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FOR RENT-HOUSES.
"CO* RENT-UNFl RN1SHED
JT CVnn.ave.bet M and 17UO it . . $30
> #250 606W 19 th at ?*-. '1%
Cot on Conn. i'? ?ut- 1306 2 2d at *0.60
able for reaidebre 54E*t.n.a 17 30
or baaines* pur 210S Eat. n. * 16 30
...f08.33 STORES.
119* ' ?? n.w 208 33 1722 14th *t jtr U<| 65
I'f? 3fa?a 1740 14th ?t? store and
2019Nst.n.w 100 cellar .40
If2? }%*$ ,l-n w "?=> APARTMENTS.
}&? ?* ~9 fw ?at 815 16th <t.
V*?i ' *??? 65 nw 50
? N 60 Fur fl*t*. B *t, bet,17th
*01- Hilly w Placai?. 611 ftl8th*t* 2o and 40
1300 .JOtn it 50 vnrtireiit houa* lor
,"-??? atreet a.w 50 colored people, room*
loll S street n.w 50 $3to$5esch.
1!'V9 15th st (trom OFFICES.
June 1> 45 1603 Pa. ?ve. n. w 15
13*1 Corroran ft 411 Office rooms, 519 7th ft ..?
1508 U etreet 45 STABLER
11p4 32d ft 35 Stablea 25
131.1 Corcoran ft,trom stable rear 1146 20th. Mo
June 15 40
_ FURNISHED
* e. cor. of 16th and u F ft., bet. 17th ft 18th
stf.peryear #1,800 stf 83.33
E ft., bet. Conn. are. and Jefferson Place.for surn
18th ft ..300 mer 76
Dupont Circle 250 O ft .bet.lTtb and 18th
G st., near 19th ft ICO sts , for summer 60
Cor 19th * F tt1.11 w 'J00 O ft . bet 19th and 20th
H ft . near Arlington sts , for summer 60
Hotel 200 Conn av , near Dapont
1. bet 17th a 18th. (for circle, for the summer. 50
aummer 175 Sunderlend Place, for
I. bet 18th ? 19th.166 67 summer 50
Eft., bet. 16th* 17th..300 18th at, bet. U and N
O ft. bet. ?th * 10th 100 ft*., for summer 50
14th. bet. H and I (for E it .bet 17 th and 18th
summer... .40 sts , for summer 30
K st. bet. 13th* 14th. 140 R st. bet 13th ft 14th ita.
On.nr >' H an 150 (from Oct. 1) ?
K. near McPhereon *q.300 I at. bet 19th ft 20th sts
Cone.a*..alove R? 200 (for summer)..........50
Conn.av*.. above R *t 260 19th St., bet H and I
Cor Cone, ave ft N at.500 *t* (for summer) ..50
Conn.*., b. 5 ft Dtjp't C.250 R I. ave? near 15th at,
Jefera&npL.douh.h'a.^OO (for aummer) 40
ft. 1.^.bet. 14th ft 15th 200 F st . bet. 19th and
Pit., nr Dupont eir. ...160 20th ata. (for lum
COnu. av.. near Dupont ' men 40
circle , 125 N st.. bM.Conn.av. and
SunderlandPlace 100 19th at..for aummer. 40
DeSalee ft. (from May North side Corcoran st..
20) 75 bet. 15th and 16th ata. 30
BULLETIN'S CaN BE OBTAINED AT OCR O*
FIlE These house* can be inspected only by per
mits trom our ofBce.
HILL ft JOHNSTON,
myl8-eo2w 1508 Penn. are.n.w.
F)R RENT - SIX-BOOM BRICK HOCSlTsie
11th st. i.e.: water and ?**. near herdics and cara.
>15.30. Apply to K. E. P-URO, 482 La. ave. my7-lm
I*OB li E N T-E LEG AN T COTTAGE.CONTAI NINO
12 room*. with new stable in rear, corner Wood
ley Lane and Tenieytown road, immediately oppoaite
Oak View
911 18th *t. n. w., 3 atory and baaement 375
1736 P st 75
1026 17th st n. w , 3-st.. basement and attic 60
61 and 53 D at. n. w , 3-story, new house 30
1517 Pierce Place 25
1421 W st. n w., 2-*tory anil basement 25
207 B st n.e.. 2-story and basement 26
<236th st. *.e, 2-story 10
my4-3m BEALL. BROWN ft CO.. 1?21 F at.
FOR SALE?LOTS.
Fob sale?
Mass. ave., bet 14th and 15th sts. n.w., 24x126.
16th st., bet. Land M sts. n.w , 30x94 $3.25
S *t., bet. 9th and 10th sts. n. w.. 20x95 1 5a
V *t.. brt. 13th and 14th st?- n.w.. 20x8") 1.2a
N *t, bet. N. Cap and 1st *ts. n.w.. 18x60 90
Oregon are., near N. H ave. n.w.,20x91 90
BUST ft HUNGEKFOR.)
my28-3t 624 14th at
F)R SALE-BUliDING LOTS N. W. COB. 3D ,
and F sts n.e ; very elevated: ready for series of
buildings. 105 feet frtfnt on asphalt pavement on F
at sfid 13t> feet on 3d st.. about 19,500 feet; will sub
divide most *dvanta*eou*ly. goodchance for capitalist
or bnllder to Improve, will be sold at a figure which,
in thia rapidly growing aection will insure rroht In
the near future. J. B. WIMEK,
njy*JH-3t 1313 Fat.
F?J<
P)R SALE-A BARGAIN?3 LOTS. 16?^117 FEET
to ptiblic alley, on 9tb st. n e , near East Capitol
at. J A. SETTLE ft CO- 1225 F *t.
Ws have some desirable Iota In the northweat portion
of the city and near Dupoat Circle, which we can offer
as Special bargains for a few Jay*.
J. A. SETTLE ft CO.,
my28-3t 1235 F st.
VOR SALE-DESIRABLE LOTS IN MT. PLEA8
JT ant. (550 and 9700 each. J. R HERTFORD,
_ my .s-lmo _ Fleming Buildiny, 1419 G *t.
I^OR" SALE-BETTER INVESTMENT THAN
stocks, bond* or bank*, only 30. cant* per foot;
$25ca*b. balance ilOper month: 17 feet front build
in* Lots on Kentucky ave. s.e.. recently trraded but |
one <*ioare fr. m new Anacosta bridge: 30-foot alley:
perfect title, de^d* free; bound to enhance. Apply to
WKLI.LR ? REPETTI. 326 Pa ave. *.e. my28-6t |
FOR SALE-TWO CHEAP LOTS O* D ST. 8. E.,
between 1st and 2d sts . with old houae renting for
#8. Only 11.200 each.
iiiy28-.1t* WRIGHT ft STOCKETT, 810 F n.w.
FOR SALE?DEMISABLE BUSINESS LOTS, (COR
nat), 86 fee*, dn New York ave. and 85 feet on lat
st. a w. Inquire at S. DESIO'S, corner 9th and E sta.
n.w. my27 -3t*
OR SALE-LOTS ON BOrNDARY, NEAR SEW
Jer*y ave.. 17x50, south front, fewer, water, and
Kas. il per foot; 1604 N. J. ave., 0 r.. cellar, m. I.,
82,930. Apply 415Q St. n.w my27-3t*
FOR S \ I.E-6EV EBAL^VERY HANDSOME LOTS,
northwest. 20th st. bet. O and P, $5,400. O it.,
near 20th $6,000 N. H ave . ne?r N st. ? $2 sa ft.
my25-3t STEIGER ft LIEBEBMANN, 1303 F *t.
Ijhjb sale?n h ave , bet m and n, 35xii5,
? $1 25
S st.. bet. N. H. ave. and ISth at .23x91, $160
21st it, near P iirraaedi 20x116, $1>0.
21 st It, near P. 23x80. to alley $1 90.
Lot* on North Capitol st, bet. M and Electric rail
w*y. 21x64. 20x84. ftc. ? also, several short lots on M,
we*t of N. Capitol st . also, flf'een or twenty lot* In
Patterson ?t. at speculative Bricea.
my25-3t JOHN SHEkSIaN ft CO. 1407 Fat.
VOB SALE-FRONTAGE OF 152 FT., WELL LO- i
cated, northwert; back and ?ld-alley*; 81 aq. ft.
Alao. 100x100 ft. on aprcmibent corner near Dupont
Circle STEIGEK ft LIEBERMANnT
mv2o-3t 1303 Fat.
P)R SALE?A CHEAP LOT. FRONTING 80 FT.
on Vermont ave , 87 ft. 10th ?t . wide parkins.
room for three Louses. only $4,500 DAVID D.
STONE, 806 F ft n. w my25-3t
FOR SALE?ftT A SACRIFICE ON ACCOCNT OF
cfler join* into bnaiueas. two lots on Pnnceton
at., o;ie block from Dr. Hammond's residence 36c.
and 20c per sq. ft. Aply at once DAVID D STONE,
806 F st. n. w. my25-3t
boR BALE
JT BARGAINS IN LOTS.
Lota 5 and 20. blk. 20. Col. Heijrhts
Lets 16 ?nd 16. b k. 21. Col. Height*
L? ts 22 a? d 23. blk 5. Le Droit Park 81 00
Lot 11.sqr. 836 Est n.e.. 60'
Lot S4 siir. 70. N H ave $1 75
Lot 53. ?qr 97 N H ave 2 50
Lot 5'^. sqr 165, Q st, near N. H. ave 2.50
my2&>3t G. A. JORDAN. 1417 Fat.
FOR SALE-OPPOSITE EVLORAMA. AT 31.26
su ft.. 62 ft. front on 22d st
my25-:tt 81EIUER ft LILBERMANN. 1303 F *t.
F
EOh a\LE?3 HANDSOME LOTS IN ORIGINAL
oak Grove near Dr Hamniui.d'i re*idence, on
nceton st. sixe each. 60xl5t*. 1 nee only 35c per
foot A. S. CAY WOOD, 933 9th st. n.w uiy25-8t*
17oR SALE-SPLENDID~CORNER LOT. NEAR |
the new Siynal offlce, joxTo price per square
foot $ : WESCOTT ft WILCOX,
4iy25-3t 1907 Pa. are.
F)R SALE-TWO VALUABLE CORNERS. GA.
ave and loth at. ae,at a special baryain; will
a ibdivide into .hirtj bul.ding lots. street* now being
improved W RIGHi ft SIOCKLTT, 810 F at n.w.
my25-3t"
IX(R SALE
1 DEODED BARGAINS
In Bujlduiif Loti.
B. I ave.. bet. 14tu a:.d l .th sts.
Mi-- ave . o-sr 14th st (I homa* Circle)
C *t., near 14th st
V st. bet. l.th sud 18th sts.
G st . near 7th st . n e.
New York ave and 22d st*.
Cor. 20th st and Virginia ave.
Cor. 21 st st. and C at.
