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WHITE SULrHUB SPRINGS.
CUMBERLAND VALLEY RAILROAD,
One of the most delightful pleasure sod
nealth resorts In America: "Magnificent MOUN
TAIN SURROUNDINGS. S.OJ) FEET ELEVA
TION. DKY ATMOSPHERE. riN'B 0R0VE3,
HOT sultciur BATES, excellent cui-
SS, FISHING, BOATING, DRIVING,
iHOOTINO, BILLIARDS, TENNIS, COLf,
For Illustrated Fsnphlet aildrOJS
GEORGE A. FREYER, Owner.
A FEW summer boarders can bo ac
commodated tor balance of summer at
reasonable rates. Address MRS. U. W.
NICHOLLS, Boyd's. Md..B. A O. au9-3t
SUMMER boarders at Balelgh-on-lhc-
ruiuuiuc; Bujnrru itvisjiuuiuuaiiujji.
L. RALEIOH. Ridge. Md. au6-7t
JOHNSON HOUSE. Colonlnllleacb,
on water front; terms reasonable; spe
cial rates to parties. Address MK8 O. E.
BOABD at a farm house ("Melvln
Place"): excellent table: fruits, milk,
and kv In abundance: fini-team. Forlerms
address MRS. N. MELVIN, Dufflelds, W. Va.
POTOMAC BAY-A new place op
posite Wiikereon's; beautifully located
for summer boarding; boating, liathlng.fisb
Ing, etc.; tab e abuiidantlv furnished; terms
low. C. C. WILKERSON, Prop ,
Jy30-lruo Colonial Beach, Va.
VOODLAWN Bockvllle. Md ; with
all modem conveniences; llcbted with
Fas, baths, eta; large rooms and shaded
lawps; terras moderate; $1.00 per day, 57
to $10 per week. MRS. M.J COLLEi".
BY electricity, straw bats cleaned
while ou wait. Gil 7 lb St. uw.
SfrpHEXE ABE OTHERS" IN THE PIUNTTria
JL business, bet few eoncerns like The Law
Ktporter Company, of SIS Fifth street north
west You'll aid II a posltlTe relief to trade
then. Doll 1L W. MOORE, Jlf f.
JUST RECEIVED rino lot young Cu.
ban parrots, guaranteed to talk; also
monkeys, canaries, mocking birds, gold
fl6b, dogs, and tancy pigeons. SCHMID'S,
718 12th fct. nw., branch 1-21 Pa. ave.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONET (o loan on bonds, clocks, tiusts,
loan association ceitlficates. and old
Hue lire insuiauoo policies; no delay.
YERKES A BAKER,
MONEY TO LOAN-I" lantehums,
or as low as $l,ouu,at 5 and G per
cent, on D. C. real estate; also $200, $500,
$700, etc., at G per cent. W.M. A. SAUN
DERS &. CO., 1407 F St. tf
MONEY to loan on leal estate at less
than 6 11 cent.; to bo returned la
mnatlily Installments; no commissions. J.
T. II. HALL, 721 1.1 Ui at. nw.
MONEY to loan at 5 and 6 per cent.,
on Dlsiiict of Columbia realty; no
delay if fiecmity is satisfactory.
WALTER H. ACKER, 704 14tli nw.
'CONCERNING LOANS AND INVEST
MENTS" Read this booklet carefully
before borrowing or InvesUng: call and set
a ccpy free. B. H. WARNER A CO . 918
F st. nw. ra2B-3mo
MONEY TO LOAN All classed" of real
eastale loans m.i'Ie with promptness at cur
rent rates. TUG McLACHLKX REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor
ner loth and M But-u nw. ntUtf
nK. FULTON'S LIUN' OFFICE. 3213 PA.
are. a. w. Established in 1870 Money
leased on watches, diamond), Jewelry, surer
ware, etc Special bargains la watches, Jewelry,
and illrer ware. feJtkSme
LA FETRA'S Hotel and Cafe, 11th
and U its. nw. Central, com-cni, nt
Bummer rates very low. au9-7t
"THE DEAN"-Newly remodeled
furnil,ed-ruoni lmuse, facing pirk; sin
gle or doullc rooms, with or without
board 321 Missouri ave. nu6-lw
Washington. D. C
IT c. rrnncIT. Mnnsen
ITATIOS COltNEU OF SIXTH AND B
iTr,Tct lune 28 1V1
J) A M. J'ENNBYLVANIA LIVITED-Pull.
ntau bleerr, Jlialaff, Smoking, and Obser
Tatlon Cars iiarriaburi; to Chicago, Cincin
nati, IcdianapoH, St. Loalt, Cleroland, auj
Toledo. Bullet l'arlor Car to llarrisburc
KtO A. M. FAST LINE. Pullman Bullet Far.
lorCar to llnrrisHurir l'arlor and Dining
Care, llarriebur. .' FitHburg.
KCI'.M. CUICAOl ANDBT. LomSEXrKESI
Fullmau Buttet l'arlor Car to Harrlsbjrg.
Meepiug and Dining Cars, Uarriiburg tot.
I onl, Llueiunatl, LouisYllle, ani Calcaga
ISO I'. M. WEbTEllN KXI'MESa I'ullmaa
Meeting Car to Chlcag-j. and HarrUbnrg t j
Ciereland. Dining Car Co Chlcagu.
