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THE MORNING TIMES JJLtUBKI, JUSTE 20,-'180$. .
E In every case of 3
fc Booth's "Iljomel," ths AuBtra- 3
E Han "Dry-Air" treatment, re- 3
E lievea and benefits. If In the 3
t first stages it does more. It 3
"CURES BV INHALATION." i
fe At Ml druggist, 81.00, or at office. 3
C Consultatioa free, Sejd lor r a
E pamphlet, a
I R. T. BOOTH, J
E 23 E Twentieth Street, New York.
NEW NATIONAL THEATER.
Every Evening Matinee Saturday.
Coolest riacc Only Laugh in Town.
Tbs Washington Stock Company.
All the Favorites The Same Old Successes
All the week with
Frederic Bond, Charles Maekay, William
Boag. John Klndlay. Ernest Klton, George
Stevens. Ed) tho Chap an, Mary Sanders,
Agnes Fjndlav, Brllla Marti,
ttuinincr prices. 2i, 50. Toe.
NEXT WEEK Lilt. BILL.
KERNAN'S LYCEUM THEATER
AND SUMMER. GARDEN.
All tll'8 WPCK.
The Original Nantlca Iltirlesiuo.
Grand Marches. New Living Ficturcs.
lO HighClassSpeclalties 10
IN Till: GARDEN.
MORTON CADETS' FIELD DAY
Attho Internationa' Athletic Park.
EA1UIEOAV Al-ri.ltNOOX, JUNK SO,
Commencing at 4:1 o'clock sharp.
Tlie Fatuous savannah Prize Drill in every
demit. Two Billliant Iltctclo Race. 410
vard Handicap Run. Music by ML Pleasant
Popular prices of admission, 23c, SOc. 73c.
G0LDM8IA ACADEMf. SSS
of Washington. Cjcllnz taught on a lloJJ
ft. floor. Competent instructors. Charge
mall. Muiu every ereulu. 'J2d auil 1'
streets. J. Hart liriuaiu. Mgr. Tako K street
Oratory! Fireworks! Music!
Inter State Democratic Association.
Saturday, June 20th, (Today.)
Eon James E. ftinpM), ol Obio,
will deliver the nddrcs.
ALL "DAY EXCURSION,
Boats. 10, 2, 4:30, 6130 Tickets 25c
SECOND REGIMENT BAND.
GRAND DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS.
The committee has arranged. In adUitiou to
the other boat?, for tlie tamer Jane Mo-cley
to leave Sixth street harf at 60 p. m. and
stop at HiAcr View.
Co thuot tho i Imte nt Kiver View, sun
day, Jutin 21.
if jou do not sliont the chute yourself,
therms jnst as much fun watchlu -others
"shout the chute."
Steamer Pcutz leave? at 11 a. m., 2:15 and
Cp. m, ami returning leaves Hirer View at 1,
1icU-ts,l5c 11 S. RANDALI
The Ir.ter-S.ate Democratic Association
Excnrelon o:. 95a:unla, June la jclS-Jt
GRAND PLEASURE TRIP,
Up the Chesapeake fc Ohio Canal,
. On the Laree MAMIE B.
OF WASEIKGTOT, D. C.
ON SUNDAY, JUNE 21. 1896.
Eefreshmsnts Served. Tickets, 25 Cents.
Barge leal en $30 A. M. at the loot of 33d St.
Steamer "MACALESTER" leaves 7th St.
wharf dallv (except Sundar) at 10 a. m. and
ISO p. m. Itetui ning. leal cs .Marshall Hail at
INDIAN HEAD TRIPS
Every Fridiy and Saturday Evening In Juno
and every 'I hursday. Friday and Saturday in
Julv, August and kepteinber at 6:0 p. m
landingat Marshall Hall both ways, and leav
ing.Marshali Hall on return trip atSsTOp. in.
Parties at "tho Hall" can avail themselves of
the Macalester's Indian Head trip without
bteamer "RIVER QUEEN" leaves 7th and
O St wharf daily (Sundays excepted) at 0:10
a. ui. for Indian Head and all intermediate
landings, and at i:X p. m. Tor Marshall Hall
only. Returning, leaves Marshall Hall, at 1:30
and 7:30 p. in.
Mnslc by Trof. ScnroeiSer's Eana.
Dancing Day and Evening.
FARE (Round Trip) - - 25 Cts.
W"Aa oxccllent Courso Dinner on arrival
of boats, 60c Good Cafe on steamers.
L. L. BLAKE. Captain.
Mt. Vernon Park,
2 Performances Sunday,
4 and 9 P. M.
W. H. DAVISON,
The Champion High-wiro Walker of the
Wond, In tho mo-t dazzling feats on a, wire Si
feet from tho ground.
Dancing and floating aud all other amuse
ments. Hotel, Pavilion, Mcrry-go-round, Ac
No Charge for Admission,
Take Electric Cars at 13," Street and Fa.
Ave., 7, 7.30, 8, 8.30 and 9 p.'ni;
Fare Now 35 Cents.
WALTER BRADFORD. Manager.
Colonial Beach Excursions.
rata en Steamer
Fastest aud Most Elegantly Appointed Ex
cursion Steamer on tbs i'otomac. possessing
COOL anil SrACIOUS SALOON and HUK.
ItlCANE IIICCK-. lSXOELLKNT MKALt
Dancing and Concert Music by Pistorln's
Large rebates paid organizations.
Round Trip only 50 Cents
Foot xih street daily (except Mondays
and Saturdays) at 9 a. m.; haturdays O p. m.
OSIcrs '"W Pennsylvania Ave. and Wharf.
Finest i'jceurrion Stcatncr on the Potomac,
The John. Sylvester.
Ewllt.Sp.-.clous. Cloan. Rospct..ble
NO STATE- 1JOOM&
Special sal- on for ladies and children, par
lora for family panic. Fare, oO cents; full
ered, 2-i cents.
1.0 WEST EXCURSION RATES for soci
eties. Espnta Orchestra. Unexcelled tae.
Clyda Dock, foot of 7th St.. 9 a. m., except
Monday. 6p. in. Sa:nnla8.
Combination gilt papors uc; better 2
for C V, 10 ct. Uosd emk gilt. 12c. SO
I11. cartridge paper, 1. jier plocc, at ??
Triiiuun i CornrUV. 030 Pn. AV1-.S.K.
Annual Academic Distribution an
Gold Mednln and Preoilama Given
Scholars Who DUtlngnUhed
St. John's College celebrated its annuil
academic distribution last nigbt-tn the
college hall, Vermont avenue, near ThumasJ
circle. The regular exercise were pre
ceded by tlie rendition of an interesting
program, consisting tif musical, literary
and oratorical selections. Following sing
ing by the little folks prizes for tbe pri
mary department were awarded; vocal
and Instrumental numbers came next, nnd
then Rev. Dr. Thomas J. 8baban delivered
the annual address and distributed the
A gold medal for elocution was awarded
George Conrad Held; fur excellence In
the studies of the first academic class. -a
gold medal was given Arthur J. May,
while the gold medal of tbesecondacademlc
class was won by Willwood Werner. Wil
liam D. Wheeler received the third ilass
gold medal, and Harold Johnston the fourth
academic class gold medal.
Premiums for the highest number of
weekly testimonials in the classes were
awarded as follows: First class, Arthur
J. May aud George Conrad Reld; second
class. Daniel El and Antonio Lanza;
third class. William D. Wheeler, Frank J.
Heady; fourth clasn. Harold Johnslot.
Distinguished scholars were; First class,
George F. Harbin, John J. Earley, William
D. Wheeler; second class. George Conrad
Keld.Gcorge M.Hadfaltt, George F. Harbin;
third class, Daniel Llx, nnd Antonio Lanz?;
third class, Frank J. Heady, George Ferry,
John Elbert, Thopias Howell, Herbert Dia
mondi fourth class. Thomas Doyle and Leo
Callnghan. Honorable mention, first class,
G. Edward May, T. Bprlgg B'audford,
Archie L. Donahue, Dennis J. O'Connor;
secoml class. George W. Lucnss, John J.
