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THE TIMES", THURSDAY, jUTG-UST 8, 1895.
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S?2VV5R 'wardens at Raleign-oH-lhc-Puton-m-;
Ktii'ib accommodations S.
L KALI i H. Ittdgc, lid nuC-7t
JOIEPi OK jejOtJSE-CotomalBtach,
on waier irout. tonus riioiiab.e; pe-
ciH rat. to is rUi't. AddrebS MRS. G. D.
J f HNSOX. au-i-Tt
POTOMAC DAY A cw place op
p;..ite Wi.kn'MUi'f,; beautifully located
. , -ic, laL.i bui-i.tly luri.iud: terms
lo a' C. C. Wi-KERSON, Prop.,
jj Iu Into Co.oirial Ikacb, Ta.
WOODLA-H- RckvMe. Md.; -with
all iotUrn conveniences; lighted with
ca. buttus. etc.; large rooms and shaded
lawiib; terra, moderate; SI 50 ner day, $7
to iO por week. MS. 11- J. CO LLC V
Famous No 9 Bwr The Hocrniann.
. JT. CURKY & SONS, Com racing
Urn Klay-r; bntk woik of all kinds
done, jobbing pruoipily attended to; all
"Hi.il .i.-i.uiu-ou, oUtuky cuinmeya cuicd or
no iiatf-; 36 years" exjieriwiice. Xo.
508 18Ui ht i oo34w
lira, k. C. bctvus removed tholr music
store ii Uteir ue w and commodious quarters,
No. 1316 fievnpUi. -treat, nurthwcbt, whero
tli-ir frictKi.' and patrou will receive tne
usual prompt and uourluous attention lo
their musical wants. aul-7t
SPECIAL to TaWc Boarders lies srs
Duffy .V Lex.naarda, proprietor of
"The American Hom-io," corner Fennsyl
T&n.a ave.'ur and t-evonth street, beg to
announce to the puWic generally that they
are now .rvn g the licst table boaid in the
cry, fMu 6 a in. to 8 p. in., al the
following !!'ieed prices.- 3 meals per day,
$2 J, 2 n!il- iKr day, $15 per mouth.
Pan.lCiil.ir atu-uuou given ladi-s
T(.E:i HOTICB-1 paper rooms for
S-- and upM-H-rd; yu can save 25 per
cent n the-e prices. F. G. NOLTE, 810
CtU st. uw. Phone.. 445. Xo branch.
BY electricity, btraw hats cleaned
while you -vC.it. Cll 7th st. nw
J'HEKE AE OTIlKltS" IX THE 1'KIXTIXQ
J. hustnt-MU but low coueenis like The Law
I5i-:'iter .'otj-ujr.ot MS Fifth street uor:&--pa
Yootl Cit a posUiTc lelief totradt
there lioit Y iIUORE,Mgr.
JUST ItECElVED Fine lot young Cu
ban parrots, guaranteed to talk; alo
monkeys, cauari..s, moeking Itirns. gold
li'-ti, dtmfc. and fancy pigeons. SCHMID'S.
71? 12th fet. nw., biaueh 1221 Pa. av&
MONET TO LOAN.
IMCONEY Jo loan on bonds, slocks, tiusts,
loau association ceitificat-es. and old
line life lusuianoe poliacs; no delay.
YERKES & BAKER,
40 lo 4G lletzeiott Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN -In luree -sums,
or a-- low as $l,uuo,at G and 6 per
cent on D. C real eMate; also $250, $000,
$750 , etc . at 6 per cent WM A. SAUX
DLKS CO , 1407 F st. tf
".VIONEY lo loan on jeal estate at less
thau C pei cent.; to be returned m
m -ut lily installments; no comniissions. J.
T HALL. 721 13 til ht. a w.
2VIONEY l lan at 5 and 0 poi cent.,
on lufeiiict of Columbia realty; no
d .a if isecunty is satisfactory.
WALTLR H, ACKER. 704 14th nw.
CONCERNING LOAX8 AND INVEST
MENTS" Ecad This booklet rarefully
before birro-wing or investing: callandget
n col y free. B. H. WARNER & CO , 916
F fit n . m2S-3mo
MONLY TO LOAN Airclafisea of leal
eus'aie ieaub made with promptness at cur
rent rates. TUB McLACHLEX REAL
ESTATE AVD LOAN COiil-ANY. cor
oer loth and G rtieets nw. mtf
nK. ITLTON'S LOAN OFFICE. 121S TK
to. k. yr. EstaWlsSiod in 1S70. iloaoy
lobQtd ob w-lches, diamonds, Jewelry, eilrer
Vers, "tc .Special tiarcalna In wctches, rrtlrj,
ar.d Mivtirware. ItCtMlmo
LA FETRA'S Hotel aud tafe, 11th
and G rts. uw. Central, convenient.
Summer Tales very low. au8-7t
"TEE DEAN" Newly remodeled
lunu-ut-d-rooni house, facing jiark; sin
gle or double rooms, with or without
board S21 Missouri ave. au6-lw
Washington. D. O.
TI C "BTTP.cn. MntiacT
CTATI0N CORNER O" fcUXTH AND
tr rfect June 28 1S
10.30 A II PENNSYLVANIA LMITED-PuU.
nmu S:cr-r Juhce, Smoking, and Oturr
TD,uou C'tiTs Uairisburs lo Chicago, Ciucin
null, Indi&uupolis, St. Loals, Cleveland, and
1 o!eda li-flet Parlor C ar lo Hnrrlaburg
JC0 A M. FAbT LINE. Pullman Bullet Par
lor Car to liarrisburc 1 arlor aud Dintaj
t era, Utrrieburc to Pittsberc
f:CF M CbUAOUANDbT LOIT5 E-PRE53.
