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THE TIMES. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1899.
ASSAULT AND HOBBEBY.
Klclit Colored 31m Accuxril of 11,-in-ttun
James Gray, Robert rendleton. Frank
Turner, Henry 'Ware. Lemuel Slmmoas,
Howard Berry, "William Jennings, and
Joseph Mack, all colored, were arraigned
before Judge Scott In the Police Court yes
terday morning charged with attempt at
criminal assault. The first four named had
in additional charge of highway robbery
placed against them. The complainants in
the case were Mrs. Dora Linkens and
It is alleged that the complainants were
en their way home from the Hying horses
at the ccrner of First and K Streets south,
west, about a week ago, when they were
attackrd by the eight men. Gray. Tendle
ton. Turner, and Ware caught Giles and
held him. at the same time going through
his pockets, and took $3. They struck him
en the hand with a blackjack, and other
wise maltreated him. When he was releis
ed he ran away. The eight men then
turned their attention to the woman and
it Is .charged they assaulted" her. After
hearing the evidence In the case Judge
Scott ordered that the men be held for the
action cf the grand jury. In the cases of
Gray, Pendleton, Ware, and Turner bond
was fixed at $3,000. The others were held
Ijlnaiipolntlnnr nn Ailmlrer.
(From the Chicago Times-Herald.)
It is related of Tennrson tliat lie w onee
followed around the halls of tlie National Gal
Ier in London for hours-br an enthusiastic ad
roller, in the hope that he might let drop some
pearl ct thought which could be treasured in the
memory and repeated with pride aa coming
direct from the poet's own linn. Hut Tennyson
noed artnmd the picture gloimilr. and slid
nothing whatever for a Jong time, although the
ladr who ar-ccrananied him spolie now and then.
Tinally lie- opened his mouth, to speaV, the ad
inlrrr drew nearer and li-t. nod eagerly, only to
h-ar tiie great man wzarPy remark? "Well, now,
my d.ar. if you will at down and rest I will
no Mt and get seme b:rr." Whereupon the
tno-exartin-y fr.tlrma-t went away disconsolate,
carrying the Trruiae cf a fallen idol.
m:i.i- iamm!:!) fuiials.
Ails crtlnrtuemf t.litlcr tills lieml
sslll liejnvcrfed for one cent n svord
fnr rnrli Insertion.
WANTED Today, several cooks, crneral ha-m-workers,
room cleaneis. laundresses, dining
renin girls. hllACKLErolIlTS, 427 llth st. nw.
WANTED Girl fcr general housework. 1333 C
st. nw. it
WANTED Ladies; vacancies -in all lines; fall
engagements: potlUcns secured or money re
funded. NATIONAL INKOItMATlON DL'ltEAU.
911 G st It
WANTED WIi it e girl for general- iiousjwork;
mutt slay nights. MRS. WILSON, Lar.cdon,
WANTED Young lady to instruct on Hie leading
sewing machine. Address, with ref.. II. 2,
this cftice. jyi-2t
WANTED Settled -white rmrsj for two children.
ilil cook for mountain resort; fare paid.
NATIONAL INFORMATION BUREAU. 311 G st.
WANTED Two girls; one for sewing, f3 per
week, with board, and girl for general houe-vm.-k;
refs. Call for 3 days, IS 0th st. sc. It
WANTED Cohered girl for general housework;
no cooking. Apply &31 E st. nw. It
WANTED Woman to sssit with general house
work in country. Apply 1523 llth St. nw.
WANTl-D A reliable white girl to cook and do
chamber work for family of three; good
wages; refs.' required. L P. SHOEMAKER,
Brightwood are., above Crightwood. jyi7-3t
"WANTED Ilocsekeepcr to superintend small
country betel; good borne. HOTEL MORRIS,
Orange. Va. . jy2l.27.29
WANTED Women to do light housework; two
girls as chambermaids. Oall at the VIII
G1NIA EMPLOYMENT UL'REAU, 1032 llth ft.
WANTED A white woman for general house
work; also girl about 15, of good family,
for right work; good borne Box 53, Caitliers
burg, KJ. jj-jU-St-cm
.WANTED White girl for general housework;
most stay.jiights; ref. resjuired. Apply 1033
.ttotst. :- - . , jyiO-it
WANTED Two apprentices for ostrich feathers;
small wages; at once; good prospect in fu
tme. Cll 13th St. nw. ji-g6-Tt
WANTED I lousekesfjier; De with child prefer
red. .1S50 Half st. se., between M aril N.,
Wednesday, between and li jy25-St-em
Y.'ANTIJ Hands on bnllion embroidery; none
but experienced need apply. 130 1 st. nw.
ICE cream; pure and delicious. 70c per gallon.
IACEY CREAMERY CO.. C07 N. Y. are. nw.
Phone S0SL JeS7-tf
HEM- WASTED-MALE AAI FEMALE
Ailrertlsciucutii under this lirntl
mil lie Inverted for one cent a word
tor eaclt insertion.
WANTED-K5 to ?50 a week can soon be made
at small cost by art students and amateurs.
Address II. 7, this office. .v25-3t-em
WANTED Pupils in telegraphy, by expert teleg
rapher; shorthand and typewriting taught by
trcciiiisls. UH llth t. JeS-tl
A.Ivcrtlrrncnt under tlila Lend
-nlll tie fiiBcrieil for one cent n lTord
Inr eneli Snaerttnn.
GOOD HOMES. Northwest, Northeast., and South
east; go borne cr stay; wages, $1, $10, and
??. 3 G rt. nw. It
WANTED Eewlng st SO cents a day, or ligU
kMVwork.' blO &tb tt. nw. j-7-2t
WANTED By repectsUe white woman, situation
as rtok; -will ist in washing; good ref. Ad
drrt.1 i. 10. this efhee. It
W.VNTED By respecUbie colored girl, general
bov-rf-work In small family or day work; refs.
1733 llth U. nw. jyl7n
WANTED By young girl from Yirginij. place
as Iiaaintiennaid, nuise, cr waitress; refs. 1 121
Sik st. m.-. it
WANTIHI By respectable colored girl, place fo
At general housework; small family; stay
nights. 1191 4th ft. nw. It
WANTED By young colored girl, place as
naree, iw tiiester uourt nw. It-em
WANTin) Bys colored women, work to do by
"- .uuub - llUI UVUIC IOU Sill
st. nw. it-ero
WA.VTEI) By a reliable yoeng inarii.d woman,
rdee as ckambennaid or nurse. 1S51 N. J.
tc. wr. - . ifit
WANTED-lly a lady, I Urge unfwiwiied room
wHIi an elderly couple where her s-rrices
will ix sn ruiralect to l-oard; Xonl-rait or
Koutlseist preferred. Addr A. 15, this office.
WANTED-By colored woman, jjaee to do gen
Hl iKMwwork. 1633 Vermont ave. nw.
WANTED By respectable colored girl, place to
do cenrral Jiouscuork in sital family. 1S30
-Uarfcai A. nw. irai't
SITUATIONS tVAXTED MALE.
Alls frlli.i-iin-:it unilcr this hi-inl
slll lie luftertetl fur one eeul u svurd
or eneh tuxcrtlnn.
WANTeiD-IiestlM, iitaitMr7iiad- trroeay
ssttMawi drairts situation. Address ). M 13
V ANrni--By mrissered graduale. posftiou or
n-lh i nut; best ret Address F. 13. Ibis
avn.tl-l;. Tactical iotOK4ser. thorough
tiw irsn. pooitioo -wUh rrliaUe uobm; V)
a ' .-rx-iioswt; reasonable stages. Address
. '-. t'i s ogee. jt
'" NTiJ) By steady, industrious yeocg nun.
. . i..n .. anj Und; good drlrer. 111ANK,
J1 '"' """ It-era
k INTLTV By ysMflt. rHllhn in store or otHee"
g. " pcsuUT hsTa ."ve T Ter' i
I1""- "' ' ve. nw. jyH-t
V. ANTED By jtwng man of business, place as
"!S" V "; will leave city; itfj.
H.-4L tads efllce- jyil-Jt-era
"VASTEIs Situation to drlre carriage, delivery
w3gon.,or cans ol hones; experienced; city
rfs;,wMtr. Addrco IV-19, this cfScc.
