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THE WASHrN-GTOjtf TIMES, SUJSTDAT, JULY 7, 1895.
15 Per Word No advertisement less than 10s. Oim Pon? Per 110 belli Word Noedvcrtiscmcnt less than 10s. 0 Pi B OSIlf Word j No advertisement less than 1 Oo- 0S1Q Poilf pER El mnl word No advertisement less than 10a Doe Co;ii A Nbadvortfcemont lass than 10a No adyortlsoment Ics3 than 10s. J E No cdvcrtiscmciu less than 10s. DO .MORE HA 1151 THAN GOOD. Tliut Dr. Skene, of .New York, Says ofUlcvcles for Women. Dr. Alexander J. C. Skene, an cmiucnt few York physician. Is not an cnibu&iastic Idvoctueof theuse of the bicycle by women. In fact, he places bicycle exercise as abou t Hi- last in which women t-hould indulge. 1 have,' said Dr. Skene, "made a care ful .study for the pabt fifteen or twenty fears of the effects or all kinds of occupa tions. habUfiof life, exercises and amuse ments for women, including bicycling, mid I have seen more barm than good come from bu-yctiitg by women. Take the good first. If any on girl or woman is of such an ln fli'loiK li3!H6iUon that the will not take txcrjisc enough or any kind to ke?p her m fccalttt, bat takes to a bicycle becotibc it is fashionable, she will be greatly improved thereby, both mentally and physically. Such u one is not at all likely to injure herself by tverdomg "There is another class who find the bu yele beneficial. I refer to those whose duties ke'p them indoors and mostly sitting, and wbii still have time for out-of-dooroxer-ri&e and cannot keep lioracs. Such people find the whejj ar reat convenience and help. Again, those who are active, ambitious and can indulge inall the rational exercitcsniny devotea little time to bicycling with pleasure and profit TaketheeffertorblcyclIugutHm the young On that subject I have made many observations and lmd that irregular development is often caused by a too liberal devotion t this exeroise. The lower limbs become developed quite well, while the rlvst. arni6 and abdominal muscles are rel atively defective. Considered as an occu pation, recreation or exercise for mature women it is capable of doing much harm, and js evidently much abused. For tho'.e whose duties in life tax their energy and itreiigtu to the fullest extent bicycling is simply anovertaxation I haveseensomany women who were overdoing mentally and physically later advibed to ride a bicycle as a recreation And with the same result as the farmer's buy who chopped ivood during his hour for rest at iwou One who is men tally or lrtiystcally tired or exhausted is never rested by violent or even active mus cular exercise Amusement furnished by others is the only recreation for the tired and wiary There are few if any women in America who have time or strength enough t' do bi'-ycling for pleasure and health. I am.tlipn.opposedio'tne bicycle for all tuch us have exercise and work enough to do If nmone has tune and birength leftover to d- vote to riding a wheel, and can avoid ovt-rdomg. then the bicycle is highly coni-tiH-ndahe. will do no harm, and perhaps iuue good " BICYCLK DISRUPTS A CHITItCII. An Allmxir Pastor Forced to Itolsn Ucoause Ho Wlieels. Ttie good iteopVe of the Hope Baptist Cliurou, of Albany, evidently Jielleve, with Bishop CoKe, of Buffalo, alxut "riding to the de il ou bicycles," for they have made it io unpleasant for tlieir bicycle -riding pastor.Kev. Jacob II. Messenger, that liehas Ikh'h forrcd to resign, despite the fact that hie churrti was prosperous under his care, und ins Christianity was not to lie doubted. It is aKat a year a:ro, says the New York Morning Journal, that the minuter lx"gan t ride. The climax was capped when he undertook to mttke his pastoral calls on a bu vole, litis made lite puritanical blood of the elder! v eopie of tlie cougregat ion fairly b hi, but tlie younger members liked the ias tr. and the flsrlu aKahiat him was noteastly won In f aft, it was never won, a ma Jorlt y of the hunh U'lng with hitn, but he dis-liK'-d tin- discord, and so resigned. Several of thetuoit prominent people have followed his example, and the result is that the clinr. ti in tpltt upon the subject of wheels. Mr. lft8cuger is a young man and very popular in tle city. He says that lie rides simply for cxetrfee, and cannot believe that there is anything that should make a cler gyman ataMaiti from such a pleasure if he chooses to enjoy it. GAY15TIES AND GRAVITIES. Tew mea are of less value to a party limn tltOHo who indorse its errors alike with s worthy alms. Judging from mmic of the game he bags, vt should say that Cupid must do mot of his hunting blindfolded. Btgats are usually the first to demand 11k right of choice. PubSiitoKts to tlie contrary notwithstand ing, Cupid is still making