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TUB WASttTNGcTOlX TIMES, THUESDAT, JULY 11, 1895.
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II RINGING LN LTJ2TAT1CS.
Mil ryla lid VnrincrN .Stimulated by St.
ISlii-uDotli'H Offer of Howard.
SaiwuwYOiTleerl rain liadanappilration
ytmUnAr morning tint slmvrt liow Wash
Ih&oh it naddlod witli the maintenance
A ftinner from nwr Marlboro came tu
with aunpefced luuatK', picked up on the
wmm! Hear Inn hom When lie explained
what he -nHHt, Mr. Frank mid promptly:
"Yoh brought tins man in to gel the $5
reward oCTird at Si Elizabeth's Cor
uecapMl 4fant- o7"
T1h fonncr admitted ho had and had
AhmhI Mrearij' the roan was hoi known
atfit KtuuUh'Ui'5. He added that ho had
nuMk- feevemii $S bill, by rouirnlug lunn
WeH." oonUimcd Mr. Frank, "I ought.
Mftlly Imve you ai rested under our ordi
HMHoe for iNtiigHts; 8i oil a man into the
Slwini WJ.y didn't ym take him to the
Bltvnlt at Marittoror'
""How oomM 1 kow, then, whether he
was from St. RlisaheUrs and set ray
reward?" awwered tin; Marylaudcn.
"That inwke ho dtfft-rcuee to us. Ton
! itkh to IfriBR mam in here "
Tbe farmer t)M-n-pronnfed to take liib man
lwtck ' It omoimtf liappetih in Midi eases
iMt Itw uwfortuiiRte is turned loose in
toe sutiarits aul be Dlwnet must support
VUe mm brought in this morning was'
dopttHilft' olaUied and seemed entirely
Mwutd WIkm! itt&ert wholie wasand where
lie 'lived, however, he said he didn't know.
S.1RTT.1S A.M15IUCANT .ST12AMF.RS.
JTuvy Depananciit. Examining: Them
for lteol ina: Subhidie.
The Navy Departments through the eon
Pt met ion eorjw "ihl special offioers dc
ttaMed for the purpose, is making up a report
$w tlj of the Post-etiiee Department,
Hbott'ittc jttst what American M earners are
tiHgtUe for subsidies uiMler the Ihw passed
by ttoe Frfiry-first Congress.
So far they have examined thirty vessels.
jHGHHMng tw stoamers-of the Iitteniatioiml
Kavation Company (the Amencaii lines),
tiiePadfie matt vessels, and many otiiersor
llmm iJtymg betveeH the United States and
j4fl of these, with one exception, have
hce toond i-oniply -wit bthe rejuirt'ment.s
of tto9 wilwkiy act m tleir alrtlity to carry
anas aitd be transfonited into war vessels
ia tlttie of need and in iKint of t-jieod.
Se excep'Uou wafi one vessel of the In
teroanonal Line, which siwiild have siiown
ItaitMoen knots spoed. but reali) developed
1S.W8 knots, just two one-hundredths le-Iom-.
in this case anotlier trial was ar-mtl-(or,
but this will involve the loss
of a trip by the vessel.
The lao of tlie big ships to be oxamiued.
vnm Ww Paris at Net' York a few daysago,
MHl wiiile tlie results of the examination
have not lieen reived at the department,
it e net doubted tliat slj will prove to be
MtUeflM'iory as was hor sister ship, the
V.VAL UUUEAC'S ACCOUNTS.
Hurtihor ConhOlidntion to Ho .Made by
Secretary Herbert is considering a plan
t fyintH'i oouselidate the iMokk(ej)Jiig and
aoetMiiiteof tlie various narai bureaus which
raas oe of tlie great reforms instituted
hf Seenry Whiuiey cigiit years ago.
Jt wae foaiHl at that time thai wtiigider
a4MebtplicJKioaowBrTedduetoiiHependent atm o tie part of the nine bureaus of
tite defwrtmeiK and in a general order
Ue stores, ordnance, steam eiiglnerJng;
4i4meiit , OMiistrHclien. and yanis and
dttrtcs wf plfd under tlie sole chargo
ofttH- bureau of sujilies aini account..
Kccretary Hertw-rt eBterda3' iMid tlie
lonktnH-rs ef all Uie bureaus in his of'
fate fr coneii Itation oti Uie aiiv.intae-i and
disadvantage's of tnuiferriiig all aoemmts
t' tilwi paymaster genoral's oifice While
some wng oitjecujtns tu tiie proposmon
wm ttei-eloed in tlie main it, apiienred
tiMrtt'Mrterestofeeonomy would le-en'ed
by atoitlMig the centralizing scheme.
STJG A i: CONSUMPTION TA BEE .
Eaoh Man, "Woman and Cliild UkedL
1-2 Pounds Lat Year.
ytc WorUiington Ford. Chief of the
Iter! tf SiaOstfcs Treasury Department,
iia fttc?nHl tatties and maps showing
ttoe-tMifiar onnsamptmii of the United States
Tiie arowanl of sugar consumed during
tiw ealiar ysr lSi)4 is stated at a
itttfeowt 2.NW,WiO tons, or G3 1-2 pounds
far each mm, wHiian and cirild in the
CataHi States. In I860 the per capita
osuSBmtrtioti was A'A pounds. In lSitl the
pect'ajma ootiMtmiHfon reached OS pound.
OfUM'Migari-onMtintptionhi 1894 1.700,
040 lnh were MiuKiited, the balance being
(taaest- prodtH'tioii. mostly from cane,
cwiased frm ISB.ooO tons in 1S80 to
3WMO0 ton, in 1664.