'. 30 P. M. bOUTH-WtblKKN hXFIttsa. -rull.
man Meeplng and Dining Lars to bt. Louis,
end bleeping Car Harrieburg to CinclaaatL
JOHO y. SI. FACl FIC KXl'RESs-FuUroan Sleep
ing Car to rittsburg.
iiQ A. M for Kane, Canandalgua, Kochesttr,
and Niagara Falls dally, except Snnday.
;C.J0 A. M. for Elm Ira and llenora, dally, except
Snndar. For V iUiamsDort dailr. 3WP.lL
1 1PP. M. for Wllliamsport. Rochester. Buffalo,
and Niagara Tails dally, except baturday,
with sleeping car Washington to buspensioa
Bridge Tia Buffalo.
:c,0 P. M. for Krte, Canandalgua. Xochester.
Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily; sleeping
car Washington to Kliulra.
Ff r 1 lulaaclpnia. New t orJc, end tb- 'int
Mr. 31. "CONGK&iblONAL LIMITED." alt
Farlor Cars, with Dicing Car from Balti
more, for New York dally, for Philadelphia
eek-daya. Regular at 7 0) (Dlniug Car),
; iV, 3 00, 10 00 (Dlniug Car), and 11-ft) (Din.
iuc Car) a m., 15 15, a IS, 0, B 0. 10-00. and
31 5p in On iunilay. 7:M (Dining Car),
,i0, lt-00, 11 03 (Dining Car) a. nu. 12.13,3 15,
i0, 6 40, JOflO.nnd ":M p in. For Phila
delphia only. Fast Express 731 a. m. week
days Express. 2-01 andS.40p.rn. dally.
Fog Boston, without change, TSJ a. m. woe'z
days, and 313 pm. dally.
For Baltimore, C-iB, 7:05, T.-I0. ;J0, 1.00,
20 00. 10.30, 11-00. and 11 J? a. dl. Ull.
:-01, S 13, 3-40, (4-00 Limited), 4.-J0, 4SM, 6 10,
ess, eo, 7.10. lO.OJ, 1040, ll-U, and ll.U
r m. On Sunday, T-05, 71SO, 9:00, 05k
SO 30, 1MB a. ul, IK-IS, 1:15,1:01.3.15.3 40 (JO)
Limited), 430, i 40, COO, C (0, 7.10, 10 JO, 1J:1.
and 1145 p. m.
acr Pope's Creek Line. 730 a. m. and 4.33 p -a.
daily, except bunday
Fcr Annapolis, 7J and tua a. m,, 13:15 and till
p. rn. daily, except Sunday, Sundays, 0 0)
,a. m and 4!0 p. m.
Atlantio Coast Una. Express for Richmond,
JacksopTllle, an J Tampa, i.M a. m., S.W p. ta.
dally. Richmond and Atlanta. 8-40 p. m. dally,
ltichniond only, !W7 a. m. week daya
Accominodatlon for Onaatlco, TrU a. m. dally,
and 4SS p. m. week-days
Jcr Aletandria, 4J0, 6J5, 7:45. 8:13. MS. 10.JT
'.I 'C a- m., OM, IM 1M,M. B.-O0, 5.57. 6.1J
t li', laid, and 1 JSJ p rn, Oa Sun Joy at L-)0,
t 40. .' 40 a. in., S.43. 0:13. 8DZ, and 10:10 p. m,
leer Ale landrla for Washington, MB, S.-43.7.U,
t lU.vw. H 10, lO.-tJ a. u., IxXL 2:15, &00, 0.U
. I.lu, . UI, 7.-00.7). W0,10i, and 11:03 p.
ru. tinX-iniarat e-4 HO, 10:38 a. m.,lJ,
t JJ. :.oi. 7 cj, s.ia, aa lOJJ p. rn.
'-'. Siuro Connections.
5f.;r AtlsHti - ti:r. W (Saturdays only), MM,
111 i! .tin. Mcvkdajs, I!: asd 1L30 pl m.
Tct i n;'S May, 10.00 a. ra., (caturdays only),
':Mif in neekdays,aud 11:SJ p. m. daily.
iickct oOces northeast corner of Itthstreet
mil )Vu)-!kaia Areaus, and at the ststloa.
Sixth slid li dirge's, wnrreordrrsonn be left tor
lb chevinij cf uu;ag u destinaMau from
K. . P-KEVt . , J. 1!. WOOD,
- tiener-ti iuinz Lcsrrali'&uenger ti
WANTED-8 Bood axenu; expe
rience required; commission nd salary.
Apply before. 11 a, ni. tp. WM. MOORE,
No. 7140th st. w. -anl0-3t
WANTKD-A goodruancook in restau.
rant. Apply PALAIDE HOTEL, Coo.
(ult Road. aul0-3t
WANTED-Immediately, a good while
barber. 641 Fa. ave. se. It
WAKTED-A white boy In a dry
goods store. Apply 1B02 7tlist. nw. It
"WANTED Young man on chocolate
and cream workatAMREIN'8,14267tn
st. nw. au93t
HELP FHEE-Mrs.L. C. MOON. .108
O st. nw. , auO-Bt
WANTED- expert soap powder can
vassers. Apply at 408 Fla. ave. nw.,
after 4 p. m. au2-lw.
HE LI' WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED-Ali tnlelllgeot woman for
general housework; reference r quired.
