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CITY AN ^D IST RICT.
The principal ralue of The Evknino
Star to advertisers is the fact that it is not
thrown awnr after once being read, bat passes
through half a dozen pairs of hands at least be
fore being tossed aside. This it the advantage
fretertUxi by a family ne'rupaper.
PROPOSED INKBKIATK ASYLUM.
The Public Meeting in the Y. M. C. A.
Parlors Last Night.
COMMISSIONER DOUGLASS AND MANT WELL-KNOWN
CITIZKXS EXPRESS THEIR VIEWS ASD A COM
MITTEE IS APPOINTED TO URGE CONGRESS TO
pass a bill establishing as asylum ?ob in
ZBRIAT?8.
In response to a call for a public meeting to
consider the question of the- establishment by
Congress of an asylum for chronic inebriates in
the District of Columbia, a large number of
ladies and gentlemen enlisted in the war
against alcohol assembled in the parlors of the
Y. M. C. A. last evening. Mr. f. M. Bradley
presided.
PR. GODDING SAYS ALCOHOLISM IS A DISEASE.
Among the speakers was Dr. W. W. Godding,
?uperiutendent of the government insane hos- |
pitai, who regards alcoholism as a disease, not '
a crime. He referred to the recent tragedy in
South Washington as an illustration, and
thought that a place should certainly bo pro
vided for such unfortunates. The alms-house,
he thought, was not the proper place for them,
neither was the insane hor-pital. The estab
lishment of an inebriate asylum or other place
where such patients could be properly treated
and cared for was, according to his idea, the :
proper remedy.
VIEWS or REV. DR. BARTLETT.
Rev. Dr. Bartlett. in the course of his re
marks. thought that such an institution ought
to be endowed by Congress, because it would
receive patients from all parts of the United
States. "We certainly have plenty of material
to start with," he saicL "We want some place
where these people can go and remain until
they have the ability to takecareof themselves,
and as Dr. Godding said, 'it can't be done in
thirty days.' I think that under the wise super
vision of Dr. Godding we ought to be able to
get a bill through Congress. Start on a small
acale tirst and continue until the necessity for
?uch a place will eventually fade out." [Ap
plause.]
COMMISSIONER DOUGLASS WILL ASSIST.
Commissioner Douglass was next called upon
to give his views. He said that he was present
more to listen and learn than to take an active
part in the meeting. He was in hearty accord'
with the movement aud would assist at all
times in the work. He had been informed
that a similar attempt made a year or two ago
bad failed. He had had occasion to think over
the matter, bemuse he once made an effort to
have a friend treated in this city, but learned
that there was no such institution here as the
one proposed. He learned that there was one
in Baltimore, but then there is no way of get
ting a patient over there if such patient ob
jects.
THE CHIEF OK POLICE GIVES SOME STATISTICS.
Col. Moore, chief of police, was next called
npon to tell what he knew of the need for such
an institution. He said that during the year
that ended a few months ago there were 4,000
arrests for intoxication and y80 arrests for in
toxication au;l disorderlv conduct combined.
Singular as it may seem, ho said, there was 110
law in this District against drunkenness. The
arrests are made lor the protection of the
drunken man lest he might suffer from the
elements or from thieves. There is no other
class of persons that give the officers so much
trouble as the "drunks." A drunken man is
naturally pugnacious, and the officer fre
quently suffers bodily injury or has his
clothing torn when "he attempts to care
for the drunken man or do him a
kind act, aud when he gets his clothing
torn in that way it is his own loss. As the
question now stands an habitual drunkard is
arrested and given not more than ninety days
on the farm. He is unfit for work of any kind,
and his imprisonment is merely a time of rest.
t-oL Moore spoke of the numerous complaints
received about intoxicated husbands, in which
the wife or children of the man do not make
complaint on account of the publicity that
might be given the case.
THE CASE OF OSWALD C. ALLEN,
who killed his wife and himself. Col. Moore
thought was fair illustration of the necessity
for such an institution. He thought it was a
blot upon the capital city that there were no
means to either punish or assist this unfortu
nate class of persons. If they are not to be
punished there ought to be a way to put them
where they can't harm any one else: if you can
not reform them, keep them in some place
Until they die, and thus prevent them from
killing others.
Lieut. Amiss was then called upon, but he
said that Col. Moore had fully covered the
ground, and hud left nothing for him to say
except that he was in full accord with the
movement.
JUDGE COX. OF THE DISTRICT SUPREME COURT,
testified to his sympathy with the movement,
and said (hat the Allen tragedy was the
strongest argument in favor of the establish
ment of such an institution. The judge, in
discussing the question, spoke of the matter of
per-ouai liberty, ami said that the establish
ment of su-h an institution would involve a
high aud delicate question, and would have to
be carefully framed. so as not to infringe upon
the fundamental rights of personal liberty.
MR. B. H. WARNER SPEAKS OF THE INTEREST OF
TAXPAYERS IN THE MATTER.
Mr. B. H. Warner said the question under
discussion was an important one. and ought to
interest the whole community, including the
saloon-keepers, and he had no doubt the move
ment would receive their hearty support. He
?aid that some time ago he had occasion to
look into the question, and he learned that be
tween 7S and 80 per cent of crime was the re
sult of intoxication. Ea'*h saloon, be said, costs
the government and that certainly was a
qnestiou of considerable importance to tax
payers. lie cited several in which government
offii iai? had lot-t their positions and found their
way In the workhouse through strong drink.
He ?aid that Mr. Thomas Wilson was present,
and he would like to hear what he had to say
on the subject.
THOMAS WILSON THINKS DRUNKENNESS A
CRIME AND SHOULD BE PUNISHED.
Mr. Wilson walked forward and caused some
thing of a sensation when he said that he had
not been in favor of the establishment of such
an institution. He U;d believe in the necessity
for one. He then drew a comparison between
two cities, r. ferring to London and Sew York.
In the one city, he said, there is no semblance
of a temperance organization. There is 110
?uch thing known there. Everybody* pretends
to drink liquor. It would be almost impossible
to get a drink of ice wat-r, aud. if you did,
they would expect to see vou drop dead soon
after you drank it. Iu that city there is the
least drunkenness of any Christian citv. On
the other hand, there is a city of great wealth
and the richest churches. That city is best
governed in regard to Sabbath breaking, and
in that city is the greatest amouut of drunken
ness and crimes growing out of intemperance.
He was in favor of a law making drunkenness a
crime aud punishable by imprisonment. Such
? law would cost nothing and chances for get
ting it oassed would be greater.
Mr. WiUon was interrupted several times,
and questioned concerning his remarks. He
Said that he would call drunkenness a "crime**
and put the offenders in prison. He thought
that enough had already been Mid against the
drunkard to put him in any prison.
OTHER SPEAKERS.
Rev. Dr. Sunderland spoke in opposition to
the views expressed by Mr. Wilson.
Addresses were also made bv Mrs. LaFetra,
Mrs. Solger. Rev. Mr. RamsdeU and others.
The bill introduced in Congress last winter
by Senator Edmunds was discussed and the
^ ermont and Massachusetts laws on the subject
of drunkenness were commended.
A COMMITTEE
composed of Col. Moore. Rev. RamsdeU, B. H.
Warner. F. M. Bradly. Mrs. Enoch Totten and
Mrs. Solger was appointed to select a commit
tee of citizens to tnke charge of the matter and
ae upon Congress the necessity of passing a
establishing an asylum for inebriates in
this District.
liuffalo Kill Honored.
The Ticom tease Chaudou de Briaillea gave a
breakfast in Paris yesterday in honor of CoL
W m. P. Cody (Buffalo Bill). Among the guests
?were the following members of the leading
families of France: Tbe Due de Vallambross.
the Princess de Clerinout-Tonnerre, the Vi
compt and Yicomtesse de Montremv, the
Marquis de Vivien, Barou de Grancev. Madam
Hocbon. the V lcompte D'Orcombray/the Mar
quise de Clermont-Tonnere. the Marquis Dei
ner, Q. Wis law. Arthur de Chezelles, X. Feuil
lant. Baronne de Fourgeres, Comte de Beau
regard. Cornte de Montgomery, Comte Char
bonne de Lava, the Marquis" de Rabau. the
Marquis de Neuchatel, Baron de Santa Cruz,
Comte Leonel de Perigord aad O. de Vatunes
miL
WAS IT A SEISMIC WAVE.
A Murine Phenomenon off the Coast of
Louisiana.
| The superintendent of the coast survey has
received a report from F. W. Perkins, of the
coast survey steamer Hitchcock, describing
what was thought to be a seismic wave off the
gulf coast of Lottisianv He states that during
the 16th and 17th the wind blew very fresh
from the southeast, making a rough sea even
at the anchorage in 9 feet of water a mile off
shore in the bight 2 miles east of Tigre point
The morning of the 18th opened with rain and
a northeast wind. The rain was of short dura
tion. but the sky was overcast all day. At 1
p. m. he was on deck and at that time the sea
Lad gone down nnder the influence of the fresh
northeast wind which lind also driven the water
off the shore, leaving a wide border of
mud exposed outside of the shell beach.
At nbont 4:30 a troubled appearance of the
water inshore attracted the attention of those
on deek. and upon looking to the southward
and westward a large black wave was seen ap
proaching. rolling in. as the sailing-master de
scribed it. "like a down east fog." A minute
or two Inter, meeting with a shoal which lies
in that direction, it broke into white angry
masses. From hall to three-quarters of
a mile northwest of the vessel, and pretty
close to shore nnu moving eastward, there
was a patch of angry water about a hun
dred yards in extent, in which the waves, some
three or four feet high, were crested with toam
and sending broken water several feet into
the air. At 4:42 it had reached a point
some two miles east by north of
the place where he first observed it.