M1S. BOCGL.ASS ASICS FOB MONET.
Slw iVatitN Five Thousand Dollars
3WriH llr Eut liiislmiiil'h Btnte.
Mm lUAun Dowglaus, widow of tlie late
Prtderiefc Douglass, yesterday filed a
Itetfeiun in Miwte. asking Uie court to
a4MUie t her $5.O0-oat of the assets of
tier deceased husliaiki'h estate
33tM final settlement of the estate cannot
le made Uefre May 22, 1G. she said
ia ker petition. ad Hite aks for Uie above
aiUMunt mi eover living exiienws
3He te(JUii set forth that, the widow
aHl tlM wmi. LewMs H Douglaw. as exe
30ik an executor, rosjiectavely. had over
$S6aXK) ia assets oftbe e.tale in their
liand and that Uie debts were so com
IwrMively iitshnnftcant that the amount
imped foroouid be easily advanced.
Dmtiii Hate Increnses.
Hfce iwiyir of deaths repented at tie
limrtoH dartient during- tiie past week
w i32 asoompared with 105 in the wcok
lHWrtoas, ami the rate rose from 20.0 to
26.2fi. The increased mortality was con
fftwKi uunuly to infants under five years
at aue, of whom Feventy'five died. Tliis
exMnds Uie average mortality of this clais
tiy rariy 0i ier cent. TIk principal causes
tttwtrt wmt" cholera infantum, teeUnng
ad various intlammatorj- ailments of the
tatcxtuirB. Among adults tLere was lefs
fWaiity, of winch eartaud kidney maladies
wwKMfce MMwrirromiiK-nt-cmisey. Tberewas
Hed';itli Irtan fcarlet fever and one death
How diphtheria reported. WSile there
was no ntmrtcd death from typhoid fever
during the M'eck, there weie duty deaths
lcwrrisn during the last Iialf of Uie fiscal
year, as against ttftyvone during the cor
npoudittg jHTiod last 3'car.
GriNihors Cominir TEaM.
Tttt lowr class of Mexicans "greasers"
tier re called out Weal are emigrating
Jt9L in large numbers. In tlie past five
2Mat audi inducements were offered them
fMoatfeerii Texas aschcap farm hands that
tw5y brought all thalrfriends on, and now
tfetare are large "gieaser" colonies all over
Ilut emigration is sajrreaf thateven Toxas
ImMtt room for litem, and Uiey are now
ftfecfciug to tlra north and east. A few
yeara oro Mexican labor was totally uu
laowa in Hie Saartrtim Sttei; now it is
litautiful. Tiioy aro so successful as cheap
lanu worker mIh the SeaUwra States Uiat
thej,- are steadily coming- Wrts way, having
already readied as far as central Ohio. A
lance number of them are m Chicago, where
tby introduced Mexican dishes at Uie
World's Fair. Exdiange.
Mr. Winslo w's Sootlilns Syrup.
Has been used, for ever fifty years by mll
lkue of moUieia for their children while
teething, with perfect success. It sooths
Ue child, Rortens the-gums, allays all pain,
euree wiud colic, and is Uie best remedy
fr diarrhoea. Snldliy druggists in every
part or the world. Be sure and ask for
"Mrs. Winslovfl Sonthing Syrup," and
take ne other kind. Twenty-five cents a
Got your Cabiuet Plioro-Frco.
JOENSON'S. Colonial Beach, on .river
frnnt. Hscelk-nt table; terms reason
able; special rates to parties. Address
Mrs. G. E. JOHNSON Jyl l-4t
COLTCN on the Potomac, Aid. The
mosr delightful salt water resort near
Washington. Finest table and best beds on
the river. Kun by owners this season.
Sterling attractions engaged. No pains
and spense sjiared to reudci it a flrst
daBP resort for btibiness men. Journalists,
and their families. Kates, Sl.ri0 uer day;
ixdiutioaliy the week or month. Steamers
Arrowsraith and Wakefield daily. Jc22-lru
DEER PARK AND OAKLAND.
On the Crest of th3 Allcshsn:o3.
(Main Line B. & O. It. K.)
GEASOK OPE.VS JTJXE 22nd, 1895.
Rales $G0, $7Gand $00 a month, accord
lug to location. Furnished cottages, with
facilities for housekeeping, if desired,
-ir0 to 5000 per season. Address
GEORGE D. DeSUIELUS, Manager,
Korth Taeoma, D. 0.,
lelS-lm WALTER BURTON.
STORAG-E-ror furniture and house
hold goods, 7 5u load. Place best lo
cated in town. Calloraddiess Cuas niium,
P30POSAL FOR THE EXTENSION
of electric light plant at tho Navy Yard,
Washington, D. C. -Bureau of Yards and
Docks, Navy Depaitment, Washington, D
C, July 8, 1S95 -Sealed pioposals, in
duplicate, endorsed "proposals for exten
sion of electric light plant. Navy Yard,
Washington , D C," will be received at this
bureau until 1 o'clock p m on Wednesday,
July 24, 1S0D, and publicly opened im
mediately thereafter Speculations and
blank fo-ras of proiwsals will be furnished,
and plan of llm Y.ml may be examined,
ujioii application to the Commandant of the
Washington Navy Yard. Responsible security-will
be required for the laithful per
formance ot the contract, and the right is
reserved to reject any or all proposals not
demed advantageous to the government,
and to waive defects. A certified cheek for
$500 must accompany the proposal as" a
guarantee that the bidder will execute the
required cora.ct within (10) days afU.r
his. proposal has beon accepted, and give an
acceptable bond with satisfactory surety
m a penal sum equal to twenty (20) per
cent, of the contract price, conditioned upon
the faithful performance of the contract.
