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, EDUCATIONAL.
\*ta9hin<;t<'n \t a demy oftelwraphy
? only school ?.f the kind her*. A special inrt
tatlon to all to see the met hud by which you can
oon team a profession. 214 id st. s.e. JV-t? In*
ART.?I WILL TAKE A SI* MM KB CLANS AT
w :ishingion in ' mi-door sketching, beginning ot
the 15th June. A4diVi< me at IWOl Harewood ave.
Lm lJTf.it park W. V. UIHSKY, Artist. je2-:Jm
>r-?)R\vfV)i? INSTITUTE ui'j ANI> 1214 n
I near ll'h ?t. Circle? Select Hoarding School fol
young iadtea. >w*aoni s5-so open* s?*pt. 30. Early ?p
{)li<aiion necessary, as numoer of boarders will belitnted.
myl2
0 within <\ shortlifktks mi:i>ia acai>
wuy admit* and classifies young n.? n and boys al
uiytime. send f.?r circular*. sWlTlllS C.SHORT
LIlw-K, A.M., (Harvard CollegeGraduate, Media, Pa
niytM>ui
rj^llfc. BERLITZ ac-11OOL OF LANOUAUESt
JL AT
723 14th st. n. w., CITY,
' WILL REMAIN OP EX ALL SIMMER;
also SUMMER SCHOOL at
PLYMOUTH. MASH.
1/kl 4 17TH >TREET~ BETWKEX K AXD L.
1 " ' 1 T FREXt'H I.tiSHOSS. Parisian pronunciaron.
Natural method. Summer classe* now orRn:/MiK.
children's classes during vacation at W a.m,
I vute tuition ifdesired. M'LLK V. PRUDTIoMME
Pr. tr d- Krancais. api-V-'m
S~~Ii<>RTIIANI> ? REGULAR CLASB NSttOm
every evening. Private lessons a specialty. All
hrrtiiaii'l books and publications constantly on hand,
an<l exeptlonal opportunities for learning the art are
r.ftered at WASHINGTON PHONOGRAPHICHEAD
QI'artkrs. i>j7 i st. n.w. anl
HCS1NFSS kia? ATiON K >H Yol'NG AND
nibMlr-afed men and women. Spring arid summer
sessions of the Spencerian Buiness Colleire, cor.
Irii and I> st*. n. \v. Rapid writing, bookkeeping,
rapid i-alculations. English lan*'i;?ge, stenography,
tne-Wfttms, ctc., iWoa(hij tengM. Tuition: Year,
from date ot en train e. -lay or nigh l. $50: three months,
day, ? ??: night, $14: one month, day. -ST. night. S5.
Kapkl writing. ouly 12 les-ons, S3. Call or send for
Circulars. ll'h.NRY SPENCER, Principal: SARA
A. 81*K.NCER. Vice Principal. mh28
"\ f I? A MY I. F A VITT7 OF BOSTON. URA1>
f atji uate and certified examiner of the New England
Cr>n*ervau?rv. hann technique, harmony and voice
culture, lot2 loth st n.w. d?
JE-'SC'II FI I Of!' ;.\ MST.TKAt'HKR OF PIANO
and ViK AL MUslC. Particular attention to beginners,
as well as those wishing to be utiailfled for
Prtujmers or Teachers. Terms$12. 734 I'2th st. u.
J w. aps-ev3m*
The civilskrvit-f: institute,
4116 Pennsylvania ave. n.w.
Select civil >. rvice Library:
Practical Civil Service studies; and
Thorough Civil service l?ri!l:
TUESDAY.1111 RsDAY AMiS.VTCRDAY EVENING>.
Hours from 7 to 0 p.m
Terms reasonalile. Ja22-20w*
I" 3RIVATE I.l ssoNs IN ALL GRADES of
tudv; to ailults cc>ntl<lential: prepares for college
Annapolis. West point, all examinations.
IVY INST1T l"Ti:.s.w. corner Mb and Ksta.n.W.
Maihemaiical. (. ia-vsuai, RuHines*.
S. W. FIA'XX, A. M.
Evening classes, $3 and $."> a month. oc29
potomac kiver boats.
IOV PARE TO NORFOLK?STEAMER JAK1
A Mf?s!.Ll"^ leaves t'th st. wharf, Washington.Monday,
Wednesday au<l Saturday, at 5U>U p. m. Firstclass
Fare. s>i. Round Trip $1.50. ap4
j^aily' line To Norfolk and fortress
MONROE,
STEAMERS GEORGE LEARY AND EXCELSIOR,
COMMENCING MAY 0, 1883.
One of these popular steamers will leave 7th street
wharf Daily, except spsday, at 5::{4> p. m.
For psrticitlars inquire at ' oinpaay's office, 7th
street whart Telephone No. 74.V3.
uiy.Y W. P. WELCH. General Agent
J^OR POTO M A CM V ER LAN L? IXUS.
XEW IROX STEAMER "WAKEFIELIT
Leaves 7th-street wliarf on MONDAYS, THURSDAYS
and SATURDAYS at 7 a.m Returning
Tl'tSDAYS, >K11?.VYS and tsUXDAY' p.m., touching
at River ljtiidiugs as tar as Xomini creek,
l urrioutan. Va.; >t. i lemeuut' Bay and Leonardtown,
Md. Connects with is. A o. R. 11 at shepherds. See
schedule. JOHN B. PADOETT, Agent.
_ C. W. RIDLEY, Manager. apll
BIRECTTO N l-.W Y obk?FREIGHT STEAMF-RjsJOHN
idHfjt.tN and K C. knight leave
Pier 41. Flast R.ver. N. Y'., every >ATt lil>AY" at -4 gl
m.: rtth su wharf, Washington, every VKUXESDAl
MoRXINO. F reight at lowest rati-s. ^ ap4
#XW/TOMAC TKAXSPORTATION UNJt
STEAMER SUE
CAPT. W. C. G tXMill KOax.
will resume the route between BALTIMORE AXD
WASH 1NGTON. stopping al River Landings, leaving
Stephenson's wharf 4 D.m. Sl'Nl?AY, March 15.
River h'reiirht received SATl'KDAYS OXLY, and
must be prepaid.
f All accommifiations first-class. Applvto
STEPHENSON BRO., 7*tb st. wharf.
Office:?12th st. and Pennsylvaniaav. n.w. mhll-tim
L-TEAMHi MATTANO I.KAYKM 7T H-STRKF,T
to wharf Toesd.iys, Thursdays and Sundays, at 7
o'clock a.m., for River Landings as far as 'Mattoz
Creek, returning on Wednesday, Friday and Monday
alWmuona. For intormaiion apply to
o. 1_ stlli^RlFF, 1114 Pa. ava n.w^
Or to
mh? G. T. JONF-S. Agt., 7th-st. wharf.
^T. VERNON! MT. VERNOX1
STE AMER W. W. CORCORAX
Leaves 7th-street wharf daily (except Snndar") for
Mt Vernon at 10 o'clock a. m.; returning, reaches
Washington about p. m.
se!6 L. L. B^AKE. Captain,
{steamers. .
^IVSAKD LIJtE.
NOTICE
i.axe route.
THE CUXARD STEAMSHIP COMPAXT, LIMITED,
BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL.
CALLING AT CORK HARBOR.
PROM PIER 40. N. B., NEW YORK.
SntVlA Sat.,June 13 SKRVlA Sat., Julv 11
G Ail.IA Sat.. June JO Oallia Sat., July IS
At' Ran I a Sat., June 27 A ram* Sat.. July
Etrl ria .Sat., July 4 Etkl-ria Sat, Au*. 1
AND EVERY SATLRDAY FROM NEW YORK.
RATES OF PASsA'. E?Cabin?#80, SSO and ^lOO,
according to accommodations.
Steerage at very low rates. Steerage tickets from
Liverpool and Queeustown and all otner part* of Europe
at lowest rates.
Through bids of laden given for Belfast. Glasgow,
Havre. Antwerp and other ports on the Continent,
and for Mediterranean ports.
For freight and passage apply at the Companv'a
office. No. 4 Bowling t.reen. or both steerage and
labia to OTIS BluELOW A CO., ?OS 7ih street.
Waabinirton. D. C.
VERNON H. BROWX A CO., Xew York.
Messrs. OTIS BIGELOW <? CO,
_ je? tJu5 7th street, Washington.
WHITE STAR LINE-MAURY ROUTE ~
Uuited States and Royal Mail Steamers, for
<4ueenstown and IJverpooL
BRITAXXIC Saturday, Mav 30. 6:30a.m.
CELTIC.,, Saturday, June 6. 11 am.
OK KM A NIC Saturday, June 13,4 p.m.
ADRIATIC Saturday, June 20. noon.
From White >:ar iNs'k. loot of west 10th st.
Baku -saloon, ? *>. S->so. Return tickets on
reason ah ie term*. Ste?Tage at low rates. Intermediate
i Adriatic only . &! "?.
l For insp?ciion oi plans and other information apply
at the Company's' (rtict-s. 37 Broadway, New Y'ork,
or to ulr.l > W. M< ?s. Agent Adams Kxpress Co., 225
\ PennsyiTama avenue northwest. ap25-s.tn.th-3m
C' ENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COM PAX Y
Bktwkkn -Ntw York and iiavu
.Company's pier. No. 42 North River, toot of Morton
Street. New Y urk.
bt- Laurent.de J oil-^el In. W ednesday, June 10.3 D.m.
.'.menque. Santelll, \\ tslnesday, June 17. y a.m.
St. Sinn md. Iniraiid. Wednesoay. June 24 3 d rn.
l?iinde. Rixlrigues. Wedues?lay. Julv 1, 7 a.ni.
Checks payabi- on si^ht. in amounts to suit," on the
Banana Transatlanticue of Pans. Lol'lS !>E BEBIAN,
Ag?-nt. No. ?i B> 'vhng Green, New Y'ork
Me*ar> BELL A < O., Ag. nL- for the District of
Columbia, 14o . Peonsyivania avenue.
>t4
Washington, D. C.
^^anctal.
I^iUXCE iJC HITELY.
stock brokers.
64 Broadwav. i ..
ls?j Fifth avenue,) ^ ork.
539 15th str^-vt Corcoran Building . Washington.
PRIVATE STOCK TELEGRAPH WiltS
WASHINGTON. BAI.TIMWKE philadelphia
new YORK, Bo-TON. Ac< '
iKXtKAl. PaBTNEBM.
Jamka Whitcly, 11. t klokr Oaklet.
Maynard C. Ktee.
H>SRY II. 1ji>o?i:, Washington, Di C.
Wili.uk R. Thavkik, Special I'urtner.
Buy aud sell on coniiuLvnou all classes of RaiTwav
Bacuriuet. *
H. H. DODGE Resident Partner.
Quotations of stocks and Bonds and information regarding
the markets rtceaed through our wires lu autiv.
direc t from the New Y ork stock Exchange
Alt orders execnt--d and reported promptly. j*l
" u n p erta k ers.
Tf> CAIN d: LXi..
w . I'NDERTAK ERS,
loll ,thst., l>etwteu Nt? York ave. and L St. n.W_
U A-HINliTON. 1>. C. je-4
vWl KU ^rKXISHIXO I'SDW
9j Taker and PRACTICAL embalmer.
1.2tt Peunsy Ivania aw n.w Terms uuslerate and
very th.i.g Jlrsis-laas. Telephone mil ioa-li m> 21
f AMI? belle w". ~
k O INUFBTAKER.
Corner of O st. and New Jersey ave. n.w. Personal
* to all details olTuiierall iSo
j > w. barker.
UNDERTAKER AXD PRACTICAL EMBALMER,
(graduate of 1HS4 < "a?s of the Cincinnati School for
Embalming: C. M. Likens, M.D., Principal:
J. II. Ciark. Demonstrator;
t>l- liln street uorLUwem
Telephone cull WT 4 oc24
John r. wright" ?
t# VKL-kktakkk A.\f> FI XKRAI Tmrkcto*
13^7 loth stre?ft uorthwesu
Telephone '.alt ;oo ^10
rpHE ytrointa midlanu railway.