' WAXTED-II I CYCLES.
WANTED WU1 jay J-J for bicycle, in good run
nlng mrnrr. for tf-year-o!d bor. A.M. Leuint
tlie. Vs.- lt
KCI.1 "WASTED MALE.
Aili-crtliicmciitf untie? tbta finil
will lie Innerlcil for one ccut a norJ
for encli Insertion.
WAXTKI) I.c.iable driier for licht delivery; godd
pay; permanent; other portions open; In
vestigate. ISASEMKNT, C1S.K SJ. It
WAXTUI) Two men to work in bowling alley;
4 expert waiters; good places. llASEalKXT,
016 Est. It
WANTED Today, reliable colored man as jani
tor; 2 colored, 1 white waiter. lMSKMKNT,
WANTED Two waiters for scahore; way paid;
cooks, ilL-Jiwasher-., drivers, porters bo 9.
.SHACKLKFOHD'S. 427 11th st. nw. It
WANTED A lioy as ecol:, to stay at night;
must I cspeiieneed. lft G st.' nw. It
WANTED A white lurber; guarantee. J. I).
AVKKY. 1733 Pa. aye, nw. lt
WANTED Intelligent young man about IS to
work in office and nuke himself generally
useful. Address, in own handwriting, E. 4. this
WANTKD-A colored iwy to drive. Call 1351
llth st. nw. lt
WANTED IJr liookkeepcr, experienced, Amer
ican, young man 20, situation; Al ref. II. 17.
MEN AND HOVS (or all kinds of domestic work
x-nd -tal to 1IUS. SIOUitE, JO0 (! St. nw.
WANTED Dy young man, clerical position; high-
ly recommended. Addro-s A. 2. this office. It
WANTED Collector for large installment house.
Address, with ret.. E. 1. IliU orllce. jj-27-2t
WANTED We have work for 501 strong colored
men; other places for willing workers. S1G F
WANTED A carpenter to furnish material and
reriair frame house and take in exchange a
building lot in suburts. Address A. 11. this of
WANTED Three experienced white foremen for
railroad grading; S75 month. NATIONAL
INFORMATION HUItl-Al-, U G st. It
WANTED & colored lalmrers fur new rail
road, $1.25 tier day; fare iaid. NATIONAL
INKOItMATlON Bl-BEAC, all (1 st. It
WANTED Two colored waiters; one white and
one colored stable man; tall earliv CA-
j TIONAL INKOItMATlON IHIiKAl', 911 G St. It
WANTED Men; fall engagements; we secure any
position desired or refund monev. NATIONAL
INFORMATION BITI1UU, Olt G st. It
WANTED A colored boy (Ircm 15 to 17 jears of
age) as poitcr; bring ret. Applr at once,
J. M. STEIN &' CO., Merchant Tailors, 413 llth
st nw. jy27-2t
WANTE11 IIUnOEf-S' HOTEL AGENCY. 90S 10th
st. nw., 13 waiters for mountain resort; fare
paid. ' " It
WANTED An experienced grocery and meat
clerk; .only .first-class need apply. Address
L 3. lhis,.0V-e. " It
WANTED--Tra'.'plastcrers. C. W. COOKSEY.
buildings.'. jDnivensity and Euclid place, Co
lumbia Heights. ... It
WANTED--A brlglil, -industrious white boy to
learn the grocery business and make him
self generally useful about the store. Apply to
BEE HIVE MARKET, 1219 Sth at. It-em
WANTED Married man. general utility, to take
care oi Cats and stable. TURNER G.
BROWN, 3200 llth ft. nw. jj-2C-2t
WANTED Ten experienced wall scrapers, at
once. WM. V. MAHONEY, C03 Pa. ave. se.
WANTED Recruits for the SCth and 37th In
fantry, U. S. V now on duty in the' Philip
pine Islands. Apply at 1072 32d St., West Wash
AVANTED Cood barber; steady work. 11 II st.
WANTED Young man en suburban place: must
know how to milk. Apply to Mrs. McCOR
MICK, comer Oth- and Providence sts.. Brook
WANTED Thoroughly competent man to take
charge ol machine shop for the finishing and
assembling of mirine engine; write, giving age,
experience, and salary expected; confidential. Ad
dress LOCK BOX 10J2., Philadelphia, l'a. jy22-7t
WANTED-RECRUrrS-U. S. MARINE CORI'S-Ablc-bodied.
unmarried men, between the ages
cf 21 &ad 35 years, not less than 5 feet 4 inches,
nor over 0 feet 1 inch in height Not addicted
to the use of liquor, and of good moral character.
Must be native-born or naturalised citizens of the
United Stales, or "declared Intention." Most be
able to read and write. The term of Eervice is
fo? five years, three cf which are supposed to be
served on board 'ca-gcing,, ships of war, giv
ing opportunity to visit all parts cf the world.
Tlie pay is from $13 to $11 per month, according
to rank and sersiee. For further irdormation ap
ply to commanding cfSccr, Marine Barracks,
Washington, D. C. Jy2-3rno
WANTED Stable near centre of city to accom
modate 10 or 12 horses Answer, L 2, this
WANTEIf Room and Ivoard for self, wife, and
two children, 12 and 8 years. Address B. 1,
this office. It
WANTED 1 unfurnifhed rooms, 2d floor; light
housekeeping; lent moderate. Address A. 13,
this office. lt-ern
WANTED Flat of four unfurnished rooms; rent
aliout $13; top floor excluded. Address II. 3,
this office. JySG-St
WANTED Board and room for gent, wife, end
two babies; f-outheast preferred. Address
i'. i. n.vi.i-r.1., ..id v si. tc. yrziKji
WANTED By newly-married couple, 3 unfur
nished rooms en 2d Boer; state price. Ad
dress C. 11, tlijs'ofl.ee", jy25-3t
WANTED Fifty l-iarders; meals. 2; lunch, lie:
21-ml tickfL 3.50. MA11C1II7S, comer 3d
and East Capitol, "ris. jy27-3t
WANTED MI5CELLA .EOUS.
WANTED First-class set lunchroom fixtures. Ad
dress II. 13. this oihee. it
WANTED Thirty-lior-e-iiowcr Iwiler and engine;
'.portable preferred; in good condition. Ad
dress I. c. this office. j-26-3t
WANTED Diamond, set or unset; about ol
a carat; must be cheap fcr cas-h. Addrrt-s
F. 17, this office. i25-3t
WANTED-Furniture of all kind", antique in
particular; will buy stocks of merchandise;
cash prices iiaid; drop a postal, stating wliat
js for tale, and I'll calL II. ROSENBERG, ew.
corner Sth and D sts. nw. Jy23-lf-cin
roil SALE HOUSES AND VEHICLES.
FOR SALE A good sound hor-c, liarncs., and
dayton wagon, $75. Call 455 Pa. ac. nw.
FOR SALE A gentle horse, pliacton, and hanic-;
cheap. 723 fist Capitol st. jy27-3t
FOR SALE Three old light wagons; 1 three-seat
da-ton, suitable for undertaker; cheap. 1110
D ft. s. jy27-3t
1X)R SALE-llay- joarc. Nellie; suitable for la-
dies to ride or drive; alto general business.
Rear 483 Pa. ave. jy25-6t-em
ORDERED TO SELL AT ONCE, 2 wagon', nir
rey, and buggy; nothing in reason rrfiised.
1210 Ohio ae. nw., W. F. GEVER. jy25-3t
f FOR SALE-Chaap, well-bred road mare and read
carl, in Un,t-clas nroer. TIIO.S. l.l.NNI.'Y,
Brlghlwood Drling I'ark. jj5-3t
FOR SALE Handsome lav mare. oung. sound,
sad tdnd, j. EiHiaire JAMES OGDEN. 130S
Corni. ave. jy23-3t
IX3R .S.M.E Bay hors-; cheap if tolj at once.
7S Doware ave. sw. jy25-3t
FOR SALE Small grocery waon, horse, and liar
nets. Euiuiie 1123 7th st. nw. jy2l-3t-cm
j FOR S.LE Cheap, 2 horses; suitable for de
livery wagons or tinting. STABLE, corner
Sth and I ste. inr. jr2l-3t-em
TO" )-"" V" J" fitment; fine far.,.
