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y J One Gent A No advertisement less than 10. Tie CenT A Ana Pnnt ftt j--r' - "t fin Onn PES One Gent A No advertisement lass tkaa 10a. One Gent. A No advertisement less thaaj 10:. Word WIG UUlll WORD No tdrartUemnt-.Uaa than 10. Ko advertisement Ins tbaa 1 0 No advertisement leas than 10 I gMiJ M MCMW B PTHBM JllJUP-MmLJEMMUW. B J mWMH WAiamJMlM'H JJ..JWWI J.iggMWllieWglW One Cent wB! Ko BdrcrtlAaBt teas than lOx Ifr f ' l V RUMMER RESORTS. JOHNSONHOTJSE.CoIonlnlDeocti, on water Trout; terms reasonable; ape cm! rates to names. Address llltS. Q. E. JOHNSON. au4-7t POTOMAC BAT-A new place op posite Wilkcrson's; beautifully located rorsummcr boarding; boating, batblng.flsa- Inc. etc: table abundamly furnished; terms low. C. O WI LEERS ON. Proo.. Jy30lmo Colonial Beach, To. WOODLAWN- Rockvllle, Md.; with all modern conveniences; lighted with ,gas. baths, etc.; large rooms and shaded lawns; terms moderate; $1.00 per day, $7 to $10 per week. MRB.M. J. COLLET. JySl-lnia Famous No. Beer. The Hoermann. MA ItStlAIS SALE. UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'8 FUR KISUINGS..AT 3037 M ST. NW. By virtue of a writ or fieri Tafias issued out of the clerk's office of the Supreme Court of the District nf Columbia, nod to me direcfed. I will sell at public Kile, for cash, at 3037 M street north went, Wash ington. D. C, onKitONDAY. AUGUST 0, A. D. 1895. nt TEN O'CLOCK A. M., tho following described goods, to wit: Lot braid. Hhirts, thlrlwaUts, umbrellas, how;, underwear, corsets, gloves. Mraw hats, "blankets, children's clothing, etc, seized ,and levied upon as the goods if Eugene Kalin. ard sold to satisfy execution No. -38355 In favor of Ellas Hclriophe'mer.. ALBERT A. WILSON. U. 8. Marshal. D. O. DUNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers. n.i2,3,5 PROPOSALS PROPOSALS for water pipe, fit ting etc. Orfioe of Public Buildings andGnunds. War Department, Washington, D. C. July 18. 1865. Sealed proposals. In duplicate, will lie received here until 2 p. in. TUESDAY, August 6. 1895, for fur nishing 7.008 feet of 4-inch pressure pipe, 8,000 pounds castings, pig lead. Jute, gate raives. and extension boxes, for Capitol tprm: pipe line. Forms and specifications fan be obtained here. Right reaened to re ject anv and nil proposals. JOHN M. WILSON. Col.Engrs. iyl8. 10.2022.au3.5 MISCELLANEOUS. OTJTING FOB HORSES. Tinee miles from city. Best of pasture, shad) and spilng water; only $4 permonth. Hoises called for. inquire G10 lltli St. nw., fust floor. au4-3t H. C. "LANCASTER. Books and Stationery, removed from 903 to 825 7th st. nw., nest to Giogan's Furniture Stoie. au3-3t WTMIEREAKE OTHERS" IN THE PRINTING JL business, hut low toncerns Ilk The Law Exporter Comiianx, of bib l'if in street north seat. Tou'a fiadlt a poslllte relief to trade there. Doit. M. W. HOOKE, lljr TTJST RECEIVED riue lot joung Cu ban parrots, guaranteed to talk; also monkejs, canaries, mocking birds, gold !Ub, dugs, and fancy pigeons. SCIIMID'S, 112 12th st. nw., branch 1221 Pa. ave. mylO-tt MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY lo loan on bonds, stocks, tiusts. loan association ccitlflcates, and old tine life insuiuuce policies; no delay. YERKES & BAKER. 40 to 40 AletzeiottBldg. MONEY TO LOAN -I" large sums, or as low as $1,000, nt 5 mid G per cent on D C. real estate; also S250, $500, F750,ctc , at G per cent. WM. A. SAUN DERS & CO , 1407 r st. tf MONEY 'o loan on teal estate at less than U pet cent.; to be returned in nontlily installments; no commissions. J. T. U. HALL, 721 IStli st. nw. MONEY lo loan at5 and G pet cent., on Distilct of Columbia realty; no lelay IT secuiity is satisfactory. WALTER U. ACKER. 704 14th nw. Jy31-tf CONCERNING LOANS AND INVEST MENTS" Read this booklet carefully tef ore borrowing or investin g: call and get t copy free. B U. WARNER A CO.. 918 F st. nw. m28-3mo MONEY TO LOAN All clamra of leal mat ate loans made with promptness ntcar cnt rales. THE McLACULEN REAL E8TATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cot ter 10th and O streets nw. mtX HK. FULTOS'S LOAN OUTICK. 18 fA. are, a. w. XsUhllstiMl la 1ST0 Money eaned on iratcbes, dUraoads. Jewelry, silver rare, eta bpeclat bargains la watches, jewelry, uideilTarirare.. leW-eme nOTEi. ZURECTORT. Eliliin' UOUdE. Washington. D. 0. IT. C. BTIRCH. Manure UAILUOADa. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. rrATio:i corner of oixtu and b streets. ;r t ff-ct lune 28 IRit 0JS A M rEsSSYLVAMA LIMITED-Pnn. mau Meeplcc. Jlmms, bmoking, and Obspr v Tation Cars ilairistiurg to Chicago, Cincin nati, Indianapolis, bs. Loals, Cleveland, aud Toledo, liunet Parlor Car to Hanisbure BJO A. JL FAbT LINE I'ullinaa Buffet far. lor Car to Ilarrisburi: Parlor and Dlnlaf Cars, llarrisburc to Pittsburg. WO 1. M. CHICAUO AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS. lulhnan Buffet Parlor Car to Ilarrlaburg. Eleepin: and Dialng Cars, Harrlsburg toil Louis, Cincinnati. Louisville, and Chicago. MO P. 11. WESTERN LXPRESs Pullman Sleeping Car to Chicago, and HarrUburg U Ciei oland Dining Car to Chicago. MOP. SI. bOUTlI-WLSTEIIN EXPRESS. Pall, man Sleeping aud Dining Cars to Sl Louis, and bleeping Car HarriBburglo CiudnnatL 0.40P. JL PACIUCEXPltEbSi rullmaa sleep ing Car to Pittsburg. !M A. SI. for Kan, caaandalgna, Rochester, and Niagara Falls dally, except bundiy. 