THJS short LINE TO the south axd
SOUTHWEST.
Schedule in efTts-t May 10.18H5.
11:15 A. M. NEW oRI.EANs FAST MAIL dally,
making cl?* o. tti:e tioi.i South and Southu>-at
daB>. except Sutala/, with C. and O. Railway. Pulluau
sleeping Buffet cari from >ew Y'ork antl Washington.
to Atlanta. i*uiliuan Sleeping cars from
- ".aahington to New Oi ieans w ithout i hanae of cars.
FAST LINE Pally via
lo 1 '' ciiinati. Louisville and all Western
Points. Puiliaan Sle^-piuK tars, Waahiuytwu to
JUailav lilt-.
10:40 P. M.?SOUTHERN MAIL AND KXPREW
iMiIy to ai< .x>uth ut.d via DunTllle
and Charlotte. Pullman Sleeping cars from
W aslnunlon to Aiiunt*. MuuViiiuery and Selnia.
Parlor ?-ars Mo;il^-)ii!t ry to ,\Orle.'.ns. Pullman
ieeperti from \\ vuuixiou via Charlotte and Colun>bia
to Augusta.
Manassas Division Train leave Washington at 4:15 tx
bl daily, ext-ep. Sunday.
Warrenton Tra ns ;e!lVe Washington at 11-15 am
rKj and p.m. dally.
Trains arrive in W ashington-. am., Southern
\ Express, daily: s:?5 a.m . -trashurg local, daily except
Sunday .ot.'j p.m.. N-w ort ansFaat Mail <ladyMV
p.m.. Looisvil.e -f^si;,l. dad*.
For ticke's and .aformattvii n^uire at Company's
Office, ?Oi l*et:n jlvania aVvnu-. Tlalns leave Iroui
Rand p. (Haiion.
m. slaC?ill ? ER. x. MAC'DaXIFL.
Geo. Pass Ag> nt. Aaeht.
k/? SOU BAAS,Traffic Manager.
b. ^'
AUCTION SALES.
i rCTLEK PAXi.
i J^UWCANSON BROS., AttcUooHK
; SALE OF PUBLIC HAY SCALES.
OFTIC* OF THE t.N?lNS?H COKMWIO.vn,
' WtiHiNOTuX, D.C., June Sth, 1885.
On MONDAY, JUNETWENTY-NINTU. 1885. at
the respective locations, I shall offer for sale, to the
highest bidder, the exclusive right and privilege of
: umi.z the several District Hay Scales, from July let,
1 1SS5, to June 3Uth, 18S8. for the purpose of weighing
j hay. straw, fodder, oats in the straw and live stock, at
the following places and time, to wit:
.No. 1? situate*I opposite the post office, Uniontown,
; I). C., at 1 KN O'CLOCK A. M,
1 No. situated on 7th street southeast, between 1
street aud ueorgia avenue, at ELEVEN O'CLOCK
A. if. w
No. 3-situate^ on 10th street northwest, near Louisiana
avenue, ut TWELVE O'CLOCK M.
No. 4-situated at the corner of 9tb street and
Rhode Island avenue northwest, at ONE O'CLOCK
P. M. __
No. 5?Situated on Prospect street, between High
aud Market streets, Georgetown, D. C., at TWO
O'CLOCK P. M
No. 6?situated at the Intersection of Boundary and
- TI st reels northeast, at HALF-PAST THREE
O'CLOCK P. M.
No. T-Situated at Brightwood, D. C, at FIVE
O'CLOCK P. M.
Parties purchasing will be required to comply with
> the provisions of the act approved Jane 'Ann, 1872,
and entitled "Au act regulating the sal* of bay.
J Terms: Cash.
By order of the Board of Commissioners D. C.
G. J. LYDECKER,
Major of Engineers.
JeS-flt Engineer Commluoner D. C.
. rjpHOMAS DOWLINO, Auctioneer.
TKU8TEET? SALE OF VALUABLE BUTLPINO
Lt>TS CORNER OF ELEVENTH STREET
EAST, FRONTING LINCOLN PARK,
By virtue of two deefe of trust, recorded Insaa
Liber 1.U97. folio 42, etseq., and folio 46, et seq.,^F
of the land records of the District of Columbia.^*
the undersigned, at the req-iestof tbe party secured
thereby, will sell at public auction, in front of the
premises, on MONDAY, the EIGHTH DAY OF
JINK, 1BS5, at HALF-PAST FIVE P.M., all of Lots
S and tt, in Stephen Flanagan's recorded subdivision
of square 98s, as recorded in Liber R. W., folio 78, In
the Surveyor's office of the District of Columbia.
Terms of sale: Cash: $100 to be paid at time of accepting
bid. Right reserved to resell within ten days if
terms of sale are not complied with. All conveyancing
at expense of purchaser.
HORACE S. CUMMING8. Trust**.
JET-THE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED UNTIL
THURSDAY, JUNE ELEVENTH, on account oftb*
rain. Same hour and place. By order of the trustee.
JeS-dts
rpiioti. J. FISHER A CO..
X Real Estate Auction**!*.
PEREMPTORY SALE OFTJOOD BUILDING LOT,
17th STREET, BETWEEN L AND M
STREETS NORTHWEST.
On THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE
ELEVENTH, 1886, at FIVE O'CLOCK, In front of
the premises, we will sell at auction a part of sub lot
8, sq. 1H3, fronting 27 feet on 17th street, with a depth
of MX) feet, with public alley on side.
Also at SAME TIME AND PLACE a stable lot in
rear of above, lot 2S ft. 1 In., by 27 ft
Terms: One-third cash. Balance lu 6 and 12 months
months, secured by deed of trust.
THOS F, FISHER <* CO.,
j6-d<ftds Auctioneers.
^PIANOS AND ORGANS. ,
ECKER BROS'. PIANOS, BURDETT ORGANS,
and other tirnt-classinstruments. Piano,**.* rvrjj \
Tuning and repairing at CKJL jKUHN'S^^y^f^|
AROAINS IN PIANOS.
One 7-octave W.Knabe A Co.Plano.f IT^ffpW# ,
?ne8%?-octave New Yor* Piano -100* I ? I'
One tJ-octave Raven A Bacon Piano ?_.$40
One 7-octave Steinway A Sons' Piano. 276
Luree assortment ot new Pianos and Organs constantly
on band. EDWARD F. DROOP. 1
Late W. G. METfcEROTT <ft COl, |
9*25 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
?o!<> Agent for Steinway A Sons', G abler. Grove- <
stein, Wheelock, and other Planoa. JeO
K K NN N A BBB EES
KK NNN AA B B E
KK NNN A A BBB EE i
K K NNN AAA B B K <
K K ft NN A A BBB EEK i
PIANO FORTES, !
UNEQU A LED IN TONE. TOUCH.WORXyM^m I
M ANSH1P AND DURABILITY. '
i
SECONDHAND PIANOS
AT ALL PRICES, FROM 950 UPWARD.
PIANOS FOR RENT. j
WM. KNABE 4c CO., j
817 MARKET SPACE. j
my29 1
Emerson I*ianos, !
OVER 36,000 NOW IN USE. '
A thoroughly first-class and reliable piano at a <
medium price. j
STECK A CO. AND BAUS A CO. PIANOS. |
Pianos and Organs exchanged, repaired, tuned, ]
boxed, and for rent. Rent applied if purchased. '
Best and most complete assortment of 5c. music in j
the city. ,
HENRY KBERBACH. ]
915 F street,
m29 Managing Partner of the lata Arm of Kills A Co.
Tremendous Sacrifice j
nrTfl y
SECOND-HAND PIANOS AND ORGANa
7H Octave Weber Square Piano _ f 180
Elegant 71a Octave Boston Made Piano 175
7 OctaveGaehle A Co. Piano .......... 100
7H Octave Grovesteen and Fuller Piano 115
fil, flrli.v? Xiintu J- 1-l.rlf Ptinn , 65 j
7 Octave Chlcfcering Piano 110 |
Superb Walnut Case, 12 Stop Organ. ~ _ 75 1
b Stop Organ. 6 feet high [ 40 ,
5 Octave Organ. 2 Stops - ,,, 20 ,
Walnut Case, 6 Octave Organ 15
Any of the above mentioned Instruments will be 1
sold &t these extraordinarily low figures either for i
cash or on monthly payments of 95 and $10 per (
month. ,
SIDNEY T. NIMMO. '
my21 4113 7TH STREET NORTHWEST. \
HALLET. DAVIS A CO.'S UPRIGHT GRAND ,
PIANtJS.? Sacrifices and bargains In my very :
choice stock of Pianos, If sold this mouth. :
my? H. L. SUMNER, 811 9tb St. n.w. '
XXkinekamp Pianos i
I
Are Unsurpassed fbr Fine Workmanship, Brilliancy
of Tone and Extrsm* Durability. *
Old Pianos taken in exchange and full value allowed. j
Lowest Prices and Easy Monthly Payments: 4
BRANCH FACTORY WAREROOMS. '
ap21 422 9th Btreet 1
(t, L, WILD <fe X3RO.,
7oO 7th street northwest, sole agents f"r ?j r?n
the STIEFF and KRANICH <fc BACH Pl-g yf/j
ANOS and Gally's WouderftU Self-playing* I * If
instruments. Several bargains on easy termsin Pianos i
and organs which have been used. Pianos and Or- 1
gaus lor rent, tuned aud repaired. JalO t
IjS^njEMEn^goodsT" i
Shirts To Order. i
i
? P.F.'NFORCED SHIRTS to Order tor $9 00 ?
6 PLAITED BOSOMS to Order tor ... 12.00 1
THE LATEST STYLES IN COLLARS. CUFFS |
AND NECK WEAR.
& a ELLERY, ,
1112 F street northwest t
COT.I.ARS and CUFFS LAUNDRIED tor 2c. each. ^
nihil
tF UST I^ECEIVED?
A Large Line of NECKWEAR, fbr 60c., TBcl and$L J
Full Line of Fall and Winter UNDERWEAR, at ?
k)??bt prices. <;
Large Line of DRESS SHIRTS constantly on band
CHARLES HYATT, Proprietor. THOMPSON'S
SHIRT FACTORY, f
a
818 F street northwest f
s?00 Opposite Patent Offica ]
? . .. t
IiuBY-s Royal JGtldino. a
C
READY FOR INSTANT USE. \
"Rich as gold leaf and wondrouslv cheap."?Herald. 1
This splendid Gilding Is the exact color of English j
Sterling Gold. It is very easily applied with a brush, r
and may be used by the most inexperienced. It dries J
hard In a few moments and presents a surface of rich
hammered gold. t
FOR HOME USE. I
RUBY'S GILDING to valuable tar Gilding Household
Ortiameuts. Furniture, Frames, Cornices, tins i
kets. Fans, l>ecorative Painting, Ac.
A Uimct'i Hair Srutfi in Such Box. \
Any one can us* it Price 60 Cents. t
Ask for RUBY'S GILDING. Refuse ail substitutes. ]
Sold by all Dkaijcb* in Ait Material*. <
NEW YORK CHEMICAL M'F'O CO., 1
my9*o2m New York.
XVeep AXanufacturing Company. .
437 SEVENTH ST. N. W.
HEADQUARTERS FOR SHIRTS AND MX2T8 .
1LKNISH1NG GOODS. j
Keep's C. C. Shirts,six tor ?4 SO. or 75c. Mch.
Kevp K shirts, six for 88. or Si e? k
Keep's K K Shirt*, six tor 87.50, or $1.26each.
AU Auiy reiuiorceU, finest workmanship, per (bet
fitting.
KEEPS SIIIRT8 MADE TO MKASURX.