Earley, Thomas J.Green, Maurice Homlller,
William J. C.intwell; third class, William K.
Small, John Klrby, Harry Mooney, Willie
Keaue. James Hatters, Harold May, Alfred
Cobtello; fourth class, Clinton Daly, Willie
Orme, Gerald May.
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UEAnT 1HSEAK IIFT.1EVED IN 30
Dr. A gnew's Cure for the Heart gives per
fect relief in all cases of Organic or Sympa
thetic Heart Disease In SO minutes, and
speedily effects a cure. It Is a peerless
remedy for Palpitation, Shortnessof Breath,
Smothering Spells, Pain in Left Side and alt
symptoms of a Diseased Heart. One' dose
convinces. Sold by F. S. Williams, 9th and
F its.; t. E. Ogram, 13th and Penn. nve.;
GUman's Pharmacy, 627 Penn. ave.
$1.25 to Ilaltlinoro nnd Heturn via
Tickets n ill be sold Saturday and Sunday.
June 20 and 21. and will be valid Tor re
turn passage until Monday, June 22. Good
on any train. Jcl7-Ct
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
FnrnlRhed ly Seymour Bron , bank
era Hnd brokTv memnura of New
York Stock Excliunge. Washington
office, CiOU Fourteenth street. J. A.
On. Hlch. litr Clos.
Am. Cotton Oil Co 11i lTf IS IS'.'
A'.8iieirneBnIuiCo.. V-Tf Zi I IJJ IS
Canada Southern C0l 50J5 SojJ 5oi
Atclilcon Ti.n. A S. V.. ! I5JC 151 153'
.American Toluccy Co.., ei (X (,-; $7
la to. i Ohio lbJi IS!; 1S I8i
diewprako Olilo 10 18 1G 1G
Central of New Jersey.. 10 llj 10.; I(,7
Chicago and Northw'u.. I0P4 ltH w iitjG
Cl.tc.igo.llur.i-y 79ji TSJi 7!)'J 791
Chicago (las 'i ISVi 18 6S
C.M.&St.P 79 :9i TSli 79K
U H. L4P 7114 7l 70'I 7li
Cbt.P. M.&O11M i ryi iv2 rj
Del. & iliuuon Canal.... 13J 1S)J visa lilW
Dit.i Cattle Feed Co.. 17 17$ MJi 17
Oel er.11 1-Icctrlc 3J( .'3' W, 327'
IjcledcU.is -jsa; ti a; a;?
Ixiui.Mllo ,t JJa-.UvllIo.. byH S.'js 51 SI
b.andW.prcf. it4 24J, -nu
auuattan M 101 lot 101.
Mo. 1 acltic U. .4)i 21 2p
National Lead Co 2j s 25JX 15;
'. V. Cent. & Hudson... 17?. 'j7i VTM j:m
N. J Ontario J: W U li-j; u jj.?
Norlliem 1'aciUcpfd.... Ityi U)i - jv
l'aclne-Mali V, '-l4 tt;i -Zr7A
Phua ik Heading lojj lo;, ljj 1 H
outheiu llaistvay prd.. 2j;j aij ajjj isj
leiiuets.eCoal oc iruu .. 25 25,. 21;: 2o
UUuu 1'acilic iix Si 8 8
U.o.i )!.'. M 63i viii W
Ucstcru Union tfi M -i 15
Wuetlmg i Lake Erie., lu 10,'J 9JH luj
CUIcuso orutn aud Cotton Market.
Open. Hish. Low. Close.
July 57K 6SJi S 58-
bept iyi Sl-A SifrX Ziyi
Ju'y 27 iS!i 27Ji 2Sf
Sept -yi ., -j a.yi
July 17H ITJi :?Vi ITVi
Sept l.JJ 177 17N-J; 17?4
July 7.03 7.15 7.02 7.03
hept 7.2J 7.i5 7.17 7.V2
July U2 4.15 t.U U2
bept Xl LdO i.27 .27
July 3.82 i62 30 3f0
Sep: &97 3-'J7 3.5)0 3.V5
TVunliliiKton Stock Excliaiige.
Sa es Kci;uiar call Metropolitan Hai'
road. 1 at 115. U. B. Electric Light, 10 at 118.
Mergeiuhaler Linotype, 2 it 130. Lanston
Mouotp, 100 at 7&; 100 at 7: 100 at 734.
Altar call U. S. Electric Light, oat 118.
CC.'EltNllK.NT BO.VJli. BID. A81C.
u. e. It- 108W 109
U. S. i't J 10!11
U. S.s IMS..... I17 llSli
V. B. tt 1901 112 ....
DISTltlCT OF COLUMBIA BO.NDjS.
6'a 1S99 "20-year Funding" 102
I!s 1UOJ "30-year Funding" gold.... 110
7's 1UU1 "WaUr Stock" currency.. 110 ......
7'a 1903 "Water Stock" currency... 10 ...
! unding" currency. S.6is 1JJ ;
MetR U 5's 106K
Met K It Conv iTa liw let 123
UeltRIt5'sl'J2i..t.. 8J 63
Eckington Railroad. Cs 95 ts
Columbia It It l?s VM Ill lire
Wash Uas Co. Ser A. iPs.l902.'27.... 113 .....T
Wash Gas Co. Ser U. ffi 1901-'2...- 113
Wash Gas Co. Coav. o"s. 1S91 20j4 ......
Chesapeake i Potomac Tel 5s.. 100
AliicrScci J rnst 5s K and A. IMU 10J
Aiucrbec i Trusto's A amlO.1903 103
Wash Market Co 1st l'. 1W.-.1IH
57.000 retired auuualiy HO
Wash Market Co, Imp. o'j 12-Zi"... llo '.
Wash -Murkct Co ext'nU'j.IlI-V!;. UJ
Masonic Hall Assoctatl'u 's I9H-. 100
ash. Light Infantry 1st 6s. 90 ....:.
,'ATlOXAL UAXK bTOCXCS.
1'auk or Washington. 275
UauKof Republic 210
Metropolitan 285 10U
larmers and Mechanics' 18a
Second 137 138
HestK.-d...... 1U8 112
Trader' ...,., .. 9s 100
Lincoln 1 104 108
BAKE I) 111 OS1T AND TKUST COMPANIES.
Nat. Sare Deposit and Trust. ,116 120
Waslu --oan auu Trust .' 113Ji 123
Amer. Security Trust 116
Wslb bate Deposit SO
Capital Traction Co. 70 73S
Metropolitan m ug
cjt. ............... .... 85
Georgetown & Toleytowu....... 6W
UAS -AMD KLKCTUIC L1QIIT STOCK.
Wash. Gas u (j
Georgetown. Oas 44
U.S. Electric LUht 117K VH
Franklin....; .-. SS
Metropo'iUn .,..,... .73
Corcoran. ......?..;...?....... 80 M.M.
Potomac....; ..... ..,, CD
Arlington.. .......m...... IsO
FBOPOIAL8 fOR SUPPLIES FOS
tne nuvy yard, Washington. D. O.,
June 1, 1886. Sealed proposals. Indorsed
"Proposals for supplies for the navy yard,
Washington, D. C, to be opened June 0,
1806," will be received at, the Bureau of
Supplies and Accounts. Navy Department,
Washington. D. C, until 12 o'clock noon,
JUNE 20. 1890, and publicly opened im
mediately thereafter, to furnish attlie nary
yard, Washington, D. C, a quantity of
blue process paper. 'The articles must
conform to the navy standard and pass tbe
usual naval inspection. Blank proposals
will be furnished upon application to the
navy yard, Washington, D.C. The attention
of manufacturers und dealers Is Invited.
Tie bids, all other things telng equal, de
cided by lot. The department reserves the
right to waive defects or to reject any or
all bids not deemed advantageous tn tbe
government. EDWIN STEWART, Taj
inaster General, U. 8. N.
WASHINGTON. D. C.. June 13.