more matches than cupidity. True love is all the sweeter because its course doesn't run smooth. We ncter heard anybody but men say that v. omen dress to please tlie men. Woman is very apt to return indiffer ence for hatred and hatred for indiffer ence. Jealousy is the thistle in the garden of love. The campaign for honest State and city EoveriMiieut thrives on the curses of its enemies. Chicago Times-Herald. Not Good in .Mayonnaise Dressing:. A ecrtalu Buffale young woman who juMly prides herself on her knack at making salads and other dainty dishiis recently decided to invite a lew friends for an even iug at cards. She concluded that lobster salad would be the best thing for light luncheon aud accordingly with her usual care picked over tho lobster, mixed the mayonnaise dressing and put the dish away Winti Ue lionr for serving the refresh ments came around lite guests sat in pleas air, atiucipaiion as tlie salad appeared. As it was brought in the hostess thought bl'e deUH-ted a peculiar odor, but ascribed It t tome new perfume the servant had used One guest took a ta4e of the salad, gave a start, and put down his fork. A young woman wiio took a good mouthful coughed and made a wry face. The hostess then confidently partook of her own pro duct 'Gracious goodness!" she exclaimed, has tily, putting her napkin to her lips, "don't eat any more of that salad. Wail a mlu nte." and sue basttly left tho room, re turning in a few minutes with an agonized expression &n her face "I'm sorry," shesaid , but next to the olive oil boltlo stood one containing clear cod liver oil and that Is not very good in mayonnaise dressing " Buffalo Enquirer. Pence Tlvon For Him. A dMth-iikc silence prevailed in the sickroom. The ticking of the clock sounded ominously dlKinct and the rurferer's face looked gtiaMty in tlie gathering gloom. "Are you sure " Painfully he raised bis head and beckoned the watcher close lo him. " that in the mysterious beyond ample protection will be bhown xuc it any of my victims " The dying man groaned, while great, bend-like drops rolled from his allien brow. ' should happen to recognize me?" The kmd-licnrlcd nurse spoke soothing words of comfort, and with a grateful sigh the sufferer sunk back upon his pillow. A trustful smile played about his face. The Brooklyn niotorman was dying, apparently without fear. St. Louis Post-Dibpatch. AnTneidontof Unwritten IIltory. "Hotdl" ' Pocaiiontas, the leaut1ful Indian princess, Interposed between the cruel club aud the bound white man a.t her feet. 'Do not strike." The executioner stayed his hand. 'Don't you rememlxT," she prattled on, "that we resolved at the debating club last night that it is always belter to arbitrate?" Moved by the timely wisdom of her words, the savages unbound their whilom victim. In commemoration of this act the dis coverer of tlie James changed hisjiatnp to Smyihe. New York World. W Greenbrier "White Sulphur Springs. Seven hours from Washington, via Chera neake and Ohio Railway Two limited trains daily. A century-old pleasure resort on the crest of the Allegheniee. New management, great improvements, former prices Apply C .and O Ry orfices, 513 Jnd 1421 Pennsylvania avenue. FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. THE JUNE BUSINESS of the PERPETUAL BUILDING ASSOCIATION. Received Tor dues orshnrcs SG8.G81 00 Itcceivedforinterestonloans.. 10,155 00 Iteceivedforsettlementorioana 12,750 00 Total receipts for month.... 1U.5G8 00 Loans made during the month 04,725 00 l'aidforshareswithdrawnaiid matured 40,210 50 raid out Tor interest on shares 5,87-1 72 Expenses 802 48 Total disbursement of tho month , 117,012 70 Our association is nearly fourteen years in operation and is now regarded as one of tho leading associations of the country. Our nsssts are S1.3G0.738.C5; our lia bilities are only SI. 247,386.50, leaving our surplus at S122.352.15. To those having money savedor money to spare our association offers the best chance to obtain interest on it. Wo allow our members to draw money twice iu ono month. Wo iay interest every three months and. If It amounts to $10 or over, we pay it every month, if desired. We pay 5, C and 12 por cent, for money, nnd no waiting. You can come in at any time nnd no back duos are required. Office at 506 lltli fit. C. C DUNCANS0N, Pxesident. JOHN COOK, Secretary. It BUSINESS CHANCES. ADVEETISER wants person with S500 to $1,000 to join him in an enter prise netting a profit of 300 per cent. Costs nothing to investigate aud it's well worth looking into. In no sense a Colonel Seller scheme. Address 300 PER CENT, this office It PABTJTER WANTED- Anactive, enterprising young man can find a very rare chance to invest a few hundred dollars with bervices. Addrebs P.