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TELE WASTZTNGiTOlZ TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1895.
No advertisement less than 10s.
No advertisement less than 10c
No advertisement loss than 103.
So advertisement less than 10a.
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No advertisement less than 103.
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No advertisement loss than 10s.
Sir James O'Domicl -was, ana 1b, a
proofreader on a morning newspaper. He
Kh to wort; at 7 o'clock each evening,
awd six nlgiils In the week he quits an
Ihhw wsi midnight, locks up hit. pipe and
iled paucjts, wns"be Ids bands in ii very
dtwewrtMe looking lavatory, puis on his
hat art coal and goes home
The seventh night he "stands the dog
TvaUSi" 4Mit 1s, he remains at Tils iost
X1U oksloci: in the morning.
If Ue oHy, country and foreign oorre
fijMltHJth lttwvc xlMsaiWilves James has
little lo do after 1 o'clock those long
nghu wtd Juki plenty of lime to do it jn.
JJw wMMtttaves an aHHoymg lcporter "will
lu up a big story at 2 o'clock in the
miorniug some millionaire -murdered
-openly or nianied secretly, tome fire that
Uitmbtsim total destruction of erowded
bomes, some coitfefcston of a ciimiual on
whom the public eye it. riveted arid the.
jiigirt editor orders u beoond edition.
Or, if tie reporter behaves himself, the
cirtiMW" OBrrefepondeiK ms ltkelj- to rush in
-a story -uk important to slight, or the ca
ble may begin to flash and bother with
-empty news about someempty hendoabroad
rowra or otherwise and the rtasult is
Mr. James O'Donnol has to "wake up
.and read proof.
ynis was the night Of the long watch,
iiimtlw veto-ail sat there waning patently,
as la? always did, but with more time limn
lie oltt use to advauuigc. He "watched
the clock and wondered ira man omild 6ee
the movement of Uie minute hand.
Of Maine he eould. It tires the eye a
"bit , bt lie cooM see it creeping past the
IT, paat tlie little black lines -which
marked the minutes, pa t the V .
Heigtoo! Weil, that wasa't a bad way to
ldll the hourB Only it didn't make much j
lit(erenoe. ne reflected, as he came to
Hie saloon at the oerneraud went infer the
Tegular and Bingie gla? of bourbon with
"which aJwayt ended the bight It didn't
liiHlt-e murti difference whether a inaii was
fcitliwg tnercat his tabic ui the proofroom,
cunfotlaWe ad oouk nted, or l.uug asleep
like -a Ik in lite bed at the itoanliug house.
He iwat have pawned long time over
liisdmri:. fr it was 5 o'clock whoa lie left
the eaiooB Yet lie knew he liad only drank
oee, -or be would have remembered it.
His habit were loo well established to J
vary tfeom tHicousowciily.
And, for that matter, he might as well
Rtaod there in the saloon as sit m tlie
proofroom or lie in ins bedroom Tuere
v.-aew't much tu lire anywaj .
Here lie had been reading proof-six years.
buying a new suit of cJotltos evwy six
months and a. ih'W pair ej bUoes every
three iiioihms, going to the theater every
"VVedowsdav afternoon, and living an un
varjii life at Zlxs Tabor's boardhig
Iiomm; He w as tMraghly adjusted, was adding
a little every week to the bum in Imnk 1
and iiavtiig a mighty dull time, it mubt be
"Willi!" be exclaimed, addressing no one
in particular. "This car mutt have been
tailed eooewlHire. It is G o'clock, or tliat
jeweter'ft burn is a liar. 1 am certainly
vamng tlie monotony of my life "
ilns Tlr "was mending linen In tlie
sittiHg-room as lie went through He
didn't ruHKmlter -ever to -have inut her ex
cx1! at table.
"Xoa ave up early," he said, as he
paused and looked at her.
"Kot earticr than usual," bhe said. "It
Is you who are late "'
"Yes." lie said, and sat down a moment,
lie wontleied if lier hands flew all day
as swifti as tliey were flying now He
-woodered, too, how she kept so plump
and fresh and young If she always worked
as isltrnaglv as thus still, to 1k sire, she
-wertjod in tlie dajtimc. It was labor by
;gus4iKht that aged a person.
"Yos, I'm lute," he confessed And
than he told her what lie had been lhink
lus "Wiien he had finished and lie had a
wearj impression that the tale was tire
some sin- smiled at him, took up another
gr.wnei'j that had lost a button, and said
"1 suppose we all have our little trou
bles. .Mr O'lKKineL I was JUit thinking
-tvheo 3'o one in. as I have thought a
good many time iKftre. Imiw empty of re
sult i th4b loag utraggte of mine. Kow,
when my hustiaiHl oieil six year ago and
dMn't exiMvt to get riclt. But I thought
I would ia up a mile mom j ear h yuar
and seme time be able to buy a little lwme
of my o-vn .with a garden and a cow and
some cJmc kens, and live eaty the rest of my
"(But 1 was mistaken. Or course I don't
complain, lut there is no money keejnng
b(Htr4r I have ju enough gentlemen
lie t bring me out even at the end of the
year, if there was one lefts I would be
alMMl on my rent just the amount of my
profit on that man."
Mr. James O'Donnel looked at her and
roBWfiked to himself
"Woli, sue doefcu't get much out of it,
'iinetes," resumed .Mrs. Tabor,
fvnittMg dieerfciily, "I have a lt of sok
im, or tlMTe i a pieoe of furniture 1 have
t o Twy, and then It seems if 1 was going
to be m debt Hut eery time there is a
faM to the jH-ice t groceries, or the weath
er tttois warm a ud tlie coal lasto longer, or
tle gae nihiectir maket a mistake with
tie iweteifand Uh Mills smaller, or bome
thtag ha)eo6 and I come out even. Hut
ttwt ifeii t much to live for, jou know "
And obe Miriled again, to sweetly he really
we atAiamed of his own discontent What
a model wife she must have been to that
iimui who liad the 111 judgment to die!
