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THE EVENING TIMES, ' SATUItDAYj JUNE- 6, 1896.
t Sneezing, sniffling and nagging
and Rose Cold can bo prevented and
cured by Booth's "Hyomei" Pocket
Inhaler Outfit, if taken in time.
g "CURES BV INHALATION."
At all drapfc'rsis, $i.oo. cr ar ffSce. Cenrul
iuicn tree, ixnd lor? j-aajphlet.
R. T. BOOTH.
23 E. SOth St. New York.
KATUKDAT, JDNU GUI.
Bring nut the children aim sec the great
"Shooting the Chute."
Fr the briicnl ol the little ones tickets (or
a, rule n the "Clinic" will he so'd, between
the hours of 1 and 7:30 i.m. at 2c.
lake the Steamer SaiuuclJ. Pcntz-atlO a.
in.. 2 o 0:4.1 p. m- returning leave IllTer
View at 13:13, .". 8 and 10:30 i. lu.
For the 10 a.m. and 3:45 p. in. trips tickets
aic 10c. on the i:4i p. in. trip -5c.
K. rs, l;,M)Al.l-, Sole 1'roiirleior.
Iliive Ton Shot the Chute?"
"Go Shoot the Chute"
At EIVEE VIEW,
-UNUAV, JUNK 7T1I.
Tate Steamer bainucl J. Pentz at 11 aj- flu,
8:45 ati-10 n. iiu returning leave River View
at 1. Ji, 7:30 ami 11.30 p. m. Rest dinner on
tl c Potomac ltivcr. 50c European Flan also.
IS. s I:.MI.I.L, Ssoln Proprietor.
He rradvto no on the next Wednesday ex
cursion. Jmi Ml
on the Green I-awus or
teavr MACALESTER leaves 7th street
srharr at 11 a. m ::ii and C:i i. in. lleturn
Ii.g. leave Man-nail Hall at 11, 4:"C aiidSitOp.
id. Onwcekdavs steamer leaves allOa.iu.,
(30 ami (YIU p. in.
i-liamerRIVKlt QUEEN leaves at 3 p. in.
Ileiurni g, leaves Marshall Hall at S p. m.
Music by Prof. Scnrosder's Band.
I'AKK (ltomiil Trip), 23c.
rBAn excellent Course Dinner will he
aerv- il on arrival of bonis for&dc. ladies aro
.specially invito! on the-e excursions. Mar
suall IUI1 has no competitor for beauty,
cleanliness and good order.
I I IlLAKF. Captnin.
Ftcs' l-xcursiou Steamer on the Potomac,
The John Sylvester.
Switt, Spacious. Clean. Respectable.
no .state ikiom-.
Special cil on for ladies and children, par
Icus forlaiuily parties. Fare, oO cents; chll
dri d, 23 ci uts.
..OWI.ST EXCURSION KATES for f oct
ettes. rspLla'sOichestra. Unexcelled tab'e.
Cljile Dock, foot of 7th St., 9 a. nu, except
Won at, Cp. in. fealurtljis
(IK AND EXCURSION
Saliirday and Sunday, Me 6tb anil 7tH
Palace Steamer Jane Hoseley.
Ouly steamer with state rooms two forward
deck. and large huirlcaue dock on the Poto
mac. Leave Mxth-strcet wharf Saturday, 6
p. iu. and Sundav morning. 'J o'clock. Tickets
and state rooms on sa'e at 119 l'ennsylvanlv
luemic up to uoon Saturday after that time
I-arne rebates allowed organizations A few
p'fi-l il i:cs oppn je 2-lit
Washington vs. Louisville.
Admission, 25 and 50 cents.
liimr called 4:301
Allen's Grand Opera House.
Sunday Evening-, June 7.
Prof. H. A. GRAHAM.
lutrt'iliicing his wonderful second sight and
A most wonderful performance. N. Y.
Prices, 25 and 50 Cents.
EtEnAti'S LYCLCTI THTATER
AMD SUMMER GARDEH.
ALL Tills, WEEK
THE LYCEUM BURLESQUE
AND VAUDEVILLE CO.
The Original ?cw Hinie&que.
Belles of Washington.
CO IVoplf nn tlte Ntj4f GO
3U Chat inin .JrU 30
Summer Prices 10.2and uoo.
A LLEK'i GRAHD OPERA HOUSE.
-Opening of the Regular Summer Season.
Matinees Wednesday and baturday.
BUCKLER'S TOCK CO.
In 1 om Taylor's, Popular Comedy.
STILL WATERS RUN DEEP.
Preceded by a Refined, nigh-class Vaudeville
CRIMMINS AND bORC,
George Graham, X-ltay Ilixlev.
llrilliant Quartette, Dupont and Middleton,
F. S. Hayes, ltellman and Moore,
and a host of others.
To entertainments rolled into one.
Trices 15. S5.SS and tec. Matinees, :5c rc
tcrved scat any part of house.
Next week THE TWO ORPHANS.
of Washington. Cycling tauUt on a 12.W3
It. Hour. Competent instructors. Charges
tmalL Muilc ccry evening. ltl and P
ttrcels. J. Hart ttrittaln. Icr. Tako Kttreo:
Chevy Chase Lake and the beautiful
grove bordering Its banks Is the Ideal
place to spend a few hours each day dur
ing the summer months. The grounds ars
kept clean, and perfect order Is maintain
ed. A delightful place to take your chil
dren for a day's outing to roam In the
woods surrounding the lake shore. Ac
commodations are made for picnic parties,
and uo belter place can be found for the
purpose. Donch's band will play every
evening during tho sumtrcr from 8 until
10 o'clock. Pleasure boats for hire on tho
lake at all times. Take cars of the Capl
tal Traction Company.
Cn the CreBt of tho Allcghanlo3.
(Main line B.iO.E. R.)
SeasonOpens June 22, 1896
For rates, rooms, and other information
apply to D. C. JON'iS, Manager, B. & O. Cen
tral Ilmldinc, Baltimore. -MiL, np to June 10th;
after that date. Deer Park, -Md.
Citiz)ns of Frankfort, Ind., "Excited
Over the Cccurrenoa.
Afflicted Persons Attended a. nigli
School Buncinet Some of tUe
Victims May Die.
Frankfort, Ind., June C This city is in
a high slate of excitement over the seri
ous illness of a large number of men,
women and children, who appear to be suf
fering from a mysterious cause. In fomo
instances whole families are bedfast and
In others three or four members arc down
with the strange disease. The physicians
arc overworked, and three have come from
neighboring towns to the stricken city.
The graduating exercises of the Frank
fort High School were held Thursday, and
a banquet was given that night to the high
schuol alumni. It was, a society event, and
many of the men nnd women who gave it
attended with their children. The party
did not break up till a late hour, and whet;
the guests separated for the night no one
expressed himself as feeling ill.
Early yesterday iiiorningsuiiimoiiscs came
thick and fast to the local physicians, and
sum everyone was going as rapidly as
possible from house to house to meet de
mands upon him. Each found his patient
suffering lu a similar manner, unable to
leave their beds, deathly ill at the stom
ach and attacked with dizziness whenever
they attempted tu rise. Several of the pa
tients were in a serious condition, nnd all
were evidently suffering from poison.
Every graduate was affected in the
same way apd all but four of the alumni
Late last evening the great majority
of the sufferers were out of danger, but
lu a few cases, where attention was
long delayed, recovery is very doubtrul.