0X0 A -M. lor Llmlra and ltenora, daily, except hundsr. For Wllllamsport daily, SAO P. jL UOP. SI. for Wllllamsport. Rochester. Bullalo, and Niagara rails daily, except Saturday, with aleeplog car Washington to buspeasioa Bridge via Buffalo. .I0 P. .11. for trie, Connndatgav Rochester, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls dally; eleeptn; car asUiligton to Llmlra. Frr i lnlatltrpiui. New i fi-, nridl'n HtiL kOOP. 5L -tONOIlEaSIONAb LIMITED." ill Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Balti more, for New York daily, for Pnliidolphla week-daya. Regular at 7 03 (Dining Car), ..zu. yuu, lli-w (inning uar;, ana ii-ou uiu Ing Car) a m., 12.13. s IS, 4i0, e 40, 10-03, and 21-SSp in. On buadar. 7KI3 (Dining Car), JiO.aiX). 11M iDlning Car) a. m.. U.15,3 15, i0, 6 10, 10.O0. and 11SO p. m. For Phlla del)hla only. Fast ExpreS3 70 a. m. weolt daya. Lxpreas, 2DI andSp m. dally. Tor Boston, without change, J53 a. iu. week days, and 3.15 p m. daily. for Baltimore, 6-, 75, 530, T30, t.-OO, JO-00. 10JJJ. HJW. and 1120 a. m., 1&13, J-01, 3.15, 3:40, (1-03 Limited), 4-20, 4JH, 5-10, 05. 6.40, 7:10. 10.-0), 10.40, 11-15, and 11:31 p m. On Sunday, 7-05, 7.20, S-00, 9-05, 20 30, 11:00 a. m.. 1J.15, 1:15, 2M. 3.15.3 40 (1-0J LlmltKd), 4S), 5 40, BIB, C 40, V:10, 10.00, 10. U, and 1135 p in. or Pope's Creek Line. 7:20 a. m. and 4s p ra dally, except bunday. Tor Annapolis, 7:20 and n-O.1 a. m., 12:15 and 1:11 p. in dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9.DJ a. m. and 4-23 p. m. Atlantic Coast Llna Express for Richmond, lacksonTille, aud Tampa. 4.30 a. m., 3J0 p. m. tally. Richmond and Atlanta, 8 40 p. m. dally. tichmond only, I0J7 a. m. week days. locommodaiion for Quaatlco, 7:43 a. m. dally, and 4:23 p xa. week-days. for Alexandria, 4 JO, 6JJ. WV S.-40. 9:43. VOT 11 JO a. ia, USO, 1:40, sao,4C. 50, tjtt, 6:l 8IC, 10:10, and lU9pm. On bun lay at t.30, 7 45. S5 a. m., SS5. 6:1S, 8H3, and 10.10 p. ra. Leave Alexandria for Washington, 6-05, 6.41,71, JX, o-JO. 10 15, 10- n. ra , 10, 2:15, SaTO, ! C.-C0, 530 S:1S. 70, 7i. JO. 102, and 118 p. m. On Sunday at e."4S, -10, 103M a. BV,t.t I JO, 70. 7:30, 9.10, and lCh5- p. m. Scnshorc Connections. lot Atlantic City, 80 (Saturdays only), 100, II 00 a. m. weet days, 12:15 and 1L3) p. m. dally. fcr Caps May, laOO a. m., (Saturdays only), 12.15 p. m. week days, and 11:35 p. m. dally. Ticket offices; northeast corner of Dtastresl md Pennsylvania Avenue, and at the station Uxlh and B btreets, where orders can be left f of be checking of baggaf o to destination front otels and residences. lM.PREVOSr. fRWOOD, General Slangec. General PaaeeagsrUi , HELP WABTBD-X ALB. WASTED-Tire experienced druni nieri In grocery business; good wages guaranteed to competent men. THOMAS J. ROUT.cor. 18th and Y Ms. nw. It WANTBD-A baker or young man that has worked at tho trade. Apply at 1339 H at. ne.. It TFANTED Two btlsht boys for orflce and errands; those having blrycles preferred. Apply to BCHBOT BROS, 491 Mo. ave. au5-3t WANTED expert, soap powder can vassers. Appljr at.408 Fla. ave. nw., after 4 p. m. au2-lw BELFWASTED-rEUALE. WAHTED-A lady cashier; must have bavcthevery best of references. Apply at the NEW OBK CliOTHINQ HOUSE, 311 7th St. tiw. au5-2t I CAN give a dozen ladles, modeiately well acquainted, pleasant, profitable em ployment two bouis dally; nothing to sett. Coll at 800 lltb st. nw., and ask for "Advertiser." . aul-3t "WANTED Experienced' salesladies -wanted in various departments. Apply bifore to nt Bon MarchcTtn st.n.w. au4-3t WANTE-nFltst-class-ladles' hair dresser at 704 14th St. Dr. J. SEMMES, Dermatologist. ou4-.1t "WANTED Young white girl to take enreof child and make herself generally useful; references. Address 520 R st. nw. Aug3-3t HELP ffASTED-MALE FEMALE. AND WANTED-Boy or girl, aged 10 to 20, to be generally useful about the house. Can learn to bo t-i artist. 502Est.n.w. au4-3t "WANTED Smith Premier .Typo -wnter operator and stenographers dltected to positions. Operators de siilng to familiarize themselves with new .No. 2 Smith I'lemier Typewriter call THE SMITH PKF.MIER TYPEWRITER CO., No. 1416 F St. nw. Jy31-tf SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE. WANTED-By reliable colored woman first-class washing to do at home. 1.103 lnth st. nw. ang3-3t WANTBD-By a reliable colored girl a place us chambermaid or nurse; good references. Address 48 Pierce 6t. nw. aug3-3t WANTED HOOMS. WANTED-2 fur. rooms; 1st or 2d floor; housekeeping. E., this office. au3-3t It ANTED-M18CELL ANKOU8. WANTED-Al once an Invalid's chair, with rollers. Call or address AIRS. M. C. W., 724 12th St. nw. au4-3t WANTED-A bicycle ingood condition; must be cheap fot cash. Call, with machine, to SCUROT BROS., 491 Mo. ave. nu3-3t "WANTED To borrow $3,000 on city real estate; no commission paid. Ad dress BORROW, this office. nug3-3t WANTED-A fea tiler bed;statc weight aud price. Address J. W. It., this of fice: ang3-3t Wanted Try Rubber Roof Point. WE STOP ALL LEAKS FRFX And charge only for palatini: work guar ant el NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAIN T CO , llta Sta nw WANTED A numbcrof horsesfor pas turage; plenty iifwater.grassaiid shade; $5 per month; and will want a number of horses to winter at $8 per month. C. H. PARKER. Lay Hill, Md., or 435 4 1-2 st sw.; tcl: 674. jy23-14t fou itcvr-nooits. FOR RENT 307 C st. n. w., six hand some furnished rooms, southern expos ure. Table board excellent and very mod crate. au4-3t FURNISHED ' unfurnished rooms to lent; terms reasonable, convenient to five cat lines. 