Pullman Kuffet 1'arior Car to Harrlflbarc.
Eleepiuc iuJ Dining Cars, Harrisburc to it
Louie, l lur.nuuti, 1xuisvi!1r, and Chicago.
MOP Al WE'1EK. IvXl'RKsS - 1'ullmaa
tcrj.uiB Car to Chicago, aud llarribburs w
C elahd Dining C ar to Cincaca
?0P. SI buUlH-WLSTLUN EXPRESS. Pull,
man Mpejrtng and Dlninc -crfl to fax. Louis,
mid Hoopinz Cor Harrifburs to Cincinnati.
3C:4CI. M. PACIFIC EXPREbSPuUmsn bleep
ing Car IittBbur&
T0A M for Kane, . -nntidalcua, Rochester
andN.tg.ra Falls daisy, ex ejit Sunday
JCU A M li r Lhnira aud Renova, dally, ei.-opj
rundny 1 or Wlll.-msjiort dally, 340 P si
MOP. SI for Williamsport, RocUoster. Dunalo,
tad Niagara lalls daily, oiCBpt Saturday,
Tfitl. Oeinag car " ashlngton to Suspension
Bridge via Buffalo.
:C:0 1' M. for Erie, Cansndalgua, Itonhester,
Buffalo, and Nicjara Falls daily; Eleepmj
c&r Wathiuston loKlmira.
Trr lli.ladopaia. Ncv o-ic, nndtli? iit
0P. SI 'CONGRE-SIOXAL LIMITED." ill
Parlor Care, IU Dining Car from Baltl
tuare, for New Tori dally, for Philadelphia
TvoeL-days. Regular at 7.0J (Dining Car),
:a0, 810, 30.00 (Dining Car;, and UrfW (Die
ingC'tr) a m., 12:15, ad5,40, 6rfO.10.-00. and
ll:Cp in On Sunday, 7:03 (Dining Car),
5, X$, 11.00 (Dining Car) a. m., 12:13,3:35,
i0, t:40, 10.-00, and 11:S3 p. in. For Phila
delphia only. Fast Expiess 753 a. m. Tfoek
dp.ya. xpr33, -:01 ond&:40p. m. dtlly.
yor Boston, without change, 73 a. m. oeX
days, and 8.15 P in. daily.
ror Bultlmore, C:!3, 715. 73. J3, 9:33,
1010 30-M, 31.-03. and 1133 &. m., 12:15,
iSfl 8.15. 20. (4.-03 Llralt-d), 4S0, 4S, 5:40.
f5. C:4B, 7:10. 103. 30:40. 11-15, and 11:53
p in. On Sunday. 7.-05, 70, 9X. 9.-03,
;0-50.313 a. in-, 1-15. 1:15,S31. 3:15.3:40 (4i)3
Limited), 4-9, 6:40, 65, 0:10, 70, 10:00, lj.W,
For Poji"s Creek Lints. 73 a. xa. ana 4Sp to.
duly, osorj)' Sunday.
Fcr Annapolia, 7-0 and a.-03 a. m., 115 and hi)
p. m. daily, except Sunday. Suadays, 9.-JJ
a. in nnd 4.--D p. in.
Atlantic Coast Lino. Express for Richmond,
Jarkuonxille, and Tampa, 4.30 a. m.,S:30p.m.
daily Richmond and Atlanta, 6.-40 p. m. dolly.
Richmond only, 10T a. m. week days.
Aoconnnodation tor Quantlco, 7:45 a. m. dally,
and 4:25 p m. "weok-daji.
Tor Alexandria, 4.30. 653. 7:43, 8:13. 9:13. 103T
310 a. sn , 32A0. 1:40. aS0.43, 5.-00, D:37. 6:15
6:02,10:10, and 11.39 p in. On Sun jay atLil,
7.-45. yS5 a. m., 2:45. 6:15, S.-OO, and 10:10 p. in,
Xe-Te Aloxandria for W slnngton, 6:05, 6:43, 7.-35,
E CO, 9.10. 10:15, 30.33 a. xa., 1:00, 2:15. 3.-03. 31.
t;C0. 5:30 Ca3. 7,7:20. 9U0. 10.52, and 11:03 p.
m. On Sunday at 6:45, 9.10, 10:23 a. m.,.a5,
1:30, 7M, 70, 9:10, and 1052 p. m.
Tor Atlautlc City, 9i (Saturdays only), 10:00,
11.00 a, m. week days, 2U5 and 1L35 p. l
Fcr Cape May, 10.00 a. m , (Saturdays only),
32:15 p. in. rreek days, and 11:35 p. m. daily.
5"lcket offices, northeast corner of 13tastret
end I'onufiylvania Avenue, and at th station
Sixth and B Streets, where orders can be left tor
the checking of baggaco to destination fro
otels and reldence&
f. SI. PREVOS r, J. B. WOOD,
General -Xonaxez. Central Paesecer lt
'AHTED-An educated stenographer
and typewriter, capable or managing
weekly newspaper In this city; moderate
sulary aud participation in profits; none
bat temperate n.eii need apply, Addnas
with full particulars, STEN, Box 02, this
WANTED-Gentlemen of good ad
dress, with refe., who arc out of employ
ment. Pase call at Rooms 14 and 15,
McGill Building. am&pm-S
WA.NTED-Eoy In grocery; must
live near 14th m and Fla. ave., and be
JioneM, Address COrFEE, this office.
