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THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1S95.
One Gent ft No advertisement less than 10c. One Gent A No advertisement less than 1 Oc- One Gent w-;, No advertisement less than 10a. On Ponf Per m yoiil Word No advertisement less than 10c. One Gent & No advertisement less than 10s. One Gent Z No advertisement less than 10c. One Gent Z No advertisement less than 10s. EXCURSION. MARSHALL HALL. May Schedule. STEAMER CHARLES MACALEBTER leaves for Marshall Hall at 10 n. ni. and 230 p m.; returning, reaches Washlng ton at 2 and 5 SO p. m. STEAMER RIVER QUEEN leaves for Ell river Iandmgb at 0.30 a. in.; returning, reaches Washington at 3 p. m. PLANK SHAD DINNER EVERY DAT. For charters, dinners, &.C., apply at office. Seventh and XI fctrcets south went. Telephone call. S25. tf SUSI.MEK RESORTS. GERARD VILLA 149 South Carolina atomic, close to the beach, Atlantic City, N. J.; furnished rooms for geulle nwi; ienns reasonable. u 1-1-1 -It Hotel Powhatan, CTIARLKSTOWN, W. VA Finest Summer liosort ollored to Washington. How bouso Elegantly furnished. nly two hours by the B. & O R. K. Four trains daily XTndor new management Will bo opened June S. Spewiinl rates lor June. For terms and all information call at the Buckingham, 92d fifteenth street northwest. W. L. S11HPARD, Manager. DEER PARK AND OAKLAND, On the Crost of the Allcghcnlcs. (Mam Line B. & O. B. R.) .SEASON OPENS JUNE 22nd, 1895. Rates $00, $75 and $90 a month, accord ing to location. Furnished cottages, -with facilities for housekeeping, if desired, $450 to $000 per sea&on. Address GEORGE D. DoSHIELDS. Manuger. Cuuiberiaud, lid. REAL ESTATE. HAVING SOLD MY OFFICE BUILD- lug, I iMive tins day removed my real es- i tate and insurance ottice to No. 1-111 G Bt n w. (three doors west of Aineni.au,, Becurtty and Tiust ComiHiiij's building), "where I witt be glad to see all my clients and jMtirotfe atid the general public. WASHINGTON DANENUOWER otiioasor to Caouuo'era cioii, I'-eLMin 14J1 G el mr. .MILKMAIDS EN KNICEHHKOCKEKS At tli Dairies in Wot "Pruia tlio Stylt Has Been Regularly Adopted. Englishmen wiiohavetraveled in the Tyrol and S witserland will remember the women la trousers mowing the grass from the &5ges f bleep descents and along the edges of precipices while dangling on the end of a Hue which is attached to a long pole in the hands of their fellow-workers above, says an exchange. These women don trousers lxcausc it would be impos sible for them to pursue tlieir work in sikrts, which might catch on trees or rocks, and thus endanger their lives. Their example has been followed by the maids of the great Elbiug daines in "West Prussia. This establishment is the largest In that country and employs nearly 300 milkers, all of whom are women. For years the management has been experi menting with different kinds or costumes for them, trving to design one that was at once warm and lx-coniing. The skins, were they long or short, full or narrow, always proved a hindrance to the work, and often a dangerous adornment, too. for once in awhile it happened that an enraged cow would take offense at the frock, or else step on it and upset the milk paM and the milkers at the Fame time. Finally the management adopted the dairymaid costume, designed after those of tiie "advanced" bicycle arid fenc ing costumes for women. The costume is of blue and white striped linen for summer wear and of flannel in similar colon, for winter. The girls wear no corsets, and the modern hvgicnic prin ciple of combining warmth with the small est possible weight in woman's dress is wll exemplified. Nothing hinders the free use of their arms a'd legs. They may sit down, rise, or bend over their work witiiout expe riencing any discomfort. To distinguish the different grades of employes the milk maids wear white caps, the pupils white raps with black velvet bands, and the dairy teachers caps with silver lace; for not ouly the employes, but also the appren tices, among whom are daughters of well-to-do farmers and ladies of the landed nobility, must don the new costume, which is not only liecoming, but has prevented the accidents common in a dairy. A DEAL ES" CUT-KATE TICKETS. Two Tlienter-goerK of Unequal Purees Accommodated by a Broker. A young man entered a shop which dis played the sign"Theatertickets atcut rates" on a Satarday afternoon about 2 o'clock, according to the New York Sun, and said to the iickot broker: ' What have you for Palmer's?" "Dollar an' 'af orchestry for a dollar," re marked the propnetor,asharp-Iookingman, with a large diamond stud in his shirt. "Haven't you a CO -cent admission? Iouly want to spend a quarter." "Nojie, give you that orchestry for 75." "No," said the young man, as h: scanned the blackboard on which was chalked tuc at tractions at the different theaters. "Say," argued ths speculator, "how much you got in yer jeans." "Fifty cents," was the reply, after-a little hesitation. "AH