705 8th nw. nu4-3t FOR RENT At 215 9th st. aw., near B, fur. and uufur. rooms; one rur. hall room, $4 per month; heat, gas, ard bath. au4-7t FOR RENT Neatly fur. rooms, with board; moderate rates. 1011 11th st. nw. su4-3t FOR RENT $12.50. two large rooms, soutn front, 2d floor; alcove, closets, back porch. 142 A St. ne. au4-3t FOR RENT Very desirable fur. rooms; also cxullcnt family table board; con venient and pleasant locality; reasonable terms. 702 19lh St. nw. au4-7t FOR RENT Room, with board. In a private family; a pleasant home. 121 North Carolina ave. se. au4-3t FOR RENT 1310 11th st. nw., fur nished or tmrurnfshed second and third floorrooms". desirable location; terms mod crate; call after 4 o'clock. auJ-3t FOR RENT Furnished rooms, suitable fot gentleman; cafe next door. 326 Pa. nvo. se. au3-3t FOR RENT 924 14h St. nw., band some suite of rooms and prhate bath; second floor front; $30 per month; same on third floor, $25; fur. or uufur. Caterer In house. au3-3t FOR RENT Furnished rooms to single gentlemen; $1 per week. 1003 O st. nw. au3-7t FOR RENT Two furnished rooms on second floor and front room on third floor: with or without board. Address 817 8th st. n w. au3-3t FOR RENT Roonisat 800 lOthst.nw., first or second floor, single or en suite; delightfully cool; opposite a pretty park; com en ient to cable cars. au3-3t FOR RENT Fur. room, with bath; terms reasonable; tward If desired. 1707 7th st. nw. au4-3t FOR RENT 309 c st.nw.,ruinisheaor tiiifuiuisliPd fooms. au4-3t FOR RENT 2 lftige, airy rooms, first and tlilid floor; housekeeping if desired; eveiythlug furnished; gas, bath, hot and cold watei: terms moderate; central loca tion. 613 6th nw. au4-3t FOR RENT Young married couple will rent three rooms for $12.G0; fine location: housekeeping. J. N. H., this office. au3-3t FORRENT Elegantly furnished rooms; first-class board. 929 New York ave. au3-8t FOR RENT-TJnfurnished apartment for housekeeping from $2 to $6 per room. 471 C st. nw. au3-3t Famous No 9 Beer. The Hoermann FOB BENT HOUSES. 112.50 1129 Vthst. se.Sr brio. a T. YOUBO. CIS E st. nw. S36.00-1420 utb St. nw., 8r. b.; m. L 0. T. TODEB, 615 E St. nw. $42.GO-'2(l E St. nw.;'14 r., a. m. 1, C. T. YODER, 616 E St nw. FOR RENT-Fur. or uufur., attractive house; six, rooms and bath; every con venience; cabinet mantels; delightfully located; nw.; term moderate. Key at 806 19th st. nw. ang3-3t FOR RENT 368 D t. ne., eeven- room bouse, a. m. 1., with cellar In excellent condition. $22.00 per mo. au 3-3 1 FOR RENT 1231 4th It. se., 6-room house, 910; key at Barton's grocery, corner M. Jy31-3t-w S2a.BO For rent. No. 6B1 O St. e., 8 rooms, bath, cellar, good yard. L. STAROARDTER. 613 15th st. nw. au4-3t $30" Fdr Tent, store and dwelling, cor ner 15th and Gales fits. ne. L. STAR GARDTER,G1315thstnw. au4-3t S3SUBO For rent, handsome pre brick and brown-stone front; 8 rooms and bath; No. 1616 Vermont ave. nw. L BTARGAEDTEE. 18 I nth st. KW. u4-at FPU,-; BEN T HOUSES. S3f5iOO 314 to 320 N. O. ave. se.; Br. a.m. If-new. " 0. T. TODER, 015 E St. nw. S3Z.SO 314 to 320 N. 0. ave. so.; Or.. a.m. L; new. 0. T. YODER, 615 E st. ntr. FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS. ' FOR SALE-A beauty pair of Gordon setter pups; cheap; ten weeks old. Ad dress GORDON, Ibis offioe. au4-2t A SET (3) Christy bread knives, only 2 1c. CUlii;rCEUARDWARECO,lllli aud E st. nw. au4-3t FORSAIiE-Ata bargalnltsoldwlthlu 10 days, a 7-rooni bouse im F st. aw., bet. 4 1-2 and 6th sta., with all ni .1. B. LEONARD, 530- 4 1-2 U sw. nul-10t FOR SALEVery cheap, No. 3 call graph typewriter, case, imper, copy holder, and entire outfit; would trade for a high grade wheel. Address COIN, this office. qu4-3t FOR SALE-At Piney Point 2 nice cottages, with good outbuildings; about D acres; o'u the water; a beautiful place; hasgood tenant. Apply to WASlt 11. WILLIAMS.- - au4-3t BEHOTAL SALE.r Regardless of cost. Young & OVs reliable, paint store, best'selt-cted stock in the city; oils, paints, gkiss, dry colors, etc.; must be sold In thirty days; store for rent; fixtures fur sale. 714 K st. nw. au3-3t FOR SALE-Good horse, buggy and belongings chenp; owner has no use for them. Address W.K. N., this office. au3-3t FOR SALE-Automatic mgan, with music, $10; suitable foi lodges, etc; music box, $5; fine commode, $2, lot of Ififorated gas pipe for stage, cheap. W. U. II., tins office. nu3-3t FOR SALE-$90 will buy hois", 4 yeais old, sound and gentle, nnd open top, 2 seated slde-sptlng wagon ntlil harness rraily new. 1347 F St. no. nu3-3t FOR S ALE-Bather shop mid fixtures. CullatoiiCe.C41Pa.uv.se. aul-Ct FOR SALE Grocery and confectionery store, doing good business. Reason for selling that owner engaged in other bJSlness. Call n. w. cor. 4tb and D s. e. jy31-7t FOR SALE County right to a small patent, ready to put on the market; $1 per county: a chance to make a big salary. Address