2EI? FREE Mrs. L.
G hi. nw. ,
WANTED-4 expert onp powder can
vasers. Apply at 408 Fla. ave. nw.,
afir -1 p. m au2-lw
WANTED 1TAL.E AS"X
Ti Lady or Gentleman can make money
rapidly selling our hardware specialty
to grocers and housekeepers; about half
usual price; lieauurul; all want it. Call
after I, 437 llthst.nw. nm&pm-8
WANTED-Smitli Piemler Typo
wntor operators aud stenographers
difcled to positions. Operators de
siinig to familiarize themselves with new
Xo. 2 Kmith Pjomler Tyiewriter call
THE SMITH PUEMIEU TYPEWRITER
CO., Xo. 141G F St. nw. jy31-tf
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED-Colored girl wants gen
eral housework. Miss JONES, G24
12th st ne. It
WANTED-White woman to cook,
wash, and iron, at 421 K st. nw. a7-3
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
"W" ANTED Position as butler, dish
washer, wait on table sr bell-boy.
Write or call at ii04 Qib st, nw. ampm-9
WANTED-ity wtni'i man, place as
bak- r or pustry cook; good rers. No.
15 Mjnii"JH)fa ave., Anaco-tia. au7-3t
WANTED-Youth 18, wishes position
m patent attorney's office; can make
searches; references. Address I. C, this
WANTED-Situation by an experi
enced bread baker. Please addreFS
O. S . 12G 32d st. W. Waeh. auG-3t
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTSD-Jij" color'Jd woman, place
as caterer; references. Address G. F.
K., iis-riieji. It
WANTEC-By a respectable colored
girl a p.ace as first-class chambermaid
or firt-class nurse; best city refs. Address
1414 26th st. au7-3t
WANTED Hy colored woman place
as cook. 1740 Mass. ave. nw.
Tfr ANTED n.SCELLANF.OOfl.
WANTED-Partie3 having lots suit
able for binall houses, within city
limits, willing to tell at moderate figure;
one-hair cas'a. balance m merchandise,
can find purchaser by naming pnee and'
location. INVESTOR, this office. 9
$1.50; silU waists a specialty, at$1.50.
No. 1115 Sth jl nw. au7-Gt
WANTED-A good book case; If a
bargain. Call "before 8 a. m. 315
9th stse; au7-lt
WANTED-A few parties with horse
and w..gon for a good-paying business.
Address II WV. this office. auG-3t
WANTED-To Eell orchestra set of
buffet clarionets with case. Apply
to 631 2d st ne. - au6-3t
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paini.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE.
An J churco only for palatine: TTorkguarnntesa
NAT. RUBBER ROUP PAINT CO , 1(HJ 6th nw
"WANTED A numberof horsesfor pas
turage; plenty or water, grassand shade;
$5 per mouth; and will want a number of
horses to winter at $8 per month. C. H.
PARKER. Lay Hill. Md., or 435 4 1-2 st
sw ; tel. 574. jy23-14t
WANTED HOARDS R.S-
A PEW gentlemen can Ixj accommo
dated Willi room and board in ne.;
cars pass door Call 804 C st- no. It
S4 per week for good room and excellent
board at The Templar, 207 Pa. ave.
WANTED-Sept. 1 , by young married
cou)!e, 3 unfur. rooms; second floor;
state price. Address X. Y., 818 1st
st. nw. au8-3t
board in southeast section of city. No
children State terms. Address J. E. B.,
this office. au7-3t
GOOD six-room house, northwest, for
cah. G E J.. Oils off ice. au7-3t
TOK BENT ROOSIS.
.4! N ST- NTV. Floor, 3 rooms, un
fur.; lreshly decorated, spacious; very
superior; gas, "bath, heat; hc-sekceping.
FOK KENT Funnture; for rent of
rotiiu iu house; refs. exchanged.
Address ANN E. t his office. au8-l t
FOR KENT-Entire 2d floor; 3 cool
rooms; 2 closets; bath, hot and cold
water; gas; suitable for light house-t-.'M""J;
half block cable cars. 629 T
St. nw. au8-3 1
FOE EENT-Fur. room, with bath;
terms rea-ouable; board if desired
1707 7th f-t. nw. au8-3t
FOK EEKT-Ono large, second-story
front room; pleasant location, lnqmro
al 2201 Tenth st. nw. au7-3t
FOR RENT Two large rooms, with
alcove; heat, gas, bath, three closets;
near II st cars; lo couple without children.
Price $10. 024 11th st. ne. au7-2t
FOR RENT A neatly-fur. back room;
suitable for 1 or 2 persons; gentle
men preferred; good locality; terms low.
720 Gth st. nw. au7-4t
FOR RENT 621 3d et. uw., 1 nice,
large room, front and back, 2d floor;
fur. or unfur.; euitable for light housekeep
ing; very desirable location; price $10.
FORRENT 309 Cst- aw., furnishedor
iuifi.ui - -d rooms. au7 3t
FOR RENT-Large fur. rooms on 2d
floor; aho two hall rooms, at summer
FOR RENT Rooms; 3 nice rooms on
T.st floor; good location; rent low, 460
Ridge st. nw., bet. 4th and 5th, M and N.
FOR RENT Nicely fur. 2d floor rear
room; conveniences Eame floor; $6; ref.
