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THE WASHEC-TOTON TOI3ES, SATUEDAT, JULY G, 1895.
I One Gent Z I Noadvertiscmont I033 than 10a Per Word PER WORD No advertisement less than 10a No advertisement less than 10a. 0il8 COIlf. Word No advertisement loss than 10s. I p. t One Gent & No advertisement less than 102. tIDo buili Word So advertisement less than 10s. llm bml Word No advertisement less than 1 Oa FOR SALE aOSCELliASUOUS. FOR S.A.I1E Fin" boa constrictor; very tj !!. a nice pet for any lady, also monk'VK ami parrots. SCIIMID'S BIRU 6TORL, 712 Z sUw., 122 1 Pa.avc. j j G-5t FOK SALB-Two pool tables at No. DC C liw. Inquire after 12 p. in. It FIRST C3L.A.SS "Jrus store; Rood lo cation; mv.; Tor tale on account of other business. Address QUININE, this orfu jyG-2t FOK SALE-Cheap, a 12-foot Ba teau in splendid condition; can be M-ea a l 2 1 :.5 I st n w , after 5 p in jy-(-3t FOR SALE-A full line ol pioeerips. 725 24th bt. mv. Will sell cheap. jy5-3t FOR SALE-A full leather lop phae ton; ijrbt-clabs condition; cheap. 405 New York ave. Jy-l-3t FOR SALE-A first-class hoise; pood driver or worker; fully guaranteed in every rospect from owner. HENRY REFTER. 300 G inf. Jy4 3t FOR SALE Two couplett; iti sood condition. J. B. W., Ko. 1453 C fct. 6W Jj'2-7t LAWN GRASS SEED, fertilizer, insecti cide, sprinklers for plants and lawns, mon keys, parrot canaries, mocking birds, poid fish, doss, and fancy pigeons. BCHMID'S, 712 12th st. uw.. branch 1221 Pa. ave. myio tf GllASSHOFPEUS 5?l EACH. Tlicy Had Been Trained to Stenl Car TiPkotM Out of the Box. Bobtail cars were all the go in St Louis at one tunc, says the St. Louis Globc DennH rat They were not so popular with the people as with the companies, as they were small and inexpensive affairs, the dr.ver actins in the dual capacity of driver and conductor The faro-box at the forward cud, "with its sctjo- f trap doors and Sionl and buck of glas, wa& supposed to be an efficient device lortheproieutioiioftheconipany'slntciesta. At that time car tickets passed every wbcic aSi'urrfiicy Thepeanut stand's, thesaloons und all retail stores accepted them at their la e value for purchases. The drivers knew this and t-ome of them "noiild evolve schemes to abstract the cov eted tickets after they were deposited by th-1 pascensers m the box This was no ay.mati as the inventor had so fixed its internal arrangeiiienta that robbing the box In a curved wire or any pliable Instrument "v as d.'enied an impossibility. One dnvw took a live grasshopper, lied li- tvu hind legs together to a piece or tlir -ad. to that iie was helpless The in Ki'ino'is'ass wouldtheiipryopensonieofthe h). iii! 114; trap doors with a small stick and bl'iwly M Mr Giabshopper hbde over one dour, through another, and so on down into the b'utoni of the box among the tickets The hopper had the use or his four small legs, and when his master pulled the thread to win hthe insect wafiattached the hopper naturally grabbed hold of oiuc of the tii keis A grasshopper, when secorcd by the hind lo8, will lurid rirnily with his rorelcgb to ati ttiiiig thatconies within reach Assoon as the hopper readied the tickets he was pulled around the angles untie box and out. brnging with him irom one to five or six ti keis Tlie tapping was done at the end of the line or on some loncsoniu part of the road II the fellow -who hatched that scheme had k-pt it lo hlniseir perhaps the railway roiupany would never have discovered his ras alit v This chap had a long liead and tried toniakeallhcPouldoutofhishH'ky find lie went into the wholesale grass li pper b-isincbs He knew lhat grfls,shop pi rs were not to be had in winter, therefore lie laid in a supply lie fed them and look t are ot them "When Jack Frost cleared Uic fields of thechirpershe started ou ton a tour anions the drivers He was carerul aliout Kound'iig his way firt-t and lo those wiio were w lllittg to iie tempted he bhowed how tl) in.k could be dour He had the gias li'.ppersandwoukirurnishthemat SI apiece 33' taking care of the hopper it would lie good ior a week, no matter how cold the weather He plied his trade tviUi Mime b '! '..i'-!- and il evetitually led to his down fall ,'i'Kl a wholesale discharge or drivers on b ral of the liues Tlie YVillnrd Brothers. Directly across the street from the "Wash ington bureau of the Eagle, in a plain three st iry brick Itouee. lives Joe "SVillard, the rich est Ksident of the National Capital. Joe "IVillnrd and his two broUiers, Henry and Oleli haveiiotoknlylivedhererormorethan balfa enUiry, but they havemndetheirenor mous fortitnes right in the District orColum bja The cashier of a local bank recently in formed me that there -were few men in the United Plates who kept as much ready money on call as Joe IVillard; that be had $400,000 on deposit in one bank in this city, and the same amonnt in another financial jiiM.it utioii in New York city. Besides this latge sum in ready cash, he owns blocks of raott valuable real c6tatc in "Washington, uii isestf mated to beworthTrom