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SUBURBAN PROPERTY.
FOR SALE.
GRAND LABOR DAY OPENING.
MONDAY. SEPTEMBER ?!.
$17.". IN PRIZES.
FRKK It K I ISESIIMENTS
AND HAND CONCERT.
TELL YOI R FRIENDS Til I'OME
WITH YOI'.
REMKM RKK THE DATE.
ROVES PARK.
1STII ST. AND R. I. AVE. N.E.
I>1 SI NESS OFFICES. Ml NSEY RI.DO.
:: ::t.2~>
oM; OF Till" FINEST ESTATES ON THE
Gnat I "nil- and OM l? million electric.
onlv si-no per am
*, :: :tt? Address FAIRVIEW MfUM. V?.
8KVFR \L ; n'l S, c \ PITol. IIEIGI ITS, AID.,
fur Mir cheap. Iddrew F."\ 252. Star ..fflcc.
ir YOE ARK INTERESTED in I'ROPERTY.
COINTRA OK Rl RR\N. ro I*I ^ OR HELL.
SEE I's OK SEND FOR RFLLETIN.
MARION Dl'CKETT SoN. (Ill F N.W.
*c3-i)vt.4
r. ACRES.AND DWELLING CHEAP.
Five acres <>f gi >? "I land. ail > I1 ared; southern
ex|*?sure, Iil^li elevation; tin*' spring. -.haile.
pan! .'-room duelling. large i>?>r?-li; T I'.iD -1 from
city; one half wile from electric cars; *1.80U:
$1IH> dov> 'i.
MARION Dl'CKETT \ SON.
se3-4t,12 #11 - n "?
FOR SAI.lv-l.AI KE!.. AID FIVE MINFTES
walk to station; beautiful dwelling of li.
rooms, bath lavatorv eelLir and attjc; furnace
heat; everj nuHlvm convenience; ?> acres of
land, with tenant house of ?? room-, barn. ' r
riage house, poultry Icni*1' ami other outbuild
ings; shade Mini fruit trwn Oti? of the hand- j
finest h?>mi-s in this section. Will sacr'-tic*-.
HARRY A. WAGSTAFF. W4 14th n? j
FINE SFMDIVISION '! MILES FROM DISTRICT
line anil 1?? minutes' ??< 1 k from Baltimore and >
Annapo'N I! K. : price only -*1'MI (hi acre. A
M DFCKETT. charge Turin Dept.
NEW" YORK REAL ESTATE BROKERS. 14?. !?.
sel-.1t
11 ACRES \vTtThn HALF MILE LANDOVER,
>frl.; improved l>y elegant *i-rooni home, out
buildings. fruit; tine \>ater: priee. $4.0ta);
terms. A M Dl'CKETT. charge Farm Dept.
NEW YORK REAL ESTATE BROKERS. 1423 F.
scl-.lt
FOR SALK~"sFBl'RBAN FINE MODERN SI R
urban home: handsome cabinct mantels.
l:*rge light rooms; porches anil shade. rhi*
projiertj is well local?*tl in the District, lias
a large variety <>f fruit, good stable and tie
price is t.nlj
sel-.ll C. A. RHODES. 1321 c st. n.w.
LA ROE LOTS AT I! YATTSV1M.I'. AID.. WITH I
line natural shade, tun squares from electric
anil -t am cars. on Baltimore blvd.. fur sale j
for $2<>0 and .*2-V>. <>n monthly terms. Secure
a home in this ideat place.
CHAS. AY. INGALLS. Hyattsville. Mi.
jr;t IHlt. f
KEMI.WORTH. I? C. 7 ROOM COTTAGE. IN
good condition: large shed: deep lot: jr?jo.| 1
uafer: vines and shade: one fare: $2."00: $.>0.ii
cash, or $l.N".n cash. Address Box 193. Starotfice. j
10.11-71 '
FOR SALE SIX-ROOM DOI'RLE WEATHER-!
I.oanleil cottage; modem bath: furnace, coal!
:iml cms ranges; concrete cellar under entir" j
house: gas and electricity: lot either ."V0x13T
1$."..lorn or imi\ 1:17 t$.'5,st>0i. one minute from
i-ar. with concret*? walk; ".'Ith and Newton sts.,
Mi'unt Rainier. Md.
FRANK J STRYKER.
I02-". Florida avenue n.e.
au:'/'-71
^or~s7\Te~
BROKERS AND INVESTORS. ATTENTION!
2',i acres near lf:tli st. extended, within 2 |
squares of the city; a beautiful hill covered
with natural forest shade; 5K2 feet street
frontago. Fashionable ltitli st. is now lieing
extended tbrotisii this locality, and it is pri
l*>sed to extend the car line now at 17th and
Park road through this locality to connect with
the public playground* in Rook Creek Park.
You can readily see what effect these not.1 til''
improvements will have on value in this sec
tion. Buy before (not after* tin- improvement^
are made if you wish to receive the increased
value. OWNER. 412 Colorado bids, offl-e
hours. 1 to 5 p.m. daily. au28-7t
CHEVY CHASE.
THE "SFBL'RB BEAFTIELL" OF WASHING
TON.
No other part of the District of Columbia can !
compare with it for either the present or th* !
future.
A pnrchase there constitutes both an Invest- ,
ment and a speculation, as values there MI'ST !
advance. Highest point on Connect'ent ate.. .
with its resultant cool breezes an 1 healthful1
air. The approach is ?ood, and always will be. ?
Car service Is excellent. There are church. 1
aehool and stor.> facilities, water, sewer, iras. j
electric lights. telephones. macadamised 1
streets, granolithic sidewalks, shade trees. 1
parking, etc.
Prices ranging from 2Rc t>er sq. ft. to 42c i
per sq. ft., according to location Eighteen |
housi-8 costing about $100.00(1 now in courae of ,
construction and plans are being prepared for!
as many more.
For plats, prices and particulars see
THOS. J. FISHER & CO. (Inc.).
738 15th st n.w.
Phone M. 6830. After S p.m. call Main 6716-Y
ap21-tf
NEAR fONN. AVE. CARS: OWNER WILL SAC
riflce 7 acres; modem house; fruit, shade, lawn,
hedge, etc.; improvements are worth $5.!W?:
price. $7,800. If you don't buy this place w*
hoth los- money. "V. G. B.." Chevjr Chase. Md
aul?-S0t,8
FOR" SALE K!NKST~i7oTS 1 N TA~KOMA PARK:
rear electric and steam car lines; water, sewer
and gas: cheap; on easy terms. J. P. EAR
NEST. Trustee 323 4U. st. n.w. apl-tf
FOR SALE ? REDFFED TO EASY
terms: new 7-room h?nse. Woodside. Md.. Ave
miles north of citv; near school, churches and
electric cars: lot 7I?x200; m<>d?-rn conveniences;
sanitary sewage system: shade; garden. Ap
PlT owner. Dr. CALDWELL, next door.
teii-tf 6
COLORED- PEOPLE Bt'Y ~\ LOT AT SOI'TH
KENILWORTH. D. and have vour hons?
