh,7 is 8,500
400 and 408 11th st sw, b h. m 1,9 rs 5,1500
23!)13stsw, bh,8rs 5.000
507 and 509 Va avo and 900 5th st nud two
unimproved lots se 4,510
21C to 222 13th st and Ky avo, bet S O avo
and list so 4,000
401 and 400 S Capitol st sw, 1' h,0 rs 3.000
302 9th st se, b h, 0 rs 3,000
515 Uth st so, b h, 8 rs 2,000
909 and 911 1 stsc. f h, 5 rs 2.500
4481 stsw, bh. 5 re 1,800
Alley bet 0th and 7th, G and E sts so,
bh,3 rs 1,500
924 G st sw. f h. 5 rs 1.500
30310th stse, f h.Grs 1,500
12 Capitol alley sw, bh, Ors 1,450
13i5 to 1319 K st so. f h. 5 rs each 1,200
900 alley bet G and H, 9th nnd 10th sts sw,
Alley bet 4 nudCth, II and I sts sw, 4 rs 900
7 Hope avo so, bh. 4 rs 800
UN1MPHOVED PROPERTY FOK SALE.
G st, bet N Cap and 1st sts nw Sl.COO
Va avo and 21th st n w 2,700
A st, bet 14th and 15th sts 8 c 1,350
19th st, bet E Cap and A sts so 1,003
Part lot 5, K Bt bet 16th nnd 17th sts nw.
L st bet 15th and 10th sts nw.
Q st bet 15th andlOth sts nw.
Pa avo, bet Cth and 7th sts s o 2 00
7th st bet R and S nw.
30th st between N and O sts nw.
HOUSES FOR UENT.
715 21st stn w,7 rs 335 00
1827Kst nw,7rs 30 40
108 G st n w. 0 rs
214 1st st s w, 0 rs
16 Myrtle st iic,J rs
1224 H st n o, 0 rs 20 00
833 Gth st n c, 0 rs 18 00
703Astne,Ors 18 00
38 Derrees st n w, 8rs.... 15 39
1225 Md avo s w, 0 rs 15 00
STORES, OFFICES, ETC.
Rooms 9 and 10, 2d lloor, 003 15th st 330 00
Storo441iGstnw,2rs 20 30
Store-room 1511 M st nw 15 00
408 La nvc, backroom, 2d lloor 15 00
Str and dwjr 009 1 st no, 0 rs 18 00
9th st and Pa ave, room 8 12 GO
Hall 1300 4 stsw 13 00
Store-room 421 L st so 8 00
Store-room 331 K st ne 8 00
Shop roar 1020 O st nw 5 CO
In sums to suit at G per cent.
Tho above Is only n portion of tho proporty on
my books. For full list call atolUco lor bulletin,
Issued on tho 1st aud 15th.
fol7-lv T( E. WAG GAM AN.
EDW. J. STEMVWAOKN. THOMAS M. (MLB
Thomas J. Fisher & Co.,
1334 Jp Street.
REAL ESTATE AND LOAN BROKER,
1420 V STREET N. W., WASHINGTON, D, O
In tho District of Columbia, Maryland, and Vir
ginia. Proporty Bought, Sold, and Exchanged.
Houses llontcd and Honts Collected
Firo Insurance Placed in lteliablo Companies.
JL scfcJz Qdffe
1415 P Street,
Member of Washington Stock 13x.
change. All local stocks and securi
ties bought and sold. deS-lt
J. S. BELT & CO.,
ftoal Estate, Loans, & Insurance,
029 F street, Bet. Sixth and Seventh N. W.,
Special Attention Given to tho Sale of Sub
urban Lots unci Country Proporty.
TREATMENT OP WIHNKIjES.
A Now York Woiniiii'n Hunilrctl-Dnllnr
Method of Krndlcntlon.
From tho N. Y. Hornld.
Now for tho restoration of youth anil beauty !
A Now York woman has recently opened a
magnificent boudoir, where she Is eradicating
wrinkles at tho rate of $100 per customer. That
sbo will make an everlasting lot tune, whatever
becomes of tho lines of time, goes without sav
ing. The conquering herolno receives her
patron In a marble hall, where, seated In an old
ecclesiastical chair, with her feet on a prayer
rug of venerable antiquity and holiness, an ap
pointment Is mode for tho course of twenty
treatments and a check signed for payment In
advance. Buttons precedes tho lady to her
carriage, for every woman who can afford to
buy $100 worth of wrinkle-wash is suro to havo
a carriage. On tho appointed day tho customer
Is received by tho parlor maid and conducted to
tho boudoir, where a French artiste, assisted by
a couplo of handmaids, takes her in charge.