S7.000.000 t. $10,000,000. It 16 a curious fact that this remarkablo family of Y.'illards have had Tor a long tlmo no business relations with one another. Caleti is worth alwut a million dollars, and Ins brotlier Henry pays taxes on about a million and a hair. Henry "WHUird lives in an ch-gaiil Iwuse on K stieet, near Four teeiiili. and is getting the full enjoyment of tti go.,d things of tills life. His brother ralebf)wn6andlivcslnaveryplcnsanthouee on thi' corner of Fourwiith street and 1. About a year ago, when the estrangement of tin brot Iters Caleb and Joe wasat its height, tin little incident hapjieiied Uiat scr"ed to tlose the breach lietween them. Joe was t.ikeii 6ciiouslj ill. and fears were expressed tiiat lie was iieanng liisewl. As boon as this i.. wsiea-teICalebhibwireiiisistedongollig to iti.- house of thebick brotlier and attend jiig him She did so, and through herdevo tiitii Jte recovered, and since then a more brotherly feeling h6 existed between the two old -time enemies. To Cah4 belongs nearly t he whole of what is prolmWy the nnwit valuable, business block in I lie city. He is the owner of the IJilntt House and all the buildings down on Newspaper Row. He also claims all the 2. iid- on F street, between Fourteenth and Thin-. i-th streets, with the exception of a f raal! M rip only about thi rteen reel wide im mi at. ly adjoining theEbbitt House which jstin piopenyof his brotlier Joe. Caleb has jiri 1'iinr time been endeavoring to buy this hin. 1 11 hit of laitd from his brotlier, but Joo b.ts neiMistetttly refused to bell, preferring to h liil.u!idthusprreventinghishated brotlier from extending and improving his proper! j. Tli' fi-eln between tli6e two men was so very bitter that when Joe went tohis office he li ft t he sidewalk and took to tlie street when pasfsing along in front of the property owned by hiSbroUier. Although I have made num bi rless inquiries I have never been able to find out the cause of the estrangement be tween the "Willard brothers, but rumor liasi t tliat it wa all about a woman. "Washing ton CorresjMMidence Brooklyn Eagle, L,ord Sponcer'n Cont-Talls. In his interesting life and adventures Mr- Sala, tracing back the origin of the hingle-breafited jacket called the Spencer, worn over a tailed coat by a past genera tion, mention two legends. One is that a Cert ..in Lord Spencer, dining alone, went to sleep after copiously partaking of old port, :md being too cloee to tlie fire his coat "was bet alight and the tails burnt orf. Tlie otheribtlialtaecoat-tailsweretornoff. The in an accident while hunting. Lord Spencer, in either case, adopting the curtailed garment as a new fashion. The Spencer v.. actually invented by the grandfather of the present first lord of the admiralty, the second Earl Spencer. As he was almost a teetotaler the port "wine theory is dis posed of, and as he was, like his grandson, a great huntsman there is more probability in the latter account. But we understand I he family archives contain no record on the interesting subject. London News. jsl.25. "ExcurhiontoDtiltlmore $1.25. via Pennsylvania Bailroad. Excursion tif-kots lo Baltimore, Satur day, July 6, and Sunday, July 7, good re turning until July 8, $1.25. Got rour Cf&aa && $ yrencv BUSINESS CHANCES. PARTNER WANTED-Anactive, culenrising young man can find a very rare chance to invest a few hundred dollars with services. Address PaO. box 204. jyG-3t FOR SALE-Cheap cigar store. 1212 F M. nw. jy3-3t AWELL-ESTABLISHEDlJuild-ing and loan absociation, officered by sound and prominent cilizons, finding that the demand for money on gilt-edged be curity greatly exceeds its income, desires to increase its directorate with a patty who can furnish some capital. The posi tion will pay a good salary and not divi dends exceed 10 per cent, per annum. Ad drcss BUSINESS, this office. Jy3-3t BEST 15c. meal in cily. jy2-7t 031 E St. nw. WANTED-Bj' rcgiblered plumber, a partner who can furnish a small amount of capital to Mart business and is acquainted with local architects and build era. Address PLUMBER, thib office. Jy2-3t "WANTED-l'any to invest small amount in our enterprise and get rich; absolutely bale. Address ENTERPRISE, this office. jc30-7t LEGAL NOTICES. No. G775, Doc. 21. ESTATE OF ELIZABETH KA ISER. LATE OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Application having been made to the Supreme Court of the Dibtnct of Columbia, holding Orphans Court, for probate of a last will or raid Elizabeth Kaitcr and for letters testamentary on taid estate, by Miford Fishman. or aid District, this ie to give notice to all concerned to appear in said court on Friday, the 2Gth day of July, A. 1). 