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CITY AND DISTRICT.
fy No other paper published hu anything
like half a* many reader* in the city of Wash
ington as haa Thk I.timih Stab, and no other
one baa yet supported its claim* by an affidavit
of it* circulation.
Pl'ZZLKD BY A WOMAN.
The Police Can Make Nothing of M?ry
Brogue's Murder Story.
The police of the third precinct have not vet
solved the alleged murder mystery reported by
the colored woman. Mary Brogue, m heretofore
publuhed in The St sr. Since the arrest of
Walter Moss and the woman's failure to iden
tify him aa the man who she say* conducted
her to a house and showed her the dead body
of her brother. Jesse Liggin*. the police are at
? loos to find any reason fcr the strange story
told by the woman. As published yesterday
the police found where her brother had lived
in Hollidge's court, in rear of O street, but
Jesse was not there, and one of his companion*
reported that he had left Jesse iu Philadelphia.
The conflicting stories told by Moss
and Mary give rise to the belief
that Jesse Ligg.n* is not her brother,
although she gives a perfect description of him
Moss says that hi* father married Jesse's
mother, but Mary disputes that fact, so that
the police cannot tell whether Jesse is Mary's
brother or not. except from her statement.
Thus far the police have learned nothing that
in any way coulirms the story that Mary *aw
her brother's dead body. Jesse is missing and
that is all that thev have been able to learn.
THE WOMAN'S APPARENT SINCERITY.
The woman evidently believes her own story.
In speaking of the matter to a Stab reporter
?he said that when she saxv her brother's body
she was told that he was to be buried in Win
chester on the following day. which was last
Thursday, and she believes that his body was
taken across the river into Virginia.
Mary Brogue. who makes the statement, has
been employed as a domestic in the house of
Mr. Patrick Cusick for about three months.
WHAT SHE TOLD MRS. CfSICK.
Four or five weeks ago she left the house and
went with one of Mr. Cusick's children for a
walk. When she returned she told Mrs. Cusick
that she had seen her brother. Nothing more
was said about her brother nntil a week ago
lant Saturday, when she informed Mrs. Cusick
that her brother was sick. Mrs. Cusick ex
cused her for the balance of the day. When she
returned Monday morning she said that her
brother had been cut. Wednesday evening she
went to Mrs. Cusick crying and told her that
?he had just learned that her brother was
dead. Again she was excused, and when she
returned the next day she told how she saw her
brother lying on a board in the house which
?he has been looking for. Mary told Mrs.
Cusick that if some one would walk with her
from her ( Mrs. Cusick's) house that she could
take them to the place where she saw her
brother's dead body.
Transfers of Real Kstate.
Deeds in fee have been filed as follows:
H. B. Moulton to D. G. Swaim. lots 2 and 4. blk.
3. T and B's sub Mt. Pleasant; $?. P. Baur to
Kosa Robinson, pts. 2 and 3. sq. 387; ?8.550.
D. Bietwill to M. J. Kean. lot 2. sq. 40; ??. A.
S. Taylor to C. P. Williams, pt. 10. sq. 70;
#3.000. May E. Greenland to Augustus L. Phil
lips. snb ft. sq. 2t)3. 2?. J. O. J hnson to P.
M. Dubaiit. ?ub 94. sq. 373: $3,290. Jesse
Shreve to O. Cox, sub 47. sq. 475; r750. J. E.
Freeman to H. Yaeger. sub. :W. sq. 303; e?.
Charlotte E. Penny to W. W. Join s, pt. It. sq.
122; 32.000. T. J. Fiock to K. Willson, lots 31
and 32. blk. 11. Kalorama Heights; -if?. C. M.
Sioussa et al. to Isabella B. Teel. interest in lot
22. sa. 127: . J. N. Plowman et al. to K. 8.
Werder et al.. trustees, sub SO, sq. 623; ?.
Florence McDwitt to Jacob Scharf. pt. Pros
pect; 33.000. W. O'Brien to T. E. Waggaman
et al.. lots 1 and 8, sq. 599; ??. John L.
Weaver to Cora W. King, sub 24. blk. 13, Lee
Droit Park; dS.^JO.
THE COURTS.
Cocbt ix General Teum?Justice$ Hagner.
JamtS and .Von/ywiery.
Yesterday. Webster agt. Baltimore and Po
tomac1 railroad company. argued and sub
letted. Anderson agt. same; argued in part.
Evjrm Court - .htdrji Cox.
Yesjerdav. Moore agt. Porter et al.; restrain
ing or^ler. In re petition of Edwin Shuffie
botham. order of publication. Lutrobc agt.
McKte et al.; order overruling motion to dis
miss. Taflor agt. Mclntire et al.; order to
?how cause. United States agt. Howgate et al.;
order ratifying auditor's report. Burkbrrt
agt. Seitz; pro confesso agt. Franklin Insur
ance company. Kuukle agt. Cas*anova; final
ratification of sale khd reference to auditor.
Beale et al. a^t. Vance et al.: decree restricting
building to within fifteen feet of street. Cake
agt. Richmond: order for additional bond
(*5.000") to be given by plaintiff. Appleby agt.
Harvey; order to pay money into court. Hizer
agt. Hi^er. decree of divorce. McDaniel agt.
McDamel; orJer to show cause.
Criminal Cocbt?Jwije Brad'ry.
Ye*terday. Dorsey Subcr. murder; recogniz
ance in e 1.000 taken. Edward Galway, rob
bery; nolle prossed.
Probate CorttT? R-mft^r Clagrtt.
Yesterday. Will of Geo. W. Dyer; filed with
petition. Will of G. M. Barker; consent to
probate filed. Will of John II. Morgan; par
tially proven. Will of Frank Coger; do.
ANACOSTIA.
A Niw CaTHoLic Chi-pch.? Rev. Father
Hughe*, of St. Theresa church, this place, is
preparing plans for a Catholic churcti to be
built at Oxeu Hill. Md., where he now holds
occasional services.
Notes.?There has been considerable activity
in real estate at Garfield the past month. A
number oi colored f imilies living in the city
Lave purchased lots i reparatorv to the build
ing of houses. Mrs. S.;inner. of Maple
avenue, will give an art social at her house
June 4. arrangements for which are quite
elaborate. Prof. Biseuoff and other Washington
musicians of eminence will be present. Mr.
John K. McLean, employed in the Treasury
department, is confined to his home with sick
ness. l he Red Men will attend the M. E.
church in a body next Sabbath morning,
beveral hundred tickets have bten sold for
tueir coming excursion. The Masons held
their weekly me. t'.ng last night. Great pre
parations are making !?r the reception of the
Alexandria lodge next Monday night. There
are several converts to the Henry George single
tax theory h? re.who contemplate the organiza
tion of a club for the discussion of economic
questions.
From Rockville.
OoTTsitvDdance ?jI The Evcxiaa Star.
Kocevilli. May 28, 1889.
Yesterday Mrs. E. K. Dillihuut, of Chicago,
purchased of Mr. Ellas Keiser a tract of nine
acres of land adjacent to Randolph station, on
the Metropolitan branch railroad, about two
miles from this place. The price paid was
*250 per acre. The purchaser will at once pro
ceed to put upon the place a fine dwelling
house and make other improvements.
So far as the democrats are concerned the
Colitical pot in the county has commenced
oiling ari l the friends of Dr. Edward Wootton
and HowardGriftoth. oppo?ing candidates for
the nomination to the state senate, are eudeav
oring to make combination* with the friends
of the various candidates for minor offices. As
the claims fur nomination for the various of
fices in this county by that party are decided
by a primary election, to be held ou the 3d of
August, it is expected that prior to that date
strong political work will be done in all the
election districts. The friends of Dr. Wootton
claim that he will come out of the district in
which both candidates live with a handsome
majority, and that he will be able to get a ma
jority in the county. The former managers of
the party are somewhat divided in their choice,
but it is generally supposed that Mr. Griffith
will be supported by the strong Gorman wing
of the party. Lively times are expected. ISo
far as the minor county nominations are con
cerned they will hinge greatly on the sena
torial fight. The republicans appear to be
lying low and watching events.
The Young Men s Christian association of
this place have declined to receive the amount
of money tendered them by the manager* of a
recent muaical and dramatic performance
given here.
It is reported that the heavy rain *tonn of
yesterday did considerable damage to the
roads in the eastern section of the county.
Farmer* are getting alarmed at the prospect
for the next corn crop on account of tne delay
in planting, caused by the wet weather of the
Cit four weeks. There is a prospect of a large
y crop. 8. A. M.
On op tbi Most Elidible suburban prop
erties is Twining City. A large number of lots
will h? told there to-morrow , May 29) at 4 JO
p.m. in this beautiful *nbdiviaion. ?
Mml Gar lie id is *aid to enjoy an animal in
come of fll.QUO. Her total wealth is estimated
at 9440 000, the moat Of which came from the
Cyrus W. Field fond. It 1* invested principally
ill real estate and government bonds.
At Middletown. Md.. the election Saturday
f i. tctoster r ;*nlUjd iu the election of Mr.
L. C. foui.-.u majority.
GENERAL R. C. DRUM.
A Distinguished Officer Placed on the
Retired List To-day.
Richard Coulter Drum is to-day sixty-four
years of age and in. consequently, by actioa of
law, placed on the retired list of the army.
with the rank of briga
dier-general, vacating
the office of adjutant
general. which he bag
filled for nearly nine
years. He rote to
hia present position
from the ranks, having
served as a private sol
dier during the Mexi
can war. Gen. Drum
is slightly below the
medium height, rather
compactly built, and
baa many little quick
azx dri m motions in his manner
that stamp him with indelible characteristics
He has a sharp, keen eye that forces one to an
immediate conviction of his soldierly qualities,
and his prompt, ready speech indicate the dis
cipline of the army. Rather quick in his ac
tions. and unhesitating in his movements. Gen.
