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FOR SALE?A DESIRABLE LOT IN BROOK land, D. C.; flue location; a liargalu if sold at on.?. Inquire of OWNER. 28 Vs. are. s.w. It* Foil SALE?AT CHEVYCHASE? 10-room house, with every convenience; on the l>ent street; newly papered and painted; coft owner $9,500; will fell below $8,000. K. S. DONALDSON, It* 520 10th n.w. FoK KEN 1" STOKE HOUSE AXD STABLE ON rHilro:nl: 2o miles from Washington post office; ticket and freight office In store; long-distance telephone; established trade; sto?i of g<sida for sale; terms easy; small capital required; no Iiijuor. Address Box 96, Star office. au8-3t* FTTk SALE ??R EXCHANGE FOR 1IXINOIS property. 8 lots 192,166 sq. ft.) In Takoma Park; 8-rooin house and fruit trees; stable, etc. (fronts 3 streets*. Lock Box 41. Takoma I'ark. an6-3t* Foil SALE MODERN 10 ROOM HOUSE; TWO acres land; forest shade; garden; good water; Ideal home; one-third mile froui station; price low. Address OWNER, Box 227, Herndon, Va. au3-7t FOR SALE ? AN ATTRACTIVE FARM OF 66 acres, situate on line of Kockvllle electric cars and within three minutes' walk of Halpine sta tic l, on line Met. Branch. B. and O. K.R. Good chance for Investment AT LESS THAN HAU? l'Klt'E of adjoining lands. Easy terms. WASHINGTON IiANEXHOWEK, 1420 N. Y. ave. au3-s.tu,th.?t* twenty im>m,aks an acre, to reduce the size of mv country residence on the crest of the BLUE RIDGE, in Virginia. I have decided to sell sixty a. res in SI MMER HOME sites of ten Keren ca -h. The price, aecording to location, will I*- fp.m $2o to $3<) an acre. ONLY SIX ARE POli SALE. This is a rare opportunity. Sixty miles from Washington and an hour's ride from Kluem 'nt. An altitude of 2.(MI feet. UNSUR PASSED Mor.NTAIN S? "ENEKY. For particulars address HERBERT ALLEN, 1417 G st. n.w. au2 f.t.th 3t Foil SALE NEWLY COMPLETED HOUSE AT Kensington; mod. con.; beautiful location; large lot; great bargain; very easy terms. GEORGE PETER. Owner, B. & O. station, Kensington. aul-26t KENSINGTON. FOR SALE CHOICE NEW RESIDENCE PROPERTIES, never occupied; city conveniences; LARGE GROUNDS; low prices; easy payments. Will fi.rnish money to build according to your design and aicept inonthlv payments in return. W. M. TKRRELL, With B. H. Warner Co., jy27 12t 916 F st. n.w. OWN A LOT AT TFIE NATIONAL CAPITAL On trolley; ft tulles from White nonse. Cash or easy payments $15o up. Write for Beautiful Braddock Heights booklet. Ac. Reliable Agents Wanted. George II. II ill. Real Est ate, 015 14thSt.N. W. .Washington. D-G. Jy6 tf LOTS FOR SALE IN Hyatteville. Takomi. Woodslde. Tenleytown. Kensington. Arlington Heights. Get one on easy terms. Several farms for sale. W. M. TERRELL. Je26 tf With B. H. Warner Co.. 916 F st. LOTS AT SOMERSET BEACH, 125 TO $250. A delightful resort for summer homes; 3 hours' ride by boat from Washington; plenty of shade right down to bench; tishing. salt water bath ing. boating. Regular boats to city. Lots going fnst. Easy payments If you wish. Circulars and information at SOMERSET BEACH CO., 623 F st. n.w. Jy'6-3m-14 FOR RENT?CHEAP? AT BRIGHTWOOD. D. 0.. A good dairy farm; 38 acres; plenty of water; new dwelling and barn and other outbuildings; wind mill; accommodations for 4u head of stock. Jelft-tt B. F. SAUL. 7th and L sts. n.w. FOR SALE SEVERAL DESIRABLE PLACES. 4 and 5 acres each, near Brookland, D. 0.; Im proved with dwelling. In good condition; will sell at be gain for quick sale; easy terms, or would trade entire 28 acres, unincumbered, and give difference In cash for desirable city property, myll-tf STONE & FAIRFAX. 806-808 F n.w. FOREIGN POSTAL SERVICE WASHINGTON. D. C.. PoST OFFICE NOTICE Should be read dally, as changes may occur at aiir tluio. FOREIGN MAII.S are forwarded to the ports of thlling dally, and the schedule of closings is ar ranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted overland transit. For the week ending August 10, 1901, the last connecting closes will be made from this office as follows: TRANSATLANTIC MAILS. FRIDAY?tc? At 11:<>5 P.M. for NETHERLANDS, per s.s. Staateudam, from New York. Mail must t>e directed "Per s.s. Staatendam." (c) At 11:03 P M. for SCOTLAND direct, per s.s. Astoria, from New York. Mail must be directed "Per s.s. As toria." <c) At 11:05 IVM. for El'ROPE, per s.s. Campania, from New York, via Queenstown. (c) At 11:06 P.M. for ITALY, per s.s. Werra, from New \ork, via Naples. Mail must be directed "Per s.s. Werra." Mails for softh and central america, WEST INDIES. ETC. THURSDAY?(k> At 12:00 M for JAMAICA, per s.s. Admiral Schley, from Boston, (c) At 11:05 P.M. for MEXICO," per s.s. Mntanzas, from New York, via Tampieo. FRIDAY ? ??? At 11 :??5 T M. for PORTO RICO. CURACAO and VENEZUELA, per s.s. Phil adelphia. from New York. Mail for SAYA NII.LA and CARTHAGENA must be directed "Per s s. Philadelphia." (<?) At 11:05 P.M. for fortune island, Jamaica, sava MLLA and CARTHAGENA, per s.s. Altai, ftom New York. Mall for COSTA RICA must be directed "Per s.s. Altai." <cl At ll:o5 P.M. for HAITI and SANTA MARTHA, per s.s. Andes, from New York. (c) At 11:05 T.M. for MATAN ZAS, CAIBAK1EN. NUEVITAS. GIBARA and U ARACOA. per s s. Olinda, from New York (or dinary mail only, which must be directed "Per s.s. Olinda"). lei At 11:05 P.M. for BERMUDA, per s.s. Trinidad, from New York, (d) At 9:15 P.M. for ARGENTINE REPUBLIC, URUGUAY and PARAGUAY, per s.s. Hvlas, from New York, (c) At 11:05 P.M. for ARGENTINE REPUBLIC, t'RUGI'AY and PARAGUAY, per s.s. Phidias, from New York. Mails for NEWFOUNDLAND, by rail to North Sydney and theuce via steamer, close here daily, except Sunday, at 12:00 M., and on Sundays only at 11:30 A M Id) (hi Mails for MlyUELON. by rail to Boston and then e via steamer, close here daily at 3:15 P.M. (d) CUBA MAILS close here via Tort Tampa, Fla., Mondavs. Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2:20 P.M. if> Malls for MEXICO overland, unless specially ad dressed for dispatch by steamers sailing from New York, close here daily at 10:25 A.M. and 10:00 P.M. Malls for BELIZE. PUERTO CORTEZ and GUA TEMALA, by rail to New Orleans and thence via Steamer, close here dally at 10:25 P.M., the con necting closes for which being Mondays. Malls f..r COSTA RICA, by rail to New Orleans Knd thence via steamer, close here dally at lo:>iO P.M., the connecting closes for which being Tues days. TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. Mails for ?CHINA. JAPAN. HAWAII and tPIIILIPPINE ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close here daily at 6:80 P.M. up to August 12, Inclusive, for dispatch per s s. City of Peking, (o) Malls for ?CHINA and JAPAN, via Vancouver, close here dally at 6:30 P.M. up to August 13. In clusive, for dispatch per s.s. Empress of Japan. Registered mall must be directed "Via Vancou ver. (o) Mails for ?CHINA and JAPAN, via Seattle, close here dally at 6:30 P.M. up to August 14. Inclu sive, f..r dispatch per s s Idzuma Maru. Regis tered mall must be directed "Via Seattle." (o) Malls for AUSTRALIA (except West Australia, whleh is forwarded via Europe), NEW ZEALAND. FIJI. SAMOA and HAWAII, via San Francisco, close here daily at 6:30 P.M. up to August 17, In clusive. f"r dispatch per s s Sonoma (o) Malls for AUSTRALIA (except West Australia, which g?-es via Euro|?e, and New Zealand, which goes via San Francisco) and FIJI ISLANDS, via Vancouver, close here dally at 6:?) P.M. up to August 17, Inclusive, for dispatch per s.s. Warrl HiOO. to) Malls for 'CHINA and JAPAN, via Tacomn. eloee here daily at I' M up to August 18. In clusive. for dispatch per s.?. Olyinpla. (o> ?Malls for COCHIN CHINA are forwarded to New York for connection with European steamers. ^PHILIPPINE ISLANDS (military mailt, dis patched to San Francisco at all closes for that of fice. to connect with government trans|s>rts, the sailings of which are Irregular. (hi R.