115, at 10 o'clock a in , to show cause why such application should not bo granted. Attest. L P. WRIGHT. Bi gister of Wills, D.0. LEON T0BRINER. Proctor for Applicant. No. G70S, Admr. Doc 21 . ESTATE OF MARGARET DAVIS. LATE OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Application having been made to the. Supreme Court or the District or Columbia, holding Orphans' Court, for probate of a last will dated June 2!. Ife9-1, and for letters or administration, etc., on taid estate, by John Day, this is to give notice to all concerned to appear in said court on Friday, the lllth day or July, A. D 1S95, at 10 o'clock a. m , to show cause why such application bhould not be granted. A B HAGNER. Justice Attest: M.J GRIFFITH, Acting Register or Wills, D. 0. BELVA A.L0CKW00D, Proctor for Applicant. Ji2I)JuG&l3 No G040, docket 20 IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DIS TRICT OF COLUMBIA. Holding a special term for orphans court businessT June 21, 1895. In the case of Fannie G. Kittli and Harry M. Schneider, administrators or the estate or Jacob D. Kitch, deceased, the adminis trators aloresaid have, with the approval of the court, appointed Friday, the 19th day or Julv. A D . 1895. at 10 o'clock a in . for making payment aim nisinuuuon under the court's direction and control; when and where all creditors and personsen tltled to distributive shares (or legacies). or a residue, are hereby notified lo attend in person or by agent or attorney duly authorized, with their claims against the estate properly vouched; otherwise the ad ministrators will take the benefit of the law against them Provided a copy of tins order be published once a week lor three weeivS in the "Washington Law Re jKirler" and "Washington Times previous to the said day. Test M J GRIFFITH. Act ne Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. JAMES W GREER. Proctor. je22-4t Filed June 21, 1895. J. R. Young, Clerk. IN THE .SUPREME COURT OF THE DIS TRICT OF COLUMBIA. In the matter or petition of Francis Tovar Tor leave to change his name. Equity No. 1G552. A petition having been duly filed in this court by Francis Tovar, of the Dlstriet or Columbia, wjitreiu he prays that his name may be changed. Notice is hereby given to all concerned to appear in this court on tlie 20th day of July, A. D. 1895. at 10 o'clock a m., to show cause, ir any they have, why tlie prayer in said petition contained bhould not l)e granted. A copy of this notice shall be published in The Washington Times once a week for three buccessive weeks before this said day. W. S. COX, J. True copy Test" J. R. YOUNG, Clerk. By S JENNINGS. Jr., (Seal ) Abst. Clerk. Solicitor for petitioner: "W. A. JOHNSTON. Attorney at Law, 412 Gth st. nw., Washington, D. 0. jc22,29,J6 IN the Supreme Court of tlie District of Columbia William L. Peabody, executor of the last willandtestamentofNehemiahCobb.vs.The Board of Education oT the Presbyterian Chu rch in t he United States pr America, etal. Equity 16,522. Oh motion of complainant by his solicitor, Mr. W. W Millau, it is this 3d DAY OF JULY, 1895, ordered that tlie derendants, the Board of Education of the Presbyterian Church iti the United States of America; Board of Home Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the United"Statcs of America; the Boardof Foreign MissIonsofthePre.sbytenan Church In the United States of America; the Board of the Chu rch Erection Fundof the General Assembly of thePresbylenan Chu rch in the United States or America; the trustees ort he Theological Seminary or Auburn In the in the State or New York, and theAmericin Missionary Association, cause their appear ance to be entered herein on or before the first rule day occurring forty days after this day. otherwise the cause v,ill bo proceeded with as in case or derault. The object or this suit Is to obtain a construction or the will or Nehemlah Cobb, deceased, to sell the real estate or which he died seized, and determine the respective rights of the derendants in the proceeds thereof. Provided that a copy of this order be published in the Washington Law Reporter and The "Washington Times once a week for three successive weeks previous to said dav. (By the Court) E. T BINGIIAM, Chief Justice. True Copy. Test: J. B. YOUNG, Clerk, etc. By M. A. CLANCY. Assistant Clerk. STORAGE. STORAGE-For furniture and house hold goods, 7 5c load. Place best lo cated in town. CalloraddrcssChasBaum, 3149thsUnw. Jc.l-1-lm. nOTEt. DIRECTORY. n n n m o en cents to slm-by week nUUma GU S2.W to SIO. Hot water, heat, oTery room. 8t. nw. MOUNT VERS ON HOTEL, SIS 4 my30-tr EBBITT HOUSE. Washington, D. 0. H. C. BURCH. Managet. Some Sunday Scliool Verso. Concerning who's tlie smallest man, St Peter fills the notch; Because the Bible says of him, He slept upon his watch. The straightestman of ancient times Was Joseph, smooth and slim; Because theKiug of Egypt made A ruler out of him. The strongest man of whom tve know Was Jonah on a tear; For, though the "whale had got him down, IB couldn't keep him there. W. J. Lampton, In lite. SPECIAL NOTICES. Washington, D. O, June 14, 1S95. To all whom it may concern: The commission crea ted by section 2 of public act No. 114, ap proved March 2, 1893, has received from the Commissioners of the District of Columbia a certified copy of a map showing tho proposed permanent system of highways in the District of Columbia within