Apply to
a. ?. N HUTCH ft CO
| my2o-3t 1505 Penn ave.
17<?K s.iLE-NORTH 8IDE OF BOUNDABYH8T..
$1 25 a foot. New Hampshire ave . $1.75 afoot;
M st. uear North Capitol. 81, M st., bet 4th and 5th,
$1 75. 9tn at, uear L. $2; Columbian Height*. 26c. 1
t" 5<* . Meridian Hill. 35c. and 40c. THOS. gTHEN- I
8EY ft Co? 1300 F *t n w. my25-lw
170K SALE-ONE uK THREE CHOICE LOTS,ON
14th st ,between T and Wailach n.w . each 20xlOt>
U. al.ey. at less than curfent pr.ces
my2o-3t LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. 920 FSt. n.w.
^OR SALE -CHOICE ACRE LOTS. WEST OF AND ,
near 'lakoma, to persons who will improve at
once LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER.
my25-3l 9U0 Est n.w.
I^OR SALE?TWO ORIGINAL LOTS. ON 4TH ST.. ,
bet E and G n.e., lol feet front side and rear
alley, cheapest grcund in the neijf hborh'^od; perfect
title 35c foot. JNO. F. WAGGAMAN, 700 14th *t.
my25-3t
1, OR 8ALE-A CORNER 1PROPERTY, CONTAIN
l:? 34.0<I0 feet near the heart of the city: will
subd.t.de nicely, a gowd investment for a syndicate,
aud an opportunity for a builder, can't be equaled;
l. rfect t :*,ie ,"?Oc. square loot J No. F. W AGGA- I
11AN. 70014th *t my2.V3?
L'UK SALE ON 16TH 8T. EXTENDED. WELL
A loca;.d Lot, next to lots owned by Secretary
Blaine. I desire to (ell and will offer inducement* to
au immediate purchaaer. Aidre,* Box 124. Star
of&ce my25-3t
F'OR SALE-AT ft PRICE SURE TO YIELD ^A
han isome return. 2 lot* on Columbia Hemhta,
near Gen. Swaim's and the picturesque *tone church; |
nice location for a itsije:- ?. on.) offered for a few
daya JNO F. WAGGAMAN,
my2.V3t 700 14th at.
8ALE?TO BUILDERS AND INVESTORS^
1 I will seiL cheap, in blocks or singly, the most eco
nomical lots m the best improved square, sq. north
e*.?t W E. BUKFORD. lev'v; N Y. ave. ap20-6W
1,'OR SALE?60 LOTS IN" "FAIRVIEW" BE
tweeu Eckington aud National lair grounda, 25x
100 and 25112'). from 8150 to $300each easy terms.
This sutsliviaiou is on the line of improvement* and
afford* an opportunity for investment. For plat* and
information apply to Rl'8T ft HUNGEKFi>RD.
my24-lm 624 14 th at. n. w.
R SALE-ONE LOT. NEAR DL'PONT CIRCLE^
24x^)6. cheat. #V. 25 a fo<>t; one lot. near Dupont
circle. 23x80. cb'-a*. 81 60 a foot, on* lot near Du
pont nrcle, 23xlo0, cheep, 81 45afoot; one lot. near
Dupont circle. 19x100, cheap. $1 45 a foot Apply
CHARLES EARLY. 603 14th st n.w. my!8-2w
IXjR SALE - BEAUTIFUL LOT. frOslSOl, 15TH
st . near Columbia Road, 35c per foot, naiabbor
? rapidly improving Inquire at Room 36, Gun ton
ling. 4 .2 La. ave . bet JO a. iu. and 4 pm. 16-2w*
iV)R SALE?LOTS IN WAGGAMAN ftXD BI
dout'a addition to the city of Washington, formerly
called Woodley Park. 1 his property la situate at the
terminna of Connecticut ave eitended. and adjoin*
Kalorama Height*, the new bridge and the park drive,
aud near by the proposed Zoological garden* An alac
tn. road will be conatructed, a charter having already
Inn obtained from Congres-i Soeciei pricea to peo
ple of prominence who will build sue ho usee.
Call for plat, also bulletin of cneap property
JNO. F WAGGAMAN,
?. ~ ?>? 700 14th *t
_ 8.000 FEET OF GROUND;
New Hampehire av* 26th and H ata.. will make |
twaive or mora Iota of not leaa than 15 feet frontage.
apI6 FRANK B CONGER. 1416 F ?t
J<ofe 8XLJt^THAT 8px?5DiD LOT
on *outheMt corner New Hampshire avs and R at at
$3 per foot rKANK B CONGER.
anil 1415 Fat.
NOTARIES PUBLIC.
riOMkla?IOSiK OF DEEDS FOR EVERY STATE
V- and lerntwry, Notar) ana L It. Camiuianon
E BEALL. Y'Xil F st. k-w In ufhee Lroai 9a
to o p.it. *17
YjUfLDIBO PAPERS. MORTAR COLORS, IK
JDportad Portland. R Tap, Roeeaidale. and An tie tain
Cedent*, Hotft Pmof Paper and Clisrooal
J. X. WALKER aosa. ^v>4 10U *t B-w. 1
FOR SALE-HOUSES.
I^OB SALE? HOUSES?
R. I. are., north side. near 15th at., 1 Or. $10,300
H St. north side, near 13th st, 8r 7.500
Corcoran at., north i?d?. near loth at., 7r 5.000
Marlon at. bet. Q and R, Oth and 7th sta.. 8r ?5C~
my28-3t 624 14th at.
FS
. B 8ALE-THE FOLLOWING VERY DESIRA
. bla building sites, northwest
North aide of K at., near 18th. 40x100. to allay (2
old houaea. renting at <40). per foot <3.
N at. north aide, near 17tfc, 2 lota. 18x100 each, to
?liar, per foot |3
R at., north aide, near 19th at., 2 lota, 20x100 each,
to alley, per foot. .$1.90
R at., between 13th and 14tn, north aide. 2.>x9.">,
to alley, per foot *2.15
Pat., north aide.between 21st and 22d sta , 40x100
(old frame), per foot $1.60
19th at, near Pa. are., 21x70 (old frame), rente
?18 (3,800
GEO. W. U.NK1>?.
my28-6t Cor. 19th and Pa. eve.
>R SALE?SEVERAL HAND80MILTFINI8HED
and well built houaea, convenient to State and
Treaaury department*. Price 810 000 each.
J. A. SETTLE k CO.
my28-3t 1226 F at
Fib sale?several houses on biggs st..
bet. 13th and 14th ata. In a flret-claae neighbor
hood Price $.'>,000 each. Al*o some am all houaea la
the eonthwaat at low flguree for cash.
J. A. SETTLE k CO..
_my28-3t 1225 F at
F>B HALE?A BARGAIN -HOUSE, 9 ROOMS AND
bath, lot 22X130; stable, wide alley, in thor
ough repair: on C near 4* at. n.w. ? will rent for $60;
cheap at $6,&00. J. R. HERTFORD, 1419 G at.
my28 3t
)R SALE-HOUSE ON OTH ST. N.E. BETWEEN
DandE. lot61x105 ft.: ?5.500. J. R. HERT
FORD. Fleming Building, 1419 G at. my28-3t
F" OR SALE? |214 A at. n. e? f. h.,
2210 to 2234 Bdy. at 9r 87.000
n.w, b.h. 4r 816,900,1114 and 1116 Oth at.
2024 to 2042 Bound- a. w.. b.h., 7ra., and 1
ary st n w,b h ,4r 15,700 f.h. In rear 0,000
1738 I at n.w? b. h.. 406 and 408 11th at.
ra. L. llr 15.000 a.w., b. h.. m.l..9r .6,600
2211 to 2229 10th at 113 A st n. e^ b.h,
n.w, b h.,5r 13,000 7r 4.250
1733 to 1743 E at. n. 02 to 68 Gst n. e.. f.
w.6r 9.0001 h., 4r 3,500
701 to 709 Farragut 38 and 42 Myrtle at , b.
st. n.w. b.h 9.000 h.. 7r 3.400
1904 R st n. w.. I. h., >321 to 323* D at a.e.,
8r? 7.000' f.h.. 6r 3,000
1 to 6 alley, bet 12th 302 9th at. a.e., b h.,
aud 13th.iland N ata. Or 3.000
nw 6,000 2018 9th at.n.w..b.h.,
1139 to 115134 23d at | Or..... 3,000
n.w.. f. h., 4r 6,000 451 and 453 Ridge at.,
1740 N. Y. are. n. w.,_ ( nw.if.h.,6r 2.500
11
1839 8th st. n.w., b.h..
6r..., .2,400
735 2d st. n. w? b. h.,
5r 2,000
424 and 426 0 st alley,
n w? f.h., 4r 1,800
6 y st. n. w.. f. h.. 6r. 1,500
Southeaat corner S. C.
b.h.,m.i.,14r 0,000
1123 20th at. n.w., f.n..
Or*., and 2 houaea
rear, 4r each. 5,000!
1311 D at. n. w? th., |<
6r ......5,000
3328 to 3334 Pat. n.
W., f.h.) (>r..,.......fi|000 VUU.WVW. kW(U?l U. V.
829 to 836 22d at. n.w., ave. and 14th at a.e..
b. h? 9r 4,500 2r 1,000
423 N st. n w.. f.h. and Alley bet. 4* and Oth
2 houses rear 4.0001 H and I sts. s.w., f.h.900
The above la only a portion of the property on my
books. For full list call at office for bulletin issued on
the lat and 15th. (my2b< THOS. E. WAGGAMAM.
Fob SALE?1403 318T ST., 10 BOOMS, 3 STORY
and back building: haa furnace, nice yard; price
$0,500; one-fourth cash
my28-3t A. J. whitaker, 1307* F st
F>B SALE?1149 218T ST., 4-STORY BRICK;
newly papered: 8 large rooms; want offer; key at
? my28-3t A. 3. WHITAKER, 1307* F st
FOR SALE - for INVESTMENT - 2-STORY
brick; 0 rooma, nowly papered throughout, on let
tered st. n.w.; rent $24.o0; price 13,400.
my28-3t A. J. whitaker, 1307*Fst_
FOB SALE?1002 NORTH CAROLINA AVENUE,
fine House, hue location, very cheap; easy terms 8
rooms, pantry, bath, iron porch and fence. OWNER,
810 t at. n w? Room 20. my28-3t*
~e?or"sale
.T (OR RENT.)
That beauttful House on the northwest corner of
13th and N streets northwest. No. 1303 N street.
Lot is 50x100. Fine grounds. Houae has eleven (11)
rooms exclusive of cellar. Seven (7) bed-rooms. Fine
view down the Potomac river from top of house.
House is well and substantially built. Workmanship
of the highest order.
PRICE;
For Sale $27,500
aa follows:
Cash $12,500
Balance............ to suit
. (Or all cash).
for RENT: .
Price per month (unfurnished' $loO
Must be leased for 5 or 0 years. For further partic
ular apply to GURLEY BROS..
