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THIS KDIASA MINERS.
Coal Operators Protest Against any Sym
pathy by the Governor.
I*dia3apolm. Im, Jane 11?A committee
?f coal operator* from 01st county visited
Sot. Hovey yesterday to protest against any
act on the part of the executive indicative of
sympathy with the striker*. They declare that
the scale offered the miners is the highest pos
sible for them to pay, and that if they met the
miners' demands the mines would be operated
at a loss.
It had been intimated that the governor
might uuuc a proclamation showing sympathy
for the strikers. Such action, the operators
declare, would encourage the strikers not to
return to work, and thus increase the present
suffering. The governor would not indicate
what course he will pursue. A committee of
the miner* will call 011 the governor to-day to
lay their grievances before him.
KISSOPHOB1A IN KNC.LAND.
An Attack of that Disease Caused by the
C<?ar'a Treatment of the >iiah.
London. Jane 13.?One of the intermittent
attacks of Rustiophobia. characteristic of British
politicians, is now at its height. The czar, to
use the fitatularifs expression, has again shown
his hand. His atrocious conduct toward the
poor shah who came to Russia by invitation,
and w;m bullied in a manner that was anything
but an auspicious prelude to a pleasure jaunt,
has proved that the tyranical disposition and
native treachery of the Russian monarch are
likely to be exhibited at any time in spite of all
professions of peaceful inclinations. The Lou
don Journals assert in more emphatic tones
than ever that the czar muit not be permitted
to have a slice of Persia, big or little, and the
shah is to be made much of in order to impress
him with the might of England's forces.
ESrgCIAX.LV HER NAVAL SUPERIORITY. *
English officers who have taken the trouble to
master the Oriental languages, especially the
Persian, have now exceptional chances for pro
motion, and those who have done sufficient
violence to inborn prejudices to learn Rus
sian are particularly in demand. It is wise to
be prepared beforehand, and this sudden in
quiry lor subalterns with these unusual at
tainments is significant. 15ut while some stress
is laid upon the circumstance that rather less
than two score British officer* have lately qual
ified in the Russian language, probably not less
than five thousand of the czar's officers speak
and write English thientlv, besides knowing
the dialects of various Asiatic tribes and na
tions.
Expressions of dissatisfaction in India are, as
a general thing, contemptuously referred to by
the English authorities there as bazar talk,
and the protest of educated Hindoos to tho
viceroy against the sale of liquor to the natives
will probably meet with little attention. The
increase of drunkenness has alarmed tiie
moral and religious high castes, who are any
thing but edified at tin example set the poor
and ignorant by their English masters. One
reply called forth by the published protest
from an official is noticeable as an expression
of opinion from one of the superior race.
Drmikcuness. he says, is only prevalent among
the most powerful and progressive races, and
and if the Hindoos are taking: to strong drink
it is au indication of a struggling toward civil
ization.
The Robbers of Paymaster Wham.
Tucson, A. T., June 13.?The preliminary
hearing of the parties who robbed paymaster
Major J. W. Wham was closed yesterday after
noon. Gilbert Webb, Wilford Webb, M. E.
Cunningham. Nail Toilet, Lyman Toilet. Thos.
Tamb and David Rogers wcrt held to answer
before the grand jury. Edward Follett was dis
charged. All the parties held were identified,
and a large amount of circumstantial evidence
adduced against them. Other parties will pro
bably be arrested soon.
Train Dispatchers in Convention.
bviuiruw, I>i>., June 13.?The annual
meeting of the National Association of Train
Dispatchers began here yesterday, the proceed
ing* of the opening session including an ad
dress of welcome by the mayor of ludianapolis.
a response by the president, and the reports of
officers. Seventy-five new members were ad
mitted. making the total membership 750. The
Johnstown flood has seriously interfered with
the attendance.
A Victim of tlie Samoun Disaster.
Has Francisco, June 13.?Lieut. Heath, of
the Vandaiia. died at the Mare island naval
hospital yesterday from pneumonia, the result
of a cold contracted at the time of the Samoan
disaster.
Four Gubernatorial Candidates Stilt.
New Orleans. La., June 13. A special from
Jackson, Miss., says news has just been received
of the withdrawal of Hon. R. 8. Taylor, of
I'aneola, as a candidate for governor. This
leaves four candidates for gubernatorial honors
BU11 in the field.
A Double Tragedy.
Sam Francisco, Cal., June 13.?Mrs. A
Schweitzer was shot by her stepfather. Joseph
iUtoe. at their home in this city last evening.
Rose fired three shot* at her. all of which took
effect, indicting serious wounds. After the
t-hootuiK Rose cut his throat and died within a
few hour*. It is believed the woman will re
cover. Rose was considered slightly insane.
The Sioux Commission.
Valentine, Neb., June 13.?The United States
Sioux commission left Rosebud yesterday after
noon and will reach Pine Ridge agency to-day.
There is every reason to suppose that it will be
as successful there as at tlie Rosebud agency.
Aa Indiana Lynching.
LorisviLLE, Kt., June 13.?James Deavenand
Charles Tennyson, who were arrested at New
Albany, ind.. on Monday, charged with assault
ing Farmer L. A May. near Corydon. Ind.. a
week ago. whom they shot and severely wound
ed while attempting to rob him. were taken
from the Corydon jaU by a mob at a late hour I
hut night and lynched.
Bob Younger Dying In the Penitentiary.
Stillwater, Miss., June 13.?Bob Younger,
the youngest of the three famous bandit
brothers, is dying in the penitejitiary here,
where the three brothers have been confined
for fourteen years for murdering the cashier of
the First National bank of Northfield, Minn.
The physicians say that Bob can live but a few
days longer.
Missouri's Anti-Trust Law Don't Work.
St. Louis, Mo., Juue 13.?The anti-trust law
recently passed by the Missouri legislature is
creating gigantic trusts by the dozen. The
latest is a trust of C25.000.000. which takes in
all tho plug tobacco manufacturers of the
United State*. Their scheme is claimed to be
one of ?elf-proteetioiL All manufacturers will
sell out to one company, and then take stock to
the amount of the valuation of their plant.
Leggett A Meyers and Druuimond A Co., of
this city and P. I-orrilard, of New York, are at
the head of the affair.
High Lionise in Dakota.
Chicaoo. June 13.?A special dispatch from
Yankton. Dak., says: The law increasing the
liquor tax is now in force. The retail liquor
license has heretofore been $300 per annum.
Undei the new law the lowest tax that can be
imposed is jKOO, and may be placed as high as
? 1.600 at the option of the county commission
era. There are twenty-five saloons in Yankton,
and after July 1 there will probably not be
more than five.
Two Murderers Lynched.
Hcntsville, Tenn., June 13.?Lloyd and
Be; no Ids. the murderers of the wife and son
of Rev. Mr. Harness, were taken from jail here
on Tuesday night by a mob of masked men,
and hanged to a tree. The men confessed their
guilt.
Forest Fires In Wisconsin.
ScrZBiou. Wis.. June 13.?A terrible fire is
?weeping the forests south and west of here,
and unless the weather change* soon the low
will be enormous. Already over half a million
dollar*' worth of pine has )>een destroyed. The
districts tributary to the Nemadji and .St. Inula
fivers, in Wisconsin and Minnesota, are sutf< r
ing terribly. 1 he smoke from the burning dis
tricts is ulMcnrmg the sun and rendering diffi
cult the entrance of vessels into the harbor.
Much of the pine on ths Cloquct recurvation at
already wiped out. A strong wind was blowing
from tne southwest last night, and rural vil
lages are threatened with destruction. The
fires are raging from the 6t Croix to Northern
Pacific Junction.
Arrested for Murder.
PAiiiUBt iio, W. Va., June 13. ?John Cum
mins has been arrested fsr the murder of Jos.
Smith, a sou of Rev. Jonathan Smith, a Baptist
clergyman in Roan county. Young Smith had
alienated the affections of Cummins' wife, and
her refusal to longer live with her husband is
believed to have led to the tragedy.
A CHINESE CITY BURNED.
Three-fourths of the People of Luchow
Said to Have Been Destroyed.
Sax Fraxcwco. June 13.?The steamer City
of Pikiug arrived yesterday from Hong Kong,
via Yokohama. The Shanghai Courier of May
10 coutains news which the latter received from
a eorrexpondent at Chung King to the effect
that Luc bow, a city of some importance in np
Ser Pangtszo. was reported as being nearly
estroyed by fire about a month previous.
He vi ii"out of'the eight gates of the city are said
to have been destroyed, and the loss of life in
burned and trampleil to death id estimated at
10,000.
Commenting on this the Shanghai Cotirier
says: '? In case this startling news is true it is
a remarkable fact that it ha." not reached
Shanghai before now, as it is just a month since
the tire was reported to have occurred. Still
this is not com. lusive proof that a great disas
ter has not happened, as a mouth is not too
long a time for a letter to reach Chung King.
We met a gentleman in Shanghai to-day who
was in Ichang less than a mouth ago. and he
informed us that a mandarin w is a fellow pas
senger with him as far as Hankow, and he told
him about the fire, mentioning that three
fourths of the people of Lucliow had been de
stroyed."
A ROMANTIC MARRIAGE.
A Casino Chorus tilri Klopes with Her
Fencing Master.
New York, June 13.?One of the most ro
mantic of stage marriages of lato is that of
Miss Edgenuuth Starritt, one of the prettiest
and best singers of Mr. Aronson's ??Brigands"
chorus. She has left the company and married
her fencing master, Signor Paulo Bcllochio.
The last time she was seen at the Casino was
ou Moudav. On Tuesday her aunt appeared
and said sne had eloped with the sworosnian.
He is thirty-five and she but nineteen. Mrs.
Bellochio hails from the bluest blood that con
stitutes the aristocracy of Brooklyn Heights.
Her connection with the stage is of recent
date. Her surviving parent is an indulgent
father, and seemingly his only gratification in
life is to bow to the wishes of his ouly child.
This ouly child became enamored of the stage
and pleaded with her father to at least give
her a chance of making her name as a
singer. After much persuasion he yielded and
diu so gracefully, although with many mis
givings. her first appearance being made in
January last as one of the choristers in the
"Yeoman of the Guard." On account of her
attention to business, as well as her beauty and
singing qualifications, she was soon sent out by
Aronson, of the Casuio, to join his road com
pany number two. in which she was Captain
Iteld'uuy in "Erminie," and ltaine Carriithera
in "The Yeoman of the Guard." Previous to
this the young lady was romantic enough to
form an acquaintance with Signor Bcllochio,
who in his own land is a nobleman, but who
gives fencing lessons for a living in this coun
try. It is learned that Signor lieliochio is not
rich, but as the chorus girl he has married will
come into a fortune ou the death of hex father,
he may be called lucky.
TIIK NUMBER OF VICTIMS.
I
Seventy-four KUit-d In the Armagh
Disaster.
Prnux, June 13.?The number of victims by
the railroad collision near Armagh yesterday
now aggregates seventy-four. The latest ad
dition to the list of dead is a boy named Cle
laud, whose parents aud two brothers were
killed in the accident. CleUnd died to-day
fronr. injuries received. A number of others of
the injured are in a critical condition. The
scenes uround the infirmary at Armagh to-day
are pitiful in the extreme. Crowds of anxious
relatives aud frieuds are inquiring for missing
children.
