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THE PAY OF CONGRESSMEN.
Wkat Legislator* Received for their
Smlrit In Years Gone by.
If the (hade* of the members of the first Con
gress and its immediate snccessors could read
e*-Senator Chace's strong appeal for better
pa* for members of Congress they would surely
smile, if shades erer smile. The salary of
#5.000 a year and mileage now paid to a Sena
tor or Representative, with the additional, in
the Senator's case, for the pay of a private sec
retary. wonld have seemed to these dead and
gone Congressmen an allowance fit for a king.
Tbe first members of Congress were paid $6 a
day for actual attendance at the session of Con
gress. Sometimes a member had to make a
Journey on horseback of 500 miles in order to
atteud the session. He was allowed a mileage
of iti for every 20 miles he had to travel in going
to or returning from a session. Taking delays
on account of bad weather and bad roads into
consideration. 20 miles was about ?n average
day s journey, so he was paid, practically. *?> a
day from tbe time he left home until he re
turned. A member of Congress now receives
a mileage of 20 cents a mile, but as he can
travel a; the rate ot 40 miles an hour, the time
he loses on the road is paid lor at a very fair
figure. The first Congress, too. had a very ef
fective provision against absenteeism. No
member could draw his ??> a day unless the
record showed that he was present. An excep
tion to the rule was made only in a ease of
detention by sickness. After March 4.
17S>5. it appears that Senators received ?7
? day, but members of the lower he-use
continued to draw but (0. In lHlti
the first move in the direction of an annual
?alary without regard to attendance was made
and Congress voted its members $1,300 a year.
Congress evidently received some sharp rebuke
for this extravagance, for the law w.ii^epealed
the next year and shortly afterwards the com
pensation was fixed at eight dollars per diem.
These statesmen of the new re public received
their pay m a much depreciated currency, but
the style of living then prevailing at the na
tVmal capital whs simple and eight dollars a
.lay even with a discount off was enough to
provide a member with the ordinary comforts
of the tune. In lloti the pay was raised to
#6.000 for service in one Congress or ?3.000 a
J?ar. At the date of the war the advauce was
made to $5,000 a year. Iu 1S74 a further ad
\acve was made to c7.500 a year, and Congress
made itself ridiculous by voting itse lf back pav
at that rate from the beginning of the Congres
sional term and then hastily repealing the law
increasing the congressional salaries under
?tress of popular condemnation. Some mem
bers, however, kept their back pay. It is not
safe for any man in Congress to begin au
agitation for an increase of pay. but a
man who has resigned his seat, as Mr. Chace
has. and returned to private life can. without
rendering himself open to criticism, begin the
.-ampaign. In tverv new Congress sotne men
?re misaed who have declined reelection be
cause they cannot afford to serve. Some busy
members pay out ready to their clerks as much
a* they receive in salary. It is said sometimes,
as a reproach, that only rich men can get into
the Senate. It might i>e said with equal truth
that only rich nieu can afford to go to the
benate.
LATE * OK I .M.N NEWS
Gen. Boulanger has made application to the
swi** government for permission to reside in
Geneva.
The 1'rince of Nassau will take the oath as
reg. nt of Luxemburg on Thnrsdav. the king of
Holland, who is grand duke of Luxemburg. |
having bet n declared incapable of governing. 1
M. lie Freycinet, French minister of war, is '
iU.
In the honse of commons last night the lord
advocate introduced a bill providing lor" local i
gov. mm. ut in Scotland.
Mr. Gladstone dined last evening with his !
fornit r private secretary. Mr. Hamilton. His1
host lives in the top rt.it of tiie highest apart- ,
nit nt ho Us* m park lane, and the building is |
not supplied with an elevator. The aged ex- I
premier was. therefore, compelled to climb ;
eighty steps.
Count Ilall' strem. who was for a long time j
an editor iu Munich, and is now supposed to be
in America, has been tried during his absence
and sentenced to a t. rm in prison lor embezzle
ment.' He has also been condemned to refund
to hi* victims 12.000 marks.
An immense terrestrial globe on the scalc of
one millionth will be shonnat the Parisexhihi- j
tion. The- glob.- m< a?ure* 13 meters indiameter. i
Paris will barely occupy a square centimeter of
iVs surface.
The system to relieve street traffic in Paris
as ]*opo?ed by M. Berlier consists substantially
of a .vstern of subterranean cast-iron tubes.
li.4 t?et in diameter and about 10 miles in total
ength.
Henry M. Stanley"* letter relating to the geo
l^raphicai and ethnological result* of his expe
dition was read before the Boyal geographical
society. Londou.
Ex-King Milan of Servia has started on a six
weeks' tour in Palestine.
Dr. ?on Mayboch has withdrawn his resigna
tion of the olhce of Prussian minister of public
work*.
"Albert Edward, hi* wife and two younger
girls, i* the London S/tir'g democratic desig
nation of tbe coming king and queen of tu
flaud and the Princesses Victoria and Maud of
Tales.
The body of a boy named Steinfatt was found
at au early hour vest* rday on a road near Ham
burg? lhe boy'* throat had bee-n cut and his
abdomen ripped op? n and his entrails removed, i
The body wa? otherwise shockingly mutilated.
- ? ?
Mr. ItaiicroftS JMan Friday.
From America
He w? born in the last year of the eighteenth !
century. October 3. lodO. Herman Blaatz, his
luan iriday. is determined th.tt hi* master
?hail live till 1901, thus spanning part of three
centuries, fit career for tlie author of Ban- I
croft s History. Hermann is a familiar figure
to all \\ ..siniigtou and all Newport. He is au
tocrat of the Bancroft front door and aute
chaml.tr. Poor luck to those who displease
Hermann if they expect aught ot the veteran
historian. The stalwart factotum has been
known to say to people of high official dignity: !
"Mrs. Bancroft Is in. but she cannot see you. She .
don t care to see you. and you don't reallv '
want to see her, so you are* suited on both
sides i auf beiden Seltcii His late mistress
was extremely amused to have tlus jocular re
mark repeated to her by au intimate friend to
whom the outspoken and overfaithful door
keeper had refused admission.
Soon after tbe death of Mr. Corcoran his
body-servant began to look around for a place.
Meeting a prominent official in the Depart
ment of .Justice, who had been an intimate
friend of the philantnropist. this man asked for
an appointment ot some kind. The official,
after some reflection, said: "I can onlv think
of one vacancy just now in our department of
governm-nt. that is the chief justiceship."'
"Oh. *ir replied the applicant. "I had not
thought of that, but since you are so kind as to
?uggest it, pleaee bear me in mind."
. ?. ?
\\ .isicd Time.
Fftm the Boston IVa, jii.
b Would be au intere*ting experiment for
woifcen if some of them would keep an account
of time just for one week as thev would
keep a cash account. Perhaps they would be
astonished to find how easily time, like money,
is frittered away. Surely there are just a*
many hoars in the day as there were when j
your grandmother, my dear Mrs. B.. brought
up her family of seven children, doing all their ?
sewing and mending, as well as a considerable
portion of the housework, yet she found time
lor an occasional afternoon aith a neighbor or 1
friend, and for her correspondence, aud didn't
talk half as much about "not having anv time" j
as yoa do.
He Thought It Was Mean.
From the Boston Record.
In a home on Commonwealth avenue, not 1
?any evenings since, the father, unwonted to
?uch duties, thought it incumbent upon him at
a certain period during the evening's exercises
to take his youngest son upstair* for a short
outing, based upon the child"* disobedience to j
its mother. The echoes from the interview
penetrated to the parlor, and while there wan
great sympathy for the affiicted heir-apparent,
a laugh could not well be restrained when. in |
the m.dst of the "boo-hoos." was heard the
?brill, treble voice: "Pa. I tnink it's real mean I
for you to spank me. Why don't yon let j
una do her own work?"
Jumps Bay. the English pedestrian, who has
? record of vrj miles in seventy-two hour*, ar
rived at New York Saturday on the Adriatic.
He will take part in the walking match to come
sB at Uadi.ou Square garden May 5.
A (.real I ry for More Women
baa t?*ii going up from the far west for a good
nuuif year*. Hut lb*- cry la bul for pale, haggard,
tebtlltatad women. Thn pushing waateru men
tr> UK kuiUsw for tx-au'y. but they need healthy
wivaa A groat cry for health is .-onttnually going
up frem Ihousaula of v.men. youhg aud Old, all
li'M the aarth ? ounUaaa reuie nave appeared
la auawer. A law bin s>avs?|<d, and uone hold
a higher placa 'ban lia. IMSBCK'a ftviwin l'Me
?cairrtuii, a aurarura for all u*?e [>e?nillar "weak
n?s*s?- and dlatfssaiag aUmauta peculiar to tho
?
WOMEN WITH THE BALLOT.
The Experiment in Progress In Kansas.
A STATE IX WHICH FEMALE SUFFRAGE IS AX AC
COMPLISHED FACT THE WAT IS WHICH IT
WORKS.
From the Xew York Times.
Topeka. Kas., April 7.?Thousands of women
participated in the municipal elections held
throughout Kansas last week. In Topeka alone
over 2.300 voted, and in Leavenworth, Wichita,
Atchison. Fort Scott, and smaller cities the
numbers far exceeded those of 1887. No issue
other than that of decent municipal govern
ment was presented, and the accepted explana
tion of this large vote is that the women now
fully appreciate the fruits of the victory they
won two years ago.
The scenes at the polls certainly sustained
this view of the situation. In Topeka the wo
men displayed more enthusiasm than the men.
They not only went to the polls and worked,
but many of the most influential of them sent
their carriages to remote parts of the citv and
brought in numbers of their less-happi'lv-cir
cumstanced sisters, who needed but the one in
centive of rapid transit to make them good
nineteenth-century Kansas citizens. Hundreds
of colored women visited the voting places dur
ing the day. and many of these electioneered
with nil the art of practical politicians. Every
hack or earyall in the city was called into serv
ice. and it nas noticeable that the -black vote"
required more transportation than its paler ad
junct of civilization. Much to tflfe disgust of
the republicans, most of the white women voted
tor the democratic candidates for mavor in To
pi ka. Leavenworth, and Atchison. In the for
mer city the republican nominee was confess
edly a "ringster." while in Leavenworth the no
torious Col. Kan Anthony, brother of Susan B
headed the republican ticket. Susan B. \ii
thony came out from Rochester to help the
colonel, but the women proved too much for
them, and he was snowed under by 700 major
' i '"possible that Miss Anthonv is not so
much in favor of woman suffrage in Kansas us
she was a week ago.
