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THE SUNDAY HHRALD, SUNDAY. MA.Y -4. 1890.
Its altitude of 300 to 400 feet
.above Washington insures free
dom from malaria, mosquitoes,
.and oppressive heat in summer.
Almost constant cool breezes
up Rock Creek valley afford
comfortable rest during the
hottest summer nights.
From the high plateau on
which the $200 lots are situated,
and from the high grounds, the
Washington Monument and
Soldiers' Home are visible, and
extended views of the sur
rounding country for miles in
every direction are presented.
Let Reason Decide Your Choice
Macadamized Avenues, Smooth, Compact, and Dry for Travel in All
Seasons ; Stone-Paved G-utterways, and wide Parkings, now
Bordered with Desirable Shade Trees.
The Only Village near Washington that presents these Advantages is
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Which, in addition, offers all the inducements held out to homeseekers and investors
by the other subdivisions on the Metropolitan Branch of the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad, the only desirable suburban outlet from the National Capital.
OBSERVE THE LIBERAL TERivIS
Large Lots, - - - - $200.00
Large Lots, - - - -Large
Lots, - - - -
AIjILi FOJEL 3SS.OO L lkOJSF'30'JE.,
ALiXj 'WCy'FL $5.00 J&. MOKTTH.
ONLY $5 IN ADVANCE. ONLY $5 !N ADVANCE
3XTo Interest. IKTo Interest.
Fourteen (14) trains daily
.stop at Garrett Park, which is
only 12 miles, whereas only
four (4) to nine (9) trains daily
stop at villages on other rail
roads out of Washington,
except on the B. & O.
system. Additional trains are
promised for the approaching
10 Per Cent. Discount for AH Cash.
33 Per Cent. Rebate if the Purchaser Builds.
For persons intending to invest in suburban property MONDAY, TUESDAY, and
WEDNESDAY, May 5, 6, and 7. Fop orders for tickets apply at the City Office,
No. 706 Eighth Street Northwest, just north of the Patent Office.
This liberal and unusual offer of FREE TRANSPORTATION is made for the purpose of
snowing Garrett Park s rare attractions, and m the confident belief that people 01 cultivated
taste will be certain to invest in this unequaled suburban location.
For DPlats and U'tix-tliei Information Call on 01 -A-dclvess
GEORGE H. BROWN, S. DAjSTA LINCOLN,
DPrcBicleivt 2Iclx'03olita,3 Iix-vestmcnt and Bviiltliiipr. Co. A-Ctlnp: Secretary.
SEE ADVERTISEMENT IN TO-DAY'S "POST."
Water and Shade.
Numerous springs of clear,
pure water abound in
the Park. Considerable por
tions of the 500 acres are wall
wooded with natural forest
TORE AND RES
A number of fine residences
have been erected in the Park,
and several more will be com
menced this spring.
A large and commodious
general store has been opened,
and post office and ticket,
freight, and express offices sup
ply the needs of the commu
A large and ornamental pa
vilion, with a capacity for about
two hundred and fifty persons,
has been erected near the prin
cipal spring for the use of resi
dents and visitors.
Several quarries have been
opened, which afford EXCEL
LENT STONE FOR IN
TENDING BUILDERS, AT
Col. Sam Strong, the famous litigant, died at
the residence of his brother, on Carroll street
southeast, on Monday evening, aged eighty-one
years. Col. Strong in early life was a mason
and contractor. He built tho foundations for
the Capitol extension, constructed a number ol
the sewers.of the city, and raised a largo number
of houses in Georgetown when the grades of tho
streets were changed. Out of this latter work
Col. Strong's litigation grew. Somo months ago,
in a dispute over fees with Gen. Butler, ho was
acoused of forgery and thrown into Jail for a
while. This broke down his health and spirits.
In his will he requests that the suits with Gen.
Butler be pressed.
Snyder & 'Wood. Tailors, 423 11th street N. W.
The Stars and Stripes will herealter iloat
over tho Howard University. Tho Hag was
raised on Monday, several hundred people wit
nessing the exercises, which consisted of tho
singing by tho students of a hvran composed by
Dr. Uiinkin. president of tho University, a short
address by Dr. Itunkin, an address by Mr. B. H.
