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THE EVENING TIMES, 'TJQUESDAT, JLWE 4, 18Q.6.
DIVPD VIRW OfTIlK
-"V v m i- i . i KCASON.
SATURDAY, JUNK CTII.
Bring ont tlio cliildreo ana see tlie great
"Shooting the Chute."
Tor the licneOl ol the tittle one tickets fur
ride on the "XTiutc" will bo sold, between
the bours of 1 and 7:10 p. m. at 5c
'J ale tbe Steamer Samuel J. I'cntz. at 10 a.
ni., 2 o- 6:45 p. in returning leave River
Vlcwat l::lo. 5. Sa:idl i0n.ni.
For the 10 a. m. and iliii.ni. trips tickets
are 10c, on tbe t5 i- m. trip 25c
K. is UAMlAtX, Sole Proprietor.
Steamer 'MAOALESTER" leaves 7th St.
wharf dailv (except Suntlaj) at 10 a. m. and
2.-T0 p. in. Returning, leaves Marshall Hall at
INDIAN HEAD TRIPS
Every Friiliv and Saturdav Evening In Juno
and every Thursday. Friday and Saturday in
Julv. Augut and i-eiteiiiter at C:0 p. in.,
lindlngat Marshall Hall both wajs. and lcav
ingManhall Hall on return trip at 'JiSO p. in.
Parties at "the Hall' can avail themselves of
the ilacnU-Hicr'a Indian Head trip without
Stiamer-ltlVKR QUEEN" leave 7ih and
O St. wharf daily (Sundays excepted) at 9:10
a. ;n. for Indian Head ami all Intermediate
landing, and at 5:10 p. m. for Marshall Hall
only. Returning, leaves .Marshall Hall, at 1:10
and7:1 ii. m.
Music by Frof. Schroeaer's Bant
Dinting Say and Evening.
FARE (Kouna Trip) - - 25 Cts.
-An excvllentCouro Dinner on arrival
of uoats.oOc Good Care on steamers.
L. L. IILVK1', explain.
Fastest hax-nninn Steamer on the Potomac,
The John Sylvester.
Switt, Spacious. Clean. Respectable.
NO STATE ROOM".
Special sal on forladicn and children, par
lors for family parties. Fare, 0 cents; chll
dred, 2 j cent-.
l.UU'KsT EXCURSION RATES for soci
eties. Esputa' Orchestra. Unexcelled tab'c.
Clyde Dock, foot of 7th St., U a. m., except
Mou av. G p. m. Saturdays.
Saturday anil Sunday. June 61b and 7th.
Palace Steamer Jane Moseley.
Only steamer with state room, two forward
decks and largo hurricane deck on the Poto
mac. Iicave Mth-.trect wharf Saturday, C
j i. in. and Sunday morning, 9 o'clock. TicUcts
and stale rooms oxi sale at K9 rcnnsjlva-ilx
ancnuc up to noon feat unlay after that time
I-aro i cbates allowed organizations A few
Frlpcf il ire onon je --fit
Washington vs. Louisville.
Admission, 25 and 50 cents.
Game called 4:30 P. M.
Allen's Grand Opera House.
Sunday Evening', June 7.
Prof. H. A. GRAHAM.
Introducing bis wondelful second sight and
A ii.o-t uonderful performance. N. Y.
Prices, 25 and 50 Cents.
KEEIiAH'S LYCEUM THEATER
AHD SUMMER CARDEH.
ALU THIS WEEK
THE LYCEUM BURLESQUE
AND VAUDEVILLE CO.
The Original New Burle$que,
Belles of Washington.
CO People on lite Stlajre UU
Rtiinmcr Prices 10. 2i and "i"c.
A LLEH'S GRAND OPERA KOtTiE.
tVeel: rvmiinencln g I . -. -- i
-MONDAY Jline la
Opening of the Regular Summer Season.
Matinees Wcunebtlay and hatuntay.
BUCKLER'S oTOCK CO.
In Tom Taylor' d Popular Comedy.
STILL WATERS RUN DEEP.
Preceded by a Refined, Hl'h-class Vaudeville
CIUMMINS AND UORR,
Georjro nr.tmii, X-Itay llixlev.
UriUiaiii liujrteltc, Dupmit and Mi ddlcton,
F.fc. llajcs, Ucllman and Moore,
and a liost of others.
Two entertainments rolled into one.
Trices 15, 25. 35 and -('c. Matinees, :5c re
served citauyii.irtof houe.
Next week r UK TWO ORPHANS.
of Wailifngton. Cycling taught ou a 12,0J9
ft. floor. Competent instructors. Charges
email. Millie every evening. 2J and P
streets. J. Hart Brituiu. Mgr. Take F street
Chevy Chase Lake nnd the beautiful
rove bordering Its banks Is tbe ideal
place to ppeud a few hours cacli day dur
Inp; the summer months. The grounds are
kept clean, and perfect order is maintain
ed. A delightful place to take your chil
dren for a day's outing to roam In tbe
woods surrounding the lake shore. Ac
commodations are made for plcnlo parties,
end no better place can be found for the
purpose. Douch's band will play everj
evening during flio summer from 8 until
10 o'clock. Pleasure boats for hire on the
lake at alt times. Tako cars of tbe Cap!
tal Traction Company.
On the Crest of tbs Alloghanloa.
(Main Line B. & 0. R. R.)
SeasonOpens June 22, 1896
x For rates, room, and other information
apply to D. a JON'SS, Manager. 11 A O. Cen
tral ilnildiii:, Ilaltimorc, Md., up to June luth;
after that date. Deer Park. Md.
MADE REQUESTS TO CHARITY".
TV111 of -Michael llrlfl llpnufith Two
The -will of tbe late Ramucl n. nils
Tvas filed for probate yesterday. It leaves
all of tbe liroimrty to tbe widow. At her
death or in Ibe evect of her innrrlage, tlie
jiropcrty is to l-o equally divideil bctweeu
bcr children. Harry II. and Samuel B.
Ellis, sons, are nominated executors. The
will is dated M.irch 7, lfcHG.
The lale Michael Bricl, by bis will, dated
April C, 1693, leaves tbe sum of $3,000 to
bis niece, llalllrta Tentsner, and real es
tates near Gainesville, Fla. Tbe sum of
$100 each Is given Itobert Keitzcl, John
B. Roland, Jn, nnd Mary J. Koccbling.
Part or lot IS, square DT3, and parts of
lots d and 10, square 428, arc left in
trnst, for the Bciicntof W. II. Briel, Charlotte-Mimcfc.
and Blv.anl C. Ill I. Tbe
proceeds rrom the sale of 'cerium otlier
real estate arc to be divided between liie
German Protestant Orphan Asylum, Chil
dren's Country Home, and tbe Washington
lln-pital for Foundlings.