418 2d st. nw. auG-3t
FOR RENT Fur. room, 14x15; very
cool; location unsurpassed. Apply H.
G.P., 3d floor, 012 F st. nw. au6-3t
FOR RENT Rooms, with or without
board; suitable for gentlemen. 043
L st nw. au6-3t
FOR RENT On the 15th, neatly fur.
room with board for two gentlemen;
best coffee and hoi bread every day; terras
reasonable; also table board, $15 per
month. 015 2d Bt. nw. nu6-3t
FOR RENT Very desirable fur. rooms;
also excellent family table board; con
venient and pleasant locality; reasonable
terms. 702 19 th sr. nw. au4-7t
FOR RENT At 215 9th st. ew., near
B, fur. and nnfnr. rooms; one fur. hall
room, $4 per month; heal, gas, and bath.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms to -ingle
gentlemen; $1 per week. 1003 O
E uw. au3-7t
FOB BENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Houso,$75 per month;
1700 1-lth st. Inquire at La Fetra's
Hotel, 11th and G 6ts. au8-9t
$12.50 U-97tU st so..5r bilot
C T. YODiilt. 615 E St. nw.
S35.0C-14'-'J ' Hi st. nw., 8r. b.; ra t
C. T. TODER. G15 E et nw.
S42.50-120 E st. nw.; 14 r a.
C. T. YOBER, G1D E St nw.
S3G.OO 314 to 320 X. O. ave. so.; Or.,
n. m. i.; new.
C. T. YODER. G15 E St. nw.
S3.f50 314 to 320 X. C. ave. se.; Or.,
a. m. i.; new.
0. T. YODER. G15 E st. nw.
PGH RENT House 2204 I st. nw ;
7r , gas, water; key at O'Callaghan's
grocery otore, Xo. 2200 I sU nw. nu6-14t
FOR RENT C8 B st. ne., seven
room houfce, n. m. 1., with cellar; In
excellent condition; $22 50 per mo. auG-3t
FOB SALE HOUSES.
FOR SAiE House and lot on Poplar
ave., hear Takotna spring, Tuesday,
August 13, 1 p. m.; Gr. dwelling; well at
door; outbuildings, etc.; sale to take place
on premises. For terms and further infor
mation, apply to owner, A. W. RHINE,
Takotna Park. au7-3t
FOR SALE Cheap, 7-rooni house In
Falls Church. Address Box 38, Falls
Church, Va. au4-Gt
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE-New Boyntou drill press
at lesh than half tost. Call at 470
Central Power Station. uu8-3t
FOR SALE-Must be sold at once;
large outside showcase, at a sacrifice.
Inquire 830 4 1-2 st. sw. au8-2t
FOR SALE- Cheap: corner grocery and
meat store. Apply to 916 La. av. It
FORS ALE Onednuble-s wingA nthony
carema,rxS, with tripod, 5 double plate
holders, packed In case, 1 A Ivan Clark's
patent wide angle lens with Bausch and
Lamb diaphragm shutter: 1 landscape lens,
1 Ballmeyer wide augle lens, 1 stereoscope
camera with 2 objectives and tripod, in
case; will sell the whole outfit for $G0
uet. Inquire 132 Maryland av. s w. au8-3t
FOR SALE-'V litter of fine thorough
bred black and tans; guaranteed; cheap.
Call at 472 O st. uw. au8-3t
FOR SALE SIISCELLANEODS.
FOR SALE $110 will buy gentlemaro
7 years old, harness and Dayton, in
good condition; call after 5. S. G. BAR
NARD, Tennallytown. atiS-3t
FOR SALE-$100 il1 0UJ' a hand
sonic Essex trap; carry 1 or 4 per
sons; best make; light and very stylish.
605 Pa. ave. au8-3t
FOR SALE or exchange, fancy grocery
and liquor store for city or country
property or mortgage: snap. TBOS. F.
BARRETT, 519 12th st. nw. au83
FOK-SALE-Good sound horse, buggy
and harness for $75. STANTON AL
LEY EXCHANGE STABLE, between 13th
and 14th, K and L. au7-3t
FOR SALE-CheaPi lm"Se desk 6u,ta"
hie for office or store. Call at once 470
C st sw.
FOR S LE-Very cheap, No. 3 call
graph typewriter, case, paper, copy
ho'der, nnd entire outnt; would trade for
a high grade wheel. Address COIN, this
FOR SALE -948 N. Y. ave. , 1 bedroom
set, 1 upright folding bed, with hair
mattress, al6o husk mattress, dining
room chairs, 1 barber chair, 1 bootblack
chair, all very cheap. uuG-3t
FOR SALE -Sound young horse;
good buggy harness; $70. A. w.
MILLS .210 13th st. sw. auG-3t
"jrnTr SALE-Saloon. 725 7th st. n. w.
WALTER GOETZINGER, administra-
nr ... au6-3t
FOR SALE-Ata bargaiuif sold within
10 days, a 7-room house ou F st. sw.,
bet. 4 1-2 and 6th sts. , with all ni J. B.
LEONARD, 530 4 1-2 st. sw. au-l-10t
SACRIFICE Sale of Extension-top
Carriage, Trap; also 2 sets of harness;
must be sold at once. 927 D st. nw.
auo 7 1 -
FOR EXCKANGE-Have several
desirable pieces of property in cily
light incumbrance) to exchange for good
suburban property; will tako property in
Alexandria, Hyatlsvllle, Rockville, or
other good suburb. THOS. F. BARRETT,
519 12th st. nw. nn6-eo3t
Filed July 24, 1895. J.R. Young, Clerk.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DIS
TRICT OF COLUMBIA.
