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FOR REST-HOUSES.
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1* >'+(> it st u w, bay-window brick.Tr??.m 50
U I. ave. n.w.. brick, 7r . m. m i 25 00
feTil R. 1. ave. n.w., *u re and rtllw "1.00
Jell-ei,3t K G. CAMPBELL. 517 10th st U.w.
OH RENT?34 ASI> 3tt E ST N.W., SEW SIX
V >mand bath. bay-wiudow Br*ck<: all modern im
t: v?iseata. nicely p?pemt. only i22 .*0, .
> 11 -3f W. C. lil \ ALU F
IJ i M i HE] ! STORY BKK K IfOt SE;
1707 iVnnaylvania a>e. u.w.; Iumi?hed or untur
Bisbed lell?3t
ITOK KENT?THAT L \Tu7} AXI> O >Mi oh 1 \BLK
nsi^uce 114 Mil. a\e. n.e.; in lirat-claan condi
Uon. ^ith atable attached. p. ????*.? vioii July 1. *wr
tern.*. &r.. apply to ? H \RLLf? L\.N( AsTtR,
>ll-fo?'v* Attoryy-?t-L?w. 1313 1* *t.
P^)i: ill xi-T
r 191H F ?l .l'Jr. ?00 65 750Cook*w alley. 4r. *7
bl*l? t*1- J -r 50 1 Lara* ?f Ko?w,
E
H>r 40 c r -?t" n *12.50
tt.e.. t>r . 1M.30 1 Stab.* .3 stall*, nr Pa.
?7that n.a.,5rl2.50 a%e..l?et 21*-2 ?t* . .12
1 Be Mel1* Court. 4r lo.5?> 1 Ebvantly fur. liuofii
Bupenor at., M Uiii.0r.lU. on K. U-t. 21*22 -ti ..-JO
... GEO. W. LINKING
^Jtll-2w Cot. lWh an<l H *t*. n.w.
IXJtL Kl M BY THOS K WAGGAMAX. HE VL
Lai ATE B&OKEH. 1?17 1 ttT. N.W.
Horses.
1217 N n.w.. fur..! 5r.%2."?0 11 lf> lOth ??t n.w ,12r.$00
lM" In?. fur.. 15r. 125 II ft. n.w.,
IkKV^'Pit u w .iur. 13r.so o??i? 1 1th at n.w.,s*r, 35
l3;?i*L ct. xi. w.? lor.. .7."> tn>3 II ?t. u w.,j ;{?
2U311at. D.W., I4r ."?u 1731 1 s?tli at n. w.,i?r.. .30
Ml Y at.n.w.. lur r?() r.'Ol llth*t. u.w. ?rma.:tu
Corcoran at.. lUr.5u *1 . K ptuw., llr :tO
*81 s Pat. l w., n?r 54? J .'IS O at. it. u., 11 r. ..25
at n.w., )u 5i? L*?*? V?. av. a w , 8r 25
? 2* 13th at ii. a. llr. .~?0 21'.? 1 Oih at. ae.. 12r. IS
iJHCN .,'?<? tth ?t. u.'v., Or .IN
45'.? C at. U.W.,?tabi?, (J ;?.,"#?? 513 S ??t. u.w., 4>r . .IS 30
311^ o st n.w., I4r 3."> 4 14 21st at. n. w..0r.l4.30
1414 llth^t.ii.w.,1 lr..:u ,r,4 N ^t a.w . or 14
1207 lltLat. n.w..7r 3.'* 17351. at. n.w.. Or 12
OITICLS.
915 F at. n. w. C?1 _ 408 La av^? 1st floor,
tluor, front room. .#5U 2 back rooms 8
4t>8 Ijk ave., 2 ni:s.. 4(?1 7th at., n. w., ;kl
bA3t i.it nt 30 tl. r^ 8
4bS Iji ?v., 4rs.,4th Oimt? n b 'ul'ir, r%m 31 8
floor . 30 47!# I-*, ave., 2 Uwe
PtliA Pa. tve.r'm 1H^.?25 inent rma S
Vernon Kow, r'xn ll> .. 1H Lenui b'ldV? ruom 4. .<M.0
Ounton L'ldy, r. 26.12.50 4t>s La. a\e.? 3U llr.,
1 Imck louia 5
STOKES. &c.
Hall, 21 floor.l2tb 41 ^ Store and dw'mr 201 K
ataja.u 450 st n.w , Urn ...,|35
fit.-re and U^'n/ Sll> Stal !e rt'ar 1410 K at.
Whit.n w .7r ..50 r w 15
Store aud l>w'iii^ 40 It Cellar 1543 .U at.
at. n.w.. Or 50 n.w 5
Th? ab*?\e i#? only a i ortion of the r^'P^rtr on ?ny
lor lull h?t vail nt otti? ? f^r bulletin leaned on
the 1 at and 15th. UellJ THOS. E. W AGO AM AX.
I
f >n?lt family > t adnlU, a furoiabeil h .11-0 ol IS
rocn.s mar the CawWil: *?j?-.1 servant 111 liuuau it
Bfnted; rciit UVU.UUU. AUuri s-i
It* HOCSF, Star rifllc*.
I'OK KENT? Ti:s:t:t \ Kt.. tir .. .".1?
l'Jiin ,\. llr .fnr.8100 I llf? '.'lst -t . Si
ltKSii 1 4tb St., 13r. ?;il 140;l :il-t?t . H>r .40
Ji-10-l!t A.J. Willi AKi.lt, llioTHi 1" Ht.
Ij6k~rest-\eh\M ai and c kntkallv
locateJ brick. 7U.? 11 tii ?t. nw; rooun, bath,
Ac., all lu guud repair. $t>o. Al.bhKl k\ lux, !c:u
y at. a. w. >1 u.tt
lL'OK KENT?A FfKNISHED HOI Mr, EI?7hT
J7 ruum>, in tbe nnrtiiwe^teru l art of tbe citj'. modern
tmprvTCDirntrt. furniture ran be boiufht. ln<|inre .M3 |
7tU at. n.?., Kix ui l, first floor. je 1 ti-*t*
J'OU KiNT-lJV K. 6 HOI.TZMAN. litAL, is
talc and luauiauce Uroker. lUtli aliak' ata.u.*
UOISESL
13C714tb st.n *..l"r, loo4 N ?t n.w.. Or.... $45
at rsita-.h't d by stml65 4"J0 3d at. n.w , !>r 4.? |
1'JIT K wt. n.w.. r.'r.-ljo *ol5 N st. n.w., ar 45
1734 K at. u. w.. 15r. ..l'-'o J llXl Hallacb pi., lir 35
4~1 lltbat. n.w.lTr .lt'o ?1" 11 it s.?., 7r 30
1M5 N si. n.w.. l'-'r 05 H ?t. n.w., 7r 30
615 I"St.n.w.. 14r..?3.:J3 1?3C at ?.e.,8r 30
14i.*ti y at.n.w , l"Jr 75.771,'.'-10 H st. n.w? 7r 30
1V101? st. n.w., 13r 75^44"J 3il at. n.c., ic. l!i
^07 iutbst. n.w., 10r..75 >4'J0 Prospect av. 0rl5.:tO
ti-'O 1. st n.w , 13r 75 :W.> I> st. s.e., Or 15
1017 l'Jtb n. w , 10r....t>" 301# D at. a.e., Ur 15
I41H I ?t. n.w.Or 55 1701 link at. n.w?4r..l.?
l?41Kst , lOr 50 1100 10th st. n.w? Sr.-.l
lt?ll N ?t. n.w. 1'r iU
El I'.NInUED HOUSES.
COMPLETE PKINTED Ll.s'r AT Mr OFFICE.
OFFICES.
(41 Fat.,Cd floor, 5fixst licm830to $00 each,
is..heated by steam >80 N. E. cor. l'-'tk and Pa.
1-43 >. ;Wi floi r, 5 trcut ri? a\e.. 1 r h3.33
lieatrd bv steaui 00 0-1!? F St., ~d floor, Sr....30
?leK&nt nonjt in "sua 47o Ia ave., froiu 10 to i.'0
JJuUdinn,"&xeproofA'''''- 1S111 at. n.w., Sr
?ators,lieatetl bj steaua, 1S111'at. n.w., 3r SO
MOKE*
E1SH 11th st. n.w 450 OOnCthst. n.w $S5 |
JelO K. O BOL1ZMAN. lOtn and F ata. n.w.
I?UR KEN 1 ?14-ltOUM lilili 'K. U M .. Ul'I'USI lrE
Pension ofli. ^. i(4.">. until >-i umber 1, alter thai 1
$05. newly pamteil and pafered; eti>-atit ]>lace lor
boanlutK-lnOat CAX\VOOi> & uAi.1.1. II. corner |
13th MM M w Vor? ave. n.w. Jel0-3t*
J^OK KENT-13-.3 ST. N.W., THREE STOKV^
ten ri- ni.i m,d bath. Kautifidly patinU throii>rh
cut, lanre stabi>-:n reai, three otaila, harness closet,
lolt and n?.m lor li\-lyui.m. $05. i r will rent stable
set arat at ?10. i.. L. APl'LI.. OSS > .t. Jel0-3t*
yoU RtN 1 11' >1 S>E 1S40 11TH ST. N. W ; 10 |
rro' u.sai.l tnth; l .<d. libja. A;>j ly 1103 M ?t u.
w.. relit $5" i-er iii. i.in. JelO-0t*
L*'>K KENT?
F
F
' 47 K l **., l?T.,tn i #208?>4 4H s.w 8 .?>0
4T4 \1 s.w., hr. w?:er . lb 1310 w.,0r un 1.1^.30
440 1stI.V., Or-,w . 15.3U 45USlth si.w., Ita.ltdw . 20
Iihh; 4*4 9 w , re^uur't..21 m>* 7th a.w.. Or., u ,13.30 I
w.,0r..wat'r.l2.50 35o m. a-., or.f ln.i,. 15.30
4^ Ka Hon and 70i*4Ha.w.?0r? w*r.lo.3U
dwelling 12 335-.'t:?^ M s w.,5r.,w.. l'-J
1225 Md. avv. n,e.,5r.. .10 i#30 1st s. w., 4r.. water. 10 |
!?ls l-?t a.e.. 4r.... S a1 ? 1. >.w.t 5r S
62 M aw., 4r 7 331 M h w , 6r..water... 11
btable tKL ave d.w 5 Ke*r 470 > a w.? atable...O
J&8- ?' II FABKEKfC ft^ttd?ati.av.
VUH HKST-1435 It ST . S \X)i Ms AM) BATH.
.T n?>^1 iini?a.. %.?5 _ 17i?l 10th st. n.w.. cor. house,
7 room* and batb. 435. 100t> S at., 7 roomrid hath, !
iii.^t liii;- . 5?J. 12'J L st. n.e.. 8 rooiujs and bath,
925. IsAMU if. SiTOXK, 800 ? at. JeH-.'U
yOK KtM -BK1CK liOl>L, 10 BOOM-?, ALL1
JT nitaSem conveiucncea, h&ndaoinely^ pap^reti;
Gat. n.w., ol iio?it?* ielision ci5i*.e; <5o per month.
Inquire at 437 G at. I ^
Kl N 1503 Q 8T.S
w.; alsoh( uae 1027 Conn, ave.; rnce i^r |
month each. Inquire at 1027 Conn. ave. j?S-3t*
|;Uk WlM-HOlsI.S XoS. 10O0 AND 1008 VT.
ave. n.w. , price j*:?5ta li, So 1203 U at. n. w and I
No. 1002 Vt ^\e. n.w.; i>rne i^O ea? h. Ktya at 1333 ]
14m at. n.w. >o. 313C at. a.e. , J :ice $30, kc> a ut 315
CsUi.e. JeS-Ot*
?>B RE5T-MOS1 DESIRABLE DWELUXG.
a ?o7 lutn at. n.u . lOroonia ii. j vric. t ordt r: brick
atabif in the rear. 1 or terms an<l } apl'ly to
les-3t Kt'Si a. ULXoLLEORD.
"?VUK KtX 1 -rtKXIsHLD 1'.m)3 G 5>'l ; HAND
JL aou.elj turtiiahed. 10 r> -ii;-*. t .v batlia; very rea
aonabit- *.?> oct urants want to leave the cit>. lor per
n.it a|| Ij tu hi al & llL'XGU&l OKl># 024 24lh at.
Jrsat |
TLMJR BENT?11-ROOM HOI'SE, OVERLOOK I NO
pro^ a# ?i Z - fc-i< al Par* . h< t and ? old wat r. fix> d
tubal in laundry, :um?u. e.and all mod. impo.. rent only
r. lorrermiicallU}UU McLACiiLEX &
BAlt'lfLi.l>LR, 1215 1 at. n.w. JeS-lw
^UKBEXT
rCKNISHED.
Cor. Park and Pine its., 2u20 I'ort&er Flace,6r.$40
Ml. Piea^nt,8r f."?0?
tXlURNISHED.
1701 M*^av .22r....#200 213 2d*t .7r $18.45
M5 l'Jtn a:.. I4r 7?? 141*; Hound'y at.,Or. 18.30
1>17 L at.. l?jr 50 233 lat a?. a.w., i? r .15.40
1331* Wallach Place, 1." 07 -20 Galea at. n.e..
Or .35 *ir each 1*^.50
012 PennJiV. a.e., 7r.27.50 Ottn.es, st. Cloud blde'-$
ilfa?lian av., Alt. Ple??- cor Oth and k ata.
ant. sr 22.50
jes-ot JOHN SUi RMAN ? CO^ 1407 F ?t.