It is not known whether the posion was
accidentally mixed with something served
at the banquet, but there is a suspicion
that it was intentional. Last week a scur
rilous circular, regarding the high school,
was sent to pilroiis through the mail1:,
and it is Lclieved that the author may
know how the wholesale iioisoniiig was
CHEAP HATE TO JAPAN.
New I.lni- of .StcuiiiiTK Will Jle Put
Pan Francisco, June 0. S. Asam, of
Tokio, who is at the head or a new Japa
nese syndicate, with $5,000,000 capital
to start a new line of steamer liolwecn
the principal ports of Japan and l'ortLind,
arrived here yesterday.
Under a law, lately passed by the Japa
nese diet, a subsidy is to be paid by the
government for all vessels of over six
thousands tons burden. The idea or the
company, which has already been organ
ized, is lo have all its vessels of alMint
9.000 tons. The vessels therefore will
1C of enormous size. Mr. Asam is here
to see what terms American shipbuilders
can make him on building the vessels.
It is given out from a reliable source
that the subsidies guaranteed by the
Januncsc government will go far lo foot
the cost or the vessels. Mr. Asam is very
friendly, as are Ins countrvmeii generally,
to Americans. He thinks his ships ought
to lie built here.
The idea of the new syndicate Is to do
a very large business, anil cut the freight
and passenger rates to a low point.
They have even iu view the lurnishing
of a passenger rate as low as 5'J, between
Japan and the coast.
HID IN THE CLOSET.
UnHurceixful Atti'iiiptnf nn Unknown
Mhu to Commit AsMnult.
West Chester, Pa., June G. A liold at
tempt was made by a midnight intruder
lo outrage Miss Annie Finegaij, the scven-tecti-year-old
daughter of Miles Finegan,
They reside alxait IhreC miles cast of
this town. The girl did not prove an easy
victim 10 the man's brutality, and he was
not mily foiled In his endeavor, but left
the house with numerous marks of her finger
nails on his face.
Miss Finegan had retired for the night,
and hail a small lamp burning in her room.
She saw some one step from a closet,
holding a dress skirt berore his face. She
thought it was one of her brothers, and &aid
he could not frighten her. The man, still
hiding his face, stepped to the lamp, blew
out the light, and then, throwing the skirt,
over the girl's head attempted to smother
her cries and assaulther.
Annie Is a muscular girl, nnd she fought
vigorously, using her nails frequently on thu
man's face nnd hands. He mnnngrsl to
keep the skirt over her face so she could
not cry nut. Then he learned that Rhc was
too strong for him lo succeed in his pur
Iose, when he turned, ami, jumping from a
A search was started at once, but up to
this time no nrre3ts have been made.
M AGOWAN-HAHNES MA RHIAGE
Is Now IleUeved to Hirvo TnLen
Place nt Kcno-.hu, "Y1h.
Chicago, Jime C Frank A. Magowan,
the former mayor of Trenton, "N. J.,
whose appearance in this city with Mrs.
Helen E. Barnes and the return of their
marriage license hns created gossip anil
some mystery, is believed to have been
married to Mrs. IJarncsln Kenosha, Wis.
He gave up his room at the Auditorium
Annex Wednesday night, telling the rhlef
clerk he was going to take the first train
for Kenosha. Mrs. Barnes nnd
Robert II. Winn, who has figured as the
best man in the matrimonial case, left the
hotel, and none of the tliree have
been se,-n in the city since by friends of
EI Reno, (Iki.i., June 0. W. IT. Winn,
the attorney who brought suits for divorce
here for F. A. Magowan and Mrs. Barnes
of Trenton, N. J., has begun suit againt
Mr. Magowan for $2,400 attorney's fees.
The Times Real Estate Bureau can se
cure a tenant for your vacantstore quicker
than any other agency.
J New Resort Opens
Sunday, June 7.
Magnificent Mount Vernon Park, the
new resort adjoining Mount Vernon,
will open t'tis Sunday for.thc season.
Train and ground accommodations
for 12.000 people.
Elegantly appointed cafe. Fli.e din
ner. Toe. or la carte. Refreshments at
Sacred Concert Sunday. No liquors
sold Sunday. Cooleit spot about
Washington. Altundant shade, and
ha'f.'rozcn artsslan well water
All tho innocent amusements, boat
Uniformed officers will maintain the
best of order.
Wasnington and New York papers on
Take M- unt Vernon E'cctric Cars,
Fourteenth and Fennsvlvania avenue,
10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Trains every hour.
Mt. Vernon Park Co..
Vt. F. THOMAS, Prop. &Mgr.
METROPOLITAN BAPTIST CHURCH,
Sixth and A streets northeast Dr. O. S.
Williams. Communion at morning service,
A o'clock; evening service. 8 o'clock; B.
Y.P. U., 7 p. m..Come and we will try to
make you feel at home.
SPIRITUALISTS AND LIBERALS AT
TENTION The Children's Progressive
Lyceum will meet on Sunday. June 7, at
Mcaulcy's Hall, 209 Pennsylvania avenue
southeast. All spiritualists and their
liberal friends are invited to attend. At
12 o'clock, after the lyceum session, there
will be held a conference and thought ex
change meeting. Subject for considera
tion, prayer. Good speakers. All seats
FIFTH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCIT,
8th and I sts. no. Rev. Adam Reoch, pas
tor. Preaching at 11 a.'m. Prof. J. W.
Chlckering, D. D., or Kendall Green Insti
tnet, will preach at 8 p. in. Sunday-school,
0:30 a. m.: Jr. C. E.. 3:30 n.. m.: 8r: Cr
EVERY one's life is in their own hands. Why wait until toa late! Thousands of
people would live to be an old age if they would in proper time consult physi
cians who ari positive of a sure cure.
Dr. CZARRA has succeeded when others have failed In all Chronic, Nervous,
Blood and Skin Diseases, Indigestion, Liver, Kidney, Bladder, Urinary Troubles,
Piles, Fistula, Stricture, etc.
A HEW MErHOD for permanent and quick cure of all private diseases and
woman complaints. Vitality restored.
Office Hours : 9 to 12 A. M.; 3 to 8 P. M.
No. 619-621 Pennsylvania Avenue N. W Washington, D. C.
EPWORTIIM.E. CHURCH SOUTH-Cor-ner
Seventh and A streets northeast. Rev.
J. O. Knott, jHistor: U:30 a in., Sunday
scl.n.il; 11 a. in., preaching by Rev Dr. F.
1). Swindell, of North Carolina; 3:30, Jun
ior League service; 7 p. in., S cntor
Epworth League; 8 p. m prcacking by
pastor, subject: Sealed, Anointed,
VIRGINIA AVENUE BAPTISTCHURCH,
1st and II sts. sw. Recular services: Sun
day-school, 0:30 a. in.; missionary prayer
meeting, 3 p. m., 1 1 .'10 a m text, II Kings
10.15, "Is thine heart right as my heart?
If it is, give mo thine lianil. Conic and
sec my zeal fur the Lord;" subject,
"Heart." Evening service, 8 p. in. All
are welcome. Iter. N. Dillartl, pastor.
WESLEY CHAPEL M. E. CHURCH,
corner Fifth anuF streets Rev. C. W.
Baldwin, l.astor. Sunday-school at 915.
Communion service at 1 1 a. m.; Epworth
League at 7 p. in. Address at 8 by Rev.
Ezeklel Tamlnosiau, of Antloch, Syria.
Pray ermeetliigon Thursday evening. Seats
free. All are welcome.
MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sixth street, between L ami M streets
northeast. Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.;
preaching morning and evening by the
pastor, 11 a. m. ami 8 p.m. A paper will
be read before the Ivccuui by Miss Maggie
J. Broaddus at 2:3U p. in.; coiilmunion at
4 p. in. lou are cordially Invited. Rev.
B. M. Brown, pastor.
TUE PEOPLE'S CHURCH, Tjpograph
ical Hall, 423 U street northwest, non
sectarian and independent. Rev. Alex.
Kent, minister. Sermon at 11:10 a. in.
by Mrs. Carrie E. Kent. Beats free. Alt
MARYLAND AVENUE BArTIST
CHURCH, near the corner of Maryland
avenue and Fourteenth street northeast.
Preaching by the pastor. Rev. N. C. Naylor.
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. in.; Sunday School
at 9:30 a. m.; Junior Christian Endeavor
Society at 3 p. in.; Senior Christian En
deavor Society at 7 p. in. Prayer meet
ing every Thursday at 8 p. in. A cordial
Invitation is extended to all to attend
DOUGLAS MEMOR1ALCHURCH. corner
Eleventh and Eighth streets northeast
Rev. John L. Walsh. pasuir. Sunday-school.
9.30 a. in., Robert S. Trimble, superinten
dent; preaching by pastor at 1 1 a. in. nnd
8 p. m. At morning service, communion
anil reception of members. Juvenile Mis
sionary Society. 2:30 p. m., Mrs. Charles
A. Plke.superiiitendent. Hladeushurg Mis
sion, 2:30 p. m.. Rev. L. D. llerroii, superin
tendent. ROseikde Mission, 3 p. in. . Robert
I. Carr.saperlntendent. Epworth League,
7 p. m.. Charles E. Roberts, president.
rravcr meeting, Thursday evening, 8 p.
in., led by pastor. King's Daughters. Fri
day evening, 7:30 p. in., Mrs. J. L. Walsh,
president. The public are cordially in
vited. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH. Fourth
street and Virginia avenue southeastE.
Hez Swem, pastor. Preaching 11a. in.
and 8 p. m., by Dr. F. R. Boston, of Warren
toii. Va. Free pews. All most cordially
UNITED BRETHREN IN CHRIST, ME
MORIAL CHURCH, corner R and North
Capitol streets. Sermon at 11 a. in., to
the children, by the pastor. Rev. J. E. Font.
Sunday-school, at 9:30 a. m.; children's
day exercises, at C.30 p. m. Strangers
CIIURCH,Fourth and li streets southeast.
Rev. George N. Luccock. D. D., pastor.
Preaching tomorrow by the pastor at II
a. m. and 8 p. in. Morning subject, "An
Ironic Assembly;" evening subject, "The
Great Physician." Chorus singing by the
C. E. choir. Snbbath-school. 9:30 a. m.
Y. 1'. S. C. E., C:45 p. m. Prayer meet
ing, Thursday, 8 p. m.
APPOINTMENT FOR HILLSDALE
STATION C. M. E. CHURCH-Suuday.
June 7. 189G. Sunday-school. 9:30 a. in.:
preaching at 11:30 a. in., ny ltcv. w. 11.
Young, and afterwards communion; at
3:30 p. m., the pastor and congregation
will worship at Campbell A. M. E. Church;
at 8:15 p. m. the pastor will preach the
annual sermon of the Traveling Pilgrims
Lodge of the N. U.O., of Chaldeans, No. 30.
All sister lodges of the same are invited.
The choir will render music at eacli service.
Preaching will begin promptly on time, so
come early and secure u scat. J. B. Wash
C. U. CHURCH, Landover, Md.-Rev. A.
G. Harrison, pastor. Sunday-school. 2:30
p. m.; preaching, 8 p. m. Prayer meet
ing, Tuesday, 8 p. m.
FAITH M. E. CHAPEL, Bowen Road
Rev. A. G. Harrison, pastor. Sunday
school, 10 a. m.; preaching, 11 a. in. and
8 p. in.; Young People's meeting, 7 p. m.;
class meeting. 3 p. m.; prayer meeting,
Wednesday, a p. m.
UNITARIAN-ALL SOULS' CHURCH,
Rev. WilliauiR.Algcr of Boston, Mass.. will
preach morning at 1 1 o'clock.subject, "The
Watchword of the Gospel of Humanity:"
evenings" rvieediscootlnucduntil third Sun
day in September. Sunday-school and
Unity Study Class at 9:45 a. m. Young
rcc'pic's meetiug at. o:au p. m. Ait are
EBENEZER M. E. CIIURCH-Corner
Fourth and D streets southeast, M. W.
Clair, Ph. B., pastor. 9 a. m., Sunday
school; 11 a. m.. sermon by pastor; 8
p. in., sermon by Rev. W. II. Brooks, P. E.:
4 p.m., Epworth League. Seats free. All
GURLEY MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH Florida avenue, between Sixth
and Seventh streets northwest. J. Russell
Vcrbryckc pastor. Children's day observ
ed. Morning service. 11 o'clock, bcnnon
to the children; evening service, 7:30
o'clock, exercises by the Sabbath school
children, with short address by Mrs.
L. S. Gates, recently returned from India;
Christian Endeavor scrv.'ce, G:30 o'clock.
All are cordially Invited to these services.
RYLAND M. E. CHURCH 9:15 a. m..
Sunday school; 11 a. rn., by pastor, Rev.
S. M. llartsock, I). D., communion service;
6:45 p. ni.. Y. P. 8. C. E.: 7:45 p. in.,
"The Worth of the Soul." Scats Tree.
Welcome to all.
GLNTON-TEMPLE MEMORIAL PRES
BYTERIAN CHURCn-Corner Fourteenth
and R streets northwest. Rev. G. B. Patch.
D.' D., pastor. Church services, 11 a. m.
and 8 p. ro.. Eev. C. II. Elliott Df Auburn,
N. Y- will preach both morning and even
ing: Sabbath school and Col. Brown's
Bible class. 9:30 a. m.; Junior Society C.
E., 4:30 p. m.; Y. P. 8. C. E., 7 p. m.
Midweek prayer meeting, Thursday, S
HAMLINE M. E. CHURCH, Ninth and P
streets northwest Rev. W. R. Stricklen.
Pastor. Sunddv-school, 9:15 a. 111.; 11a.
in., sacrament or the Lord's supper; 8 p.
m., preaching by the pastor, subject, "If
the Wicked Prosper What is the use of
J'rajer." Epworth League, 7 p. in. Tues
day, consecration; Thursday, church prayer
meeting, 8 p. m. it
THE BRETHRE.Vrf-l'reachlng on Lord's
day, 11 a. 111., at 31i J'enuslvania avenue
southeast; Bible school, at 9:45; Young
People's meeting, at 7:30 p. m.; at 215
Four-and-a-half streov northwest. All wel
come to these services. W. M. Lyon,
street, between C and I).
Morning service with sermon by Rev. B.
Sunderland, 1). I)., at 11 a. 111., followed
by observance of the Lord's supper: even
ing service at 8 p. m, with sermon livHlev.
Presbyterian Church? Sunday School at
9:30; Junior Christian Endeavor at 3:30:
Senior Christian Endeavor at 6:45.
CHRISTADELPHlXNk meet i-M-ry Sun
day in church on lilKtilu sireet, between
F and (V streets northeast; Sunduy school
at 2 o'clock p.m.: services at 3:30 p. in.;
Christndelphiaii League meets In the'
church at 8 o'clock p. hi.
UNION M. E. MMS1.0N-. Tenth and I
streets northeast. Rev. J. T. Reed, pastor.