STRIKING SEAMEN.
The Steamship Lines Cannot Get Crews
for Their Vessels.
Liverpool, June 13.?The agents of the
steamship lines are experiencing great trouble
in obtaining hands for their vessels. The strik
ing seamen present u solid front at ull the ports
and show no signs of yielding. The only break
in their ranks reported has occurred at Queens
town. At that port the agents of the Anchor
line steamship City of Home succeeded in in
ducing seven firemen to ship on that vessel to
day. completing her complement of sailors,
and proceeded on her way to New York. Four
teen sailors are waiting at Quccustowii to join
the crew of the City of New York of the Inmau
line when she reaches that jiort.
THE CZAR'S SPEECH.
It Was Directed Against Germany as
Well as Austria.
Yif.sna. June 13.?A Berlin letter in the
JYiss* says the impression is increasing in Ger
many that the czar's remark at a banquet in
St. Petersburg recently, that the prince of
Montenegro was the sole sincere friend of Rus
sia, was directed at Germany as well as Austria.
The letter says the repetition of such an inci
dent would banish all hope of maintaining
peace, aud points to the continued streligtluu
mg of the Uussian armaments ou the western
frontier as an indication of Kussut's hostile in
tentions.
FRANK JAMES* SlICIDE.
Arrested for Using Dynamite, he Hungs
Himself in Jail.
Chicago, June 13.? A dispatch from Bowling
Green. Ohio, says: Frank James was arrested
Tuesday night on a charge of attempting to
blow up Mrs. Mertie Williamson's house with
dynamite. He was put in the town jail, where
he committed suicide by hanging himself with
a pair of suspenders. Mrs. Williamson is ap
plying for a divorce from her husband and ,
James has been trying to g''t her to promise to 1
marry him as soon as she got the divorce. As 1
sho refused it is surmised that James under
took to further his suit by threatening to blow
her up with dynamite. Tuesday evening, dur
ing Mrs. Williamson's absence. James, who was
about half-drunk, was discovered in the cellar ,
asleep, with a big dynamite cartridge attached !
to a fuse in his hand. The police were notified <
and James was arrested after a severe struggle i
and was placed in jail, where he commuted i
suicide as above sti-ted.
The Fastest rime from Hong Kong.
New York, June 13.?The ship State of
Maine, of Newcastle, Eugland, arrived yester
day from Hong Kong, after a voyage of 92 days,
which her captain claims to be the fastest time
on record.
A Shocking Tragedy at Touleise.
Paris, June 13.?A shocking tragedy has oc- |
enrred at Touleise. A farm laborer named I
Bouquet, who was employed by Farmer Serris, j
in revenge for being dismissed killed Serris. |
his wife and daughter aud two other persons i
living ou the farm.
A Steamship Ashore.
Boston. June IX?The steamship Bavarian, j
of the Leyland line, while being towed from j
her dock last night, went ashore on the bar off
the navy-yard. She listed considerably at
lower tide, but lies in an easy position. Tugs J
will try to take her off next tide.
He Killed a Hurglar.
Saccarappa. Me., July 13.?Edward J. Kim- |
ball shot and probably fatally wounded a man
named James White, who was endeavoring to
burglariously enter Kimball's store last night.
Kimball's store was entered by burglars some
time ago. and since then he has slept on the
I premises.
Must Deal More Severely with Anar
chists.
ILoxdox, June 13.?Bossia, Germany and
Austria have sent an identical uote to the Swiss
government advising it to deal more severely
with anarchists and socialists.
The Typographical Convention.
Denver, CyL , Juile IX?Most of yesterday's
session of the typographical c onvention was
devoted to the consideration of proposition*
for the establishment of homes iu various
cities for aged printers. The convention
don*ted tSOO for the relief of the Johnstown
, bttSuruM, 1
? Oil' i ?? ? j ? * . < .
A Plug-Tobacco Trust. i i
Chicago, June 13.?A special dispatch from
St. Louis says: The latest is a trust of ?25,000,
000, which takes in all the plug tobacco man
ufacturers of the United States. Their scheme
is claimed to be one of self-protection. All
manufacturers will sell out to one compauy
and then take stock to the amount of thu valu
ation of their plant. Leggett A Meyers and
, 1 >i ummond A Co., of thu city, and P. Loril
lard, of New York, are at the head of the affair.
I For (MKtr Ttiegraptoc Acui tie* 2'ayet 1 and 0.
personal mention.
It is announced that the marriage of Miss
twESZVf*1* .??d 5?r- Head- of California,
w r> . Francisco in September.
Mr. P. E. Chapin, of 1221 Connecticut avenue,
g* Wili leaT? to-morrow for Boach
the WMoi 6 ' haT0 a cottage for
It is announced that the wedding of ex-8ec
pt7aS,iSCljn,er W,U n?ttak?
3Irg. C. Skidmore and her daughter. Miss
Matt.? accompanied by Mrs. M. C. Cook, left
; T",lV for AU??tlc where they will
spend the summer.
Captain aud .Mrs. Robert Armour hnve is
sued cards for the wedding of their daughter
S . u !r, h- F"ster- Nineteenth U.
thi uw ?> be.helJ at "oon next Tuesday, at
the W estern Presbyterian ehureh.
Mrs. Marie Le Brown held a "Conversation"
apon Psjchio Science" at her residence last
evening.
Mrs. W. R. Handy, the daughter of Senator
i ,\e": Oregon, is very low at her home,
lJ-o G street, with peritonitis.
^>r* Billings sailed yesterday for a short
trip to Europe for the b. no fit of his health. A
'' dispatch from England this morning
announces that Oxford university will confer
an honorary degree upon Itr. Biliings.
W'fddliixs.
Lieut. Albert Gleanes. of the navy, and Miss
| Evelina M. Heap, sister of Paymaster Heap,
we arried at St. John's church last evening.
Rev. itr. Leonard performed the marriage cere
mony of the church. The bride was escorted (
to the aitar by Lieut. R. F. Nicholson, her |
brother-in-law. Miss Maggie Heap acted as
ner maid of honor. She was met at the altar
by the groom, attended by Mr. Charles Porter,
j of Nashville. The bride wore a dress of white
satin, the front of the demi-trained rkirt cov
ered with crepe lisse in accordion plaits. Tho
bodice was cut V-shaped, back and front, and
draped with a bertha of the crepo lisse. Her
tulle veil had a bunch of white blossoms hold
ing it in place against her hair, aud her
bouquet of Pnritau rosebuds was tied with
Jong streamers of white ribbon. The maid of
honor wore whito muslin and Valenciennes
lace, Josephine bodice with high puffed sleeves.
After the weeding a reception was held at
tlio rosidenco ot the bride's mother. The bride
and groom left on the 10 o'clock train for the
north.
A large assemblage of the friends of the two
families witnessed the marriage of Miss Bertie
Adams, daughter of Dr. E. A. Adams, to Mr.
ILouis D. Geneste, last evening at their future
residence. 224 5th street southeast Rev. Dr.
Chester read the marriage service. A recep
tion followed tho ctremony, and later tho
couple left on a trip to the north
* c .arri1ag?,?f Mr. Martin Schlomer and
-Miss Kate Apple was solemnized at Grace
n?hter*th n ?' ?V3th Tuesday
in0ht, the Rev. K. Ct. Tressel peforming tho
ceremony. The ushers were Messrs. George |
s r< !\- ,rot ar of the Kro">" Frank
i i hi. i ceremony a reception was
held at the homo of the groom, 1*24 7th street
4 th*southwest.t0 U9t'kecpUig L 8treet- ?????
Transfers of Ken I Estate.
Deeds in fee have been tiled as follows: W.
May so to Robert 1*. Smith, sub 87, sq. 360;
?3.000. Albert Behrend to Amelia M. Simms,'
sub 16, blk. 25. Columbia heights; ? . H. G.
Lewis to John S. Foster, sub 78, blk. 28. Long j
Meadows; 81,300. E. M. Darneille to T. J. |
Stanton, sub 230. sq. 074. $3,200. W. L Beck '
w C-HiUeary, pts. lyy and 201. B.'s add. to
,J;irtwo11 to Jessie L. l'earce,
undivided half lots 34. 35. w. 40, 42. 48 a'J
01, 08. and 73. Prospect Hill; *J. I>. Kitcli
to Thomas McEnery, lot 0. blk. 5. EtHngham
place; ?3.200. C. H. Butter et al. to \V H
Gnmshaw, n. U 0, sq. 5?3; Maggie Dul
Jail to It. A. Morrison, sub 70. sq. 76; t?. S.
Ldmunson to Lobt. Edmunsyn, lot 6, sec. 8
Barry farm; ??. J. F. Rod"rs et al., trus
tees, to Caroline Sutherland, lot 8, blk 25
Kalorama heights; *1.500. Julia A. Jacobs to
C. G. Rmgwalt, pt. 11. sq. 81H; . T. A.
t0 ^ur>' Salter, sub 21), sq. 9C0;
Cd,VvU,
Tho " Irrepressible Mot her-in-Law."
Mrs. Florence Raines, in tho Police Court
to-day, showed Judge Miller a penknife and
charged that her husband threatened to cut
her throat with it. Tho woman left her hus
band, Edward Raines, in Northumberland
county. Va., and came to this city, where he
soon followed her. He denied tho charge.
Judge Miller, in disposing of the case, said
that, as usual, the irrepressible mother-in-law
was an important figure in the case. In prder
that the woman may be fully protected the
judge said he would require Raines to give
bonds in tho sum of *300. The judge also told
him that when he made arrangements to leave
the city and return home he would be re
leased.
??Your honor," said Policeman Slack, ' I'll eo
on bin bond."
"Mow long have you known him?" inquired
the court of the oliicer.
"Never before I saw him in court this morn
ing. replied Officer Slack; "but I don't think
lie would injure a hair in the womnn's head."
1 he judge warned the man about his future
conduct and also told the wife that she must
not lav any scheme to entrap her husband and
provoke him to commit a violation of the law
i'iie court will protect her, but if she does not
Mo right she need not ask any further protec
tion.
Tile Death Record.
During the twenty-four hours ending at noon
to-day deaths were reported to the health office
as follows: Jos. Le Roy Farden, white, 30 years;
Enock K. Stwert. white, 1 month; Mary C. Mo
ran, white. 57 years; Kdward Connors, white, 1
month; Patsey Bevely. colored. 70 years; Geo.
Bryant, colored, 5 months; Leon II. Lomax,
colored, 10 months; Ernest Hunt, colored, t)
months; Win. Wilson, colored, 74 years.
Mahm.uie Licenses.?Marriage licenses have
been issued by the clerk of the court to Be nja
min I-. Bhdtcy and May Nelson; John C. Rinc
hart, of Shephcrdstown, \V. Va., and Katie C.
Harlen. of htauutou, Va.; Chandler R. Richard
son and Anna M. Derring uee Brooks, both of
Lexiugton, Mass.; Thomas \V. Cnggins and '
Anna M. Boweu; Wilson Bowser and Lizzie 1
Mitchell; Rob't 1>. Weaver and M. Teresa Holli- i
nan; W. H. W". Fletcher and Annie E. McD. '
Faulkner; W. S. Taylor, of Alexandria, Va., and i
Florence W". Howard; Jos. Derby Stewart and
Emma Gillem; Jas. W\ O'Rourke, of Covington,
\a., and Estelle L. Johnson; Eugene V. Chelini
and Aurelia Seufert.