rigli V came back rrom tho cage, "I'll go yoM. You just -wait here for a, pardner." The young man walked nervously up and down the shop anxiously watching th clock, the door and the proprietor. Whenever a customer came iti ho listened attentively to the conversation. On tho other hand, the epeoulator didn't sem in theleast impatient. At 2:20 a tall man stalked m and asked- "Have you an orchestra chair for Palm er's?" A look of hope spread over the young man's face as the proprietor answered m the affirmative, and the tall man asked the price. But his look turned to consterna tion as the siwculator answered "One dollar." "Why, I thought you said 50 cents," tho young nan blurted out. The spsoultor gave the young man a wink that would havcdoiw credit to a devil fish. "Oh, I thought you meant those others," the young mau stammered, as he comprehended the meaning or Uie feat of facial contortion. The tall man was satisfied and took the tickot, and was told to go with the young man as the ticket admitted two and couldn't be separated Then the speculator took tiie dollar bill of the toll man in his left hand, while with his riirtit hi dexterously received and concealed the young man's two quar ters. As they hastened to the theater the tall man reroark'Jd, in a patronizing way: "I toll you what, it's a great thing to know all the rops."" And it was with a smile tliat tho young man assented to the proposition. A Hnller In tlio LionV Den. In the Hungarian menageries a favorite sensation scene Is for four whist players tositdown and play a rubberin the lion's den, while a fifth stands by to see fair play on the part of Uie lion. I thought I had played whist under all possible arcum Etances, aud in company with the very fctrangest specimens of created beings, but tills experience is beyond me Some people are made nervous by folks looking over their hand, uhicli (unless they -arc my advert-arieii docs uot affect me at all. but I don't Uiink I should like this from a lion. The greater the attention lie paid me the less pleased I should feel by the compliment I am ture I should be very much put out even if it were evoked by a mistake of my opponents If he roared nungarirn players do not seem 10 mind these things. The other day, however, it ASIUSEMENTS. VIRGINIA Jockey ST. ASAPH, VA. Racing Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays until fur ther notice. General Admission, 50 Cents. SIX RACES each day. First race 3.30 p. m. Special trains direct to grand stand from Sixth Btreet station at 1.30 and 2:10 p. m.; other trains 11.00 and 1M. E. E. D0WNIIAM, STEVE STILLWELL, President Secretary. myl2-tf ACADEMY. GItA.NI) OPERA SEASON. Popular Prices, 25o, 50c, 75c and $1.00. Farewell nppearanco of HINRICHS gr&nmdpaa TGnT I LA GIOGONDA. Kronold, Van Cauteron. Flomlug, ;Pol Papa, Campnnari, Vivlanl. Karl, eta Tliurs. "Bohemian Girl"; Frl "Tfcj Jewess (with 3Ions. Guillen Mat. Sat. "Mlgnon"; Sat nlcht fni-owen, grand double bill, 'Pngllncci'' and 'Il irovntore;' all the artists appearing. Emmet Guard Encampment and Fete Capitol Park, N. Cap. and GSts., , Commencing Monday evening. May 20, and con tinuing until Saturday eveniug. May 5 Dancing. SI errr-go-round. Pavilion Thoator, Throwm:; at Heads. Athletic Contests. &c, Ac. To-nigUt firess Parade by First Regiment and N. G. Drum Corps. . Admission, IP Cents. KEIfNAN'S LYCEUM THEATER. AUTnls "Week. FLYNN'S LONDON GAIETY GIRLS. Mondav Evening, .Mav 27- - MANAGER EUGENE XEKNAN'S BENEFIT GRAND OPERA HOUSE Emvjotn II, Allex, Managor. Evenings nt 8:15. Saturday Mntlneo at2. Fourth Woek. Third Comedy Season. rRHJI.Kir iJOM) AMI COMPANY. Presenting by Soccial Arraugemont tho Three act Farcical Comedy, THE GUVNOR. DDT1170 Orchestra Chairs, 75c. FlUlfllUi Orchestra Circle. 50c Balcony, 25c May27, Fifth Weok PINK DOMINOS. "TEW NATIONAL THEATER. -LN Every Evening aud Saturday Matinoo. DANIEL FROiiMAN' N. V LYCEUM THEATER COMPANY. T0-AiiIIT An Ideal Husband Next week THE COMEDY SEASON. HITLER'S I1IJOU THEATER. Sen In 2."c and 5Uc Matinees Tiiewlay, Thursday and Saturday. The piclur sijue Irish oumeuy TRUE IRISH HEARTS, MaMer ChrisMt Sprneir aud Mink Virgio Luckett, W.ihluiiKtuu'a favorite child danc ers, will appear at every periuniiutice. Next week "Uncle Tom'i, Cabin." THOPOSALS. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, WASHING TON. D. C, MAY' 20, 1895. Sealed proposals for furnishing Packing-Boxes will be received at tins Department until the 1st day of June, 1895, at 1 o'clock p. m. Sample may be seen at the Depa rtmeut, aud blank forms for bidding will be fur nished upon application. Proposals to lie addressed to the Secretary of the Treasury, audmarked"ProposalsforPacking-Boxes." Deliveries must be free of chaige at the Treasury Department, Washington, D. C, and will be subject to inspection by an ex pert detailed for the purpose by the Secre tary of the Treasury , and the delivery or an inferior article will be deemed sufficient cause to annul the contract, at the option of the Secretary. The Department reserves tiie right to waive defects aud reject any or all bid3. S. WIKE, It Acting Secretary. PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING MATE RIAL Office Public liuiltiings and Grounds, War Department, Washington, D. C, May -21, lb95. Sealed proposals, in duplicate, will be received here until 2 p. in., MONDAY, June 17, 1S95, forrur nishing materials for the building to be erectd on the site of the Government Printing Of rice stables, as follows. Class 1. brick; class 2, cement and lime; claos 3, sand; class 4, lumber; class C, terra cotta for floor arche and fire proofing. A separate proposal for each class is de sired. Envelopes should lo iiulotwed bo as to indicate the classes for which proposals are made. Right is reserved to i eject any and all proposals. Forms aud spcuitlcutiniis can be obtained here. JOHN M. WiLSON, Col., Engineers. niy21 ,22,23,2-1 .jel 4-1 5 OFFICE OF the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, Washington, May 16, 1895. Seated proposals for the collection, removal and dihpsoal of garbnge and dead animals in and for tiie District of Columbia, fur a period of four years and eight months, beginning November 1st. 1895, will be received at this office until 12 o'clock in. JUNE 2-1, ibU5. Blank forms of proposals and specifica tions aud all necessary information can be obtained at thi& ofuce. I'mfnuxiis should beniadeontheofficial form andcach be accompanied by a copy of the specifi cations. J. W. ROSS, GEORGE TRUESDELL, CHARLES F. POWELL, nivl9-Gt Commissioners, D. C. LEGAL NOTICES. ESTATE OF Honora Finn, late of the Dis trict of Golumbia, No. G071, Admin. Doc. 21. Application having been made to the Suprtrne Court of the District or Columbia, holding orphans' court, for letters of administration on said estate, by William J Miller and Bridget Condon that letters of administration ue issued to William J. Miller, this isto give notice to all concerned to appear m said court on Friday, the 24th day of May, A. D. lb5,at 10 o'clock a. m., to show cause why such application should uot be granted. Attest: L. P. WRIGHT, ' Register of Wills, D. C. T. P. MYERS, Proctor for Applicant. ml-1,8,15 appears this very interesting performance was given once too often. The lions, with delicate forbearance, abstaluetl, it is true, from interfering with the players, but they went for the fif ill man, whom they doubtless considered superfluous, and made very short work of liim. Iu spite of the belfiohiiess that is often, though most unjustly, attributed to card pleyers, the rubljer broke up at once. James rayn, in the Illustrated London News. The Question. 'Well, busbaad," f aid the good wife who had trained the exchequer in a vigorous social campaign , "we rnupt decide at once whether wo are able to give the young peo ple a grand wedding breakfast or whether we shall oppose tho match and make them run away." Galveston News. LONG AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Dr. Shade, 1232 Fourteenth Btreet, is a .specialist In all diseases of the air passages, Nasal, laryngeal and bronchial catarrh, pharyngitis, laryngitis, tonsilitis, bron chitis, ulceration of the throat, diphtheria and tubercular consumption. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m 1 to 3 p. m. and 4 to 6 p. m. Terms reasonable. Consultation and examination, free. PJ3KSOXAL.S. PROF. CtiA.1T. wonderful clairvoyant and medium, tells your life from cradle to grave; every hidden mystery revealed; tells the business that will bring you great est success: in love affairs he never falls; foretells Avith a certainty ali coinmerclnl ami business transactions; twelve yoars es tablished. CO cents each. Hours 9 to 9; open Sunday 4bu 11 St., between 4 1-2 and Gth sta. sw. 2VME. BROOKE tells all the eveuta of life; all business confidential; ladies and gentlemen, 50 cents each; hours, 0 a. m. to 9 p. m. 005 New York avenue northwest, near Sixth street. myl5-14t TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Curds, $1.50; letter-heads. $2.25: bill-bends, $2.00; envelopes, $2.25 per 1,000; HO vis iting cards, 25c. HARRY PARK, Printer, 92o F. SITUATIONS furnished to all wlio arc willing to work. Apply at Rooms 54: and 5&Le Droit building. mzx at ARISTOS, the best blood purifier. Will cure Syphilis, Scrofula. Eczeuia.and nil bad blood disorders. All druggists, Prico 50c and $1.00. niayO-lmo MRS. 11. E. BLAIR has ro moved to 1113 Gar. nw. (over Mrs. C. Stioble's). Tho latest modes of artistic dress- making at shortest notice. T A TlTT?Q NEEDING CONFIDENTIAL AJjtl.JL'JLJLlO treatment. AEafoomlsuro reJier in all femnle trouble; constipation, irregularities, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula, etc. Separate rooms for patients before and duriug confinement, and llnd homes for infants if required. Strictly con fidential. Mrs. Dr. Czarra Renner, 34. B street northeast, Washington, D. C. MME. ESTELLE tells