Imllt on monthlv installment plan. Apply BER
NARD G. BROWN. C27 Colorado building.
apl4-tf
FOR RE\T.
FOR RENT SFBFR BA N HOME; OPPOSITE
Villa Flora Club. ?WS56 Georgia ave. n.w.: ren:,
S20 50 p-r uio. Apply E W AlcINTlRE. 224
st. n.w.. side entrani-e. between 0 and 12
mornings. <>r phone Main !V"fi7 during srune
hcurs. an31-6t
wasted!
AVANTEI> ONE TO FIVE A**RES. WITH EUJHT
or ten r?>m h"iiv-: stato s;z<-. bwation and
price. Address p..ix isj. star oflu-*-. se2-3t*
FARMS.
FOR SALE FARM I'iiR COLORED MAN: 1
acres on ChesajH'ake Bench road near PatUMcnt
river; .Yroom house. "J tobacco barns: 2."> i; res
in tine timber, balance fertile, eleared land.
Price. $2.i;EO. Y. WORTHIN?:TON. Ulu
1! n.w. so2 :;t
FOR SALE !t ACRES AT FALLS CHI RlTI: 1J
r?H?m house; lar^e bam: tine condition n<-:> "
steam and electric road*; might aei-ept nearby
suburban cottac as nan pay. Price, Ji;.!H?i.
?;EO. V WORTIIINOTON. ltl(i(i n.w. se2 ::t
COUNTRY BOARD
PRIVATE COTTAGE AT MONTEREV. PA
board from $7 i<- -*s a we.-u. all through
October. Address Box l.YT. Blue Ridge Sum
mit. Pa. se3-3t*
"SHERWOOD," EASTERN SIIORE.
Open until Oct 15: fishing, floating, bathing,
artesian water anil daily mail: $"> per we'-k. Ad
w. H P BRYAN. Madison. Md.
an27 f.s!. Su lit?
FRl'lT FARM RIGHT ON THE CIIFSAPKAKE;
-slt-ws*er ii.ith!v.. ' >:ins. _????! ? 1
l.ie; nb-asant rooms: ?*'? per ?i.-k .1 V. IIAR j
RIN'GTON. Fairbank, T:;!bot Co.. Md.
aii2<> f.sa.Su.l't* 4
QOULDMAN'S.
OPEN I NTH.
f.CToBER 1
On Potomac. miles from Colonial Beach;
bathing. Uniting, tishing. fn-- . $?> ? ?er week.
Airy rooms; g.?id table: large shadv porches.
R. II GOI.LDMAN. Wilkersons 1'. O.. Va.
aiilS-20t.?>
SAN Dl GAN, IN CATOCT1N MOUNTAIN. 3Vb
miles from Frederick; far views; spacious
verandas; phone bath; table furnished fresh
from farm Mrs. RISER. Box 97. Frederick. Md.
.??St; 4
' ^SUMMER "RESORTS.
ATLANTIC CITY. X. J.
NEW PRINCESS HOTEL
(Flreproofi. b'lilt of brl>-k. stone aid steel. South
Carolina ave and Beai-h. Atlantl-- City. N .1.
Near piers and attraction!*. Liberal management.
Capacity. 4oo guests; loo riMims with bath, sin
gle. i'U *itiite. Spacious piazza- Elevator. Ex
cellent table. White service. Orchestra. Terms;
American plan. to $l.YiM> weckh-; $2.imi to
$;{ 00 dailv Spc. !al Septembei- and tauiiiv rate>.
%BSOLCTELY THE FINEST HOTEI> AND I>?
CATION FOR THE PRICE. Write f 1 lit. rat ire.
au2S-7t,14 C. E. (OPE. Prop.
Hotel DeviSle,
Kentucky ave. and t'te Beach. Oi?'n all Use year.
Capacity. 33". Thoroughly and modernly ap
tioiuted* R-s>nis slngi-- or en suite, with privai??
lei t lis; clevatm- to street lei el: e\t.-ns.vi porches:
? I client in table and service. Sp.clal Septem
ber and fail rates. <10 up weekly. $2 un d.il'y.
Write for l>ooklet. J. I'. G1BEHSON.
NOTKT) FOR ITS TABLE.
MILLER COTTAGE,
a to 15 N. Georgia ave.
(Capacity. 250.)
DANCEROOM. MUSIC.
*L*CTRIC LIGHTED THROFGHOCT.
*1.25 dally, $7 weekly and up.
Special September rates.
__1-* V L. NIXON.
an4-.KM.lf HEI> 30 YEARS
TABOR INN,
? ? ?wii\ Connecticut ave. and
SUMMER RESORTS.
ATLANTIC CITY. W. J.
Entrance from Iteach. Bathing from house.
Hot and cold rnnniug water in rooms.
LEXINCTON
Pacific and Arkansas a vs.: 100 yards from beach
and 111111 ititi-<S>>1 Ixr pier. Free use of bathhouse*
for snrf hathinc. 1'nbUc mill private bath*.
Choice table supplied from own farm and dairy.
Whit': service. Music. $>" to SI.", weekly. $1,50
to dailr. Booklet. PAUL A. ROSECRANS.
nu27 14 r. 1.:
THE WILTSHIRE.
Open all year. Virginia nve.. overlooking ocean,
rapacity. .'!'?<>; elcator: steam lieat; suites with
bath anil every convenience: best cuisine and
service; mush . Special, $" 50 up ilailv. $12.."?0
up weekly, lt/okict. SAMI'EL I>. ELLIS,
self-1 11.7
The Albemarle,
Vlrcinia ave. near Boardwalk and piers; 10O
large. cool front rooms, all metal beds. Private
and public baths. Elevator*. 4.000 ft. wide, c.iol
porches No better table anywhere, supplied
direct from own farms and dairies: white serv
ice. Music. Special rates. $>>, $1" $11!..">0. $1.1
up weekly, .<2 up daily. Booklet. J. P. COPE.
se2-~t. 1<>
Hotel Stanley, !;r.\c"?"rtVX
'(pen all year. Service unexcelled. Special low
rales for September. P. & M T. CI KUAN.
xel-.HOt. ?
MOTEL NEW ENGLAND
S. Car. ave. and Beach; private baths; e'evator to
street; sun parlor; capacltv, superior table;
open :;!! the year. BRYAN & WILLIAMS,
set -l.lt. 5
Atlantic Citv. V
J. Whole block
* ocean frent. i'a
pacify. ."00; hot and cold sea wafer baths; spa
cious porches overlook ocean and Boardwalk;
(?r-hestra. Special September and October rales.
$12..~>" un weekly; American plan. Booklet. Elec
tric coach meets trains.
an::o Tt.lO I>. P. RAI1TEB. Manager.