What a rare wife shewouMmakecveiiiiowi
"Of eoure if I were married it would be
different J would rent a smaller house,
for we wowldu't need so many rooms, and
wfotte there would be no more money in
tbac course the woTk would be lighter
and Hail it would seem as if there "was
really something to work for something
so much more precious than money " And
the pretty woman smiled and blubhed as
hr eyes met those of 51r James O'Donnel
-I wash idle would ask me." he said to
imbetf "I SWear 1 don t know how to
ael: lier "
'Of course, I am thirty yeaTS old, Mr
CDounel," she went on, .gently, "and
have nothing in tht world but myscirtoorfer
Imav nothing in the world but myseir to
offer Hut if you will marry me I
praensc to mHke you a true and loving i
wft- a long as I"
""Oetae, O'Jtounel," cried the night ed
itor, shaking bim by the bboulder, "it's
4 ieek Go home."
3Hr James O'Donnel rubbed his eyes
nid wondiTed where in this story the
diwtm "began .LEEOr AEMSTHON'G.
I am in favor of fire
Ftue, Uie dest royer of contaminating evil
Of burning the deed bfidy to ashes, reduc
ing llie mortal remains, vile with tlie
htas jad omiwions of life, to lime
sRits and volatile vapors.
Ko timu ever yet put bib fellow under the
j3-wiwd without feeliug aihamed of
WtUaMU feeling n yuiUy lrad of ihe time
wiH'ii otliors should fling him unto
llR- wits also
This tMH.e it as wrong.
Ooatrarr 1o r "bener nature and unholy
in the Kight or heaven
Xet us eu have fire, cleansing and puri
Let Uie Imak of tlieorJ be reduced to fine
the;andiscaUeredtn the four winds,
To fall 34d fertilize tlie earth's bosom and
give uouribliment to the waving grass
And in waste places to bung forth flowers;
Thus to rob tlie grave of its victory over
lif' and the -grave worm of its ban
quet over death
And to add glory to tlie footstool of God.
Albert, JHselow Paiue in New York Sun.
II o Was.
May Aren't you fond of the good old
Bisby "Yos, indeed. Just -now down at
our boarding house wc m-c reviving "but
ton, button, wlw's gottheliuttoii?" only
May Only what?
Hixby It's the strawberry jn the short
cake instead of I he "button N'ew "York
ON ACCOUNT OF AGE AND WlbllINO TO
retire, will sell great hrirgnins iu tlio fol
lowing suburban property on the lino of tho
15. &, O It. It imd lho new Electric It. IL, ana
nil on the i est siJo of the. 15. &0. It. It., and
near the Mations. High and healthy. Good
SCO lots irilh from 7.500 to 18,000 foot iu each,
of ground hish and healthy.
14 acres of lund with good buildings and
good cjIU water, high and healthy.
C acres oflnud Jth -1-rooni houso and good
cold water, hiph and healthy
10 acres of lnuil, IC-room house mid good cold
niiter, "ery hiph and healthy.
5 acres of land no bciisc, high and healthy.
9 acresof land, no house, oak groTO, high and
00 or 103 aerosol land, plenty d Rood build
ings, hirge orchards, with an abuniiauco of all
kinds of the met choice fruits.
30 lota nnJrtilto C houses, near Cliarlton
Heights station, S, fi, T, b' and IS and 12 rooms.
On eaey teints or monthly installments
Inquire ofllJANClS SHAKA15t,OuKn,
Charlton Hoichts Station,
u'.S-lm On 15 &.O. 1C It.
Rfi n F3 0 n fl cents to i so iiy weeic
tfliini ,)U 8iM to Sia Uot water, heat,
uuiuw uw mid tolls and recall bells m
everyroom. ilOUNT VEU.NON HOTEL, Slb-iy
st uw mj3J-tt
Washington. I). C.
H C. inntCII. lnnaser v
BOSTON ATTHOVnS HER.
Coiuplixnciitiiry tV-ord' Aliout u"Wu-.h-
instoii Jtw,jHipor AVonian.
From the Hoston Journal.
One or tlie most interesTinjj of the many
correspondents fnm "WaAhington is Mrs.
"Virginia Stuart Alosby-Co'.eman, who has
written many articles for the Journal.
Though still a very young woman, she is
to-day one of the most brilliant of the
women newspaper journalists in Wash
gathcrer.'n successful interviewer, and she
clotlies her work In a graceful, rorcefulaud
pure literary style.
No woman has interviewed notable femin
inity in Washington more inilefatigably thaa
has Mrs Coleman, and AIn. Cleveland is
the only lady of prominence whom she has
not met and conversed with, within the last
two years, in Uie interest or lite leaders
of the newFpapere in and out of the city.
Mrs. Cotemau loves her work and ha made
for herself a host of warm friends amoug
those she has visited in a profebhional ca
pacity She is .gifted with a kindly, viva
cious manner that teems to compel the con
fidence of tlie most reticent of subjects,
while it Hieidres that or the mo-st diflident.
Mrs Coleman was born in Warren ton,
Va., in whKli town her father, the noted
guerilla Colonel, John S ilosby, settled
after the war She received her education
ma convent at Hmmeteburg, Md .andsrtiee
then has retailed most of the time in Wash
ington The strong poliucnl atmosphere
that per-.aded her early home created in
the child a keen interest m politics that has
remained with her tdnce then, and .soon af
ter slic left school slio commentwl wnUng
occasional articles for various magazines
and wwispapiTs throughout tlie country
Astime wore on and a demand wasmado
for her work, she became more and more
absorbed in uewsjiaper journaUom, and
about two years ago decided to devote her
whole time to it, and now bhe is busy every
day and all day interviewing and writing
for the "Washington newspapers, and for
half a dozen others in Boston, N'ew York,
Brooklyn and Th lladelplna
A POET'S CHILDREN.