PATENT, this office. aug4-3t FOB SALE HOUSES. FOR SALE 2 sto ry and basement bay window press brick front; 8 rooms, bath, and cellar; C st. se., near 7th; only half square from Pa. ave. cars; price only C3.660: cost 34,250. L. STAROARDTER, 613 15th st. nw. au4-3t FOR SALE-Cheap, 7-rooru house In Falls Church. Address Box 38, Fall Church. Va. au4-6t FOR SALE Langdon, $2,500 new 6 rootu frame house. Offer wanted. OWNER, this office. jy30-7t FamouR No. 0 Beer. The Hoermann roil SALE-BEAL ESTATE. FOR SALE 0 looms", bath, cellar, la tiobes, 18,000 sq.ft., cultivated garden, young fiuit,cut-bulldlng8, at Rlvcrdale.Md., 7 l-2inu8fioniWaahlngtononB.AO.R.R.; $300 will buy equity of $540, payments on balance, $20 pet month. Inquire of F. K. RYNEX, Riveidale, Md. au3-3t TEHSONALS. MY DAUGHTER. Fannie, was taken nick last June twelve months ago and lost her strength. She could not walk. She was in the Children's Hospital two months ago and was under the care of Dr. Adams. I have U6cd Prof . Hall's Elec tric Soap one month on her and now she can walk and use ber whole body. Of all the money I have spent on her Prof. Hall's treatment did ber more good than any medicine I havecverueed. Mrs. Amanda Miner can recommend Prof. Hall' Elec tric Soap to tho highest. The child Is so proud of It until she has created love to Mr. Hall. Mrs. AMANDA MINER, 812 Grant ave. uw. It ACME- OISEAU removed to 710 12th st. nw.; scientific massage and baths; alcoholic rubbing; niagnetio treatment; 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. jy28-lw THIS I no passing fancy, but. an es tablished fact. We are celling elegant custom-made suits but "slightly worn" at figures that are the talk of the town. Look us up. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619 D St. nw. PROF. CLAY, oldest established ad vertising clairvoyant, medium and for tune teller In tbls city, removes all your troubles; tell from cradle to grave; ad vice on business, lore affairs, losses or matrimonial adventures; unite separated and causes speedy marriage with one you love by proper advice. Call and be con vinced that I can work a case quicker than any medium you ever met. Fee, 50 cents. Hours, 10 to 9; open Sunday. 489 H st.. bet. 4 1-2 and 6th st w. OTJR Greatest Medium and Spiritual Mother. MABY GORDON, Who tells yon all thing aad prescribe a proper remedy for your rouble, can be consulted at ber parlors oa'aB affairs of life. 1109 O BT. NW. ALWAYS AT HOMl Jy2-lmo MME. BROOKE tells all the event of life; all business confidential; ladle and gentlemen, 50 cent each; "hours, 9 a, m, to 9 p. m. 606 New York" avenue northwest, near Sixth street. 3y25-14t THE "fl DAYB CURE Formes. s la 8 day or no Tat remedy rures rfcarg. Consultation ft AN, 716 12th st. nw. DR. MoKEE-JltVlmo g V n c kr r m$ Good Evening! V &k ) an we suPPy that Want? ( J) rJH Give us a trial. We'll work WtjJx JeJW faithfully for you. IKbj 0Jfj r W1V FBBSONALS. EGYPTIAN OTPS-jT-BeTenth daughter ot the seventh generation; he can take off spells arid cause to marry, as well a tell you the past and future; persons calling at the tent, next to railroad. Will ask for MADAM BURNETT. Take Ecklncton-anJ Soldiers" Ilom cars. au4-7t . J.I. WALKER SOJiB. 204 lOthst. nw, arpet, lining, felts, flre. brick eunJ day, asbest, paints. bruilwaArrn.cetpebt. two and "three-ply rooflnrfinriaL apr21-tf MME. ESTExLiR tells "all the event of life In f erKan and English; hours. 9 a. m. to Iff pn.: 20 and 50 cents: cure all cose of running or dry ores 813 19 th at. nw. 2S.lm THE Wonderful Tfunedy.. Cancer; cured 'Without kifenia1n,'or pay until cured; also carbujjcles, piles, dropsy, by Prof. MARTIN RILEY, 467 Pa. ave. nw. auD-lmo LADIES oeedlng meot. A aafe ai female trouble, cons ifldcntlai treat ure relief In all Hon, irregularl n habit,- fistula, patient before and find home Iks. tumor, caerer, etc Separate' loooksj and during conrinein for Infant If teoulrVd tlal MRS. Dk. KERN Atrlctlyconfiden- llie Fourth st. ne. Dear E. Capitol St.. W&Hifcgrob, D c. Ji-3-tf DR. TATLOR 00 F st. nw., makes lull seta of teeth for $5; satisfaction guar anteed: tei'lh extracted without pain; gold filling, $1: amalgam, 50c. Jels-flm IF you have rheflmrfftsm or neuralgia inquire nboutVUlette's 4 OUs.DruggUta'. Jyl2-lmo " TOK EXCHANOE. WANTKD-To exchange equity In flue brick, north west, nnd "West Petworth" stock; $5,000 for house; Mount Pleasant or suburbs. Address NORWAY, this office. au5-3l FOR EXCHANGE-Almoit new sewing nur-hlne. will guarantee for two years and give lt-ssons, for gtwd typewriter or light men's pneumatic bicycle; willing to pay about $10 dirrerence. Address O. A. F.. this office. au3-3t FOUND. FOUND Package money found; owner cang'tsainebyiiayingexpenses.namirg amount and piop-r identification, Rooms 45 aud 46, Ohio Bank Bldg. au3-3t LOST., LOST A small, cutly J-ellow dog; right foie paw white; has a broken tall and aniwei to the name ot Lam. Reward If leturned to 1355 U St. nw. au3-3t BUSINESS CHANCES. FOR S ALE Ol exchange; parties de sitous of disposingotany kind of business, apply to us FOR SALE. Coal and wood yaid; first-class location, with $3,000 stock: Fine confeclionci jTond leslauraut; established trade, best location; $1,500. Gtocery, fine fixtures; good lo cation; $1,600. Nice