The will of the late John Batters, for
merly of Jio. 164G Thirteenth street, was
filed for probate yesterday. Tbe widow
In ber will bearing date of May 18,
1SUS, thejate CaUijrine G. Barrows leaves
nlllier real estate In tru.st for ber daughter,
Catherine. Alfred B. Briggs is given
$r.O0O in trust for bis nephew, Edmund
Briggs. A similar sum is also lert to
Etbcl B. Berry nnd Alfreda Briggs. Other
small beqocsta ure mado.
THiHK PRICHOO HIGH
Congressman Object to Paying
$15,000 for Lincoln's Portrait.
MR. TEA VIS' W0EK0RITI0ISED
"Wlillo All Culm It to ll a Striking
Llkeuchs, Many Sny It Can Ho
nought for LehM iloui-j- It I'ur
vlnihu Hi-commended by ttie HouHe
Committee ricture's Career.
A imiposal Is before Congress to buy a
portrait of Abraham Lincoln, pjiuted dur
ing the war by George V. F. Trals, of
Frankfurt, Ou-lbe-maln, Oermany. It is
said that no inenifcerof thcC'.niniiltce on Li
brary lias ever seen tbe picture; neverthe
less such are its recommendations that on
last Friday, tbe House cuuuultttc, through
ltepresiiiiaiiveAinos Ciimnilngs.inadca re
yrtn. recommending its purcuuoe lor $1 5,
000. Mr. Cummings sajs in this report:
"This picture baa iieen seen by thousands
of Mr. iiucuin h intimate Uieiuis ana tii
quaiiituuees.uiul Is prouuuucvu'by all lo be
tne oulj true life-like portrait ol him.
in its Infancy in letiQ. iir. Lincoln w.is
one of those peculiar cliarae'ers wliosC
features when at rest lacked expression,
ami the aniin.itiuii ana fire wnidi uaturally
bcllongei! to him. It was, therefore, im
ixsslbie to photograph linn us he ni.lu.illy
was. When Mr. Lincoln was in lomcrsa
llun every feature of bis gave expression to
the subject sK)keii of, and so strong was
this peculiarity that I hate seen bun, when
speaking or subjects that gucMin pleasure,
actually loi'k handsome.
FAVORED Bl' TUE COMMITTEE.
"His I lie opinion of all that the Travis
painting is un especially true and laithful
likeis of Lincoln, and sliouul oe placed in
a coifpituous place in our National Capital,
that he loved so well and gave bis lire for.
biuce tlie subject has been before the Li
brary Committee several letters bac been
received regarding the purchase of the
IKirtralt for historical and other societies.
Among theie, one from Hon. John Moses, seo
retary of the Chicago Historical Society;
another fiom Dr. Matthews of .Springfield,
111., a member or the governor's slaff (and
was one of the centennial coinmissioners).
But as il is fitting that this portrait of
the lamented Liuc-oui should tie in fhesion
of the got eminent, nnd this Isaiknowledgeil
by artists, art critics and Inends to be
Hie most life like ixirtrail of him, your
committee unaMniously recommend that
'tlie Travis Hirtralt of Lincoln' be pur
chased tiom me present owi.er, niiU in.il
the sum of 15,000, the price asked there
for, be appropriated for that purpose."
HU.Nti IN THE R1GGS HOUSE.
In spite of this favorable view of tbe
proposal taken by Mr. Cummings there
seems lo be some opposition to the purchase
without eten unboxing the portrait and
allowing members who are to xoie upon
It to see It for themselves. A strong un
dercurrent or gOM-lp about the matter has
developed, and some of the things said are
uot Kiniplimeiitary to the portrait.
Itisnsserted, for Instance, that the paint
ing bung for a number of years in the
Kiggs House without attracting attention
as the greatest portrait of Abraham Lin
coln that was ever jMintcd. It-was recog
nized as a work of considerable merit
nnd a good deal talked about, but no
body came forward with an offer of
?15,00i1 ror it, or even a fifth of that
amount. Indeed, there are persons, who
claim to know something about the mat
ter, who place the value, Including the
frame, at $200. '
Furthermore. It Is stated that the cifort
to sell it to the government has been In
progress for over eight years, and until
now entirely without success. This 6tato
ment Is partly supported by the report
made by Mr. Cummings.
A EAITUFUL LIKENESS.
That paper contains nletter from Marshal
Ward II. Lamon, Mr. Lincoln's trusted
friend and hktoriau, addressed to the late
Penator Evans, then chairman of the
Senate Library Committee, nnd dated Feb
ruary 20, 18ci8. Mr. Lamon says: "In
my judgment the Travis portrait is the
most tirelike picture of Mr. Lincoln 4hat
I have ever seen on canvas. I have exam1
ined many paintings of Mr. Lincoln, and
in almost, every' Instance have found that
the artNt has sacrificed accuracy to or
namentation. The Travis portrait pre
sents a real likeness of the man, with his
rugged features and irregularities of per
wnal appearance true to lire. The fare
in the portrait is remarkably lifelike, and
I venture to say it the face be covered and
hidden from view there is not a man wlto
knew him Intimately who would not In
stantly recognize the trunk and limbson the
can vasas being thoseot Abraham Lincoln."
In spite of this flattering expression by
Mr. Lamon the ccmmitti-c did not see fit
tn make the purchase at the price asked.
The picture wnsat that lime on exhibition.
When tlie sale was not effected. It Is
understood, it was boxed up and left in
the ofric-e or the architect of the Capi'ol.
FInallvil w.is removed from tli.itplacv.iud
stored in the basement among unused and
PLEDGED FOlt A BOARD BILL.
It tins been stated In the discussion that
has sprung up qver tbe matter that It was
at one time left as a pledge for an unpaid
board bill. There was even a suggestion
thatlt was accepted in that way from the
artist who executed It. but that is refuted
by the statements of Its history made by
Mr. Cummings lu bis report.
Mr. Cummings says that Mr. Travis, the
artist who painted il. came to this ct nntry
In 1864 and arriving in New York wanted
to Join the army, but was rejected n ac
count or a pulmtnnry affection. He came
to Washington and wanted to paint Mr.
Lincoln's portrait. Ore day he met Presi
dent Lincoln on the street ami asked the
privilege. Mr. Lincoln consented, and at
an appointed time sat for an hour, telling
the enthusiastic young artist a numlier ot
characteristic and droll stories while the
work of making a sketch went rn.
Later he gave several other sittings. Mr.
Travis returned to his studio at Frank
fort, Germany, where he completed the
work about two months after Mr. Lin
coln's assassination. United States Con
sul Webster saw the portrait In Frank
fort and purchased it for the consulate.
There it remained till the spring of 1876,
when it was brought to the Centennial
Exhibition, where it was much admired.
Mrs. Lincoln saw it ror the nrst time there
in Memorial II. ill, an. 1 was so overcome bp
its lifelike appearance that she fainted
and was carried from the hall. Mr. Cum
mings does not state how it came from
Philadelphia to Washington, but evidently
it was not in the possession of Mr. Travis.
WHEREA BOUTS OF THE PICTURE.
Mr. Edward Clark, Architect of the Capi
tol, could not tell who is now the owner
of the picture. He said the last person
he knew to be interested in It was Mr.