The wind at the time was light or moderate
from the northeast with a moderately smooth
sea. and there was no appearance of any extra
ordinary atmospheric disturbance about the
broken water, the spray being thrown up and
falling as when a sea meets with an obstruction !
in calm weather. At about 10 p. m. the vessel j
and boats swung round and billed to the east
northeast and then swung back again. And
the sailing master reported that at one hour,
forty-eight minutes on the moruiug of the lath
the vessel commenced pitching very noticeably,
although the sea was apparently quite smooth,
and that at the same time the vessel swung,
around tailing to the wind and shortly after
ward swung back.
GRADUATING EXERCISES.
Normal and Preparatory Departments
of Howard University.
The graduating classes of the normal and
preparatory departments of Howard university
held their annual commencement in the chapel
hall of the university last evening. Addresses
were delivered by the graduates of the prepar
atory department as follows: 8. James David
son, "Intellectual Benefactors;" Dennis F.
Grace, "True World Power;" and James W.
Morris, "Patience?Its Results." Rev. George
H. Corey, of the Metropolitan M. E. church,
delivered the address to the normal class.
President William W. Patton presented the
diplomas. The graduates were:
Normal class?T. X. Williams. T. W. Edwards,
T. 11. Wright, S. Y. Minor. W. H. Webb, all of
Washington; Clarence H. Madella. Alexandria, j
Vs.
Preparatory clnss?W. D. Winston. Virginia;
L. H. Hill, Maryland: N. E. Weatherless. Vir
ginia: W. B. Dandridge. Alabama; H. J.David
son. Louisville. Ky.; D. F. Grace, Greensboro.
M<L; J. W. Morris. Staunton. Va., and W.
Haggans, North Carolina.
Wayland Seminary.
The graduating exercises and celebration of
the twenty-third anniversary of the Wayland j
seminary took place at the Metropolitan M. E.
church last evening. A large assemblage w:is
present to witness the exercises, which were
opened with prayer by the Rot. Dr. H. John
son. of Baltimore, after which a musical selec
tion was rendered by members of the graduat
ing class. Among the prominent persons occu
pying scats on the platform were: Rev. G. M.
P. King. D.D.: Dr. Welling of Columbian uni
versity; Rev. 11. Johnson. D.D.. pastor of North
Street Church. Baltimore, Md.; Rev. A. S.
Thomas, S. G. Green. D.D.: J. H. Cuthbcrt. D.
D.; l'rof. Albion Small, of Waterville. Me.: Rev.
W. B. Johnson. D.D.: Revs. J. I. Loving. H. C.
Robinson. Sandy Alexander, Dr. Stakely and
W. J. Howard.
Addresses were delivered by Mr. Scott C. Bur
rell, of Boston: Miss Martha A. Pierson. of
Virginia: Mr. Hezekiah Walden. of Virginia;
Mr. F. F. Nelson, of Virginia; Miss Annie E.
Conn., of Pennsylvania; Mr. W. U. Daniels, of
Maryland; Mr. Geo. W. Hughes, of Virginia;
Miss Amelia F. Jones, of Virginia, and Mr. A.
Harris, of Muskogee. The address to the
graduates was delivered by Prof. Albion W.
Small, of Colby university, Waterville. Me.
President King then awarded prizes to the
following graduates: The Misses Juiia A. Nor
man. Nellie Lucas, Martha Washington, Minnie
E. Buster. Alice Matthews, and Agnes Perry.
The graduates who received diplomas were:
A. Burrell. Boston. Mass.; W. 11. Daniels,
Elkton. Md.; A. L. Harris. Muskogee. I. T.; I
John Harrison. Spring?Grove. Va.; G. W. I
Hughes. Huntington. W. Va.; W. A. Lane, Bal- j
timore. Md.; F. F. Nelson. Richmond. Va.; C. j
C. I'atterson. Rockville. Md.; J. A. 1'itts. lialti- '
more. Md.; W. S. Rufiin. Bladeusburg. Md.; i
Jacob Simpson. Washington. D. C.; Annie E. 1
Conn. Meehanicsbtirg. Pa.: Lucy A. V. Harris,
Free Shade. Va.; Amelia F. Jones. Norfolk. Va.;
Nannie Morgan. Burkville. Va.; Harriet A.
Moss, Hyattsville, Md.: Martha A. Peirson, Em
poria. \a.; Susie A. Rice, Rappahannock, Va.,
and Alice A. Wright. Portsmouth, Va.
MRS. LINCOLN PRESENTED.
The Minister's Wife ami Daughter at the
Quten'i Drawing-Room.
A special cable to the Philadelphia Timet
says: The drawiug-room to-day was certainly
remarkable for the number of splendid cos
tumes worn. True, the royalties were in
mourning, but this served only to show up the
costumes of those who came to the throne to
be pres. nted. A good deal of curiosity was ex- |
pressed among the ladies to see the new Amor- 1
lean minister's wife and daughter. They both
came through the ordeal remarkably well, and,
indeed, the American presentations came out
very strongly.
Mrs. Lincoln wore a handsome jupe of black
silk trimmed with black tulle and embroid
ered with jet. A long train of black silk hung
from the waist, for though it is optioual to
wear it from the shoulders, one feels the
weight more when it is so placed. The low
cut of the corsage was of the same material.
I trimmed in the same manner. The court
plumes and lapels were black. Mrs. Lincoln
wore a collarette of diamond stars, fastened on
black velvet, and small diamond earrings. She
j carried a bouquet of purple flowers.
Miss Lincoln, who was presented by her
mother, looked very fresh and pretty in a
charming debutante gown of white poult de
soie. The front, of jupe, was covered with
tulle, hung with tiny silver pendants that shim
mered as she walked, and held in place by a
chatelaine of daisies and grasses. The train
was also white poult de soie. The corsage was
trimmed with tulle, daisies and grasses. Her
court Dl'imes and laplets were white pearls and
were her sole ornaments. Her bouquet con
sisted of pure white exotics and maidenhair
feru. ?
Mrs. Robert McCormick. of Chicago, wife of
the second secretary of the legation, was also
resented by Mrs. Lincoln. She wore black,
andsomely trimmed with jetted lace and tulle.
She wore diamond ornaments and carried a
white bouquet.
The Museum Freak Lecturer Verbatim.
From the New York Sun.
"This, ladies and gentlemen, is Singslee. the
sword and spike walker. She is a native of
Lucknow, India, and walks with her bare,
naked, and tender flesh upon the glistening,
keen-cutting, bristling, incisive, penetrating,
needle-like, horrible edges of quivering, waver
ing, trembling swords, and the jagged, pointed,
tearing, terrible, cross-eutting, fearful, fright
ful, horrifying, spearified, tri-pointed. gash
ing. deep-sinking, death-wounding, feet-ruin
ing spikes, dancing and rolling on a bed of
bare and pointed carpet tacks, and running a
race on glistening cimetars."
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A NARROW ESCAPE.
Engine and Mail Car of the Chicago Ex
press Off the Track Near Rocltville.
Correspondence ol Th* Evxsrao Stab.
Rockville. May 29, 1889.
The Chicago express train running west and
due here at 3:20 p.m. to-day, met with an acci
dent at the eaat end of the double track about
half a mile east from the depot, this afternoon.
When the engine, tender and mail car had
passed the switch and before the passenger
cars had reached that point, the engine jumped
the track and ran on the ties to the south track,
and was about to plunge down the steep em
bankment at that point. The engineer, seeing
the danger, put on a full bead of steam, which
had the effect of turning the engine between
the two tracks, when it caught under the cross
ties and was buried about 3 feet in the earth at
the same time careening to the south track.
The mail car was also derailed and turned
partly over, while the passenger coaches re
mained on the track ana were uninjured. As |
soon as the news of the accident reached town ]
hundreds of people repaired to the scene and j
crowds were in attendance until long after
dark. Wrecking trains on different portions of ;
the road were at once notified and were on ;
hand in a few hours to render assistance. A |
portion of the main track was moved so that ,
trains could pass around the wreck about 9 <
o'clock, and in the mean time the hundreds of
passengers going each way were transferred
from the different trains. This is considered a
very dangerous point on the road, as the em
bankment is narrow and fully twenty feet
high. The cause of the accident is not defi
nitely known, but is attributed to the spreading
of the track, caused by the recent heavy rains
and the very short curve which a train has to
pass over in reaching the new track. This train
is one of the fastest on the road and was filled
with passengers, but few of whom knew that
anything had happened until it was all over.
Many turned pale and became very nervous
when they realized what a narrow escape they
had made. So far as learned no one was
injured. Washington passengers who arrived on
the first two trains had a merry walking match
to the depot, and made the half-mils stretch in
good humor. During the evening many ofiicials
of the road were present doing all in their
power to prevent the delay of passengers,
which was for a very short time. B. A. M.
Nineteen Persons Drowned.
The steam barge D. D. Calvin, of Kingston,
Ont., with a tow of three schooners with tim
ber from 8t. Iguace, was struck by a gale off
Long Point Tuesday. The tow line parted and
the Forway, Valencia, and Bavaria were in the
trough of the sea. The two former managed
to come to anchor after being waterlogged and
the crews were perched on cabin tops for
twenty-lour hours without food, and with the
waves washing over them, and suffered ter
ribly before they were rescued. The Bavuna
went ashore on Galloo Island and all on board
(nineteen men, women and children) were lost.
