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THE SU.NDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNK 14, 1891.
Permits to build to tho following have
bcon issued by Inspector Entwistlo for tbe
week ending Juab 12
Six two-story and cellar brick bouses 17x82
feet for Wright &, Stockett on lots 11, A, and
B, square- 810, No. 401 to 409 G street north
cast, to cost $12,000.
Five two-story and cellar brick dwellings
18x82 foot for Wright & Stockett on lot 43 to
47, square 801, No. 033 to 043 F street north
east, to cost $12,000.
Four two-story and cellar brick dwellings 10
feet 0 inches by 8B feet for Mrs. M. J. Hunt on
lot 4, square 801, No. 400 to 400 E street
southeast, to cost $U,000.
Nine two-story frame dwellings 12x25 fee't
for A. 1). Hines on lots 1 and 2, block 22, Ish
envood, Nineteenth street, between Gales and
Bciiulngs Road, to cost $4,500.
One two-story brick dwclllug 10x20 feet for
E. K. Plnkney on lot 11, square 010, No. 72 O
street northwest, to cost $1,000.
Four two-story and basement brick dwell
ings 10x27 feet for James A. Hcalcy on lot 10,
square 529, No. 742 to 748 Third street north
west, to cost $12,800.
One three-story brick dwelling 20x35 feet
Tor Willa A. Leonard on lot Q, square 874,
No. 020 D street southeast, to cost 55,500.
One three-story and cellar dwelling 20x47
feet 10 inches for John A. Travis on lot 7,
square 900, No. 1003 East Capitol street north
east, to cost $4,800.
Three four-story brick and stono dwellings
10x90 feet for Theodore A. Harding on lots A,
B, and C, square 137, No. 1720, 1722, and 1724
1' street northwest, to cost $15,000.
Three two-story and basement brick dwell
ings 18x30 feet for M. C. McCarthy on lots 37
to 89, square 144, No. 404 to 403 Eighteenth
street northwest, to cost $7,000.
One two-story brick dwelling 15x30 feet for
-J. C. Tost on lot 44. squaro 497, No. 4C0 G
street southwest, to cost $3,000.
One two-story and collar frame dwelling
-10x32 feet for Uharles Ebel on lot , block ,
Seventh street road, to cost $3,000.
One three-story and cellar brick store and
dwelling 25x30 feet for LorenzooStelzle on lot
22, squaro 010, No. 1400 North Capitol street
northwest, to cost $5,000.
Two two-story and basement dwellings
13ix30 feet for W. H. Abbott on lot 9, square
881, Nos. 027 and 929 K street southeast, to
One three-story and basement brick dwell
ing 22x40 feet for L. D. Meliue ou lots 10 and
17, square 97, No. 1343 Twenty-first 6treet
northwest, to cost $0,000.
One three-story and cellar brick dwelling
17x45 feet for G. A. K. Steolc on lot 39, square
191, No. 1534 T street northwest, to cost$5,000.
One threL-story brick dwelling 20 feet 9
inches by 34 feet for W. A. Kimmel on lot 3,
squaro 550, No. 1182 New Jersey avemte'north--west,
to cost $5,000.
One three-story and cellar brick dwelling
10x20 feet for W. A. Kimmel on lot 3, square
550, No. 1127 Third street northwest, to cost
One two-story brick dwelling, 17x26 feet, for
James Smith on lot,,5lT squaro 580, No. 309
Carroll avenue southwest, to cost $800.
One two-story and basement brick dwelling,
18x36 feet, for H. N. Johnson on lot 18, square
815, No. 114 Fifth street northeast, to cost
Four three-story and collar brick dwellings,
19 feet 0 inches by 80 feet, for .Barr & Sanner
on lots 03 to 06, square 340, No. 1242 to 1248
Tenth street northwest, to cost $28,000.
Ono two-6tory frame dwelling and store,
18x47 feet, for Thomas H. Unsworth on lot 1,
block 4, TwinlgJOity, to cost $600.
Ono two-story brick dwelling, 16x28 feet,
lor Catherine McCarthy on lots 34 aad35,
square 499, No. 108 I street southwest, to cost
Two two-story and cellar brick dwellings
ior Absalom Kirby on lot 9, square 820, No.
403 i and 405 O street southeast, to cost $7,000.
Ono three-story and basement brick dwelling,
22x28 feet, for Allison Naylor.on lot 21, square
341, No. 146S Rhode Island avenue northwest,
to co6t $12,000.
Ono two-story frame dwelling, 16x20 feet,
for James P. riorcc,on Marlboro Road.to cost
Two two-story and cellar brick dwellings,
12x27 feet, for Margaret Bailey, on lot 15,
Bquaro 117, Nos. 1141 and 1443, alley, to cbst
Ono three-story and cellar brick dwelling,
22x37 feet 4 inches, for R. W. Henderson, on
lot 93, square 155, No. 1624 Seventeenth street
northwest, to cost $8,000.