John Trainor. That was about a year
ago. The portrait was forsome time hung
in bis office, something like eight years
ago, but was finally boxed up. After re
maining In his rooms for a time it was re
moved Ui a storage place in the basement.
He was quite sure it ha 1 not been brought
cut and unpacked at this session.
Mr. n. S..Reeside, clerk ot the House
Library Committee, could not tell who
owned the painting. There had been omc
discussion of it before the committee,
but the work itself had never been ex
hibited there, so far as be knew. Mr.
Cummings, he said, was a subcommittee of
oiietoconsidcrtheadvisabilltyof making the
purchase, ne thought the report was made
from the sulicommittee. However, two con
stituted a quorum of the committee, and
the committee might have reported upon
Mr. Fred Dennct, clerk of the Senate Li
brary Committee, at first thought be had
not nenrd anything of such a painting,
but upon looking the matter up said there
bad been such a proposal Informally dis
cussed by tbe committee at one time. Bis
impression was that the talk was. not en
tirely favorable. He found a bill for tbe
purchase, introduced by Mr. Voorbees in
January last. It was similar to that intro
duced in the House by Mr. Cummings on
December 17, 1885, upon which he report
was made. Mr.-Dennet admitted that Mr,
Voorbees bad been' tick so mucn taut be
REASONS FOR THE OPEN INVITATION
Given by Doctor McCoy to All Chrqnic Sufferers in Washington, Welcoming
Every Sufferer From fcatarrh, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Deafness or Any
Other Malady to a Trial Treatment Entirely Free.
The purpose of this invitution extended
In the Trial Treatment Free clause given
below must not be misunderstood. It is
simply the result of the Famous Physician's
desire that the public may obtain without
cost an adequate knowledge of the treat
ment which Is the perfecteil result ot his
life work, which, like his earlier treatment
given to the world ten years ago, will soon
be In general adoption by the profession,
which has worked such cures in Deafness
nnd Bronchial Disease alone as to startle
the old school practitioners, which has al
ready proven by the wonderful record of
resjlts that it will be the treatment of the
future. In extending this invitation Doc
tor McCoy desires that its terms be un
equivocal. Every person In Washington to whom life
has become a burden by reason of the filthl
ness and suffering.ot couimdn Catarrh of
the Head, Nose and Throat may now apply
at the offices of Doctors McCoy and Cow
den and receive a trial treatment free of
Every person in Washington who has be
come discouraged and tired of the vain
fight they have been making against the
cough, the choking spells and the cver-re-curring
agonies of Asthma nnd Bronchitis
may now apply at the offices of Doctors
McCoy aud Covvden and get an inkling of
wiiat may be done for them by a better
system of treatment than they have here
tofore been receiving. They will be cheer
fully accorded a trial treatment without
Every person in Washington who has
lost strength of heart and strength of body
and Is becoming pale, emaciated and lantern-Jawed
and melancholy, by the sick
ness, the torture and tlie starvation inci
dent to chronic Catarrh of tlie Stomach
may now apply at the offices of Doctors
McCoy and Cowden and receive, without
expense, an explanatory administration of
the treatment that has restored so many
thousands of gloomy dvspeptics.
Every person In Washington who may
be undergoing tlie fiery agoniesof Rheuma
tism or the blight, the suffering, and the
disfigurement ot Eczema, or the weakness,
failure, misery, nnd decay due to any com
mon form of chronic disease may now ap
ply at the offices of Doctors McCoy and
Cowden and gel a glimpse of happier con
ditions in store for them under the McCoy
system of treatment.
The free trial treatment will be accorded
to all upon personal application.
To those wlio continue treatment until
cured there will be no expense bejond the
regular nominal monthly assessment, all
Fatrick McGraw, 214 E st. sir.
(S3 years old) Deaf ten years.
Dr. McCoy Curing the Deaf.
Maurice CIairett,215 A Ht. we.: "For
n quarter of :i centurv I bad been deaf.
Ordinary conversation I could not hear at
all. I went to see Dr. McCoy. I can now
hear In my left ear ordinary conversation.
My right ear wasannost stone deaf. Today
1 distinctly heard an auctiou bell a block
away. I could hear the clatter of horses'
hoots souuds which I bud not heard in
T. K. MIIIiKiin. H-r' 4tb "t. tie.. Ciin
itol Hill: "I feel like going down the Ave
nue and telling everj one my deafness is
cured. I wus deaf ror 18 years; could
scarcely hear a word; I would press a deck
to my ear and never hear It tick. I was
dear as a brickbat Doctor McCoy cured me
entirely. IT there Is anybody who dee
not iKMieve it let him come and see tne in
Oncur HundfiviMt, 218 ITiirriHon St.,
Anacostia, car inicctor, B. & p. R. .: "I
could not hear ordinary conversation. I
would have to abk questions over and over
again. There were whistling and ring
ing noises In my ears, like an engine blow
ing olf steam. I could not hear the clock
tick. Since taking Dr. McCoy's treat
ment I am improving wonderfully well
I .-.., i.ir ! clock tick Fevrral feet
away. I am improving in a remarkable
M rn. Murlii D. Ilrndlpy , 9 1 0 F Kt. s vv :
"1 was very rtear.and had ringing and buzz-
loy sounos in uiy ears uu me time. I could
not bear ordinal y conversation. People
would liarc to shout to make me understand
j r,M - i.r , y.ftrik. A II sounds
were dull and mixed to me. I found no re
lief until I went under Doctor McCoy's
treatment for deafness. 1 have Improved
wonderfully. lean hear ordinary conversa
tion. I can near the clock tick from any part
of the room."
Copies, or Doctor McCoy 'h Monograph
on DeiifiifMH will be mulled on uiipll
ciitlon to thoRp directly Interested In
the cure of this condition.
had net been at committee meetings, and
so was not able to press consideration of the
Mr. A. S. Sporrord, Librarian of Congress,
was asked about the portrait. He recalled,
when tliequestion was put, that he hadseen
It hanging in an uptown botel; he could not
remember which one. He knew nothing or
the recent errorts to sell it and referred tlie
reporter to" Mr. Clark for details. When
asked as to its value, he doubted if it was
worth Si 5,000, though bediduot remember
it very clearly.
Mr. Clark, when asked about the value,
felt eonfilcnt that it ought to he secured
for a rigurc much below that named in the
bill as the price.
FAMILY QUAHHEL XX COURT.
Theodore. Alsoppe's Relatives Paid
Fifty Dollars for Heating Him.
Judge Miller yesterday afternoon" lined
Harry Frank, Doha Brightwell, and Mrs.
redenvisch, in the aggregate $50 for as-
saultinf Thaddeus AUoppe, the son-in-law
or Mrs. Fcdeuvlsch. The two men paid
$20 each and the woman S10.
The liolice court airing was the result
of a litigation over the estate, near the
Brentwood road, left to Mrs. Fedenvisch
by her first husband. .Hans Frank. Al
soppe married oue of her daughters, nnd
contested the will with bis wife. The
contest Is now before the supreme court
of tlie District, and the mother-in-law at
prcseut controls tlie property.
