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FOR RENT?HOUSES.
roa BENT? l: rook', and. 8r 30
49U La ave. 15r $130 l?>-> fcih ?t uw, ?r.25.30
12U6 F st nw, ?r 100 1528 G st. 7r 42 50
1841 O st. 16r *0 S21 4\J st sw. 6r. .20.50
?27 14th nw. 12r 75 '.?<3 1st ?t aw, 6r. .23.33
SU? H st aw. llr 75 1318 V ?t, 7r 25
433 #th nw. store 73 110ft 7th aw, store. .23
621 H st is. llr....60 & I ? ??. 7r. . .?.!?>
tol'J P st nw. 15r 70 13*4 C st sw. 12r 23
lata K St. lOr .. .<17.42 211 Arthnr pi, 7r. 22.no
1007 X H jtt, Ur .tW.13 i!'24 I, st. ?r 22.SO
?00 6th st aw. llr.63.73 1423 Pier.e pi, 6r..22.80
The Mil ten?Apartment*. 113" 24th st. Or .22.50
1621) 22d st. lOr ?B 2< Tth ee. 6r 22.M)
Wash Grors. it CO ?? X nw, 8r 22.40
*>13 G st nw. llr 60 010 B aw, 5r 21 00
? 13 ?tii aw, lOr CO'633 D st so, 6r...30.50
TO# ?th aw, 12r. .55.33 1208 H ne, Tr 20.35
1316 O st o?, 10r.55.43 '43 4>h st nw. 6r 20
1022 ?th aw. Sr.. .5- .53 1143 ?th st ne, 6r 20
>U1 K Can. s*d?-.5.V?J 1228 H st ne. Or..l8.."4l
1713 TV Sales. 10T...5.-I 126 O st ne. ?ir 18.35
l?36 R 1 ave. lOr 33 !"02 16tb st. 6r 20
1723 DeSale* St. S?r. .56 2131 Va ?e nw.6r.l8.M
1010 22J .t nw. 0r..v>.00 1834 E st nw. 6r..18.30
9002 g St. 10r 30 1*04 V St. 6r 20 50
1729 12th st, 12r !? 5? I. ?? nw, 6r 18 0C
?IS X Y ave 50 ""8 10th st ne. 7r.l<.30
?'.* K st. Or 50 21 2*1 st Be. 3r 17 30
?3S T st nw. Dr.. .S0."'> 415 11th ee, 6r 16.87
V<0 M st aw, ?r. .40.50 522 4th ae. ?r 16.30
13 E st nw, 14*. .4t) <S> 2431 M aw. 3r 1?
?14 17th s(. 13r 823 Mass ats ne, 6r.l6 5f
1134 15th st nw. Sr..35 715 A st ne, 6r 15.4*
1?im M *t 13r .'C? 914 25th st, 3r 13.XO
Frederick, lat 1.4r.37.S0 Tth ae. 6r .... .13
1*25 K st li? 2210 CleTeland, 6r..l,.3o
1607 T. 7r 30 ??> Cnliau et. 6? .12.M
1124 a aw, Sr 83.33 2341 Champt'n av,3rl0.5<
R H. WAllNEH * CO., 916 F m..
my 26- to. t Un?. tf
won KENT? 11152 18th st 83.32
V NFL UN I8n CD S2I 1Mb st 73
1623 II st 33131 11*2 X st 7tl
1523 N H ate 2T3 lu22 1 st 6-'
171J I SI iO" 1U24 I st ?
1211 Conn are 2T.o l.'n, Vt avs ?
13^1 K st 175 11640 Ifttli st ?
J.XCJ 1 si 100 1235 W St. with sta. ??
22<1 <t. west side, just *31 17th st f
north of Mass ave. .100 2131 Florida ave 5<
1431 11 1 a?e l'l" 2140 Fla are 3<
?U14 O ?t 100 i.'.ll S st 43
1S27 Jcfft-rsoo pi..83 84 2021 N st ?
l'.*2 1- i ~t .. . ,7ft.-mi 1317 Vt are 3.
1818 J. ffer?on place.. 7H 1427 20ta at II
ruRNisnm ?
Cor IStli & U >'< ti ^ ltftli bet P and y sts.225
.with nai.v- * 838.341 It ?t Ix-t 20th and
Masa are. 18th tc P 21st sts - 200
st?, with *t?Me.. .625 Fla are near Mas*
H Ket 17th k lutli are isumiuerl .30
sts, wit.'i Stai-li-.. .506! O st bet 20th and
R I ?>.? bet 17th st 21st ?ta ...,15?
h t una ave. with JeCersoo pla. e bet
atatil" 4:6.67 Conn are k 10th..17,
II st near ''.na are. Cor 11 and 20th.. ..2M
with stable 416.67 l?'h st bet Q and R.l?
tl l?et 1 ?tu X lath. .300 De Sales st Iwt lltli
?!_?* a ?? ??t Ista st St snd C..nn ave 123
and Dopout Hr-le. .300 M bet ISth k 19th..103
Cotn are bet 3t and | Corcnraa ?? bet 17th
X ats 2W1.07 and 18th sts 101
Goun ave l>et M and ! 15th st near Mass are
S su. with stable 230 isummeO 4<
ROOMS.
Offl ? rooms 1st Beor oI 1814 H, heat $33
1108 F st. 1st 9oor 7 furnished rooms and
and basement 8123 lath oo F at aear
Irm. 2d 3uor. 1503 11th at..?????..... ?
Pa ave. cor 15th..
STORIES.
1233 W at. n w., cor. 13th St.. store and
dwelling, with brick stable (12301 *3*
jyS CAS BK Sffi'IfocioJ
riCE FOB I EUM1TS APPLY
nvl3-eo 1303 Pennsylvania ara.
FOK RENT?1326 9TH ST. X.W.; HAXDSOMB
new 8-room h'ose: all modern conveniences; de
atrable anl convenient neighborhood. Apply tc
FRANK T. BROWMNG. 418 3th St. a.w.m28-t<
tOR RENT-*42!50^BHICK 1913 H 8T. X.W.;
ft rooms, latrobes. range. ?as. bath, cellar; large
jacl JOB. FORREST. 1008 F st. n.w. 12 to 2.
jBjll-lm' _
FOR RENT?AT A LOW PRICE, 2106 R ST.
a w., near Conn. are. <-ars: rery desirable toi
attractive house; nearly new; In perfe<t order,
10 rooms; 3 baths. H. L RL'ST. 624 14th st.n.w.
ap.Vtf
"TOR REnT? 1^20 17tb. llr. ami..50
2020 Hlllrer place. $100 323 21st. 6r. ami. .28.30
20o8 R. llr. ami 65 617 Morris ne. ami. ..20
142 A ne. ISr. ami..80 Offlcj. 1117 G st W
{OA Maple av. Sr.aini.40 Office, 621 F st......SC
W. X. GREaORY, with John O. Johnson. 1117 O at.
arlftlm
FOR R EXT?AX EXCELLENT 7-ROOM BRICK
deellltz; *25 7th st. a.w.; on cable car line;
only $18 per month. R. A. FHHUPS k_ SOX,
14S8 X?w f?rk ara. my-4-7t
FOR RENT? . ?
1714 OreKoa a?e, ?r.$3? 1226 Dnncan ne. 6r.15.30.
3131 L aw, ftr.new.40.30 620 Whitney sr.fir. 13.80
McLACHLEX * BATCHELDF.R,
my23-tf Cor. 10th and G sts. n.w.
FOR SALE?BICYCLES
FOR SALB-COI.CMBIA PKEUMAT1C SAFETY,
mi<del "H3; i?ed only a short time; will sell fot
_?70. 1301 S a.w. my312t?_
JH-?R S.MJE- COLUMBIA PNVUMAT1C SAt irrV
of "03 model; ussd onlr short time; In perfeel
order; cost $'.50; will sell for $75 cash. A bar
gain. Apply at 247 N'L Cap. st. my30-2t*^
FOR SM.E COLOIBIA PNEUMATIC SAFETY;
model rt<>; weighs 28 lbs.; Inner tube tlrea; good
condition; cash or Installments.
my2a?-1m 924 R it. n.w.
FOR SAIX-FINE VICTOR PNEUM VTIC, -S3
model: complete, with estra Inner rabbet
guards, fce.; liO cash, or 8X1 time If gnod refer
encee. J. B. M.. 1106 E st. n.w. (upstairs).tu26-tl
FOR SALE?12 NEW. HIGH-GRADE. SAFETY
blcycUs; for lady or gentleman; cushion tires;
guaranteed one year; $<J0 cash; $65 on time.
myl2-tf H. 9. OWEN MFO. CO.. 1423 X.Y.ave.
FOR SALE?.PIANOS.
FORSAI-EA SUPERB UPRIGHT PIANO; staxS
ard make; nearly new; only $183; be'.-mgs to a
discharged War Dept. clerk, who must sacrlllct
this $330 piano for cash. To he seen at THOM
SON'S MUSIC STORE, 321 11th at. mylO-tf
FOR SALE-ONE 7 1 3-OCTAVE ROSEWt>OD CASB
upright piano, with handsome plush stool and
thoroughly guaranteed, for $165 caah. PFEIFFEU
k COXLtFF. 417 11th at. n.w. ap21-tf
DENTISTRY.
That Aching Tooth
la easily removed with no shock to th<
serves or pains to rack you. With oar llqnlc
solution applied to the affected parts sverj
?article of pain la eliminated. Extracting,
Sc.; with gas or applied eolation. 50c.;
cleaning. 75c.; silver, platlna or amalgam
4]Ung7i5e-; gold, $1 up; very Aneet full sel
teeth, $7. Crown and bridge work a spec
kill.
Dr. Graham, am seventh st. *.w.
?y$?
i>R. V. B. OROSHOX. JR.. DENTIST. OF 1308
14th at. B.W., Will leave for his cottage at Co
lonial Beach July the 1st; appointment! pleass
call: painless sxtrsctlon. my23-tmo
"SdHdENTAL- INFIRMARY. TEFTTII FILLED
and artltrial teeth Inserted without charge, e*
eept coat of material, at 1325 H st. n.w., den
. f S ^ S. _ m a c^l-.r^KInn T n rorsifY
sr c
from
VVwl VI uui.^i ?? vv . . .
department of th?~ Columbian Inlreriltj,
i 1 to 5 p m. dally, except Sunday. Ex
|nMtlljp free Inflrinary open from October^S^tc
FAIXLEBB. YET SAFE, METHODS
Applied In all Dental operations. Cha.-gee moder
ate. See "ad." In another column.
EVANS DENTAL PARLORS. 1217 PA. AVE. fe2
tJ, g. DENTAL ASSOCIATIOX, THE LEADING
?ental organisation of America. Selentlflc DEN
TBTRY at moderate prices by experts only. 401
TTH ?T. gee card In another colomn. ocw
OCEAN TRAVEL
Netherlands line
From Xew York to Rotterdam vis Boulogne ear
VIev \,3\ hours from London or Paris).