1335 F street n. w?
my28-6t 8o'.e agentsfor the owner.
TX>R SALE?A BARGAIN?GOOD EIGHT-ROOM
JT frame house; ml; 8th st. bet. G and II a.e.; lot
38x116 to 18-foot alley; the ground worth the price;
$3,500; eaay terms. Alio desirable corner lots at
Brookland. new bnok; ten rooms and cellar; all mi.,
lot 23x140 to 30-foot side and back alley. a good In
vestment. J. 8. BELT A CO., Room 47, Atlantic
Building. my28-3t*
FOR SALE?A FIR9T-CLABS HOUSE ON N ST.,
bet. 17th and 18th; 13 rooms; every mod. con
venience; lot 20x100. Thisisoneof the choicest lo
cationa in the city. will take small house as part pay
ment; piice reduced to $15,000. DAVID D. STONE,
806 F st. n.w. my27-3t
I?OR SALE?A desirable PROPERTY ON H ST.,
near 13th n.w.; lOrooms; mod. impe.: lot 23x96
to 30 ft. alley, with two-story brick stable; pays 7*
percent on $8,000. property in this neighborhood is
rapidly increasing In value. Apply at once to DAVID
D. 8IONE. 806 F St. n.w. my27-3t
F)R SALE-NO reasonable OFFER REFUSED
on a splendid new house on 4th st. n.e., one square
from East Capitol at.: owner wishes to leave city;
houae contains 10 rooms and bath; unusually well
built. lot 18.3x100 to alley; first-class surroundings;
convenient location. If you are looking for cheap
home or a first-class investment apply at once to
DAVID D. STONE. 800 F st. n.w. iny27 3t
For sale?a very handsome row of
Brick Dwellings, some nearly completed, some Just
finished, on M St.. between 4th and 5th n.e. These
houses nave every modern convenience, are well
planned, and well built They have 0 rooma and bath
each, and are 10 ieet front; corner houses 17 feet. We
can aell the corner houses for $4,600. and inaide houses
for #3,700 aud $3,800 txamino tuern. SWOUM
SlEDf * BKADLEY. 927 F st. n.w. my27-6t
jpOB s ale
Do uble House, cor. 6th and R $5,000
7-Room Houae on 6th, bet, 0 and R 4.2U0
Cor. Marion and Rhode Island ave 10,000
On K. bet 6th and Marion, 8rs 7,<>00
On Oth, bet Q aud R, 8rs 7,000
On Marion St., bet. O and R $4,350 and 6.000
9-Room House, Q. Bet. 15th and lOtn 6.005
9 ?' " loth, bet. T and U sts
7 M " W. bet. 15th and 10th 8,600
6 " " and cellar on Boundary 3.000
0 " " on 8th st. nw 2,800
Apply to J. W. P. MYERS 4 SON,
my27-0t* 1420 New York ave.
P)R SALE-NO. 631 T 8T. N~W~N" EW 7-ROOM
and bath preas brick dwelling. 1?.G front. Price
$4,250. $l,oOO cash, balance $40 per month. W.
RILEY DEEBLE, 1319 F st. my27-6t
For sale - 3 new o-room bay-window
brick houses, near Gov't Print. Office, K-st. market
Belt line and Columbia street cars. price only $3,150
each: *500 cash, balance in one, two, three, and lour
years. CHARLES W. HANDY, 921 F St. n.w.
my25-6t
Fob "sale-business property-premises
917 E St., three houses (aggregate rent $82 per
month): lot 31 0*xl59. Electric railway will pass in
front. Will aell at a bargain JOHN SHERMAN k
00.. 1407 F St. my25 at
T?OR~ SALE?BARGAINS?1435 B ST. 7 BOOMS
r and bath. mod. imps ; lot 20x140 to alley, select
neighborhood.
l.ith st. n.w, new, 6 rooms and bath, nicely pa
pered; $4,260.
P st n. w , new. 7 rooms and bath; $4,250.
T St., new, 7 rooms and bath, splendid condition;
$4,250.
O st., near 12th, cosy brick house, 7 rooms and bath,
every mod. convenience, very cheap at $5,000.
F st . near 17th. 12 rooms, mod. Imps ; $7,000.
my2o-3t DAVID D. 8 TONE, 80(5 F ?t. n.w.
PjR sale-valuable property-parties
desiring to make lnveatment* or purchase homes
will fiud it to their advantage to consult H M MAR
TIN, Real Estate aud Insurance Agent 1929 Pa. ave.
n.w. Personal attention given to all business con
ducted in thia office.
FOR SALE?A bargain ; 1,020 feet of ground, im
proved by a O-room house, an excellent location In
the West End. price, $2,300.
A desirable home, 9 rooma and bath; first-claas con
dition. press-brick front. 21st near Pa. ave. n. w ;
price, $i.500. An extended sale list of property at
office H M. MARTIN. 1929 Pa. ave. n w. my25-3f
I^OR SALE-MODERN 12-ROOM RESIDENCE,
fashionably located, northwest, three rooms deep.
open fireplaces in hall and rooms. 'Ibis house is sub
stautially built by a leading architect and builder and
la thoroughly modern price, ?11,250.
_my25-3t STEIOEK k LlEBt-KMANN, 1303 F St.
For sale-an artistic and thoroughly
comfortable Houae containing 10 rooma, 3 atories
and cellar, all modern conveniences, fine furnace
electric bella throughout. handsome bard wood man
tela: rich enameled art tiles in all the rooms and halls
wide oak stair case. drawing room in Ivory white fin
lab. in fact the house is complete in all particulars
substantially bulit elegsntly situated, near Dupont
Circle, and all ready for occupancy. Price, $14,000
For further particulars call at office of J NO. A. PRES
COTf, 1416 F st n. w. my25-7t
F)B SALE-NEW BB10K HOUSE. PAPERED
throughout. 8 rooms and bath, m northwest, with
allsy on side and rear, will be sold at a reduced price
if taken at once. HiLL * JOHNSTON, 1503 Penn
sylvania ave. my25-3t
_R SALE?SEVERAL MEDIUM-PRICED MOD
ern residencee, well located, northwest, at $7,000
$0,800. and $4,200.
my26-3t STklGER * LIEBERM AN N. 1303 F st
F>b SALE-VALUABLE 8-room, bay-window
brick. all mod. lmpa.. good neighborhood; nigh
ground. Mass. ave., near 7th st n.e.; price $4,800
A. 8 CAYWOOD. 9339th st Uiy25-3f
!7>OR SALE?K I. AVE.. BET. 14TH AND 15TH
sta. n w.. 3-story brick, 11 rooms, fine location,
122x100, $11,000. _
10th St.. bet. L and M sta. n.w.. 3-stonr brick, 10
rooma, excellent location, a bargain, $9,500.
Pet. bet. loth and 16th sts. n.w., 2-story and baae
ment brick, 10 rooms, beet location, cheap, $8,000.
K st, bet. 21st and 22d sta. n.w., 3-etory brick, 10
rooma. best condition, very low, $7,600.
12th st.. bet R and S ata. n.w., 9-room brick, good
condition, cheap. $6.O0O.
14th st. bet U and V su. n w , 2-story 6-room frame,
lot 19x100, with stable, fine business property, a great
bargain, $4,500
Get our May bulletin.
B. F. gilbert k CO..
my26-3t 625 F et. n.w.
I fOR SALE-SPECIAL BARGAINS?
A. 427 7th st s e . 0 rum . bath. m. i.. $2,200.
New 0-rm. brick. ? vl st. near F n.e. .42,800.
my26-3t* WKIUHT k SlOCKKTl, 810 F St. n.w.
F?e
F?
B ^Sabi.
appit w J.v.?h?ckbco..
my25-3t 1506 Penn. aye.
FOB SALE-MUST BE SOLD TO CLOSE AX Es
tate?that dealrable, coxy, and wall-built new brick
dwelling. 1825 Q at n.w., next to cor. of L9th st,
having a good view of Dupont circle: with heavy
brown stone baae. stepe. and trlmminge; Interior oabe
R SALE
Y. ave. bet. 11 th andl2thn.w.,llr.. mJ.
FSf
G st. ilw., bat. 4th and 5th. 13r.. mil. "10,
6th at n w , bat. O and P., lxr^ m t 7,.
P et tt-w., bat O and P. 9r? mi 7.'
1st a*., bet B and C.. 10r., m.1. ft.i
19thst. bet Land M n.w ,7r_,m.l 4
12th st. n.a., bat I and K, 7,000 aq. ft. 1
K et n.a., bet. M. Can. and 1st or, aul I
10th ?-.W B eAMttrtf
my25-3t* ? 13<h at and N. Y. are.
FOR SALE-HOUSES.
T^OR SALE - TWO HOUSES. SIX BOOMS EACH:
r water, m. concreted St., Northwest; under rent at
?28 per month; ?3,500. Will exchange for lot in
SortbwMt section. THLO. A H AUDI NO. 60611th
st n.w. my25-3t
T?OR SALE?ON H ST.. BET. 8TH AND 10TH
F sta n.w.. s fine property, suitable for a residence
or for busineee purposes; 9 larg* rooms, lot 18x130
to 30-foot alley; well rented. must be sold to Mttle
an estate: lmpoaalble to duplicate It for the price
aaked; 17,500. J NO. F. WAGGAMAN,
my25-3t TOO 14th (t.
Fob sale-a obeat bargain, the north
west, at #4.000; a mill caah pajrmrnt of 4500:
a new 'J-story and basement brick House; ckxte to car
lines In rapidly improving section. XHOS. G HEN
SEY k CO.. 1300 F at. n.w. my25-lm
T?OB SALE
.T By TYLEB k BCTHEBFORD, 1307 F at.
(.'una. are., elegant mod. dwl'g, 17r #32.(100
X st. n.w., elegant mod. dwl'g, 19r 30.000
~ st n.w., mod. dwl'tr, with side lot. l4r 10.000
c. Cap. at., opp. new Library, 14r 11,"00
A at. s.e., near 2nd, all m.i.. l_r 8,500
:*1 st.n e , near E. Cap..all m.i, 13r 8,000
1 tith at. n.w., bet. Q ana B, all m.i., lOr 8,<50
5th st. n.w., all m.i.. 8r 4,25(1
Oth st. n.e., all m.l., 7r.. until June 1 st 2,900
10th st. n.e., near H, frame, all m.i., Sr 2.500
Cleveland sve. n.w., 6r 1.800
McLean ave. a.w., or 1.050
Fenton Place n.e , or 1,400
my25-6t*
I JOB SALE-NEW lO-ROOM BRICK HOUsE, 1106
P st. n.w.; price #8,750; terms easy.
my25-3t CHARLES W. HANDY.