"tunning through the place is a private
road that Alsoppc has been in tbe habit
of using in going from his bouse to his
work, on Mr. Ueitmuller's farm, adjoining
tbe land in question.
Last Friday his wife's mother, her daugh-ter-ln
law. Josle Frank, Brightwell,
a farrt. band, Joseph Hellen, ber grand
daughter, Eda, nnd Victor. Frank, Josie'a
busbnnd, and his brother, Harry Frank,
encountered Alsoppe, the husband, and,
according tobi.s8tatement,beathIm severely
with horse whips, clubs, and other conve
Lftwyer Tlinmas Fields appeared ror
the dcrendants, and vainly pleaded for the
ourt to flace tbe defendants under .their
HIS HEAUINQ RESTORED
HIS CATARRH CURED.
John M. Clark, 017 2Gtli nt. nvv.: "I
had noises in my ears that attunes made it
imposslbleforiuetohearatall. They were
like the ringing of bells, the buzzing ot a
sawmill and escaping steam.
"1 tiret noticed that I was getting very
hard of hearing while wailing on cus
tomers in my grocery store. It was nec
essary for me to ask, two or three times in
order to understand what was wanted. This
I also found tbatat home I had to pay very
careful attention in order to understand
conversation. All sounds seemed dull and
confusing. In rder to get temporary
relief I had to keep snuffing and puttingmy
fingers to my ears.
"With my deafness I also had catarrh,
aud was constantly hawking and spit
ting, trying to clear my nose and throat.
"I finally went to Doctors McCoy and
Cowden, and lean say that
They lluve Entirely Cured Mo.
My hearing has returned so that I can hear
conversation lu ordinary tones of voice, as
well as any otic, and on the street cars I can
hear every word that is said. The noises
in my ears have almost entirely gone.
I Iltivo JJo Moro Trouble,
with my nose and thro.it. My catarrh Is
"Berore taking this treatment I could
nothear the wordsspokenby FatherO'Cou
nell. at St. Steven's Church, on 2Gth st.
and Fa. aye. Last Sunday I tat In the
same pa ft of the church aud heard clearly
everything he said." - ,
Mrs. Martha D. Bradley. 010 F St.
iw. teitihcj to Dr. McCoy's skill in
curing noises in cars and deafness.
JumiiH E. Grft'nola, -05 Pennsylva
nia ave.: I had to take my watch nnd press
it very hard against myleft ear tohcar it at
all. I could uot bcir tpeakcrs at any dis
tance. Under Doctor McCoy's treatment
I notice a wonderful cbange inmy bearing."
F-utrlck Mcliruw, 214 'E t. w.
(Soycareor age): ,51 had been hard of hear
lugforten years. There wcreconstantring
lngand buzzing soundsm my ears. I could
not hear a watch ore lock tick at all. lean
now hear tlie elocte-tlck and all ordinary
conversation. I hear' the street cars pass
ing, whichlcould noibefore."
THE ONLY TREATMENT
., AND CURE FOR CATARRH.
A. S. JohiiKiin, 1-40 nth Ht. nvv., the
well-known Jieating and ventilating con
tractor, after a course of treatment at
Doctor McCoy's oMccs, said:
"For 15 years I was a tutferer from ca
tarrh, affecting my head, throat, bron
chial tubes and srbmach.
"1 could uot digest my fcod properly.
On getting up in the mornings I would have
violent attacks of belching, caused by pas
on the stomach. Everything would have
a bad taste, and there was a constant
dropping of mucus In the throat. Intense
pains of a sharp, lancinating nature would
sweep across my forehead just above the
eyes. At times I could breatnc only with
great effort. The bronchial tubes became
badly affected, nnd a most unpleasant,
stopped up sensation In my nose, arfect
ing my throat, and a fullucjs lu my ears.
After eating there was a sensation of
weight resting on my stomach. I tried all
Known remedies, and succeeded only in
finding relief Tor a few hours.
"Having learned 'something ot Doctor
McCoy's skill in the treatment of catarrhal,
broiicnial anil stomach troubles, I went to
him. I can candidly say that the treatmenv
has benefited me beyond my expectations.
My head is clear, and I breathe without
trouble. 1 do not have the stomach troubles
in the mornings. To make a long story
short, I am a new man In every way. I
am so thoroughly satbfied that Doctor Mc
Coy's is the proper treatment for catarrh
that I have placed my boy with him for
treatment, and I have also recommended it
to several friendsot mine, who are afflicted
in a similar way."
MIsk Ellzu Pope, 910 I M. se.: "My
right ear wa3 entirely useless. I could not
understand ordinary conversation. The
doctors I went to told me the drum of the
ear was broken. 1 had noises in my bead
that sounded like escaping steam and ring
ing. Wl.cn I went to Doctor McCoy the
Deafness had lasted for eight years. Doc
tor McCoy said my case was curable. I
can now hear the clock tick across the
room. I hear the thunder for the rirst time
In years. Now I can hear the birds singing
In the trees outside or the house."
Doctor McCoy's Monograph on Dl-eiisi-H
or tho Skin enn be obtained
by bending nn application through
the mull. It Is Intended only for
those who arc nffllctcd with Homo
form of skin dlneune.
FOR SALE BICYCLES.
FOE SAiiE A '93 Rambler: model
14: with new '0G tires: in good condi
tion: $30 cash. Address JOS. LE1GUTON.
1621 21st. nw. yi k je4-3t
xiTnir m X'"0"fc RTr.vctFii
Munger's Birdie Special and Boyd
Special: simple, strong, durable, and rully
guaranteed. WOUCESTER CYCLH MFG.
CO., agency. 1630 .Hill st. nw. iny30-ln
MONEY talks: iLight 'P6 bicycles it
'98 prices: guaranteed 2 years; conieeo
sampleat KAISER, tbe watchmakers. 1022
14tli st. nw. r - je2-6t
,-.,, .. ... !.. fl(?m..1-n IlilulnttCi:
$80. we will sell for a few days at $44. S58
cash; all guaranteed, A. B. CARPENTER.
14th and Park sts-tMt-PIeasant. my30-lm
FOR RALE LOTS-
FOE SALErWl lOOxlEOinfccautiful
suburban ullage near this city: only
S2r-0:H Kinrnln. A. J". WHITAKER.Ttr.om
4. 91S F l. r Ju3-3t
personal bonds. ,His honor said a fine
would have a more salutary effect for
peace aud good order.
"Will of TVllinm Johnson.
By will dated May 6,1896, and filed yes
terday, AVilliam Johnson directs the sale of
his property, No. 1648, Valley-street, nnd
the bequest of one-third of the proceeds to
his widow, Mrs. Josephine R.Johnson. Tho
remainder is to be divided equally between
Edith B. Smart, George AV. Johnson, Theo
dore "E. Johnson .and Julia Boarman.
George W. Field is .appointed executor.