1806T Sealed proposals will bcrecelved
at tbe office of the president of the board
of trustees or the Reform School, D. C,
Depariment of Justice building, until 12
o'clock noon, ot Thursday, June 26, 1896,
for supplying the Reform School. D. C,
wltb coal tor the fiscal year ending June
30, 1897. Specifications and Instructions
to bidders can be obtained on application
to the secretary of the board, Air. 8. W.
Curriden. No. 1423 F st. northwest. Bight
to waive defects and to reject hny or all
bids is reserved. CECIL CLAY. President
Board or Trustees, Reform School.
Jel5 17 IB 20 ZH 24
WASHINGTON, . C.f June 13.
- 1890T Sealeilproposalswllluerccelved
at tbe office of the president of the board
of trustees'of the Reform School, D. C,
Department of Justice building, until 12
o'clock noon ot Friday, June 26, 1896,
for removing lioilers, furnishing steam
pipe and connections, and laying pipe
at tbe school grounds. Specifications,
plans and Instructions to bidders can be
obtained on application to the superintend
end at the school. The right to waive
derects or reject any or aU bids Is reserved.
CECIL CLAY, President Board ot Trustees.
Jel5 17 10 20 22 24
PBOPOSAL8 FOR SUBPLIES AT
JAIL U. b. jail, Washington, D. C,
June 11, IMiC. ProiioaIs arc. Invited for
furnishing at the United States Jail, during
the fiscal year ending June 30. 16117, sup
plies of fresh and salt beef, groceries, cloth
ing, bread, ice, hay, straw, etc.; to be de
livered trom time to time and in ruch
quantities as may be ordered. Bids should
be addressed tn the general agent. Depart
ment of Justice, up to noon of 8ATURDA Y,
JUNE 20. l&SO.at which time they will he
opened. The right to reject any und all
bids Is reserved. Specifications for cloth
ing and groceries may be had on application
to the general agent, JOHN R. LEON ARD,
. Cliery Chase Lake and lb. beautiful
grove bordering Its tanks is the ideal
place to spend a few hours each day dur-Ing-the
summer months. The grounds ar
kept clean, and perfect order Is maintain
ed. A delightrul place to take your chil
dren for a day's outing to rimm in tbt
woods .surrounding the lake shore. Ac
commodations are mode for picnic parties,
and no better place can be found for ths
pnrpose. Doncn's band will play every
evening during tho sumirer from 8 until
10 o'clock. Pleasure boats for hire on the
lake at all times. Take cars of thai Capi
tal Traction Company.
On tbe Crest of tbs Alleghan'.oj.
(Main Lin: B. & 0. K. R.)
For rates, rooms, and other informatlii
apply to D. C. JON'i-S, Manager. B. A O. Cen
tral llmldluc Baltimore. Md., np to Juna loto;
after that date. Drrr Park. Md. '' -
BLtTFF POINT HOUSE. Colonial
llcach. Va.; open Juno 15, 1890, for
boarders. Terms, $5 and J6 per week;
$1 per day. Apply to B. D. COOKE.
The Union Savings Bank,
1222 F Street N. W.
MONEY TO LOAN
On npp roved District real estat an J
FOUR PER CENT
Interest paid on savings depot ts.
Open uutil 5 p. 111. 011 government pay
dais aud .-atur.lny evenings from 6 to 8.
F. II. SMITH President
ALVIN SI. LOl HIIOP... First Vico President
I. G. KIMBALL Secoud Vice President
JAUKaON II. RALSTON becrotiry
T. A. LAMBERT Treasurer and Attorney
Col. F. r. Alnsworth,
I. U. Kimball.
T. A. LaniterT.
A. M. Lotbrop,
Jackson 1L Ralston,
iv nton J. Lainuer.
t . 11. smith.
K Qulncv Smith.
LOAN AND TRUST CO.
PAYS INTEREST ON DEPOSITS,
Subject to Check.
Paid-up Capital ...
JOHN JOV EDSON,
Deposits Earn Interest.
You can deposit vour Ravines with this
company, chfck axalnst them at will,
and at the end of each six months inter
en on your average balances will be
-credited to you.
American Security & Trust Co.
1405 G Street N. Ws"
SILSBY & COMPANY,
COMMISSION STOCK BROKER-',
613 Fifteenth St., opp. U. S. Treasury.
Brokers and Dealers.
Stock-, Cotton, Grain, Provisions,
Local Off ices Rooms 10.11,12 Corcoran
Building. COS 7th St., opposite Patent
Offices. Philadelphia, Baltimore, -, Wash
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Real Estate Title.. ...1CZ. J A. J....
Columbia Title 5. 0,4 J....
Washington Title.. ...10
District Title .3J
Chesapeake and Potomao
American Graphophone, pfd
Pneujiatlc Gun Can-lag.
Mergeutbaler Linotype (uen) ......
Great falls lea
Norfolk aud Wash'n Steamboat.
Baltimore, June 19. Flour quiet bnt
steady, unchanged- receipt, 9,073 barrels:
shipments, 21,637 barrels.- wheat dull
and lower spot and months 62 3-4a63r
July and August, 61 3-4a62; September,
62a62 1-4-receipU 15 078 balbeb; stock,
"TBE BLACKSUITB." bV?
lur.ne; ooiiiwj ur jurs.rraxeeipa exhibi
tion at dOKham'S EostofHce 'Pharmacy,
cor. 10th and u nw. -Jc20-3t
AKTEUAN WELLS drilled. B.
U.UIU ;ai N. j. ave. Je2U-3t
A.BEWABD of $2018 offcredfor the
arrest nm conviction, or tor information
leading lotha arrest and conviction, or any
person round improperly in' possession of
any lanterns, tarpaulins, picks, barrows,
axes,- bars, rsaws, hammers, sledges,"Tem
porary track rails, switches or frogs, or
olber Implements or appliances, or ma
terial ot any kind, belonging to the under
signed and used in his business. For marks
ot Identification address E. SAXTON,
Street Railway Contractor, 123 G St. ne.
(telephone 1040). Jul9-10t,em
ARTESIAN Wells drilled any depth
ui 4.UUU net: lowest rates: quick work.
Apply office, STAR DRILLING CO.. War
der iinlldlng. ,., ., Jul9-3t-em
AWNINGS -!pc window; w rk and
luiuenal.guiiratileed. DIMMlCK. 2010
2d st. nw.. Le Drolt.Park. Jel9-3t
E-Thl34. lo inferm tbe public
rally that Iihjive dissolved my re
p, with C. A. Payne in the slice-
laiionshlD with c. A. Pavne
making business, but (lie same -will be Ciir-
rieu on uy iue. a ahsnre you inut me wunt
done will be f tho'lektlmatcrlnlaiid by a
sober, reliable and skilled mechanic, and at
moderate rates. CpoROBlNSON. JelB-3t
KOKSAOLE-Fweiforks at wholesale".
813 7tBor. ,V,' Jel9-16t
NOTICE All persons are prohibited
trom removing-gravel or sand from
square south or 1092. E. C. GATCHEL,
500 Va. ave. se., ug.au. lorsame. Jul-3t
JBl regular meals at the CHESAPEAKE
DINING ROOMS, for $3.50. 13317th
st. n w. ,, , Jul8-3t-rm
SO CENTS DOWN See this col-
BEST 16c. meal la city at MONK'S.
3T E st. nw. Jel7-7t
KRKR TO A T.T. FOR ONE WEEK.
Cure fur consumption, pneumonia aud
asthma. Relieves cm pains from the chest,
lungs, sides, and stomach in three days.
Dr. Martin's ability to tell a patient u
disease wttimdt asking a question Is as
well established, as thut. Sample lwttles
2riwms. ! Fic.sw. je 1 2-2 w
G. E. WILLIAMS Good" business
cardB, 75c a thousand; tooks repaired,
magazines liound, ape. 615-7tb. jcl-l-Ut
HIGHEST cash price paid for furni
ture, iiuiinug, etc. A. EIZNAK. 1306
11th St. se. Jel4-7t
M. J. CTJRRY & SONS, cnutractliig
bricklayers; damp walls; cellar una
stable floors and walks laid In Portland
cement. 008 13th st. nw.; Jobbing at
tended to. Jel-i-7t
'TBT elastic roof paiut; we stop all leaks
free; charge only for painting; rive
years guaranteed. ELASTIC ROOF AND
WALL PAINT CO., 1713 N. J. ave. nw.