One three-story and basement brick dwell
ing, 42 feet 0 inches by 80 feet, for Mrs. A. G.
Bell, on lot 30, equaiel37, No. 1331 Connec
ticut avenue northwest, to coat $31,000.
Two three-Btory and basement brick dwell
ings, 25x50 feet, for Frankland James, on lot
17, square 689, Nos. 227 and 229 New Jersey
avenue northeast, to cost $18,000.
One three-story and basement brick dwell
ing 90x75 feet for L. Z. 'Loiter on lot 1, square
135, Nos. 1500 New Hampshire avenue uorth
Tvest, to cost $125,000.
Nino two-story brick dwellings 10.17x80
ieetfor George P. Newton on lots 93 to 101,
jsquaro 981, No. 817 to 833, Inclusive, Eleventh
street northeast, to cost $25,000.
Pneumatic Mall Tubes.
Fornealy four years a company of capi
talists and engineers has continued experi
ments with a more and more improved com
bination of pneumatic tubes and electric ap
pliances intended to forward mail matter at
a rate of speed far exceeding that of the
fastest express trains. For short distances
cylindrical boxes, holding about 200 letters
apiece, can undoubtedly be shot along at the
rate of 120 miles an hour, and by means of a
system of quick transfer stations the transit
time from New Orleans to Philadelphia could
thus bo shortened to ten or twelve hours.
The establishment of an experimental line
between Philadelphia ind New York seems
an assured fact, and tho State of California
would And it a profitable investment to spend
a dozen millions in encouraging the invention.
The expenses of a trip to the west coast of
our Continent and tho irksomeess of a few
days' confinement in a railway car are, after
all, only minor considerations, and the cir
cumstance deterring most East Americans
from transferring their homes to the Pacific
Slopo is the delay in the mail communications
with tho Atlautic States, A Hue of pneumatic
tubes from Baltimore to San Francisco would
at once remove that objection.
The residence which "Waters & Thompson
are building for Mr. John A, Mayer, at 610
Eighth street northeast, Is about completed.
It is built of pressed brick, with stone trim
mings, is two stories In height with a cellar
beneath, and contains seven rooms. It is
supplied with electric lights and all modern
"Faust Beer" is pure,
MERRILL, TERRY & WHITE,
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, and INSURANCE,
I I 14 F STREET NORTHWEST.
North side M st, near Thomas Circle,
an , olegant 8-story residence, 12
rooms, 3 baths, every modern conve
nience, furnace heat, excellent 2
story brick stable and coach-house,
lot 24x122 to 80-foot alley. Price... $30,000
M st, near N. II. avo nw, a 3-story
brick, 10 rooms, bath and cellar,
fumaco heat, lot 20x75 to alley.
13th st, near S nw, 3-story brick . 9
rooms, bath, cellar, and all m i, lot
18x120 to 30-foot alloy. Rented $55
per month. Price 8,500
12th st nw. near N, a nearly now 3
story brick, 13 rooms, nil m i, cellar,
heated by furnace, lot 31x100.
., Me? 15,000
13th st, near Iowa Circle, a substantial
10-rootn brick, lot 22x110. Bargain
to a quick purchaser
Pa avc, near Scott Circle, 3-story and
basement brick, 10 rooms and bath,
furnace heat. Price 8.500
7th st bw, business property, 3-story
brick, 10 rooms, all mi, store-room,
largo lot,' well located, rented for
$45 per month
Cor 18th and Oregon sts, 87x63 $1 SO
Wyoming avc, Washington Heights 1 00
M st, near 13th, 24x90 to alloy 3 00
P st, bet 21st and 22d, 40x120 2 00
F st, near 20th nw; 20x120 to alley 2 00
G st, near 18th nw, 30x121 to alley 2 00
N st, near 21st nw, 25x120 to alley 2 00
Blrncy st, near 14th, 50x150 .. 1 00
University Place, facing Euclid ave 1 00
We have several choice lots in this beautiful subdivision at specu
OF ILL KINDS, CITY 11 COUNTRY.
We can .sell any desirable property at good1 prices. ' Don't
fail to send full description, terms, prices, location, etc., with
your permission to advertise, at our own expense, and we will
find you a customer and make no charge unless sale is made.
624: P STREET NORTHWEST.
"VERNON," that delightful subdivision situated 9 miles from
the Capital ou the main line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and
immediately adjoining Brauchville, (where nineteen trains stop daily,) has
been placed in my hands for sale, with instructions to give purchasers
the advantage of living in the country, as they should live, not on a lot
50x150 feet, but on a lot (nearly six times as large) containing 43,560
feet' or an entire acre. Streets have been laid off and plans made for
the erection of several handsome cottages.
.Vernon is high, dry, and healthy and commands a beautitul view
of the surrounding country.
We will offer this charming site, in lots of one acreeach, (43,560
.feej,). for $400; 25 cash, balance io per month, with 6 per cent, inter
est on deferred payments, or $350 cash.