Drum keeps the attention of a visitor from the
start to the finish of a conversation. His duties
at the head of the adjutant-general's corps
have been arduous and difficult, but he has per
formed them with accuracy and general ap
proval and satisfaction.
THE POSITION or ADJUTANT GENERAL
is a peculiar one, involving many intricacies of
detail, and demanding a certain amount of
diplomatic powers, standing as it does between
the Secretary of War and the President and the
army, and between the army and the world. It
is the connecting link of communication from
one branch of the army to another, a sort of
military telephonic headquarters.
A SKETCH OF HIS LIFE.
Gen. Drum was born in Pennsylvania May
23, 1825. He studied at Jefferson college, and
entered the army as a private in Company K.
first Pennsylvania volunteers, December 8,
1846. He was engaged in the Mexican war, for
which the regiment was raised, serving in the
siege of Vera Cruz and the battles of Contreras,
Cherubusco, Chepultepec. Molino del Rey, and
Ganta de Beten. His service won him notice,
and he was discharged at Vera Cruz in March.
1847. to enable him to accept an appointment
as second lieutenant in the regular army. He
first served in the ninth infantry, then was
transferred to the fourth artillery" in March,
1848. and in September, 1850, was" made a first
lieutenant. After the Mexican war he was en
gaged in the action at Blue Water, Neb., served
as aide-de-camp to Gen. Harney in the Sioux
expedition, and was in Kansas during the
troubles of 1856. From '56 to '58 he served as
acting assistant adjutant-general at the
headquarters of the department of
the west, and subsequently as
adjutant in the artillery school. In March,
1861. he was appointed a brevet captain and an
assistant adjutant-general, from which rank he
has risen through the various grades to the
head of his corps. He was promoted to be a
major in August. 1861, a lieutenant-colonel in
July, 1862. a colonel in February. 1869, and a
brigadier-general and adjutant-general in June,
1^50. when General Townsend, then at the
head of the corps, was placed on the retired
list. From 1866 to 1868 he was stationed at
Philadelphia, in 1868-'S? at Atlanta, the head
quarters of the department of the south, and
has been on duty in this city from May 2, 1878,
to the present time. He has received various
brevet ranks during his career; colonel in
September. 1864. for meritorious and faithful
service during the war, and brigadier-general
in March. 1865, for faithful and meritorious
service in the adjutant-general's department
during the war.
his rrTUSE.
Gen. Drum is too active a man to suffer him
self to remain in idleness on account of his re
tirement from active duty, and has planned
quite ail extensive campaign that has for its
object the building up of the suburban terri
tory in the vicinity of Tenleytown, where he
owns a large farm known as" Langdrum. He
has lived there for several years, driving in and
out of the city every day. He is an ardent
lover of fine chickens, and takes pride in the
appearance of his estate. When the Tenley
town Electric Railroad Company was incor
porated lust year Gen. Drum was elected presi
dent. and he proposes to devote his energies to
tht) construction of the road during the com
ing year.
TO BUILD A NEW CHURCH.
A Temple of the New Jerusalem to be
Erected in the Northwest.
At the afternoon session of the general con
vention of the New church, as stated in The
Stab yesterday, the following question was
taken up for consideration: "What shall be
done for the New Church at the national capi
taiV" Mr. Hayden. in behalf of the committee
of the Washington society, which consisted of
Gen. R. D. Mussev. Messrs. Job Barnard, John
Joy Edscn, John A. Sibbold, Henry M.
Schooley, Mrs. Flora M. Barnard, and Mrs.
Sara A. Spencer, read a paper giving the history
of the Washington society. It showed that
since the loss of the church edifice by fire the
church has been considering the question of
rebuilding, and have dccided that it is best to
sell the ground on North Capitol street and
purchase a site near K street, between 16th
and 17th streets northwest. Twenty thousand
dollars will be needed for the purchase of the
ground, 815.000 of which is available. The
purpose is to build a 450.000 church, the soci
ety looking to the general church for assist
ance. Letters from the newly-called pastor,
Kt-v. Dr. S-.;well, and Rev. Chauncey Giles were
read, indorsing the action of the commitiee.
The convention ordered a committee of seven
to take charge of the whole matter. Last
evening the delegates attended a social meet
ing at the Hamilton house.
TALKING SINGLE TAX.
A Lively Discussion at the Meeting of
the Economic Association.
There was considerable discussion of a lively
and int resting nature last evening at the regu
lar nit "ting of the Washington branch of the
American Economic association, precipitated
by the speech of President Bowen on the bene
fit to labor of the single tax. Col. Richard
Hinton was one of the speakers, and he startled
his hearers by denouncing Henry George and
declaring himself a socialist. The single-tax
theory, lie s.?id. is a falsehood, and the expedi
ent of men afraid to face the inevitable result
of their l liilosophy. Mr. George F. Adams re
plied to Col. Hinton in a personal manner, and
Col. Hinton replied with considerable warmth.
The appeals of the chairman for order only in
creased the confusion, and at last several peo
ple left the hall, among them being CoL Hin
ton and his wife.
Admitted to the Bar.
The following were admitted to the bar
yesterday, on the report of Judge Willoughby
of the examining committee: R. W. Bishop,
J. W. Blanford, C. L. Bluse, 8. J. Brown, P. J.
Butter. James A. Carr. A. E. Clifford. G. L.
Gib!;s. P. Metzgar. G. L. Simpson. M. Tierney,
T. Tallmadge. C. E. Triplett and T. J. Wood."
Released on HU Personal Recognizance.
Ytsterday, after the Criminal Court ad
journed. Judge Bradley took up the case of
Charles D. Toston under writ of habeas corpus
directed to the warden of the jail. The peti
tioner was arrested last week on the charge of
violating a statute by using forged franks of
Senntor Stewart, of Nevada. He claimed that
his commitment to iail was not justified.
Judge Bradley decided that he was properly in
custody, but released him on his giving per
sonal recognizance in 92,000 for his appear
ance.
Some Other Day.
The prodigal of health desires
To pause, sometime in distance;
And he succeeds, hut he requires
The coroner's assistance.
But who wi.nts to mend matters In that way?
l>rs. Starkey A Paleu's office records show over
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e N#w Itoch*u*> T., October
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Mrs. K L. Metcalf, Greenfield, 111.
Walter E Glazier. Warsaw, N. Y.
Mrs. J. A lieu Parks, Woodruff, 8. C.
O. U. Downey, Churubusco, Ind.
Mrs. Martin uuboyce. West Bolton, Canada
And thousands of others In all parts of the ooun
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A PaL?*, No. 1528 Arch street. Phlladetgfcla,
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IANS to the many materials we have In itock suitable
for these occasions.
In W OOL GOODS we hare a choice selection of
CASHMERE, NUN'S VEILING, ALBATROSS, MO
HAIRS. DR4P D' ALMA. HENRIETTAS. CHl'DDAS,
In the different grades and prices.
Among the WA8H FABRICS we hare a complete
assortment of LAWNS, INDIA LINENS, SWISSES,
NAINSOOKS. PIQUES, MARSEILLES, MULLS. PER
SIAN LAWNS, in all the grades to suit your outlay.
SPECIALS IN EMBROIDERY.
The stock consists of CAMBRIC, SWISS and HAM
BURG EMBROIDERIES in all overs, flouncing and
narrow widths.
The 8KIRTINGS are the most elaborate and showy
Embroideries ever shown by us or anyone else.
Don't If ail to attend this sale, beginning Monday,
Mty 27, and terminating only when the last piece is
sold out
LADIES' UNDERWEAR.
This week's specialties in LADIES' UNDERWEAR.
GOWNS! GOWN8! GOWNS!
We offer a GOWN, made of cotton, yoke of inserting
combined with a cluster of tucks, with embroidery to
match, plaited back, full length.
SPECIAL PRICE, 98 CTS.
We offer a CAMBRIC GOWN, yoke of Valencienne.
lace, connected with cluster of tucks, double ruffle
around the neck, yoke which Is plaited back. This
garment is usually sold at ?1.25. Our price, 98
cents.
We offer a CAMBRIC GOWN, best quality Valen
ciennes inserting, with cluster of tucks with deep
raffle around neck and sleeves, finished with herring
bone stitching, full length.
fl 68, REGULAR $2 GOWN.
We offer a superior quality COTTON GOWN, yoke
which is of a mass of tucks, plaited back, trimmed
around neck and sleeves with embroidery, finished
with herring-bone stitching.
PRICE. #1.35.
We offer a GOWN made of best quality cambric.
Mother Hubbard style, entire yoke of Torchon lace in
serted with neat embroidery, double ruffle of Torchon
around neck and sleeves. Special value, $2.48.
Our CAMBRIC GOWN (we claim such because the
design is our own), yoke of solid embroidery connected
with tucks, trimmed around the yoke, with embroidery
also around neck and sleeves. Price, 08
Another CAMBRIC GOWN ha., .yoke of inserting
and tucks, back of which has a cluster of pin tucks,
double ruffle around neck and front, finished with her
ring bone stitching, extra good length.
PRICE, (2.98.
CHEMISE! CHEMISE! CHEMISE!