Totln? f'?ce in Topeka. and presum
ably the other cities, a partition separated the
men and women as they deposited their ballots,
i lie women seemed more impressed with the
responsibi.ity of their act. and scrutinized their
tickets carefully before passing them through
the windows. Out in this benighted country the
names of all the candidates are printed on long
sheets of paper. With charming frankness
nian\ of the ladies who voted for the tirst time
produced pencils and "scratched" their tickets
and then handed them to the clerks unfold d
and with the changes visible to the canvassers
In an alley near one of the polls three white
women were seen in earnest conversation with
a colored dame, who evidently could not read,
but desired to vote the straight republican
ticket Mi. was finally provided with u ticket
that added another nail to the coftin of the re
publican candidate for mayor, and she marched
up to the window and handed it in with the
air of a qu?>en.
During the day many cases of husband and
wire voting oppositely came to notice, and ,
these- have already been cited in attempted ;
r? iiitation to the claim that women are largelv
infl tie need by their husbands. It is asserted
lurther that manv men were indnced to change
their votes on Tuesday through the arguments
- ..e'r. e r halves. The result, particularly
in this banner republican citv, would certainly
indicate something of this nature.
Kansas, the great experimAital ground of the
nation, seems to have settled the question of
municipal suffrage for women to the satisfac- :
tion of a large majority of its own people at !
least In Cottonwood Falls and lJossvillc, two
small cities, the entire government has just
be< n placed in the hands of women. Oskaloosa
lias been governed by women for the past two
years, and the people seem to be pleased, for
tin y have re-clected thoin.
1 he opponents ot the movement appear to
have accepted defeat philosophically. "What's
the use ot keeping up the fight?" said a promi
nent democrat to-dav. in concluding some verv
vigorous remarks on the subject; "the thing is
evidently here to stay, just as prohibition is.
and although I know it is bound to exert a
harmful influence upon the character of women,
I realize the folly ot" trying to change the
situation. When a movement like this gets
a footing in Kansas the wisest plan is to staud
from under.
The Chicago Election.
POLITICIANS WHO CLAIM THAT IT WAS ILLEOAL.
I he announcement was made in Chicago yes
terday that it had been discovered that the
recent election in that city was illegal. This
state of affairs grows out of a decision rendered
by the supreme court of the state to the effect !
that the town of Brighton Park and other por
Hons of the township of Cicero had been, bv a !
yote ot the pe ople on November 17.1887. legally 1
annexed to the townships of South and West
( hicago. Previous to the annexation the town
ships oi South and West Chicago were entirely
?-? i 1 w'thin limits of the citv of Chicago"
Willie the decision ot the court annexe d the
new territory to the townshios it did not oper
ate- to make it a part of the city, the power to
extend the limits of which rests with the citv
council Therein lies all of the trouble. It is >
claimed that if the present republican adminis
tration is willing to invoke the law it can hold
over and prevent the newly-elected democrats i
from taking their seats. It is said that Mavor I
Koache has consulted the corporation counsel
in regard to the natters, but it cannot be
learned that any decWon as to what action !
shall be taken has bean reached.
? ???
Seasonable Smiles.
A crucial ttst. President Harrison's probi
ty is about to und- rgo a very severe test He
is going on a lishing trip.-S/. J-'ionetr '
rcriw. I
Jenkins to Henkins (after vainlv trying to
understand a message over the telephone wire,
J hat s right. Get mad! I can hear vou all
right now.?At-?/* Ihicen J'al/iviiuTn.
John Wanamaker has "lately marked down
.Matt Quay s influence with the post-office de
partment. and the lot is now offered to the
Ut a KrC*'ly rcductd ligure.?Chicago
Marguerite, a blue-eyed cherub of five vears,
knows how she wants the gas turned when she
is ready for sleep. After she had said her
prayers a few nights ago. and as her mother
was preparing to lower the gas jet, she said:
.- I '"'?- turn it to just a pimple," and then
closed her eyes to sleep and dream of "Pit's iu
Clover. ?Lvjf'alo Courier.
He was oil the point of proposing, but
thought better of it for the moment and con
tinue i the conversation because of an organ
grinder outside. W hen the music stopped he
said: "So you've never been in Europe. Miss
Clara/ "Oh. no," she replied, "I never ex
pect to see Europe until my wedding trip?"
I hen he continued to continue the conversa
tion.? Hnrptr'n Monthly.
Ihere are some incidental advantages con
nected with that practice?considered so repre
hensible in many quarters?of "stealing a min
ister. A church not 1.000 miles away froln
the state-house, which has been seeking a
ieaelcr for a number of month ;, has been m
strutne ntal in causing the salaries of four men
to be raised.?]Ujst*>n ('owjrtyatioiia/ist.
Mr. Spurgeon recently remarked that "as
soon as a mail begins to lose his religion he be
gins to want to know who Cain's wife was "
In our experience, such people generally have
a kind ot occult sympathy with Judas, and are
curious to know whether he partook of the sup
P^i*.?Christian Inquirer.
1 he less head a man has the more frequently
he loses it.?Oil City Blizzard.
Colored clergyman (to Miss Blanche, a mem
ber of his flock;?"Look heah, chile, vou 'tracts
too much tcnsliun wid dem fine close' of vourn
ion go take off dem close."
Mi^ Blanche- Huh, me take off dese close?
t en 111 tract moor tenshun that I dus now
1 cer'i ?> ??r't v ,s/>rd to h,ar -vou t,,ik
cert n y is. ?Surf oik Journal, of Commerce
The Marquette' Lanel Cirant.
A DECISION IK FAVOR OF THE 8cBIPFtR8 WHICH
Will be appealed.
The register and receiver of the land of
ce for the Marquette, Michigan, district have
decided in favor or the scrip locations on the
lands within the indemnity limits of the old
Marquette, Houghton and Ontonagon railroad
homestead in fCUre<1 forfe'tod ** ?K?inst the
nomeftteau and preemption settlers who
claimed the lands in dispute by virtue of actual
entry thereon as soon as they were thrown open
to entry as against the scrippers. who had pre
viously applied for the land. P
A Desperado Killed by ?~Boy
A dispatch from Kuoxville, Tennessee, savs:
Intelligence has been received of another
terrible scene i? the Granger countv
tragedy, enacted late Fridav night. I)?n
v , Wb? ? Wa" joi,ltl-v "accused with
\> ooihnberger in killing Sheriff Greenlee. w?s
surprised in a thicket on Clinch river, near his
home, by a sixteen-year-old bov. who was one
of a posse searching for him. Beeler wss or!
dered to throw up his hands. Instead of doiu*
this he reached for his gun. swearing he would
never surrender. The boy then fired both
barrels of his gnu. fairly riddling the desper
ado with buckshot, there is also a rumor
tuat two others of the Woolfinberger ttunu were
killed at the same time.
Sylvester Lacy, colored, a stamper in the
Philadelphia post-oflice, has been arrested,
churged with stealing letters.
W ? B. Moses &, Sox.
No,. 520, 522,524, 526. S'28, and 530 11th St. n.w
ASD
No*. 1100 and 1102 F it. n.w?
Waahington. D. a
Furniture, Carpets, Upholstery Goods, Interior
Decorations, Ac., he.
MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS
For Eoirltah Bnuta Bedsteads and Cribs, Hartford
Woven Wire Mattresses. Parquet Flooritur, Mosaic
Wood Flooring, Venetian BUnds, Moorish Fret Work,
Berlin Carpets. Steel Door Mats. Best Carpet Sweepers.
The Cataract Washing Machine and Lace Curtain
Stretchers.
REFRIGERATORS.
We show the latvest assortment we have ever had.
Call and see them, or write for catalogue. There ure
over 100 different styles, varying in price from $2.75
to #50.
BABY CARRIAGES.
We have over 100 different styles of Baby Carriages,
from $5 to $50. We sell all the Parts, and can make
Carriages to order, or repair them, at short notice.
Write for catalogue if you cannot call and inspect
the stock.
BICYCLES, TRICYCLES AND VELOCIPEDE3
of all styles and sizes of liest and cheapest makes.
The same bargains advertised last week) in eaeli De
partment will be offered this week. In cases where the
lots have been sold out something of equal value will
j be offered.
SLIP OR LOOSE COVERS FOR FURNITURE.
I Our assortment of slip cover goods is unsurpassed.
' and includes everything made for this rurpose froiu
! tiie commonest to the best materials, and our farflitit s
for cutting, lifting snd making are the very best, en -
abling us to guarantee a perfect lit in every case, and
to cut covers in eitner an inferior or perfect style as
desired.
STRAW MATTINGS.
300 rolls White Matting, at $3.00 per roll of 40
yariU
5(H) rolls Fancy Matting, at $4 per roll of 40 yards.
'.'00 rolls extra heavy Fancy Matting, at ITHc. per
' yard.
250 rolls extra heavy White and Fancy Matting, at
! 25c. per yard.
| One yard, one and a half and two yards wide Oil
; cloths, at 19c. per square yard.
RUG DEPARTMENT.
| $1 Smyrna Mats. 10 in. x 32 in., 50c. each.
$1.50 Smyrna Mats. 18 in. x 3<> in., 75c. each.
$2.50 Smyrna Kugs, 1 ft. 0 in. x3tt. Win., $1.25
each.
$3.50 Smyrna Rugs, 2 ft. 2 in. x 4 ft. Gin., $1.75
each.
$4.50 Smyrna Rugs. 2 ft. ti in. x 5 ft.. $2.50 each.
$0.50 Smyrna Rugs, 3 ft. x ti ft.. $3 75 each.
#10.25 Smyrna Rugs, 4 ft. x 7 ft.. $ >.25 each.
$30 Tapestry Carpet, 10 ft. 0 in.xl4 ft. 0 in., $20.
#28 Tapestry Carpet, 10ft. ti in.xl.3ft. 2 in.. $1S.
#28 Tapestry Carpet, 10 ft. 0 in.xl'J ft. ?in., $18.
$'.'5 Tapestry Carpet, 8 ft. 3 in.x!4ft.. $10.
$28.50Tapestry Cari>et, 10ft. ti m.< 12ft. Hill., $15.
$20 'lspestry Carpet. Si ft. 0 in.x 12 it. 0 in.. #10.
$25 Velvet Carpet, 8 ft. 3iu.x8 ft..3 in., $15.
#27 Velvet Carpet, hit. 8 in.xtt It. !> in., $15.
# 1 !?.50 Tapestry Carpet. 8 ft. 3 in.xl 1 ft. 3in? $10.
#35 \ civet Cari et, 10 !t. 0 in.x 13 ft. 0 in.. #22.50.