E. 0 MATTHEWS, Chief of Bureau.
KECOKD OP THE COURTS.
"Equity Courts Chief Justice Bingham
Calliert vs. Brownwell; order limiting time
to take testimony amended. In ro Oliver
P'. Donn; committee authorized to make
loan. Bonch vs Eeach; defendant required
to testify as to his laculUes Quinn vb
McCarthy; motion for modification of
decree denied. Jnckson & Sharp Company
vs. Metzerott; appearance of absent de
fendants ordered. White vs. Metzerott;
ditto. Gresham vs. Fickling; leave to iile
amended bill granted. Willis vs Thurston;
commission to get' infants' answer ordered
to issue. Burhour vs. Earuour; restraining
orddf returnable July 17, 1895, granted.
Crosby vs. Cliaee; petition of defendant,
Katherine Chase, dismissed.
Probate Court;, Chief Justice Bingham
Proceedings in estates xs follows: Charles
O'Connor; will proved by all of tho sub
scribing witnesses. In re William Ricketts,
guardian L,. Ricketts; petition of guar
dian for authority to sell six shares Met
ropolitan Railroad stock filed John F
Ileider; petition of Ilarry J Mattem for
proving of will and codicil and letters
tosturaeiitary filed; will proved by two
witnesses. Adam Hitter, Jr ; petition
of John T. Clements for letters of admin
istration, asM?nt of next of kin; order
granting prayer, bond $1,200, qualified.
John T. Clements, guardian to orphans of
Rebecca Ritter; petition and order of ap
pointment; lHji.tl $800. Samuel M Tyler,
guardian to Genevieve Thompson; petition
and order of appointment, bond S300.
Margaret Davis; petition of John II
Mitrhel for proving of will dated Febru
ary G, 1892, and letters testamentary filed.
(William H. Cromlmo; will proved by two
of the surviving witnesses. Susan Bns
coe; final notice issued on motion of Ed
gar Murphy, executor, by Mcfcsrs. Gordon
& Gordon, proclois, appointing August
9 for settlement. Arthur St. Clair Denver;
petition of Eliza Jane and ''"ornclla Denver
for proving of will and letters testamentary
filed. Frederick Douglass; petition of
widow for an advance out of the estate filed.
Walter R. Potts; final receipts of dis
tributees filed. In re Charles E. Foster,
guardian; ..receipt of Eliza Bond for per
tonal property filed. Rev. J. T. Delaney;
executors bonded and qualified. James
L. Barbour; petition of widow and next of
kin for-removal of administrator; petition
of Mary V. McCartney audolhersforcounter
security; petition of Orren G. Staples and
others for counter security filed; rule
against administrator returnable July 17.
Criminal Court No. 1, Justice Cole
George Ee Cointe. larceny, recognizance
reduced to 500, recognizance $300 taken;
George V.' White surety.
Circuit Court No. 1, Justice Cole Evans
vs. District or Columbia, judgment in cer
tiorari. United States ex rcl Whaley et
al. vs. Carljsle et al., rule to show cause
Circuit Court No. 2. Chief Justice Bing
ham Brown vs. JJInilelorf, judgment by
deiault. Werner vs. Ilirsh, judgment by
default. Western National Ban k vs. Hedges,
order permitting plaint irTto withdraw note
upon tiling verified copy. Graves et al. vs.
flonnell, fiat on sei. fa. against defendant
BinnelL JItintyre vs. Limerich, judgment
Ileal Entulo Trnn-fers.
WHbelmina Beha, to John W. Gregg,
west 20 feet oflot lfl.Kjuare 513, $3,000.
Wra. J. Beha to Wllhelmiua Brha, west 20
TOet of lot 18, square 513, quit claim.
Daniel 0' C. Callaghan and Joseph J. Dar
lington, trustees to Patrick Sullivan, north
half of original oflot 9, square 583, $2,100.
Alexander Elliolt and wife to Wm. C.
Woodward, part of lots 8 and 9 in Kelly
stirburb, square 733, $10. Charles H.
Ficklang and wife to Watson F. Claik,
an unnumbered lot in square 100, Beall's.
addition, Georgetown, $1,000. Henry G.
Lewis to Prank E. Murray, lot 170 in
Eewls SDburbfllvision, square 85G, $10.
Florence C. Radellffe to Frederick B. Dal
rymple, lot 1"24 in Johnson's i-ubdi vision,
square 152T$10. Ailam H. Ritter to John
T Clements, undivided 1-4 Interest in.
part oflot 2 in Todd's subdivision, square
527. $10. John P. Shepherd and Hugh
Nelson, trustees, to Campbell Carrington,
lot IT, of square 060, $4,400. K. Franklin
Schnider and wife to David S. Hendrick,
lot 262 in Schneider's. Ktibdlvklon, square
ICG, $13,800. Mayr E. Thelsz to Curtis
W Holcomb,lot 2-inDavJdsoutssubdivision,
square 3G8, $9,000.
Fidelity AKhOinliry, Kl of L,., Election..
