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THE WASHXETGrTOST TIMES, THITJRSDAT, JULY 4, 1895.
n Per Per Word Per Word Per word Per Word Per Word .Word No advertisement less than 10s. I No ndvertiscmen cnt less than I0& No advertisement less than 10a No advertisement less than 10a. No advertisement less than IO2. No advertisement less than 10a No advertisement less than lOo. AX AUSTRALIAN TOWN. Tliu Railway That Wn- toTluvoilnde tin Kin nieces' Fortune, titttekk' o sleek imv; and leading other wif-y of udjoinin;; townships ly their com mercial prosperity. Hitherto the pros perity had hccii of the quiet lypiclureMnio gratefully on a placid, undulating land boajie pd om in varied tints of green. Bays the WeotmiHstcr Review. Sleek 1 horn. are roHing 011 verdant slopes that ' kieg Urn 14m? waves; dark "coral" trees, j order; fat farmers, jog-trotting down the 1 As wo look away from tlicchrf.dazedwith da, tieeome faMiionaUu and excite the HprejKUug like cedars, crown the heights j here and thoie, while gleaming villas j anil oauaKes, clustered amid luxuriant foNasc, jwk'fiiiahly suggest a Normandy. , village lown in the hollow lies Uie lit tte twa proper, trim, -white, about the ' e of a labk'-cJoili. Yet the iniuialure j place has pretenMons of its own and jiibtl- 1 Tics tliem by supporting three doctors, -hevfH demists, half a Cozen well appoinu-d f hotel6 aad an imposing postoffice, which if, an attempt al Italian aichitecture all tangil4e consequonces of tliose "great ex pectauonfe" whicJi Kiama and it, railway have so far failed to realize. That, rail- , way -was to have made the fortune of the j Kiamefee. J hnd liulM-rto brought tliem in contact witli the outer world; tliey piopoccd to cut al eoer and drunk with ozone. Uie eye rests . tiny hali.r aud diminutive Mi amers which r howse. iiunnicr-ladcH, deposited pats of J At ooa as us advent was announced i tliey Jook-d wuh profound disdain on the t fiwoet butter aud snowy eggs on Uie Sydney j steamer- and then, leeiing tliat life, with 3 n la-weekly packet to rejoice over, was full of zest, gathered in groups to inter view sum y arrivals and discuss city news greaUy to tlie advantage of Uie obsequious pitfiticaN. Hut Uie railway was to change all Uit-, tlie railway was to make Kiama its terminus, to shower daily papers and gay visitors ou Uie little town and turn Sleepy HoHow iuto a econe of bustling ucUvtty. As it happened. U10 railway did nothing of the kind; it fchot ahead to its present terminus. Seirra, utterly iguoring Uie tiv claims of Sleepy Hollow Tlie farmers ceaed to amble down with tlieir market baskets, but the visitors came not, nor the bustle, and tlie day is far distant when tlie Sydney paterfamilias shall bring his oftve brandies, wiUi tlieir spades aud pitciw, to the sore discomfort of the dreamy idler. Meanwhile Kiama makes Uie rkm of its feckly aucUon wliere horses and buggies are sold at the foot of Uie ligtohouM- hill, and of its oue yearly dis sipation Uie agricultural show held on Uie heights behind Uie towu. A HO OSIER TRAGEDY. Tlio rutrolmen Kid Vnllunt Service Tor u Little Dos. A few nights ago a -wildly excited in dividual rushed up to Patrolmen Bhort xidge and .More, who run what is known as the Thirteenth A district, says the Indianapolis Sentinel. Tlie man told thetn that Foiueone had fallen iuto the river and "was slowly drowning at the Michigan street bridge. The officers made great haetc to reach the place and -when they arrived they iscdovered that the words of the man were tree. Something was in the water nouiHlering around, and a human cry cnikc from the depths. The water is from twelve to rourtecn feet deep at this point, ami alter wymg 111 various ways to reach the object, and toeing unable to do so, ShortrKlge ran to the nearest tele phone, and, calling up the police head quarters, wanted to know what to do. "Doss" Shaffer was on duty, and after hearing his fetory advised him to strip off and swim out after the person. Short ridge replsed that he was unable to swim and besides he was afraid be would cntcli his death of cold. "Never mind the cold," rcplictl Shaffer; "when a human life is at stake you eUonid stp for nothing.' "Hut I might get diowned myself," re plied Sbortndge. "I think the best thing to do Is to get a boat and go after hun in that way." "AH right." replied Shaffer, "but for the l-ove of God hurry up. A person can't Urocele in the water all night." StiartrHlgedropped the reeeiverand rushed out of the place at a 2-10 gait. He fol lowed toe river for several hundred yards lWow lie found a boat and when he did so he brake the lock and started toward Uie bridge. Oil the way he pickci up Moore, who had become alarmed and was starting to hunt taini. "Vnien Uie officers drew near they hetrd the splashing. 