Only our quality?the Very BesL Six tor $iu. Satisfovuou
ffUkrwiteWl
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN NECKWEAR, UNDERWEAR,
FANCY HALF HOSE, HA NUKE'S,
St SPENDERS, KID tiLOVKS. Ac. Ac.
BEST 5oc. AND 75c. JEAN DRAWERS LK THE
SPECIAL SALE OF TRAVELING BAGS AT 36
Per Cent Below Market Prices.
KEEPS COLLAR? AND CUFFSl
Collars, latest styles. Best 4-ply. 8 for OOc.
CuRH, Latest Styles Rest 4-ply, 'iic. per pair.
Buy Keep's (iooda and save 2o per c*nt oa your purOLIVER
P. BL'RDETTE.
487 7th st. u,w.
sole Agent for the Dtotrtct of Oohuuuia. apSSHMa
AUCTION SALES.
THIS AFTER*OOM.
-pvUNCANSON BROS.. Auctioneers.
CHANCERY HALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVE!
AND UNIMPROVED PROPERTY <?N *
STREET, I STREET. SIXTH AND SKVENTI
STREET^ NORTHEAST.
By virtue of decree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, passed April 19th,
1883. In the cm* of John H. Ketcham et at vn.JUfl
the President and Directors of the Georgetown C oileg.
et al.. No. 7.897. Eauity Docket 21. ^aroderand bj
virtue of a deed of trust, duly recorded In Liber No
688, folio 2, of the land records of the District o
Columbia, the undersigned trustees will offer lor sale
In front ofr the premises, on TUF>DA\ , the NINTl
DAVOr JUVK.A. D. lteo.at FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.
the following pieces of real estate, situated In the cit:
of Washington, to wit:
Lots numbered forty-tour (44), forty-five (46), fifty
tour (54), fifty-five (56), fifty-six (66), flfty-?even
(671,sixty-eight (6S), sixty-four (64), sixty-five (66
aud sixtv-slx (60), of Moses Kelly's subdivision o
square eight hundred and fifty-seven (851). as re
corded InLiber J. hT K., folio 3, in the surveyor'i
Low numbered seventy-two (72^seventy-three '73)
sevety-four (74), seventy-eight (78), seventy-nine (,9
and eighty (SO), of Cbapoell's subdivision of certait
lots oiTCelly's subdivision, recorded in Liber J. H. K.
folio 123, in the surveyor s office, with the improve
menu, consisting of brick dwelling houses.
Lots numbered twenty-eight (28), twenty-nine f29)
thirty-eight t3S). forty-six (46), iifty (50), flfty-on<
(61 i.sixtv (60), sixty-one (61), sixty-seven (6 ^.seventy
(70)", seventy-five (75), tweuty-six (26), twenty
seven (2.), thirty-four (34),thirty-six (36>. thirty-ni*<
(39), forty-two (42), forty-three (43), lilty-two (52)
filty-three (63), sixty-two (63), sixty-three (63). twen
tv-one (21), thirty (30). thirty-one (31). thirty-threj
(33), thirty-Sfven (3,) forty-seven (47). forty-eight
(4b)! forty-nine (49), fifty-eight (58), fifty-nine (69.
and sixty-nine (69), of Kelly's aforesaid subdivision o:
square numbered eight hnndr?Kl and fiftv-scven (Soi.)
These Lois or so many as may be necessary to paj
the debt mentioned in ihe decree, will be sold In sep*
rate parcels, and In the order named above, and th<
sale will l>e continued from day to day until sum
civnt number of lots have been Bold to satisfy tn?
debt*
Terms of sale: One-third (*%) of purchase monej
pavable In cash and the balance in two equal install
ments at one and two years, for which the notes of tins
purchaser, bearing six per cent interest, and secured
bv deed of trust on the prenilses,shall be given. A
deposit of $25 on each Lot bid off will be required,
All conveyancing at purchaser's cost. If terms of salt
are not complied with within ten days from time ol
sale, the Trustees reserve the right to resell at purchaser's
risk and cost.
CHAS A. ELLIOT. Trustee. .
408 5th street northwest:
H. D. COOKE, Trustee.
1429 F Street northwest,
mv22-d<ftds Washington, D. C.
rjlHOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
PART OF LOT No. 138, LOCATED ON NORTH
SIDH OF SECOND SsTREET, GEORGETOWN
D. C., AT AUCTION.
On TUESDAY, JUNE NINTH, 1885, at SIX?fc*
O'CLOCK F. M., I will oflfer for sale, on the prem-Wj*
ses, the west part of I<ot No. 1:$8, in Beattv ""
Hawkins' addition, formerly the property ufZachariah
M. Offutt, fronting on the north side of 2d street
24 feet, and running back 140 feet deep to a ten-foot
wide alley, with the privilege of the alley and rii,-ht ol
way along the eastern part of ihe Lot to 2d street.
Terms: One-hair cash: balance in six months, with
Interest, or all cash, at option of purchaser. Je6-dAda
TO-MORROW.
rjUlOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
SIXTY THOUSAND CIGARS. ONE CRATE OF
ENGLISH STONE CHINA, FIXE ASSORT
M ENT OF DECORATED TOILET WARE, TEA
SETS, ICE JUGS, Ac.
On WEDNESDAY. JUNE TENTH. 188o. a1
TWELVE O'CLOCK, at my auction rooms, I shall*, ell
a splfendid line of Cigars, Crates of English Stone
China, Decorated Toilet Ware ami other goods.
The attention of the trade aud private buyers Ie
railed to this sale. Je8-2t
rrTHOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
IjiUSTEES' SALE OF VA LIT ABLE IMPROVED
PROPERTY IN THE CITY OK WASHINGTON,
1). C., BEING No. 607 E STREET NORTHWEST.
The undersigned Trustees, by virtue of a deed
of trust, dated the 9th day of October. A. D.1870, wa
duly recorded in Liber No. 8:11 , folios 470, et
seqr. of the 1-and Records of the Histrict of Columbia,
by the written direction of the holder and owner of the
fl"bt and note secured thereby, and by authority of an
order of the Supreme C ourt of said District of Columbia,
passed on the 14th day of .May, A. D. lbSo, in
2au.se No. 5,b90. Equity Docket No. 17, will, on WEDNESDAY.
the TENtH DAY OF JUNE, 1885, at
FIVE O'CLOCK P. M..in front of the premises sell,
tt public auction to the highest bidder, all those certain
pieces or parts of lots ol ground --ituate and being
In the cltv of Washington, D. C., and known as parts
i>f lots nuiubered two <2). thirteen 113), and fourteen
[14),In square numbered lour hundred and elality?lgbt
(4KM), and described as follows: Beginning at tlie
Mnitlieavl^-epriier of said Lot two (2), and running
thence waft on North E street twenty-six f.*et two
Inches 10-ftie public alley, thence north along the line
?f said ali^y, one hundred aud thirty-four feet two
inches, thwice east twenty-six feet two Inches, and
thence soutn one hundred and thirty-four feet two
iuchesto E street, and the point of beginning, with the
large three-story and basement dwelling aud other
improvements thereon. /
'lernis of sale: one-fourth cash, and the balance in
three equal installments, payable in one, two and
three years from tlie day of sale, with interest thereon,
it six per cent |>er annum, payable quarterly, and for
jvhich the purchaser's notes, secured by a deed of trust
?n the premise*, will be taken, or the whole purchase
money may be paid in cash. A deposit of si-'OO will
ie required at the tune of sale. All conveyancing and
recording at the purchaser's cost. If tlie terms ofsaioiire
not complied with in ten days from tli? day of sale, the
trustees reserve the right to resell tlife premises after
live days notice in the Evening Star newspaper, at
he rlslt and cost of the defaulting purchaser. The
attention of all persons desiring a fine residence, in a
most desirable location, is called to this sale.
WM.R WOODWARD, ; Trustees
WM. ltEDIN WOODWARD,) '
mv27.d<?d? 47- Louisiana ave.
"J?HOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
CATALOGUE SALE OF FINE GREEN TROTTERS
OK FURLONG Jt (ONNELLY, JUST
ARRIVED FROM KENTUCKY. TO TAKE
PLACE AT WASH. NAILOR'S STABLES. No.
1320 E STREET NORTHWEST, WASH> NtlToN.
D. ON THURSDAY, JUNE ELEVENTH
AT HALF-PAST TEN O'CLOCK.
Ijidy Willing?Roan mare: 6 years old; 15*4 hands
High. This is one of the most promising young niar.-s
in the country, she having trotted, with n n -tv days'
liandllng. a ball'mile in 1:12 and the mlie In 2:27:
warranted sound au i kind
Dandy?Bav gelding; lfci* hands h'uh; 7 years old
This is as fine a roadster us can be found; has shown a
wile close to 2:4t>; warranted sound and ~ind.
Cottage Chief?Chestnut gelding; ir>*j hands high: 7
rears old; very stylish and gamey driver: a fiue pole
lorse and excellent saddiei; has t: otted close to 2:40;
warranted sound and kind.
Counsellor?Sorrel gelding; 16 hands high; 6 year.
)ld* he has trotted a halt mile in 1:1b with two
jionths' handling; a flue family and road horse; warranted
sound and kind ,
King B?e.-r-t:ay gelding; 15^ hands high; 8 years
)ld; SUlfiqVn better than 2:JJ">; trotted to a skeleton
jvagon a lulf mile in 1:18; warranted sound and kind.
'miiOipa-rChestnut geiding: 16 liauds high; 7 years
)hfc lias SliflVn a halt mile in 1:16 und a mile in 2:35><ij
I ptrlect family aud road horse; warranted sound and
' Hemlock?Chestnut geldinic 15^ hands hlirh; 7
ears old; can show a 2:-_'0 gait ill three weeks'
Kindling; showed 2:29; pulled a wagon a half mile in
L:12.
Messrs. Furlong & Connelly request cftntlernen deilrtug
to purchase to come aud rine behind tlie.n and
est trie spee-i aud driving qualities of any of the stock
iny time before the sale. Cat.d<>gues of full and exended
jM-dl^rees can be obtained of the auctioneer or
lj^3tUb!e#' FURLONG A CONNELLY.
TnllOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
ICXECUTOR'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
PROPERTY, NO. 427 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE
NORTHWEST; THE SOUTHEAST CORNER
OF SEVENTH AND H STREETSNORTllWEST,
AND HOLSES NO. 407 SEVENTH
STREET AND 1010 1) STKEV.T SOUTHWEST.
Under and bv virtue of the provisions of the last
* 111 and testament of Thomas Weaver, late of 3
iVashington. District of Columbia, admitted t?jfc, ^
irobate April 'JMh, 1884, ai:d recorded In will tmu>i
S'o. 2l, folios ito.. the undersigned, as Executor,
vill oiler at public auction the following propertv,
lereinatter fieecribed:
On MONDAY A El ERNOON. JUNE FIFTEENTH,
1885. at FIVE O'CLOCK, In front of the premises,
louse and premises No. 4^7 Massachusetts avenue
iorthw?jst, being lot No. F and part lot L. in square
?uth of ft 16. having u lront of 2U leet ??inch? , hy an
iverage depth of over lOO leet, containing tf rooms
Hid bath room. _ .
And at HALF-PAST FIVE O'CLOCK,In front of
ireuiises, part of lot 14. In square 454, southeast corler
of 7th aud 11 streets northwest, having a front oft
Tth street of 40 feet, by a depth on H street of 75 feet,
oiproved by four small st-res.
And on the following day. JUNE SIXTEENTH, at
FIVE O'CLOCK, in front of the premises, house and
)remises No. 407 7tli stieet southwest, between D and
i. streets. In square 4:W, it being lot '24 in suid square.