-O. box 204. jyG -3t BEST 10c. meal in city. jy2-7t 031 E St. nw. PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS for the annual supply of fuel for the U. S. Navy July 1, 1895 Sealed proposals, endorsed "Proposals for Fuel for the U S Navy, to be opened July 30, 1S95," will be received at the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, Navy Department, Washington. D. C, until 12 o'clock noon. JULY 30. 1895, aud publicly opened j immediately thereafter, to furnish the an nual supply of coal, coke, wood, and char coal a! the Navy Yards Portsmouth, N. H ; Boston. Mass.; New lork; League Inl and Pa ; Washington, D. C.; Norfolk, Va.; Pensacola, Fla ; Mare Islnnd, Cal.; the Naval Stations Newport, R I.; New Lon don. Conn; P ort Royal, S C; Puget Bound, Washington, and theNaval Academy, Annapolis, Md ; the annual supply of coal nt the Naval Hospitals. Dispensaries, etc; Widow's Island. Me ; Portsmouth, N H.; Chelsea, Mass.; Brooklyn, N. Y ; Phila delphia, Pa ; League Island, Pa.; Wash ington. D C ; Norfolk, Ya.; Pensacola, Pla . and Mare Island, Cal.; also a quan tity of crude oil for burning for tlie Navy i'ard, Mare Island, Cal. Blank forms of proposals wilt toe furnished upon appllca- ion to the Bureau to the Commandants of the different Navy Yards, or to the Navy Pay Orfices The fuel must in all cases conform to the navy standard, and pass the usual navy inspection Thetie bids, all other things being equal, decided by lot. The Department reserves the right to waive defects or to reject any or all bids not oVcmeri advantageous to the Government. EDWIN STEWART, Paymaster General, U S N. jy7, 10,14,17 I.OST. LOST-July 4, shopping bag, containing pocket -book with over $30 and some papers. Reward if left at 828 5th st. ne.; property of a poor widow; owner's name on card. jyG-3t LOST One bunch of about ten keys; of no value to anyone but owner. Re ward if returned to 408 7tn st. nw. Jy73t SUMMER ItESORTS. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, CUMBERLAND VALLEY RAILROAD, NEWVILLE, PA One of the most delightful ploosure and health resorts In America. Magnificent MOUN TAIN SI RR0UNDINGS. 2,0j0 FEET ELEVA TION. DRY ATMOSPHERE. PINE GROVES, HOT SPLPHUR BATHS. EXCELLENT CUI SINE, FISHING, BOATING, DRIVING, SHOOTING, BILLIARDS, TENNIS, GOLF, ilUSIC. eta Por Illustrated Pamphlet address GEORGE A. FREYER, Owner. COLTOK 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, S1.D0 per day; reduction by the week or month. Steamers Arrowsmith and vrafce field daily. jc22-lm HOTEL TJLS.OZ&J, North Taeoma, D. O., Now Open. jel5-lm WALTER BURTON. DEER PARK AND OAKLAND, On the Crest of tho AHcghcnIo3. (Main Line B. & O. E. R.) SEASON OPENS JUNE 22nd, 1895. Bates SCO, $75 and $90 a month, accord ing to location. Furnished cottages, with facilities for houBekeeplngT lf desired, S450 to $000 per season. Address GEORGE D. DeSHIELDS. Manager. Cumberland, Md. FRESH, cool air, Mt. Airy Hotel on the blue Ridge; elevation 1.C00 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,S7 to $10 per week; $30 to $40 per month; come and see or write for descnptlx-e circular to L. O. HAMMERLEY, Round Hill. Ya. je23-7t EDUCATIONAL. NORWOOD INSTITUTE, WASHINGTON, D. C. Tho Fourteentli esion will open Tuesday, October 1st. Address MRS. WM. D. CARELL, "y Principal. His Ancestor Mrs. Newrlche, patronizingly Were any of your ancestors men of note , Mr. Cynic? Mr. Cynic Yes, madam, I should say so. One of them was the most famous admiral of his day. and commanded the allied forces of the world. Mrs. Newriche, with altered tone of deep respect 16 it possible, Mr. Cynic? And What was his n ime? Mr. Cynic Noah, madam. Llfo. SPECIAL. NOTICES. Washington, D.C., Juno 14. 1895. 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 tho 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, Rock Creek, Florida avenue, and the Dis trict line. Tills map and plats showing in detail now each lot and tract ianfrccled by the proposed system of highways aro now on exhibition In the office of tho Commissioners of the District or Columbia. All persons interested are invited to examine the map and plata. This commission will consider any sug gestion or piotebt concerning the location of any highway or portion of a highway as shown on the map. The suggestions and protests must, be in writing and must clearly set forth the reasons for tho 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 or Engineers, United States Army, War Department, Washington, D. C. This Commission will meet August 1, 1895, at 9 o'clock a. in., in tho office or tho Secretaty of War, to dispose of all objec tions, and will then hear orally from those who desire lo thus Mipport tlieir written objections. DANIELS. LA MO NT. Secretary of War. HOKE SMITH. Secretary of thclnterlor. WM. P CRAIGIIILL. Chief of Engiueers. U. S. Army. NOTICE to tho public. Tho following board of directors of tho First National Band have beenelected: ThomnsIIawkins, president; Fred Dickson, vice president; Thomas Hall, secretary; Todd Johnson, treasurer: Robert Keyes, James Posey, James Lanhorn, William Washington, Wal ter Thomas. 