'Thank God, we are i time," said iloore; "paU harder! Poor fellow, he mast be warty exhausted by ihis Unie." Ttoe oars fairly groaned under the great weigtat thelusty policeman was putting on them and as the boat shot past the strug gling object More pui oat his hand ami grjsied not a human heart, bat Uiat or a pug toc. TIh? dog had a string of sleigh li is elre-it his neck aud hait he appearance of having bsen simie lady darling. When Hoore tried to pull him into the boat he found ttiai he was unable to do o, because the annual was lied 10 something on the lMHtom of tlie river. Slowly he pulled the object t tlie surface, and when it was ex posed t view, lie diNfovered (but it was a waai-boffler fiHed with bricks. The rope was cut and ihe dog was saved. The officers earned him to the shore, where they gave vent to their feelings by a beautiful flow of language seldom lieard coming from the mouths of even policemen. A man named Myers wanted ihe dog and the officers made hint a pneseiit of it. On the way to the police taUn next morning they decided to nay iKKlimg to their broUier officers about the rescae, but Shaffer gave it away. THE TKll'LE SO.V1EHSATXT. Jolin TTorland Threw It, lint Otliers llrolio Tlieir XeciN. I saw John "VVorland d'i the triple somer sault InXew Haven in 188-i. and he told me the whole siory of Uie act and of the many men who have tried to do it, says Harper's Round Table. The first man to attempt it waa performer inTau Aniburgh'scircus, in M.tfiile, iu 1S42 He broke his neck. VT. J. IIbl8 made tiro attemptln London In 1845 and was instantly killed. The next one was John Anioor. He had been successfully turning a double aud was tlie original in accomplishing it over four" horses. He tried to do a triple at the Isle of "Wight 111 1869, turned twice.landedoxi his lorebead and broke his neck. Sttulit-niitart became dissatisfied with (he double-somersnult feat and was anxious to do a triple lie did it at Toledo in 1870, making a high leap, turned twice and a halt. nlight-d on Uie broad of his back aud was disairted for some time. Billy Dulton aeoiMupl whed the feat at Elkhorn m 1800, but lie never made another attempt Tlie only man, living or dead, that ever nceoH.tlisbcd Uie feat successfully was John "Woriand . the man 1 saw. He threw a triple somersault six limes from a spring board. The first lime he attempted it was at St. Louis in 187-1. He made three trials, twice over five horses, landn.g on his back. At lb" Udrd attempt he landed on his feet. TiMMWxitimehcaccomplJflhedlhefcatwas when I saw himatNewHavenin 18S1. The mayor of 1 lie city and many newspapermen were present. First a performer ran down the board and turned a single somersault; tlien anoUier man followed and turned a double; after which IVorlaud ran down the board and threw a triple somersault, land ivg oh a lied on his feet as straight as an r.trow. It has seldom occurred Uiat auy man (s done a triple somersault hpforea circus audienoe afiei due nimounement, but there is 110 doubt about "VVorland's act. It was duly announced by the ringmaster and hun dreds of people saw him do it. ?G.00. Weekly Seashore Ex- SH.O0. our.sionsvIaleniLsylvaiilalluilroad. Every Friday and Saturday until Au gust 31. inclusive, the Pennsylvania rail road will sell for the 10 a. in. and 11a.m. trains excursion Uckets to Cape May, Atlantic City and Sea Isle City, at rate of $5.00, good returning until following Tuesday. Got your Cabinet Photo Tre, SrECLVL XOTICES. REINHARDTS SILK HOUSE 710 7th st, iiw. Closes nil day July 4. July and August, G p. m.; except Sat urdays, 7 p. m. Early closing has much improved our business. It WASHINGTON, D. C, July 1, 1895. By mutual conscut the firm of "Weston & Marshall, conducting a laundry business at ICos. 2111-13-15 F street northwest, Washington, D. C, has been dissolved. AH bills ducreaid firm are payable to T. Hill Marshall, and all ncounts against said firm should be presented to him. C. 0. WESTON, T. HILIi MARSHALL. Washington, 1. C , June 14, 1895. To all whom it may ciuicern: The commission crea ted by section 2 of public act No. 114, ap proved March:!, 1893, ha-srezcivedrromthe Commissioners of the District of Columbia a certified copy of a map showing the proposed permanent system of highways In the District of Columbia within tho area bounded by North Capitol street, liock Creek, Florida avenue, and the Dis trict line. This map and plato showing in detail how each lot and tract is afrected by the proposed system of highways aro now on exhibition iu the office of tho Commissioners of the District of Columbia. All persons interested arc invited to examine - the map and plats. This commission will consider any sug gcsUon or-proiest concerning the location of any highway or portion of .1 highway as shown oh the map. The suggestions and protests must be in writing and must clearly set forth the reasons for the -changes, aud show the property owned or controlled by the objector. All protests, etc , must, be submitted on or before July 15, 1895, and be addressed to the Chief of Engineers, United States Army, War Department, Washington, D. C. This Commission will meet August 1, 1895, at 9 o'clock a. in in Uie office of tho Secretaiy or War, to dispose of all objec Uons, aud will then hear orally from those who desire to Uius support Uielr writteu objeoUons. DANIELS. LA MO NT. Secretary of War. HOKE SMITH, ' Secretaryof thclnterlor. WM. P. CRAIGHILL. Chief of Engineers, U. S. Army. SOUSES