-glstered malls ( lose at 1:00 P.M. same day. (e) Registered mails close at 8:00 P.M. same day. id) Registered malls close at 8:00 A.M. same day. (ft Registered mails close at l:0o P.M. previous day. (bl Registered malls close at 12:00 P.M. prevlouK Saturday. (ki Registered malls eloee at 8:00 P.M. previous day (o) Registered malls close at 6:00 P M. previous day sua JOHN A MKKKITT, IWmaster. MACHINERY, ETC. ELECTRIC FANS? NEF.LY ELECTRIC CO.. Electric Contractors and Supplies, 'Phone 1853. (Je22-4t?) 1328 G St. n w. TWO SECOND-HAND STANDARD CEILING FANSj last vear's type; perfect condition; $25. TALI.MADGE A WILSON. Jv31 tf.4 Room 510. Star building. mT. HI\ERY. r.Oll.ERsT SAFES, KTC., HAULED^ boisted ai.d placed; estimates given. MER CHANTS TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.. Suc cessor. Merchants' P.D. Co.. 1)29 D n.w. 'Phoue 6,?U. Je22-4tf J'OR KALE-KNOWIJ? COMBINED Pl'MP AND boiler 7x4Vt|X<0: 2-11.P. Otto gas engine; 6x12 side-era n?~ engine; 40-H.P. low-pressure locomo tive boiler; also 25-H.P. feed TVater heater. j. e hurley. ?Ptone 462. (J?22?tf) 1219 Ohio ave. POTOMAC RIVER BOATS. E S RANDALL POTOMAC RIVER LINE 00. DAILY STEAMERS FOB RIVER LANDINGS. STEAMER KENT?Sunday, Tuesday and Thurs day at 7 a in for liiterrueuiate landings to Colonial Beach and Wirt's wharf. STEAMER WAKEFIELD?Monday and Saturday at 7 a m. for Intermediate landings to Colonial lleach. Bush wood, ITTUk Point. Colton's, N'ominl; Wednesday at 7 s m. for at>ove landings and Lower Machodoc, Stone's, Howard's and Cohrum's. UNITED STATfcH MAIL ROl'TE. WASHINGTON, D. C.. TO GLYMO.NT, MD., and Intermediate landings. The new steamer ESTELLE RANDALL, dally, except Sunday, 9:30 a.m. Returning about 3 p.m. Passenger accommodations first-class. Freight received until the hour of sailing. E. & RANDALL, Manager, 'phone 1705. GEO. fe0ARPINTER, General Agent, Washington, ie 1765. WM. il. UEARiKJN, Agent, Alexan 'VlMae 60. ap&-26lf EDUCATIONAL, IN WASHINGTON. The Catholic University Off America, Washington, D. C. Schools of Theology, Philosophy; Physical, So cial. Political ami Biological Sciences; Law?Pro fessional and University courses; Mechanical, Electrical and Civil Engineering. Open October 2, Address THE GENERAL. SECRETARY. an8-tu.th,s-23t The B^iss Electrical School Offers a practical course In applied electricity, complete in one year. Students are taught the actual construction of electrical instruments, dyna mos, motors, etc.. and fitted for good |?osl lions In the electrical industries. Opeus September 30. Catalogue on application. LOUIS D. BLISS, Principal. Day and Evening Courses. au3-tf 614 12TH ST. N W. STUDENTS COACH El > FOR SF.ITFMHKR K\ aminations. public sohools. high school. ot<Uegv or civil service; mathematics a specialty; all prejmration guaranteed. For particulars address A. W. G., Star office. su2 (It* FRENCH LANGUAGE SCHOOL. Private lessons and classes now; all grades. Easy, quick, attractive method for adults. alile. V PRUD'HOMME. 307 I) st n w. (car lines). J.v22-26t.4 W. F. PALES, PH.D.. 322 C N.W.. CLASSICAL teacher; especially successful in coaching for col lege examinations; 14 years' experience; highest local testimonials. * Je!ft>-ft2t WOOD S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE IS OPEN ALL sumni?r. Pupils may Join at any time for full or special courses, day or evening sessions. Elee trlc funs. 'Phone East 38. 311 East Capitol st. jylT-tf French, German, Spanish, etc Method awarded two gold mid two silver medals st the Paris Exposition of 19O0. Its author dec orated Chevalier of the Legion of Honor. Sum mer terms. Electric fans in class rooms. ?pr^TjT TT7 Ability In conversing acquired ?>??-. lVi-.! 1 i. in a short time. Cmnni Prof. A. GONARD. Principal, 723 14th. Easy terms. Jel4 I'OCESSFCL business requites us to enlarg? our quarters. We have taken the entire building cor. N. Y. ave. and 11th n.w. Will open fall term In spacious balls. Shorthand, Typewriting, Teleg raphy. "We prepare thoroughly." t 604 11TH ST. N.W. Jy27-s,tu&th-14 French and English School for Girls. Suburb of Washington. French the language of the house. Mile. L. M. Bouliguy, Prln., Chevy Chase P. O., Md. my 21 -312t-S MISS BALCH S CIVIL SERVICE INSTITUTE AND BCSINESS COLLEGE, 1340 Q 11. n.w. Higher mathematics, stenography, typewriting. ap?,-4.tf Ol'T OF WASHINGTON. MAPLEWOOD CONCORDVILLE. PA., PREPARES 40 boys for business or college; gymnasium, ath letic field; location beautiful, elevated, healthful; every year boys failures In other schools become with us successful students; we all work, then play; no tobacco; best care to small boys. nu7-2St*-7 J. SHORTL1PGE (Yale). A.M.. Prln. CHARLOTTE HALL SCHOOL, Charlotte Hull, Md. (St. Mary's Co.) Founded 1774. A thoroughly established Mili tary Academv In proximity to Baltimore and Washington. Estate of 825 acres. Healthful loca tion. Safe, home for bovs. Board, washing and tuition, $160 per scholastic year. aul-2Ct GEORGE M. THOMAS. A.M.. Principal. ROCKVILLE. MD ?ROCKVILLE ACADEMY FOR Boys. Home life and individual care and In struction; terms moderate. Address jy!6-C2t* W. P. MASON. U. 8. N. A. FAUQUIER INSTITUTE FOR YOUNG LADIES, WARRENTON, VA. The forty-second session opens on Sept. 19, 1901. Situated at Warrenton, in Piedmont re gion of Va., on Southern R. R., 55 miles from Washington. A limited home school. For cat alogue address GEO. G. BUTLER, A.M., Principal. Jyl3-s,tu&th-26t OCEAN TRAVEL. PLANT LINE To the Provinces. 1,400 MILES FOR $18.00. Cheapest and best OCEAN TRIPS out of BOS TON,. Steamers HALIFAX,. OLIVETTE and YARMOUTH. For HALIFAX. HAWKESBURY, CHARLOTTETOWN and SYDNEY. Sailing every other day. Illustrated advertising free. Address 20 Atlantic avenue, or 290 Washington street, Bos ton. Mass. J. A. FLANDERS. Jel5-s.tu&th-26t-13 Passenger Agent. TO EUROPE With SafetT and Speed. Average voyage less than 7 days. BOSTON TO QUEENSTOWN AND LIVER POOL. Takr one ?.f the Palatial New Twin-Screw Steamers of the DOMINION LINE. . NEW ENGLAND. 1 l.rtnoi COMMON WEALTH. IS tons. Aug. 14 & Sept. 11 000 tons,Aug.28&Sep.25 Saloon passage, $00 & up, 2d cabin, $40; 3d class at lowest rates. For passage, plans and illustrated folder apply to the company's office, 77 State st., Boston. Ma s., or GEO. W. MOSS, 1411 G st. n.w. ap2-tu,th&s-78t-14 American Line NEW YORK?SOUTHAMPTON-LONDON St Louis. .Aug. 14. lOamSt Louis..Sept. 4, 10 an ?Zeelaud..Aug. 21. nooniPhilad'a..Sept. 11. 10 am St Paul...Aug. 28. 10 amjSt Paul..Sept. 18, 10 am Red Star LSne NEW YORK?ANTWERP?PARIS Kensington. Aug. 14, noon | Frlesland.. Aug. 28, noon ?Zealand.. .Aug. 21, noon \ Southwark.Sept. 4, noou (?New Twin-screw Steamers calling at Cherbourg.) INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY. IMers 14&1C, N. It. Office, 73 Broadway, New York. WASHINGTON OFFICE. 1808 F ST. N.W.. ap24 Or G. W. Moss, 1411 G st. n-w. NORTH GERHAN LLOYD FAST EXPRESS SERVICE. CHERBOURG-SOUTH AMPTON?BREMEN. KaWerln M. Tb..Aug. 13 Kaiserin M. Th.Sept- 10 ?Lahn Aug. 20 *Lahn Sept. 17 Kaiser Wm. Gr..Aug. 27 Kaiser Wm. Gr.Sept. 24 Sailing at 10 A.M. ?To Southampton-Bremen only. TWIN-SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE. SOUTHAMPTON?LONDON (PARIS)?BREMEN. Koen. Lulse Aug. 15 tH. 11. Meier.. .Sept. 8 Fr. dor Grosse... Aug. 22 Itarbarossa Sept. 12 Gr. Kurfuerst... Aug. 29 Koen. Luise Sept. 19 Sailing 10 A.M. (tto Bremen onlyj. MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE. G1BRALT A R-N A PLES-G EN OA. U'erra... .Aug. 10. 1pm Illoh'zoli'n.Sept. 7, noon Allor Aug. 17, 10 am Werra....Sept. 14, 10 am Trave Aug. 81, 10 am Aller Sept. 21. 