Michigan ave. Home com
vmvy^illl, forts. Cotd rooms. ?i.ro.l table.
$1.25 up daily: $i up weekly. Open all year.
au28-30t.4 F. C. WARBURTON.
Hotel Derarais,
Situated directly on the ocean front: surrounded
by Its own spacious lawn, which joins the bea^b
and Boardwalk. Most liberally appointed and
liberally conducted hotel on the New Jersey
coast. WALTER J. BUSBY,
?ml- 2-tt.eSu 10
CHESTER INN, STr ?Jh
8'a n2?J-Wt14'M"' KIPra,0r" Mrsd< P.,0KN \PFU
Hotel Stsckney,
Elevator to street level. Private baths. Evening
dinner. Electric lights. Fireproof. $2 to $:> daily,
$10 to $15 weekly. L. V. STICKNEV.
au23-30t.5
Seaside House,
DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN FRONT.
Sea water batlis. open all the vear.
m22 .xot-ii F. P. COOK'S SONS.
Frorotearac, Suc^.achave'As1(^"?
the best. Capacity, 250: new: homelike; eleva
tor. baths: phones; excellent table; white ser*'- ,
ice: Oct u 11 rooms: metal beds: larg, coil porcbe*
overlook ocean. Special. $*> up weekly: *1.50 up
dai'r Sat. to Mon., $!?.? Booklet. W. F. WATTS.
n:i5-30t,7
Hotel Sot he inn, ?hla rL 3To
steel pier: best location; capacity, 2"0; elevator;'
private baths: fine porches, etc. Special Sept.
rates. $IO up weekly. G. L. CAKE.
ait22 30t
If Going to Atlantic City
New York, I'll Ha. or Wash., D. C., send 2 cents
postage for 80-page illtis. Standard Guide, de
scribing hotels, with rates, city maps and all
attractions. Invaluable. Sent only by Atlantic
City FREE INFORMATION BUREAU. P.n\ SB5.
Atlantic Citv. N. J. au2t-14t,S
Tenn. ave. and Beach. First
J l KJtJvJ'i. L iSll, hotel from Boardwalk. Mori i
ern famllv hotel. Unexcelled table. S|iecial ;
fall rates. Booklet. G. W. CARMANY. I
au20-.'l0t.4 I
Raleigh
St. Charles pi. and the j
Beach. 200 laree. airy ;
9 roo ns, elegantly fur- '
Dished, most with ocean v ew; private baths, i
elevator, etc.; large porches facing the ocean; i
'?tiisine and service famed for their excellence, j
Special fall rates, $12.50 up weekly. Booklet. [
Vnto at station. H. J. DYNES. '
au" -30t,8
Hotel! Shorsihamn!, vSiam.'
Elevator. Private bath?. Open surroundines.
S2 up daily, $10 up weekly. Booklet upon ap
plication W. B. GOTTEN.
nn2O-.T0t.5 4
Maryland ave. overlooking Board
llli^llll, walk; exclusive location; capacity.
250; table and service unexcelled. Special rates
for September. Booklet. E. A. BUCKMAN.
anl?-30t.4
Hotel Iroquois,
Ocean crd So. Carolina ave.; close piers and all
attractions; capacity, 400: elevator; private
Icitlis; orchestra, etc.; white service. Special,
$12.50 up weekly. Special September rates.
Always open. Booklet. W. F. SHAW.
aul*-30t.8
THE LOCK HART, OCEAN AVE. AND BOARD
walk. Fireproof. Elevator; private baths, etc.;
ocean-view bedrooms; dining room on top floor.
Capacity. 250. Booklet. E. LOCK1I ART.
JvlHCOt. 4
GALEN HALL,
Hotel sind Sanatorium,
AtHasitse Caty, No J?,
With its elegant c. tnfort and superior table and
service, is an ideal place for a long or short stay.
F. L. YOUNO. General Manager.
Information at Mr. Foster's, 14th st. opposite
Wizard's. aul2.10t.12
Special rates for September.
Hotel Boirtoini9l,;r,v^r?;IJpI?^:^
Homelike. E. B. VOORHEES, Owner and Prop.
?i u22 .S0t-4
SILVERS1DE, ?.a.
the piers. Table and terv'ce unsurpassed
airv rooms: newly furnished. Very reasonable.
Je25-75t.4 A. H HURFF.
Berkshire Inn, -0'""' s"ye#r
I
9 Ocean end Va. ave '
$2 up dailv: $&. $10. $12.50. $15 weekly; private :
batlis; cool looms, with running water: cap.. 300; j
elevator to street. J. O. & J. E. DICKINSON.
feu-tf.r.
ICDANriS Michigan ave. near Beach. I
- N 11 $1.25 dally. S.S up weekly j
ExceUent service. A. COOGAN, Proprietor.
M COOGAJL Manager. jyll-60t,4 i
Hotel Boscotoel,
Kentucky a v e..
'at Beach. Baths,
elevator, fine table. Write for special rates,
booklet, menu and souvenir pencil.
21st season. Capacity. 3.10. A. E. MARION.
aoJt .10t. 5
HOTEL MERION,
Bri.k; 1 SO ocean view rooms; elevator; vrivate
b.nlis. running water in rooms: white service.
Special. $10 up weekly. C. B. PRETTYMAN.
it 1:5 ::ot.5
CAPE MAY. X. J.
The Star Villa,
-maasBss:
OorHn City, Md.
NEW AVAI.ON OPEN THE YEA It ABOUND;
special rates f'>r families; large, airy rooms:
bathroom, with shower bath attached. Mrs.
K c. HASTINGS. Ocean City. Md. an26 14t
\!T VKR\*()N ? ?Cfan CITY. MD.
I - v I - v ' ? A11 Modern Improvements.
Private baths. Special rates for September.
aii23 S0t.4 .1. 1>. SHOWELI.. Prop.
The DemmiES, o?dk;imwV-li. Tawe
first class. Reduced rates for September. Apply to
au22 Ht.4 Mrs. R. .1 DENNIS.
VIRCIN1A.
T11F BLUE RllHiE INN.
In the Blue Kiilge nit^.. 5s miles from Washing,
ton. l> C. < ine mile from Bluemont. Va. Special
rates for Sept. For further intoriiiation address
W A MORTON. Deinonet P. O.. Clarke Co.. Va.
se:t 7t .5
ORKNEY SPRINGS. VIRGINIA.
HOTEL AND BATHS.
In the mountains; elevation 2.300 ft.; seve*
different mineral waters free to guests; beautiful
scenery: pleasant people; good table; orchestra;
capacity. 750. Rate- one-half similar resorts.
Book'et. H. C. CARTER. Prop. W. E. FAIR.
FIELD. Mgr Jytt-fiOt
? north HILL."
CASTLE MANS FERRY. VA.