Preaching 11a. in., by pastor, subject,
"The Reasons of Hope;" Sunday school, 3
11. m.; preaching, 8 p. m., by Rev. F. L.
WAUQII M. E. CHURCH Third and A
streets northeast. Rev. E. Olln Eldridgu
pastor. 9:15 a. m.. Sunday school; 11 a.
ni., communion service and reception of
members; 7 p.m.. Epworth League prayer
meeting; 8 p. in., sermon by the pastor
to the IndepeiidentOrderof Good Templars.
Monday. K p.m., Epworth League "Apple
Social." Thursday, 8 p. m., prajer meet
ing. Seats free.
aud L streets northwest. Services
nt 11 a. m. anil 8 p. m.; Sunday school.
9:45 a . iu.; Young People's Union. 7 p. m.:
Rev. A. G. Rogers, u. D., pastor, a. m., "A
chapter of calamities trrc- tragic side of
life seen in the light of divine fatherhood;"
p. in., the seventh nnd dosing sermon in
the present series f illustrated sermons
on St. Paul, subject, "The apostle's life
in Rome faithful unto death.'1 The serv
ice win close with appropriate hvmns ren
dered" by tiie ctioir. ah welcome.
DEDICATION OF FIFTEENTH STREET
M. E. CHURCH Corner R northwest. Rev.
W. W. Van A rsd.ile pastor. Sunday school.
9:30 a.m.: sermon. 11 a.m., by Rev. J.
W. Hamilton. D. D., of Cincinnati, O.;
3:30 p. m.. by Rev. L. T. Townseml. D. D.,
or IIihioii. Mass., and S p. ni., by Rev. C.
H. Pavne. li- IL. or New York; dedica
torial " service conducted by Bishop
Hurst or New York. Special iuu
sic. Morning service, solo, "The
Lord Is Mr Light." by J. 11. Marsh, Miss
Lillian Hunt:, solo and chorus. "I Will
Magnify Thee. O God," by Ales: L. Pre
vost. Mrs. Mctcalf and choir. Afternoon
service, solo, "Nearer, My God. to Thee,"
by A. J. Holden. Miss Eliza bcth Walily:
anthem. "O Praise the Lord." by the
Earl of Wilton, choir; solo, selected. Mr.
Pcrcey Foster. Evening service, solo, "The
Holy City." by Stephen Adams, Miss
Lillian Hunt; solrwiud chorus, "Like as a
Father Pltyetn." airs. Metcair am) choir;
solo, selected. Mr. Alfonso Rice. Director,
J. Frank Metcair; cornetist. Dr. W. E.
liifrcndiirfcr; organist. J. Albert Shade.
Epworth League, 7 p.m.
THEOSOPHY-Lecture, "Conforming to
New Environments," by James Albert
Clark, editor or Free Quilt, Laurel, Md.,
Sunday. 8 p. m.; stutlv class for members.
Siindav. 11 a.m., at Wimodaughsis rooms,
1328 1 street northwest.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Corner Tenth and G streets northwest,
Rev.S. M. Newman. 1). D., pastor. Preach
ing by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 8 p. 111.;
music by quartet and chorus, led by Dr.
Ilischorf. organist: Sunday school, 9:30
a. m.; Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m.
EASTERN TRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Maryland avenue and Sixth sireet north
east Rev. Thomas Chalmers Eastou, D.D.,
pastor, will preach at 11 a. in., subject
"Among the Rucks," a discourse to young
people: and at 7:45 p. in.. Rev. Dr. Gates,
missionary from India, will give an illus
trated address on that, ancient empire
"India." The best Tnuslo will he ren-den-l;
pastor's class fur young men at
9:30 a. m.; Sabbatbtsqbool, 9:30 a. ro.:
Y. P- 8. O. E. J III) iocs meet 3 11. ni.. nnrl
Seniors at 0:45 p. m."'Etrangers cordially
invited. w a '
ISRAEL METROPOLITAN C. M. E.
CHURCH, comer Firs?, and B street routh
west.. Rev. H. Scb Doyle, pastor Preach
ing at 11 a. 111. and 8 p. m.: morning
snlliect. "Followluir fn the Wake of
Christ:" evening subject, "Christ Endur
ing Love;" Christian 'Endeavor prayer
meeting Thursday evening; Sunday-school,
9:30 a. in. L. A. Irtish, superintend
ent. All invited: seatsrfrec.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. First Church of
Christ, Scientist, Willard.Hall, P and Four
teenth streets. At 1 111. hi.,subject,"Warn
ing to the Disciples." Mr. and Mrs. John
F. Linscolt, C. S. u's,t readers. Seats
rree. All are invited. "
FOUNDRY M. E. CHURCH, two blocks
directly east from the White House, cor
ner Fourteenth and G streets northwest.
Rev. Dr. Oliver A. Brown, pastor. 11 a.
m., address by the pastor and communion;
S p. m., preaching by the pastor on "Our
Ideals;" 9:30 a. ni., Sunday School: 7
S. m., Epworth League. Prayer meeting
p. m. Thursday. You are Invited to all
NINTH STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCn,
corner Ninth and D streets northeast. E.
B. Bagby, pastor. Children's Day celcbr -
tion at 10 a. in.: sermon by pastor at 8
S. ni., subject, "What Must I Do to Be
aved;" Y. P.- S. C. E. at 7 p. m.
MILE8 MESIORIAL CHURCII, Third
street, between L nnd New York avenue
northwest. Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.;
11 a. ni., preaching by the pastor: 3 p..
m . preaching by the twelve-year-old buy
preacher and communion; 8 p. in., sermon
by thetwelvc-yen'-oli b-iy prencher. Grand
rally all day. You are invited. Christ
Ian Endeavor, 5p.m. J. C.Martin, pastor.
CENTRAL M.P. CHURCH TwcKth and
M northwest. Rev. 8. J. Smitli pastor.
11a. m.. "-The Coronation or Jesus;" 8
p. m.. "The Conclusion," seventh or tcnes
on "Why I Believe the Bible to Be the.
Word or God;" Sunday school. 9:30 a.
rn.; Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. Come.
Wnsiiinirton. D. C. June '1. 1800.
Bcaled propo.iis will hi- received at tins
Department until 2 o'clock p. in., WEDNLS
DAY, June 24, 1896. from practical riag
niakers only, for making and trimming
flags (the government to rurnlsh the
bunting), for the United States Revenue
Cutter Bcrvlce, during the fiscal year end
ing June 30, 1867. Blank forms or pro
posal can be obtained upon application to
tiie Division of Revenue Cutter Bcrvlce.
Treasury Dciartnient. The- right is re
served to reject any or all bids and to
waive detects. C. B. HAMLIN, Acting
D. C. May ::, 18u. Sealed proposals will
be received at this office until 2 o'clock
p. m. on the 18th DAY OF JUNE. 1800,
and opened immediately' thereafter, for
all the labor and materials required for
the low pressure steam heating appar
atus for the extension to the United States
Uurcauor Engraving and Printingat Wash
ington, D. C, In accordance with draw
ings and specification, copies of which
may be had at this ofricc or at the orftce
of the superintendent at the building.
Each bid must be accompanied by a cer
tified check for a sum not liss than -per
cent of the amount of the proposal.
The right is reserved to reject any or all
bids and to waive any defect or informal
ity iu any bid should it be deemed Jn the
interest, or ii.e government u uo so. ah
proposals received after the time stated
will be returned to the burners. Pro
posals must be inclox'd in envelopes. sealed
and marked "Proposal for the low pressure
steam heating apparatus for the extension
to the U. S. Bureau or Engraving and
Printing at Washington. D. C," and ad
dressed to WILLIAM MARTIN AIKEN.