At FIVE O'CLOCK. In front of property, house and
wemises 1U10 D street southwest, between 10th and
llth, In square 353. ^ ^ ,
Terms of sale: On etv h property sold, one-third cash
md the residue In two equal payments, at one and two
ears, with interest at six per cent per annum until
Mtld, and secured by a deed ot trust; all conv yanclug
aid recording at purchaser's cost; jiHhJ deposit reluired
on each piece ol property at the time of sale.
>e2-d<td? ROBERTJ>. WEAVER. Executor.
B~ Y VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF'1 HE CIRCUIT
Court of Westmoreland county. Virginia,renb
red on the 14th day of April. 1885,In thechan- ? 'A
erv cause of John B. Hammond vs. J.O.P. Burn-J^^.
iiie and wife, the undersigned commissioner, tlareoy
Liiouiiited will otler for sale, at public auction, on
TOSDaV. THE THIRTIETH DAY 01' JUNE,
1885 AT TWO O'CLOCK IN 111E A i Tl .llNOON.on
he oremises. at "Colonial Beach," In suid e0unty,Lois
Sos 176, 177. 193 a.nd 194, In "Colonial Beaen." to ether
with all the buildings und improvements therein
The buiidiiuri and improvements comprise one
wo-story and attic dwelling house, on the riverfront
me suible. with coachman's room adjoining. Lots en:loscd
by ft paling fence. A very desirable summer
^Tvrmoof gale. One-half ofthe purchase money to be
mid in cash oil the day and at the time of sale, aud the
ewidue on a credit or twelve months from the day of
ale to be evidenced and secured by the bond oi the
luichoser with good personal security, hearing six
<er cent interest from the lay of sale, and the title to
te retained uutU the purchase money and tuterest Is
m iri in mil. Conveyancing at the cost of the purchaser.
UEORGE A. MUSHBAUH.
Commissioner of sale.
9ate of Virginia, Onmty of Wtttnorland, to wit:
I J Warren Hutt. Clerk of the Circuit Court of
he' <>?unty of Westmoreland, do certify that George
v Wash bach the commissioner of sale in the chancery
ivilt of John ^3. Hammond vs. J. O. P. Burnslde and
vife. depending In said court, has executed a bond in
he penalty of?5,0O0.00, with approved security, coniitloned
^cording to law and as required by the
lacree of April 14,1885, In said suit.
TW* J- WARREN HUTT. Clerk.
May 21st,1886. my26-law4w
npHOMAN DOWLING, Auctioneer.
ffiUSTEEa* SALE OF A DESIRARLE TWOSTORY
FRAME DWELLING, SITUATE NO.
228 THIRD STREET NORTHEAST.
By virtue of m deed of trust, dated Marcn 10, A. IB??
D 1880. ana duly recorded In Liber No. 934, at M
folio 390, or the land records or tb? District ofjjjtll,
Columbia, and at the request of the party secured
thereby we will sell, at public auction. In frout of tue
aremSes, on TUESbAY, the SIXTEENTH DAY OF
?U^ RAD 1885. at HALF-PAST FIVE OClXX'K
P.M.. the following described real estate situate in the
city of Washington, In the District aforesaid, vis: 1 be
?uth part of Lot numbered ulne (9), in square numtivred
seven humlrud and fifty-seven (757). fronting
twenty-five (26) Ie? on 3d street e?rt and running
!>fcck hi a westerly course the same w idth, the whole
Iwtb of Lot one hundred (luO) feet, together with the
Improvements, consisting of a comfortable two-story
^TernS: One-third cash: balance in six. twelve and
eighteen months, with Interest at six per cent per annum.
secured by deed of trust on the property sold, or
all cash at option of purchaser. *JlO.? deposit renuirwd
at time of sale. Conveyancing, reeortfi-ig 4e,
at cost of purchaser. Terms to t>ecomplied wl?h within
leu days U9U\ day oi sale, otherwise 1 rustevs will retell
at risk and cm* of detiuliing purchaser after three
, AUCTION SALES.
He. WELLS A CO..
Auctioneers and Merchandise Biokers,
OOS Pennsylvanlaavenue.
I -gSCj?' saleon WEDNESDAY MORXWO, JCNI
I TEiV O CLOCK, of very desirable
nou?abold goods, consisting or Furniture, new and
erond^hand, in Fine Parlor Suites, Chamber Sets in
?2iL Black Walnut. Wardrobes. Bedstems,
m. x. Bureaus, Lounges, Hair Mattresses,
' '"A B*dsvCenter and Wbr*fy Tables in Walnut
/ *"5 Brooms Brushes, etc., Brussels Carpeu
lb w Mattings, Table ana Toilet Crockery,
t ,tc*: attractive sale In
every particular. [it] H. C. WELLS A CO.
rpHOMAH DOWLING, Auction**!
r t
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE
i ?*
- MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS BELONGING TO THE
I LATE JOSEPH WEED.
Also,
> MEDICAL LIBRARY OF THE LATE DR. STA|
BLEB, OF ALEXANDRIA, VA.
Also,
GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS,
I 8ome of them rare and valuable, including Clarence
King's Reports, War Department Orders, &c.
j To be sold at my auction rooms, southwest corner 11th
; street and Pennsylvania avenue,
' On MONDAY EVENING^IUNE FIFTEENTH,1886
At HALF-PAST SEVEN O'CLOCK,
f And following evenings. je9-6t
"^y ALTER B. WILLIAMS A CO., Auctioneers.
! Avvpi?S!F^AT.BI3iii? SALE OF HOUSEHOLD
KF* ECTO, CARPETS, ETC.. AT PUBLIC SALE
l.imh??rd.e5,.?.f1th* Supreme Court of the District of Co
An,.i , n' T?rm'1 sell at public
i 'VlrrAS^^Xi June sixteenth, a.
? CLOCK A.M., at No. 318 nort^i A
I ? H"' 80!1 *?Ml4th streets northeast, the fol,*i
g Household Effects, named in part:
; ?tan.iin^jMUr,u{?reI B???t?ad8. Bureaus and Wash'
feuding, Mattresses, together with other goods
[ y enumerate. Also. small quantity of
ISiEiS* Eliza e. thorn,
_ __ Administratrix.
.?AJkE OF improved property
XOKTH STREET EAST, NEAR H STREET
M.?'N?Yl.rl.u<; ??a decr?e of the Supreme Court of ?=?*
' \ A. u iioSL0, * oiui"l,u< iwwed in Equitj- cause Wl.f
^KiT^ Y'tr mV A: Kl??et and John jjM,
vv. King et aL, the undersigned, as Trustee wil^SeU
' D ?'V V vvfS- Premises, on'sATU R1
PM "LVi .hi FIVE O'CLOCK
nirti.'J L tta estate, right, title and Interest of the
parties t? sanl eft use in and to the south 27 Aet O
lot -m!'i depth of 104 feet ^ inches, of original
lot , in square ,&?, impio - ed by frame house.
a,,,r,'"'S,< s^e-One-third cash. and balance in one
^i, .UJ .3 trom day of gale, with interest, or all
cash lit pur baser s option. Payment of deferred pur
to be secured by deed of trust on j.ropI'll
deposit of $50 will be require<J at time of
i ?M.f?nveyancing and recording at i a -chaser's
i ^t- rernis to be compiled with in ten das s or prop?
res" at deiaulting purchaser's risk and
cost, alter live days notice in Evening star
JAMES H. SAVILLE, Trustee,
DUNC*ANSON BROS., Auctioneers. ^frd&Ts
rpiIOMAS DOWLINO, AucttoneeiT ~
AU?f.W^TKAT051s sALE OF FINE HOUSE}{uLb
FLRNITURE. FINE CARRIAGE AND
HORSE, BUSINKSS WAGON, Ac.,
EMBRACING,
i HANDSOME PARLOR SUITES, UPHOLSTERED
u\\oA*V URENCH PLATE PI Kit MiRRWK,
SLA1J AND BRACKET; LACE AND
I OIHER WINDOW HANGINGS WAI \'lTT
^IHlion.- BACK FTEGERE, HANDSOME
MARBLE T<"P TABLES AND KOt ivivij
Ii?IiAIU^ FJyK BRUSSELS CARPETS, BRUSi
?r "wtT,- i,AXO HALL CARPETS, RRUSSELSRIGS.
BLACK WALNUT MARBLE TOP
vV-? v B "iFASEPARATE PIECES.
VKR\ 11N E HAIR MATTRESSES. 1'lNi!
IKAiHER BEDS, PILLOWS AND BOLSTERS
Vbltt HANDSOME WALNUT REVOLVING
,? AND BOOK-CASE, VERY
MASSl\E \\ ALNUT BOOK-CASE (A SPLENVmiw'ii'i'DEi.TWO
FINE FIELD GLASSES,
^vv-Vr.i' LV> VOLUMES MISC'ELJ-AN
EOUs BOOKS. REVOLVING CHAIR,
LOLNOES, WALMT MARBLE TOP .slDt>
BOA KD, TW O w ALNU T EXTENSION
TAWr'sty VISIXU CHAIRS, PLUSII SOFA,
\*A1 IAN AND HICKORY CHAIRS, ItlFLE
|1 DOUBLE-BARREL SHoT-t?UN. CHIN \
. / ;i'ASS WARE, PLATED CASTOR, R>>
lHPr'rv,VI(i'irV AS.? WATER COOLERS,
Hi.A 11.\(, AND OIL STOVES. WASH-TUBS
LADDER i?AULS>i AN D REQUISITES, STEPAT
?lA.IT~I>AST TWELVE^ CLOCK PRECISELY.
?*t*i r V'v?l 0t I'11'-' RESiDKNCE. I SHALL
SELL ONE PARK PHAETON, MADE BY Mct
l h' J-N FERFECT ORDER. ONE CAlt{'.'
V/F, H(JRSI? SUPERIOR SET SINGLE
HARNESS. BUSINESS WAGON AND UAllNESS.
WHEELBARROW.
On FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE TWELFTH
lh>-0. at 1 EN O'CLOCK, at the residence of the lute
mi1'"1'!"]'*!"' HWiJ New York avenue, beLJthand
14tli streetj, I siiall se.l by order of
tj?e Orphans Court the_ entire conteuts of house and
x,- ii ^i-V ' .l AND, Jr., Administrator.
N. B. 1 lie steam \acht Lilia, belonging to the
above estate, can be pnrcaased from the undersigned
adiiiinistrutor at private aulv at residence. No. i?37 B
street northwest.
_ John McClelland, jr.,
rjllIOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
TlJK KE AND FINK FUR^1
r 11J. OSBORNE, No. SUWFOIR1EENTH
STREET, AT AUCTION.
EMBRACING
TWO EBONY PARLOR SUITES, ONE WALNUT
IAHLor StlTE, RATTAN CHAIRS, M. T.
lALLEs KNABE PIANO, ONE VERY FINE
i/ .' AN'i<JN CHINA CARD RECEIVER iV
vi'o*v .iK1 v\MK"( VKHV 1'ARGE AND RARE,)
1.,*. HAND,OME WALNUT M. T. CHAMBER
iri>, solid walnut wardi^BI-S.
FINE HAlR MATTRESSES, FINE
JtAlilEB PlLLO\\'S, SMYRNA -WD IiRUSRY^TABLES^'0t'tiC'K
^K AND LIBAAALSO,
THE CONTENTS OF THE CAFE
? CONSISTING OF
EXTENSION AND BOUND TABLES, FINE W\L>1
T DIN1N'? CHAIRS SIDEBOARDS S|f^
VER-PLATED CASIXJRS! CHIN A AND GLAKSC
MARK^REFRIGERATORS, KITCHEN U1ENJUXE
ELEVEN, 1SS5, at TEN
Oi.LOi K. j shall seii at the<jshoriie, H?9 14thstreet
northwest, the entire contents of the Cafe, and all the
line I arlorjumHrbaii.iier I'uriiiture, etc. jeS-yt
J-^LNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers
TRUSTEES1 SALE OF VALUABLE SUBURBAN
PROPERTY. IMPROVED BY I)WF| I i Nu
>'OUSK, STUDIO. FOUNDRY, <*.' BFI ONON.V
lO I HE EST AT IS OF THE LATE CLARK
1 (;LS. THIS l'ROPEKTY HAS RECENTLY
BM-.N SIBD1V1DED INTO TWELVE PARCELS.