papered from $20.00 up in mst-elass paper; rooms, $1.50 up. CHARLES N. EVANS, 222 13th St. sw. je29-7t S!?ECULXi NOTICE The annual meeting of the stockholders of Uie Va tionnl Union Insurance Co., of Wathington, for the election of directors, will be held at the office of tlie company, 9 IS F street nw., on Monday, July 8, 1895. Pollsopen from 1 to 2 o'clock p. m. NOBLE I). LARNER. Secy. Je29-4t LEGAL XOTICES. IN the Supreme Court of Uie District of Columbia William L. Peabody, executor of the last wjllaudtestamentorNehcmiahCobb.vs.The Board, of Education of the Presbyterian Ctiu rch in the United States of America, etal. Equity 1G.522. On motion of complainant by his solicitor, Mr. W: W. Millan, it is this 3d DAY OF JULY, 1895, oidered that the defendants, Uie Board of Education of Uie Presbyterian Church in the United States of America; Board of Home Missions of therresbyterian Church in tle United States of America; the Boardof Foreign MissIousofthePresbyterlan Church Iu the United States of America; the Board ofUieChurch Erection Fundof the GeneralAssemblyofthePresbytcrianChurch jutho United States of America; the trustees of the Theological Seminary of Au bum in the in the State of New York, aud the American Missionary Association, cause tlieir appear ance to be entered herein on or before the first rule day occurring forty days after this day, otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as in case of default. T'uj objeqj. ofuhls suit is to obtain a construction of the will of Nehemiah Cobb, deceased, to sell the real estate of which he died seized , and determine the respective rights of Uie defendants in the proceeds thereof. Provided that a copy of this order be published 111 the Washington Law Reporter and The Washington Times once a week for Uiree successive weeks previous to said daw ( By the Cou rt) E. T . BING II A M , Chief Justice. True Copy. Test: J. R. YOUNG, Clerk, etc. By M. A. CLANCY, Assistant Clerk. rilOPOSALS. FROIGSIiS r'OIt BUILD ing materials-Office Public Build ings and Grounds, War Department, Wash ington, D. C . June 19, 1895 -Scaled pro posals in duplicate will be received here until 2 p. m , SATURDAY. JULY 6, 1895, for materials for building at United States Government Printing Office as follows Class 1, ait stone work; rlass 2, window aud door frames, window sash and doors. Separate proposals are desired for each class. Right is reserved to reject auy and all proposals. Forms and specifications can I' obtained here. JOHN M. WILSON, Col. Engineers. U. S. A. je24.25,2G.27-jy4.5 LOST. STRAYED from home Sunday, 30th, Scotch and skye terrier; ears and tail cut: answers to name of Sport. Reward if returned to owner. Gt 1 Ft. ne. jy2-3t STORAGE. STORAGE-For furniture ami house hold goods, 7 5c load. Place best lo cated In town. Call or address Chas Baum, 3l49thsLnw. je.l4-lm. HOTEL DIRECTORY. ROOMS 50 iMtosia5iion -BY WEEK water, heat. and bolls and recall bells iu every room. MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, 213 iyA st nw. mySO-tf EBBITT HOUSE. Washington, D. C. II. C. BimCH. Manager. EDUCATIONAL. NOHWOOD INSTITUTE. WASU1NGTON, D. C. Tlio Fourteenth session will open Tuesday, October 1st. Address AIRS. WM. D. CAHELL, I'rinoipal. Five Miles Up to a Snowstorm. There is little to suggest a snowstorm in the appearance of the aerial curls and feathers that are named by meteorologists cirrus clouds, but Dr. A. Benson, during his recent lofty balloon voyage in Germany, passed through a cirrus cloud at a height exceeding five miles and a half, and found that it consisted of small but perfectly formed flakes or snow, it was a little snowstorm floating high in the sky. If it had descended earthward it would have been turned iuto mist or rain. During tills voyage, which was one of the most extraordinary Tialloon trips on record. Dr. Benson attained a height of nearly six miles. He would undoubtedly have lost consciousness asMr.Glaisherdidinhisstill lortierasccut many years ago if he had not resorted to an expedient which reminds one of the ingenious devices or some of Jules Verne's extraordinary heroes. Dr. Benson carried with him bags of oxygen, and breathed this gas, mingled with air, after be had attained a height where the atmosphere was too light for comfortable respiration. He found that above 2G.000 feet he could not dispense witli the use of oxygen from the bags. The temperature at the highest point that he attained, 31,490 feet, was about C4 degrees Fahrenheit below zero. If at this lime he had floated over the world's loftiest mountain, Mount Everest, In Uie Himalayas, he would have been nearly 2,500 feet above the highest point of that tremendous peak. Youth's Companion. Get 'jour CQblnet riioto Fsee. PERSONALS. TrSOOEINGCOUGEC--lIarbaugh'5i Whooping Cough Syrup; sure and speedy cure;for sale by druggists. Depot, 4 1-2 and Md. ave. sw. GEO. WOOLDKIDGE. Proprietor. Je30-7t J. T. WALKER SONS, 204 10th st. nw., carpet lining, felts, fire brick and clay, asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement, two aud three-ply looting mutenul. ;ipr2l-lmo BUSINESS CHANCES. FOR SAIjE Cheap cigar store. 