420 Taj estry Carpet, 10 ft. 0 iti xl2 ft. !? in . $ 15.
$22.50 Tapestry Carpet, S? ft. 4 in.xlOft. 8 in., #12,
WINDOW SHADES.
We carry in stock all color* of the different mate- 1
rial" and kinds of fixtures for Window Shades, as well j
as a full line of ready-made shades, from 25c. each, j
full size and complete, ready to put up. If y >u are in i
need of anything in this line write or call for samples
and estimates.
WIKE WINDW SCREENS.
We have Wire Window Screens froin 35c. up to fit
any ordinary window.
Also, a lot of Sc reen Frames, which, when covered
with wire and made to slide up and down on either
the insi ie or outside of windows, cost about 10c. a |
square foot.
Then we have the best Screen made for fine houses.
We make and fit these to all sizes of Windows and
Doors, and finish to match the woodwork of the room.
Screen Doors of all sizes, ol the bent workmanship,
are a si?ecialty.
W. B. MOSES k SOX,
Nos. 5120, 524, ">*-'(3, 528 and 530 Eleventh
street northwest,
and
No. 1100 and 1102 F street northwest,
Washington, D. C. apG
1*. S. Williams Si Co.
DRUGGISTS.
UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE, a
Corner 9th and 1' sts. n.w., "
Are Retailing at Actual W holt sale Prices, as shown by
the following partial list :
Ql'INIXE.
1 dozen 1-grain Capsules T. !lc.
? ?? r>c
4tk
7c.
lOO :t-K"rai!i Cap?tdcs 55c.
I dozen 5-irraiu Capsules lsic.
10o5-grain Capsules 00c.
100 (Train* (Quinine, Powers A: Weightman 20c.
'1 he beat Triple Lxtracts in bulk 35c. per oz.
Ued. Keg.
Pi *ice. Price.
Allcocli's Porous Plasters 10 1?">
German Porous Plasters. 10c.; 3 for 25 20
Ayer's Sursaparilla.... Oil 1 00
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral 00 1 00
Ayer's Hair \ igor 58 75
Ayer's Cathartic Pills 15 *25
Bay Hum. lmj-orted, large bottles 20 35
Bovmine, small size 45 00
Bovinine, larg** size Oil 1 00
Bull s Cough Syrup IS 2.5
Brown's.Jam. (.imgtr 35 50
Vtilliams' Jam. Oinirer 30 IVO ?
Iknson's CajK-ine Plasters, 13c.; 2 lor.. 25 25 !
Williams' liiieumatic Piasters .10 25
Cutirura S? ap 15
Cutietira Ointment 35 50
Cuticura Resolvent Oil 100
Casnmere Bououet Soap 21 25
Carter's Little Liver Pills, 13c.. 2 for.. 25 25
William* Little Liver Pills, the best 10 25
Carurick's Soluble F*?od, Med 35 50
Camrick's soluble Food, large (30 100
Caiiiornia lig Svrup, 35 50
Elv's Cream Balm 35 50 '
, Elferwscing BromoC&tfein 75 1 00
I 1 eliow's s\run llynoMiosphites JHl 1 50 {
I wilitamv Coin *y rnp Hypopliosphites.. 1 00 i
| Hop Bitters, per ltottle 07 I 00 1
II on tetter's Bitters Oil 1 OO
Hood's Sarsaparilla 0i? 1 00 I
j Horstoru's Acid Phoephaies, small 3.? 50
i liorslord's Acid PhoHpliates, large 0:> 1 00 j
1 Holt's Malt (Tarrant's) 28 .S.i |
ilotl's Malt (Eisner's) v 30 40
; Humphrey's Specifics, Nos. 1 to 15 15 X.'.) :
liunyadi Water, per Bottle 25
Hanson's Corn Salve, He., 3 for 2n 15
Iron Bitters, per Bottle 50 1 0<?
Mellin's l ??od, per Bottle 5;> 15
Nellie s Milk Food 3S 50 I
Pear's Soap, per Cake 12 20 |
Pond's Extract, per Bottle 34 50;
llso's Coiiu-li >yrup 1H 25
Prussian < ough Syrup 15 25 ;
Parker's Hair Balaam 35 50 1
j Pierce's Gulden Med. Discover)' 09 1 (i(> ?
Pierce's Favorite Prescription OS) 1 00
j Pierce's Purgative Pel let ts 15 25 ,
. Schenck'a Pills, per box 15 25 j
! s. s. S., small size 07 1 00
, s. 8. 8.? ltwu size 1 17 "i 75
hauford's Cataarb Cure 75 1 00
Hcott's 1 d*i< n c. ?i Liv< rOil t?7 1 00
1 Tarrant s Seltzer Aj?erient 09 1 00 :
Vaseline, Pure, small size 05 10
VaseUne, Pure, larfi >??.?. os 1ft
Vaseline, Itire, the largest bottles 15 *i't
Vaseline Pomade, |<er Bottle 10 20
Warner's Sate 1111s, per Bottle 15 25
v.j. i. i^s Kidney and Liver Cure S."? 1 25
W \etli's Beef Iron and Wine 00 100
Williams' Beei Iron and Wine (fresh)
and the Be?r no 100
W llbor's CodJ.iver Oil and Lime 00 100
Williams' Phosphatic Emulsion, the
Iwst, tfr?'??ht in )?iiit lx>tti*:H 70 1 00
Water ol Ammonia, Full Strength 10 25 |
Williams' Com p. Sarsai>arilla 50
W liliauis' 1(('S?' T;>oth Powder 25
Wihia.as't^uinie and hum Ha;r Tonic.. 50
llandolii:e is nne<pialed as a brautifier of the coni
plexion. mi indist?ensible requisite t*? the Ladie4(
1 oiiet. it renders tlit- skin white, si.iooth and soft, ami
presents chapping. Every lady should use it. Per
bottle, 25c. ? (
l'.lieun:a;>fia. an infallil?le external remedy for Neu
ralgia. H?*ad?' he and Toothache. It never fails to rive
immediate relief in the most olwtiuatc cases. Give it
atrial. 25c.
P li ESC K1PT IONS.
Our prices for prescriptions liuve been reduced in
rr??i?ortioii to otlier K""od*. We use only the purest
drugs and chemicals from the ino*t reliable maiiuiac
ttirers. We cheerfully invite a caretul inspection of
this department b> the physicians.
L?on't mistake the place?THE TEMPLE DKUG
h'lOKE, under Masonic Temple, corner 0th and F sts.
mh'JN-eo F. S. W ILLIAMS & CO., Proprietors.
- a * c.| .*C
i dozen 2-graiu Caj >ales -5c
100 2-gram < apsui s 40c.
1 dozen 3-gram Capsules __<c
FIKE ! FIKE !! 1" IKE ! !!
THE WONDEKFUL BARGAINS
AT IHlSSALt STILL CONTINUE,
And only a 1? W More Da>s K MM alii.
The insurance company have engaged t*:*ht experi
enced saleBinen from this city to wait on you. Socio
not delay, but come at once, and you will see the
BIGGEST BARGAINS EVEtt OFFERED.
Men's,Elegant All-Wool Suits, $4.S7, <5.25, and
(0.50,
Men's Fine Corkscrew Suits, Blue and Black, $0.75,
i 1 50 ami #8.00.
Imported Prince Albert Coats and Vests, satin-faced
i)k-niunhed lining, jwrlect fitting. #0.75: worth *20.
Children's suit*, strictly all wov 41.20, *1.45.
$102, and #1.87.
Nobby Spring Overcoats, &4.o0, $5. $5.50, $0 and
40 75.
Men's Pants, all the leading styles. #1.25, #1.50,
* 1 75. the finest quality, 9'^% #2.50, #2.75, in Stripes
and Checks.
The invurance company have decided to close the
enure stock out at private tale.
!)11 F H I'. N. W.
Six Doors from Oth mhl-3m
Heating 13 v Hot >v ATEK
CIRCULATION.
THE SAFEST, MOST ECONOMICAL, HEALTHFUL.
ASD 8AT1SFACTOKY MODE OF HEA'i
1NG DWELLINGS^ kc.
THE SPENCE HOT WATER BOILER
Work, perfectly, 1, nuuelni, and require, no more
attention than an ordlu.rj stove. Heat under perfect
control and without wa.tr. in all totnperaturea, from
mild to lero weatber. Inapection of boiler and of
teatlinonlala invited. Alao a?euta for tb, Pluiumer
uteaiii Heater, on, of tbe beat.
VAUX * IRWIN,
mlO-wlin* 5-7 luth at. n.w.
AUCTION SALES.
LEY, Auctioneer.
po
?I will tell ? large stock of Groceries contained In
store No. 727 6th street south went, THURSDAY,
AI'KIL ELEVENTH, at TEN A. M. This stock con
sists in j*art as follow?: Can Goods, Bpices, Mustard,
Starch. Pickles, Baking Powder, Curars Tobacco,
Counter. Shelving, Ice Box, Scales, Coffee Mill. Show
Case, ana many other troods usua ly found in a first
ciasH grocery store. The trade is inn ted, as the goods
must be sold without reserve It*
JJUNCAN90N BROS., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES* SALE OF THREF-8T0RY BRICK
DWELLING, NO. 1316 I STREET NORTHWEST,
OPPOSITE FRANKLIN PARK.
By virtue of a deed of trust, duly recorded in Liber
No. lti9o, folio 128, et seq., of the land records of the
District oi Columbia, we will sell, at public auction, in
front of the premises, on TUESDAY. THE SIX
TEENTH DAY OF APRIL, A.D. 1SM9. AT FIVE
O'CLOCK P.M., all that piece or parcel of land and
premises known and designated on plat of Washington
Citv, D.C , as part of Lot in square No. 250 (more
fuliy descril>ea in deed of trust). Iron tin* 20 feet on I
street nortli, with depth of 100 feet, improved by
Brick Dwelling. No. 1316 I street northwest.
Terms: The amount ot indebtedness, $3.000,and
expenses of sale in cash; balance on long time at 6
per cent interest, payable semi-annually, and to be se
cured by deed of trust on premises, or all cash, at op
tion of purchaser. A deposit of $2o0 required at time
of sale. Co&Tejiocioff, ut purliswirt cost.
Terms of sale to be complied with in 10 days lrum
day of ssle; otherwise. Trustees reserve the ritrht to
resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting
purchaser alter five days' public notice in the Evening
Star uewspaj?er.