Barber fashion sho Is seated In a couch chair,
wrapped In a lavender-scented linen sheet, and
her faco is washed hygienlcally.
What this process consists of is a secret past
finding out. The owner of It, however, says few
women know how to wash their faces. Said
she: "They seem to think that all that is neces
sary is to dabhlo with a llttlo soap nnd water;
othcis go to woik with a Turkish towel and suc
ceed in rubbing tho skin off In spots; thero arc
others who thump tho very lifo out of tho faco
by massage. Now, that tho faco is delicate Is an
admitted fact, aud that It requires delicate hand
ling is a natural inference, but that it is more
exposed than the hands and therefore lequires
more attention is not credited or believed as a
fact. It is ueveitheless so. The faco is dirty.
There is only one place where it can bo said to
be free from dust, and that is on tho sea. And
even on shipboard it Is sinokc-6talncd. But to
know just how much durt nnd dirt lodges in tho
pores of the faco it Is only necessary to study
the accumulations on tho furniture, the pictures,
aud everything in aud about tho houses wo oc
cupy. In washing the face good soap is used to
clean tho surface, then several rinsings are re
quired to remove tho soap, and this done the
faco is steamed not heated, but steamed to
open every pore aud remove the dust with which
It may bo clogged."
Fourdlstinct treatments, requiring two weeks'
time, aro consumed in the preparation of tho
face. Then comes eight days of manipulation
by a specialist who understands how to pinch
and slap tho faco without bruising or in Rating
the skin. In this process all llaccidityof muscle
and llabbiness of the llesh is worked up until
the face is firm. Various lotions and tonics aro
applied, and If thero are blemishes, eruptions, or
discolorations, thoy aro treated until they dis
appear. Then comes the attack on the lines
and furrows that wrinkle the face of beauty
Baths are frequent, tonics are liberally applied,
and after liquid stimulation a battery is brought
in and an elcctiic current tinned into tho well
washed face. Tho effect of this Is to quicken
the circulation, biighten the color, aud 60
strengthen the muscles that thev become in
fused with new life and take a new hold, as it
The administration of electricitv is on the
same principle that a surgeon charges a
maimed or withered limb, if there is any life In
it. This fair electrician claims that sho can
restore the smoothness to any face under sixty
and add ten years of youth to any woman's ap
pearance who is not dissipated or past tho al
lotted three-score years. The beauty of tho
hygienic treatment lies in tho total absence of
cosmetics. Absolutely no make-up is used.
Nor is any attempt made to give maturity tho
promise even of tho bloom of sixteen. Tho
claim made is the removal of all lines, spots,
aud discolorations from the face. So far en
gagements are booked up to December.
How He Revives Electrocuted Mice
From tho N. Y. Star.
A cruel young friend of mine Invited mo to
go to his "shop," on tho top lloor of n Madison
avenue residence, and I accepted the other day.
His father is wealthy and allows tho young fel
low a handsome sum of monoy to permit him to
pursue his studies in electricity. It Is a great
fad with tho youth. Tho "exhibition" which
my young friend treated mo to was the "electro
cution" of rats and mice and their resuscitation.
An electric-light wire passes over the roof, and
he has made a secret connection for experi
mental purposes. Ho shocked several rodents
In various ways and they fell lifeless, to all ap
pearances. "Now you see they are dead," said
tho little chap, and then ho proceeded to bury
them In a box of earth. Ho left tho noses of
the rats and mice sticking out of tho soil, and
when everything was complete ho escorted me
down stairs to lunch. After an absence of an
hour wo returned to the "shop," aud suro
enough three of tho victims showed signs of life.
Tho largest animal was able to crawl out of the
earth, aud will probably live to bo shocked
again by tho cruel young scientist, who main
tains that to "ground" an electrically shocked
animal or person Is to insuro their recover,
provided tho eaith treatment is resorted to
Real Estate, Iioans, and Insurance.
Loans negotiated at short notice on approved
real estate security at low interest. Estates
carefully managed aud insuranco effected.
Agent for tho People's, tho Columbia, and
other first-class flro insuranco companies, also
agent for tho American Accidcut, of Louis
ville, Ky. Special attentlou given to tho col
lecting and renting of propoity, and quick ro
turns made for tho same. Houses aud lots for
sale In all parts of the city at low ilguies and on
easy terms. Some rare bargains for Investment.