S. S. Spaarndam. Sat.. June 2, 1 p.m.
?. 9. Dubbeldam. Thu., June T, 1 p.m.
First cahla. $50 to $70. Second cabin. $38.
For Information apply to General I'asaenger
Ageocy. 39 Broadway. Xew York, or to agents at
Washington. D. C.. G. W. MOSS, 921 Pa ave.:
E. F. DROOP. 925 Pa. ave.. and A. W. ROBSOX.
815 13th st. e-w. mk 15-th,s.tu6m_
CUN'ARD l.INE 1ST r-L. |r>0 TO $173: 2D CI,.
|SS to $43: ?tserage: $23. I>eddlng free' plans ot
vtsrela. lists of vacancies, future sailing date,
herths engaged, C L. DuBOU, Agent. 631 F a.w.
a$$k?
COOK'S SUMMER /OURS?
Eleven partle* foe Europe, visiting principal
capitals and art centers. First departure by 8.S.
Teutonic Msy 2. Other latea. May 26, June 2,
13. 14. 23. 27 and 80.
California. Yellowatooa Park, kr., (2 days' tour,
will lease May IX
Vacation trip* everywhere by all railroad and
steanafelp lines Estimates furnished for any
toor. ARTHUR W. ROBSOX,
Agsat Tboa. Conk k Son,
?>l?-tf 615 15th st n w.
" HOTELS
WXLLARJXS HOTEL.
Pa. avs. and 14th St..
a*23 Washington. D. C.
? BBITT HOUSE,
WASHLNOTOX. D. a
UNDERTAKERS.
R. W. Barker,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND ELMBALMER,
612 11th st. n.w.
1867 EataMiftht-d 1867.
T1m llrat undertaker to practlco the art of
?mbalminz in Washington, D. C.
Jradnat* of tb* Cincinnati School of Embalming,
18a6 claat.
All work fnmrantcMl.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Talophooo call. 9*J7. mh2-8m
W. R. Speare,
Undertaker & Embalmer,
MO F Street Northwest.
everything strictly first-class and on the most
reasooabls terms. Telephone call, 840. Jal-tr
AUGUSTUS"BURGDORF.
FURNISHING UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
1334 NEW YORK AVE X.W.
Telephone. 2-j6. se23-tr
ACCOUNTANTS.
I'A i Kl< iv II ? BRE.NNAN,
Fubllc Ac?r?un:aot au?l Auditor, 1421 F Kt. n.w.
Complicated tranoactkxw equitably adjusted.
Corporalioa audita a sy?-uiltjr.
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
FOE SALE-NEW *8.500 HOUSE FOR $7,300; TWO
ngoarea north of Dupoot circle; Sr., bath, and
m,?m; owner ?"?t aelL W. 8.
MLNNIX, 1427 F it. n.w. my3i
^5 i?'M;.E~ NKAR E- CAP- ST.. COMMODIOUS
'rtck; 10 rootus; bath; cellar; modern; lot 18 by
OWVFR^im'r Mcrtfl?e; price, *5.500.
OWNER, 1021 E. Cap. st. my31-3t*
-BARGAINS^ EVERY ONE-PUlU?B
RMH (M> EASY TERMS?
8\ORE AND DWELLING, 1824 14TH ST.
?U 9QQ
8TOKE AND DWELLING, 1357 H ST.
N.E. (NEW) 4 150
(GOOD. QHOCERY OR RESTAURANT STAND.)
5.e ant' dwbxin'G, auaa iora st.
N.W .. ?? 330
i1;^" fc't- of ground. With good brick.)
<ROf>M BRICK. CELLAR AND HATH... 2,000
it1?7 T" ALLEY; VERY CHEAP.)
NICE FRAME (LOT 20xi?5), M ST. S.E.... 1 600
GOOD FIUME, G ST. NEAR TTH.
BROAD LOT 1 375
_my31 3t CHAS. A. SHIELDS, .406 F ST. N.W.
FOR SALE?ONE OF THE BE8T~BUMNEBB CXflf
nere oa 4(4 st. s.w.; store, dwelling aod stable.
Worth $6,u00; imst be sold and is now offered
for *4.250. C. BOVER A SON,
" '?"??St 214 7th b.w.
FOR SAI.E-RY AUGUST DONATH. 611 7TH ST
I CAN SELL A COZY HOME. WITH PLENTY
OF GROUND. FOR *2.250; LOCATION NEAR
TERMINUS OF HSTREET RAILWAY I AM
ABLE TO MAKE THE TERMS OF PAY IENT
easy enough to suit any man in re.
CET1T OF LIVING WAGES. AN"t ONE RE
QUIRING A 3 ROOM HOUSE WILL FLND THE
PURCHASE OF THIS HOME CHEAPER THAN
PAYING RENT.
FOR SALE-l HAVE THREE NICE HOUSES"
practically new, on.' 9 aod two 6 rooms, respect
ively, which I will sell on yery email or do
cash payment to rt-spoiulMe and desirable pur
chasers; all In nice neighborhood, convenient to
ears; let me locate yon in a nice home on easy
terms, about equal to rent; don't delay. "NICE
^HOMES." Star office. m.v8o-3t
FOR SALE^STH ST. BET. M AND N~STS. N WTi
three-story brick; 0 rooms, bath, stable; a.m.l.;
rent* for *30 mouth. Price, *4,500. WEB I', it
T0TTEN, 5o6 F. ?t. n.w. mjiW-Si*
FOR BALE^A NICE BRICK HOUSEON 12TH
at. near departments; 11 rooms; m.l.j worth
*1.000: owner must leave; price. *4,650.
mya>-3t C. BOYER A SON. 214 7th at. s.w.
FOR SALE? SEVERAL FINE PROPERTIES FOB
largo business purpose*, that would require
?witch from railroad.
?Wt C. BOYQ& A SON, 214 7th ?t. ?.w.
FOR BALE?10*4 OONXBPnCTT AVE., A~VERY
d siraMe and unusually well constructed and
Mulshed dwelling. Apply to OWNER, at 806
17th st. W. M. FOINDEXTER. my2!>-lm
FOR SALE?BY ASSIGNEE-THREE NEW HOUSES,
Nob. 1032, 1034 and 1036 15th st. n.e.; 7 rooms
and cellar each; mod. imp.; lot 17x95 to alley;
these houses mast be sold, and are a great bnr
f?ln at *1.800
^?JlENR Y WALKER, Assignee, 1006 F n.w.
_ my2??t
FOR SALE-OR TRADE-A SPI-ENDIDLY BUILT
6-rm. cottage; bath; a.m.l.; stable, etc.; n.e.;
with only 9100 or so inrumbrance; for a ni^e brick
house; a.m.l.; on Capitol Hill; will asxu:ne la
cumbrance; owners take notice. Also beautiful
lot n.w. (select section), for 2 or more small
houses in gocd renting locality. Boom 5. 1201
_F*. my29-3t
FOR SALK-? ~~
??CHARMING HOME."
Don't fail to inspect tbe new three-story and
basement brick and stone dwelling 20<H 15th
?t. n.w.; hardwood finish: tiled bath room; fur
nace heat; beautifully papered and crystal chan
delieia; very cheap for cash. It will pay you to
examine this bouse before you purchase. For
price, terms. See., apply to
wescott, Wilcox * hieston,
_ . _ M07 Pa. ave. n.w.
" ??<* * fny'J?-s.tu,th3t
8AI-* OR LEASE?COMMODIOUS Sl'BUR
Ban residence corner Woodley lane uad Teunally
town road: handsome lawn (100x200 feeti and
excellent stable.
.... GOI.DSBOROUGH BROS. & CO..
_ap3-3tAs,tuitht? 1503 Penn. ave.
FOR SALE OR LEASE-LARGE AND ELEGANT
new bouse on the Tennallytown road at Its in
tersection with Massachusetts avenue extended;
handsomely snd completely finished from garret
?? "x-"': sp;i-ioua grounja (30,(100 feeti;
beautiful views; price. *60,000; would leas* to
an acceptable tenant.
(rOLDftBOROIJGH BROS. A CO..
?p3-3t&s.tnAthtf 1503 IVnn. ave.
FOR SALE?COZT 6-ROOM ENGLISH BASEMENT
dwelling; first story brown stone; 307 11th st.
n-e.; convenient to cars. Price. *3.750; *150 cash,
balance *20 per month.
ALLEN W. MALLERY & CO.,
?-y2* 624 F at. n.w.
FOR SALE-IN IX DROIT PARK~NEW C.ItoOM
brick; a.ml.; only *S,50O; *lt?i cash. *25 mo.
8TUBUES A Moore.
_my2S ?0? p st. n.w.
FOR SALE?AN ELEGANT 6-ROOM ~BRICK. .V'.L
L. on 12th st. n.e.; near H st. cars ami herdlcs;
only *3.900; only *25 per month. STURGES A:
MOORE. 000 F it. n.w. my 28
FOR SALE?BUSINERS PROPERTY; ONE OF THE
best corners In the city; highly Improved, and
well rented; Is now offered at a very low price.
Now is the time to purchase; no better Invest
ment offered arywhere. Remember, this ofler
la open for a sbnrt time only, when the prop
erty will be withdrawn from ttic market. For
particulars, apply to owner, 11K1LBRUN A CO.,
_ 402 7th st. n.w. iny2U-?t |
for sale-iiandsomb new three story
brick dwelling. 1815 19'h st. a.w.; thirteen
rooms snd bath room; all latest Improvements;
carefully built under our personal supervision
and lirst-clawa In everr respect; house open for
Inspection. For further particulars, apply to
my2b-6t* TYLER A RUTHERFORD. 1307 F st.
FOR SALE?SEVERAL, HANDSOME NEW i>\Vi;i.7~
lngs within three squares of Dnp?nt Circle.
Prices rron[ *lo.5<lO to J J", noo. fNos. 143 to 147 I
my26 6t* TYLER * RUTHERFORD, 1307 F st."
FOR SALE-OIt EXCHANGE? "
One house near Dupont Circle *0.500
One house near Scott Circle 16.000
One house Oregon ave. near 19th st #.<100
One house Le Droit Park, Elm st 4.000
One hnnse near Capitol 4,000
One honse near Washlns'on Circle 5 000
Three houses near Wnahlngton Circle for,..15."00
One house near Dupont Circle 13,500
Several lots near Dupont Circle for exchange.
Apply CHAS. EARLY, 603 14th it. n.w.