U.NT.V1NIN.; THREE TO NINE
? &?' - FLY, AND FRONTING.
1^-sFF lIV'r.IA , ON BLADENSBUR(< OR
iiil; MBIA l'l KNPIKE, B. A O. R.K., BliENTWOOD
AND QUEEN'S CHAPEL ROADS.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of? ^
the pistr.ct of Columbia, passed iu J .uuitv Cause ?'!{Q
No. .*>4'J, docket '21, t!ie undersigned, as trustee*
m said cau-e, will otter lor sale on the tiremis^VTT
THURSDAY. THE EIGHTENTH DAVwK
A. I>. IbHi>. coniniencln* at ONE O'CLOCK P M ali
that parei l of land and premises, known as Meadow
Bank sph. Springs uioperty. And formerlv occupied
b\.the lute Clark .-l;li<. containing Bs.4'J-10o acres
which has been sultdiv ided by lis into twelve lots. '
Lot 1, containing S.T>?-HKi acres, fronting on t 'olttnibi:i
turnpipe and B. A O. R.R.. improved by comfortable
i-rame Dwelling and outhouses. This lot has the
cch'bratei "spa Spring" on it.
Ia.i a, containing U.34-100 acres, fronting on Columh\i\
jiiiproved by large barn.
containing 3.04-li?o acrts, fronting on B. A
O. K. 1... Improved by brick Studio.
fot 4, containing 3.31-HMJ acres, fronting on B. A O
B.R. and on a new road made by the Trustees.
Lot i?, coiitaiiiing 5.9'i-iuo acres, fro^tiiig on B and
O. R. R. and on New Road, improved byiarge foundrv
(bricK, Btone and frame.)
Newti wid>nt*'nlng 3'57"100 ^es, fronting on the
New11 {oad^ntainlng 4-49100 teres, fronting on the
1^)18, containing 5.60-100 acres, fronting on the
New ltoad. w
NewtRo'a??ntaIning 0 35"100 acres? fronting on the
Lot lo, containing 7.21-100 acres, fronting on
Brentwood Road anion the New Road
Lot 11. containing G.46-100 acres, fronting on Brentwood
and on the New Road.
Chanel RoadU"UiDg 7,33"10? acres-^onting on Queen's
This property Is one ofthe best siturtted In the District,
being within fifteen minutes drive of the citv
act-ess to which is had by two roads and by the B. and'
O. Railroad and adjacent to the National Fair Association
Grounds, and will make splendid VllUi Site* It
can readily besuUlivided into smaller Building Lets
,. 1 er).u? of sale, as prescribed by the decree: One-third
(Lji <,i the purchase money cash in hand; and the resldue
on a credit of (1; one and rJ) two years, in euu'ai
installments, and the purchaser will he required to
?HS ,!s, M?tes, bearing bix percent Interest, with a
deeil ot trust upon the property to secure the deferred
iu->tallmt nts, unless the purchaser in any case prefers
to paycash, in which case the trustees are authorized
to receive the same instead of taking the note-" and
deed of trust. Conveyances to be made upon the conUrmation
of the sales by the court. 1
T? Insure good faith on the part of purchasers One
Hundred Dollars of the casli payment upon each Lot
as wid will be required to be deposited at the time ot
sale. Plate of the Properly as subdivided can be oljUittKHl
of either of the Trustees, or at tlie office of the
auctioneers.
Parties desiring to attend sale will take train leaving
Baltimore and oliio railroad depot (New Jersev ave^
nue; at 12:10 p. m. for "Mills'" Station y
C. C. COLE,
4?H I ouiMana ave.
T. A. LAMBERT,
a t. tho'masJ1"1**'
rjpHOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
VERY VALUABLE THREE-STORY BRICK RES1DENCE.
No. 607 THIRTt^NTH STREET
N OllTH WEST, AT AUCTION
MONDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE FlF-m?
TE ENTH1885,at HALF-PAST FIVE O'CLOCK
In front or the premises, I alkali sell Lot No. 7 in JIM.
square So. 290, having a front of 14 feet 3 inches ova
clepth oi 50 feet S Inches, east side of 13th street IS'o
6U7, improved by a three-story Brick Dwelling
Ternw: One-third cash: tbe residue In two eaua
payments at six and twelve months, with notes bewl
ing interest and secured by a deed of trust on theproperty
sold, or all cash, at option of purchaser. Co?
veyaocforand recording iu purchaser j cost. SlOO da*
requirtMl At time 01 sule. ? lM-d^ii|
J^ O. HOLTZMAN. Real Estate Auctioneer.
iRUOTEETS SALE OFVALUABLEREAL ESTATE
ON THE 7TH STREET ROAD, B^NGPRKlf.
ISES NUMBERED 2130. rKt.ilBy
virtue of a deed of trust dated the 27th
day of September, A. D, 1876, and recorded 55!?
J S32, folio -'tis, one of tbe landjISu.
records for the District of Columbia ""SKa
by virtue of the authority by ?ald dee<i oonferred,
the undersigned trustee will sell at nubile
auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the SremiHML
on THUKSDAY^'i'HE ELEVENTH DAY O^JL'Nv'
A D. 1S8.5, AT liALF-PAST FIVE O'CLOCKPlt
ail that piece or parcel of real estate situate in th?'DI*
iif ^^ ?.?d dt^'Xibed as lot nmnb^r of
Haw's subdivision of part of Mount Pleasant plains
on <th street road, having 37-42 feet front bv adenth
of 241.07 feet and fronting 37.4* leet on contl?uat^
of bth street went Tbe above-described property to
proved by a comfortable two-story frame housa,
with brick basement. ^
Terms of stile: One-half cash, and the balance In six.
twelve and eighteen months, with lutermthereonat
rate of six per centum per annum, parable semiannually;
or all cash, at tbe option of ?e jrorettitter
A dep. ?}{ of f lOO to be made at the tlme jf gai^u
terms of sale are not compiled with within ten days!
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At tHl? HHon newly every one needs to use dome
sort of tonic. Iron enters Into almost every physician
s prescription for those who need building up.
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For Weakness, 'Lassitude, Lack of Energy, etc.. It
lias no equal, and is the only Iron medicine that is not
injurious. It Enriches the Blood, Invigorates the sy&
tern. Restores Appetite, Aids Digestion.
It does not blacken or injure the teeth, cause headache
or produce constipation?other Iron medicinrt do.
Da. g. H. Binki.ey a leading physician of Springfield,
O., says:
"Brown s Iron Bitters is a thoroughly good medicine.
I use it in my practice, and find its action excels
all other forms oi Iron. In weakness, or a low
condition of the system, Brown's Iron Bitters is
usually a positive necessity. It is all that is claimed
for it"
Genuine has trade mark and crossed red lines oo
wrapper. Take no other. Made only by
brown chemical co.. baltimore, MD
Ladies' Hand Book? useful and attractive, containing
list of prizes for recipes, information about
coins, etc.. given away by all dealers in medicine, or
mailed to any addrttss on receipt of tic. stamp. 7
3xetal i*oison.
I am a Coppersmith by trade, and the small particles
of brass and copper from filing got into sores on my
arms and poisoned my whole system. Mercury administered
brought on rheumatism, and I became a
helpless invalid. I took two dozen bottles of Swift's
Specific. My lojjs, arms and handsare all right again.
I use them without pain. My restoration is due to S.
s- s- PETER E. LOVE,
Jan. 9,1885. Augusta, Ga.
malarial poison.
We have used Swift's Specific in our family as an
antidote for malarial poison for two or three years,
and have never known it to fail In a single Instance.
W. C FUBLOW.
Bumter Co., Ga-.Sent. 11,1884.
ULCERS.
For six or eight years I suffered with ulcers on my
right leg. I was treated with Iodideof Potassium and
Mercury, and I became helpless. Six bottles of Swift s
Specific made a permanent cure.
Feb. as, 1SS5. M. D. WILSON, Gainesville, Ga.
Swift's Specific Is entirely vegetable. Treatise on
Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta,
Ga., or 157 W. 23d St., N. Y. inyl'Z-6
__FAMLLY SUPPLIES.
BUTTER i BUTTER!! BUTTER!!! ? FRESH
V irgiuia Uutter received dailv, 'JSc. per pound, at
. R- HODGSON'S, 220 9tb st n.w..
opposite center Market.
^JelJjing Our F inest I^atextIT lour
NOW, AT $1.S0 1* BBL.
BEST FAMILY 1 50
GRANULATED SUGAR 7c. lb.
STORE CLOSES AT 7::50.
J*0 ___ C. WITMER <fc CO.
pure jVXaple Sugar.
crY.e,h.?Ve^Ust recp>v?^ a large lot of PURE MAPLE
iV't'n * <'ents t'Lr, Patent Process
FLOUR St 1.50 per bbl. Sugar-cm td HAMS. Small
size. 12U cents per pound. Choice Creamery BUTTER
a specialty. six pounds pure LAKIi foi .11 c-nH. a
lu.l line of choice 0K1 ?CER1ES low lor strictly cash.
t,oods amounting to or over delivered free '
POOLE. BRO< ?K E <fc CO.,
m> ______ U44 J.ouisiaua avauue.
/^ROCERIES. - SAVE YOUR MON EY ?5~LBS
' * J ""St Laundry starch, 25c. Susrar Cured Slioulders\7
to Sc. lb. Sugar Cured Middlings, ?c. lb. < asHams,
latjjc. lb. Good Extra Hour, $4.50 lo
ul'."^1>?r b'iL 1AolkT Fi-mily $5.75 to SO per bbl. i4
Bbl Roller Family, $1.50. ^ Bbl. ltoln r /amiiv. 75*
Lest Pateut Process (warranted?, p^r bbl., S7.00. 1*
Bbl. Patent Process 1 warranted). s 1.80. b, Bbl. Patent
Process (warrant-d t, 90c. Ceylon. Java, roasted,
and is fine, 2Gc. Ib. B st O. G. Java.!{ lbs. for 31. Hio
totlee. 12i<j,15 and 20c. lb. Having purchased Teas
before th? advance, we sell tlie best Oo and Ouc. Tea
in tlie city. Bost Dairy Butt.r '25 to 30c. lb. Dried
Sugar Corn, lOc. per lb. Best Golden svrup, 40 to
50<\ per gal. INDIA TEA CO.. 445 7th st. e.w.
(Island;, iiorthw st corner. New Orleans Molasses.
*jjj to ?5c. g:U. 'telephone tlall-46-i mys
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THE CELEBRATED MINNESOTA
patent process flour.
Is without a doubt the most BKAi'Tirctand the most
Kctbitioos Flour ill tlie world.
The Millers have not onlv the most perfect Mill,
containing as it does all the most improved Machinery
invented up lo the present ume, hut they produce
a Hour UNSt'KRAStjKnby any mill 111 tlie world. To
prove that, we would simply state that a laree miantUy
of this magnificent Flour is shipped aiinuaijv t<>
Euroite and eaten at the principal Courts of the'old
world. We Guarantee that it is made from selected
hard wheat grown in Minnesota and Dakota. it is
an acknowledged fact, that in this Vlour a perfect separation
of the glutinous particles of tl.3 wheat berry
and a thorough el'11;'nation of all weak and ktar;-hy
matter has at last, been reached, and is consequently
more nvtrtriors, yielding more brea?l to tlie barrel
than any other Flour. The best trade admits that
from in bread making qualities it is the cheapest, as
well as the best, for either family or baker's use, and
unsurpassed by any Flour made. Everv sack and
every barrel is warranted to give entire suiislacaon.
sterling's st. louis fancy.