Owners of proporty for rent can securo through
mo first-class and prompt-paying tenants. I
am also having dally demands from purchasers
for proporty In tho northwest and northeast.
If you have property for sale It will pay you to
call on me, and If you wish to buy I can suit
you, I am sure. Remember tho name and
place, IlAitiiY W. Doivuno,
Real Estate and Loans,
1003 G street northwest.
Sco advertisement in another column.
For tho Most Popular Boy or Girl.
Tin: Sunday I1kat.d Is going to give a mag
nificent present to tho Washington boy or girl
who obtains tho largest number of votes In a
contest which begins to-day. Read tho full par
ticulars of It on tho eleventh pago of to-day's
Consumption Surely,. Oured.
To tho Editor: Please inform your readers that
Ihavoaposltlvoromody for consumption. By
its timely uso thousands of hopeless cases havo
beon permanently oured. I shall bo glad to send
two bottles of my remedy FiiEK to any of your
readers who havo consumption if thoy will send
mo their Express and P. O. Address, ltcspect
fully, T.A.Slooum.M. 0181PearlStN.Y.
You Aro In a Bad Fix,
But wo will euro you if you will pay us.
Men weak, nervous, aud debilitated, suffering
from ovll habits or later Indiscretions, seud for
Book of Life, Dr. Parker's Medical and Sur
gical Institute, 153 N. Spruco street, Nashville,
"Willis Peyton's Inheritance." a realistic
Washington story, is for Balo at all nowsdealers,
und tho trado can bo supplied at tho Washington
101 01 II
WHO HAS MOST FRIENDS ?
A Question "Wliicli TI-IES IIEJISALD Wants
Its 3Etf-eclcis to Answer.
A Merry Contest in "Which the Winner Will Get a
THE SUNDAY HERALD wants to find out who is the most popular
Boy or Girl in Washington, and ashs its tliousands of Headers to help
settle the question by ballot. The Young Person obtaining the'Jargest
number of suffrages of THE HERALD'S readers will be given
Consisting of an Elegant Pony Surry and a Beautiful Pair of Ponies.,
with Silver-Mounted Harness, Robes, llliip, etc., all complete. This
turnout is as fine as can be obtained or seen in Washington, and the
total cost of it is upivards of $7 SO. The Surry can be seen at th e ware
rooms of Messrs. Joyce C Bros., who are the builders of this beautiful
vehicle, 102S and 1030 Connecticut.
Every Boy and Girl should try to win this beautiful irizc. All you,
have to do is to cut out the coupon published below and mail or send to
THE SUNDAY HERALD office, 09 Tenth street northwest.
Get all the SUNDAY HERALDS you can, cut out the coupon, and
fill in the name of your candidate. This contest, which began Sunday,
Sept. 2S, will close Saturday, Feb. 2S, 1891, at o'clocU sJiarp.
The contestants for th e prize must not be over eighteen years of age,
and they must be residents of Washington. These are the only condi
tion. Now let the balloting begin for
THE 3MCOST POPULAR BOY 03R, G-TRIuZ
Here is the Counoiuoii Which Ton Must Put Your Tote :
A MAGNIFICENT GIFT FOR THE MOST POPULAR !
BOY OR GIRL IN WASHINGTON, D. C.
Name in full :
c ..... .X. '
Cut lliis Coupon out and fill in your name or the name of your friend '
i .,'. niHil or -emllii to THE SUNDAY HERALD,
OFFICE 409 10TH STREET N. W. j ,
Mr '. II. King ,tfr.,of King's Palace,thewell-7cnown Ladies' Goods Empo
rium on S12-S11 7th street, announces thathe will give the young lady
receiving the highest number of votes, whether she is the winner or not,
a handsome London-dyed
made to her order and measure. This coat will be of the value of $50.
To the young lady receiving next to the highest number of votes
Mr. King will give a beautiful
PARISIAN PATTERN HAT
of the value of $25.
To the Boy or Girl receiving the second greatest number of votes
will be presented by MR. FRANK HOFFA an
Elegant Gold Watch and Chain,
IFIilch will be placed on exhibition at his store, 409 Seventh St. N. W.
13d Ninth StrootNortliwest
The above goods sell for $3.50
select your sizes, as
OYS MD cms
421 Ninth StrootNortliwest
all over the city. Call early and
they are going fast.
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