Should be read daily by all Interested, as
changes may occur at any time.
FOREIGN MAILS for the week ending
June 0. Ih06, close promptly at this or
flce as follows:
PRINTEII MATTER. K 1 C.-Gcrman
steamers sailing from New York on Tues
days, Thursdays, and Saturdays, take
prim d mutter, etc, Tor Germany, and
specnlly addressed printed matter, etc.,
for clier iarts of Europe.
Whac Star Meamers Milling from New"
York on Wednesdays take specially ad
dressed printed matter, etc.. Tor Europe.
Cunard stejiners sailing trom New York
on Saturdays take printed matter, etc.,
for Great Britain and Ireland, and sreunlly
addressed printed matter, etc., for other
parts of Europe.
The American and French Line steamers
sailing rroiu New York take printed mat
ter, etc., for all countries for which they
are advertised to carry mall.
Malls for China. Japan, and Hawaii,
per s. s. Peru, from San Francisco, cb se
here daily up to May 31. at I1-30 p. m.
Mails for China. Jap-in and Hawaii, per
s. s Coptic, from San Traneisco. close hero
d.'lly up tojnno fint 6-30 p. m.tb).
Malls ror Hawaii. er s s. Australia,
from San Francisco, rlcse here dally up
to June 10. at 6-30 p. m.
Malls for China anil Japan, per s. s.
Olwnpia. from Tacom.i, ch se here dally
up to June 15. at C:30 p. m. (b).
Mails for China anil .lapnu specially
nililrewed oiilv. per s. s. Empress 01 Japan,
from Vancouver, close here dally up to
June 15. nt f.;30 p. m.(lj)
Malls for Australia (except thoe rcr
West Australia, which are rorwarded via
Europe). New Zealand, Hawaii. Fiji, anil
Sninoan Islands, per s. s. Alntnfda. from
San rmiirico. close here daily up to
June 20. at 6:30 p. m.(b)
Mulls Tor Australia, except West Austra
lia. Hawaii anil Fiji-Islands (si ecially
aihlresseil onlv). per s. s. .Vlowera. fn 111
Vancouver, close here dally alter June
21). and up to June 23, nt 11:30 p. in. I In
Malls ror the Society Islands, per ship
Tropic Bird. Irom Sun Francisco, close
here dallv up to June 24. at 6.30 p. m.
Trans-Pacific mails are forwarded to
the port or sailing dally, and the schedule
ot 1 losing Is arranged in the presumption
of their uninterrupted overland transit.
(a). Registered mall closes at 10 a. m.
same day (b)Registered mall closes at
1 p. m. same day. (c)Rcglstercd mail
closes at 6 p. m. same day. (diRegis
tcred mail doses at 6 p. m. previous
day. (etliegtstered mall closes at 1 p.
ni. Tuesdays aud Saturdajs. (H Regis
tered mall closes at 6 p. m. Saturday.
JAMES P WILLETT. Postmaster.
MONEY WASTEDASD TO LOAS.
FROM $25 and upward to loan on
stocks, bonds, first and second trusts,
chattels, warehouse receipt, etc., at low
est rates. B. L. McKNIGUT, 616 E st.
SlO.OOO to loan in sums of $500 nnd
up; city property; 5 ami 0 per cent
W. J. DUGA.N. Room 2, 472 La. ave. nw.
WE vv.iut one thousand liorrowers who
desire from $50 to $10,000 each on
stocks, bonus, trusts, loan association
certllicales, ware-house receipts and life
or tontine policies in old line companies:
no delay; no chattel mortgages, taken.
YERKES A BAKER, 40 to 46 Metzerott
Building. 1110 F6t. nw.
MONEY to loan; lowest rates of Inter
est; 110 delay ir security is satisfactory
wr.SCOTT. WILCOX A HIESTON. l!lo7
Tn. avc. nw. mylG-3mo
MONEY TO LOA.N-L.irge sum
at 6 and o 1-2 per cent on D. 0. real
estate; $250, $500. $760. etc.. at 6 per
cent; all transactions conducted with eco
nomical consideration for borrowers. WM
H. bAUNliERBA-CO.. l407Ftt.nw. nirS
MONEY to loan at 5 and o per cent on
District of Columbia really; no delay if
ecurlty Is satisfactory.
WALTER U. ACKER. 704 14th nw
FOR SALE A ticat cottage; nearly
new; 4 rooms; right at depot on R. R.
to Baltimore; 12 miles out; clear, pure, un
equaled watcron theplace:a very desirable
home; terms, one-third cash; balance in
one ajul Iwo years; possession at once. Ap
ply to A.J. SWARTZ, 603 Oth st. nw.
FOR SALE Beautiful 15-acre farm;
splendid home; fruit; shade: good
water; healthy: 5-rootu house: 1 1-2 miles
Irom village; 27 miles from Washington;
$800. GEO. KREBS, Uerndon, Fairfax
county, Va. it
FOlt SALfi-.Vw house or 4 rooms:
l..roeiitiua luel; water near door; plenty
shade; good place to raise poultry; 10
miles southwest of Washington, D . C;
2 1-2 miles from station. MRS. LAURA
V. TOWN, Anandale; Fairfax County, Va.
FOR SALE 123 acres of excellent
garden Irult and meadow land; plenty
good water: three building sites: three
miles to station: 18 miles southwest of
Washlnglon. D. C; will divide 125 acres
to suit buyers: sell cheap: good title.
MRS. LAURA V. TOB1N, Anandale, Fair
fax county. Va. myl.'-r.s.s,4w
FOURTH PRESUYTERIAN CHURCH
Ninth street, between G and 11 strecti
norttiwest. Rev. Joseph T. Kelly pastor.
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. in. and
at 8 p. in.; Sabbath school. 9:30 a. in.:
1. r. a. u. u., 1 p. m. i-rayer meeting
Thursday at8 p.m. Everybody welcome.
ASBURY M. E. CHURCH. Eleventh and
K streets northwest-Rev. I. L. Thomas.
D. 1).. pastor. 5 a. m., prayer anil praise
meeting; 9:15 a. m Sunday-school; 11
a. in., holv communion; 4 p. ill., Epworth
League; 7 p. m consecration service; 8
p. m., sermon by the pastor; Mrnday, 8
p. m., social department, Epworth League
solos, recitations and addresses Folitc
ushers. Come early. All are invited.
METROPOLITAN M. E. CHURCH, Four
ana a-nair and C streets nortnvvest. Rev.
Hugh Johnston, D. I)., pastor. 11a. m..
Rev. L. B. Wilson, D. D., presiding elder;
7:35 p. ni., Rev. J. H. M. Lemon; 9:30 a.
m., Sunday School; 3 p. ni., Chinese School;
6:45 p. in., Epwortli League; 8 p. in.,
Thursday, prayer meeting.
THE NORTHEAST BAPTIST CHURCH,
on First street, between C and D streets
northeast. Sunday School at 9 a. m.: the
pastor, Rev. J. H. Robinson, will preach
at 11 a. m. ana 6 p. m.: Christian En-
-deavofer at 7:30 p. m., the pastor will
NORTH CAROLINA AVENUE M. P.
CHURCH , corner North Carolina avenu c and
Eighth street. B. B. Janies.,pastor. 11
a. in.. Children's Day service; 8 p. m.,
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper; 7:15 p.
m., Y. P. B. C. E.