_myl9-25t
FOR SALE - BARGAINS?BELOW COST EASY
terms >-<?. 1811. 1813 18th at.; finely finished;
10 and 12r.; a.m.l.; reception halls, fireplaces,
h.w. heat, Ac. Keys of OWNER, 1800 lhtL
my2-lm#
FOR SALE-ABSOLUTE BARGAINS? '
Entry No. Price.
#29- 16th st. above Scott Circle, ?'corner" .*20.000
728?16th st. near Scott Circle, 12 rooms.. lfl.RnO
*21-Comer, 50 foot front, near Scott Circle 12,000
*20?1 block from Dupont Circle, (r. deep.. 10.000
Many of the finest residences in the city. Prices
from *10.000 to *100,000. E. C. BAUM'gRAS,
'Phone 7X9 (myli) 1421 G St., main floor.
FOR SAI.E?HAND0OMB NEW 6-ROOM, STONE
and brick; 1938 5th. near T at. n.w.: a.m.l.;
concrete cellar; furnace: cabinet mantejs; elec
tric gas lighting: for *5.000: one-fourth cash.
Owner and key at 1984 5th st. n.w. my7-lm
FOR SALE-TO SETTLE AN ESTATE-THREE 4
t??1. P.T^-brtck bouses opposite Franklin Park;
72 ft. Hj leches on I st. by 144 ft.; stable., on
rwir lot. Apply to Dr. D. M. 0GDEN, Executor,
1624 P at. n.w. my7-1 in*
FOR SALE-HOUSE ON 19TH ST. N.E.; NEW V
room frame; 2 stories: near st. cars and two
herdic lines; convenient and coxy house; *950:
*100 cash, and *15 monthly, or $20, Including
interest, will make a nice home and save Day
lug -ent; office open to 8 p.m.
. -a... FRANK U HANCOCK * CO..
ap-5-tf Cor. 13th and G ats. n.e.
FOR SALE?A HANDSOME 7-ROOM HOUSE ON
Q st. n.w.; only *4.000?*100 cash and monthly
payment*. A bargain.
mv!8 STURGES A MOORE. 606 F at. n.w.
*"22 2:8,, 12TH ST. S.E.; NEW 7-ROOM
.^ Imps.; papered; near new
aChurch. \V 111 he sold to respectable col
ored people. *4.250; *150 cash and *15 monthly.
Apply to OWNER. 1245 G st. n.e.. or
FRANK L. HANCOCK A CO..
_ ?y7-tf Cor. 12th and Pa. ave. s.a.
FOR SALE?517 14TH ST. N.E.; NEW PRESSED"
brick house; 6 rooms: a.m i.; cement cellar- fine
location: near cars: *8,2(0: *100 cash, and *15
monthly; this house will cost vou *25 a month,
including Interest and taxes: onen Sundav
FRANK L. HANCOCK & CO.
ap26-tf Oor. 13th and G sta. n.?.
FOR SALE?LOTS.
for sale- BY AUG! ST DONATH, til 1'7TH ST-1
A front on the B. A O. railroad; will be sub
divided to suit; no trouble about sidlug; rallnsid
wilt not move thia summer. tuy30
FOR SALE LOT NO. 2, BLOCK 40; OOI.U.\I1!!A
Height^; Bloney st. near 14th n.w.; sener, wa
iter and gas. Inquire 908 Pa. ave. n.w. nii.'IO-St*
FOR SALE - BUILDERS. LOOK AT THIS-5 BEAU
tl?il building lots, each 2t>xllti, on the north !
side of Harvard st.. Columbia Heichts, adjoin- |
In/ the comer of 14th; price low; terms easy
m2U.'!t DAVID D. STo.NE. f<H and S06 F St. n.w. I
FOR EXCHANGE?A *13,500 EQUITY^ TRUST
*<S.OOO, In al>out 16,000 s?i. ft. of ground In the
fashionable northwest.
_in2'j-3t DAVID I). STONE, 804 and 806 F St. n.w.
FOR SALE FIVE ACRES. FRONTING 500 FEET
on Tennallytown road, just north of Oak View,
and a number of the most eligible tra ta for
?uiidlvlsloo nurtMiscs In that neicb'norbooil.
GOI.DSBOROUGH BROS. Ic CO.,
ap3-St*s.tu4thtf 1503 Penn. ave
FOR SALE-LOT 4. BIOCK 12, K ALOR AMA
Heights; lieautlful lot; 100x50; price. *1.10 i
foot. OOLDSI:* titOUGH BltOS., 1503 I'a. ave.
op3 3tAs.tu.th.tf
*?,? ^At-E Lors 109 AND 110, 8QUARE 133
'' "hst. near Si; price *2.25 per souar? foot.
GuIDS BOH OUCH BROS- A CO., 1503 Pa. ave.
sp3-3tAa.tn.tli.tf
FOR SALE HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO
make a fortime. Cannot be duplicated for twice
tbe money. Terras easy
2.000 000 s.,uare f. et ground. M and 26th ?ta. n.e?
at 6 cents square foot.
2.000,000 s?n:are feet ground Pennsylvania avenue
? e - 5 cents square foot.
3?U*)0 fupiare f?et of ground H street n.e., at 20
rent* square foot.
,'rx *roun'1 ?nd Joliet its.. I
^ ashing ton. at 10 cents square fo??t.
WnHMnVr?nre ?f gr',uw1 381,1 street. West,
? ni MJif 22'c**nts fc,?uare l>l^t
and full particulars call on
_ _ J. F. WAGGAMAN,
** <00 14th st. n.w. (up stalrsl.
NOTAKIES PUBLIC.
COMMISSIO.sElt uF l^Ll.DS A.VD NOTARY n:B
11c for ail states aud territories a SPECIALTY
by It. li. KVA.NSs ofllce (lascment/ lajl F st.
^Always in otliee hours. Ja7-tf
COM V. OF DEEI?S FOU KVKltY STATE '
territory. Notarj an*.l I . s <'oni/nissione;'.
JOHN" ?. liEALL. 12.1 it ?i. u. w. |
SUMMER RESORTS.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
HADDON HALL,
Atlantic City, K. J.
Directly on the beach.
rajSllm LEEDS & LIPPINCOTT.
BRADY HOUSE. ATLANTIC (TTY, N. J., AR
kansaa htc. bet. Atlantic aiul beach. Eulargretl,
improved- Send for circular. Cheerful family
houae. JAMES BRADY. myl5-3ui
BEACH VILLA, lsS- (OCEAN ENDfoCKAN AVE,
Atlantic City, N. J.; full ocean view. Open all
the Tear, l'erma moderate. Urn. K. M. PAT
TERSON. my4-a?t
VOlt KENT OK SALE?AT ATLANTIC CITV, N\J.?
Barralna In hotela. hoarding houae. uuil cottaae.:
building altea reasonable. ISRAEL G. ADAMS &
CO., Atlantic City. luy^-lm
HOTEL AI.DIXE. ? PAOTFIC~AV EN' V E NEAR OHIO,
Atlantic City, N. J.; strictly ttrst-cluoa In all
appointment,. Reasonable terms. Bend for de
scriptive pamphlet, price list, etc.
HARRY D. EASTMAN,
my21-2mo Proprietor.
HOTEL ATGLEN.
Atlantic City, N J. Michigan are. near beach.
Thoroughly heated Perfect sanitary arrangem^nta.
in!.J?t< Jv.31 Terms,$S to $10 per week. J.E.REED.
On beach, Maryland ax., Atlantic
City; capacity, 200; every comfort
HOTEL aud convenience of a Brat-claw
IMPERIAL, home; good table: (2 to $3 per day;
?10 t.^ J1S per w?*k: special rate,
for families for season.
O. W. KENDRICK. Owner and Proprietor.
Washington trade solicited fe24-8m
HOTEL EDISON, MICHIGAN AVE. NEAR BEACH,
Atlantic City, N. J.; op-n all the year; elevntor;
steam heat; electric bells; all modern comforta.
m>2tS-lm J. C. COPELAND.
HOTEL KENDERTON,
Ocean end Tennessee nve.,
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. SPECIAL RATES.
_?hlMm Mra. J. F. NEALL of Tioga.
HOTEL LELA.NDE.
ATLANTIC, CITV, N. J.,
ON" THE I'.EACH.
myl52m 8AM L WAGNER ft SON.
HOTEL MT. VERNON, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J..
Pacific ave.; the entire rear ami 1,000 feet of
porch room facing the ocear.; capacity, 1(15; hav
ing been much improved and refurnished, will re
open May 12. Terms, $1.6(1 to $2.50 per day; $S
to $14 per week. JAS. S. MOON", Prop. ap21-2m
HOTEL ROSSMORE,
Atlantic City, N. J.;
_ . Near the beach.
Under Washington management. Newly furnished.
Rates, $10 to $15 per week.
myl0-3m? TUB HARTSOCK BROS.
HOTEL TRAYMORE, ~
Atlantic City, Jf. J.
Open all the year.
?pti ta W. W. GREEN ft 00.
HOTEL WELLINGTON.
ALTANTIC CTTT, V. J.
KENTUCKY A VENTS,
NEAR THE BEACH. NOW OPEN
mhl2-?m M. A. ft H. S. Mil.NOR.
MELROEB IXN-ON-THE-BEACH.
^ BHLMAR, N. J.
Opens June 15. Address Melrose Ian.
my!2 eo2mftlw
SEASIDE H OI'SE, ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
On ocean front Sun parlor. Elevator. Salt water
baths in house.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
myl4-lm CHAS. EVAN'S.
SEASTDE- ATLANTIC CITY, N. jT
UNITED STATES HOTEL ANT> CAFE.
Ocean view and center finest villas and drive.
Capacity KQO guests. First-class a<-Ovtnmuta
tions and orchestra. For terms and rooms, ad
_dress JOHN 8. DAVIS, Prop'r. mylS-lVamo
THE AIBEMAllLE. VIRGINIA AVE. NEAR
beach; new and modem (of beet ?-lass); steam
heat; every convenience; "the terms are rea
sonable;" illustrated booklet mailed upon appli
cation <fel0-4ni, CllARLBB E. COPE.
THE QIALFONTE.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.,
ON THE BEACH FRONT.
Descriptive frustrated booklet mslled on applica
tion. HOT 8RA WATER B\TH*. ELEVATOR. Ac.
ap2-3m E. ROBERTS 4k ?OVH
THE ELRKRON.-ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.. TENN.
e.ii.l Pacific aves.; lefurnished, with all conven
ien<es. Op^np Martb 17. M. J. ECKERT. for
merly of the Rcssraoro. and now at 1123-25 13th
n.w., Washingtou. 1). C. ml0-3m
THE ET KTOV!
Atlantic City. N. J. Kentucky ave. near bench. .
Home comforta: steam heat; appointment* first- '
_<H*s E WTT.E fe1 Om
THE HEWITT, SOITTI^PEYNSTLYANIA AVENUE, '
Atlantic City. N. J.; terras moderate. WALTER
S. IVES & OO.f owners and proprietors. myft-eol2t
THE IRVINOTON
Atlantic City, X. J.