IF you wanj your-house pupered cheap
and want good work, call or send
postal to CHARLES C. M1LK.NCK. 3(11 II st.
CHEAPEST, best: good work: hurt
ncss cards, $1 per 1,000; solicitor
wanted. B. L- HA IS, printer, 1221 M st.
FURNITURE aud household Kouds
best location In tbe city. Call or address
CHARLES BAUM, 311 8th st. nw.
CHEAPEST, lHj.t: good work: bnsl-
ness cardsSIper 1,000. B. L.HAT8,
printer, 1221 M. st. ne- Jel0-lm
MARBLE and Monumental work, re
pairing and setting marble and slate
mantels: ulto stone stjops: cieanlnir it.onn.
ments and head stones. Address JAMES
LEEK. n n sr. ne. jeD-lm
DBS. LEE AND ALDERMAN
huve removed lo 042 E tt. uiv.,
where they will continue to treat chronic
diseases of either tcx. Coosultatlon free
DR. H. L. SHERWOOD, dentist,
respectfully auuountos that he has
SEND "r enrtits to us to be thoroughly
Ui-aned bT our patent steam process
All work tbomurhly done and guaranteed
by us. Vie uflow no moths to exist
Terras the very lowest. A. II. CHASE .
BKO.. 010 La- avenue. Uend posiai-aplO-3mos.
moved iinoniceii-Mziii st.nw.niTap.it3
JTJST nonce; we pay the highest prices
for cast-off clothing; drop postal. SAUL
IUIOH. tiZJ i sx-. nw. myai-3m
4 1-3 st. nw. Ppon(
fSO CENTS DOWN-'rtew credit sys
tem: lacv vuriaius, iuks, purueres, tame
Itnen. clocks. srlveware.J laums. dectirnfMi
txllnner anil toilet sets. srrHads, window
tuaues. carvjiis ten ii'uua.ii uiuies. al
bums, etc. Bind postal: will brlrg samples;
NORTHEAST CREDIT .HOUSE, 1210 li
st. ne.; open un i.ttj..ii.r my-4-imo
v sr.TnsaTsnl7n- trhnrlint j ii.u .
..rivia rnr rn ci.niff "Inf li InrF Ci utt
TRY RUBBER ROOF PAINT
tvi. kiiip Air. r i-.aitr vnpH
and charge, only for palming; work g
teed. NAT. RUBBER 'KOUFPAI.VJ
luio.n st. uw.
FDSN1TDBB mvied: largest 2-bors
load Ta tbe city, $2.50; experienced
tandlers. COLUUilAaTKANStElt CO.,
82.H 4 1-2 st. nw. ,'1'hnnu 11.I1U TelU-lf
V ANTED Lunch, room fixtures, cof
ice uiu. milk urn. taoies, chairs r.nd
counter. WALTERS, 211 Pa. ave. nw.
WANTED To rent 8x10 view-camera
and outfit for short time; responsible
party. .ta-ret-s .. 11. i.. iii.s oitice. It
WANTED-Broiler; anyone having a
lu.c ur ioal liutel oroi.er lor sale can
bear of a purchaser by addressing B. S.,
this office. It
EAT AND ENJOY jour meals by
going in iiricser's. 41O 10th st.; best
15c. meal 111 the tlty, scried with ciemili-
ncss and dispatch. Je0-tf
WANTED-Good watch dog: New
, ,.u..u.u..u or bl.oihouiifl preierred. E.
D. W1LUURT, 155 High St., Aitacoitla,
D. C. It
WANTED-A gentleman wants a horse
aud surry, trap or buggy, to keep for
the summer, or to buy n cheap; horte
must be safe for .1 lady to drive; best of
care given. Box 93. Vienna, Va. lt
WANTED-To buy a new spa per route.
.n.uuitsa v.. B. CAHL, bial.uu 1-.. Ptt-
WANTED-To 'exenange very fine
luruoutr suitable lor pleasure; can be
driven by lames or chtluren, lor surrey and
large horse; suitable for business purposes.
BUSINESS T..careofthisolllce Jul0-3t-en
WANTED-Envelopes to address and
circjiars to fold; clear business hand;
four years' experience. Address C. It.. this
office. 1 tem
ssv AVPF.TI-Good horse, bucev und
Harness; must- be cheap. Can ut 725
7th -st. se.. after 5 p. tn. Jel9-3t
WANTED-A secondhand "two-horse
po wer gas engine; must be In good roudli
Uon.. 470 C skjvr. Jel9-3t
WANTED-An outfit of cooks' tools,
knirer..vc; second banded. Address A.
"WANTED-Position by an expert.
experienced bookkeeper; also a Tew
pupils to learn bookkeeping and banking
at low terms. AddreBS FRANCES R..thU
WANTED-Horses to pasture at $4
per month, on my farm near Bladens
burg; plenty of grass, shade, and running
water. R. A. SHREVE, Bladensburg, Md.
WANTED-l.f 00 second-hand stoves
aim furniture. S.J. NOTES, 4 1-2 nnd
Main are. w Jei4-7t
WANTED-Hoard ana room for two
young ladies; state pr.ee and location
definitely. E. T. OILMAN, 1420 N. l'.ave.
ntVj Ju8-tr-cm .
IEPTEC meaw or the best quality at
AUTH'8. 3d and Ind. ave. Jc5-tt
"WANTED-The public to know that
we aro now boarding Birds, Parrots
and Pets for tbe summer and give them
the best of care and at reasonable prices.
SCHMID'S PET EMPORIUM, 712 12tb St.
RRICKER. 410 10th St.. sets up tbe
best 15 cent meaUn the world; a good
square meal; courteous treatment: and
severe cleanlliiessithat'sUrlcker's.mv29-3 in
SHOES hair-soled and heeled In 15 min
utes, while you wait, for 50c, at 310
Pa. ave. nw. 8 Jn2-3mo-em
WANTED-A bicycle: must be in good
order ana a bargain. Address MAYO.
tbls otflca. si . my25-tf
375,419 bushels; sales, 63,000 bushels
Southern wheat by. .sample, 60a63. Corn
steady spot and month, 33a33 1-4; July,
33 l-4a33 1-2; Acgus 33 1-4 bid; Sep
tember. 33 3-4 bldhbteatner mixed, 31 1-4
a31 l-2-recelpts,4,2G6 bushels; ship
ments, 25,714 busheW; stock, 607.613
bushel 8; sales, l.'OOu'-SoutSern A-hlte
"corn, 36; do. yell6w,u36. Oats steady
No. 2 white Wen tern, 24a24 l-iir No.
2 mixed do. 22a22l-2-receipts, 39,901
bushels; shipments, 220.000 bushels; stock,
227,257 bushels. -Rye.tlull-No. 2. 36a 37
nearby stnckr26,S63tnishels. nayliarely
Heady-choice IinpUiT, 17.00a$17 50.
Grain freights very -dull, rates barely
steady, unchanged.Bugar and batter'
steady, uncbangeB:,-iega weak; un
changed. Cheese ."rirttt, and active, un
cuuaged. Whisky uncT)Angedi
BALTIMORE - r
Bchedule in effect June 15, 1896. ,
Leave Washington from station cornel
ot New Jersey avenue and C street.
For Chicago and Northwest. VesUbuied
Limited trains 11.30 a., ro.-, 8.05 p. m.
For Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Indianap
olis, Vestlhuled Limited, 3.45 p. m., ex
press, 12.15 night.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express
dally 11.30 a. m. and 8.40 p. m.
For Berkeley Springs, Cumberland. DeeJ
Park, Mountain take Park, Oakland, and
Grafton, Fast Express, 12-15 p. m.
For Winchester und way stations, bSJO
For Luray Natural Bridge, Roanoke,
KnnxvlUe, Chattanooga, Memphis, and
New Orleans, 10.50 p. m. daily; sleeping
For Luray, 3.45 p. m. dally.