1 1 ROOMS AND HOARD. WANTED- RoomandboardwithJow ish family. Address G. K. L., this office. jy7-3t PERSONALS. MOUNTAIN Rose Medicine discov ered alter thirty years research by noted ex-United States surgeon, cures diseases or suffering women. DISTRICT AGENCY, hours 6 to 9 p.m. 1309 L st. nw. jy7-lt EGYPTIAN GYPSY Seventh daughter of 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 future; persons calling at the tent, next to rail road, wlllask for MADAM BURNETT. Take Eckington and Soldiers' Home cars . j7-777t SPECIAL ATTENTION given to diseases of eye, ear, nose, throat, rheumatism, Indigestion, and all chronic diseases; also diseases of children; con consultation free. Dr. GRACY, 1-107 New York ave. jy7-l 0-14-17 W. H. ROSS PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY, 405 1st St. se., jy7-3t Washington, D. O. JUST OKENED-Cabluet vapor, plain, medicated and 6ea Gait baths; alcohol rubbings and massage given by Mrs. J. Hamilton and two competent as sistants; every facility for giving a first class treatment; hours, 10 a. m. to 10. p. m. daily. 714 12th 6t. nw. It SPIRITUALISM -Wonn'sHall.721 Gth 6t., every Sunday evening at 8 o'clock; dime collection. MRS. E. Mc NEIL, medium. It FOR SALE SUBUB11AN. ON ACCOUNT OP AGE AND WISHING TO retire, will soil great bargains hi tho fol lowing suburban property on tho lino of tho D. & O. R. R. nnd tho new Electric It It., aud all on the west side of the 1$. & O. R. It, and near tho Stations. High and hoalthy. Good Trster. SCO lots with from 7,503 to 18,000 feot in oach, oi giound high and healthy. 14 acres of land with good buildings and good cold water, high and healthy. C'acres of laud with 4-room house and good cold water, hiph aud healthy. 15 acres of laud, l'J-room houso and good cold water, very hiph and healthy. 5 acres of landuo house, high and healthy. 9 acres of land, no house, cax srove, high and healthy CO o"r 103 acres or land, plenty of cood butia ings, large orchards, with an abuntiahco cf all kinds of tho most cholco fruits. SO lots and also 6 houses, near Charlton Heights station, 5, 0, 7, 8 and 18 aud IS rooms. On easy torms or monthly installments. Inquire of FRANCIS SHANARhOOKE. Charlton 11 eights Station, julSMm OiiB. & a It It Get your Cabinet 3?lioto Prea. wM mm ff'M'0M m if it 10 I il W rfnnrll ft! 1S IIJIImP "TFT wSj-tfU WiA p&por. ilsm 16 iiiiy PERSONALS. PROF. CL A.TT, oldest established ad vertising clairvoyant, medium and tor tuno teller"! n this city, removes all your troubles; tells from cradlo to grave; ad vlco on business, l'ovo affairs, losses or matrimonial adventures; unites separated nnd causes speedy marriage with one you lovo by proper ndvico. Call and be con vinced that 1 can work a case quicker than any medium you ever met, Fee, 50 centB. Hours, 10 to 9; open Sunday. 489 H St.. bet. 41-2 and Gto st. sw. DRESSMAKING Taking lessonsin cutting and rming now meansea ruing $ lor more per day this fall. No better time to learn. System ami instruction $4; alo drcBses made from $3 to $G. MISS WYATT. 1209 11th st. nw. Jy7-lt 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 all cases of running or dry sores. 013 19th st. nw. jc29-lm jVLiICE How lovely in you telling mo about thoso 50 visiting cards for 25a that Harry Park is printing at 920 F St.; ulso other printing cheap. FRED. jel2-lra EGYPTIAN GYPSY Seventh daughter of the seventh generation; can cure diseases, as well as tell fortunes; she can take off spells and cause to marry, as well as tell jou the past and future; persons calling at the tent, next to rail road, will ask for MADAM. BURNETT. Take Eckington and Soldiers' Ilotnc cars. j. ABE you a candidate for President? If so come down and get a first-class custom-made suit; the "least bit worn," at a rigurc that has no parallel in town. See that you do. JUSTH'S OLD STAND. G19 D st. nw. jy2-7t FEMALE DISEASES, Nervous and Chronic Disorders are cured by Dr. Brooke, of 218 3d st nw. Hours, 9 to 11 a. in., 2 to 5, 7 to 8 p.m. Consulta tion free. 218 3d st. nw. je21-tf THE 3-DAYS' CURE- For men. This remedy cures In 3 days -or no charge. Consultation free. DR. McKEE IIAN.71G 12th st. nw. jy2-7t PERSONALS. DR. TAYLOR. 