JAMES T. ALLEN, GUARDIAN, YS.
EDWIN B. HAY, TRUSTEE. IN
EQUITY, NO. 18,530.
The trustees in thiscauBe having reported
the tale of the property described In the bill
of complaint, to wit: Part of sublot 14, In
Blau and Lambie's subdivision of original
lot 1,-in square 223, to LORIN M. SAUN
DERS, ESQ., at and for the sum of twelve
thousand ($12,000) dollars;
It is Ibis 24th day of July, A. D. 1895,
ordered and decreed that the said sale be
and the same is hereby ratified and con
firmed unless good cause to the contrary be
shown on or before the 25TH DAY OF
AUGUST, A. D. 1895,
Provided that a copy of this order be
published in The Law Reporter and Times
ouce a week for three weeks before the day
A. B. HAGNER, Associate Justice.
A true copy. Test: J. R. Young , Clerk.
aul,8t15 ByM. A. Clancy, Asst. Clerk.
AEEN'TJ"ou tiredof paying rcnland hav
ing nothing to sliowfor It? Wouldn't
you like to own your own home? You can
if you try. How? Why, buy a lot at Tux
edo, from $25 to $40, small paymentdown.
$1 weekly: 10 per cent off for cash; title
guaranteed; nochargC-for deed. This is the
first step you want to take to secure a home.
After that you won't find any troubloabout
putting up a house. Why pay, say $15 per
month, for years for rent and have nothing
but receipts to show for It, when with a
smaller payment yo" can become- your own
landlord? Tuxedo is 100 feet above the
citv, adjoining "Washnigton. on the Pernio.
R R.;commutatIon fare, 6 cents. For tick
ets nnd Circulars call at office. TUXEDO
CO., G23 F St. n. w auT-tf-m&e
Filed August G, 1895, .1. R. Young, Clerk.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DIS
TRICT OF COLUMBIA.
Elizabeth Buchanan vs. John W. Buchanan.
No. 16538, Equity.
On motion oT complainant, by Nauck &
Nauck, her solicitors, it is, this Gth day
of August. 1895, ordered that defendant,
John W Buchanan, cause his appearance
to lw entered herein on or before the first
rule-day occurring forty days after this
day, otherwise the cause will be proceeded
xvtiii nu it. fif of (I. fault.
The object of this suit is un absolute
divorce because or desertion.
This is to be published in the Law Re
porter mid Washington Times.
CHAS. C. COLE, Asso. Justice.
Filed July 24, 1895. J R. Young, Clerk.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DIS
TRICT OF COLUMBIA.
JameT. Allen, Guardian, vs EdwinB nay,
Trustee. In Equity, No. 16,530.
The trustees in this cause having reported
the sa:e of the property described in tne
bill of complaint, to-wit: Part of sublot
14, in B!au and Lambie's sub-division or
original lot 1, in square 223, to Lorin M.
Saunders, Esq., at and for the sum of
twelve thousand (12,000) dollars;
It is this 24th day of July, A. D. 1895,
ordered and decreed that the said eule be
and the tame is hereby ratified and con
firmed unless good cause to tho contrary
be shown on or before tho 25th day of
August, A. D 1895.
Provided that a copy or this order be
published in the Law Reporter and Times
once a week Tor three weeks before the day
A. B. HAGXER, Associate Justice.
A true copy. Test:
J. R. YOUNG, Clerk.
By 11. A Clancy, Asst. Clerk.
Anton Ziciitl, t
Bookbinder, 7 ,
1012 Pa.' Ave. N. W. ,
Gentlemen I vand an experienced book
folder and advertised, for-one. in The, Times. Well,
r Jitt 'v IM
I was surprised. I neve had so many answers
to an advertisement; before. In future I will al
ways advertise for what I want in The Times.
WANTED-Io sell or exchange for
provision store, good location, first
class butter and egg stand; best market.
Address QUICK, this office auS-3fc
GOOD business chance; saloon located
at 004 Pa. ave. for sale. For further
Information call at 81 2 F st. n w. au"-3t
FOR SALE- Cigar and confectionery
store; good location; end of cable line
cheap if i-old at once; good reason for sel
ing. Apply 1110 8th st. se. au7-3t
FOR RENT OR SALE Nice 7
room cottage in Mt. Pleasant; large
lot and stable; water atdoor; rent only $16;
will sell cL-eap or exchange. G. J. BOND,
631 F st. Aug6-3t
FOR EXCISE ANGE-Smlth Premier
typewriter, but little used, for lady s
high-grade pneumatic tire bicycle; must
be first-class machine. PREMIER, this
WAKTED-To sell small grocery; good
business done; expecting to leave
city. 155 G st. se. au6-3t
FOR S ALE-Oi exchange; parties de
snousofdisposingof any kindof business,
apply to us
Coal and wood yaid; first-class location,
with $3,000 etock; Fine confectionery and
lestaurant; established trade, best location;
$1,500. Gioccry, fine fixtures; good lo
cation; $1,800. Nice giocery, $G0O; and
vaiious other kinds pf business places.
Patties wanting buyers for any business
call ou ns. Wo have numerous applicants.