giocery, $600; nnd vatjous other kinds ot- business places, rallies wanting buyers for any business coll on us. )Ve have.nutneious applicants. AU business confidential, and now Is the time. If vou want to buy oi sell. Come to se us."T. O. ANDERSON & CO., 907 G St. nw. auo-nine-tf FOR SALE OR RENT-Dlnlng-rooni; good location; business street: owner lias other business Call 467 G St. nw. ao4-3t FOR SALE-Giocery; sacrifice; good nw. stand; reason, can't attend. Ad dles Box X, this office. nu4-3t -FOR SALE-A fiist-class cigar and news stand, doing a good Dusmess. In qulte at 604 1-2 10 th aw. au3-3t Famous No 9 Beer. The Hoermann. AUCTION SALES. BY LATIMER, MORGAN A CO., AUCTION EERS, 1220 AND ,1231 O STREET TKUSTEEB' SALE OF A FRAME DWELLING, NUMBERED 915 THIRD STREET NORTHEAST. By virtue of a deed of trust dated May 8th, lftos, and recorded in Lircr zuii, folio 340 et seq., of the Land Records of the District ot Columbia, and at the re quest of the party secured thereby, we will sell at public auction, lb front ot the prem ise, on WEDNESDAY, THE SEVENTH DAY OPAUGUST.A. D. 1895, at 5o'clock p. rn,, all those certain pieces or parcels of land known and distinguished as part of lots 13 and 14 lntI)aniel Shanaban's subdivision of. lots in square 775, as per plat recorded in Liber "W. F.," folio 46, or the records of the office of the Surveyor ot the District of Columbia, beginning at the southwest corner of said lot 13 and running thence north on Third street 44 feet 2 inches, thence east 33 feet to the east line or said lot 1i', thence south on said line 44 feet 2 inches to the southeast comer of eald lot 14, 'thence west 33 feet to the place of beginning, the same being old together with the improvements. This property will betgool, however, sub ject to a prior deed oPWhstfor $1,000 to secure the Old DominlonSBUlldlng and Loan Association, of Blhmon Va., full par ticulars or which win" be' mado known at time of sale. ,r3M " TERMS All cash over- and above the amount of said prior Incumbrance. A de posit of $00 will be -rwpulred at time ot Ml. AH conveyanciagrmnd recordlnr at purchaser's oist. -Terms.irf sale to be com piled with within ten (OQVdays from date ot sale;. In default ottwhlch. trustees re serve the right to reselL-senrlaV- and cost of defaulting: purchaser aXttr'SUCb -notice' a the trustees may deem-proper. LUTHER 1H. HALL, BUBGEBS-K. GLADUAN, -r-i Tmttee. J. YARBELI Attorney for Beneficiary 695 E street sort. Jy27-10t4ds SPECIAL NOTICES. R. Ia. C All membeis of Plasterers' L. A, 1644, K. of L, at hereby notified to attend the next tegular meeting of the Assembly on Monday evening, August C, 1890, to make airnngemontsf or Labor Day paiade. By order of the Assembly. au4-2t Washlngton,.C:,Aug.3, 1895. To tbtr Public: The Heurica Brewing Co. having entered suit against rue for an amount of money which is more than I owe them, I take this meihodof -saying that I tendered to raid' company the fall "amount justly due said company. There is a private agreement between Mr. Heurlcb and myeetf concerning this matter and when be return from Europe ten days hence the matter will be settled between ua promptly and satisfactorily wllhout lawsuit vr trouble. I make' Wis statement In JuUlce lomytelf and to pro tect my buMncM Interest. Respectrullv, C. M. EMRICH. DR. J. H. MOORE. 728 17th sU, will be iu the city all summer. There Is no liclter reason Tor taking Mecbano- Electrical Treatment. au4-lt M. J. CURRY A SONS. Contracting Bricklayers; brick work ot all kinds done; Jobbing promptly attended to; all work guaranteed; tniuky chimneys cured or no charge; 25 years' experience. No. 608 13th St. nw. au3-l w REMOVAL NOTICE-O.L. Wild's Bros. & Co. nave removed their music store lo their new and commodlousquortera, No. 1315 Seventh street northwest, where their friends nnd patrons will receive the usual prompt and courteous attention to their musical wants. aul-7t SPECIAL to Table Boatders-Mes6rs. Duffy & Leonnarda, proprietors ot "The American Houne," corner .Pennsyl vania avenue nnd Seventh etrect, beg to announce to the public generally that they are now serving the best table board In the city, from C a. in. to 6 p m., at the following reduced prices: 3 meals per day, $20; 2 meals per day, $15 per month. Particular attention given ladles Jy31-lmo A MEETING of the stockholders of tbcNaUiiualMttropolitanFlre Insurance Company, of the District of Columbia, will be held at the office ot the company, on Mon day, the 5th day nf August, 1895, for tho annual election of directors. Polls open at 12 m. and close at 1 o'clock p.'m. BAM CROSS, Jy 14-23t Secretary. SPECIAL ItOTICES. NO CHARGE It I cannot collect bad bill. U. D. GORDON, Attorney-at-Law. 918 F st. nw. " au5-2t TAKE NOTICE I papef rooms for $2 and upward; you can save 20 per cent on these prices. F. O. NOLTE, 810 9th st. nw. Phone.. 