On th<? bt-sch. Modern and cheerful.
Elevator to ground floor. All water filtered,
my8-1 m CHAMBERS * HOOPES.
THE MARYIAND.
New York ave. near the beach.
Atlantic City, X. J. Reopens May 80.
my!7-2Hm F. S. OK EM, Prop.
THE LEHMAN,
Ocean end of Pa. nv >.. Atlantic City, N. J.
Always open.
myl0-eol2t F. W. LEHMAN & CO.
THE SHELHURNE,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.,
REMAINS OPEN THROUGHOUT Tn? TEAR.
Situated directly on the beach. Every conve
nlenre. Including hot and cold sea water hatha and
elevator.
fe2 6m J. D. 80CTHWICK. Manager.
THE WAVERLY.
Atlantle City, N. J.
mhg-eo3ni L. T. BRYANT.
ASlll'R Y PARK. !?. J.
ASBt RY PARK. N. J. LAKE AVENUE HOl'SE.
directly on Wealey Lake; gas. hath and artealan
water; moderate rate*, near the beach.
mj2H-2m Mr*. M. B. WHEELER.
THE FENIMORE '
Aabury Park, N. J.
Cap.. 200. For clrculara, ftc., addreaa
tny28-2m THOS. NORIJ!.
THE BRIGHTON. ONE BLOCK FROM THE
beach. Ashury Park, N. J.
Open all the year. Home comforta.
ap'.MOOt Mra. HAMILTON HUNT.
SEA-SIHE?JEHSRY COAST.
THE EN'GIESIDK. BEACH HAVEN. N.J.,
Will open on S^iturday. June 0. 1S84. All modern
conrcnlencea. Including hot aea water hatha In
houae. Special ratea for June. Send for circular.
ROUT B. ENOI.E. Prop..
my2 to aelO Mt. Holly. N.J., unjll June 1.
West End Hotel.
LONG BRANCH.
Cottages and Restaurant open Jnne 14.
Hotol opens June 23.
D. M. AND W E. HILDRETH.
NEW YORK OFFICE, METROPOLITAN HOTEL.
myl5-tuAth-2mo
THE ALLAIRE.
SPRIN'T UKE. N. J.
Directly on the beach. Open June 18.
myl2(Wt E. M. RICHARDSON.
?THE RUSKIX/' SPRING LAKE, N. J., BEAUTI.
fully situated opposite the lake near She beach;
opens June 1. myO-lmo
SEA-SIDE?NEW ENGLAND.
HESPEULS HOUSE,
MAGNOLIA, MASS.
Beautifully situated on the north shore,
combining all the advantages of seashore
and country.
OPEN FOR THE SUMMER, JUNE 0.
SPECIAL RATES FOR JUNE.
OIULA PAIGE.
Refer to
Hon. J. H. Saville,
Judge J. K. McCammon,
Chas. E. Foster, EsQ., and others.
myl4-m*tli6t
MErATOXET HOUSE,
Narrapansett Pier, R. I.
2fith season opens June 4. Superior location;
modern Improvements; 2o0 guests. myl.Vlm
NEWPORT- SUMMER COTTAGES TO LET -NEW"
comfortable, woll arranged. furnislMMi cottages,
with all moflern conveniences, at $300 to $500
|H-r cottaye for aeason. Within 300 feet of the
principal 1-atliing beach, and 5 minutes' walk of
the electric railway. All have ocean view and a
safe and uncxrelled bathing privilege. An un
nsual opportunity to enjoy a Newport season at
trifling expense. Cottages average 12 rooms.
Further particulars furnished by A. FKESCOTT
I>AhiKR, Agent. Newport, R. I. mvS-lra*
FOR RENT IN VINEYARD "HAVEN, MASS.,
place of Martha's Vlni'vard Summer Institute:
large cottage house; lf? rooms; hot and cold
water over entire house; bath room and other con
veniences; near shore, and Joratinr) flrst-'-lass in
all respects. Mrs. E. E. IIAKPEK, Vineyard
Haven, Mass. my25-lw
LAltKIN HOUSE. WATCH HILL, R I.
Open from June to October. For terms, dia
gram of rooms, Sec., address F. S. AII>RICH,
Proprietor. Circulars may be obtained from
the leading drug stores. mylS-lm
SK \ MISCELLANEOUS.
OLD POM COMFORT, VA.- for MMST, BY |
year or for season. fu?-n. cottage, 11 rooms; large I
water front; beautiful grounds; for private resi
dence or boarding house. V. W. CURIiY, l'hoebus,
Va. my 24-1 m*
HOTEL BELLEVUiW, CHAPEL POINT, ML>."
now open; management tirst-class; salt water
bathing, fishing and < Tabbing. Terms, $0.
and $10 per week. Sj?eclal rates to families.
Address MUS. A. P. KKETCHMAR, Bel Alton
P. O., Mil., or E. S. RANDALL, steamer Harry
Raudall, Washington, L?. mylU-lm
ooban crrr, m:?. cottaob roR best; ni? e",
new, pretty, on beach; 7 rooms; furntshc^d;
only $1!0<J for season. Apply, 507 A s.e., to see
view and learn particulars. my23-8t*
oTxT POINT Cf) M FOI IT, V A 7- FOURENT. B Y TIIE
vear or for the season, furn. cottage of 11 rooms;
large water front; b.-autiful grounds; for private
rt-s'.dence or boarding house. Address V. W.
( URRY, Piio. bus, Va. my24-St*
SEASHORE HOME FOR THE SPRING, Sl^lMER
aud fall montlia. Adults jireferred. Reduced
rates May and June. Apply to A. B. SHOWELL,
Ocean City, Md. my2-w.fs3t-tl.en tu, '
,th to je2
SPRINGS AND BATHS.
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEI. IS NOW OPEN FOR
the a<-commodati<?3 of guests. The hotel is light
ed with electric lights, has water on every iloor
from the celebrated spring?, and the best of
sanitary arrangements. For further information,
apply to CHAS. P. JACK, Proprietor, Berkeley
Springs, W. Va. my20-24t*
SUMMER RESORTS.
SPRINGS AND I1ATHS.
BEDFORD SPRINGS HOTEL,
BEDFORD, PA.
The Carlsbad of America.
WILL OPEN JUNE 21
Under new management. With its spring# of
curative waters, it is a healthful as well as a
delightful summer home.
Fur booklets and terms call on
Mr. A. J. ROBINSON, Hotel Arno. until June 15.
iny24-2m* J. T. ALSIP, Manager.
THE MOUNTAIN HOUSE,
CRESSON, PA.
On top of the Allegheny Mouutalns, Main Una
Penna. R. R.f 103 miles east of Pittsburg.
All trains stop.
OPENS JUN1 25.
Delightful location. Excellent drives. Para air
and water. Appointments the best.
Write for circulars. WM. R. DUNHAM, Supt.
myl-78t
fHB BERKELEY SPRINGS HOTEL WILL BH
open for the accommodation of guests June 1,
1804. The company has made many improve
ments; electric bells, gas and electric lights in
every room; refurnished and renovated through
out; water on every floor from the springs, and
the best of sanitary arrangements. For further
information apply to M. W. LAMBERT. Man
ager, Berkeley Springs Hotel Co., Berkeley
Springs, W. Va. my 25-1 m ?
CHATTOLANEE SPRINGS HOTEL. GREEN
Spring Valley, Md.?627 feet elevation; 80 min
utes' ride from Washington. D. C.; opens JUNE
1; cool nights; no mos-iuitoes; no malaria; Fix
springs of pifrest water in the world; flowing
over 1,000,000 gals, per day; largest swim mint
pool in Maryland; ten pins; pool; billiards; tin*
IB cry stable; dally concerts and hops; an or
chestra of solo performers. OUR TABLE ANT
PINING ROOM SERVICE, the leading and most
piominent attraction. Skilled New England
waitresses; the finest and most perfect cuisine in
the south: fresh vegetables from our own gar
den. Terms, $11 per week aud upward.
SPECIAL LOW RATES FOR JUNE.
Send for descriptive book.
myl9-lm WM. L. STORK, Owner.
GARROLL SPRINGS SANITARIUM^
Forest Glen, Md.
A homeopathic institution; 400 feet abov<>
Washington. For Invalids and those desiring rest
and quiet. No mental cases received. Baths,
musele movements, electricltv, &c. Reopens May
1. For particulars, address G. II. WRIGHT. M.
D. apl4-3m*
JORDAN WHITE STJLPHUR SPRINGS. FRFD
esiek county. Va., will be open June 21, l?'?i.
New hotel: modern iu all its departments: sani
tary arrangements perfect; capacity, 250: ten
minutes' drive from R. R. station to sp-ings.
Write for pamphlets. E. C. JORDAN,
my22-2ra Jordan Springs P. O., Va.
Monterey Springs Hotel.
Summit of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Penna.
WIIX REOPEN JUNE 1ft.
Three and one-fourth hours from Washington.
1,500 feet above sea level.
No Malaria- No Mosquitoes?Pure Spring Water.
New and modem sanitary arrangements.
Special rates for June. Write for d scriptlve cir
cular. Circulars at Star Office
M. A. 6i H. 8. MILNOR,
my5-tf 830 N. Charles st.. Baltimore.
Orkney Springs Hotel,
SHENANDOAH MOUNTAINS, VA.
MEDICINAL SPRINGS AND BATHS.
Magnificent secnery; unsurpassed climate; alti
tude 2.300 feet: comfort, health and recreation;
low rates to suit the times: 5 ho-irs from Wash
ington; open June 1; send for circular.
W. E. ROBERTS. Manager.
my26-eolm P. O. Box 52, Washington, D. C.
Rock Enon Springs and
Mineral Baths.
Great Northwest mountain. Frederick county, Va.
Capacity, 300: all requisites for health, comfort,
recreation and rest; bilhsrds and l>owling; ex
cellent music; healing aid strengthening watei
and baths; a safe and lovely resort for families;
abundant table; complete sanitary arrangements;
terms moderate. Send fo*- cir ulars. with all in
formation, to A. S. PRATT. Proprietor.
myl2-3m Sun building, Washington, D.C.
IN THE MOUNTAINS.
PROSPECT HILL, IN THE MOUNTAINS OF VTR
ginla. affords a lovely summer home: plenty of
stud*, fruit; bass fishing: piano: with table board
unexcelled. TIENSON SIMPSON, North Fork.