1^)1. KENT? Ft KNiSHEl' A NICE lIolsE;|
beautifull ca?ion.lor aumxneronly; nochildreu.
Inquire at 1311 Lhode I aland ave. jett-3t
FH?I; KL Vi ?BHlt K 4011 (i ST N wTTlO ROOMS;
all riiovlem iuai>n>v?iueiiU, $33. By CHAS. S.
SHRLVE. lO01?7ihat. n.w. Je8-3t
VoK tlM - w EXCimo*ABI.Y l.AKE
A chance t *?-<'.ir>-aaeli'vcn-rvuu house in Al> unt
Mfwaiit anu i-iirena?e furijiture, if ileaired, 0:1 easy
terii... r. :.t Oiiij $30 per li-outh. J. R. llEllllOUU,
1411* u at. Jeb-Ot
1,'OK I'.EN'i? S0S4 U Or Sl.bi)
. 7 ^:t 1-itu.t , ISr.$100 J .^.i .'ttitu st .Or ...SO,4.'?
nr.. SIS: ? st l5r. 1IH> 131? SWh. lor lu. i. 10
111 7 .M -t . llr ai.iiat.75 717>* Stitii at. tlr.. 1850
1410 ^Otb, lor . ni.t 7.? V17 \ st..5r 17
lVStt ISth >t ,40r.. 50 07 !>US Uu'j st..Or.. I'i40
. 15 :m
15
15
I pMM|
W3h P,t.S* . ni i... .4" .?o .>U<S:td at.. 5r 14.:M)
1145 Sl?t..Kr..mi 4i> 5o -j:vi 3t. st.,?Jr.. .. 14 30
S1S7 '.!? h st,*.ir.u, 1.37.5y 'cti4 1 ?t.. Oi l^.:;o
how *-'1 st, Or . in i .. ,3.Y5o 4 n-'ina "118 Pa.avu. .IS
1H1VU st., 10r.,ui. i 35 5o J7i'4 s K st. Or IS
Vt>3 S3d *t. sr., iii.i.5?> .*71 ?? K st.. ".r IS
b.SS'.Vtbat ?r? n?. 1.35 .'.u ?.??.is,t I ,i, f,r. 10.:w)
S1 ?,?.<*? l a. ave..7r. .t?> 5t> bear -4"U 1 St., Or 10.:SO
S7S1 N ?!.. lSr.,ui l J0.50 J|)I>5 1 t? 5 r 10 30
?10-122iat.tir .KJ.UO :tu \ . :;rt . .. $10
XS11 1 at. Mr . iu.1 S >50 M AliLl.Sw
S137 I at., 8r . lii.t .'^5 .">11 Kear ',41 .">l,n.a\e .,10
211M 1 St.. ..-5 50 KTOttlHL
14.1 at. or SS .. st.,r? S11J il al, I Or .75
2i:c?h aw . ?'r . ? 3i I40 Pa. ava 4" 50
1S13-17 3uth. ?>r....S'i ."-0 * .3.1 Peima. a?*- :15
i t/i a tull U?t api iy W \\ ESCOT I \ WllJ'oX.
ftH 1007 I'a. ave. n.w.
Vv,>u l.i n i ii\M'-iiNii. is^Kooii ui-wix
M ilow llru k, all moit. li-ii-s ; i-rire reriuceil t ? $."?u.
A.w . a in lO r"..i I rkk. Willi yard and atable.lv
cated oti the .abur'oa, in iruiit of laive park; i'ric? rr
d'l' e.l to $ J5. A. 8. CAV??X?I>,
>?&-3l* KU Mh at. n.w.
I^??R ki.m :<.i i; K'hiji north, 3-?i i sr."
n W . near Penaion otfice. Inquire 008 3d at. u.w.
J?8-3t*
1>>K KENT
11?"S7 sub at., etable S>'.'4 Pa ave 3rooma..$rtrt
and llr $00 j-.'In Oth st. 10 r 25
1310 ISth at , ISr . 00 143ul at B.w. tt r. .'J0.::0
74'.'5tn at. n.w . lSr.50.75 4. '1 st. n. w.. st "iJ -'m
hl3 I. at n. w. i?r 5t> :414 7th st. u.w? Or 13
4:.0 M st. 11.W.. ISr 5o 033 L st s.e.. Or 12.50
>x .tt" A. ML CAVtai> ?!>. i?:i3 Mh at. n. w.
JVOK Rl Vr-1108 B M Nh, 7 KOUMK, MOIV
in.p. .$18. 118 11th st. n.e.,7 rootna. uiod. nnpa..
$~0. 1 IMJ'J North Carvliiia ate a.e . S ns.iua, mod.
tmis>.$28. JOHN i I?)Ni'HOE.
Jtlvjt* 313 East CapiWl at,
I^OK KENT?1004 14TU-81. N. W , t>TORl?
?1m i.lI.If and stat ic, $55.
U.">1 g ?t n.w.. .tore, dwellinir and (table, $50.
151(1 1 st. n.w., M rooms anil biith. 435
7SS H st. n.e., 10 ri^ins and liath. |iiO.
Apply to JNO. A. PKE8CU1T, tKeUoirr Bid'*),
_>H-Sw 1416 V at n.w.
I JO* 1U1 v ITKS18HU) HOl'RK FOR ljii:
sr.auuer. between U and K sta. n w.. price. $35 w r
?? nth. JASLEa A. HA IES * Co..
J*8-.?t 1407 F at. n w.
VOK REXT-l Srt RNT8HE5^
#L"-1>UP?'1HCircle. $ 15o 1440 N st tbO
144 . Mw. ave lju 1430 N at. OO
J138nan. ave b3.33 S020 E
JSS ,fw.33
l urtlnToxcla^^ L" }^to-*' .^ rI>npon,Ctr.lSi
j-uyent cucie.......... 30<' 11.( 1 it. n.w 83>*
_ illCH. FOX k liROWN,
. m*34 1*37 Penn. ave. n. w.
fl>R RENT-FKOM JI NK 1. HOI'S* mTn.
^ j,A* <,.'::?rftr.',c:;^u"n-14 ^uy^uto
V?H. REN !-Hot SE, 1100 7TH ST. N w"
J. modern unuroYc.'nenta, Inquire al bTOKK's Orujt
81ere. 1100 < tti at. n.w. mj'K- "*
F^^SS?S!&r^S?ai' ?**
sini. I
FOK RENT?HOUSES.
1JOR Rl.NX?X?7 LAST CAPITOL >T . l'i KMH.
.TaadcrlUr; *4o. HO*. East Capitol tt., JO rt. ?ou
liar.uewlv p%|?red ab<1 i??int*d. Ac.; #40. liHrc
N'.rth Cftmlinm ?ve..fi room*. in rood order; t'-'H.
^4.'l loth Ht. u. c.. a ren itmrable tVrourn brick,
?l pituis, ipi*/, T^.uw. o., u. ? , V >ww.o. ....
h- 11? a arc modern. 11. M. KuHKEK. 30V East Capi
tal st Je8-3t
TXHI KKXT-.No. 403 ? CT. K. W.. LARGE 11
r ro m brick house with nil lmi>rofv?1inent*. Kent
reduced to ?."?').; 0. U. H. MBS Kit ? CO. Je8-3t"
I'ot: REXT
T 141 Paav. 10rs..#55 950Sn. w.,8 nt 9*n
iMMi 8 n.w . 8 rs 035 N u. w . 7r* VO
-1 N V. iw WIUWBb. e., tir . ..1V.50
1737 lutli n.w? 7r..27..?i)|
_JeS-7t CHAS. W Ft V N" 1) Y. i' U F st D. w.
IJ..U KENT? 3VWCst. D.w..fur. ...$45
.'*? K st n.w. 7r .$22.50 V8 8th st. n.e., tir I'i
"1IV I3iu -t.n.w.,ttrl8 41 ? 8V3 1 Vth m. n.e? 5r. 14.30
?4:iS :J?1 s?t. n i-., 7r. .10 50' 140 Wilson st. n.w.flr... .0
1311 c st. i.e.. Or !? ,
J^ .lt W. i . DtXVAIX. 025 V it. n.w.
)t?tll RES'l NEW Mill K HOVSE. 8 KoOMH AND
cellar, iwth, ami shed; c?nvcuieut to Pension
Office. market, schools, ^c. VV4 K st. n.w., tlrxt bouse
east of :M st. JeS-lni
Isoi; 1:1 XT^ 33l3i"n>srect ave.13r.35
!mm? .#th st n w? 14 U> l>st. n.w., I or?!W
atr. ami ilv*?lliijtc... $100 a.Ml<*> M itt. u.w., Vr ... ..(O
loll 14th st. ii w . lVV88tha?. n.w., 7 r. ..28
lor 83.".5 1V00 M>1. ave u.e.str.
OKiX. V. ave . 1".' r. 75 and (lw<lliuir. 2j
7oii 1 1th st. ii w.. 0 r 115 VI 14 H st n.w., 7 r V5
1VI at. n.w. il r...">o 114-t<l -t. n.w., 7r V5
1V.M Oth at. n w , li> r..5o VVV5 7tl? at. n w., 7r ..'-0
13:15 o n w . 10 r .50 lii 1 Vth ?t n.w., 5 r. ..18
1'?1 # Cori >-ran st., 10. -* i 1V10 (> st. s.e., 5 r 10
1 ji*t !>iii -t . u.w . lo i . 4" "?10 10th st. n.e.. 5 r?10
14V5 Mil at. n.w., Jo r .35
j.-8-St A Ell I \r F. FOX. OVOFst. n.w._
IJViK KENT - 703 V4tb at. u.w? 5r..$13
loll* itn1. ran at , 710 V4tli u.w.. Or lit
Or ... . i 4 5 7VI Vtti^st n.w .Or ljt
4'.', ~>th st.li.>'., tir VO 1' i 1', r. !' 1?! 'i/'th st, "?r.. ,S
1st tt. n.w , ."?r ... iii 1 r. 1'lti V.">tli at., .*>r...N
7:i.'4tli st. li.iv . ,~>r. . . 1'.'.">V0 K st. n.w., J
-07 k i?t. n.c.. Or 1 .'i
WAblllNUTON DANENHOWFB.
Je8?It 11 '5 F st. n. w.
| >? K KENT?"-110 8IXTH 8T X. \v . FINE Koi 'MS"
1 i iiii t' m \i-T' 1. i?ll.."?0 to food it i:aut. nsi'AU
SAllR, lb'io . ih st. u. w. Je8-:?*
111 KENT !'4.? I??t. n.w., l?r. 111. i *0.*>
-4.11 t* st. n.w.. i:ir?ni. i i">0
?.'VV :M si. s e.. 1 ::r? m. i 4 ">
1 lot; t> st. n.? . !>r.. in. I :io
l.">th st., lit. Flrasant, hr Vo
lOlOEst. B?..0r. in. i H'J.bi)
^l."> 1st st. u.e . r< ar,.">r U
401 \rmor>-st. s.w . 4r 8
<' 11 VVuuK> & OAl?KKTT, 13lh st. antl X. V ave.
Je8-.it'
t'oK KENT - TWOSKW llolshsiN L? DltOlT
1'ark ; 0 rooms and bath : !*h|"retl.
J?8 :lt* L f>. 1 K1SIOE, 810 F St. n.w.
pox Ki.XT NO. VU4.i 19TH M.N.H .Mi t ;f
story and bas.'iu*>ut 1 ?ri. k lum.r. I'J romna; ail
iliii'roNrin^ntH. llt-nv rv?lu ? >1 lit #4.*>.1>0. V? rv cht ap;
key in store. B. 11. WAKNEK A ru. J. ,>-;if
I^OE Ht.N l'-V0V7. VOVll. AND 5?i:il~POttTNEK
I'lace n.w., new bay-window brick lionsi??. contain
i!i>r six rooms, iiath ami all mod. imps.; concreted ctl
lar. +'J.">.J0js r month.
jPW-lit WASH X DANFNROWER. 1115 Fat.
I^OK KENT?I'XKl KNISHEI)
17ol U. 1. ave. i; ^oiv Uillrer l'lace,f>r $00
l#r $1!U8.33 o;>tist. n w., l Jr .50.iMt
1413 Mass. ave.. 17r. 1011 N st. n w.,Hr 50 .
auilsubic ?'OO.ltKlh lOtii st. n.w.. l?r. ..50 I
140i<Ma*a.av< .n.w. 100.07 1748 Corcoran at ,Or.40.50
141 :t i< st. ii. w.. 1 ir. 017 14th at. n.w.. 7r .45
and store 1V5 UlM l:ith at. u.vv.. lOr .45
1"-* M at. n.v.., 15r... 1'.'5 N13 X J. ave. n.w , Or. .45
INlti \ st. n.w., 15r. - . 1"5 l Tob M st. n.w., 7r 45
1730 Mass. ave . 17r..lV5 1 IMrtt H st. n.w.. Or .37.50
17oo lotu at. ii. 1538 Fierce I'lac*;. 10r..4V
w.t Kir 110.07 ISOl si n.w . (ir 50
lOViJ Mass. ave., 13r..lOO 17V4 15th st. n w..tir... .40
6 USt. U.W., 15r . IOO L'410 14thfit.n.w.. 1 Or..40
17V8 1 St.n.w.,13r*..83 33 14l><;< hn|>in si.. Or 40
18IMtl4lliat n.w,Or: mi 10O7 15th st. n.w. 1 Or . 40
store 83.33 J4U8 141!i ?t u.w.,10r..4o 1
1018'Jlstat n w.llr8;i.33 1330ltnnrs st. n.w.,Or .35
1401 Moiis'hton St., 1 33V loss's st. n.w.. Or..35
11 r 83.33 1334 hnrtf" ??!.. Or .15
lOOlUJit. n.w .w 11. ...8ii l5:;o Vl'th st.n.w.. 7r. .35
5uV E st. n.w.. llr 75 i:<05 Oili at. n.w ,?>r... .:tO
1514 1' at n.w.. lVr 75 1MI0 lOlii at. u.w., 7r.?a5
I !?V3 G st. ii.w., Hr OO 1507 Caroline st., 7r....V5
1>4V X. V. ave. n w , l'r.,05 WO 1st st. s w , lir . 15
?bV30st.n w.,lli aiia v.<4 1?t?t. s.w .Or ... 15
Stable 70 VVS 1st St. a.w.. Or 15
OOi 18tf; st.n.w 0t? <? ', VVV 1st at. ? w.,?r 15
1415 N st. u. w.. llr ,0."? 1037 30th st. u.w , Or..14
II l'J 13th st. n.w . lOr.O.i
'lie i.bove Lo uses ciii l*> < lan.ired Ky permitfrom
tl.l Olhctoiily. 'lliUilAa J. 1 Islll.K 4: CO..