906 F st. nw., makes full sets of teeth for S5; satisfaction guar anteed; teeth extracted without pain; gold filling, $1; amalgam, 50c. jel3-3m GOING to get married? My weddingln vitations are a icvelation in the print er's art; fully equal to engraving and one thirdthecost: seeing is believing. HARRY PARK, 920 F. jel2-lm LADIES needing confidential treat menr.ifA safe and sure relief in all female trouble, constipation, irregulari ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula, etc. Separate rooms for patients berore aud during confinement, and find homes for infantB if required. Strictly confiden tial. MRS. DR. RENNER, 10 Fourth St. no. near E. Capitol St., Washington, D. C. je3-t Harry Park, printer, 920 F., nufced. OUR Greatest Medium and Spiritual Mother. MARY GORDON, Who tells you all things and prescribes a proper remedy for your trouble, can be consulted at lier parlors on all affairs of life. ' ' 1109 G ST. NW. ALWAYS' AT -HOME. jy2-lmo STYLISH dressmaking, lowest prices. Silk waists. $2. 807 10th st. nw. JyG-3 SUPERFLUOUS EAIK. "ock marks, birthmarks, warts, iroles, and all blemishes successfully removed. ELEC TRICITY aud 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, No. 1309 II st. nw. jy5-3t J. T. WALKER SONS, 204 10th st. nw., carpet lining, felts, fire brick and clay, asbestos, paints, 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 grqphical Temple, jyl-14t Harry Park, printer, 920 F., nuf ced. Just opened. Scientific mas sage. npor, plain and oca jgfilBH sa,t oains; magnetic i-oai- 8 a. in. tc 9 p. in. Mine. Burnett. 512 Kst. mv RpT-tf WHOOPINGCOUGH-nartiaiiRli'a Whooping Cough Syrup: sure and speedy cure; forale by druggists. Depot, 4 1-2 aud Md. ave. sw. GEO- WOOLD RIDGE, ProDrietor. je30-7t HELP "WANTED MALE. WANTED-B young men with experi ence in the grocery business. Apply Monday, before 9 o'clock, T. J. ROUT, 1121 V st. nw. lt "WANTED A strong colored young man to do general work about a beer bottling place; must know how to stop seal bottles; good rets, required. Call Monday morning at 1917 14th st. nw. It WANTED-First-class pianist to ac company cornetist at summer resort; must be good reader. Address E. II. LITTLE. 1927 1 5th St. nw. jy7-3t WANTED-Youth to work in dairy. Apply to J. P. MORROW, Broad Branch Road. D. C. it WANTED-Boy to feed job and cylin der presses. Apply at printing office, 9th and D sts. nw. jyG-3t WANTED-Ladles to learn Mme. Washington's dress cutting system; price reduced one-half for the summer mouths: mothers should send their daugh ters and have them fitted to take good positions after learning. At C01 12th st. n w. je30-7t SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE. j.N invalid widow lady in needy circum stances wiahes for sewing or mending to do. Call at 53 H nw., opposite Gov. Printing Of fic-i. jy7-3t WANTED-By a respectable, settled whito woman, a situation ascook, wash nnd iron; general housework. Call at No. 202 1st st. so. it WANTED-Situation as companion and nurso to invalid; best local physi cians given as roferencc. Address A. B. C, this office. Jy7-3t yy ANTED-By colored girl, place to do general housework. CaU 1816 Vermont avo. iiff,; references. jy7-3t WANTED-plaC0 as general house work or chambermaid. Call 1008 W st. nw. lc FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Coal yard, S350; horse, cart, harness, push cart, scales, office furniture, etc.; rent low; selling on ac count of bad health. CASH, this office. It FOR SALE-A bay mare, buggy and harness, or mare singly; fast for driv ing or riding; good pedigree; price reasona ble. At TURNER & QUEENSBERRY'S Stables, 1st. st, bet. IandXnw. jy7-3t FOR SALE Good pnying cigar store; well located; owner leaving city. C. T. S., this office. jy7-3t FOR SALE Fixtures and stock of general merchandise of a country store; the stock is small, fresh, and clean; no rea sonable offerj-erused, as owner has other business: elegant stand and low rent. It. 0. N., Pleasant Valley, Va. jy7-3t FOR SALE Thoroughbred English greyhound puppies. Call at 12-1 Gth st. ne. jy7-3t FOR SALE Store and dairy for sale cheap. J. C, this office. It FOR SALE Fine boa const rictor;very tame; a nice pet for any lady, also monWs and parrots. SCHMID'S BIRD STORE, 71212st.n, 1221Pa.ave. jy6-5t FIRST CLASS drug store; good lo cation: nw.; for sale on account of other business. Address QUININE, this office. jy6-2t FOR SALE Cheap, a 12-foot Ba teau in splendid condition; can be seen at 2135 I st n w. , after 5 p.m. jy-G-3t FOR SALE A full line or groceries. 725 24th st. nw. Will sell cheap. jy5-3t FOR SALE-Two couplett; In good condition. J. B. W., No. 1453 C st. sw. - jy2-7t LAWN GRASS SEED, fertilizer; Insecti cide, sprinklers for plants and lawns, mon keys, parrots, canaries, mocking birds, gold fish, dogs, and fancy pigeons. SCHMID'S, 712 12tbst. nw., branch 1221 Pa. ave. niylO-tf HOTEL DIBECTORT. enn&flO rn cents to slsd-by week U U IV O tf li i50 to Sia Hot water, heat, u u n i w u w an(J L,e,3 and reenll bell3 lQ every room.- MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, 21S4VS st. nw. my30-tt ! EBI5ITT HOUSE. ) Washington. H. C. 1 H. C. BTHiCn. Manacer. STORAGE. i STORAGE-ror furniture and house hold goods., 7 Be load. Place best lo cated In town. CalloraddressChasBaum, 8149thst.nw. je.l4-lm. HELP WANTED FEMALE . WANTED A. few lady canvassers to bell an article that is used in every home; sure seller and big pay. Call at 87Kst.nw , between houra of Gaud 8 it. in. jyGrSt WANTED MALE ORFE3IALE. WANTED-Reliable, experienced and energetic male and female canvassers to ititroduco new 25c article to families and stores; liberal commission, and no capital. Address SHECKELLS, this office. It SITUATIONS "WANTED MALE. WANTED-Stenographer aud type writer wants position at a moderate salary; first-class experience as to ability, experience, etc. Address W. C. J., this office. Jy7-6t I "WOULD Hke to have a Job at plumb ing to fintsh my trade, as I can do any thing but wipe a joint. Address T. C. REES. 201G 8th st. nw. It WANTED-Bfa young man apositlon as clerk in store or driver of delivery wagon; can furnish reference. Address J. T. . this office. jyG-3t WANTED-College graduate wishes evening work; teaching, clerical work, proof-reading, auditing. Addres3 25, this office. jy3-5t WANTED BOARDERS.. 128 A ST. NE. Pleasant rooms, with board; summer rates. DUMARS HOUSE. jy6-3t WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. XO years' experience wouldn't enable you to find a moro pleasant, profitable oc cupation than tho one wc will teach you in two days. For particulars address PROF ITABLE OCCUPATION, this office. It WANTED-'e 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 from COc. up. Machines rented. Send us a postal. THE ENTERPRISE 8. M. CO., 334 Penn. ave se. WANTED-To buy good horso and wagon, cheap. Addreaa J. A. II., this office. JyT-3t WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint. WE STOP ALL LEAKS TREE, And charpe only for paintlnc: wor&fURrsnteed NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO , 1CTJ3 Sth nw WANTED All soda water drinkers to know that a music box 10 tunes will be given away to one of oar customers as an advertisement; holder of watch ticket 1,759, call immediately. H. A.MULLAN, Druggist, 1030 N. Capitol Bt. It WANTED-S4.000 for five years on businens property, northwest, at 5 per cent Address C II., this office. jG-2t CHANCE to make money I will give COc. for every q.t. customer of milk; steady customers. 751 Sth tt. re jy4-7t IF YOU WANT TO SELL YER BIKE bring it hero; new and second-hand bi cycles sold on commission. BASEMENT, G02 F st.nw. jy4-7t FOR RENT HOUSES. SST.SSO 425 Gth st. sw ; Sr., a m. 1., andstable. C.T. YODER.GlOEst.nw. S32.50 314 to 320 X. C. ave. se.; 9r., a. m. i.; new. C. T. YODER, G15 E St. nw. FOR RENT New houses, Nos. 12 and 14 Fla. ave.. ne.; 6 rooms, bath, cellar; a. m. i ; good location; convenient; rent $18.50 F. F.-VSOOMAN & CO., 1416 F st. nw. It FOR RENT Part of heuse (7 rooms) 1015 14th st. nw ; rent taken in board, if desired; references exchanged. JyG-3t S30.00 425 Gth St. sw.; Sr., a. m 1 , andstable. C.T. YODER, 615Est.nw. $35.00-314 to 320 X. 0. ave. se.;9r., a. m. i.; new. O.T. YODER, G15 Est. nw. $12.50 1123 Ttnst pe..5r brick. C T YODER. 615 Est. ntf. $35. OO1420 9th st. nw.,Sr. b.;m L C. T. YODER. 615 E St. nw. FOR SALE HOUSES. FOR SALE-S200 cash and $18 per mouth will buy handsome 6-room brick; bath, cellar, furnace; a. m. i.; de sirable location; price, $2,800. EASTER DAY & HALDEMAN.617 14th St. It FOR SALE-SCO cash and $10 per mouth will buy new house; lot 137 feet; 30-foot nllev; price, $1,400 EASTER DAY & HALDEMAN , 617 14th st. It FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Nice fur. room, at 215 4 1-2 st. nw., $fa per month. jy7-3c FOR RENT Fur. and unfur. rooms. 218 B st. nw. jy7-2t FOR RENT S 27 22d St. nw., 2 large unf. rooms, 2d fl.; 521 3d st. nw., 2 large unf. rooms, 2d fl. jy7 3t FOR RENT Furnished room with or without board; cheap. No. 73 N. Y. ave. ne. jj7-lt FOR RENT 905 Sth st. nw. Parlor folding bed; other cool rooms rea sonable. jv7-3t MISC FOR RENT Three or four second floor rooms for light housekeeping; rent noderate; also two furnished rooms. 90G 3dstn w j j 73 FOR RENT Handsome parlorand bed room, $15; also very large front room on second floor, unfurnished, $8. 120 C st. nw. jyG-3t FORRENT StrathmoreArms.llOlK st.; summer prices; cool rooms with board. M. S. LOCKWOOD. 4j3-7t FOR RENT 2 or 3 unfur. rooms, light housekeeping. 