Officers have been elected for the cnsuincr
ttorm by Fidelity Assembly, No. 2031,,
K. ot L., as rollows:
Master workman, Frank Burns; worthy
foremnu, Al. Burns; worthy guide, Sam
uel Armstrong; almoner and .statistician,
William Hi G. 8inirrons;.finaneIalsecretary,
-Tnlm Plnrnnnt rAcnrrtlnn- cecrntnrr "
' Asii;tTeasurer,E. Compton; worthylnspoctor,
William Hunt; oTitsiao esquire, Pierce-
Hnwan llfTl1cR nnnnlnlwl inPiYlnmilnn,
of T.nlinr. AVlllintn Hunr. A 'Riirjin R
L Armstrong, T. Currau, and H. E, Strib.
i Steamer Macalester to Marshall Hall
ana jnaian neaa, xnursaay, .Friday, and
Saturdajr evenings at 6i30ii. m
TEE copartnership heietoforo existing
iKitweon L. M. Cook and G. 1L Sparks
is this day oiolved by mutunl consent.
L. M. Cook assumes all liabilities and will
collect all accounts due the firm. The busi
ness will bo from this date conducted by
L. M. Cook under the firm name ofE. M.
Cook & Co. E. M. COOK.
July G, 1805. G.H. SPARKS
Washington, D.C., June 1, 1395 To all
whom it may concern The commission crea
ted by section 2 of public act No. 114, ap
proved Match a, 1893, has resolved rrom tho
Commissioners of the District of Columbia
a certified copy of a map showing tho
piopobcd permanent system of highways
in the District of Columbia wiuiln tho
area bounded by North Capitol street.
Rock Creek. Florida avenue, and the Dis
trict line. This map and plats showing
in detail how each lot and tract tsaffccled
by the proposed system of highways aro
now on exhibition in tlie office ot tho
Comniishiouers or the District or Columbia.
All persons interested are invited
to examine the . map and plats.
ThiB commission Avill consider any sug
gestion or proteot concerning the location
of any highway or portion of a highway
as shown ou the man. The suggestions
and protests must be in writing and must
clearly set forth the reasons for the
changes, and show the property owned or
controlled by the objector All protests,
etc , must be submitted on or iK-lore July
15, 1895, and be addressed to the Chief
of Engineers, United States Army, War
Department, Washington, D. C. This
Commission will meet August 1, 1895,
nt 9 o'clock a in.. In tho oifice of tho
Secretaiy of War, to dispose of all objec
tions, aud will then hear orally from
those who desire to thus suppoit their
DANIELS LA MO NT.
Secretary of the Interior.
WM. P CRAIG II ILL.
Chief oC Engineers. U S Army.
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1 125 P st. nw. jyll-3t
FOR SALE 20 Al milk cows, or will
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WANTED-A party as treasurer of a
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WANTED To exchnnge S700 worth
large handsome paintings for suburban
or country ground. 727 7th sti no. jy9-G
BONANZA i" gold property; just in
vestigate and see. GOLD, this office.
WELL ordered lunch room, doing good
business, near F st., bet. 9th and 12th,
nw.; cheap at $550. S. M JONES, 510
LADIES having hats left at A. T.
WHITING'S bleaching establishment,
51B 10th st. nw., will please call for them
on or before July 31. jyll-7t
HOUSES papered from $20 up; rooms,
$2 up: estimates cheerfully given.
CHAS. N. EVANS, 222 Kith bt. SW. jjG-7t;
JUST RECEIVED Fine lot young Cu
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IN. the Supreme Court of' the District of
William L. Peabody, executor of the last
Board of Education of tho Presbyterian
Church in t ho united States of America, etal.
On motion of complainant by hissollcltor,
Mr. W. W. MlllaJ, it is this 3d DAY OF
JULY, 1895, ordered that tlie defendants,
the Board of Education of the Presbyterian
Church in the United States of America"
Board of Home Missions of the Presbyterian
Church in the United States of America; the
Church In tlie United States of America;
in the United States of America; the trustees
inthe State of New York.andtheAmericun
Missionary Association, cause their appear
ance to be entered hc?ln on or before the
first rule day occurring forty days after
this day, otherwise tlie cause -will be
proceeded with aB'in case of. default.
The object of this suit irj to obtain a
construction of the wiH'orNehcmlak Cobb,
deceased, to sell the real estate of whiclf
he died seized", and determine the respective
rights of the defendants in the proceeds
Provided that a copy of thiB order be1
published in the Washington Law Reporter
and The Washington Times onco a, week
forthroosuccesslvcMveeks previous to said
(By the Court) E. T. BINGHAM,
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J. T. WALKER. SONS, 204 10th sfc nw..
carpet lining-, feltB, firo brick and clay,
asbestos, paints, brashefr, lime; cement, two.
and three-ply roofing material. qprSl-lmt
DIVORCES obtained in four months
without publicitv; business slrlctlv
confidential; terms reasonable; for fuil
particulars, call or address Room. G. Typo
graphical Temple. jyl-Lit
Harry Park, printer, 920 F., nut ced.
JubS1 opened. Scientific mas
sago, ynpor, plain and sea
salt baths; raagnptic treat-
TrttW natftll nnrl mirnt!iA
1UUJ11, j.uoua uuw WUitUilU,
0 a. uu tc 9 p. m. lime Burnett, 5.12 E.st. nw
NO FEE UNTIL CURED.
" DR. CZARRAr
602 F Bt. nw., Washington, D. O.
Treats all chronic, nervous and blood dls
eases, alcoholism and opium habit. SPE
CIALTY Kidncv and Bladder Trouble..
Piles. Fistula, Stricture. &c. PRIVATE
Diseases positively and permanently- cured,
Lost Manhood restored. Consultation free
Office hours 9 to 12 a. m., 2.to 5:30 p.raj,
0:30 to 8 p in.. Sunday. 4tcr7 p. m.
Get your Cabinet; riioto Free-
nSXT WANTED FEMALE
WANTED-A competent nurse girl.
Apply with reference at 1232 9th st.