For Baltimore, week days, 5.00, 6.30,
X7.00, X7.06, X7.10. X7.30, xS.OO, 8.30,
X9.30,xl0.00,xl2.o6a. m.;xl2.05, 12.10,
X12.35, X3.IJ0, 316, X4.2S, 4.32. X5.06,
X5.10,x5.30. 5 J5.XB.20, 6.30, X8.(l0,8.15.
X9.20, 11.15, xll.60, p. m.; and X12.01
nlglit. Sundays. X7.05, X7.10. 8.30, X9.00,
Xl0.00,a. m.;xl2.05,xl2.36, 1.00,x3.00,
For Annapolis, 7. 10 and 8.30 a. m.; 12. 10
and 4.28 p. ni. Sundays, 8.30 a. m., 4.32
For Frederick,a9.00,bll.30 a.ra..cl.l5,
b4.30, b5.:)0 p. m.
For Hagcrstuwn,bll.30a. m.,and b5.30
For Boyd and way points, week days 9.00
a. m., 4.30, 5.30, 7.06 p. m. Sundays.
8.00 a. m.,1. 15, 7.05p.ra.
For Gnithersburg and way points, week
days. 7.00, 9.00 a. m.. 12.C0. 3.UO, 4.30,
4.33. 126.96.36.199,7.05. 11.30, p. in. Sun
days, 9.00 a. m 1.15, 6.36, 7.00, 10.25
For Washington Junction a nd way points,
aO.OO a. tn.. cl.15 p. m. Express trains
stopping at principal stations only, 04.30.
bS.30 p. m.
For Day Ridge, week days. 9.15 a. m.
and 4.2S p. m. Sundays, 9.35 a. m.. 1.30
and 3.15 p. m.
Vrnin Ibiv Kidze. week da vs. 6:15 a. m..
0:50 aud 8:16 p. in. Sundays, 8.00 and
8:15 p. m.
ROYAL BLTJB LINE FOR NEW TORK
All trams illuminated witi. rlutsch light.
For Philadelphia, New York, Boston and
the East, week days 7.0o, 7.05, 8X0,
(10.00 a. m. Dining Car,) 12.00, 12.30,
3.00, (5.05 Dining Car,) 8.00 p. m. (12.01
night. SlerplngCaropennt 10.n0 o'clock,,
O. ..!-. .7 UK r.inltitr f- lO ,11 n n.
Joining Car.) (12.35 Dining Car.) 3.00,
ift.uo liinmg tar,i o.uu, ii.ui nignu
Sleeping car open for passengers 10.00"
Burfet Parlor Cars on all trains.
For AtianticCity, 10.00a. ra., 12.00 noon,
Sundays, 12.'35 p. m.
bExceptSunday. a Dally. cSundayonly.
Baggage called for and checked from ho
tels and residence by Union Transfer Com
pany, on (inters lert at ticket ofllcvs, 619
Pennsylvania uvenueitonhwest. New York
nvenue nnd Fifteenth street, and at depot.
WM. B. GREENE, CHAS. O. SCULL,
Gen.Uanager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
(PIEDMONT AIR LJNE.J
(Schedule In effect June 14, 1E9G.)
AH trains arrive and leave Pennsylvania
M a. in. Dally, local for Damlllp connects
at Manassas for Btrasburg, daily, except
Sunday, and at Lynchburg with the Nor
folk and Western, daily, and with tbe Ches
apeake ami Ohio, d.iilv, for the Natural
Bridge and Clifton Forge.
1 1: 1 5 a. m. Dally, the UNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman Buffet Sleep
ers, New York and Washington Jackson
ville, uniting at Salisbury with Pullman
Blceper for Ashcvillc and Hot Springs, N.
C, Knoxvllle and Chattanooga, Tciin.. and
at Charlotte with Pullman Slieper fix
Augusta, also Pullman Sleeper New York
toheiv Orleans, via Montgomery, connect
ing at. Atlanta with I'lillin.in Hlocner for
'Birmingham, Memphis and St. Louis.
i.vi IJ-...I. lan-ai lor r roni novai. uiver
tou and 8lrasburg, daily, except Sunday.
- 4:01 p. in. Daily.lucalforCiiurluttesvllle.
10:43 p.m. Daily, WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN VESTIBnLED. LIM
ITED, composed of Pullman vestibuled
sleepers, dining cars aud day coaches.
l-uinnaii oierpcrs wew lork in Asncvnie
aiiuituionnogs,n..;.;rtcw xurkto lampa,
via. Charlotte, Columbia, Savannah, aud
Jacksonville, and New York to Memphis
vlaBlriniugham;New York to New Orleans,
via -Atlanta and Moutsoinerr. Vestibuled
day ooacli Washington tn Atlanta. Southern
Railway dining car, Greensboro to Mont
1 IlkiNS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington 9.01 a. m.
dally. 1 00 p. m. nnd 4:45 p. m. dally, ex
cept Sunda. ard C:25 p. ni- Sunday only;
Tor Round Hill. 4:32 p. m.; dallv except
Sunday, for Leesbun;. and 6:25 n. in.
dally for Hcrndoii. Returning, arrive at
Washington 6:26 n. ni. and 7:00 p. ra
dally, and 3.00 n. ill. dallv, exoept Sunday,
from Round Hill, and 7:06 a.m. dally, ex
cept Sunday. frcm Heriidon.nnd R:34a.m.
daily, except Sunday, from Lecsburg.
Through trains from the Siuth arrive at
Washington 0:42 a.m.. 2.20 p. in. and 9:40
p. in., dally, Manassas diilsinn; 10:00
. in., clnlly, except Suribi v. and 8:40 a. m..
dally, from Charlottesville.
Tickets, sleeping car reservaUon end In
forniation riiruiih.-dnttfli'.-csftll and 1300
Pennsjlvsnla aienue. nnd at Pennsjlvar.ia
Railroad Pat"i'cer Station
Vv". H. GIIEF.N. :-n. npr.
J. M. CULP, Tmfric Mil nutter.
Yv A. TUIIK, qpti. I "a km. Ani-nt.
Should be read daily by all interested as
cli'iugei. may occur ut any time.
FOREIGN MAILS Tor tbe week ending
June 20, dose promptly at this office as
SATURDAY (d) At 6:25 a. in. for Cape
Colonv and Natil.per s.s. Wllcannla.from
New York. Letters must be drrectcd "Per
PRINTED MATTER. ETC.-Gerroan
steamers sailing from New York on Tucs-
days, iitursaays ana Naiuraays lake print
ed matter, etc.. ror'Germany. and specially
addressed printed matter, etc., for other
parts of Europe. White Star steamers sail
ing from New York on Wednesdajs take
specially addressed printed matter, etc
for Europe. Cunard steamers sailing from
New York on Saturdays take printedmatter.
etc.. for Great llrltaln and Ireland, and
specially addressed printed matter, etc
for other parts of Europe. American and
French line steamers take printed matter,
etc- for nil countries for which they are
advertised to carry mall.
MiiIIb for Son tli und Central America.
"West Iiidln. Etc.
direct, and La Plata countries, via Per
nambneo. Rto de Janeiro, and Santos, per
s. s. Asiatic Prince, from New York. Let
ters tor North Brazil must be directed "Per
Asiatic Prince." (c) At lO.OSp.m.for Blue
fields, per Steamer from New Orleans.
lc)At 9:S0'p.'tu.. for Barhados direct; also
North Brazil, via Para and Mannas, per
r. s. Flumlnense, from New York. Letters
for other porta of Brazil must be directed
(d (Mails for Newfoundland, via New
York, by rail to Hnlirax, and tbence by
steamer, close at this ornce dally at
11:35 a. ra.
(a)Malls ror Mlquelon, by rail to Boston,
and thence bv steamer, close at this office
daily at 3:20 p. m.
de Cuba, which Is rorwardedvlaNew York,)
close at this ornce dally at 3:00 p. m. for
rorwardlng by steamers sailing Mondays
and Thursdays from Tort Tampa, Fla.
(d)Mails for Mexico, overland, unless
specially addressed tor dispatch by steamer,
close at this office dallv at 9:00 a.m.
Mails for China and Japan, per s. s.