The Cocoanut Crab.
From the Scientific American. ?
On the A^ala inlands, in tho Indian ocean,
there is a very strange crab. He is known to j
science as the birgus lutro, or thief crab, and !
his depredations are carried oil in the cocoanut
groves, which abouud on these islands. This
crab grows to be 22 inches long, measuring
from the tip of the tail to the end of the !
long claw, and resembles in general appearance
the hermit crab. The abdomen is 11. shy and
not covered with a shell, aud iu order to pro
tect this it is the habit or the thief crab to take
forcible possession of a shell or the Trochial
family, in which it lives. It is nocturnal in its
operations, and has the faculty of selecting the
trees having the finest cocoanuts upon them.
Climbing ut> the trunks, frequently for 25 feet,
it reaches the limbs and severs thesteius which
! attach the nuts to the branches. These are j
l frequently us thick as your three fingers and I
| would require a strong knife. Having brought :
down ti?e. nut, the crab now descends to the 1
ground, digs a hole and rolls the cocoanut into
it. Ho then commences to tear off the husks, ;
filter by fiber, until the nut is completely ex- !
posed, and then breaking in what is known as j
the eye he eats the meat completely out. The !
fibers stripped off the cocouuut by this crab
will frequently fill a bushel basket, and they j
are gathered for making mattresses, and are ,
also twisted into ropes. Cocoanut groves are i
cultivated by those who make a business of
extracting the oil from the nuts, to be used for
illuminating purposes, and the depredations of
this crab ure ot u very serious character, in
many cases the efforts of the natives to ex
terminate them proving fruitless.
A Most Singular Birthmark.
From the TriuiJaU Advertiser.
A singular freak of nature has presented
iteelf in K1IW. O* Sunday Sirs. T. Howard,
of that phico, witnessed a balloon asceasiou,
and on the succeeding Tuesday presented Mr.
Howard with ? nlc? littlo boy, which tears a
singular birthmark, which is nothing more nor
'less than a perfect repnuajatation of. the
balloon. The photograph, as it might be
oailed. is loentdd just above. the eyes on tho
forehead, and every outlino of the' balloon is
boldly portrayed in .purple lines in the skin of
the infant. Even the patch on the airship can
be seen, being reproduced by a patch of white
skin. The photograph is perfect. Mr. Howard
and wife went to El Paso with the Mexican
theatrical company, and are well known to the
profession.
Charles Acker, the New York peddler, who
shot and killed Jacob Tash, at Princeton, N. J.,
about three weeks ago, was convicted of
?laughter in Trenton yesterday.
WANTED?HELP.
UrASTKD-HEAl) WA1TBKS AND CARVEB8
l' forn-sorta; women for I'lnla.leli hla and elec
wher*; this city; chamber maids, cook*. waiter*, (arm
and dairy haC'U, 4c. (lUt-mare room, trunk* *tored.l
Jel3-3t' BlkNBAM'8. 1?10 i'tli ?t. n.w.
W ANTF.X>-IXTEXJ-IGKNT WHITE BOY, ABOUT
V* fifteen year* of a?re. in real mute office; wage,
nodiiual until he become* useful; reference* required.
A<1 Ire** BEAL ESTATE. Staroftoe. It
WAXTED^OOObCOOK, WASHES AND IKONEB
to go north at once. Call 20"io Uillyer Place.
Jel3-3t?
WANTED?A WHITE OIBL AS CHAMBERMAID.
Call at 387 St. s.w. Jel 3-St*
WASTED A M 11)11 LF.- AGED COLORED WO M AN
to take cart1 of young baby. Apply at 1111 irth
*t. n.w. Jcia-.'lt*
\\T AN TED?A GOODINSTAXMENT CAXVASER
M at once; salary and commission to right man.
Apply at Room s, 10lo F street, it to IS and'2 to 4
o'clock. It*
\V" ANTED- MKX AND WOMEN COOKS. $10 TO
" #75. Chambermaid*. Laundresses. Drivers.White
Shirt Ironer*. Qsrdenen, Farm and Dairy Men. Help
of all kind*. DICK'S Agency, 013 7th *t. n.w. jel -i-'.'t*
WAXTED-Wi )M EX cooks. #10 TO $41)7CHAM
bermaids. nurses and laumlresses. in city or away,
waiters, drivers or farm hands; colored men cooks,
SAM'LA. COOMBE, !?'.'tj F st u.w. It*
\kr ANTED?ONE OOOD KIOQEB AXD ONE CAB
vT penter. 3.1 Corcoran building. Je 1 'S-Jt*
WANTED-A WHITE OIBL TO DO GENERAL
vv housework and to assist in taking care of child;
must have good references. Apply at No. 704 Q st.
n.w. Jel3-;Jt"
W A N TED A SKTTLi: D COLORED WOMAN TO
v . cook. wn*h nil Iron in a small family. Apply to
Mr*. SIl.NEMKl/i. Kouesaw ave., between 14th
and 15th sts., Mount Pleasant, jel3-3t
\\TANTKD-U1KL FOB LIGHT HOUSEWORK; NO
TT washing or irouiim; references required. lSl'.'P
st. n.w. It"
WANTED -K~COLOIU.D WOMAN- TO MINTTa
child; one who is willinc to travel. Apply, with
reference*, 1 333 Wallm-h Place n.w. Jel
WANTED-A OEXTLEMAN ABOUT TWENTY
tive years old can flnd a plucc as collector; must
have * xp? rkehce and come well recommended. Ad
dress B. F., Star ottiec. Je 1 :t'_'t*
WANTED A WOMAN TO COOK. WASH. AND
11 iron, with reference. Apply to 1107 P st., after
!l o'clock a. m. It*
\y antkd-aToi no man with"some kxi lh
* i ienee in shoe business; come Well recommended.
Apply 3130 M str.i t. It*
W ANTED?KXI'EKIENCED SALESLADY IN A
ly dry goods business, must be well recommended.
Apply at once at llt'-'ti 1'eiina. ave. n.w. Jel3-3t
WANTED?A WHITE liuV FROM 1 TO 14
years old for light work. Apply alter 3 p.m.,
at K2813th st. u.w. it*
WANTED - \N ACTIVE, WELtT"EDUCATED
it Lady, one disposed to learti a good business and
to advance in it preferred; salary to start $8 weekly.
Apply 11) a.m. THUrJ? & CO., 4.10 7th u.w. It
WANTED-YOUNG MAN> ls OK 20 VEAB9 OP
11 age, agood penman, quirk ami accurate at fig
ures, as entry clerk. Address P. O. Box No. 5M0. It*
W ANTED-FI BSiT-l.'LASsTrH 1RT "OPEBATOlts";
11 no other need apply. P. T. HALL, 5~1 1 ltli ?t.
n.w. Jelo'-t
W ANTED?A Ci(>ol> GERMAN OIBL FOB OEN^
" ral housework at i'HEO. PLITX'S, 15th and 0 sts.
n.w. _ jel:i-jif_
HT ANTED-A. CARRIAOE PAINTER A1' (,i. \V.
11 MASON'S, '.'703 M st. n.w. It'
W ANTED?AN HON EST RESl'F.CTAllLK WOMAN
11 to cook, wash, iron, and must stay nights. Apply
7:i5 i:ith st. n. w. je 1 '.'ov*
W AN ri'.D^ABT AGENT FOB EVERY COD!rf
It and city in Pennsylvania and Maryland to sell
Eureka Insect Fluid. \ < ry little capital is needed.
Profits large. Every family needs it. Agents already
in the lielu sell it rapidly. Call or address J. L. BOYLR
& CO., 313 4V6 st s.w. Jeltl-at
W ANTED-A WHITE GIRL TO COOK AND DO
tt housew ork in a family of three; no washing- Ap
ply t - 125% loth st.n.w. j. l'-Mlt*
W AX'l ED - A GOOD COLORED WOM AN, VEGE
11 table and pastry cook for hotel iu this city. Ap
ply Basement d<sjr, 13:20 F st. n.w. JelU-'-Jt*
\y ANTLD-AN HONEST, CAPABLE WOMAN, TO
It cook, wash and iron. Good wa^es. Call at 3319
U It.,Qwrp 1 own. 1>. C. Jel'.'-3t*
"WANTED AN EXI E1UENCI D NIGHT WATCH
li man in a livery stable. Apply to S1XSHEIMER
& FRANK, G st. n.w. Jelt!-3t
WAMEli- IMMEDIATELY - FEMALE HELP,
it w lute and colored; headquarters for cooks, wait
ers, laundresses, coachmen, noun-workers; positions
promptly tilled; register lor work. write or call for
help. Eureka Employment Ag-ency, U10 1 st. n.w.
Jell-at" _
W ANTI D-IMMEDlATELY-TWOCOA'l.ilAKERS
11 for Salisbury, N. C.; steady work and gissi w;M*t,-s.
Apply430Bthnt. n.w., M. BELCHER. .ie-11 -:st *
XVI ANTED?TWO WOMEN, WHITE PBEPEBBED,
II one as cook and tlie other as chambermaid; must
do the wasliinr and iroiiim; bet wean them and be will
ing to go to the country lor the summer. Apply at
1347L?t. n.w. Jell-3t*
WaNTED - Dl NDORE'8 EMPLOYMENT BlT.
II remu, conducted by ladies, men and women,
w hit** and colored, tor ail kinds of domestic labor, for
D;strict and states, with references. 717 M st. n.w.
Jel 1-1 m*
WAN 1 ED?-A~GOOD TtELIABLE YOUNG MAN
II for delivery of iroods; must have good address and
come well recommended. Apply SWISS STEAM
LAUNDRY. J- 1 l-4t
WANTED-CANVASSERS FOR WATCH CLUBS;
11 a good living f<jr active, energetic men. ses-urity
required for samples furnished. lr."?!> Pa. ave. Jell-at
: ANTED?LADY AGENTS To SI-ILl i iTe MME.
Williamson Corset. largest sale of any patent
corset in the market; good territory. Apply Agents
Manager, is S. tith St., St. Louis, Mo. jeS-5w
Wonted-chambermaids, nurses ~iro"B
if Cape May and Atlantic City. House women, men
and boys for Washington. Applications lor govern
ment positions prepared and filed. CITY INTELLI
GENCE Ol F1CE, <110 n.w. Jeh-iit*
WANTED-AGENTS, EITHER SEX, FOB BOT
II tied Electricity, gttatest Catarrh and llrauacho
Cure ever seen; some agents are making 450 a day.
Address U. S. liO.ME >11G. CO., E. Dept.. Chicago,
Ills. JeS-tit1
WANTED-AN ACTIVE MAN LOCATED OCT
II side Washington, salary $70 to ilOO |n>r naoiitb,
to represent in his locality an old house; references
exchanged. Bl SlNESS, Lock box ltUU, N. Y.