An elegant CAMBRIC CHEMISE, square neck, with
inserting and tucks, trimmed around neck and sleeves
with embroidery, only 75c. Regular 41 Chemise
Another good CHEMISE, with solid embroidered
roke, trimmed around neck and sleeves, full length, at
15c. Special good value.
We offer exceptional good value In a CHEMISE.
With square neck, yoke of torchon lace, trimmed
around neck and sleeves with torchon lace at 98c
Our ?1.25 CHEMISE are of extraordinary value,
having yoke of embroidery, trimmed around neck and
sleeves; are skirt bottom and full length.
At 41.98 we offer a CHEMISE, nicely made, square
neck, trimmed with torchon lace also around neck and
sleeves; bottom is finished with tucking and lace.
Good value.
SKIRTS! SKIRTS! 8KiIlTS!
At 15c. we claim to produce the best possible SKIRT,
with embroidered ruffle, and cluster of tucks above
same; good cotton, in nil sizes.
At 75c. we have a SKIRT finished with deep Cam
bric ruffle, with cluster of tucking in the ruffle, and
also cluster above the ruffle.
We offer at 98c. a splendid COTTON SKIRT, with
deep Cambric ruffle, consisting of nine tucks in the
ruffle, with fifteen tucks above ruffle; in all sizes and
widths.
?ur '1-25 SKIRT has no equal, it being made of
superior stout Cotton, deep embroidered ruffle, with
cluster of ten tucks above; full widths.
At $ 1 68 we also have a SPLENDID SKIRT, with
deep Hamburg ruffle in several different patterns,
cluster of nine tucks above the ruffle; all sizes in
stock.
We have proven to the ladies ol Washington that we
carry a stock of these goods second to none; all new
designs and shapes; all beautiful patterns of em
broidery.
For workmanship our Underwear is well known.
Our finish cannot be excelled. There is probably
no more particular person in the business than our
Underwear buyer. No garment Is permitted to be
placed on sale unless it is perfect in every detail, and
the consequence is we can easily warrant the wear of
any pieces of Underwear you buy from us.
LADIES' DRESSING SACQUES
FOR 98 CENTS.
Anything you want in a PARASOL ?
We have all new thinga, anything your fancy
presents.
Any CORSET you buy from us that does not give
you the wear you desire bring it back to us and have it
replaced, whether it be a 50c. one or a Satin Corset.
CHILDREN'S SUMMER CAPS.
For 25 centa we can show you several neat and pretty
CAPS, some made of all-over embroidery, fixed with
full ruche around the face. then the open-lace stripe
material with wide lawn strings.
For 49 centa we are showing an unlimited number
of stripes in various materials; we think you will
udmire the Puritan, which is entirely new; it la a very
dressy cap.
For 68 cents these are equal to those of former
seasons at 98 cents. We write of a particular style,
such as an open-work embroidered Cap, with neat bow
of same material on top, in all sizes.
For 75 cents we could not exhibit anything prettier;
they are made of good material, corded. These are
washable.
For 89 centa, they have a rosette on top; open
work; sheer linen; perfectly shaped, with strings; in
all sizes.
For 98 cents we can give you several styles to select
from; we describe one style in particular, made of
blocked embroidery adjoining same; we know them to
e a bargain.
Tor $1.35 "OUR LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY"
Caps. These are unique as well as dressy.
NURSEB' APRONS ! NURSES' ABRON8 !
Wc have received during the past week many new
styles of Aprons.
10 dozen Nl'RSES' APRONS, scalloped around
bottom, good linen, full size, at 19 cents.
55 dozen NUF.SES' APRONS, in six different style*;
some ont-fourth yard hem; some lace inserting;
others with deep hem and tucks; both wide and nar
row. Any of these kinds 25 centa.
10 dozen Nl'RSES' APRONS, for fine wear, best
quality India linen; deep hem and tucks; finished
with neat pattern of embroidery around bottom. All
for 48 cents.
NURSES' AND WAITRESSES'CAPS AT 25 CTS.
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By virtu# of a decree of the Supreme Court of the
District of Columbia, pasaed In equity bum 1168^
on the 13th day of April. IBM*, the undersigned,
trustee, will offer for sale, at public suction, to front
of the respective premises. on WEDNESDAY, the
TWENTY-BECOND DAY OF MAY. 1889. at the
hour* Ueretuaiter mentioned, the following parcels of
reel estate In the city of Washington. District of Co
lumbia:
At FIVE O'CLOCK P. M.. sub lota 16 to 23. both to
elusive, in square 84. each of said lots hsriDgr a front
age of 17 feet on 22d street northwest by a depth of
97 feet, to a public alley; and also sub lot 24, square
84, fronting 20 feet on 23d street, by 97 feet deep on
^ street
At HALF-PAST FIVE O'CLOCK P. M, snblot25.
square 84, fronting 26 feet on D street, and running
back that width about 146 feet to a public alley, and
improved by a three-story brick dwelling; and sub lot
26. square 84. fronting 22 feet 10 Inches front on D
street, by 140 f?et deep to a public alley; and also sub
lot 27, square 84. fronting 22 feet 10 Inches on D
street by ISO feet deep, to a public alley.
The foregoing lots being a recent subdivision of lota
0.10. and 11, square 84, and recorded to surveyor's
book 16, folio 143. , . ?
Terms of sale are as follows, to wit: One-third of the
fiurchase money in cash, and the balance in two equal
nstallments in one and two years from the day of sale,
with l titer eat, or all cash, at the option of the pur
chaser. A deposit of $100 will be required on ?*ch
lot at the time of sale. Terms of sale to be complied
with in seven days trom day of sale. A plat of the sub
division will be exhibited st the time of sale.
FRANK T. BROWNING, Trustee,
416 5th street n. w.
GEO. W. STICKNEY, Auct., 936F st. myll-dfcds.
tW~ THE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED TO
TUESDAY, MAY TWENTY-EIGHTH. 1889, SAME
HULK and place.
my23-d*ds FRANK T. BROWNING, Trustee.
A UCTION SALE AT ANACOSTIA
[WO NEW COTTAGES AND SEVERA:
8ITES ON SHANNON PLACE.
We will offer at auction on TUESDAY AFT
V
We will offer at auction on TUESDAY AFTERNOON,
MAY TWENTY-EIGHTH at FIVE O'CLOCK, two
very pretty new cottages with 6 rooms and cellars and
^[fso.several lots with s f ron t age of 25 snd 50 feet each.
These'cottages offer a splendid opportunity to persons
who desire a nice home, and the lots are so situated r
to make desirable building sites.
Shannon Place is improved with brick sidewalks,
gas and trees, and only one block from street cars with
pavement to same; neighborhood excellent.
Terms one-third cash, balance in one and two rears
with interest at 6 per cent, or all cash at option of pur
chaser. A deposit of $100 on each house and $50 on
each lot DUNCANSON BKOS.,
m> 23-dkds Auctoneers.
ALU ABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY AT AUC
TION, BEING HOUSES AND LOTS NO. 934 O
N.W. AND 1529 TENTH N.W.
1 will offer for
In front of the premises,
EIGHTH DAY OF THE _ ???
O'CLOCK P. M., iny lot slid dwelling house, No. 934
0 street northwest, in this city. The lot is23fixlla
feet, und contains 2,731k square feet. The house is
nearly new, and was (under the sui>ervision of Mr.
John H. Bird) exceptionally well built.
On the same day, and immediately after above sale
1 shall make similar offer of premises No. 1529 1 Uth
st. n.w., which contains l;7f;> square ft-et. improved
by a 3-story dwelling, liavini; 10 rooms, pressed-brick
front, bay-window, abundaut shade, and some fnnt
trees. Thorough inspection of both properties invited
on day before the sale.
Terms Id each case, cash, for one-third of purchase
money, equal installmeut notes for the remainder,
payable in ouo and two years with six per cent
Interest, thereon, payable semi-annually, secured by
deed of trust upon tiie property, or all cash, at option
of purchaser. Two hundred dollars will be required
at the time of said first sale and one hundred dollars at
the second. Perfect and complete titles (without en
cumbrance? guaranteed or no sale. Conveyancing
(not recording) done at cost of the owner.
K. H. SPINDLE. No. 934 Ost. n.w.
my22-6P Kohl. VUSE A CO.. Auctioneers.
rpHOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
VERY VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY NO.
1343 O STREET NORTHWEST AT AUCTION.
On TUESDAY, MAY TWENTY-EIGHTH. lf<S9. at
FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., I will sell on the premises lot
No. 05. square No. 240. Ironting 20 leet on the north
side ol y street, between 13th and 14th streets, by a
depth of 100 feet to an alley, improved by a large
t!ire,-8iory brick dwelling and two-story back build
ing, containing 14 rooms buth-room, ana nil modern
improvements, being No. 1343 0 street n.w.
Terms: One-third cash, balance 1, 2, and 3 years,
with intorest, secured by a deed of trust on the prop
erty, or ail cash at the option of purchaser. A deposit
of $200 at time of sale. All conveyancing and record
ing at purchaser's cost. thoMas DOWLING,
my 21 -dids Auctioneer.
THIS EVENING.
I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION COMMENC
ING THURSDAY MORNING AT TEN O'CLOCK
A M snd SEVEN P.M., IN STORE '12 SEVENTH
STREET NORTHWEST, an entire stock of GENTS'
FURNISHING GOODS AND HATS. Tlie stock con
sists ot everything generally found In first-class es
tablishment. The stock must be sold within fifteen
days. The trade kindly invited
iiiy2'i-0t SAM SAMSTAG^Auctioneer
rpHOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
SALE BY AUCTION OF TWENTY-NINE VALUABLE
SON.
On MONDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE TENTH. 1889.
at FOUR O'CLOCK, on the premises, I snail sell
twenty-nine liuilding Lots in William and George W.
Linking' subdivision of lots 10 to 19, in block 4. situ
ated as above, and having a front of 20 feet by an
average denth of about 120 feet, frouting on Cliuin
pluin and Ontario avenues. This is an opportunity
rarely offered to the public to secure valuable sites ill
one of the best suburban properties around Washing
ton Plats o! this property can be had at my office.
Terms One-third cash : the residue in one, two. and
three years, with notes bearing interest at 0 per cent
per annum and secured by a deed of trust oil the
proi>erty sold. All conveyancing and recording ut the
purchaser's cost. $50 deposit will bo required on each
lot at the time of s tle.
mj28-d*ds THOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer.
O'CLOCK P. M.. I will sell oil the premise'part of lot
4 square 3H. Georgetown, D. C., fronting 45 feet on
the north side ol N street by a depth of 70 teet on 31st
Btreet. improved by a large and comfortable double
brick dwelling with modern improvements.
Terms one-third cash, balance in one.two, and three
years, with interest, and secured by deed ot trust ou
the property, or all cash, at the option of the pur
L-haser. Conveyancing and recording at cost of pur
chaser. A deposit of if 100 required at timeot sale.
my'28-dJids THOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer.
CM ALL FRAME HOUSES AND TWO BUILDING
LOTS ON SIXTH STREET, BEWEEN K AND L
STREETS SOUTHWEST
On \loNDAY AFTERNOON, MAY TWENTY
SEVEN I H. AT SIX O'CLOCK, we will sell in front of
the premises, _ . . . .
Lots 43 and 44, of Van Riswick's sub of sq. 4 11,
fronting 35 leet ou tith street, by a depth of 100 feet
to a 15-foot tliey, improved by small trauie houses.
Terms: One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, notes to bear interest at 0 per cent from day
of sale, payable semi-annually, and to be secured by
deed of trust on premises, or all cash, at option of
purchaser. Conveyancing, sc , at purchaser's cost.
$100 deposit ou each lot at time of sale Teims to be
complied with in ten dais, otherwise right reserved to
resell at risk and cost of purchaser, after five days' ad
vertisement in some newspaper published in W ashing
tou. D. C. DUNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers.
niy'Jl-dfcds
WTHE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED IN CON
sequence of the rain until FRIDAY', THE THIRIY
FIKST DAY OF MAY, 18S9,at same hour and pla-e.
iny28-dAUs DUNCANSQN BROS., Aucts.
T> OOT & LOWENTHAL Atii uoneers.
DRUG STOCK AND FIXTURES.
On FRIDAY MORNING. MAY THIRTY-FIRST, st
TEN O'CLOCK, we will sell 1:1 Store, No. 01 .> 7th st.
southwest, small stock of Drugs, Shell Bottles, Scales
Nickel-plated Showcasta. Counters. Shelving. Desks,
18-foot Sign, &e. This stock will be offered as an en
tirety. If not sold as such will be sold in detail at
same hour.
my28-3t
ROOT & LOWENTHAL, Auctioneers,
3t 937 7th st. n.w.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the
District of Columbia, passed April 8, 1870, and of
certain further orders and decrees, in equity cause No.
6.004, docket 10, Andersen et al. vs. Boyle et al., we,
the undersigned trustees, will sell at public auction,
in front of the premises, on WEDNESDAY, JUNE
FIFTH, 18?9, Al' FIVE O'CLOCK P. M.. all ot orig
inal lots one ill and six (6) in square twenty-two (22.)
Both are corner lots. Lot six (6) fronts H2 feet on
north D street and 138.10 feet on north 25th street,
and contains 1 *,772.10 square feet. Lot one (1> fronts
"17 2 feet on north 25th street snd 191 4 feet on
Water street, and contains 23,150.10 square feet, and
is improved by a large two-story brick house contain
ing eighteen or twenty rooms. This property is espe
cially valuable by reason of the river front improve
ments, and is cugible lor any purpose.
The lots Alii first be "ffered for sale together.and if
a satisfactory bid is not obtained they will then be
offered separately.
Terms oi sale: One-third purchase money In cash;
balance in two equal insti lments at one and two years,
with interest at seven (7> per cent., to be evidenced by
the purchaser's notes and secured by first mortgage
on the property sold. Offers at private sale will be re
ceived until the day of sale. Plats and abstracts of
title will be exhibited at the sale. A deposit of $1,000
will be required of the purchaser at the time of sale.
Terms of sale must be complied with within ten (10)
days after June 5, 1889, or the trustees will resell at
the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser upon
the terms specified in said decrees
Incident to these lots sre valuable riparian rights
claimed by the parties in interest, which are now be
fore the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia,
and to which the purchaser will succeed.
THOMAS M. FIELDS, Trustee,
Fendall Building, cor. 4)4 and D sts. n.w.
BERNARD KILMAHTIN, Trustee,
my23-dids 810 N. H. ave. n.w.
rnHOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
ArY VALUABLE CORNER PROPERTY. ON THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF B AND FOUR
TEENTH STREETS SOUTHWEST. NO. 1370,
OPPOSITE THE BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND
PRINTING, AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
On FRIDAY, MAY THIRTY-FIRST, 1889, at FIVE
O'CLOCK P.M.. In front of premises. I shall sell at
public auction lot 13 and the west 46 feet 8 inches of
lot 14 square 263, containing 7,311 square feet,
and Improved by a large three-story brick residence,
being No. 1370 B street southwest.
Terms- One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, to tares t at 6 per cent per annum and secured by
deed of trust on property sold, or all cash at option of
purchaser. A deposit of $250 required at time of
Sale. All conveyancing and
my22-dJtds Auctioneer.
I"MNE PAIR ROADSTERS TO BE SOLD BY WAR
MER AT WILMINGTON. MAY 31. SEE THE
VEN1NO STAB. MAY 29. my25.27,28,30-4t
^JHARLEfl W. HANDY. Real Estate Broker, ^ ^
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
PROPERTY ON NORTH P ST.. BETWEEN 1ST
AND NORTH CAPITOL STS. N. W.
By virtue of a deed of trust dated July 6, 1872, and
recorded to Liber No. 688, fol. 205 et seq. of the land
records for tbe District of Columbia, and at the written
reauest of the party secured thereby, 1 will sell at pub
lic auction to front of the premises on SATURDAY.
isfi'jot?# vtas i?1a
fourteen (14). to square numbered six hundred and
sixteed (616),b?giniito$ for the same at a point on P
street. 20 feet east from the northweet corner of aaid
lot, and running thence east 20 feet with the line ot P
street; thence south 90 feet; thence weet20feet;
theuoe north 90 feet, to the piaoe of beginning, with
the Improvements thereon.
Terms of sale One-half cash; balance in six and
twelve moothsTeecured by deed of trust, with notes a
purchaser bearing lntereet at 8 per cent from day a
AUCTIOM SALES.
TO-MOHROW.
fpHOMAS DOW LING. Auctioneer.
BEDDING PLANTS, HANGING BASKETS, ROSES.
GERANIUMS. HELIOTROPE. PANS1ES, PETU
NIAS. BEGONIAS, AGEKATUM AND M1SCEL
LANKOI"8 PLANTS.
On WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY TWENTY -
NINTH, 1S8S, commencing st ELEVEN O'CLOCK. at
my auction rooms, 1 (hall sell a line aesortment of
pla/ta.
_ 1j THOMAS DOWLINQ, A Oct.
WALTER B WILLIAMS * CO., Auctioneera. ?
CUOICE COLLECTION or EVER-BLOOMING
ROSES, PALMS, GERANIUMS, BEDDING AND
OTHER PLANTS, PROM JOHN SAl'L'8 NUR
SERIES, AT OUR SALEROOMS, WEDNESDAY,
MAY TWENTY-SIXTH, AT 1OUR O'CLOCK P.M.
WALTER B. WILLIAMS ft CO,
my28-2t Aucuone
W
EEKS ft CO, Auctioneers.
637 Louisiana avenue,
Opp. City Post Office.
_ furniture, *c? at auction.
OtH WEEKl.Y SALE OF HOl'SLHOLD FURNI
TURE AND EFFECTS TAKES PLACE ON
WEDNESDAY. MAY TWENTY-NINTH. TEN
A, M, ON ACCOUNT OF THURSDAY, OUR
REGULAR DAY, BEING "DECORATION DAY."
WE HAVE A VERT LARGE AND COMPLETE
STOCK OF FURNITURE, AC.. EMBRACING AL
MOST EVERYTHING NEEDED FOR THE HOUSE
CHASiRS CALL ATTENTION OF PUR
FOUR HANDSOME PARKoR SUITES, CHERRY
FRAMES. SILK PLU>H COVERING. BEAUTI
FUL GOODS, TO CLOSE AN ACCOUNT, IN
CLUDED IN OUR SALE WEDNESDAY, MAY
TWENTY-NINTH, TEN A.M.
ALSO.
ONE FIXE LEATHER-COVERED PHYSICIAN
my27-2t CHAIR.
R
OOT & LOWENTIIAL, Auctioneer*,
937 7th gtreet northwest.
T
LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF HOUSEHOLD FUR
NITURE.