12U F st. nw. jy3 -3 1 .A. WEL tj-SSTABLISHED build ing and loan association, ofiiccrcd by sound and prominent citizens, finding that tho demand for money ou gilt-edged se curity greatly exceeds its income, desires to increase, its directorate with a party who can furnish some capital. The posi tion will pay a good salary and net divi dends exceed 10 per cent, per annum. Ad dress BUSINESS, this office. jy3-3t BEST 15c. meal in city. jy2-7t 931 E St. nw. WAWTBD-By registered plumber, a partner who can furnish a small amount of capital to start business and is acquainted with local architects and build ers. Address PLUMBER, this oflico. jy2-3t FOR S .A-jLE One of the best equipped cafes, loci ted in the heart of the busi ness center; reasons for selling, owner has other business. Address OPPORTUNITY, this office. tf A. BARE chanco for activo man, with S100 cash, for full partnership in es tablished cash business; profits 500 per Cfiil; best city reference. Address THRIFT, this offic". jy2-2t WANTED-Parly to invest small amount in our enterprise and get rich; absolutely safe. Address ENTERPRISE, this office. je30-7t FOR SAJLE Will be sold at a sacri fice, stock tin bulk) and fixtures of the Columbia Clothing Company. 941 Fa ave. nw. je20-tf tffffi ness who STJMMEIt HESOHTS. COLTON on the Potomac, Md. The most delightful salt water resort near Washington. Finest table and best beds on the river. Run by owners this season. Sterling attractions engaged. No pains and expense spared to render it a first class resort for business men, journalists, and their families. Rates, $1.50 per day; reductiou by the week or month. Steamers Arrowsmith and Wakefield daily. Je22-lm HOTEL TASOMA, North Tacotna, D. 0., Now Open. Jel5-lm WALTER BURTON. DEER PARK AUD OAKLAND, On tho Crest of ths Altcghcn'.oa. (Main Lino B. & O. B, R.) SEASON OPENS JUNE 22nd. 1895. Rates $60, $75 and $90 a month, accord ing to location. Furnished collages, with facilities for housekeeping, if desired, $450 to $G00 per season. Address GEORGE D. DeSHIELDS, Manager. Cumberland, Md. FRESH, cool air, Mt. Airy notel on the blue Ridge; elevation 1.G00 feet; fine scenery; pure mountain water; 2 1-2 hours on the W. & 0.; 40 minutes ride from Round Hill; terms $1.50 per day, $7 to $10 per week; $30 to $40 per month; come and see or write for descriptive circular to L. 0. HAMMERLEl', Round Hill, Va. je25-7t COUNTRY HOAJRD. PERSONS wlBhing comlort, rest, and good board, address Mrs. BETTIE COVERSTON, Front Royal, Va. It PItOPOSALS. PROPOSALS for constructing water closet Washington Barracks, D. C, July 1, 1895. Scaled proposals in tripli cate will be received here until 12, noon, AUGUST 1,1895, and thenopencd, for con struction of a water closet building, in cluding plumbing, according to plans and specifications to be seen hero. Full infor mation can be had on application to IRA A. JHAYNES, first lieutenant Fourth Ar tillery, A. A. Q. M. ;y2,3,4,5,24,25 MUSICAL. DANCING-Pupils desired by lady teachers at their private residence; $1 any hour; 6 lessons $5; refs. Addrefs Xor live days, DESIRED , this office. fr3-3t V Sil I : rT9w-.-.r& wmwcm mm lost PERSONALS. DR. FERDINAND AGUILERA, dentist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Columbian universities, has moved to 927 9th st. nw. Prices reasonable. Work guaranteed for ten years. jy4-3t SPECIAL ATTENTION Riven to diseases of eye, ear, nose, throat, rheumatism, indigestion, and all chronic diseases; also diseases of children; con sultation free. JDK. GRAY, 1407 New York avCj , jy7-10-14-17 TEE customs and habits of modem ro ' clety are tho 'cause of many of the nervous and female f roubles of Washing ton women. It lsa well-known fact that not one in one hundred murried women is perfectly healthy. 'Constant aches and pains kill every ambition, and an Invalid homo Is never a perfectly happy one. By a new and successful treatment, Dr. Brooke, of 218 Tlfird st. nw., is curing cases of FEB AX.E AND NER VOUS BISORiBER where the fam ily physician had failed. His prices are reasonable and consultation and advice aro free. Hours, 9 to 11 a. in., 2 to 5, 7 to 8 p. m. 218 Ad st. nw. jc21-tf "LET this appeal to your understanding." Wo want you to know that We sell ele gant suits that are custom made, the least bit worn, at thelowestriguresyou overheard of. JUSTUS" OLD STAND, G19 D St. nw. je25-7t MME. ESTELLE tells all the events of lire in German and English; hours. 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.; 25 and 50 cents; cures nil cases of running or dry sores. 013 19th St. nw. Je29-lra ALICE How lovely in you telling mo about those CO visiting cards for 25a that Harry Park is printing at 920 F St.; also other printing cheap. FRED. jol2-lm EGYPTIAN GYPSY Seventh daughter or the seventh generation; can cure diseases, as well as tell fortunes; she can take off spells and cause to marry, as well as tell 3011 the past and future; persons calling at the tent, next to Tail road, willaskfor MADAM BURNETT. Take Eckington and Soldiers' Home cars. m$ rbody reads Times in order to with the times reads 10 9 Liner ads busi men women keep house peopli have nione peop want help peopl articles people want to lbuy or trade. PERSONALS. DR. TAYLOR. 