MARVIN M. E. CHURCH SOUTH. Tenth
and B streets southwest. Preaching at
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. by pastor. Rev. W.
F. Locke. Communion at morning service.
TRINITY P. E. CHURCH, Third and C
streets northwest. 11 a. m., litany ser
mon and Holy Communion; 8 p. nu, even
ingprayer and sermon; Sunday School, 9:30
a. m. and 3 p. ni. Service and lecture
every Wednesday. 8 p. in. Strangers al
ways cordially welcomed.
EPIPHANY CHAPEL, Twelfth and C
streets southwest. Rev-A. M. Hilhker. in
nharce. Seats free at all services. Sun
day School, 9:30 a. in.; morning prayer, 1 1
n n. rM.tl.lrA.l'n -x.ririr-n n n .1 hn.tllc... M.QO
p", nu; Men's Bible Class, 7 p. in.; evening
prayer, 8 p. m.
iam II. Chapman; pastor. Sunduy School
at 10 a. ro : preaching at 11:30 a. in., by
Rev. W. H. Black; service at 8 p. m., con
ducted by the Epworth League. Prayer
teivico Wednesday evening.
FOBEGNT-1 have 4 small houses
that I will exchange for some good
business or country place. BUSINESS , this
office. Jo6-3 frein
FOR BENT Brick house; bay window;
all mod. Imps.; 6 rooms and bath. 1837
12th nw.; $2a.Sl per month. ARTHUR
E .H. MIDDLETON, 015 lltll nV.
FOR RENT-C28 C st. ncj six-room
brick houser a. jn. f- Inquire on prem-.
1021 VT. AVE. WW.-fine resi-
uence; all niouern conveniences; terms,
$125 per month. J. C. SPltiaa. JR..
142-1 N. Y. avc. niy22:3m
store; cellar, 7 rooms and bath; 2 show
windows; electric light; stable; yard; re-
duced. Apply 1848 5th tt. nw. JcC-3t
FORBENT-At Coloulal Beach, new
U-routn cottage, with well and shade;
cool, central ligation; unrur.; rent, $75.
For terms address CUAB. BARRACK,
Oak Grove, Va. JuB-3l-em
"FOR RENT-8-room house; m. 1.; la
fine order: Printing Office square, 1st
St. pw., near II, No. 739; key next onor;
r. ii 11 iriAv ii -1 ij : 1.-1 i. ':':i
,v st. sc.
FOR RENT S-roi,m brick nouse, 317
Delaware avc. nc.; modern improve
ments; rent, $20.50; key at 13 C St. 11c.
Apply 1704 Oregon avc. nw. Jc4-3t
FOR RENT -House. 220( 1 st. nw.. 7
rooms, sale alley, and large lot: water,
gas, and running water closet outside:
lii.50 per mo Apply to P. O'CALLAG-UAls'-J
'"M unit I sts nw. lug-fit
FOR RENT The larger part of a
I4r. house. In perfect repair, consisti'ig
of parlor, dining-room, kitchen, six bed
rooms, and bath. Inquire at &05 11th St.
nw., between 10 and 3. my3o-7t,em
1717 Hth, lOr.
Sll T. Dr.
1611 18th, Or
18SI Ittb. er...
hVZ Seaton ne,
71V II ne. 7r...
1IGS K se, dr..
IK1 Kv. ave c. Cr 40.0J
FRANl'c'l. GREGORY. 817 F It. nw.
FOlt RENT HOU.M5S FUIINISIIED.
FOR RENT Fnrnished 10-roorri
house I u 11 w.; facing north and Eouth;
near three lines of cars; well furnished;
screened: rent $20 per month. Address
SUMMER B., this office. lt,em
FOR SALE $1,200 for Sr. unck
nouse. 1-.1 N st. se.: $300 cash, bal.
$10 per monih. Watchman on premises.
JOHN F. DONOHOE, 308 E. Cap. st,
FOR SALE-House 326 Lincoln St..
Anaeostia, on easy terms. Apply T.
FOR SALE-Three 5-rooin houses and
lots, near railroad station: will be sold
cheap ror cash. Inquire or N. KEYSER
A SONB.IIennlng. P.O. iiiv2H-14i.oin
FOR SALE-Pretty H-rooin ami oath,
uo -winnow brick; largo concrete cel
lar: cost $3,250: v. ill sell for $2,250: as
sume trust of $1.800;nay $150 cash, and
$300 iu monthly Instalments: anil rou may
ha ve it; look at U today. JOUNF.PARET.
14t t ft t. mr2-tt
WANTED-Bicvles enameled any col
or; first-class Work. Leave jour order
1211 lltll 11 w. Jc5-3t
FOR SALE-A "93 Rambler: model
1 1: with uew "96 tires; in good condi
tion: 550 cash. Address JOS.LEIGUTON.
1621 a 1st, nw. Je4-3t
HIGH GRADE BICYCLES
Muiiger's Birdie sieci.il and Boyd
Special: simple, strong, durable, and fully
guaranteed. WORCESTER CYCLE MFG.
CO.. agency. 1630 14tn st. nw. my30-lm.
MONEY talks; Light
'lift iiriees:iruar.inleeil !
i'G bicycles nt
sample at KAISER, the watchmakers. 1022
14th T. nw. je-n;
BlCVfll.W !ar-ins 2"-tn. wheels,
ladies' or gents', '90 make, listed at $65,
$S0, we will sell for a few days at $44. $58
cash; all guaranteed. A. B. CARPENTER.
14th and Park sts.. Mt.Pleasant. my30-lm
It AIL HO ADS.
6TATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
In Effect 7:35 P.M., May 17. 1800.
PITTSBURG EXPRESS. -BuUct Parlor
Car, Harrlshurg to Pittsburg.
10.30 A.M. PENNSYLVANIA LIM
II ED . Pullman Slccjiiug, Dining, Smok
ing, aud Observation Cars Harrlshurg to
Chicago, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St.
Louis. Cleveland , and Toledo. Buffo t Par
lor Car lo Harrlsburg.
10.30A. M. FAST LINE.-Fullmaa
Buiret Parlor Car to Harrlsburg. Par
lor and Dining Cars, Harrlsburg to Pitts
burg. 8-.-4P P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
EXrilES3!-I'ullinau Buffet Parlor Cor
to Harrlsburg. bleeping and Dining Cars,
Harrisburg lo St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louis
ville, and Chicago.
T.XO P. M. WESTERN EXPRES3.
Pullman Sleeping Car to Chicago, and
Harrlsburg lo Cleveland. Dining Car to
T.XO P.M. SOTJTHWESTERN EX
PRLtiS7 Pullman Sleeping and Dining
Cars to St. Louis, ana Sleeping Car, Har
rlsburg to Cincinnati.
10.40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS.
Pullman Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
7.BO A. M. for Kane. Canaudilgua,
Rochester, aud Niagara Falls daily, ex
X0.30 A. at. for Elraira and Renovo.
dally, except ouuday. For Lock Haven
week days and Wllllamsport Sundays,
3.40 p. m.
T.XO P. M.for Wllllamsport, Rochester.
Buffalo anil Niagara Falls daily, except
Katurday, with Sleeping Car Washing
ton to Suspension Bridge via Buffalo.