Je8 13V4 i st. u. w.
1?X>K KENT?
J7 tilV Fat. u.w... .$125 031 Masa. av. n.e., Cr.2V.75
Mass ave. and VOthat. lV5 10V5 x. J. n.w.,0r. V5 30
1.14 17ttist.n.w . IVr. loli H?10 ljin h st., Or ,V5 30
17 AO nth st. n.w.. EOr .'?-?V818Xst u. w., 8r. ...V"
7~< 11th st.li w ..lUr ,0.50 61 8 Vsl.u.e,7r '
1017 K ?t. n.w., llr . .t?o vo7 Oth at. n.e , Or. ..X'j 85
III 1 lih st. n.w ,t?r.. .55 iuti vth st. n.e . 8r VI
4b3 li st. u.w.. 1 ir 5o.7o 1031 N. Cap. st. tlr...V0..->0
14]oNst.nw., lor.55.55 liiKsl.n.e., Or VO 50
1 V03 \.li. all . *r VV? 1. ?t. n.e.,(jr. . VO 35
3V8 lnd. ave.. llr .">?> 134V Wat.u.w., I.r..20.30
1043 lotn n.w.,13r..50.ti') 810 D at. ti.e .Or .. VO
-VI E. Cai'. St., llr ,5o ill) 131 l.st.n w. Or VO
8'jO 1 Mil li w , 1 i I ...Ill l.o KVO 4^, M.w , Or Ill ."Ml
701' 8th St. n.w. lVr.50.5o 015 ll ,-t. n,e? Or 18..">o
1V15 i. Ht n.w.. 1 ir.5o.5o iv.'l E -t n.e .Or Is 37
lv.'.: 13th-t . >r. 5o?4V 34 I 4 1'st n.w . Or. 17.:nt
17 14 l>iu ?t. u.w., nr. 5o Vo:i8 Mli st. n.w ,n r 10.50
133Mi s t. u.?.. lor 5UV .14 1 Vtli Ii.w , Or.. 1 ti 30
ll".' >. 11. av., 8r.. 45 51) 4O0 L at. u.w.. Or 10 80
1404 11th n.w., 8r..45.5o 57 I.st,n.w..0r . ?.... 10
<>Vl 1' at. u.w., Hr 45 !? Kietrees st., Or.. .. 15 4(> I
V!or.H t. n.w., 8r 43 15 A at. u.e.. Or 15.40
i.i3" i 5th it ii.w.l?r.40.4V 3 :0 8ih -i n.e . Or .15 30
33V7 1' -t. n ?.. 1 Vr. 40 133.1 II st. n e.,0r .15
I'D 1 vo.n n w.. Or. .35 50 33V 8tli st. u e . lir. .14 30
VI'4 1' st. ii.u , lOr. 35 VV15Clevelandave? Or. 13
454 H siw..8r 35 10114 V\ at. ii.w.,0r IV
1:1" Wa.la li |'l . Or.33.70 4wV K hards.m l'l.,5r..lV
V1.0;>th st. S.^.i'r 30V1V8 lOtl: st. nw.,0r IV
??V4 1st st. u.w.. 7r.. . 3D 3v0 Lst. s.w.. 5r . ..10.80
18'j.s l.,lhst.n.w?7r.. .30 lo-.'S 4ih ^t.n.e ,4r. 10.30 I
U :.l? loth at. n.w.. .30.4V 3111 Est. n.e.,Hr 10 |
1.1V5 > n ii ,l?r .30.41' 3 ' onLiibia .ve St.30
1 !'3o 14th at n.w., 7r V8 '.'51 8 15th st. ext'.l 8
t'.l 11 n w.,hr V7 1?5 317 11 th st. u.e.. Or ! ? i
318 1? at.ii,e..8r V7 !>v> I
1505 lotii u.w , 8r..V7.STORES & UWF.LLING&
1 !_'V4 !'1u st. n.w., 7r.V7 s.i
1533 15th n w? Or. .-'5.75 1407 14th ft. n.w 40
V04 Arthur i?K, 7r..V5.40 V400 Fa. ave. n.w VO 1
ti I :>'-U at. n.e , 7r. ,v5 ^5 V111 7th st. n.? . .18 50'
Je? ll. H. M Alt NEK ? CO., 010 Fat n.w
IViit KENT-l NIT KM8HED
C. im ?i. ..ls-1. M X _ 1735G ?t I|10
X ats., nitii atable #V50 10th at. n.w V5
Cor. on Conn, an- suit- 54 K at.,n.e 17 30
able tor reside li. o V100 E St. u. e 15 30 1
?r biiBinesa |>ur- ' STOIilS.
Isjees VU8.33 17VV 14th s' ,sti 4;d*y.Ga
1108 E st n.w V08.33 1740 14th at . store aLd
1 i V'j Mu-fs. ave 1.5 celliu- 40
VOiO N st. n.w Jin Al'AK'l MEX l.-i.
lt'oo 15'tii st.,u.w 75 Fur. tlat, 815 lolust.
ll'Vl Kith st 75 n.w ,">0
Il'VV 1 at. II w ti.'i Fur Hat-. H st, U t. I Hi
3o33 N st.n.w Oil ,v 181 lists V5and40
Vi'lV lliliii r l'lace. li" Aj>artliient house lor
l.'.iH) 30lu st 50 .ol'-re.1 isople, rooma
150!? Street U.W... .50 $3 to *?> ? -a.'h.
1511 8 street u.w 50 OFFICES.
1;-V!) l-'lh ot. (iiofli Officero"ii.^. 5il? 7th st ?
June 1> 45 blAKEES.
13'. 1 Corcoran st 4o Stables V5
1508 L' ati*eet..... 45 stable re^r 1140 VOth. .V5
JTHNISHKU
N.e. cor. of 10th and DeSalea st. (from May
"t? . r year $ 1.800 VO>. 50
Kst?uel.' oun-avi ami E st., bet. 17th ? l?tli
18m st 300 sis 83.33
l^npont Circle ,V5o JtUei'sonl'lace.forsuiu
1. si., b. t 14th ? 15th.V .1) iner 7j
e. at., mar lutl. at ..10O G st.,liet. 11 th and 18th
Coi 10th fc Fsts.n w..VOO ?ts? lorsiuinii-r GO
U st., uear Arlnnrtou Gat., liet. llttiiand VOth
li- 1-1 V00 ats , lor summer 50
1,1s t. 17th X 18111,1 tor _ Sunderland l'lace, lor
suiiiim-r 175 summer 50
I. bet I8il. ,s linn 100 07 K st ,1* i.l?th and 18th
Kat.. Ist. lOlhs I7th..30u st .for siiuiuier 30 I
Ost., I '*? t. in ti H lOih 10" K at . I.. 1 13th 14111 ata.
N St . bet lidhs 14th. 14" ? troui (> t. 1 ?
y at.ur.N. ll.avc 1 .<0,ll?th st.. bet. 11 and 1
h. n*.ir M? ? neraou sij..>Oo sis Cor sunim. rj ..50
t ouu.kv., uls.ve K. .(*!?; 1 as v.. In ar 15th at.,
Coun.ave .abvve list. V.'iO tlor summer) 40
Cor. Conn, av.- 4 X .t.5"0 E st . bet. Hub and
Conn.a . 1;. N K 1>U|> t C v5o VOth ata. (loi suin
JcBcr>oL|'l.,doub.h'e. VttO in. r 40
K.l.a..l<t. 14th?k 15th.VOO N st . l>< t.< oun.av. and
Fst., nr Ifti|*.?.t cir. ...150 littb st..lor ?uu:uar 40
0 nil. aw near Dupont _ Noi th sub-Cor. oranat.
circle 1V51 bit. 15lliand l'Jth sta.30
Conn. ave.. adjacent to L at . near 14tb,ilor the
Eafayette vIH:e VOO tuiuuici) per LuontU..V5
Sui-.l. rlaud 1'iacu 1 OO
lit ELK 11XS CaN UE OBTAINED AT Ol*B Oi'
>I< E These liousea can be insiicted only by ler
uiita trom our oibcu.
HILL & .JOHNSTON,
Jel-eoVw 1503 Keiin. ave.n.w.
I^XlB KENT- $75?1341 LSI N W., ATTKACTIVE
tbvee-story bay-window brick, ten roou.s, rainfe,
latroi" , I utu, bfc. k buii.hntr, cellar, rear alley. ?'us.
FOKKES I, loilii F St. , hours lVtoV luyVil-lm'
I^OK KKX7 10V3 MAKlOX ST. V W . BRICK.
. rooms, bam and cellar. *30,35.
, - J. ilcL DODSON,
J** l .V5Fst. u.w.
1?OK KEN 1
I NFl'KNISUED UOVSE3.
VO Iowa C , 3 at. bk . l'.::V 1 ?u u.w..3-atory
? ui.i t iV5 br? Or 4V 50
0l&Eai.,4-atoiy bnck, _ lVVV 1 st , 3-story br?
* * r 105 !>r 4 ' "^o
CIV liitu at.. 3 at. bk.. VO 1V 14th st . 3-storv
? V . 100 I'k, lor . sUble 37.50
141.4 8toiitrhl?u at., I.ii?5 1 st., 3-story br .
1 stor) l.rk lira 00 ^ir ;j,j
141 0 st. iiKiiion st., 3- l5o I st. n.e , V-aiory
i . at. ry 1-rk .;'r 00 urn k 7r VO 50
1410 ^toiis-htou ?t.. 3- ll VFat,Vst.bk..?rV0 50
St. bra . Ur .00 lVil F at. n.e.. V-atorv
I 141'. Mou/lilou?t.. 3- br., 7r. V0.50
st. I irk.. Or .. 60
14118 Stou?:bt. u st., 3
at. bik.. Or 00
' ? . , F CRM SHED.
,0*? 3-a?. lvov N st.. 3-st. brk ,
l.k.. I ,lr., th. roUi-'hly 13r., nicely fur. . * 150
ami iiaudaouiely iur- 015 k., 4-atory lirlca.
Iiisueit *l<o 17r 105 1
l.VOioiiU-sv , 3-ator> __ lil"4 U.l. ave.. 3-alory
brk.. Or., a.m l 1< .> I k., Or., well iur 100 \
4?? M kt- store and
brick, dr., VolSsj t'i _ dwelliuir $70
sEey * 14.? fit 0 F sU, corner VO
? ? OFFICES.
6V5 F at. n.w , 3rs? 3d 0V5 F st. a. w.. 3rs? 5lb
_ fl?or $40 ilour $35
C-o 1 ut. ii.w., ^r*., 4th
HiAjT 35
FLATS.
1341 14th at, larire 1341 14th at., aecocd
,IV'.^VW Hi00 rtoor flat *00
1341 14th at.. Hist 1341 14th at., third
floor flat 05 a. ?r Bat 5V?
stable.
In rear of 14V0 N st., 3 stalls, room for 3 carriatrea,
coachmau'a rooiu. flratclaaa. ? "i jn
*L M. FARKfcit,
^8-12* 1418 F at
EN)K KENT -
X 7 list, u.w srs
1340 Rurtcs at. u.w 45
1036Oat. n.w I."-.!!..!!!!... "!! 45
.. w. F. yol'NG."
>5-6t 1303 F at. u.w._
IJOK RENT-NEW FRAME UOISE. 0 ROOMS
andaLable, $V0, lll-'Oalae Apply to
_ A. D. 8l ltllAM,
J?5 lw? 10V3 7tn at. n.w.
J,HJB KENT?CNFURNISHED " "
132* I at. n.w. Kir .$125 1GV7 10th at n.w. $25
10l.? X at. n.w? lVr-..,05 V3V Oth at n.e..(Jr.. .VV.50
-'04 JM l. a*e. n.?.. llr. .70 Euiou st s.w.,6r 1 V.30
VK>.> O st. n.w., lOr 55 l ui. ii Fl. a. w., or...8.50
7tK> 8tli st n.w., Iur....5o otUce rooms. 417 lltliat
33V7 1' at. n.w.. lVr 50 n.w, $5 to $VO
031 F at n. w.. lOr 40 Ofllce r. 1013Fa.arjLw.50
VVlU F st. n. w . 8r V5
^ ? FCUX1SHED.