FOB SALE ?GOOD INVESTMENTS-FRAME
House. N st. n.w., lot 18^x12" to 30-foot alley,
rent #21. price only #3,000. store and Dwelling,
(rocl corner northwest.lot 20x88. rent #32 50, price
$4,350. Brick House, 7 rooms. 9tu st., near 51 n.w.,
rent #27; price #4,000. R. M. MORRISON, 1212*
F st. n w. my25-3t
1TCOB SALE-A FINE DWELLING ON K~ST. NEAR
J7 14th, 17 rooms; 2 baths. parlor library and Inrire
dining-room on let floor; handsomely frescoed an-.l
papered. Lot 24x135, t o w ide allej Price, #25,000.
A nice 14-rocui dwelltffc, Rhode Island avenue, bet.
14th and 15th; lsrge closets; all modern improve
ment*; house only been built one year; heated by
steam: ooen fire-places in each room. $20,000.
A No. 1 dwelling, Muss ave? near Thomas Circle;
12 rooms; bath; hard - wr?td finish, handsomely pa
pered; south front. $20,000.
A neat 10-room brick: batli, hot and cold water, lot
20x120: West Washington. Only, #0,800.
For full particulars apply to
my22-10t J. T. DYER. 1304 F st.
FS
R SALE?918 M ST. N. W.
1804 Columbia ave.
612 I st. n.w.
20 and 22 Grant Flace.
818 and 820 13th st. n.w.
PLANT k TURTTN,
8sfe Deposit Building,
my8-lm 15th and New York ave.
FiR SALE- _ .
1537 T st. n.w.. three-story Brick, nine rooms.
modern improvements $5,500
1505 T st. n.w., three-story, nine rooms, modern 1111
provements $5,400
1339 Wallach Place, two-story Brick, six rooms,.mod
ern improvements $o,000
310 L st n. w? three-story Brick, seven rooms. $4,o00
Several Houses on flth st. n.w., between Q and R sts^
aeven rooms, bath, modern imps., each $4,100
2215 13th St., two-story Brick, six rooms, modern im
provements $4,300
23 K at n.e., three-story and basement, eleven rooms.
bath #4.000
1211 10th st. n.w.. Frame House $3,900
Several new Houses on H st n.e , between 2d and 3d
sts., two-story, six rooms and cellar, modern im
provements, easy terms $3,600
1231 W st. n.w.. two-story Brick, six rooms, modern
improvements $3,500
1825 Vermout ave.. Frame House, five rooms.#2.275
1821 Vermout ave.. Frame House, five rooms. .$2,200
114 7th st. n.e.. Frame House, five rooms $1,800
my22-6t M. M. PARKER, 1418 F st. n. w.
OR~S ALE?HOUSE 1129 3D ST. N. W? A TWU
story frame, with brick basement; 0rooms: fronts
on :id st. n.w. and New Jersey ave. Inquire A. E. L.
KEESE, 467 N st n.w., or 416 5tli st. n.w. m23-eolm
OB SALE?SEVERAL VERY NICE AND At
tractive 0 and 7 room brick dwell.ngs ou 5th st.,
between L and M n.e., at #2,650 to $3,200. These
houses have pressed brick fronts ana every modern
convenience. They are well built and comfortable,
and will bear Inspection.
SWORMSTEDT k BRADLEY,
my22-6t 927 F st.
FOB SALE-A COSY. COMFORTABLE HOLSE,
new 10 rooms, including kitchen and bath-room,
papered throughout, crystaichsndeliers, cabinet man
tels and open fireplaces in parlors and dining-room, a
bountiful supply of water, law pantries, concreted
ctly di
cellar, perfectly dry, healed by furnace, desirably lo
cated, n
Address
cated, northwest; $8,000; easy terms; no agents,
ss Box loo, Star office. my22-6t*
For sale
Several houses on Q st. n.w, brownstone
fronts, 3-story and basement. 11 rooms, in
course of construction $12,500
1638 19th at., 3-story and basement, 11
rooms 10,500
1815 13th st n.w., 3-atory, 12 rooms, new
house - 10,o00
1514 Q st n.w., 2-story and basement, 10
rooms 8,7o0
1316 12th st. n w., 3-story, 12 looms, m. i. 8.7.50
1512 R st. n.w., 3-story brick. 9 rooms, in. i. 8.500
303 Elm St., Le Droit Park, (rood frame, 8
rooms, cellar and atable, large lot, fruit and
shade trees 8,000
15S8Pierce St., 3-story and basement, 9
rooms, m. 1 5,900
Several choice lota in Le Droit Park.
M. M. PARKER,
my22-61 1418 F at n.w.
F" OR SALE-STOP RENTING AND OWN YOUR
home. $2,500 to #3,250, including side lot; #25
monthly; no cash; will secure you perfect gem of
a home In prettiest neighborhood, n.e.. two lines cars.
ap20-6w* W. E. BURFORD, 1422 N. Y. ave.
OR SALE?VERY VALUABLE AND*DESIRABLE
hotel property known as the "Harris House."
Eligibly located on E street bet 13th and 14th sts.,
commanding an unobatructed view ol Fa. ave. and a
beautiful park. With a front of 70 feet and the lot
containing 11,130 sq. ft., being lot 5, sq. 254. The
hotel is four stories high, has seventy rooms in first -
claaa condition, with elevator. A rare opportunity it
presented to investors to obtain choice centrally-lo
cated ground at lower figures than it can again be
bought for In this locality, which must soon necessa
rily command high prices. Inducements for hotel
keepers to invest were never greater, as the tide of
travel ia toward this beautiiul city, and must be
greatly increased by national and international meet
ings soon to be held here. Terms liberal. Immediate
possession given. Apply at office ol W. W. ME'l'CALF,
1331 F st. my23-2w_
Jj"OR SALE-THREE NEARLY NEW 2-STORY.
bay-window ti-room brick dwellings; s. e.; all
itcd at if' * "'
TYLER & 1
rent d'at OH 1 er cent investment, price tor all $5,000.
fc RLTHLRFORD. 1307 Est my22-6f
T-'OR SALE-THAT ELEGANT RESIDENCE, 1022
.T Vermont ave. n.w., with stable attached, l or terms
and permission to inspect apply to GURLEY BHDS.,
1319 F street c w. mhlZ-3in
IX)R SALE-A FINE BRICK HOUSE ON N ST.
n.w . near 19th St., 14 rooms; bath: m l.; price
#16,000 Also afinelnew Brick,on it st n.w., near 14 th
at.; 16 rooms, with modern improvements. Price,
#20,000. THOS. G. HEN -KY & CO.,
myl4-lm 1300 F st. n.w.
F)R SALE OB LEASE?A FINE LARGE MAN
sion. Just completed, on the corner of 17t_h and O
sts. n.w.; almost on Massachusetts ave.; 27 rooms,
bath, modem improvements and stable. Price,
#40.000. THO8. G. HENSEY K CO.,
myl5-lm 1300 F st. n.w.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
F
YXTANTED
50 shares Typographic.
50 shares Merganthaler.
50 shares Shellabunrer Car.
my28-4t FRANK H PELOUZE. 1313 F ?t.
FOR SALE - AT A BARGAIN, A FIRST-CLASS
Cigar and Tobacco Store, in choice location . good
trade. Address G. B. X., Star office. my27-lw*
I" ?ORSALE-TEAAND COFFEE STAND IN MAR
ket; stoi k. fixtures, trade .jrood chance for young
man wishing to enter into business; reason given lor
selling. Address 1227 6ih st. n.w. my27-31*
OR SALE-A BABGA1N?ESTABLISHED PRO
vision store cor. 9th and N sts. Reason for selling,
change of business. my27-3t"
jToliTestablished GBOCERY FOR SALE
to an immediate purchaser, rare chance for party
with small capital. satisfactory reasons given for sell
lug. Apply at 1017 12th st. n.w. my20--9f__
FOR SALE-A NEW STEAM PASSENGER YACHT,
12by 70 by 4 feet; speed, 16 miles; price, $7,000,
011 3 years' credit, with nrst mortgage security. For
charier at #50 per day. W. W. GILES, Washington,
D.C. iny2.> 3t
IIOIt SALE-THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A
Grocery Store 011 4H st. a.w. Good fresh stock and
good business \\ ill be sold at inventory. A No. 1
chance. C. L. BOYER, 313 4H St. s.w. my25-3t*
XiBTSALE-FOli #2,500 CASH-A GOOD, l'ROF
ltable. unincumbered business, ( a> :inr clear from
#200 to $350 per month; must sell, satisfactory rea
sons therefor: store rent nearly nothing. Addre.-s Box
120 Star office. my25-3t*
I^OR ~8ALE - CHEAP - CONFECTIONERY' ICE
cream and soda business; complete tor manufactur
ing; with horse and wagon: splendid opportunity;
good location for cake, pie ana bread baker Applj 18
. th st. n.?. my2o-3t*
\X?R SALE-LEASE AND FIXTURES, BRICK
oifice. scale, fencing, sheds and stable of coal yard
corner of S. Cap. and Canal sts. rent, #20 per uionlh,
lease expires January 20, 1803, price, $200. Apply
1117 18th at. n.w. my21-lm
WTANTED?^A WELL-KNOWN, ACTIVE 11LS1
V t ness man of this city, now occupying a resjsjusi
bls poaition requiring his attention part of each day,
but free todevot* ample time, tcwetner with clerical
help and office room to additional budn ss rej ^rate
from hia personal engagements, desires to obiaiu a
paying poaitlou 01 trust with a business firm or pri
vate party, or ihe management of an estate. Satis
factory reference. Capital turnisbed If necessary.
Addresa EXECUTIVE. P. O. Box 226. myl7-lm
**rilHE WORLD DO MOVE"?REMEMBER THE
A ??Terrestrial Clock," RAMSAY has cut the
prices; watches cleaned, 41: first-class main-springs,
warranted one year, #1. all clock and jewelry work at
the lowest prices in the city; we dely competition.
1224 F ?t. n.w. f 15-6IU
OR SALE?AT A GREAT SACRIFICE?STOCK.
fixtures, and goodwill of a long-established store;
Euceues, hardware, paints, oils and varmsn, notions,
. owner about to leave the city; no reasonable ofler
refused Call between 10 a.m. aud 3 p.m. dally. 1201
4tt at. s.w. my8-lm
F
W
J M. / LATIMEHs surveyor and civil enoi
. I D??r Addrt;## 11W Harrison ?t., Auacosti*. D. C.
Special utteutiou to ?ubdiTi?iuii ot suburban prop
erty. my 4-3a"
BOARDING.
WHS AUBURN, PENNSYLVANIA AVE.. CORNER
X 22d st. n.w.