445. No branch. y22'28t Famous No 9 Beer. The Hoermann. LEGAL NOTTCKS. FiledAugun2, 1895. by J.R.Young, Clerk. LV THE bUPREME COURT OFTHE DIS TRICTOF CLOUMBIA. the day ot ,18 . WILLIAMPAUL BROWN VS. LILLIE BROWN. No. 16.3G5 Docket. On motion ot the plaintiff, by Mr. James LPugb, Jr., his solicitor, it H ordered that the defendant, Llllle Brown, cause her ap pearance to be entered herein on or before the firt rule-day occurring forty dayR nf ter this day: otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as In case ot default. The object of this suit is to procure a di vorce a vinculo matrimonii upon the ground of adultery stated In the bill which is a stat utory cause of divorce. This notice to be published In The Wash ington Law ReporterandinThe Washington Times once per week for three successive Weeks prior to the day of appearance. By the Court, (SEAL) CHAS. a COLE, Justice, &a True copy. Test: J. R. YOUNG, Clerk, &c. By F. W. SMITH, Asst Clerk. 3t-au6-12-19 WANTED BOARDERS. BOARDERS WANTED By widow lady with large modern bouse, 20 minutes' ride from B. A P. station. Room and board, $4 per week. SHADE, this office. au5-3t TV ANTED- Gentlemen boaiders for 8ummei months; bouse nearstfit Ion. For lnfoimation address Box 2s, Langdon. D. O. au4-3t FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. SACRIFICE Sale ot Extension-top Carriages, Buggies, Traps; alio 2 seta of harness; must be sold at once. 927 D st. nw. au5-7t SITUATION WANTED MALE. WANTED A place suitable for boy ot 15; good recommendations. Address 1202 O st. It HELP VTAZTTED-MALB. WANTED An educated stenographer and- typewriter, capable of managing weekly newspaper In tbls city; moderate salary and participation In profits; none but temperate men need apply. Address with fuli particular, 8TEN, Box62, Times office. - T WANTED -rSteady man to board in "' private family; reasonable terms. 636 H st. w. au5-3t HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTED - nurse girl, German pre 1 ferred, at 1920 Pa. are., side bell. sa& It ' Rout and Tlvm. By M.B. My dust would bear ber and beat. Had I Iain tor a century dead. TENNYBON. The last straggling rays of the winter sun filtered like specks ot gold through the dusty pane of an attic window. resting lovingly on the brown head of a young girl, whose great wondering eyes were eagerly scanning the fadea lines of an old letter, yellow with age. As the last feeble rays gave way to the dull gray or twilight, she arose with a sigh, her eyes full of nnsbed tears, and, tenderly folding the letter, laid It with others in a great cedar chest. "- "Poor Aunt Vlrglnial" she mnrmured softly to herself as sue felt her way through the now darkened attic, stumbling over the old andirons and 'quaint spindle-legged chairs were strewn about: "Poor, Auut Virginia, such a sad, sad fatel" The sweetly scrlou face reflected In the mirror as Vlrgie Carter completed her preparations tor her appearance at the dinner table below was that of a young girl of eighteen over whose head the summers had danced lightly, leav ing a glint ot gold here and there In the curly locks; a face as pure a the heart which beat beneath the soft wool of her white gown. The Carters came of an old line ot an cestry; ninny generations having been born In the old mansion In which the family still lived, the whole aspect of which gave evidence of the architectural tastes of Puritauical days, with Its funny gables and dormer windows. The interior wus no less picturesque, and retained many of the old-tlmc com forts. In the long, narrow dining room, lighted by soft waxtu tapers In their massive can delabra, their nil How glare lighting up the portraits ot ancestors which lined the ivalli, there wus one upon which the soft light accrued to fall almost reverently; that or a oung girl dre-sed in the qualntnesa of seventy-five years ago. The old-faMiloued eoft white gown, with up and down stripes of dull pink roses, the iootely flowing brown hair caught by a mood of pink ribbon. One almost felt certain they could detect an odor of sweet lavender wafted toward one. As Vlrgie Carter poured tea from an old f u ii u tea urn into cuius nf c-gg-slicll china, her eyes, which had not lost their ureutuy loot, re-ti-d often On thlb young gill's picture. Nor could the cast off the glatnor which teemed lo envelop her until her brother Tom opened up u fire of raillery at her preoccupied manner. bbe had been familiar from babyhood with the sud, sweet 6tory or her great Auut Virginia's young life, whose name she perpetuated. v But never until the afternoon spent in thecobwebbyatticnnioiigthefudedkCeuted letters had she realized the story she had so often begged to bear had been lived and suffered ahdnded right In the very house which 110W sheltered her. The fair young face (niilinc- down from the massive gold frame assumed a new interest for tier. The pictured face was so fair so fair! "Mou.eey dear, am 1 so very like my great aunt Virginia?" queried Virgle that evening, smuggling herself into a loW cushloned seat beside her mother "Very like her, my dear," assured good natured Mrs. Carter, changing Tor the tenth time the position or her slippered feet on the feeder. "Momsey. would you mind telling me all about her again? This is Just tho hour Tor a palhettc story like hers." "Well. well, such a child as you are! "But they do say you are very like her. Certainly her picture Is' your second self " "ners was a sad fate, my dear; so young just your age ana so rresn a,nu sweeL "She was tho belle of ail the country side, and could have chosen a lover from among the first in the land. "Her fatther, a proud, stern man, tbey say. arranged for her to become the wife of a