all the events of life In German and English; hours 0 a. m. to 10 p. ra.; 25 and 50 cents; cores all cases of Tunning or dry sores; 913 19th Bt. nw. apr24-lmo CLEAN your wall papor and ceilings with Chicago cleaner; anyone can use it; costs but 50 cents for two large rooms, and your paper will look like new. For sale at 229 G st. n inl8-7t ryt. TAYLOR, SOO FST. NW., MAKES FITLL XJ eets of teeth for CB; satisfaction guaran teed; teeth extracted without pain; gold till ing, $1; amalgam, SO cents. mr7-3m J. T. WALKER SONS. 204 10th St. nw., carpet lining, felts, rire brick and clay, asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement, two aud three-ply roofing material. npi21-lmo EEELP fur. free; Mrs. L. C. MOORE'S em ployment agency, No. 30G G St. nw.; funiiturepacked. shipped, andhousecleaned, to send postal, by T. J. Clayton. my20-3t $20-00 "will paper your Jiousc through out In first-class paper; call and xeo me, or send postal aud I will call. CIIAS. N. EVANS , 222 13th St. S W. ml U-7t age of paper AUCTION SALES. DUNCANSON BROS., AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO BRICK DWELLINGS SITUATE ON N STREET, BETWEEN FIRST AND SECOND STREETS SOUTHEAST. By virtue of two deeds of trusts to upbear ing date April 16, 1890, aud recorded in liber 14G9, folios 451 et seq. aud 455 et seq. of tho land records of the District of Columbia and at the request of the party secured thereby, we will sell at public auction in front of the premises on TUESDAY, the TWENTY-FIRST DAY OF MAY, A. D. 1695, beginning at 4.30 o'clock p. m., the following pieces or pnrcels of laud situate in the City of Washington, District of Columbia, and being all of lots numbered 54 and 55, in CHARLES GEK5 FORD'S sub-division of lots in square numbered 744 as per plat recorded In Book 17, page SO , oi the records of the surveyor's orfice of the District of Columbia, together with improvements, etc. Property will bo Bold separately. TERMS OF SALE: One-third cash, bal ance in one and two years, for which notesof the purchaser, secured by deed of trust on tho property sold, and bearing interest at the rate of 6 percent perannum, interest payable semi-annually, will Lo taken, or all cash at purchaser's option. A deposit of $100 will be required at time of tale on each house sold. All conveyancing and recording at purchaser's cost. Terms of sale to be complied with iu fifteen days from date of tale, otherwise trustees re serve the right to resell the property at risk aud cost or deiaulting purchaser or purchasers. CHARLES H. CRAGIN, Trustee. ROBERT E. BRADLEY, Trustee. The above sale Is postpoued on account of the rain to Wednesday, May 29, 1895, same hour and place. CHARLES II. CRAGIN, Trustee. ROBERT E. BRADLEY, Trustee. m9-d&ds RATCLIFFE, DARR & CO., AUCTION EERS. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF FRAME HOUSE NO. 418 D STREET S. E. By virtue of a deed of trust duly re corded in Liber, No. 1042, folio 37 O et snq., one of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned surviving trustee will orfer l'ur salt- by public auction, in frontof the premises, on WEDNESDAY, THE 22d DAY OF MAY, A. D.. 1895, at 6 O'CLOCK P. M., the fol lowing described real estate situate in the city of Washington, in the District of Columbia, to wit: Parts of lots 10 and 12, in Square 821, fronting 35 feet7 inches on D street S. E., together with the im provements, rights, etc. Terms of sale: Cash. A deposit of $100 required upon acceptance of bid. Terms lo be complied witii in 15 days. AH conveyancing and recording at purchaser's cost. BENJAMIN P, GAINES, Surviving Trustee, No. 523 Gth st. uv. JOHN A. BARTHEL, Attorney. LOST AND FOUND. XiOST K. P. charm at Hanover, Pa. ave. and 3d st, yesterday (Monday), lib eral reward if returned to HENRif D1S MER, Hotel Hanover. iuy21 3t FOR SALE BICYCLES. I HAVE a large assortment of second hand wheels, all in good condition, ranging from $5 to $40; persons def-ir-iDg to purchase will do well to see rue. E. S. KEYS, 100 H st. ne. my22-3t (WrCCel V& w$3Qy PERSONALS. I AJMC NOT A COUNTESS nor a Gypsy quten; am not a seventh daughter; was not bom with a caul; am not some thing now and just arrived, but am MME. FRANCIS, ono of the oldest established mediums, and am bcre to stay. Am not indorsed by the clergy, but am indorsed by Borne of the most learned and influential people or our1 city and many others; ara here to help all those that arc in trouble. Lifo given from cradle to grave. Cards, 25; trances, 50. Htitfrs. 9 to 9. 40G Enst Capitol sheet. Thosa that are in trouble call and bo convince!!.- ml7-7t -rr-t- Jl. GENTLEMAN versed in operatic stage art tion take himself as accompanist, will exchange lessons with competenvplano teacher. Ad dress CON EXPRESS I'ONE, this office. my21-2t -' r-h- AMERICA'S GREATEST MEDIUM, Mrs.Effie McNeil, 1914 Pa. ave. nw. Those desiring reliable spiritual advice on matters of bubltjesd, personal or domes tic interest, will ffnd a visit to this phe nomenal medium a satisfactory aud profit able exnerlence. Slttincs. SI. Business examinations a specialty, and Batisfaction jruaraiiteed. All communica- tiouBBtnctly confidential. nl21Jl';'t WE DON'T talk like a man up a tree, but tell you candid that we have elegant suits slightly worn, custom made, that you never saw the equal of for the same money. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, G19 D st. nw. nly21-7t THE "3 DAYS" CURE Gonorrhoea nud gleet cured in 3 days or no charge; dis eases of men only; loumillntioii free. DR. McKEEIIAN, 710 12th St. nw. inl7-7t SPECIAL .NOTICES. TO WHOM IT MAY CONOKRN For sale one large paper cutter at 211 liith et. nw. To be sold on June 5, at 10 o'cloi-k. Printers take notice. A. It. SllLlu'AKU, Admr. " iu22-3t ANY PERSON who witnessed the acci dent to a gentleman, caused by pre niRture starting of a cable car iwar Wil Inhi's Hotel MAY 10, 1895. about b 30 p. m., will confer a favor by sending name to Col. A. H. NICKUR80N, 1322 13th st. nw. my21-2i $10 REWARD $10 For any rcor we paint and don't stop the leaks;send card for estimate. DIAMOND RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO., 202 E. Cup. St. myl6-7t FOB EXCILVNGE. EQUITY In desirable improved real es tate to exchange for good grocery and provision store or coal nrd. Address or call on C. C. CHURCH, 510 12th bt. nw. may 17 -7 r "' Taking' the moderate ave;r ' three readers basis? yesterday's FT as a Times was read by oyer one thousand people, your Want ad.?in it? t&wfgjMdzwitjm BUSINESS KUANCES. I PAY spot cash forstores and stocks of merchandise of any description, sucli as clothing, shoes, dry goods, carpets, etc.; amount no object. Address B. FOHS, How ard Houso! mj-21-7t DORSEY CLAGETT, 012 14TH ST. NW., General broker in local stocks and bonds at best market prices, all dividend and in terest paying. my7 lin HORSES AND "VEHICLES. TO BUY, SELL OH EXCHANGE A HORSE, CARRIAGE or Ha Fit! ESS CALL AT S. BENSiNGER'S Horse and Carriage Bazaar, 940 LOUISIANA AVENUE. The Largest Stock of CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, PRING WAGONS, Carts and Harness in this city. AUCTION SALE OF Horses,. Carriages and Harness EVERY Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 10 A. M. "WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. TVANTED Tolrireforlhcsummer.reason ably, small street-hand organ In good order. Address 450 VTuav" sw. mat -t WANTED PAINTING HOUSE AND 6torc fronts, graining, hard oil finishing, decorating; special designs submitted for ceiliugs. We use apd sell Dixon's Graphite Paint; lasts on. tin ippfs from 8 to 15 years. Inuse 25 years. AMeaks stopped free. GUARANTEE. PAINT CO., Basement lyp. G15 E st. nw. WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint. WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE. And charge only for painting; irork guaranteed. NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO , 1023 8th" nw. WANTED-ALLBEERriDRINKERS TO CALL at Bufeh's wow place. 817 7th at nw., and get a nice cold bottle of beer for 5 cent. nu21-lyr FOR RENT T.1TEWIUTEH. . , WANTED Bargains in typewriters; rent ed at reduced rates,- with privilege of pur chase; Boldon instalments: perfectmaehines; guaranteed. Oil 7ttist. uw. mar23-3m "WANTED BOOMS. "WANTED Uy you nginnnund mother, two communion ting rooms on 2nd floor, with board; within ten minutes' walk of Times office; pernianont If suited. Answer, stat ing lowest terms, C. E. L., this oirico. iu22-3t BOOMS AND BOARD. TWO or three boarders wanted in Eck ington; cars pass house; nice rooms and food board; terms reasonable. Addrefs I. R. S., 319 V 6t., Eckingtoll. m2-i-2t HELP WANTED MALE. VVANTED Colored man to cook for rest aurant and do general workaround bar; wages, 6 per week; no Sunday work. Ad dress RESTAURANT, this office. m22-3 "WANTED Intelligent boy, to make him self useful about store and iuii errands; good opportunity to learn business. Ad dress Times Office. m22-3t HELP "WANTED ITEM ALE . "WANTED At once thiee girls to sew on labolB. Apply at NEW YORK CLOTIl!NUIIOUaK,3U7thnl.iiw. ni2:-2t "WANTED Experienced hands on shirt waists, wrappers and children's un-Hh.-s. 1824 7th st. nw. m22-3b GIRL for housework; references. Ad dress E. F. , Ivy City, D. C. It "W-i-NTED First -class cooks and gen eral houseworkers; nice homes, good pay; we give you work immediately and wait or the money if you call at once. 417 K st. nw. It "WANTED Three colored women cooks, 2 chambermaids, 5 general housework ers, 1 While waiter, 2 dishwashers. COL UMBIA AGENCY, 920 0th nw. ml-t SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE. GS-IRL WANTS a place ascookor-jhamber- maid Call or send to niy21-2t 420 Franklin nt. nw. SITUATIONS "VVANTED MALE. "WANTED By white man, place as general servant in house; willing to work. Ad dress STRANGER, thiso'fice. lul JC "VVANTED MALE OB FEMALE. "WANTED A limited number of intelli gent ladies and gentlemen out of employment and willing