Ono of the most beautiful Winter Wheat Patents
everoflered to the trade. It is unexcelled by any other
Patent except Ceres, and will please the most exacting
Uouseaeeper and satisiy the most lasudiousepiouru.
gilt-edge.
A magnificent Winter WTieat Patent
RELIANCE.
A ppTfnrtW Jflrnocfita Patent Flour, mndobyttie
cclcbrat^fl Hunparian process. It is a very cheap and
beautiful Patent, within tlie reach of all classes, and
we guarantee will give baustaction to every oue who
wttiiryik
golden hill.
Thf> old reliable stand-by and the Standard Family
Flour of the District. It is e^ual in quality to a srreat
many high-priced Patent Flours, whiist it can be
bought for considerable less money. We delVcompetitors
to bring forth any Flour superior to CERES,
STERLING, GILT-EDGE, RELIANCE or GOLDEN
HILL, and we leel assured thai auy housekeeper who
tries them once wui never uae auy Uruig eiaa i-ors^ie
by ail urocera
Wholesale Depot, corner 1st st and Indiana ave
eel 3 Wit. M. G ALT A CO.
fecHILLENGER'3 -ARTIFICIAL
STONE PAVING CO
Office?1418 New York Avenua
Artistic and fine work in cement a speclnity.
Our skilled Workmen lay the followiu^pavements:
SCHILLENGER PATENT (BEST),
ARTIFICIAL STONE, ASPHALTUM, PARAGON,
GRANOLITHIC, NEUCHATEL, MASTIC.
Kitchens. Sidewalks, Stables, Cellars laid with neatness
and promptness.
^ ^ ? JOS- a McKIBBIN, President.
Telephone call 467-2. mytKlm
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Louis Berodou
BREWING COMPANY,
BREWERS AND MALTSTERS.
OFFICES Nos. 508 aud 610 VINE ST.
BREWERY, !29th and PARRISH STS.,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
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Agent for Washington,
M. T. BRIDWELL,
Je2-3m 351 M STREETS W
D R. HAINE*
GOLDEN SPECIFIC,
A POSITIVE CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS OR
THE LIQUOR HABIT.
It can be given In a cup of coffee or tea without the
knowledge of the person taking it; Is absolutely
harmless, and will efiect a permanent and speady
cure, whether the patien Is a moderate drinker or an
alcoholic wreck It has been given In thousands of
cases, and in every instance a perfect cure has followed.
It never fails. The system once impregnated
with the Specific, it becomes an utter iinposatbliity
tor the liquor appetite to exist
GOLDEN SPECIFIC CO., Proprietors,
For Bale by Cincinnati, Ohio
r. k. HELPHEN8TINE,
EBBITT HOUSE DRUG STORE,
Comer 14th and F streets; also corner 14th street and
Vermont avenue, Washington, D. C.
Call or write for circulars and ftiU particulars. dlNo
OhR. IiuPPEftT,
NOS. 403 AND 405 7THST. N. W.
HEADQUARTERS FOR THE
WHITNEY CHILDRENS' CARRIAGE COMPANY.
ALSO A PULL LINE OF
ROLLER SKATES.
bic vcles^tricycles,
VELOCIPEDES, WAGONS, ETC
. TRAVELING AND LUNCH BASKETS,
ALL SIZES. ALSO A LARGE
VARIETY U* EASTER EUUS DISPLAYED.
mlOS
|2d EDITION
j Latesi Telegrains la Tte star.
GLADSTONE GOING TO BALKOKAL.
To Plarc Ills llMicaatlaa In the
<|neen * Hiinda-A C?Bwrr?liT? Mini*,
try ProtwMf.
I Special cable Dispatch to The Evening Star.
London. June 9, House of Commons, 5:30 p.
m.?Mr. Gladstone goes to-night to Balmoral to
plaoe_his resignation in the Queen's bauds. I
now believe the conservatives will take office.
i romment membere tit argias the leader* to
I do so.
The Rock ville Pall Exhibition.
Special Dispatch to the Evixim 8ta*.
Rockville, Md., June 9.?The Montgomery
K^ral society have to-day fixed Septemtion
U? * for holding the tell exbibl*
A Ranqnet to Senator Bayard.
Lawrence, Kan., June 9.?The Bavard banquet
last night was served in a large skating
rink. Over 200 guests were present, atnouje
whom were Senator Plumb, Chancellor Llpplneott,
ex-Gov. GUck and Hon. C. W. Blair. ExI
STon * K?binson presided. Secretary Bayard, In
J the course of his remarks, said the whole energy
? :?e Vresent administration would be directed
to the betterment of the entire oountry jvitbout
sectionalism or distinction of any kind.
Kansas City, Mo., June 9.?Secretary Bayj
ara aud part}* passed through here this morn*
J lrg en route lromLawrence to St. Louis.
I The Franco-Chinese Treaty Signed.
Paris, June 9.?A dispatch from Tientsin
states that the treaty of peace between France
1 and China was signed to-day.
nXANfiAL AMtCOXXCRCIAL.
The Mew York Stock Xnrket
^e(?llo^ln*,uv opening and '.1:30 p.m. price*
I of the > ew \Ork Stock market to-tiny, as reporwd by
I special wire to II. II. I lodye, 63tf 10th street*
A'aine. | (j. ^30 Same. a 2-30
K an I>ac" H |N. V.omt j 8'ii(an.
Sou. North Pac 1*5 1
I . ! u" ? Do. pref. 37>* 3*^
Clies.dS Ohi? ? Xortbvvest 93L,
v??re? Do. pref. 1J7 1^7
I _ vo- -id pret. Oregon Trans. 134 133^
l?.w*?v lua V2 i - Man 032
o Vis. i 30 iHeo D. <ft E..? 7% ?
| Del.4 Hud..wn. 44 : Heading 13 13
I r!' Ij"1004..Rock Island..!! 113?* 114
] Den. oc H. st. faul ?5 ijsk
Krie...... ' 9-s 9\ Do. pref. "..-.'.'.'
hi ? ??* *~*?T i ,4T? Sli>- ? Uikaha ivv,
"LCen, 124 1 124 Do. pref
LakeSbore 1 o 1^ r,li, m. P.. M dk ft 1
S-1* Texas P?? H?*, 11
x!Ki .e?} jUnionPac. S524 63
I ? ' ii - HA, AVab. Pac
Mo.Va?_ ? 95^ U.M.J Do.nrvf.
I leut 30 3-rv\Ve?t Cnlon 004 601*
I The Washington Stock Esclisnge.
I Following are the changes from yesterday's
quotations on the Washington Stock Exchange
to-day: 17. S. 4s, 1907, coupon, 122^ bid, \
asked; 4s, 1907, registered, 121^ bid, asked;
D. C. pr. imp. Os, 1S91, coin, 115^ bid, 110
asked; pr. imp. 7s, 1891, cur., 120 bid; Wash.
Market stock, 7s, 1H92, cur., 121 bid; D. C. 5<>
year fund, 3.65s, 1U24, cur., llot, bid,
asked; 20 yr. lund, 5 p. e., 1 b'JO, cur., 110 bid;
20 yr. fund,Os.1892, coin, 115^ bid; 30 yr.fund,
Os, 1902. coin, 122 bid; Washington and
O rprot 11 R.li. bonds. Si bid, 85 asked; WashinuI
ton gas sto'-k, 42l4 bid, 4'ila asked; Uconcctown
gas, 411*2 bid; Nat. Mot. Ins.. 60 bid, 70
asked; >at. L111011 Ins., 17V, bid.lMi asked: Corcoran
Ins., o<> bid, 05 asked; Columbia Ins., IOV
bid, 12 asked: German-Am. Ins., 13o bid; Hits*
Ins tP-jbid, 03^ asked; Bd. Pub. Works, green.
l,Hi- 90U2a.-ked* Wash. M.rkct. Co.bonds,
JOj'.^bui; Nat. Bank Republic, lOo asked- Citizen
s Nat. bank, lu4 bid; Iteal Estate Title Ins.,
loobid, lOo asked; Penna. Telephone Co., 54U,
bid, a, asked.
ltaltimoro Market*.
BALTIMORE. Mo.. June 9.?Virginia sixes, pastune
0011 pons, uew teu-ioi tlvs Uo; do. new threes.
o'2 bill to-day.
RALTIMORE. Mn., June O.-Cotton dull? middling.
1*^. i-'lour easy and dull. Wiieat-southero
sU'iiily; western huh?-r. nu<l quiet; southern red,Uou97a
soutlit-rn amber. l.O3?1.04; No. 1 Muryiaud, 1 OOa
! IOOS,; ^0. -1 western winter red, spot, yt>uyo? .; June
! .) 4av)0t?: July. 9->i,.aU&ii4; August, 1.01i?al.014.:
September, 1.04i.jiil.04%. Corn?soutlivrn* steady;
wi'->terual>out steady: Miutbern white, OOaOl: do. vel|
Jmv, 04; western inixt>d. spot, uiid July, iWiaaS&s,:
August,5oA? I'd. Oats steady, with beitVr di-iuand?
i soutiiern.38a41: western white, 3ba41; western mixed
I I'ennsyivania, live dull and lowwr, 70.
I 1 rovisious steady and nuivt. hugur?eopi?er retiued
; steady, U. W bisky steady. 1/JOal.Ul. Freights to
I l.l\eri>ool t>er steamer dull?cotton, 3-lUd.: Hour
Is.;?d.: grain, U^-jaad. Heceipts?hour. 4.185 barrt'Js;
wheat, bushels; corn. *<?4,000 busbtia; oiiLs
ji.ooo bushels; rye, loo busliels. s-hiumeuia?corn
,ii.M.O Ousliels: oals. JMwi buslieia. Sales?wheat, ?k>7
OOO bushels: com, bo,000 bushels. '
t'iiicagtt Markets.
CIITCAGO. June !)-1 p. m.?The wheat market
ea>ed ->tr toward liie close from top tigures, and closed
a -iiade higuer tban \ e?i>'rday?Cash aud June. 8M*:
Jill;., ''Ojn: Atitfiibt ."*epipinber, y4?,. Coru tinn ?
June, 4("y; July, 40Vj .\u^u>t, 40*^. Oats easier?
? ..-!i aud June 33s,: July, August 263*. Kyt
ea y, ( .'j. Ikirley uoiaiual. Flu* seett, 1.35. Whisk v
i.l >. Purk steady?July, lo.Oo: Augu t, 10.70. Lard
hrm?June, July, ti.07^ AtiKu^t. tf.76.
ILLINOIS MEN EXCITED.
The Administration Denounced.
' WORKED UP OVF.a THE APPOINTMENT OF
MAIWII AS MAKslIAL OF T11E CHICAGO DISj
THICT.
The Illinois men in the city have been thrown
into the wildest state of excitement by the
appointment of Frederick H. Marsh as marshal
1 of the Chicago district to succeed "Long" Jones.
There lias been a long fight between the Harrison
and the Morrison factious over the marshalshlp.
The Harrison faction have been
workiug for McGorigle, and it was not known
just who Morrison was working lor. Delegations
of Illinois men have been importuning
the President ever since the 4th of March, and
great discontent was expressed at the lon,r
?-l-Vv-. T,u* htilure of the President to apixdut
Mcvioriglewas attributed to Morrison's Influence,
and during the senatorial contest at Springfield
it was said that Mctjorijle s friends agreed to
( case their opposition to Morrison if he would
allow Mctioiigie to get the appointment. The
McGorigle men have been workiug without
cessation, and expressed confidence up to the
last moment that their man would get themar|
shalship. During the past few days a large deI
legation of Illinois statesmen have assembled
! in town, and their interest centered lnthisai?pointmcnt.
When Moi rison was in Washing
ton, just before his defeat for the Senate, a dele- '
nation ot the Harrison faction were here also
| headed by J. K. Van Pelt, chairman of the Cook
county deniociacysccntralconimitteandcounty
j commissioner for that county, aud it is said
that they stood in the way of the great tariff re!
former getting what he wanted rt-om thi ad- 1
i ministration to help him in the senatorial
contest, and that his defeat by Logan was their
work. Both Morrison aud Van Pelt are in the
city now together with a host of their supporters.