Apply between 7 and 8 a. in. at 700 4tb
st. no. It
"WANTED At HyatUrriUe, Md., for
general Housework a girl or young
woman, whiteor black. Address "HELP,"
this office, stating wages required, etc.
WANTED A settled white woman to
keep uouc for six men; must be a good
cook. Call at 036 F st. nw. nul-3t
HELP WANTED-MALE AND
"WANTED A respectable colored girl
for nurse. Apply, with references, at
1410GU1U.W. Must stay nights. auO-lt
WANTED Smith Ftsmler Typo
wiiter operators and atenograplien
diiecled to positions. Operators de
siiing lo fnnullarixi themselves with new
No. 2 Smith Finmier Typewriter call
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
CO.. No 1416 F at. nw. iy31tf
WANTED-Any work around house or
euro of horses. Address 1021 L st.
"WANTED Any klud or work by a
Rett led colored man; refe. 1740 Mass.
avcfliw. ' 12
"WANTED By colored woman, place to
do general housework; can furnlsti ret.
Call or address No. 802 Grant ave.nw. It
"WANTED By a lady, who is willing
and iudustrious, can sew, read and
write well, understands, pbotograpay;
.aleady work, tLat will pay $3 -wtekly; is
willing to do atijtblng for a UMLg. Ad
dress E. M. U.. tbis office. 12
TEACHER-An experienced teacher
with high lutUuonUls from former
patrons deslrr-i K!ition in private family
EngUsh branches, French, music, elocution
and physical culture. Modern methods. Heat
rets.; wouiu travel or go abroad. AlISS
AYLMER, Bullor Olen, Carolina county,
TV ANTED M18CELLANF.OD.
JUST Hie tlnio to paper jour blithe. Ap
ply 0. n. DORSEY, 634 E e. It
"WANTED I" exchange, three fine
farms for city and suburban property.
THOB. F. BARRETT, 519 12th St. nw.
$1.50; ellk waists a specialty, at $1.50.
No. 1115 8tb sUnw. au7-Ct
Wanted Try Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FHEE.
And charge enlyfor palatine; workgaaranteel
NAT. BL'BBhK ROOF PAINT CO, log eth nw
WANTED- numbernr borsea for pas
turage; plenty r waler.gross and shade;
S5 pvrmouib; and will want aJiumber of
b-jrses to winter at $8 ier month. C. H.
PARKER. Lay Hill. Md, or 435 4 1-2 St.
w.; tel. D74. Jy23-14t
W A NTED HOOMS.
WANTED-To rent, two furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, second
floor. Capitol Hill. Address C. W. II., this
WANTED Sept. l,b joung rnarried
coup'e, 3 unlur. rooms; tccond floor;
state price. Address X. Y., 818 1st
st. nw. au8-3t
A GOOD Ruthless Chance An cetab
lisbed buslneks m-eds a little capital,
when it could be made the best iiaylng
venture In the clt Address ESTAB
LISHED BUSINESS, this office. auiKIt
A. BABE Chance One of the tiet gro
cery Hands in Anacoslia; new wagon,
cash register, fine awning; also large ico
box and tine stock: good reason fur selling.
II. A. LINGER, Jr. au9-d3t
ONE of the bet located confectionery
and fruit noutes in the city is offered
for sale for a few days only. Situated in
Hie business part of the city. This Is an
utiparalleled opportunity Apply T. O. AN
DERSON & CO., 907 G St. nw.
OUTING FOR HORSES.
Three miles from city. Best of pasture,
shade and spriDg water; only $ 1 per month.
Horses called for. Inquire 610 11th st.
nw., first floor. au9-3t
FOR SALB-A first-class cigar and
news stand doing a good business. A
good chance for a man with push. Call at
G04 l-210lnst.n.w. Aug.8-3t.
"WANTED To sell or exchange for
proUiiou store, good location, firnt--Class
bolter and egg stand; best market.
Address QUICK, thl-i office. au8-3t
FOH SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE-Bicycle, pneumatic tires;
weislit 30 pounds; flrsl-Dlass condition:
price. $40;greatbargain; 1308 Ln.w. au!0-3c
FOH KENT UOOMS.
XXXfS V tli st. nw. -One large fur. front
room; alsl back room, with duor open
ing on porch; use of bath and home com
forts; gents p'referred; low rates.
FOR RENT 2504 M st. nw com
fortably furnished rooms Iq private
family for gentlemen. au!0-3t
PLEASANT front rooms, with good
board, at reaeonablcratea- Apply MRS.
ROSALIE B. SELPEN, Virginia Beach, Va.
tSeldeu cottages, ) aul0eotl-7t
FOR RENT Furnished, dainty flat, 2
rooms, with toilet; everything com
plete for himpekecplng. Address CENTRAL,
Times office. aug9-3t
FOR RENT Two or three pleasant
it nfiifiiichiifl TWift, rrt o n Sirl 1-icithe tna.
hvipiiisi:i.u t vuii'D, tb usiva uut44 ir;is-
son'able; at 1518 12tb st. nw. au9-3t
FOR- RENT Elegant furnished suite
of rooms on 2d floor, with private bath;
$E5 per month; btner rooms $10 and up.
ward; caterer in house. 924 14th st.n. w.
FOR RENT On 2d floor, flat of 4
rooms, with bath room, -all i:u.-.ern
improvements; suitable for house' ping;
convenient and pleasant locality on 1 lauk
lln Park. 912 Fourteenth st, nw. 10
14ZS N T NW. Floor, 3 rooms, ua
fur.; freshly decorated, siiacious; very
aup'rior; gas, bath, heat; housekeeping.