Conn. Sjre bet E and 8.18r.. per rw $2,500
fcmdtrlaud Flats n.w. 1 lr, per mouth- .... ijn
^ Iklii.KUTR^ol^
FOR RENT?HOUSES.
I^OK REST- ??>? Oth at.n.w.. St.. #35
liCO loth it. n.w? 232 Vthstue... Or 22.50
l*r. *55 1020 tith *t. n. e.,ar'..._lN
2oeAs.e? 12r. oO 81013th *t.n.e.,<}r lb
142. N.J.sv.. Or 25 '2023 Button Ot n.w. 4r 9
lo:t3 tith st n.e? tir 20 <i Green's aUey.ir. o
732 9th st. 8 e . 6r? w. 1:113-7 8. C. . ?
, **'5*???: 10.30 3 4 23Pieriic't s.w.dr.&oO
1.17 14th *t. n.w., 9r.. STORES.
m.l 50 637 Pa. a-re. a. e 33
llo4 otlist.n.e., it 20 2VOO 11th *? n.w.. 15 50
6WORMHTEDT k BRADLEY,
myi i -lm 927 Fst.n.w.
IX)R RENT ? STORE. PLATE-GLASS 8HOW
windowa, 90 feet deep: la near F St.. being 1229 E
St., near rorm r Penn ate. and Kit hat. n.w. Apply
C. BL> K1 K, 1345 Pennsylvaniaave. )e4-lw
IWR RENT^ ~
706 1 oth at. n.w.: new 3-itory and tiasement bay
window brick. 12 rooms and hath. central location; all
mod lull1*-; l*er month. ?<>5. 1011 T at. n.w., 2
mory and bastiueut bay-window brut; Boiitliern ex
l*.*ure; 8 rooms aud bath, u<-ar 3 line* of earn, per
un nth. $33.33. 513 A at. aeM Capitol HlU, 2-etorY
yr-n* brtrk . 8 rooms and bath; all m. 1.? delightful
location; *28. 821 3d at. aw., 2-story anil baeemAit
bay-window brick; 6 rooms; water, newer, gas; <10.
'lao-story brick stable, rear 18:13 13th ft. n.w., 47.
GEO. E EMMONS.
Je4 Atlantic Balldinir. !>30 K *t. n.w
IWR RF.NT ? FIFTEEN-ROOM BRICK HOUSE,
i r with modern Improvement*. 1343 g st. n.w.; rent
! * t>0 i* r mouth. Apply to JUiiN 1'. Ui.LEN. 1410 y
: at. n.w. )el-2w*
1.X)R RENT?1537 14TU ST N. W.. VERY COM
lortable 3-story brick. 8 rooms, large parlor and
' cellar, buth, and^ard. no !>*? mcnt; rent, <40. Apply
to owner, 411 loth n. w. Key at corner store. inyl-2m
],V)K BENT-ELEGANT COTTAGE^CONTAINING
12 room", with new stable in rear, corner Wow
It y Laue and Tculeytown road, immediately oppoaito
Oak View.
Sill 18th ?t. n.w., 3 story and basement #75
1 (30 P at 75
|02<> 17th at. n. w., 3-at. baaeinent and attic?50
1740 K st. n.w., newly papered and put in perfect
order throughout 50
1517 Pierce place 25
142] W st. n.w., 2 story and basement 25
207 It st. n.e,. 2-?tor> and basement 25
723 tith st. g.e.,2 "tory 10
my4-3iii BEALl* BROWN fc CO . 1?21 F at.
FOR SALE-HOUSES.
l^DH SALt-NINE-Ri >0.\I, THREE STORY BRICK,
1 near 15th an?l V ??**.; parlor, diuinK-room, and
kitchen oil first floor; c oncrete cellar, terrace, &c.;
cash; balance on tune. A. J.WHITAKER,
1:10;*% Est. jeio-at
Iron SALE?A BEAUTIFUL NEW HOITHE. i>0
feet front in the nortliwest; wood neiKhlK)riiood;
Will i*'8?>Id ut n harwii. Heal estate men Deed not
apfly. Address s li. H., Star office. Jeio-tit*
I4-01i SALE-APPLY TO UWNEKTnO. U10 I ST
n.w . after 4 o'clock j\ ni., lor new nouses at low
pricesand on easy Jel()-(3t#
1>i?H S ALE A 1)AHG A1 N^BHICK HOl'81'. K ST^
N tween 18tlx and liMh n.w.; hrooni?: rented for
<?,'5 mouth: lot "Oxl-IT ti to r? ar alley. Trie jfc'-'.ijO a
l?K?t; viz., 7,^7o lor all; gTound ulon?* worth the
price a*ked. J. Alci.. DODSON,
y-s ;u# 1 ^25 F ht. n.w.
1X)K SALE?LA KG F BRICK BlTILl>INO C'OKNKH
411? and I> n. w.. ojiposite city hall, known as Brad*
ley LniMinflr; will l>e M?ld on easy terms. For ini'or
mation apply to II. \S". TAJLUO'iT, Uockville, Md.
Je8-Tt*
I^OU SALE-AS ELEGANT HOUSE ON O ST.,
went of Hth; 10 room a, cellar; lot.'OxlOO; price
^8,000. Cannot be duplicated for less than $10,000.
1>AV1D I). STONE. 800 E ?t. Je8-3t
1X)H SALE -ON K Si . NEAH NOUTII CAI'ITOL
Kt., a nice new L'-story and back buildimr brick
residence; 7 rooms; lar^e ifrounda; two laive bay win
dows, one front and one on the east side; bath room;
hut and cold water .'stationary wash-tubs, gas, ranKe,
and latrube ; rented to a rood tenant; all in perfect
order. Mill sell for $^,'^00 if taken at once, terma
easy. Apply to 1'. A. UAltNElLLE,
je8-3t# 1518 E st. n.w.
1JOK SALE?
l*romim ut corner on lCth *t., l^r $25,000
I 1thode Island ave.. near 15th St., lUr 10.300
llith st., bet. S. and T sts.. lOr 8,000
| Wallacb place, near 14th st,, 7r r?,0(>0
Corcoran st.. near 10th, 7r 6,000
, Marion st., bet. U.L ave. and W, tith anil 7th
ats? 7r 3,o00
Clevel'ind ave., bet. l'^th and 13tli, W and
boundary, Or 1,800
14LST iL HL'NG1 :KEORl>,
, 3e 8-:tt C'i4 14th at.
I30K SALE?
Mclean ave. a. w., 2-9tory, 5 rooms and
cellar, frame ?1,300
H, bet. tith and 7th sts n. e., ^'-atory aud base
ment brick 2,600
I. bet. yth and loth sts. n. e., new ^-stor>-and ^ I
, cellar bricks, 15 rooms and bath; each 3,250
13th, bet. it and S *ts. n. w? 2*atory and base
ment brick 4,500 I
I E, near 3d st. n.w., li-story and basement brick,
7 rooms aud bath 4,700
I O, be t. <?\,h and loth sts. n.w., 2-atory brick, 10
rooms, all mod. imps 6,500
S, bet. i 3th and 14tn, 2-story brick, 10 rooms,
bath and ?*ellar 7,000
M, near 20tli st. n.w., Ji-story and EnKlish
basement brick, 7 rooms and bath 7,000
734 10th st. n.w , 3-story and basement frame,
8 rooms, lg| 19 8x100 7,250
West siite oi 21 st Kt. n. w . between O st. snd
Mass. ave., lot 16x147, improved by one
brick and one frame, rentimr at #27, price
i*t foot 3.00
14th, near ss st. n.w., 7-room brick dwelling, i
JoilHxlXiO to alley 7,500 |
O, near-1st st. n.w., 3 beautiful new 3-story
and basement bricks, corner house J&N50U,
others, each 7,500
IUi"de Island ave., near 11th st., 3-story and
basement brick, 11 rooms 9,500
Vermont ave., near K st. n. w., elt yant brick
reside nee, larire lot 26,000
$f?oO cash and monthly payments will pur
ehyse 3 pretty 6*room brick houses, mod.
imp*., on C st. n. e These houses are new
and cheap, lot 16x75 3,250 |
Sideudid uioper^y on Y 11. w., between 6th and
7th; can L>?' converted i)ito business prop
erty with very little expense. very large lot;
can lie purchased at i- very ?rreat barKiin.
On 10th, n?*ar 1- st. n. w., 3-story aud basement
brick, lot *J5xU5, k^kxI location for business;
i hNp 12,500 i
13. U. WAKNEK & Co.,
Je8-5t Ul6Est.
13011 SALE-$2,600 WILL BUY A NF.v\ HOUWOX
C st s **.; 8 rooms, handsomely papered; back and
front stairways; south front, lot U.">x06 to 30-toot i
alley, with frame btable. Apply to 1>A\ 1JL> i>.STONE,
806 V st. u. w. j. H-31 '
I^UK SALU-12 I'LU CENT iNVEHTMEST?Kl\E
. new brick housenorthwest. o rooina. with halls
now . . cupied at $ 16,.>0 l?er month Each * 1,S00. I
Je8*:U I>AV1P P. STONE, 806 Fat.b.w.
IXiH SALE?AT A SACB1FICI \ NEW BB1CK
honse in the northwest, halt square from 7th-st.
cars; will be sold to an immediate purchaser for i
$4,150. Thishonseis worth $.>,000. Containing 7
hui.'iBwiulj-papeml rooms and bath; south trout, j
Appl) at ouc<d to DAV1U D. STONE, b06 I st. n.w.
Je^-3t
1;oK SALF.-IIOL'SE, BAY WINDOW, PRESSED
brick fr ut, six rooms and batb, Ju?t new, near :
park , wi oil location ? D st. n.e. near titli. easy tern:s; I
price $3,V?U0. ULKhON A ItAMEV, 1307 E st. n.w.
JeO-:it
HI SALE?HOUSE. BAY WINDOW, PBK38
btlck fi? lit. 7 rooms and bath,all motlern improve- j
ments, on 1' ?t. between 4th and 5th sts. n.w. easy'
Unas, price ?4,000. HLUKoN A' HA.MEY,
Je8-3t 1307 E st. n.w.
If Oil SALE?BKICK llOUME ON OOKHi?B OF
alley on I' wt. between 4th and 5th uts. n.w.*. lot
X!0xl35ft. to 30-!t. alley, also a 15-ft. side alley, a
*rood brick house on the IroUt aud two brick houses in
rear on 3u-it. ailej ; thi> is a bargain, price $4,000.
Je8-3t liEUhON 4; KAMEV, 1307 F st. n.w.
1^ OH SALE?AT VEltY LOW Pit ICES EOH SUCH
I attractive houses; a row of four brick dwellings,
6 rooms and bath; handsomely papered; Ju?t com- i
pleted at Dili una 1' rsts. n.e.; will sell corner house for |
jf3.000, and Nos. U03, 005 and 007 E St., for $*.'.250
each. SWOhMSTEDT hi BKADLEY.
Je8-6t 927 1 at. n.w.
OB SALE HOUSES lH NOBTHWEST; MM;
rooms, pressed brick, bay window, concrete cellar,
southern exposure, price only &o,;t00.
4 W "* HE ' *
JOB SALE-HOUSE. A BEAUTIFUL HOME IN
n.w,; nine rooms, furnace, open krates; every con
jL?-:tt __ HEltRO.N*' liAMEV, 1307 T ?t
Vtll'. SAI.E-HorsE. A BEAVT11-TL H< >ME 1
r n w.. nine i-ooiua, tnrua. r, ojen flutes, cot;. Co..
\fnitrut't'; \er> i ncup for a lr?M tlavs. 1 or J'vr.iiit Uj iti
t.1^1 t ?i'!>ly to UL'&i s UL'N(j?ia UR1>, 024 14th st.
1/OR SA1.1 -SEVEKAL ELBOAIIT KEUDEXCE8,
4-hoiCH location*, at barvain j also fliib tlwell
in uiicat act Uonu ot rir \ ; #2,5tH> tin
J' S ilf W E. Bl lll ultU, 1422 X. Y. ave.
I^OK S\LE-B. AUTIU'L CORNER. N.E.. EOT 1*0
x 100, and Uouhio 14-ryom bin k dwelliiiK, it4..>0(i
alsoci.j anil auhurlun EitK at atwulativc | nii?. :i '
l eiiu lojt U|>. W. E. HL Rl'ORK, 1422 N'.Y.kVe.
1,ORi?Al.l f'li>I* RI.NT1NO AMI OWN YOCR
iioni". t.,500 to *:i, 250. iuclutlinir aide lot; <125
monlhlj . no ca?li; *ill ?wurr you I't-rtcrt trcm of
a l.uiiif in )>retiic.t n*-nfhl?-i-ho^U. 11 c.; two lin*-. car..
Jt-s-lW Mi. E. BLREol.K, 1422 N. Y
1, OR SAI.E-EOOK AT 1H-1 OOM HOUSE. ML A 1 E
root.\eruntla*, tank, H^wcra. <i4,154 le?;t; 3 niiu*
liter troiu il? i^ot; only t*>,000. See owner on preuiisea,
jlaj'l. ave., iakoina,or Jll llat. n.w OCY Musts.
Je?..!t* |
1,-OR SALE? NICE RESIDENCE AT MT. PLEAS
ant; nil f irrounilaa. d I'leuty of hhaac, cuuiains
te:i ri.oms 1.11a nath, hot and cold water, nicely hn
lMied 111 oak aud Julie; )>ul>e.ed throuvluut. U.
SM Ahl'LEns, cor. 1 i til and l*ark ata extended JS-Iit*
1.V1U S\LI--7-I:OOM LAY WIN I): )W BRICK
houne. mod. iin|m.. italile; 2100 Vermont ave..