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A Pension Fraud in Baltimore.
William Louis Schley, claim and pension
agent, of Baltimore, has been placed under
el.OOO bail to answer in the United States court
the charge of aiding in the false making, forg
ing, and counterfeiting of a voucher for the
purpose of obtaining money from the United
States. The case is that of a Mrs. Laura
Weaver, who died in December, 1887. She was
entitled to u peusion. After her death hereon,
August Weaver, and Mrs. Catherine Miller went
to Schley's office to try mid secure the dead
woman's pension. Mrs. Miller personated Mrs.
Weaver m the voucher, and the result was a
check from the government last January for
?fl.594. The matter leaked out and August
Weaver and Mrs. Miller were arrested. Now
they accuse Col. Schley of having hatched the
fraud.
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Hold by Storekeepers, Grocers, and Druggists.
LIEBIO'S EXTRACT OF MEAT 00., L'td,
?0-tu,th Icadon.
W alteb-8 Patent
METALLIC 8HINOLES
And COOPER'S BROAD RIB ROOFING,
Msde from Copper, Tin, and Steel Piste. For public
and private buildings, barns, and outhouses. Abso
lutely rain, storm, and fire-proof, easily applied, ar
tistic in finish, without any exceptions the BEST IN
THE WORLD. Catalogues free. Address NATIONAL
SHEET METAL ROOFING CO., 510 East 20th si.
New York city_ or WM. L. HODGKINS, Agent for this
District. 923 F st. n.w. apU0-eo3m
rf ^HE CELLULOID TKUM ~
X That never breaks, nsver wears out, always cisaa
aMtiautewenwUlsUtblw
Islur sals at
kills waotyf
Scaly Skin Diseases
Think of shedding a quart of scales each day, of a akin cracked, bleeding, burning, and Itching
almost beyond human endurance, hair lifeless or gone, suffering hardly to be appreciated. Ia not
this a difficult akin and scalp disease to cure? And yet thousands of Just such cases hare been
Cured by Cuticura
My disease (psoriasis) flrst broke out on my left
cheek, spreading across my nose, and almost cov
ering my face. It ran into my eyes, and the physi
cian was afraid I would lose my eyesight alto
gether. It spread all over my head, and my hair
all fell out, until I was entirely bald-headed; It
then broke out on my arms and shoulders, until
my arms were Just one sore. It covered my entire
body, my face, head and shoulders being the
worst. The white scales fell constantly from my
head, shoulders and arms; the skin would thicken,
and be red and very itchy, and would crack and
bleed if scratched. After spending many hun
dreds of dollars 1 was pronounced Incurable. I
heard of the crncrRA Remedies, and after using
two bottles of Ccticcba Kesoltknt I could see a
Terrible Skin Diseases
Two bottles of the Ccticcra Kesoi.vevt. three
botes of Ccticcba, and one cake of ccticcra
Soap have cured me of a terrible skin and scalp
disease known as psoriasis. I had it for eight
years. It would get better and worse at times.
Sometimes my head would be a solid scab, and
was at the time 1 began the use of the Ccticcba
Remedies. My arms were covered with scabs from
my elbows to shoulders, my breast was almost one
solid scab, and my back covered with sores vary
ing In size from a penny to a dollar. I had doc
tored with all the best doctors with no relief, and
used many different medicines without effect. My
case was hereditary, and, I began to think, incur
able, but it began to heal from the Brst applica
tion of CCTICCKA. AKCHKK RUSSELL,
Deshler, Ohio.
Cuticura
It is one thing to claim to cure these great skin
diseases, but quite another thing to do it. No
remedies ever compounded in the history of medi
cine have performed the wonderful cures daily
made by the ccticcba Kejieuies.
Ccticcba, the great skin cure, instantly allays
the most agonizing Itching, burning, and in- 1
flammation, clears the skin and scalp of crusts
and scales, and restores the hair. Ccticcba Soap,
the greatest of skin beautlllors. is indispensable
in treating skin diseases and baby humors. It
produces the whitest, clearest skin and softest
hands, free from pimples, spot, or blemish. CCTI
MPI.ES, blackheads, chapped, rough, red, and
oily skin prevented by ccticuka Soap.
AUCTION SALES.
TO-.WOK MOW.
J^OOT & LOWENTHAL Auctioneers.
DItl'G STOCK AND FIXTURE8
TkvT?,*P?AJKMOk^I.Pl,MAV J HHiTV-FIRST. at
ILN O'l LOCK, we will ?ell in store, No. 015 7th st.
southwest, small stock of Drills, shelf Bottles, Scales,
Nickel-plated Showcases, Counters, .shelving. Desks,
18-loot Sign, &c. This stock will be ottered as an en
tirety. It not sold as such will bo sold in detail at
same hour.
? ROOT & LOWENTHAL, Auctioneers,
_my28-3t l(;j7 7th st. n.w.
ALTER WILLIAMS & CO., Auctioneers,
WAANITTFRAME PARLOR SUITE, EXTENSION
bookcases, walnut
CHAMBER SUITES, WALNUT BEDSTEADS
WASH-STANDS AND BUi.EAUS, LOU NOES.
WIHE MATTRESSES, CHAIRS AND ROCKEBsl
HaIH MATTRESSES, BEDDING, CROCKER!?
w AltCi, h 1G.
T O'1 MAY^THIRTY-FIRST, COMMENC
ING at TEN 0 CLOCK A. Si., we shall sell at resi
dence. No. 1110 L street northwest, the above collec
tion of housekeeping articles, partially enumerated.
Terms cash.
W ALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO..
my?j- 5t Auctioneers.
IIMNE PAIR ROADSTERS TO BE SOLD BY WAR~
5J;R AT WILMINGTON, MAi' 31. SEE THE
EV ENINU STAR, MAY 88. my,J5.,J7.,,'h,:iO-4t
CMALL FRAME HOUSES AND TWO BUILDING
55 STREETS hSJuTHWT^ix"''' K A? L
the premises.
Lots 43 and 44, of Van Riswick's stib of sq. 471,
fronting .,.> feet on Gtli street, by a depth of 100 feet
to a l.?-toot?Jley, improved by small trsme houses.
terms: One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, notes to bear interest at (i i-er cent from day
of sale, payable setui-annually, aud to be secured by
deed ol trust on premises, or all cash, at option of
purchaser. Conveyancing, fcc., at purchaser's cost.
#100 deisjsiton ea. h lot at time of sale. Terms to be
complied with in ten duys, otherwise ri^ht re-served to
resell at rink and rust oi purchaser, alter five days' ad
yeiUseu ent in some newspaper publi*hed in Washiutr
ton, D. C. DLNCANSUN BROS., Auctioneers,
myiil-d&ds
f THF. ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED IN CON
seqitenre of the rain uutil FRIDAY, THE THIKiY
i OF MAi, 1SSM, ?t sauie hour and place,
mj ^S-clids _ _ DUNCANSONJJROS., Auctfc
1IOMAS DOWL1NG, Auctioneer.
^-SX.Y.ALUABLECORmZk PROPERTY, ON TIIE
?r, l V uAo'iV.KN?R? PF " AND FOUR
TEEN IH STREE'l 8 SOUTHWEST, NO. 1370
liwVv'r , v/. '"? ENGRAVING and
PitlN J JNG, A1 PLBLIC AUCTION.
rv?i M AV THIRTY-FIRST, 18S9, at FIVE
* ,'M;, in front ot premises, I shall sell at
public auction lot 13 and the w<st4Ufeet8 inches of
lot 14. square ~<!3, containing 7,311 square feet,
and Improved by.a large three-story brick residence,
being No. 13.0 B street southwest.
leruig. One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, interest at 0 lerceut wrmiuum and M-cured by
deed ot trust on proiierty sold, or all cash at option of
purchaser. A deposit of required at time of
sale. All conveyancing and recording at purchaser's
..., THOMAS DOWLING.
?1! Auctioneer,
NgtHtf- MAY 31 WARNER WILL SELL _??
c H-BRED COLTS, FILLIES AND
my-' V'T^'S T0-4t1 EOBDeLl StOCK FARM
I^LV.^KEB'.SALE OF A VALUABLE THREE
? S^Ol.i BlIIcK DWELLING HOUSE (No. !?01).
AV?NtE ANU
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly recorded in
LlUr No. folio Si 121, et seq., one of the laud
records i?f the District of Columbia, and at the request
of tlie holder of the note thereby secured, we will *ell
J** public auction, on TilllKHDAY, TIIE TWKNTY
P\it ?kF ?AY' ?A ,D 1 at FIVE O'CLOCK
1. M.. to the highest bidder, thut piece of laud sit
Jiate in Washington eity, D. c., and being lot num
? ^P|rty-ei)flit (.*i8) of Ahraiu F. Marker's recorded
subdivision ?f part of square three hundred and
eiyht) -three (.18.1), the said laud 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 trom the day of sale, and the
balance in two equal payments at one and two years,
secured by the notes of the purchaser and a first deeii
of trust Oil the property sold, the said notes to bear in
terest at six percent per annum from the day of sale
A deposit of il.iO will be required when the proissi ty
is sold. Ail conveyancing at the purchaser's cost
terms of sale to be complied with within ten days
from the day of sale, otherw ise the trustees reserve the
right to resell the property at the risk and cost of the
defaulting purchaser.