Loudoun county, Va. my31-tu.th.slm
TEN COTTAGES
For rent at Mt. Lake Park: nicely furnl?hed;
from three to eight rooms: cost if g from $7" t(i
$200 for the season. Apply to J. A. ENLOW,
Mt. Lake Park, Garrett county,' Md. my2^-31*
nil r. Top IIOI SK. SAVKiri FERRY. W. v\
Finest location for scenery and air In town:
first-class table; good bed*: telegraph office In
bouse: lVj hours from Washington.
ap25-5mo T. S. LOVETT, Preprtetor.
Aurora House,
Aurora, W. Va.
Opens June 1; table and ac<otnmodstlrms the
best.?No advance in prices. Rooms should be
engaged at once. Circulars at St?r o<flce.
mv12-3m J. H. SHAFFER. Pn pri tor.
AURORA. W. VA.
On the mountain tope. 3.000 feet shore the sea.
12 tulles from Oakland. Md. Superb scenery, de
lightful drives, good fishing and gunning In season.
Health and comfort. The Mountain View House,
targe rooms, good tslde, reasonable rates. Ad
dress JOHN A. LANTZ. Aurora. W.Vs. n?y21-1 in
THE K ITT ATTN NT. DEI. A WARE WATER GAP,
Pa.; iio?r open. Tikis favorite sf.ring. summer
and autumn resort, only three and one-qunrter
hours from Broad st. station, Phila. Send fu*
circular.
my5-24t.eo W. A. BRODIIEAD ft SON.
"ESEELA INN." UNVTIXE P. O., N. C.?4,000 FT.
aintve sea; tksNMhlf swlsri and fl-st-class;
reasonable rates; desirably cool; fall wraps in
summer; open wood fires; near Grandfather moun
tain. ft.000 ft. above sea: unsurpassed r*?:t?1j?.
"The most beautiful monutain region of the
continent."?Prof. Asa Gray.
my24-eoflt* J. T. SKILES. Prop.
?'GRAND VIEW HOUSE." HARPER'S FERRY,
West Va.?High ground; cool breexes: sprlug wa
ter; mails dally; fifteen minutes' drive from sta
tion. For terms and particulars, address Box 15,
Bolivar. W. Va. myl'.*-3w
GREEN'^"MOUNTAIN HOUSE, OPEN MAY 15*
Located on fruit hill farm: Blue Ridge Moun
tain; east side Shenandoah river. Harper's Ferry,
W. Va.: $H to $10 per week: $1.50 and $2 pei
day; children. half rate*. Special rates to all
families, where numbers justify it: hotel capac
ity. two hundred and fifty; round trip from
Washington, good to October 31, $2 25. Kend foi
circular. G. W GREEN.
K.yl2-5m Proprietor.
KEE MAR SUMMER RESORT WTT.L OPEN JXTSM
15. Elevated. shady lawn, large rooms, mountain
water, excellent board: reasonable rates. Address
M. H Dl'PHORNE. Hagersto^n. Md. Bftl-Ss
IfORRELL Horn HARPER'S Imti W. VA~
Coolest point on Camp H111; ehadj?lawns; scenery
unexcelled. Terms. $7 to *8 n*r week. Open
June 15 (my24-3mt PARKER M. SPEAR.
MOUNTAIN LAKE HOTEL.
2,800 feet above the sea: onlv six hours from Wash
ton; ALL RATI, to fVOTBL: NO RAGING.
MOUNTAIN LAKE HOTCL CO..
my28-lm Mountain Lake Park, Md.
THE LOCK WOOD. HARPERS FERRY. W. VA..
will open June 4. Rooms large and airy; plenty
shade; taMe first clans; rates. $6 to $S. Mrs.
S. E. LOVETT, Proprietor. mylU'^n
THE IMPERIAL NEW TEMPERANCE HOTEL
in Blue Ridge mountains; special rates and free
livery May and June. H. H. MYERS.
my8-lm* Pen-Mar, Pa.
MISCELLANEOIS.
SEAT PLEASANT HOI SE. SEAT PLEASANT.
Md., a family hotel. \*ill l>e open for its first
season In a few days; beautiful sjs>t; large, alrv
moms and first-class )>oard: only $20 per mo.: $rt
per week; 12 minutes on the train, where coaches
ar<? in waiting twice a day to convey you bnck
and forth to hotel, free of charge; comma tat ion
fare about 10c. round trip; reference if desired.
For further information apply to
Mrs. S. R. DROWN, Prwprb tress. 1005 G st. n.w.,
or R. P. HUTCH INS.
my31-10t* 1503 Pa. sve. n.w.
Hotel takoma. mouth takoma park, d!
C. Now open. largest and most elegant sulk
urban hotel in the District. Supplied with the
famous Takoma water. T? rms reasonable,
my26-1 mo* BURTON, MULANEY & WAPLES.
STORAGE.
Cheap Storage
In combustible buildings, with stables and
other dangerous attachments, may prove very
expensive lu the end. Call and examine a
warehouse in which safety from tire and
burglars is assured at a reasonable cost.
AMERICAN SECURITY AND TRUST CO.,
1140 15TH STREET N.W. my31
You'll Fee! Easier
In your mind if your FURNITURE IS
STORED in our STORAGE WAREHOUSE dur
ing the time you're away. Prices moderate
enough to warrant your accepting ouf offer
to take excellent care of your furniture.
Rooms. $3 a month up.
W. B. MOSES & SONS,
11TB AND K STS. N.W. my30
We Care for Pianos
And keep them in excellent condition?stored
in clean, dry rooms and constantly looked
after. I>eave your Piano with us when you go
away. Moderate charge.
SANDERS ft STAY MAN, iu'U F ST. N.W. my 28
SENATE STORAGE ROOMS I < M R-STORY\ IKON
front building; separate rooms; rates $1.00 per
month per load; call ami Inspect. DULEY ft
HERRING. 225 Pa. ave. n.w. n:vih>1mo
3MT AND NAVY STORAGE ROOMS; SEPARATE
apartments. 1407 G st. C. G. SLOAN ft (X).,
Props. Low rates. my 19-1 mo
LADIES1 GOODS.
ACCORDION PLAITING (FRENCH PROCESS);
skirt.'-, 25c.; narrow ruffles, 10c. per yd.; the
only plaiting establishment in Washington; pink
lug; buttons. G. W. LUCAS, #18 Uth st. n.w.
my 15-1 mo*
FINE W11ITE AND BLACK LACES DONE UP IN
first-class Parisian style; white and satin drMM,
laces aud lace curtains a specialty; prices rea
sonable. Call at MME. VIBOUD'S, successor to
Mine. Valmont, old stand, 713 11th st. n.w.
ap3-2m* _
ANTON AND CAROLINE I.ERCII. 820 12TII~ANI>
1200-1208 I st. n.w. French dyeing and cleaning
of every description: evening and party dresses
made a specialty. Our patronage extends it to
the must lasniouabl* circlet. 413
RAILROADS.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
STATION OOKNf.il Of HTH AND B 8TRKBTS.
10 K*?ct *!V 27, 18?4.
10:30 A.M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.?Pullman
Drawing and State Room, Sleeplug, Dining Smok
ing and Observation Care Harrisliurg to Chicago,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis aud Cleveland. Buffet
Parlor Car to Harriabnrc.
10:30 A.M. FAST IJ.\E.-ror Pitt .hurt. Parlor
. "tubtire. Dili in* Car from llarrlsaliurg.
rii <?'-*? JO AND ST. IajIIS EXPUE.SS.
Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to HarrUburg. Sleep
ing and Dlnlug Cars, Harrlsburg to St. Loula.
Cincinnati, Louisville and Chicago.
7:10 P.M. WBTIKKN EXPRESS.-Pullman Bleep.
Ing Care to < hlcago and Harrlsburg to Cleveland.
Dining Car to Chicago.
7.10 P.M. SOUTH WESTERN EXPRESS.-Pullman
Sleeping Car to St. Loula and Sleeping and Dining
Cars Harrishurg to Cincinnati.
P.M. PACIFIC KXPRES8.-Pullmai Weep
ing Car to Pittsburg. ^
7:M A.M. for Kane, Canandaigua. Rochester an4
Niagara Falla. dally, except Sunday
10:30 A.M. for Wllllamaport and Kemtvo dally, ?g.
, tSPL Sunday. For Wllllamaport dally, 115 PM
7:10 P.M. for WUlUtM|wrt, Rochester. Buffalo and
Niagara Fnlla dally, egcept Saturdav, with Sleep
Ing Car Washington to Rochester.
10:40 P.M. for Krl.\ Canandaigua. Rochester and
Buffalo dally, and Niagara Kll, Tllv V,.ii,t
Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washington to
Elrulra, and Saturday, only Washington to Hoch
ester.
FOR PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK AND THE
EAST.
4:00 P.M. '?CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED ?? all Par
lor Cam. with Dining Car from Baltimore for
New York dally, for Philadelphia week dara
7:20, 7:.VS (Dining Carl. t>:00. ?:4<l (D'aleg Can
and 11:00 A.M.. 12:15. 8:115. 4:20. 10:00 aud 11 K
P.M. On Sunday. 7:1*0, 7:.V5 tDiulug Carl ? 00
11:00 A.M.. 12:15, 8:15, 4:20, lo!S> ami' 11 SB
P.M. For Philadelphia only, Pa.t Expresa, 7 50
A.M. week daya. Eipreaa, 2:01 and 5:40 P M
daily.
For Ronton, w ithout change, 7:50 A.U. week daya
and 3:15 P.M. daily.
For Baltimore. 6:'?. 7:20, 7:50, 7:55. 9:00. ?-40
10:30. 11:00 and 11:50 A.M.. 12:15, * 01, 8^3
(4:00 Limited), 4:20. 4:3?. 5:40, 6:14. 7:10 10 00
10:40, 11:15, and 11:35 P.M. On Sundiv 7 2o'
7:55, 9:00, 0:05, 10:80. 11:00 A.M., 12:lS. 115
2:01, 3:15 (4:00 Limited*. 4:30, 6:40, 8:14. 710*
10:00, 10:40. and 11:35 P.M.
For I'ope'a Creek I.lne, 7:20 A.M. and AM PM
dally, except Sunder.
For Annapolis, 7:i>o. _ :oo, and 11:50 A.M.. and 4:20
P.M. diitv, except Sunday. Sundays, #:00 A.M.
anil 4:20 P.M.
Atlantic Coast I,ln? Expreaa for Richmond. Jack
sonville and Tampa. 4:80 A.M.. 3:30 P.M. dallr.
Richmond and Atlanta. 4:52 P.M. dally, Kicb
?nond only. 10:57 A.M. week dara.
Accommodation for Quantlco, 7:te A.M. dally, and
4:25 P.M. week dava.
j For Alexandria. 4 30. 6:85. 7:45. 8:40, 9:45. 10:57,
11:50 A.M. 12-50. 1:50. 3:20. 4:25 5-00 5-37.