00 ml. from Wash, via Bluemont; valler. mt
and water scenery: shaded grounds and drives;
fishing, boating, swimming: spring beds: no
children: dally mill. R.F.D.: telephone; good
fare: fresh meats, mtlk. fruits, fowls: $7 per
wk till Nov.; circular Star office, r.r MAURICS
CASTLEMAN. Castiemans Ferry. Clarke Co.,Va."
JelO-aOt.8
WEST VIRGINIA.
Hii i TOP HOUSE. AMONG THE MOUI*.
tains of West Virginia. 50 miles from Wash
ington mam dally trains; good table: artesian
water. Send for booklet. T. S. I/)VETT,
Harpers Ferry. W. Va. myl?-tf
MOUNTAIN BOARD.
THE AVAI.ON. IN CATOCTINE MOUNTAINS:
altitude, 1.200 ft. Pure air. good water. All
modern '-?nvetiienres *nd no mosquito?. Fof
terms address Mrs. THOS. H. MYERS. Brad
dock Heights, Frederick Co., Md. Je7-80t,5
AUCTION SALES.
THIS AFTKKNOON.
VALUABLE FUAMK DWELLING ON CAPITOL
HILL. NO. 321 II STREET NORTHEAST. To
BE SOLD AT AUCTION.
By virtue of authority vested in us by all
parties in Interest, we will sell at public auction
in front of the premises on FRIDAY. SEPTEM
RER THIRD. 18C.9. AT FIVE O'CLOCK I'M..
part of lot 14. square 7*S. This property is
well situated near Capitol. Library and new
Union Station. Lot 20x ?"> with 20-foot rear
alley.
Terms: Sold subject to deed of trust for fl.SflO.
Balance over said trust, cash. $100 deposit.
Terms to l>e complied with within ten days or
deposit forfeited.
THOS. J. OWEN * SON. Auctioneers.
au2S-dAds.exSu I.'t3l O st. n.w.
TOMORROW.
C. G. SLOAN fc CO.. INC.. AIXTS.. 1407 G ST.
FIRST FALL SALE OF IIOFSEHOLD AND
OFFICE FURNITURE FROM A FINK RESI
DENCE ON MASS. AVE., A LARGE STOR
AGE CO., A DEALER RETIRING FROM
BUSINESS. ETC.; ALL To BE SOLD
AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION WITHIN" OUR
ROOMS, 1407 G ST . SATURDAY. SEPTEM
BER FOURTH. 1?09, AT TEN A.M.
A Magnificent, Massive Quartered oak Minor
back Sideboard, cost $45?>: Cabinets. Fine
Single and Double Brass Bedsteads. Mahog
any, Oak and Walnut Bureaus and Wash
stands, Chiffoniers. Folding Beds. Canton
Easy Chairs. Fine Pictures. Ornaments, Brie
u-brac. Large <Viffee Urn. Etegere, Conches,
Onyx Tables. Lamps, Typewriter Desk. Flat
and Roll Top D?*sks, Cash Register, Type
writers. Clocks, Trunks, Parlor Sets and oilU
pieces, Oak Sets. Fancy Iron Bedstead-, Mat
tresses. Springs. Pillows, Bedding, Hangings,
Toil.-t Sets. odd Chairs. Tables and Itockcrs.
Ranges, stoves. Refrigerators. ' rookery
and Class. Dig and Cat Crate*. lot R"gs,
contents of a stationery store, .leweirj'. Mir
rors. Ext. Tables, Sideboards. Dining Chairs.
China closets. Mmtiuics. Carpets, Baby Car
riages. lot Kiiickkuacks. Kiti-hen Goods, etc.
A\D AT TWELVE M .
Ilorse. Harness, Vehicles, Saddles, Bridles, etc.
Terms cash.
se2 2t.42 C. G. SLOAN & CO.. Inc.. A nets.
ADAM A. WKsV HLE1t. ACCTIO\TTe1L
Household and Office Furniture
Upright Piano, National Cas'i
Registers, Moving Picture Ma
chine. by Public Auction at M\
Salesrooms, qjo Pa. Ave. NAY.,
Saturday, September 4, Com
mencing at
5>:30 A.M.,
Including Upright Piano. Handsome AII-It rasa
Bedsteads. Oak Dressers. Bedroom Suites. Mat
tresses, I ..ace Curtains. Enamel Beds, lire Fend
er and Set, Chiffoniers. Hall Racks; Sideboards.
Extension Tables. Dining Room Chairs. Couches,
National Total-adder Cash Register, M:intel and
Cabinet, Sewlni; Machine. New Guns. P> .okcase-.
Roll-top Desk. Mirrors. Pictures. Iron Safe.
Stoves, Carpets. Moving Picture Machine, etc.
At 12 O'Clock X0011,
Horses, Surries, Runabouts,
Carriages. Wagons, Harness,
Etc.
Terms cash. ADAM A. WESCHLKR. Auct.
se2-i!t
C. G. SLOAN CO.. Inc., AUCTS. 1407 G ST.
STORAGE GOODS AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Notice is hereby given that there will be sold
at Sloan's Auction R Kims, 1407 <1 street north
west. Washington, D C.. on SATURDAY, THE
FOI RT1I DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 1W3. AT TEN
O'CLOCK A.M.. for storage due and unpaid, two
trunks and contents stored with u^ in the naite
of Mrs. J. W. Palmer. Terms cash.
BAI M S FURNITURE SHOP.
2004 14th street northw-st.
au2K-dts,exSu Washington, D. C.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN--SATl'RI? A\
SEPTEMBER FOURTH. TWELVE O'CLOCK '
NOON. 1 will sell, at Weschler's auction ro'teg.
920 Pa. ave. n.w., one Platform Wagon to pay I
charge-. JOHN THORNTON, 4.'12 2d st s.w.
auZR-ftt.eSti
FIITIRE DAYS.
WILSON te MAYERS. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO-STORY l'RAMU
DWELLING HOUSE NO. 1??2!? 11TH ST. N W
By \irr.ie of two certain d 'ed- of trust, record
ed. respective!v. In Liber No. SOS,, a: folio 4"
and Liber No. 3122, at folio 173. of the land r?.
ords <^f the District of Columbia, and at the re
quest of the parties secnreil thereby, the ttiidet
signed trustees will sell at public auction in;
front of the premises, on \\ El INE>I)A V s EI
TEMBER FIFTEENTH. lJKHt. AT FIVE 0? l,o< K
P.M.. th- following descrllnd land and premis
situate. 1 ving and b-lng in the city of \\ ashim-1
t"n. District of Columbia, and distinguished a-'
lot numbered eighteen ilSi in William
nell s subdivision of lots in souare numbered .W3.
as per plat recorded in Liber \\ . 1 .. at folio
one of th" records of the surveyor's office of th"
District of Columbia. , , , ,
Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance in on.>
and two vears. with interest at si' per ^entum
per annum from day of sale, secured by d-ed or
| trust upoli the property ?. sold, or all cart, at
1 the option of the purchaser. A deposit of JHH
will be required at the time of the sale. All con
vcyaiicing. recording, etc.. at the P">nhasers
| cost. Terms of sab- to lie complied with within
: fifteen 1151 days from the day of sale, otherwla
1 th?* property ^ ill !??' n solil at th<* risk an<1 ,,o?tl
I of the defaulting purchaser, after five days afl
I vertisement of such resal- in some newspaper
I published in the city of Washington. District of|
Columbia. \yALTER R WILCOX. Trustee.