90G F st. nw., makes full sets of teeth for $5; satisfaction guar anteed; teeth extracted without pain; gold filling, $1; amalgam, 50c. jel3-3m G OIKG to get married? My wedding in vitations are a levelation in the print er's att; fully equal to engraving and one third the cost: seeing is believing. HARR5T PARK, 920 F. jel2-lm IiADIES needing confidential treat ment. A safo and sure relief in all female trouble, coustipation, irregulari ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, tistuln, etc. Separate looms for patieuts before aud during confinement, and find homes for infants if required. Strictly confiden tial. MRS.DR.RENNER.1G Fourthst.ne. near TD. Capitol St., Washington, D. 0. je3-tt Harry Park, printer, 920 F.,nuf ced. PROF. CLAY oldest established ad vertising clairvoyant, medium and for tune teller in this city, removes ail your troubles; tells from cradle to grave; ad vice on business, lovo affairs, losses or matrimonial adventures; unites separated and causes speedy marriage with one you lovo by proper advice. Call and be con vinced that I can work a case quicker than auy medium you ever met. Fee, GO cents. Hours, 10 to 9; open Sunday. 489 H St., bet. 4 1-2 and 6th st. sw. OUR Greatest Medium and Spiritual Mother, MARiT GORDON, Who tells you all things and prescribes a proper remedy for your trouble, can be consulted at her parlors on all affairs of life. 1109 G ST. NW. AL WA 1TS AT HOME. jy2-lmo ASE you a candidate for President? If so come down and get a first-class custom-made suit; the uieast bit worn," at a figure that has no' parallel in town. See that you do. JUSTH'S OLD STAND. G19 D st. nw. jy2-7t THE 3-DAYS' CURE- For men. This remedy cures in 3 days or no charge. Consultation free. DR. McKEE HAN, 716 12th st.,nT. jy2-7fc DIVORCES obtained in four months without publicity; business strictlv confidential; term's reasonable; for full particulars, call or address Rcjtam 6, Typo graphical Temple., ' . jyl-14fc Harry Park, printer 9 20 F., nuf ced. Just opened. Scientific mis. tafeV, vnpor, plain and sea taK baths; magnetic treat ment: restful aud curnlivn. 8 a. m. tc9p.ni. Mmc, Burnett, 512 Est. nw 5p7-tt HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED-Energetic Manager; Wash inglon branch office. RAILROADER, this office. jyl-3t WANTED-A neat willing colored boy; must understand house-work and wait ing on table. 1012 12th st. nw. . It WANTED-Three or four young men who will hustle to secure advertisements for a historical work of importance; good commission allowed. Address, at once. BUSINESS, this office. jy4-3t WANTED- Ladic$ to learn Mrne. Washington's dress cutting system; price reduced one-half for the summer months; mothers should send their daugh ters and have tliem fitted to take good positions after learning. At G04 12th st. nw. ,ie30-7C SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE. WANTED-Summer engagement as coaching teacher or chaperone; best references. Address C. C, this orfice. jyl-2t WANTED-Placo as chambermaid or cook in small privato family. Ad- dress 1412 1st, nw. jy3 3t VANTED-Washing aud irouing to do at home. 312PBt.nw. je2-3t SITUATIONS yv ANTED MALE. W ANTED -College graduate wishes evening work; teaching, clerical work, proof-reading, auditing. Address 25, this office. Jy3-5t W ANTED Situation as driver by a respectable German man; references can bi shown. Address "GERMAN DRIVER," this offjeo. Jy2-2t W ANTED-Position as shipping or re ceiving clerk. Addres3 HOLLAND . this office. Jy2-3t WANTED ROOMS. GENTLEMAN and wire wish un furnished rooms with board m private familv; pennauant; prompt pay. This oKlco." jy4-3t the be up the who HELP "WANTED FEMALE . WAKTED By reliable woman, place as cook in private family; don't object to leaving city. Call at 124S 20th st. nw. jy4-3t WANTED-A saleslady to sell Gros Cup's Face Bleach; something newanda great seller. Apply after 9 a. in., WILL H.. GR08-CUP, Thorn Buikliug, eo. cor. 12th and F sts. nw. Jy4-3c W A NTED-Nurses, out of town; two hotel cooks, chambermaids, three res taurant waiters. More places than we can fill every day. D. 0. AGENCY, 1001 G st. nw. It WANTED Dressmaker, to sew for a store. Call 1744 7th st. nw. jy3-3b WANTED-Experienced female laun dry hands at 14th st. steam laundry. 1817 14th st. nw. jy3 3fc "WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. CHANCE to make money I will give 50c. for every' Qt- customer of niilk; steady customers. 751 Sth st. fc. ;jy4-7t FOB SAHE A full leather top phae ton; first-class condition; -cheap. 