?:1S. 8:02, 10:05. and 11:89 P.M. On Sunday at
4Mi. 7:45, 9:45 A.M.. 2:45, 6:15, 8:30. and 10:05
Leave Alexandria for Washington. 8:05. 6:43. 7:06
K:00, 9:10, 10:15. 11:44 A.M.. 1:00. 2:15. 8(10,
8:23, 5:00, 5:80, 6:18, 7:00, 7:20, 9:15, 10:52. and
11:08 P.M. On Sunday at 6:43. 9:10 A.M., 2 15,
8:23. 5:30, 7:00, 7:20. 9:15. and 10:52 P.M.
Ticket offices, northeast corner of 13th street ami
Pennsylvania avenue, and at the station. 6tb and
B streets, where orders can lie left for the cluck
ing of baggage to destination from hotels and
residences.
S. M. PKKVOST. J. R WOOD,
my2S General Manager. Geo. Pass. Agent.
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY.
Schedule in effect May 18, 1S94.
Trains leave daily from Union station (B. ao4
P.), Oth and B st*.
Through the grandest scenery In America with
the handsomest and most complete solid train ser
ice wesi from Washington.
2:25 P. M. DAILY? Cincinnati and St. I/>uli
Sperlal ?Solid Yesrtihuled. newly Equipped, Elec
trio-lighted, Steam-heated Train. Pullman's tim-st
sleeping cars Washington to Cincinnati, Iudianapoli?
and St. Ix>uis without change. Dining car from
>> ashlngton. Arrives Cincinnati, 8:00 a.m.; Indian
apolis, 11:30 a.m., and Chicago, 5:45 p.m.; St.
Louis, 7:30 p.m.
, ":t10 P.M. DAILY?The famous "P. F. V. Llm
?! , A 10,11 vestlbuled train with dining car and
I I nil man sleepers for Cin< iunatt, Islington and
m !v ... without change. Pull mas Sleeper to
Virginia Hot Springs, week duy.<. arriving 7:50
a.m. Observation car from Hluton. Arrives Cin
cinnati, 5:50 p.m.; Lexington. 0:u0 p.m.; Louls
vllle, 9:40 p.m.; Indlanapoll^ 11:20 p.m.; Chicago,
J;30 a.m.. and St. Iiouis, T.4o a.m.; connects In
Union depot for all points.
10:57 A.M. EXCEPT SUNDAY-For Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk. Only rail line.
.KV? li^kY Express for Gondonsrllle,
Charlottesville. Waynesboro', Staunton and prin<l?
I pul Virginia points; daily, except Sunday, for Rich*
moud.
Pullman locations and tickets at company's of*
flees, 513 and 1421 Peunsylvanln avenue.
H W. VI LIJDR,
^myJJO General Passenger Agent.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO UAILIIO.VD. '
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20. 1S!>4.
Leave Washington from station <*orner of New
Jersey avenue and C st.
For Chicago and Northwest, Vestlbuled Limited
expreaa trains 11:15 a.m., 8:00 p.m.
i or Cincinnati. St. Luis and Indianapolis, Veatl
t. L tutted 3:30 p.m., express 12:10 night.
t<?r Pl'tsourg and Cleveland, express dally 11:15
a.m. and 8:35 p.m. ?
For Uilngton and Staunton. 11:15 a.m.
{?or Winchester aud war stations !5:30 p.m.
hor Luray, Natural Bridege. Roanoke, Knoxvllle.
Chattanooga, Memphis and New Orleans, 12:05
n^-tat. daily; Sleeping Cars through.
l or Lur.y, 8 3o p.ui. daily.
For Ui Itliuore. week ilays, *4:20, 5.00, 6:35,
* 7 30 (8:00 45 minute*), S:S4?, x9:30,
UU:oo, minuus) a.m., xl2:oo. xl2:05, 1215
Xr ?!! l3:l?^45 3:25. 4 31. x5:05,
*a?:10, x5.3??. 5: ."{5, x?:20, 0:30. x*:00. b:15.
rS:2i* . X*1 11:34 n.m. Sundays, x4:2u!
4%> winntosK h 80. x?:3o a.m.. xl2:O0,
xl_:ho, 1 :iai, x2:L*0 (3:*?0. 45 ininutesi. 3:^5. 4:C1,
v?' 6 x8:00. x9:00, 10:00. *11:40.
II :S5 p.m.
For Annapclis, 7:10 and 8:30 a.m.. 12:15 and
4:.h p.m. Sundays, 8:30 a.m., 4:31 p.m.
For Frederick, !U;15 a.m., 11:15, :4:30, !5:30
p.m.
For Hagerstown. !11:15 a.m. and !5:30 p.m.
??ir Boyd und way poluts. ?0:40 p.m.
For lialthcrsburg ami way txi'iits, :6:00. !? 0fl
a.m.. !1J:50, :S:U0, !4:33. *5:^5. ?T:i?. !U 3d
p. in.
?n'Zr* Junction and way polnta, 1M:00.
a.m., 71:15 p.m. Eipriss trains stopping
lit principal stations only, :4:Si>. r.:30 u.iu.
ltO\AL ULLK LINK l-'OU NKIV Voltk AND
pmiuniaa'HU.
v . Pbllsdelplila. New York. Boston ami the
East, daily 4:31. ?:?? no (si a.m.. ex. Bnadaj.
inning Cwl, (12:00 Dining Carl. 3:(*l ij:05 Dln
1*ftfcV ,''tit?? '"=? P1"-. Sleeping Car, o|ien at
10:00 o clock). ?
Buffet Parlor Cars on all day trains.
City- n ni. and 12:00 noon.
Sundays. 4:.,0 a.m., 12:00 noon.
.jjiicpt Sunday. 'Dally 'Sunday only.
r> .. * Express trains.
Baggage enll.it for and chi rked from hotel, and
residence, l;y I uion Transfer Co. on order* left
de|K,t 81u and 1351 Pa. ave. and at
It. B. CAMPBELL, ( HAS. O. SCC1X,
Manager. (rajlli (Jen. P,i0s. Agt.
siinSIS!l!2 i.N,> r?ANVII.LK KAILRo.uT
SAMILI, gPENCElt. F. W. IH'IDKK'JPEU AND
MF" KEN FOSTER. RKCEIVERS.
_ Schedule in effect May 20, lsa4.
All trains arrive and leave at Pennsvlvania Pas*
sender Station. Washington. D. C.
S:00 n it:, dally fswal tor Danville and Inter
m. il.ute Stations, and connects ?t Uvnchliurg with
the Norfolk ;;;?! Westem rallrond WKstnanl dallr
anil at Manassas for Strasl.uig. daily, except Sua
?iVir?! fT.- THE GREAT SOUTHERN FAST
MAIL.; Dally, operates Pullman Buffet Sleencis,
New lork and Washington ,1a Chsrl.itte a:td Co
juml'.a to Savannah aud Jacksonville, uniting at
Cliirlotte n-Itli Slciisr for Augusta, also carries
through Pit 11 man I?ufTet Sleeper New York to At
lanta. where direct connei tion is made for Bi:?
; Ingham, Montgomery ami Neiv Orleans.
I Jjf, !>aUy f,,r Orange and Inter
, mediate stations, and through train for Fro.it
i Hoyal and StrnslmiT. dnlly. except Sundav.
10:43 p.m. WASHINGTON ANI) SOI T^IWEST
EISN \ESTIRI1.EH IJMITKD. .vm;Hised of Pull
man Vestllmled .Slecpei-s and Dining Cxrs, runs via
Charlotte and Columbia to Augusta,? Savannah
Jackson vllle and Tampa, carrylt:g Pullman Sleeper
New York to Tani]?. Also operates Pullman
Sleeper New York to New Orleans via Atlanta and
Montgomery, New York to A?l<cv Ills via Kallaliury
Washington to Memphis r!? Birmingham, and
Waslii" -I >n to Augusta via Columlda. Dining car
Green.- kim' to Montgomery.
?JwAiNS WAHHINOVON AND OITIO Dl^
STON loave Washlmrton at f?:10 a.m.. dally. 4 30
p.m., dally, except Sunday, and ?:.13 rm Suadavs
Only, for Kound 11 111 aud 4:R2 p.m.. dal?v. except
Sunday, for Lcesi.urg. and ?:.*13 p.m., <inlly, for
Herndoa H-turning, arrive Wasulngton 8:26 a.m..
n-oo p.m.. dally, from Round Will, 8 34 r m.,
daily, except Sunday, from Leewhmr. nrsl ?:53 a.
? ln;p1^,"v' except Sunday, from llerndon onlv.
rhro?i?h tn?lns fro n the south arrive Wash
I ington 7:13 a.m.. 2:20 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Manas
j sas Division K:40 a.m.. daily, except Sunday, and
8:4o a.m. dally from Orange.
I Tickets. Sleeping Car reservations and Informa
| tlon furnished at offices, 511 and 1300 Pennsylva
nia avenue, and at Passencer Station, Pennsylva
nia Kailroid. Washington. D. C.
W. H. GREEN. Gen. .Man.
T o nnnn-xr W,' A* PaSS. Agt.
L. S. BROV^N, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept. my21
POTOMAC RIVER B0ATS~
NLVV TALACK STEAMER WARRT RANDALL
leaves River View wharf. 7th street, Sunday.
Tuesday and Thursday at 7 a.m. Landing at all
wharves as far down as Maddox creek. Returning
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Frldavs. 3 p.m. Pas
senger a'-commodationa flrst-elass. Freight received
UUtll hour of sailing. Telephone. 1765.
F. A. ltEED A CO., E. S. RANDALL,
Agts., Alex. Prop. & Ms a.
GEO. O. CARPINTER. Gen. Aat.
Washington, D.C.
WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT 00., ??LIMITED.**""
From 7th st. ferry wharf.
Steamer Wakefield on MONDAYS, WEDNES
DAYS and SATURDAYS at 7 a.m., for Nouilnl
creek. Leonard town and St. Clement's l?av and In
termediate landings. Returning TUESDAYS
THURSDAYS and SUNDAYS. (See schedule.!
C. W. RltolaKY,
d30-tf Gcp'l Manager.
NORFOLK AND WA.SIIINGTON STEAMBOAT CO.
DAILY LINE BETWEEN WASHINGTON, D. C.
FORTRESS MONROE and
NO&KOLK, VA.
The new and powerful Iron Palace Steamers.
WASHINGTON AND NORFOLK SOUTH BOUND.
Leave Washington daily at 7 p.m. from foot of
7th st. wharf, arrive at Fortress Monroe at 6:30
a.m. next day. Arrive at Norfolk at 7:30 a.m..
whete railroad connections are made for all points
south aud southwest.
NORTH BOUND.
Leave Norfolk daily at 6:10 p.m. I>*ve Fortress
Monroe at 7:10 p.m. Arrive at Washington at
6:30 a.m. next day.