City of Rio Janeiro, from San Francisco.
close here .dally up to June 18, at 6:30
Mails for Australia (except those fcr
West Australia, which are forwarded U
Europe). New Zealana, Hawaii, FIJI and
Samonn Islam's, per s. s. Alameda, from
San Francisco, close here dally-up to June
20. at 6:30 p. m.(b)
Malls for Australia (except West Austra
lia), Hawaii and Fiji Islands (specially ad
dressed only), per s.s. A.icwera, ircm Van
couver close here iipllv afler June 20, and
up to July 1, at 6:30 p. m. (b)
Malls lor the Society Islands, per ship
Tropic Bird, from San Francisco, close here
dallv up to June 24. at 6:30 p. m.
Malls for Ha wall, per s.s. Australia, from
San FmnrlKCO, close here dally up lo July
5, at 6:30 p. m.
Trans-Pacfncmnlls are forwarded to the
port of sailing dally, and the schedule nt
closing is arranged on the presumpthn of
their uninterrupted overland transit.
(a)Regtstcred mall closes at 10:00 a.m.
same day. . ..
(h)Reglstered mall closes at l:00-p. m.
(e)Kegistered mall closes at 6.00 p. m.
same da y.
(d)Regfstered mail closes at 6:00 p. m.
(e)I(eglstered mall closes at 1:00 p. m.
Tuesday and 8aturday.
CONTRACTOR AND BUlLDElt.
WM". K. CI
' building anc
813 lltli it; aw.
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH. AND B
-la.fffeet 7:35 P.M.. Mai-17.1800.
PITTSBURG EXPRESS.-Butret Parlor
Car, HarrUburg to Pittsburg.
SP . PENNSYLVANIA LIM-ITED.-Tulimaa
Sleeping. Dining, Bmok
ISfit ana Observation Cars Harrlsburg to
Chicago, CindnnaU, Indianapolis. 8t
Louis. Cleveland, aud Toledo. Buflet Par
lor Car to HarrUburg.
1.0.30A, BC FAST LINE.-Fullmao
Butfet Parlor Car to HarrUburg. Par
lor and Dining Can, Harrlsburg to Pitts-
to Harnsburg. Bleeping and During Cars.
Harrlsburg to St. LojU.CloclunaO.LoiUj
Tllla, and Chicago.
Tf3,p P. JMCTWESTEBN EXPRESS. -
ruiiraau Bleeping car to Chicago, and
Harrlsburg lo Cleveland.
uining usr vi
'frltPaa1'.. BOOTHWESTEBN BX
rKLMH. PulUnau tlieeuiog and Dluunl
iff" . . Louis, and Sleeping Car.Hax-
riSbUra to ClnnlrTnuM
Si'o0 V,' But- PACIFIC EXPRE8B.
PuUman Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
T.60 A. BI. for Kane, Canandalgua,
Rochester, and Niagara Falls daily, x
X0.30 A. BCi ror Elmira and RenoTO.
daily, except Sunday. For Lock Uarea
w-cek days and Willlamsport Bundays.
O.40 p. OQ.
7J.O P. M.for Willlamsport, Rochester.
Buffalo auT Niagara Falls dolly, except
Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washing
ton to buspensicn Bridge via Buffalo.
10.40 F. M. for Erie, Canandalgoa,
Rochester, Buffalo and Niagara Fall
dally, Bleeping car Wssnmgton to Er
For I'lilladelpblo, Now York aud tbe
all Panor Cars.- wltn
Dining Car fro
mm Raltlmnre. Recnlar
oi i .oo mining car), 7.20, 9.00, lo.ovi
Dining Car), and 11.00 (Dining Car from
Wilmington) a. m.. 12.45, 3.15. 4.20.
6.40, 10 00, nod 1U5 p.m. On 8unday.
7.00 (Dining Carl. 7.20. 9.00, 11.00
(Dining Car from Wllmlngtonia.m.. 12.15
3.15. 4.20, 6.40. 10.00. and 11.35 p. m.
For Philadelphia only. Fast Express. 7.60
a. in. week days. Express, 12.16 week
days. 24)1 and 5.40 p. m. dally. For
Boston without change. 7X0 a. in. week
days, and 3-.16 p.m. dally.
Atlantic City (v'a Delaware River, Bridie,
all rail route, 3:16 p m. ually; (via
Market Street Ferry). 10.00. 11.00 a in.
tnd 12:45 p. m. week-days. 11.35 p. ra.
dallv. nnd ft. 00 n. in 8ntntLlvs only
ForBaltimore. 6.25. 7.00. 7.20. 7 50,9.00;
10 00, 10 30; 11 00, and 11 r.O a. m .
12.15. 12.45. 2 01, 3 15, 3.40. (4.00
Limited). 4-20. 4 36, 5.40, 6 05, 6.40;
7.10. 10 00, 10.40. 1116. and 11.35
p. tn. On Sunday, 7.00, 7:20, 9 00,
9.00, 1O.S0, 11 OH a. m.. 12.15. 1.16.
2.01, 3 15. 3.40 (4 00 Limited), 4.20.
6 40, 6 05, 6.40, 7.10. 10.00, 10.40.
and 11 35 p. m.
For Pope's Creek Line, 7.20 a. m. nnd 4.36
8. m.. dally, except Sunday. Sundays,
.06 a. m.
For Annapolis. 7.20, 0.00 a. m.. 12.18
and 4.20 p. m., dally, except Sunday
Sundays, 9.00 a. tn. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Rich
mond, points on Atlantic Coast Line,
4.30 a. m.. 3.46 p ra., dally. Richmond
and Atlanta. 8.40 p. m.. dally. Rich
mond only, 10.67 a. m.. week days
Accommodation for Quantico, 7:45 a.
m., dally, and 4.25 p. m , week "days
For Alexandria, 188.8.131.52.7 45.8.40,n.45.
10.67. 11.60 A. M., 12.50. 1.40. 3.20.
4 25. 5 011. 6.37, 6.16. 8.02. 10.10. and
11.42 P. M. On Sundays at 4 30. 7.45,
9.45 A. M., 2.45, 0.15, S.02. and 10.10
Leavn Alexandria for Washington 6.08,
6.43. 7.05. 8.00. 8.10. 10.15. 111.28 A
M. 1.00, 2.16. 3.00, 3.23. 6.00. 6.30.
6.13. 7.00. 7.20. J) 10. 10 62. and 1 1.08
P. M. On Sunday at 6.43. 9.10. 10.28
A. M 2.15. 5 30, 7.00. 7.20. 0.10. and
10 .6i P. M.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and (i
streets, aud at tbe station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left for the
checking ot baggage to destination from
hotels and residences.
B. M. PREV03T. J. R. WOOD,
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
Washington Mount Vernon
$ Alexandria Railway Co.
From Station Thirteen-and-a-half street
and Pennsylvania u venue.
For Alexandria 6:W, 7, 8. 9. 10. II, 12 s.
in.. 1, 3, 4. 5, 6. 7, ,, 10. II. 12 p. m. Sun
dav. tlr-t train. 9 a. m-, la.t train 10 p. m.
For Mount Vernon 10. II, li a. m., 1,2,3
p. m. Dally except Sunday.
G. E. ABLOT, GEO. II. PHILLIPS,
General Managers Gen. Pass. Agent.
WANTED-A furnished house. In tbe
cty orsuuurbs. to care for by tiled
ladr. with coixl references. Address BE
SPONSIHLE. th's office. It
WAN'TKO Fill! CA-II.
Itesldeitc. in Nnrlbwrst; 7 large bed
room.: 2 bath., MeMm lief; 25 feet frntir,
nr more; or vrotild buy nn old residence
aud rrmodel; nin-t ben birgatn. Apply
The Time. Real E-tato Iturean.
FOB SALE HOUSES.
FOB JrAItE Pair of thoroughbred
u)its;Iour j ears old; well broken; dam
and sire have record of 2:30. Apply J.