11 am t(Hoheiizol)ern). formerly Katser Wm. II. OEI.RICHS & CO.. NO. 5 BROADWAY, N. Y. Apply to E. F. DROOP. 925 Pa. are.. fe8-312t Agent for Washington. MEDICAL. B) 317 6th St. N. OLDEST GERMAN SPECIALIST. X? Dsivft *,,r Examination, Diagnosis and Treatment in Skin and Blood Dis eases. Cancer, Rheumatism, Piles, Stricture. Rupture Cured or Injection. * Private diseases and Vitality of both sexes In old and so-called Incurable oases cured. Urine ex amined. Daily, from 10 to 0; lues, and Satur. till 8 p.m. au3-tf Dr. Reed, Specialist, Treats successfully Catarrh. Kidney and Stomacb Troubles. &?. CUKES special diseases without the use of mercury, Ac. Office hours, 10 to 1, 8 to ?; Sunday, 10 to 12. CONSULTATION FREE. 5*>9 12TH ST. N.W. mhI3-8tf Dr. Leatherman, Expert Specialist In the cure of all sneclal diseases of men and wume'i. Consultation free. Dally, 0 to 12, 2 to 6; Tues. Thurs. and Sat. evcnlnga, 7 to 8. 602 F n.w. Closed on Sunday. delO-0tf ATTORNEYS. CHARLES S. BUNDY, Commissioner of Deeds for New York and all other states and territories. Kendall building, cor. 4V4 St. opposite City Hall. 'Phone 1819. au23-4tf CAMPBELL CARRINGTON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Webster Law building, 500 D at. n.w., Washing ton, D. C. Resident e. No. 8 Mount Vernon Flats, New York ave and 9th st. n.w. selS LADIES' GOODS. Sewing Machines Rep'd,$I. All work warranted. Orders by mall promptly attended tc. At OPPENUEIMER'S. 514 0th at n.w. ]a23-5tf UNDERTAKERS. R. Speare, Undertaker & Embalmer, 940 F STREET NORTHWEST. Everything strictly flrat-elaaa and on tlw moat reasonable tcrma. Xclepboaa cail 840. JaT-lOtt SUMMER RESORTS. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. HOTEL ALTAMONT. PEXN'A. AVE. NEAR BEACH. Few mlnntc* from n .eel pier, bathing ground*, amusements. Modern with every convenience, Including elevator frotu street. D. R GAITHEK, au8-26t-fl Formerly of Hotel Mt. Vernon. " BERKSHIRE INN, Virginia ave. and Beach. Modern and comfortable. Elevator, bath*, ete. Terms greatly reduced for last of August and September. Table unexcelled. Booklet. Jy29-2tit.O J. 0. & J. E. DICKINSON. HOTEL IROQUOIS, South Carolina ave. and the Itearh. Elevator, private baths and every equipment. A strictly high class hotel at modetate rates. Coach meets trains. Booklet. W. F. SHAW. *n7-2ttt.0 HOTEL SCARBOROUGH; BEACH FRONT AND MARYI.AND AVE. 100 ocean rooms. Opposite famou* Steel Pier. Wtite for Booklet and rates. Moderate prices. mh?-LV?.<I ALFRED W V M A N. ATLANTIC CITY DBJQtrmfT AND OOUMO> dlous rooms with home comfort* snd good N>?td assured to guests at No 171 tH^ean ave ; term* moderate. A Id res* Mrs F. WILSON nu.11#?* THE R1TTENHOUSE. Positively the coolest room* and 1h<M eutsln* In Atlantic City A reflned stnl new betel Strictly flist class f.?>entlon. \tn .terse* s*e and Beach Social rates. H. \f. IIALL1NOER. au.V2tittl I'OUTER tXHT.VOF. VtrglnU avenue, near Beach, Elevator to street level, telephone In every room. l^MCltf Ifc'O. Sew mnnaiiommt 1ri TW.? A. R SVNK INVALim AND CONVAIJ9SCKNTS "ANI* D1 A betlcs can have first clans accommodation* snd spc? tally prepared (AsmI, msssage, electricity, etc. References furnished. ItH'T Pacific avenue. Jyl?2?M Tllie Elberon ? central location; capac ity ?V>; lNN>klct; rntes, $h to $12. jel-78t.4 R. B. LUDY, M I>. ALBEMARLE HOTEL ANI> ANNEX, Virginia ave., near Bcuch and Famou* Piers. Elegant and modern. Enlarged to capacltv 400. Contain* elevator, private baths, etc. Special terms. $10, $12.50, $15 weekly. Booklet. Jv30-12t.? J. R COPE. THE ORIOLE. 212l> FaclLc ave.? Open all the year; terms. $7 to $0 week. Mrs. 0. T. BCZBY of Baltimore. Je2!>-52t-4 BOARD IN PRIVATE COTTAGE. SELECT Lo cation. Ocean view. $Jf $15 per week. 120 So. Rhode Island avenue. Jy22 20t,4 O. S. WRIGHT. DUDLEY ARMS. I'ENNA. AND PACIFIC AVES. Most select location Near Beach. Flrat-clasa appointments. Special rates. New management. Jyl0-26t-4 ALFRED LEE CONNER. COULTER HALL. MASS. "AVE. AND BEACH. New and modern. Ideal location. Reasonable rates. Elevator from street. \VM. C. CROW E1X>. formerly of old St. Charles. Jel0-52t-4 LITTLE BRIGHTON HOTEL. Ocean end S. C. ave.; Am. and European plans; reatanrant and buffet attached; full ocean view; steam heat; cpen all year. S. A. SCHWE1SFORT. mhlG-156t-4 MILLER COTTAGE AND ANNEX, 9 North Georgia ave. Capacity, 250. $1.28 a day; $7 and $8 a week. Jelrf 5ot-4 Mrs. I. n. MILLER. Hotel Imperial.^^rderafe'pric^ Full Ocean View from wide Three-story Porches. Maryland ave., 100 yards of Beach, Boardwalk and finest bathing grounds. Excellent table, quick and efficient service. Artesian water. $2 to $3 per day, $10 to $18 per week. I. G. KEN D KICK. )oll-am?-7 HOTEL LA MASCOT, 2119-23 Pacific ave., facing ocean. 1 block from Reading Depot. Accommodations complete. $1.25 to $1.50 per day; $7 to $10 per week. Individual table service. Mrs. L. E. R. BROWNE. je8-78t-fl HOTEL RIO GRANDE, New Yoik Ave. and the Beach. Seventy ocean view rooms. Several with prlvata balconies overlooking ocean and piers. Bathing robes and rooms attached, exclusively for guests. Elevator. Cafe. Kates, $10.00*to $15.00 per week. Per day, $2.00 to $3.00. Special rates to families and those making prolonged stay. Booklet on re quest. Long distance Bel! telephone 9-42. Jel2-12tf J. PAUL KILPATR1CK. The Jackson. Beach front, Virginia Ave. New fireproof hotel of brick and stone. Prlvata baths. Elevator from street. It. J. SENSOR & CO. je21-78t-5 THE BERWICK. Kentucky Ave., ualf sq. from Beach. Handsomely fur. Com. and homelike. The table equal to the very best. Terms mod. Je29-30t-5 JNO. M. TAYLOR. HOTEL 1RALE10H Ocean END of 8t. Charles Place, Atlantic City, N. J., with a capacity of 400 guests, Including every ap pointment and convenience to be found In a first class seaside hotel. Will make a special rate for September ap3-10tf JOHN B. SCOTT. Propr. HOTEL OSBORNE, One squa-e from Beach. New 75-room annox; $1.60 per day and upward and $8 per week and upward. R. J. OSBORNE my27-78t,4 HOTEL ALDINE-Homelike. Pacific ave near Ohio. Ocean view. Reputation for good table will be maintained. Terms, $1.50 to $2.60 per day. Special weekly rates. Send for Booklet. H. D. EASTMAN. Prop. Jel5-78t-5 HOTEL BERKELEY, ON THE BEACH. KENTUCKY AVE. Main corridor leads to board walk ami ocean front sun parlors. Capacity, 400. All modern con veniences. Daily orchestral concerts. Long-dla tance phone 211. SPECIAL SI'KING RATES. Write for Booklet. my10-78t-10 JAMES AND GEORGE BEW. ATLANTIC @5W, US. 1 Directly on Beach at Ocean end raclfic ave. New, quiet, picturesque and delightful. Four ocean frontages; 150 rooms, wllh baths attached. Orchestra, baching, etc. Rates reasonable. myl8 78t-14 F. N. PIKE HOTEL RfCHTiOND. Three doors from Beach ou Kentucky ave. Elevator, etc. M. II. MAGERS of Balto. sp5-130t-5 AS1U 111 I'AHK, iT. j7 THE LAFAYETTE, ASBUKY PARK, N. J. Every modern equipment; capacity, 800. Evening dinners. Orchestra. Elevators. Illustrated booklet upon application only. 12th season. WRIGHT & FROST. Jelft-s.tu&th-L'0t-7 METROPOLITAN HOTEL, ASBURY PARK, N. J. This popular hotel near ocean. Opens June 15, under same management. Cuisine the beat. Or chestra; evening dinners. Booklet. THEO. OVES. Jell-tu.th.s 26t? HOTEL BRIGHTON, Asbury Park, N. J. Now open. Third ave., near ocean; 14th season. Mrs. HAMILTON HUNT. Jel5-s,tu&th-26t-4 THE SURF HOUSE. First ave. Ocean block. Capacity, 150. Booklet. Jel8-tu.tb&s-2ttt-4 E. A. MARTIN. "THE"YORKSHIRE, 6th ave., Asbury Park; unobstructed ocean view; 7tb season; terms reasonable. 