WA.NTBB First-class experienced
mangle hands; best wages and steady
work. Apply GODFREY LAUNDRY CO.,
1223 F .St. jyll-3t
"W.A.K'THID Coodhandson shirtwaists,
wrappers aud underwear. 1744 7th
st nw. iyl0-3t
HELP YV'ANTEI) MALE.
W A.WTISD Young man,, 20 to22years
or age; must be of good appearance
and manners and a hard worker. Apply
MEUTZ'S DRUG STORE, 11th and F
WANTED-Young man to work in
bakery. Call b09 Glhsw. Jyll-lt
WANTED-Six intelligent, sober nion
of good address to take orders by sample
for a daily nicT-s<y. Call or addrc-s JNO.
P RENDER, 1115 Pa. ave.te Jyl l-lt
WAHTED-First-class Industrial In
huran"cageiuE;good pay lo the right par
ties Call at room 25, 509 7th st nw.
WANTED-'U once, good eoblcr and
shoemaker. Call at 02G New York
ave. nw. jyl0-3t
SITU A T IONS TV ANTED MALE
Address G. W. F.. this
"WANTED Situation, by young- man;
experienced salesman and driver? beat
re rs N EC ESS 1 TY. this office jell-3t
WANTED White boy, 17, wants a
plaee to work; can use Caligraph; ixjst
refs. Address Box 13, this office.jylO-2
WANTED-Stenographer and type
writer wants position at a moderate
salary; first-class experience as to ability,
experience, etc. Address W. C. J., this
Get your Cabinet LMiom Free.
SITUATIONS "VYA-Ti2JJ ECMAM.
W.4.KTED-Byyouug woman, workon
half time or sewing. 2516 7th st.uw. 1
WANTED-By a settled woman, a
place as laundry woman. Call at 223
Brooks court, bet. 2d and 3rd, 0 and P sts.
nw- jyl 1-lt
WANTED 2or3unfur roomsforlight
housekeeping at once; central. Address
O. X. T., this office. jvl0-3fc
FOB SAJuB 3nSCELLA:NEOUS.
LARGE ice box, awning, meae rack,
horse and wagon. Inquire 725 13th st.
y?- jy-11 3t
CANOPY top surrey, first-class order;
coupe cheap. 204 Pa. ave. se. jyll-3t
FOR SALE Bicycle, $20; also roller
top desk, $17; both bargains. Room 4-,
918 F st nw it
FOR SALE-Chcap Bread and cako
bakery; owner wishes to leavo city.
Address N. A.J3., thIsoffJce. jyll-3t
FOR SALE Lunchroom; good loca
tion; bargain if sold atcuice; ownerhas
other business. CASH, this oifice. It
FOR SALE Orchestrion or large or
gan; 14 rollers; good music; price $900;
easy payments. ORGAN, this orficc.
FOR SALE-Organ suitable for church
or parlor; $50. 1425 P st. nw. Jyll-3t
FOR SALE-Horse and Duyton. Call
at 719 Oth St. sw. It
FOR SALE Or will exchange for a
first-class standard make runabout or
ouggy, a very handsome mahogany bay
Toad marc, spirited, speedy, kind; no road
too long for her; 15.1 hands, without a.
blemish; Don Diego-Morgan stock; thor
oughly acclimated; printed pedigree; a bar
gain to anyone; guaranteeing her good
homo. BON TON STABLES, 321-323
Third st. so. jvlO-7t
FOR SALE-Choap, ono horse. Call
at G28 Oth st. sw. jy9-3t
FOR SALE Cheap; a top surry.horse
and harness; surry but little used, at
"STANTON ALLEY SALE STABLE, betr.
K, L, 13th and 14th Bts. jy93t
FOR SALE Fine 4-year-old marc,
weighing 1,030; a good driver, sound
as a dollar; reason for soiling, the want of
use; carriage and harness if wanted. Call
943 N nw. jy9-3t
FOR SALE Nearly new, side barbug
gy; elegant make: good condition; low
price. Apply to GEO. GHEEN", Phoenix
Stables) G st. beU. 6tannd'71h nw. jy9-3t
A BARGAIN Horse, buggy, and
harness for $125, at 517 18th st nw.
LAWN GRASS SEED, fertilizer, lnsectl
clde, sprinklers for plants and lawns, mon
keys, parrots, canaries, mocking birds,
gold fish, dogs, and fanoy pigeons.
SCHMID'S, 712.12tU.sC nw.braueli 1221
Ea. avej mylO-tf
RnfiRilC? Kfi CENTS TO 81.M-BY WEEK
UUIS O OU $150 to S10. Hot water, heat,
, ""'' v and bolls and.r00.1U bolls in
' overy-room. MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, 218 4
' st. nw. mj30-tf
Washington, D. C.
H". C. BURCH. Manaeei.
Get; your Cabinet Pboto Free.
I WISH t accomniodate G or 8 board
ers at $15 per month; good table, fine
water; lovely nit view; near church and
depot; plenty good milk and shade. Mrs.
JOS THOMPSON, Linden, Warren co.,
"Va. ice It
WANTED-A few boarders at Hal
pine, Md., Met branch B. & 0. R. R.
Address or apply 1339 14th st. nw., 2d
L ADIT financially embarrassed will sell
fine set solitaire diamond earrings,
cost $500, for $300, or will borrow $250
and give earrings as collateral. Address
WIDOW No. 2, this office. It
WANTED Driving horse as cash pay
ment lor brick dwelling. Address EX
CHANGE, this office It
IF XOTJ WANT TO SELL YER BIKE
bring it here; new and Second-hand bi
cycles sold on commission. BASEMENT,
G02 F st. nw. iyi.-!l7t
WANTED-Hv n first-class caterer, a
dining-room with few boarders to begin
with. Address CATERER, this, office.