Saturday nnd .Snndny Trips to the
Commencing Saturday. May 30, and con
tinuing until further notice, the B.& O. R. R.
Co. will sell excursion tickets, at rate or one
rare lor iut lwu,Mv. fc.w. ...m iuwi "
of Saturday and Sunday, 'to points on the
Metropolitan Branch and Main Line be
tween -Washington. Harper's- Ferry and
Charlestbwn. and to points on1 the. Wcsn
incton' branch between Washington and
CURED OF ECZEMA
IN ITS WORST FORM.
J. TV, Evvlntr, clerk. Auditor's Of floo
ot the Treasury for the Posloffice Depart
ment: "The first, warning I bad of my
skin being poisoned vyas the appearance on
various parts of my tmdy or small dry
scaly sores running together. They were
especially bad on my feet and bunds.
J. W. Ewing, Auditor's Office of
the Treasury, testifies to Dr. Mc
Coy's skill in curing diseases of the
"Then I noticed that they were increas
ing in size, forming frightful blotches as
large as sliver dollars, which would fester
"My disease was diagnosed as eczema.
"I suffered all the agonies, il seemed to
me, that anyone could.
Strmiife Burning Seusiitlonx
began In my feet and formed a circuit,
as it were, of embers of fire encasing my
body. My hands, feet, and ankles were
swollen and palnecl me so intensely that
words cannot express my suffering.
"I had to wear gloves on my bands all
the time, and could not bear the touch of
clothing. Physicians pronounced It
An Anury Case ot Eczema,
but failed to relieve my pain. I tried
every available remedy without success.
"When Dr. McCoy instituted a national
practice in Washington I was impressed
with ids remarkable' record, and I went
to his ofrlce. The diagnosis ot eczema,
the doctor said, was right, but my case
wa s one that could be cured In a reasonable
"The doctor gave medicines and In
structions that I followed carefully. After
a week's application I felt a great im
provement. I was relieved from the in
tense Itching, and gradually the blotches
Sow I uni entirely Cured.
Dr. McCoy's treatment acted like a charm.
I am again a well man. My skin la per
fectly natural, and I have no trace of
tbe disease left."
DOCTOR McCOY CURING
A. S. Dent, 1124 11 t. nc-. "For
nearly three years I suffered from Bron
chitis and asthmatic trouble. I was sub
ject to Intense paroxysms of coughing.
There was a choking of the tubes and sbort
ncss.of breath and occasional pains back
of the breast bone. Medicines seemed to
have no effect. There was a hawking,
spitting and discharge ot mucus. Then
there was a tightness across the chest and
dryness In my throat. I could scarcely
breathc at times. Physicians told me I
"I lost thirty pounds In weigiit. I wus
very feeble, not being able to get upstairs
without great exertion.
"Huvins heard of Dr. McCoy's remark
able skill in the treatment or asthmatic aud
bronchial trouble, I sought his aid.
"The treatment has proved satisfactory
beyond expectations. I do not have the
pains across the chest as before. I have
gained In flesh and weight. My vigor and
strength are returning, aud I am better
in every way."
DH. McCOY CUMXG DYSPEPSIA.
Mrs. Joseph Sy ken, 1214 lOtliHt.nvv.;
'I had been a sufferer from acute Dyspep
sia for years. At times It seemed like some
thing was pressing on my stomach. I bad
severe headaches. There were sharp, lan
cinating pains in the hack and sides. Alter
eating therr would be a sense ot fullness,
nausea and depression. I seemed to lose
all ambition and spirit. I could not lie on
niv back with any comfort.
"I went "to Dr. McCoy, no has entirely
cured tlie pain. I have no more headaches.
I eat and sleep as well as 1 evcrdld.''
McCoy Sjstem of Medicine,
7i5 i3th Street Northwest.
Dr. J. Cresap McCoy,
Dr. J. M. Cowden,
Office Hours, 9 to 12 a.m., 1 to 5 p.m
6 to 8 p. m. dally.
Sunday, 10 a.m. to -I p.m.
Copies of Doctor McCoy's Mono-,
graph on deafness will bo mulled on
application to those dlrisctlv- inter
ested lu tho euro ot this condition.
FOR 8 ALE- BOUSES.
FOR SAXiE-Stop paying rent; buy a
uoiiie; new 2-story trame house, with
about 2,000 reet of ground; 30-foot alley:
stable, etc.; porch, 15 1-2 feet parking: hy
drant water at kitchendoor; Infewblocksor
new electric, car line and their rine offiee
building and car bouse, east ot Lin
coln Tark; don't miss this chance: only SI.
425; $50 cash and $10 per month; title per
fect. O.M.HRYANT.owner, Warder Bide,
9th and F nw. Ju2-3t-eni
FOB SALE $1,200 for Gr. brick
house. 141 N st.se.: $300 cash, bal.
$10 per month. Watchman on premises.
JOHN F. DONOHOE, 308 E. Cap. st,
FOB SALE-House 326 Lincoln St..
Anacostia, on easy terms. Apply T.
E.REAItDOXt307 Monroest. my3o-7t,em
FOR SAXiE Three 5-room houses anil
lots, near railroad station; will be snid
cheap for cash. Inquire of N. KEYSER
A SONS. Bennlng. P.O. my20-14t.em
FOB SALE-Pretty 6-room and bath
bay-wtudow brick; large concete eel
tar; cost $3,260; will fell for $2,250; as
mme trust of $1.600; pay $1C0 cash, anil
$300 lu monthly instalments: and you ma
have It: look at, It today. JOHNF.PAREf.
1411 U st. mr29-tr
FOR RENT FUItNISnED HOTJSES.
FOR RENT Nc w, nicely furnished
house of 8 room;, for the summer and
fail mouths; pleasant location; terms mod
erate. Apply 212 T st. nvv., Le DroitPark.
FOR SALE OR EXCHAXCE.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Vain
able corner property; se. orr. 8th and
Florida ave.; three rapid transit car lines
pass door. my31.6t
FOR RENT STABLES.
FOR RENT -Adjacent, 25x89 ft. brick
bulMiug: two apartments; part stable;
five stall; every convenience: has been a
milk depot; $12. Apply 000 lltu at- se. -
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT-6-ronm house; m. 1.; In
fine order; Printing Orflce square, 1st
st. nw., near U, No. 73'J; Key next uoor;
terms, $10.30. Owner, D.CO.VNELL, 223
A 8t.se. Ju4-;tt-em
FOR RENT Adjacent, '23xe0-foot
brick building; two apartments; part
stable; well ventilated; five stalls; every
Convenience hn, hunt, it ,nillr iltuit.t 1'A.
Apply 000 11th st. se. ju4-7t-em
FOR RENT S-room brick" uouse, 317
Delawure ave. ne.; modern improve
ments; rent, $20.50; key at 13"C st. ne.