Cool, pleasant rooms with board at reasonable
prices. my28-lm_
(?1 ?1 ST. N.W., WITH BOARD. COOL, COM;
OXU munlcating rooms; convenient tocars auu
departments. summer rates. my'-o-->t"
IX)R RENT? WITH BOARD?TWO ROOMS, SEC
X/ond floor; the front bay window, alcove, cherry
mantle, with mirrors: furnished as parlor or unfur
nished . near park; three lines cars. 1026 8th st. n.w.
my27-3t*
Boarding in private family ; one large,
delightfully cool room; Uble first-class; 2 gentle
men, #45, or one at #30 per mouth. Inquire In store,
1123 S st. cor. 12th. my25-3f
rpHE ELdMERE, 1408 H ST.
bpectal summer rates Two persons occupying same
room. myy-lm*
&Z WEBSTER, 613 13TH ST. N.W., SIGHT
?eers' home; central to all points of interest; new
furniture, elegant rooms, with board, #6 to #10: per
day. #1 to #2. J. A. DxWITT. Prop. jal4-0m
Robert dalxin, tailor. 230 h street n.w.
Salts made to order, suiw froui #22 up. Panta
from #5 up. A full Use of Spring and Bummer Sam
ples to select from. my25-flt*
ALD LAWN GRASS 8XXD?BCCXEYX
xwww oocu?. r m
it. n.w^ opposite Oentar Market mjl-lm*
for sale ? miscellaneous.
FORSALE-iBAKEBY AND HXT<-RE8~kLSO,
mSr&Sit?' M 3V3 10th ttriT^
F?ih SALE?A OOOD, FINE, STYLJ3H 6-YEAR
fc4?&*STworWlconHo~
^aik,<ia w- *?
gc.B^mou" ?^<5-?..ss?i^tw?
.^rr^EizHS: ch**p ? u
F^2?S?\J*E ~ OF inTEREST TO ANY ONE DE-"
A ,?!,!? horses or carna?re, for their own nu The
i^vertiser. iu consequence of removing from the city.
sale the eutlre content* of his stable
. It consist. of a handsome bay
handa. six years old, sonnd and kind, a
!fv?!rt%el?r;,aildl'*?ui?erior coupe, family or driY
SZJXETiA^jsS^ *;rpIe *??.**
* good, active traveler; has aize and
enough lor working purposes- he xreitrh*
1?~00 pounds, aud is compactly made. Also an ele
g.u t surrey to seat four. An excellent dajrtSS ^Jon
and a handsome side bar-shifting top bugiry, a set
bugg/harness.' *m"le c0UtK! Laree*?. ?ad one set
p?rr' and harness were made by first-class
makers, aud are nearly equal to new
,??t!'uine bargain. will be (riven to parties who buy
Kl!yr.0.:? r^n^o^/wffl^cMST1 ?'
?BTABL*?St.<"
F'\ure8Au,^7? HANDSOME IRON-GRAY BROOD
,lld. Harness, sold for want of use
LhvsiriTn ft: * Shlld c,u ^rive her: suitable for
of i'io E st n w n * ?OUpe or ex^ress w*tron. Rear
f?ton?^n^??^iTTIruL!^v horseIhamble:
w thorn m?V.kP^ lb*-; t^'mpt and irent.e; will stand
price? ?1 on r5S' f ,af l'tAy cau dI've w'th safety;
luce, #100. cail fe*d store, cor. 7th and Boundary
iuy28-3f
F2^\L^BR0^ MARE. SIX YEARS'OLD.
weis-hs I.4110 pounds; will work in all harness
gde^Hortlc?0- CiU?raddre8Sj H"
my28-3t* ' aPPlied ior immediately.
F^lv'^Tf HORSE: SAFE AND GENTLEFOR
s^iTST^? OWn"
UOB HALE-CHEAP- ?
JT Extension-top Carriage, nearly new. Apply at ?t?
if# ^M. M. CHA.MBlRS,
_ 1227 R st. n. w.
l^Cin^,SAxE_9?e lioht. two-seat side:
u^?. ..?f ^W0IV al8?- one Platform-.pring
MrKHV 8r?^7 3'id M ?r furniture w*g0D. P. <?
F?J}? ? ALE-STOCK. FIXTURES, AND GOOD
in thl citv wuf i'ifi bu8.ines?i one of the best stands
vi n? h ' e'l;uid remove stock, if desired, at
oOc. on the dollar of cost. Established eleven years
Address^EXCHANGE. Star offlte. myOs-li'
pOR SALE?CHEAP?A GOOD PLATFOHM TOP
ifte^uii mh\t n"lnch Star Bicycle; also a Health
_ " st- n- w- my2s-3t*
^OR KALE?A HORSE, BY OWNER FR0M~THE
V'ouutry. Can be seen at 3UJ2th7t n.w n'
SALE?A BEAUTIFUL PONY OUTFIT; THE
?' T 18 ?'t'htle for ladits or children; a stylish
harness to match. I>rivate suble. 1008
B-w my28-3t*
FVni ;SAVr7HA,N DSO;,rf: ,YOU<i bay TOCAHOE
X mare, 1G hands, perfectly faultless and fearless
b.',e-?,^ed; "feforUdy todriv?. Ap-'
pi> J. H. QBfcM, 353 Penu. ave. n.w. my27-3t#
"ve ,irae1' oece,wrrmJ1Hr
55js5ss^gST^
f.
^ftCONUFF. 1231 Estnwmyl3-lm
i*08, SALE?SEVERAL FINE BOAD8TEK8 AND
Msvii k" '? be.8oId by WARNER, at Wilmington,
Ma> 3*- bue tveuiHK Star, May 29. my'^5,7,8,30-4t
FSt^, ^uLE ^"CVCLOPEDI^BRTfANNICAf
X .nh edition, in sheep bindins; also a get of ADDle
?, %lp 1' v?l?-; la?t edition; will sell cheap.
_my25-3t* L. B. o., Stir office. |
FV??\r,'F'7SIXTEEN HEAD OF YOUNG HORSES
i tConsisting of sood drivers, workers.
H'iTw^&W^vi%lW C^25-i^
f^ar.y8^.^1^,1,? up^ht?^1^
by June 1 to houseT be
seen Sll 9th st. n.w. my25-Bt
I^OK SALE-A LOT OF HIGH BRED HORSE&
NT?r?\tLl"-<1 (tlevel.sn<l to be -old by WAR
my^^2^;28,30-4t ?tar. May 29.
F,?if.v,ArH:~'rj0 H?i<SL,8, SUITABLE FOR LIGHT
deli\ery teams, and polo Ponies; these horses have
V",V riVD .lro!" ^exaH ? *11 broke. Cau be seen at
l.'th and B sts. n.w . CENTER MARKET. n.y05 8t*
FUR *ALh-<iK EXCHANUE FOR GOOD FARMi
^?re a handsome bay driving* horse, 7 years old ?
N VaveCnRL3 minmes' CaU ^ seeu lu rear of 91 d
- ' ave. n.w. uiy25-3t?
"R25 SAIJ^-ONECpRIGHT PIANO. WITH FANCY
iflleittonea2?^i-an pllJ*ters, rei<eatln|- acUon. ex
^liet t tone. <24o, easy terms, case eitner in 6ose
Wood ox fancy wainut. HLGOWORCH k CO.'S. 928
! _- * nw_ ai'24-3m
F?SiHlL?ril,EE EVENING 8TAR, MAY 29, FOR
irrest iile hor*e, t0 ^ ??ld *' WARNER'S
great sale. May 31. my25.27.28.30-4t
SALE-A RARE COMBINATION OF~SAD^
die and dnvin? horses; ayouOir and stylish pair
lull bothers, of old Vityinia blooded stock, ured by
coni'??tfti v Haj-market, Va.; one has been
of a responsibleCparty*willUU? jiven' *"naty
my25-3t* xfe tSl^y.^.w.
CK>R SALE-OUR ENTIRE SIOCK OF DIA
jp monds, \S atches and Jewelry at 20 per cent dis
count oft the inarked price of ifo^d-j. All goods have
selling price in plain nenxrea. A srlendid opftortunlty
to obtajn g-reat bargains. JACOBS BROTHERS
1226 Penna a^e.
Fso llVvF'-iWA?XER'S OHEAT SPECIAL SAL^
? head flne to?es, Wilmington, Del., Friday!
ri?L> rll my23,27,28,30-41
PORSALE-AT THE NEW YORK CARRIAGE AND
X liaruess Repository, 4<5b Pa. ave. n.%., tor the next
tiiirt} days, the greatest bargains ever oflered in the
cit> in Carriagea, Buggies, Carts, Wacons H?rnp*a
H?KiS2 TO, Inters, Sheets, Nets,' Saddles.'
i r< t? i s'a 'tJ (f??jg- both new au4 secoud
Land. Call and see stock. No trouble to show goods
Propri'-Ujr rel'*lniJg proi>erly done. W. F.GEY^ti
P?it SALE?FIRST-CLASS RIDING PONY, TerY
\irSHAvrt?Ci0??iU??' Injure at FORSrfEHG&
HUHnAi ft, 1U01 /thst. s.w. my'^3-(Jt
I^OR 8ALE-A GRAND BARGAIN, IF TAKEN~AT
? 0111C?~~^ beautiful larKe, line round, fuii bouare
rahinii^il elegantly and elaborately finished;
5 Hi J?i??lHInet esse worM; # ys octaves. ^ rand scale, niajf
nifacenjt tone qualities, a perfect and superb instru
ment, t fe?'t long, J.b wide. Maker's guarantee di live
irfiin i ?Vly slnre l^ceiuber last. Cost
$? UO. oee it and make an oiler for it. cash, or month
?i i ^ a blemish aud absolutely per
Ifcct. Owner lelt the city. Can be seen at tiie wart*
room, of THE PIANO EXCHANGE,
913 Pa. ave.
,'OR SALE
IMPORTANT!
f
*<-}??> bargains in a nimiber'of slightly used Pianos
and Organs, In perfect order, hold ou ij j payments
mylg-lni K_0. SM11H J226 P? ?ve.
Ii'yR SALE ? A MAGNIFlCEN iLY CARVED*
double rouiid, triple strung, full aft-raile, sweet
lit m. Hua"' <?raud Piaiio, same as new, with em
broidered cover and 1-lus.h siooi; cost ?joo now
my'lS-Vw* WILD& BROS., 709 7th .'n.w.
I^ORRALE-NEW, DURABLE GRAVE DESIGNS
,'^f jP"?r4tl0V "?iule of metal leaves and por
>it lain ilovj er.-. also, l, on vases, ciooks and terra-cotta
myl'lflm? SCHMID'S, ol? lath at u "
poR SALE-MEEKS. MKEK8. MEEKS I HAVE
aud l<jr sale a large stock oi new and sec
ouu-hand Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons Surr*?v? v*
tension Cabriolettes, Kensingtons, l'.oari Carts bay
tofis. and all styles of Bu3ineas V.a^ons, Haruess
Whips, Lap Hobes, \v.. at prices and accommodating
terms as can be found lu any market, home or abro id
me a call'at"fWV'x"',,l'tly aUe!,ided oive
u ?t n w . "JJ see for your
'*? myl0-liu_
F^?SAI'E-GRf:AT REDUCTION IN PRICES TO
iT, t, " u IUJ *'ock oi buggies, Ex.-'iop Phaetons,
^rri^ . Cut-Under Surreys, Canopy-Top
vV. t il " r" spriuif Phaetons, .tliniature i'haetons,
V^^tous a specialty, and JiUy dif
if?"1,business wagons and truck*; sole agent
show^worWh-?? ""Wy Cii. vehicles; no trouble to
snow work whether you buy or uot. J K. PRuBEY
cor. Oth and N. Y. av anu 1 y:io M Jd st.n.w. ap2?toJ?<
f^l^nJf hl?J E,B 800u c^buges-new AND
JL second-hand?from the beat maker. La-idaus.