0. S. HUNT. je!2-52t-4 OCEAN CITY, Ml). THE GLENMORE, OCEAN CITY, MD. ' OCEAN FRONT. Large new house; fine view; broad piazzas. Mod erate terms. MISS MARY A. BENNETT. Jy26-2flt* ON THE POTOMAC. COLTON'S HOTEL, 80 MILES DOWN THE POTO mac; good fishing and crabbing; cuisine excel lent; dau-ir.g. Special rates for August and Sep tember. Address H. W. LOVE, Je7-78t,5 Colton's, St. Mary's co., Md. "LOCKSLEY HALL" (FORMERLY RALEIGH'S), renovated and improved; on Potomac river uear Point Lookout; fiue beach; good table; splendid air; $5 per week. Address G. ROGERS, Ridge, Md. Jy30-2?t* HOI FOR HOTEL BELLE VIEW. CHAPEL POINT. Md.?On and after this date, for balance of the season, I will take boarders for $5.00 for week. Good rooms, music and dauclng every night. Mrs. A. P. KRETCHMAR. Proprietress. jy29-tf POTOMAO HOTEL. ST. GEORGES ISLAND, Md. Opens July 1. Boating, bathing, fishing, etc. Music and dancing. Cuisine excellent. Rates very moderate. Take Stra. "Northumber land." "Potomac" or VArrowsmlth," which stop at Adama' wharf. See Star for sailing hours. Address ADAMS BROS., St. George's Island, lid. Jel8-52t* COLONIAL. BEACH, VA. COLONIAL BEACH LOTS FOR SALE; PRICES from $25 to $500 each; one cottage and lot for $600; cottage on river front, with large lot, $900: easy terms: $100 cash, balance $50 per year; will exchange for lots or cottage near Washington. Addresn J. JAY GOULD, au5-2w* Colonial Beach, Va. Colonial Beach Hotel, Va. IIOLTZMAN, RANDALL ft CO. OPEN JULY 1. 1901. FOB SEASON. Randall Line steamers dally. Special rates to fsmllles. Board, $2 per day; $7 to $12 per week. Excellent fare. Good fishing and crabbing, Ac. 0. B. SMITH, Manager. Jyl9-2m 1321 F n.w., or Oolonlal Beach, Va. DELAWARE RESORTS. rehobothT Hotel Henlopesn, BEH0B0TH, DEL. 100 Ocean-View Booms. Address JOHN SAYEKS. Jyl5-26t*8 SUMMER REPORTS. CAI'B MAY, *. STOCKTON HOTEL. ? CAPE MAY. N. J. t, largest and moat apacloiia ?n the coaat. faring dlrwtljr on the sea. Margfta's Orcheatra 14 pieces. Suite! with private bath. HORM.E M. CAKR. Alao Normandla Hotel, Waahlsfctou i) Ci au0-2tit-7 " THB ALDIN'B. * Cane May N. 3 Op<w all tha year. ' Knn parlor* Cuisine unexcelled. raw yarda frurii the beach JjHl2t,4 ?EO. Mcei,LER ' HOTEL LA FAY BTT E, Boat llfarb Front I>x-atlop la C?^e May Bntea, $H par da/; #16 par ,w*ek a?d upward. _J^V fttf JOBNTrIoY A CO. CARt,TON IIOTKL CAI'R M Al POINT, IsTT" uT ractly on beach. Accomrnodatlooa for 400 Orches tra: lUhliia. gunning; fine tab!*: bathing. Send for booklet; if to $13 par waak. KELLY A WKAVSH JrlR Aiit 4 UNITED KTATKS IIOTKI/?AMERICAN PLAN BT rallrnt table a apedalty. Hpeclal rates to famillea CAPITOL HOTEL?-European plan. Commerclai houae. with Una grade of liquors. fi. URAHAM JaUftSt 4 THE COLONIAL, Cape May, N. J. t'nobatructed view of the ocean. fatO Ut ? WM. H. CHURCH. H1*HINU I.AKK, ?. J. \V1l BURTON BY TIIK-HBA. PlRHOTLY ON OCEAN -Hot and cold sea water botha; opens June '?l\ collage afltie* now open. jtao wt ? it k i.ktth worth. Of KAN (iMOVK, 1?. J. THE ARLINGTON, The leading betel. Modern appointments. High grade family houae. Capacity 3(10. Orcheatra. F-ooklot c H. Ml LI. A It. Prop. JelS-a.tn&th 26t-B ^nffllV VlfW Nearest to batha and pa apray Vltw. T|iions; directly un beach; spacious verandahs. Booklet. jel3 th.a,t.iMtV4 JOSEPH WHITE. NIMIINliN AIVB BATHS. MT. CLEMENS FAMOUS MINERAL SPRINGS. Theae apiluga relieve and cure rheumatism, nen ralgla, ecaemn and kindred diseaaea. Their merit* are attested by hundred* of physician* and other prominent people In all part* of the country, to Whom reference may l>e had on request. Tha location, in Clinton river, near Lake St. Clair and Detroit, and the facilities for boating. Halting, driving and cycling, leave nothing to be dealred by visitors seeking rest and recreation. About 2<H? hotela and boarding houses at the Springs nfford accommodations and rates to suit all tastes and purses. Write fo>- handsome and Interesting booklet, with photo views and full descriptions of the baths, bath houses, hottis. etc , mailed free. Address K. It. EASTMAN, Chamber of Commerce, Mt. Clemen*. Mich. Jy2-t,th,s.26t,20 i CHOICEST LOCATION IN SARATOGA SPRINGS, NEAR MINERAL STRLNGS AND BATH& ROOMS EN SUITE WITH BATHS. )ell-tu,th&s-26t-14 The Graod Union, For terms and circular address Woollley & Qerrans, PROPRIETORS, Saratoga Springs, New York. JylS-th,s.tii-14tf VARIETY SPRINGS. Augusta Co.. Va. (So railed because of numerous mineral waters). On main line of C. and O. railway. Hotel and cottages, nicely furnished; modern Improvements; hot and cold healing baths; rates reasonable; tele graph and telephone communication. Write for booklet. OPEN JUNE 15. 1901. Address VARIETY SPRINGS. VA,, H. G. EICHELBERGER. Prop. Jel.Vs.t.th-2flt-10 IN THB MOUNTAINS. HOTEL ROYAL, FRONT ROYAL, VA.?THE coolest and healthiest summer resort In the Blue Ridge mountains. Excellent table service and fine fishing and boating in the Shenandoah river. Terms reasonable. HOIIBACH & BYRNE, Props. auf>-m.th,s,till sel WARREN WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS HOTEL.? One of the most healthy resorts on the Massanut ten mountains; good fishing, bathing-and boating. Address A. HOWELL, Wuterllck Station, Va. Jy27-12t* AURORA-in-the-Alleghanies. THE AURORA HOUSE Elevation. 3,000 feet; al ways cool. Beautiful grounds, with tine shad* tree* and flowers. Large, airy rooms; excellent table: "Crystal Rock" spring water; new baths; good music. (L7For Illustrated booklet addreaa mvi!5-8tf J. H. SHAFFER, Prop., Aurora, W.Va. HILL TOP HOUSE; In the Mountains. Noted for Its table. All mod ern Improvements. Telegraph direct to houae. T. 8. LOVETT, Harper s Ferry, W. Ta. myI7-I04t-B THB SUMMIT HOUSE, HARPER'S FERRY. W. VA. Located on the highest point. Seaaon opena Juna 17. Address SUMMIT HOL'SB. jel5-fl2f NOW OPEN Bmeinia Vista Spring Hotel, Franklin County, Pa., In the heart of the Blue Ridge, on the Western Maryland railroad. Orchestra, Golf Links and Swimming Pool. Only 3 hours from Washington. (E^Three furnished cottages, with bath, for rent; nerr hotel. Modern improvements. Wide porches. For booklets, rates, etc., address GEO. A. MILLS, Jr., Manager. Je15-th.e.t-14 FIRST-CLASS BOARD IN TUE MOUNTAINS. Address FAIRVIEW COTTAGE, my28-tu.th.s.30t* Deer Park. Md. VERY ACCESSIBLE. 60 M. FROM WASH., VIA Bluemont; mt., valley and water scenery, bicy cling, drives, shaded grounds; spring beds; no children taken; fishing, boating, swimming; U daily malls; first-class fare; fresh meats, fowls, milk, fruits, $5 per week. Procure circular. MAURICE CASTLKMAN, Castleman's Ferry, Clarke Co.. Va. Jyl6-S2t THE I^K'KWdOD AND ANNEX, HARPER S FERRY, W. Va. Now open. Shady lawns; healthy location: table and service excel lent; terms moderate. A. P. DANIEL, Proprietor. ap2"-104t-4 '?DOUBLING GAP" WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. NEWVILLE, PA. ,._.A AN IDEAL MOUNTAIN AND SUMMER RESORT. Twenty square miles of mountain, lake and forest. Refined patronago. Moderate ratea. No extraa. Neare;-, mountain resort for southern people. De scriptive circular and terms mailed upon applica tion. GEORGE ALBERT FREYER, Prop. Jeft-tf.lfl Hotel Shenandoah. In mts. Beautiful scenery, fine shade treea, mag nificent piazzas, dancing pavilion; mualc; cool nlghta; mineral water. Good table. Mod. ratea. Carriage meeta all tralna. Write for booklet. W. W. L. ROACH, Prop., Uarper'a Ferry, W. Va. Jel4-62t-8 - BUFFALO EXPOSITION. ROOMS IN A STRICTLY PRIVATE FAMILY FOR PAN-AMERICAN VISITORS; ten minutes to ex position. Terms moderate. References exchanged. R. F. MORGAN, au8-th,s&tu-12t-5 439^4 Masten st., Buffalo. N.Y. VISIT THE PAN-AMERICAN. The Parkside Homes. We offer you the best accommodations to be had In Buffalo; elegant rooms in twenty-flve of the best Private Homes and three large Apartment Houses. These places are modern and up-to-date permanent bulldinga. lr Free bath: direct line to Pan-American; 8 min utes' ride; cara every minute; 8 minutes' walk through Park-Woods and Zoo. Accommodations for 1,000. Rates, $1.00, $1.28 and $1.00 per day each person; meals, 50 cents. Washington office, 614 18th at. ?