6<(.*'?00. 10- rooni ba> window brick houae, Uio*l.inil'i?.,
*4,000. OWN) U. 1K>5 L' at. n. w. JeS-;?"
IMI SALE THE CHLAl'E.Sl YET oVeERED?
JL U new bnck?, liMh at. ii.w., U'twi en m aud 1 Ht??
Noa. lrtlii lr* '..o, 10 roolua and bath, *|>c;ikllitf
t iiIrlec tnc ItIin, ( holri- liardwooU inutitleH aud irua
! ilxtiinx, ail coniplele, lor IIM.OOO. Apply JuMtiti
llitoVVN. 108 l>'!iiaali Buildintf. Je?-.>t*
i^oR SALE-A BEAtllFUL BOW OF BltlCK
uwt'ltinKH on M at.. tM't. 4th and 5th >?ta. u e., at
prn rauyiut,'fi'oui t^,?OOto *4,0( 0. 'Jbia ?? with
out exception tin* haiidaouiest row ol dwelllu^H in the
i u.tiru aectlou ol the city. 1 he houaea have alx roouia
ana hath, and i very convenience, and the work in of
the beat, especially the piuiiibmtf and atov* work.
They mi- open loriuapectlou all da>.
aWOUllSlLlll 4 BKADLLY',
Je8-6t 92 7 f at. u.W.
1'OR SALE-A NEW' TWO-STOLY-ANL-BASE
luent brick Loilae , S ruolua aud baih; all lnoilefu
liiiprovriueuta; np.rndidly builtand ttniKhed;< u 12ih
at., near R; a liaiiruiu; only 40,000. liblClUN's It
ill LK.LEV, l;l2l E .t. u.jir. JiS-Ut_
J'OR SALE-T1IRI.E NEARLY NEW TWO-S'lORY,
lay-window, U-rooni brick dweeliUfc'n, aoutheaat;
all rvntcd; a OH lair cent iuveatiueut. i'rn e tor all,
??i.ooo. TiLLltk RtlUEUlORU,
Jefc-0t^ 1307 E at.
I^OR SALE?ON MARYLAND AVE., BETWEEN
2d and 3d ata. n. e..a larae Brtck, with brick ata
bliUK to au alley , lot altuoat 3b (t.frout.faciUK reaerva
tion: haa 22 It. iroiii, Irav lUK a deairablo build
iuk lotadjoiniuir. yard full of xhrubbery and truit.
Pnre for whole oiuy ai),000. Thia ia a baryain. The
lot coutaiua 5.01S aq. it. ol arouud. Teruia, *2.500
caah; halauce in ironi 3 to 10 yeara if deal red 1'hla i*
one of the fine.tlocalitire ou Capitol Hill, aud in aa
lmprovinic ueurbborhood.
Also, on New Jeraey ave., between B and C |U. a. e.,
? :i-atory Brick, attic aud cellar, 10 roouia, with .ta
bling In alley, lot baa 27)4 ft. frout, and contain*
4, VbS *4. ft. ITiceouly cheap. Terma, oue
tmnl caah, balance in one. two and three years. Tin*
property la only hall a *?iuare Iroui the Capitol ground*
and Avenue car*.
Alao. two delightful House* on 6th at n. e., next to
coruer of A at. Only oue xjuare from Eaat Capitol *t.
Location delnrhtful aud houiea new aud lovely, with
concrete cellar; price, 45,000 caah.
1 have many other duairable houae* on the Hill.
Cull and get particular*. At. M. RCHRER, 302 Eaat
Capitol at. Je8-3t
FUR SALE-A GREAT BARGAIN, 1708 4TH ST.
n.w.: 110 reaaouable orter refused 1 *mall caah pay
Uient of 4500; a new 2-*tory and basement bnck
Houae, clone to car linen in rapidly improving section.
uiy25-lin THUS. O. HEN'SEY k Cw- >300Est. n.w.
IX)U HALE?A 14 PER CENT INVESTMENT. 12
1 small brick hmwi iff Columbia Terrace; price for
all,41o,500; terma to ault; always rented at 410 per
month each. Inquire at iiuii Penna ave. Je9-0t*
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
tX>RS*LE-$4.2M> WILL BIT A PRETTY COR.
resilience on B st southwest. fronting on thi' Atm
cultural irrouuds; brick, exery modern conTeniea?-?.
This la one 01 the most deluruuullocauonslii the illy:
? baarain at the price offered.
JeU-3t _____ DAVID D. STONE. 806 F st. n w._
MKUU-A SPLENDID NEW H018E ON X ST,
between 17th snd 18th; 13 room*, complete in
every detail. #15,0O0.
Jell-3t DAVID P STONE. 806 fil.nw
TX)B SALE?A COZV NEW BRICK HOI SE ON
.F 13th at. n.w.. two-story and cellar, beautnullv
papered; fashionable location, price reduced to
44.150. david d. stunk,
Jell-3t 800 F ct n.w.
IJH)R 8ALE? A BEATTIFUL CORNER HOISE,
40 feet front, east and aoutb fronts, 13 room*, one
square from National museum, elemuitlv finished,
heated by furnace. concreted cellar onder whole
bouse, ooe of the moat complete houses 10 the south
west J'ortou of the city. terms can be arranged.
Price $ 10,000 if sold this week.
lei 1 tit' STALKY ft BARKER, 1213 F st.
17OK 8 ALE? (il6 to 630 Md. ave. a.
' 2210-2234 Bonnd'y st. n. b h.. 4r $18,000
n w.. 4r. 416.000 1738 I st. u. w., b. ti,
2024-2042 Bound'/ st. llr 15.000
n. w.. 4r 15.700 1730 H st. n.w? b.b..
2211 to 2229 10th st. Hr 15.000
n. w . b h.,5r 13,000 415 3d st. n w? b n
2 to 6, 7th st. road.11.300 m.l.llr 12,500
... . , .. 90V? M ?t. n.w., b.h ,
m. 1., 13r 11.000
207(ist n. w.. b. h.,
m l . lOr 8,000
214 A st. n. e., f. b.t
l?r 7.000
406 and 408 11th st.
s w.t b. h., l?r 5.600
43tj 1st. n.w., b. 1).
7r 4.500
381 st. fi w? b.h? ui i?
llr 0,500
113 H st. u. e., b.b.,
7r 4.250
62 to ?i8 G st. n. e. f.
h..4r 3,500
3408 N_ st. n.w., b.h..
Store and dwelliiur,343
P?. ave. n.w., 12r 12,000
1733 to 1743 E st. n. |
w. Or it.000
701 to 70!? Farraput
st. nw.,5r *>.000
1!'04 It st. n. v., ?. n?
8rs 7.000
1 to 0 alley, liet. 12til
and 13th,.Mand X sts.
Ii w 0,000
1130 to 1151*2;id *t. . i
n.w., f h., 4r 6,000
1123 20?h st. n. w . I ti.
tirs., and 2 houses
4r each 5,000|
1311 D st. n. w? l.ii.,
Or. 5,000. in. 1.. 7r 3.300
3328 to 3334 l'st. li. 000 and Sill 1st. s.e.
w.f.h.5r 5,000; l.u.,!>r 2,500
1247-1240 Madison at. 1735 '!d St. n.w., b. h..
u w , f.h., 4r. and 2 ! 5r 2.000
b h. in r. :tr 4,800 0 W st. u. w? f. h..
820to836 22d st. n.w.. or 1,500
b. h? Or 4,500'
The above Is onlv a portion of Iho rrov^rtv oti rnv
txxiks For lull List call at ollice for bulletin issued oa
tin 1st and 15th. U-11) THOS. E. W AGGAMAN.
(j<OR SALE ?BARGAINS ?SMALL HOLSES IN
northwest section of city; new two-story bricks, ti
rooms a.i.l hath. $.1,000 to 44,000. J. Mcl.. Ih)D
SON, 1225 F at. n.w. Jell-3f
I-'Ol: SAM -ON EASY PAYMENTS?#100 CXSH
and 425 per leonth: 5-rooui lirick. on 12tli st. n.c.;
price, #1,500. SWOKMS1EDT & BRADLEY. S?27 F
st. )ell-3t
IX)K SALE OK LEASE?
1 A VALl'AliI.E PKOi'ERTY ON PARK STREET,
M 1. PLEASANT, 1>. C?
liaviutr a frontage of 200 lift, ami with that width
extending throuprh to Sheridan avenue.
Improvements consist of a yood lu-room residence,
with cellar slid bath.
Street sewered and liirhted with (ras.
Locution one of the hest m the x illace.
Tiios. j. usher * co?
Jcll-2w 1324 F st. n.w.
?OR SALE - l.VTH ST.. MT. PLEASANT. XIAM
Kenesawave., one square from 14th-st. cars, new
F
8-rsiiu frame house, ?ras, ranve and latrobe, lot
-loo. *4.500; 12th St..bet. land K sts. n e? 5
room frame. iji500 cash, IiuIiiiicr $25 jkt month.
F
#1,00(1. u O-room brick, one s<LU?re from fiovernmeut
l'nutmg Olhec, routiiifc- for 41 ? I'er month, #'.'.uoj.
CAYWOOD ,V OAKKETT,
Jel 1 -3t* 13th and New York ave.
?OK SALE?THAT ELEGANT NEW TWO-STORY
and basement brick. 318 4th st. 11.e. Sirroomt
.in.l bath. House ltix.35, most substantially built.
Price, $3,750. Apply to owner,C. L. DlBOIS, 005 7th
st. n.w. Joll-3t
f_!>OR SALE?AT MODNT PLEASANT^NLVV 9
rooni House on handsome corner lot; #5,200.
New ll-rooin House,lieautifully planned and huished,
nice lot. 45.500.
Six-room House, cellar and attic, larjre lot; $5,000.
Theirrounds surroundiiiK these houses have ample
ahade trees, shrubbi-rv. ,tc.
Jc8-lw BEDFORD W. WALKER, 1006 F st.
KtOK SALE?A BABGAIS, 8-ROO.M llltlCK, ALL
r mod. imps., nice neighborhood, S st. n.w., bet. 13th
and 14th; only $5,500.
Je8-3t BEDFORD W. WALKER, 1000 F st.
?jV lit SALE-CHEAP LITTLE BUICK ON FKANK
X lin st. n.w., price 41,400.
On li?tli Rt., near K st, desirable Dwelling, 8 rooms
and bath; stable in rear; Lot 10x100 to alley, price
43,000.
Near corner 18th and F. sts., fonr Lots, each 15x03,
improved by Frame Dwelling, all under rent.
$1,250 cash will buy a new O-room linck, under
rent, and payinff 10 per cent on the investment.
Building Lot, corner 24th andLsts., 75x55. price
per square loot,
Desirable Building Lot on 22d st? improved by fair
frame. WLSCOTT .V WILCOX.
JeS-eoOt 1907 P&. AVe. B.W.
IJOK SALE-A FRAME'liorsE, TWELVE ROOMS
larye, drj' cellar, hot and cold water, and modern
comforts. Address Lock Box 102, Alexandria, Va.
Jeti-eod2w*
I^OllbALE
COR RENT.)
That txautiful House 011 the northwest corner of
13th and N streets northwest. No. 1303 N street.
Lot it 50x100. Fine ^rounds. Hoiine has eleven (111
rooms exclusive of cellar. Seven . 71 bed rooms, l ine
view down the totoniac river from top o? house.
House is weil and substantially built. Workmanship
ol' the highest order.
PRICE:
For Sale $27,500
as follows:
Cash. $12,500
Balance to suit.
(Orall cash).
Folt RENT:
Price per month (uniuraWied) $150
.Must be leased lor 5 or ti years For further partic
ulars apply to Gl'HLEY BItOS.,
1335 F street n.w.,
my28-lm Sole aipenta f(t tlie owner.
I~H>11 SALE-SPECIAL HAlt( iA IN-BKITK II0C8 E,
1742 l'st. n. w . containinK 14 ri'Oms, 2 bath
moms and all m.i.,the bouie is o)s-n lor ina|>eCtiom
and should be examined to be appreciated ; will be Sold
reasonabli, 11s the ow tier desires to leave tlie city.
AI s'ilN 1'. BRl iW N, li* ul Estate and Loans,
niy2i?-1 111 Glover BuildliiK. 1410 F at. 11. w.
1?QB BALE?A flXB BRICK HOUSK OX X ST.
11 w . near 10th st.; 14 rooms, bath; ni.i.; price
$16,000. Also aline new llriek.on 11 at n.w., near 14th
st.; 10 ivoms, with modern improvements. Price,
420,000. TIIOS. G. HKNSEY a CO.,
myl4-lm ^ 1300 F st. n.w.
1"jOK SALE?GOOD INVESTMENT.
A nice Irame House, la northt ast sectioh; lot 16x
84 ieet. rents tor .$ 10. Price 41,300.
5 Iran is, 111 southeast section, rentimr for J44 per
month. Price 45.000.
J. W. P. MYEKS k SON.
Je.-.-Cf 1420 New York ave.
1?OU SAlii HEALTIFVI. SIX - ROOX BRICK
llouie, northwest sect.on: eany teriiiS 43,000
Nlue-roviu Bri' s, Q ?t.. near 15th D.OOO
liollble itoliae, 1 ith aiid li sis 5.00 I
?e?eu-room Brick, Oth, near U s.t 4,250
J W. P. MYEKS 4: SON,
Je.ri-(it* 1420 New York ave.