1420 F st. n w.
GEORGE F. HANE. Trustee.
se.l-d&ds.eSu _ 1420 F st. n.w.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
CH VNCF.RY . SALE OF THREE FRAME
DWELLINGS. NOS. US. Ill AND 120 CEN
TRAL AVENUE. IVY CITY, D. C.
Bv virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court
of the District of Columbia, passed in Equity
cause No. 2K40K. we. the undersigned trustees
will sell at public auction. In front of the prem
ises. on THURSDAY. THE NINTH DAY OF
SEPTEMBER. A D. P.s>!'. AT FIVE O'CLOCK
P.M., the following-described land and premises,
situate In the county of Washington, in the Dis
trict of Columbia, and designated as and being
lot numbered nine (ft) in square WH. and both
halves of lot numbered thirty-one C.l ? in square
4o47, together with the improvements thereon.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, tlie balance in
two equal installments, payable in one and two
years, with Interest at six per centum per an
num,' pavab'.e semi-annually, from day of sale.
M-cnred bv deed of trust upon the property sold,
or all cash. A de]>osit of $50 on each house re
quired at the time of sale. All conveyancing,
recording, etc., at the cost of the purchaser.
Terms of sale to be complied with within fifteen
davs from dav of sale, otherwise the trustees
reserve the right to resell the property at the
risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, afj'r
five days' advertisement of such resale in Tin
Evening Star, u newspaper published In the city
of Washington, D. C. ,v.
ABNER II. FERGUSON.
No. 011 14th st. n.w ,
It NEWTON I?ON AI.DSON.
McC.il! bldg., "J0H G y. n.w.,
!> u27-d&ds. eSn&se6 * Trustees
" ADAM A. WESCilLER. AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ES
TATE KNOWN AS 3311 FIFIEENTH STREET
SOUTHEAST. . . I
Bv virtue of a certain deed of trust duly 'p- j
corded in Liber No 2H07. folio 2?50 et seq.. < f j
the land l-ecords of the District of < oliimbia |
and at the request of the party secured thereby, j
we. the undersigned trustees, will sell at pub- ,
lie auction in front of the premises on r KIl'A l. |
THE TENTH DAY OF SEITEMBER A. D. 19o.<.
\T FIVE O'CLOCK P. M . the following de
s ribed land and premises, situate in the city ?
Washington, in the District of Colntnbla, ann
designated as and being lot numbered fertv on
i4!? in .1. Edward Fowl r's subdivision in -q.iar
tiunibt*red t?*n hun?!n??l and s xty-on** ,
the ?-ity of Was iitigton. District of uumbia
as per plat recor<l<"d in h'??k 2'?. page :i.i, in tie
olll the surveyor lor said Disiriet. togeinei
with the improvements. . ousisting of a two-;
stoiy atid celiat bay-window brick liouse.
Terms of sale: On' thiid of the purchase money
to be p:ilil In cash and the balance in two eq'in 1
installments, payable in one and two y?-ars. with
interest at six per centum per annum, payable
semi annually, from day of sale, secured bj deed
of trust upon the property sold, or all ' ash. at ;
| the option of ttie purchaser. \ deposit of #100
will be required of the purchaser at the time
of sale. Ail conveyancing, recording anil no
tarial fees at the cost of the purchaser. Ter:iis
of sale to be complied with within fifteen days
from day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserv I
the right to resell the property at the risk and j
cost of the defaulting purchaser, after five days'
advertisement of such resale in some newspaper
published in the city of Washington. I). C.
II. BRADLEY DVYIDSON,
LUTHER S. FRISTOF
au2H-dAdsexSu&Sei>? Trust.^?s.
I TRUSTEE'S SALE OF LEAUTTfUL'" CoRNE'iT
HOUSE (WITH STABLE). NO. 152:* GALES
ST. N.E.
Bv authority of a deed of trust to me I will
I sell on WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER EIGHTH.
! l'.tO'.t, AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. in front of the
! premises, the liou.-e and lot No. iri2il Gales St.
i n.e. The property Is one square from the II st.
1 car line, faces tiorth on a well paved street, has
i side yard and most attractive surroundings.
House" of six rooms, large concreted cellar, w ith
I all modern improvements; well lighted; stable
! for sev? ra 1 lurses.
| Terms: $1,200 cash, of which ?loo must be
paid at time of sale; balance In one and two
I years, with six i>er cent interest, to be secured
| bv deed of trust. Conveyancing at purchaser's
| cost. Terms to be complied with In fifteen days
or the property will be resold.
A. A. BIRNEY. Trustee.
?02 11th st. n.w.
THOS. J. OWEN & SON. Auctioneers.
au-"-l&dts
| THUS. J. OWEN A SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF LOT NEAR GOt?l?
HOPE, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
By virtue of a deed of trust dated March 2^?.
1M>7. and recorded In Liber -2oi?. folio 1. of
land records, we will sell at auction, at miihs
of Thomas J. Owen A Son. 1331 O st. n.w.. en
WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER EIGHTH. 1'hO.
AT TEN O'CLOCK A.M.. the parcel of ground
in the District of Columbia known as lot eleven
in Suit's subdivision knwn as "Gcmd Hope
Park." as recorded In Book County ?, page It;,
of the surveyor's office.
Terms of sale cash. I)e|H?sit of >.i0 at time of
sale. Conveyancing at cost of purchaser. i
J HOLDSWoRTII GORDON,
GORDON CORDON
(formerly (Jurdou Sow-*r?), Trustees. |
sel-dts
AUCTION SALES.
FlJTl'RK DAYS.
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
CHANCERY SALE OK VALUABLE IMPROVED!
REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of n decree of the Supreme Court of
the District <>f Columbia. passed in equity cause j
No. 28133. the undersigned trustee wl'l sell at '
public auction, in front of the premises. 011 I
FRIDAY. THE THIRD DAY OF SEPTEMBER.