Tickets on sale at 513. 619, 1351 and 1421 Penn
sylvania ave. and GIB 15th st. n.w.
Ask for tickets >ia Lew line.
Telephone, 750.
JNO. CALLAHAN,
WM-tf Gen. Supt.
CIA DK LINE STEAMER DIRECT To PHILADEU
Vhla. leaves Philadelphia every Saturday. 12 m.
Washington every Mouday, 5 p.m. Low rates to
all iioiuts north and east. F. A. ilEED & CO
Agents, wharf foot of N st. s.w. myl8-tf '
MANICURE
MI1S. SMITH. I.ATE (IF L(IM<o.\. may now"be
found ill the Mauicur* Parlor of (he Palate KoyaL
O and 11th aU.
Treatment, 60c.
SUBURBAN PROPERTY
FOR KENT?AT BKIGHTWOOD.D.C., NEW FRAME
house; 6 rooms; hot aud cold water, range, la
trobea, etc.; about 15 minutes' rWv on electric to
01 from city; fare, Sc.; ?*>. LOUIS I*. SHOE
MAKER, DM F It. n.w. my3i 3t
FOR-SALE -~ATTAKOMA PARK -4-RM. C0T
tage; dry cellar, shade, well of twnl water; ever
1U.0UU feet of (round. 1'rlce, $1 .tiTS; part <-ash.
balance to suit. If uot auld will l>e rented for
|12.&fl a month. Apply to C. M. H EATON, Jr..
Takiuuu^Park. or i. H. LlCULITKll, 470 La. ave
JXlIt HKXT-NEVV FIVE HOOM OOTTAGB: BEAC
tlfullv located In &>-acre park au the Waahlag
ton. Uhto and Western U. tt.. tn Fairfax co.,
Va.; at depot. ALEX- J. WBHHIIBFRN. 1420
Pa. are. mvSl 8t?
FOR HALE?ONLY 7 MILES FROM WASH ISO
ton, 3U0 aeraa: T5 a(*?,?? cleared: lialance la ank
woods; Improved; (roots on public road; would
make a capital truck or dairy farm; utily ft.suu.
JAM. W. McKEE. U7 K at. n.w. oo*>
FOR SALB-HAVD90.ME OQRNKR HOT RE IN I'M-'
reralty Heights (BrooklaM): b rooms. hatb rod
cellar; celilnet mantels; handsomely finished; fur
?ace, water, Ac.: atahle; lot 104 ft. on Phlla. at.
and 151 ft. on 18th at,; l*.lyo aj. ft.; a bargain;
?t $5,750. REDFOKD W. WALKER * SON,
1000 F at. a.w. m.v2? at
FOR SALB-FORS8T CLBN. MI)., OOTTAGe"!
7r., bath, attic, cellar; furnace; ranee; cabinet
inantela, porchea, etc.; Iwrsala quick buyer i
will eiibanga for city property. Addreaa QI'K'K,
Star ofllre. my28-lm*
FOR 8ALE?AT tANBOVER STATIO^'l. ANDTI
R.R., coxy 6-room houxe, with acre of (round,
well of pure water, beautiful shade treea and
lawn. Price, ?1.3&o.
Also tract of ten acrea, only 11,000.
Alao a few choice lota, BOilSO, only 1160.
Farms to suit.
myis JAa. W. McKEE. 817 E at.
FOR RENT?
Brook!:tnd. 8r, ml..-f2(H Anacostla. Tr fill
Pulls ides. 8r, atnl..,.? Brook laud, 6r 12
Brookland, Tr. at, eel .22
McLACHLEN * BATCHELDER.
my20-tf Cor. 10th aud G sts. a.w.
OOTTAOBH. HOVSEB AND UlTS, BETWEEN TENr.
LEYTOWN ANT) RETHrsilA PARK. - Health
iest locality rear Washington; electric cars. We
sell snd rent. FULLER A FlI.I.Ell. 504 11th
at. ?.w. m> 24-2w
FOB SAIE ROI'SK "on^anacostia heights!
overlooking city and river; 8 rooms, bath, attic,
cellar, furnace; near street cars; large lot; fruit.
T. 3 PITNAM. S3 Franklin St.. Anaeuatla.
apl2-2m*
FOR SaTLE ? OR RENT - NEW 7-R. HOt'ST;
porches, lsrge trees, hen house, cellar; 6 mtniiti-.i'
walk from station; high location; price. 9V.500;
mobthlv paymenta, or terms to suit. Ro? I,
HyatUville. Md. myll-lm
FOB SALE-LOTS TN
OTTERBOTTRNE,
(Opposite New <T.evy Oaise Hotel),
One block fi~>m H. C. Electric R. R.
Lou 60*125. Choice lota. ?<J00.
Monthly paymenta.
Call for circular.
BARNES * WEAVER.
m.v15-tu.th,sat-lmo U2U F St. n.w.
FOR SALE-AT HROOKI.AND AND VICINITY?
Houses aud choice building lots; terms easy;
money loaned for building If desired. GRACE
M. THOMAS. 100 Corcoran building. Branch of
fice. Brookland, D.C., 2:S0 p.m. until ( )i.iu.
tuyS-lm
FOR KENT^H AND80ME. NEW ~Httl''K liOl tUM;
8 rouma, bath an>l aU mod Imp.; nicely
fisper-d; porches; Urge side yard with shade,
?tabic. 4c.; only 627 per month; near
Mt. Pleasant a ad Soldiers' llome; take Rright
*ond ave. eleetric cars to "Newman terra<-e,"
-too? n:h at. n.w.; Pet worth sub. .Telephone,
K11T-3. my.vlm
FOR IlFVr' REDUCED TO jap PER MONTH FOR
several elegant aew 8-room sad bath bricks; a.
B.I.; nicely papered; parches; shads; 4c. Tuke
Brlgl-t wodd ave cars to Ntwuaa terra<-e. 4007
tth at. n.w., Pstwurth sub. myS-Sm
FOR KENT SEVERAL COTTAGES AT LAKE
IsnJ, Md . from 68 to 620 per ran: 4 '? s rooms,
(ill at *11 7th st. n.w., or Lakeland. m<S-3m
FOR RENT *E%"ERAL MANIMOME NEW, i
room and hatb brick dwelling*; nicely papered;
all "mod. Imp.; yard-, pur<hra. shade. Ac.;
near Mt. rleasant and Soldiers' Home;
ouly 620 per moriTh; take Brighixsal are. elec
tric oars to "Newman terrace," 4007 8th st.
n.w.; Petworth sub. Teiephooe. 1017-3.nih-?-8m
on EAST TERM*-OR EXCHANGE
for irity property, or a large farm near Wash
ington. several handsome cottages, with from 8
to 6 roc:,,a; ranging la (rice Iron. 62.MO, 63.SUO.
at Lakeland. Md , * miles out: fare. ?n>v ?;? t
cents. Iu'iulre at NEWMAN & SONS. ?M 7th
st. u.w.. or l^kelanil. Md. ap3-3m
LOST AND FOUND.
1XMKT?HBTKRAl. WEKKK AGO, OllblKiN' KKTTMH
liccoif 6G44. R?*vu4 If ivlarucd lunue
dlaUlj to JAS. W. YATES. 2U.to M st. u t\ . it*
LOUT-MAY *>. KETWEEN 111? fTO ST. N.W.
aiKl ioro?r of 7th au?l L sts., a lady's frukl
Match, l'lea** rtturu to Ultf Vth at. atal rc
Hve reward. It*
LA 1ST?YEHTKl'JWY, ON~P FT. ItCT7l5TM AND
17th. black clcth Mtublc rvward if left
at im V ?t. If
IjJUT - HEART *HA1'LI> SH.VEU KEY-RING,
uiih three hejv attached: eltb?*r in post dBce, or
prrtphophoiM* riHinis, or t etvecn the two. Reward
If returned to 225 Indiana ave. It*
LiMT I??^>RATIHN DAT-RET. GRANT KT.
Anu?xMtia, ami New Itrhlce, gold riu:w?-d eye
$laai??s aud chain. U'?eral rewanl paid on Te
tura to Mr*. U. R. NORTON, St. Elizabeth IW
pital. It*
UOT?OX Tl DHUTi A 8QI \':i BREAFTVTN
iold and jet; balr in frr.ot: initials in th*- lack.
Suitable reward if left at Star ofllee. my3l*Jt*
LOST ON THE MoRNINO OF MAY *). POtXKT
(muk cootHioing $2 Mil and other change on G
st. l?et. 0th and lorh. Fluder pleaae leave at
Star aSoe and racciva reward. It*
LOUT?ABOt'T TEN DAY! AGO. A SMALL
black and tan terrier doc L(!*eral reward If ie
tunied to WORMLEY HOTEL, 15th and II n?a.
n.w. uiy.*tt-2i*
I LtWT %UY 29.IN* OR ABOTT CTNTER MARKET,
black silk uiubiella; enmked Uaialle. witfi allver
trlmutiugs. A liberal regard if left at 1471H S
at. n.w.
I LOST SKY TERRIER ON Mil; HAD OOUAI
on and tag No. 114S; answer* to the name I
I Fanny. Kctum to 2>2U M st. n.w., llltota! re
j ward will be paid. ? in\2P-St*
U ?ST SI'!>TA<'1ES IN r ASE. ON 2D ?T 1?F.
! tw^n A and C, or m A *t, between 1st nnd 2d
n.n. Return to 122 ?. Capitol st. my2y-*t*
LOST ? A BLACK WATER SPANIEL IWY,
about 3 months old. Answers to name of Dodo, i
Kedirn to 1306 Corcoran st. and receive reward.
iqflMt*
LOST-STM?.\Y EVENTVO. BET THE MIKSf<?\
and N. C. ave., back to So.ith Washington, pair
ladies' gold ey*glasaea. Return to 1412 14'h n.w.
aud get reward. my2v-St*
PROFESSIONAL
MME. nUEVMER THE CELEBRATED ENGLISH
aitd German astn?loglst, will leave Juu^ 2P for
the seashore; return Sept. 20; 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; j
Sunday. 10 a.m to 9 p.m. 15o? 14th st. n.w.
m.v23-lmo*
THE HOSI>)I?> MEIMOATKD D?(TRIC VAPOR
lath, for riu*nnuitlsm aud all nerv<?us trouM?a; j
also special treatment for catarrh and hay fever
Facial steaming. Mas*age. 91S 11 st.n.w.fel
.MME. IUpk)KF. TELlJ ALL THB KVKXT1
life. All busin >tu? <-ontid('iitial. Ladies and g<>n
tlernen. &0r. each. Hours. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. <iU5
New York ava. n.w., near 6th at. my4 lm*
ATTORNEYS
HUNTER A CASON,
Lan-yesa.
Consultation free.