All business confidential, and now is the
time, if you want to buy oi sell. Come to
see us. T. 0. ANDERSON & CO., 907 G
st. nw. auo-mao-tf
2VE. BROOKZE'tells all the events
of life; all busluess.eonfldcntial; ladies
and gentlemen, 50 cents each; hours, 9 a.
m. to 9 p. m. 605 New York avenue
northwest, neer Slxrth street au7-14t
WANTED-AugusfcReutz, at 2042 7th
n. w. r, i au6-3t
EGYPTIAN GYPSY- Seventh
daughter of the seventh generation;
sho can take off speRs and causo to marry,
as well as tell you the, past and future;
persons calling at the tent, next to railroad,
wJll ask for MADAM BURNETT.
Take Ecklngton and Soldiers' Home
"KEEP asteppln'." We make "times"
a great deal belter than they really
are by selling elegant suits, custom-made,
the "least bit" worn, at a figure that'll
keep you cool. JUSTH'S OLD STAND,
619 D st. nw.
THE "3 DAYS" CURE For men.
This remedy cures in 3 days or no
charge. Consultation free. DR. McKEE-
HAN, 710 12th st. nw. jyl6-lmo
PROF. CLAY- oldest established ad
vertising clairvoyant, medium and for
tune teller in tblB city, removes all your
troubles; tells from cradle to grave; ad
vice on business, lov.o affairs, losses or
matrimonial adyentnres; unites separated
and causes Speedy marriage with one you
love by proper advice. Call and be con
vinced that I can work a case quicker
than aDy medium you ever met. Fee, 50
cents. Hours, 10 to 9; open Sunday.
.89 H JBt., bet, 4 1-2 and 6tu Bt sw.
PLEASANT borne for four young
ladles (Catholic preferred); only $15
per month; good board; refs. exchanged.
Address Miss CAMFLIBLE, this office. It
OUR Greatest Medium and Spiritual
Who tells you all tilings and prescribes
a proper remedy for your trouble,
can be consulted at her parlors on all
affairs of life.
1109 G ST. NW.
ALWAYS AT HOME
TvnvTTT !. BROOKE tells all the events
of life; oil business confidential; Indies
aud gentlemen, GO cents each; hours, 9
a. in. to 9 p. m. G05 New York avenue
northwest, near Sixth street. Jy25-14t
J. T. WALKER SONS, 204 10th St. nw..
carpet lining, felts, fire brick and clay,
asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement, two
and three-ply roofing materiaL . apr21-tf
ZVIIVIE. ESTELLE tells all the
events of life in German and English;
hours, 9 a. m. to 10 p. in.; 25 and 50
cents; cures all cases of running or ary
sores 913 19th st. nw. Je29-lm
THE Wonderful Remedy. Cancers
cured without knife, pain, or pay
until cured: nlr.o carbuncles, piles, dropsy,
by Prof. MARTIN RILEY, 467 Pa. ave.
2jDXES needing confidential treat
ment. A 6ufo and sure relief in all
female trouble, constipation, irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula,
etc.' Separate rooms Tor patients before
and during confinement, and find homes
for infants if required. Strictly confiden
tial. MRS . DR. RENNER. 16 Fourth Bt. no.
near E. Capitol st., Washington, D. C.
DR. TAYLOB. 006 F st. nw.. makes
full sets of teeth for $5; satisfaction guar
anteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold tilling. $1: amalgam, GOo. jel3-3m
IF you have rheumatism or neuralgia
lnqulre aboutVWette's 4 OUs.Drugglsts'.
LOST Waltor Goetzinger, 725 7th nw.;
for information inquire of above number. It
LOST-Ou Glenwood road, a blue coat.
Liberal reward if returned to 2035 K st,
LOST Yesterday evening, at grotto in
Capitol grounds, a pocketbook con
taining a sum of money; finder will be
satisfactorily rewarded by returning
same. 1241 B st. se. It
LOST-2 pug dogs, one female and one
male; names, Dot and Scamp. Reward
if returned to 817 G st. sw. au8-2t
LOST All persons are warned against
accepting or negotiating a negotiatable
note drawn by myself, indorsed by Ella T.
Bunker, dated Washington, Aug. 7, '95,
payable thirty days after date at Lincoln
National Bank, of Washington. The note
was lost on the wav to bank; amount, $30.
Also check for $25, indorsed by Geo.
Jenison, payable order of Arthur Dan.
GEO. JENISON. 623 Pa. ave. nw. It
CHARGED WITH CRUELTY.
John Diijran Accused of Driving His
IIor.so When Exhausted.
Mr. John Dugnn was yesterday taken
Into police court by Humane Officer Rabbit
on the chauge of cruelty to animals by pro
longed fast driving. It was claimed that
he had raced a valuable horse of his at
Brightwood aud when the animal was thor
oughly exhausted continued to run iu
Before the case could be heard in the
police courtr Mr. Audrew A. Lipscomb,
Mr. Dugau's attorney, made application to
Judge Cole for a writ of habeas corpus to
have his client discharged from custody.
With the asseut of Attorney for the
District Thomas, the case was set for
argument August 14th, when Mr. Lips
comb will contend that the law under which
Mr. Dugan is held is invalid.
The prisoner was released on his per
Real Estate Transfers.
Deeds in fee have been recorded as fol
lows: WillardCampbeUtoThomasF. Scott;
lot 27, block 14, TakomaPark, $50. George
W. Van Horn to John II. MilUs, lot 106,
Prott's sub-division, squaro 363, $10.
Mary E. Gilpin to J. Edgar Smith, lot 27,
block 23, Columbia Heights, $10. Theo
dore L. Holbrook and PbRip Macceo to
George W. Lewis, lots 89, 90 and 91,
Lewis'subdivi3ion,bIock5, Trinidad, $2,630.