A. D. lOfW. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. the fol
lowing de?crlt>ed real csta'e in the city of Wash
Ington. District of Calntnhia. to wit: Parts of;
lots 2S an<l 2:i in sijuare ."00. beginning at the j
southeast corner of lot CO. thence west alone |
si I ley 3:* feet S inches. thence north 21 feet,
thence cast 33 feet S inches, thence south 21
feet to beginning. together with the improve
i ments, consisting of frame bouse, four rooms.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, the balance In 1
ore and two years, with Interest at six per
centum per annum from day of sale, spcured t>y
deed of trust upon the property sold. <>r all
cash. A deposit of $100 remiircd at time of!
sale. All conveyancing, recording. etc.. at cost
of the purchaser. Terms of sale to he complied
with in fifteen days froui day of sale otherwise
the trustee reserves the right to resell the prop
erty. at the risk ami cost of th" defaulting pur
chaser. after five days' advertisement of such
resale In some newspaper published in the city
of Washlmrton D. C.
W. WALTON EDWARDS. Trustee.
au2.?-d&ds Equity, building.
j I "Till: ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED IN j
| TIL SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER ELEVENTH
! :it tli' saint- h??ur aim! |?1a?*e. by order of
th" tr*wtr?\
W. WALTON KDWAHDS, Trustee.
soI'.iIAiIh
THW. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
I ~
Vaflinalblle Busnmiess Prop>=
erty, Being- the 0mis-story
Brick Store No? 303 fil
Street N.W.,
At Auictaoinio
By virtue "f authority vested in the under
signed. we will sell at public auction In front
ef the premises, on TFESDAY. SEPTEMBER
SEVENTH. Hus.t. at FIVE O'CIjOCK P.M . lot
2 in square TC.v 1/ot 23.4x100 feet to a paved
alley, with the improvements.
Terms announced at time of sale. Conveyanc
ing. etc., at purchaser's cost. A deposit of $200
required upon acceptance of bid. Sal' to be
closed In ten days or d--posit forfeited,
sol dAiN.eSn THOS. .1. OWEN & SON. Aucts.
AI'UTION SALIC OF I N REDEEM EI > PLEDGES.
We will sell at public auction, at Steinem
Bros.' loan otlice. 1232 Pa. ave. n.w.. WEDNES
DAY. SEPTEMBER EIGHTH. 15H):). AT TEN
OTI.OC'K A.M. all unredeemed pledges on
which is due one year's Interest or more, con
sisting of Cold. Silver and Metal Watches. Dia
mond Rings. Stu Is. Earrings and other Diamond
Jewelry, Plain and Set Rings, Cold Chains.
Fobs. TutT Buttons, Opera Glasses, Silverware
and nun erous other articles. Sale to continue!
until all lots arc sold. TICKET HOLDERS I
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE.
STEINEM BROS.. Pawnbrokers.
WALTER li. WILLIAMS A CO.. Aucts.
fl II.'! 1 -71 .e.VlI
TKi STKES' SALE OF VAU ABLE PROPERTY,
NO. 040 i' STREET NORTHWEST.
By virtue or a certain deed of trust duly rc
rorded In Liber No. 3227. at folio L"i0 et soq..
| one of tlie land records of the District of Colum
bia. and at the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell ai
public auction, in front of the premises, on
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER TENTH. l'.iO'.t. AT
FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK P.M.. the following
described land and premises, situate in the city
of Washington. District of Columbia, and desig
nated as and being all of lot lettered "N" in
W. M. Pumphrey's subdivision of square num
bered three hundred and sixty-six ias per
plat recorded In Liber li. l>. P.. folio 121. of
the records of the office of the surveyor of the
District of Columbia.
Terms made known at time of sale.
THOMAS W. STUBBLEFIELD,
GARFIELD A. STREET.
. Trustees.
THOS. .1. OWEN & SON. Aucts.
au'ti.then w.f.m-tit in all
ADAM A. WKSCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
To Whom It May Concern:
Diamonds, \\ atclies. Jewelry.
Silverware, Revolvers, Gun?.
Draftsman Instruments, Opera
Glasses, Musical Instruments.
Kodaks, Typewriters, Suit
Ca>cs etc., by auction to pay
in*' i est charges, etc.
? ? i l l SDAY. SEPTEMBER SEVENTH, 190 ?.
COMMENCING XT TEN O'CLOCK A.M., I "ill
>>ell by imbll.' auction, within the salesrooms of
Adam A. Weschler. No. ;>20 Pa. a\e. n.w . all
pledger which are now due. All iwrtles inter
ested will ideast: take notice.
Terms i-ash. GEORGE D HORNING.
Broker, 9th and D sts. n.w.
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4:20 a.m. dally?Through coaches and sloping
car* to Jacksonville. T
8 SS p m dallv- Tbrongh sleeping cars to Jack
sonvl'le Fla.; Port Tampa Fla (for n??an?c,
Knight's Key. Fla (for Havana): Augusta Ga:
Charleston. S. C. and W1 inlnftoo V C.
Through roarhf*? to Jacksonville. LNEXChLL*
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OVLY LINK OPERATING THROUGH PULL
MAN CARS TO POINTS ON FLORIDA EAST
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OFFICE OF THE LINE 141f? NEW YORK AVE
NUE NORTHWEST. AND UNION STATION
OKO P JAMES P.P.A.. Wa-htngt..n, D C.
T C. WHITE. O P. A.. W. J CRAIG. PT.M..
Wilmington. N. C. _
BalltSinmore awdl Olhio R. R.
LK WE NEW FNIOS STATION.
ROYAL m.CE T.INE.
"FVERY OTHER HOfR ON THE r.DD HOPR""
TO PTIlLXDEi.PHI \ \ND NEW YORK
new terminal, 2-d street. new York.
?7 00 a.m. Diner. Pullman Parlor
|:?O0n.m. D'.ner and Pullman Parlor C?r.
111.00 a m Diner and Pullman Parlor C?r.
til no a.m. Observation Parlor r. lit.iir Train.
?1 00 p m. Dl^er and Pullman Parlor Car
?3.On i? m. "Royal Ltml'ed " Vll Pullman. 5 br.
t4 no p m. Coaches to Philadelphia.
?5 00 p.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor.
?N (>> p.m. Coa^he* to Npw Yfrk.
?1? 1ft n't Slppppra to Seir York.
?2 52 a m Slppp^rn to Phili. and New York.
ATLANTIC CITY. t7.00. ?a.00. U1.00 a.m..
? 1.09. *3.00 p.m.
TO BALTIMORE.
??EVERY HOPE ON THE HOTTR.~
<Wp?V day?, 7 no a.m. to 11.00 p.m.)
?2.52. tr. 00. t? 30. ?7 on. *7.20. tR.on. ?d.sn.
?0 00. t!) 30. tlO nn. *1100 a.m., *12 00 noon.
*12 05, *1.00. 11.15. +2 00. *3 00. t3 20, ?S.3f?.
t4.00, t4.4B. ?n.OO, f5 03, *5 50. tfl 00. *?.30,
t7 00. tS OO. *9.00. *10.00. *10.35. *11.30. *12.13
night.
WESTWARD.