Vwf^8' ^^''Kiiams, Wtor;as, T-Carts. \illag,- Carts!
ul,- , ,, Kensington Wagons, Luggies, Pnaetons^
Wagonettes and Light Coaches. Also, a larse line oi
fine harness. Special prices to the tfade.
1 ^nvate iamilies, deyirous of either buyiniror
on ml Vw1m flucl 11 to thtiT ?^v^ti4,"e to call
xJi.? * t? lil* facilities for the purchase aud sale of
Haruesa. ic, are ui^urp^d! ind
, h.iinjf. stabling aud storage iaciiities .re une
2>OWN tlTu'Mi l ? country W M. F.
mhlOiin n w- lll?Dui"ctiirer'. Ait.
hne.f8 _^?8.iTI^E BARGAINS IN THE
nnest upright 1-lanos; to exchange for suuare
txi'HANiiffV terms to suit buyer. THK P?ANO
n'ya im leading piano house, 913 Pa. ave.
J^OR SALE^
llNew' (-?Uia4re buyers to examine hi. l.rge stock of
New ReSIi?i". 4 ,N>,hlc)e? oi All Style., at hi.
mhlo on'y> 4ul-d C st. n. w
n.h.UJ^m^ Rear of National fiotel.
Ft^nifu XISf l,d y"'a?ON8 ; CARPENTER.
^ *nd ft'ed wokods; "ilso platform
wnSrcirSJulil Kr^"*e" "lld buS>"<nt#- 2 stages, y
spnLg carts, and 1 pony cart, on easy payments
.re 1m John j. coosT. x>lo m it,
?re-3m West Wuhiiurton.
r.e
Great valce In Silk Umbrellas
WARRANTED FOR ONE YEAR.
100 Nobby English Silk Umbrellu, of
our own importation, with large, natural
WeichMl Stick, and Silk Covers.
26-inch, ?3.50,
28-inch. 14.
l*if variety in lowar grade..
AUERBACH * BRO.,
623 PKNKSYLVANIA AVENUE.
?irlMa
'esse Jones & Cc
CONrECTIfmER|AFIJI]
The moat beautiful Line 1]
6U Commerce St., PUwuwu,
Wriu tar deecrtpur. prio, lut B7l4-*o7?t
J^OJjyTRY REAL ESTATE.
T^?^.-?S.nTi'75 ,,acres or fink clover
^8.Sur^HmUe,fromboun,Ury A2?S?.&>1
E^"^R STATIONS OS METROPOUt
~iyS"7ra OOOKt b. LTCKETT, 935 F at
A o1* ^E!,'k8TAtiox- mft branch^: *
fi ^tJ5* JVtS^i0* b^ldjn# lota at 2 and 3 cti p*r foct.
yitn 4-room house, t2.0<>0.
S^l^n^PleBtToT^l^S^S. Of
bJ^^thTSSi 1;?2,oo?)lr fc&twmm ?
F^re/V^il^Kr,?^ ?!FAKM OF 235
TOgaSS-a
di.poMd.cf profitably to MT^*^r^ ?n *
apply to1 * Ulf mile from pI^Fo^^ufc,
inv-'Vlw Q. B. WILSON.
my^.Tlw 141 DFit
FOB SALE ? THE HANDSOMEST TRACT FOR
aubdl\iaion in the vicinity of Waahimrnn. .">0 acrea
B"S*? Hill Farm, at Brooks/the"
tion out on the Met. R. R.. opposite the Catholic I'm
vereityand near the Electric cure The ,twt.?(
Brookland .but on thi. property ?nd could !*? con
'hroutrh lt l-'or fiin particular* enquire of
mriS-lm BEDFORD W. WaLKER. lUO#Fit
I l?OR RF.NT?AT STATION, 9 MII.ESOlf ~nw
/ "Lln*t?n Branch of B and O., 11-rooni houie
Lili R? month- BEDFORD W. WALKER,
I - my-ja-jt 1000 F at.
FOR, SALE-TWO GOOD FAJtMS XEAB CAT
lett a. Fauquier county, \a. 309 acres and CSO
?cre?. respectively. Addreaa C. W HAZEN, Catletr.
_ myt?3-lw*
F)R RENT-A NEW AND FURNISHED HOI SE
at Laurel, B. and O. railroad, aitr.&ted in the ru.st
I ?,?W# PX? Sf thw villa*-. Within a few minutes'
de??1; 'nquire at huliie next to Academy
of Music, Prince &eoiYe atreet; posM.iion trlveu l?t
| June. Addreaa Box 91, Laurel. UtL lnyl8-eo2w"
FOR 8ALE-THE MacLEOD FARM~ADJOINING
'he Property of Mr. Fowler and C, Herick tu-ar
I 5 00 per acre Apply to JOHN STEPHEN
| Real Estate Broker. Bladen.burir, Md. iuy',''J-lm *
T^C25- 8?LE ?.Po EXCHANGE FOR CITY PROPI
I S^AT-other^ontbrtldSSi "near
I WILsiN. i418?r ,'?lrtlcuUr* ??? or w?
Fob sale and rent-Washington grove
'Vf ' ^ ?ne Cottage* in different parta of tha
I ian, ,0J ??>'? ?*?<> to $2,000, and for rent.
' apl5 *m> Mason. M. D. PECK, 934 F at.
YVANTED?I WANT TO KENT FOR THE SIM
I^OR SALE ? 145 ACRES STft PFR apmp
J?ZLSW?U^ aVd 411 outbuildinffB, fruit, wate?
I J1! abundance; 1 mile from KeabrtM->k
ftatloij on B. k. P. railroad; 10 miles from city to to
!&n?h r5fPi?Di !?r5?? e"y Houwd 1020 and 1022
?^t0^.WMW2*t?D, D C- Address MARION
Ka'cSd" AUomcy-.t-Uw^bladen.
K?5?S.^^-^EW COTTAGE AT "BROOKLANIV'
I i ^ fl r,trion Met- Branch B. and O. ft.
**; ? ?J*ht ruoms, cellar, attic and bath-room. twoniin
utea from railroad station* and six minutes from ter
?SEWeST*?" lot 100x150 with ahade
^ A1;S?0 < Apply to LE1GHT0N A PAIRO.tru.
I Uea- 48:-' Louiaianaave. aP30-lm
rffi?D.?i;4 B-aiag. ftiRi ,'r ^{-.SSg
SUBURBAN PROPERTY^
P>0B SALE- " ~ r
I JETwoUh^"A'woRloia. at 6c. per foot
us?r?* ??
_my27-3t tJ2y F at n.w.
. If OR SALE- ?
/E?*'tTakoma Park, a new aix-room cotta*re 10 000
fini"t , I'Srk; exceptionaliv well built
fine cellar, porch, latrobe, 4c. Price. #3 400 ? lmma-'
niv'^7>*??,,10n' LEWIS fc HEATON
??y~__ 029 F at. n.w.
i?9? SALE ? BROOKLAND LOTS ?lilGH AND
7i nIi J -0 niinutea' walk from city ? also
convenient to electric and steam cars: ten housen now
atDnric?^D"nrueti^n' we k,Te the ctlo'ce"t lota for uie
I ?oV^ a^tet^r^b0,^^10 ,00? W
tny25-10t MCLACHlKN * BAi|^L|>.E^ -
I.\Hh CHEAP?CEDAR GROVE, SPRING
^ Pie want, 14-room cot tag-e; lanre stable
thteoi w?t?ri3 tc'"e* of llud: pl'"y
HALPIN village; ::
HALPIN VILLAGE.
T*0MILES THIS SIDEOF^OCKViIlE^0?"
__On the Metropolitan Branch B so KR
LOCATION UN SURPASSED-PRICE LOW
Thi. New Hubdlvi.iuu,
i. ku ? , HALPIN VILLAGE,
if.SSVJ!SJlly ,".'dout in lot* of about 60x100 feet.
?ith .treeta and avenuea already mad? ^oii ?ku_
rmM *R?iiPli^H "d'**14* ou all the street* and av?
nuea. Railroad train, atop at Hidpln VnW, Several
RrJ5?ttn10,? wble *?? m looted on tfietielehraU-d
Bockville turnpike. Prlcea and terms of llie to
? .lir.n7o?.TornPwMvhPmaV b^pT^ni
for l^r,onal ,pec
JNO. A PRESCOTT.
KelWif Building,
_ Piyio-im 1416 Fat. n V.
8ALE-AT BRANCHVltLE HElGHTiToS
?aahinfton branch B. and O , 9 mile* from ^ aali
w^LtStawer pUtlon
rpy. LEAdE - WCK3DLKY. ON WOODLEV LANE"
t^a 51' i ?'nut** drivifrom Boundary, with furni
ccdd witer ; Hf"a1' c*uge *ljd ^ot and
4^ coXe^Sr^^itfr .^ell^t TStt'Td
the plMe 0 farmin* uteuaiia can be leSaM with
tte^^bbCToT^10
fJ^AKOMA PARE. ~
swsf? ss a
vedin1; ?hiiSL,PA?D,1of ,pyre T?t?r permanently re
S^1~n^th,M!llSflSfe.T1,e oniy lou
Park kept u^ to'date' ?' MtIe f?r "U IoU 111 Tikom*
ap29-lm HELTON.
Lunch Goods.
i
LUNCH
MEAT8,
GREAT VARIETY.
LUNCH 1
J MANY KINDS.
LUNCH t
DRINKS. 5 WITHOUT END.
FISH,
LUNCH
LUNCH J
BASKETS. ) BIQ AND "TTLE.
LUNCH )
PICKLES. ) SWEET AND SOUR.
LUNCH SUPPLIES?THE MOST COMPLETE AS
SORTMENT TO BE FOUND IN THE
CITY. DON'T FORGET TO PROVIDE
FOR DECORATION DAY.
ELPHONZO YOUNGS COMPANY.
? mh27 428 NINTH 8T.
f*hiladelphia Store
WILL OFFER BALANCE OF 8TOCK OF
BEST QUALITY FRENCH 8ATTEEN8.
BEAUTIFUL STYLES-NEVER SOLD
LESS THAN 30 AND 37?c.
WILL OFFER WITHOUT RESERVE
THE ENTIRE LOT AT 19c. PER YARD.
THESE GOODS COST FROM 25c TO
28*c. PER YARD.