H 273 acres, located in P. (J. Co., Md.; is
in high state of cultivation and improved with
11-rooni dwelling, all uecrRarv niit!m!M!n.-
never-filling water; 15 miles f Washington.
I). v.. and 2Vs miles of railroad station; will
sell at a sacrifice; no reasonable offer refused.
Call or address owner. WALTWt DL'CKf-rrr. Ms
J La. are., Washington, I). C. jJ-G-tt
FIRST-CI-4SS TABLE BOARD, at 1733 (J it.
Jiw.. $5 per week In advance; diuner from fl
to 7 p. m.: lunrhes nut up for business men.
MISS A1ARIE S. BARNES Jy21-7t
FOR IlENT ItOO;i5.
FOR RENT 324"T2thst. nw.. 2d-story front
room; no objection to lnuincss- or house
keeping; clieap by week or month. - jy27-3t
FOR RENT Lovely room, 2d floor,"$C; .near 71
st. G30 I st. nw. ' jj-27-St
FOR RENT For light housekceplnjfi front and
back rooms, furnished complete, ;15- 421 Gth
st. nw. , ; jy27-3t
FOR RENT Large, weU-iurnMicd, newly-pipered
and painted rooms southern exposure; bath
adjoining. 512 E st. nw. jy27-5t-eod
FOR RENT 923 12th st, furnished rooms; first
and third doors; three windows; summer
WANTED Three or four furnished rooms for
Hht housekeeping; 1 have my own table
ware, cooking utensils, towe!. etc.; state price
"and lurticu.ars. Addirss U. IS, this orficc.
FOR RENT Furnished room, with lioard for
two; near ISth and K sts. nw.; on 2d floor;
it parties arc permanent, ?35. Address C. 1, this
FOR RENT Furnished front hall room, $1 month.
714 K sL nw. jy20-3t
I'OR RENT 1120 13th st. nw., furnished, cool
front room, cheap to gentlemen. Jy20-3t
FOR RENT Two rooms, $4 and fO; also rooms
for light housekeeping. 1137 Oth St. nw.
FOR RENT Neatly furnished second-story room,
to gentlemen, with bath, hot and cold water,
etc., place for wheel, home comforts, c month,
in adwncc. 1213 6th St. nw. jy20-3t
FOR RENT Pretty, cool rooms; use ol piano;
fS to ?25. 721 12th St. nw jy2--3t-cm
I'OR RENT 1 large furnished room, with bath
and gas, Sl.SO per week. 453 N. Y. ate. nw.
FOR RENT 1207 G st. nw., south front rooms;
nicely furnished. jy25-7t-em
FOR RENT 3 rooms. 2d floor; furnished or un
furnished; light housekeeping. .37 E st. nw.
FOR RENT 5 furnished rooms, at 1117 T St.,
for light housekeeping or otherwise.
FOR RENT For light housekeeping, 2 or 3
nicely furnished rooms; $12 and $10: refs.
1035 New Jersey ave. nw. jy25-3t-cm
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING-One or more large fur
cished rooms, low price- 207 G nw. jy25-3t
FOR RENT Large, uell-furnishcd room on par
lor floor, with use ol parlor; al-o room on
2d floor, adjoining bath; rent reasonable. S15
5th sL nw. jj25-3t
I'OR RENT Two rooms for light housekeeping;
$5 ur month. 215 nth st, ne. jy25-3t
FOR RENT 1012 E st. nw., daintily-furnished
rooms; modern; no children. jy25-3t
FOR RENT Three and five-room flats, with bath,
a. m. I., large jards; 2020 K St. nw.; ref.
required; rent, SO, $10, and 515. Jy25-3t
FOR RENT Nicely-furnished and unfurnished
rooms; moderate. 407 G St. nw. jy25-3t
FOR RENT Two rooms, furnished complete tor
light housekeeping, $12. 421 0th st, nw.
FOR RENT Elegantly-furnished flat, 3 rooms;
modern conveniences; cool, centrally located;
with gas for cooking; $17. 433 II st, nw.
FOR RENT Second and third floors, lumidicd
and unfurnished rooms, single or en suite.
C20 5th st, nw. jj-25-0t
FOR RENT Three communicating furnished or
unfurnished rooms; single or en suite; bath
same floor. 1205 M st. nw. jy25-3t
FOR RENT 2d-story front and adjoining room;
furnished or unfurnished; rooms for gentle
men. ?3 and r7. 710 Sth st. nw. jj24-3t-em
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; $5 to $7 per
-iiuuiii. iui i bi. nw. jt-i-ein.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms; 1312 Q st.
nw.; excellent location. Jy24-3t-em
FOR RENT Large furnished room, suitable for
2 men; $7 per month. 301 2d st. nw.
FOR RENT 2 large, communicating 2d-floor
front rocms; reasonable; over drug store.
lath st, and Pa. ave. jy2l-3t-em
""OR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, with or
without board; convenient location; house
newly papered and painted throughout; private
family. 411 Cth st. nw. apG-tf-em
FOR TtEXT LWFUrtMSHED TtOOMS.
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms, $S.50. 1723
Pa. ave. nw. jy27-3t
FOR RENT Two large, airy rooms on 3d floor;'
bath; gas for cooking; $$; to adults. 1015
20th st, nw. j)27-3t
FOR RENT Three communicating rooms, third
floor; water on same floor; ?7. SOO Rhode
Island are. nw. jy27-3t
FOR RENT 1520 llth st. nw., flats of 5 rooms,
unfurnished, with hath, $20. jy27-3t
FOjl RENT Unfurnished rooms for light liou.--e-keeping;
bath on same floor. 923 91h st,
FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rocms; 2d floor: m.
I. 155 F St. ne, jy26-3t-em
FOR IlENT 3 unfurnished rocms; ladies only.
410 E. Cap. st. Jy2-3t-em
I'OR RENT 1120 13th st. nw.; 3 unfurnished 2d
floor rooms; light housekeeping; cheap.
FOR RENT Second floor, 4 rooms and bath;
unfurnished; cool and splendid location.
047 Mass. ave. nw. jy2G-3t
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished communicating rooms
with bath, j. 57 Myrtle st. ne. Jy2J-3t-im
I'OR RENTUnfurnishcd, nice large rooms, on
2d and 3d floors, for housekeeping; heat and
gas; every comcnicnce; rooms in good condi
tion;wi!lJet cheap. lfXH I st, nw. jy25-3t-em
FOR RENT Three nice unfurnished rooms, gas
and bath, ?12. 500 Mass. ave. nw. jy25-3t
FOR RENT Four newly-papered unfurnished
looms and bath. 2d floor; light housekeep
Ing. 415 2d st. ne. jy25-3t
TOR RENT Three large unfurnished communi
cating rooms, 3rd floor. 120 E st. nw.
FOR RENT-SIS O st., corner Oth nw., 2 or 4
front unfurnished rooms and bath; rent low.
TOR RENT Unfurnished rooms. 707 I sL nw.
HOOMS .WD IIOAIID.
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished rooms, sin
gle or en suite, wilh board. Corner 3d and
East Capitol sts. Jy27-3t
ROOM AND BOARD, fl3 month. Call at store,
00 Pierce st. nw. jy27-3t
FOR RENT Nice, pleasant south room, $5; with
board. US. 1303 F st. ne. jy2G-3t
ROOMS AND BOARD-S03 K st, nw.; newly fur
nished rooms, with good board; opposite Mt.
Vernon Park. jy25-3t-em
FOR RENT Nicely-furnished rooms, with board;
lest in city; moderate rates. 310 C st. nw.
ROOMS AND BOAHD-Firtt-class; terms mod
erate. 211 1st 6t. nw. jy24-7t-em
THE OENOA-S00-S 12TI1 ST. SW. iiou can keep
cool while partaking of those delicious meals
at the Genoa; only fl week; largest dining-room
in Washington; kept nice and cool by large elec
tric fans; lieautiful rooms with electric lights
and priralc bathr scry central and convcniuit
to all street tar lines; reasonable rates to trans
ients; 'phone, 12S7. P. H. MOORE, Prop.