Warner, tho recitation of a poem by Charles
Ford, and an oration by Henry Willison.
Drink Tannhauser beer. II. Benzler.
A largo majority of tho residents of South
Washington tire said to bo strongly in favor of
the Loe Htttlroad bill, which puts tho tracks of
the Baltimore and Potomac ltailroad on tho
squares between I and K streets south, and tho
passenger and freight depots in squares 578, 579,
and 581 south.
Drink Tannhauser beer. H. Benzler.
For correctness of style, fit, and llnish, seo
our stock ot men's clothing. Whether a $10 suit
or a suit for 525, it will please you. Eisoman
Bros., 7th and E.
No family should bo without a crato of It.
Tortner Brewing Co.'s celebrated beers.
Messrs. Wash B. Williams A: Co., auctioneers,
aunounco a mammoth Japanese art sale Tues
day, May 0, nt 11 -V. M. In this collection will
bo found old and modern Satsuma,Tyson,Tokio,
and lmarv porcelain ware, also ladies' silk dress
gowns, crupo silk shawls, etc.
Heurich's Extra Palo Lager. Ask for it.
Tho National Zotiloirlcal Park is now an ac
complished fact, as far as Congressional action
goes. The President signed tho bill to create
tho park on Wednesday.
The many friends of Frank M. Lewis, tho
Avonuo Jeweler, learned with regrot of his as
signment tho past week. Mills Dean is tho as
signee and preferences to tho amount of 820,
29U.25 aro given.
For completeness of assortment our children1
department takes tho lead. Seo those $2 suits.
Elsomun Bros., 7th and E.
Ono of tho Jollieet events of tho Bummer sea
son is tho annual reunion of tho California Pio
neers, which will bo hold this year on May 14 at
Marshall Hall, as usual.
Hourioh's Extra Palo Lager. Ask for it.
Mine. T. B. Harrison, of 1320 F strcot, will
display on Wednesday and Thursduy next, May
7 and S, a full selection of Imported bonnets and
hats, just received from her agents in London
Houso bill No. 8197. "To authorlzo tho Wash
ington and Western ltailroad of Virginia to ox
tend its tracks into and within tho District of
Columbia," has been returned by tho Coramts
sioneisto Congress. Thoy recommend adverse
action upon tho bill, and say that no steam rail
road should be permitted to skirt or otherwise
occupy tho reclaimed lands ot tho river front.
Tho best and purest beer in tho market is
Heurioh's Extra Palo Lager. Tho Arlington
Bottling Co., 27th aud K sts. n.w, Tel. 034-0.
Edward G. Nelson, a hotel thief who robbed
rooms in the National, Bolvedero, Howard
Houso, Metropolitan, Wiliard's, and Johnson's,
in this city, was arrested in Baltimore Tuesday.
Nearly all the property stolen hero was recov
ered by Detective Half.
Heurich's Extra Palo Lager. Ask for it.
The soventh annual reuulon of tho Washington
Alumni Association of tho Dolta Kappa Exposi
tion was held at Welokor's Wednesday evening,
when twenty-ono members enjoyed a banquet.
Now olllcerswero elected as follows: President,
t lion. Charles A. Russell; Vice President, F. W.
715 3VCJLK,2CE1T SPACE.
IIST WHITE .AJCSTDD OLA. Cli- .A.T
Our buyer has just returned from JVew Yor7c, where he bought an Tin
porter's Entire Stock of LEGIIOM2T HATS.
IVe offer these Hats to thepublic at greatly reduced figures from what
they can be purchased elsewhere.
JUDGE FOE YOURSELF.
Leghorns at 03c; worth $1.75. Leghorns at 03c.; worth $2.
Leghorns, Best Manilla Braid, at 03c.; worth $1.75.
Lenox LCill Leghorns at $1,75; worth $3.
OUTING JACKETS AND BLAZERS.
French Flannel Blazers at $3, $-1, and $4.50. Shirt Waists, $1, $1.50, $2.