YOUR CHANCE TO GET ONE OF THE
GREATEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED.
ALSO MATTINGS.
TO CLOSE OUT STOCK WE WILL OF
FER OUR ENTIRE STOCK AT A GREAT
REDUCTION IN PRICE.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUV.
ALL GOODS THROUGHOUT THE
HOUSE MARKED DOWN TO REDUCE
STOCK.
% ______
CARHART * LEIDY.
mt25 ?S8 7th and 700 K ?t a.w.
Straw Hats
rDLL RB * tI-n ?J.5yjiLAP'8 NEW YORK CKLE
ImitaTu,^ MACKINAW 81 RAW HATS.
upwHrta IUckln?,?*. for Boya and Men. at 50c. and
co^r ald^ft,?*1* *nd ^ ,OT ***"- to
1<ew OoJor Summer Derby. li*ht In
2 S?.tat5ni,8-50- ,60? ^,00<x
,d8 WUJiTT * RUOFF.
905 Pennayl Tanla ara.
The Murder of Janet T. Klrby.
The Baltimore Jury of inquMt in the cut of
J*. T. Klrby, of that city, a workman in the
Waahington uary-yard, who wm fatally abot
Sunday night in a aaloon. rendered a verdict
thM Jamee T Kirby came to hi* death May 36.
188?, from the effecta of a piatol-ahot wound
McM*h?n. *nd that Geo.
w. Mccubbin and Benjamin Bttenemann wan
accessories to the murder.
* A 9o*oo?. Gbaxtoatb Hovoud.?Mr.
^Ss^urtsia'saaws
class at Wealeyan unirerMty^
HONORING THE DEAD HKROKS.
The Program of Ceremonies for Memo
rial Day, 1889.
TBI ORAXD PARADE?THE ORDER or tltlCIUI
AT ARLI>OTOX. AT SOLDIERS' BO*t. TBR COS
OREMIOXAL CEMETERY. AND URIBI -TBE
SPEECHES. POEMS, ETC.
The executive committee chsreed with the
arrangement of the memorial service* of the
department of the Totomac. G. A R.. has com
pleted the program for Thursday'* ceremonies.
The grand parade, which will tft under the
command of Chief Marshal Fred. Brackett. will
move from 14th street and Pennsylvania avenue
at 10 a. m. It will proceed by way of 15th
street. Pennsylvania avenue, and M street to
the aqueduct bridge and then be dismissed. It
will be composed exclusively of the District
national guard, commanded by Gen. Ordway,
the officers and members of the department of
the Potomac and their regular eocort?the "Old
Guard." under Capt. Jas. M. Edgar?and those
who will participate in the ceremonies.
AT ARLIXOTON.
The order of exercises at Arlington will be
under the direction of Col. Fred. Brackett. who
is officer of the day. Before the regular ser
vices the Marine band will play a dirge at the
tomb of Gen. Sheridan, and when the motiu
nieut is unveiled the grave will be decorated by
members of the Potomac Ladies' Belief corps.
Similar services will also be held at the grave
of Gen. Paul before the nationnl salute is tired
at noon by light battery C, of the third artil
lery, commanded by Maj. John G. Turnbnll.
The procession, consisting of the committee,
the invited guests, members of the G. A. B..
ex-?oldiers and sailors, and the orphan chil
dren. in which the public are invited to join.
will form at 12 m. in front of the Arlington
mansion, headed by the Marine baud, fhe
procession will then march to the tomb of the
"unknown." where, halting, the baud will plav
a dirge, after which the march will be con
tinued by the main road to the cemeterv, when
the procession will aeparate and proceed with
the decoration of the graves. The Marine
band during the ceremonies of decoration will
render appropriate selections. After the deco
ration of the graves the procession will again
form and march to the amphitheater.where the
services will be held.
The swvices in the amphitheater will be in
the following order: Dirge?"The Honored
Dead" (Sousa). Marine band; calling the as
sembly to order, Dept. Commander Wm. S.
Odell; Hymn?"Bock of Ages" I Hastings). Ma
rine band; invocation. Bifliop John F. Hurst:
"Sleep, Sacred Dust," Mozart club: original
poem, Hon. Eugene F. Ware. Ft. Scott Kan.;
"Honor the Brave." Mozart club: orati n, Hon.
D. S. Alexander, Buffalo. N. Y.; me morial dirge,
"The Veteran's Tribute" (Perkins . Marine
band; "Let the Hills and Vales Bt sound, Mo
zart club; benediction, Bev. Samuel Kramer,
department chaplain; Bacred song?"Lead,
Kindly Light" < Y\ eber), Marine band.
The Mozart club is composed of J. H. Hun
ter. director: Miss Maggie Storm. Miss Jennie
Kennedy, Miss Ella Lawrenson, Miss Birdie
Crandall. Mrs, M. F. Holdorman. Mrs. Fannie
Bryant, Miss Florence Hughes. Miss Ada Ober,
Messrs. H. H. Burroughs. D. E. Wiber. C. C,
McCormick. R. D. Hopkins. F. H. Melick, J. B.
Quay, A. W. Rapp. Accompanist. Miss May
Hunter.
AT soldiers' home cemetery
the services will be under the direction of
Senior Vice-Department Commander James
II. Pipes. The order of exercises is as fol
lows: National salute, third United States artil
lery; grand sacred concert. "Herald Angels"
(Beyer), Third United States Artillery band;
calling the assembly to order. Comrade James
M. Pipes; "Cover Them Over" ( Will Carleton).
Harmony choral association: invocation. Bev.
George Elliott; "Veterans' Tribute" i Be-etho
ren), Soldiers' Home band; poem (original).
Comrade DeW itt C. Sprague; "Soldiers' Braver"
(Lippe). Third United States Artillery band;
"Let Them Best" (E. K. Heyer). Harmonv cho
ral association; oration. Major S>. 8. Bock'wood;
"The Star Spangled Banner" (special choral
arrangement). Harmony choral association;
benediction, Bev. George Elliott; "Departed
Days" (Wiegand). Soldiers' Home band: deco
ration of graves by the committee, visitors, and
inmates of the home.
The decoration committee consists of Mrs
Gen. O. B. Willcox. Lieut. Col. C. C. Byrne.
Major B. F. Bittenhouse. Capt. Bobert Catliu,
E. M. Truell. Geo. J. P. Wood. A. J. Eaton.
Henry J. Kehr. Sergt. Major Thomas Evans,
Com. Sergt. Alex. Campbell. Q. M. Sergt. B. S.
Tolson. Sergt A. Piediort. Sergt. M. Glvnn.
supt. cemetery; 1st St;rgt. Francis Bland. A. P.
Drost, Jas. OBrien; Sergt. James Clark; Mes
dames J. E. McCabe, Amos J. Gunning. E. M.
Truell, Benj. Swan. John A. Vandoren. H. H.
Martin. Geo. J. P. Wood; Misses Laviuia Chase.
Pearl H. Pipes. Bertine Odell. Mamie Ma
cauley, Marian Dimmick. Cora C. Currv;
Sergts. Patrick Davin. K. B. Dickinson. Henry
Collins. Francis Doyle. Wm. Ellwood. Wm.
Kernahan, John Blan, Budolph Stauffer, and
John Corcoran.
Music by the Harmony Choral association?
Dr. Thos. Calver, president: Fr .uk Miller, di
rector; Mrs. E. J. Boyd, accompanist. The
veterans of the home, under command of Major
Gen. O. B Willcox. governor of the home, and
all visitors attending the ceremonies, will as
semble at the speaker's stand, at 10o'clock a.m.
CONGRESSIONAL CEMETERY.
Commander Andrew F. Dinsinore, of Post 10.
will be in charge at Congressional cemetery,
where the service will commence at 9:30 a. m.
The program is as follows:
Dirge, "The Honored Dead," Weber's band;
Calling assemby to order, Comrade A. F. Dins
more; Invocation. Bev. J. D. Wilson; "Sleep,
Sacred Dust." Mozart club; Poem (Original
"The Soldier's Wife and Mother," Comrade
Geo. B. Fleming; "Honor the Brave," Mozart
club: Oration, Hon. W. W. Curry, of Indiana;
"Nearer my God to Thee, Weber's band; Bene
diction. Rev. J. D.Wilson; "Star Spangled Ban
ner." Weber's band.
The decorations at this cemeterv will be at
tended to by P. B. Dickerson, Cris"storm, J. B.
Peake, Wm. F. Dove, Wm. M. King, Geo. T.
Dykes, J. T. Thompson. J. B. Cross, superin
tendent cemetery; H. M. Cross, assistant super
intendent cemetery; Mesdames Wm. F. Dove,
H. S. Linker. E. H. Curry. Cris Storm. K. M.
Harris. S. Lyon. H. Kibbey, J. Bevans and
Misses Edith Dickerson. Alice I'rescott Ethel
Dinsmore and Lou Storm.
AT OTBER CEMETERIES.
D. W. Houghton, of Post 7, will see to the
decoration of the graves in Oak Hill cemetery,
and all who desire to have floral offerings laid
on the tomb* of ex-soldiers and sailors mav
send them to Mr. Houghton's home. 2819 Q
street northwest. There will be no services at
Oak Hill.
Battleground cemetery. Bock creek cemetery
and the isolated graves in the suburbs of the
citv will be attended to by C. G. Bollinger, of
Post So. 1.
A committee of the Logan Guard of Honor,
under the command of Capt. L. B. Cutler,
vice-president of the guard, will strew flowers
upon the tomb of their old commander. A
beautiful floral offering is being prepared. The
Logan Invinciblts, of Baltimore, will also con
tribute to the occasion in a suitable manner.
Chief Marshal Col. Fred. Brackett has
?elected a number of the members of his staff,
among them the following: Wm. Edgar Rogers,
T. W. Tullmidge, Dr. Florence S. Donahue, J.
B. Burke. Newion Ferree. O. H. Boss and Dr.
A. J. Huutoon. Other appointments will be
announced to-morrow.
Past commanders G. A. R. will report at
headquarters at 9:45 a. m. on Thursdav to join
in the memorial parade. G. A. R. badges will
be worn, and cane-flags carried.
The Death Record.
During the four days ending at noon to
day deaths were reported to the health office
as follows: Fannie A. Miller, white. 35 year*;
George O. Moore, white. 52 years: Eliza Mace,
white, 52 year*; Cora Jones, colored. 3 months;
Isaiah Cerdy, colored. 34 year*; Isabella Berry,
colored, 4 month*; Mary L. Chapman, colored.