C. KNIGHT, Hotel Chamberliu. jel8-3t
C. U. CHURCH. Landover, Md. Rev. A.
O. Harrison, pastor Sund.iy-schojl, 3 ji.
m.: preaching. 8 p. m.. bv Rev. 8. 8. God
rrey. Praver meeting. Tuesday, 8 p. m.,
conducted by C.U. Mission workers.
SECOND BArTIPT CHURCH, Fourth
street and Virginia aicnue southeast Pas
tor, E. HezSwein.preachcsat 11 a.xji.and
Harry T. Proctor at 8 p. m. Free pews.
All cordially Invited.
WESLEY CHAPEL M. E. CnURCH.
corner Fifth and F streets northwest; Rev.
C. W. Baldwin, pastor Sunday-school at
9:15 a. in.: preachirg by- paslor at 11
a. m.; and 8 p. m-Epworlli League at 7
p. in.: prayer meetlrg on Thursday even
ing. Everybody welcome. Come.
UNITARIAN-ALL SOULS' CHURCH,
corner Fourteenth ami L streets nortbwest
Rev. Frank L. rhalen, of Concord, N. H.,
wld preach morning at-11 o'clock, subject,
"The Redemption of Humanity;" Sunday
school and Unity study class at 9:45 a. m.;
Young People's meeting at 6:30 p.- ro.
All are invited.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Corner Tenth nnd G streets northwest.
Rev.S.M. Newman. D.D., pastor. Services
at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.: music by quartet
and chorus. led by Dr. Biechofr, organist:
Sunday school. 9:30 a. ro.; Christian
Endeavor, 7 p.m.
CENTRAL M. P. CHURCn, Twelfth and
M northwest. Rev. 8. J. Smith, pastor.
11 a. m., "A Shining Church;" 8 p. ni
"On Stormy Galilee;" Sunday School, 9:30
a. in.; Christian Endeavor, 7 p.m. Sunday
School nt Mission. Tliirtecn-nnd-a-halt and
D southwest, 3 p. m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday, 8 p. m. Address by Eev.B.
WESTERN PRESBYTERLVN CHURCH.
H street, above Nineteenth northwest.
Rev. Howard Wilbur Ennls, pastor. 11a.
m.. "The Way, the Truth, and tho Life;"
8 p. m choral service wlt.ii brief sermon.
By request a portion or tlie Christian En
deavor convention choir will again render
tlie great choruses to be sung at the convention-.
Soloist, Mis.j Nannio Moffett. AH
THE BRETHREN-rrcachlng at 316
Penusjlvaiiia uiemiu soutLeast, i.n Lord's
day, 11 a. m.; Elide school at 9:40;
Young People's meeting nt 7:30 p. m., at
215 Four-aiid-a-h.ilt street northwest.
Everybody invlled lo attend nil of these
services. W. M. Lyon, pastor.
GRACE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH, Ninth and S uorlliwt Divlnu
service at 11 a. in. unit f- p. m.; Sunday
school at 9:30 a. ra.; EpWorlli League at
7 p. in.: .stxinl hirrlif mid revival, each
Thursday evening nt 8; attentive ushers.
Go with us to.Bay Ridge, June 2&.
METAPHYSICAL LECTURE. SUNDAY
night. 904 F st-nw.. snl.lrct. "Emanatlors
Psychical and Physical." Special ornce
days. Monday, Wednesday nnd Fridnv.
Public Invited. William and Nina Hughes.
MILES MEMORIAL CHURCH. Third
street, lietween L and New York nienue
northwest 9:30, Sniid.fy-school; 11 a.m.,
preaching by Rev. Hawkins; p. m.. ser
mon to the Ancient Independent Order of
Sons and Danghtersot Moses, by the pastor.
5 p. m., Christian Endeavor. Yon are welcome-
J. C. Martin, pastor.
EASTERN PRESBYTERIAN CHIIUCn.
Maryland avenue nnd Sixth street north
east Rev. Thomas Chalmers Easton. 1). D..
pastor, will preach at 11 n. in., subject
"Spiritual Uplifting," and at 7:45 p. m..
a choral service, spiritual songs, solos,
and the beat music rendered by Y. 1'.
S. C. E. choir and church choir. SuikUj
school, 9:30 a. in. .Strangers cordially
invited. I'astor's residence. 308 Seventh
F1R8T PRESBY1 ERIAN CHURCH, Four-and-a-half
street, between C and D.-Rcr. ,
T. DeWitt Talniage, D. D., will preach
morning and evenlngat.il a.m. and 8 p.
m.; Sunday Sdiool at 9:30 a. D4 Junior
Christian Endeavor, at 3:30 p. m.; Senior
Christian Endeavor, at 8:45 p. m.
WAUGH M. E. CHUBCH. Third and A
streets northeast. Rev. B. Olin Eldridge
at 11 a. m..and 8 p. m.r Sunday School,
9:15 a- m.; EpworUi League, 7 p. m.;
Monday,- 8 p. m., leaders and Stewards;
Thursday, 8 p. m.. prayer meeting: Fri
day, 8 p. m., Snnday School board. Beats
THE NORTHEAST BAPTIST CHURCH,
on First street, between C and D streets
northeast. Iter. J. 11. Robinson, pastor,
will preach at 11 a. m., subject. "Go und
Preach the Gospel;" Sunday School at
9 a. m .; pastor will preach at 7:30 p. m
subject. "God Will Provide Himself a
Lamb;" Christian Endeavor, at 8 p. m.
MILES MEMORIAL CM. E.CHURCH.
Rev. J. C. Martin, D. D.. pastor; 9:30 a.
m.. Sabbath School; 11:30 a. m., preach
ing by Rev, H. H. Hankras, D. D.; 8 p. ni.,
anauul .ermon to Ancient Order of Moses
by the .pastor: G p. m Y. P. B. C. E.
Welcome to all.
FIFTEENTH STREET M. E. CiTUBCH.
corner K north west. Preaching. 11 a. m.
bv nastor. Rev. W. W. Van Arsd.iler 8un-
.day School, 9:30 a. m.; Children's Day ex
ercises amp. m., special music; cpworin
League, 7 ji. m. Pews free. All are
METROPOLITAN M. E. CHURCH, Four-and-a-hair
und C Rev. Hugu Johnston, D.
D., pastor. 11a. m.. Rev. Bishop J. F.
Hurst. D. D.; 8 p. m.. Illustrated sermon
by the pastor, subject. "The First Miracle
and Discourses or Jesus;" 9:30 a. m., Sun
day Schiul; 3 p.m., Chinese Sunday School;
MARVIN M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH. Tenth
ami B streets southwest. i-xeaciilng at
1 1 a. m. an 1 8 p. in. by pastor. Rev. W.
F. Locke; Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. Ail
DOUGLAS MEMORIAL CHURCH, corner
Eleventh nnd H streets northeast. Rev.
John L. Walsh, pastor. Sunday School,
9:30 a. m. Robert 8. Trimble, superin
tendent. Preaching by the pastor at 11
a. m. and 8 p. in.; Juvenile Missionary
Society, 2.30 p. m.; Mrs. Charles A. Pike,
superintendent. Bladensburg Mission, 2:30
p. m.. Rev. L- D. Uerron, uperintcndent.
KiKedale Mission. 3 p. ni. Robert I.Carr,
superintendent. Epworth League, 7 p. m.,
Charles E. Roberts, prcsl Jent. Classes meet
on Mouday and Tuesday evenings. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening. 8 p. m. The
public are cordially invited.
NORTn CAR0LTNA AVENUE M. E.
CHUKCII, corner North Carolina avenue
and Elgiith street Preaching. 11a. m.and
8 p. in.; morning topic, "The Ultimate
Motive:" evening theme, "Cursed Bless
Jrg':" Y. P.S.C-.E.,7:15.BartIettttJames,
MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sixtn street, bitwt-en L and M street
northeast Sunjjay-stbool. 9:30 a. m.j
pn-achlng", 11 a. in., by Rev. J. T. Clark,
pastor of the Providence BaptLt Church,
and 3 p. in.. Rev. J. A. Taylor, pastor ot
tne Shiiob Baptist. Cnurth; nreaching at 8
p. m.by thepastor.Rev.B. M.Brown.