WANTED Good 14-ft.yawl bout, with
sail, or good nancy boat; must be low
price. Addresif ttating price, BOAT, 1009
E st. nw. Jyii-ir
WANTED To buy lot good secoud-
hand cauvas.1330 7th St. nw. Jyll-3t
WANTED-Horbcs to pasture at $-t
per month. Apply at 19th st. and
Bennmgs road ne. for information, jll-3
WANTED-$1,500 for three years
on property In adjoining State; se
curity ample; will pay good Interest; Ad
dress Box 315 city postfflce. jyl0-3t
WAWTED-To boy immediately fir
teen to twentj- thousand good second
hand brick. Address WANTED BRICK,
419 G st. nw. iylOl?t
WAKTED-S-iOO to $500 on a farm
near Mauasses, Va., for one or two
vears. Address JOHN, this ofrice.
WANTED-Children to call at 437"
11 tii St. nw. and get a Mother Goose
WANTED- can sell you any kind
of sewing machiue that is made.
New machines from $15.00 up.
Second-hand machines from $5.00 up.
Machines repaired from SOc.up.
Machines rented. Send us-a postal.
THE ENTERPRISE S M. CO.,
331 Penu. ave se-
WantedTry Rubber RoorPaint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE.
And charge only for paintlne: Trorkeuarante.!
NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO . lftS StU nw
CHANCE to make money I will give
50c. ror every qt. customer of milk;
steady customers. 751 Stb st. Fe Jy-l-7t
IF YOTT WANT TO SELL YER BLEE
bring it here; new and second-hand bl
cvclcs' sold on commission. BASEMENT,
FOIl HliNTJ HOUSES.
FOR RENT A bargain 8-room base-1
inent brttTk, 1308 3d st se; newly
painted and papered; stable; large yard;
nice neighborhood white tenamsi Sll 50.
A M HOAD LEY. 219 -1 l-2st. nw jell-3c
FOR RENT 1412 Gth st nw . 3-story
and ccl'ar, 10 moms and bath, furnace,
front aud large back yard; in good repair;
$42 50 permontb. Apply at 1"21C S stnw.
FOR RENT At Colonial Beach. a.ne w
cottage (.heap. Tor balance of season.
Address M E. L.. 43 P st. ne. jy-103t
FOR RENT 1220 I sf. ne.; reducedto
$10.30. W. J. FRIZZELL, 912 7th
SS7.50-125 6th. st. sw ; 8r a. m. i.,
audstable. CLX. YODER.GlSEst.nw.
S3S.50-31 1 ta320 N. C. ave. sc ; 9r.,
a. ra. 1.; net
C. T. Y0rER,G15Est.nw
FOR RENT Fart or hcuge (7 rooms)
1015 L4th st. nw ; rent taken m board.
if desired; referencesexchanged. j0-3t
S30.00--125 6th sr. sw.; 8n, a. m: 1.,
audstable. C.T YODER.61oEsr.nw.
S35.00-314 to 320 N. C". ave. se.;9r.,
a. m. i.; new.
C. T. YODER. G13 Est. uw.
112.50 1120 Tthst. tc.. 5r aricS.
a T YODER, 615 Est. nwr
S35-00 1420 9tti st. nw.,Sr. b.; m. 1.
C. T. YODER. 6T5 H st nw.
FOR HEXT ROOMS.
FINE rooms for rent at G27 E nw.; two
on second floor, commuaicating.r suit
able for doctor, lawyer or dentist; also
rooms on third and ronrth. mid a beautiful
basement suitable for caterer. jyll-3t
DELIGHTFUL cool front rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. 1121" I st.
COLORED tenants-, elegant rooms at
417 K st. nw.; furnished or unfur
nished; cheap this week. jyll-3t
FOR RENT 2unfur rooms for house
keeping. 211 rioor, with gas and bath;
near 3 lines of cars; rent moderate. 942
Va ave. sw. it
LOOE Beautiful fur. room; pleasant
location; only $10; hall room. $G.
171G 14th St. nw. it
FOR RENT Lanre front room; fur
nished suitable for two; with or with
out board; reasonable. Apply at 421 K-st.
nw . jy-10 3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms and
board; $4,50 per week. G12 B st.
sw. jy-10 .'it
FOR EENT-Two unfurnished rooms;
G15 R st. aw.; cheap to acceptable per
son. jy-10 2-
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, 2d floor; also two rooms 3d rioor;
lowmtps; location pleasant and convenient;
board if desired. Call 937 Knw jy9-3t
roH salk STriimniArr.
ON ACCOUNT OP AGE AND WISHING TO
rottro, will sell great bargains ia taa fol
lowing suburban property on tho lino of tho
B. &0. R. R and the new Electric R. It, ant
all on the westsido-of the B. &O. R. R., anl
near the stations. High, and healthy. Good,
200 lotB with from 700 :o 1S.00O foet in each,
oi ground hich and healthy,
14 acros of land nilh good buildings and
, good cold wator. high and healthy.
ir acr3 01 ianu wnn 4-room uouso anu gooa
cold water, high aLd healthy.
1G acres of laud, 12-rcom house and good cold
watt-r, very high anil healthy.
5 acres of laud no house, hich and healthy.
0 acres of land, no house, cat: groro. high and
CO or 105 acres of land, plenty oi good build
ings, largo orchards, -nlth. an. abundance of all
kinds 01 tho most choice fruits.