tho area' bounded by North Capitol street, Roek Creek, Florida avenue, and tin? Dis trict line. This mup and plats showing in detnll how each lot and tract is affected by tho proposed system or highways are now on exhibition In the office of tho Commissioners of the Distiict r Columbia. AH persons interested are invited to examlno the map and plate. ThiH commission will consider any bug gestion or protest concerning the location or any highway or portion or a highway as shown ou the map. The suggestions and protests must be in writing and must clearly set forth the reasons for the changes, and 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 Tills Commission will meet August 1, 1895, at 9 o'clock a in , in the orrice of tho Secretaiy of War, to dispose of all objec tions, aud will tlien hear orally from thobo who desire to thus support their written objectious. DANIELS LA MO NT. Secretary of War. 1 HOKE SMITH. '-'" Secretary. ir the Interior. WM P CRAIGH1LL. Chief of Engineers. U. S Army LOST. LOST July 4, shopping bag, containing pocket-book with over $30 and some papers Reward ir lert at 828 5th st ne.; property or u poor widow; owner's name o card. JjG-3t STRAYED from home Stindav, 30th, Scotch and skye terrier, cars and tail cut. answers to name of Sport. Reward if returned to owner, 04 I bt. tie. jv2-3t AUCTION SALES. UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALli OF KTOCK. OF MEN'S CLOTH ING. FURNISHINGS, OVERALLS, AND JUMPERS. HOOTS, HATS, UMBRELLAS . TRUNKS , SATCHELS, ETC , ETC., AT 003 U tiili-.&r NORTHWEST. By virtue (it a writ of fieri raclns issued out of I he Clerk's omce or the Supreme Court or the District or Columbia and to mo directed, I will sell at public sale Tor cash, at 003 D street northwest, Washington, D. C, on MONDAY. July 8. A U. 1800, at 10 o'clock a, m , the following-property, to wit Lot men'sclothiair, furnishings, banjos, vio lins, shoes, overalls, jumpers, boots, hats, umbrellas, trunks, satchels, etc.siezedand levied upon as the piopcrtv of Abraham Lippman, and sold to satisfy execution in case No. 38104 in favor of LouisSakolski. ALBERTA. WILSON, U S. Marshal, D. C. DUNC ANSON BROS., Auctioneers. je2G-lltd&ds SUMMER KESORTS. COLTON on the Potomac, Md. Tho most delightful salt water resort near Washington. Finest table and best beds on the riv?r. 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, Sl.fSO per day; reduction by the week or month. Steamers Arrowsmith and Wakefield daily. je22-lm HOTEL TAKQIVIA. North Tacoma, D. 0., Now Open. jelD-lm WALTER BURTON. DEER PARR AUD OAKLAND, On tho Crest of tho Allcghcnies. (Main Line B. & O. E, E.) SEASON OPENS JUNE 22nd, 1805. Bates $60, $75 and $90 a month, accord Ins to location. FurulBhed cottages, with facilities for housekeeping, it desired, $450 to $000 per season. Address GEORGE D. DeSHIELDS, Manager, Cumberland, Md. FRESH, cool air, Mt. Airy Hotel on tho Blue Ridge; elevation 1,600 feet; fine scenery; pure mountain water; 2 1-2 hours on the W. & O.; 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. O. 5AMMERLE I, Bound Hill, Ya. je25-7fi wil Id iid! mulr Mii, 'mmm fiiifiS HI 1 llli EfSClw jflSpfci lmm hui )U wdHI top 9i IiS if it k In In4m " im0' OgUlill III illyiUi !ttltfllR PERSONALS. PROF. CLAY, olcjcat established ad vertising clairvoyant, medium and for tune teller in this cily, removes all your troubles; tells from cradle to grave; ad vlco on business, love nffairs, 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 qtiickor than any medium you ever met. Fee, 50 cents Hours, 10 to 9; open Sunday. 489 H st., bet. 4 1-2 and Gth st. sw. DR. FERDINAND AGUILERA, dentist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Columbian universities, has moved to 927 9th bt. mv Prices reasonable. "Work guaranteed for ten years. jy4-3t SIBTE. ESTELLE tells all the events or lire in Gennnn and English; hours, i n. m to 10 p. in ; 25 and 50 cents; cures all cases or running or dry sores 913 19th st. nw. jC29 Ira ALICE-How lovely In you telling mo about thoso 50 visiting cards for 25c. that Harry Park is printing at 920 F St.; ulso other printing cheap, FRED. jelS-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 you the past and luturc; persons calling at tlie tear, next to rail road, will ask for MADAM HURNETT. Take Eukington and Soldiers' Home cars. .. ARE you a candidate for Piesldent? It bo come down and get a first-class custom-made hull, the "least bit worn," at a ligtirc that Has no parallel In town. See that you do. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, fiiy D bt. mv jy2-7t FEMALE DISEASES, Nervous irasnnd Chronic Disorders arc cured by Dr. Brooke, of 218 3d st. nw Hours, 9 to 11 a. in , 2 to 5, 7 to 8 p m. Consulta lion i r"e. 218 3d st nw. jo2 J - it THE 3-DAYS' CURE For men. This remedy cures in 3 days or no charge. Consultation free. DR. MpK.EE 1IAN.71G 12lhht. nr. Jy2-7t ruitsoxAbs. DSt. TAYLOR. 