to work can secure good positions at $0 per week by calling at 1009 H st. nw. my21-3t MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD furniture, pianos, horses, carriages, wag ons, &c; the property will remain undisturb ed, in your possession; terms easy; lowest rates; privatcorfices;allbusinessstrictly con fidential; jou can have the money the day you apply for it; raymeutscan be inudo on the principal at any time; eitch pajiuent Tiiade will lessen the cost of carrying the loan. Please . call on CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO., 002 F ft. nw., main floor. MONEY TO LOAN All classes of real eastate loans made with promptness at cur rent rates. THE McLACHLEN REAL ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor uer 10th and G streets uw. m9t MONEY ANY SUMS DESIRED At 5 and 6 nor c:mt cp25-3m WALTER IL ACKEH, 701 14th st. nw M TONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. LIFE OF BORROYJER INSURED For amount advanced; easy payments; about equal to rent. R, L. GOODMAN, ap30-3mo 603 13ta st mr. MONEY To loan. If you desire to borrow on real estate come direct to my office; interest 6 per cent. THOS.F.BARRETT&CO.,51912thst.nw a30-3m VJONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT '" lowent rates of interest; no delay in closing transactions. 0. C. GREEN, ISl-3in S0J Tin st. nw. MONEY TO LOAN First trust on clty property only, to te paid back in smalt monthly payments. On $1,000, monthly payment $9.31 On $2,G00, monthly payment 18.62 On $3,000, monthly payment 27.93 Above payments include interest. JAMES G. JESTER. G39 F st. n.w. myl-3mo MONEY TO LOAN-11,003 TO 8100,000. AT 5 per cent, on ral estate cocurity. No do lay. Wll H. SAUNDERS is CO., mrl5-3mo3 1407 F st nw. 6pONCERNINO LOANS AND INVEST J mental' Road this booklet carefully before borrowing or lnvpstlnp. Call and get a copy froe. B. H. WARNER is CO., 91b V at. nw. fe22-3rco "VTrASHINGTONMORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY Y will lend you $20 and upward on furniture, uiauos, horses, wagons, etc.; no publicity and property to remain in your undiatnrbed posses sion; loans paid in n.irt or in full at any time to suit the convenience of tho borrower, tnd any part paid reduces tho cost of carrying the loan in proportion, to tho amount paid. WASHING TON MOR'IOAGE LOAN COMPANY, 010 F at n. w. HIC FULTON'S LOAN OFFICE, 1218 PA ave. n. w. Established in 1S70. Money loaned on watchos, diamonds, Jewelry, silver were, otc Special bargains In watches, jewolry, and silverware. fe20-tiino VOIt SALE LOTS. LOTS FOR SALE Choice lots in the nw. and ne.sectlons, 25xl50and 24.6x130, at from 10c. to 15c. per square foot; no other ground can be purchased as near the center of the city at doublo the price asked j a chance for speculation and to secure a good home. Call for plat and full infor mation, and we will give you good reasons whyyoushouldbuy. Smallcashpayments, balance on lontr time. JNO. F. WAGGA- I MAN, 700 14th St. (upstairs). my21-7t t $1 to a 117 fifty- W Was ek FOR RENT HOUSES. In the followlnjr list house9 for rent are classified by price, thus enabling persons looking for houses to see at a glance what they can obtain suitable to their means, savlngthem time and the annoyance of having to read ad vertisements of houses, the rents of which are either too high or too low. C8.50 3103Knw.,-ir. DEEBLK. DAVIS & CO.. 1313 F nw S9.00 610 Sheridan at. nw.: 5-rm brick. DA VII D. STO.NE.806 Fst. nw. $0.30 3? L no 4rs wa. DEEBLE, DAVIS Jb CO.. 1319 Fat. nw. $12.505716 Poplar nw.. fir. bt (col). DEEBLE. DAVIS & CO.. 1313 P nw $12.50 1123 7th st. so. Cr brick. G T. YODER, 615 Est. nw. $12.50-12 Patterson st iia, 5 rs. " REISKELL & .McLERAN. 1008 F st nw. 1151337 ahh. Gr. and cellar. DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO., 1513 F nw. $15.50 12Enw., 5r. frame. WALTER il. ACKER, 701 11th nw. $17-1031 2d ue.;& rooms .-mdiiutli.iu.i. m21 -7t OWNER , 2-17 1 21 h ht.se. J18 HC5-:il7-1119 Ilarvard, ColIIts ,6r. frame. DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 P nw. $18.50-227 and 229 10th ne..Cr. and bath. DEEBLE. DAVIS &, CO.. 1319 F nw. $20 to an j one getting inu employment ut$10 a wiek. Addtets H. L., this of fice, mm -2t $20.40408 O et. nw.. C rooms and bath. THOS. F. BARRETT & CO. 525 13th St. nw. $20.50 Three squares from II st. cable; lOr. and b.; cheapest house in city; G23 L st. ne. TH03. F. BARRETT & CO., 519 12th st. nw. $21.50510 1st so , 6r. and bath. DEEBLE. DAVIS & CO.. 1319 F nw. S25.00 9r. and bath. 702 F st. ne. TnOS.F.BARRETT&CO.. 51912th. $23.50 103 E so., Er., a ml Ml 1st se., 7r. and catb, a. m. I. DEEBLE, DAVIS CO., 1319 F nw. SSS.OO 124 11th st. se., 0 K. B., eel., fur. JAMES G. JESTER, 639 F st. nw. S25 1219 S2d st. 12rs & b. 1MB Meridian avo. MtPSra. ' DEEBLE, DAVIS is CO., 1319 F st nw. $25.30710 N. C. av. se., 6r & b.; re duced from $30. THOS. F. BARRETT & CO. 525 13th st. nw. S25.50-S01 1th st so.. Cr. brick, ail m. L C. T. YODER. 