UNITED BRETHREN IN CHRIST
Memorial Church, corner R and North
Capitol streets Preaching at 11 a. m.nnd
8 p. m., by the pastor, Kev. J. E. Font;
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. ra.; Y. P. S. C. E.
at 7 p. m.; g-nerai prayer service Thurs
day at 8 p. hi. Strangers welcome.
Staff Capt. Blanche B. Cox, of the Sal
vation Army, will preach at Twelftb Street
M. E. Church, corner of Twelfth and E
streets southeast, Sunday night, June 21
nt 8 p. in. She will be assisted by other
members of the army in the revival
service, which is to follow the preaching.
The public generally is cordially invited to
this meeting. s
TIIEOSOPHY-Leclure on "Conforming
to New Eniironmenl" by James Albert
Clark, editor or Free Quill, Laurel. Md.,
at Wlnodaughsls rooms, 1328 I street
northwest, Sunday night, 8 p. m. Study
class Sunday morning, 11 a. m.; Regular
weekly meeting Thursday nlgbt, 8 p. m.,
subject for discussion "Teachings of tbe
Secret Doctrine." All free. Public invited.
EBENEZER M. E. CHURCH. 4th and D
sis. se.-M. W. Clair, Ph. B., pastor. 8
a. m.. Sunday school: 11 a m.. sermon bv
Ua member or the Zion ccur erence m session;
a p. m.. loriiein anniversary or tne u. u.
O. or G. Flfherracn Tabernacle. No. 2.
Sermon by ihe pastor: 730 p. m., praise
service by the Epwortb League; 8 p. m.,
sermon by a member of the Zion conference.
THE METROPOLITAN PRESBYTER
IAN CUURCH. 4th and B sts.
se. Rev. George N Luccock, D.
D., jiastor. Preaching tomorrow
at 11 a. in. by the iw.tor. subject,
""The Hope That Purifies." At 8 p. m.
an address on "Armenia," by Mr. EzeUel
Taminoslan. of Aniloch, Syria., an excel
lent speaker. Sabbath school S-30 a. m ;
Y P. S. C. E.. 6:43 p. m.; prajer meeting
Thursday, 8 p. m.
ASBURY M. E. CHURCH. 11th and K
sts. uw. Iter I. J.. Thomas. 1). D., pastor.
5 a. m., praise meeting; 9:15 a. m., Sun
day school: 1 1 a. m., sermon by Rev. W. H.
Brooks, nresiding elder: 4 d. m.. Enwnrih
rLeague; 8 p. m., sermon by Rev. J. W.
uood, li. D ll. ii senior mshop of the
A. M. E. Zion Church. Great day at As
bury. Fine music. Come early. All ara
GUNTON TEMPLE MEMORIAL PRES
BYTERIAN CHURCH, comer 14th and S
sts. nw. Rev. G. B. Patch, D. D., pastor,
and Rev. C. H. Elliott, supply. Church
services, 11a. in. and 8 p m. Preaching
morning and evening by Kev. C. U. Elliott,
of Auburn, N. Y. fcabtiaih school. Col. G. 11.
Brown's adult Bible class, and Rev. J. C.
Pratt's Young Men's Bible class meet In
chapel, 9:30 a. m : -I S. C. E., 4:30
p. m.-, Y P. S. C. E., 7 p. m.; ndd
week prayer meeting Thursday, 8 p. in.
BR00KLAND M. E. CUURCH-Rev. Wil
liam il.Lliapman.iastor uunuav-schoolat
I 0 a. m.; preaching at 11.30 a. m. by tbe
astor; service at 8 p. m conducted by the
Epworth League. Prayer service. Wednes
SPIRITUALISM, McCauley's Hall. C09
Pennsylvania avenue southeast Sunday at
10 a. m.. Children's Progressive Lycenm or
thought exchange meeting. Question for
consideration: Dow to conduct successfully
liceums and ll'ieril Sun.d.iv-schools, CM.
Stanglen or Baltimore, E. W. Gould, Mr.
Humphrey, F. B. ooubury. Mrs. Stevens,
and many others will address the meeting.
All seats tree.
TRINITY P. E. CHURCn. Third and C
streets northwest 11 a. m service and
sermoa;8 p.m., service andsermon;8unday
school, 9:30 a. in. and 3 p. in.; litany nnd
lecture. 8 p. m.. Wednesday. The public
FAITH M. E. CHAPEL, Bowen Road. D.
C Kev. A. G. Harrison, pastor. Preach
ing by pastor, 11a. m., subject: "Follow
Me." 8 p. in., subject. -'Come and See."
Young people's meeting, 7 p. m. Prayer
meeting, Wednesday, p. m. Sunday
school. 10 a.m.
CUURCH OF OUR FATHER. corner 13lh
and L sis. uw. Kev. A. O. Rogers, D. D.,
pastor. Services at 11 a. m Sunday
chonl, 9:45; Young People's Union, 7 p.
ra. Preaching by Kev. H N. Couden, chap
lain or the House of Representatives. -
CHRISTADELPHIANS meet every Sun
day in church on Eig ith street, between
F and G streets nortueost Sunday-school
at 2 o'clock p. tn.; services at 3:3u p. ra.;
Chrisladelphlan League meets In Church
at 8 o'clock p. m. All invited.
HAML1ND M. E. CHURCH. Ninth and P
streets northwest Iter. W. R. Stridden,
pastor. Sunday-school, 9:15 a. m.;prcach
lngby thepastor.ll a.m..subject: "Search
lug for God." 8 p. m., preaching by Kev.
L. B. Wilson, D. D., presiding eider. Ei
worth League. 7 p. m. Tuesday, conse
cration. Thursday, church prayer meeting,
8 p. in Commencing June 21. the pastor
will preach a series of sermons on"The God
head." THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH. 423 G street
northwest Rev. Alex. Kent, pastor, will
speak at 11:15 on "Money and Morals."
Mailer of sticci.il interest to all who have
any concern for the future of the church.
Bible class at 10:15, story of Joseph. All
NINTH STREET CHRISTIAN CHUP.CH,
nrnor 9lh and D sts. no. Pastor E. B.
Bagby will preach nt It a. m. and 8 p.
m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 7 p. m.
FOURTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
tith St., Ictwecn (! and H tts. nw. Rev.
Jo-epli T. Kelly, pastor. Preaching at 11
a. in. by Iter E. D. Bailey, and at 8 p.
in. by kev J 11. Bradford. mMmHi stresd
nt 0:30 a. m.. Y P. S. C. E. at 7
ji. ia.; prcparalory enlcc Tanrsday at 8
p. in. Everybody welcome
'METP-OrOLlTAN BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sixth and A Mr..cL i.onheast: Dr. . B.
WUIiam.. pastxir fcunday school, 0:30 a.
m.: 11. Y. P. II., 0:t p. in.; prcai hitg, 11
r.. in. and s p. r.i. A i ways g-id lo greet
friends, vlsiiors aud strar.Tors.
UNION M. F,. CHURCH. Tenth nnd I
streets north"!!"!: Rev. J. T. Reed, pastor
Pnactilrg, 11 a. in., by paslor; Sunday-sr-'jool.
2:30 ji. in.: pr.-acliirf:, H p. m.;
quurtcrlv coafcrenre Tuesday, S p. m.;
e'.is. Fr1d.iv. S p.m. Alt nr, wplecme.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIEN
TIST. (Services at WiUanl Had. nth and
F sts.. every Sunday at 1 1 a. pi Subject,
"Je)ua Last DiFtinrse nnd His Ascen
sion." Mr. nnd Mr .1. F Lt:Isrtt, C
. D.'s. readerr Seals freo.
GURI.F.Y MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN
CBUitCH. riorida nve., between Gtli and
Tib i-ts nw J Kusscll Vernrjekc. pastor.
Morning service, 1 1 o'clock- New members
received ami. the Ijord's Supper observed.
Evening service. 8 oMcek. Subject, "Tho
Lr,vo of Owl." ririh sermon in the scries on
the parable or the Prodigal Son. Christian
Endeavor service, 7 o'clock. All arc cor
dially invited to these services.
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