Columbia Coin pan v abstract shown st sale.
BCsHROD ROBINSON.' Trn.irrn
Sp9-td W. L. CHERY, > irustees.
I)
UNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers.
CiHANCF.RY SALE Ol VALUABLE IMPROVED
t PROPERTY AT CORNER OF 1IRST AND C
Si REE IS NORTHWEST. #
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the
District of Columbia, made and entered in equity
i cause No. 10440, Charles A. Elliot et al. vs. John 11.
! Rt.ss et al.t the undersigned, trustee, on TUESDAY,
the TWENTY-THIRD DAY OF APRIL, A. D. l>Si*.
lit HALF PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., will offer t >r
| sale at public auction in front of the premises, all the
estate, right, title and interest of the parties to said
cau<e in und to original lot nine (9) in squsre six hun
j dred and thirty-three (033\ in the city of Washington,
i in the District ot Columbia.
Trmsofsate: One-third of the purchase money in
j cash and the balance in one and two years, deferred
I payments to bear interest at 6 percent i?er annum and
; l>e secured by deed of trust on the property sold, or
! the purchaser may j ay all cash, at his option. Ail con
veyancing and recording at cost of purchaser. A de
posit of $.%oo will be required at time of sale, and the
terms of sale to be complied with in ten days from day
ot sale, otherwise the trustee reserves the riirht to re
sell the property nt the risk and <-..st of the defaulting
purchaser, after five days' previous advertisement in
1 he Kvening Star, a newspaper published in the city
of Washington, I). C. RUTLEDGE WILSON,
ap9 imdids Trustee.
UNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES* SALE OFMMPROVED PROPERTY ON
CANAL ROAD, NKAR AQUEDUCT BRIDGE.
GEORGETOWN. AND I NIMPROVED l'ROP
EKTYON FOUR-AND-A-HALF STREET, NEAR
II STREET SOUTH.
By virtue of two certain deeds of trust, dated
respectively November 2;id, 1875, and September
20. 1870, and recorded in Liber No. 800, Folio 407
:m<i Liber No. 83(5, Folio 30. of the land records of the
District of Columbia, and, at the request of the party j
secured thereby, we will sell at public auction, in front
of tlie premises, the following described property, and
on the days and hours named, to wit: On MONDAY,
t lie 1 WENTY-sKroND day of APRIL, IHSU.at H ALF
PAST 11VE O'CLOCK P. M., Lots numbered 41. 42,
43, 14. 60, 70 and part of SO.in the addition to George
town of part <-f a tract of land called "Fox," the same
being situated on the Canal Road near the Aqueduct
Bridge, and containing 14,000 square feet (more or
less) of land,improved by several frame houses.
On Ti l SDAi, THE TWENTY-1 HlhD DAY OF
AI'KIL, 1889. at 5:30 O'CLOCK P. M.. all of lot num
bered thirty-four < 34), in square numbered four hun
dred and ninety-eight (498), situated on the west side
ol 4^ street, between H and I streets southwest, in
the city of Washington, D. C., being an unimproved
lot.
Terms of sale: One third cash: balance in three |
eqnal payments, at six, twelve, and eighteen months, ;
with notes bearing interest at six pei cant per annum
from day of sale until paid ami secured by dee 1 of
trust on property sold. A deposit of $100 required at
time ot each sale, and all conveyancing and recording j
at purchaser's cost. Terms of sale must Is* complied
within seven days from date of sale,and in default ;
thereof, trustees reserve the right to resell the prop
erty at risk anil cost of d faulting purchaser after five
days1 public advertisement.
PHILIP F. LARNFR, \ Tr?-t?
CHARLES T. DAVIS, S lrU8Uts
apO, 11,13,10,1 H, 20
THOMAS DOWLINO, Auctioneer.
CATALOGUE SALE
OP
FINE ASSORTMENT OF IMPORTED
DWARF AND TREE ROSES,
FRUIT
AND
ORNAMENTAL PLANTS AND TREES.
FROM THE
BOSKOOP (HOLLAND) NURSERY ASSOCIATION,
Represented in the United States by C. H. JOOSTEN,
3 Coenties Slip, New York,
TO BK SOLD AT
PUBLIC AUCTION
At my salesrooms, 11th and Pennsylvania avenue,
APRIL TWELFTH. 1889,
AT ONE O'CLOCK.
apS-4t THOMAS DOWLING, Auct.
T
T
liuMAS DOWLINO, Auctioneer.
IMPORTANT ART NOTICE.
MR. W. U. FAN KING'S FIFTH ANNUAL
SV W W A TTTT KKE RRR
W W W W AA T K K H
W W W W A A T F.K RRK
WW WW AAA T F. R R
W W A A T KKE K R
CCC OO L OO RRR |
C O O O L O O R R
C O O I. O O RRR |
C C O O L OORR,
CCU OO LLLL OO R R 1
KKE X X II II II BUR II TTTTII OO NX N ;
F X X II II II K B II T IIO O N .V N
F.E X HHHIIRBR II T HO ONNX
K X X II 11 II B B II T IIO O N NN
EKE X X H H II BRB II T II OO N NN
WILL OPEN ON APRIL 8TH,
AT THE FINE ART ROOMS OF
THOMAS DOWLING.
Eleventh street and Pennsylvania avenue.
In this Collection will be found over Three Hundred
Superb Example*! of Many of the Greatest Painters of
the A>re, selected during the past year from the Exhibi
tions und studios of the Principal Aqurelltsts of
LONDON, MADRID. ROME.
PARIS, SEVILLE, MILAN.
EDINBURGH. BARCELONA. NAPLES.
AMSTERDAM, GRENADA, FLORENCE.
THE HAGUE. CORDOVA, TI RIN,
BRUSSELS, VALENCIA, MODENA,
antw ekp, s a kr agoss a, bologna.
This will l>e an unusual opportunity to parties wish
ing to Decors te their Homes or add to their Collections.
Th? SALE ot the above will commence Al'RII.
TENTH, at ELEVEN A. M., and be coDtlDWd at
THREE and EIGHT P. M.. and following days
at MUM times until all is sold.
THIS SALE IS POSITIVE AND WITHOUT
RESERVE.
Ladies are invited to attend t!ir- Sale and Exhibition,
ap-i-lit THOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
1)
UNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES* SALE OF IMPROVED PROPERTY IN
THE ALLEY BLTWFI N 1* AND S SIS. AND
li#TH AND 20111 SIS N. W.
By virtue of an < rderot tlie supreme court of the
District of Columbia passed un the 2d day of April,
A. I?. 188$!. in Equity cause KKtO.'l, docket 20.
wherein Lewis Cook is plaintiff and Frank Waters
and others are defendants, we will otter for sale
at public auction in front of the premises on
TUEttDA V, the SIXTEEN III DAY OF APRIL, AD*
1881!, at 1 1 \ 1- 0'CL<>CK P. M.. all that certain piece
or parcel of IsLd and premises known and distin
guished on the ground plat or plan of the city of
Washington, District ol Columbia, as the west half of
1< t in Hopkins' recorded subdivision of square 1L0,
together with the improvements, ways, easements.
riK lith. privileges and appurtenances to the same be
longing or in anywise apt et tainmg.
Terms, as prescribed t-y the decree, cash. A deposit
oi $100 required when tfie property is knocked down.
'1 ei ins to be complied w th in ten days, otherwise the
trustees reserve the right to resell th? pro|?ert$r it th ?
risl and cost of the defaulting purchaser, after five
days'public notice of such resale in some newspaper
published in Washington, D. C. Conveyancing, Ate.,
ai purchaser's cost.
H. B. MOULTON, )
JOHN*T?R!XKv! W" > Tru.tee.,
apt d fiiKKS Building, j I
1HOMAS DOWLINO, Auctioneer
T ? H
UitUSTEES* SALE Ol VALUABLE IMPROVED
PROPERTY oN THE SOI TH SlUK ol sol" I H
A Sl'KEl.T. BETAVI EN -.'D AND 3D STREETS
LAST BEING PREMISES NO. SI5 A SiEi.LT
SOLTHEAsT.
By virtue ol a deed of trust to us, dated January 7,
1SH4, recorded in Lil>er No. 10(i4. folio 443 et seti..
| of the Land Records ol the District of Columbia. -nd
t at ie-.iue.tot the holder of the note thereby secured,
w. will sell, at public auction, in iron tot the preii,i?-t s,
; on MONDAY. THE III TEEN I II DAY OF APRIL,
! 1S81I. at ."| o'clock p. in., part ol lot 1J, in square Ttil.
] ljefrinniuK 1V teet rant of tlie nortliu o.t corner of said
' jot and running tiience t-a-t Is leet; thence south
' about 13t> feet to the line of a 30-lcet uule uiley;
j thence west on said alley lb feet, and thence north to
I the beirinniuif. ...
I Terms: Third cash, balance in three ecpiai install
ments, at one. two and three jears, witn intere.t lrom
date ot sale tit 0 per ceut per annum, iwyaule aemi
annuully (or all cash, at purchaser's option) secured on
the pro|*ity.
A cash dejioKit of i 1 CO required at sale; and if terms
are not compln<1 with iu ten days, trustees reserve the
riKht to r> K, U at cost and risa of defaultuiK purchaser
on live das?' advertisement.
Purchaser must pay all Costs ot con veyaucimr,includ
ing reeordiuK tees.
MAHLON ASHFORD. r T_?,w?
apl-d4ds AL'OLSTIN S. LANE.} 1 ruatees.
rj^HOMAS DOWLINO, Auctioneer.
CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
l'R.'PLKTY ON AND ADJOINING THE SOLTH
VE-T CORNER OF NINETEENTH AND M
STREETS NORTH* EST.
B> virtue ot a decree of the Supreme Court of the
Disirict of Columbia, passed In Equity cause No.
the undersigned, as trustee, will uffer for Mile,
in iront of the premises, on SATURDAY, the TH1R
?1 EEN TH DAY OF APRIL, Is SO, at HALF-PAST 11 VE
O'CLOCK P. M. the loliowinir-desciilied real estate,
situate in the city of Washington, in the Distriot of
Columbia, the same betnir part of Lot'^1, in square
numbered 117, beKinuintr for the Mine at the aoulh
weat corner of lllth end M streets northwest. thence
south aluuK the liue ol 11't U street feet; thence
west 5^' teet; thence north ~H feet; thence east .')?!
feet to place of betriunnijf. Also, all of Lot in said
square 117. Said property to be sold iu whole or in
separate t arcela. Kcordinfr to a plat of same which will
be exhibited on the premises at the time of sale, and
may be seen pnor thereto at the otUce of the trustee.