Je0-tb,s,4w
W ANTED-M ANAGErToN SALARY $2,000 PER
11 year, to ojs-n br anch office in your locality. busi
ness purely mercantile; - ne that will inspire jou with
pride, pleasure,and profit; trade established; no can
vassing or 1 eddimg, a rare opportunity. J. E. SlIEP
ABD. '^5 and W. 5th st., Cincinnati, Ohio. my'.'4
W AN 1 ED-I.i AliM.bS FOB PBOF. CHRIST
ii M.It's New International Tailor svntem of Dress
and Garment Cutting with inch rule and tai>e measure
alone; no scales, and the oiny system used that Is
bas? d upon s, ii nt:tic tailor principles. System taught
by Mine. S. J. MLssER, 1303 11 st.n.w. my 15-lm*
WANTED?SITUATIONS.
WAXTKD-BY A ltESl'KCTABLE, SETTLED
f ? tvliite woiuan, a sit nation a? iirst class cook;
rt le re lie 1-K arisen, l'lcane call at 50.) *JUtU ?t. n.w. It*
%V ANTED?SEHVICE PLACE AS CHAMbElf
" in aid or uurac. Ai?ply ai lull M st. u.w. Kood
r? fereucea. It*
\VANTKD-CK) TO WCK'8 AGENCY FOU COOKS.
f ? IlouHeiuaids, Waitress, Nurnt u, Lanxidn-Hs^Coach
iisvii, liutlcrn, Waitcis and K^u^ral hou^ewurk. tllli TtU
bt. u.w. AIho Eiiroi'can Stoauisbip a^rent. Je 13-*it*
W A NTLl? - A I llLAlR^l AlU KUS ?1HKN11 R>NS
? f for cookH. chainbt rinaKt, waitrcaa, luundre.HS and
n?rh<-.s, .Mtaiiipitre.sH. Men waiters, <;ooKh# coaclimen,
butlera. SAM L A. C(JOMBL, F st. u.w. ll*
\\TANTED UY TWO KKSi'LCTAliLK WHITE
? ? g'lrls, situations; one ascook, oth r us cliauil?er
maul; no olijectiou to leave city lor the summer; ref
cicnco K'lven. l'iease call at 1 K ?t. n.w. Jelii-tit*
ANTED JJV A KESPECTABLE". COLORED
_ ontli. a sitnation to go away as a l>ell boy. or to
po away vs ith private family us ja'Ueral lieix>. Ad?ln
I'M"..' lUth st.ll w. It*
Uf ANTED BY A YOI NCI HAM WITH A KNOW
ledtre of short-hand w riting a I oKition as copyist.
Oood rc terences. Address COl'ilHT, Star olllcc.
Jeia-3t#
WANTED J>V TWO COLOK?D OIBL8, FUCB9
ff with families goiug out of town for the summer;
one its cook <>r laundress, the other as chambermaid;
K?x>d referenc es. Call J 110 vl?t st. u.w. Jel.'i-^t*
VV ANTKI, HV A VOUNU LADY EXPEltf ENCED
? Y jii letcbioiTift home in a urivMe family in vx
rhange for services rendered; willing to travel. Ad
dress Miss J. U., Staroilieo. It*
\\7 ANTED?BY A COMPETENT WHITE OIBL,
tT bituuth n in a private family as cliaml?enua;d or
general housework in small family; no washing or
jCoiiiii?f; willing to travel; city reference; AP-^sa
chusetts ave. u. w. jeKl-Vt*
VET AN TED-HIT UATION8~IbK CtX>KS,*~W AlT
f ? ers, Maids Drivers, Housckee^era, Bartenders,
Stairndn useti. Hostlers, Kitchen, >arm, and Dairy
Ha:ids, &??. (Cities, country, und resorts.) 1H itN
li v.\t s,uio9thst. n.w.
fVANTED?BT A B86R90TABL1 OOLOBI I'
" woman a place as waitress or nurse ; williiiKto
leave the city; best relereucca. Call or address cor.
P and ^Ist sts. u.w.
WANTED?BY KEHPECTABLE ENGLISH~COU*
f ? pie plare to U?ok alter property or mind and clean
honsi* for summer for small pay; can furnisb *,rood
references. Address VV*. AM UO O st. s. w. Jel^-.'Jt*
\V ANTED- H0U8EKEEPE1IS, 44 ATTENTION*^?
ii Order your servants, roi^ins registered, no
ciiurtfe. i'lerks furnished. Applications for govern
u?? nt I'ositious prepared at CITY INTELLIGENCE
OF* ICE. Excursion tickets sold. 711 G u.w. jeS-Ut*
WANTED?HOUSES.
WAN I Kl>?'TO KKNT OK BUY A DWbXLINO OF
11 eight rooms, within one-halt inilo of city hall.
AiLircss, with amount ol rent, J. P. T., 455 C st. n.w.
Je 1MT
"\\TANTK1>?JUNE 30, BYCAKEFUL TENANTS,
huo children, choice X or !i-room bay-window brick,
bet. 1 ~th ami lhtli, K and It n. w. 1'refer furnace, no
l>as,sujeut; W. or N. side; permanent. !>., Uoolu 7,
I^jwei iloor. Treasury. Jell-3t'
A*7 ANTKD-FOB A CLIENT. A FUBN1SHKD
11 house of 11 or 1 'J rooms, in a nice neighborhood,
west of 14th St.; reutto begin Sept. 1.; will pay $150
j>er mouth for the right liouse.
j.S-lw WAaH'N DaM.NHOWKR, 1115 F st. n.w.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
knowletUre of draw nig ms-uasary. lessons da) audeven
ing. ItEV NOLDS. Studio, 4:t<> sttli st. Je?H Jt?_
YV ANTl.l>-TO BUY-UOOD SEt'OND-UANI)OEJf
11 ileincli's Clothes, Ouns, 1'ibtols, &c., lor which
highest cash price is paid. Call o, send postal to
myl7-lm* _ A, El/NAK. 1301 lltbsus.0.
-ttfANTEP-HOUSEHlO 1* As X U HE AT M l'EB
11 ucailh, grain led extra; personal attention.
Ordor oox l'ri. ?'s stable. 311 tith luw.; far* ?th-,t.
road, eight miles from city. O. H. F. CLAHK. fcligo,
Md. niylii-lm'
\*T ANTED-TItY SCRIBNEB. BEST BL'TTEWnZ
11 ~l)c. pound .TooVuig, l.?r WarranUkl nut to K?t
ctrutMC tltko buturl lor use mouth, or tauuay. re
iunded. Try Uot?ju 8?cd lArd. tuirer. richer, and
goes lurtluir tlMU Ho*". Eant ftr mU? ot the.
J ANTED-A FEW M( IKE S( HOLAl>S TO LEAKN
Crayon-Portrait work, taus'ht in 16 lessons; no
K at. u.w. inyX'4-lm
WAN TED-SMOKE POKTUONDO * CO.'g CI
11 gars, Carolina and Concha lloruata, 6c. aach:
Margarita Londre and Zarzuelas, 10c. each. JOSEPH
U. POKTIKJNDO k CO., Phllailelphla. mylfr-lm
TPHOL
work done la a
V1T ANTED?PAKfxjH FUKNITUBE
11 atercd; Mattrtsso, made over; w<
nest and aubstantial manner; slip coven cut
mat^perfect lit guaranteed. 0. KKJU30N, 130230
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED?TO PURCHASE A SMALL TREADLE
J*? rriuun* press. Address, stating make, price. Ac..
PBIVTKR. SUrufficf. >13-3t*
WANTED -STORAGE AT 480 PENHA. \Vtl
* ? sejiarate lockfd compartments for household ana
other bxkwU ; for particulars in ly it iiremi ?*.
Jel3-3m E. OOHBETT.
WANTED-A SECOND-HAND BICYCLE: THE
Nmt Rap*L or M gwA. W E. 8EBREE. with
Time. W SmithVlKt and Ind. ave n.w. Jell-3t_
w ANTED?HBAU1I PAYS THE HIGHEST CASH
~t price* for second-band Furniture, Carpets aud
Feathers. Entire Household* a specialty. Address
210 Tthst. s.w. >e8
w ANTED-GOOD SECOND-HAND CMTHISO^
"" truns, revolver*, old irold and silver, for which
liirli< st cash prices ?ill be paid. Call LASKEY'S
Loan OtBcc. 201 Penn. ave.. cornerVd st. n. w. my2d
\\T A^TICD?STEAM CARPFT CLEANING AND
" Rtuoratim.' Wrrka, F'catliers Renovated. Mat
ti eftfcn Made Over, Furniture Steamed, and Moths D?
struyod. F iLYOl'XUS,1402 P?.a,.,T?tepUiu? 100b 2.
apll-7m
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
1X?U SALE?4."> ACRES OF LAND?TART IN TIM
tier?ou Bt.>"kville road. lie-.iuarU'T of a mile of
Tenleytown, a<l>.iiiiiii?r Reno; hiifb and healthy. never
falling *;>rn:*r center of premises Hy WM. RRITT.
Tin!"j-("*n, D. C. jel3-3t*
IrVlIt SALE?SIX ACHES OF LANDTMPROVED BY
. sii-r< 'in ilwi iliijic, lrutt mi l well wi.ten-d > iu fen
leytown. D. C. By WM. BRITT, Tenleytown, D. C.
Jel+-3f _
UOK SALE-A VALUABLE FARM IN ST MARY'S
A county, Md.,ou PotoiBarriver, I'Pi'cBite Blavkis
tone's Island. For particulars and terms Apply to L.
A. WILMER, Attorney. Port Tobacco. Md. >1:1 ,-..0t^
For sale-cornkb lot at bbooklahd;
trood location for a ?tcrc . price only $22.5. Also ten
acres ad> 'iniii?r Twining City, N .11-' 111 Aaaooatta road
and extending down to Eastern Branch. suitable for
subdivision; price ouly 40.U0U. W. C. DCVALI, P'.'o
F st. n.w. Jela-at
Ij*>R SAI^E?A~MAONIFICENT COUNTRY SKAT
of T5 acre*. l:tn*>m iiimw ii with all modern im
provements. l1-* miles from Westminster, Md.: nould
exchange Jorcliy j>ro|?-rty, ?ll.."i0O.
l'l F 1Y ACRES ?itb boautilul tvsidence of 12 rooms
a<iy mill# the fariu. l^uiiios from llvattsville
statfou. mules from the city, #12.000.
ONK Ill'NDKED AND FIFTEEN ACKESwHli baud- i
some residence and grounds, 0 miles from city, in
Prince George's count,. Mil., #10,000.
TVkENTY-F'IVE ACRES wltu 10-room dwelling and
all Unit-class improvements. adjoins residence of ex
Secretary McCulloch, 10 miles from the city, in l'riueo j
Geonre's couuty, Md , t3,0<>0. I
SIXTY ACHES-2t) meadow, 40 timber?.'10 mile*
from city, no improvement*; occutHce Junction of J
county road and Met. Branch R. It., ij2,r><J0.
TWEN'i'Y-EIUlIT ACRES, wit bin half mile of sta
tion and overlooking Falls Church; tfood improve
ment*. fruit,' trood water, Sc.. f "> 000.