Contents of 11 room house and stable, removed to our
sales room for convenience of sale, comprising:
Marble-toi> Walnut Chamber Suites, Parlor Suites,
Walnut Sideboard, Hat Racks. What-Note, Easy an.l
Reclining Chairs. Lady's I>e?k. liiniut tliam and
Tables. Parlor, Hall and Bedroom Carpets, Oil
Painting*. Walnut Wardrobes Mirrors, Sine-er
Sewing Machine, Fine HiJr Mattresses. Pillows,
Bedding. Kef liberator. Kitchen U Census, Glaas
and China W are. lUnre. ftc.
ALSO, AT 12 O'CLOCK.
Four Horses, Three Buggies, One 8ingle and Double
Harness. Lap Kobes, Blankets. Three Hundred feet of
Covered Hose, Garden Tools, One Fine Century Plant,
a small stock of Gent's Furnishing Goods, and Cash
Register worth $(>5.
on WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY TWENTY
NINTH, AT TEN O'CLOCK, at our Auction House,
937 7th st. u w . we will s-ll the above st.ick to the
highest bidders without reserve. Terms cash.
uiy27-2t ROOT & LOWENTHAL, Aut tuneere.
" 1RU8TEK8' BALE OF VALUABLE RE AL ESTATE
IN THE COUNTY OF WASHINGTON, BE
ING SMITH AND ELLIOT'S. TRUSTEES,
SUBDIVISION OF THAT PORilON OF 1 HE
ESTATE OF 1 HE LATE COL. HENRY NAYLOK,
BEING ON THE EASTERN BRANCH oR ANA
COSTIA KI\ER, IMMEDIATELY ADJACENT
TO THE NEW BRIDGE, NEARLY COMl'LE 1 ED,
ACROSS THE ANACOSTIA LIVER AND HI
THE WAY OF PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE EX
TENDED, KNOWN AS "TW1 MNG CITY."
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the
District of Columbia, passed In cause of Nailorts.
Nailor et al? No 9JW7 in equity, we will offer at pub
lic sale on the rreimses, beginning on WEDNESDAY,
TWENTY-SECOND MAY, A. D. 1889, at HALI
FAST FOUR O'CLOCK P. M., the various lots 1U the
subdivision of "Twining City" made by us as trustees
and recorded in Book No. 6 (Couuty) at page 131, lu
the surveyor's office of the Dutrict of Columb.a.
Terms oi sale: One-third cash; balance in equal in
stalments at one and two years, notes to be given bear
ing (i per cent interest from day of sale, payable semi
annually, and to be secured bv deed oi trust on the
property sold, or all cash at option of purchaser A de
posit ot $25 on each lot will be required at time of
sale. Conveyancing, ftc,, at purchaser's cost It terms
of sale are not complied with in 10 days from day of
sale the trustees reserve the right to resell the property
in default at the risk anil cost of the delaulting pur
chaser or purchasers, after live days' public notice of
such resale in some newspaper published iu Washing
ton, D. C.
N B?Plats showing thesulxlivision can beobtained
on application to the trustees or the auctioneers.
RICHARD SMITH, 1
505 D ?t. u.w ,
CHAS A. ELLIOT, " f
t. n.w. |
Trustees.
406 5th st.
DUNCAN'RON BROS.
Auctioneers, my 1,4,7,9,11,14. lti&dftds
TST THE ABOVE SALE POSTPONED IN CON
seiiuence of the rain until WEDNESDAY, MAY
TWENTY-NINTH, 1SS9. at SAME HOUR and place.
By order ot the Trustees.
my23-dftds DUNCANSON BROS., Aucts.
rjlHOXIAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
PROPERTY ON THIRD (OR P) STREET,
GEORGETOWN, D C.. AT AUCTION.
By virtue of the authority vested innie by the will of
Helena M. Cratty, deceased, 1 will sell on WEDNES
DAY, MAY TWENTY-NINTH, 1889, at FIVE
O'CL "
151 I
O'CLOCK I'. M? in front of the premises, parts of lots
151 and 152. iu square 74, Georgeb wn, D. C , front
ing 14 feet on south side of 3d (or P) street, between
32d aud 33d streets, by a depth of 130 feet, improved
by a comfortable frame dwelling.
Terms: ouc-th:rd cash; balance in six and twelve
months with interest and secured by a deed of trust
cn the property, or all cash, at purchaser's option. A
deposit of $100 will be required atthetimeof sale.
All conveyancing and recording at purchaser's cost.
my23-dxds GEO. E. HAMILTON. Executor.
yy ALTER B. WILLIAMS ft CO.. Auctioneers.
I W ILL OFFER *T AUCTION WEDNESDAY, MAY
TWENTY-NINTH. AT FIVE O'CLOCK, P M . VERY
DESIRABLE LOTS LOCATED ON COLUMBIA
HEIGHTS.FOR IN VEST.UF.NT ORSPECULATI0N.
Lots 7 and 8. block 36. Kennesaw st., between 13th
and 14th sts.; lot 8, block 22, southeast corner 13th
and Kenyon streets.
Title lerfect, Ashford's abstract furnished, taxes
paid to June 30,1889. Terms easy; stated on day of
sale. $100 deposit on each lot.
WALTERB WTLLIAMS ft CO.,
my24-5t Auctioneers.
FJtHOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer.
AUCTION" SALE OF DESIRABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE ON THE EAST SIDE OFSIX1H
BETWEEN G AND H STREETS NORTHWEST,
AND ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF DEFREE-.
STKEET. BE I WEEN NORTH CAPITOL AND
FIRST STREETS NORTHWEST.
Under the authority of a deed oi trust to the under
signed bearing date April 19. 1S89. and recorded in
the otli( e of the recorder of deeds for the District of
Columbia, oil the 27th (lay ot May, J8S9, 1 will oiler
for sale at public auction in front oi the respective
premises, tlie tallowing real estate situate in the city
ot Washington in the District aforesaid, on the days
and hours mentioned.
On FRIDAY. 1 HE SEVENTH DAY OF JUNE,
1889. AT SIX O'CLOCK P. M , lot 50 in Shepherd s
subdivision of square 623 with the improvements
th*-reou consisting of a three-story brick dwelling No.
76 on said Detrees street.
ON THE FOLLOWING DAY at the same hour the
lot 17ill square 486, with the improvements thereon
consisting of a three-story frame dwelling No. 737 ou
said Sixth street.
Terms ot sale One-third cash on the day of sale, or
within ten days therealter. the residue in two equal
installments, oayablein one and two years from the
day of sale, tor which the purchaser's promissory
notes are to be given, bearing interest from the day of
sale, aud to be secured by deeds of trusts ou the prop
erty and policies of insurance on the buidings to the
satisfaction of the undersigned, or all cash it desired
two hundred dollars deposit on acceptance of each bid
aud all conveyancing and recording at purchaser's
cost. Term* of sn le to lie complied with within ten
(10) days from the respective days of sale Ontailure
to do so I reserve the right to re-advertise the property
aud re-sell the same at the cost of defaulting pur
chaser.
ROBERT S WERDEX, Trustee,
622 1 street northwest,
THOMAS DOWLING,
my27-dftds Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF UNFINISHED TWO
STORY BRICK DWELLING AND STORE.
NORIHWEST CORNER OF K AND FIFTH
STREETS NORTHEAST.
By virtue of a decree of the Supremo Court of the
District of Columbia, passed in equity cause. No
11624, the undersigned trustees will sell at public
auction in front of the premises ou TUESDAY, the
FOURTH DAY OF JUNE V D. 1889. at FIVE
O'CLOCK P. M., all that parcel of real estate iu the
city of Washington,, in the Districtof Columbia.desig
nated as part of the original lot one (l),in square eight
hundred aud six (806). described as follows: Begin
ning for the same at the southeast corner of said lot,
at the northwest comer of north K street and Fifth
(5tli> street east, and running thence west along the
south line of said lot twenty (20) teet, thence north
seventy-two (72) feet to the south line of an alley
nine (9) feet (11) inches wide, to be laid along the I
rear of the premises herein conveyed. thence east
along said south line of said alley tw enty (20) teet to
the east line of said lot, and thence along the said east
line of said lot seventy-two (72) feet to the place of |
beginning.
Terms of sale prescribed by the decree are; Oue-third
cash; balance in one and two years, with interest at six
(6) per cent, la notes secured liy deed of trust on prem
ises sold, or all cash, at option of purchaser or pur- ]
chasers. A deposit of $100 will be required ut time of j
sale. Conveyancing at cost of purchaser or purchasers.
Ou ten (10) days default In compliance with terms of
sale the right 1s reserved to resell at purchasers' cost
and risk on live days' notice.
NEAL T. MURRAY,
313 4W st
J. HOLDSWORTH GORDON,
330 4H St.,
Trustees.
KDUNCANSON BROS.. Auctioneers. _my2'.'-dAds
t. RID AY. MAY 31, WARNER WILL SELL 26
F HEAD HIGH-BRED COLTS, FILLIES AND
GELDINGS FROM THE LOBDELL STOCK FARM
110-25,27,28,30-4t
rpRUSTEES' SALE OF A VALUABLE THREE
JL STORY BRICK DWELLING HOUSE (No. 901),
? CORNER OF VIRGINIA AVENUE AND NINTH
STREET SOUTHWEST.
By virtue of s certain deed of trust, duly recorded in
Liber No. 1069, folio 213, et seq , one of the land
records of the District of Columbia, and at the request
of the bolder of the note thereby secured, we will sell
at public auction, ou THURSDAY. THE TWENTY
THIKD DAY OF MAY, A. D. 1889, at FIVE O'CLOCK
P. M.. to. the highest bidder, that piece of land sit
eighty-three (383), the said lamk being a corner lot,
improved by a three-story brick dwelling house with
modern improvements.