French Flannel Blazers at $3, $!, and $1.50. Shirt Waists, $1,$1.50, $2.
E. A. STIEBEL, Proprietor.
Lantz; Treasurer, Thomas 11. Klrby; Secretary,
Dr. W. II. Hawkes; Executive Committee, Pro
fessor Qulnby, C. L. Dubois, and J. Q. ltice.
On Wednesday night Mrs, Lucy Monroe, a
colored woman, died iu this city at the alleged
ago of ono hundicd and fourteen years. She left
lour generations of descendants.
Snyder ic Wood, Tailors, 423 11th street N. W.
A new awning has been stretched across the
south portico of tho Executive Mansion for tho
benefit of tho of tho household who wish to en
Joy tho open-air concerts.
"Willis Peyton's Inheritauco," by Emily L.
Sherwood, Is tor sale at Morrison's, on F street,
near tho Ebbitt,
Tho Senate District Committee has ordered a
favorable roport on the bill to establish a free
public bathing beach on tho Potomac, beside tho
Washington Monument grounds,
Seo tho suits wo make to order from $20 up.
Elscman Bros., 7th and E.
Atrlduum in honor of tho Blessed Do La
Salle, founder of tho Christian Brothers, has
beonheld in St. Matthew's Church, ending to-day.
Seo tho trousers wo make to order from S5
up. Eisoman Bros., 7th and E.
Tho employing machinists and foundrymon
of tho city havo grauted the request of their om
ployfis for a nine-hour day without a reduction
of wages. D. A. No. CO, K. of L., have passed a
vote of thanks to the machinists and foundry
men. A lire which started Friday morning in tho
building corner of Seventh and D streets, occu
pied by Christian Ituppert, spread to the prem
ises of Fritz Freddoy, 043 D street, and W. H.
Yoorhotr, 411 Seventh streot, damaging the lat
ter two establishments badly.
nourich's Extra Palo Lager. Ask for it.
Hawkins and Williams, tho murderers who
wero to have been hanged at tho District Jail on
Friday, wero rospited by tho President until
Thursday, May 29.
The meetings of tho Array and Navy Auxil
iary, which aro held at St. John's Parish Hall,
will hereafter tako place on tho llrst Wednesday
of each month instead of Monday. Tho hour for
tho meetings of tho oxeoutlvo committee will bo
10:30 A. M.j for tho general meetings 11 A. M,
Tho Bull ltun Panorama Company hns is
sued invitations for tho Vonetlan;Troubadours'
concert Monday night.
Mr. J. Sheridan Elliott, of Terro Haute, Iud.,
who has been visiting his father, MaJ. Bon M.
Elliott, at 422 Third street northwest, during tho
post fortnight, leaves this week for Chicago to
engage in business,
Lovers of art will llnd a treat In store for
them at Thomas uowung's, auctioneer, Mon
day, Tuesday, and Wednesday, as there will bo
on sale tho above days a lino collection of
modern oil paintlnirs, representing tho French,
English, and American schools of art.
Tho Senate District Oommitceo ha9 rccom
m ended tho passugo of the bill authorizing tho
construction of a bridgo across tho Eastern
Brauch at Benuiug's road.
Ex-Governor N. G. Ordwav has been re
quested to sell to tho city of Warner, N. H., a
picco of property, corner of Main and Depot
streets, on which was tho old Kearsurgo Hotel,
tho slto being desired lor tho library building
which Hon. G. A. PUlsbury 'proposes to glvoto
-Snyder & Wood, Tailors, 423 11th street N. W.
Tho eight-hour question will bo presented iu
draraatio lorm at Lincoln Hall on Tuesday even
ing forthobeneiltof thoKnightsof Labor, whieh
will also bo tho title of tho play. Mr, D. O.
Bungs will tako tho loading part. Tho play is in
It will pay any ono to read Baum's adver
tisement m another part of this paper. It is not
necessary to go into details and Bpeak of tho bar
gains always ottered at this popular shopping
placo. Head and bo convinced for yourself.