FAGHTF.KS ACRES, cottape of 8 rooms, uew baru,
aliuiidanc?-of fruit, tine lawn, one mile In rear of Ar
limrton and Fort Myer, ?50,000.
Si-\EN ACRES of fruit and )r*rden with food 8
room bouse, barn, .tc? ad J ins last above, i i,'J>0
ONE ACRE, 7-room cottatre, ~ miles from city,
$].r>(i0.
TWO ACRES, J-room cottage, "Z miles from city.
$1,000.
|>NE ACRE, 3-roora cottage, 2 miles from city,
$000.
ONE-HALF ACRE, new 7-room cottatre, 2 miles
from city, $1,04)0.
MURE THAN 200 OTHERS.
T. H. SYl'llERD A CO.,
Je 115-31 Sun Buildimr.
I^Ult SALE?
1 A FARM OF 10t> ACR1-S,
Lying on iu < k creek, half mile from
KNOW LES' STATION
And one mile from
FORES'! uLi.N",
And two and om U dt miles from the proposed
ROCK CREEK PARK.
This line property will !*? sold at
PUBLIC AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE
1 H i LFTH. at TWO O'Cl.i K_'K P.M.,on the premises.
Thin is ot the 1 vst quality ol MonVoinery county
land, and is ::1! in irra.ss except 12 I'.cres of |T"Ctt
timber. Ii atlj'iins tbe handsome farms of Alfred Ray,
Col. Spcnc-r Jones ami .Mr. Gartrell; has a w,'li-sbad,d
building site, overlotikiug a line range of country, tbe
railroad aud Knowles' Station. Tbe dwclliug was
burned, but there is a barn aud teiiant-house. This
ofleis a good iiplsirtunity lor an investment, either
for a (Tontlen aii's country rest deuce or for subdivision
into smaller homes, lying so near two of the best sia
tionsou tbe M< tiopoliini OraucU U R . aud also t" the
gran I National Ris k Creek i'ark. through which ltne
drives will Is' constrai ted to the city.
Terms: $2,000 cash; balance m live annual pay
ments, se' nred by deed of trust on the premises. A j
deposit of $2d0 will lie required at time ot sale. Con
veyancing at cost of purchaser, 'i itle jtrtect.
Trains leave 11. and O. deisjt at 12.30, returu at 4.
T. H. BYPHERD & CO., Sun Building,
tr TIIF. ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED TO SAT
URDAY, FIFTEENTH INST AN T. AT TWO O'CLOCK
1'. M. Jetj-St
1X)R SALE - NO SUCH BARCiAIN ON THE
market?o00 aires iu the village of Pi scat* way, 1 ti I
miles troin Washington; good lmpnveiiients and rich
soil SAMUEL BEALMKR,
Jel2-yt# 310 St. Paul St., Baltimore. Md.
1M?K SALE~OirEXCHANUE-FOURTEKN MIL
liou souare feet ol land by the acre; within two
miles and in sight of this city ? in lots of from half
to ten acres; location high, dry, health} aud beauti
ful; no mosquitoes; no malaria; no doctor's bills to
pay; prices low; terms to suit.
Jell .1 R A. PHILLIPS, 141!> New York ?ve._
l?OR RENT- $.",0 A MONTH. BEIAOIR MANOR
J? furnished; lee, garden, &e. Address ROBERT
HINCKLEY. 1310 Mass. ave. n. w. Jellllt*
K
7 NOWLES, MET. BRANCH B. & O. R. R.
Nicely located lots 50x125 feet at from 3 to 3 cts.
per loot.
0 acres highly improved garden laud with 4-room
house, $2,000.
Apply to
W. H WHF.ATLEY.
On the premises any time during Wednesday*, or
other days after 4:35 train. _ my2.">-l m
IPOK SALE?AT HYAT'TSVILLE, MD.. A BEAU
tifullioiue; house nearly new; 13 rooms; all the
mod. imps.; water aud gas. large aud attractive
Krounds, within three minutes' walk of the station;
rick sidewalU to the door. To au immediate pur
chaser will lie sold very cheap. If not sold in a few
days will be for rent. B. H. WAiiNER & CO.,
Jel0-5t 1110 Fstn.w.
IJOR- HALE-AT HYATTSVILLE, MD.7 THKBB
new houses (S rooms), within ten minutes' walk
of the station; brick: lirn k aud board sidewalk to the |
door. Ooisl op|<ortunity to M < ure a home on favor
able terms. Prices ijNlOOO and $3,000.
Jel0-5t B. H. WARNER A CO.. 910 F st.
I7>OR SALE-OR EXCHANOL -FOR CITY PROP-|
erty a hue farm near Woodbridgo station; a uew
house, saw-mill, large orchard. For particulars ad
dress HUlill HA MM ILL, txc^uan, Va. Je8-lw*
1X1 It SAl.i. -04 ACRES OF THE VERY BEST
garden land within lialf hour's drive ot tbeCeiiter
Market, lai.d imde^ aluurb state of cultivation; well
improve 1 with fine dwelling and outhouses.
For lull particulars apply to J. T. DYER.
JeS-Ot 1304 F at.
1~YoR SALE NEAR PROMISED PARK ON RtH'K
Cr-^'k, U autuul country place, $2". .'> per acre; also
00 acres adjoining at $4<K> per ai re. 1 jisy terms.
J. ; -t;t A. J. WHlTAKEd. l;10,St F ?t.
COU I'll BROOKLAND.
H WITH CITY STREETS, AVENUES AND CIR
CLES.
FftR SALE.?The beautifully situated tract of land
called "South Brookland," having hMU subdivided in
accordance with the plan of the city, with streets OO
leet and avenues Kit) feet wide, is now placed on the
market. It is on tbe line of tbe Mctro|>olitan 11. It.,
Mouth of i;ud adjoining Brookland, about one mile
north of the city, and but a short distance from the
electric cars, and near the University Only ten min
, all i " " * "
. will rap- |
idly increase in value. F"or the present, lots will be
utes'drive to the city by Ccntiai avenue, all of which !
makes it very desirable, and proi>crty which will rap
old at ttie low price of from 3 to 12 cents, on easy
terms. For plats. Ac., ap| ly to
WM. O. DEN1SON, 023 F at. n.w.,
or to
Je4-lm REP FORD W. WALKER, KW F st. n.w.
1>OK oaLE?SOI 111 HiiOOKLANl'
1 JLST SUBDIYIDED.
I?tn froui iV*. to 10c. imt foi?t; t.ne-fuurth bal
ance 1, and years: route iu anti sc-l?<-t )our lota.
>*4-lni l.hWlh m HfcATON,Y Ht n.w._
1"7oK 8ALE *M I IJU ?sl. l AUK" LOTS; TUB
most ^.irable in HyaVlrtville, Md.; two minutea
Inuu ^tatIoIl; opjKiHite tin' residence <?f the late K. K.
Kliiotv ? nt.. uih^r <>,.">??(? Kit. terms v**y.
lliJKJi Hl-THKUFoKI>, i:?07 F st. n.
1
w.
?OU S\Lt?NLAlt bl ATIONS UN MKTIUU\>U
_ tan IJrain'h; ^rass, ktliii, fruit, htoek, itniltry, and
dairy lamia; 'J toUOO m res; lot.-, c-ott?K?*a, and ivmi- I
try bonu a. Ct>UK.K L>. Ll'CKLi i, 1)35 at. |
iiiy'J.Vlia
I^oK HALE ?THE HANDSOMRbT Tit ACT FUH
KUlxlivinini: in th? vicinity <?i Wasliiuiroii, ;">(> acres,
known aw liunk?-r Hill Farm, at lirooks, the tirst sta
tion out 011 the Met. It. it., opi?ortite the Catholic Uni
versity and near the Electric fari. The streets of I
Brookland abut on this i?roi?erty and could be con
tinued through it. t'ur lull lmrtuulars enquire of
in j 1 iu KhI)FuUD_W. WALKEli, l(?0tiFht.
1* X)K 8ALE THE mableqd KAllM, AJDJOIMIMQ
the I'rojH rty of Mrs. Fowler and C. Ilerick. uear !
llyaltHvilie,^ 1UU ^eracre. Apply to JOHN STLl'llKN,
i.? ;.l Ertnte iirok? r. lila?ieusbuiv, Md. 1113 : ] in
I^OK SALE AND KENT- WASHINOTON OU0VK
Md., veral line CottaK? s iu ditterent parts of the
Urove. Prict s, tt?r salo, J^4u0 to and lor rent,
$40 to lor the aeaaon. M. i>. FECK, Uii4 F at.
av?l.'?-'.'iu
IJM )K bALE~LOT8 AT FOKE8T GLEN, MIX THE
moat Injautiful loeatiou lor a home out?ideM a?h
iiiKtoii; only ti, amd Ijc. i?er foot, J. li. ilEUT
1? mi), Jb lemiuK buildimr, st. mUlO-.im
SUBURBAN PROPERTY.
IX)li RENT-AT HYATTSVILLE. MI), ON WINE
ave., live minutes' walk t'roni statlou, a larice
F'ranic Cottatre withei?rht rooms; water iu the yam:
$25. B. 11. kV ARN1 R A CO., 910 F st. u.w. Jel3-3tp ]
ISoR RENT-IN ANAC'OS'lIA?7-ROOM HOUSE; ,
> liuriaiiiK location, laive yar<l, trees and flowers;
one year lor 4250. Convenient to street cars, churches
ativi sctio.,1s. Oooil water aud Ueulthful locatioli. Apply
to H. A. URISWOLD, Auacostiit, D. C. iuyl7-lin
Halfin village,
HALl'lN VILLAGE,
UALPIN VILLAGE,
TWO JULES THIS H1DKOF ROCKVILLE,
On tlie Metropolitan Branch B. A O. R R.
LOCATION UNSURPASSED ? FRICB LOW.
Tliis New Sulnlivi.iioa.
H.VLFIN VILLAGE,
Is beautifully la d out iu lota oi about 60x160 feet,
with streets and avenues already made. 500 (hade
trees and plunk sidewalks ou all the streets and ave
nue". llailroad truing stop at U si pin Village. Several
oi the uioat d ..lrablc lots are located ou the celebrated
I llockvllle turnpike. Prices aud terms ill sale, to
gether with d.'fcriptive plats, may be obtained, as well
i as all iiiloriuntiou wliich luay b desired by {M-raons |
who contemplate building homes or for i>entoual spec
ulation, at the real estate cilice of
JNO. A PRFJSCOTT,
Kl-IUvk' Buildiug,
myl.r>-lm 1410 Fat,u.w.
FOR RENT-STORES.
1>OR RENT?CORNER GROCERY STORE. WITH
' rooms; irood stand; rent Aeap; fixtures all ritrht.
Aplily 11)49 12th at. n.w. Jell-3t*
FOR RENT?OFFICES.
For rent-at sie f st. n. w? oftice
Roomaos ?oondfloor, rentinif from?Q to #12.50
pwiao. Uiw arc desirable rooia*. rery coaveniaut
f?13-3t* ' ' 910 i" it, u.?.
1X1R rent-cheap-tw itoefboitt office
'jSomTat 71611 th at. n.*.* near O. Jell-af
F? BENT?OFFICE ROOMS?LARGE, AIKT
office rooms ou second floor of new building, cor
ner 5th and Q streets uorthweat. opposite Pension
oflte* ALBERT F. FOX. 020 F at. n.w. >)10-a?