Pl'lti: ICF. CREAM AND ICES; plain. $1 per
gallon; COc half gallon; largo tariety of
flavors; indhidual bricks a specialty; mail or
ders solicited. ROSENFELIVS CONFECTIONERY
S12 II st. r.e. " jy27-3t '
WELL DIGGER, pump maker, and flrst-cla-a
cistern builder. CIIAS. M. DORSEY k
1IRO.. 2710 S st. nw. jy26-3t-f m
lAI'EST first-class carpenter; expert jobbing.
MACKEN. 1213 New- York are, nw. Jj-25-ot-em
SIRS. ROSS, formerly of 610 Oth st. nw., 1210
G St.; skirt patterns stamped from 2 to" 4
Inches, only 10c. jy2l-3t-cm
SECRET DETECTIVE WORK rendered in all its
branches; best of ref. Address D. 13, this of
YOUR ROOK PAINTED FREE-As an advertise
ment, we have decided to paint 25 more
roofs free cf charge; roofs must be le-s than SO
sq. -We have the stock, show us the roofs."
World's Fair award and a written guarantee goes
with our paint. l"urther information, uron
Ktal to ASPHALT RUBBER l'AINT CO.. 217
4'.4 st. nw. j-21-7t
FOR SALE Best dog cakes, flea soap, ami niedi.
cines; send for free pamphlets cai-tlia- dog
SCHMHVS BIRD STORE. 712 I2lh st. nw.wjyi;i-u
Sr-ECUL LESSONS for Census. lilSSl BALCII'S
CIVIL SERVICE INSTITUTE, 1311 .Jlth st.
CAPITAL CLOCK REPAIRING CO., llll-rih st,
nw.; any ordinary clock cleaned,- Sue; satis
faction guaranteed: fend postal; will1 call1 Jor
and deliver Iree to any part ol District.
Fort sale ou nnxT-nocsES.
THOS. E. WAGGAMAN,
Ileal Estate Broker ana Auctioneer.
917 F Strct-t N. W.
1S42 13th st,. b. h.. Sr.. ba.h; a m i $.1
LaS"!?',1 Court' b- " 2 """cs. 4r 1.000
20 MeCuIIough St., b. h.. Cr 900
50 II St., b. Il, sr.j lot 21x175 1.oflcr wanted
TOR SALE NORTHEAST.
-21 iilh " br"'k' 10r- b" cd a . m. 1...003
.20 cth st,. bnek. fr. bath and a. ra. I.... 4.50Q
329 jnd 331 7tb. 7r.; a. m. L.(Each) 3.5D0
"I I t., frame, I stories. Sr 1.503
fi?.'.', J' "' ,,ri' 1,r- bh- s. m. t....$7.0TI
iSS4,? "- b- h- S"1-. ". L, lot 10x75 fu. 3.C01
333 L st., brick, stoie & dwellmg, 2 stories.. 3.U00
151 and 153 . jt., b. hs., 6r. (both) 1.50J
SI4 to SIS C St., 0-r., balh," a. m. 1. (all)..3.001
220 to 222 1314 st., frames, 5 rooms (both).. 0.000
403 to 410 S. Cap., frames, J-r. (both) 4,001
1000 Cth St., f. h., 4-r., lot 11x115 It LIKM
410 1st St., frame; lot 24.CX15S ft 1.50J
1230 3d st., frame, 4-r., lot, 30x123 ft 1.5W
Mass. ave.. bcL 1st and 2d, 20x75 It
u c, tier, iv and L, 20x90 It
II St., bet. 4th and Oth, 20x100 It
Mass. are., bet. 1st and 2d. 20x85 It
Mass. ave., bet. 3d and 4th. 20x75 It
12th St., bet. A and B, 20x00 It
Pennsylvania eve., bet.- Cth and 7th
Sth St., bet. E. Capltoband A. 25x125 ft...
Pennsylvania are., bet. 12th and 13th....
. Sq. tt,
920 21th st., 0 rooms $12X0
001 and 503 Sheridan St., G rooms 10 50
343 22d st,, 0 rooms....; 10 50
930 Baptist alley, 4 rooms : 10 30
028 Baptist alley, 4 rooms 10 30
2150 D st., 0 rooms , 1030
1737 E .st., 0 rooms... 10 00
1713 K St., 0 rooms 10 01
1735 E st, 0 rooms 10 00
1733 E st., 0 rooms 10 00
1st floor, 300 Por'neroy t 3 rooms 0 00
1332 Kristoe court, 4 rooms 9 00
1712 Rrainard St., 4 rooms 9 0)
2204 0th St., 4 rooms 8 30
2200 Oth St.. 4 rooms 8 30
Rear 1123 20th st., 4 rooms 8 30
1207 Blagden's alley, 6 rooms 6 30
1313 Cedar court, 4 rooms S 30
100 Recies St.. 5 rooms 830
1035 and 1037 Crescent St., 5 rooms SOO
Call for semi-monthly Bulletin.
FOR IlEST FLAT3.
FOR RENT Flat ot 3 or 4 rooms; hot and cold
water and bath. Apply 1110 G St. nw.
FOR RENT The cheapest 4-room andTialh flat
in the city: good "condition; No. Oil L st.
nw.; 813.30, B. F. SAUL, 7th and L sts. nw.
FOR IlEXT HOUSES.
FOR RENT $40, a first-claw location for a drug
store or other business; store with 2 floors,
7 rooms and bath; all newly painted and pa
pered. 709 Sth st. EC. in front ol the Marine
FOR RENT 112 CM St. sw., 5-room frame house;
only $11.30 to small white family. jj-20-St-em
FOR RENT 120 E st. ne., 8 rooms; modern im-
pruvejnents; newly papered; key, 230 2d st,
FOR RENT 12-room brick, 205 A St. se., two
doors from Congressional Library; reduced to
$40.50; key at 203. CAYWOOD li CARRETT,
corner N. Y. ave. and 13th st. jy25-3t
FOrt SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE Best bargain in Washington; 6tore
and dwelling on 7th St. se.; lot 17x100, to
alley: stable; rented at $150 per year; price re
duced from $2,500 to $1,700 if sold at once.
C. BOYER i SON. 211 7th St. sw. jy25-3t
FOR SALE Installment plan; stop paying rent
and buy a house for Betty and the baby.
ABRAHAM riSHER, 512 K st, nw. jy23-5t
Van SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Well-made tsnall-s-izcd square piano:
will sell very cheap. Address F. 1, this of
fice. ! Jy27-3t
TOR SALE 2 captains' iinifcfrms; Infantry; tap,
bclt,( military trunk; new; any price. G. 13,
this office. j jv20-3t-em
FOR SALE Breeeh-ldading" shotgun; 12 gauge;
running skiff and -row boat; very cheap.
Call 911 Sth st. nw. It-em
FOR SALE Manure, at 1212 Ohio ave. jy2G-5t
FOR SALE Handsome sideboard; cost $2$; sell
for 312. Address iL 7, ,this office. jy20-3t
FOR SALE Beautiful mile mastiff dog, fourteen
months old; reason f.rr selling, going to leave
city; can be seen at 4025 Sth St. extended, or
address J. B. S Brigldwood P. O. jy2J-3t-em
OILCLOTH for table, il'cyard; black oilcloth,
suitable for covering wagons, etc., 15c and
23c yard; oilcloth for the floor, 20c and 25c
square yard; laid free. KLEBLATT'S. llth and II
sts. ne. jj-25-tf
FOR SALE A new watchmaker's working bench,
latest polishing lathes, showcases, tables,
stools; also watch glasses 'and materials cheap;
retiring from business. WO llth st. nw. jy25-3t
FOR SALE Light working harness, in good con
dition. 130 K st. ne. jj-25-St
FOR SALE Folding bed, almost new. 130 K
St. ne. Jy25-3t
FOR SALE A National cash register. Apply
345 l'a. ave. nw. jy2I-3t-em
FOR SALE 2 tent3, in position, near Chain
Bridge. P. 17, this efface. jy2I-3t-em
FOR SALE On account of leaving the city I
will sell my new Domestic sewing machine,
liought this spring, at a great sacrifice, to realize
the cash money. Address F. 11, this office.
FOR SALE Bed lounge,- mantel mirror, walnut
sets, and other useful furniture, 133S II 'st.