George W. Morgan to John T. Morgan, lot
59, block 4, county, $1. Jamea E. Smith
to Carl B. Keferstein, part oflot 11, block
37, Columbia Heights, $10. John H.
Mills, to Susan G. Van Horn, lot 106,
Prott's subdivision, Bquare 363, $10
Michael Colbert to Alb.rt L. Richardson aud
"William E. Jordon, lots 336 and 337, Union
town, $811.20. "William Brooker to Wal
ter Quarles, sublot 22, square 1095, $900.
Frederick W. Emrich to CharlesH.Fickling,
part of lot 20, squaro 107, Georgetown,
$10. " William H. Manogue to Charles H.
Fickling, part of lots 14, 15 and 53 to 63.
block 27, If'.irwood, $100. Harry F.Belt
to Thomas W. Smith, partoflofc 44, square
30, $l,oa0. Enzarjetu autton to Annie
Fearson, Tart of lot 12, square 106, $10.
People leaving the city for their
summer vacation cannot, afford to also
leave THE TIMES. It will he mailed
to any address nnd will continue to
bo the host local newspaper In Washington.
HEEDS OF THE Y. I. C. A.
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars Ee
cuired for the Work of Eebuilding.
Stntcmont, Prepared by Messrs. S. W.
Woodward and J. P.. Lnrner.
After a lengthy conference on the needs
to be observed in the selection of new quar
ters, the officers of the Young Men's Chris
tian Association have completed the task.
In reacbiug their conclusions the gentlemen
have kept in view all phases of the associa
tion's work, and the results are contained
In a statement issued by Secretary Pugh
yesterday. Tho statement U signed by
S. W. Woodward, chairman of the finance
committee ,and Johu B. Larner.chainranof
the building committee, and Is as follows:
"The Young Slen's Christian Association
of the city of Washington is without a homo
because of the destruction, by fire of the
building at 1409 New York avenue north
west ou the 24th day of July last.
Wheu the population of this city is made
a basis of companion with other cities,
aud the numerous young men, resident and
vlaitiug. is considered, also tho quality
of work accomplished by the manage
ment In their former limited quarters,
it is without doubt the will of the citizens
of tthe Nation's Capital that a building
be erected and equipped that will be equal
to the assured demands of the immediate
future, with a raargiu for growth.
The history of the association demands
that this building shall be such as will meet
the requirements of the advanced work
of the Young Men's Christian Association,
and that no permanent quarters be secured
except such as aro designed for the purpose.
"This will require a building covering an
area of not less than 10,000 square feet,
in a location contiguous to the car lines.
in which should be a public hail witn a
seating capacity of 1,000 people at the
very lowest many think It should accom
modate 2,000. A gymnasium, with all the
modem improvements and appliances,
shower, tub and needle baths, improved
dressing room facilities, a plunge or
swimming bath, bowling alleys, members'
reading room, public reading room, library,
reception hall,asembly room for 300 per
sons, bicycle storeroom, educational class
rooms to accommodate 1,000 students.
There were 438 students crowded into the
old rooms in one year.
"Classes in stenography, arithmetic,
bookkeeping, English, penmanship, alge
bra.geometry, physics, mechanical draught
ing and typewriting were cared for in the
year l894-'95. In arithmetic, stenography
and bookkeeping the demand for accommo
dations for students was almost fwrr tisses
greater than the supply; an illustration
given is that in arithmetic-there were
147 students enrolled, the capacity of the
"The association must add.architectural
and free-hand drawing, languages, elec
trical and mechanical engineering, man
ual training, and many other studies which
yo.ung men need, requiring not less than
15,000 square feet of floor space. Then
there is call for special bbrary for stu
dents, technical and scientific. Amateur
photographers will have to receive atten
tion, amusementand recreation rooms, chess
and checker rooms.
"The boys will need special attention,
and must be kept separate from the men,
using the gymnasium when the men are
not present and their own rooms at other
times. They w til need reading room and
library, recreation room, and lecture room.
"The needs include space for the office,
rooms for board of managers, committees,
bible study, then come public comfort ele
vators, heating apparatus, perhaps a roof
garden, and many things that a probable
membership of 2,500 or 3,000 will require
to say nothing of the privileges that the
host of strangers and residents who are not
members are always accorded.
"There are two plans suggested with re
gard to an income to help meet the expense
of such a building aud so great a work.
"First, stores on the ground floor.
"Second, a home for the new city library.
"Either would require all of the first
"It is hardly necessary to state that
$200,000 could be used in the prepara
tion of sneb a building, in addition to the
lot now in possession of the association,
while the amount of money is not so much
to be considered as the necessary equip
ment. If the plant can be secured for a
smaller amount of money, the association
managers will be more than gratified.
The public can be assured that the organi
zation, which has carried on so magnificent
a work at sosmall an expendlturecanbe re
lied upon to be faithful to the larger trust.
"In order that the amount required may
be raised promptly and a lot secured, so
that the work may suffer no further hin
drance than is absolutely necessary, a
meeting of the business men is called for
Wednesday, September IS, at noon, in
Slasonlc Hall, and the subscription list is
now open at the temporary headquarters
in the Lenman Building, second floor of
1425 New York avenue northwest.
"All intPreiv"- may subscribe, such
amounts to be paid quarterly, covering a
term of four years.