Term, of aale, as prescribed by aaid decree. One
third cash and the balance in two equal instalments,
for the payment whereof the purchaser shall execute
his two promissory uotes,of even date with day of sale,
and payable, respectively, at one and two yean there
after, with interest front time of sale, staid notes to
be secured by a deed of trust on the property sold, or
all of the purchaar-moniy may be paid in cash, at the
option of the purchaser. A deiiosit of 41 OO will be re
quired on the purchase of each piece ot property. All
{ convcyiuciut? at the cost of purchaser. Upon failure
of purchaser to comiily with aaid terms within one
week from day ot aale the trustee reserves the rivht
to reiMll the pxoperty at risk and cost of defaulting
purchaser. RODOLPHE CLAUQHTON, Trustee,
ap3-d*ds 4SOH Louisiana ave. u.w.
AUCTION SALES.
THIS AFTERNOON.
fJpHOMAS DOWLINQ, AncllOBIW.
CHANOERT 8AI.E OF V ALTABLE IMPROVED
I'KOPEKTV ON FOIBTH slKEET. BETWEEN
H AND I STREETS NORTHWL^T
By vtrtue of a decree passed by the Supreme Co art
of the District of Coluinbia. id equity cause No. 11(51 <?
wherein Jeremiah Smith is complainant and Sarah A.
Smith et al. are defendant*. I will offer for sale at
public auction, in front of the premises, on WEDS ES
DAY. APRIL THIRD, JL D. 18s9. at FIVE O'CLOCK
P. M.. the following described real estate in the city of
Washington. District of Columbia, to wit The north
sixteen (16) feet front, by the depth thereof of lot
numbered twenty ("0) in square south of souare num
bered Ave hundred and sixteen (516) with the priv
ilege of the alley, together with the improvements
thereon.
Terms of sale as prescribed by the decree One-third
of the pure base-money to be paid in cash, and the bal- !
ance in equal instalments, payable in six and twelve
months from the day of sale, or the purchaser or pur
chasers may, at his or their option, pay the entire
amount of purchase-money in cash. A deposit of :? 100
to be made at the time of sale, and all conveyancing
st the cost of the purchaser. It the terms are not
complied with in ten days after day of sale the trustee
reserves the riirht to resell said nil estate at the risk
and cost of defaulting purchaser The title to said
real estate to b^ retained by said trustee until the en
tire amount of purchase-mone\ has been ] aid.
JA.V.1> H s.MilH. Trustee.
mh2~-d&ds Koom 22, Ix* Droit Building.
r^"THE ABOVE SALE IS UNAVOIDABLY POST
PONED until SATURDAY, APKIL SIX. SAME HOlR
and PLACE. By order of the Trustee.
ap3-d&ds THOMAS DO* LING. Auctioneer.
PTTHE ABOVE SALE Is POSTPONED IN CON
seuuence of the storm until TUESDAY. APRIL
MM 11. SAME HOI K and PLACE.
By order of the Trustee.
apfr-oitds THOMAS DOWLINO. Auctioneer.
V\UXCAHOI NfcOfl .
VALUABLE IMPROVEDKLAL FSTATE ON L ST.,
BK1NM KN ltfTH A.M> 17TH STS. N.W.
On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL X at 5
O'CLOCK, we shall oiler lor sale the following de
scribed improved real estate, situated in the city of
Washington, being the east 35 feet t? inches front by
adepih of i:W feet of lot li, sq. 183, unproved by a
two-story Brick Warehouse.
T liis property is located on the north side of L st..
between 10th and 17th sts. n.w. A rare chance to
secures valuable piece of proj?erty.
Terms cash,_balance as follows ^'^,500 payable
on September 2~?. 1SS0; payable on Scpt> tu
ber'Jo. 1SS*o. and balance iu three years from *;.?> of
sale, deferred payments to War iuterest at 0 per eent ,
from day of sale, payable semi-annually, and to be >??- 1
cured by deed of trust oil property sold, or all ca-h,
over 15,000 at option of purchaser. A deposit? t j*'.o0
will be required it time oI aale. Conveyisncing, I
at purchaser's coat. Terms of >.ii? tobeoon i lied with
in ten days, otherwise, the right reserved to resell the
property at the risk and cos* off the defaulting p ur
chaser, after five days' oubiic notice of such resale in
some newspaper published in W aahinjrton, D. C.
tiUKLEY BROS ,
mhUH-d&ds 1319 F st N. W.
f^THE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED. ON AC
count of the inclement weather, until 1 L'EsDAY,
NINTH DAY OF APKIL, ISS'J, at same hour and
place. ai>4-d
???NGLESIDE."
TRUSTEE!** SALE OF THE VALUABLE FTECE <>F
PROPER 1 V KNOWN AS "1NULESIDE." Ml 1
AXED IN THE < < >t NTV et WASHINGTON,
DISIRICI' Ul t'OI.l'MlilA, ON PIElU'i > MILL
ROAI). AT THE HEAD < >F 17T11, 1STII AND
1 hi H STKEE1S EMI NDLD
By virtue of the will of Helen B. Corkhi 11. deceased,
we will otter lor sale at public auction on 11 KSDAY,
THE NIMH OF APRIL* 1*S0. A I FIVE OVE ?? k
P.M.,on the premises, that valuable tract of l.>*id
known as Inglcside.coutainingabout seventj'-one (71)
acres of land ana improved bj a solidly built mai si< m
house (containing eighteen rooms), large stable aud
other necessary outbuildings, and navtag upon it a j
well supi lying an abundance of pure watt r.
??Ingleside" has ret ntlj been sub-divided into'
building lots with streets and avenues running
through it hi conformity with the i lan of the city of
Washington 'lhissub-division has been approved by
the Commissioners of the District ? t Columbia, but
not ncur hd, it U ing It it o| tioi al with the j urcnaser
at this Halt either to ad -pt and r? < ord this sul>-division
or such other one as he may see tit. A plat ol th?- sur
vey and sub-division may be seen upon application to
the trustees.
This is a rare opportunity for per- ons desiring to in
vest iti suburban property. 1 he property will be sold
as a whole.
Terms of sale-. One-fourth of the purchase money
in cash, and the residue in three equai instalments at
respectively one. two and three yearn from day of sab*,
with interest from date at the rate ol ti\e per cent i?er
annum, payable semi-annually. the deferred payments
to be at? ured by tiit pun i. mm ri1 notes ana ? deed of
trust oil the property; or all cash at the purchasers*
option.
A deposit of one thusand dollars will lie required at
the time of sale. It the teims oi sale are not coiu| Ii?-d
with in ten days from tiie day oi -ale the \ roperty will
resold at the risk and cost ot the d? faulting purchaser.
lit MAN D. WAEbRilHjE,' Trn,tw
UEUINA1.D 1 LNDAl.U 1 Jru-U-eg.
WALTER IS. WILLIAMS * CO
mli30-d&d8 Auctioneer.
1JUNCANSON BROS , Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF HOUSE AND PREMISES
No. 0;>."> li S i RLE 1 NOR'l Hi-AsT,
Under and by virtue ol a decree of the Supreme
Court of the LMstrict of Columbia, holding an equity
court for said District, in a cause Wherein Alice Dula
ney et aLwere c? mplainants and Thomas A Dvlanei ?t
al. were defendants, known as equitj cause No.
11,407. docket *JS, I will, on MONDAY, the FIF
IhhMH DAY Oi- APRIL, A. D l*Si?, at the hour of
H.ALF-l'AST HVE O'CLOCK P M , sell, at public
auction, in front "t th< premises, ?ii that ceii tin pi<i e,
parcel and lot of land situate 11 the city of Washing
ton, District of Columbia, known as and being the
eastern fourteen i 14 > feet by tne full depth thereof, of
t>rigmal Lot numbered nineteen < lib, in square num
bered eight hundred and aixty-aeven i -? Iter
witn the improvements thereon, consisting ox a two
atory framt dwelling
lermsof sale: One-third of the purchase money in
ca-h, the balance thereof in equal installments, al one
and two years; tlie deferred payments to be secured
by notes of ihe purchaser and a deed of trust on the
lot and premises sold, or ail cash, at the purchaser's
option. All conveyancing at purr nisi? r*s -t. A de
posit of JjlOO retiuir* d on the day of sale. Terms <>f
?ale to be complied with within ten tlays from day of
sale, otherwise the trusu reserves the rigiit to konH
at the cost and risk of defaulting purch.iser.
BENJAMIN I LEIoIITON, Trustee,
apG-d&ds ortice, 4S*J Louisiana ave. n.w.
T^UNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers.
MORTOXGEES' SALE OF SCHOONER HENRY B.
GIBSON, HER 1ACKLL. APPAREL AND FUR
NIT I RE.
By virtue of a mortgage, dated June 20, 1SS7. and
recorded same d-*y in the custom ht?use at Baltimore.
Mtl.. 111 Liber No. 21. folio ?>4, \c , the undersigned, ;<S
the mortgagees therein mimed, will offer lor sal* , at
public auction, to the highest ? ldtler, on SATURDAY*
APRIL SIX I 11, 1S.>1?. at NOON, at W healle> s wtia-1.
near tlie loot of 30th street, Georgetown. District of
Columbia, the whole of the schooner vessel called the
-Hi NR^ B. tiJBsON,"
of Baltimore, Md., ol the burden of eighty-nine 77-100 :
(80 77-100) toils, or thereabouts, together with h? r
Masts, Yards, Sails, Rigging, Anchors, Cables, Boats, J
Tackel, Apparel and Appurtenances.
Terms cash.
PETER C. STRUVEN,'
niL'JU-dts JuS. L. WHI1E. j Mi>rtWeM.
El*-ix CONSEQUENCE OF THE INt'l.F.MEN'T
weather the abt^ve sale is Postponed until SAYl !.
DA\, APRIL '1H1RTEENTH, ISSi*, same hour and
place. PETER C. STRI VEN,'.
apO-d Jos. L. WHITE. > Mortgagees.
ALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S SALE
or
ANALOSTAN ISLAND.
By virtue of a deed of trust fi ?m the heir? of Will
iam .?Bradley, deceased, recorded amonw the land
records ol the District ol Columbia. I .nil offer
A N ALOST A N 1M.AND
for sale at auctii li, on the pren lses.tm TIin^DAY, !
THE ELEXENIH DAY Al'illU 1 ssSi. AT,
THREE O'CLOCK P. M. Aualontau l<iai; , l* ia th ?