90G F st. nw., mal;e3 full sets of teeth for $5; satisfaction guar anteed; teeth extracted without pain; gold tilling, SI; amalgam, GOc. jel3-3m GOING to get married? My weddingin vil.itions are a revelation in the print er's art: fully equal to engraving and one third the cost: seeing is believing. HAKRiT PARK, 920 F. jell'-lm LADIES needing coiifidcntlat treat ment. A safe and sure relief in all female trouble, constipation, irregulari ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit; Jistu'n. etc. Separate looms for patients before and during confinement, and Hud homes for infants if lequired. Strictly confiden tial. MRS. DR. RENNER, 10 Fourtb.8t.ne. near E. Capitol st.. Washington, D. C. je3-tf Harry Park, printer, 920 F., nuf ced. OUR Greatest Medium and Spiritual Mother, MART -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. .. v 1109 G STiNW. ALW'ATS ATdlOME. jy2-lmo ' t , ' i ;r: STTT.7STT dressmaking, lowest prices. Silk wniats, $2. pp7, 10th st. nw. jO-3 SUPERFLUOUS ' EAIE. I'oelc marks, birthmarks, warts, moles, and all blemishes successfully removed. ELEC TRICITY and external therapeutics sci entifically given. RHEUMATISM, neu ralgia, paralysis, nervous diseases and all diseases peculiar to women successfully treated. CONSULTATION FREE. (Lady Physician). Dr. ALICE W. HARVEY, Ko. 1309 II at. mv. jy5-3t J. T. WALKER BONB, 204 10th St. nw., carpet lining, felts, fire brick and clay, asbestos, paintB, brushes, lime, cement, two and three-ply roofing material. apr21-lmo DIVORCES obtained In four months without publicity business strictly confidential; terms reasonable; for full particulars, call or address Room G, Typo graphical Temple. jyl-14t Harry Park, printer, 920 F., nuf ced. BS fl 0 P 8 H F Juat opened. Sclontlflc mas ffi H H In l EaB. vapor, plain and sea lilOililDlll salt bath3; magaotlo treat HlNVVHUfa mont; restful and curative 9 a. m. tc 9 p. m. Mme. JQurnott, 512 Est. nw ap7-tf WHO OPING COUGrEC-Harbattgh'3 Whooping Cough Syrup; sure and speedy cure; for sale by druggists. Depot, 4 1-2 and Md. ave. 6W. GE0..W00LDRIDGE, Proprietor. je30-7t HELP "tyANTED-MALE. WANTED-A union Btnlrbuildcr .at once. Apply to 0. E. FINCH, 1411 and 1413 V at. nw. It WANTED A first-class whito barber, at 202 9th st. nw., for Saturday only. It FIRST-CLASS white barber wanted atonce CallabFirstandCst. nw. It WANTED-Hoy to reed job and cylin der presses. Apply at printing office, 9th and D sts. nw. jy0-3t WANTED-Energetic Manager; Wasli itigton branch orrice. RAILROADER, thib orfice Jy4-3t WANTED-Three or four young men who will hustle to secure advertisements Tor a historical work or importance; good commission allowed. Address, at once, BUSINESS, this orriec. jy4-3t -WANTEDLadics to learn Mme. Washington's ciress culling system, price reduced one-hair for tlie bummer months; mothers should send their daugh ters aud have them ritted to take good positions alter learning. At G01 12th st. n w. je30-7t HELP WANTED "FEMALE WANTED-A rew lady canvassers to sell an articlo that is used in every home; sure seller and big pay. Call at 87 K st. nw., between hours or G and 8 p. m. Jy0-3t . WANTED-Hy reliable woman, place as cook in private family; don't object to leaving city. Call at 1248 20th at. a w. J?"1:3! WANTED A saleslady to sell Gros Cup'sFace Bleach; something newanda great seller Apply arter 9 a in., WILL II GU0SCUP, Thorn Buildiug, ec. cor. 12th and F sts. nw. jy4-3t MUSICAL. DANCING P"Pi!s tlrMred by lady teachers at their private residence; $1 any hour; G letsons $5; rrs. Addrefs for five days. DESIRED, thisornce. jy3-3t SITUATIONS "W ANTED MALE. I WOULD like to have a job at plumb ing to finish my trade, as I can do any thing but wipe a joint. Address T. 0. RUS, 2010 8th St. nw. It WANTED By young colored man ac quainted with city and best refs., sit uation as porter. Address B., this office. It WAKTED-Bya young man a position as cWk in store or driver or delivery wagon; can furnish reference. Address J. T.. this ofiico. jy0-3t W ANTED College graduate wishes evening work; teaching, clerical work, proof-reading, auditing. Address 25, this office. jy3-5t WANTED ROOMS. GENTLEMAN and wife wish un furnished rooms with board in private fnmllv; permauant; prompt pay. This office. jy4-3t WANTED HOARDERS.. 128 A ST. NE. Pleasant rooms, with board; summer rates. DUMARS nOUSE. jyG-3t WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED-$-l'000 ror five years on business property, northwest, at 5 per cent. Address C. IL. this office. ,iy6-2t WANTED-To let, use of gentle driv ing marc for two hours twice or three times a week, for $G to $8 per month. Address SAFE, this office. It CHANCE to make money I will give 50c. for every qt. customer of milk; steady customers. 