The appointment of Marsh, who is a
I friend of Mr. Morrison, burst like dvnamite in
t the midst of McGorfgle's friend^ and the
highest excitemeut prevails.
A crowd of Illinois statesmen were assembled
at Willard's when the appointment of Marsh
became known, and Mc(iorigle*s friends began
' to denounce the administration in liv?ly terms.
MK. VAX PELT ANGRY.
Mr. Van Pelt said that tho blank administration
might go to blank; that they would find
1 that they could not carry a ward in Chicago
when the elections came. He said he reprel
seated 05,000 votes?the Cook county deiuoc1
racy?and from this out they would work
against the administration. He declared open
war, and wanted everybody to know it. He
meant open war, and Cleveland would see who
I would win.
"We are the democrats who do all the work
he said to a Stab reporter. "Who spend our
money; who poll the wards, and who carry the
election. What do we get? Snubbed! republicans
and 'suckers' can see the President and
talk with him for hours; we can't have a word
I with him. We can do the work, but can't have
anything to say. Every appointment that
man has made has gone to some sucker H He
spoke very excitedly and did not" stop
for any nicety of language, but denounced the
administration in the most vigorous terms he
could think of. "There Is not an office at his
disposal I would have," be conttnued, "but I
am going to stand by my friends, and I proclaim
now that, air our power will be against
the administration, and not award can they
carry. We sha!l see If the democratic nartv ia
to be treated in this way."
A crowd of Illinoisans and people about the
hotel gathered about the speaker, and hie remarks,
at first intended fot The istar man, became
general, addressed to the assembly.
XR. MORRISON SATISFIED.
It was said that Mr. Morrison was as much
displeased at the appointment as was the other
faction. A Star reporter met the tariff reformer,
and questioned him upon the subject.
He said he was well enough pleased at the ap- 1
potntment; that he was an administration man
"Moreover," he sald,"Mr.Marsh has always been
my friend and I bis. His top card in this affair,
I think, was a general letter written for
him by me some time ago recommending him
for any place be might want, but bavins no
reference to the marshalshlp. His appointment
to that place was never asked for by me.
It worked Itself out. But you may say h? is
my friend, and his appointment will be accredited
to me."
Mr. Marsh is a democrat of good standing
and his appointment is probably due to the
fact that be was recommended mainly as a
good democrat for auy place, and was not the
man of the practical politicians.
>?? ?
Mail bkkvtck in this Crr*.?The contracts
for carrying the mail to aad from the general
post office in this city to the Corcoran street
sub-postal station, the Treasury department
aid the money order office,Will be discontinued
a ter July 1st. and this service will be .after that
uate. Included in the eontraet awarded to Mr.
G. w. Knox for carrying the mails from the
depots to the post office.
HAKoa or the Thbrmomktxr.?The following
were the readings at the signal office to-dar:
3&.m.J?7*; 7 am., $5.8: Tl a m., dCfT?
p. m., 70.fi. Maximum, 81,1; mlaltnoM, 70A
- ?
LATEST OrrifliL CHANCES.
aw??fxii fcy mw pmmmii, etc.
The President to-dsy appointed Frederick H.
Marsh, marshal for the northern din riot of
Illinois, and Henry C. A'rner, marshal for the
southern district dr Ohio.
Doltfi Romero, of New Mexico, to be agent
for Indiana of UM Pueblo agency In Nsw Mex,t^1In'
A. Walkerpf Wisconsin, to be agent for
Indians of the Cfteeu Bay agency, lu Wlacousin.
Ex-Mayor Fox, of Philadelphia, to ba superintendent
of tbe mint at Philadelphia.
John P. Robinson to becolh-ctorof customs for
tbe district of Alexandria, Va.
To be collectors of Internal revenue?I*ban
H?*e, tor the fourteenth district of New York:
Alfred C. Parkinson, for the second district of
WIsconsin.
To be surveyors of custom*?John H. P. Voorbles.
for the port of Denver. Ool.; Addison Cole,
lor the port of Albany, N. Y. Col.
Frederick H. Marsh, who was appointed
marshal at Chicago. Is the sheriff of uvle
county, and is not a resident of Chicago. There
were a doaen applicants tor the office from that
?*y niany of whom were strongly eudonnl.
I F??Vw^?r8h distinguished lawyer, and had a
brilliant army record. He was strongly recommended,
amonghia endorsers being Representative
Morrison.
. U.?nry.C. Urner, to-day appointed succe?sor
to Mantfial Lotwrigbt. of Cincinnati, l? a resident
of Cincinnati, and was formerly imminent
In local demooratlc politic*. lie is president
of the National Marine Insurance company,
and was for many > ears president of the
Cincinnati chamber ( commerce. He is at>out
O year# of age. He was highly reconi mended.
. Addlsoii Cole, the new surveyor of customs at
Albany, was the selection of secretary Manning,
and It Is understood was not an appli1?
?n old resident and prominent
of Albany, but was never before iu
"fe business Is that of Insurance agent.
Ishan Hess, collector ol interuul revenue
fourteenth New York district, is a well-known
*W)'?r Ql Albany, who has not heretofore been
au office-holder, llf wus selected by Secretary
Manning, It is understood, without being aii
applicant.
'1 he President to-day commissioned the following
postmasters Alexander Wentz. Mechanicsbnrg,
Fa.: L'avid it. Boyer, Tamaqua,
Fa.; Wade H. GibUs, Columbia, S. C.: Miss
25,arX.Sue Du BoIb, Marion C. 11., s. C.: Heurv
H. Whitfield, Hawkii.svlJle, Ga.; Jeremiah J.
HartenBower, Sheldon, la.; Uich'd E. La wrensou,
Junction City, Kan.; L>avid J. Eastburn,
Fowler, lnd.; Augustine C- Respes*, Maysville,
Ky.; Joseph S. Luugbltu, Sidney, U.; Milton H.
Huntress, BreckcLrldge, Col.; Matthew D
Crow, Pueblo, Col.; William Stelner. Oak Park,
111.; Henry T. I avis. Orange, Texas Jacob C.
Morgan. Kearney, Neb.; Drummond G. Craig,
Fort Atkinson, Wis.; Horatio 8. Herbert, Rolla,
Mo.
The Postmaster General has appointed C. C.
Thompson, vice W. F. Sherman, resigned, pvtmaster
ut Fort Defiance, Augusta county, Va.,
and Warreu Durrett, vice Marcus Durrett, jr.,
to correct error lu name, at North Gaidsn, Albemarle
county, Va.
1 he i'resldeni yesterday afternoon made the
fbliowing appointments: To be Internal revenue
collector?W". H. Yarbo rough, fourth North Carolina
district. Robert Tavlor, to be pension
agent at Knoxville, Teun.. vice N. K. Gibson, ,
suspended. George W". W arner, to be register
of the land office at Tracy. Minn. K*cetv?r? at
land ofllces?Abraham Hall, at Mneurn CMv,
Mont.; John E. Budd, at Stockton, < at.; P. K.
I W Iser, at Tracy, Minn.; Joseph iiill,at Beatrice.
Neb., vice William H. Somiuers, resigned; O. C.
Hale, at La Crosse, Wi>.; W. R. Edgar, at Irontou.
Mo.; Hugh C. W allace, at Suit Luke City,
L'tah.
The commissioner of pensions has appointed
two medical boards for the examination of i>enslou
claimants lu this city. The tirst board, i
which meets at 1108 F street, is composed oi
I>r. Joshua 0. Stanton, promoted from treasurer
to presldeut, vice Dr. U. Rcyburu; I?r. W*.
V. Marmion, treasurer, vice Je*hua ?.>. Stanton,
and Dr. Irving C. Rosse, secreuiry, vice L.Tyler,
transferred to the second hoard. The latter,
which meets at 132b New York avenue, is entirely
new, and consists of Dr. Ralph Walsh,
president; Dr. l^achlau Tyler, secretarv, and Dr.
John E. Brackett, treasurer. i
Darius A. Ogdeu, of Peun Yan, N.Y.. recently
appoiuted chief of a division iu the third auditor's
office, has declined.
A discharge of tweuty-flve persous was made
lu the foldiug room ef the Government Printing
office yesterday.
Secretary Manning to-dav appointed Mr. I).
C. Schwartz aschief of division in the 3d audior's
office.
Beuuet J. Loom is, of Ohio, a $1,400 clerk In
the Pension office, has resigned. Pedro SauI
chez, the Indian agent at Pueblo, New Mexico,
has resigned. Edward T. Mathews, of this
city, has been appointed weigher aud measurer
ol wood and coal for the Interior department,
vice Richard Middietou, removed.
Tbe Uigb Vrbool Commencement.
CLOSING EXERCISES THIS MoliN 1NO?A LAKUS
OAfUEltiNO IN THE 1I1UH SCHOOL HALL
"This is the last year that the commencement
can be held in this building," said ?uj>erintendeht
Paul this morning, as lis looked over j
the vast throng that had crowded itself iuto |
the hall at the High School building. "Next 1
year we will have to find a more commodious i
hall.'' The exercises of the day were of a most
creditable character. District Commissioner
West, Superintendent Paul, Mr. Baum. presldeut
of the school board; Mr. Lane, principal
oi the High school, and Miss Dame, the
vice principal, occupied places on the platform.
Trustees Clark, Lovejoy and Blruey, aud mauv'
ex-trustees aud citizens Interested iu the
schools, were iu the audience. Duiing the
uiorniug pleasant variation of the literary exercises
wus afforded by singing choral*, choruses
aud glees, under the direction of Prof.
Buttcrtleld. The solo parts were rendered well
by Mis ses Griggs, Gitti tig*, ltuiToughand Wylie.
The salutatory was delivered by Miss Uiittie
J. Bucbly, a young lady with brilliaut dark
eyes. Her well-buiauced sentences were delivered
in a most graceful manner. MUs llattie
M. Cashing read an essay ou "A Woman l'liilo- j
sopher." teliiug the story of Hypatia iu a series I
of word pictures that would have done credit to !
Kiugsley herself. Mr. William S. Armstrong I
delivered a tiioughtiul oration on "Character?^ >
A very attractive part of the exhibition were
experiment and demonstrations. Miss Eliza- ;
beiu C. B-.uide gave a little lectuiv aud deuiou- j
strution lu bot.iuy, taking a bunch of daisies
us her subject Mr. John B. Hull talked
of the proj?ertics of ammonia. Illustrating
his talk with experiments ou the stage, and .
James Watson gave an interesting demonstration
of the laws governing the motion of the
pendulum. Miss Annie ?. Scammell read an
interesting and well-written essay on "The
Veuicc ol Shakespeare." Mis? Gertrude G.
Jochum gave a recitation from "Marie Stuart"
lu Germau. Charles De L. iiine was the elans
liistoiian, and read a very witty paper 011 the
history of the class. The vaicdictoriau was Mr.
C. Spencer Cosby, who delivered the farewell
words iu a very easy and graceful manner.
During the exercises the High School Cadets
guve a drill, exhibiting a remarkable proticiencv
In tne luunual ol arms. At the close the
major commanding, Frederick .^olion.who now
retires from the command, as he leaves the
school, was presented with au elegant sword
aud belt by Linnaeus E. la* Fetra on behalf of
the members of the corps. The diplomas were
presented to the graduates (a list of whom was
published iu Saturday s Si akj by District Commissioner
WesL
Tbe Top of tbe Monument.
THE RKPOKT OF THE SC IENTISTS WHO EXAMINED
IT NOT YET 1IAI>E.