SO lots and also 6 houses, near Charlton
Hoights station, 5, ti, 7, S and IS and 12 rooms.
On easy terms ormonthly installments.
Inquire ot FRANCIS. SU ANA BliOOKE.
Charlton Heights Station.
ulO-lin O11B.&O. R. IC
FOR SALT! r.O'l-S.
A BEAUTIPUL Building site on
New York ave. bt. 1st and N. Cap. sts.
nw. will be sold Friday evening at 5 p m.
FOIt SAIsE HOUSE.
FOR SALE ELOTtlSES -Brick dwel
ling; one square to Pennsylvania ave
nue cars; price SI, 500. $100, $10 monthly;
large yard. EASTERDAY &JIALDEMAN,
G17 14lli st. It
FOR RENT Brick hoiiEe;seven rooms;
No. 2204 1 st. nw;. papered: gas; water;
latrobe; hallway; good yard; wood and coal
shed; $18.50 per month; alley in rear.
Inquire at comer 22d and I sts. nw., or
at Wescott & Wilcox's office. jy97t
LOST strayed or stolen from Suitland.
Md., gray mare, about 14 1-2 bands,
five years old. Any information address
t J. E'. OGLE, Brandiwine, Md. jyll-Jt
aio:s-Y: to loait.
MONEY to loan on bonds, stocks, trusts,
loan association certificates, and old
line life insurance policies; no delay.
YERKES & BAKER,
40 to 4G Metzerott Bidff.
$1,000 In hand to loan on small house,
pr vacant ground: 6 percent; no delay.
S. M. JONES. 510 10th St. nw. JyO-3ft
IF yon want money on bonds, steaks;
trusts, loan association certificates,
and old line life insurance policies, you,
must call lief ore July 1; no delay.
YERKHS & BAKER,
3mo 40 to 4G, Merzerotc BIdg.
MONEY-Vi'e have plenty ot money
to loan on good real estate; very lovr
Interest; easy payments Lmos made
promptly NATIONAL SAVINGS, LOAU
AND TRUST CO , 017 F st. nv. je7-lm
"CONCERNING LOANS AND INVEST
MENTS" Read this booklet carefully
before birrowingor investing; call and get
a copy free. B. H. WARNER & CO . 91G
F st. nw. ra2S-3mo
MONEY TO LOAN All clawea of real
eastale loans niu'fc with proinptuesd at cur
rent rates. TILE McLACHLEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COill'ANY. cor
ner 10th and G meets nw. mstr
IVlONEY ANY ScWdESIRED
At 5 fl.nrl S r.Ai-.nr
WALTER U. AC'KKK, 70t 11 st ai
A TONSY TO LOAN OX REAL ESTAT2,
LIFE OF BORROVfEK INSURED
For amount advanced; easy paynnnta; about
R. L GOODMAN,
C68 13tt st am
Hie ruLTONs loan' office. 121s pa
xtbl e. tt. Establisiiea in liTO. Monr
loanad on watches, diamonds. Jewelry, sllysxw
war, ett Special bareahu la watche, welry,
WASaiA'GTON, D. C.
Tlio Fourteenth session wUl open
Tuesday, October 1st.
Address AIHS. Wil. D. CVBELX.,
By Dayllslit to Fortress. Monroe
By tlio PowerfulNew I'uhtceSteamer
In addition t the regular daily night
servicebysteamersNorfolkand Washing ton.
The new steamer. Newport News, earn
mencng on July the 4in. 1895, wiR b
placed on the rome by daylight on the fal
Will leave Washington on the mornlngrof
the 4th. at S o'clock sharp, errtving acOld
Pomt at 3:30 and Nortolk at G 30 p. m.
Returnlnz. leave Norfolk at 8 p. m , and
Old Point at 9 -30, after the fireworks,
and arrives in Washington at 8.45 dsxz
After July the 4th the following schedule
will be in effect during themomhs-of July
Will leave Was hingtononFriday morning-,
July the 5h. ami every Sunday, Monday.
Wednesday, and Friday, at 8 a. m . arriv
ing at Forcres3 Monroe as 5.30 and-NorfoIk
at G.30 p. m Ewurning leave Norfolk
on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, ac
T.4o a. m.. and Fortress' Monroe a. 3:30
a. 111-. arriving in Washington at 6-415 p rn.
Oa the Sunday crips from Washington
the setamer returns fame night, Ieavinfj
Normifc ac 8, and Fortress Monroe as
3 45 p. ni . arriving m V'ashlnstoa nexG
morning at 7 o'clock.
ir desired pasiengers can go In either
directionby daylight and rettirnonone of the
regular night steamers. Washington or
Norfolk, on same day only. Fare for
the round, trip, $3 GO. All tickets br day
steamer willnor be ho no red rorreturn passage
af rer date- stamped on back.
Connections made, at Norfolk by the
day and night steamers with the elegant
steamers or the Old Dominion Steanitbip
Company. TorNew York andthes'immer re
sorts of the Bait, and with the Merchanu
and Miners' steamersi Cor Boston and Provi
dence; with the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail
road at Old Point for Richmond and too
West; ai Norfolk with Seaboard Air Line
for Raleigh. Charleston, ami Atlanta;
with the Norfolk and Western Railroad,
the Norfolk and Carolina, and Norflok and
Southern, and with the Virginia Beach, ami
Ocean View Railroads.
Steamers Norfolk and Washington will
continue regulur night schedule a.s here
tofore, leaving Washington every eveiHHs
in the yearrrom the-wharf, foot oC Seventh
street, at 7 p. ni.