FOR RENT-STABLES.
fiw
Bli
? we.
lJiNT?STABLE AND CARRIAGE BOOK IS
U kept private stalJe; peetnlly located. Ad
XABLE BOOM, Htar ottca. Ja7-0t
FOR RENT?ROOM?.
FttEEMT-PCnVrr. il w..~2COMMrsicAT
ina rootus, 24 IE .ir. uu{umi*U> J; also S -M floor
furnished ro?n>?. Or?t lass u!4< L-?rd > 13-.1t*
F)K RENT?1017 15TH ST \ W, HXM'SCMK.
rooms 1 ?t and \M floors. private he i hs. nn?rV of
In tuite*. pteisaut accouunodstious for transients;
sverythin* nr?t olaa*. suumu. r prices. JflJH"
Sini-MS ;ii> st x w. -i vkral large
sad small room*, including parlor*. fiirniafced or
Bnlurnfebed, toramiu4 ?<-e?. JflJJt*
F>r rent?unft'kxjshed.~foi r rot>i.~ AMD
i Vfruni room*. well coun- ted. in a desirable k>
i-aHtr;'con veuieut to car* aud market. with bath. (or
small family. Call ?Q6 "Oth it. p.w. >13 3t"
DOR RENT?ROOM?FURNISHED OR I NU'l
F nished. first or aeeond floor, term* rea* '*ual>le;
herdie-s pass tlw door, call after 5 o'clock, (t-4 94-i *t.
n.w. >13 3t*
1JOR KENT - TWO LABOR SECOND-STORY
F rootus. furnished or ui.furni*h<*i. lirht boa*
keeping if dewired; ether i nvikvt*. \ct) ruu?iial>>
to responsible part; without children . southei? c\i*>
WWl ltl51 ?t?.?. jel).
FOR KENT-THREE EXFURS1SHED ];,VMS
for lurht hous< ke- plug, second storj I ist b on uiut1
"TriwJ wiu^ovk";cori"r^ou>m'' * ?t- n.w.
1X)R RENT?DoUKLE PAKI.Ol.*. TOOK I'M til OR
separate, mif?rcuh?l or furnished. one other
room. Owner. 3tM> H *t. n.w It*
I^OK KENT A LARGE .'L STuUV EIU'XT li> ? ,vj
with a quiet launiy. ?!iere one can feel ?t home;
new turniture and every .liiutr clean. ?H?. Apply at
13?.".' IStli at d.*. )fi:i :ti*
I^ORRENT?IXTHlllE-STORY t ?URNI RllOl sE
a cntue first with ?x*il sle<!>1um tor
#15 |H.r mouth, iuihnlii.tr lisno. I.? -a 111:> location
J? E st. La It*
130R RENT ? FURHISHED OR CM I RXISHED
. Rooms. at low prices, jor litflit hou*. kt* pin*- . w ill
board if desired, u*<it m improvements. southern ea
l-v-nrv. 111."> K *t. n.w. lr
1>)R BEST-1 SK? 11TH 8T7 N.W~ SEVERAL
very dv?ir?l>lc furnished and unfurnished r*" 'U
suite of three, front. lock and hall, tom-thi r or se|w
rate. ianw oMet*. one tirnt rl' v r room. rctereac?.
J?l.Mf
.R RENT -EI KXISHEI" K<K>M. HBCOXP S IXJKV
/ front. 4911 LuuMauare, n.w. JflSJt*
I[X?R RENT -316 IXIUAS A.VVE N.wTPLI VsANT
comfortable rootus at suii iii. r pnece, taM" I - ird
it deHnd;locAUou antral;all m. 1. Uli-lf
r,XJK REST-TWO El UNlXifEI) 1SACK K. ? HIS.
F necond floor, liath, wutt-r. a:^i tfa*., so.ittif'rn cK|>o
suri'. ?A una $t> per moutii. Call at 2112 E at. n.w.
alt'-ro |'. a. It*
1>>R KENT - FURNISHED - SECOND ST >HV
iront rv?'in. with dnect* and alcove; convenient to
cara audcaVen r. uo o'ajectkn to very liirht hwu*'
k'K'i'itiK. Ho children. Afily SLIlltL *t. n.?.Jel3-3*
1>?1C KENT?ONE NICE. LAROE I'SEl KXISHED
-T troiit llix ui. uth> r 1.1. e. lar*-i l:-'..m*. I'artl) i run
turninhod. Miurle or cn mute, cheili; Kood 1'-cati'>n,
board if demred. i'.'i K ?t. u *. J. 1 :i .1*
1>)B RENT?1014 1,'irti sT. N. W . NEAR K. AT
tractive from an i leak Roouis, at verj moderate
1 rice*, with or without hoard. 11*
l?l?R REST 17-Jlt II ST. N. \V . SECONK STORk"
X fiuteof rooiua,furnialied. alao I'ar. roii t5r*t tl ?t.
north and south exfoauri'. I* anlil doired, out *<iu.irc
weat of War and Navy depto. je'lH-jt*
I>OR RENT?Jl'XK l.'t?THREE L\KU1 H I,
ui*lied ro-uia, lir*t floor, suitable for li ii?? kii |
very dc*tral?le. Alao, utifurui?hed room*. -<coud
IlLor. a^'UC *t. n.w. jei:i ;tt'
.X1R RENT ?TWO fSFl'RNlSHED ROOMS,
L *e?*?iid floor, ao.ith front. la .-tiildren taken. r? It r
eocea rajufrul. A|>t>ly at 122? Oat n.w. It*
I^OK REXT-47SO ST. N VS . WITH BOARD TWO
lifuutiiul liHy-Utudow Ilooins; lar-re clo-et*. ae.
Iioum: , and ,'td floor*, eiiitable lor loan alei Wtfe -r
two ^eutiemeu; home made bread aud eitL'-. *io uad
*,>o. >ec:-:?c
1>)B~RENT?THBEK 1DNFCRSI8HED iux#M?l;
' newly ItftMli three latv*; elosel*. tiath-r<*>m, lay
window; tue laimly consiat of two adults, ltd E *t.
n.w. Jel2-:il*
IV>R RENT- WITII OK UITH'il T RoARD. 1 ??>
columuiiicati'.K rvHiUio, a |iar! >r ai.d l* d-n? 111. on
*eeond floor; and a bed-roon: on third. ?'JS 1 Ith *t.
n.w. JeH.'-:it"
1.VJR RENT?102T" 11TH sfT N W . CORNER
. MaHwu'tiiisettB ave., finely turtiished front ro- iu.
cool and iitflit, bay windoh , clieap to de*irat4>- party.
'Table Itoard. JelMr
1^0 It RENT?A SI1TE ?)1 THREE IN
turniahed or lunn*lad Uuuuu, *uitable lor h*-ht
heusekeepitur; facllnr tiorth and south, near '
it 1 'JO N mU, Oeorvetown. Jell-3t*
1^'tilw RENT?TOSHtH ST. N. W. UANlisOUEEY
funuahed parlor, !>? d-room 1 -t fl >tr, a!*o *? nd
Mtory Uick, summer rate*, caterer in hoiw. Jell ;tt
I^OR RENT?1414 I ..Til STREET N W.oNE
lartfe trout alcove r<Nim, "Jd floor; other lanre rt.. ru*
nlifTie or en suite, jd floor, new house, laive e|o*4't*.
Jell ,?f
1jH>R RENT?SUMMER BEHORT-OOOL, PL1 ~
. ant roe'iu*. handsomely furniahiil; fluest Windsor
mirrored 1**1*. al*o other*; ail aev?. tr?>odloeatiou;
comtor'-s of home or club lite. 0U*J E U.W., near ? th.
j>n-:tc
1.?R REXT'-Eol'R lil Al 111 I I. l.ooMs. I XII It"
niKlied, kitchen, diuimr-rooiu. parlor and chaml* r.
1207 lUthat. n.w. >-ll-;it
IjHJR RE NT-1118 I 8T. 1 W^ FtTRXllUIED
roouis ior rent, with l??ard, at reaeouabln rate>.
convenient to four line* ot street cars; park in front ot
house; table boacder* wanted also. Je 11 -lit*
yoit KENT LARGE MCELY-l'l''RNISllED '.'1?
_1 aud 3d story south Iront roouis. very low terms;
no childreu. hall room. i >, iar?e closet with ca?h
room. vi'-iil ludtanaave. n. w. Jell-Ilt*
I^OR RENT ? REAITIFI'L SI MMER i:uoM\
kintrlo or eu suite, in private tamilj . furnisiied.
lartre double corner houa? , bouth and east lrolit. p |-|
ereucesrequired. llulKst. n. w. Jel-12t*
I^OR RENT-IN THE NORTHWEST, A M ITE oK
four room* on Vd floor, suitable lor lnrht house- [
keep.nc, to family without childreu; summer price*.
lOUUliuhst. Jeo-lBl
I^OKltENT?817 10TH ST.N.w'.'.EL'RNUiUEDOR
unfurnished rooms,eu suite, also office r -111 to |
rent. niyVJl-lm*
1
FOR RENT?FLATS.
IS Ja BENT 140136 14TH M V. W., A BEAl I I
. tilul i-'lut un the corner of lihodt* Inland aw*, \*ith
s ixnjiu*<, h.ith uiid all zuoci'Tii luiiTt-v"'incuts. K? y at
14t 1:1 t!jU. li. a. U AKNKU & CO.,
LJHK^ l?'? F ^t.u. w.
IJOK BENT ITO KEF1XBD (XH MJS \ XFl H
r uuihfd flat of \hrw rooiim, m wly |?awrrU, i r:ce,
tf l!>; al-K), trout m* L?iid-*tor> room, uii? !> furuiaUt^d; ,
looatiou cx>ti\eui^iil. Call at me.
li. w. JelU-3t
BUSINESS CHANCES.
OFFICE OF commissioners OF THE HAR
la >K AN ll RIVER REEIEF l?OAKI> OF ltAI.il- 1
MORE. No. 13 Chaniberof ConUiiereO Uuildimr,
llaltimore, Md.
Baltimouv.. June 13.1 SS'.i.
Sealed proposal* for the purchase of the Ice lioat
MARYLaNL will I*' received at this < ihee until
Noo> of JUNE ~J7 and o|>eucd immediately there
alter.
T he sale will include the vessel as she now is, with
all her machinery, appurtcuaii.-ea, outfit, tools, tackle,
anchors, cbaius, etc. T he ritrht is re *-rved to reject
any or all proposals. Payment in cash required.
Ry order ot the Harbor aud River Relict Hoard.
W M. R. V. ILLsoS,
Jel3eo-2w Secretarr.
IXJR BALE?A raVT-CUkM OROCEftY, FBOVi
sion and l.Kiuor Sto: , doin-r a tr-*?d > a>h business
Will sell at abars-aiu. J. H. S.vMMoNS, t>th and H
sts. n.w. Jel3-3f
170R RENT-STORE AND DWELLING OS 1M
portaut business thorouirhfare lor millinery, cou
loctioiiery, dius'-.-t, inilor t?r other li-rht busiue-ss;
l'Jl 1 G st. n. w. Rent *?(?. Ecys adjoininir. Jel2-:tt
1;oU SALE- R\ 1UANE H. l El.Ol/ZE. 1313 F
str?*t. First-class loeal BecUiiUcs paykun (food
dividend*.