1314 1-2 9th st. nw. Jy2-7t T7&" T'rTW'm Fur mill ttnftir rorm- witu or without board; reasonable jitcs 1000 8th st. nw. jy2-Ct FOR HENT-Tlie entire 2d floor, three rooms and bath, only $10, or four rooms ami bath, $12. 61 P st.nw. Jy2-7t FOR RENTRooms fur. and unfur.;very central; five lines of cars; gas, water, bath; large yard. 217 1st st. nw. Jy2-7t FOR RENT-TYPEWRITER. WANTED Bargains in typewriters: rent d at reduced rates, with privilege of pur chase; sold on Instalments; perfect machines; Guaranteed. Oil 7th st nw mar23Sm FOR RENT STAI1LES. FOR RENT Part of stable, alley bet. 10th, llth. E, and F sts. nw.; $2 month. Room 4, 524 10th St. nw. jy6-3t cnuRcn NOTICES. THE FATHER MATTHEW TOTAL AB STINENCE SOCIETY will meet Sunday evening at 8 o'clock the 7th inst., at Car roll Hall, G street northwest, between Nint h and Tenth streets. ALL SOULS' CHURCH UNITARIAN Fourteenth and L streets. Rev. Rush R. Shippen will preach at 11 a. m. Evening servicu omitted till September. CENTRAL M. P. CHURCH Twelfth and M streets northwest. Rev. S. J. Smith, pastor. Preaching at 11a. m.and 8 p. m. S. S., 9:30; C. E., 7. Church meet ing Monday at 8 p. m. Full attendance expected. " FIFTH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Eighth and I streets northeast. Rev. A Reoch. Communion service, 11 a. m., and preaching at 8 p. m., by the pastor. C. E. Society at 7 p. m., and S. S at 9:30 a. m. Seats free; all are welcome. MONEY TO LOAN. 3CF you want money on bonds, stocks, trusts, loan association certificates, and old line life Insurance policies,, you must call before July 1; no delay. YEEKE3 & BAKER. 3mo 40 to 46, Metzerott Eldg. lilONEY We have plenty of money to loan on good real estate; very low Interest: easy payments Loans made promptly. NATIONAL SAVINGS. LOAN AND TRUST CO , 617 F st. nrw Je7-lm "CONCERNING LOANS AND INVEST MENTS" Read this booklet carefully before borrowingor investing: call and geC a copy free. B. H. WARNER & CO , 91S F 6t. nw. rc28-3mo ' MONEY TO LOAN All clashes ot teal eastate loans made with promptness at cur rent rates. THE McLACHLEN REAL ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor cer 10th and G slieeta nw. inUtf MONEY ANY SUMS DESIRED At 5 mil 6 percent. apSS-Ira WALTER IL ACKEK7M Hth gt. air M ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. LIFE OF BORROWER INSURED For amount advanced; eay paymat; about equal to real E. L. GOOD5LCT, ap30-3mo 03 13t& at. nrr. HK. rULTON'3 LOAN OFFICE. 1213 PA tb. a. w. Established in 1370. Mobj loantd on vratches, diamond", jeirelry, BilTer war, eta. Special bargains lu fTatcb.es, jewelry, andsllTetware. tM-Cmo anscELiAN-Eoxrs. BLOUSES papered from $20 up; rooms, $2 up: estimates cheerfully given. CHAS. N. EVANS, 222 13th. St. sw. jy6-76 JUST RECEIVED Fine lot young Cu ban parrots, guaranteed to talk; also monkeys, canaries, mocking turds, gold fish, dogs, and fancy pigeons. SCHMID'S, 712 12th st. nw., branch 1221 Pa. ave. inylO-tf itnPHERE ARE OTHERS" IN THE PPJNTT5Q JL business, but few concerns like Tb Law Reporter Company, o 511 Fifth street norti west. YouTI fladi; a posltlre reHef to trad tbere. Doll ,1L W. MOORE, ilgr. STEAMBOATS. NORFOLK AND , WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT COx By Dayllsht to Fortress Monroe and Norfolk. By tlio Powerful New Palace Steamer "Newport News." In addition to ibe recular daily night servicebysteameriNorfolkand Washing ion. The new steamer. Newport News, com mencing on July the 4th. 1895, wilt be placed on the route by daylight on the fol lowing schedule Will leave Washington on the moraine oC the 4th. at 8 o'clock sharp, arrivinc at Old Point at 5:30 and Norfolk at 6 JO p. m Returning, leave? Norfolk at 8 p. m , and Old Point at 9 30. after the fireworks, awl arrives in Washington at 6 45 next mornine. After July the 4th the following schedule wdl be in effect during the moutta of. July and August Will leave Washington onFnday morning-, Jnlv the 5ih, and everv Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 8 a. m . arriv ing at Fortres3 Monroe at 5.30 and Norfolk at 6 30 p. m Returning leaves Norfolk on Tuesdav, Thursday, and Saturday, at 7 45 a. ni , and Fortress Monroe at 8 30 a. m . arriving in Washington at 6 45 p m. On the Sunday trips front "-Washington the setamer returns fame ni?ht. leavim; Xorrolk at 8, and Fortress Monroe at 8 45 p. m . arriving in Washingtoa oext morning at 7 o'clock. If desired passengers can go in either directionbv daylight and returnonoaeof the regular night steamers, Wat-tunc: ton or Norfolk, on same day only. Fare for the rojnd trip. $3 50 AH tickets bv day steamer will noi he honored forret urr.pas ago unlessufedonorbeforethe following morning after dare stamped on bark. Connections made at Norfolk by the day and night