455 Now York ave. ayi-3t IF YOTJ WANT TO SELL YER BIKE bring it here; new and second-hand bi cycles told on commission. BASEMENT, G02 F st.nw. jy4-7t WANTED-A good horse and two seated driving outfit. Address C. W. E . , this office. j y4-3 1 WAWTED-A partner with $1,000, to manufacture a patent article of merit. Call 426 2d st. sw. jy4-3t YOUNG lady wants experienced partner in confectionery business. Address STEADY, this office. jy2-3t i WANTED-To buy Eomo second glasses; not less than three-quarters of au inch thick; need not conform to any special size. Sond length, width and prico to No. 1241 32d st. Jy2-3t I WANTED-We can sell you any kind or sewing machine that is made. New machines from $15.00 up. Second-hand machines from $5.00 up. Machines repaired from 50c. up. Machines reuted. Send us a postal. THE ENTERPRISE S. M. CO., 334 Pcnn. ave se. Wanted Try Rubber Roof Paint. WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE. And charpe only for paintlnp; trork guar ant eed NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO , 1023 8th nw FOR RENT TYPE-yyniTEK. WANTED Bargains In typewriters; rent ed at reduced rates, with privilege of pur chase; sold on instalments; perfect machines; cuoranteod. 011 7th st. nw. mar23-Sm itllfi mm ya&gk e who iOew 23Je!CA le who fAwm e who rM,r R!-.S'-B5..MtiS.,'V 1 m$Wmrk FOR RENT HOUSES. FURNISHED country home far .rent; cheap if take'ii at "once, and will pay two mouths' rent iu advance. Box 98, Falls Church. Va. It FORRENT 1801 13thst.nw.,aneatly furnished room, withgasaud bath;largo shady lawn; $10 permonth. It FORRENT Or exchange, some nice, new G to S-room houses in Fostoria; 4 mil"s from city; railroad station on tho grounds; high elevation; pure water; no malaria. J. M. II., 915 La. ave. jy4-3t FOR RENT Only $12 for five room and cellar house, with stable, on car line. 2912 7th st. aw. I, CHESTER, room 19, Lawrence building, G15 14th st J3-3t FOR RENT SI 1.30; one new brick house; live rooms; in. 1.; on fith it nw , near colored orphan sylum. Inquire of OWNER, No. 2412 7th bt. nw. jy2-3t FOR RENT A- nicely papered 7-room brick, a. m. 1.; nicely terraced In front with large rear yaTd and stable on alley. Apply to J. D. SULLIVAN, cor. 13th and G nw. je297 $30.00425 Gth st. sw.; gr., a. ra. 1 , andstablo. C.T. Y0DER,G15Est.nw. S3G.GO 314 to 320 N. C. ave. se.; 9r., u. m. i.; new. C. T. Y0DER,G15Est. nw. II 2. 50 U29 7th st. so..5r brick. a T. YODEK. 615 Est. mr. $35. OO 1120 Hth st. nw., 8r. b.; m. L 0. T. YODER. G15 E St. nw. FOR II ENT FLATS. FOR RENT Flats Tor light housekeep ing for small families, a. in. i.; cor. N. Y. ave. and Istst.nw. Inquireofowner, room 10, Lawrence building, G15 11th St. Jy3-3t FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms, second floor, 40 K st, nw.; $10 per month. Address or call ALEX MUNCAS TER, Attorney-at-Law, 482 La. ave. jy4-3t FOR.RENT1 nice size.newly papered room; 1st floor front, at -$5 per month; unfur. Address 500 Gth st. ne. jy3-3t FOR RENT Strathmore Arms, 1 1Q1K 6t.; summer prices; cool rooms with board. M. S. LOCKWOOD jy3-7t FOR RENT Largo furnished front room convenient to departments. Rets. exchanged. 437 New Jerseyn ve. nw. Jy3-3t FOR RENT 1309IlEt.nw.;one large parlor suitable for physician ordentW;; also one large rooraaudtwo smallroomsat summer terms. Jy3-3t FOR respectable colored tenants, 2d or 3d story, single rooms or suites; bath; fur. or unfur.; pleasant; convenient; nice neighborhood; very low rates. 4,17 K St. nw. - jy2-3t FOR RENT Two, rooms, oa second floor. 1S12 14th st.; rent reasonable. Jy2-3t FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished rooms; colored tenants. 312 P Et. nw. ; Jy2-2t FOR RENT 2 or 3 unfur. rooms, light housekeeping. 13141-2 9th st. nw jy2-7t FOUR unfurnished rooms, $12; the entire third floor. 205 A st. se.; just east of new library building. jy2-3t FOR RENT Fur. and unfur. rooms, with or without board; reasonable rates. 1000 8th st. nw. jy2-6t FOR RENT Large, desirable, cool fur. room; centrally- located; will rent cheap to right party. Apply 2d floor, 9 1 2 F st. nw. 1y2-3f FOR RENT The entire 2d rioor, three rooms and bath, only $10, or four rooms and bath, $12. G1P st.nw. jy2-7t FOR RENTKwras fur. and unfur.;very central; five lines of cars; gas, water, bath; large yard. "217 1st st. nw. jy2-7t FOR SALE SUBURBAN. FOHSALE- Lots, at Avery Lodge.con taining an acre or more of land for $50 to $75 each; also ten acres of undivided land adjacent for $500; location, two miles east of Rockville, Md., ou Rock Creek; elevation over 500 feet. Address or caU ALEXANDER MUNCASTER, Attornav at law, 482 La. ave., Washington, D.C. jy4-3t ON ACCOUNT OF AGE AND WISHING TO rotire, will sell grear bargains In tha fol lowing suburban property on tho lino of tho R. fc O. R. R. and the new Electric R. R., and all on the west side of tho B. & O. R. It., and near tho Stations High and healthy. Good water. 200 lots irith from 7.500 to 1S.00O feet in each, of ground high and healthy. 14 acres o land with good buildings and good cold water, high and healthy. C acres of land with 4-rooai house and good cold water, high and healthy. 1G acres of land, lC-roora house and good cold water, very high and healthy. 5 acres of laud no house, hiRh. and healthy. 9 acres of land, no bouse, oak groTe, high and healthy tO or 103 acres of land, plenty of good baild infrs, largo orchards, with an abundance of all kinds of the most choico fruita. 30 lots and also 6 houses, near Charlton Heights station, 3. 6, 7, S and IS and 12 rooms. On easy terms or monthly installments. Inquire of IRANC1S SlIANABhOOKE, Charlton Heights Station. JulO-lm OnIJ.