X0.40 P. M. for Erie, Cauandalgua,
Rochester, Burralo aud NIacara Foils
daily. Sleeping Car Wasnaigtoc lo EI
For PIilIadelpUln.Novv York and tile
4.00 P. M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIM
ITED." daily, all Panor Cars, with
Dining Car from Baltimore. Regular
nt 7.00 (Dining Car), 7.20, 9.00, 10 00j
(Dining Carhaud 11.00 (Dining Car rrora
Wilmington) a. in., 12.45, 3.15. 4.20,
6.40, 10 oo, and 11.35 p.m. On Sunday,
7.00 (Dining Car). 7.20, 9.00, 11.00
(Dining Car trom Wilmington) a.m., 12.15
3.15. 4.20. 6.40, 10.00, ana 11.35 p. m.
For Philadelphia only. Fast Express, 7.50
a. ni. week days. Express, 12.15 wees
days. 2.01 anil 5.40 p. m. dally. For
Boston without change, 7.60 a.m. week
days and 3.15 p.m. daily.
Atlantic City (v'a Delaware River Bridge,
all rail route;, 3:10 . in. dally; (via
Market Street Ferry). 10.00. 11.00 a. in.
Mid 12' 15 p. in. week-dass, 1 1.35 p. in.
dull, nnd n Oil a. in Saturdays onlv.
For Baltimore. 6.25. 7:00, 7.20, 7.co;9.00;
10 00, 10 30; 11.00, and ll.r.O a.m..
12.15. 12 45. 2.01. 3 10, 3.40, (4.00
Limited), 4'20. 4.36, 5.40, 0 05. 6.40;
7.10, 10 00, 10.40, 11.16, and 11.35
"p. m. On Sunday, 7.00, 7:20, 9 00,
9 05, 10.10, 1100 a. m, 12.15, 1.15,
2.01, 3 15, 3.40 (4 00 Limited), 4.20,
6.40, 6 05, 6.40, 7.10, 10.00, 10.40,
and 11.35 p. m.
For Pope's Creek Line, 7.20 a. m.nnd 4.38
S. m.. uany, except Sunday. Sundays.
.05 a. m.
For Annapolis, 7.20, 9.00 a. nu. 12.15
and 4.20 p. nu, dally, except Sunday.
Sundays. 6.00 a. m. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Rich
mond, points on Atlantic Coast Line,
4.30 a. m.. 3.46 p. m., dally. Richmond
and Atlanta. 8.40 p. nu, dally. Rich
mond only, 10.57 a. nu. week days
Accommodation for Quantlco, 7:15 n.
nu, daily, and 4.25 p. m , week days.
For Alexandria, 188.8.131.52,7 45.8.40,9.45,
10.57, 11.50 A. M., 12.00, 1.40. 3.20.
4.25. 5 00. 5.37, 6.15. 8.02, 10.10. and
11.42 P. M. On 8unaays at 4.30. 7.45,
9.45 A. M., 2.45, 6.1B, 8.02, and 10.10
Leave Alexandria for Washington 6.08,
6.43, 7.06, 8.00. 9.10, 10.15? 10.28 A
M., 1.00, 2.15, 3.00, 3.23, 5.00. 5.30.
6.13. 7.00, 7.20. 9.10, 10.52. nnd 1 1.08
P. M. On Sunday at 6.43. 9.10, 10.28
A. M., 2.15, 5.30, 7.00, 7.20, 9.10. and
10.52 P. M,
Ticket ofrices. corner Fifteenth and O
streets, and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left ror the
checking or baggage to destination from
hotels and residences.
8. M. PREVOST, J. R. WOOD,
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
New York Southampton (London-ParU)
Twin-screw U. S. Mall Stca us'aips.
Sailing every Wednesday,
Berlin, BatJunG.10an) ' Ohin,Sat.Tun2;,10am
St. Paul.. Jun 10- 10am I St. Paul. Julvl. U am
Paris.Sar.JuiilXIOain Paris.Sat Julv4.I0ai
New Y'k.Jun 17.10am I New Y'fc. Jnly 8. 10am
St. Louis,Jtin'-l lua'n ( St. Louis. Julyl5,10am
RED STAR LINE.
NEW YORK TO ANTWERP.
TtEUl.IN Saturday. Juno 0.10am.
SOUTH WARK. Wednesday, June 10, 33aiu
NORDLAND Wed., June 17. 12 noon.
FRIESL.VND Saturday June 21, 12 noon.
Intemntionnl Navigation Comptny.
piers 14 and 13, North ltivcr. Officii J. Bow-UsgGicL-u,
GEO. W. JIOSs, Agent
V-l Ptaua. Ave.
FULL DRESS Bulls to hire Special
price i to giuuuntes; fine, taUor-mado
suits, $1. JULIUS COHEN. 1104 7tn
st. nw. Jo5-6t
MME. THEO. medium and card
reauer, can be consulted on business
nnd love affairs of lire; communications
strictly confidential; German spoken; all
hours; 26c. to 60c 92911 st.nw. Je5-3t
SIRS. ZOLLER. medium, can be con
sultedon all aiTalrs- of lire; 50c. and
SI. 8136tlist.nw..bet.Haud I. Je5-3t
FEE UNTIL CURED.
Specialist in alt forms of private diseases.
Hydrocele. Variocele and Stricture cured.
consultation rree. Hours, a to 12, to o,
Tues.. Thurs. and Saturdays; evening,? to
8. 602 F st. nw. myl5-tf
A. blessing, and that's a fac we are
selling splendid custom-made suits, the
least bit worn, at figures that you'll dream
about: look this up. JL'STU'S OLD
STAND. G19 D st.nw. le2-7t
DETECTIVE agency and bureau ot
linormaiion; detective work In all IU
branches in the United States and Canada:
all business strictly confidential: ten
years' experience In Washington. D. C.;
persons deiting first-class detective serv
te should mil on li. u t upav mnK
TRAMMELL. office 612" F tt. nw." Wash
Ington. P. C. Je2-2w
aiME. FRANCIS-Card reader and
medium; life given from cradle to
grave; 25 and 60 cents. 324 East Cap
itol St.; hours 9 to 9. jel-7t
HALEE-MEDIUM-ieUs your life. bos.
mess, love affairs, lost or stolen prop
erty, friends, enemies, removes spells.
causes speedy marriages, unites the sep
arated and gives good lurk; hours 9 to 9
daily; 25 and 50c. 925 II St. nw.mylO-lmo
r life; business
lo 9; fee.
4 1-2 and Oth
60 cents. 480
GET estimate on brass signs; physicians'
auii ucniists signs uiuy . uiau-
1IAN, Engraver, 1
Minnesota avc Ana
blooh ABOVE THE TEMPLE OF TUB
The great opportunity of yonr life Is
now to know what the future has in store
DR. MARY GORDON,
THE GREATEST SECOND-SI GHT-BEEB
Of coming events. Acknowledged by press
and people without a peer In her prof esslon.
Can be consulted on all affairs of life.
I would Invite all who are in troublo or
wish to know what the fates nt fortuno
hold In store for them to give mo a calL
Each caller will be granted a private inter
view, nod all business strictly confidential.
"A word to the wise Is sufiicient." Offlco
and residence, 52913th st.nw., Washington.
LET us sei.tt a caso of Itmiicr hrewlng
dollar a cast-. Drop nosial Washing
ton agency, 421 loth st. nw.