FOR RENT Entire 2d floor; 3 cool
rooms; Z closets; bath, hot and cold
water; gas; suitable for light house
keeping; half block cable cars. 629 T
t. nw. au8-3t
FOR RENT'"', room, with bath;
terms reasonable; board it desired.
1707 7tn at. nw. ou8-3t
FOR RENT A neatly.fur. back room;
suitable for 1 or 2 persons; gentle
men preferred; good locality; terms low.
720 Gtb st, nw. au7-4t
FOR RENT Very desirable fur. rooms;
also excellent family table board; con
venient and pleasant locality; reasonable
terms. 702 IOIU st. w, au4-7t
FOR RENT At 2lc 9lb at. w., near
B. fur. and upfttr. "robins; one for. ball
room, $4 per taonth: heal, eas, ard bath,
.Booms In flats cor. 13th and a nw.
1616 L at. nw.. 7 r. and stable.. .. 32 50
430 H st aw., G r IB 00
2430 8th nw., 6 r 10.30
2528 P. 7 r 18.00
1528 26tb, 4 r -. - 9.50
1409 28tb, large hall ,, .. 12.00
1207 Gib nw.. 11 r.. '., .. .. .. .. 45.50
123 K nw 8 T 22.50
1013 Marlon, 6r 5.00
3225 N nw.. 8 r .-. ... .. 30.50
,2610 P st, 7 r IG30
1527-29-31 .31st. 4 r 9.00
.1032 31st nw., 4 r ,. .. 9.00
-By J. D. SULLIVAN.
aul0-l w Corner 13th and G 11 w.
IFOR RENT Northwest, near Duiwnt
Cird'j, desirable 0-rooni and cellar bouse,
$40; also 8-room liousi in northeast, $20.50;
D. D. THOMPSON, 1335 F. -
FOR RENT 1804 M St., a new 12r.
brick; electric bell; heated by hot water;
a. m. L; $70. By J. I). SULLIVAN, 13th
and G sts. nw aulO-71
FOR RENT-911 1st st. nw., a new
Story Br. brick; a. m.i.; $30. By
J. D. SULLIVAN, Cor. 13th and G sis. nw.
ATTRACTIVE fur. house, $40; G
rooms and butti: cabinet mantels, etc.;
grand upright piano. 1209 U st. own
pleasant walking distance; convenient to
an cars. Aeyeuuiutu st. nw- au0-3tc
XOO-1222 D st. nw.; 15-r. brick; a:
. v. x. luum.om r. ac. aw
FOR RENT Ilouse,$T5 per.montti;
1700, 14th st. Inquire at Lo Feint's
Hotel, lltb and G sts. au8-9t
135.00- 14ZO th st. nw., ar. b.; m L
o. T. TODEK. 615 E at nw.
S42.fSO 120 E st. nw.; 14 1.. a, m. 1,
C. T. YODER. G15 E it nw.
832.GO-314 to 320 K. C. ave. se.; 8r.
a. m. L; new.
O.T. YODER. 615 E St. nw.
FOR RENT House 2204 I St. nw.;
7r., gns, water; key at O'Callaghan'a
grocery store. No. 2200 I st. nw. au6-14t
FOR SALE noUSES.
I HAVE A number of houses, ne. and
nw., that I can sell cheap on email cash
payments; or will trade; dob't fall to fee mo
before you buy. 8.CARR, 1355 Maryland
aye, ne. augl0-3t
FOR SALE-Cheap, 7-roonj house In
Falls Church. Address Box 38, Falls
Church. Va. au4-43t
ron sale misceltIaneous.
FOR SALE-! burial sites in Oak Hul
Cemetery; 40 squartr-fcet; price, $60.
Apply 120 California st. ne. aul0-2t
FOR SALE-New Boynton drill press
at less than half cost. Call at 470
Central Power Station. au8-3t
FOR SALE-Daytou wngon. Inquire
10 and 12 E St. ne. aul0-3t
GOAT and harness; will be sold cheap.
U2U Vlrginlanve.sw. au!0-3t
FOBSALE-o nedint Ule-s wlngA nthony
carema, 5x8, with tripod.-B double plate
holders, packed lit cate, 1 .Altan. Clark's
patent wide angle lens with Bausch and
Lamb diaphragm shutter: 1 landscape lens.
1 Dallmeyer wide-angle Uns, 1 stereot-cope
camera with 2 objectives and tripod, in
case; will sell the whole outfit for $60
net- Inquire 132 Maryland av.aw. au8-3t
FOR SALE A Utter of fine tliorougu
bred black and Uns; guaranteed; cheap
Call ut.472 O st nw. au8-3t
BREAD aid cake bakery route and ice
cream parlor; cheap. M.E.T.,careof 2223
14th st. nw. qug.3t
FOR SALE A new, $uO Domestic
Sewing Machine, with all modern im
provements, at less than half price; pre
vious to leaving city. L. M. D., this office.