8 years; Clara W. Owen, white. 34 years; Eliza
beth A. Kendall, white, 86 years; Elizabeth
Caroline Brady, white. 28 years; Cordelia
Lynn, white. 66 years; John W. Amer, white,
50 years; Jame* Camming*, white. 75 years;
Susanna Turton. white, 80 years; Wm. T. Wil
son. white. 67 years; Elizabeth E. Turner,
white, 57 years; Eliza J. Pritchard. white. 42
vears; Wm. Clark, colored. 57 years; Daisy
bell Crawford.colored.3 year*i.illie Palmer,col
ored, 1 year; Isadore Stokes, colored, 5 months;
unknown infant, colored. 1 month; Mary
Fauutroy, colored, 26 years; Cherry Bright,
colored. 45 years; Sarah Gaines, colored. 25
?ears; Daisy Mann, colored, 6 months; James
Brunt, colored. 60 years; Mary A. Gray, col
ored, 87 years; Rose Queen, colored, 27 years;
Margaret F. Honeyman, white. 73 years: Ed
ward Hazel, white. 55 years; Elizabeth Kelly,
white, 70 years; Graham McGlathery, white,
1 month; William M. Benchert, white. 10
yean; Laura Ryan, white, M years; Martha A.
johnson. white, 67 years; Henry Butler, col
ored. 60 year*: Arthur Craig, colored, 1 year;
Georgtanna Willis, colored, 4 months; Norah
Bowman, oolored, 22 years,
?
Fastest Tum to Puumlhia. ? The
Baltimore and Ohio still maintains Its lead in
the matter of quick time a?d accurate train ser
vice to Philadelphia, aad an additional Ms
has been added to the schedule. Pullman
equipment am ail trains.?A?lsC
THE NEW JERUSALEM CHURCH.
An Addrnx from the Connctl mi tfc?
English t'hurch.
Th? feature of the third dar t session of tbe
convention of tbe New Jerusalem church this
morning at the church of Otar Father. ?u the
address from the council of the English church.
It waa read by their messenger. BeT. Mr. Gub*
ton. and waa congratalatory in it* ton*. 4
reply waa read bv Rev. Mr. Goddard. He*.
Mr. Fox. of thia city. was appointed aa a tpeciai
messenger to take the address to the meeting
of the Kngliah council, which will be held 14
England in August next. Yarioua re porta war*
received.
changes aix>rTEt?.
Rev. T. F. Wright, of Massachusetts. from
the council of ministers, offered an amend
ment to the by-law*, which waa adopted,
changing tin number of member* oa the board
of home aud foreigu missions from seven to
nine.
tie also reported in favor of printing mm
abridged liturgy for tbe u?e of missionaries.
This recommendation ?m approved.
the election or orrnRas
waa then held, and refilled in the rs-e lectio?
of the old ofbcers. as follows: President. Her.
Chauncey Giles. of Philadelphia: vic?--presi
dent. Rev. John WorcesU-r, of Ncwtonville.
Mass.; secretaries. 1. v. W lUard H. IIlukley, of
Brookline, Mass.. and Kev. 8. 8. Seward, of
New York city; treasurer. Mr. Francis A_
Da ww in.
The member* of the general council were re
el oted. the ouly change being the substitution
of the name of Geo. V. Thayer, of Michigan,
in place o? M. W. Field, of Michigan. il>o aaed.
Tin* other member* are Kev. S. J. I?ike. P. D.t
of Maine; Rev. John Whitehead, of Pennsyl
vania. Rev. I,. P. Mercer, of Illinois; Rev. J. C.
Aver, of Xew York: Albert Maaou. of Masss
chuaetts: Job Barnard, of thia city; W. N. Ho>
hart, of Ohio; R. A. Keyes, of lliinoia and Robt.
Carswell. of Canada.
At 12 o'clock the convention took a recess
until 2 o'clock lu ord.r to call upon the Presi
dent _
PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS.
"Parapise Flats."?The entertainment at
the National thater last night for the benefi
of the Columbia athletic club was a success m
every way. The audience was large and en
thusiastic. the play proved to be well written
and amusing, the ladn-s and gentlemen who
participated acted intelligently mid with spirit,
and the piece whs well put upon the stage.
Although Mr. H. T. Smith liaa l>een known aa
a proline song writer and us having been guilty
of one or two operetta*, he baa never before
attempted anything ao ambition* aa the three
act comedy entitled -Paradise Flata. which
Wig presented last night. A* a dramatic work
the play has a distinct though not intricate
plot, probable in its conception and con
sent in its development The dialogue
is bright and crisp, tin re are no long speeches,
and many of the situation* are highly amusing.
Two ot the character*?tbe rich uncle and the
maid of all work- are very well drawu. and the
others are sufficiently distinct for the work
they have to perform. The cast last night,
composed entirely <if amateurs, was as follows:
Mir* Jam Mw'tt'h (iannie's aunt, a middle
aged spinster 1. Miss Fielding Ron lie; Hot,toe
M>-rniith (secretly engaged to H?rt>ert >, Miss
Rosa Cotterill; ' ara />? U (secretlv engaged
to Robert), Miss Mary Butterworth; ,stine
Jonet (secretly engaged to Charlie 1. Mi?a
Yaugie Munson; (7uwi (m colored 11.aid of all
work and undispuU d boss of Paradise Flats),
Mi?s Maria Roelker: Mr. Larry S.ttgltfom ^Her
bert's uncle, an old bachelor with a young
heart), Mr. H. T. Smith; HtrUrt 8ingUlrm. Robert
Jrnntnq*, Charity Saoy, joint proprietors of
"Paradise Flats." Messrs. Pierre C. Stevens. 8.
C. Elliott and Leonard C. Chew. The burden
of the work falls on the uncle and the maid of
all work, aud Mr. Smith and Miss Roelker
proved themselves fully equal to the task. Mr.
Smith has be< n recognized as an excellent
comedian, and he presented the eccentric part
of Larry Singhl-m with an eaae and a finish that
would have done credit to a professional. Misa
Roelker sacrificed her good looks to a black
face. *ud was thoroughly natural in her negro
dialect. The rest ot the cast acquitted them
selves creditably, and in the niu?icale scene
Misses Cotterill and RoseUe saug very prettily.
The entire performance was very smooth and
fully justified the remark of an old stager, that
it was the best amateur performance ever seen
in this city. Much credit belongs to Mr. 8. W.
Keene. who had entire charge ot the stage.
Ai.kaioh s Grand Ofera Hoise.?"The Mi
kado." which was produced at Albaugh's i%st
night by the Lamout opera company, was much
better sung and acted than the "Black Hus
sar." which was attempted last week. The
work is more withm the scope ot the abilities
of the troupe, and besides, it is much more fa
miliar to them. Miss Lamont was the Yum-Fufn,
and she intensified by the grace of her acting
and siugiug the pleasant impression she made
here in the part when she was here with the
McCaull company. Miss Baker's Katifha waa
an excellent periorniance, her voice showing
to good advantage, while she acted with spirit
aud effect. Brocalini s Hon-Hah was well ren
dered. aud Louis lie l.augr's A~?-A"o wasthe same
that he has frequently given in this city. The
chorus and orchestra did effective work, and
were obedient to tbe baton of the musical di
rector. Mr. Bauer. Mr. Wm. Pruette sang the
title role with that eaae aud finish which char*
acterizes all his work.
Harris' Bmoc Theatre.?Mr. Frank Kilday
and an excellent company gave Boucicault'*
sensational drama. "The Street* of New York,"
to a crowded house at Harris' last night, and
the piece was handsomely placed upon tbe
stage. Tom Harigrr 1* a part which is admira
bly adopted to Mr. Kilday's abilities, and the
other characters were all well rendered.
The Globe Theater.?The regular specialty
company of the Globe, including the Grieve*'
burlesquers. furnished an enjoyable program.
The specialty acts were cleverly done and the
burlesques were highly amusing.
Aston Ktrelezki. ?Tbe piano recital by
Anton Strelezki at Metzerott hall last night
was listened to by a small but delighted audi
ence. The program included a wide range of
composition from Bach to Rubinstein, and id
all the numbers Mr. Strelezke displayed hu re
markable execution, his intelligent reading,
and his power of endurance.
The Battle or Bill lie*.?The Cycloratna
company will in a very short time use a phono
graph for the delivery of the lecture upon their
great picture of the "Battle of Bull Run" now
on exhibition at their building corner of 15th
street and Ohio avenue. The phonograph la
selected because its utterancos will be audible
from all points of the platform and will be
available at all times.
A Mtsical and Rainbow Fete will be held at
the Washington City Orphan asylum this and
to-morrow ? veningsfor the benefit of the cook
ing class. The operetta of "Red Riding Hood"
and the kitchen garden drill will be rendered
each evening. Refreshments from 6 to 10.
Chcbch of Ocr Father.?A concert will be
given at the Church of Our Father next Friday
night, in which the following will participate:
Messrs. Herndon Morse 11, Henry Xaitaer,
Ernest Szemyleni, Elphonso Youngs. ?. J.
Whipple. Whittaker. Misses Florence Cingg,
Georgie Metzger. Anita Hendie. Mrs. GiMna
and a quartette from the Franz Abt club.
The Mat Queex anl> Colloqct or Nations
will be given bv the pupils of Mia* Julm
Maedel at National Rifles' hall on Friday even
ing next, which will be a unique and attractive
entertainment.
A Warning to Pistol -Carrier*.
Last night between 9 and 10 o'clock * party
of young negroes were on L street, between
20th and 21st streets, engaged in boisterous and
disorderly conduct. The men and womea
were hugging each other when Special Officer
Robt. Johnson appeared and attempted to ar
rest them, whereupon one of them drew a re
volver and fired a shot at the officer. Wealey
Banks waa the member of the gang who waa
captured, and he had a loaded revolver in hie
hand when the officer arrested him. This
morning when the prisoner waa taken before
Judge Miller he was charged with carrying
concealed weapons and with disorderly oon
duct. Judge Miller made some sharp com
ments on persons who carry pistols, and aaid he
propoeed to stop the dangerous habit, if possi
ble. by impoaing the maximum penalty. The
Srisoner was thereupon fined #50 or ninety
ays for carrying the pistol and $5 or fifteea
daya for diaorderly conduct.
Twixmo Cm ia near the Pennsylvania ave
nue new bridge on the eastern shore of the tna
costia river or Eastern Branch of the PotomM
and tbe proposed extension of the W. and G.
R. R.. makes the lota to be Bold at auction cm
Wednesdav May 29. aa easy of access ea any
suburban property lying near the capital. Sale
at 4 JO p.m. ?
There will be a meeting at the Y. M. C. A.
rooms to-morrow evening of persons interested
in the establishment of an aayfum for inebriate*
Tbe District Commissioner* have promised Is
be present.
A number of t^e democratic employee of tbe
Evernment printing office congregated at
and Army hall last night and presented ex
Public Printer Benedict with s gold watch.
Tbe preemption waa made by J. O. Anderooa.
An entertainment was firsn last fight by
member* of Independent Assemble, Knights of
Labor, at tbe Navy Tard Odd Fellows7 ball.
There were speeebee by John H. Thompson, of
New York; H. E. Herman, of Pbltadslphta, and
James Bockett, of this city. Tbs program was
aa interesting and amneing one, very pleastaf
to tbs large audieaoa.

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