Apply 1704 Oregon ave. nw. Je4-3t
FOR RENT A corner "store and 3
rooms up stairs, at B10 12lh st. nw;
110 children. Je3-3t
JL 0t iijjx'i"- 'iopcrmuticiiiteiiutit,oti!y
Slo.su per mouth; mcu 3-story brick
dwelling. Gin and F sts. ne-: 6 rooms and
bath; bay windows side and front: a. in, I.;
wide parking nil around, enclosed by
stroogfrim fence. Apply to I. W.BURKART.
Jr.. ;or. Pa. live, nw. Jn3-3t
FOR ItENT-r iinii.stK'd.lO-rooiuiiiiU'e:
location central; good rcT. required.
Address C. this office. Ju2-'lt
FOR RENT House. 2200 I st. nw., 7
ruoiiis, side alley, aud large lot: water,
gas. and running water closet outside:
clo.rai per inn. Apply 111 P. O'CALLAG-HAN'-i.
"t. 2-.M nii'l I Ms. nw. Jn2-0t
FOR RENT At $17 per month, a 6
room frame, cottage style: nil modern
conveniences: large cellar, stable and car
riage shed. 628 10th St. ne. Inquire 223
1) st. 11 vv . xnyiu-im
FOR RENT The larger part of a
i4r. house, in perfect repair, conxisti'ig
or parlor, tilning-rooui, klichtti, six bed'
rooms, and bath. Inquire at 6o5 lltb st.
nw., between 10 and 3. my3o-7t,em
FOR KEN I'
1717 Hth, lur...4iV)
SffiT, llr. Sitiu
311 T. !lr. K.00
1811 18th, 9r. .11 in
'12Seaton ne, br. 21U0
TIG II ne. 7r 20.iri
20S .jth se, lor..... 2a(J0
litis a sm, Iir IiC0
IU1 Kv. ave t-e, Cr 10.0J
FRANK I. UP.EGOItV. 617 Fst. nw.
FOR RENT Very flneresldenceln best
locution iu the city; 1021 Vermont
ave., terms. 5120 mouth. J. C. BPItlGG.
jr.. agent. 1424 N. V. ave my22-3m
FOH SALE SDIITJRHAX.
FOR SALE $700 vyill purchase a de
figtitiuf couutryhoiiK! in Virginia, with
35 acres of good land: $250 cash, balance lo
suit. Address FIELD, this office.
.. LADIES' GOOpa.
TELE ELITE. PARLORS-018"
12th St. nw.; Scientific Facial Treat
ment; Hygienic Steaming; De Armond
Bkiu Food; Oxygen Balm: Summer Rates.
6TATIO.V CORKER OF SIXTH AND B
..In Effect 7:35 P.M..Mny 17, 1800.
.JO A.M. vv eulc-duyss. 7.20 A-. M.Jundy
PITTSBURG EXPRESS.- Buffet Parlor
.Cur, Harrisburg to Pittsburg.
10.30 A- M. PENNSYLVANIA LIM
ITLD. pullmau Sleeping, Dining, Smok
l?rv ancl Observation Cars Harrisburg to
Chicago, Cincinnati. Indianapolis, St.
Louis, Clevelaud, and Totedu. BuffctPar
lor Car 10 Harrisburg.
10.30A.M. FAST LINE.-Pullmaa
Bullet Parlor Car to Harrisburg. Par
lar aud Dunne; Cars, Harrisburg to Pitts
burg. 8Q.iE' 3tt. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
SfltXSST-Fullintiii Burret. Parlor Car
to Harrisburg. Sleeping aud Dining Cars,
Harrisburg to St. LouU, Cluclunatl, Louis
ville, and Chicago.
7.10 I. Til. WESTERN EXPRESS.
Pullman Sleeping Car to Chicago, and
Harrisburg lo Cleveland. Dining Car to
rlrP-L SOUTHWESTERN EX
PRhSST Pullman sleeping and Dining
Cars to St. Louis, and Sleeping Car, Har
risburg to Cincinnati.
XO.40 P. M. PACIFIC EXrRESS.
Pullman SleeptugCarto Pittsburg.
"50 A. M. for Kane. Canaudalgua,
Rochester, aud Niagara Falls dally, ex
10.30 A. TAT. lor Elmlra and Renovo,
dally, except buuday. For Lock Haven
V,cck days aud Williamsport Sundays,
3.40 p. m.
T.XO P. M.ror Williamsport, Rochester.
Buffalo aud Niagara Falla dally, except
Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washing
ton to Suspension Bridge via Buffalo.
10.40 F. M. Tor Erie. Cauandaigua,
Rochester, Burfalo and Nlugara Falls
dally. Sleeping Car Washington to El
For Philadelphia. New York and tho
4.00 P. M. "COJcGUESSIONAL LIM
ITED," dally, all Panor Cars, with
Dining Car rrom Baltimore. Regular
at 7.00 (Dining Car), 7.20, 9.00, 10 00j
(Dltilng Carl, and 11.00 (Dining Cor from
Wllmiugton) a. m.. 12.45, 3.15, 4.20,
6.40, 10 00, aud 11.33 p.m. On Sunday,
7.00 (Dining Carl. 7.20, 9.00, 11.00
(Dining Car rrom Wilmington! a.m., 12.15
3.15. 4.20. G.40, 10.00. ana 11.35 p.m.
or Philadelphia only. Fust Express, 7.50
a.m. week days. Express, 12.13 week
days. 2.01 and 0.40 p. m. daily. For
Boston without change. 7.50 a. m. week
days, and 3U3 p.m. dally.
Atlantic City (v'a Delaware River Bridge,
all rail ruutej, 3:10 p. m. dally; (vu
Market Street Ferry). 1 0.0O, 1 1.00 a. in.
anil 12 15 p. m. week-days, 11.30 p. in.
liii'v. -11111 fi.OO.i. n S.itnriinys only.
For Baltimore. 0.25, 7.00. 7.20. 7.60.9.00:
10 00. 10.30; 11 00, and 11 r,0 a.m.!
12.15. 12.45. 2.01. 3 15. 3.40, (4.00
Limited!. 4:20. 4 36, 0.40. GOO. 6.40:
7.10. 10 00, 10.40, 11.13, and ll.srf
p. m. On Sunday, 7.00, 7:20, 9 00.
6.03, 10.10. 11.00 a. m.. 12 15. l.lo!
2.01, 3 10. 3.40 (4 00 Limited), 4.2o!
0.40, 6 05, G.40, 7.10, 10.00, 10.4o!
and 11.30 p. m.
For Pope's Creek Line, 7.20 a. in. nnd 4.36
p. m.. dally, except Sunday. Sundays.
For Annapolis, 7.20, 9.00 a. m.. 12.15
and 4.20 p. m., dally, except Sunday.
Sundays, 9.00 a. m. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Rich
mond, points on Atlautfc Coast Line.
4.30 a. m.. 3.46 p m., dally. Richmond
and Atlanta, 8.40 p. m., dally. Rich
mond only, 10.57 a. m.. week dayg
Accommodation for Quantlco, 7:15 a.
m., daily, and 4.25 p. m . week days.