SYLVESTER B. BOARMAN,) _.
WILLIAM W BOAUMAN, \ Trustees.
GEORGE W. STlCKNEy, Auctioiicer. myll-dAds
CB*- THE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED UVTIT
FRIDAY. iHE THIltTY-FIUST DAY OF MAY
1S8U, SAME HOUR aud place. Ai
SVLVESTElt B. BOARMAN. ) ^
WTLLIAM W. BOARMAN, ( Trusteea.
my23-dftda '
rjlIIE ENTIRE STOCK OF A LIVERY STAHI V to
OFFICE OF WASHINGTON DANENHOWEK
Ileal EbUte and Inaurance Broker,
1115 F st. n.w.
| Peremptory Sale of the valuable dwelling house
known as No 11 f?4 1 wenty-second street northwest
On FRIDAYithe 1 HIRTY-FlluST OF M AY 1SSO
SjX P.M., I wul sell ni lront of the premises.' to the
I lushest bidder, the above-named house and lot
House contains nine rooms and all modern Improve
ments; built only three years ago. Lot Is 17.<Jx74 to
of1*TleU ?' **le CM>' *Ud WlU ^ msde kuo*'n 4t time
llirciiaser must comply with terms of sale within
ten dnys from day of Bale, or property will be resold at
risk and cost of defaulting purcliater "
A deiMsit of $100 will be r?,uired at time of sale.
Conveyancing aud recording at coat of purchaser
W ASHINGTON DANeNhovITk;
THOS. DOWLING, Auctioneer, ^"^my^iu
8TaW &
rjEORGB W. 8T1CKNEY. Aucth^^
?30F street n.w.
Sl nr El NORTHWEST, BETWEEN LAVIIM
STREETS, IN WASHINGTON. D. C., AT Al"
WAY THIB
. SIX O CLOCK, ve will sell In fmnt
v? ^f/remU^s, theuorth 213 fee W inche?Knt oflot
Jji ?*? *Je' thereof (also known aa lots A
vi, Sl f Clarke s recorded subdivision), and all of lot
,n square No. 11?, situate on the west side of
ltttb street northwest, between L and M stnwita- in
TlUewod.v"*tliu*Xua- D0 WUUrtfiSLmtSliiS
OHe-Uiird cm^i and residue In one or two
C luterMt, payable semi-annually, to
ga?itesr?i ?jf.rsEsaSS
Uc notioeln **C venirnf st*r" Dewvprnnr^ ^ pub
my234Ui WM. L bkamttai.t J Tln,,,,t
aBTSB
WM. L.
T^|7aib5L,A|toru*,*-*ad
BRAMH>)Tni,lMt
-rtV
chance: and after I had taken four bottle I waa
almost cured; and when I h*<l used six bottles of
Ccticcra Resolvent and Ccticcra aud ccticcra
Soap, I was cutvd of the dreadful disease from
which I had suffered for Ove years. 1 thought the
disease would leave a very deep scar, but the
CmccRA Remedies cured it without any scara. I
cannot express with a pen what 1 suffered before
using the ccticcra Kekeiues. They saved my
life, and I feel it my duty to recommend them.
Sly hair is restored as go<*i as ever, and so is my
eyesight. I know of a number of different persons
who have used the CmccRA Remedies, and all
have received great benefit from their use.
Mrs. ROSA KELLY,
Rockwell City, Calhoun County, Iowa.
Most Wonderful Cures
I have had a most wonderful cure of salt
rheum. For five years I have suffered with this
disease. I had it on my face, arms and hands. I
was unable to do anything whatever with my
hands for over two years. I tried hundreds of
remedies, and not one had the least effect. The
doctor said my case was incurable. I saw your
advertisement, and concluded to try the CCTICCRA
Remedies, and, incredible as it may seem, after
using one box of CCTICCRA, and two cakes of t'CTl
crRA Soap and two bottles of Ccticcra Resolvent,
I And 1 am entirely cured. Those who think this
letter exaggerated may come and see me, and
find out for themselves.
GRACE P. HARKHAM,
North St. Charles street, Belle River, Out.
Remedies
cura Resolvent, the new blood purifier, cleanse#
the blood of impurities and poisonous elements,
and thus removes the CACSE. Hence the CCTICCRA
Remedies cure every species of torturiug, humil
1 iating, itching, burning, scaly, and pimply diseases
of the skin, scalp, and blood, with iot*s of hair, and
all humors, blotches, eruptions, sores, scales, and
crusts, whether simple, scrofulous or contagious.
Sold everywhere. Price, CCTICCRA, 50c.; Soap,
25c.; Resolvent, $L Prepared by the Potter
Drcq And Cuexical Corporation, Boston.
Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseast-." 04
pages, 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
DADT'O Skin and scalp preserved and beautified
DADl U by Cuticcha Soap. Absolutely pure.
AUCTION SALES.
I'tri ut: oavs.
fJIHOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
SALE BY AUCTION OF TWENTY-NINE VALUABLE
BUILDING Lt)TS ON MERIDIAN HILL. M AR
boundary and the head of SEVEN
TEENTH AND EIGHTEENTH STREETS. NEAR
THE RESIDENCE OF SENATOR J. B. HENDER
jn.
On MONDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE TENTH. 1SK0.
at FOUR O'CLOCK, ou the premises, I snail sell
tweuty-uine Building Lots in William and George W.
Linkiiis' subdivisiou ol lots 10 to 1!), in block 4, situ
ated as above, ai.d having a front of 20 feet by ail
average depth of alxmt 120 feet to an alley, fronting
ou Cliauiplaiu and Ontario avenues. Tin- is an opi*>r
tunity rarely offered to the public to secure valuable
sites in one of the best suburban properties aroiuid
Washington, l'lats of this property can be had at my
office.
Terms: Oue-tliird cash: the residue in one, two. and
three years, with notes lieainig interest at tt per cent
per annum and secured by a deed of trust on the
property sold. All conveyancing and recording at the
purchaser's coat. #50 dejHjsit w ill be required ou each
lot at the time of sale.
my.'S-dfaia THOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
CtHANOF.RY SALE OF 35.J22 .20 SQUARE FEET
> OF GROUND, FRONTING ON NOKTH D.25TH
I AND WAl EK STREETS. IN SQUARE 22
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the
District of Columbia, passed April N. lST'-sand of
1 certain further opler.s and decrees. in equity iMit-e No.
ti,t>04, docket lb, Anderson et ui. vs. ISoyle et ai., we,
tile undersigned trustees, will sell at public auction,
in front of the premises, on WEDNESDAY, JUNE
FIFTH, lS.s,il. AT FIVE O'CLOCK r M , allot orig
inal lots one (1) and six (0) in square twenty-two (22.1
Both are corner lots. Lot six (tt) fronts i?2 feet on
north D street and l.'JS. 10 feet on north 25th afreet,
and contains 12,772.10 square feet. IXjl ,me (lifronts
217.2 teet ou north 25th street and 1SU. 4 feet on
"Water street, and contains 2;i, 150.10 square feet. aud
is improved by a lsige two-story brick house coutain
i ing eighteen or twenty rooms. I his property is espe
cially valuable by reason of the river trout improve
ments, and is eligible ior any purpose.
The lots will first be offered fcr sale together, and if
| a satisfactory bid is not obtained they will then be
| offered separately.
Terms ot salt : One-third purchase money in cash;
! balance in two equal instalmt tits at one and two years,
I with interest a: seven i7 1 ler cent., to be evidenced by
the purchuiK r a notes and secured!') first mortgage
I on the pro|?*rty sold. Offers at private sale will lie re
; ceivcd until tne day ol sale, l'lats aud abstracts of
| title will be exhibited at the sale. A deposit of $ 1.000
will be required of the pun baser at the time of sale.
1 Terms of sale must be complied with within trudO)
1 days after June 5. 1SS0, or the trustees w ill resell at
the risk aud cost of the defaulting purchaser upon
the terms si?ecitied in said decrees.
Incident to these lots are valuable riparian riirhts
claimed by the parties iu interest, which are now be
fore the Supreme Court ot the District of Columbia,
and to which the purchaser will succeed.
TIP MAS M. FIELDS.Trustee
Fendall Buildiiur. cor. 4)4 and D sts. u.w.
BEKNARD klLMAlt 1 IN, Trustee,
my23-dfcils S10 N. H. ave. n.w.
rjHOMAS DOWLINO, Auctioneer.
SAI.E AT PUBLIC AUCTION OF BEI.LEVUE, CON
TA1NINO ABOUT !?0 ACRES, ADJOINING 1 HE
COUNTKY RESIDENCE OF ) X -I < I.ETAKY
WHITNEY AND OTHERS, CONSIDERED ONE
Ol 1HE FINEST si HIRBA.N PROPERTIES
AROUND W ASHINGTON.
On THURSDAY, JUNE SIXTH. 18K9. at FIVE
O'CLOCK, oil ti e premises. I Khali sell Belli vue, coti
tainmg about IKI acres, with large frame dwelling and
i necessaryoutbuildings. Ac., situated ou Loughborouirh
I roail. 2 miles from Georgttowu and 1 mi:e from 'leu
leytowu, corner.' with Grassland, the country seat of
el-Sec re tar > Whitney. The water is considered the
finest in the county, there beil.'k a uunilier of never
! tailing springs. Tlu-? property is bounded on the east
! by Loughborough road, o.i the south i>y John K. Dale.