>w., Joa. W. Trimble. Mgr., or Room 204, Bond hUlg. W. E. ILUNGWORTH. 270 Summit aTe., Buffalo. Jy29.30,aul.then tu,th,s,l2t ? ? MRS. O. B. BROWN, 802 ELMWOOD AVB.? First-class accommodations . for Pan-American visitor*; choice rooms; bath; finest residence sec tion; near exposition; ratea reasonable. jy!9-19t-4 , , MlSCELLANtOVS^ Loch Lynn Heigjita. Hotel, MT. LAKE PARS; MD, On the crest of the Alleghtolea. Open until September 801 Write for booklet. Jel4toael,10 The Release of the Lennox. An order of the War Department di rects Col. Joshua W. Jacobs, quartermas ter, to go to San Francisco on duty per taining to the discharge of the chartered ship Lennox. The I?ennox was chartered at Portland, Ore., by Col. Jacobs, who is stationed at Vancouver. The question of salvage will probably arise when the gov ernment discharges the transport. Havana Dock la Good Condition. A letter from Naval Constructor Gllmore, who recently was sent to take charge of the big floating dock at Havana, states that the dock Is In excellent condition and will be a valuable adjunct to the navy. ~ LAl/MCH OP A DRY DOCK. ThrW Tnrprdo Roat Dralrorcra Will Alio lie Ulvea to the Water. The lnrgmt launch of government vtawli In the history of the country will take place at Baltimore on the 13th instant. It will Include the blfr steel floating dry dock which la to be stationed at Algiers, La., nnd the thirty-knot torpedo boat destroyers Whip ple. Truxton and Worden. The dry dock will be the biggest In tha world and will coat $*10,000. The task of towing It through the Atlantic and the gulf will be a mighty one. The start will be made, It la understood, early In Septem ber. The destroyers will be the largest and swiftest of their class In the navy. Each la 248 feet long and registers 4.13 tons. They will have two sets of quadruple expansion engines, and will show four fun nels. The two conning towers on deck will be armored with three-quarter-Inch nlckil steel. The engines are protected only by the coal bunkers, which extend 100 feet amid ships on either side, and which have a ca pacity for 150 tons of coal?sufficient to provide a speed of fourteen miles an hour for 4.0(H) miles. The outer hull is of half Inch steel plates. The vessels, however, are built with twelve separate water-tight com partments. Accommodations are provided for a crew of eighty officers and men. The ships present the Innovation of having the officers' quarters forward and those of the crew aft. The engines, which are expected to give the vessels a speed of ^thirty knots per hour, are "of 8,400 horse power and of the four-cylinder type. The so-called turtle-back protection from seas runs from the stem, intersecting the conning towers and extending In the form of a bulwark twenty feet abaft the towers A clever device of the vessels is an ar rangement of telescoping masts mounted on the forward bridge, to which the search light is fixed. These masts can be shot up In a second and as quickly lowered. The armament of the vessels will consist of four fourteen-pounder three-inch rapid fire guns and three six-pounders. The two elghteen-lnch torpedo tubes are located In the stern, one forward and one aft of the after conning tower. The after one will be used to discharge the torpedo when the vessel is swinging away from the object of attack, and the forward one will be more for a broadside fire. Two spare torpedoes will be stored in water-tight cases with water-tight covers, one on each side of the deck, located so that they can be lifted by cranes to the torpedo tubes directly from the cases. JtDUE HUMPHREYS' CASE. Charges of tlie Hawaiian Ilnr Will Be Investigated. Judge A. S. Humphreys of the first cir cuit I'nited States court of Hawaii yester day afternoon had a conference with At torney General Knox. Some time ago the Bar Association of Hawaii filed with the Attorney General a complaint against Judge Humphreys, alleging, among other things, arbitrary and unjust treatment of members of the bar, and specifying the arrest c-f three well-known attorneys upon a charge of contempt of court. The sentence, how ever, was not executed, and subsequently the accused were pardoned by the governor. On the other hand, it is said, a large num ber of letters have been received hero tes tifying to the uprightness and integrity of Judge Humphreys, and other testimony bearing upon the case is expected very soon. It is understood the Bar Association of Hawaii will follow up their complaint by formal charges, and then the matter will be taken up by the Department of Justice and disposed of. It is intimated by persons in a position to have knowledge of the subject that the complaints against Judge Humphreys are a result of the an tagonism that has existed ^or some time between the new federal officials and the old regime. Judge Humphreys will remain here some days. NOT IN VENEZUELAN WARSHIP. Fact* Regarding Gen. Urihe's Voyage Being Drought Out. An interesting feature in connection with the voyage of General Uribe Uribe, the Colombian revolutionist, is brought o\it in advices received at the Colombian legation here. Earlier reports of the general's trip contained the statement that he had made the voyage from Laguira to Maracaibo In a Venezuelan gunboat, thus inferentially Implicating the government of the latter country in giving assistance to General Uribe's movements against Colombia. It Is shown that, as a matter of fact, the trip between the two places named actually was made in a merchant vessel, which was subsequently purchased by the Venezuelan government and converted into a gunboat. The officials regard this development as significant, as it disposes of what other wise might have been regarded as an un friendly act on the part of Venezuela in facilitating the revolutionary movement against Colombia. Army Orders. First Lieut. Albert E. Waldron and Sec ond Lieuts. Francis A. Pope, Wildurr Will ing, Clarence H. Knight, Nathaniel E. Bower and Francis W. Clark, all of the Artillery Corps, have been ordered to ex amination with a view to their transfer to the Corps of Engineers. Capt. Frank T. Avery, on his o\vn appli cation, has been detailed as professor of military science and tactics at the Agri cultural and Mechanical College .of Texas, College Station, Tex. Major William T. Kendall, surgeon, has been relieved from duty at Fort Slocum, N. Y., and ordered to Fort Porter, N. *., relieving Lieut. Col. Charles K. Wrinne, deputy surgeon general, who is ordered to Omaha, Neb., for duty as chief surgeon of the Department of the Missouri. Lieut. Col. Winne will relieve Lieut. Col. James P. Kimball. Capts. Reuben B. Turner and Mathew E. Saville, 27th Infantry, and First Lieut. Walter S. Volkmar, Artillery Corps, have been ordered to examination for promotion. First Lieut- Conrad E. Koerper, assistant surgeon, has been assigned to temporary duty at the general hospital, Washington barracks, I). C. Captain Michael A. Rebert, assistant surgeon, volunteers, recently appointed, at York, Pa., has been ordered to Manila for duty. Captain Arthur W. Yates, quartermaster, has been ordered from Portland, Me., to Fort Foster, N. H., on business pertaining to the quartermaster's department. Captain Albert S. Brookes, 20th Infantry, has been relieved from duty at Columbus barracks, Ohio, and ordered to the depart ment of Colorado for duty. Chaplain Patrick J. Hart has been trans ferred from the 8th Infantry to the 13th Cavalry, at Fort Meade, S. D., and Chap lain William Colbert