FOR SALE Magnificent ant. oak
dresser: new; cheap; also Washburn
guitar. 327 Tlrst at ne. It
WANTED-To sell small grocery
cheap at once. -155 G St. sc. au9-3t
UNFUR ROOMS FOB BEN T
FOR SALE First-class Queeir phae
ton; a bargoiu; also horse, harness
and village cart. AddressG24Kst. nw. 11
FORSALE $110 will buy geutlcmare
7 years old, harness and Dayton, in
good contrition; call after 6. S. G. BAR
NARD, Teunallytown. au8-3t
FOR- SALE $100 will bjy- a hand
some Essex trap; carry 1 or 4 per
sons; best make; light and very stylish,
605 Pa. ave. auS-3t
FOR SAl.E-Ata bargain If sold within
10 dayu, a 7-rooni house on F st. sw.,
bet 4 1-2 and 6lh sts., with all rn .1. B.
LEONARD, 530 4 1-2 St. sw. qu4-10t
SACRIFICE Sale of Extension-top
Carriage, Trap; also 2 sets of harness;
must be sold at once. 927 D st. nw.
au5 7 1
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED-")' color-U woman, place
as caterer; references. Address G. F.
K., tills office. It
W ANTED By a respectable colored
girl a place as first-class chambermaid
r first-class uurso; best city rets. Address
1414 26th st au7-3t
WANTED-BJ colored womau place
as cook- 1740 Mass. ave. nw.
WANTED-!1! colored woman place as
cook or chambermaid. 1434 Madison
st nw. au9-lt
TO EXCHANGE Horse and excel
lent delivery wagon lo exchange forgood
cash register. Apply 437 11th St. nw.
FOR SALE r exchange, fancy grocery
aud liquor store- for city or country
property or-TOorlKagf. gnap, THOS. F. t
BARRETT, 519 12th st ow, au&3,
OUR aretestrd!am and spiritual
Who tells you all things and prescribe
a proper 'remedy for your trouble,
can be consulted at bar parlors on all
affairs of We.
1109 Q ST. NW.
ALWAYS AT HOME
Jya-imo , Cl
BaTME. BROOE'tcUs all the events
of life; all biisliwaa Confidential; ladles
and. genUemen. CO repts each; hours, 9
a. u. to 9 p. m. 6QP New York avenue
northwest, near Sixth street. Jy25-14t
i. T. WALKKH BONa-SO 10th at. nw..
carpet lining, felts, fire brick and day,
asbestos, paints, hruwbes. lime, cement, two
and three-ply roofing oateriaL apr21-tf
MME. ESTEiitE tells all the
events of life lnaierman and English;
jours, 9 a.m. to JO, p.m.: 2S and BO
cents: cures all cases of running or dry
sores 913 19th st.'w. je29-lm
jjIj; Wonderful Remedy. Cancers
cured "without "knTfc, pain, or pay
until cured: aho carM-teles, piles, dropsy,
by Prof. .MARTIN 8lI4ix'. 467 Pa. ave.
nw. . , .. anB-lmo
Uk.DIE5 needing" confidential treat
ment. A safe and sure relief in all
female trouble, constipation, irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, 'opium habit-, fistula,
eto. Separate rooms for patients before
and during confinement, and find homes
for infants If required. Strictly confiden
near E. Capitol it. Washington, D. O.
DR. TATLOB. 06 F st. nw., makes
full sets of teeth for $5; satisfaction guar
anteed: teeth extracted without pain;
gold ruling. $1; amalgam. 50c. Jel3-3m
XF you have rheumatism or neuralgia
inquire aboutVillette's4 01is.DrugglsU'.
EGYPTIAN GYPSY Seventh
daughter ol the seventh generation;
She can take off spells and cause to marry,
as well as tell you ihc past and future;
persons calling at tnc tent, next to railroad,
will ask for MADAM BURNETT.
Take Eckiogton and Soldier' Home
THE "3 DAYS" CURE For men.
This remedy cures In 3 days or no
rharge. Consultation free. DR.. McKEE-
HAN, 716 12th st nw. Jyl6-lmo
Rooms 14 &sd 15, McGili, Building.
Publisher The Times :
We inserted an ad. in your much
advertised Want columns, and during the next
two days we had about 75 applicants. We were
perfectly astonished at' the number of replies
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HELl FREE Mrs. L. C. Moore", 3C6
O st. nw. au9-Bt
PROF. CLAY: oldest established ad
. vertlslng clairvoyant, medium and for
tune teller in this city, removes all your
troubles; tells from 'cradle to grave; ad
vice on business, love affairs, losses or
piatrimonlal adventures; unites separated
and causes speedy marriage with one you
love by proper advice. Call and be con
vinced that I ran .work a case quicker
than any medium buecr met Fee. 50
tests. Hours, ou to u; open ouuuay,
489 H St., bet 4 1-2 tnd 6tb st sw.
MME. BROOKE tells all the events
of. lira; all business confidential; ladies
and gentlemen, 50 cents each; hours, 9 a.
rn. to -9 p. m. 605 'New York avenue
aorthwest, near 8ixth street au7-14t
"KEEP a steppinV We make "limes"
a great deal belter than they reaUy
are by selling elegant'sults, custom-made,
the "least bit" worn, at a flsuro that'll
keep ybu cool. JUSTH'S OLD STAND,
619 n. st. nw.
AREN'T you tlredofpayingrentandhav
lng nothing to show for it? Wouldn't
you like to own your own home? You can
If you try. How? Why, boy a lot at Tux
edo, from $25 to $40, small payment down,
$1 weekly: 10 per cent off for rash; title
guaranteed: no charge-Tor deed. This is the
firststepyou want totaketo secures home.