Tliey 'Were Hoolcs From "Whieli Ilo
The following letter --ritten by Cole
ridge in 1803 t'i a Mr Coatea, of Bristol, ap
penr in the London Sjieeuitor It l. not
included in any of the published collec
tion?. "Hartley Coleridge, sven year; I)er
went, three years old, -and Sara, a year old
on the .23d of this niunth. Hartley iscou
sidredageniubby Wadswirthand Southcy;
indeed, by every one who has seen much of
him, but what is of much murei-onsequenoe
andmuch less doubtful, he has the sweetest
temper and the most awakened moral'feel
mgs of any child I ever haw He is very
backward m his book learning, cannot write
at all. and a -very lame reader We liave
tieviT lieen anxious .about It. taking it for
.granted that loving me and seeing how 1
love books he would come to it of his
own accord, and so it has proved. Tor m
the IdstfRoutb he has made more progress
than in all his former life Having learned
everything almost from the mouth of peo
ple whom he loves, he lias connected with
us words and notions, a passion and a feel
ing which would appear strange to those
who had seen no children but -Fuch as had
been taught almost everything m books.
Herwent is a large, fat, beautiful child,
quite the pride of the village, as Hartley
is the darling.
Verily, the cortirutional differences in
Uie children are great indeed. From
earnest inlanej Hartley was absent, a mere
dreamer at liib meals, put tlie food in his
mouth by one effort, and made a second
eflert to lememlwr that it was there to
-swallow iu With little Herwent it is a
ume of rjiiture and inbilee. and anv storv
I that lias no pie or cake in it conies very
fiat to him. Our girl is a darling little
thing. Willi lrge blue eyes, a quiet creature
that, as lias often been said, seems to bask
in a sunshine as mild as moonlight of her
own happiness. Oh. bless them, next to
the Bible, Pnakepeare, and Milton, the3"
are Ume books from winch I have learned
the most, and the most important and the
Get vour Cabinet I'hol-o Freo.
OIJD -M3in. CHEVILLATID.
She Cele"brnte Her 100 Hlrfliday nnd
.Never Ate Meat or Drank VTliie.
It will be good news to vegetarians that
the Trench ladv who is nrobablv the oldest
j apostie of that dispensation in the world
has recently celebrated her one hundredth
birthday, aud is in the best of health, -says
the New ToTk "World. "Her only ailment
is a. slignt deafness, and beyond this .she
has never leen sick in the whole course of
her life v line. Chevillard is a stout, m
telligent o u lady, and has won the respect
of her neighbors and friends. Bo marked
has been this respect that a fete was given
inlier honor at Villcgardm on May IS, the
anniversary of her birth. This was at
tended by every one in the village.
As a vegetarian Mme- Chevillard Is one
of the most consistent m the world. Her
family did not believe in the antimeat
theory, but tins elderly dame, nevertheless,
has been committed to n vegetable diet all
her life. Jiot only has she had a distaste
for meat, but her positive dislike of the ap
pearance or it has been so strong that all
early attempts to induce her to taste it
AdMintago of Education.
Hounds Ho you speak any foreign lan
guages? PoundsYes; nine living nnd four dead.
Hounds Good. Come home with tne and
interpret my daughter to me. She's Just
xcturued from a two years' Jjnisbing course
at a well "English laches' ecnilnary. New
Samtny Good deeds spent Xor dem
selves, don't dey, fader?
Isaacstelu Ycs, Sammy, if dey vas on
Imbroved real estateLeslie's "Weekly.
Ab, Jot ber enjoy
Tho rubber-shod toy.
With its silver-lined hand .bars and pedalB;
Let her engage
In the race-winning -rago
Till her shirt waist be coated witn medals.
I cannot disturb
Her raplnre. nor curb
The pace of tho dear little sinneri
So. while she still reels
On her wild flying wheels
Fll walk home and cook my own dinner.
Cleveland Plain Dealer,.
Washington, D. C, June 14, 1895. To all
whom it may concern: The commission crea
ted by section 2 or public act No. 114, ap
proved March 2, 1803, has received Tronitho
Commissioners of the District of Columbia
a certified copy of a niup showing tho
proposed permanent system of highways
In the District of Columbia within tho
area bounded by North Capitol etreet,
Rock Cieek, Florida avenue, and the Dis
trict line. This mnp and plats Miowing
in detail how each lot and tract is affected
by tho proposed system of highwnys are
now on exhibition in the office of tho
Commissioners of the District of Columbia.
All persons interested are invited
to examine tho map and plata.
This commission will consider any sug
gestion or protest coucemisg tnc location
or any highway or portion of a highway
as shown on the man The suggestions
and protests miibt be in writing and must
clearly set Tortli the reasons for the
changes, and show the property owned or
controlled by the objector. All protests,
etc , must be submitted on or belore July
15, 1895, and be nddrebsed to the Chief
of Engineers, United States Army, War
Hepartment, Washington, H. C. This
Commission will meet August 1, 16J5,
at 9 o'clock a in., in the orfice of (he
Secietaty of War, to dihposc of all objec
tions, and will then hear orally lrom
those who desne to Uiua bupport their
DANIEL f- EAMONT.
1 Secretary of War.
"VM P CltAIGHILE.
Chief uf Engineers, U 8 Army.
IV ANTED HOARDERS .
"WANTED-A few boarders at Hal
pine, Md , Met branch B. & O H 11.
Address or apply 1339 14th st nw , 2d
STORAGE For furniture and ho be
hold goods, 7 5c load Place Ix-st lo
cated in town. Calloraddress Chas IVitiiu,
31-luthst.uw. je 1-1-1 in.