from the 13th Cavalry to the 8th Infantry, which Is stationed in the Philippines. Captains James B. Jackson, 7th Infantry; Daniel A. Frederick, 7th Infantry, and John C. F. Tillsom, 14th Infantry; First Lieutenants Geo. S. Goodale and Andrew Overnshire, 23d Infantry; Captain Zeran W. Torrey, 6th Infantry, and First Lieu tenant Robert Field, 14th Infantry, have been ordered to appear before examining boards for examination for promotion. Inducements to Manufacturers. Hungary, like Servia and Roumania, now holds out Inducements to parties who will start industrial enterprises In that king dom. according to a communication receiv ed at the State Department from United States Consul Llstoe at Rotterdam. It Is stated that the government of Hungary will grant subsidies to manufactories of textile goods, agricultural machinery, silk, for the manufactures of articles of lead, zinc and tin by electricity and a number of other enterprises. It is also reported that the government will expend a consid erable sum In Irrigation, and In other ways endeavor to revive the industrial prosper ity of Hungary. Manufactures of Florida. The census bureau has Issued a prelim inary report on the manufacturing indus tries of Florida and of the city of Jackson ville. It shows there were 2,115 manufac turing establishments In Florida In 1900, an increase of almost 163 per cent since 1800. These in 1900 had a total capital of $34, 473,997, an increase of 210 per cent; an average of 87.694 wage earners, an increase of almost 183 per cent; total wages, $11, 809,367, an increase of almost 92 per cent; miscellaneous expenses, $2,411,039, an In crease of practically 97 per cent; the a* Krerate value of the products. Including custom work and repairing, was $38,180,MH, an Increase of almost 110 per cent. For Jacksonville the report shows 195 manu facturliiK establishments with a total capi tal of f2.0(?8,6*l3, an average of 1,002 wage earners, aggregating $04.Yl?21 In wages; miscellaneous expenses, $15X213; cost of materials used. $1,007,924; value of?product, including custom work and repairing, $2, 812,2<iy. Fnltirr of the Vermont. Tho Navy Department hits not yet de cided what to do eventually with the re ceiving ship Vermont, which was pro nounced Insanitary, and which has teen temporarily replaced by the cruiser C o- j lumbla. 8om? of the ofllcers at the de partment believe that the Vermont Is a rot ten old hulk, and should be either broken J up or sold, while others are of the opinion that she could be renovated, and eventually restored for duty as a training ship. The department hus received an offer from a firm In New York, which guarantees to thoroughly fumigate the ship, but no action has yet been taken. BrlnKlnic Home Soldier*' Remains. The transport Hancock has sailed from Manila, also the Dlx (formerly Samoa), j The Dix ha3 on board the remains of 313 soldb-rs wh'ch are being brought to the United States for burial. AUCTION SALES. TOMORROW. RECEIVER'S SALE OF THE LEASE, FIXTURES. FURNITURE AM) PARAPHERNALIA OF THE RESTAURANT BUSINESS LATELY CONDUCT El> BY OSBORNE & IIARTNETT, AT THE CORNER OF SEVENTH AND G STREETS NORTHWEST. By authority of a decree of the Supremo Court of the District of Columbia, in equity cause No. 22600, I will sell, as an entirety, in front of j i-emlsos No. ffiS and 627 Seventh street north west Washington, I). C., on FRIOAY. THE NINTH DAY OF AUGUST. 1901, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., subject to ratification by said court, all the fixtures, furniture, silver, china ! and glaasware, linen and other paraphernalia of the restaurant business lately conducted In said ] premises bv the firm of Osborne & Hartnett. liquors ; and cigars' excepted, together with the unexpired ! portion of the liquor license held by said tirm. and the unexpired term of a least- of said premises for , ten yesirs from the 17th day of April, 1897, re corded among the land records of the District (ft Columbia in liber 21S5, folio 472, subject to all the terms and conditions therein stated. An In- j ventory of said goods and chattels and a copy of said teise can be seen on appll- atlon to the under- ? signed. , . Terms: rive hundred dollars deposit will be re- 1 quired on acceptance of hid. and the balance ft , the purchase money must be paid lu cash on ratifi cation of ale by the court. HENRY W. SOHON, Receiver. Fendall Bldg., 344 D st. n.w. C. G. SLOAN &. CO., Auctioneers. Jy31-9t future days. C. G. SLOAN & CO.. AUCTIONEERS, 1407 G ST. Regular sale of Furniture and general household effects within our rooms, 1407 G st., SATURDAY, AUGUST THE TENTH, 1901, AT TEX A.M.; comprising PARLOR SUITES AND ODD PIECES. HANDSOME METAL BLACK AND BRASS BEDSTEADS. TOILET DRESSERS. LEATHER CHAIRS, DAV I ENPORTS. COUCHES. ELECTRIC FANS, CASH . REGISTERS, CABINET FOLDING BED, HAND 1 SOME OAK CHAMBER SUITES. SIDEBOARDS, EXT TABLES. DINING CHAIRS. REFRIGERA TORS, WARDROBES, BOOKCASFS, ROLL-TOP DESKS, ANTIQUE MAHOGANY MIRROR Fit \MES, DROP-LEAF TABLES. CARPETS, MATTINGS. MATTRESSES. PILLOWS, HANG INGS ROCKERS, ANTIQUE ROCKERS. LOUNGES. BENTWOOD CHAIRS, PORCH Ft R NITUKE CAMERA, TABLES, CHINA AND GLASS, KITCHEN GOODS. Etc. AND AT TWELVE M., HORSE, VEHICLE, HARNESS, Etc. Terms cash. C. G. SLOAN & CO., Auots., auS-2t 14<>* G st. JAMES W. RATCLIFFE, AUCTIONEER. EXECUTOR'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ES TATE AT THE CORNER OF P STREET AND FLORIDA AVENUE NORTHEAST. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, holding a special term for Orphans' Court business, passed in the matter of the estate of Justina Rlti, No. 92of> of the ad ministration docket? of the office of the register of wills, and of the authority to me thereby given and also vested In me by the last will and testa ment of said Justina Ritr. I will otTer for sale by public auction, In front of the premises, on the FIFTEENTH V>AY OF AUGUST. A.D. 1001, AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. the following real estate, situate in the city of Washington, District of Co lumbia. to wit: I>>ts numbered one (1) and two CO in Edward Clark's subdivision of square numbered six hundred and sixty-eight t668l as said subdl vision Is recorded In Plat Book B ftt folio 68 in the office of the surveyor of said District, together with all the righ's thereto belonging. Terms of sale as prescribed by the decree: One third of the purchase money to l?e paid In cash and the balance In eipial Installments at one and two years from day of sale, and for the deferred Eavments any purchaser shall give his or her notes, earing interest at the rate of five per centum per annum, payable In e*jual semi-anntial installments, the said notes to be secured by a deed of trust, which shall l?e a first lien upon the property sold, or all cash, at purchaser's option. All conveyanc ing. recording, notarial fees and revenue taxes at purchaser's cost. Terms of sale to be compiled with within fifteen days from day of sale, other wise the undersigned reserves the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, after such previous public advertisement as he may deem ne-essary. DAVID MOORE, Executor, au3-d&ds No. 717 14th st. n.w. JAMES W RATCLIFFE. AUCTIONEER. TRUSTEES' SALE OF A TWO STORY BRICK DWELLING. NO. 2212 7T11 STREET NORTH WEST By virtue of a d*ed of trust, duly recorded In Liber 23C9 folio 237 et 6eq., of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will offer for sale, by public auction, In front of the premises, on MONDAY, THE TW ELFTH DAY OF AUGUST, 1001. A* HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described real es tate, situate in the county of Washington, District of Columbia, to wit: Being the south twenty and twenty-one one-hundredtlis feet (20 21-100i front on Seventh Street road nud running back with that width to the depth of one hundred and twenty-one I and sixty-seven one-hundredtbs feet (121 67-1001 of lot numl>ered sixty-one (61) in Jesse B. Haw's sub division of part of a tract of land called Mount Pleasant, being the same property conveyed to s.