District of Columbia. It contains upward of si ucie? ;
, ol ground. It is beautifully situated in the Potouiac !
I river, opposite the cities ol Washington ? I > i -
Iovmi. lroin which it is separated bv a narrow and de?;? i
channel. A short distance above tne islr.nd ;s the out- 1
let lt'ck of the Chesapeakt- and Ohio ran?.i, opening
into the river. The isiand is connected wiin tne N'ir- j
rinia shore by a solid masonry era use waj, ana thence 1
> the new iree iron budge with Wusiungton and
Georgetown.
TERMS OF SALE.
One-fourth of the i nrchase-u.oney iu cash, of which !
$1,000 shall be paid a1, the taue of sale, and the rv- j
maiuder todays therealtcr. 'l ne resinue oi the pur- \
chase-uiouey to be paid in thrt equal installmt ta
respectively, ore, two and three years alter day of
sale, with interest from day ot sale at per e*e it
per annum, payable semi-annually. I'pon compli- j
ance with the terms ol sale the purchaser will re
ceive a deed for the property, ana at the same time
execute a deed of trust, in the nature of n moit- '
(rage, to secure the deb rr? ?i payments, li the terms '
ol sale are not complieti with in l?0 days alter uay ot
sale the property w.U be resold at the risk and coat oi :
lhe delauhmg purchaser.
Tuxes paid up tt? day ol srJe.
<.'t?!:veyanciiig and recording at purchaser's cost
1 IT LE OO^D OR NO SALE.
REGINALD FENDALL,
ISMMi -*ee. S
Thrustees* kile of i kfim.- iied i ?o>
. STORY BB1CK DWELLING AND STORE,
N0KTifWJ.:?T COliNEU OF K AND Fir 1H
S1RELT> NORTHFAST.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the ;
Distriv-t of Columlna. j?avsed in equity cause. No. 1
11 t)'J4, the undersigned trustees will *ell at public i
suction, in <ront t?f the t retmscs, on WlDNEsDAY,
th- SI V, NT LENT!! DA 1 t)i ;,PUIL, at FIVE
O'CLOCK P. If., all that parcel of real e late in the .
' city ? f Washington, in the District ol ( ? lumbia. a- -
' naied as part of or urinal lot one vl?, in square eight
j hunuifu and six (S0t5 >, des,Til*ed as lollows- Begin
! ning for the same at the southeast comer of sai.l lot,
' at ?he northwest corner of liorih K street and Fifth
i (5th) street east, and running thence west along the
i south line oi said lot twenty i20) teet, thence north
seventy-two (7*J> teet to the south line ol ca all?v
nine (1 I feet eleven (11)inches wide; to belaid aioi,^
the rear of the premises herein conveyed; thence east
i along said south line of said alley twenty CiO) ft et to
; the east line of said lot, and thence along the said east
line oi said lot seventy-two (7li feet to the place of
beginning .
1 T? mm of sale prescribed by the decree are: One-third I
i cash; balance in one and two years, with interest st six
! it>) i?er cent, iu notes secured by deed of trust on prem- I
I ises sold, or ail cash, at option of purchaser or pur- i
I chasers. A deposit of $ 100 will be requir**d at time of
I sile Conveyancing at cost of purchaser or purchasers.
| On ten (10) days default in compliance with t>-rmsof
I sale the right is reserved to resell at purchaser/*' coat
and risk on live days' notice.
NEAL T. MURRAY.
313 4fest.
J. HOLDSWORTH GORDON.
4Si st.
Trustees.
DUNCANSON BROS., Auctioneera apo-a&ds
rjnioMAS DOWLINO, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
AND UNIMPROVED PROPERTY ON THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF MARYLAND AVJL
JjUK AND TWELFTH STREET SOUTHWEST.
BT virtue of s deed of trust, dated Auril ii, lSS'-J, and
recorded in liber No. 11^4. folio 3!)fl et acq., ol the
land records of the District of Columbia, and at the
request of the )>arty secured thereby, the undersigned,
a surviving trustee, will sell at public auction in front
of the premises on SATURDAY. APRIL THIR
TEENTH, A. D. 1889. at MVK O'CLOCK P. M , the
following real estate in the Distric t of Columbia, to
wit: Lot fifteen 115) and part of lot fourteen il4>in
square two hundred and niuety-nine (21*0), the aaid
part of lot tourtee*u (14) being described as follows: |
lioginniiig at a point on Maryland aveuue distant 4S
leet I im h northeastwardly froxn the northwest corner
of said lot and running thence along said avenue north
eastwardly 48 leet 1 inch to the northeast corner of |
said square, thence south along 12th street 00 feet 1
inch to the southeast corner or said lot, thence west
H4 leet, and thence to the place ot beginning, said part ,
of lot 14 being improved by a large two-story and attic
brfc-Jt store and dwelling house.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, and the balance in i
one (1) and two (2) years, for wldch the note? of the
purchaser must be given, bearing interest from day of
sale and secured by deed of trust on the property sold,
or all ca*h, at the purchaser's option. A de|*osit of
4100 on each parcel must tie given at the time of sale.
If the terms are not complied with iu ten days, the
poroperty will be resold at the risk and exist of the de
faulting purchasers. Conveysucing and recording at
the purchaser's cost. GEORGE E. HAMILTON,
mn2?-4&ds Surviving Trustee, sun Building.
AUCTION SALES.
nwnoil HUM.
JTACNCANBON PliOS.. Aiicti. n<*m.
EXECUTORS SALE OF STOCK OF GROCERIES.
CONSISTING OF TF.A, COFFEES. si OAKS.
SOAP,STARC H. MOLASSES. CIOARR. TOBACCO.
VUST PO?DER, ?. LOTUESLINES. BROOMS,
BUCKETS. FLO! K, BEANS. COAL OIL VISE
O AR,FICKLE*. MEATS. BASKE IS. MEASURE*,
GLASSW ARE. SCALES. *o.
By \ lrtue of an order of the Supreme Court of the
District of Columbia, holdtmr a ipenai term for pro
bate buainesa, 1 willaeil *i public auction, at the rooms
of Duiu*neo:i Bros., V*th and D streets north weal, on
WEDNESDAY UOKMNo, APRIL TENTH. 1KSK
coninMDciiiKlk TUi O^LOCK, a well-asaorted stock
of Gnxwiet.
Terma caan.
CHAS P. MONTGOMERY.
apt>4it Biecut<"?r of Waiter T. Johnson, D?s taas i.
G1
EO. W. STICKNET, Auctioneer, 936 F.
^i^EMPTORY SAM: OF VERT VALUABLE PROP
ERTY, FRONTINGlORTY t EtTON TWELFTH
STREET, BETWEEN X AM) O NORTHWEST.
fKLi "s tlsih street, re
1WEEN P ANDg NOK 1 Hit EST.
' '"r in tr> 'lit of the premise*. on
FRIDAY. U*'TWELFTH 1'At OF APRIL, 1SSS? at
FIVE O'CLOCK P.m. the south 40 leet frvi.t by
tttll 'le| th ol 1<>t 6, ? i 1.1. >,.k1 t art of lot trout.
tn*r 40 leet on 11,'th st. n.w.. and nil|Tvivixl by a t wo
?t<.rs triune iw. ;,iLjf. renting tor 110 ivr mouth. No
1333 latli St.
Immediately thereafter I -w ill aril. In front of the
premises, lots H. 1. *nd K. square ;:3:. aald loU !r nt
injr t>0 leet on lOth st. n.w., and improved by three
f rame h, u? ?. rfutii,K 1-r ?,16 jtr month, Noa. 1514.
l.?lo. ana i.>ls loth Mt
1 enua of sale One-third <Mh, the resldn* in two
etjual |<aytiient. in one slid t* veara.with note* l?-ar
ttur intet*??t at the rate ot sn iti | er centum i?er an
bum, paj able s? mi-annually, hrurfd hj d*ed t t trust
cd the prupi-rty k>1J, dr all(Mh,at the option of the
pun ha^r. all <on\e\ ancimr and m*ordin#r at pur
ctiwerV c?at. a ci?*i<?xit??l *..11 each of prop
ert> a. 11 he regmrtd at time of aale. Terma to be
compl:* 1 with in t<!. d..\s.
i.j '>-d\da V.", ST I CKNEY, Auctioneer.
f|^HOMA8 DOWLING, Auctioneer.
HIGHLY VALUABLE IMHIOVED PROPERTY OX
THE SOUTH SIDE OF F STREET, BETWEEN
tiTH AND7TH STREETS, NEAR THE CORNER
OF7TU STREET NORTHWEST. AND KNOWN
AS FEDERAL BUILDING. AT AUCTION
On WEDNESDAY, APRIL SEVENTEENTH. 1SK?.
at .> o'clock, in front of the premise*. I will sejl pnrt of
lot* 111, 14, and 15, in square 456. fronting iH) ffet oil
the soutli aide of F street. 40 feet from the southeast
corner ot 7 th street. Iiavinir a depth of 1(H) feet and
improved by latve four-story brick building* contain
ing storea and otlice moiii*. This pro|?erty ia in oue of
th** trreat basinet** center* of the city, in clone prox
imity u tue Interior and the General Postofbce and
1'atent < iffice Department*. passed by the two princi:*l
street railroads, and, considering it* Murrouudings, of
fers advantages to inve>tor* that seldom occur.
1 erica: One-third cash, the retudue in three equal
psy 11,t-nts at one, two and three year*, m ith note* bear
inK interest and secured by a deed of trust on the prop
erty soid. All conveyancing and ri'cordinir at pur
ciiaaer * cost. *1,000 dejHMt re.juired at the Umeof
aale.
It the terms of sale are nut complied with in ten day*
the mcht is reserved to resell the prup'-rty at ^
and cost of th" defaulting , . isrc or pur- hasera af
ter t^'ii days notice in wrne newspaper published in the
city of W ashin^ton.
THOMAS DOWLING,
apl-d&ds Auctioneer.
MONEY TO LOAN.
"IIONEY TO LOAN ON WASHINUloN CITY
J.'i i. il Estate at ?> aud G porceul. CHARLES W
K1 Fita.,. ?i'i; i?
AJoNl.Y IN HAND TO LOAN ON liOOK REAL
a'K estate aw uril>.
ALBERT F. FOX.
ai-G-lm 11:0 F ?*t n.w.
W*>(WI ? 11^00; ?l,.">0ti
t, 4<.i,(0<),
1 ?? loan . u I^al Estitc. ! ? ??. st rati*. Nodt lav
ap.?-lm E. A. JiclN 1 IKE. His Eat.