; on the west by the New York syndicate and Mrs. Har
rington, on the north by Oodfrej Goble. Massschu
! setts avenue extended passe* directly through it.
Terms ot sale: Oue-tlurd cash, lialaucc in one. two,
! three, four and live years, with notes beariui interest
at 5 )>erceiit i>er milium, payable seiui-anuuallv. aud
secured b> a deed ot trust oil the property sold All
couveyaucing aud recording at the cost ol purchaser.
$1,01)0 <le|K sit will be required trom tho purchaser at
the time of sale.
I my'25-dkds THOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer.
rjtHOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF DESIRABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE ON HIE EAST SIDE OF SIXTH
Bi TWEEN G AND H STREETS NOR'l HWEHT,
AND ON '1 HE SOUTH SIDE OF DEFliEE
STKF.ET, BETWEEN NORTH CAPITOL AND
FIRST STREETS NuUTHWEsT.
Under the authority of a deed of trust to the under
signed bearing date Ai>ril lit. lSKlt, and recorded in
the ofllt e of the recorder of deeds for the District of
Columbia, on the 27th day of .May, ISS'.t, 1 will offer
for sale at public auction iu front of the restrictive
premises, the following real estate situate ill the city
of Washington iu the District aforea-ud, ou the days
and hours mentioned.
On FRIDAY. THE SEVENTH DAY OF JUNE
18S!t, AT SIX O'CLOCK P. M . lot 50 in Shepherd s
subdivision of square 623 with the improvements
thereon consisting of a three-story brick dwelling No.
7t! ou said Defrees street.
ON THE FOLLOWING DAY'at the same hour the
lot 17in square 4S(i, with the improvements tuere <u
consisting of a three-story lvalue dwelling No. 7^7 .u
said Sixth street
Terms of sale: One-third cash on the day of sale, or
within ten day* thereafter, the residue in two equal
installments, payable in 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, and to be secured by deeds ot trusts on the prop
erty and policies of insurnuce on the buidiin-s to the
satisfaction of the undersigned, or all cash if desired:
two hundred dollars deposit on acceptance of each bid
and all conveyancing and recording at purchaser'!
cost. Terms of aale to be complied with withiu ten
(101 days from the respective daya of sale. On lailure
to 'lo ?o I reserve the right to re-avlvertise the proi erty
and re sell the same at the coat of defaulting pur
chaser.
ROBERT S. WEP.DEN, Trustee.
622 I street northwest.
THOMAS DOWLING,
jny27-lbd? Auctioneer.
rpiIOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
TBC8TEES' SALE OF THE ENTIRE FURNITURE
AND EFFECTS OF THE HOTEL WINDSOR.
AT THE CORNER OF NEW YORK AVENUE
AND FIFTEENTH STREETS NORTHWEST.
Embracing Fine Parlor Furniture In aultea and
separate pieces. Easy and Fancy Chairs, Window Drap
ery, Handsome Oak Chamber Suites, Cherry Chamber
Suites, Fine Hair Mattresses, Feather Pillows and
Bolsters, Luge Quantity of Bedding, Moquet sad
Brussels Carpets, Extension and Squars Dining Ta
bles, Large Number of Leather Covered Dining Chairs,
Buffets, Butlers' Trays, Large Quantity of Silver Plated
Ware, China and Glassware, Kltchsn Requiaitea, Ac
By virtue at a deed of trust bearing date the lBth
day of September, 1888. and duly recorded in liber
No. 1340. folio 324, of the land records of the District
of Columbia, the undersigned trastass will sell at
public auction on MONDAY, JUNE THIRD, 1888,
commencing at TEN O'CLOck A. M.. the entire
tents of ths ?t>ove-mentioned Hotel described in sched
ule A. attached to said trust. This Hotel is furnished
AUCTION 8ALES.
FTTTBB DAVm>
rpBOMAS DOWUXO, A actionem
PAIB LAKOE BLACK CVRBIAOI HORSES AT
On 8ATTBPAT. JCWnSt 1HHP. AT TWELVE
mi.'vm> aataMoaBK, I will Mil ? pair
Black Carnatre Horx*. 19 hands hiirh. kin land
,rvi"m *?'*r T
my.it>--..n IHoM As Do* UNO. Auctioneer
J7KAME BOl'NE No. 4 4 M STKEET X. W.
FRAME HorSE J01 o I< M'RTH ST. X. W . uJ thr??
lillK'ks 011 rear
FTVT oh5?-i'JM *.7" h l "? AT HALT EAST
VI HT il<!t r?,^iT ? *?f tlie in Hilar*,
PAKT Lol EIGHT. Syl ABE FIVE HI NHHtl'
AND HK\ LM KEK
fpnntinir FIFTEEN FELT uu H by a de;<th of Kbont
?n?Tn" b* ?atory H
tu^h ^IhauS* * - **
LOT TW ENTY-EIOHT. SQFABE FIVE HINDRFD
. AND F11 TEES.
fi?tlB*SOMo?lWKTU>.l by. de, th of 114
IMt. .lid improved b> frame 4*ellin*. 10104th street
ami oil the rear by three ?iuall bn. k bouse*.
terms: Oiie-thml cwli. l.alau.'e iu one and two
year. Uoteato be*r ? 1-r c?lt interest. |wv?ble ?rnii
.unlull) iroui il.) of sale. and to l>r m um) l>> dead of
trust on Premise* or all cash. .1 oMkn ,4 pur. linn
A deposit ot tloOnsjuired on cfcb i.je,,. M ,uur llf
?ale Convey alMinc. Sc.. .t piirrb??sr'e coat. Terms to
be compliedm-.th in iifteeo da.\?. otherwise rnrht re
served to resell .t n?k anl coat ..f d< faultius- pur
chaser after trr days' notice of audi resale iu a..in.
new h| iht miblialied hi tt .ohliuton, I), C
tnylHMAda IH'SCOis >N IlKoS.. Auctioneer
Imju LlNii, Auctioneer.
VERT VALUABLE IMPROVED PRorF.RTY ON THE
HOITH WEST CORNER OF X AM THIHIV
?HSTsTUtETN?.L.?BUET??WX\AT AI VlToV
On MONDAY, Jl NE THIRD, 1 M*!l. AT FIVE
O Cl> X'K 1". M.. 1 wtll sell on the premise* |>art of lot
4. Miliar.' .{X. lieoriretowu. D. t\. froiititur 45 feet on
the uortti aille of N str.*t by a depth of 7(1 feet ou Hist
at reel, improved by . lunre and coiufortalile double
brick d Weill hit witb modem improvement*.
Term* One-third c?ali. lalam e m one.two, and three
year*, with mtereat, and w urd by deed of truaton
?lie property. or all call, at the option ot the pur
chaaer. Convcyanciiur and re< ordiui-' at co?t .if pur
chaser. A dep.wilt of tUHl required at time of sale
111)'_'H-d*da THOM AS DOW LI Mi. Am tioneer.
r?Mt( STEES" SAU OF I NFIMMIED T?ik
A STOii\ BRICK BWELLINO AMI 8T0RE
XOK1HWEM COUXEK OF K AND FIFTH
MRI.ETH KORTHEAHT.
By virtue of . decree uf the Supreme Court of the
District of Colun bia, ptu>M-d in equity cau?e. Xo.
1 lti'J4, the underM^iied tru?teea w.ll a. 11 .1 publie
.u<Hon in front ot the 1 remiaea on Tl I.SPAV tin'
FOURTH DAV OF JI NK A. l> lHXil, ?t FI\ E
OCtOCK P. M , Ul that parcel of real estate in the
city of MaNtuiiiru>iiHiu the Diitnctof (>ikmbb,<lf? ir
natt d !!?? part of the oriirinal l.?t one (1). 111 aqnare ei*rfit
hundreil and hi (bUtit, dew rilml aa |..llo?? lieirtn
11111c for the Maine at the aoutheaat cinier of aai.l lot.
at the northw. at curlier >.f north K atr?et and Eifth
t.itlii atri'et e*?t. and nini.'.nir Uicuce weat al i.tr the
aouth line of aaid lot twenty t'JOl le.'t. tlietu e no tli
aeventy-two <TU'? feet to ti.e -otith line of an alley
nine Il?) f.'et (1 li Inehea wide, to In- laid ah'lur the
resr of the | remtat a herein convey.xl. thetm eaet
alotiir aai l H.>iith line of aaid alley twenty t-(li feet to
the ea?t line ot said lot, and tin m e alo'.ur the aaid eaat
line of said lot aeventy-two t7VI> leet to the place of
beyinniUK.
1 enua of aale rreacribed by the decree are: One-third
caah. ttaiance iu one and two yearv. *ith interest at six
i?i> perctnt, 10 notes w. urc.1 by .1. ed.,i tru.it on prem
ises aold, or all caah, at option of pun-liver or pur
cliaaern. A de|?>?it ot * 1 (to will l? required at time of
aale ConTeyciii m?r at???t ot pun haaer or ptin haa?Ta
On ten 11 Oi days d. fault iu eon.plial.ee with tennaof
aale the nylit la reserved to rvaell at purchaeera' coat
and risk ou live days' n itii e.
SEAL T. MURRAY.
J. HOLDSWOUTH GoKIk'^!*
330 4S at..
1 ruHtis-a,
DI'XCAXSOX BROS.. Auctioneers. myVJ-d&da
ALTElt B. WILLIAMS k CO., Auctioneers.