Terms of sale: One-half of the purchase money in
cash within ten days from the day o'f sale, and the
balance in two equal payments at one and two years,
secured by the notes of the purchaser and a first deed
of trust on the property sola, the said notes to bear in
terest at six per cent per annum from the day of sale.
A deposit of (150 will be required when the property
is sold. All conveyancing at the purchaser's cost
Terms of sale to be complied with within ten days
from the day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the
right to resell the property at the riak and coat of the
defaulting purchaser.
SYLVESTER B BOARMAN,) T?.,_
WILLIAM W. BOARMAN. { Trosteee.
OEOBGE W. 8TICKNEY. Auctioneer, myll-dftds
HE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED UNTIL
TBE THIRTY-FIRST DAY OF MAY,
"E HOUR and place.
tr THE
FRIDAT, 1
1889. SAME HOUR and place.
SYLVESTER B. BOARMAN, ) ~ ....
WTT.r-ta.lI W. BOARMAN, j
my23-dftda
OFFICE OF WASHINGTON DANENHOWER,
Real Estate and Insurance Broker,
1116 F at. n.w.
Peremptory Sale of the valuable dwelling house
known as No. 1164 Twenty-second street northwest
On FRIDAY,the THIBTx-FIRST OF MAY, 1889,
SIX P.M.. I will sell in front of the premiaee, to the
highest bidder, the sbove-named house and lot.
Houae contains nine rooms and all modern improve
menta; built only three years ago. Lot la 17.6x74 to
'^Terms ot sale easy, and will be made known at time
of i
Purchaser must comply with terms of sale within
ten days from day of sale, or property will be Mold at
riak and cost of defaulting purchaser.
A deposit of 9100 will os required at time of mla.
OoaTsyaadn* ^^i^ u^
THOS. DOWLING, Auctioneer. *rmt SiyaESi
AUCTION SALES.
riTI RE D.4VS.
fJ?HOMAS DOWUNG, Auctioneer
TRUSTEES' SALE OF THE ENTIRE FURNITURE
AND EFFECT9 OF THE HOTEL WINDSOR.
AT THE CORNER OF NEW TOE* AVENUE
AND FIFTEENTH STREETS NORTHWE8T
Embracing Fid* Parlor Furoltur* to suites and
separate pieces. Easy and Fancy Chairs. Window Drap
ery, Handsome Oak Chamber Suites. Cherry Chamber
Suites. Fine Hair Mattrnaea. Feather Pillow* and
Bolsters, I-arge Quantity of Bedding. Moquet and
Bnwli Carpet*. Extension and Square Dining Ta
ble*. Large Number of Leather Covered Dining Chair*.
Buffet*. Butler*' Tray*. Large Quantity of Silver Plated
Ware, China and Glassware. Kit' hen Requiaitea. fcc.
By virtue of * deed of trust bearing date the 19th
day of September, 1 ssK. and duly recorded m liber
No. 1340. folio 324. ot the laud record* of tbe District
of Columbia. the undersigned trustees *11 sell at
public auction on MONDAY. JINK 1H1RD, IShy.
commencing at TEN O'CLOCK A M..the entire cot
tent* of the sbove-mentioued Hotel described in sched
' ule A, attached to said trust. Tins Hotel is furnished
in a first-class manner, aud should command the at
tention of private buyers and the trade
W M. W BOARMAN,
WM. 8. FL1PPIN,
i my27-dta Truateea.
EORGE W. 8TICKNEY. Auctioneer,
936 F street n.w.
G
PAR/?m?^"AL/H^^uA^7,rE^fg
street Northwest, between l and m
STREETS, IN W ASHINGTON. D. C.. AT AUC
TION.
On THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY THIR
TIETH. 1 S89. at SIX O'CLOCK. we will sell, in front
of the premises, the north .HH leet 4 inches front o! lot
No. 24. by the depth thereof * also known a* lot* A
I and B. of Clarke'* recorded subdivision), and all of lot
No. US, in square No. 117. situate on the west side of
19th street northwest. between L and M street*, in
the city of Washington. D.C. Will aell in parts to auit.
Title good.
Terms: One-thirdca?h and residue in one or two
i years at 6 percent interest, payable semi-annually, to
be secured by deed of trust on the property, or all ca*U.
A deposit of 1100 required from each purchaser at
time of sale; conveyancing at purcliaaT'i co*t. 1 er-u*
I to be complied with in ten d*ys. otherwise resaie *t
] risk and co*t of defaultii.tr pur. h?*er alter < d*>s pub
lie notica in "Evening Mar" newspaper,
i BIKNF.Y & BIRNEY. Attorneys.
alblrt u riddle. , _
aud > Trustee*.
tny23-dfcd9 WM. L BRAMHALL, J
nr- THE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED TO FRI
DAY. MAY THIRTY-FIRST. ls*i>, same hour aud
place. B1RNE1 &? BIHNEY, Attorney*.
ALBERT G. RIDDLE, )
and Trustee*.
my28-dltds WM. L. BUAMHALL, ) ?
vyr ALTER B.WILLIAMS a CO., Auctioneer*.
EXTENSIVE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
CARPETS, 11E.)D1NG, GLASSWARE. KITCHEN
UTENSIL^ *C_ BEING THE ENTIRE CON
TINTS ofr THE WELL-KNOW N HARRIS
HOUSE, No*. 1329, 1331. AND 1333 E S I BEET.
OPPOSITE PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N<)Ri H
WEST. COMPRISING ABOUT ONE HI NDRED
ROOMS
We will sell at public auction, on MONDAY. JUNE
THIRD. A. I). 1SSS1. commencing at UN C?"CIA>t rw
A. M.. and continuing from day t. day until all is sold,
the lurniture. carpets. bedding, glassware, table linen,
Ac., of the Hams House, com) ntiL^iii I ?rt
ABOUT ONE HUNDRED si 1 S ?if < 1L WALNUT.
OAK. ASH. AND OTHER CHAM BLR SUITES.
YER'i SUPERIOR HAIR AND SPRING MAT
TRESSES, PLUSU PARL< 'RSI 1TES.
WALNUT DINING-ROOM CHAIRS AND TABLES.
K\CVLNUT EXTENSION TABLES. SIDE TABLES.
?WVAL^rr WARDROBES. BEDSTEAD?, BUREAUS.
Am?rr^b^8teas?schairs wire-woven- MAT
TRESSES. ASM WAKDROllts. PAINTED HKNI
TURK, CURTAINS. AND CORNICES.
aboc-h 2,000 yards bri ssels and moqu et
f A RPET*
FIVE HUNDRED POUNDS OF BF.ST QUALITY
TOIL?/WAReVaSD TOILET^ET^H^LCAR
PLARGEDOUASTITYI'OF BLANKETS. SHEETS
SPREADS, COMFORTS. PILLOW AND BOLSTER
CASES, TABLE LINEN, TOWELS. ____
THREE HUNDRED WIRE COTS. THREE HUN- I
DRED BLANKETS. MATTRESSES. AND HLIX>WS,
Pi.AI F.D WARE, ANi? CUTLERY <>F ALL KINDS
CHINA, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY. KITCHEN
I UTENSILS, fcc. t . . .. ,,
The reputation of the above long-established hotel i*
such a- makes it unnecessary to call the attention of
the public to tlie advantages of attending the sale
Every article is ol the bent manufacture and well
preserved, the Hair Mattresses numbering about one
hundred and the Feather pillows are of the be*t
quality.
Terms cash; *ale positive.
my25-8t W ALTER B. WILLI .VMS A CO.. Aucts.
rpHOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer.
SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION OF BELLEVUF OON
TAINING ABOUT 90 ACRES ADJOINING THE
| COUNTRY RESIDENCE OF EX-SECRETARY
WHITNEY AND OTHERS. CONSIDERED ONE
OF THE FINEST SUBURBAN PROPERTIES
AROUND W ASHINGTON. __
On THURSDAY. JUNE SIXTH. 1889. at FI\E
I O'CLOCK, on the premises, I shall sell Bellevue, con
taining atout 90 a< re?, with large frame dwelling ami
I necessary outbuilding*. fcc., situated on Loughborough
11 roa l. 2 n iloa from Georgetown and 1 mile from Ten
leytown, conierv ?ith Giasslatid. the country seat of
ex-Secretary Whitney. The water is considered the
finest in the com.ty, there being a number of never
i faiiiRi springs. Thi- property is bounded on the eaft
bv Loughborough road, on the south by John It. Dale,
1 on the west bv the New York syndicate and Mrs. Har
rington. on the north by Godfrey Goble. Massachu
setts avenue extended pusses directly through it.
Terms of sale?One-third cash, balance in one, two,
three, four and years, with notes bearing interest
at percent per annum, payable semi-animallv. and
secured bv a deed ct trust on the property sold. All
conveyancing and r-cording at the cost of purchaser.
$1,000 dep lit will be required irom the purchaser at
Umri5-dids " THOMAS DOWXING, Auctioneer _
rtHE ENTIRE STOCK OF A LIVERY STABLE TO
J P.E SOL" RY W ARNER. MAY' 31. SEE EVEN
ING S 1 AH. MAY '-"J. my23.2.,28.30-4t
11RUSTE 'S SYLE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
PROPERTY, NOS 327. 329. AND 331 PENN
SYLVANIA AVENUE SOI THEAST
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of tue
District ol Columbia, made and entered in equitv
cauae number 11302. Lucy F McKenna. guardian.
ts. Martha M. McKenna et al.. the undersigned, as
trustee, will offer for sale in front of the (remises, on
THURSDAY. THI SIXTH DAY OF JUNE, A. D
18K9. at FIVE O'CLOCK P. M.. all or a part of the
I following-described real estate: ...?