steamers with the eieganc steamers of the Old Dominion Stearmhip Company. forNewYork amtthes'iinmer re sorts of the Ea&t, and with the Merchants and Miners steamers for Boston and. Provi dence; with the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail road at Old Point for Richmond ami the West: at Norfolk with Seaboard Air Line for Raleieh, Charleston, ami Atlanta; with the Norfolk and Western Railroad. the Norrolk and Carolina, and Norflok and Southern, and with the Virginia Beach and Ocean View Railroads. Steamers Norfolk and Washington vrill continue regular niht schedule as here tofore, leaving Washington every evemns in the year rrom the wharf, foot of Seventh, streec. at 7 p. m Tickets onsaleat corner New York avenno and Fifteen! hsrreet northwest, and at 142L 619. and 513 Pennsylvania avenue north west. All other information desired will be furnished on application to the under sisned. at the company's wharf, foot o Seventh street. Telephone No 750 JOHN CA LL A HAN. Geneial Manager. RATLEOAD3. RAILROAD. STATION CORNER 07 sTXTH AND a STREETS. InFffect Jnno 28. 1833- 10:30 A K. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED Puff, mau Sleepier. Dining-, Smoking, and Obser xation Cars Fiarnsbure to Chicago, Cincin nati, Indianapolis, &. Loots, Cleveland, and Toledo. Buflet Parlor Car to Harrlsbnrs: 10:30 A M. FAST LINE. Pullman Buff et Par lor Car to Barriaburc Parlor and Dininj Cars, Harrisburc to PitUburg. (:40 P.M. CHICAGO AND ST LOL IS 2XPRESSL Pullman Buffot Parlor Car to Harrfaburz. Sleeping and Dining Cr.rs, Hnrrlsburff to 3c Louis. Cincinnati. Louisville, and Chicago. 7:10 P. II. WESTERN EXPRESS Pullman Sleeping Car to Chicago, nnd Harrisburjr ta Cleveland Dining Car to Chk-asa 7:10 P. M. EOCTH-WESTERN EXPKESS Pull, man irleepinjr and Dining Cars to St. Louis; and Sleeping Car Harrisburg to Cincinnati. 10:10 P. AL PACIFIC EXPRESS PuBraaablaep ing Car to Pittsburg; 750 A. II. for Kann, t an.indalgna, Roche3tr and Niagara Palls daily, except Sunday. 10:30 A M. tor Elmira and Kenova. daily, exoepl SundaT. For Wilhamaport daily. 3:40 P. AC 7:10 P. il. for Williamsport. Kocbeater. Buffalo, and Niagara Falls datlr, except Saturday, frith sleeping car Washington to Suspension Bridge Tia Buffalo. 10:0 P. il. for Erie, Canandalgua, Rochester, Buffalo, and Niazara. Falls dally; sleeping cer Washington to Elmira. rnr I'hilaiielph!a."c-VorSc. - t- KtisZ i$Q P. 31. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED." all Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Balti more, for Now Tort daily, for Philadelphia wcet-diys. Regular at TD3 (Dining Car?, 7.S0. 3.00, 10.00 (Diu.ng Car?, and 11:0(1 (Din ing Car) a m., 12:13,3.13, 4:20, S:48,1W, and ll.!5p in. On Sunday 7:05 (Dining Car), 7-.S0, U.Q0. 11.00 iDinin? Car) a. m.. 113. 3-7. 0, btO. 10 CO. and 11:35 p. ra. Por Phut delphla only. Fast Rxpresa 730 n, m. 'neei day 4 Express, 2:01 nnd 5:0 p m. dally. For Beaton, -without change, 7:3a a. m. woei days, and 3:13 p in daily. For Baltimore, G:23, 7:05, 7:20, 7:50, 9.-T0, 10 00, 10.30, llttJ. and 1130 a. m . 12:13, 5:01, 3:13. 2:40, (4:00 Limited). 4rJ0, 42!rt, 5 10. 6.05. 6:40, 7:10. 10.09, 10:40, 1M5, and 11.33 p. m. Oa Sunday. 7:06, 7:20, 9:HC. U.-iW, :050, 11:03 a. m., 12:13. 1:15,2:01. 3:15.:-43 (4 JO Limited). 4:20, 5:40, K03, b:40, 7:10, 10:00, U:W, and 11:33 p. m. For Pope's Croei Line. 7:20 a. m. and 4:33 p ra daily, oicept Sunday. For Annapolw, 7:20 and 9:00 a. m., 12:13 and t.U p. m. daily, except Sunday. Sunday, 3.0J a. in. and 453 p. m. Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Richmond, Jacksonville, and Tampa, 4:30 a. m., 3:30 p. ra. daily. Richmond and Atlanta. 8:40 p. m. unity. Richmond only, 1037 a. ra. weefc days. Accommodation for Quantico, 7:43 a. ra. daily, and 4:23 p. ra. iTeek-dajs. For Alexandria, 4.30, 633, 7:45, S:40. W3. 10-7T 11:: a. ra , 12:50. 1:40, 3:20,4:23, 5:00, 537. ti.t 8.02, 10:10, and 1139 p m. On Sun lay at i., 7:43. 8:45 a. m., 2:45. ti:15, 8.02, and 10:10 p. ra, LeaTO Alexandria for Washington, 6:05, 6:13, 7.03, 8:00,9:10. 10:15, 10:23 n. m.. 10, 2:13, 3.HX), &23. 60, 530 6:13. 70, 7r. 9:10, 1052, and 11:03 p. re. On Sunday at 6:H, 9:10, 10:23 a. m.,J.U, 6:30, 7:00. 7.20, 'J:10, and 1032 p. m. Seashore Connections. For Atlantic City, 90 (Saturdays only), 10:09, 11. (X) a. m. wroek days. 12:15 and 1L33 p. m, daily. For Capo May. 10.00 a. m., (Saturdays only), 12.13 p. m -week days, and 1135 p. m. dally. Ticket oQces, northeast corner of 13thstreefc and Pennsylvania Avenue, and at the station: Sixth and B Streets, vrhero orders can be loft fol tho checking of baggaxo to destination Iron. hotels and rssidencax 8. 11. PREVOST. J.R. WOOD, General Maaazes. General PaaaesecZ& Pennsylvania