EXTENSIVE SALE OF household FURNITURE.
CAl.I'ETs, liEl'DlNO. glassware. KITCHI X
UTENMLS, *c.. IitlXO THE ENTIRE COX
TENTS OF THE WELL-KNOWN HARRIS
HOUSE. Nor. l.T-ft'. 1331. AMI 13:13 1. STREET,
OPHWITE PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE NORTH
WEST. comprising ABOUT ONE HUNDRED
ROOMS.
We w,ll sell at public auction, on MONDAY, JUNE
THIRD, A. D. 1SS1I, ci.tnm. n< in?r at TEN O'CLOCK
A. M , and contiutm.ir from day to day until all i> sold,
the furniture. cai|>ets, lieddinir, irlaaaware, table linen,
Ac.,<>f the Harris H' us**,comt>riainir in part:
AHOUT ONE HUNDRED sf.lboF . IL. WALNUT,
OAK. A>H ANDOTHER CHAMl'EK Si ll VS.
VEiiV SUPERIOR HAlii AND SPRING MAT
TRESSES, PLI SH PARLOR 81 ITE8.
WALNUT DIMNG-UUOM CHAIRS AND TABLES,
SET t EES
WALNUT extension TABLES, SIDE TABLES,
COUCHES. ROCKERs.
WAENI T VV Al;I n:oBES.BEDSTEADS, BUREAUS.
AND WAsdSTANDS.
MIRRORS, EAS\ CHAIRS. WIRF-WOVEN MAT
TRESSES. ASM WAMDROPES. PAINTED FURNI
TURE, CURTAINS. AND oobnices.
AIKIIT aouu YARDS BRUSSELS AND MOQUET
CAKI'El s.
FIVE HUNDRED POUNDS OF BF.sT QUALITY
FEATHER PILLOWS AND BoLsTERsT Rl lis.
TOILET WARE, AND ToILET SETS. HALL Ca?
PETS A N'D Ol L CLO iH.
I.VRliE yi tNim OF BLANKETS, SHEETS,
SPRL.VD8, CoMFoRl'S, PILLOW AND Bt iI-Sl ER
CASES, TABLE LINEN. TOWELS
THREE 111 NDRED WIHJ COTS, THREE HUN
DRED I1LANKE1S. M M 1 RESSES. AND PILUIWS
PI A 1'ED W \RE. AXU CUTLERV OF ALL KlN'Iis
CHINA, OLASSWABE. CROCKERY, KITCHEN
I. '1 ENslLS. Ac.
Th" reputation of the above loutr-estaMiahed hotel ia
racb ita makea it onueeeniary to call the attention of
the public to the advantages of attending the sale.
Every article is of the beat matinlarture and well
preserved, the Hair Haltreuei numbering abuiit oue
hundred and Ihe Feather llllows are of the beat
quality-.
Tenuceask; R?le tsisjtive.
inyV."?-St WALTER B. WILLIAMS k CO.. Aucta.
TKI'STEK^ SALE OF VAM'AbLK IMPhOVED
FKOPEKTV, NOS. l\\*7. l'LNN
h i i.VAMA AVENUE SOI THE AS J.
By \.rtucof n dft-ree of the Sui rt*meCourt ??f the
District <?t Culuut!<iu, inade iud entered in i-uuity
causr iiULibt'r l Ki'JXJ. Lucy F. M< Kcuna. (TiianUuii,
Vs. Martha M. AlcKt'Ui:a et al., the uiiuerMkiifd, ah
truKtet-, will oCer Xornalf ;n trout of tbe rreimse*. ou
Tlil'IisDAV. Till SIXTH DAV OF Jl NE, A 1)
Is Mil. at FIVE OU LOCK P. il., all or* |?*rt of the
lollopiUfrr-<'^oribed n ; 11.state:
Lot No. 1 si of tlii* tsuuUvision of oriirinal Lot 1 and
part of urik'inal Lot in square iiuiuber 7i?0, in the
city of an.l Distri t of Ct lumhia, routam
iiiK n?ore thau a.iUU ^uar* feet. I hi* Ia* ua* a if.ut
on Pennsylvania av.-i.iu- of 4.i 7U-100 loet uud a
?vereipe depth of about lit? U<>t toC street, on which
atnet it ai?*?? haKatrontol 47 tMMiK) f?ft.
Tenuiol waie: Oue-third ctsh and the residue in
one aLd two years in ??qual install:n<-uta. evidenced l?v
thv? |>roU9iKi?i?ry uotea oi th- furchaser. beannir dale
us ot the day of aale. with inter. *t at hix |^r ? ent |?er
auiium, ai<d secured by tv*er\e n? u or d**ed of tniat on
th? property in the diw ivtion ot the* trustee, or, if the
lMirehaaer should po desire, the entire i-avuientu av
be made in caah. A depoait ol w ill b.' required
oil the day of M?le. and ail convej aucin>r and reetirdii:*?
will at the l urrhasera' cost. fuii;:rv of piir
cfaoserto comply uith haid tenon within <>ue w?-ek
irom day ot MiJe th* trustee re?^ r\^i? th. rurAt to it*
?>eli the i-roiH rty at risk and ? o.?t of defaulting' pur
chaser. LLAVAKD s. McCALMOA'i. trustee*
DI N AXSOV Au.t,:;Le.?''^nr).U'.,d.
MONEY TO LOAN. "
\ I ON EV I u LOAN IN SIMS itisi IT. AT5 AKB
j."X 0 per .*ent, on r* al estate s,-. .irit\.
FBANK T. iiAWLlNu.N lo.i.i I'a. ave.
my~24-3iu O il. Arlington File lua. Co.'a oUice.)
\? ONE^ TO LOAN
ill. IN .si JIS FBOM $.".00 CPW AKD.
AT 1UE LOWEST BATE Ot IN lEitEST
ON
BEAL i-fc'lAXli 1> THIS DISTRICT
B .< MoLlZMAK,
mris Cori.er 1 .-Ui a:.d y sta, 11.W.
MOKEVTOU AN o\ KEAL1? .A1EA1 .\\ i st
rateaoi intervat: alao . 11 oilier api iv,\ed aecuntS".
illOS. O. ULNSi-? & CO., Hankers.
InyTl-.llu i; Mjotauu.w.
\| ONEV TO LOAN
sTJL Ai 5 AND ?f PEli (TXT.
ON KI'.AE EST ATE si.. I I I TV.
B1E1. fc JuKNMOS,
myl 1 -1 ni ^ 1 ..oil i'enii av enue n. v.
r?u? loan ax six 11.1; i i.x i
X *:.o.ooo
?_",?< >0.
v,5oo.
?Zooo.
Also, as Airenta of the luited Security Insurance
Co.. of Phiiad. li'hia. in auina to auiu ou fuatalluient
plan, with or wituoui life inaiiraii. e 1'ayiuenta torua
o, in, 1."), or 'JO jcars F. M. sMl XB * SON.
n.yli-liu lys/f ^
Money to Loa.\-*5o,ooo toiaiax on <>i>d
Leal Eatate aecuriti, atper cent.
HEhfcoN t KAMI*.
?y4-lm iao7tat'-w.
HOMEV lo loan AJ FIVE FEB OEStfOM AP
*"1 piovt-d 1.1*1 Estate ats nrity. Lartre ?aouuta a
ape. laity. i\LkJi & Bt*TBl.kfOiIl>,
myJ-1 ui* 1 :uyl at. n.w.
KEAL ESTATE IKVENTMOt
SAJ' E AS I!. S. BON DA
BIX PEL CENT, PAYABLE u( ABT1BLX,
IN SI ilS *11M> 10 Al.OOO
SMALL PliEjdltJd CiLvLUEL
$15,000?TO LOAN
1U.000
U.OOU OK REAL E8TJTE.
il.OOO
?".00 [apl S] Til OS. E. MOOAHAK.
Mosey to loan _ .
on Api roved Ileal Estate Securttin District of
Columbia, in Ul) auui? ues-ired, at lo*?t ratea of in
terest. 111 OS. i. ll.llK 4t CO.,
apl I at. n.w. __
ONEY TO LOAN ? ON' APPDVED BEAL
estate, in .Ulua Uj auit, at lo*e?t *?i'l ltitereat.
Otu W.JMiJNli,
mb""-3m . 1 nth id M ?u. n,w.
OK1Y-IA>VK S ON BEAL LhlXE IAJC'AL OB
oilier irooa Sc unliea. Ariuy alijsavy Accounta,
i oniniereiai lnjier. kt., ?c. No aiay. .*. u.
DEiiPSEY, 1424 New York av. mlilij-lkii
ONEY TO LOAN ON BEAL ESATE IN SLY13
to auit at loweal raiea
ULDFOBD WWALKEB,
mb23-3m lOOii t ?t.
Endowment, life and toi^ine policies
4 bought at bitrbi-at caah pneea. Aiana ueiroUat.-d
ui>oii wuue at ivtuoUablti leruis. W'pl)' to M. H.
ACMEsoN. ino'i F st. U.W. uihlU-dm*
Money-to loan onkealmateob fikst
claaa security, at lomeatrateaofUirMit; uudelay
M here tlie security is (rood.
11U O. C. Ol.LEN/03 7th at. B.W.
Money to loan
In sums Ui suit, at loweat ra. on approved real
tatate security. >1TCB. )X A BBOW N.
o-'O HDiHuarivuitHa
OXCX TO LOAM ON HEAL STATE at LOW'
est iJdea.