DR. TAYLOR. M P t. nw..malEe
Mil sets of teeth ror $5; satisfaction
gunrametMl; teeth extracted without pal eg
gold filling. $1 ; amalgam. 50c. e4-tf
LADIES needing comltU-aujl treat
ment A safe ana sine relief In all
female trouble, constipatlo.i. Irregulari
ties, tumor, rancer. rplum 1 ablt. fistula.
lc Separate rooms for patients berore
and during confinement. 10! find homes
for inranis It required. Strictly confiden
tial. MRS. DR. RENNER. Id Fourth st
op., near K Capitol st . Washington, D. C.
nw., carpet lining, felt, lire brick, and
clay.asiiestos, paints, brushes, llmr, cement.
two and three-ply roofing materia). ap21tf
RAIL ROUTE TO
Train Every Ilonr.
The route KivlDg an opportunity of seeing
all points for the tourist, in Alexandria, and
takes bat two and one-half hours for the
Pake trains Penn. R. R. station, 9:45, 1057.
ll:7a. in.; 1?;50, 1:10, 3r.O p. in. Also Alexan
dra Ferry, Toot of 7th fit., OjTO. 10:30, 11:30a.
m.; 12:0. 1:"0, 2:00 p. in. Fare, Washington to
.Mount Vernon and return, Ui cenU.
Schedule in eitect May ao. IC96.
Leave Washington Irom station corner ot
New Jersey" avenue and C street.
For Chicago and Northwest. Vestibule
Limited trains 1 1:30 am., 8.05 p. m.
For Cincinnati, Bt. Louis and Indianap
olis, Vesiinuled Limited, 3:45 p. m., ex
press, 1 2:16 night.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, expresa
dally 1 1:30 a. in. aud 6:40 p m.
For Lexington and Staunton, 11:30a. m.
For Wiucnester ami way stations. 05:30
For Iairay, Natural Bridge. Roanoke,
Knoxville. Chattanooga. Memphis and
New Orleans, 10:60 p. m. daily; sleeping
For Luray, 3:45 p. m, daily.
For Baltimore, week dajs, 5:00, 6:30.
x7:o0, .7:u5, x7:10, x7:30, x8:00, 8:30.
x9:30, x!0:00, xl2:oo a.m.; xl2:05, 12:10.
X12U13, X3-.0U, 3.23, X4.1'S. 4.32, X5.05.
X5.10, x5.30.5J5. X0.2O, 6Jtll.x8.ll0, 8.15.
X9.20, 11.15, xll.50, p. nu: and X12.01
night. Sundays, x7.05, x7.10, 8.30, X9.00.
xio.oo, a. in.; Xl2.03, X12.33. l.oo, X3.00.
3.25. 11-. " 05. Xo.lO.U-tO.x8.00. X9.20.
11.15. xll-50 p.m., X12.01 nlght.
For Annapolis, 7.11) and S.au a.m.: 12.10
ami 4-2t P- in. Sundays, &.30 a.m., 4.32
P-Fmf Frederick, aO.00, bl 1.30 a. m., cl.16.
b4.30, h3.30 p. m.
For Hagcrstown, bl 1.30 a. m., and b5.30.
lor Boyd and waypolnts. week days 9.00
a. m.. 4.30. 6.30, 7.05 p. m. Sundays.
U.OO a. in., 1.15, 7.05 D. nu
For Gaitnersourg ano way points, weelc
days, 7.00, 9 (JO a. m.. 12.10, 3.00. 4.30.
4.3J7 5-20, 6 35, 7.tjo, 11 jo p. m. Sun
days, 9.00 a ra, 1.15, 5.30, 7.06.10.25
P'l-o"r Washington Junctlonand waypolnts.
aii.OO a. nu. cl.15 p. m. Express trains
stoppiug at principal stations only, b4.30.
b5.30 p. m.
For my Ridge, week days. 9:15 a. m.
and 4'2n p. m. Sundays. 9:35 a. m.. 1:30
and 3.1 5 p. in.
ROYAL ULlir. LINE FOR NEW YORK
All trains llluminati-n with j'nitsch light
For Philadelphia, New York, Ilrston and
the East, week days , on, 7.05, 8.00.
(10 00 a. m. Dining Car). 12 00, 12.35,
3 oo (0.O5 Dining Car). 8.00 p. m. (12.01
uiclit. Sleeping Caropeii at loxO o'clock).
Suiiilavs. (7.0f Dlciug Can. tO.no a. rn.
Dining' Car). (12.35 Dining Car). 3.00,.
(6.00 Dining Car), &.00, (12.01 night.
Sleeping Car open ror passengers 10.00
Buffet Parlor Cars on nil trains.
Tor Atlantic City, 10 00 a.m., 12 00 noon,
Sundays, 12:35p. ni,
DExcept Sunday. aDally. cSuntlay only
xExprcss train. j
Baggage called for and checked from ho
tels and residences by Union Transfer Com
pany, on orders left at' ticket offices, 619
Pennsylvania avenue northwest. New YorK
avenue and Fifteenth street.aiid at depot.
WM B.GREENE, CHAS. O. SCULL.
Gen Manager. Gcn.Pass.Acent-
(PIEDMONT AIR LINE.)
(Seliedulcln effect 10 p.m. May 17.1896.)
All trains arrive auu leave at Pennsylva
nia passenger station.
8 a.m. Daily, local for Danville connects
at Manassas lor Strasburg. daily, except
Suntl.iv. and at Lynchburg with the Nor
folk and Western, daily, nnd with the Ches
apeake and Ohio, daily for the Natural
Bridge and Clifton Forge.
11:15a.m. Daily.the UNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman llufrct Sleep
ers. New York and Washington to Jackson
ville, uniting at Charlotte with Pullman
81cepc-r for Augusta, also Pullman Sleeper
New York to New Orleans, via .Montgomery,
connecting at Atlanta with Pullman Sleep--r
ro-.nirmlncham. Memphis and St. I .mil
I 4:01 p.m. Local for Front Royal, River-
ton and MirasuurB. u.iuj, i-tccpi, ounaiy.
4:51 p.m. Dally.locairorCharlottesvllle
10:4.1 p.m. Dally. WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN VESTIBULED. LIM
ITED, composed of Pullman vcstlbuled
sleepers, dining cars and day coaches.
Pullman sleepers New York to AsheviUe
and Hot Springs. N.C.; New York toTampa.
via. Charlotte. Columbia, Savannah, and
Jacksonville, and New YorK 10 Memphis
via Birmingham: New York lo NewOrleans.
via Atlanta, aud Montgomery. Vestlbuled
day coacu Washington to Atlanta. Southern
Railway diulng cur,, Ureeusboro to Mont
"trains ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington 9:01 a. in.
dally. 1:00 p. in. and 4:43 p. m. daily,
except Sunda y.and 6: to p. in. Rundaysonlr,
for Round IUU, 4:32 p. m.; daily. exccS
Sunday, for Lccsburg and 6:25 p. m.
daily lor Herndon. Returning, arrivo al
Washington 8:26 a. in. ami 7.00 p. rn.
dally, and 3:00 p. in. daily. Exreptl8tut.
day frnin Round Hill and 7:06 a. m.
dallv except Sunday. Irom Herndon, and
8:34 a. dally, except Sunday, fraa
Througn trains from the South arrive at)
Washington 6:42 a. nu. 2:20 p. m. and
t,-40 p. m., dally, Manassas- division;
10.00 a. nu, daily, except Sunday, and
8:40 a. m.. dally, from Charlottesville.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation and In
formation furnUned at ortlces 511 and
1300 Pennsylvania avenue, and nt Penn
ylvnuui Ri'ilroail Passenger Station.
TY. II. GREKN, Gen. Supt.
J.'M. COLP, Trnfflo Munnger.
"W. A. TUBK, Gen. Film.. Aj;cnt.
L. s. liUOWN, Gen. Act. Pas. Sand
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