C.'iErauklin Insurance.
l'J.'i Hiss's E ire Insurance.
123 \\ usl.liiif.ou Market,
15Orcat Eal;* Ice.
4 N alii l.;.l bale Tie posit.
2t) Chesapeake and l*oloniac Telephone,
Also the lollowini,' sim ulative stocks.
ltKi Itieuiuatic t.un Carriage.
41 Smith Ricyde.
25 Hull lUin Panorama.
al)Columbia Title Insurance.
10 Gl>uiont Iiuproveuieuc
l.?IjtnstoU Type Machine.
50 Dynamos'riiph.
'J 4 e<rat>hophoiie.
11 Linotype. lvK) Electric Boiler Cleaner. Full
particular* 011 application. Jel 1-31
Several new seven room houses, with
all modern improvement*, in excium^o for unim
proved property, a Una B. c. Y-.star otbee. jeju-U*
rjiKAVKUiKS?WHO HAVE OCCASION TO VISIT
JL Europe duntiK the summer, should purchase a
laiok of Cheque Bank Chegueo, whn n can be cashed
on 1 n-seiitation, at upwards of 'J.tltiO Hankiin.- Houses
u ithout chaiye. Apply lor i>aruculars. RICH X CO.,
Bankers, 01315th st. mylT-liu
170R RENT - STORE -J10 10TH ST., NEAR
M. wliolesale market and La ave. . suitable for cont
niission or Krocery business particularly, liiuuire
H'JO La. ave. myl7-lui
^CONSIGNMENTS and STORAGE SOLICITED.
Having a very larffe store in (rood location and
11 hfe outside spac" to display furniture, both for auc
tion and Btoraire, we are prepared to recel ve eoaanrn
iner.tsot hoiisehold merchandise of all kiiel*.
horses. I.iwie*. kc. spe<'iai attention paid to real
estate sales. Sales day every Wednesday.
ROoi' ^ LoWENTHaL Auctioneers,
niy31-lm U37 7tli sl n.w.
1?FOK SALE - STOCK, FIXTURES and good
J/ wiUof au estaliished payiup shoe atore; stock
fresh, clean and staple; irood location;rjanoiisblerent;
loiitt lease. Apply or address ECONOMY SHOE
s 1 ore. S02 7th ?t. n.w. my31-lm
rjoGCUSTRACTORS, Bl'lLDEKS, and OTHERS.
X Four blocks from Boundary, on 13th at. extended
n.w., irood dumping ground.
my2?-lro M M.PARKER. 141KFat.
Volt SALE-LEASE AND FIXTURES, BRICK
JT othce, scale, teuclliK, sheds and statue of coal yard
corner of S. Cap. and Canal sts.; rent, 4-0 |* r month;
lease expires January 20,1?U3; price, f-'OO Apply
1117 lsth st. n.w. my21-Iui
?*rilHE WUKLD DO MOVE"?REMEMliElt THE
X "Terrestrial Clock," RAMSAY has cut the
prices; watches cleaned, 41; firsta lass main tpcintrs,
warranted one year. 41; ail clock and Jewelry work at
the lowest prices in the city; we defy competition.
1224 Fst. n.w. tlo-Oni
Vkl lt. J. LATIMER. SURVEYOR AMD CIVIL E*GI
V V neer. Address 111> Harriam st., Anaixjstia, 1>. C.
Special attention to subdivision of suburban prop
erty. au* ?*
PERSONAL.
BG. STANTON. P. O. MU8T OUR PARTING
? be forever? X RL'LY. It*
A YOUNG MAM IN OFFCH, LONELY. EXUt
plary habits, wislua Mguaintance of an asrueable.
considerate, domestic, and r? fined lady (brunette pre
teitrdj^ouc other need roply to M. X,Star vthoe.
A" ETHORIZED Pin TATE DETECTIV E AGENCY.
WE WILLIAMS. GEO. W. McELFRESH. Ootn
luuntcatious promptly atunded to iad strKUy couA
damtial. Ottoe openaQEoura. WM. WILLIAMS, Man
ajrer, b20 F n.w. my4-2ia*
II ?\ WILL FRRtJUERTLV PAy VmJ IN o5*i
? 1U *?^. Ladies dMtriur to speculate in stocks
-JMiall conKdence, J.*. bTEwlkl, Star OlSoe.
Good relersnces ipven. )rt-l?
CvIVIL-SERVlCE EXAMTNATIOR QUESTIONS
/ and anirrer*. Send 10c. to
II W. FLY A. A. It, Ivy Institute,
mjrlO-lm Southwest cor 8th and K sta. n.w.
fvoRCEs-A. Goodrich; attokney-at-law.
124 Dearborn st^ Chicago; advice tree; twenty
one yean' experience. Inuinese uuietly and Uvally
tzanaactod. ?el5-a.tn.th.ly
JU8TH*S OLD STAND 18 TVS ONLY PLACI
where Crst-class Sewmd-Haiw Obthnm can ha
sold at raapeciabU prtcaa. Andrea at call atOlMD at,
1 ? ? uiyl
FOR SALB-L0T8.
Fir SALE-LOT* IN worm HROOKLAND. or
At* Baltim ore and . hihv at tic to lOr per f.1 "
?n Kcktinrtou. ?t tn,< Urtnitiu. .4 thi EiJclr>
90c u> .V>\ iwr
Al Kiwi luu tw?, ,'y to lOr. |?v (not
Call at olflcr and ?* ritu
THOH. O. nr.NSET * CO.
F
F
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M?r)iaa<1 tv?*, ?
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JO* HALF. LOTWfZ
. lUp*litV,cor. 14fh ard fLV?
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5^ !;?' ?'?wiwttocof. c,ii ??&
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r ltitbat u.w i>no, *:t..Vto udrta
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>'K SM.K-TWO ftHUiKK (/'TV Xt*TH?U?
- l".0(KI?in!u01iHHi IM, .VOaad fVl cent. r. a|?et^
... CARl ?L EVANH * CAEIM,
MI2 Jf irMPc
1>>K KALE C3 ri KT j'V T HT1UKT HI MMkS
* nutUtOrnft'invr 1 I.in jv AI, lttl| r .Tin* ?*? n
T?cn*r mar \em Ha:uj?hir.- ? %?. ? mill ?<ibdiv?d<? iuc?di
at *1 |?*r foot. Aabi ru'i at?Mr*M
l>\\ It> II. si ??M\ SM, I ?t
i;
* y * *1N E THESE I?! SI K AlU.l 2\ \ I>1\|} NTs
'i ft. d. ?? . imitr \ur; *.? i<l m? - ~
fw*t B.U., mar Matj
I'Mb ?t. n r., i,.?t kl*r.
I V'.-i*' corner Mark lat.J at. '., tMilnO. 41 ?hi
};;!? "!? ??"?"I' r Maryland a?t\. Ilir.. fr .tiia *1
't. " ?1 W?t>lru.i akc_ ?i,n , j,( ;iru
'*+r l*?i * *l l> I *t . I $1 -Jr.
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I^n KALE - FKiWI'i'CT nil J, ELKVATIU
. irrwana. ?oiiiiumiJuur tii?. tu? ,.f n - ,,t, ..'.t
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t i i i lljt' u?',n: '?' I""'. lMr?f?u.i> Ju iiurt ol
WH * JOHN 11 J. >HShoN. vjh i *.
VUH KALE?
'S ,Su*r* l**- ?flJoiiUn* ilit rwi.
a* nct Ktf tito l?tf \^. \\ CoPcormu, lr"?utinir on
DMli'Miveuni' ami da I >i Uirili?iiJiir?r'lAiM\ru?
r'.u*r: fht^V^1'1 ?atxlivMtaa
lou li. l?t, 17. Ik. l.i, -j4t. Jl. VJ. -J.'i
''"f1 r?u'? xiiMnmiuii 1,1 muart. 'rKti."ui
WiwliiD?ru?i dt>'. It, C.
Aii'ly to A.MUONY HVDE,
... . t;HAW.I K M MVrrHFWH.
. , Tru?t?-? of tiir t -i?Uol U ? Cvn-.tnu.
JelO-lm 414 l.itli it. u.w.. Wwlmiirioi,, i>. o.
|>>K 8A1X UKJKIKI.AM) 4MI SOUTH IIK.m.iT
?* 1?.|H \V?- llttNv tl?? i< itH 111 tl
*ti\loioiih h* from 4 to 1 ? ceutN |?er ?qiuir?* (?>. >t < all
?t "Ur. mii.l ti;akc)oiircUouo. 1 lie* ?r. t|?
iumI taaiClots tn the tiwtrh l of C .luiul?? . ,.m, .,it
uVi."iii il'i1.' ??" Mt LAI Hi.I.N fc
HA itUU<UKU I -1 a lr Kt. u.* .
KALI TMUEI or IHI. 1INLKT AM) MOKT
" 'i- l>uil<uu?r l-l? iu?L. ...rn.r
?>l Mm? L t-wtu?v . ami at. u.w., near t<? tL. In
wrior ?iiii i'i>?t-U(tkr? li. i urtiiifUta, tu?* it?? IVuMiiq
JJffliv uiiUdiuir. tiic Uv\cruiMvut I'niaUUa' (Iflrr and
tin j a|-it oil k?ta would a?*ll or mit
rtyiaii> ..?.?liel trout 021 AI^-h.-u Lum-tis* ?v?* ruiiinitK
to an alli-j It w>id Wltliiu a I? w da> 8 th?-4 rau la Lad
AU.thf la at V to?Xi*tkCaiHtoI?t..Miwn M *iid
> stK.. i4^.: 1?1in k fr.?in Klei tri< raiir<?ad. *JO l?y l A?to
i? t ill that locality. Airi> to JoilN Cui?K. tilh l .'lli
V: u m: jeH-lm
tH'K SALE -UNt LOTH?
M. * ??? i?. a\.- . tur Uirli t.? HHU at..
< ? r. h a.ni 'Jiitii ? u., TOx.'t.i
> ?t., lrt I jtli Si and <"oMa. r.'?;IIV||^U
I 1? ?t., I? t, 1 i iiiaiiJ I Mli sts., MI.
V *t., ?a*t. 1 . tli ai.d 1 Slh atn.,
1 V *J/ U''l* *' *>lil u * .villus.
> H .i\?- it u.t
' V II -Vv. li u . .UiS?tt. tr.?ut.
.l?t?UM K and Ifciuiidar), l^ltNl.
N at., la t 14th and i.?tli. liiati;I
I s?t..Ut. \ a a\* ?UM lSUl at.,
K it.. !??t. 1 (>tli and 1 Ttlli ata. n.ar , *J!?. io*a\ 83^.
1 ^ u.w., l*-t. l^itii and 14tli wta.,
i ??r. lotb und W uta. n.w., iioa?o.
Stiuar* .?4 i. all.
, Kju-iv i.oaw. aouth ML
> M Vf l VLKk ft KI THFRFDHn. 1.10T F at.