FOR SA.X.E Dairy lunch room; best
stand m the citj; low rent OPPEN
HEIMEU. 514 9th It
EOS SALS-20-A1 milk cows, or will
excjini.ge for lots or acreage; this is
fine sto. ! and worthv of attention. Ari-
dress TWENTY COWS, this office. J3 10-3
WAKTED- PJirty as tteaurer of a
newmanufactming concern; (monopoly)
must have S5U0 to invest. Call at -t2G
2nd st sw 3y-103t
"WANTED To exchange $700 worth
large haiidotne paintn.gs for suL'trban
orcot.nl ry groui'd. 727 7th bt. nc. Jj 9-G
BONANZA gold jiropirty: just in
vestigate iind Bee. GOLD, this office.
WELL ordered lunch room, doing gooJ
business, nenr T St., bat 9th and 12th,
nw.; chap at 550 S Zi JONES. 510
10th st. nw. jj 9-3t
WANTED-'000 "U suburban prop
erty worth three times the amount;
pay G percent interest semi-annually Ad
dress A G , this orfice. 358-.lt
PSOPOSALS FOR BUILDING MA
TERIAL. Architect's Otfice, TJ. S.
Capitol, Washington. D. C, July G, 1895.
Scaled proposals will be ncelved at this
office until 12 m., of the 13th test., for tlie
following building materials to be delivered
at the U. S. Capitol.ascalkd for
Class 1 17.C00 (more or less! first qual
ity vitrified pavng brick, sample lo ba
rurnished with proposal.
Class 2. Cement, lime nnd band as per
Ediedule furnished at this office.
jy-S-10-12 Architect U. S. Capitol.
PROPOSALS for the annual supply of
fuel for tlleU. B. Navy July 1 , 1695
Sealed proposals , endorsed "Proposals for
rtiel for tlie U B Nav3",lo he opeiiPd July
30, 1895," will be'received at tlie Bureau
of Supplies and Accounts, Navy Department,
Washington, D C, until 12 o'clock noon,
JULY 30", 1893, and publicly opened
immediately thereafter, to furnish the an
nual supply ot coal, coke, wood, and char
coal at tlie Navy Yards Portsmouth, N.
H.; Boston, Mass.; New York; League Isl
and Pa.; Washington, D. C.; Norfolk, Va.;
Pensacola, Fla.; .Mare Island, Cal.; tlie
Naval Stations- Newport, K. I.- rew Lon
don, Conn.; Port Itoyal, S. C; Puget
Annapolis. Md-tlie annual supply of coal
at the Naval Hospitals, Hispensaries, etc.;
Widow's Island, Tde.- Portsmouth, N. II.;
Chelsea, Mass.; Brooklyn, N. i..; Phila
delphia, Pa.; League Island, Pa.; Wash
ington, D. C; Norfolk, "Va.; Pensacola,
Fla., and Mare Island, Cal.; also a quan
tity of crude oil lor burning for the Navy
Yard, Mare Island, Cal. Hlank foPms of
roposals will be furnished upon appllca
iou to the Bureau to the Commandants oi
the different Navy Yards, or to the Navy
Pay Offices. The .fuel must Jn all cases
conform to the navy standard , and pacs the
usual navy inspection. The tie bids, all other
thinss being equal, decided by lot. The
Department reserves the rjght to waive
defects, or to reject any or an mas not
deemed advantageous to the Government.
EDWIN STEWART, Paymaster General,
U. S. N. 3"y7,10,14,17
PItOJPOSALS-foT constructing water
closet "Washington Barracks, D. C,
July 1, 1895. Sealed proposals in tripli
cate will bexecelved here until 12, noon,
AUGUST 1, 1895, and thenopened.torcon
struction of a water closet building, in
cluding plumbing, according to plans and
specifications to be seen here. Full infor
mation can lie bad on application tp IRA
A- HAYNES, first Uedlenant Fourth Ar
tillery, A. A. Q. 1L ' jj-2,3,4,5,24,25
Mill " Yi m i h
"H.7 r,'"; ?S7 (I ,Cip L" i
(ml t mu
THE 3DAYS' CURE For mon.
This remedy cures in 3 days or no
ciiarge. Consultation freo. Dr. McKEE
II AN, 710 12thjBt. uw. jy9-7t
Jl. TiQJSLiAJB. saved is a dollar made.
You can save "sevenal" of them by
coming to us for an elegant custom-made
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will surprise you. JUSTH'S OEIJ STAND,
G19 D st. nw. jyt)-7fc
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lro:n FliiladeliUiiu Pennsylvania, and
Columbian Univorsifiu, has moved to 927
9th st. nw. P-ricps reasonable. Work
guaranteed for ten years.
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tune teller in this' thy, removes ail jour
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events or life in Herman and English;
hoars, 5 am. to 10 p m,; 25 and 50
cents; cuies nil cases of running or dry
borcn 913 lDlh st. nw je2y-lrn
-A.LT.C53 How lovely in you telling me
about thnte GO vlsitii.g earths for 25c.
that Harry Park is printing at 920 Fat.;
also other printing cheap. FEED. jcl2-lm
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daughter of the coven th genenition;in
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she can take off f pells, and cause to marry,
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vitu turns are a revelation m tbeprmt
er'b art, full5" etp.ul to engraving and csie
th.rd the cost, seeing is believing HARBiT
PAltK, 920 F. 3eX2-JUn
LADIES needing confidential treat
ment. A. Bare and sure relief In all
female trouble, constipation, irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium hahit, listula.
etc. Separate lsoma lor patients helore
and during confinement, and find homes
lormrantb rfjequired. Strictly confiden
tial AIRS. HE REKNKR-.lGFourthst.ne.
near E. Capitol st.. Washington. D. E.
Harry Park, printer, 920 P., nuf ced.
OUS Greatest JUednim .and Spiritual
"Wliotellsyou-allthings and prescribes
a proper .remed5' lor your trouble,
can be consulted at lier parlors ou all
affairs of Itfe.
1109 G ST.NW.
ATWAYS AT HOME.