WASB'N D A Nf HO WEB,
ap24 Bncctaanr to DANeNLOWEA WON.lllS r?t
ATTORNEY.
T>mLLIP8, LAMAB A EACSI,
Attorney a at Law,
Sun Buildup. F a my 11
(1AMFBELL CABBINOTO' ATTOUfEY-AT
. 1 a*. Webater Law BmkUa?06 D at. I.W. Waah
uartou. D. C Icaiatice. 12 Is ac a. w iLCJ
PR1NTELS.
^l-een^allac^ a
1106-1110 E Bt. B.#oatbM?a.
'wmsw^vsz mmr
FINE WOBK A
gCIALTE
proposals.
PK011WM.S FOB I K1 - H BKEF mTTl?W *v#
??! tUe >?*-ret?r% tu IrHwnrff
of tht? t'uitfd M*!k. v 1 i(m' H .(f, Aachimrtah, l>
C.. May IKHi* ><ai?d ?ut**-t u. tiae
u*ual eondit n*ti* vut u rwt-ived at tl.i* office until
*\ JiM s. \ I li.
winch tunetuii |.)?i<4 tb*?> mill br <MM*4 ?
the pn? uceet b.adensf. .rfurni l^rvr iti4drM?Miiif 4
tn?' kit? i>ru. b aud ar-tt hovan ??f tiae
N 1'liW Hotaie. hwh Ihh-I. Mutt i. and ? ohimI
an required bv the *e.retar\ aitd trr*?.<.rrr of the Ho?t
for tlie wtronAiUdKiBf July |, and fiidiiff
Jniif I Jo. 1N00 Infonoatioii a* to tlit liiaimrr ?t t?i4
din*, ??owlitkm* t?> be vbaantd by oidd- r*. leriw 4
rcatnK't ukl|?riitfiit will be fuhn*bed on ?? r*o?inl
?l?;?Ii' *ti?'U to tan*offW The MiciyMul bidd? r * *11
berfijuiiTd u* Into ? *rttt?n contmi with tlaff
Mrretary and UM aaurer of tbe Home. with v\*?d and ai?
l?r-vedaceiirity. in lite ?uiu of two Uh .v.iU<1 .. -lUm
4f_\000? within ti da> * afW b*ta? ? tift.-d.f tt?
aci'eptaiH'e t1 hi> tfpfwh, A co|?y *>i Una ?d\?rti?e
nitnt iuunt he uT'?* 'ifii to ? *? h i-n | < s?l. ? m* h ?i4
iruHt U' iNvotar<nM tar a ?t*rtiii?*<l ehe< k t?< tlx onlif
of tin- undff>i? tied in the ?U!ii o! $5imi. b. * miarantaft
that the t?S i? nadein p\odfa.th l"t? tx'UtrMl *ill
I be awarded to *h av-rare lovirt bidder <vin|?l> .uf
I with t ie above condition*. J lie |>roi*trtiob ??1 i re-m
1 B<rl, Mutton ltd Ct?m?4 Be*! u*ed by the Hotue lai
the ten month* rtxliiur A|?nl 1 SKJ*. w?ll W tHken as
a hail* for ealnilafinw tin* awari %>? th? . w t-*t iu .it*.
The undernamed reaervea tbe riarlit to reject anv aia4
all jnx?|?*.?uU? V i vel?'|e* tvntMHiiir iTvt?*?aal- ?).? il4
le ndorwHl lYvhwiiH tor 1 nalt lit -1 Mutt??n ?'i4
(Vrned Beef. at tin* I liitcd State* S'IJh i* Home. l>ia?
Uict u( Columbia." ami kiUn>M ?\ t4?the Ulader?w i
li. F. KITIENHoCsE, Vt r.-tarv. and 1 n ??un*,
I'nited State** Noktiera* Hot: ?. I>. 1. ui> i lit
|>kV?I\?>ai^~ >oK CONSTHICTINO S? HoOlr
i b' um' Oftkce the Ohiiii.i?I":i r*. pistnct 4
t'oluialna. V%a*hiiik'u?u. >ia\ ,V?, 1>W? Mealed pro
t^wiU ?illte ree?ived at tni* * until T^K^I
Oi'LJK'k M mi MONl>AV. JiM 1 HI Ul?, tor
(vii*tru< tnitra two-atonr, eivht-iMOUi arbool Ik?uw >b
L ?trw?L between tith and 7 th atr*H-t* aouthm??t Hlank
fortiif* 4?a|in>|m?iaia and RpfvUcatkiUs toiretlaer wttn ail
ne?vtMi;ir> inionuation ? ai bi uktalMd. uj?un a. , U a
tion then'for, at tlif< rti.t' of the mafe* t?>r of huil?l:i>?tB
of tbe Uistm t of t nlumtna, and ??nl> tiida u|h?h tlm?l
forma mili Or c*?n?id?-red l'he rurlit ia nwi wed t?? ra
Kt au) and all li>a? J *. IkH (il.tKh. L. U. HI Nit
CHAM. W. KAVMOMK Couuuii?Kum, 1>. C.
in> 'T-6t |
BIDH WILLI*! hl?'fc4VKl? I'MIL MAY rHIKTf
OXE. ISM*, tor cotmtru* tiun n ?l?>ui4e tra- k vniY
way In Uinwtowii i|<on hl#rb street, froui tin* l'??ue>
iua? Kiver to the Cor)*?ratiou ljndta. ^i?e? ?h? at? ut
lunilKlitnl U|? n ap|?lieatloli to tlie t*e^? *eti??l. ?u4
Tt-ualij town Hallway to , at the ottkw of Btall, Ht\a?
A t o., nt'il F?i. 11.e Coin i>an> nx r\?*? tbe rurht M
reJei-t any or all bul*.
By ordef ol the Uoanl of I>ir**rtor*
iny'J.*? .*>t JoHN E. H?ALLi>nMiiy.
\\* ASUINGION. I>< Mk\ \h M UID
i rx?iH*iuila w ill be ret ci\t il at tl ? ofli?t><>t th* < '? ?n*?
miti*iouei> ot the DiHtrut o! t'olun lua until ! \s I IA K
UVLOCK M. OK HAH l;DA\. JtNl III 11 I \ I II.
1HHU. tor turniahin^r the v^riouw i-ifiieln *-of tb? l>i*
trict Oovertuaaeiit wTth in nerml nui j-in-* tor tin- ti- al
\ear endinar June :?i, 1 suti.o.tiii-niUi.r tatH?nerjr,
Blank I onus mul lT<ntin?r. s<*1k>o4 Hn aa, Furi.m.i-n,
Hani ware. Tinware, Plumber*' MatenaL t.r.N >.?,
Boot** and hht^, Dni^ra, l^ali.tK and N a: n nln %
LuniN'r. ForaK> . Me;it??. fastjna-^. Fuel. 1 >i> ?.
lee, and Telephone ^ui'i ilea. Blank 1 nn?..| |T>jv
naU. toarether with all lntorinaln>11. rail U tibialtn d
lilHiii a|>|>lieatiou et lioom IM, Diatrirt Bm!dii.?r I -t
at. o.w., betwcvu B and C at* The mrbt U t^acr\e?it?
reje?-t any and all bnif* or pnrta ot buii* J. u 1 m >i ?*.
LASJsLti. 111N L, iH . LAlMoNii,
Coinini-Mt i.? r%
i P. C. my'.THlt
P~MOPOKAL8 nm err okamtl omct or
Building tor l ibrary of t? nare?. 14.% I a?t <'a|?i
tol at ret t. Mah! .
l>ro|<oaalM for fui nn?li.n*f and deli\erimr ull ot the eut
KraniU required lor th?- xtont w ..lis ?u? i>? liuythe doiit#
ot the ri^tiuda ??f the Ihnldiu^: lor tii* lJbran ?>f <\?u
ffnwa iu tlua city, will l*' reo? iv?-d at th*** it ? ir.til
1 \No O'CLOCK 1* M.,on Ski 4 KDAV.the I Ml M V
N1KTH I? \ ^ i 'i it X -
diatelv thereafter iu \ rean*n?a? \?t ladder* 1 t.e irrauiia
iiinot li" ..t htfht bluuh array eolor and fim arn>in
Speeitieationa, jreiieral inatrm tiona and ?-oii't tn?
blank fomiaof |troi ??*ul iuu> U- obtain?-?l on ai?i?li
cation at thiaoffice. BLHNAKIj E.UIU KX, Wuperil*
tendent an<l tn#rmeer.
ili > v:? V ;. . .u.: U.Jc 1.4.1 i,w. 11.13.1 f?.W,'T 1 :>t
LADIES' GOODS.
li
KMOVAL.
BEMOVAL.
MESSKS MKV.TZ fc CUMr ASY.
TA1LUBS.
BEO TO AiiKOlNCE tbe)' vill reuwratu tlit-ir ei*
Ifklit quarters,
614 11TH blUEET,
bguire bUow tLeit prt wtit addruis, auioe Uiuc lc Julf
tut
?pl0-3m
LFHEl> SEC>fA>rAiniST AM? ">KMUNEhI*
Ea.ll! 1.1.(1 lud.ut.r U.t?llM.
at 11,4 Cuuunti.utMa.