man proud and stern and almost as old as htnuelf But Mistress Virginia had a will of her own. with all her sweetness, and nntly reiuscd to rill the contract. "Stormy scenes followed, Iwl the young girl remained firm, and further enraged her father by announcing her engagement to Royal Stanton, the son of her father's chosen friend, who, though jf quite as good lineage ns their own, and exceed ingly proud, were quite poor. "Royal Stanton was a son or whom anv father might well be proud handsome ar.d brave but that he should have dared to raise his eyes to Virginia Carter was an unheard-of audacity and not to be forgrien "However, Instead of Influencing the young people, bis unjust treatment but strengthened them in their purpose. With the aid of her mother, the wedding prep arations went on as if there had been no interference. "As it was impossible for the-lovers to meet often, letters were exchanged almost every day. There's a heap of them In the old chest in the attic, although I have never reaa mem, "Well, my dear, the wedding frock was finished and laid on the canopied bed in the guest chamber; the traveling boxes were packed nnd strapped, all rend for the tags which ohouldbearherncwnatne. "Lato In the evening Mr. Carter bad an other stormy Interview with his daughter. At last, seeing her resolute as himself, he ordered her from his sight, saying many cruel things as she sadly moved away down the length of the dim hall. "His gentle wife's tears were of no avail; he owed he would not be a witness ot such a marriage, and left her in despair. "The lust seen ot Virginig was by one of the servants as sh- entered her room, her sweet face white and ber lips drawn as if in pain. "Upon inquiry whether she were 111 She answered In a broken voice: 'No, Stephen; no, not 'HI; only a little troubled,' and closed tho door, "Tho wedding morning broke clear and beautiful; tho birds singing and the sweet smelling flowers In the prim old garden lent an air of festivity to tho stately house. "Inside all was bustle and excitement; servants running hither ahd thither) the bridesmaids, who bad arrived an hour be fore, arranging masses of flowers In every available space. The bride-elect had not yet appeared, and although it "Was nearly 9 o'clock, her mother refused to allow her to be disturbed, saying, 'There was plenty of time, as the ceremony would uot take place until high noon.' "To tier Intense ftnrrrrlse. fitir linsnanrl An nounced his Intention of being present, in spite of all his rating. " 'I don't know but I Am an old fool, Nancy,' he said; 'Ibe boy Is A good fellow, and, dash It, I can't stand the look In my little girl's eye I saw last bight when she left me.' "An hour later ha met young Royal Stanton on the porch as he alighted from his horse, welcoming him to his borne as bis son, 'for the little girl's sake,' be said. "How gallant and noble the-young man looked; bis face was not one to be easily forgotten. Open and true as the sun, with an intense amount of pride in the haughty curve ot the lips. This glorious physique was well set oft by bis dress ot black Velvet. "The bridesmaid gathered in tho cor ners fell to chatting of his beauty, and what a fine Couple tbey would make. "Then aroce a demand for the bride. " 'She nrott dress now,' Urged the gJrto. "Mrs. Carter stepped quickly along the hall to the young girl's room. 'The music of soft glrllsn voices floated up from the drawing rooms; through the open windows came the scent of lilacs and spicy pink roses; the robins sang and the bees droned lazily. . "She paused at tho doorji moment: all was silent within. A gentle top awoke toe silenos of tho corridor. Concluded fo to-mormw rfiernlngS Tkncs., TAKEN FROI THE MORNING TIMES, Local Happenings of Interest Briefly Told to Complete the History of Twenty-four Honrs. Private advices received .from Guatemala last evening indicate that sensational de velopments affecting possibly the future ot Central America may be expected within, the-next thirty days. These advices slate that President Bar rios, of Guatemala, has formed a secret alliance with Costa Rica, looking to the formation of .a. union of all the Central AtuericauSLates. with Guatemala exercising the domnlant influence In the new federa tion. The first step In this programme will be the downfall of the present Bonllla admin istration in Honduras, and the appoint ment of tils successor In the person of Marco Soto. The last-named gentleman is favorablo to the proposition and If the presented plans are perfectea so that ue-niay by a coup d'etat n.