CHICAGO. *1.27. *5.30 p.m.
CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS and LOC1SVILLB.
?9 10 n m . *4.05 p.m.. *12.40 night.
PITTSBURG. *9.10 a.m.. "1.27, *9.10 p.m..
?12.3n night.
CLEVELAND. ?*> 10 p.m.
COLUMBUS. ?5 30 p.m.
WHEELING. ?!>. 10 a.m . *5 30 p.m.
i WINCHESTER. t9 10 a.m., t4 05. tB OO p.m.
1 FREDERICK. t? 20. tl?.10. ?9.15 a m.. |1.30.
I *4.<>5. tS 45 p.m.
i HAGERSTOWN. I? 10 a.m., f5.00 p.m.
' ANNAPOLIS *7.30 tfi at a m . tl2.05 noon.
I''- "-0. ir. 30 and t6.00 p.m.
?Dally tET cept Sunday. fSunnar otilr.
TELEPHONES at all Of the following ticket
offices- 1417 G St. N'.R . Main 1*11: ?19 Pen
! svlvanla avp.. Main 27S: N>w Union Statlon
! Ticket Office. Main 7S80. Informatlou Bureau.
I Mate 73so.
LOAN COMPANIES.
Side Entrance on 9th S*t. Privaie Offli-es.
A Helping Hand.
Whenpvpr von jipp<1 nioncy you can always
count <>n jfp'ting it from Hornins. Larg<*
or small sums loanod ?n Dia
monds. Watches or Jewelry.
No publicity. Interest at th*
low rate of
Loans Made to Salaried People.
Hi GRNING, 9th O,
3
Northeast
Corner.
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MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE & OTH
er* upon their own notea. without security; easiest
terms; confidential. Knuwinc ones who have d>-alt
elsewhere e*-pertally invited My proposition will
please H. ELWOOt). Km.416. Jenifer bid*.. < & D.
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Loans
Maile on FURNITURE. PIANOS, TEAMS, etc..
in the District, in a few boars in any amount
from $10 to $300
?At the=?
Lowest Rates
Call, obone or write
POTOMAC GUARANTEE
LOAN CO.,
925 "F" Street N.W.
Second Floor. Singer Buildlaj.
Je30-tf.25 Phone M. 639.
RATES.
?Am ttmm. ?n naas.
FOfOMAS FiBASSiAL 61.
il
Orjanir.Pd for the purpose of loaning
monp* to those who cannot afford to pay
bi-h :at-s on FURNITURE. PIANOS.
TEAMS and to SALARIED EMPLOYES
j>i*iu cute without aecurity.
$o<>?12 ju'.'nthly installments of $5.90.
$100?12 monthly installments of $11.23.
POSITIVELY no other chargea.
Other amounts In -oportion.
FIRST PAYMENT MADE DUE TWO
MONTHS FROM DAY YOU GET THE
LOAN WITHOUT EXTRA COST.
We will uiuke you a lower rate than
auv one else, no matter what that rate Is.
provid n? yon a e GOOI' PAY. We are
caterius to the bitter class of business.
Other loan companies, etc.. paid off.
IFlU FiiSiA!;333AiL
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Rouois 2o at>l 21. Second floor Front.
I'kMde Main 4S9.
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If you are in need of money
Any amount, you can get It here Immediately.
H. K. Fulton's Loan Office
(ESTABLISHED 1670).
314 9TH ST. N. W.
Loans made on Watches. Diamonds. Jewelry.
ap8-tf,14 Gold. Silverware, etc.
^VACATION:
We will advance you what money yon need for
your vacation or any other purposp and you can
arrange to repav ub in smali and convenient
monthly payments, making your first payment
TWO MONTHS
from the day you get the loan, which will allow
you ample time to get on your feet attain after
you return. We make n" charge for thp pxtra
time. If you are remaining at home durins tb?
h-ated season because of the lack of ready
money call and talk, the matter over In one of
our private offices.
WE LOAN "IfTJ? PER
AT MONTH.
No other charges. Absolutely confidential.
Loans with other eompaniPs paid up and mor?
money advanced.
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THOMPSON BUILDING.. 703 15TH ST. N.W.
Next to Drug Store. Opp. Treasury.
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Money Loaned Salaried People
and others, without security; easy paymenta:
offices In 63 prlncipsl cities; save yourself
money by getting my terms first. D. H. TOtr
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GIRL'S LIFE OUT OF SCHOOL.
Evening Engagements ard Late
Hours Cause of Breakdown.
Prom Harper's Bazar.
The home has a double duty, that of a
wise understanding and supervision, not
only of the school life, but al.?o of the life
out of school. An experience of many
years in the teaching of girls has con
vinced the writer that a nervous break
down is generally tiie result not of too
much work, but of too little common
sense. Early hours, nutritious food a*
regular times, exercise in the open air.
abundance of fresh air and sunshine in
sleeping and living rooms, a limitation of
social engagments. are essential in the
case of growing girls, and their observ
ance means not only increased power for
work at the time and in the future, but
also increased happiness and zest in life.
The elementary and secondary school
years are years when capital is being ac
cumulated, capital of health, of capacity
for a sane and genuine enjoyment of life.
Not that It Is to be a time of drudgery,
devoid of pleasure. But the substitution
of evening engagements, late hours, and
indoor entertainments for the simpler
pleasures and. out-of-door sports of an
earlier generation, means making our
eirls old before their time and introduc
ing an element of nervous excitement into
life for which they must sometimes pay
the penalty.
LEESBUR6 FAIR, SECOND DAY
AWARDS OF PREMIUMS TO EX
HIBITORS OF HORSES.
Racing Schedule and the Winners
of Ribbons and Purses?Agri
cultural Products.
NjmvIhI CY>rrr-i<pon<Ien<-<> of The Sf.ir.
LEESBl RG. V i . September I'.fiO
Ail Immense crowd attended the second
day's exhibition of the Heavy Draf; and
A k ricult ural Association near I,ersbu:g
today. The .-vent- passed off .|uietly. with
no accidents to m.ir them.
One of the most important features to
day was the relay race by the track
team of Leesburg. Hernd<?n and Purcell
v" 'e- Jack Carpenter, who won the re -
I lay race in London, was the starter. The
Leesburg team, which was composed of P.
Jackson, T>eon Fry. K. Jackson and S.
? ?re<>n. won In the time of 7 minutes
seconds. The course was one and three
fifth miles
The prizes-' in the heavy draft classes
were as follows:
i lass 13?Rest mare or gelding, four
years old or over. First, Pet. C E.
Norman, Purceliville. Va.: second'. Name
less. F. M. Love. Pnrcellville; third. Sallie,
H. H. Edmonson. Leesburg. Va.
< ass 1 :t? I?est mare or gelding, three
years old. First. M H Whit more. Ix-.s
burg. Va.; second. Star. W. C. Galleher,
T^eesburg; third, Dolly, W. L. Simpson.