S2?""TLISI3 dressmaking, lowest prices.
Silk waists, $2. 807 10th st. nw. di 6-3
J. T. WALKER SONS, 204 10th fit.nw.,
carpet lining, felts, lire brick and clay,
asbestos, paints, brashes, lime, cement, two
and thrce-plyrootiiiginateruU. apr21-lmo
DIVORCES obtained in four months
without publicitv; business slnctly
confidential; terms reasonable; for full
particulars, call or address Boom G. Tj-po-graphical
Harry Park, printer, 920 F.,-nuf ced.
3ust opened. Eclontlflc mas
Bage, japor, plain and sea
i3SKfJt?KMB. TOt. vr'flll nnrl nir,lir.
0 a. m. tc 9 p. ai. Jlmc. Burnett, 512 Est. nw
NO FEE UNTIL CURED.
602 F st. nw., Washington, D. 0.
Treats all chronic, nervous and blood dls
eases, alcoholism and opium habit. SPE
CIALTY Kidney and Bladder Trouble.
Piles. Fistula. Stricture. &o. PRrVATB
TJiseases positively -and permanently curecL
Lost Manhood restored. Consultation Irea.
Officehours9tol21a.m.,2to 5:30 pjn.,
6:30to 8 p m., Sunday. 4 to 7 p. m.
Got your Cabinet Plioto Free.
Z?z 8 cUs. i ii) ptt7)yQ$kJ-
IIEEP WANTED FEMALE
with refs. OPPENHEIMER, 514 9th
St. nw. lq
WANTED-Good handson shirt waists,
wrappers and underwear. 1744 7tb
st. nw. jyl0-3t
TV ANTED A whlto girl to do light
housework. Apply to MRS. GANS,
72G 5th St. ivf)3t
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED-First-class Industrial In
surance agents; goodpay to the nghtpar-
tics. Call at room 25, 509 7th bt nw.
WANTED-Al once, good cobler and
shoemaker. Call at G2G New York
WANTED- Good agents canvass
houses, of fices, and stores; large
commission paid daily. 202 E. Cap, st. -It
WAHT23D-rir! good experienced
salesmen; only hustlers need apply.
Hooin 22, Baltic building. It
SITUATION'S WANTED MALE.
WANTED-Enipliiymcnt, ar anything
by a young man 21 yeara old; hab luid
4 rears' experience at the carpenter trade
Address G H., tin, office. It
"WASTED-White boy, 17, wants a
place to work; can ui-e Caligrapii; best
rote. Address Box 13, this otfiec.jylO-2
WANTED-Dy a respectable colored
man from South, a place iu store, of
fice, or private family; good rels. Call
312 L st. nw 3-t .
WAHTBD-By young colored man,
situation as porter, coachman, or driver;
good mi's. Address B ,thi3 o!fice.lt
WaTkTED-Toi i"arn the carpenter
trad', bv a oung man who has had
gouii uxpcriei.ee." Address APPRENTICE.
thn orfic jy8-3t
9T ANTED Stenographer ami typc-
wrttir wants position at -a moderate
salary; lirot-clasd experience as to abiUty,
experience, etc. Address W C J, this
S11TTATIONS TTA NTED FEMAJE.
WAKTES Byiespsctable colored girl,
oflice room to clean, or ehamberwork,
or cleaning by the day. HLRDJE SAN-
!)ERS, 1737 11th tnw It
WANTED By -good laundress, wasli
mg to do at home. Call or address
G35 S st. It
WAliTSB- respectable colored wo
man, iik.te an took, chambermaid, or
seneral house v. orker Call or address 33
Teuton place l.w It
"VfAlTTTiS-rf-'v buy ice bos;, cofTee
mill, nrop awning, mc;it block, knives,
baws, tea canisters. 727 7th et ne
35LOUSE3 papered from $20 up; -rooms,
S2 up; estimates cheerf ull5" given.
CHAS. N EVANS, 222 13tii St. s 3J"G-7t
JUST RECEIVED Fine lot young Cu
1hii rarrots, guaraideed to talk; also
monkeys, canaries, mocking binis. gold
Iish, dogs, and fancy pigeons. SCHMID'S,
712 12th tt iiv., branch L221 Pa. ave.
fiSTHHEltCAllE OTHERS" IN THE PIUNTINO
JL business, but few concerns like The Law
Keportor Company, of 51b l"if :h utree: uorth
irect "i oifll nuu tt a positivo rehef to trade
lbore. lioii. M. W ilOURE, Her.
KOH SALE lOSCBLLATfEOUS.
Oja SALE-Or will ej.changc for a
first-class standard make runabout or
biig5. a very liardEome mahogany bay
road mare, spirited, speedy, kind; no road
too long lor Lcr; 15.1 hands, without a
blemish; Don Diego-MoTgau stock; thor
ough acclimated; printed pedigree; a bar
gain to anv one; guaranteeing her good
home. HON TON STABLES, 321-323
Third st. sc. 3"yl0-"Tt
JTOR SALE Cheap, one horse. Call
at 628 6th T sw. 3y9-3t
FOB SALE Cheap;a top huttj", horse
and hniness; surry but little used, at
STANTON ALLEY SALE STABLE, bet.
'K, L, 13th and 14th sts. Jj93t
FOE SALE Fino 4-year-old marc,
weighing 1,030; a good driver, sound
as a dollar; reason for selling, (he want of
usn; carriage aud harness if wanted. Call
943 N nw. 35"9-3t
POil SALS-Canopy top surrey coupe;
Iirst-cldbs order; cheap. 204 Pa.
ave. sc. 1'8-3t
FOR SALE Pool Toom and cigarstorc;
new tables; good stand. -902 Sth st.
Be. Owners leaving city. jy9-2t
FOR SALE Nearly new, side bar bug
gy; elegant make: good condition; low.
price. Apply to GEO. GHEEN , Phoenix:
Stables, G st. bet. 6th and 7th nw. J 9-3t
A BARGAIN-Horse, "buggy, and
harness for S125, at 517 18th st nw.