751 8lh et. re. jy4-7t If you want to sell yer bike bring it here; new and second-hand bi cvclcs fcold on commission. BASEMENT, G02 F st.nw. jy4-7t WANTED-A good horse and two seated driving outfit. Address C. AY. E., this office. jy4-3t WANTED-A partner with $1,000, to manufacture a patent article ot merit. Call 42G 2d st. sw. jy4-3t WANTED-Vo can sell you any kind of "sewing machine that is made. New machines from $15.00 up. Second-hand machines from $5.00 up. Machines repaired rrom 00c. up. Machines rented. Send us a postal. THE ENTERPRISE S. M. CO., 334 Penn. ave se. ! WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint. i WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE. And charge only for palatine; work guaranteed WAT. BU13BER ROOF TAINT CO., 1033 8th nw FOR RENT HOUSES. FORRENT-Or exchange, Bome nice, new G to 8-room houses in Fostoria; 4 miles from city; railroad station on the grounds; high elevation; pure water; no malaria. J. M. II., 915 La. ave. jy4-3t S30.00 425 Gth St. sw.; 8r , a. m. L, undatable. O.T. Y0DER.G15Est.nw. $35. OO 314 to 320 N. C. ave. se.;9r., a. in. i.; new. C. T. YODER, G15 Est. nw. 112.50 11297thst. so.. 6r brick. a T YODER. G15 Est. nw. $35. OO1420 9th st. nw..8r. b.; m L 0. T. YODER. 615 E st. nw. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOB: RENT- Handsome parlorantl bed room, $15; also very large front room on second floor, unfurnished, $8. ' 120 C st. nw. JyG-3t FOR RENT-I'a' ot house (7 rooms) 1015 14th st. n w : rent taken in board, if desired; rererencesexchanged. Jy0-3t FOR RENT One large front room; newly furnished: near tho G. P. 0.; rentmoderate. 121Gst.nw. It FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms, second floor, 40 IC st. nw.; $10 per month. Address or call ALEX MUNCAS TER, Attorney-at-Law, 482 La. ave. jy4-3t FORRENT Strathmore Arms, HOIK sr.; summer prices; cool rooms with board XL S. LOCKWOOD. JJ'3-7t FOR RENT 2 or 3 unfur. rooms, light housekeeping. 1314 1-2 9th st. nw. jy2-7t FOR RENT-Fur. and unMr. rooms, with or without board; reasonable rates. 1000 8th st. nw. jy2-Ct FOR RENT The entire 2d Hoor, three rooms and bath, only $10, or four rooms and bath, $12. 01 P st. nw jy2-7t FOR RENTltooms fur. aud unfur.;very central, five lines of cars; gas, water, bath; large yard. 217 1st st. nw. jy2-7t FOIt RENT TVPEWIUTKIt. WANTED Bargains in typewriters: rent ed at reduced rates, with privilege or pur chase; sold on instalments; perfect machines; cunranteed Oil 7th st nw mar23 3m FOU UKNT-STAHbES. FOR RENT Part of stable, alley bet. 10th. 11th. E, and F sts. nw.; $2 month Room 4. 524 lOthst nw. Jy6-3t FOR SALE SUBURBAN. FOR SALE- Lots, at Avery Lodge.con taming an acre or more of land ror $50 to $75 each; also ten acres or undivided land adjacent ror $500; location, two miles east or Rockville. Md , on Rock Creek; elevation over 500 Teet. Address or call ALEXANDER MUNCASTER. Attorney at law. 482 La. ave . Washington, D C. jy4-3t ON ACCOUNT OF AGE AND WISHING TO retire, whl sell great bargains iu tho fol lowin? suburban property on the line of the 1J. .fcO. IL It. aud tho new Electric R. R, and all on tho Tvest gido of tho B. & O. R R, and near the htatiom High and healthy. Good Trater rfX) lots -vrilh from 7.SO0 to 1S.000 feet In each, of ground high and healthy. It acres of land niih good buildings and good c.lil water, high and healthy C acres of land with 4-room house and good cold water, hlph and healthy. 16 acres of land, li-room house and good cold water, very Jiich ncd healthy. 5 acres of laud no house, high and healthy. 'J acres of laud, no house, oa'i grove, high and healthy 50 or 105 acres of land, plenty ot good build incs. large orchards, with an abundance of all kinds of tho most choice fruits. o0 lots and also ti houses, near Charlton Heights station, 5, C, 7, S and la and 12 rooms. On easy tenns or monthly installments. Inquire of 1 RANCIS SHANABl.OOKE. Cbarltou Ilelchts Station. u!9-!m . Oallliai; R. C1IURCII NOTICES. BROOKLANOM. E CHURCH Rev. Wil liam H. Chapman, pastor Sunday scliool at 10 a. m. Preaching by the pastor at 1 1.30 a. m , followed with the communion. Serviceattip m , conducted by theEpworth L-ague. SIXTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sixth and G streets southwest. Preach ing at 1 1 a. m , subject- "Vacations, Their Us? and Abuse;" at S p. in., subject: "Whose Hand is Upon the Helm or the Ship or State?" Sunday school at 9:30 a. m ; Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m. VERMONT AVENUE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Pastor. F. D Power. At 11a. m , "Woman -and Missions;" 8 p. ra , "Walking in the Spirit." Sunday school at 9 30. Y. P. S. C. E. at 7 p. m. Seats Tree. All welcome. CONGRESS ST. METHODIST PROT ESTANT CHURCH Thirty-first, between M and N streets. Rev. Walter R. Graham, I). D , pastor Sabbath service. 11 a. m. Holy communion, 8 p. m Short summer evening service: sermon by pastor. Sab bath school 9 30; Christian Endeavor 7.30. Midweek service in lecture room, Tuesday evening. 8 o'clock. NINTH STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH Corner Ninth and D streets northeast. Pastor E. B Bagby at 11 a in., subject: "Woman and Her Work," and at 8 p. m. celebration or C. W. B M. Day. Y. P. S. C. E. at 7 p in. FIFTEENTH STREET M. E. CHURCH corner R northwest Preaching 11 a. m. by the pastor. Rev. W. W. Van Arsdale; Sunday-school, 9 30 a. m ; services at 7 30 p. m. , conducted by Epworth League. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH corner Tenth and G streets northwest. Rev. S. M. Newman, D D., pastor At 11 a. m. communion service, with address by Rev. Isaac Clark, professor in the theological department of Howard University, ami re ception of members. Music by quartet and chorus, led by Dr. Bischotf, organist. Sunday school, 9 30 a. m. Christian En deavor, 7 p. ra., In charge of the Good Citizenship Committee, in the audience room. All cordially invited. No evening preaching. UNITED BRETHREN I& CHRIST. MEMORIAL CHURCH -Corner R and North Capitol streets: Preaching at II a. ra. aud 8 p. m. by the pastor. Rev. J. E. Fout; evening subject. "The Selfish Young Man," the second In the series of "Characteristic Young Men and Women of the Bible;" Sunday-school at 3 p. ra.; Y. P. S. C. E. , 7 p. m. All welcome. HAMLINE M. E. CHURCH -Ninth and P streets northwest. Rev. E. S. Todd, D.D., pnstor Sunday-school, 9-l." a. m.; 11 a. m., sacrament of the Lord's Supper; ad dress by pastor, 8 p. ra.; preaching by pastor, subject. "A Tendency of the Times;" Epworth League, 7 p. in ; Tuesday, consecration; Thursday, c li u rch prayer meeting. 8 p. m. EASTERN PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCH Sixth aud Maryland avenue northeast, Rev. Dr. Easton will preach at 11a. m.; evening services, conducted by the Y. P. S. C. E.,7.30 p. m. ST. MARK'S CHURCH -Corner Third and A street southeast, rector, Rev. A. J. Graham- Sunday-school at 930 a. m.; morning prayer and sermon, 1 1 a. ni , Rev. George H. Johnson will preach. Members of the Brotherhood of St. Andrews will cordially welcome all, especially strangers. No evening service. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Hear Hez Swem's Short Summer Story, (original) Sonday night, 8 o'clock. Preaching at 11 a. m. by the pastor. Free pews. All most cordially Invited. Second Baptist Church, Fourth street and Virginia avenue south east. EDUCATIONAL.. NORWOOD INSTITUTE. WASHINGTON, D. C. Tbo Fourteenth session will open Tuesday, Octolior 1st. Address MRS. "WM. D. CABELL, Principal. MONET TO IOAN". IF you want money on bonds, stocks, trusts. loan association certificates, and old line life insurance policies, you must call before July 1; no delay. YERKES & BAKER, 3mo 40 to 4G, Metzerotc Bldg. DdCONEX We have plenty ot mone7 to loan on good real estate; very low Interest: easy payments. Loans ma da promptly. NATIONAL SAVINGS, LOAN AND TRUST CO.. G17 F st- Qtv. 2e7-lm "CONCERNING LOANS AND INVEST MENTS' Read this booklet carefully before borrowmgor investing; callandget a copy free. B. H. WARNER & CO.. 916 F st. nw. m28-3mo MONEY TO LOAN All classes ot real eustate loans made with promptness at cur rent rates. THE McLACHLEN REAL ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor ner 10th and G streets nw. ni9tr MONE ANY SUitS DESIRED At 5 mdG percent. ap254lm WALTER li ACKER, 70t Hth st aT VTfONBY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. LIFE OF BORROWER INSURED For amount advanced; esy paymata; about equal to roc:. apS0-3mo R.L GOODMAN, C03 13th st. Vift. HK. FULTON'S LOAN OFFICE. 1215 PA. ato. xl. w. Eatabllehed in 1870. Mocty loaned oa watches, diamonds, jewelry, sllTr wara, etc. Special bargains In watches, jawslry, and lUierwsxe. fiU-6mo 3HSCELX.ANEOTJS. HOUSES papered from $20 up; rooms, $2 up: estimates cheerfully given. CHAS. N. EVANS, 222 13th St. sw. jy6-7fc JUST RECEIVED Fine lot young Cu ban parrots, guaranteed to talk; also monkeys, canaries, mocking birds, gold fish, dogs, and fancy pigeons. SCHMID'S, 712 12th st. nw., branch 1221 Pa. ave. inylO-tt -pHEREARE OTHERS" IN THE PRINTETa JL business, but few concerns like The Law Reporter Company, of 613 Fifth street north west. You'll Cad it positive rotter to trad tbere. Dolt JL W. ilOORE, ilgrv STEAMBOATS. NORFOLK AND WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT CO. By Daylislit to Fortre Monroe and Norfolk. By tho Powerful New Palace Steamer "New port News." In addition to the regular daily night servicebysteamersNorrolkaiKlWafebington. The new steamer, Newport, News, com mencing on July the 4th. 1S95. will be placed on th route 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 Norfolk at G.3U p. ra. Returning, leaves Norfolk at 8 p. m , and Old Point at, 9 30. arter the fireworks, ami arnve3 in Washington at 6. 40 next niorninjr. After July the 4th the followine schedule will be in erfect during the months of July and August: Will leave Washington on Friday moraing, July the oth. ami every Suwiav, Monday. Wcdncdav. awl Fndar. at 8 a. m . arriv ing at Fortress Monroe at 5.30 awl Norfolk at G HO p. in Returning leaves Norfolk on Tuesday. Thursday, and Saturday, at 7 43 a. ni , and Fortress Monroe at 8.30 a. ra , arriving in "Washington at 6 45 p nx On the Sunday trips trom Washington the setanier returns ame night. havg Norfolk at 8. and Fortress Monroe at 8.45 p. ra . arriving in Washington aexc morning at 7 o'clock. If debired pasfengers can go in either dircctionbydavlightaDdreturnonoaeofime regular night steamers. Washington or Norroik, on same day only. Fare for the round trip, $3 50 All tickets by day steamer will not be honored for ret urn passage uniessusedonorbeforethe folio wing ttsoTBHtg aft.