"The subscriptions ought to be divided
as follows: 10 subscriptions or o.ooo
each, $30,000; 20 subscriptions of $2,300
each, $30,000; 23 subscriptions of $1,000
each, $25,000; 50 subscriptions of $500
each ,$25,000; 100 subscriptions of $230
each, $23,000, 250 subscriptious of $100
This statement is presented by the joint
finance nnd building of the
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If so, write your name and address
in this coupon and send it to THE
You can help to save Washington a
half million dollars each year by writing
your name and address in the above
coupon and sending it to THE TIMES,
to be used in preparing a petition to
Congress asking for cheaper gas.
Of People Visit Dr. Walker's 01
Sees Every Week,
HE CURES HIS PATIENTS
Mr. John Ball, of 1G29 Kramer street;
northeast, was cured by Dr. Walker ot
a lingering disease or fifteen years stand
ing. All who -wish may tee Mr. Ball re
garding the great benefits derived from
his treatment by this celebrated special
ist. This is but another added to that long
list of afflicted persons who have con
sulted Dr. Walker and been cured, IC
he can cure ah" these he can cure you.
Xoung or middle-aged men suffering
from the effects of their own follies, ices,
or excesses, or men contemplating mar
riage who are conscious of any impedi
ment or disqualification, or those who
feel their youthful vigor and power de
clining, should consult Dr. Walker, who
has been the means of restoring hundreds
of such unfortunates to health, strength,
His well-known sanitarium at 1411 Penn
sylvania avenue, adjoining Willard's Ho
tel, Is open daily for consultation and treat
ment. Office hours, 10 a. m. to 5 p. to.;
Wednesday and Saturday evenings, 7 to
8; Sundays, 10 to 12.
Young Men's Christian Association, and 13
designed to aid any friend of young men.
in coming to a decision as to the amount;
he or she may contribute, in order that tho
city of Washington may have a buSdlns
for young men equal to the absolute needs,
even more than to do what other cities
have done for young men."
The statement will be given general cir
culation, and it is hoped that it will bo
helpful in soon cestablishing the worthy
institution in a new home, excelling tha
one which fire deprived them of.
RECORD OP THE COURTS.
Circuit Court, No. 1 Justice Cole i
McKesson and others vs. Barrett; Judgment
by default. Dwyer vs. Moylan; same
decree. Tynan vs. Hanunack; same decree.
Moses vs . Slaxwell; fame decree. Ricbards
vs. District of Columbia; judgment in cer
Circuit Court, No 2 Justice Cole
Hide vs. District of Columbia; judgment
In certiorari. Latimer and othera vs'
Cobiens and others; order for publica
Criminal Court, No. 2 Justice Cole
William, alias Yellow, Saxty, James Lit
tleton, and Benjamin Scrivener, house
breaking; order to restore one plush case
and carving set to J. H.FIannagan. WHliam
King, housebreaking; recognizance, $500
taken; William A. Hawkins surety.
Criminal Court, No. 1 Justice Cole '
EUzabeth M. Flagler, recognizance $10,000
taken. John Cassols and Robert Mac-'
feely sureties. '
Probate Court -Proceedings in eetatel.
have been recorded ad follows: Mary,
Jane Jones; will proved by one witness..
John F. CuIUaae; inventory of personal
estate, $214, filed by collector. SteHa.
B. Conger; answer of executor filed
E izabeth Kai-er; Mllford Fishnsan qualified?
asexecutor. JohnG Judd;assentof widow
and next of kin filed.
Equity Court, No. 2, Justice Cole Hent
derson vs. Henderson; order for payment
of alimony and counsel fees. MeHen vs.
Melkui and others; WiMiaai J Milter ap
pointed guardian ad litem. Trimble vs.
Uaddts aud others; order riaally ratifying;
sale. Henderson vs. National Sanitary Com
pany and others; same order. Beall va.
Danenhower and others; decree appointing
William Redin Woodward trustee to re
lease. Weeks vs. Weeks; testimony beforer
examiner ordered taken. Rogers vs. Sher
wood and others; decree substituting Rossar
F. Downing trustee in place of Henry LJ
Sherwood, deceased. Sblpe vs. Shipe; tes
timony before Charles AV. Stetson or-
dered taken Conner vs. Larner; appear
ance of absent defendant ordered. Dor
ncau vs. Bright; order directing trusted
to sell at public auction lots 17 and 19 J
square 1043. Schneider vs. Ruppert; ra-;
straining order granted temporarily. ,
To Mnrshall Hall andl-adhirxHefod
A more delightful trip than that wbictt
is offered by the Mount Vernon and Mar
shal Hall Steamboat Company to Iodiar
Head is hard to find. These trips arc
made every Thursday, Friday and Satur-j
day evenings, and since the opening oC
the season a large crowd has been aboanP
the boat on every trip. The boat stops-'
at Marshall Hall both ways, where art,
evening of enjoyment may be had, an'
especially are the green lawns of thi.
resort attractive at this tune of the year
A concert will be renderid by Pror.j
Schrocder's band aboard the boat, antt
everyone who takes this trip wiU surely
enjoy themselves. The Macalester will
leave her wharf this evening at 6:30 p. m.
Cheap Excursions to Virginia Springs.'
During the summer season the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad Company will sell ex
cursion tickets from Baltimore and Wash
ington to the following named resorts at ex
ceptionally low rates for all connecting?
trains each Friday and Saturday. Tickets
valid forreta rn, including Monday f ollowms
date of sale:
Jordan's White Sulphur.
J Rock: Enon Springs