FOR SALE Fine boa constrictor; very
tame; a nice pet for tmy ladj-; also
monkeys and parrots. SCHMID'S BLRD
STORE, 712 12st.nw.,1221Pa.ave. J56-5t
LAWN GRASS SEED, fertilizer, inseotl
oide, sprinklers ior plants and lawns, mon
keys, paTrots, canaries,, mookjng "birds,
gold fish, dogs, and fanoy pigeons.
SCHMID'S, 712 12th at. nw., branch 1221
Pa. avo. mylO-tf
1YASIIINGT0N, D. C.
The Fourteenth, session will open
Tuesday, Qetobor 1st.
Address AIRS. WAt.D. CAJ3EU,,
WHITE SULPHUR SPHINGS,
CTOICEHLAND VALLEY HAILKOAD,
One of tho most delightful pleasure and
health resorts in America. Magnificent MOUN
TAIN SURROUNDINGS. 2.0D0 FEET ELEVA
TION. DRY ATMOSPHERE. PINE GROVES,
HOT SULPHUR BATHS, EXCELLENT CUI
SINE, FISHING, BOATING. DRIVING,
SHOOTING, UILLIAKDS, TENNIS, GOLF,
For Illustrated Pamphlet addro33
GEORGE A. FREYER, Owner.
COLTON'on the Potomac, Md. The
most delightful salt water resort near
Washington. Finest table and best beds on
the nver. Kun by owners this season.
Sterling attractions engaged. No pains
and expense spared to reader it a first
cIoks resort for business men, Journalists,
and their families. Hates, Sl.50. per day;
reduction by the week or month. Steamera
Arrowsmith and Wakefield daily. je22-lm
DEER PaBK AKD; OAKLAND,
On tho Crest of tho Allcghcnle3.
(Main Line B. & O. H. H.)
SEASON OPENS JUNE 22nd. 1895.
Bates $60, $75 and 90 a month, accord
ing to location. Furnished cottages, with
facilities for housekeeping. If desired,
$450 to $G00 per season. Address
GEOBGE D. DeSHXELDS, Manager,
North Tacoma, D. 0.,
3el5-lm WALTES BURTON.
TV AHTE3-SI ,500 ror three years
on property in adjoining State; se
curity ample; will pay good interest. Ad
dress Box 315 city post-office-. 3-10-3t
WA?rED To buy immediately fif
teen to twenty thousand .good second
hand brick. Address WANTED BRICK,
WAKTEB-SiOO to $500 on a farm
near ilanasscs, "Va , for one or two
years. Address JOHN, this office
WAITED-Experienced salesman to
bolicit trade of druggists, confection
ers, and grocers for "ICis-Me" Chewing
Gum; good commission; refs. required.
Call at 137 lltii st nw. ir
11 til St. Il-K
-Children to call at 437
and get a Mother Goose
WANTBO-TVe can sell you any kind
of sewing machine that is made.
New machines from $15.00 up.
Second-handmachiuesf rom S5.00 ap.
Machines repaired ironi SOc.up.
ilaclunes rented. Send us a postal.
THE ENTERPRISE S. M. CO.,
334 Penu. ave so.
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE.
And charge onlj-forphitinc:-irortruaranted
NAT. -RUBBER HOOF PAINT CO , lttS Sth AW
CHANCE to make money I will give
50c. for every qt customer of milk;
steady customers. 751 Sth tt fe 3"y4-7t
IF IOU WANT TO SELL YEP. BIKE
bring it here; new and second-hand bi
cycles fold ou commission. BASEMENT.
602 F st.nw. jy4-7t
for 11ENT norsES.-
FOH RENT 1412 6th sc nw , 3-story
and cd'ar. 10 rooms and bath. lurnace.
front and large back yard; m jrood repair;
$ 12 50 per month. Apply at 11116 S st nw.
TTOK RENT At Colonial Beach, a new
cottage ciieap, for balance of season
Address MEL ,43P st ne 3y-103t
ITOxt SENT 1220 I St. ne ; reduced to
S1G.30 W J. FIUZZELL, 912 7th
S27.SO 425 6th t. sw.; Sr., a m. i.,
undatable. C T. Y0DETt.61oEst.nw
S3S.50 314 to 320 N. C. ave. so ; 9r.,
a. m. 1.; new
C. T YODER,615Est.nw
STOR SENT Part of house (T rooms)
1015 14th st. nw ; rent taken in board.
ifdsired; references exchanged. 3y6-3t
S30.D0 425 6th st. sw.; br.. a. m 1 ,
andstablc. C.T. YODER,615E-st.nw
S35.00-314to 320 N. Cave se.;9r.,
a. ni.i.; new.
C. T. YODER. 615 E st nw.
tX2.50 HSTthst. o.. 5r arlei.
e T YODER. CISEst. inr
S35.00-1420 9th st.nw , Sr b.; m i
C. T. YODER. 615 E st. nw.
FOR RENT Lnrce front room; Tar
nished suitable for two; with or with
out board, reasonable Apply at 121 K st.
uw 3J"-10 3t
FOR EENT Furnished rooms and
board; S4.50 per week. 612 B st-
sw 3"y-l0 4tt
IFOE 3JEP7T Two ilnfurniRhed rooms;
015 R st. nw.; cheap to acceptable per
son 3J'-10 2t
FOR EEKT-Nicely furnished front
xooni, 2dfioor; also tworooms 3d floor;
low rats; location pleasant and convenient;
board lTdsired. Call 937 Knw. jy9-3t
FOR EEST Four unfurnished rooms,
tho entire 3d floor, $12; 205 A st sc.,
just east new Library building. jy-S-3t
housekeeping at once; central. Address
O. X. T., this office. 35"10-3c
WANEED Two or three roooms fur
niiihed for housekeeping; first floor;
give price. Address J. J. J., this i"fice.