FOR SALE Good quality opaque shades, fitted to
jour windows, only 25c; the lest quality
oil opaque ihade. 50 cents; hung free; will call
with samples. KLEEBLATT'S, llth and II sts.
FOR SALE $2.93 for 0-f.iot extension t-.blc; $i50
lor lounge; $5 for cook and gasoline stoves
and refrigerators. $2.50; parlor and liedroom suite,
$1 per week, cash or credit. REDMOND, 313 7th
St. nw. ap20-tf
FOH SALE TJICYCLES.
FOR SALE Man's wheel, fine condition, cheap.
Apply in basement of jeweler, 7th and D sts.
FOR SALE Ladies' bicycle; perfect condition;
tery cheap. 433 V. Y. ave. nw. jy25-3t-em
FOR SALE Gent's Niagara, in perfect condition;
a bargain; $15 cash. Call after 5 p. m., 20
N. Y. ave. nw. jy25-3t
FOR SALE SUIIUHIIAN.
FOR SALE Large building lots, $3 down; Iui-anc-c
$1 per week; no interest and no tuxes
until paid lor; or will sell for $90 each cash;
on electric railway; fare. 4! cents to city; 8
minutes' ride; also acreage and small improved
farms Jor sale. J. E. CLEMENTS, 1321 K st. nw.
FOR SALE Near Chevy Cliase 1-afcc, a beauti
ful farm of 20 acres,, 7-room house, turn, and
(table; pood land; nice siew and shade; only
$0,000. II. W. WALKER & SON. 1000 F St.
FOR SALE This week $430 will buy stock, fixt
ures, end growing crops; rent cheap; land,
15 acres; C-room hnuer 5 minutes of n-'. corner
!. C. line and Columbia R. 11. Addre. IL 19,
this othce. jy24-3t-em
FOR SALE Twenty acres land. Livingston Road;
mile south of Congress Heights. W. IL
HUNGERFORD. Anacostla, 1). C. Jy21-7t
I'OR IlENT STOHE AND CELLAH.
FOR RENT Store, 2 toomi. 1st floor and cellar.
2034 7th st, nw. :.. jy21-7t-em
FOR HENT-Large rtbV ind cellar: 3020 llth
St.; only $27.52 per rnonth. W. P. MET-
u.si.r. iiiu u st. -"
FTJlt SALE I1U1nsS I'llOl'EIlTY.
FOR SALE OR RENTi?A' Alnable business prop
erty. suitable for u" nrst-cbss steam bak
ery, with 2 medern bake iftens; located on cor
ner 19th and E, and X. .Y. ae. nnv For terms
and.information, applyi i IJRKD O- GIICSKKING,
Real llstate and Iiieumhs, 014 F st, nw.
JERSEY COTTAGE. Colonial Beach; rates, from
S5 to $7 per week. Enquire 1329 llth st. nw.
jj27-3t I '
TLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS for buildings
drawn-at moderate rates. FRANK W. HART,
Architect, iSttl-K st. nw. Jy27-3t
FOR SALLT Confectionery and Ice cream store;
cheap.;. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS:
1000 F st. jy27-3t
FOR SALErCigar store; must be sold this week;
no reasonable offer refused; snap. 515 12th
st; ' jy27-3t
FOR SAIJi-Grocery, meat, and provision store.
3S00 7th St. nw. jy27-7t
FOR SALE Saloon, with small licensed hotel
attached; low rent; fair bneines; cheap it
sold soon. Address H. II, this office. jy27-St
FOR SALE $100 will buy confectionery store,
with ice cream parlor, soda water fountain,
cigars, and tobacco;- doing good business; must
lease city by Monday; call at once. C 19,
this office. It-cm
FOR SALE Grocery and confectionery, cheap lor
tasu, vner leaving city. &1U t; St. nw.
WANTED Partner in pa) ing grocery business;
ona who understands meats preferred. Ad
dress A. 5, this otHce. jv25-3t
TRADE $1,000 in equity in my house for some
good business. NEW YORK BUSINESS
BROKERS, 100.3 F St. jy20-3t
lOR SALE My grocery store, stock, and fixtures.
at bargain,!! sold this week. Comer 4th and
H sts. nw. jy2S-3t
FOR SALE Drug store, at less than one-half
actual cast; good stand; owner retiring. Ad
dress C. 10. this office. jy20-3t
FOR SALE Grocery stock and fixtures, cheap.
Call at once, corner 2d and C sts. sw. Jy28-3t
WANTED To buy saloon; name location. Ad
dress A. 12, this office. jy26-3t
FOR SALE Cigar and confectionery store; 310
4H st. sw.; no reasonable offer refused,
FOR SALE Down town cigar store, at busy cor
ner; only-, those with $1,200 cash need an
swer. Address 1.' 12, this office. jy23-3t-cm
$300 buis half , interest in business averaging
monthly over $200. Address F. 7. this office.
FOR SALE-Cigar store, $03. Oth St. and JId.
arc, sw. ' - jy25-3t
WANTED Partner in legitimate business scheme
with $90; big money to right man; also one
in good paying, lucrative business, with $750.
Auuress li. 3, tins OtHce. jy25-3t
FOR SALE $110 buys a well-stocked grocery, ci
gar, and confectionery store; cheap rent.
Fnniae All. nn.l I, ., n- n.
"- w. miu j. BIS. HW. IX l-l
A ANTED To lease dining-room to caterer; 25
boarders in house. Address IL 10, this of-
FOR SALE Several exceptional bargains In
grocery stores; also good dining-room snap.
DUNLAP. 900 F St. jy2l-3t-em
FOR SALE-Cigar store at sacrifice: fine stand;
elegant fixtures; fresh stock; hurry. DUN
LAP. 900 F sL jy2l-3t.cm
SIGN engraving, brass, etc., ?2 upwards.
r.rnr.-. mt k sr, nw. lyl-izt
Should be read dally, as changes may occur at
FOREIGN JIAILS arc forwarded to the ports of
sailing dally, and the schedule oi closings Is ar
ranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted
ovcland transit. For the week ending July 29,
the last connecting closes will be made from
this office as follows;
FRIDAY-(b) At 7:15 p. m. for EUROPE, per
s. a. Lucanla, from New York via (Queens
town. Letters for FRANCE. SWITZERLAND.
ITALY. SPAIN. PORTUGAL, TURKEY,
EGYIT, AND BRITISH INDIA must be di
rected "Per Lucanla."
(b) At 7:15 p. m. for FRANCE. SWITZER
LAND, ITALY, SPAIN. PORTUGAL. TUR
KEY, EGYPT, AND BRITISH INDIA, per s.
a. La .Caseognc, horn New York via Havre.
Letters for other part3 ol EUROPE must be
directed "Per La Gascogne."
(c) At 11:03 p. ra. lor NETHERLANDS di
rect, per s. s. Statendam, from New York
via Rotterdam. Letters must be directed
Cc) At 11:03 p. m. for SCOTLAND direct,
per s. s. Ethiopia, from New York. Let
ters must be directed "Per Ethiopia."
PRINTED MATTER, ETC. German steamers
sailing from New York on Tuesdays take printed
matter, etc, for GERMANY, and specially ad
dressed printed matter, etc., for other part of
American and White Star steamers sailing from
New York on Wednesdays: German steamers from
New York on Thursdays, and Cunard, French and
German steamers from New York on Saturdays
take printed matter, etc., for all countries for
which they are advertised to carry mails.
Mniln for Suntlt nml Centrul Amcr.
Irn, West Indie, Etc.
THURSDAY (b) At 2:30 p. m. for JAMAICA.
' per steamer from Boston.
(b) At 0:05 p. m. for NEWFOUNDLAND,
per s. s. Corcan, from Philadelphia.
(c) At 11:05 p. m. for CURACAO AND
VENEZUELA, per s. s. Salamanca, from
New York. Letters for SAVANILLA AND
CARTIIAGENA. via Curacao, must be di
rected "Per Salamanca."
FRIDAY (c) At 11:05 p. m. for NEWFOUND
LAND direct, per s. s. Silvia, from New
(c) At 11:05 p. m. for FORTUNE ISL
AND, JAMAICA, SAVANILLA AND CAR
TIIAGENA, per s. s. Alleghany, from New
York. Letters for COSTA RICA must be
directed "Per Alleghany."