-r date stamped on bark. - Connections made at Norfolk by the dav and night steamers with the etegaat steamers of the Old Dominion Steanwaip Company, forNew York and thes-i turner re sorts or the Ea t, and with the Mercaaata and Miners'st earners for Boston and Provi dence; with the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail road at Old Point for Richmond and the West: at Norfolk with Seaboard Air Line for Raleizh. Charleston, and Atlanta; with the Norfolk and Western Railroad, the Norfolk and Carolina, and NorOok and Southern, and with the Virginia Beach and Ocean View Railroads. Steamers Norfolk and Washington will continue regular night schedule as here tofore, leaving Washington every evemBg ia the year rrom the wharf, foot of Seventh street, at 7 p. m Tickets onsaleatcornerNew York avenae and Fifteenth btreet northwest, and at 1421 619. and 513 Pennsylvania avenue north west. All other Information desired will bo rurinshed on application to the under signed, at the company's wharf, foot or Seventh street. Teh-phone No 750 JOHN CALLAHAN. General Manager. RAILROADS. RAILROAD. BTAT10N CORNER OF SIXTH AND 3 STREETS. Iljrf feet June 28. 1333- 10.33 A If. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED-Putt. mau Sleerlrj: l)iniacrri:inoklnp, aud Obser vation Cars Harrifcburg to Chicago, Cincin nati, Indianapolis, Si. Lonls, CleveisBd, aud Toledo. Buffet Parlor Car to Ilarrlibur?. 10:M A V FAST LINh. I'ullraau Buffet Par lor Car to HarrisbKrci Parlor and Dininz Cars, Uarrisburc to Pittsburg: t:40I. M. CHICAGO ANDST LOCISSXPRESSt. Pullman Buffet Parlor Car ta Harrislmrs. Sleeping; and Dining; Cars. Harrteburg to 3s. Louis. Cincinnati, Louisville, and Cnlcagar 7:10 P. II. WESTERN EXPRESS Pullraaa Sleepins Car to Chicago, and Harrlsbars C3 Cleveland. Dininc Car to Chicaja TUO P. M. SOTJTH-W fc&TEKN EXPKKSS. -PaK-man Sleeping and Dinlnj: Cera to bt Louis, and Sleepinir Car Harrisaurg to Cincinnati. 10:40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPREbls Pullman leap ing Car to Pittsburg. 7:50 A J! for Kann. t anandalcun, Kooheatir, and Niagara Falls daily, except Sntlday. 10:30 A. M. lor Ehiura and Renova, daily, exrepi Sunday For Wiuiamsport daily. SrK) P. AL 7:10 P. il. for Wllbamsport, Rochester, BuOalo, and Niagara Falls daily, except batnrday. nith sleeping car Washiatoa to Suspension Bridge via Buffalo. 10:40 P. M. for Erie, Canandalgua, Rochester, Buffalo, and Niacara Palls UaiSyi sleeping car Washington to Elmtra. For Philadelphia. New York, nmt IS Kt,. 4.00 P. M. " CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED - all Parlor Cars, with Dining- Car from lialtt more, for New Torkdaily. for Philadelphia week-days. Regular at 7 0S (Oinins Car). 7.S0, 9:00, 10.00 Dining Car;, and Il:0u (Dta inc Car) am.. 12.13,3:13, 4:2), 6:40. MkOO, .-.nd ll:85p. in. On Sunday. 7:03 (Dining Cat). ?0, 0.-00. 11.00 iDlnm; Car) a. ra., 12:i5, 3:13, 40,6:40,1000. and lh35 p. m. For Phila delphia only. Fast Express 750 a. in. Tre&i days. Expres3, 01 and 5:10 p m. daily. For Boston, without change, 7-.5J a. m. woo'i daya, and 3:13 p m daily. For Baltimore, 0:23, 7.-03, 750, 730, 9:03, 10.00, 10.30, 11.-00. and IlrSO a. tn.. 13:13, 2:01, 3.13. 3:40, (43 Limlted, 4rM, 4SW, f. 6.03. 6:40, 7:10, 10.00, 10:40. 11-15, and 1133 1 m. On Sunday. 75, 7:20, 9.8B, 9sOB, 10:30, 11KX) a. in.. 1&13. 1:15.2.-0I.3:13,3:4a 413J Limited, 4i, 5:40, C.03, 8:J0, 7:10, Wa, W:, and 113 p. m. For Pope's Creek Line. 750 a. m. and tiX p m. daily, except Sunday. For Annapolis, 7:20 and 9.00 a. ra., 12:15 aad Irll p. ra. daily, except Sunday. Sundays, MI a. m. and 450 p. in. Atlantic Coast Line. Express forRichmoad, Jacksonville, and Tain pa. 4:30 a. m., 39 p. ua. daily. Richmond and Atlanta, 8.40 p. m. dully; Richmond only, 10:57 a. m. week days. Accommodation for Quantico, 7:43 a. ra. dally, and 4:25 p. m. treeS-dajs. For Alexandria, 4 JO. 6.33, 7:43, S:W, WJ. 1&3T HaO a. ra., 12.30. 1:40, 350,453. 50, 537. feti 8.02, 10:10, and 110 p m. On Sun .ay at L. 7:15. 9:43 a. in., 2:45. 6:13, 8:02, and 10-J0 p. ra, Ls&ve Alexandria for Waahlngton, (J.-0u,8:ia,7K5, 8:00, 9:10, 10:15, 1053 a. ra , lrf, 2:K, 3-09. 3ri. E-.C0, 5-0 6:13. 7:00, 750. 9:10, 10.52, and 113 p. rn. On Sunday at 6:43, 9:10, 1053 a. ra.,.EJ, 630, 7.00. 7 20, 0U0, and 10:32 p m. Seashore Conncctlons For Atlantic City. 9:00 (Saturdays only), 10:03, 1I.C0 a. ia week days, 12:13 and 1L33 p. m. dally. For Capo May, 10.00 a. ra , (Saturdays only), 12.15 p. m week days, and 11:35 p m. daily. Ticket olticos, northeast corner of Kthstre'jt and Pennsylvania Avenue, and at tho station Sixth and B Streets, whero orders can ba left foe the chocking of baggago to destination from hotels and rssidencas. S. iL PREVOST, J. R. WOOD, General AIana;or, General Passenger Zt