_1a10 tr Tvi?gra|ihb al Temple, 425 G st. n w
CAMl'liEU. CAIUUNGTON.
Attorney-st-Law,
Webster law building. ,Vt.'i D st. n.w. Wash
ington. D.C. Residence, V83 K st. n.w. ' ij2
STEAM CARPET CLEANING
Aiiao.MliLU XlkJLU CAUi'Li CUUstlAU
Wotks. ? Carpets cleaned In the best maun**r.
Car{>cts itrade moth broof free of charge. Mat
t reuses made to order. t>tt?*e, 1720 Pa. ave.
Works. l"0i and 1710 E n.w. Telephone. Wl
mh2-tf M. NTCWMYETl. Manager.
HAIR DRESSING.
shampooing nr Latest improved methods
in Mxdurne Yale's Temple of lteauty. All skla
bleniiahes removed, not covered ap. Kitee nuatage
aud sieomiug free. Metaerott bid.-., 1110 V.
lu>l>-lm*
WI8S W11.ES EIGHT YEARS WITH^MDE. PRAN- '
dl. is in charge of tl? Hair Dimslng Parlor of
the P.l?ls Rjyal. G sad 11th sts. Hair dr>>??titg, :
rOr.; sham|>oolng. 60c.; bangs cut and curled, a* .
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Columbia Park.
The Gem of Waalilngton Suburl>a. Only 15 mln- !
utes from the city. Kor 10 days y,>u ean get a lot, i
S.">.1uo f -et, from ?3 to ISO. OtDcc, 623 K st. n w. |
BROOKLA.VD.
Tomorrow. Friday, June 1, will be the1
opening day for the National Lutheran I
Hcne for the Aged, which Is located near I
Mcutello. Special exerclaea will be held !
upi n the grounds at 2:30 p.m.. tn which [
Dr. v U. Morris. Ur. L. E. Albert. Dr. 8. B.
B. i y and other ministers rrom l'hlladel
pb Baltimore and elsewhere will take
pa. The site for this horn* was given by
Mt i. >arah L'termehle. and consists of quite !
a li'j.e tract of land upon which a number ,
of .('t cages are to be butlt, in which aged
*d i *edy couples may finish out their al- I
lcU< 1 Uays without being separated. Mr.
W. ii. l'arson. M. W. Hamma and A. F.
Kox are the committee In charge of the :
opening exercises.
The Brookland school, as well as others
of the sixth division A. expect to partlcl- j
pate in an all-day excursion to Marshall !
Hall on Jun* 13. I
The M. E. congregation at l^ngdon have
secured the deed to a lot, fifty feet front |
on Emporia street, where they purpose i
building a new church.
A number of residents of University 1
Heights and vicinity went on the 31st, wlUi
Nelson Lodge, K. of P., to Pen Mar, and
had a must delightful day on the summit
of Blue mountain, two thousand feet above
the nea level, overlooking the beautiful
Cumberland valley. 1
SUBURBAN NEWS.
ANACOSTIA.
"nW ? th?
Jured hv who *U aerioualy in.
?t-tt:;;;;"'bv *n
dition. 'm|?rovemeat la his eon
The funeral of Samuel W. Estren whose
*? av^T*Hii'lLh1l"reaiJeac* ?? How
Si^ <7 *??
4 o'clock p m. tlK*k Dlaea today at
evea^, art^a7Ba,e^222i
^"c ,aur
friends of LoganP^>?t r^UmM?orp"
sats-ks1 iu"s; ?r ^?urss;
*s: srjsas?^.^s*?~
I A? a memento of the occasion .
and1*^! ?f the *rouP. oompuMd of the poet
Md^run wa. take* * U? ?2
season at "Eureka" P)MRur?
*??*?
TAKOMA PAUL
r>?ooratlon dao'. notwithstanding t)m
threatening weather, brought to Takoma
hi" PlCDlC P*rtl*a- with their baaketa.
eerlv in' ?r "8"*?" ?d ?* "Spring" from
** .' mora ?nt? 6 o'clock. Each car ar
wh|i* Wa* to lta utmost capacity,
i k m,any Tak?maltes participated la ui?
cemeteries, large contributions of flowers
being, aent to the different nlaces wIH!
aervtoea ware held. where
The last concert of the vu?. .
& r'jssz. <s?vH S? a
anrt a24_f>rnJfIJ5? *h?2h, undar tha
R iZu artntic direction of Mr u d
bower of t^tT^'tiTf^1'^ ? veritabli
?nd potted plants V ^ flower?
as.* fe??S&r?
tag many from Uashln^ P0*1 tnctu<1
Ing suburbs. The w surround
the chonii wereWT%?T,^L k,nd,y *">"<"1
Foughner. .opr7noMi* ?!i. n*m?iy:. M1"
contralto; Mr J 'p 80011 Smith.
Hen ,A.rthUT MI'"leton b^,o *nMi.^!?,'*
riTleuV'[ AI|,^'n To??
Wlrslow. comedUn i"1' banjolat; Mr
meeting for return of special business
tickets ?1|| ?tUh?Mof "\',,lC ?n<l aalee of
o'clock In the chapel night at 7:30
w^k"p^T?aru^f?hf 8h"^. K. <?.. f?r a
| my of Oak avenge Ufw c?u*ln- ?" ?um
Inrton, whe^ "he Wash
with relatives taR^SaX?ft. J
where she will i<* Jf*? K for her home,
Marie Rowers of u.V^m,p*n'^ b>' Ml??
M. ?um m yV slo 7 M<l M? '?
??? ?>"<"? of severa^*^eek?C from *
l? vUitingMr* indrt|ti5.f r'k ?aPr"n- %
Chestnut nvenue Robt Brown of
a X/ft ?rimth ^me yesterday for
g b'ro?'v' ?t^7f ^
bUM^e^^rLSv,,^ ?~z* ??
two frame houses whlr?T r^,lon of
PTh;m,rtJ? 'hH'JcVlon ^ *" ta
the untlrinK!,e(rfr,rts'o71StmHn,tr?*r? 4u* to
crson to improve the A**nt P'ck
| 'he station. sanitary condition of
' <^fcewint352,*iS? iV'r*17 'Bd Abating
"sual summer varaHnT^ for "?
^c^Wsir
RS^?-?2S
i Ch S'VS! Trtnlty
near the church yesterdL? ^ ,n th* rro<"*
mres snd amuVnTer ^lL V? cnloyed the
liberal refrwihrn^T. P?>^<Jcd. The ususl
?Uh" ?rh00' *?s nof forgotten' rrOCTara
? ?!mTS.t"S >2?S ***.Im"
night with , lunr-h, on ^Tfew Mend. FVM,r
5: ST M^'t aSS:
^3^^hTnVkM'rsMS ^
"I'nl-ij room' wl~' of ^
?he delicscles of the *"
^mm;reart,fid ^ this"^^!; 2!
-
Mr?. Kempt on of Ft. ifM^ .
purchaaed the cotmoV ifli ^5 ^a
mother. Mm Ja. u*!!. belonging to her
s?ffl?S"?35ar:
jsyc?y.-r-a;
HYATTRVILLB.
The Tuesdsy Evening Literary Society
met last Tuesday evening at the residence
of the Misses Moran. Tennyson was the
poet selected for the evening discussion.
Interesting papers on Tennyson were read
, by Mr. 1*. H. Campbell, Mr*. A. R. rfolden
! snd Mr. J. C. Boykin. Mrs. I>ewls Holden
gave a recitation, and Mr. and Mra. A. H.
! lloiJen sang songs from Tennyson. Instru
. mental music was rendered by Misses Nellie
; and Cora Moran. The question as to wheth
! er poetry or prose had the most influence
[ at the present day was discussed by Mr. U.
[ H. Campbell, Mrs. H. N. Ralston. Dr.
Owens, Mr. J. H. Raiston and Miss Nellie
Lewin.
The Lakeland Base Ball Club played two
match games yesterday on its grounds la
| that village?one with the Excelsiors of
Washington and one with a pickvd nine.
The score was as follows: Lakeland, Si;
! Excelsior, 3; Lakeland, 22; picked nine. 14.
At a recent meeting of the county school
commissioners th? following business was
transacted: Ordered that Miss Craig, teach
er of the colored school at Marlboro', be paid
the Iwlance due on her salary for the spring
term; that the appointment of Miss Lee
Keller as third assistant teacher In school
No. I, Laurel district, be confirmed; that 3n0
blank certificates for local school trustees
to sl<n when taking oath before a Justice of
the peace, a member of the school board or
examiner, be printed and sent to each local
board.
KEMUkGTOX,
| At a meeting of the Christian Endeavor
Society of the Warner Memorial Church,
held on Sunday evening, the following
officers were elected for the ensuing yeart
Mr. Maxon. president; Mr. T. R. Martin,
vice president; Rev. J. T. Marshall, record*
lng secretary; Miss Birdie Ruseell, corre
sponding secretary; Mrs. A. Hart, treas
urer. Mr. Themas R. Martin was elected
delegate to the conference to be held la
Cleveland. Ohio, in July.
Mr. J. K. Newman, teacher of the public
school here for the last three years, haa
sent in his resignation, to take effect
the end of this school year. Mr. Newman
has accepted a position in Alabama.
Mrs. Norton of Washington has been the
guebt of Mrs. Frank P. Lib by.
Mr. J. W. Blackburn of Frankfort. Ky,
is visiting his son. Major J. W. Blackburn,
Jr.
Miss Oda Calhoun la vlaitlng friends la
Washington.
Misa William* of Relay, Md., la visiting
Miss Nellie Harr.
Mr. Prank Calhoun haa returned from ?
two montha' stay in Boston.
The drive and walks around the Wamea
Memorial Church are being macadamised
and the grounds beautified with shrubbery.
Miss Mary Bickford of Washington la
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. Howard Pleh
back.
Rev. Thomas I-ewls of Fairfax. Va., la
visiting his brothers, the Dra. William U
and J. L Lewis.
ROCKYILLK.
In preparation for the fair In Septem
ber several horses are now being tmined
on the trotting course at the agricultural
fair grounds, this place. Messrs. C. W.
Fields and Wm. H. Babbitt each have
stables on the grounds and their horvea
are given dally exerciae on the track.
Within the next few weeks It la expected
that a number of other stables will be
taken on the grounds. Mr. Wm. Eastman,
formerly of Savannah, Ua., a professional
trainer, yesterday had one of hie arms
broken while attending to one of the
hortes. The Injury wa* Inflicted by a kick
from the animal.
In the orphans' eourt yesterday the fol
lowing business was transacted: John C,
Richard L. and Edw. N. Bentley. extculora
of Edith D. Bentley. deceased, tiled list of
sales of personal estate and passed their
first and linal account In said eetate. Ueo.
T. Oreenfleid. guardian to Bessie Talbwtfc

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