After that you won't rind any troubleabout
putting up a bouse. Why pay, say $15 per
month, for years for rent and have nothing
bJt receipts to s.how for It, when with a
smaller payment you can become your own
landlord? Tuxedo is 100 feet above the
city, adjoining Washnigton. on the Penna.
R. R.; comma taUou fare, 6 cents. Fortick
ets and circulars call -at office. TUXEDO
CO., 623 F st. n. w. ou7-tt-no&e
PAINTERS. Attention There will
be a special meeting ot L A. 1798, K.
of L.Friday evening nt 8 o'clock Uo pre
pare for Labor Day. By order ofASaembly.
JVC. J. CURRY &SONS, Contracting
Bricklayers; brick work of all kinds
done; jobbing promptly attended to; aU'
work guarantrca; smoky chimneys cured or
no -cliargf; 25 years' experience. No.
508 13th st. nw. au3-lw
REMOVAL NOTICE-O.L. Wild's
Bros. & Co. have rttuoved their music
storo lo their new apdccrumodlousquartcra.
No. 1315 Boventn street northwest, where
their frlecds and patrcjns will receive the
usual prompt and coujtcouo attention to
their musical wants. , aul-7t .
Duffy i LeouuacAvf proprietors ot
"The American House-conier Fennsyh
vaula avenue and Seventh sjreet, fces to
announce to the public generally that they
are now serving the best tablc-boord In the
city ."from 6 a. m. to '8 p..' m., at the
folio wlhg reduced priobsc 3 meals per day,
$30; 2 niealx pgr day, $15 p:r mouth.
Particular attention. 5(SCr;k'l2tl''"'
KB NOTICEtrl paper rooms fo
Z and up-nunl; jou tail sate 25 pe
on "these pricis. JriJU. XoLTE, 8l(
cent on tnesc pnci's. jT-iki. .ui.ii.,
9th Stnw. Phono . 443? No hrhpeh.
jj 22-28 1
HAMLINE M. E. CBURCH-Nlutb and P
streets northwest, Rev. E. H. Todd, D.D.,
pastor: Sunday-school 9:15 a. m.; preach
ing by the pastor 11 a. m., subject, "The
precious thoughts ot God to niau;" 8 p.
m., second address on the "Life of Christ;"
Epworth Ijeague, 7 p. m.; Tuesday, cou
wcratlou; Thursday, church prayer meet
ing, 8 p. m., illustrated with stercoptlcon
EASTERN PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCH
MaryUud nenue and Sixth street north
east, Rev. Thomas Chalmers Eastou, D.D.,
pastor, will preach at 11 a. no., subject,
"Secret fove revealed by trial," and at 8
p. no,, subject, "The Kins; in Hts beauty,
or the land that Js fairer than day;" excel-,
lent musio' will be rendered; Sunday-school,
9:30 a. go,; Y. P. S. C. E., at 7
p. m. .Strangers cwrdially Invited, l'os
tor'sresldcuce,308Beveiith8treetflortheaat CENTRAL M. P. CHURCH Twelfth and
M streets northwest, Bev. 8. J. Smith,
pastor: Preaching by pastor at 11 a. no.
and 8 p. m.; prayer service Thursday, 8 p.
ru.; Sunday-school, 9:30. All cordially
"- THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH-423 G street
northwest. Rev. Alex. Kent, pastor, 1 ill
give the fifth ot a series of discourses on
the Lord's Prayer; subject, "Our Dally
Bread:" service at 11:10. All welcome.
FIFTEENTH STREET M. E. CHURCH
corner E northwest: Preaching 11 a. no.
by Dr.L.ILWIlou, presiding elder;8unday
school, 9:30 a. no.; services 7:30 p .m.,
u nder the auspices of Epworth League.
ST. MARKS Corner Third and A streets
southeast, Rev. A. J. Graham, rector: 7:30
a. m holy communion; 9:30 a. m., Sunday
school; 11 a. m., morning prayer and ser
mon by the rector. Members of the Broth
erhood of Bt. Andrew will cordially welcome
all, especially strangers. No evening
THE BRETHREN Preaching Sunday,
11a. m., 316 Pa. ave. se. Bible-school at
9:45. Ooepel8ervleesat7:30p. m. Every
body cordially Invited. W.M. Lyon, pastor.
BROOKLAND M. E. CHURCH, REV.
WHUam H. Chapman, pastor. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Preaching br the pastor
at 11:30 a.m. At 8 p rov service con
ducted by the Epworth League.
UNITED BRETHREN LV CHRIST
Memorial Chur. corner R and North CapU
tolstreets;Rev. J. E.Fout, pastor. Preach
ing at 11 a- m, and 8 p, no., by thepresld
lug elder. Rev. G. J. Roudabush.
Sunday schoolat9.30a.iu.; Y.P.8. C.E.
at 7 p. ni.
Lecture and prayer service Wednesday
at 8 p. ru. Strangers welcome.
GUNTON TEMPLE MEMORIAL PRES
byterian Church, corner Fourteenth aud
R streets northwest Pastor, Bev. G. B.
Patch, D. D. Preaching 11 a. in. by Rev.
William M. Austen, pastor Church of the
Covenant, Baltimore, Md.; meeting Y P.
B. C. E. in the church at 8 p. m., at
which Miss Anna Hamlin, delegate to
the Boston couventlou, will give her re
port of that great C. E assembl) ; Sunday
school, 9 30 a. in.; prayer meeting, Thurs
day at 8 p. in..