Will o*ll at r.-Mvl< lii-wi. )u> '' lm
J Al'AM.^E UKA'l'E KAN. .vnol.l.N l -< .;
faun. Sc. ainl 10c.. iiialcri:ti? for making 1 >J*I 'T
ftowera, xcr?i> i-irtcrrs. atuoira fur |>aii.tiii^ ?mld
|*ii;I. lOi. loja. vaiiM-a, Uiitmm. Hun. uotr
andeiiveiu|<ea J J A1 ut>l 1J>, 4 .'1 tUiat. u.) -1 liu
A LAllt.tUliHmi CAKIiVINUCNMO s>M \K
m*f in Srw >urk. Kuuid likt-lu*- t*?-<>ijaa't ?>1 Uaali*
I 11 triou n-illtw. UiuO' rat. t ill ? X ali.l tit. I'litti.i*
j Uii buluif a t)wuitk'. 7 C at. U.I-. i|
H.KlLlUh li Ail. I'l.lillANI M 1 V kF.Mi >\ EO
elei'trtc livvuie miUicui u.juri:ir >" "aiu or i?a?
lutc a mark Ml.fe int. t? Abi.li.i.
ai>4--ui* 1W1 b at. u w.
M.LLE Ma ?)? PKAXDI.
13-H 1 at. u ?., at Mra. Harrten'a.
11 M 1 HEKl'U U4U UUUD1
Aiao,
8EI.ECT ORNAMEM8 FOB TIE HAIR.
HAIR DRESSED. BANbfc Mii.Nol.EDl
aj<'J2ui* ?MjWmWft
1NBI M il DVI 1N<. si . 1 U1NU \N* l>ia CLEAS
INo IM AIU.l.-H Ml N i, 1 -JO."> Ne? V. j-t ava
lild-CiMlAdlta'aBd Urlita" ?.'lk U r\rri tl>ia'riu
tK.u. l lui.li. \tlvet al.d Evcuik lieaaea AVi'iJi
AN!) ( AKtiUM. El.kClI, luriucJiyaiU.
ki.?i Ma.pt \ rlta--. l'ai .s JaVl
Anion iisx ulijs i>i:v aiisiso i:?AMk
Elsliyi.N l AM' 1>V1 VNOKKH! tM. at. u w.
Eadi.-a' auci tieiiU' oariiiciita ol aiAiM.o .l? aiitx;a ij
1 } <u ?lUicUt U .iik ixxi i.ad.'V I li.ua" Dr- ?m
a ?|H' i?lty. TEli'tj-nve ycara' lOrrkUW. 1 r.
liitxltraU:. Gcxxii" .*aiie4 lot aw.i ti?-^ < r?xi. a 14
fjniE EEDOBA UKiW KHliiM M.l 1'ltol
i u.>UDctKl by Mew-pa. WUolitfikD I I^'THKoP
aa tlie la-at Ui tiit.r atia.lL '1L. j lave iiu?,iial tut
aalt- tv.i > wlirn jal:?-eo
Aix wooL uAitiii visTMAitc Vt on iuftui
u> ed a Kuud uwui Lin* black.
A. FIHCHEa
?14 lH<iU?t n.w.
PIANOS AM' ORGAN'S.
HAlXET A DAVIS If-RitiHl HAN"S < li IK'S
beiectioi!?. temptiur . Her." . liaIvallJ^. to ciot?e out
June 10. a*eiiO to becOa*.'d for the aunnut r
Uik^l H. AiNLK, Ml ML at. n.w.
k K X\ ? A KHK KKI
K K K Jf ? AA F B V.
KK K *N A A BBB FB
K K N IN AAA B B K
K. K N A.N A A BBB I?|
f I | | # I,
UIPEQCALED I* loM . TlHiTL WoHKMAN'SITTF
ANa> DL KABlLa i V.
Special atten*'^ y* "Purelaaa* .-*' m luvit^d to their
MN% w AitiaUi Sty lea," uni>i;**d iu deaivma of Hloli*
LSI DECUh-1 * t L AKT. I'lanoa tor reut.
SECOND-'AKD PIANOS. ? A laive assortment,
cottai-riaiu^-AlUioat every well-known make in the
<-ounir>, i? the r^uafli rei-air, will be < lo??*i .>ut at v? ry
Jew tifrur^- SPL< lAla JN?>1 t'tMI N'lS offered butu
in |?iioew^ad.iaa ter>iia,wl.aeU will U arrai:tre<i on LAaX
IIUM^ lAb'lALLlltM h W hen desired.
VSM K.N A UK A <X>.,
dG SIT Market S^aca
MEDICAL. &c.
Ladies who keqi ike the u u\ i< i> ..i am
H|* r,, uc**i iruir.ir pliyaii'iali ahi>ui<1 .imault Mra.
lir. ^ILkUK llllo i*ark Macr u.a? t.-t li ai..l t 11 lU
and 1 -tli ata. u.i*. i^ii?-a ciuj . R.-uied>
MJJE DE FOREST, LOMi-ESTABEISHED AMI
rvliabit; Eitdiea' l'b) ai. lau, can be .uLr'..iL<-d u.^jr
atberrmdeuce, 1HJ1 1 ,t. U ?. Olbcc b. ura troiu I
to Hp. ui witu EjuUua only ai 'JOJii.*
IT HA8 KEVEK BEEN < oNTKAM" M> i II \T
Dr. BitOlHl RS i? Ujt- '?l<]f.t-t'aljiUhlit.iwlw'rt>
lua* Latlit-a' l'byai.iau :u tbe city. Ea>u<a. }. u >u
i-otifiOeuUy ivlkui! Dt. Ui.olHERh. !?. -o if sat aw.
Eaili.-ular atteutiuu |*iii Uj all diaeaata utiai w
ladlta. li.arn?d tralliirk. lurt) yeaia tl,vn?la?.
rnylg-lm*
Keau and be W ISE- DB BROTH I Its. now B ST.
' ?. *., api ear. d beture u<e ai d uia.K i*tb tUat I.' ia
Um oldest t-stab.label Ea4?rt hj?.-<lai.at m 11..f . ity.
aud ?U1 KUarsiitee a curt m ail raaea of I i'l. at. diaeaaea
oi Uitii aud turuiab uiedu ine, or uo . barm . -Hi"1'
Uou aud advice tree at auy boiir ot Uie da), aula
a. riU-d al.d aWorii beturv uie by 111 BBOl liERU
KAMI EEC. MlEEt>, a Notary l^iWic. .1. aud lor Ua
District ot Oiituubta. tbia tiurd day ot July , Ihbfr.
niyltl-lui'
WIAMIOOD RESTORED BV USING A BoTTLB
JMortwool Vt. BBoTaEl.s' In> i?tiii^ CordiaL
nill cure any cane of iwrvoua debility aud ioaa u|
lier>e-ta..?er. It luii-urta viitur to Um wboie ay a tela,
Male or leutale. IHHi li at. a * lu> 14-1 ui*
DR. MOTT8 FRENCH POWDEIJ* ABE TH*
StaLUt.-d henu fur all blood <tiaeMca,caiia.u?c
l hrcat, Liaaai, or aHlli tri ilUea. untutr> diaeauwacund
a. lorty -e-vbt boura. I ra*, til i*r itut
Dr. DoDD'b NtRMNE No. X! |>ei-uiauei.tly curat
111 turn. Mvaaucaa, ioaaol Mtkiil>,uervi-uad< Uility, M.
tic. Ence. .1. hcijt aeai?d by uuui. loi aadeat
Jiai bXANDiloiiu s. cor. tttb aud *'!?.?.
PROFESSIONAL.
PBOE CLA>. WoNDEBTl LEV Uil l ED CLAIR,
voyant, Aatnilu?.-ur aud b]'intual Medium lion
w ith Mx-olid ai?rbt aid \ui. Every buldeu u.) atery r?
\eaied h?co>era iuat or atoleu l'ioj?nj iuaiakid
ucji trt-aaurea. Oivta lucay uuiiibera lauaer a|?ody
u.arnaaea Enuara ae|>arated tivi lber ui.aaauooea*
lb bi'.aiuraa. l.t i..c\< a all laaau.y truulilca and evil la
l.ueu.e& Cure* aa.au. aa. li diaaw-oii.leu by eOorta
cl otbera, Judtrt uot all alike, aa liar i ruliaaul oaii ooa
Moce tbe luoat akei'Ucai Miauaera Hou.. tberctua*
?ill aav< tin^ aud aiaappoiuuix-ut by imliiuir on tlaa
Uii) (reliUUieclallAujauf Ui u.ia cat), aa be auooawR
?bere all oilier* tail, ai.d advertiaea ouly ?li*t l?oal
Ot.. Mtui^*,jOc. L-iie-rt*uiiifc b) uaali uti rauiu^K jf
61. Name, lock ot bair. oaU ot barUa. Uuium U Mi
0|?1' buuuaia Iniu. 1 W b f.u.
myl-laai* 451 WUi aft.??._
MME BROOKE TELLS ALL THE EVENTS OF
1J> E Ail btaaiawaa. oUbueu Ual Ladiwaauraa
t IL1UU1 iMl ccatl. aack 4Ob L at. latvaui 4tb aiid ?tS
ata. a.w. mu4-iMwr
"GENTLEMEN'S GOODS.
H. I). Bark
IMPORTER AWD TAILOR.
hooor to lalorm mtWkt WSW ROOM
- arrived.
Hattb# hoac
UII FSHKSTETAHIA at*.
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ARCHITECTS.
P*A*<3* R. FATA. JR.. * CO..
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