615 Eat nw. SS5-50 139 llthst.nc.,8R.B.,m.I. JAMES G. JESTER, 639 F st. nw. 25.50516 1st se., 7r.. bath, a. m. L DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO.. 1913 F nw. S2T-50-1209 U st. nw., G R. B., reccp. hall. JAMES G. JESTER, 639 F St. nw. S3 O. OO102 11th st. se., 9 R. B., eel., fur. JAMES G. JESTER. 639 F st. nw. 53tt 00 310, 312 N. C av. se., 6r., Doth new. C. T. YODEK. 615 Est nw. $3024 3d st. ne.; all mod.; 8 rooms and cellar. C.T.Y0DER,G15Est,uw. $30.5016 E nw.. 7r.. m. 1 : 225 X. Cap st WALTER H. ACKER. 704 llui nw. $31-00211 11th St. se., 9 R. B., eel. fur. JAMES G. JESTER. 639 F st. nw. $32-50 CS0G Nnw.. lOr. and bath. DEEBLE, DAVIS A CU. 1319 Fnw. $35, OO-1420 9th st. nw., Sr. b.; m. L C. T. YODER. 615 E st. nw. 535.00 16 and hi R sr. ne : 9 rs. nnd b ; m. L DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO. $35 003318 Brown 6t.. ML Pleasant, 7 r. and bath, fr. cottage, a. m. i. 1-2 acre. DEEBLE .DAVIS& CO. $35.00 39th &LylC3 sts., Tenln. 12-r brTch Wil. BRlTlTenuallytown.D. C. $33.E0 1211 5th st, cor. store and dwelling," rs UEISKELL & .McLERAN, 10OS F st nw. $35.50113 E nw., 9r.; 503 N. J. av., 9c. 1921 17thnw., 6r,m.L WALTER H. ACKER. TOillthaw. S38-T6 653 Md. av. ne., 10 R. B., pa pered. JAMES G. JESTER, 639 F st. nw. $38.75-651 Md. av. ne., 10 R. R. pa - pered. JAMESG.JESTER, 639 F st. nw. $A0 1401 31st, 12r. frame, a. m. t DEEBLE, DAVIS s CO.. 1319 F nw. 540.50 1505-7-9 22d nw., 9r., new. 1341 V nw, llr; 123 E nw.. Sr. WALTER H ACKER. 704 14th nw. $42.50 FOR RENT House: 11 rooma and b.uh 307 Gst.uw.,l:ey uestdoor. myl2-7t 45.00 1S21 Riggs pL nw.. 3-story. 12-r. huff b. A. STRAUSS. 03 7tU st nw. FOR RENT New handsome houie; saloon parlor; 8 rooms; cellar; a. m. i.; heater: stationary wash tubs; back alley; cars pass door. 908 11th st. se.; $22.50. Apply 900 same street. myl7-7c FORRENT Drugstore and Ice cream par lor; superior tounything in the city, located at intersection of Bnghtwood avenue and Rock Creek church road, Petworth addi tion; terms reasonable. For particulars ap ply to AUSTIN P. BROWN Je CO., 1416 F Bt. nw., or at above building in Petworth. apl9-t FOR RENT or lease for term of years, a nice 6-rooni cottage cor. or "W bt and Queen sts., Alexandria, Va.; 5 minutes to depot; trams hourly; uouuutul gnmnos, flowers and garden; a fine chance for officeholder; cheap rent. FRANK HUME. 454 Pa. ave. nw. my21-7t FOR RENT 1717. 171,9 Do Snle3 st nw.; these houses are new-and very com plete; 10 rooms; beautiful outlook; all modern improvements; will not be rented for boarding-houses. O. C. GREEN, 303 7tb Bt. nw. - a23 lm FOB, SALE MISCELLANEOUS. JFORSALE-IceatlOl&lSthsr.mr. Call and. see A, W. WITHERS. It FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE One full leather-top fnullly surrey in good con dition. Inquire 714"8th st. ne. m22-3t FOR SALE An almost new Knnlio square piano, cost $100, will sell for $80 cash. WORCH'S MUSIC STORE, 924 7th st. nw. ru20-3fc FOR SALE Entire elegant household furniture of a family moving West, in cluding piano, bedroom suites, parlor suites, hall rack, chairs, and fancy tables, dlnnihg-room outfit, buffet, kitchen uten sils, dishes, in fact', a complete household; the family having already vacated dwell ing, have placed above on private sale for a few days at 1721 Pa. ayC m20-3t FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Fancy gro cery store, new stock and fixtures, oil 14th st. nw., doing good cash "business; good reason for selling. THOS. F. BARRETT & CO., 519 12tb st. uw. LAWN GRASS SEED, fertilizer, insecti cide, sprinklers for plants and lawns, mon keys, parrots, cauaries, mocking birds, gold fish, dogs, and fancy pigeons. SCHMID'S, 712 12th Bt. aw., branch 1221 Pa. ave. niylO-tf HOTEli DIRECTORY. HOTEL TAKOMA, North Takomn.D. C, Will reopen TUESDAY", MAY 7. ap29-lmo WALTER BURTON. ROOMS 50 CENTS TO 31.50 -BY WEEK $2.50 to $10. Hot water, heat, and bolls and recall bells In every room. MOUNT VERNON HO TEL, 818 4 st nw. fe25.tr EBBITT HOUSE. Washington, D. 0. H. O. BURCH. Manager. FOR SALE HOUSES. EJIGHT-ROOM HOUSE in Mount Pleaa- ant; about SO.OUO; easy terms; bar gain. PURCHASER, this olfictt. m22-3 FOR SALE NORTHEAST Cheap Homes. Easy Terms. Price, $2,800 each. Cash $250.00 Monthly ($18 permontb) 550.00 In 5ycars(at 5 percent.) 