On Wednesday afternoon. May 7. at 5 o'olook,
Messr3. Duurausou Bros, will sell at public aue
tlou lots 17 and 18, square 107, on Sixteenth street,
between L and M, being fifty feet f rout by depth
of ono hundred aud six feet. Seo advertisement,
Heurich's Extra Pale Lager, Ask for it.
A Novel and Successful Idea.
Since suburban property lias been at "fever
heat" our many enterprising real estate dealers
have introduced many novel ways of transport
ing prospectors to their respective subdivisions,
without cost to the prospector or purchaser.
Tho most novel, as well as enjoyable, was a
tally-ho party given by Mr. A. JE. Handle,
owner of Congress Heights, last week. The
following ladies were among tho party: Mrs.
D. 13. Culberson and Mrs. Joseph Abbott, of
Texas, Mrs. J. II. Uankhead and Mfss Mario
Baukhead, of Alabama; Mrs. W. II. Perry, of
South Carolina; Mrs. T. G. Skinner, of North
Carolina, and Miss Daisy Hampton, daughter
of Senator Hampton, constituting the Congres
sional delegation; also Miss Julia Nelson and
Miss Lucy Herndou, of Virginia; Mrs. A. M.
aud Miss Langllo, of North Dakota, and Mrs.
II. Tingle, of Maryland. The proximity of
this beautiful subdivision to Washington, and
the supei broads by which it is reached, makes
it one of the most deslrablo places arouud tho
city for a home.
Spring Sale of Oriental Art.
Tho exhibition preparatory to tho great rug
aud embroidery sale announced to take place at
the art galleries of KatclifTo, Darr it Co., auc
tioneers, 920 Pennsylvania avenuo northwest,
on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Satur
day next will begin to-morrow morniug and
continue tho following day. The galleries,
which are tho most pleasant and delightful, will
be seen on Monday in its most beautiful attire,
resplendent with all tho handy art work of tho
Oilent in beautiful, thick, heavy, and costly
camel's hair hall strips and rugs, magnificent
Persian carpets, the wonderfully woven
Bokhara rugs, from tho smallest to the largest,
richly colored Daghestan rugs of unique de
signs; tho antique rugs, whoso history if told
would mako a volume, and many other beautl
ful;objectsof Oriental art, tastefully draped and
displayed Iu a manner that would do justice to
tho Sultan himsalf. Tho embroideries, too, aro
most exquisite, tho variety being largo and rare.
A Homing li?eon Ilaeo.
Tho first race of the Federation of Homing
L Pigeon Fauciers, will tako place to-day from
Orange, Va., an air-lino distance of seventy-flvo
miles, for tho handsome scarf-pin donated by
Messrs. Volet it Haas. Birds from thn
f following lofts will enter; B. F. Miller, Georgo
iv. runups, Baniuei wauaco, .Lewis ruruor,
Harry Sillhauseu, Andrew G. Glovins, II. C.
Hile, L. A. Schraid, J, II. Stockman, W. L.
Bishop, and George It. Stebbins. Tho timers
will meet at tho Federation room to-day at 1
o'clock and get the correct time from Mr. Frank
Hcamer, the counter-marker. At 7:30 this
evening the prize will bo awarded to the lucky
wlnuer by tho president of the Federation.
Murdered in Their Beds.
lUr.TiMOHE, May 3. Mrs. ;Sarah Blauoy, a
widow, aged seveuty-sovou years, and her
daughter Carolluo, residing at 1035 Greonmount
avenue, wero found murdered iu their beds this
morning. Their skulls had been crushed with
a blunt instrument. William Blaney, a grand
son of the old lady, has been arrested, and tho
police are hard at work ferreting out tho facts
of tho caso, Robbery is supposed to have been
tho motive for tho crime.
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In another column appears as remarkable
and well-deserved a testimonial as any teacher
ever obtained from a class on the closing of a
course, It demonstrates clearly that merit will
aud must be appreciated where it cau make itself
felt. We cordially congratulate Professor
Colliore, aud wish him continued success.
Drluk Tannhauser beer. n. Benzlor,
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