Purceliville. Va.
(.lass li Best mare or gelding, two
years old. First, K. R. White. I^eesburg;
second. Lucy. W. L. Simpson. Purceliville;
third. Lavener. C. E. Norman, Purceli
ville.
Class F.? Rest colt, one year old. First,
Nell, Rerkley Ward. Paeonian Springs,
Va.; second. Trixv, n. E. Rrown. Lees
burg; third. M. H. Whitmore, I.eesburg.
Class lit? Best brood mare. First. Pet,
C. E. Norman. Purceliville; second. H.
T. Harrison. Leetburg; third. W. L. Simp
son.
Class 21. best two-horse team?First, Pet
j and Trim, (V E. Norman; second, H. T.
Harrison; third, Hephart and Sallie, H.
II. Edmondson. #
Class 22. best mare or gelding shown
in^ harness?First, F. M. Ivove; second.
W. I,. Simpson, third. Diamond, J. P.
Slentz. Leesburg.
Special Premium.
E. R. White special, best colt of Cas
sius -First. R. L. Kidwell. I>"sburg. Va.;
second. H. W. Rurke, Lincoln, Va.; third,
G. C. Dulin, [jeesburg.
Class 17, best mare and foal?First,
Nell and foal. Rerkley Ward, Paeonian
; Springs; second. J. G. Dodd, Leesburg,
Va.; third, Doll and foal, R. L. Kidwell.
Class 18, best foal of 1009?First. K. R.
White; second, R. L. Kidwell; third, Dixie,
Rerkley Ward.
Best six-hors ? team?Firs; team M. II.
Whitmore; second team. S. C. Tillett,
Waterford.
H. C. Rogers special, best colt of Arti
san?First. F. M. Love; second, Mrs. E.
R. Hodge, Hamilton; third, R. E. Lowe,
Hamilton.
Thomas R. Smith special, best colt of
Pragon?First, W. T. Brown: second. J.
i M. Cole. Leesburg; third. H. L. Jenkins,
j No. 2? Best one or two-year-old. First,
I W. L. Simpson; second. Rose, c. E. Nor
man: third. Jack, Wildman and Havenner,
Leesburg.
C. J. J. MafTett special?Best colt of
Canoak. First. J. G. Everhart, Areola,
Va.; second, John Franklin.
Class 2.'*?Best three, colts, mares or
geld'ngs. three-year-oldh and under; coits
of same. First, E. B White; second. E.
B. White; tldrd. Berkley Ward. II. T.
Harrison.
Special?Best grade draft mare or geld
ing sired by horse owned in Loudoun
county. First. Pet.
Awards were also made in the agricul
tural classes.
Racing Events.
The racing events were as follows:
First race, purse open to maiden3
only?Firt, Mount Miller, I^eithton sta
bles, Middleburg, Va.; second. Josie
Hampton, J. W. Byrne. Areola. Va.;
! third. Vashti. C'astleman & Co., Leesburg.
Second race, steeplechase; open to all
| four-year-olds and upward; purse, $14*>?
i First, Coutliwest. owned bv C. C. Saffen.
| Aldie, Va.; second. Portlight, owned by
i S. C. Glascock. The Plains. Va.; third.
Stripling. A. M. Chichester, Jr.
Third race, purse. $1<X>; one mile?First,
Lady Melba. J. G. Everhart; second,
Fanny Golden. T. S. Hickman; third. Sil
verbrook, Rogers Bros., Hamilton.
Fourtn race, steeplechase; purse. ?!<*>;
about two and one-half miles?First,
Portlight, S. C. Glascock; second, Lin
dale, W. H. Siloott; third. Stripling. A.
M. Chichester, jr.
ALONG THE RIVER FRONT.
Arrivals.
I
i Tug Savage, after barge No. 20, from
j Georgetown to Boston; barge Atlantic, to
j load railway ties at Occoquan;. tug
! Camilla, towing Alexandria Chemical
j Company lighter, acid-making material
; from Quantico to Alexandria; tug George
| W. Pr'de. with a tow from a down-river
, point; schooner Mary Etta, cord wood, at
j Alexandria, from a lower Potomac point;
I tug Minerva, with a tow from G.eenwav
for this city: schooner Richardson, melons
from a Potomac point to dealers.
Departures.
Schooner Mayflower. light, for a lower
Potomac point to load back to this city:
scow Bush, light, for Mattawoman creek
to load ties for this port; bugeye Kath
leen, light, for Mattox creek to load wood;
schooner Cunningham, light, for a down
river point, to load back to this city;
schooner Mary Ann Shea. I>ght. for Aquia
creek, to load lumber for tne dealers
here; schooner Hallie K., light, for Black
istones Island, to load oysters in the shell
back to this city; schooner John Bright,
light, from Alexandria for a lower
Potomac point to load; schooner Wash
ington, light, for a lower river point, to
load back to this city: bugeye John Bran
ford, light, for a river point to load.
Memoranda.
Schooner Isaac Solomon is in Chica
1 muxen creek loading cord wood for deal
ers here; schooner Stephen Chase has
I gone to Kinsale, Va., to load; schooner
Clemmie Travers has arrived at Baltimore
from Norfolk witii lumber aboard; schoon
er Dorchester has sailed from West Point,.
Va.. for this city with lumber aboard;
schooner Five Sisters is at a river point
loading for this city; schooner Jjmes B.
Anderson has gone to the Mattaponl
river to load lumber for this city or Bal
timore; steam barge Dennis Simmons
from this city, has arrived at Norfolk en
route to a North Carolina point; schooner
Silver Star is at a Potomac point loading
tor this city.
Harbor Notes.
The cool weather had a depressing effect
on the watermelon market, the demand
yesterday having been rather light even
at the low prices that have prevailed. The
return of warmer weather today has had
an enlivening effect on the market, how
ever, which, under ordinary September
weather conditions, should be good for
two or three weeks longer.
The coolness of the atmosphere, com
bined with the warmth of the river water,
caused a slight fog on the river early this
morning and gave the steamboat men the
first taste of the trouble they will have
later on in the fall. Cool September
nights bring on the foggy fall season,
much to the disgust of steamboat men.
A Four-Trunk Tree.
From the Boston Globe.
One of the interesting features of
Bridgewater's most attractive thorough
fare. Summer street, a village highway
lined on both sides with New England's
favorite elm. is the four-trunk tree of that
popular species which forms a natural
archway to the mansion house of the latvs
Ebazer Carver of cotton-gin fame.
It was this same reputable Massachu
setts mechanic who also gave Bridge
water its four-trunk-tree curiosity, and
So unconsciously at the time reared i
monument for himself which is likely to
last for years to come, for the people of
the immediate neighborhood are v? ry
proud of the Carver tree attraction and
they will preserve it for future genera
tions with most zealous attention.

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