ForAlexandna,18.104.22.168,7 45.8.40 0 45
10.57. 11.00 A. M.. 12.50. 1.40, 3 20'
4.25. 0 00. 5.37. 6.15, 8 02, 10.10. and
11.42 r. M. On Sundays at 4 30, 7.45.
0.45 A. M., 2.45, G.15, 8.02, and 10.10
Leave Alexandria Tor Washington 6 OB.
6.43. 7.05. 8.00. 9.10, 10.15710.28 A
M., 1.00, 2.10. 3.00, 3.23. 0.00. 5.30
6.13.7.00.22.214.171.124, 10.52. and 11.08
P.M. On Sunday at 6.43, 9.10, 10 28
A. M., 2.10, 0.30, 7.00, 7.20, O.lo. and
10 .52 P. M.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and O
streets, and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left for the
checking of baggage to destination from
hotels and residences.
S. M. rREV03T. J. R. WOOD
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
(PIEDMONT AIR LINE.)
(Schedule in effect 10 p. rn.May 17. 1896.)
All trains arrive and leave at Pennsylva
nia passenger station.
8 a. in. Daily, local for Danville connects
ot Manassas for Strasbiirg, daily, except
Sunday, and at LytiehburK wun tbe Nor
folk and Western, daily, aud with tbe Ches
apeake, and Ohio, daily ror the Natural
Bridge and Clifton Foi-ge.
11:15a.m. Daily, the UNITED 8TATE3
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman UuHct Sleep
ers, New York and Washington to Jackson
ville, uniting at Charlotte with Fullman
Sleeper for Augusta, also Pullman Sleeper
New York to New Orleans, via Montgomery,
connecting at Atlanta with Pullman Sleep
er ror DiriniiigtiJin, Memphis and St. Louis.
4:01 p.m. Local for Front Royal, River
ton and Strasburg. dally, except Sunday.
4:51 p.m. Daliy.Iocnl for Charlottesville.
10:4.-1 p.m. Dally-. WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN VESTIBULED. LIM
ITED, composed ot Pullman vestlbuled
sleepers, dining cars and day coaches,
ruliinan sleepers New York to Asheville
via. Chanoile. Columbia. Savannah, and
Jacksonville, and New York to Memphis
via Birmingham; New York to New Orleans,
via Atlanta and Montgomery. Vestlbuled
da y coacU Washington to A t Ian ta. Southern
Railway dining car, Greensboro to Mont-.
KTeATNS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington 9:01 a. in.
dally. 1:00 p. in. and 4.45 p. m. dally,
exci-pt sunda y aml64o p in Sunclaysonly,
tnr tinund Hill. 4:3.. p. ui.: dallv. np.nl
8unday, for Lecsburg, and 6:25 p. m.
dally tor Ueniiton. Returning, arrive at
Washington 8:26 a. in and 7:00 p. m.
dally, and 3:00 p. m dally, except; Sun.
day from Round Hill nnd 7:06 a. m,
daltv. except Sunday, from Herndon, ami
8:34 a. in. dally, except Sunday, trota
Through trains from the South arrive at
Washington 6:42 a. rn.. 2:20 p. m. and
:40 p. m., dally, Manassas division:
10:00 a. m.. daily, except Sunday, and
8:40 a. m- dally, frcm Charlottesville,
Tickets, slecp'ng car reservation and In
formation furnished at offices 511 and
1300 Pennsylvania avenue, and at Penn
sylvania R.liroaU Passenger Station.
TV. U. GEEUS, Gen. Supt.
3. M. CULT, Trufflo Aluunjror.
"W. A. TURK, Gen. Push. Agent.
li.SHHOWN. Gen. Ast-Fussv Sept.
NO FEE UNTIL CURED.
Specialist lu all rorms of-private diseases.
Hydrocele. Variocelo and Stricture cured.
Consultation free. Hours. 9 tu 12, 2 to O,-JlK!?T!mra-
nnd Saturdays; evening. 7 to
8. 602 F st. nw. mylo-tf
A blessing, and that's a ract; we are
selling splendid custom-made suiu. tho
least bit worn, at figures that you'll dream
about: look this up. JLSTH'S OLD
o 1 .. 1 . o 1 v ti at. nw. " eZ-7t
DETECTIVE agency and bureau ot
iiiiurmailon; detective work In all iu
orauehes in the United Stales and Canada;
an business strictly confidential: ten
years' experience In Washington. D. C;
pertons desiring first-das detective serv-
pT.'A0iirJ" n.n..u8-I:- L- WEAN. JOUN
TRAMMELL, office 612 F St. nw.. Wash.
Ington. D. c. je2-2w
MME. THEO. medium and card
ri-auer, can he consulted on business
and love affairs of life: communications
strictly confidential; German spoken; all
bou.-i. 2oc. to 50c. 929 U St. nw.
SIRS. ZOLLER. medium. can be con
e. 1"l!l,:.,on alTatrairs of life: 60c. and
l. 81.Ctlinw..bet.llandI. Je2-3t
MT.E.'.. PBANCIS-Canl reader ana
-1"1?tHSm: i"e E'eii from cradle to
ffS?,'. aaa E0 "Jnts. 3-4 East Cap
itol St.; uours 9 to a. ii.7r.
HALEE-MEDIUM teilt your lire, bus
iness, love affairs, lost or stolen prop
erty, rricinU. enemies, removes spells,
causes speedy marriages, unites the sep
arated and gives good luck; hours 9 to 9;
dally; 25 and 50c 923 list. nw.mylO-lmo
FROF. CLAY, Clalrvoyaut. tells all
events orilre: uusints.), love affairs,
lost property; daily. 10 10 9; fee.
60 cents. 480 H su. boL 4 1-2 and (Un
GET estimate on brass signs; physicians
.. aud dentists' signs oniy 54. DISH
MAN, Engraver, 1 Minnesota ave.. Ana
STOOD ABOVE THE TRJIPLEOF TOE
The great opportunity ; your life 1
now to know what the lutcre has in store
DR. MARY GORDON.
THE GREATEST .SECOND-K1GHT-SEEB
Of coming events. Acknowledged by pres
and ixiiole without a peer In her profession.
Can be consulted on all affairs of life.
I would Invite all who are In trouble or
wish lo know what the fata or fortnjio
bold in store for them to give me a call.
Each caller will be granted .1 private inter
vlew. and ail business strictly confidential.
"A word to the wire Is snf riclent." Office
and residence, 029 l'dtlist.nw.. Washington.
LET us send a case or Huincr Brewing
Comnany'BcelebratciHieer 10 your house
One dollar a case. Drop iciul Washing
ton ueucjr, 4l lU'jl st uw
1 461 Missouri Ar.
Office Hours 10 to 26 lo 8.