&0. E. It. AUCTION SALES. UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE OF STOCK OF MEN'S CLOTH ES'G. FURNISHINGS, OVERALLS, AND JUMPERS, BOOTS, HATS, UMBRELLAS , TRUNKS , SATCHELS. ETC., ETC.. AT 603 D STREET NORTHWEST. By virtue of a writ of fieri facias issued out of the Clerk's office of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia and to mo directed, I will sell at public sale for cash, at G03 D street northwest, Washington, D. C., on MONDAY, July 8, A. D. 1896, at 10 o'clock a. m. , the following property, to wlf Lot men'sclothing, furnishings, banjos.Tlo lins, shoes, overalls, jumpers, boots, hats, umbrellas, trunks, satchels, etc., siezed and levied upon as the property of Abraham Lippman, and sold to -satisfy execution in case No. 38104 In favor of Louis Sakolskl. ALBERTA. WILS ON, U S Marshal, D.C. JDUNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers. Jo2G-llt(I&d3 FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. BICYCLE FOR SALE-For lady or gentlemau; ouly $25; lamp. Room 4, 91 S F su It FOR SALE-A first-class horse; good driver or worker; fully guaranteed in every respect from owner, HENRY REUTEU, 300 G nw. jy4-3t FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Russian wolf bouud; female; 10 months old, at No. 10 3d st. ne. jv3-3t FOR SALE-A fine-looking driving horse, shitable for light business-purposes, at a bargain; owner has no need for same. Apply basemeut, Gil 7th st. nw. 3y3-3t FOR SALE Several English mastiff puppies; also one great Dane (Bis marck's race). G22 Brewer's Court ne. jy3-3t FOR SALE Coupe and harness, one gray horse, one small black mare; good worker; both good drivers; one cash regis ter; psed about six- months., WILLIAM CARLE Y. 26thnnd I nw. ' jy2-3t FOR SALE-Tto conplett; in good condition. J. B. W., No. 1453 C st, BW. 3y2-7t LAWN' GRASS SEED, fertllizcr;-lnsectl-clde.iBprinklcrs for plants and lawns, mon keys', parrots, canaries, mocking birds, gold fish, dogs, and fancy pigeons. SCHMID'S, 712 12th st. nw., branch 1221 Pa. ave. rnyio-tf MONEY" TO LOAN. IF you want money on bond3, stocks, trusts, loan association certificates, and old line life insurance policies, you must call before July l;no delay. YERKES & BAKER. 3rao 40 to 46. Metzerott BIdg. MONEY-V'e have plenty of money to load on good real estate; very low interest; easy payments Laos made promptly. NATIONAL SA VINGS. LOAN AND TRUST CO , G17 F st nr ;e7-lm "CONCERNING LOANS AND INVEST MENTS" Read this booklet caretuUy before borrowing or investing; call and get a copy free. B. fl. WARNER & CO . 915 F st. nw. m28-3mo MONEY TO LOAN All classes of real eustale loans made with promptness at cur rent ratea. THE McLACHLEN REAL ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, coi ner 10th and G rtreets nw. niytf. nTOMErV TOLOANIN lYiVlll- I ANY St'MS DESIRED At 5 and 8 percent WALTER H. ACKER, 70t llta st. air npEF-Sm M ONSY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. LIFB OF BOKROVEK INSURED For amount advanced; etsj payrasnts; about equal to rent. R. L GOODMAN, ap3J-3mo COS 13th at nxr. HK. FULTON'S LOAN OFFICE. 1213 PA. art a. tt. Established tn 1S70. 3Iony loaned on watches, diamonds, jewelry, aUrar ware, etc Special ba.rzshi3 la watches, jwelry, ndUverware. leSOSmo MISCELLANEOUS. INTERNATIONAL detective service; consultation free; terms mod erate; nw. cor. 13th and F 6ts.; telephone 2G0; Baltimore office 102 N. Charles sU jy3-3t JUST RECEIVED Fine lot young Cu ban parrots, guaranteed to talk; also monkeys, canaries, mocking birds, gold fish, dogs, and fancy pigtons. SCHMID'S. 712 12th st. nw., branch 1221 Pa. ave. mylO-tf ffpHEREARE OTHERS' IN THE PRINTINa JL business, but fow concerns like Tho Law Reporter Company, of 513 Fifth etre&t north west You'll Cadi: a positive relief to trad there. Doit 1L W. MOORE, ilr. STEAMBOATS. NORFOLK AND WASHINGTON STEAMBOxVT CO. By Dayllslit to Fortre.- Monroe mid Norfolk. By tlio Powerful New Palace Steamer "Newport News." In addition to the regular daily nighb servicebysteamersNorfolkandWashington. The new steamer, Newport News, com mencing on July the 4ih. Ife95. will bo placed on the muie by daylight on the fol lowing schedule Will leave Washington on the morning of the 4th. at S o'clock sharp, arriving at Old Point at 5 30 and Norrolk at 6 30 p. m Returning, leaves Norfolk at S p. ni , and Old Point at 9.30, after the fireworks, and arrives in Washington at 6.45 next morning. After July the 4th the following schedule will be in effect during the months of July and August- Will leave Washington onFridaymorning, July the 5th. anil every Sunday. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at S a. m . arriv ing at Fortress Monroe at 5.30 and Norfolk at 6 30 p. m Returning leaves Norrolk on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, as 7:45 a. m , and Fortress Monroe at & 30 a. ru , arriving In Washington at G:45 p m. On the Sunday trips from Washington the setamer returns fame night. leaving Norfolk at 8, and Fortress Monroe at 8 45 p. m., arriving in Washington next morning at 7 o'clock. If desired passengers can go In either directionby daylight and returnononeof the regular night steamers. Washington or Norrolk, on same day only. Fare for the round trip, S3.50 All Uckets by day steamer v ill nocbe honored for return pass age unlessu" edonorbeforethe folio wingmormng after date stamped on back. Connections made at Norfolk by the day and night sieaniers with the elegant steamers or the Old Dominion Steam tup Conipanv. forNew York and tbeS'immer re sorts or the East, and with the Merchants and Miners steamers for Boston and Provi dence; with the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail road at Old Pome for Richmond awl the West; at Norrolk with Seaboard Air Line for Raleigh. Charleston, and Atlanta; with the Norfolk aid Western Railroad. the Norfolk and Carolina, and Norftok aDd Southern, and with the Virginia Beach and Ocean View Railroads. Steamers Norfolk and Washington will continue regular night schedule as here tofore, leaving Washington everv evenmgr in th ye.ir rrom the wharf, foot of Seventh stner. at 7 p. m. Tickets on sale at corne r New York avenn e and Fifteenth street northwest, and at 1421 G19. and 513 Pennsylvania avenue north west. All other information desired will ba furnished on application to the under signed, at the companv's wharf, foot of Seventh street. Telephone No 750. JOHN CA LLA HAN. General Manager. RAILROADS. RAILROAD. STATION CORNER OP siXTH AND B bTREETi In Ff feet June 2S. 1S33- 10:23 A M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED-PatJ. man !ee;!c Dims?, Smoking', and Obser vation Cars liarnsburg to Chicago Cincin nati, Indianapolis, bt Loots. Cleveland, and Toledo. Bullet Parlor Car to Harrisbnrs. 20:30 A. M. FAST LINE. Pullman Buffet Par lor Car to Hamsbursr. Parlor aad Dinuj Cora, Harrisbur to Pittsburg. :40P.il. CIlICilGUANDsT. LO CIS EXPRESS. Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Harriaburs. EleopiBg and Dining Caw. Harrisburgtoas. Louis. Cincinnati, Louisville, and Chicago. 7:10 P. JJ. WJTEKN KSl'KEbS rlllniaa Sleeping Carlo Chicago, and Harriaburj; ta Cleveland Dining Car to Chicagu 7:10 P. M. SOUTH- Wfc&TERX EXPRESS. -Puff-man Sleeping and Binine Cars to St. Louis, and Sleeping Car Harrwhnrj; to CincinnatL 10:10 P. JL PACIHCEXFREbb Pullman Sleep ing Car to Pittsburg. 750 A. M. for Kr.n. t'anandalgua, KochestiSi and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday. 10:SO A JL lorFJmlra and Renova, dally, except Sunday. For Wilhamsport daily. 3t0 P. JL 7:10 P. JL for Wltlianwport, Rochester, BuSalo, and Niagara FalU daily, except Saturday. TTlth sleeping car Washington to Suspecsioa Bridge via Buffalo. 10:40 P. JL for Erie, Canandalgua. Rochester, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily; sleeping car Washington to Elmira. For Philadelphia. New York, pt'1 th Kits. 40 P. JL "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED." all Parlor Caw, with Dining Car from Balti more. forNew Tork daily, for Philadelphia, week-days. Regular at 703 Dininc Car, 7.29, 9:00, 10.03 (Dlumg Car, tnd 11:00 (Dla Inc Car) a m., 12:13,3:15, 420. 6:40.1030, and 11:25 p. m. On Sunday. 7:03 (Blninff Car, Ti0,!X), 11.03 (Dining Car) a. m.. 12:13, 3:'3. 22.214.171.124:40, 10 CO. and 11:85 p. m. For Phila delphia only. Fast Express 7:50 a. m. week days. xpres3, 201 and 5:40 p ra. dally. For Boston, without change, 7-Jj a. ra. woei day3. and 3.13 p in. daily. Tor Baltimore 6:25. 7:05. 7:20. 7:30, 9:05, 10.00, 10:30, 11:00. and 1150 a. m., Iit3, 2:01, 3:15, 3:40, (4.-00 Limited. 4.-30, 46, 5.4f. 6.03. C:40, 7:10, 10:00, 10:10. 11-15, and 11.33 p. m. On Sundar. 7:05. 7:29, 9:00. 9:05. :0:SO, 11:00 a. m., K:13, 1:13,2:01.3:15,3:10 ,t 33 Limited), 4:20, 5:10, CP.03, 0:19, 7:10, 10:30, U: L, and 11:35 p. m. For Pope's Uroefc Line. 7:20 a. m. and 4:33 p nt. daily, except Sunday. For Anuapolw, 750 and 9:03 a. m., 12:13 and 4:13 p. m. daily, except Sunday. Sunday 4, 9.0J a, ra. and 4:23 p. m. Atlantic Ccast Line. Fxpress for Richmond, Jacksonville, and Tninpa, 4J30 a. m., 3:30 p. m. daily. Richmond aud Atlanta, 8:40 p. m. dolly. Richmond only, 10j7 a. m. tceelc days. Accommodation for Quautico, 7:45 a. m. daily, and 4:23 p. ra. week-da js. For Alexandria. 4 3Q. 6 35, 7.-45, S:t0. 9:43. ZOilZ lluJO a, ra , 12.50. 1:40, 3.20,4:23, 5.-C0, 5:3'. S.t 6.02, 10:10, and 11:39 p ra. On Sunday at L'. 7:45. 9:45 a. m , 2:43. :13, 8.02, and 10:10 p. ra. Leave Alexandria for Wsshington, 8.05, 6!t3,7J3, 80,9:10, 10:15, 10.23 a. in., 10, 2:13, 3.00, 3U3. E;C0, 5:30 6.13, 7.00.7:20, 9:10, 10 .52, andlldB p. ra. On Sunday at G:tJ, 9:10, 10.23 a. ra., 2.13, 6:30, 7.00, 7.20, 9.10, and 10:52 p. m. Seashore Connections For Atlantic City, 9:00 (Saturdays only), 10.-03, 11.C0 a. m. week days, 12:15 and 1L3J p. in. dally. For Cape JTcy, 10.00 a. ra., Saturdays only), 12 15 p. W. week days, and 11:35 p. m. dally. Ticket ofiicea, northeast corner ot 13th3tr9a: and PonnsyIvnla Avenue, and at tho statloa Sixth and B Streets, whero orders can ho left for the chocking of fcagcazo to destination irosa hotels and risideacoA S. 1L PKEV03T, J. R. WOOD, General Jlaaazer General Passenger 5t 5