(c) At 11:05 p. ei. for HAITI AND SAN
TA MARTHA, per 5. 8. Alps, from New York.
Mails for NEWFOUNDLAND, by rail to North
Sydney and thence via steamer, cIosa here daily
except Sunday at 12 m,, and on Sundays only at
11:30 a. m. (d)
Mails for MIQUF.LON, by rail to Boston and
thence via steamer, close here daily at 3:15
p. m. (a)
Mails for MEXICO overland close here daily
at 7:10 a. ra. (d)
CUBA JIAILS doc here via Port Tampa. Fla.,
Sundays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays
at 3 p. m. (f)
Via Miami, Fla., Mondays, Tuesdavs, and Sat
urdays at 10:30 a. m. (f)
Mails for COSTA RICA. BELIZE. PUERTO
CORTEZ AND GUATEMALA, by rail to New
Orleans and thence via steamer, close here daily
at 10 p. m., the connecting closes for which
being Sundays and Tuesdays for COSTA RICA,
and Mondays for BELIZE, PUERTO CORTEZ,
AND GUATEMALA, (e)
Mails for AUSTRALIA (except those for West
Australia, whhh arc forwarded ia Europe). NEW
ZEALVND, HAWAII. FIJI AND SAMOAN ISL
ANDS, per s. s. Moana, from San Francisco, close
here daily at 0:35 p. m. up to August 4. (d)
Mails for HAWAII, per a. s. Australia, from
San Francico, cloo here dally at 0:33 p. m.
up to August IS. (d)
Mails lor AUSTRALIA (except West Australia).
HAWAII AND FIJI ISLANDS, per s. s. Mio
wcra, from Vancouver, close here daily at 033
p. m. alter August 4 and up to August 18. (d)
Mail lor CHINA AND JAPAN, per s. s. Vic
toria, from Taeoma. close here daily at 0:33 p.
m. up to August 31. (d)
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS (commercial mall) des
patched the same as that for CHINA AND J V
PAN. PHILIPPINE ISLANDS (military mail) des
patched to Sau Francisco at all closes for that
office, to connect Government transports, the
sailings of which are irregular.
(a) Registered mails close at 10:00 a. ra, sumo
(b) Registered mails close at 1:00 p. nt. same
(c) Registered mails close at 0:00 p. m. sam
(d) Registered malls close at 0:00 p. m. pre
(f) Registered mails close at 1:09 p. m. pre
JOHN A. MERRITT. Postmaster.
LOST Poeketbook, money, and car ticket, be
tween Pa. ae. and B st. nw. Reward, 201
It st. se. lt
LOST Pair gold bowed spectacles, case marked
Claflln, teener llth and N. Y. ae. nw.; 5
o'rlock, July 25. Reward if returned to 1213
M tt. ne. It-em
LOST One small white fox terrier, gyp, with
puis. A liberal reward will be paid for her
return td C31 11 st. nw.; the puiis want lier.
LOST $10 reward: small fox terrier pup; round
brown sjiot on back; short tall, and spots on
bead;, tag in collar. Return to GORDON HOTEL.
LOST July 23, between 10 and 11 o'clock, on
llth tt. car or at the corner of llth and U
sts., a pockctbook, containing a small amount
of money, valuable papers, and other articles.
Liberal reward If returned to 13IS Fla. ave.
LOST One diamond earring. Finder will receive
liberal reward by returning it to 223 Pa.
ave. se.' v jy2l-7t
FOUND Ice cream, pure and delicious, 70c per
gallon. LACEY CREAMERY CO., 007 N. Y.
ave nw. 'Phone, 2031. je27-tf
STORAGE, 73 cents per load. UNITED STAT1S
STORAGE CO., 420 10th st. nw. Jy25-3t
Mount Vernon Railway
From Station, Pa. Are. and 1JH St.
In effect May 1, 1S9S.
Alexandria, week days too, 7:04. if JL
!;?? S-SS. 8:55. 9:2J. io:oo, ii:oo. 11:45 . m..
Jlf:05. Uo. ISO, xl:20. 1:48. 1:00. -xiaS.
2 10, jJ:M. 3:25. x3:59. X4U5, 4:50, 5:03. xi:23.
J.4C. x6:04. 0:30. 7:08, 7:33, :C0. 0:00. 10:00,
11:20. 11:59 p. m.
Sundays-7:5. 0:00, 9lZ. 10JO. 11:15 - "
;:;? ?2?- U:i3- ,:M. :". :. 8:4S- !S0'
is!; 8:00' C:l5- 7:S4. 8:". C :00- U:M'
11 :S0 p. m.
i. " vc week days-:. 8:00. xt0:C0.
llroo a. m.. xl2:05. xl:20. x2:00, xl:00. x3:.
:po. 0:00 p. m. '
Sundajs-o-oo , . .n nooB taj, 8:15.
0:45. 0:00 p. rn.
For Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge, week days
'T! r3:S- . 3:3. 10:00. 11:00. il2:5.
J'Jj2". 1:00. al:45. 1:00. 12:40. tS:00. 3:25. a:15.
5:05. i5:20. 8:04. 6:30. 7:08, 8:00 p. m.
Sundays 7:45. 0:00, 9:43. 10:30. 11:15 S. m..
12:00 noon. 12:15. 1:30. 2:15. 3:00. 3:43. 4:30.
3:15. 0:00. 0:45. 7:30. 8:13 p. in.
Parcels carried on all trains. Baggage cheeked.
xEipress. To St, Asaph only. sTo Arlinjton
cly. J. COLYIN, 8uperlntndnt.
G. E. ABBOT. President. mjl-tl
Norfolk & Washington
Every day In the year lor Fortress Mcnroe.
Norfolk, Newport News and all points south
- by the superb, powerful steel palace steara-
ers "Newpoit News." "Norfolk" and
"Washington" on the following schedule:
J-T. Waahlngton.00 pm Lv. Portsmouth-SlM pro
Lt. Alexandrla..7:00 pm Lt. Norfolk 5:45 pm
Ar. Ft- Monroe.7:30 am Lt. FL Monroe. 0 :43 pra
Ar. Norfolk S:00ara Ar. AIexudria..0:S0 am
Af- Portsmouth.S:15 am Ar. Washuigton.7:00 am
Tickets en sale at 817 Pcnn, ave.. B. and
- O. ticket ofBce. trl9 Penn. are., and corner
15th st. and tf. Y. are., a ft O. ticket ol-
Ices, at 513 Penn. ave.. and COO llth at.;
8. A L. Ticket Office. 1131 X. Y. tve and
C" board steamers.
- For lunher information apply st gen-
era! offices, 7th st. wharf. Wash. D. C.
- Phone 750.
co28-t( JOHN CALLAHAN. Crneral Manager.
"Ericsson Una Excursions."
ATTRACTIVE WATER ROUTE FROM
, , BALTIMORE.
To Philadelphia (day boat) every day (ex
cept Sunday) at 7:30 a. m. $LW
To PMIad.Inhie (night steamers) -03
To Philadelphia and return by rail $3.00
so Capi May (from Philadelphia by raIl)..-.3-23
To Cape May and return (ten" days) $1-00
To Cape May and return (season).-. ?-23
To Atlantic City (from Pblbdt:(ibl.bj: rail).$2-75
To Atlantic City and retut (ten j!a)S) ?3.7S
To Atlantic City and return (season) LO0
To Asbury Park. Ocean Grovei Lon; Brauch.$L00
To Asbury Park, Ocean Crore IJng Branch
and return, season (from Philadelphia by
rail) ..;...... 5S-00
To New York (from Philadelphia by ralt)....W-00
v-H'' Torlt tai "taTn (eleven days) ?-M
Night steamers (ejeept Surdays) from wharf.
Light and Pratt Streets, at 5 p. m. Write for de
scriptive pamphlet and fishing grounds at Better
ton. Tickets for sale at OFFICE ONLY. Also
tickets for Chester. Pa.. Newcastle. DeL, Albany,
Troy, Saratoga Springs, Newport, R, I.; Fall
River, Boston, New Haven. Bridgeport, Conn.;
Portland. Me., and points north. Tickets to
Philadelphia on sale in Washington it B. i
O. Ticket 01B;e, Pennsylvania. Avenue and B.
CLARENCE SURIVER, Agent, 204 Light st,.