-HfoNEl rOLOAX
^?i !.i r_-t su:ns ot un ney ulwayaon hind to K.au on
a| proved real tatate he? uri' v. :n min* !? nut.
, . B. H. WARN! It & CO..
?*!? Mil. 1 at. n.w.
Money to loan on all kini.s.^ i-kusonal
lTM|M rty. ln.i. Oie';iii>, SewiiiK Alaciiine. and
t uriuilire, also Furuuure laaeu ou stornre. ou re
oelpt III )>.i^t:il will .ill. iwi.liit -^* KirK'll> ixMitldeu
tial. tiilutl. t HIlXLk, li'Hii 1. .t. 11 *. inliitii-1 in*
Money 10 loan ? on afpboveo keal
estate, in atima to suit, at lowest rates ot interest.
. OEo. W. LINMNS.
?M07-H? 1 m II and H Mb. n.w.
AiONEY TO LOAN, IN lahue -m> small
s,, 111s, 011 ai'proied r< ..i " tat.- seeunty iu the l>i?
ti'ii't' I C.iluu.1 iii, at lowest rat.'s ot interest. It. H. T.
Ll.IlOLlJ. i:.uo E st ii.* , Vd tlootlruut. 111
MONLY-LOANn ON HEAL LSI ATE. LOCAL OR
other troi'd Securitiea, Aruiy and Navy An nmita,
Lomiiiereial Jai'er, A;e.. Sc. No delay. V\ M U.
1>EM1*SE\, l-iu-4 New iurK ave. mfcX-'A-IUu
AIONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE IN SLMS
X'JL to suit at lowest rat. s
iil-DFORD W. W ALKER, ,
_mh23-3m 1 o< ni K st.
A| ONEY TO I.OAN IN SUMS TO SUIT, M 1I1E
-"1 lowest rates ot interest ou h.1 Un-tnet real
estate. J NO. A. PKESCOif.
1 411i t' Kt. n.w^
n.h*..?-1 mo Keii< vir Hinlditiir.
\l NLi TO LOAN AT FIVE PER ( EN ) ON XV
^1 1 roved Keal Kslu;,- sti-urity. Laiv amount, a
aptciidly. nu.i.ji RLlUl ttFOl.U,
iiili^i-lm 1 a> 7 1 st. n.w.
1> LAL ESTATE ISi\ 1 >1 V! ST.
k. v . SAFE A^ I s licNDS.
1 Lh a.M, I'Ai ALLl. \RTERLl
IN sLiib situ to ijjl.OOO.
I:JUALL PliL.ulLAl cliAituilUA
(8,500?TO LOAN
a'tKMi BEU FSTATt
'jQO [mhS*i] THOS. F.. WAGGAMAN.
Money to loan?in large and small
: urns?at o and tj ier cent. Small n'U,missions
N'. delays. Ut.EEN S CLN>)N(.li \ M.
Jiib'J'.'-lui ^ 140j F ?t
*"51 *? ( k I OH ! '' MOIVO TOACUEXTTO
I i :i on tfui e&tute in *uma to
auit. Larvc amount* at ,> j>er cti.t.
PHI LLlPs, LA.MAlt a, /.A( hl.i. Attys -at-Ijtw,
nihlG-lm liti< i- *t., feun Building.
NDOWMENT, LIFE AND TONTINE POLICIES
A t/ou>rLt at highest?-i>h price*. lx>ans n<-K>>t|?ted
u? oil same at reaaonuble term*. Apply to W IL
ACHrJSON, 13Q< 1 at. n w.
lfOKEl i?? LOAN A1 o PER CEXT. s.MaLL
aIm. suiua ai o l-ei cent. No dela\ .
4 ,0 , . GLO. F (aRAHAV.
mhl3-lm 15u3 Pennsyl\miit ave.
\ j j v^i lua:>
l'j A? IN si Ms FROM *:>00 UPWARD.
A1 ItaLHAVEsl BATES Oi INiEttESZ
A.Mi Cui: MISSION
o.> .
l.LAL ESTATE IN THIS DISTRICT.
R. O HOLTZMAX,
??hl 1 Corner luth and 1"ata. n.w.
A \ OXEY-TO LOAN ON KEAL EST A'l E OR FIRsT
n:is? seeunty, at lowest rateeot interest. uode.aT
wnere the aecurtty is k' ihI.
o. c. QUEEN. 303 Tth st. u.w.
fi'o LOAH-SlSjeOe AT PER CENT, IN SUMS
X to feiat, on real et>Uti?-.
OWTXX NEWMAN A CO.,
fl .?j."!Q R iom* 13 and 15, Atlantic Building*
HfOMEYTO Loan OS REAL ESTATE I2i kXt
isTJ >uiua. o v. yNN_ NEMAS k CO.,
ll.>-.'na Rooms l-'i ainl l."?, Atiautic Huiltliity
>>ONl-l To LOAN
Lcvu ot rates of interest.
ADDISON & LARCOMBE,
B-Iim* ? 1 st.u.w.
Money to l< inonri il estate at lower
latcs ol i.:t.-re?t. ?iis'j ola other ui>pix>\td security, i
'Alius. O. ii^ASlA CO., backer*.
Ja 14-:;m i;tou F at. n.w.
Money to loai on amovd seal eim
. tate security.
_dl~-4n: .JOHN SHERMAN A: CO., 1407 Fst.
Money to loan
in bums to feint, at lowest i-ateson apiT?ivedr
eaUito aecurity. FITCH, FOX & BROW N,
I ?i 1 eunaylvamaave.
ONEl n LOAN
M
At LoME>T RATES OF INTEREST
ON 1U..U. 1 ST AIL SECl KI1Y.
lUOa. J. USHER K CO..
sc.? l.j~4 I ?t. n*.
Money to loax ox real estate at luw
?st lunti.
WAsli N DANENHOMER,
ip34 Suor???or to 1'ANLNHoW LK s son, 1115 Fit.
INSURANCE.
f|>HE Ml'Tl'AL lil SERVE FIND LIFE ASSN. OF
A N. Y., lias furn^hed insurance to eighty-two thous
ai-.ii nieniU rs dunn^^Ast ei>rtit year*, saving-to them
over sixicaii liiilliou dollars, by reducing cost below
rate* charged by level premium companies. JAS. G.
WLSl, oupt . l.xi^Htt. u.w. l.Y. KNlGHl.Gen.Aa' t.
mhU-a,tu,th.3m
GRATEFUL?COMFORTING.
EPPS'S COCOA
BREAKFAST.
[ "By a thorough knowledireof the natural law* which
r< vern ti e oiieratiiit s ot durestiou au4 iiutritiou, and
; i J a ? an tui al l lu atlc.n ot tlie nne | ro|*rtie. of well
it leeted Cocoa, Mr. El'i r has provided our breaktaat
I tablts with a delicately flavored beveraife which may
nve us many Liaiy um tors' l.iila. It is by tue Jutii
< ictia use oi such nrtii lea of diet that a constitution
! n ay be itradualiy built ui> uuttl strutur esouyh to re
Slv t every tendency to dlaetae. Hundred of aublle
li alad.es are ttoallutc around us ready U> attack wher
t>erther< is a weak point. \Se may eocape many a
latalihattby keeping ourselves well loruhed with
1 nre bli od and a properly nourished trauie."?Ctvu
j ?*?rtce Ou^tte.
At sue suui iy with boiling water or milk, bold only
I II Lstli-i uuna Una by irrucera, labeled thus:
JAMES EPPS A Co., Homeopathic Chemiata.
_jyjl-m.tu.a London. England.
iSprixq Shoes.
LATEST STYLES FOB MEN. WOMEN, AMD
CHILDREN.
ALL OF THE BEST MAKES.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUB COMPLETE UXE
OF MEN'S
?
OEXCIXE KANGAROO SHOE!. ?
BUTTON'. LACE. AND CONGRESS.
SOKE BETTER AT THE PRICE, ?6.001
D ALTON * STRICKLAND^
financial.
L
ewib Mmntoa,
DOMESTIC AND roRtlfll
Pennsylvania aw. UJ 10th St
Exrhanrs. Letters of (V4it. cable TYuafm em 1
clpal Cities In Eurofia.
Government and Investment B- nds. Trlerrarhto
(VmBUimU'iDi with New York. HliUidalpka talU
more and Bosun
LOANS MADE AND XBOOT1ATED: GENERAL
BANKING BUMNESS TRANSACTED.
flb-.n; ,'m
?John S Blank man.
BANKER AND BROKER,
1405 r ST. S. W.
ITND8 INVESTED IS 8AFK SFXTRmRR
:?. 6. 7. AND 8 PFR CENT INTEREST PAID OS
TIME DEPOSITS OF a #. tt, AND
13 MONTHS.
_tnhl4-1m _
F|*b1 ABL1MU 1 IM4 4 AlifAlT"iio5Ht
!i M KI'U S 1 I ND, t^Mj.OOO.
NATIONAL MFTBOruUtlN HANK OF VA8^
< IN?iloN,t.i;', l ?tii ?t., * i?- r s. Trimnr.
I J. W. 1HOMINON. UBUMUL ii B. ? HTTE,
Kr?iud*nt. Caahlar.
RmWvm Di'inwita, Diarotiata raper, Belli Pllla oC
Ku-liu!:ar?\ Collection*, and doea a General h?ut
?,i ? r.twjiM
r|Mlh CoLl'M 1:1 A NATIONAL BANE.
M. Ok W AMUVlON. t>. C.
1*11 F ?t. n.
F.'X'etvo* d^TORlU, I ! ? V Prafta. Tl
a. t* a <?eti?*ral liaxikimr Iiiu4ti*?. 1^-itlOD entril
and roTiffuwiit * *tr? i tcar* and her&ic* mu in frofli
of our door . tfth-miwt ear- rati a lew rod* ea*t ot onf
I'UikhiMr. Ttt?-htrf*-t iir.il llthatrm-t .-am only tW9
!>U? kn awa> . h-?trc?-t and IVtiuay 1\ *nia are. car* only
three Hoi ks a? a>.
15 1! WAliNF.U. I*mid?-nt
A 1. Mil i loN. \ if lYmnWnl
t. s. FAKKKit, i iwli^r
Pirectnr* Oha*. B. liail?-y. AN in 1 1U? ker, Alei T.