Tickets ousaleaicornerNew YbrfcAveaiia
amtFifteemh street northwest, and a 1421
019. and 313 Pennsylvania avenae-nonh-west.
All other information desired will be
fermsbed on application to the under
signed, at the companv's wtiarf. foot o
Seventh street. Telephone No 750
CORNER OF SIXTH. ANl B
In Fffect Jnnc 2S 1805-
:0.3J A. 31. rENNSYLVANLV LIMlTED-PaC.
man SJeeficg, i)ims. Smoking, aud Obser
vation C&rs. liarmburg to Chicago. Ctaria
natl, Indianapolis, bt. Loals, Cleveland aal
Toledo. BnCet Parlor Car to Harrlsburz.
I(h20 A. 31. FAbT LINE. Pullman Buffet Par
lor Car to Harrisburc Parlor and Dissoj
Cars, Harrlaburg to Pittaburg.
X:t0 P M. CBI(liO AND ST LOCIS SXPRH3S.
Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Harrlsburc
Heaping and Dining Cars. HarrUburs-to 3c
Louis, Cincinnati, LouisTtUe, and Chicago.
MO P IL WUaTEKN EXPRESS ruttraaa
Sleeping Car to Cbicago, and Harrtsburg n
O.o eland. Dining Car toChlcazu.
7:10 P.M. SOUTn-WiSTERNEXPltSSS-Pall.
man Sleeping and Dicinc Cars to Sv Louis,
anil Sleeplntr Car Ilarrlsbnrc-A Cincianatll
lCrfOP. JL PACIFIC EXPREbS-PuUmanblea-i.
ing Car to Pittsburg:
W0 A. M for Kana, t acandatcua. Rochsatcr,
and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday.
10.C0A AL lor EhniraandRonova, daily, exeepX
Sunday. For Williatnaport daily, 3:10 P. M.
WOE. M. for Wilhiinsport. Roohoster, BuHalOv
and Xiagarst Fells dallr, except Saturday,
with sleeping car Washlugtoa to Suspension
Bridge- Tic BuC&lo.
:0:0 P. .L lor Erie, Canandaisua. Rochester;
Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily; aleopu:
car Wasolustoa toilniir.i.
Tor Philadelphia. N-JVtrYorfc. nn1 Vys t-i,.
iXQV M. CONGII&sSIONAl. LUnTBD." all
Parlor Cars, vm la Dining Car from Balti
more, for Now Yori. daily, for Philadelphia
week-days. Regular at 7.03 (Dining Car).
:a),3ie, 10.00 fining Car;, and lliOO (Din
ingCarra ra.. 1243,3:13, 4, 6:iO.MhOO.ana
llip. m. Oafcunday, 7rfK Dining Car),
7.50, 9D0, 11JO tfllnin Car) a. m.. 1303.3:15.
4.10,8:10. 10.C0. and 113 p. m. For PhUa
delphla only. Past Erprcsa 730 a. m. weoS
day. Expre33, 2:01 and 5: to p ua. dally;
For Boaton, without change-. 7:53 a. m. wooi
days. and.3:13 pr in. daUri
For Baltimore, &23, 7ai3, 70, VX 9SO,
10.00, 10J0, HiM. and 11:51 a m.. 12:13,
2J)1. 3.15. 2:40. (4J LimltdJ. 4S0, 438. 5
6 03. 6:40, 7:lt. 10a, 10-40, 11-15, and 11:33
p ra. On Sunday, 7:03, 720, 3K. 9,
ICO, 11:00 a. m., 12:13. Iil3,2:01.3d3,-fcia (1:01
Limited), 4, 5:40, R03, 0:10, 7:10, 10:00, H:U),
and 11:33 p, m.
For Pope's Cxoek. Liae. 70. a. m. and. 4:35 p ra.
daily, except Sunday.
For Anapo, TsJO and !W a. m., 12:15 and tr
p: m. dxilr, except Sunday. Sundays, 9s3J
n, 111. and 43 p. in.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Richmond,
Jacksonville, and Tampa, 4-SU a. m., 30 p. m.
daily. Richmond and Atlanta. 8:40 p. m. daily,
Richmond only, 10:37 a. m. ireet days.
Accommodation, for Quastlco, 7:13 a. m. daUy,
aud 4si3 p. Ea. iroo-d8.
For Alexandria. 40, 0 33. 7:43. &10. ffilX I3i?
IliO a, m , 12-50. 1:40, 320,4:23, 5.-C0, 5-37. l
S.02, 10:10, and 11 33 p in. On Suatiayat LJO,
7:43. 9:13 a; in , 2:45. felo, S, and 10:10 p. m.
Leave Alexandria for Waehtugton, 0)5, 6:137:03,
S.C0, fclO. 10.13, 10.23 a. ia.. laX). 2:13, 3.-00. 3ril.
E;C0, 5-30 6:13, TiCO, 7r. ShlO, lCh52, andll-OJ p.
m. On Sunday at 6:17. 9:10, 10sS a. m.,&R,
1.30, 7:00. 7-20,9ilOr and 1032 p. m
For Atlantic CItr. 9C0 (Saturday3 only), 10:00,
11.00 a. ia. week dara 12:15" and 11.33- p. m.
For Cape May, 10.00 a. in., (Satnrdaya only)t
12.13 p. m. weet days, and 1135 p. m. daily.
Ticket offices, northeast comer ot 13th3trear
end Pennsylvania Avenue, and at the ssatioo
fcixtk and B Streets, wheroordercan be left for
the checkins- of basga;a: to destination. Irani
hotels and rsaidenevs.
S. 11 PUEVOST, O-.R. WOOD,
Geueral ilanasoc General Passenger. St,