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH,
corner ot 10th and G sis. n w.. Rev. Stephen
M. Newman, D-. D., pastor; John W.
Blcboff, Mus. Doc, organist. Preachlrg
at 11a. m. by Rev. Isaac Clark. Sunday
cshool, 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor, 7
p m. No evening preaching.
CONGRESS STREET METHODIST
Protestant Church, 31st st- bet M and N
sts.. Rev. Dr. W. B. Graham, pastor. Sab
bath services: Frcachies by pastor, 11
a. m. aud 8 p. m. Short summer services.
Sabbath-school, 9.30 a. ra. Christian En
deavor, 7:30 p.m.
VERMONT AVENUE CHRISTIAN
Church, Pastor F. D. Ppwer at 11 a. ra.
C.E. Boston echo meeting, 8 p. m. Sunday
Bchool, 9:30 n. m. AU welcome.
FOURTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
9th st. bet. O and H nw. Rev. Samuel W.
Stophlel, ot Evansvllle, Ind., will preach
at 11 a. ra Sal&alh-scbool at 9:30 a. m.
Y. P. S. C E., 7 p.m. Prayer meeting,
Thursdayat 8 p.m.
COUNTRY Board Ucllshtlul. shady
farm; fruit and vegetables; near Over
look Inn. Mrs. BENTON, Good Hope P.
O.. D. C. aul0-3t
WANTEDA few select boarders;
modern country home. II. D.
GORDON. 918 F st. nw. It
A FEW gentlemen can be accommo
dated with room and board In ne.;
cars pass dour. Call 804 C st. ne. It
LOST Amethyst breastpin; valued for
associations; liberal reward If icturned
to C.E. SMITH, Department or Justice
LOST Monday night, rroro 7th st. cur,
black parasol; reward If returned.
1248 Par Jive. se. It
LOST Gold-plaud watch lust Wednes
day night on Sever;, treet, betwien
E and Arsenal; hunting tase; gold star on
each side of the case; a suitable rcwurd.
j. a. Mcdonald, Bat i, 4in ah., Ar-
STAMMKHING CURED Anex-p-rl
In tl.ucurjof stammerr.igand'Slut
teriug wijl treat Ettcli persons fur the next
fw wrecks. Cure gtiamuteed. Address
LXrKRT, this ofllce. au9-2t
TAIEN FROM THE
Local and Telegraphic NewB briefly
Told to Complete the History
;, of Twenty-four Hours.
John A. Hughes, by his attorney John
Ridout, yesterday asked Judge Cole to
grant a restraining order against Thnotajr
Gaouou and his agents, Edward B. Wescott
and Walter B. Wilcox, topreveottheevicUoo
of the complainant fjosn the storeroom atKo.
1700 Massachusetta aveeueT
Detective Joe Carter has gone to Fred
erick. MiL. to get hsern. Alexander, a
young man who Is wanted here for em
bezzling $64 from the Swiss dairy, where
be was employed.
A meeting of the joint committee on
Potomac river regatta was held at the
Analostan boat bouse last nlgbt The
several sub-commitU-es reported progress.
The committee on Joint club excursion for
the benefit ot regatta fund -Indicated Ihc
pleasant manner la which the novel move
to raise funds is received and the probable
great success of the affair.
Information was received here yesterday
ot the death of John D. Merrltt, the pho
tographer, at his old home, in Mat tea wan.
Duchess ocunty, N. Y. Deceased conducted
a photographic studio in this city for over
nulifiod of his selection as a member of the
Bed .Cross of Venezuela, and. has been
awarded a bruuze medal in recognition of
his services In Venezuela durhog.the. revolu
tion of 1892, when he was attached to
the U. S. S. Baltimore.
Charlotte Turner has aiked the court for
a divorce from her busband, Robert Tur
ner, now living in Philadelphia, and whom
she accusci of having dcrerted her four
teen yoars ago. She was married in
1875, and two children have Since been
born. The. wife also asks io be allowed
to resume her maiden name ot Charlotte
John L. Palro and others have brought a
friendly suit against Charles W. Palro for
the construction of a will, urder which all
the parties to the cause are legatees.
The Royal Insurance Company of Liver
pool Is made defendant to a tuit fur the
pasrncnt of an Insurance policy of $700,.
where William W. Ketcalt is complainant
He states that he took out a policy on his
bouse on North Carolina avenue, between
First and Second (treets on December 5,
lS90,and the house burned February 25,
1895. No money was recovered on it
About B.20 o'clock last evening smoke
was seen issuing froao the U. S. Senate
carpenter shop, corner of Delaware ave
nue and C ttrcct northeast. A telephone
message was sent to No 3 engine house,
aud that company responded. The in
terior of the shop was in a light blaze
when the firemen reached the scene, but
they succeeded in extinguishing, the flames
after but $50 damage bad resulted. The
cause uf the fire is unknown, but it Is be
lieved to have been of Incendiary origin.
The evidence In the cae of First Lieut.
Frauds M. Smith, adjutant First Mary
land Infantry, has been supplied at the
War Department, and the President has di
rected a medal of honor to be granted to
blm fur dlMlnguIshed gallantry In action
at Dabuey's lilllls, Va., February G, 1S65.
He voluntarily remained with the body of
his regimental commander under a heavy
Ore after the brigade had mired, bring
ing the body safely off the field.