Now is your opportunity to secure an acre of ground for the same
price that a lot would cost elsewhere. Buy and build a home or buy
for an investment. For further particulars call on
T. R. BROOKS, 616 12th Si. N. W,
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, AND INSURANOE. -
I st nw, near Franklin Park, 3-story
brick, 10 rooms, all m I, furnace
heat, southern exposure. Price
4th st, near E ne, now 2-story brick, 6
rooms and bath, $400 cash, $30 per
N st nw, 2 story and basement brick,
0 rooms and all m I, elegantly fin
ished in hardwood. Price.
G st ne, a cozy 2-story frame cottage, 7
. rooms, lot 40x100 to 30-foot alley.
N st, near 13th nw, 2-story frame, 7
rooms and cellar, rented for $30 per
month, lot 24x120 to alloy. Price
5th st nw, near N, 3-story brick, 9
rooms and all m i, furnaco heat.
Mass ave, near 3d ne, 2-Btory brick, 0
rooms and bath.- Price
Larch st, Lc Droit Park, a pretty 10
room brick house, rented for $35 per
3d st ne, near D, 2-story,brlck, 0 rooms,
bath and cellar, rented for $24.82 per
8th st ne, near 11, 32x116 75
G st ne, bet 11th and 12th 75
3d st ne, bet G and H 65
4th st no, bot L apd M, 18x100 05
4th st ne, bet K and L, 20x90 60
13th and D sts so 50
15th st, near Kenesaw ave, 40x110 50
3d st, bet M and N sts ne, 60x148 33
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3fUmtfcrSttgt Q3s53 3ffclsg.
GARDEN HOSE & REELS.
432 NINTH ST. N.W.
G. H. MAISAK,
Shop and Residence 717 Thirteenth st. N.E. .
REMODELING DEFECTIVE PLUMBING
EXPERIENCED WORKMEN EMPLOYED.
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY
J. R. QTFXNTER,
3- k. S FITTER,
1414 RHODE ISLAND AVENUE.
Lead Burning a Specialty.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
PERSONAL SUPERVISION GIVEN
k TO ALL WORK.
WORK WARRANTED TO GIVE SATIS
FACTION. No, 3027 M STREET.
GEORGETOWN, D. O.
GAS AUD STEAM FILTER
Job Work a Specialty.
429 EIGHTH STREET SOUTHEAST.
All Orders left at 615 8eventh street north
west will receive prompt attention.
HENRY McSHANE & CO.,
Plumbers', Steam and
! j?;ttAi.n t
N. E, COR. 12th AND C 8TS. N. W
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Tin, Copper, and Sheet-Iron
AND DEALER IN
Grates, Furnaces, Latrobes, Mantels,
HOR-AIR WORK A SPECIALTY.
PLUMBING and GAS FITTING
147 B STREET SOUTHEAST.
Gr. F. MeAVOY,
PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER.
No. 706 Fourteenth Street, between G
Street and Now York Avenuo.
DEFECTIVE PLUMBING ALTERED
On Perfect Sanitary Principles.
P. J. FINGLES
417 Eleventh Street N. W.,
PlumMng and Gas Fitting.
House Drainage and Ventilation.
Remodeling and Jobbing
Promptly Attended to.
.Benjamik C. Polb, Dr. Julian W. Dbanb,
President. Sec'y and Treas.
AMERICAN ENERGIZER MANUFACTURING CO
Works, Bennlngs, D. C.
Branch Office, 1416 F St.
All Orders for this Momentum Energlzsr
Machinery promptly attended to.
Great saving of FUEL, ELECTRIOITY.oc
GAS, or any MOTIVE POWER.
Electric Construction Co.,
609 Twelfth Street N.W.
Wo are In our New Store. Come and see us
ELECTRICAL SPECIALTIES ANDNOVe
TIES IN STOCK.
ANY AND ALL KINDS OF ELECTRIC
LIGHT MATERIAL. "
REPAIRING ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
T . A FEATURE.
BELL OUTFITS FOR AMATEURS A SPE-
. t CIALTY.
" etreat young experimenters well. Come in.
mvV1,0 cfceapestDry Battery In town. Only 85c.
Think of It. J
We are ready to wire your business places
and private residences for Electric Lights and
Bells. Architects aud builders will please
We sell the C. & t MOTOR, J to 50 H. P.
in stock. Over 1,000 motors In actual use.
Have you seen our new sign ? The finest in
the city. Forty tiny Incandescent lamps are a
feature of It.
Residents of Connecticut avenue and neigh
boring streets, do you know that we will be
ready to give you electric lights in a few
weeks ? Specifications and estimates given.
Remember, we are
BETWEEN F AND G STS. ON TWELFTH.
Washington Electric Construction Company.
lfS; PRDOE, C. W. MESSNER,
Electrical Engr. Manager.
TELEPHONE, 573-2. 609 13th ST. N. W.