LK- TAILOR. Mi i st. 11 w makes
full sets or teeth ror 15; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling. SI; amalgam K"r. e4-tf
LADIES neediug ..m.mrunal treat
ment. A safe and sure relief in all
female trouble, constipation. Irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium tablt. fistula,
tc. Separate rooms for patients berore
snd daring confinement, ad find homes
:cr infants If required. Strictly confiden
tial. MRS. DR. RENNER. 16 Fourth st
ne.. near B. Capitol st . Wusm.igton. ii. CL
J. T. W ALKERSONS. -'"4 10th st
nw.. carpet Jiiung. felt, lire brick, and
clay, asbestos, nalnu. hrustifK. lime, cement.
iKi.nnii three-ply roofing material. ap21tf
MONEY TTANTEl) A.VD TO LOAN1.
WANTED-Reliable party will pay
per cent interest for loan of $6,000
or more on country property worth
$20,000. Address GOOD INTEREST, thU
WE want one thousand iKirrowers who
uesire from $50 to S10.000 each on
stocks, bonds, trusts, loan association
certificates, ware-house receipts and Ufa
or tontine policies in oid Hue companies;
no delay; no chattel mortgages taken.
YERKES & BAKER, 40 10 46 ileUerott
Building, 1110 Fst. nw.
MONET to loan; lowest rates-or Inter
est; nw delay ir security is satisfactory
WESCOTT. WILCOX A HlESTO.N'. 1D07
Pa. ave. nw. mylt-3mo
aiOffExT TO LOAN -Large. aumT
at 6 and B 1-2 per cem on D. 0. rea
estate; $250, $000. $750. eto.. at 6 per
cent; all transactions conducted with eco-
Somlcal consideration for borrowers. Wlf.
I. SAUNDERS A CO- 1407 Fst. nw. mr8
to loan at 3 and o ner cent oa
strict of Columbia realty; no delay IX
rcirttv is satisfactory
WALTER H- ACKER. 704 14U ns
LOST-0n Wednesday, about 8 p. m.,
ou c! st., black and tan toy terrier; an
swers to the name of Prince. Liberal re
ward If returned to 1111 K nw. It-em
LOST-" dogs; gray Dane, name Nero,
with white breast and tail; Scotch
terrier, name Rose, gray. 1300 6th st. sw".
LOST English greyhound; male; color
bnndle. Return same to 1 105 Pa. ave.
and receive reward. It
LOST By a child. $12 and school
bill. Reward If returned to ST. CE-
CILIA'S ACADEMY. je3-3t
LOST Monday morning, June 1. child's
silvei watch and chain, on U St.. bet.
14th and 15th or 15th bet. U and V.
Liberal reward if returned to 200O iota,
st n v. 1e2-3t
RAIL HO AI1S.
RAIL ROUTE TO
Train Every limit-..
Tbe route Giving an opportunity of seelnff
nil points for the tourist, in Alexandria, ami,
t.ik3 bat two and unc-Ualf bours for the
Take trains Venn. R. R. station, 0:15, 1057,
:oa m.; 12:50, 1:10; 3:10 i. in. AUoAlexan-
tlna Kerry, foot of 7th sr U:, XOS&Il&Oa.
m ; 12: 0.l:, 2:30p. m. Riro. Washington to
Momi:. Vernon md return. 0cint.
Schedule in effect May 30. le9C.
Leave Washington from Ma Hon corner ot
New Jersey aveuue and C Mreet.
For Chicago and Northwest. Vestlbuled
Limited trains 11:30 am..s:05p. m.
For Cincinnati, St. Louis aud lndlanap
ohi. Ve-tlbuled Limited. 3n5 p. in., ei
jircs3,li:15uigtit. For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express
daily 11:30 a. in. aud mo p rn.
For Lexington and Stuuutun. 11:30 a. m.
For Winchester and way eiutions. b5:30
P. tn. ,.
For .iJJray, Natural Bridce. Roanolce.
Knoxville, Chattanooga. Memphis and
hew Orleans, 10:50 p. in. daily; sleeping
For Luray, 3:45 p. m. dally.
For Baltimore, wcec uajs,. 5:00, GU50,
sT.uo, x":U5, x7:10. x7:Ji. xe:oo, 8:30,
xfjuio. xl0:00,xli:oo a.m.: xt:05, 12:10.
XU'.:33. -3:00, 3.25, X4.28. 4J2. X5.05,
XD.IU. X5.30.5J3. Xti.20. Ii.30.x8.o0. 8.15.
X9.20, 11.16, xll.50, p. m.. aud X12.U1
night. Sundays, X7.05, X7.10, 8 Jo, x9.O0.
xio.oo, u. rn.; xia.os, X12.35, i.tio, xa.oo.
3.23. 4. 12, xo.05, X5.1I1.0.1U, XS.UU. It). 20,
11.1G, xll.50 p. m.,xl2.01 night.
For Aunapoiis. 7.10 Jim .s.au a.m.; 12.10
aud 4.2 p. m. Sundays, b.ao a. m , 4.32
PFo f Frederick, aO.00, bl 1.30 a. m., cl.15.
b4.30. b3.30 p. m
For Ilagerstonu, bl 1.30 a. m.. and b5.30.
lor Boyd and way points, w cck days 0.00
a. m.. 4.30. 5.30. 7.05 p. rn. Sundays,
U.00 a. in.. 1.1G, 7.05 o. ru.
FonialtEcrsDurg aue way points, weclc
flays, 7.00, a.oo a. m.. l2.to, 3.00. 4.30.
4.j3, hJM, 5.3C, 7.to, 11.30 p. m. Bun
clay 0.00 a m, l.lo, 0.35, 7.05,10.23
lor "Washington Juncticnar.il way points,
ail.oo a. in., cl.15 p. ru. Express trains
stopping at principal stations only, b 1.30,
b5.30 p. m.
For May Ridge, week clays. 9 15 a.m.
and 4:2o p. in. Sundays. :rfu a. m.. 1:30
aud 3.1 D p. in-
ROYAL BLUB LINE TOR F.AY YORK
All trains illuminate.! wl.u i-lntsch light
For Philadelphia, New York, Bcston and
tlie Ea3t, week days 7.00, 7.05, 8.00.
UO.UO a. ru. Dining Cart, 1L00, 12.35.
3 on (5.05 Diuing Uiri. 8 bO p. in. tl2.01
night. Sleeping Caropc.iat lo.i.o o'clock).
fsuniinvB. (7.05 Dlniig Can. (O.no a. m.
Diuing Car). (12.35 Dining Car). 3.00,.
(6.05 Dining Car). 8.00, (12.01 night
8ieeplng Cur open for pas-engers 10.00
Bufret Parlor Cars on ail trains.
For Atlantic City. 10.00a. ni.. 12.00 noon.
Sundays, 12:35 p.m,
hUxcept Sunday. aDally. cBunday only
xExpress train. j
Baggage called for and checked from ho
tels and residences by Union Transfer Com
pany, on orders left at ticket offices. 019
Pennsylvania avenue northwest. New York
avenue and Firteenth street, anil atdepot.
WM. It. GREENE. , CUAS. O. SCULL..
Hen. Manager. Geu.Pass.Aeent,
ai&yfas aa J-JaLAis