No. 3221. Doc 14,
IN THE SEPREME COURT OF THE DIS
TRICT OF C0LTJMBL1.
Holding a special term for Orphans' Court
business. July 8, 1S95.
In the case of Leon Tobnncr, adminis
trator of tho estato of John H. Harmon,
deceased, the administrator aforesaid has,
with tho approval of the Court, appointed
FRIDAY, tho 2d day ot August, A. D.
1895, at 10 o'clock a. m., for making
payment and distribution under the Court's
direction and control; when and where all
creditors and persons entitled to distribu
tive shares (or legacies) or a residue, are
bersby notified to attend in person or by
agent or attorney duly authorized, with
their claims against the estate properly
vouched; otherwise the administrator will
take the benefit of the law against them:
Provided, a copy of this order bo pub
lished once a week for three weeks in
the Washington Law Reporter and The
Washington Times previous to the said
day. L. P. WRIGHT,
.Register of Wills for the District of Co
lumbia. Test: A. "H. BELL, Proctor.
TOR SALE HOTJSE.
FOR EEKT-Erickhouse; seven rooms;
Ko. 22041 st.nw;. papered: gas; water;
latrone;haUway; good yard; wood and coal
shed: $18.50 per month; alley In rear.
Inquire at earlier 22d .and I sts. nw.. or
at Wescott & "Wilcox's office. iySTt
MONET TO I.OAIT.
IkTONEX to loan on bonds.stocks.trnsta,
loan association certificates, and old.
lino life insurance policies; no delay.
TERXES & BAKER, .
40 to 46 Metzerott Ifldg. 1
JTLOOO in hand to loan on smaU house
or vacant ground; 6 percent; no delay.
S. AI. JONES, 510 10th st nw. Jy9-3t
Tff you want money on bonds, stocks,
trusts, loan association certificates,
and old line life insurance pobcies, yoii
must call before July 1; no delay.
YERKE3 & BAKER,
Smo 40 to 46. Metzorott Bl&g.
3VIONEY We have plenty of money
to loan on good real estate; very low
interest, easy payments Loans made
proinptlv NATIONAL SAVINGS. LOAN
AND TRUST CO . 617 F st. u'v Je7-lm
-CONCERNING LOANS AND INV2ST-
MENTS" Bead this booklet carefully
before borrowingor investing; call and get
a copy free. B. H. WARNER & CO . 915
F st. nw. m28-3mo
MONEY TO LOAN All classes of real
eastale loans ma'k with promptness At cur
rent rates. THE McLACHLEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor
ner 10th and G Mre ts nw. mate
1Y1U1M- I ANY SClIb DESIRED
A 1 5 and Brer cent.
"WALTER H. ACKER, TW I4th st a
ONEY TO LOAN ON RFAL ESTATE.
LIFE OF BOFvROWEK INSURED
For amount adTSucod, eisy paymnt3; aboul
squat to rent
R. L. GOODMAN,
apSa-Brno CBS. 13th at nrr.
He: titon"s loan office. 121s ta.
are. a. ir. Ettabhshed la 1ST0. Mony
loBcad oa watches, diamonds, Jewelry, ailTer
warc, etc Special bargains la watchea, jswelry,
and !lTerware. I0-Cmo
LOST On Pennsylvania avenae. open
facedsilverwatcb;reward 215 Pean
sylvania ave nw. it
LOST A gold chain and Maltese 0res3,
inscribed, "Awarded to Ida Doyle by
TJndino Temple. I. O G T .1894;"alfberal
reward will be paid for the retern at the
same to le27Benning's Road, ne. jy8-3t
NORFOLK: AND .'
By DayUgnt to Fortress, Monroe
By tho Powerful New- Palace Steamer
In addition u the regular daily nights
The new steamer. New porx News. em
mencmg on July the 4th. 18S5, win ne
placed on the route by daylight on the fol
Will leave Washington on the morning ot
the 4th. at 8 o'clock sharp, erriving at OW
Point at 5-30 and Norfolk at 6 30 p m
Retirrmns. leaves Norfolk at 8 p m and
Old Point at 9 30, after the fireworks,
and arrives in Washington at 6 45 nexs
After July the 4th the following schedule
win oe in etreet during tne monies ot jui
and August Y
Will leave WashinctononFridavmorninsr,
July the 3th, and every Sunday, Alonday,
Wednesday, and Friday, at S a. m . arriv
ing at Fortress Monroe at 5 30 and Nor folic
at 6 30 p. m Returning leaves Norfolk
en Tuesdav, Tharsday, and Saturday, ac
7 45 a. m Z and Fortress Monroe at 8 30
a. m . arriving in "Washington ac 6 45 p ro,
On the Sunday trips trom Washington
the setamer returns ame night, leavinjr.
Norfolk at S, and Fortress Monroe at
8 45 p. m . arriving m Washington next
morning at 7 o'clock.
If desired passengers can go In eithci
directionbv daylight andreturnononeofthe
regular night steamers. Wajrhimston or
Norfolk, on same day only. Fare for
the round trip, $3.30 AH tickets by day
steamer wmnothe honored .rorreturnpassase
unless ui ed onorbeforetheloitowiagmorning
after da'e stamped on back. -
Connections made at Norfolk bv the
dav and nisht steamers with the elegant
steamers of the Old Dominion Sieajmtnp
Companv, forNew York aud the si mmer re
sorts of the Eait, and with the IMercbants
and Miners' steamers ror Boston and Provi
dence; with the Chesapeakf and Ohio Rad
rotd at Old Pome for Richmond and the
West: at Norfolk with Seaboard Air Lane
Tor Raleish, Charleston, and Atlanta;
with the Norfolk and Western Railroad,
the Norfolk and Carolina, and Norflok and.
Southern, and with the Virginia Beach and
Ocean View Railroads.