The committee of scientists that examined
the extent of the damage to the Washington
monument will make their report In writing
to Col. Casey In a few days. As stated in yesterday's
Star, their recommendation will be to
furnish additional points on Uie roof for the
lightulng to strike. In the meantime Col.Casey
Is having the four copper rods which connect
the iron frame-work of the elevator shaft
with the copper rod through the cap stone
brought nearer the cenurof the interior in*
stead of branching to tbe td .sof the roof. The
damage to the roof will not be repaired
immediately, as it is considered very
slight. Staging will be erected around
the roof, and the cracked stone put Into place
and rivited with bronxe bolts.
Local Xotca.
To-day Detective Carter arrested James L.
Thomas, a colored man of#fty or over, formerly
sexton of St, John's m E. church, on the
charge of embezzlement of ?59.50, preferred by
Gen. Ben). C. Card, and Thomas 4s held for a
hearing. He indignantly denies the charge.
Ben). F. Jackson, of Baltimore, convicted la
the Criminal Court some days since of larceny
of a watch fTOm Thos. D. Kerwin, of Harpers
Ferry, on March 4th, was sentenced to-day to
the Albany penitentiary for one year.
The Court In General Term to-day was engaged
in the case of the W. A G. railroad company
and the Metropolitan railroad act- the
District, involving the tax Cor paving charged
against the companies. ^
Ex-CoHDtrcTom O'Neal's Tkiau?The trial
of Hugh O'Neal, formerly a conductor on the
Pennsylvania railroad, Indicted for the em*
bezzlement of two railroad tickets (Tom Philadelphia
to Washington, on the 0th of November,
IMS, was resumed In the Criminal Court
this morning. T. C. Sparks, Edward Foulke.
ticket receiver or the railroad: J. W. K.rouse,
who is In the office of the railroad auditor; H.H.
Carter, superintendent of the Maryland division,
aud Henry Frank, the New York ticket
broker who bought the tickets, and a number
of others, testified.
Marriage Licehmcs. ? Marriage licenses
have been issued by the clerk of the oourt to
C. N. Steele and Mary E. Dement, of Aiexandrta,Va.;
Thus. H. HterWer and Ardelln Trice,
both of Richmond, Va.; Chaa. L. Henkle and
Emma C. Craun, both of Rockingham Co.. Va-W.
W. Turner and Maggie B. WWgate: John
Morris and Nettie A. Groshon; Lemuel ^rgood
and Lucy J. tteyboljk Joseph C. Mandley and
Fannie soper; w. F. Brown aod
Crawford, ufP. Q. Co., Md. %???*??
Ramtcm* not attobitbts.?Secretary
Turner iue directed tbe strict enforcement of
rale 1M, which prohibit* attorneys from eon*
suiting tbe Ales of tbe department, exospt be
tween tbe houn of eleven and one o'clock. Ibis
rule has of late jtmuts fallen into disuse, and IU
business of the
The Wales Oncsr.MAMiAX.-lX Tan Bey-'
pen, assists nt eh ief of tbe bureau ef asiidai
and surgery. Navy department, was before tbe
Wales court-martial to>dajr, and testified in
relaUcu^to bis of tbe enspeelad
ncMcnwrn ?o >t? fu? >m, rm
Tbe grand Jury V>4?| ndi their final report
for tbe t?rm tod ?? diecbaeged WUfe Um
thanks of Um court. Dm 1d4M?mbIi *m mm
follow*: WIIIUub Ttppttt, >llW with UllMt to
kill La?ntl? Tlppttt; CUrMi Ou*. ?Um
Thomas Kelly, illu John Raymond, Imw;
from tbe person of Alfred Richards; Wsa.
Johnson. larceny of m horse; CUrio Kin#,
housebreaking la night, Omr Turnar, do.; SLat,
jAckson.#eoond offense petit torwny, lun<4
1 (easier, alias Heshley, aaseult with intent to
kill Officer Mc raggert; Joseph B. Uwrtjr, larceny
from the person; Clteriee Job neon. be?e
breaking In the day ; At ?.. 8?iu&b?b at>a Aaron
Brun, belling oleomargarine without label;
Margaret Kliey, do.; Annie Plgnot. do.; Albert
Jackson, aha* Albert Min|?un, a?ait with ie
tent to kill B. Simpson; W. Mzua,
alias WinQfld, raj* un Ella Wheeler,
?. li. (hint, alia* Jen nv Oanl.aanaulilng Officers
skid more end Michael Green; and Oeorge
llrlscoe, assaulting Officer Hasan.
Tbey alto mad* a written re}NWt stating tbat
they had been iu session 50 days, examined
:I40 witnesses, and iouud S'J Indictments. They
state that in no community ts human lifb and
property more aateiv guarded. but the lacreaM
of youthful depraritx is to be deph*red. Tbey
speak of the pool room* as liavlug a demoralising
effect on youth. Npeaktng ot seaicuce* of lau,
where tbe prisoners are kept In Idlenoes. tney
u?k d^* till* system bave the eflect to prevent
vriiue, or does it not n??ter crime? Thejr aleo
*)>eak of the number <?i young luen who ore
growing uj> In comparative Idlsuees as aa ao>
l pivl to Ik- deplored.
THK COVKT OX "rKH POOL" AMD re ft MM
t'KIOM
The court thanked tbe Jury for the report,Md
said that while he knew nothing of pool be bad
noticed that the signs ** free pool" are associated
with free luuch at the liquor saloons?web
dently toe liguor only is to be paid Utr. He
remarked, too, on the boys growing up
without trades, attending dime museums and
I other theaters, and reading dlute literature,
* hlle some branches of trade seein to be entirely
in the band* of foreigner*. The trade eocleUet
are in some manner responsible, It* tbey
shut out bo\ t> from work, lie hoped this sub?
I )ect would l>e taken up by the public and a rem*
edy be applied.
The Flaky Odor of Potomac Water.
A UiMMirrtKOK 1HV-lct ANS To INVEttT'ttATK
T UK CAUSE?M IT FKO* VEUKTAHIJC OKOWTH
OK FISH hl'AWS?-WHAT TUB UKAkTH Om*
CKK SAYS.
A committee of physicians, consisting of
Health Officer Towushend and Prs. Hayne,
Magruder, MeKim and Klelnschmldt. weut up
to tbe receiving reservoir thiw afternoon k
Inspect the water and collect samples of the
same for the pur|?ose of dotermlnli* whether
or not the fuhy odor, so much complained of In
AV ashing ton, Is to be traced to that reservoir.
In couversatlou with a Hath reporter Health
officer Townsliend said he believed the
fishy siuell was attributable to the
f:u-t that the past tew weeks has been
the spawning season for tbe seeafal
varieties of fish which inhabit the reservoir. He
thought thai a good deal of the spawn of flab
had washed d<mn through the coudutt and
been distributed through the pipes. l>r. Townsliend
Nald that two yean ago the water of
Brooklyn had the same tlst.y odor, and everybody
complaincd of lu There it was traced to
vegetable growth In the water, and be iiltlw
that might be the cause of tbe trouble la the
water supplied to Washington. The health uA>
cer said that wiille vegetable growth In tbe
reservoir might have sotrn thing to do with It,
he believed the fish spuu u coming down
through the pljs-s was the principal cause of tbe
odor.
It is the purpose of the health officer and hla
associate physicians upon the trip to make a
thorough investigation. There la another
source to which the unplcasaut smell of tbe
water may be attributed, aud which, perhaps,
the investigating board have not yet thought
; of. The reservoirs are fUll of schools o( small
1 tish,commonly designated "wluter shad." Tbey
resemble the shad in formation aud color, but
are very small iu sise. These tish llvelu schools,
and often get down against the outlet screeus
of t he reservoirs and there die by the thousand.
It is principally in cold weather that tbey die
iu such large numbers, but possibly the Inrnma
ing uumber ol this species ol lisiriu the reservoir
may have soiuethiug to do with tbe Hah/
odor imparted to the water.
The Cabinet Mkktiko To-i?at.?Secretaries
Uayard and Whitney were the only abaeuteeS
from the regular cabinet meetiug to-day.
Se?? Mrtefb.
The Gladstone government was defeated la
the house of commons last night on the second
reading of the budget uy a \ote ot 204 to J&2.
Tbe lirltlsh cabinet yesterday reached acoiuiuomiseon
the Irish crimes act, Htr Charles
lilkcand Mr. Chamberlain accepting a modilied
act U> run two years.
There wa> 110 sale at Mrs. I'arnell's residence
at Uordentown, X. J., yesterday, tbe claim
against her property haviug been s*ntled.
Uobbers wrecked a train on lite railroad from
Koslofl' to Koslotf, Russia, yesterday, ninety
persons being killed or injured. Tbe robbers
then plundered the passengers.
Walter C. Whipple, aged twenty-four, son of
Adjutant General Whipple, ot Gov. Hancock's
stall, committed suicide In Niw York laotevculng
by snooting himself. He a as a student at a
medical college aud is thought to have hssn
suticriug from the effect* of over study.
It Is now learued that then have been elevea
cases of Asiatic cholera in Madrid.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Osterhotti, of Charleston.
8. C., have died from drlukiug water from a
louled cistern.
MEB.
BRADFORD. Ou Saiurdav, June 6th. 188ft. at Out
fax Pinter county. Caiiloriila, WiLMEJt ss*"PoUl),
formerly oi Wsslnugwuu, li. C *
tAsKTUn June mil. idsft, at 2:10a.KL* Mra.
K A it. CAaiaTLufa, Uie beloved aile of lsinok
cairtloe.
Police of the funeral hereafter. e
COX. Sunday-, Juue 7. 1H85, VIRU1E, lofkut
dau^'Lier of (samuel W. and Laura A. Cue.
NOLAN, uu TueeUay t Juue Win. lfM>5, of scarlet
fever. ItAMlh, beloved and oul) tlaugtiler of James
ii. and Mary A. Nolaa, a?ed S r-?-- * ?rf'tit i?|
2 Uays.
S CMUER (J LOTH I NO.
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF *UlCXlCfc
CLOTHING BHOtJLD BE PLEASED TO
bliOW WHAT WE HAVE PRODUCED IK
THIS LINE. SOME PEOPLE PREFER TO
WEAR CAH81MERES. IN cinarOTB?
WE HAVE MADE REDUCTION IX SEVERAL
LOTH. OUR SERAE SUITS, IM
BEVEN DIFFERENT aw A t>M AT f llUtt,
ARE THE REbT TH1NO WE HAVE EVEH
PRODUCED, SO IF YOU WISH A OUOL
SUIT BE SURE AND SEE THEM.
GEOROK bPRANSY.
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER,
i?3 C07 SEVENTH MTREET X.W.
Debikalbe Dry Goom
1,200 YARDS COLORED CHEESE CLOTH, YAHD
WIDE, BEAUTIFUL OUhORS, AT Ida
100 PIECEB OOOD STYLE OINOHAHS AT Ml
REDUCED FROM 1S%C.
NEW STYES BATISTE, AT IS AND Me.
6,000 YARDS PACIFIC LAWNS, AT ftc* REDUCED
FROM 12%a
S^OO YARDS PART LINEN LAWN, A1 Sc.
NEW PATTERNS SATINES,AT 13%, Ua 2 .
PARSSCUS AT UDW THAN COT.. TO CL0SA
OUT,
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OBOl J. JOHNSON A UHTBEU,
J? W Market ?pes?
Oum New Southpatent
ROLLER PTiriH FLOUK
Ajra
W. HL TENNEY FAMILY FLOUR.
Alter nearly a year'eexperlsaee R is prvrm tbat
tbaae Sean eanaet be eaoaUaS brat^- weateraSwe.
Oar aeOSi wbsUjar to aaaac-^i
W. H. TENNEY A SOW, MMSMaes
JaS-St Noa sftis te SftSft E atteet aottbwvM
QFFICEOFW^LAJ^^
PHILADELPHIA DECEMBER C IMS
M?i EISNER A MJOilHiaOK.
SOLE AOEK1S OF JOHANN HOFTS
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