Brit ion. Clifta < Imiih niif>i>n. John 4??> K?l*on, Alb*fi
F. ho*, John K Hemll. Hud f Lei*rlit<>n, H i*rh Mo*
Cullli, 1 r< s' \ >. N? >>.?. M. M I urk?*r. v?.??. su
; Uw. 1 nieadeil, Heur) k u .Uaixi. li a Earner.
ja31-3tt
J NO. W. COLbON. JKO tV MACAKTNFT.
Member N. V. BUxfc E&
COttSON A M AC \BTNFY.
OTvOVFK BIILPIKO, 141** F MT. *
Bank cm and Dealers In Government liotidi
Defxiaita. Etrhabira. Ijoan* Collection#
Failro?<i m?h k?* and B?>uds. and nil *? < untie* lt_
on tl?e 1 xchanire* ot New York, Phtladeli lua, Born
and Baltimore U>mrtit and auftd
A specialty madeof laventant *e? untie* PiPtnal
FoiiJ* and all Local Railroad. Gaa, lnauranceand l4*
| tri boi.e Stock dealt iu.
iiLencaii liell Telephone Stock bought and ao.djy 19
SUMMER RKSOUTS
'put ATLANTIC COTTAOF.
1 lltf South l>rl???pc avHi*
Atiautic City, X J.
15th AjtiI.
ai?-liu* Mn B R. OWI NS
'I'Ht ROYAL, ATLANTIC CITY. N J. ALWAYS
1 ott-u. HT"'fti'' titaand nervK* flraKiaaa. Vv a
ltr.YN< ?LI>n l>t? ColltltM'iital aud Lalayrttr HotrU.
ai>U-Iai
l>EDFl>RD MINKKAL'spRlNtiS.
13 HKlii uKD, PA.
l>-adilv V imiaiu Ii***. rt UHter I t ptj-ialt-d. Ht?tM
N- ?ij I ruialii'd. 0|?u? .Tuii> s *? nt? for iin mar.
a) .*?- 4M 1. H Im 11 \. Mana<l?r.
\ il.AM l<' I n Y. N J HOl tXM. BoARI'IKO
lu tim.CulU^nt, Ij>1h anil Iktb lioiim to l0t uc
lortuleb) l.ii. ADAMH A CC>. r**ai fiUtv a*i uia,
k'm M>I4 aud Law liuildiiitf, Aliautu' City, S .J.
aH lut
nul 11. MT VKllXoN. PACIFIC K\F ~ N KAl
_?>hi . A 1 LAN I K' CITY, N. 4 ?'.4 ???? r<<>uS.
.5o to ? ? i?r da> , to 4! 4 t**r wevk.
_inta'Jt?-Im JOIik N. MOCIM.
W INlil iTmi : |\\l-'ll l\ 1 M 1.,
1* \N I t. . | | v J_
Near the OLt-aii. < 1H-LI aii > t-ar. t? l? l't]< fie 105
JOUK IM MltS.C. L HUCSTUW.
H? 11 1 I.MI KM) N A I I.AN11< enS J? tMA
Can4itia a%, Ii4iir Uie bock No? for u?i
?i rmtr and kuuiuut wwuii*.
mhltt- Jni KAM I. J. YOI NU, Pr0|) _
ri<HK liENOVu. All AMU ? J I Y?
M. !i*-artb? iM-acli.
Niiwoik-u. tboroutrtd) l?-at?l
mhll-Jlu W. E. CHFF.8FMAN
SMIRLRV XF.AI11 HI U KAX, KEMTVCKI AV K.
All AM l< CI1Y, N J.
Popular location. t)|vw Man h 1
fi-.Uu Ml.S M. T.hOl I H Al.L of W aahlturton. D 01
o
N 1111. BLACU.
UADDON HALL
fl5 'ltn EDWIN LIPPINOOTT.
\^ria. *?
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Ut OCLAN HOIM . ATLANTIC CITY, N. J..
Xu* ultN
I'uder Old MaLat'eujetiL,
f21-oo3m I. A. REID.
fl'HL LLUMAN, (X HAS END (IF PEliKSYLYA
K lilaave., Atlantic* City. X. J. Kiiiiiyinl and iivwlf
lurunthed. Miu farlor. cluctric ix-dn, Ac.
J?uti-?.tu,tii-.?ii, Mh?. f W.LEHMAN
Y'lClOklA, OCEASt 1 M>. 8 <. AM . AT
M. lantR ClU'. T tioroutrlily Mt?-d. Lf-aUHi, KM?
hot ai<d cold m-a wau-i . o^*lj all tlu >? nr.
Jalw-K.tuctli.dui M. M1LXJAMS.
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Hi. CllALiu.ML.
ATLANTIC CITE. S. J,
Moved t<> tli>' Bracli.
rv-LAROED AND t^^ED OCF AN^^
S.H Water B.th. lu U?BoUj-;-^uBE?TII
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willor?> February 1
PLNNUIBSI.
ATLANTIC CITY. N.J
Near the beach. oiien tfratea. ?ood draicatre.
fel-:iui J AMLa HOOD.
,??,^lor*r j^vTu * llvS J"
wiung.**"*_*- .,-1 ?i aTL*1! v??iu?a*e.,
jal ?-??>?
MEDICAL, &c.
Ladies who kevi ibe the skkvices of ak
tifjcrifuom letu^iK |<hy.u lan .li ulu couaUit Mr*.
Df AILmuX. llushukfua-r n.e? bet B and CL 11 th
alid 1 -tii n.e. Ladle* ouiy. Beu;edy, $0 uiXI.?-7w#
R. LEU N.
1 li. i ideat Eaubliabed and only Reliable Ladies'
Phi ale tan in the City.
can be consulted dally. 4i>4 C au. beiaeen 41* and OtR
ata n.w.
Prompt treatment, i ?rrea|>otid<>tice and consulta
tion atrictly conndenUai. :v?i>arate rooms tor ladies.
Uihce always #i*u. apW-lm*
T HAS NEVER BEEN CONTRADICTED THAT
Dr. BROTHERS la the oldesl-eslabiiahed advurua
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iuk Laai^i*' 1 h> h>> laii Ui In la city. Laoiea, you caa
ccnnd>*miy ii>n?*ult Lfr BliulHLllh, i*ot> Bat.a.w.
lariuuiar atwniion i *ia w aii diai mmm peciiiiu M
nt mnrrAod or ain^ie. ^orty >cara' cai^ ricuco.
mL12-Ua*
KtAD AND lit WISE.DK. BKul HLKS. IHH> B St
I.V., ai j?* an-?l lx lore me and mau*- < ?aiL that be ia
iei*)d Lllwrt bi^cMUiat in ini?city,
ai.d will Kruai-ant??>- a tur? in ail canoa ot i>nvale diw?am>
ol men alid lumitu medicine, or no diary* ? c-onaull*>
Uon i.nd a*i\ice lrvc at any hour ol 1L1 aay. t?ub>
airitieU and aaom before me by Dr. Bht'THLftdL
i hAMl tL C. M1LI>, a Notary Public, ui and tor UN
District ol Coluinnia. tbia Unit! da> ol July. lr>t>*+.
mbl'J-lm*
MML. Dt FOREST, LONO-ESTABLIHHF.D AVD
relial'le La<n*-^ Fbyak. lan, can be i-onaiiite?i <nuir
I at Ler rcaiaence, :??tl I *i. n.w. Ollio? nou? ii>?m 1
, toil p. m. witb La*li?4 only. nrin-y
|U. MUTTS IHLNCH FO\M?KK> ALL 1 HE
danllteMdy lor all bl^<l aiaeaaea. cauauatf
u.ixat, m?aai, or akm trouble*. urmarj uimmwcut?1
11a torty Hiylit bourn. Itioe, ? .i t?er boa.
Dr. lmjD'D b SLUMNh No '-i permMMttlf CONI
natural *e^anea*. lt>??ol vitality, umuundeoUitjr. fto*
Ac. rncc, al b* ni ?eaietl b> mail, froraaleal
j>31 b l ANDli'Ottli b. cor, tttb and k u.w.
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PROFESSIONAL
Arrival extraordinary?
? Iram-e Medium, l^i l.Es 1 EH just amvad froa
l^ouiion, En*. I'be morid-renowned and hisiuy-rele
brated and only real natural-born Trance Medium la
tin. couutrv. Boru with a double veil aud wuuderfiu
prophetic irift ol aec?nd anrht. has the power of an/
two mediums you n>r met. This he la prei?red to
prove, lelia juur entire 14*. I?su present, and rutura,
in a dead trame. t.verj hiddeij ili.u-d revasieA.
Tells the full name of your iuiui* hu?band or wife,
mun atnrand dateol marriage, and tells whether th#
one you love la true or laJse. Telia all Ousli.eaa affair*
I with utmost truth. Ui* ea advice un di v r . . . .
willa, ap.-< uiationa, kc. Telia your life from Ifcetl*
ol. to the grave. Positively ho UupoaiUon. kevaato
everythunr.
The doctor wishes it dirtloctly understood that he |a
the only iretiuiue arventh son of the j resent as*. aa2
adverusea nothinir but what be can do, and would not
be classed with the many cheap pretenders found la
every city. All who are In atcknem or in trouUs. aU
whose loud ho|>es hsve beeu blaso<L and who has*
been deceived aud (Reappointed ibrout'h the false ptv>
dictions of others, beiore ruins up in despair, are 1?
vited to call and be convinced of tne true etatsmsnta
of the above without delay.
Eee, $1 and upward Parlors. 1004 E It, Bear lotk
>. B ?Thia IS the doctor's first visit. ap&-0t*^
? Jkor CLAY. WONDEKFLLLY GIFTED CLAIR.
x voyant, Astrolutrer and Hpinttial Madiuiu "
?lth secoou sisl-t snd veil. Every hidden rnysti
vealed Beoovera lust or su>len property > inds
den treasure*, ulvss lucky numbers Osusss ?
mamaeia. Brinies separated u?rther. Ulvaa
in busutaaa. ksiuoves all lanuly troublea and evil la
BBencea. Cures sicki.? as If diss) i^inted by a<o?4i
ol others, Judys uot all alike, as the Rofeasor can ooa
^Hke most skeptical, htrsiurers I rose other dues
Fs tune and disappointment by ctllinf <m IU
lenuine clairvoyant in this dty. as be sooomm
Pall others fail, snd sdverosss only what ks ssa
Ituiifs, Mtc. Lils-raadins by maU <m rsoatetsC
fame, luckuf hair, dateuTtank Hours kit R
do.
'1- ~ lays fruin 1 kit P-m. ?
ri* *21
Uurnen !m osm sank 4ub L sa. hi ? aau 4U
) LSHOP*S REI.1AW1R OOCOH CURS
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