Steamers Norfolk and Washington will
continue regular night schedule as here
tofore, leavms Wasniagtoe every etvewng
in the year from the wnarf, foot of Seventh,
street, at 7 p. m
Tickets onsaleatcornerNew York avenno
aiKlFitteenthstrcet northwest, awl at 1421
619. and 513 Pennsylvania avenue north
west. All other information desired will bo
furnished on application to the under
signed, at ths company's wharf, foot of
Seventh street. Tel phone No 750
& El WiW 11 1 9
STATION CORNER OF aLYTH AND 3
Tr rffect June 28 IS93-
0.23 A 31 PENNSYLYANIA LEuTTED PnB.
man Sleelns Mnusg-, bmokiac, and Otor
Tation Cars Harrcs'our to Chicaeo. Cmcia
nati, liidianapolia, bl. LoaU, Cleveland, anl
Toleda Buffet Parlor Car to Honisbars.
IDiOi-JL FAST LINE Pailmaa Buffet far
lor Car to iiarrtsburc Parlor and Dinlas
Cars, H&msbnrc toPltuburc
-40 P M. CHICAGO AND ST LOCIS EXPRE35.
Pullman lluffet Parlor Car to Harrlabure.
Eleupmp and Dinins Cars. Harrlabarj to Ss.
Lous. Cincinnati. Louisville, and Chlcastx
7d0 P. 11. WESTERN EXPRESa PuHataa
Sleeping Car to Chicago, and Harrlahors ts
Goreland. Pining Carlo Chlcaja.
TdO P. M. fcOUTH-WESTERN EXPRES& Tv
man Sleeping and Dining Cars to St Louis,
mid Sleepms Car Harnsburs to Cincinnati.
IWO P. 1. PACIFIC EXPREbbPulliuaB.i)lp
ing Car 10 Pittsburg;
720 A il for Eane, Canandalgna. Rochastat,
and Niagara Falls dally, except Sunday
2Q0A JL lor Elmlra. and ltonova, flally, excopt
Sunday- For Williamsport daily, 3:40 P iL
TdO P. il. for Williamsport. Rochester. Builalo,
and Niagara Falls calrjr, except iaturday.
with stf opmg car Wssaiagtoa to Susps&3.oa
Brlilge tta. BuSala
10-AO P. .L for Erie. Canandaigua. Koehastsr,
Buffalo, and Niagara Palls daily; ale op mi
car Washington toElmira.
Tor Philadelphia. New YnrX. rtv? Vo 'm
4OTP.I. "CONGRE5SIOXA1. IHnTED.-all
Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Balti
more, forNew York dally, for Philadelphia
weak-days, lingular at 7.03 (Dining Car),
r-20, 0:00, 10.00 (Dining Car), and 11:00 (Din
ing Car) a m.. ISM. 3:15, 420, 6.40.10XO. aal
Il:S5p in. On Sunday, 7:05 (Blaine Car),
70, ifcOO, 113 iDlciag Car) a. m., 12d5, 3:t5,
i 10, 0:40,1000. and 11:35 p.m. For Phila
delphia only. Fast Express 750 a. m. -woi-daya.
Express, 2.-0I and 5:40 p in. dally.
For Boston, Tvlthout cbauge, 733 a. m. ireai
days, aud 3 15 p in daily.
For Baltimore, &23, 7:03, 7-JS3, 730, 9$3,
10-.00, 10a), IkOO. and U50 a. m., Iil5,
i 01, 3.15, 3.-40, 4.-00 Limited), 40, i-M, 5:40.
C 05, G-40, 7:10. 10:00, 10.-W. 11-15, and 1L33
p m. On Sunday, 75. 7S), 9.-00, 9.05,
:0 SO, 11:00 a. ui.. 12:15. 1115.2.01.3:13.3.40 (H)3
limited, 4:20, WO, ffOj, 60, 7:10, 10.-Q0, U:,
and 1U33 p. st
ForPopo's Creek Line. 720 a. m. and 455 p ra.
daily, ckxeept Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7220 and 9300 a. m., 12:15 and 4:33
p. m. daily, except Sunday. Sundays, 9 31
a. ro. and 4rJ9 p. re
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Richmond,
Jacksonville, and Tampa, 4.30 a, m., 30 p. nc
daily. Richmond and Atlanta, S.40 p. m. Callr-
lli'-hmoad only, 10.57 a. m. -neet days.
Accommodation for Quaatlco, 7:45 a. m. dally,
and 4s!5 p. m. -week-da j a.
For Alexandria, 4.S0. GJ3. 7?, 8:40. 9.13. 10.37
1VJM a. m., Vi 50. 1:40, 320, 42S. 5.00. 5.37, 6-tl
E.K2, 10:10, and 1159 p m. On Sun lay at L ,
7rf5. 9H5 a. m., 2:45. ti:15, 8r, and 10.10 p in,
LeaTO Alexandria for Washnigton, 6K)5, &J3,7J55,
.-03,9:10. 10:15, 103 a. m., 1.00,2:15, 3)0,3.11
EO, 5:30 0.13, 70, 7r30, 9:10, 10 54, andlt.-06 p.
in. On Sunday at 6:13, 9:10, 10S a. m.,2.U,
60, 7.00. 759ao, and 10-JU p m.
Fcr Atlantic City, SfcOO (Saturdays only), 1030,
11.C0 a. la. veek days, 12:15 sjxi 11.33 p. m,
For Cape May, 10 00 a. u, (Saturdays only),
12.15 p. m week days, and 1135 p, m. dally.
Ticket calces, northeast corner ot t3th3tts:
and Pennsylvania Avenue, and at tha station
Sixth and B Streets, wliero orders can. be left far
the ebneking ot saggaso to deatla&Uon frost.
-b.3L PREVOST, J. R. "WOOD,
Ceuaral Haaaier. GeasralPajitKiW