-sunn; the Presidential office, the assistance of Honduras can be obtained in the plan for a federation of the five States and Nicaragua and Salvador will thus, it Is claimed, compelled to join with the other republics as a matter ot self interest ' The funeral or Ernest W. Green, the young colored boy killed IdBt Friday after boon by Miss Elizabeth Flagler, was held at Slilloh Baptist Church, on L street between Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets north wist, at 3 o'clock jestcrday afternoon. The church doors were npued at 1:30 o'clock and the thmng that bad been -standing for fully half on hour waiting ror admittance filed In. In a minute every seat In the audience room and balcony was filled, save the row of A dozen or more reserved for the Immediate mourners, andanumherorpewson theeastsldeof the church that were shortly afterwards tilled by joung Green's Sunday school friends. At 2:30 o'clock the funeral procession arrived. There were fully 1,200 people In the street, and fully two-thirds as many more inside the church. When the littlo rosewood coffin, covered with riowers. was lifted from the hearse and carried Into the church the crowd drew close about the cntranceway ard the multi tude inside the church grew suddenly quiet. Dr. Tayloi- ttcii took a text from Job xlv. 2: "He Cometh forth as a flower and is ctit down." After drawing a picture of the morning bloom of a flower and Its noontide withering the minister said: "Why Is Ernest Green dead this morn ing? Because human sentiment In this broad land has been so molded that human lire amounts to little. But God grant that public sentiment will so go out that no man ever dare to point a firearm at a fellow being. Dr Brooks hadbeen requested by the fam ily to speak at tbchurch, and he acquiesced at the conclusion of Dr. Taylor's remarks. 'The lire of n man or my race Is worth little lh the minds or many people. But God will have a reckoning. No people can sin rtgninst God always. The Almighty saysj "Vengeance Is mine." Juries may say wrong is rigut, but God will eventually show what is right." Tbecasket was then replaced in the hearse and borne to Harmony Cemetery for in terment. The ladles of the T. W. C. T. U. and tho "W'" have arranged an Informal recep tion to be tendered to Mrs. Frances E. Beauchamp, assistant recording secretary of the National Woman's Christian Temper ance Union, at headquarters ot the local society, room No. 910 F street northwest, to-morrow afternoon at 3.80 to 5 o'clock. All White Rlbboners with gentlemen friends are Invited, and cards are not required. Mr). Ili-ajcimnip Is one of the brightest of speakers, aud there will be music, lem onade, etc. Mi. E. Roes Perry, counsel for Miss Flag ler, was seen last evening, and said that Geneial and Mrs. Flagler would return to tli- city to-day. Miss Flaglei is at present staying with the family of a physician in the immediate tieigliboihood, where'she win 1-inain until her parents return to their own home. Frequenters ot Riverside Park, the prin cipal summer resort of Alexandria, neat Mt. Vernon, were treated to a free-fiir-all fight at 4 p. m. yesterday that resulted in Alexandrians carrying away with them cut heads and bruised faces. The men injured were Le Roy Beach, a tiuner, who lives on Prince street, near Lee; Robert Evans, No. C07 South Lee street; John Evans, bis brother, of No. 424 Fairfax street. ' -, H- L. E. Burkardt, for nearly a quarter or a century gate-keeper at the entrance to the passenger trains at the B. & P. depot, died at 2 p, m, yesterday at bis home with his sister, on Ohio aenue, bear Fourteenth street southwest. Mr. Burkhardt was 73 years old, and had lieen sick about two months with a complication ot diseases. While the consolidation oT the two great government; gun plants or the Army at Watervlelt, N. T., and or the Navy at Waslrlngton has been suggested, the in dications at present, are that the proposition will not be carried out. George Wise, nineteen years old, or No. 2611 P street northwest, employed as hill-horse boy by the Metropolitan Rail way Company, was thrdwn from a horse at the corner of Nineteenth and K streets northwest at about ll'.OO o'clock yester day, resulting In a baoly dislocated -left shoulder. R. S. Shepherd, a mototman, who lives at AnacOstla, was treated last night at the Emergency Hospital by. Dr. Furlong fdr a badly contused band and lacerated fingers. The honor of lending the labor hosts as chief marshal on labor's national holiday has been conferred upon Mr. James F. McHugh, the presiding officer of the Dis trict Federation, and the privilege of oc cupying the right of the line is conceded to the Horseshoer s organization. The proposed portion of the route by way ot Four-and-a-half street to Pennsylvania avenue was stricken out, and First street substituted, leaving the programme In most respects as it was last year. Thomas J. Taylor, whose sentence to bang on July 26 fur killing his wife last September was" commuted to life Imprison ment by President Cleveland, was taken to Albany -prison at 12.01 a. m. to-day over the B. & O. railroad. He was ac companied by Chaplain of the Watch E. S. RansdeiL Mr. Fincb, or the Depart ment of Justice, who teemed Ashamed of bis connection with the affair and would not give bis same, and on or two news paper men. His departnre was Hurried against the wlshe of Warden Leonard, and his son and private Secretary, Harry Leooard, and to meet toe views of some authority, the nature of which could not be' accurately ascertained. It- was Assistant Warden Busk woo Insisted that the removal should take place without r nrther delay, although only seven days have elapsed since the day set for the execution. ilr. Taylor did not get a chance to say good-by to bis little daughter and was de prived ot many of the privileges usually accorded lasuch cases iu civilized communi ties. - f r i . . . 3li$lr- -KvM4r: Ss SS?. S -. 7. , IJtwirW '-J-TiriTiiriirfllfiTrsTfMiil 1 .".