I<A<'-'.'t'"tl ?o UAKuA'X-A KAKL CIUKO; TO
i fit* >M.utli"k?t Iront |..t?. N h ?v.? l*t Mum!
. ? Jf* tr?f* M?r\?ium If i.,m m tr?i
|?ri* <41 .jo. h. C. HILL, KUi anil f nIh. u.w.
KALL-A Ml'LLT LOCATKD LOT. MAJTll
vVnt, on iKianok* 8t.,Columbia ll^iirbU, near 1 Jitti
bt., at ,?f? couth i**r to?<t.
A lot on U at mar 7tli at. n. and oo?- uuCit be
tm.t.i Otl.tu.I ttli ?t.. u. e.. ?,U U uTlST
m?- iiat? I'nn lianiT.
w.ttoo !eet Ot I^rouud on M nt , near Kuctb Cai ttol ?L a
bouiU trout, at cent.' i?*r t*K?t.
SWuiiMsJLtfT * BkAULKY.
- IB7 Cut. ir._
1A*U 8IU I IVE CHOICE LOTH N t All DUKUXT
* ' !r l*'- ?j.-.Hitiid hi?9Ktu l.Ti n-e.
fciiU 1<i? all' u .#4Uii/i U; du|iiii?t< J in till! ijt? tcriua
twi". Avj>i> W
litSHNKU, k CAHl'rtI,
, m U??ll Lutal. Hrol.iT*,
_ JeS-lOt 1UU? E ?t. u w.
I^OB KALE?DEKIHABLE LOTK IN MT. i l.l.A*
* ?55* '.?0?ll4*.Wi??ch. J h HKKTFoLli.
Biy^K-1 mo ^ >'l< ii.iiur liuildiiw. 14II) U it.
Ii** SALt-?0 U)TH IN ' IA1KMKW." B&
twf?-uI Lrkuurton ?u.l Nauonal lair trr ui <1?,
uHlund ..ixlju. troiu 41.">ot..ikiKiOt-Kli.hrui.
1 uiH miImU> ihiou m on tlie lim-oi improvcmenta and
aflonia an <?piH.rtumt> loi inv? atment. For i>Uu> ami
lniormaiion a|.i.l> w lit hi ft a I XiKKI-? itl).
my^4 liu U'J4 Mtbal u v.
1>?lt kale-Loth in w aooaman ami KI.
?4hllUff V' UlV|ty o| lurewiy
?alifd auudky llirk. Ihla l>ro|a-rty m mtuau at tii,?
tertuuiua of tV>une?'ti? ut a\?-. c?t. nd? d. and adjoins
KaKiruuiu livi^-btjv, Umi new bruise and lb* i-ark. Tnvo,
and near t) tLe Z??ol?.?.i. al ?ran1 ni* An viae
trie r??a?i uili b? coiuitructod, a ? Unrt?-r La\ imr already
U-? n obtained from Cucariy a-, si* .mi j ru-?? w pev
l?lc of prominence who will i>uild bin iiou?'n
Call for l'lal, alao bulletin ot clicai IToiartx
F. WAuQAMaS,
mjlO-Jin ,uu 14tU al
toAUt- -
?,MO0 FEET OF GEOIND.
>? w Iiami?lare ave, v5tL and H nu., will mate
twelve or more lota id not lt??a tuan l.> loet frontiure
_ M'lM _ 1 KA.SK U OONdtK, 14 lo t ak
I.^OK feALfc? ~~ ~
THAT 8PLFKDID LOT
on aoutheastcorucr >tw Uiuiiitun- ave. and Hat al
*?> I j-r foot. t kLA&k. M. OONUKH,
a|lto Hur^
COUNTRY BOARD.
1J"OB ltE.NT-AVll.i iMl. KKUOUH I OEEIGHT
ruoniK. * itli iroo<l Kialilt' uiU KfoH iu? imrtieii. auit
?hli' I'.r. ltj taniily <iurilik'?uiijui. r. iroud siiiuii Apply
to k . T. liiiovi N. SMUlltOU, I a uiiuuii Jciil-.it*
BoAlwI l.Ni. A m MIKOU OEKTLKMEX . 'K
uinri I'll ouMl.* mo. Iilldr. ni ??v. ?mu.'"Ut'-d m'ltii
Hr?t-ila?? Ii.wii\i ut "M'vl <? l.r?e," ou '1 ri.l.yv *?
x >j.l. near U'MtnuKtuu Ilili. AJJrvM Lock li I ju.
UlWBI town, li C. JclUf
VT OLD 1MI>T COMPOUT.
lV.ani f..r a few la::uli<-? for w ainii. Liirvr bona,
ai.d fri.,uiiU? w. il Hltaot'J. IJoatili*, i?tliiliir, bstuuK,
ataliliii^. A<ltiiv<u> 1. E. HAN'Li-V. l'li.t-oua, Va.
J?13tiika>t
C~noiNTia IK'K'.l' \ . IN. .11 sllUVltAM'oLI H
I Ktdtiob. M.ui |vlii>u brau< U I) t O. U U.Ou., ??
ItiluuteK'walk froiu MtatioL l'leut) aiiade, lullk.v.md
?atfr, KUd tabir. CUAK. KI.IM.K. Houtroae, M.ut
^oiucry Couuty, MiL, for Wruia. ftc, >? UUi'
W AN'l'Eli M MUUt BOAitLi.KK Al 8ILVI U
IT siTiUk.-, lift. liruicli U. & o. U. it. A<J.lrt?? E I1.
CLAUK. Sli?ro. WJ lei:M}t*
WiKTED NEAK TAKOHA. M MM] It BOAKO>
U era; Uo . UiUlrcli, Lucii locaUon, |>k'Ut) of milk
Ami Iruit. AUUruftn Mr*, n . V. H.. I'.O. bok l?4-l.. ity.
or lakoiua lurk. I). C. JelJ-31'
WANTLD-Kl MMEU 1K)aB1>EKH; LAUliE A1KV
11 r.Kjma; beautiful aLa<ly It all. Li|rli lofatioiL
Aa.lri?s Mr.. \l. A. lUhl'H\M.U.rivuU.u.Va.)f l'A-.it*
11 V boALl)EHK TAKEN?OKLyEi VE M1N I'TEH*
? walk froui tli. atnUou. li.'W i>uil?lnt?r; Lealtliy 1
U<c ; I'lvuiy ot al^kir. i. f.u.ilk an.i lrult I'lfuuiul Air
ily t.. Mr*. JAMES OANLLV, Uuyd'a outioa, Md.
J4Ut-Ut*
*?| OCIkTLAWN-'KI MMEKHoAUUIKOH 'I -k.
Li fruit, ic?. Ii.Uk. Ac., in proiuaion ; table unaur.
I.a-~-.J . very lar^c law n Willi an abundaut e ot aiia.l*k
Addrcan EltASK KI.1'1*. Boyd's, MiL >11 1 u.
COk 1.1 NT- By THE M.lNTH OR TEAK, IN
X ^otuionsland county. Va., a haudaouic country
liuiiac furiu.UtxL noWU lor iioaltUiuiuflXH, of Cftwu
rooina, witii .,ult/iuldlti?r?, atalil". aud kt bouae. trar
dni planted in iruita an.1 vetrvtabloa. twenty arrai of
)>a?tut?. a kochi. ' ?.k on tiic pr.-uilaca, wiUiui cuuvtu*
ifiitn.le ot Colonial Bcacb. (tvainboata to ^ a* til tic
ton daily. Apply W
Hit WILLIAM WIRT,
JcIO-Ht* Navy XK-partuioim Waalun^ton.
Board in w. vikui.nia hoi-m ains-lahu?
rouuia, plenty of aLadc. and all country oouiforUi
oubanka of South Branch nver. line baaa D-t.inK.
raiiruwd atatluu ou tiw plaue. 'lenid low. WaaUitMI
ton rvf?nnc?a invcu. Addrma Miaa ETTA MA.iU
INS'lON, uruin Hpriiw, Ilauii abirt county, vt . at \ Ir
?in>4 jfMW
Board in the mocntains ? deuohtfcl
board in tbu mouuuina of Va., i lvuty ot ahadf;
law lawn. ice and milk. apniy water, and ault Lur
ainl iron water. cotiNuyanee* for KUwaU. kilarmn
Mr?. J. HTocKtt>N, Kio. Albemarle Oo.Tya. >e5 ilw
vl M?i;h BOAKDEKK AOCOHMUUATED-riRsT.
J? claaa Board. Mr.. Dr. A B. l'KKE, Eroatbtu*.
All'vany county, Md 1-art.a. witbout rliiidran prw
Ierred. l*ure water and plenty of rtch milk. Altltuda.
V.ViKJ feet. 1 eruia 40 aud 4 < i?r waak. Jal-lt*
Bl'KOl NDV HOLKE - OEE* rOH Stmt
luanlen: 2mile* from Alexandria. Wmile fr
I railroad; lai*e iiouwi. Hue rou?M, larr.^ akady
Krounda. train* niet twice a day. BfHOtSLii
liobbk. Ali aandria. V*.
flUHT BOAKDERK WaRTED?NO> CHILDKBH
hi under li y.wjwoia?tv lakea. dalteMCal aituMtab;
mountain aceut ry. lanfe r<?uia. tiwUi. ki . oti. niila
oi rharltrtlt 1'- and t ni\. noty o? \ lryuua: four
hour* from Waabiwrtod. all daily train*. Addrwaa
Bok -l?4. ?.'barli4t.?v'.lla, A a. my:ii-l?
(LbWOMFOKT RLTKkAT. WMLHt i.LKoiiT IB
j Mountain* of Maryland, near Hart* r'? Ferry, bom*
CPUitorttand coluiiry advanta#** unexoeikad. W. M.
CLARK. Rr?P Trial. Maalunrlon county, Hd.
1 my*-!W~3ui
tl VMMEH BOARDER* AT ~OAKLARDV* (UI
O l.mL Clarke county, Va. S. V railroad. The moat
elevated and iwaltnfal aectlon of Vlayuua. AbundaM*
of *kade. ~
nute, fruit, uillk. v.jretabie*, c PB
TBrt to ui) apniK." For paruculy^a^dy~
/SttCNTHT BOAKD - KRAR ST AMOK. HOT
Vv Louk, an lmrh irrouMd. piUMw *kad* kmi
Cue klew; BO mioaqaitaa. |4eaty of Jera*j milk au(
butter, cold aprliwwalar. Cold 1'olM Farm. CWM
Ktation. I una*. Co. Va.
SLMMEK 1XMUD1.N41 RRAH
Mountain: bnck hooaa, oooi n
fruit, barm and camaffe* . two dal
ckarin- >or lawuaVaa*. ailit>**?
Hanuitou, Luudoun county, Va.
I^CMMXK BOAKD OR RuKTH Hl?t FAJU(-li>
55 cated neur tbe hbfnandoab Ihrt. aatir SfMU
tain acenery . beautiful WaalM*; b?altiiy Write far
circular luruiakliur detail* and tenua
C M. CA8TLEHAB.
F. O OaaUeman'a Farry, Clark* County. Va,
?Sgg*
gbpRlSO BANK F ARa OTKSH MAT lk. OOB
venieut lor real* la oAo* moit train* twice par

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