" ,OK SALE?THAT ELEGANT RESIDENCE. 1022
Vermont a\e. n.w., ?ith stable attached.. For terms
i m 1
kiid j<#rn.iw?i('U to jnti>ecl. uii'iy to oLULt\ liUOH.
Io3o i street D w. mhlii-on
I^JUE SALE OH LEASE?A FINK LARGE M AN- j
. Hiou, Ju^t completed, ou the corner of l?tU ?utl Oj
?ts ti.w. almost t?n !Massai*ljiirtettH ave.; 'J7 nioius, j
bath, modern iiuproveiueuU aud stable. Price, i
$40,0(^0. TUOb. O. liLNSLV ? CO.,
mi 10 1 in J F ?t. n.w.
FOR SALE ?MISCELLANEOUS.
1JOB SALE- A FINE. WELL-BUILT, ?-YEAR?LD
lnuvy or ridintr hoise. lmiuireat 510 8th st, 11.w.
teliKil*
1.XJR SALE-OAK BEDROOM SET, MATTRESS,
-prill*.-, * .7.50. beaiiiiltil antique c.ak sideboard,
marble top, 432.50, cost 4.5; perlor suiis. extra line,
cheap, uutrack, 42 7.50, cost 455. SlO 5th st n. w.
Jel0-3t?
I'OK SALE?SIXTEEN HI'AD OF YOI N'G HOK?E8
troui\ innnia. coiisisiiii^ of tfood drivers workers,
and two ifuod carriuK''01' 1 ?.ii|sj Loiaes. CjII at 14o5
EM.tt.tf. BUOU QUltfLKV. nij'.'5-loi*
IJHHt SALE?A ti-HOUSE lOWEK PAiNE S SON
vertical eairitie in hrst-clsaa order. Address
ADAMs & HA.vsoN, clopptr's station, Montgomery
count), Mai)laMd. JelO-lw*
I'OK SALE ? GOVERNMENT CLERKS, ATTEN
tion An invesimtnt ui rth liatiiiK. silk Culture,
the peopn i industry. Children, 12 yearaold. make
4300 during\aeatioli: Istdies, from 4300 to 44,100.
Is there uliy other businei.x 111 v.hl? h ilie sulne amoiint
ol capital will yield tins income? 1 he laixjr :i 1
easy, and profitable. All the ca| ital required is
w-li ort.i.j 11, liistalliin nis, ?? \i, 425 dun and 45
p't uioiiih. Deed to land in lee 1 his property has
advanced witniii tlie laat )ear loOper ceut, and in six
mouths' .iluu the incicasu Hili be at least futir timei
the present prn es.
bOUlllEUN SILK ASSOCIATION,
Je3-0t* 4 111 7th st. Ik.xr.
1?OR SALE?A SOI IH AMERICAN lAllKOri
two years old; already a krtH>d talker; verj uand
soiiie and prouiisun;; price, 450. Apply, alter 5 p.
lu., 732 24th st. n.w. Jc8-3t*
I^Olt SALE ? HANDSOME BLOOD-BAY MAKE;
six yearn old. drives single or double: (rood ssd
dier; perlectl> dctitle, very stylish. J. L. UElsKl.LL,
1008 F si. li.w. JeS-Ot
L,'OK SALE
r IMPORTANT!
Actual banralns In a number of slightly used Pianos
and I Hyui.s, in j*rlo t ordir. Sedd on 4.1 payments.
JcS-tul8 1'. ti. SMI 111,1225 I'M. Ave.
1,"OK SALE-A FINE REUlSTERED JKMMttOOW.
due in 3 months by one oi the most lushiouably
bred bulla in the country, owner has no use lor liur.
Address L. X. 8.. star otlice. Je8-3t
l.^Oit SALE -BAK..A1N
i" BliADin Ki IPRIGHT GRAND PIANO,
Used but a few iiioinhs by n thorough muaicUti, and
nearly an t'oisl ;.s now, will be sold lor leva than naif
its 01 iiriual coat.
}eS 3t F. O SMITH, 1225 Pa. ave.
1,iOR SALE-ONE BEAl'TIFl L NEW UPRIGHT
piano in fancy walnut, extra Ii.kIi 0in?h. exquisite
tone, aud a tirsi-cjass piano throuKbout, 4248; easy
terms, lllou W OitCii & CO. S, U25 7th St. n. w.
a.>24-3ni
1JOR SAL1 HEAP-HORSES, BIGGIES. CAK
. riatres, an \ mess, sinKle and double. Also, a lot
ot baled Iiu>. . ply to J. B. R1LE\, Foot of 11th and
Oats, s.w. Je.i-Ot
1JOK SALE ? MANURE FROM ISO HOitSES.
Apply to the Uetropoliuu Railroad Co., No. 2411
1' at. n.w, Je3
For sale?a snap bargain in a fine,
nearly new, 7H octave squsre piano, irraud scale;
nue tone: rosewood case; carved ieirs. all in iierloct
order,cost 4425. Can be had for only $'.'00, includ
ing cover and stool. Monthly payments to suit.
Also, a nice toned rosewood, 7 oct. square piano. In
perfect order, lor only *100, $5 )ier month. Apply
atoucete
THE PIANO EXCHANGE.
Jel Warerooms, 013 Pa. ave.
LOB 8ALE-ANOTHER BARGAIN FOB SOME
J7 one else. Seten-octave Rosewood llano, carved
leirs, very handsome and in hue order: very cheap.
PFLlEFER * CONLlFF, 1231 E at. n.w. myl.t-lm
For sale-at the new york carriage and
Harness Reposltor}'. 466 Pa. ave. n.w? for the next
thirty days, the greatest bargains ever otereil ni the
city in Carriages, Buiririus, Carta, Wayons, Harness,
Lap Robes, Whips, Halters, Sheets, Nets, saddles.
Bridles aud stable (foods, both new and second
hand. Call aud see stock. No trouble to show a'oods.
PainUu# and repainn* properly done. W. F.UtiEtt,
Proprietor. my 23
For sale-new. di sable grave design!
lor Decoration Day, made ot metal leaves aud por
celain flowers; also, iron vases, crooks and terra-cotta
han?in? baskets. SCHMID'S, 317 12th at. a. w.
myl3-lm*_
OR SALE?VARNISHED WAGONS;CARPENTER,
furniture, milk, and feed wstrons; also plaUoriu
apnntc wagons, carriages and butnries: 2 stay as, si
spnntr carta, aud 1 p^n^cart, unjMs/ pra?n ta.
ap0-3m Wostrt ssSlnjrton.
FOR SALE?M1SCELLAXE*>FS
1X>B SALE-A SPLENDID (.A1TU) >AL>l'l7l
Horse; goand an J gentle. c.uj be be irt ii ?t
Howard honae stables. C at., uear titlx n.w )el 1 -M'
Fob sai.e-a flandkad cartTmfdum
height, carries two or fiur ;for lady or eentl< man ;
nearly ?:ew. must be aold. WOOD'S Stable. M t..
bet. 10th aad 17 th *U. jell "
1J?OR SALE-A ONE-HOItSE FAMILY CAKKIAOl .
cheap lor cash. Apily 1707 Peun.ylvania ave.
P.T
I^OK SALK-HORKK lj YEARS OLD, SOrND.
sate for children, tearless of street sweepers,
roller^, and locoinou vea. sian U without hiUhiu*.
works single ami double, accustomed to aadlle, ,7j.
Owner leaving city 1;{30 L at n.w. Jeil-3t*
1X>R SALE-WELL-BRED SADDLE HORSE SM I
for ladies and children; work* amrle au l double,
bright liay. .ltflit years old. $160 Owner lesnnir ltT
1.130 Lst. n.w JelLttt*
iJoL SALE?A GOOD YHUSO HORSE. WKIl.HT
JL 1.300 pounds, will work In all hxruess. sound,
for $100. Call or addreaa J. H. AhEHS, Belvedere
Hotel, City. It*.
1?OR SALE?SMALL SIZE PONT. CART AND
Harness: pony will work under the saddle. A! -< a
pood saddle Horse Can be seeu at JaS. KELEHEK'S
livery stable. 4-5 8th ?t. n.w. Jel l-'?'t*
I^OK SALE?AT COsr-MY EXT IKE STOCK OF
Carriages for the ne*t two weeks to remove. Per
sons in Want of hatv&in* will timl it to their advanl*tf<
to call, as I must close out by th.it time
JOHN M. YoLNU. 4U?and 4S1 C at. n w .
mh30-3m Hear of National Hotel
1x>R sale-XTineTbaT house, seven years
old. kind, gentle, ami perfectl> h< uinl: also btisvy
and harness. Can be mk-u by calling. Iii4^14th*t.
, Q w. Jell?3t*
B|H)B8AIMVIT ARRIVED, 20 BOMBS Vttol
1 Valley of Virginia. tmoDK them some hue draft
and drivers; pnn-s reasonable. bCUL?viKI< & QITG
L Y, in rear of D st. n. w. Jell tit*
UXJK s.\LE-*l!_'5-A CHOICE OF TWO CAU
fornia Ponies; excellent saddler* and brokeu to
harness bXA>KOKD'8 Stable, 18?? Lst. u.w.
Jel l-~t* __
1" 'OH SALI - A LARGE SIZE SHOWCASE, NICK I L
plated. mIkI large counter, all in good order. Can
be seeu at 1548 Kth st. u.w. Jell-Ilt*
J>OR RALE AT PRIVATE 8ALE?A HANDSOME
It row n Horse, t> year* old. l.Vf% bands hitfh.n-a per
fect family horse; a last traveler, not at raid of anything
and will stand without tjin*, ai.no the beautiful Ba\
MareElora; 0 years old. l.r>^ hands, is an e xtra go*ul
roadster; can trot close to minutes; has every f ;ddle
| gait. and perfectly safe tor a lady to ride or drive. aiso
an elewant extension top Surrey t?- seat lour, a hand
some aide-bar top lliifvy, and two sets of Harness. ail
made by standard maaers. and hail caretu! use. W ill
sell separate at a great sacrifice, solely for want of use.
Apply to GROOM,
At Private Stable in rear of Residence,
Jell-rJf 1301 K st. n.w.
1~X>K SALE?AN EXQIISITE TONED. BE A I'll
fully carved, rose Wood. KTE1.NV\AV HA NO.
riiiist be sold at a sacrifice* Can be seen at G. L Wi LD
6; BROs., <0U 7th st. n.w. jel-'Jw*
1?i)U SALE-OVER *-'00 CARRIAGES?N EH AND
second-band?from the best makers. Landaus,
CoujH's. Broughams, Victorias. T-Carts, Village Carts,
Derby and bt-nsinatoii >VagoUs, Busies. Phaetons,
\\ agoiiettes LUd Light Coaches. Also, a large line of
line harness. Special prices to the trade.
Notice?Private lamiUea, desirous of either buying or
selling turnout*, will nnd it to their advantage u> call
OB me, as my facilities tor the purchase and sale of
iiorses. Cai'nages. tiarrcss^c., are ui'sur|?sssed. and
my hirjiag. stabling and htcra^e lacilities are uiie
uualed i*y any entablishrnvnt iu this country. WJtL 1".
DuWNKV. lti^uLbt, n.w., Manuiacturer's A^t.
mhlt>-3ni
1M)ll SALE*?'THE* "OTTO** OA8 ENGINE RE*
. quires no boiler. avoids all exi<ensiTe attendance;
ho 1?'ss of time; no handling of fuel. Send lor circular
and price list. 1>. liALLALF, Ak t, Tdl 7th st. ul'4
COUNTRY HEAL ESTATE.
I^Olt SALE OH EXCHANGE FOURTEEN MIL
hou square feet of land by the acre; within two
miles and in sight of this city ? in lots of frum half
1 to ten acres, location hi>rb. dry, healthy aud betuti
1 ul; no mosouitoes; no malaria, no doctor's bills to
pay . prices low. terms to suit.
Jell-7t R. A. PHILLIPS, 1419 New York ave.
1}OR RENT?$."?0 A MONTH. BELVOIR MANOR:
furnished; ice, u-ardeu, A;c Address ROHExiT
HINCKLEY. 1310 Mass ave. n. w. jell-it1
MET. liRANCH B.Yo. li. l;.
Nicely located lots 50x1 ?5 feet st from 2 to 3 eta.
per foot.
0 acres hiG-lily improved garden land with 4-room
house, $'J,UoU.
Apply to
W H WHFATLEY,
On the premises any time during YVeduesdays, or
other days after 4:35 trai i. myij.">-lm
1"?OR SALE?AT HYATTSV1LLE, MD.. A BEAIT
tifulhome. house nearly new; 13roojis. all the
mod. imps.; water and gas. large and attractive
yrounds within three minutes'walk ol the station;
brick sidewalk to th'? door. To an immediate pur
chaser will l?e sold very cheap. If not sold ma few
days Will be for x-ent. li. H. \S AkiSKit A CO ,
Jel0-.">t 91ti F st. n.w.
1?olt SALE-AT HYATTSILLE. MD.,~THREE
new Louses (S rooms), within ten minutes' walk
i of the station. brick; brick and l>oard sidewalk to the
door. Good opi'ortunity to nr* a home on faTor
able terms. Prices ij.'J 0UU and $3,600.
Jel0-5t li H WAKHUOi * Q0^>1< Ft
1JOB SALE OB EXCHANGE?FOB GUV PftOP
erty a hue farm near Woodbridge station; a new
h"U-c, saw-mill, l?iv<- orchard For particulars ad
dress HUivII 11AMMILL, Oi'coquan, Vs. Jeh-lw*
1JOB HAL1 04 ACRES OF TBE VERY BI ST
tf:ird? !i land within Lslf li< -ur's drive t>t the Center
Market; land under a high ? u!u\atiun, well
improved with line dwelling and outhouses.
lor full particulars apply to J. T. DYER,
JeH-tit i:S04F*t.