-Md Patrick Burns by deed recorded in Liber 1337, folio 63, of the iand records of said District. Terms of sale: One-third cash, the balance In one and two years, with Interest from the day <f sale at the rate of six per cent per annum, secured by deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A dejtosit of $2i>0 will be required at the time of sale. If the terms of sale are not compiled with within fifteen days from the day of sale the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of the defaulting puichaser, after five days" advertisement of such resale in some newspaper published In Washington, D. C. All conveyancing, stamps, re cording, etc., at cos', of the purchaser. JOHN A. SCHAEFER. WILLIAM It. McCLOSKY, aul-d&ds Trustees. C. G. SLOAN & CO.. AUCTIONEERS, 1407 G ST. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY, BEING A THREE STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK DWELLING. WITH STONE TRIMMINGS, No. 1621 21ST NORTH WEST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated June 25 1802. and duly recorded In Liber No. 1704, folio 372 et seq., one of the land records for the District of Columbia, and at the request of the parties secured thereby, we will sell at public auction, in front of the premises, on MONDAY. THE TWELFTH DAY OF AUGUST. 1001. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., the following described laud and premises, situate In the city of Wushlngton, District of Columbia, and designated as and be ing lot numbered one hundred and thirty-eight (138) in Jacob Jones' subdivision. In square num bered ninety-three (93), as said subdivision is re corded In book 17, page 84, In tho ofllce of the sur veyor of the District of Columbia; improved by a three-story and basement brick dwelling, with stone trimmings and with a twelve (12j foot side alley. Terms: Cne-thlrd cash, balance In one and two years, with Interest at B per cent per annum, pay able semi-annually, and secured by a .deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $250 will be required at time of sale. All conveyancing, recordlug, no tarial fees, etc., at purchaser's cost. If terms of sale are not complied with In ten days from the day of sale the trustees reserve the right to readvertlse and resell the property, at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, after due notice published In some Washington newspaper. WILLIAM CORCORAN HILL, BERNARD H. JOHNSTON. Jyai-dftds Trustees. DUNCANSON BROS., AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OF THREE THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLINGS. NUMBERS 633. 635 AND 637 FOURTH STREET NORTHEAST, WASH INGTON, D. C. _ t . By virtue of three deeds of trust, each dated March 20, A.D. 1806. and recorded, respectively, In Liber No. 2103, at folios 386 et seq., 301 et seq. and 806 et seq., of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at Uie request of the holder of the notes secured thereby, we will, at public auction. ON TUESDAY 'THE T\V ENTIKTH OF AUGUST. AT HALF-PAST FOUR P.M., sell the following parcels of land, situate in the city of Washington, District of Columbia, to wit: Lots numbered twenty-seven, twenty-eight and twenty nine. In John C. Davidson et al.'s subdivision of lots In square eight hundred and ten. as recorded in the office of the surveyor of the District afore said in Liber 18, folio 154, together with the im provements, Ac. , A . , , Terms of ssle: Each parcel to be sold sepa rately. One-thlnl of the purchase money to be paid In cash, balance In two payments of equal amounts, to be represented by notes, bearing In terest at 6 per cent per annum, payable semi annually, and secured upon the property sold, or cash, at purchaser's option. $100 deposit at tlms of sale on each parcel sold. All conveyancing and revenue stamps at purchaser's cost. Terms to be wlU? la ten -to. GEORGE E. EMMONS, uMoUl Twataea. AUCTION SALES FtTlHK DAYS. DUNCANSON BUGS.. AUCTION EEBS. TRUSTEES' SALE OF EIGHT HAXPSOMK AND ATTRACTIVE TWO-STORY, CELLAR AND ATTIC FIIAMK rHVF.l,l.l.N(;S AT PETWORTH, D C.. KNOWS AS rUKMlSKS Nil AND 817 SAVANNAH STREET. 44>>.V 44<1>. 4413. 4417 AND 4421 KANSAS AVEME AND 442t> EIGHTH STREET. By virtue of eight certain deeds of trust, (hp lltth day of April. A. I*. IS'7. an<l reoordttl In Uber 2213. folios, respectively, 172 et wq., 190 et seq.. 194 et s?-q.. 199 et seq . 2"3 et seq . 208 et sen., 212 et seq and 239 et seq , of the land rec ords of the District of Columbia, and at the re quest of certain of the holders'of the notes secured tLereby. we will offer, separately, at public s*le. In front of th<* premise*. en TUESDAY, TUB SIXTH DAY OF AUGUST. A I> 19<'l. COM v;.:ncing at hai.f-past four o cixm'k p m , the follow it g described real estate, situated In the county of Washington. District of Columbia, and known at<l distinguished as and lwing Iota num bered eleven (111, fifteen |15). sixteen (U'.i, seven teen (17>. eighteen' (181, nineteen (191. twenty (20) and twenty-six <20i of the Washington L-an and i rust Company, trustees', subdivision of block numbered twenty-two i22i of the Petworth addition to the city of Wash! igton, as said subdivision is ?'uly recorded in Ulier County No. 11. page 83, of the records of the surveyor's office of the District of Columbia: together with the Improvement* thereon. Terms of ?ale: One-fourth of the purchase money to be paid In cash and the balance to l>e paid in four equal installments, payable in one, two, three and four years, secured, respectively, upon the property sold, vith Interest thereon at the rate of live per cent per annum, payable semi annually, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A de posit of $2ia> upon each property sold will be re quired at time of sale. Sale to be closed in fifteen days from day of sale, < therwlse the property will be resold at the rls< td cost of defaulting pur chaser, after fiv? ys' advertisement In wm* bewspsjier published in Washington city. D. 0. Conveyancing and revenue at the co*t of purchaser. BHAINARD H. WARNF.lt, 916 F ?t. u.w., LOFIS I?. WINK. 1304 F sf. n.w., Jy25-d&-ds Trustee?. ITTTHE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED. ON AC. count of the weather, until TUESDAY. AUGUST THIRTEENTH, 11H>1. at the same time ami place. BRA IN ARD H. WARNER, LOUIS D. WLNH, ao7-d&ds Truateca. JAMfcfc W. KATCI.1FFE, AUCTIONEER. TRUSTEES' SALE (IF VALUABLE BUILDING LOT ON EAST SII?F. OF COLUMBIA AVE NUE. MERIDIAN 111IX. Under and by virtue of a deed of trust, dated May 1(1, 1898. and recorded In I.lber 2327. folio 27 et seq., and at the request of the party secured thereby, we w ill sell at public auction, in front of the premises, on MONDAY, THE NINl> TKENTH DAY OF AUGl ST, 19ni. AT 4:80 O'CLOCK i'.M., all of lot thirteen (131, In block numbered eighteen (18), according to llaU and El vans' recorded sulsllvislon of the proper^" known as Meridian II111, in Washington county. District of Columbia, as surveyed liy Charles H. Bliss, surveyor, September, A.D. 1807. Terms of sale: One-third of tho purchase money in cash, balance in one and two years, secured by deed of trust on property sold, with Interest at the rate if six per cent per annum, or all cash, at option of purchaser. All conveyancing and revenue stamps at cost of purchaser. $100 down at time of sale. Terms to be complied w ith in ten days, or property to l>e resold at risk and cost or default ing purchaser. CHARLES W. HANDY, Trustee. 