TAST EXPRESS SERVICE.
NEW YORE SOUTHAMPTON LONDON.
CALLLNG. WEST-BOUND, AT CHERBOURG.
Sailing Yi eencsdays at 10 a. to.
New York August 2
St Louis August 30
St. Paul....S?pteciber 0
New YorkScptember 13
St. Louis. September 20
St. Louis .August 0
St, Paul August 10
New York.. ..August 23
RED STAR Z.HN3.
NEW YORK ANTWERP-PARIS.
Every Wednesday at 12 coon.
Southwark... August 2 ; Kensington. ..August IS
Westernland. ..August 9 I Koordland.. ..August 23
'These steamers carry only cabin and tblrd-dasj
passengers, at low rates.
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY.
Piers 14 and 15, N. R. Office, 73 Broadway. N. T.
Philadelphia Office. S05-S07 Walnut St.
WASHINGTON OFFICE 1300 F ST. Jf. W
Or W. C. MOSS. Agent. 021 Pa. Ave.
C. G. SLOAN k CO., Auctioneers.
SALE OF COLLATERAL SECURITIES.
By virtue of the powers conferred by the
pledge of the securities hereinafter set forth.-and
by order of the holder ol the draft for $300, and
the note for 52,500, of the Kellogg Weldlcss Tube
Company, to recure which said securities were
pledged, we will, on JULY 31, 1S99, AT
10 O'CLOCK A. M.. at our auction rooms. No.
1107 G Street, northw.st, Washington, D. C,
offer for sale the thirty-seven thousand dollars
(37,000) in bonds of the Kellogg Seamless Tube
and Manufacturing Company, and the following
judgments against the Kellogg Seamless Tube
and Manufacturing Company: Two. numbered
9590 and 9009, In favor of the American Na
tional Bank, of Findlay, Ohio; one. ' numliercd
10,397, in favor ol L. C. Chase & Co., and one,
numbered ll.COl, in favor of Parker C. Han
cock et al., pledged to secure payment of said
draft and note.
At the same time and place we will offer for
sale all other judgments assigned to II. F.
Burkett by John It. Bothnell. on the docket of
the Court of Common Pleas of Hancock county,
Ohio, or any other court, which were also
pledged tb secure said draft and note.
All persons interested will please take notice.
C. G. SLOAN k. .CO., .Auctioneers.
GIBSON k SONS, house painters, paper hangers.
1701 G st. nw. jy20-3t-em
PAPERHANGING AND PAINTING-Kooms pa
pered, ?1.75 up; latest designs; finest work.
HUNT, 407 G St. nw jy2C-7t
WE'LL SEE THAT YOU arc perfectly satisfied
with our work and our prices, whether we
paper your rooms or do all your Painting. We'll
please you so well tliat we'll always do your
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S10 9th St. NO BRANCH. jy20-tf
WALL PAPER Rooms papered, J1.73 up. HOB
SON. 1012 E nw. jylS-Ilt-em
BOOMS PAPERED, S1.75 up; our work will
please the most fastidious; first-class paint
ing at lowest prices. RICHARD S. RYNEX.
5th and H sts. ne. JylO-lmo-em
ESTATE OF ELLEN McFADDEN, DECEASED.
No. 6300. Docket 24.
Richard T. Morsel!, executor, lias, with the ap
proval ol the Supreme Court of the Di-trict of
Columbia, holding a special term for Orphans'
Court business-, appointed FRIDAY. AUGUST 13.
lalO, at 10 O'CLOCK A. 3L, as tin' lime, aud
said court as the plaie, for nuking patnient and
di-aribution under the eourtV direction ami -.n-trol;
when and where al! creditors and p.rsons
entitled to distributive shares or hgacics or a
residue are notitled to attend in pcrsun or by
agent or attorney duly authonz.d. w.th their
claims against the estate properly touched:
Prowdtd, this order be published once in each
of three Micctsive weeks before -aid iiiy in the
"Washington Ilw Reporter" and The Tunes.
Signed July 19, 1SU9.
51. J. GRIFFITH.
Acting Register ot Wills.
Approved: A. C. BRADLEY, Justice.
Lee White Sulphur Springs
I'icturcscniely located in the Shenandoah Moun
tains. CliKate cool, dry, invigorating; water the
purest white sulphur in the Virginias. Excellent
table. Hot and cold sulphur baths. Fine riding
ami driving. Amusements. For circulars and
J. P. IIORBACH, Matliias, Hardy Co., W. Va.
PINEY POINT HO-TEL,
Open Jliue 2 Si, '!)U.
Weems line of steamers leaves Stephenson's
wharf Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursdar, at 4
o'clock p. m., foot of 7th St., Washington, Steam
er Arrowsmith leaves her wharf Monday and
Wednesday at 3 o'clock p. m., also on Saturday
at 0 o'clock p. m., returning to Washington
Sunday evening by. 10 p. m. Weems line cf
steamers leaves Baltimore on Tuesday. Thursday,
and Saturday at 5 o'clock p. nu, stopping at the
hotel. Cood trip for parties wishing to spend a
day for salt water bath near Chesapeake Bay.
jc28-lnio-em WAS1L B. WILLIAMS, Prof.
STATION CORNER SIXTH AND B STS.
7:33 A. JL WEEK DAYS. PITTSBURG EX
PRESS Parlor and Dining Cars Ilarrbburg ta
10:50 A. If. PENNSYLVANIA LlMITED-PuH-roan
Sleeping. Dining. Smoking, and Observa
tion Cars llarrisburg to Chicago, Cincinnati,
Indianapolis. St. Louis, Cleveland, and Toledo.
Buffet Parlor Car to Harisbng.
1050 A. M. FAST LINB-Pullman Buffet Parlor
Car to Harrisburc. Buffet Parlor Car-Harris-burg
3:?iJ!i ' C,",CA AND ST. LOU13 EX.
1 HESS-Sleepin Car Washington to St. Louis,
and Sleeping and Dining Cars Harrbburg tj
Indianapolis, St. Louis, Nashville (.via Cincin
nati), and Ch'cago.
7:20 P.M. WESTERN EXTRESS-Pullman Sleep
i"BJ?.r' t0 r"burg and Chicago. Dining Cac
7:20 p. Ji. SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS Pull
man Sleeping Cars Washington to Pittsburg
and Ilarrisburg to St. Louis. Cleveland, and
Uncinnati. Dining Car. Connects for Louis
ville via Cincinnati.
10:40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS-IMIIman Sleep
ing Car to Pittsburg.
7:53 A. M. For Kane. Canandalgua. Rochester.,
and Niagara Fills, daily, except Sunday.
10:50 A. II. For Elmlra and Itenovo, dally, ex
cept Sunday. For Williamsport, daily. 3:3d.
7:20 P. JL For Williamsport. Rochester. Erie.
TTsv4ira.tA ..! -ft . ftt.lt -.
uuiw. aiiu .tuara rails, cmiy, except Sat
urday, with Sleeping Car Washington to Roch
ester. 10:10 P. M.-For Erie, Canandaigna. Rochester,
Buffao, and Niagara Falls, dally. Pullman
Sleeping Car Washington fo Rochester Satur
For l'lillndcliiliIn,.Ncsr YorL", nnd.tlir
4:00 P. M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED."
dally; all Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from
Baltimore. Regular at 7:00 (Dining Car). TSO.
7:53. 8:13, 0:00. 10:CO (Dining Car), and 11:00
(Dining Car from Wilmington) A. M.. 12:43.
3:13. 3:00 (Dining Car from Baltimore). 0:50,
10:00, and 11:50 P .31. On Sunday. 7:00 (Dining
Car) 730, 8:15. OrOO, HrOO (Dining Car from"
Wilmington). A. M.. 12:15. 3:13, 5:00 (Dinina;
Car from Baltimore), 0:50, 10:00, and ll:C0 P.
iL For Philadelrhla only. Express, 12:13 I". AL
week days, 2:01 and 5:10 P. M. dally.
For Boston without change, 7:53 A. JL week
days, and 3:00 P. SI. daily.