The Home Trust Company, ot Derby,
Conn., brought suit against Albert W
Daggett and others yesterday afternoon
for the payment ot a judgment creditor's
bill ot. $1,321. 8G. The petitioner asks
for the recovery of the debt from the sale
ot the chattels of the defenantd Daggett
at the corner of Thirteenth and C streets.
In the suit for divorce of Marie Web
ster against ber husband, George H. Web
ster, Judge Cole yesterday afternoon de
nied the complainant's application for
alimony and counsel fees pending the
conclusion of the cose.
United Slates Treasurer Morgan yester
day received S10 inclosed in anunsigned let
ter which the sender asked to be credited to
the "United States conscience fund." The
letter was not dated and the postmark on
the envelope was too indistinct to read.
Acting Secretary of War Doe, on the'
recommendation of the chief of engineers,
has decided to keep the. water shut off on
the Fox R iver, as measurements by engineers
show that the.outflow lsnnt. sufficient to
supply water tor the mills.
Captain Magnus O. Hallis, Fourth infan
try, has been detailed as military instruct
or at the Alabama Agricultural and Me
chanical College Auburn, Ala.
Detroit, Mich., Aug. 9. The steamers
Britannic and Russia were in collision in
the Detroit river Just below Wyandottethis
evening. The Britannic-was sunk andono
ot her firemen drowned. The Russia was
badly damaged but managed to keep afloat
until she reached the Detroit dry dock.
London , -Aug. 9. Lady Gunning, step
mother ot Sir George W. Gunning, baronet,
ncd a relative of Earl Spencer, who was
recently arrested here on chargesof forgery.
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Congress asking for cheaper gas.
was to-day brought up on demand In the
Bow street police court and committed for
Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 9. State Senator
John Upperman has been sued for $25,000
damages for defamation ot character. The
papers in the case were filed late this
afternoon in behalf of Mr. Thomas Mc
Caffrey, a well-known real estate dealer
and ex-eotas? pubuc, of Batter street
ZanesTMe, Obio,-Aas;T 9. Jacob Gil
a prominent and wealthy citizen of this c
coniflUed suicide in a horrible man
Petersburg, Va, Aug. 9. Mr. WHliam
S. Simpson, a well-known citizen, died
this evening, aged 75 years. Two years
ago he celebrated his golden wedding. His
wife survives him.
Lnckbaven, Pa., Aug. 9. Mrs. Catherine
Judge, one of the oldest women in the state,
died at Renora, at the age of 108 years.
She was born in Ireland. Ber husband
died fifty years ago while in the service
of the British army.
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 9. Ethel Carter, an
aeronaut making ascents here, to-day in
vaded the office of the Free Lance, a
weekly paper, and assaulted the proprie
tor, William Orr. and bis assistant editor,
John Donelan. Miss Carter used tho whip
with such force that she finally broke it
The Free Lance charged that she failed
to make an advertised balloon ascension
because she was half Intoxicated.
Brooklyn, N. Y.. Aug. 9. The will ot Mrs.
T. DeWitt Tolmage was filed for probata
$30,000 is real, and $136,000 personal
$30,000 is real, and $138,000 personal
property. Her husband is the sole legatee.
Buzzard's Bay, Mass., Aug-. 9. President
Cleveland silent a part of the day fresh water
fuming, and on his return called here this
evening for his mail.
New York, Aug. 9. A party of amateur
baseball players, called the Amateur Base
ball Association, under the management,
of C. D. Rice, left tbis city lost night for
Philadelphia on their way to England.
The party will sail to-morrow noon on the
American Bne steamship Ohio, which is
due at Liverpool August 19.
RockviUe, Md., Aug. 9. Ellsha Janney
Miller, of Alexandria, Va, died at Rock
Spring, near here, to-day. He was in his
sixty-ninth jear. His remains will be
taken to Alexandria to-morrow and the
funeral services will be held Monday morn,
in- at 11 o'clock.
Following is the programme of to-day's
concert by the Marine Band at the White
1. March " Mystic Shrine" ..
2. Overture Sicilian Vespers'
3. Mazurka "La Tzigane" .. .
4. SeIections-"Maritana." .. ..
5. Descriptive "A Day with Troop A,"
(By request) Facciulli
(Synopsis Hustling in the armory; sig
nals pfeijqus to departure; march;
camp tire; taps; repose; from nlgbt to
dawn; foragtor; attack on a barnyard;
the boys enjoy a song and dance;"corh
G. Excerpts from " Orphee Eu Enf ers."
7. Patrol "Th Glorious South"...:;.
(By request) Fanciulli
8. Patriotic Hymn, "Hail Columbia,"
"Ah! professor, what a charming col
lection of stuffed birds you have here!
Where did you get them from?"
"Obi that is quite simple. I have been
collecting them for years from the worn
out hats of my seven daughters." Zux
Asking for More Tramp (interview
ing Herr Gutberz at the front door) Ex
cuse me yesterday you gave me this hat
and the light top-coat I am "now wearing;
couldn't you let me have a walking stick to
Rightly Guessed. Masher Ah! my dear
lady , speak the word that wUl make me the
the happiest ot mortals.
Wealthy Heiress Money! Sonntags
Tlic-ro WuhNo Doubt.
Candidate You have not any doubt as
to my character, have you?
Voter Oh, no; of course not.
Candidate Then why won't you vote for
Voter Because I have no doubt as to
She Her money is her only attraction.
He Then time will add interest to her
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