010 13th st. u w. JUDSON T. CULL, Trustee. au7-dA<ls 412 6th B W. C. G. SLOAN A- CO., AUCT8., 1407 G ST. N.W. CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE. KNOWN AS -No. 8o3 U STREET NORTHWEST. By virtue of a decree of tho Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, passed on the 23d day of May, 19"1, in Equity cause No. 18409, and of further decree passed in said cause on July 111, 1901. the undersigned will sell, at public auction. In front of the premises, on THURSDAY, THE FIFTEENTH DAY OF AUGUST, 19t?l. AT FIVB O'CLOCK P.M.. all that certain piece or parcel of land lying in the city of Washington, District of Columbia, namely: Part of original lot numl?ered one (1), of square numbered four hundied and fouf (404), beginning for the same on the line of H sf. at a point distant twenty-five (25) feet four (4) inches west of the southeast corner of said lot and square, and running thence north eighty-five (85) feet to a private alley; thence west twentr two (22) feet: thence south eighty-five (85) feet to the said H at., and thence east along said street to the place of beginning together with tho Im provements thereon erected. Terms of sale as prescribed by the decreet One third of the purchase money to be paid in cash, and the balance In two equal Installments, pay able in one and two years from day of aale, the deferred payments to be represented by the note* of the purchaser or purchasers, bearing Interest at the rate of five per centum per annum, payable seini-annuallr, and secured by a deed of trust, which shall be a first lien on the property sold, or all cash, at the purchaser's option. A deposit of three hundred and fifty dollars will be required of the purchaser at time of sale. All conveyancing, recording, revenue taxes and notarial fees at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise the trustee reserves the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, after such p:evU>us public advertisement as to Lim may seem necessary. OSCAR LUCKETT. Trustee. au3-d&da 344 D st. n w. JAMES W. RATCLIFFE, AUCTIONEER. Trustee's Salle off a Hand some Brick Residence, No. 11329 R Street Northwest, with A11 Modem Emniprove= memits. By virtue of a deed of trust, duly recorded In Liber No. 1713. folio 877 et seq., of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the under signed, trustee, will offer for sale, by public auc tion, In front of the premises, on WEDNESDAY, FOURTEENTH DAY OF AUGUST, A.D. 1901. AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CIXCK P.M., the following described real estate, sitnate In the city of Wash ington. District of Columbia, to wit: Part of lot numbered four (4), In W. W. Corcoran's tub division of square numbered two hundred and thirty-nine .(239), as said subdivision is recorded In the office of the surveyor of the District of Colum bia in Book W. F.. page 142, contained within the following metes and bounds, viz.: Beginning for the same at the southwest corner of said lot and running thence east along tho line of north It street twenty-five (25) feet; tl.ence north ninety five (95) feet; thence west twenty-five (26), und thence south ninety-five (95) feet to the place of beginning, together with all the improvements. Ac. Terms of sale: One-third cash, the balance In one and two years, with Interest from the day of sale at the rate of six per cent per annum, secured by deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of foOU required at time of sale. If terms of sale are not complied with within 15 days from the day of *ale the trustee reserves the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, after five duys' advertisement of such resale in some newspaper published In Washington. D. C. All conveyancing, stamps, Ac., at the cost of the purchaser. au3-d&ds SAMUEL CROSS. Trustep. DUNCANSON BROS., AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES SALE OF A NEAT AND ATTRAC TIVE THKEE-STORY AND CELLAR BRICK DWELLING IN THE NORTHWEST SECTION, KNOWN AS PREMISES 25oS "M" STREET NORTHWEST. Bv virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated the twelfth day of January, A. D. 1892, and recorded among the land records of the District of Columbia. Liber 1650, folio 197 et seq., and at the request of the holder of the notes secured thereby, we will offer, at public auction. In front of the premises, on MONDAY. THE TWELFTH DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. 1901, AT FIFTEENT MINUTES PAST FOI R O CLOCK P.M.. the following described prolierty, situate in the city of Washington, District of Co lumbia, to wit: All that certain piece or parcel of land ana premises, known atd distinguished a9 and being lot numbered forty-eight (48? in Barr and Sanner's subdivision of lot numbered thirty (3o| of Pacific I*. Mullett's sulidlvlsion In square num bered fourteen (141. *s said Barr Hnd Sanner's sub division is duly recorded in Book No. 19, page 8, of the records of the surveyor's office of the Dis trict of Columbia; together with the impsovemeuta thereon. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid In cash, and the balance to Im> paid in three equal Installments, resj>ectively. in one, two and three years, secured by a deed of trust upon the property sold, with Interest, payable semi annually. at th>* rate of live j>er cent per annum, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A de posit of $200 will l>e required at time of sale. Sale to be closed-In fiftee.. days from day of sale; other, wise the projierty will be resold at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, after five days' advertisement in some newspai>er published In Washington city. D. C. Couveyancing ijiid revenue at the cost of purchaser. 1XIUIS D. WINE, CLARENCE B. RHEEM. JySl-d&ds Trustees. DUNCANSON BROS., AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OF A HANDSOME THREE STORY AND CELLAR BHICK AND STONB DWELLING ON COLUMBIA HEIGHTS, KNOWN AS PREMISES NO. 1372 HARVARD STREET. By virtue of a certain deed of tnist, dated the 16th day of January. A.D. 1895, and recorded in Liber 19H4, folio 263 et seq., one of the land rec ords of the District of Columbia, and at the re quest of the holder of the notes secured thereby, we will offer at public auction, in front of the premises, on MONDAY. THE TWELFTH DAY OB* AUGUST. A.D. 1901, AT FIVB O'CLOCK P.M., the following described pnqierty, situate in the county of Washington. District of Columbia, to wit: All mat certain piece or parcel of land and premises, known and distinguished as and beinf lot numtiered forty-two (42) of Barr and Sanner'i subdivision of lots ton. eleven and twelve, in block numbered thirty-three (33i of John Sherman, trus tee's, subdivision of land now known as "Columbia Heights," as said Barr and Sanner's subdivision le recorded In County Book No. 9, page 129. of the records of the surveyor's office or the District of Columbia, together with the Improvements thereon. Terms of sale: One-third of the purdiase money to lie paid In cash and the balance to lie paid in three equal Installments, respectively, in one, two and three years, secured by a deed of trust upon the property sold, with Interest, payable semi-an nually, at*the rate cf five iter cent per annum, of all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of |200 will be required at time of sale. Sale to be closed in fifteen days from day of sale: other wise the property will be resold at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, After five days' advertisement in some newspaper published 1q Washington city, D. C. Conveyancing and revenue stamps at the cost of purchaser. LOUIS D. WINE, CLARENCE B. RHEEM.