Iyjll SALE-AT BRIGHTWOOD. D. C., THE .Tl'NC
tion of 14th and ^th-sts roads snd terminus of
1 new railroad; one place of "? acres, one of 10 a^res,
and several acre lots, all well located on hit^h ground.
n? \v is the time to purchase and receive the l?etietit v?f
In- reasing pneen j?n? 1 iailr<<ad facilities. LOl b P.
bHOEMAjLx.lt* 9*0 I st. t. w j. s-ot
1JOB SALE?34 ACHES OF LAXD NEAR BRIGHT
wood, with tine view overl- okuiv proposed h<? k
| Creek park. Terms easy. LOUIS P. bHoEMAKER,
irjo y st. n. w. JeW-'it
I , bu SALE-ONLY TO I'EBSO'KS WHO V ILL
? improve .several acre-lots near Takoma. on hitrh
ground. Terms easy. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, V?2o
st. n.w. ftm ?>t
M>11 SALE?NEAR PROPOSED PARK ON ROCK
_ Creek, beautiful country place. j?er acre; al?o
OC a?*res adjoining ut 44<>0 per acre. Easy terms.
Jei -tit A. J WHM AKER, f:i07H F st
1
1
X)it sale?
A FARM OF 100 ACRES.
Lying <>u i,ock creek, half mile from
KNOWLEb> STATION
And one mile from
FOREST GLEN,
And two and one-h df miles fiom the proposed
ROCK CREEK PAliK.
This nne yruprty will lx- sold st
PUBLIC AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY, JITNE
1 \N .-LI TH, at TW (J O'CLOCK P.M .ou the prexnisea,
Ihis is of the best quality of Montgomery county
land, and is all in grass except 1 "J acres oi g<?rd
timber It atDoins the handsome farms of Alfred Kay,
Col. spencer Jones and Mr. Gartrell; has a well-shaded
building site, overlooking a tluetan?re of country, the
railroad and Knowiea* Station. The dwelling waa
burned, but there is a barn and tenant-bouse. '1 his
offers a go?Hl opportunity lor an inveatment. either
lor a rentl.-n.an's covntn wMenr ?? <?! U r iunItWob
into "mailer homes, lying so near two of the best s a
tions mi the M 'tropoiiian oram h K l; , and also to tiie
grand National Ris k Creek Park, through whic h fine
urives will Is ? oiistructeA u? the city.
Terms; $*?,000 ^ash; balam e m live annual pay
ments, secured by deed ot trust ou the premises. A
deposit of $*?50 will l?e required at time of s?ile. Con
j vevam intr at cost of rurch ser i iti?-perfect,
i Trains leave b. md O. depot at l*?;3t?. return at 4.
J. tj-."?t r. H. slPHEKD A CO.. sun Buildimr.
! COL 111' ItKOUKLANO
J5 WITH cm Ml,LETS, AVENUES AND CIB
CLES.
FOR SALE.?The liesutiiully situated tract of land
cai!ed "South Br<>cklaud," having l**cu bUtslivided in
accordance witn thet?lauot the city, with streets 110
leet and avenues 130 feet v ide, is now placed <?n tho
market, ltisoxithe hue of the Metroixditan K. R.,
Hoiuli of and adjoining Urooklaud. abvtit one mile
norm of the city, and but a short distauce from the
eli ccric cat s, and near the I"ni\er:?ity Oi.li ten i^iu
utes' drive to the cxtv by Central avenue, all of which
iiw.kes it very denirable, and prv>i*erty which will iai>
itllx increase in v.mie For the present, loia will oe
sold at the low price ?>t iroiu Jtol^ cents, uii e^ay
tcruis. For plats. Ac., apply to
WJU. o DEN 1 SON, F st n.w.,
or to
Je4-lin BEDFORD W. WALKER. 1000 F st. l^w.^
130R SALE-6011H BRtK>KLAND?
J, ST SLBDIVIDED.
lA?ts from Ik-. t?? 10c. per toot; otie-iourth cash, bal
ai'c ? I, *?. and ?? >ears: come in and sel?i*t j our lots.
^ i iu I.LWIs .. HI A i UN. E st n.w.
rOR MALE - -MELRuSE PARE** LOTS; THE
most desirable iu llyattsvillc, Md.; two miiiutea
fu?m stutn n; opjs>.-ite thejvsidence of the late R. K.
Elliot. e?q., coutaiuimr le"t. terms easy,
je.t-lm" ULUl&Ul lHERFoRD, Iii07 F st. n.w.
13UR SALE?SEAR SI ITIOMS UN METBOFOLI
tan branch; irrass grain,fruit, stock,poultry,aud
da<r> larn.s; to ii<M acren; lotj>, cottagea. and coun
try homes. COOKL D. LL'CKL'i l, 036 F at.
my ^5-1 in
SAI.K - TIU: HANDSOMEST TRACT FOR
subdivision iu the vicinity of Washingoti, ;"?u acre*,
known :.s Bnnker Hill Farm, at Brooks, the first sta
tion out on the Met. It. it., opposite the Caiho.ie Uni
versity and near the Electric enr* The streets of
Hiookland abut on this projsTty and could be con
tinued through it. lor full particulars enquire of
luygo-liU _ Hi DIORD W. WALKEB, lOOfll .-t.
I^OR SALE THE MieLEOD FABM. AMOIN1XO
the projKTty of Mr.< Fowler und C. 11 trick, near
Hyattsvil?e,$100 i>er ai-re. Apply to JOHN STEPHEN
l.cal Estate Broker, bladensbunr, Md. n>y*?V-lm
1X)B SALE AND BENT?WASHINGTON GBOVB
Md., several Une Cottages in different parts of thu
Git>ve. 1 ripes, lor sale, $400 to $^,000, and lor rent,
^40 to $ir>U for the season. M. D. PECK, 034 F st.
aplo-'.'m
I-T on SALE-LOTS AT FOkE8f GLEN, MD. THE
mo:4t beautiful location lor a home ouU-ide Wash
ington; only !i, *JW. and 3c i?er foot. J. R.HEI11
lOllD, l leming B;ulding, 1419 G st. mhlti-3ui
T. B. Towner & Sox.
DEALEBS IN Dili" GOODS,
laio 7TH ST. N.W.
Bl?ci Oro, Grain Silk. 75c., ?1. .'J5.
Surah Silk in Black aud Colors. .>0c.
Henrietta ('ushiuere in all colora, 1 yd. wide, -jc.
A11-mo(>1 Henrietta, 37^-*
An extra bargain iu Biack Henrietta,-50c.
Batiste, ob inches wide, 8c.
Challie, 4Hc. Lawns,.'*.
Table Linen, Towela, Nankins. Ac.
Lsdies' Ribbed Vests, '? for ^5c.
All-wool Henrietta, in all colors, 50c.
liite Goods in all styles troxn 5c. up.
Genu* Laundered Shirts, oOc.
Boys' Knee Pants, i!uc.
Boys' Shirt Waisu, made of Outing Cloth. 23c.
Gloria Parasols, gold tippod, reduced to 97c.
Children's Parasols. *?5 and 3&c.
W e have one of the best 50c. Corsets in the citr.
Clark's O. N. T. Spool cotton, 4c. ja4-0xn
Mackinaw Straw Hats.
Fine English Split Straw H?ta.
Boy.' Straw Hats, 50c.. (1, tl.25.
LaJies'Sailor H?ls. CI. ?1.50.
Derby Hut, In Colora, tv>.50, |U0l II aad $5.
tearl Caaalmero Drew Hata, *3.50. ?&
La Toaca Uiubrellaa, <3.00, $&.
leuxuu Outflta.
& a 8T1XKKETZ k SONS.
mya 12*7 taunt
AUCTION SALES.
p HoM AS DOWL1NO. Au> tioL^nt.
"FOR THE JOH5STOWN slFFrnFRS."
FISE rAIK OF H..KKKI- M rt~R
IJ<- AUCTION FOB 1HI lllJiEFIT OF rHi;
JoMS-TeWN SlFFEKKUs.
(h rHI'KM'U. JI.NE 1HIKTFKXTH. AT
FIVEO'CU* tl' V.,in fr^ut ot MUlsrxl m totel I will
m>I1 without r?wrv'. a |>ili of Toon* and ??) lish um l
b. nn, the "f '?>? t" iri>pu t?> tli?
J. in)?t.'*u ?uft?T<*rs aa?l >ioamwJ t ) Mr K. X.
Chspin.
Trr-j *. rut.
jell dt? THOMAS DOWUXO. Aortic
T
HOMAS DO^LINU, Auctioneer.
VAIX\BLF naXPKOVET PKoPFKTY ON NORTH
SU>F OF L STHVKT- BV.TVKFS l?iTH AND
1TTH HTKKKTS NORTHS i ST AT Al 1 ilON.
<">u Tl*KSl)A\. JI NK EKiHTEKSTH. 1mm*. at sl\
O'CLOCK P. M v tc fruit of tLe j*en im-?. 1 mill
the w??st ?7 f***t 4 inches of Lot 5. ia 1 Ml, *?iJ
lot ha vim; a depth of I Ifci f?*et to all aile> fort mnl?*
Tenua. one-Uiird ?-aah. balance it* arul twel%e
month*, with in Ureal, and aecured by a d"?-d of truat
??n the property anld. or all caah. at the purcha^r'a
option, conveyaiu irnr and rw^rdiair at c? at of pur
chu^r. A depofttt of #100 will be re^uirvd at time of
hi!?.
By orrlT of the Tnmteea of th? Catholic Male Benev
olent society.
j lldA. U TnONHs DOWLIXO. Auctioneer.
II ARVFRS. H ARNFs<*. 11 AEXr?*
1 have purchased from a r?*iiaH?? ham?-*niHk. r. vbc
needed money, for flpot cuh, h??* *tock of Cuk:??iu
Mud?a Harnt-na. conaiaUiitr ot an h-s. Ttment of binjrl**
and Doable Bnjtry, Ooun and C?rriatre Harn - I
intend to clo?*e the in out at a Piuall advance on the
cost. Call and examine. You will get a l.Aivai.i if 1
have what will suit you.
k_ BlEGDOWrs STABLLS,
}e4-lra 4 IN ML at. U. w.
>1 OTH FLTES
Are now atiundai t. peraona to lo?.k after t>iHr
Fura. F?*r a small i**r rent uj* 11 their vaiuc we c*c*n
and injure tliem a*ra;n?t all dau.a+re.
14. U. hllNLXl KTZ ft SONS
myCr> 1^37 Fetma. ave.
THE MONIMHNT IX MAY.
Vandalism of Relic Hunt era-Nearly
11,CKK> People Go I'p on the Eleva*?r.
Col. John M. Wilsoa, cetnmi-isioncr of public
building* and ground*, pay* further attention
to the American vandal in his report of opi ra
tions for the month of May in* the following
sentence.
"The relic fiends having stolen a number of
brass letters from the block iu the Washington
monument, presented by the Hwis* confedera
tion, the remainder of the letters were re
moved and the legend cut in the stone."
HEARL* 11.000 PE< >PLE AT THE T<JP.
Continuing. he says that the elevator was
carefully examined during the mouth by an ex
pert from the Otis department, aud everything
was reported in good condition.
Ten thousand eight hundred and ten person*
ascended to the top of the monumi nt during
the month. making a total of llO.ssj hi nee
October i?, ISHS, when the structure opened to
the public. The.
IMPROVEMENT OF THE ORorXDS
around the monument was continued, but was
delayed more or less by rainy weather.
A. contract was made during the month with
H. L. Crauford for extending the granolithic
pavement around the monument and surround
ing it with a curbing.
Work w'.is commenced on the 13tli. and wa*
so well advanced at the end of May that it
would be completed in ten days of that time.
Not Much Material tor a Delude.
The quantity of water in the high service
reservoir in Georgetown is not awe-inspiring,
to say the least of it. There ??? about 1,500.000
gallons of not too crystalline liquid in it yes
terday when a Star reporter examined it. aud
at the most it can not havo more than
I.800.000 gallons. If this was turned loose by a
sudden break it would do but little damage.
It could not shake one of ?the brick hoUM. s,
which are at the foot of its sloping embank
ment; it could hardly break through the i-foot
wall.
Aa expert engineer said to-day that if the
reservoir did br> nk the result wonld simply be
a cleansing of High street f<>ra short distance,
and the churning up of a little mud on some of
the neighboring highways.
A concensus of ojiinion among experts who
know the reservoir is to the effect that the
structure was more than able to withstand any
pressure that could be permitted in it.
A WONDERFTL ECHO.
If. however, the reservoir should go at any
time, one of the most wonderful echoes ever
constructed by the hand of man will go with it.
A word repeated inside the open dome is re
peated and re-repeated until it is lost in so rapid
a repetition that the ear fails to distinguish
anything but a long-dn.wn monotone.
THE VALKYRIE'S COMPETITOR.
It Looks Now as if the Katrina Will
Have to Defeii'l the Cup.
A New York special to the Baltimore Ameri
can says: Gen. Paine, who own* the- yueht Vol
unteer, is evidently tired of spending money
for the glorification of the New York yae'ht
club. It cost the general something like ?100.