Lot No. 1 i of the subdivision of original Lot 1 and
part of original Lot 2, in square number ,1'O.inthe
City of W ashington ana District of Columbia, contain
ing more ttiau a.'i CO square feet. This Lot has a front
on Pennsylvania avenue ol 43 79-100 feet ana a
average depth of about 112 feet to C street, on which
street it also has a front of 47 06-100 fe*t.
Terms of salt One-third cash : nd the residue in
one and two years in equal installment*, evidenced by
the promissory notes of the purchaser, bearing date
as of the day of sale, with interest at si* per cent per
annum, and secured by reserve lien or deed oi trust on
the property in the discretion ol the trustee, or,if the
purchaser should so desire, .he entire payment may
be made in cash. A deposit of $300 will be required
on the day ot sale, and all conveyancing and recording
will be at the purchasers' cost. Upon failure of pur
chaser to comply with said terms within one week
from day of sale tl.e ti-stee reserve* the right to re
sell the propertv at risk and cost of defaulting pur
chaser. LDW'AED S. McCYLMONT, Trustee,
472 Louisiana ave. n.w.
DUNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers. my25-14ds
T
Look at the speed w arner will sell
MAY 31?2.10, 2 l'i. 2.27. 2.30, 2.35, 2 40, 2.32,
2.35. 2.45 SEE EVENING STAR, MAY 29.
my25,27,2h,30-4t
ALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO, Auctioneers.
W ALNUT FRAME PARLOR SUITE, EXTENSION
TABLE. WALNUT BOOKCASES. WALNUT
CHAMBER SUITES, WALNUT BEDSTEADS,
WASHsTANDS AND BUREAUS, LOUNGES,
WIRE MATTRESSES, CHAIRS AND ROCKERS,
HAIR MATTRESSES, BEDDING, CROCKERY
W ARE, ETC.
On FRIDAY, MAY THIRTY-FIRST. COMMENC
ING at TEN O'CLOCK A. M . we shall sell *t resi
dence. No. 1110 1. *treet northwest, the above collec
tion of housekeeping article*, partially enumerated.
Terms cash. WALTER B. WILLIAMS A CO..
1 my25-5t Auctioneers.
SPECIALTIES.
MASSAGE-INSTRUCTION IN SCIENTIFIC MAS
sage best European method: to a limited num
ber terms moderate. opportunity open for a short
tune. Address VESS, Star office. my25-3t*
WHEN YOU HAVE TRIED DOCTORS. MEDI
> T cines, and electricity in va:n . when you are ut
terly dent-rate, the LLECTROPOIsE will cure you
no matter what your disease or its progresa.
myll-lmo* JOHN N. W EBB, 610 E st. n.w.
LECTRICITY-15 YEARS SPECIAL PRACTICE
in nervous and tunctional disorder*. Malarial aud
Liver trouble*. Rheumatiam. Neuralgia, Insomnia, etc.;
Ovarian, Uterine, and Brain Diseases a specialty.
Hair* removed. Strictures permanently cured. DR.
NICHOLSON. Medical Electrician. 804 12th St. n.w.
ap27-2m*
FINANCIAL.
JKO. W. OOBflOM.
CORSON * MACART5ET,
GLOVER BUILDING, 1419 F ST. JT. W?
Bankers and Dealers in Government Bonds.
Deposits Exchange. Loans. Collections.
Railroad Storks and Bonds, and all secoritias UstaA
on the Exchanges of New York. Philadelphia. Bostoa
and Baltimore nought and sold.
A specialtv made of Investment securities Distrial
Bonds and all Local Railroad, Gaa, Insurance and T*l?
'i5?2rt<ainRell^elep'hc?ns Stock bought and aoldjyia
WOOD AND COaLT
jpoT"
krest dodge
COAL MERCHANT.
Wholesale and Retail.
Anthracite Coal of all kinds constantly on I
GEORGE'S CREEK CUMBERLAND GOAL
FINEST GRADES of SPLINT AND CANNKL OOAL
Sawed and Split Wood to Order.
Yard and Office, 3008 Water street; Branch Office,
1214 31st strest (opposite Poet-office), West Washing
ton. D. 0.
Telephone-Yard. 054-2. Branch office. 856-2. mh20
INSURANCE.
The mutual reserve fund life ass'K, or
N.Y., ha* form shed insurance to eighty-two thous
and members during psst eight years, aarlng them
over sixteen million dollsrs,by reducing cost below
mfa9-s.tp.th.3ai
BICYCLES.
?ART CTCLMM
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS FX)* rKFsH KEEK Mt n A*:
Beef?oA, <- of the ivrrrttn SO-' Tumw
of the CnlW *UW Soldier*' Hoins, Washington. D
C.. Ma> W, ls?t? Seal, d Protxwsls. sahjwl ?o tit*
ustisl conditions. will I* Mrintl it tlis offi<-? UBtll
TE* O'CLOCK A. M. THl ttsDAY. JINK SIXTH.
1NW. at which On* and placr tbs> will W n???d la
the pn?en<?of biddere,forfurni?hii.? end deli venafe*
the kitchen. boepltal. dairy aud r?te bousee of the
Soldier*' BoUif. Fresh bw{. Mutton and Corned Bwt.
a* required br the eeoretan and invm of Um H sne
for tbe year coauuenciar J ui> 1. i M?n. and nxllnc
June 30. ] WO Intonnatn-n a* to tt? manner of bad
dlnr, condition* to be ohseree.1 b? tirtder*. terms at
<vntract and wiwiit. will be furnished on I'rraiMl
si plication to this office The su?.,*s:ui Utikr will
be required to enter into s writ ts?i contract with the
e* retary and treasurer ottbe Mtene with *>**1 and *|
proved security, in the sum of two ttoHni dollar*
lltOOOl witliUi seven da> a after l?lri* d. titled ol the
acceptance of his i-rvpoSBls. A cop> o? thia advertise
ment niuat be attached to each ie |\Ml 1 sch bid
niuat be arcouipauied by a certiaed .-beck to the or.ter
of the undersigned in the sum of tJv? i. aa a ? larantrw
thst the bad ts lusde in rood fsith Tt. ?-outrwet a ill
be awarded to the avrratre 1. west bidder mui lnw
with the above conditions. The pfoportioa ol I resS
Beef. Mutton and Corned Heel used bjr ttv Home for
the ten months euduur April .to. 1 ?HM. will he taken as
a lasts for cakuletiiur the eward to the loseel bidder.
Tbe andersijrt.r ! reserree the rttrtit to reject any and
all proposals Ei ve! i>es cootaimns proposals should
lie endorsed "Propoeala tor Freah B"*(, Mutton ana
Corned Beef, at tbe I'mted States Soldier* Home. Dis
trict of Columbia." si.d addressed totbe un-iersisi.nl,
I B r. EITTKNHorsL Secretary, and Tnssarvr,
I Vnited States SoliBera' Home. D. C. mj-'-"-0t
ROPOSA1.S rOK OONKTRCM HSU SCHOOL
bouse Office of the Commission-ra. Ihstnct .*
I Columbia, Waahiwta, Msy tt-ICW Heahd i-rw
I 11 an, ? siit be i*c*-ited at tuis ttv ?? until I * ll.\ li
| O'CLOCk .M on MONDAY. Jl M IHIHD. I***. foe
coustruciiiHr a t*usU*ylsiflil-r'Oni school bouse oa
I L street, lietweeii ?ith aud 7th streetsaoutl w.wt lllank
tortus ot proposals and apeciocatioua. together aith all
im nur) iLtoriualiou, can be obtained, up.'Li applk-a
tion therefor, at the . Are ol the inaiectorut bulldum
of the Disln, t of Columbia, and-ml) bids upon th<-aa
ti.rus sill I* .-otisidt red The rurlit is res,r\**1 to re
ject any and all blda J R.DOl'ttLASH, L. U. HINL,
CHAs ?. KA\ MOND. Commissioners. D. C.
niy'-S-flt
Bids wii i berfci ived rxTiL v ti thiktt
ONE. Issm. lor cvnatru-tin* s 1. nble tra. k rwil
aay In tseorm-town u|ou hiirh atre?t. fr>iu the Poto
mac Kiver tu tbe Cori* ration Limit*. s|?, ihcati ua
furnished upou sppluation to the Oeorye'.own and
Tenallrtowu llailwa) Co .at the office ?M B-all. I r ? a
*i o. 1.1J1 F ?t Tbe u>ui|?L) i*-serves tile n?rbt to
reJivt any or all bids
By order of tbe Boar J of Director*
my'.'j-5t JOHN I. Ist AlX. Secretary.
WASHINGTON. D C.."MaV ?.%. 1?
*f i i\'|x?al> will be ractived at in*-. tin rof tin Coiu
miaaiobers of tlie District of Coluti Ins until 1 w 11 1 B
O'CLOCK M. Ot SATI HDAV. JIM HKTI1ST4
1 lor ttinusbitur the vam us tirancbeaol 1.. l>i?
trict t*o*ernmeut with tren> ral supplit-s tor tlie hxal
year eniiinir June :t0. INIKI, coinpii?ii * -tail. ?-ry
Blank Forma and Pnntti.if. Iv hoo. K ks. lurmtur^
Hardware Tinware, Pluuil^rs' Matenai. ttr w-eri^a.
Boots and Sin ea. Droit*, olass. Paints aud \ am ?!."?