For Baltimore. 0:20. 7:00. 7:20. 7:33. 8:13. 9-0)
10:00, 10:50. 11:00 A. JL. 12:13, 12:45. 12:53.
2:01. 3:13. 3:30 (4:00 Limited). 4r20..5:00. 5:31.
5:40. 0:15, 0:50. 7:20. 10:00. 10.-40. 11:13, and
11:50 P. SI. On Sundays, 7:00: ISO, S:I3, 9.-09.
9:03, 10:50, 11:00 A. 31.. 12:15. 1:15, 2.-01. 3:13.
3:30 (4 00 Limited), 4:20. 5:00 5:40, 0:15, 0:59.
7:20. 10:00, 10:10. and HiM P. if.
For Pope's Creek Line 7:55 A. II. and 4:31 P.
SI. week days. Sundays. 9:05 A. SI.
For Annapolis 7:00 A. St.; 12:13 and 5:10 P. JL
dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9:00 A. M. and
4:20 P. JL
Express for Florida and points on Atlantic Coast
Line 4:30 A. JL. 3:40 P. JL, daily; Richmond
only. 11:45 A. St. week days: Atlanta Spicial,
via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line, 5:00 P.
JL daily. Accommodation for Ouantlco. 7:41
A. JL dally, and 4:23 P. JL week days.
For Atlantic City (via Delaware River Bridge, alt
rail route), 11:00 A. 51. daily, 12:43 P. JL week
days (through Pullman Buffet Parlor Cir), 3:13,
(4:00 "Congressional Limited"), P. JL daily.
Via Market Street Wharf. 10.-0O ami It. -on A.
JL. 12:43 P. Jl. week days, 11:50 P. JI. doily,
and 12.15 P. JL Sundays only. Saturdays only.
0:00 A. JI. '
"Atlantic City Special." 1:00 P. JI. Saturdays
only. Solid Vestibule train. Pullman Buffet
Parlor Cars, combined car, and coaches through
to Atlantic City.
For Cape Slay. 10:00, 11:00 A. Jt., 12:13 P. IL
week days. 11:50 P. JI. dally.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and G Streets,
and at the station. Sixth and II Streets, whers
orders can bo lelt for the checking o bajgage
to destination from hotels and residences.
Telephone call 1141 for Pennsylvania Railroad
J. B. HUTCHINSON, J. R. WOOD.
General JIanager. General Passenger Agent.
(Schedule in effect llay 7, 1K.)
AH trains arrive and Icare TcnnsjIranU Paa.
8:01 A. L Dailjr, local for Dani-ille, Char
lotte and wax stations connects at Manaw daD
for Sirasburjr and Ilariaonbunr, and at Ljnch
bars with the Norfolk and Western dallr, ami
with a & O, JL It- fox Natural Bridge daii, and
Lexington daily, except Sumlay; also connects
at Catrcrton for Warrtnton and Fatwjofer White
11:13 A. L Daily, the ITXITED STATES FAST'
MAIL, Pullman Sleepers New York and Wash
ington to Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with
Pullman Sleepw for AJierine and Hot Springs,
X. C; Knoxville, Chattanooga, and Memphtt,
Tenn., and at Charlotte with Pullman Sleeper for
Augusta. Pullman Sleeper, New York to New Or
leans, uniting at Charlotte with Pullman Sleeper
for Atlanta and Birmin-him. Solid train, Wash
ington to New Orlraiu without chanj-c Dining
Car service. Sunset personally conducted tourist
excursion, sleeper on tht train rsery Tuesday and
Friday, to San Francisco without chance.
4:01 P. 5f. Local for Front Iloyal, Strasburj,
and Ilarrisonburjr, daily, except Sunday.
4:C0 P. M. Daily, local for CharlottesTille,
connects at Calvertcn for Warrcnton and Fau
quier White Sulphur Springs,
O:0 P. If. Daily. NKW YOUK AND FLORIDA
FJCPRES, carries Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars,
New York and Washington to Tampa, Tfa Savan
nah and Jacksonville, and to Augusta, via Co
lumbia, with connection for Aiken.
0:20 P. JL Dailr. WASHIXOTON AND CHAT
TANOOCA LIMITED," vU Lynchburg, with
thro uuh Sleepers from New York and Washington
to Memphis and New Orleans, throes h BristoL
Throush coach Washington to Memphis. Cafe.
Parlor, and Observation Car between Radford,
Va., and Attalla,, Ala. serving all meals.
10:5 P. U-Daily, WASIIINfrTON AND
SOlTHWESTKRN VF-STIRULED LIMITED, com
posed of Pullman Vest fouled Sleepers, Dininy
Cars and Dar Coache, Pullmsn Sleepers, New
York to Nashville, Tenn., Tia Asherille. Knox
ville, and Chattanooga; New York to Memphis,
via Birmingham; New York to New Orleans, via
Atlanta, and Montsromery. Pullman. Library, and
Observation Cir between Nw York and Wash
ington and Atlanta. Ycstihuled Day Coach,
WjJiincton to Atlanta. Southern IUiZway D'mia;
Car, Creensfcoro to Montircmery.
TRAILS ON WASIUNOTOV AND OHIO DI
VISION leave Washircttm 0:01 A. M. daily, and
1:00 P. M. and 4:13 P. M. daily, except Sunday,
and G:i5 P. M. Sunday onlr, for Round Hill: 4:23
P. M. daily, except Sunday, for Leeburf, jjuI
0r25 P. 3L daily for Herndon. Rcturninr, arrira
at Washington 30 A. 5L and S:40 P. M. daily,
and 2:13 P. M. dailv, except Sunday, from Round
Hill, and 7:06 A. M. daily, except Sunday, from
Herndon. and 8:31 A. M. daily, cscert Sunday,
Through trains from the South arire at Wash
ington 6:42 flpJ 7:10 A. IL; 2:15 and 9:03 P. M.
daily. Harrisonburg. 12 noon daily, except Sun
dar, and 0:03 P. M. daily; from Charlottesville,
S:M A. M. daily.
Ticket?, sleepins car observations, and other la
formatlcn furnbhed. and baggsge callel for and
checked from hotel and residence by Union
Transfer Company, on order3 left at Ticket Of
fice, 705 Fifteenth Mrect northwest; 311 Penn
sylvania Avenue northwest, and at Pennsylvania
Telephone call, llll for Pennsylvania Railroad
FRANK S. CANNON, Third Vice President and
J. M. CULP, Trarhc Manager,
W. A. Tt'Rh". C.ineral Pa-scnger Agent.
L, S. BROWN. Oencra! Agent.
sfw Ohio By,
Thruuifli the Crandcst Scenery at
Amerlcn. AH 1'rnlii- VcBllbaleil.
lUcutrle Llslatvtl, SU'nm llcatfil.
All 3Irn9 .Ser vtX tn jntnff Cur,
atntlun Slth nml 11 Strertn.
Schedule In eSect June 25. IS33.
2:13 P. iL DAILY Cincinnati and St. Louis
Sptrtut Mild trin tor Cinciiuuii. 1'uIiiua
Skepcrs to Cincinnati, Lexington, LouhuIlV, In.
diampuHs. and bt. Lcuts. wllhou: chanf Parlor
Car Covington, Va., to Virginia llct Sprtni.
P.rlor Lars Cincinnati to Cwicuga,
11:10 P. M. DA1LY-F F. V. Umlted-SolU
Train for CinnnnatL Pullman Sleepers to Cincin
nati. Lexington, and Loukrille. without clianjv.
t'ennectios fcr Hot Springs, Va., daily. 'Pulhuaa
Meeplog1 Car to Virginia Hot Springs, without
change, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Ob--kcrvation
Car Hinton to Cincinnati. Sleepers Cin
cinnati to Chicago ar.d St. Louis. ' '
2:13 P. oL DAILY For CordonxvUle, Char
lotteiville, Staunton, dally, and for Richmond,
daily, except Sunday.
Reservation tm! tickets at Chesapeake and Ohl
offices. 511 Pennsjlvanla Avenue; COO llth Street.
near F, and at th Station. Telephone call. 111!
tcr Fcnnsylvjnla Railroad Cab Service.
IL W. FUf.LER.
General Patsenzer Agnt
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