OuO to keep the British yachtsmen from sailing
off with the cup, aud after spending that hand
some sum he had uothiug to show for the ex
penditure but the yacht. The New York yacht
club, however, has been very fortunate, for it
has held the cup which Gen. Paine spent so
much of his money to win. and it is ready to
hold on to the trophy as long as somo Boston
or New York mftn will put up the money neces
sary to arranging for and making the rae'e.
But Gen. I'aine is tired. He is trying to
se ll the Volunteer, and here is a splendid
chance which the rich pit mbers of the New
York yacht club will no doubt let slip. The
Valkyrie ha> got to be beat? n. and the Volun
teer w ill probably have tp do it, but if patriotic
Americans expect the old salts e?l the New York
yacht club to put tip t >5.000 or $.10,000 to buy
"the Voluutt i r they will probably be disap
pointed. That is not the kind of fellows that
make up its membership. If some one does
not buy the y.?eht aud enter her against the
Valkyrie, no doubt Mr. Aachinclo??' 70-footer,
the Kj'.tnua. will be called on to do the racing
for the American tide. This sloop has done
excellently, deisnting the Shamroe-k easily ii. a
good wiud. aud in a drift, when it was thought
she eouid do nothing, in a few wee ks the
Titan la will be raced against the Katrina, and
if the latter continues to win there is little
question that the ueit international yacht race
will lie between the Valkyrie and the Katrina.
if a 70-footer is selected, or the Volunteer, if
Americans waut to have an air-tight hold on
the cup. The 70-footers could no doubt attend
to the Valkyrie, but it mi^ht be a trifle risky to
trust it to them.
A LETTER FROM GLADSTONE.
Lord Palmorst oil's Cabinet?The Amerl
cuu Civil War and the South.
A New York special to the Philadelphia I'rtst
says: Henry Clews sent a copy of his "Thirty
Years in Wall Street" to Mr. W. E. Gladstone,
Hud has received a letter of acknowledgment
and a second letter, which is as follows:
"Dt ar Sir: Having expressed my interest in
the portions of ycur work, which I read on the
day of its arrival, I think it would be less than
ingenuous if I did not after reading what re
lates to the cabinet of Lord Palmerston on page
5G, aud in the following chapter, make some
reference to it. Allow mo to assure you that,
so far as that cabinet is concerned, you have
been entirely misled in regard to matters of
fact. As a member of it. and now nearly
its sole surviving member. I can state
that it never nt any time dealt with the
subject of recognizing the southern
states in your great civil war, except
ing when it learned the proposition o{ the Em
peror Napoleon 111 and declined to entertain
that proposition without qualification, hesita
tion. delay or dissrnt. In the debate which
took place on Mr. Hoc-buck's proposal for the
negotiation. Lord Kussell took no part, aud
could take none, as lie was a member of the
house of lords. I spoke for the cabinet. You
will, I uin sure, be glad to learn that there is no
foundation for a charge w hich had it been trne
might have aided in keeping alive angry senti
ments happily gone by. You are, of coursc, at
liberty to publish this letter.
"To your reference on page 70 as n record of
impressions, which I am not entitled to use, I
can make no objection, though you are proba
bly aware that tney were many years ago the
subject of a detailed explanation from me to
the American government and of a most hand
some reply from Mr. Hamilton Fish. 1 remain,
dear air, your very faithful servant,
_"W. E. Gladstojs*."
An Opes Letter from Mrs. Harriet Hr*
bard Atkr?June 7,1889.?During the past two
weeks I have received over twelve hundred let
ters and telegrams of sympathy and congratula
tion. Many of these communications are from
strangers, and a number bear no address. I
should like every human creature who has
thought kindly of me during these past weeks,
and above all I should like every mother to
know how profouodly grateful I am for every
gentle thought or word they have riven me.
In the darkest hour of my life the quick response
to my position as a mother, battling for her
children, came to me aa a "benediction and will
remain with me always.
Hakiuxt Hubbard Am,
Hotel Victoria, Mew York CUf.
CAIiKIAtitC IIUM KS TO STAY.
What Capt. Sjrmuiw S?y? About tfc*
Mutter.
The Patriot Commiwivwn yeeterdny issm J
the following ordtr: "Thf ord? r of M?f 1"
1*<9, iu rrlatuiQ to carriage blocks t? hereby
rt vokt'J. tud attention is called to |Mtf?gr?pb
section 7. of the building rtKuUliont.
which will hereafter be strictly enforced.*
Paiagraph 4 protidit that B
! authorized shall not exceed in dimensions 8 ,
feet by JO loche* nor 8 inchea to height. and in
on cane shall extend beyoud the uiuer lute ot
I the curb."
j Capv. Sttbobi stated to-day in regard to the
war on carriage block* that it originated m the
I fact that aa the officer in direct charge of the
strc, ta of the city, be waa the recipient of many
complaint*, both verbally and in writing, of
damage* ilone by them. that people of the
highest n si>< ctability and of uii.;ue*tioued so
briety had been injured by falling over then,
ant that tli?- *utt< rcr* were both ladies and gen
tlemen. Ottier people complained. h<' aalJ. of
injury don- to their carrucM by door* and
sU pa being brokt n agaiuat the blacks. These
complaints couimg from ao tuatiy sourcescaiiaed
i linil to institute an inveatigation into the aul^
ject. and in addition to the coutpUuuta of injury
done to persous and projarty by thetn. it was
found tli.it iu Uie vast majority of cam the
block* were uot uaed at all. even wheu in pla>~e,
carriages a topping oue aide or the other of the
block to allow the occupanta (t, K, t out or in.
It wh? further fbund that at nearly all the new
iilld elegant niod< ru residence* built in the paat
five or ten yenra. tlx carriage block* are absent,
and that they are. aa a rule, contiued t<V the
older hotlM * built l?efoW tbecommt ncenient of
the era of modern improved atreot*. To further
investigate the Blatter, he wrote to the author
ities ot uio-t of the principal cities of America,
and from theni the reply ?a> practically uuan
imou* that the carnage block in inoderu im
proved streets is
a xrisnv* i\n av rw>'tcr??**T o*?T*rrn<?nf
and is not permitted or encouraged. He was
further influenced to reconiiuend their removal
by a consideration of the extreme aud unques
! tioned unslghtliiiess of many of the block* oo
I the streets and the opinion of the attorney of
the District, that tb< se block* are illegal ob
structions oti the streets. The old board of
Commissioner*, alter deliberation. ordered the
abolishment of the blocks. llii* order brought
out a strong opposition from people who would
be inconvenienced, or liebeved uiey would be,
by its (>? lug carried into effect, and the uew
board of I otuhiisMouers decided to revoke the
order.
t apt. Symons says that he i* sorry that thi?
is the cane, and that the city streets must still
be cumbered up with these unsightly reiics ot
a pa-t age. which other progressive cities have
gotten or are fast getting rid of.
SCKNKS l.\ JOHN MOWN".
The Work nt the lied Cross ( amp?A
tireat Need for Mioes.
Correspondence ut the 1 vmras 8t?s
Jounstows. Fa., Jane 9.
During the last two duya the geueral appear
ance of this calamity-stricken place hat
changed considerably. the mountainous piles
of rubbish having greatly decreased in size
under the active labors of the hundreds ol
workmen engaged in blowing up the sobd
masses aud burning the isolated broken build
ings. Early in the week the work of cleariug
away was hindered by the crowd of visiting
str ingers and the incessant passing aud repass
ing of sad people hurrying (rom oue morgue to
atioth'-r in tLeir trautic search for lost ones.
This mournful necessity is growing less aud
less, and now that numerous delega
tions, sent here on the errands ol
luercy to these suffering souls and bodies,
have placed their relief, and exhausted aud
feverish troiu the constant exercise of sympathy
aud hard labor have left the town, more and
more will those who have the courage to re
main and rebuild home and business realize
W hat they have passed through aud what tl?ty
have lost". Just at present they are only be
ginning to pass from the duzed state to oue of
quiet grief, iheir manner of speaking being
nervous aud excited with no accompany ing
tears. As oue young wouiau said: "They
Shed theiu all while in the w ater all the dark
' night."
Many of the survivors lAve bidden farewell
to this'place of desolation and gone to frieuds
aud relatives in other cities. Inherent institu
tions are sending lor sick and homeless chil
dren.
Miss Clara Barton is here with a corps of
workers located in eight tents over each of
whil li boats a tl ig of the lied Cross association.
Of this corps Philadelphia claims ao with Dr.
J. W. O'Neill iu command. These Philadelphia
physicians are doing noble work for their state,
not a small part o? ?hich is a house-to-house
| Yis.taUon to tilid aud administer to the sick
' and wounded. Aud it is no holiday scene that
ets the eye in the large tent where b usy
nands are dispensing clothing to an eager crowd.
From all quarters, in generous quantities
conic supplies of all kinds, excepting shoes,
and of these there is a great need, the poor
victims who floated in the water lor hours hav
ing cast off their shoes, as well as their heavy
clothing, in their efforts to roach the banka
For the rough walking everywhere over debru
of all kiuds, strong, plain, enduring shoes ol
all sues would be a most Welcome contribution.
After much reasoning aud hesitation, the preju
dice against the sanitary means of fire lias sc
far yielded to better judgmeut that it l*
planned to stop the moving of ail cars to-mor
row and tire the largest piles of debru., which
even tie; use of dynamite has tailed to success
fully break up. 'i bis ?ill dispose ot hundreds
of dead animals of all kinds which are tightly
lodged with logs, broken houses, iron rails, lo
comotive boii>rs, Ac., &cM ad it thin turn, now
Vitiating the air.
Tlie I>eatli Keeord.
During the five days ending at noon to-day
deaths were reported to the health office
as follows: Hannah McKane Prat her. white,
52 years; Lizele Kreaiuer, white, 11 mouths;
Patrick Driscoll. white. 2* years; Geo.
\V. Shrvock, white. 39 years: Elizabeth E.
Mussou. white. S3 years; Btchard Harrington,
white, to! years; John Joseph Elliott, white 8
vears; Thomas Kvan, white, 77 years; Kackel
Cissil. White. 11 months; Wm. Jackson, colored,
67 Vears; Daniel M. Bond, colored. 12 years;
Jefferson Kedley\ colored, 75 years; FUa
Francis Franklin, colored, 5 years; S. K. Book,
white. 46 vears; Charles Banes, white, ?4 years;
Matilda Richards, white, 6tt years; Elizabeth
Sonierville, w hite, 76 years; W, illiam Campbell,
white, y months; Bertha Belle Babsou. white,
14 vears; F. Holmes Taylor, white. 65 yeary
Geo. VV. Taylor, white, 3 years; Bob't W.
Tay lor, white, 6 years; Sidney L. Faxon,white, 1
ytar; Florence Washington. colored, 2 months;
Charles Brown, colored. 2 months; Harry Mit
chell. colored. 4H years: Martha Coates. colored.
23 years; Jefferson Montague, colored. 21 years;
Frederick Thomas, colored, 54 years- ED*
Gales, colored. 46 years; Mary J. Fox, colored,
24 vears; Iloht. Sullivan, white, I month*. M.
K. Mafwell, white. 70 years; Francis M. Vilette
white, 2!> vears; Mathilda F. Gilbert, whits, 44
vears; Geo. F. Carter, white, 4 years; Win. D.
Sims, colored. 65 years; Thornton Garner, col
ored. 36 vears; Cecelia Hocking*. eolonsd, M
vears; Marv Q. Johnson, colored, 84 veer*;
iH.imiltou Burke, colored. 22 years. D.J. Lewis,
colored, 23 vears; Kate Craig, colored, 1 year;
Clarence li. Blackshears, colored, 2 months,
Morton Gannett, colored. 10 months; Josephms
Scott, colored. 11 years: Norman A- Johnson,
colored, 10 months; Eddie Snider, colored. 19
mouths; Marv A. Couklin. white, S3 years;
Samuel T. Main, white, 9 months; Jos. M.
Clark. 21 davs; Thos. Henderson, white, 11
months; John Corbert. white, 1 year; Delin
Gilmore, white, 31* years; Mary C. Murpay,
white. 2 months; Jas. G. Smith, white, <2 >***>
Magdalene G. Awfts. white. 16 yew; lUr* T.
Wheeler, white. 42 vears; Jos. ?. Bupp. white,
9 mouths; Mary E. Petrols, white. 1 year: Mary
A. McCormick. white, 42 years; M^tha A.
Kellv, white, 68 years; Harrison H. Haycock,
white. 6 months: Fannie Small wood ooiored,
47 vears, Adalaide E. Curtis, colored, 4 months;
Violctta Allen, colored, 90 years; Mary Small
wood. colored. 10 months; Mary M. Lylea, col
ored. 2 months: Jane Simms. colored, 66 years-,
Cressie Bouldon, colored, 66 years.
Something Else for the Mew Connh
? si oners to Reform.
To the Editor of Ta* Evaawo Bra:
I am glad to learn from your editorial this
evening that the new Commissioners have de
cided to have their printing done in this city im
the future. Why Dot make the same rule ta
regard to other supplies? Take stationery for
instance. The Commissioner* have always
awarded the contract to the lowest bidder for
the entire stationery contract, bat last year
when a Washington firm happened to be low
est they divided it, giving pert to thetn ?nd
part to an outsider, although the Wsahinrten
firm have to pay 1 per eent taxes here on their
stock, snd the outsider, of course, has none to
par. This wss direct partiality to the onMde
firm, and is specially unfair in view of the test
that V ashingtou taxpayers were discriminated
against in favor of non-taxpavstm. K. J. Bora.
The Senate committee on relations with Can
ads are now in St. Paul on their way east tnm
California, Portland, Seattle and Teeeofc

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