Lumber, Foraare. Meats, t asunara. Fuel. I>ry ?* > ?la,
Ice. aud Telephoue Supplies Blank f. rtns f pr.4**
aals. t.nrether aith all tntormatioii ran I- oMsund
Ui-on apl'l nation at kovin SCW. District Bui dun?. 1st
*t u. w.. between B ami C sts 1 be t irht 1- r, ?? '.a
reject any au<! a.l bids or t?rts >f bids J. u l?n <*
LAsS, L.G. HIKE, C M. R.Ullu.NU, ComuiMloue*
D. C. m>'J5-6t
liiiOlV-AI.S FOB CTl GRANITE. OFFICE oi
X liuiiuiu* tor Library ol Coi?r*i??. 14."? I Mt Canl*
tul ptrert, Waphiiiirtoii, I) M?> %5. n<mu?4
i for furm^huifr ?td delivcTiior all ??f tbf mi
^raiiit^ n-quimll??r iq? Iroi t malla, :iu lud2ti?r tbr
ol tbe rotunda of the Builditi* for tl?*? 1-ibrarv of I'on
IfTeas m thia t itv. Will lie iveived at tlua ofuc uutil
TWO O'CLOCK P W , on HAH KDAY, tbe 1 TV
NINTH I?AV OF JlNF and opeu?*d iuiiii?h
diately thereafter in j'reaenof of bidder* '1 be gTaiiite
must in* t.l litfbt bluiab trra> color and flue ^rrain.
S|<?N'itiratioLa. ?ft ii? rai inntrurtioiia and ?-ouditi< -i-a
and blank forma t?t rr??tM mtjr be obtained on appli
cation at tbii oftloe. BtUNAKl> R. GhLLN. bu[-* nn*
tend**nt and hDjriueer.
in> s*3.2T.-a.>K.^t;i0.ai >1,4.6*8*11.13.15.C6.
lot
EDUCATIONAL
CV1I.I MBIA CONSKKN AIORY OF M Sl? II ANO
yf. ii i.anjre, S13 1'eun a^ I IioimuhL mstructioua,
primary and advanced co^fce. piano, oriraii, kc. sum
mer terms. Mi) 1. *10. E. HAB i. rriuc..late of Ne?
England Conservatory of Music, Boston a*J5-i!tn*
HAND-SIM I'LL ST. MOi?l UAI'ID, MOST
t? ies'itile. Irotlcieucy in three Inontha Absolutelr
no lailures. T>pesntiu? tauirlit fiee HEAD bcHuoL
OF ACME PHOSOGI'.APHV f'Jl F n.wmyU In1
WASHINOION COKHERVATOBVOF MUsK*. ST.
" Cloud Bulidmr, 9th and F sts. Twentieth year.
1 laiRi. ortfkn. \ uioe, Violiu, Flute. Comal. A, > tea
advatitave*. O. B. BULLARD, Director, n.y^l-lra*
DRAWIliU AN D PAIN UNO?INSTRUCTION IK
ersr) branch ar.d for all s?re*. i rtratr or in . lasaea.
NATIONAL ACADtMV OF FINE AKTb. ??>4 L st.
Call and tee tbe w onderful proirrcss ot atudents
inylti-1 in*
lAItANTLE TOll \ 11 ANY ONE JO MAKB
\Jt a Fre*;-liand Crayon Portrait in 15 leaaona. no
knowledge of draTMiitf necet??ar> . hundredn ol t^atl
| moiiiaia. J. W HL\NuLO-?* V?tb at uiylh-'Jw
K1VLK81T1 rKAlNEl MTOi
for civil aervlce, *eat Point Collan. kc Claaa*^
I and private Itaaou* day or evening 1 LAN K E HALL*
| 2*il E at. ii. w. Ui> ltt Jui
*tjLociTioN And Oratory
Summer classes lor a FIVE Wt EE'S SESSION,
commence VeUljeausy eveninir, June 12. at 7 3J
o'clock.
b'-ud for summer circular
This college publishes BiKIKS OX ??ELOCrTIOS.''
-ORAIORY." "ACT 1 NO,' and "1'LRSONAL MAO
XETlsM." Des. nptne price-list lrt-e.
Address MAKTYN COLLEGE OF ELOCCTIOS AND
ORATORY. 313 6th *t n.w iHaif a block east ol cltf
l-ost-ottice.) mylb
ISS BALCH'S CIVIL 8 E R VICETS STtYT' E 1207
10th *t. n.w. Persona prepared must suc<-eas>
I olly for all eiannnations. Elocution tauirbt aud coin
loaitionscarettuly revised, highest retereucea 14 jiu
\ HARVARD ORADL'ATE DlslKEs HHLh.
?iu*ly or in small i issses. Apply to
VIM H 1'llNJM. A M,
mhl9 At Sander* A Sta>man's. W34 1 st
r|tllE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGLAUk*
T23 14 th st n w.
Terms be if in uow.
Open all Summer. Also Summer School st As bury
Park. N'. J. aq -T?
1TDW ARD C. TOWN SEND.
II Teacher of Elocution.
Correct (deep) brcaitinir \ olee Culture, Oratorical and
Dramatic Action, at 1317 13Ui at. n.w. d31-0m
SPENCER1AN BCSINESS COLLEGE. tX> 11 7TK
and D ata. n.w. Fvunded lh?4. .More than 50,000
vouiiir tr?n snd women have been trained 11 the Spen
cenan Colleges Day and nitfht seesiona. SlitouiwM:
Business Course: Shorthand, lypewrulnff and Graph*
oplioLe. Practical Enitlish, Tel?irraph> . si^n. ers"
Rapid Hrltinic. Readihir aud Oratory. Delsarte method.
Business men turniabed with trained eini loyes 111UB
trated cataioirues tree. SAKA A SPLScLli, VioB>
FTiiK ipal. HENRY C. bPENt ER. LL. B-. Pnncipai.
mh'Jti
MARTYN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 31S flTB
st . near City l ost-office. Colored students not
admitted. Call or stud for catalogue. mbO
LADIES' GOODS.
n.w.
J^EMOVAL.
removal.
MESSRS 1IERTZ * COKTAKT.
TAILORS.
BEO TO ANNOUNCE they will remove to their at**
*aut quarters.
514 11TH STREET,
Squat* below their present address, some time la tmlf
mmL
?Pl0-3m
LFRED N'El'MAN. ARTIST AN D DESIGNER Of
Ladies' Dresses and Riding Habits.
Opeutd at 1124 Oubnecticut eve.
Will call at reaideucee. iiiy'J5-lm _
JAPANESE GRATE FANS. 5oc. . SCROLLS. 1?C.;
fans. 5c. and 10c.. materials for mskUff PBP^r
Bowers, scrsp pictures, studies for |mintlu<r Uo|d
paint, 10c. Toys, iraiuet. lautertis. Sa?ra. note paper,
andenvelopes J JAY" OOILD. 421 Hthat
r?VHE FEDORA DRESS SHIELDS ARE AS
X nounced by Messrs WOOD? AED A LOTHRor
as the best in then slock They have no equal J jC
sale ever>-where. >lU-ao
A LADY. FORMERLY CAKRYINGOK DHESSMaE
inif in New >ork, would like the patronsireof w ssk*
lnirtou ladies. moderate prices alio periect tit. r ittinf
and basting-a spe<*ialt> 7 ?. st o^. aplti-tMr*
EEhFLCOS HAIR 1 EKiiA.V I N i 1/1 hEMOVEJ*
Otiy electnc needle without m.uniur the ??in or ?eaT
iuk s uiark. LRa. Dii. GABRIEL
ap4-2m* 1321 G st B <r.
31lll 31* J. Peasdi.
132b F at. nw., at Mrs Harrison'a
FIRE FRfN'CH HAIR GOOD*
SELECT ORNAMENTS FOR THE HAIR.
HAIR DRESSED. BANGS SHIN'OLOl
ap2-2m* SHAMPOOING
n.EASS
ork aea.
FKENeHgYE^G, SCOURING AND DBY
ING ESTABL1s6mEN"^ IV06 New lor* era
, r 1 rat-ClassEadies and oeiiU'sorl of every uee<T?p?
Pi.n- Plush, \eleet and Evsuiiik Dresses AKTOV
AND CAROLINE LERCILfbrmeti) with A. FlscBstf
and Maison 1 neae. Pans ja21
A DKT CLEARING E8TAR
J\ 1 -ISHMENT AND DYE WOhhS. 4**1 G st. n w
r L*?1" ? Genu Garments ot all kinds r Issued aud
be-uif nfirt Ladies Eeeniuc Dr*ssss
a specialty. Thirty-Ore years' experience. Prioea
moosrata Gooda csilsd for aud dslivwrwd si 4
A tLJ*V2t.0*?J''JK*Tbi made cfor ripped!
XR. dyed a rood mouruiu* black.
A- FISCHER.
A1* fcLKJUSt B.W.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
eAlXET k DAVIS' I PRIGHT PIANOS CHOICB
? selections, tetnpune 'ders lanralua tocluasoM
I flO, acency to be closed for the summer
|mh23 H. L StMXER. Sll tfth st. mw.
R R S.N N
R R NX N
l\
e
N N X
I?N
H A A
P I A H O
CNEQUALED IK TONE, TO
AND
Special attention of
"New Artistic Styles.
E*T DECORATIVE A
SECOND-HAND PIANOS. ? A lari
coiaprleinf almost ever) well known
country, la tiK>ru"-K ? ? ?? ^ - ?
low
la
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BOOKS AND STATIONERY
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