2,000.00 Hl20-3t AU.LhrllOhATH.SH TtliMC. FOR RENT $40; 1716 E st. nw ; lira., bath and basement; m. i. Apply 1714 F sfc. my2t-3t FOR S ALE A iome for $25 cash. $1 Oper month; new, 2-story frame house, with stable, water, etc.; lot ovor 14x137 to 30-foot alley; don't miss this opportunity; title good; ouly $1,425; house No. 1741 A st. se.. O. M. BRYANT, O wuer. Warder building, 9th and F sts. my21-3t Cash and $15 Monthly. Six-room frame house, with stable, on the Bladnnsburg road, ne., withtuone block of Columbia cable tars uud H st. herdica, will be sold chap practically for rent. Terms, $200 cash; balance $15 per month. Lot. 16.8 by 100 fet to alley. Apply to JOHNSON & AGNFAWRoom 15. Washing ton Loan and Trust Building, cor. 9th and F Btreets. m!6-7t FOR SALE A good nine-room house on G street, near 12th ne.; price only $4,00; terms easy. FOSTER & FOSTER, ni7-eod-tt 611 P st. FOR RENT ROOMS. XJGHT HOUSEKEEPING, two rooma, 2d floor; fur. complete; cooking utensils, dishes, gas, heat, and bath; frontcor. room, 20x22 1-2, back 16 ft. sq. 301 10th st. sw.. near Smithsonian. It FOR KENT Second story, front room; nicely furnished; clieup to right partita, one-half square of G. P. O. Inq. 804 N. Capitol si. in22-3t FOR RENT T wo pleasuntriirmsta-U or un furnished rooms, with bath room; con venient to on n. Apply 20lu oti dt. nw. FOR RENT Furnished or uururiiiabed rooms, to gentlemen only, 7tn st. sw., between D and E. Add res a P. S., this of fice. It FOR RESPECTABLE COLORED tunant3. nice airy rooms fur. or untur., cheap. It 417K.st.nw. FOR RENT Three rooms, suitable for light housekeeping; over Roe's drug store, 7th and L sts. nw.;to suitable parry; rent very low. Daquire at drug store. my21-3t NINE ROOMS and stable; lot 100x225; Charlton Heights, Md.; clear or incum brance. THOS. F. BARRETT & CO. FOR SALE LOTS. LOT 54x128 E. Cap. St.; 14th and 16th, C5c foot; F tt. cars will pass door in a year. Lot 30 feet front on Columbia road, near 15th st. nw $1.25 foot: neighborhood new and busy w-th improvements. Lot 25 fcet front on N. H. ave.. rear S et.; economical, only 10 feet in rear, $4 foot; choicest locality in city for fine residence. Apply C04 9th st. nw. SALE OR EXCHANGE. SEVEN-ROOM COTTAGE, lot 50x125. ut Charlton Heights. Md.; clear or incum brance. THOS. F. BARRET a CO., 510 12th st. nw. MISCELLA NEOTJS. TEN CENTS car fare will be returned for every suit of clouies brought to the WA&HI.nUTON STEAM AKD DYKING WORKS, 60S 11th St. nw., ami Sua K st. nw. Altering aud repairing a specialty. CARL JAEGER. m22 $20 given to- anyone wbo wilt secure me a position paying $10 a week; best reference. m22-2t H. L.. this office. GIST No 9 at 10041'ennyIvaiMa ave. nw. m2I -2t 1 6 rpflERE ARE OTHERS" IN THE PRINTLNQ JL business, hut few concerns like The Law Reporter Company, of 51S Fiftb street north Ttest You'll and it a positive relief to trad there. Do it IL W. AIOORE. Mgr. FOUND. FOUND The cash place to buy; Gold Premium best mixed paints, also $1; gloss stain, onlv at YOUNG & CO.'S Paint Store, 714 K itrtet uorthwest, SOLE AGENTS. Saving of 23 per cent. Brushes, oils, and varnishes. xnar3-3moa RAILROADS. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B STREETS. In Effect April 21. 1895- 10:30 A M. PENNSYLVANIA iaMTTED Pan. mau Sleeping Dining. Smoking, and Obser vation Can llarrishurg to Chicago, Cincin nati, IndianapolU, St Louis, Cleveland, and Toledo. Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisburg. 1030 A. M FAST LINE. Pnllmaa Buffet Par. lor Car to ilatrisburjr. Parlor and Dlolnf cars, narnsuurc loxuisoorg; !:40P.JL CHICAGO AND ST LOOTS EXPRESS. Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Harrlabors. Sleeping and Dining Cars, Harrisburg to St Loots, Cincinnati, LouisTille, and Chicago. 7:10 P. M. WEaTERN EJCPRESS Pnllmaa Sleeping Car to Chicago, and Harrlaburs to Cle eland. Dining Car to Chicago. 7:10 P.M. SOUTH-WESTERN EXPRESS. -PaE. man Sleeping and Dining Can to St Louis, and Sleeping Car Harrisburg to CincinsatL 10:40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPKEbS Pullmaa Slej ing Car to Pittsburg. 720 A, 31. for Kane, Canandalgna, EocSeater, and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday. !Ch30 A JL for Elmlra and Renova, dally, except Sunday. For WlUiamaport dally, 3:40 P. if, 7d0 P. 31. for Willlamsport. Rochester, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls dally, except Saturday, with sleeping car Washington to Suspension Bridge via Buffalo. 10:40 P. 3L for Erie, Casandaigna. Rochester, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily; Bleeping car Washington to Elmlra. For Philadelphia. Now York, nnd tho East. 40 P. M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED." aR Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from BaUN more, for New Yorx dally, for Philadelphia week-days. Regular at 7:05 (Dining Car), 7:20, 9:00, 1CHXJ (Dining Car), and 110 (Din. ing Car) a. m., 12:15,3:15, 4:20, 6:40,10.-00, and 11:85 p. m. On Sunday. 7.-06 (Dining Car), 7:20, 90, 110 (Dining Car) a. m., 12U3, 3:15, 4:20, 6:40, 100. and 11:33 p. ra. For Phila delphia only. Fast Express 720 a. m. week days. Express, 2:01 and 3:40 p. ra. dally. For Boston, without change, 720 a. m. weak days, and 3:15 p ra. dally. For Baltimore, 6M 75, 7:20, W0, 90, 10.00, 10.30, 110. and 1130 a. ra.. 12:15, 2.01, 3:15, 3:40, (40 limited), 430, 45, 5:40, 6.05- 6140, 7:10, 100, 10:40, 11-15, and 1L33 p. m. On Sunday, 73, 7:20, 90, 95, 1030, 110 a. m., 12:15. 1:13,21,335,3:40 (40 Limited), 4:20, 5:40, 83, 8:10, 7d0, 100, 10:40; and 1135 p. m. For Pope's Creek Line. 7:20, a. m. and 433 p ra. daily, except Sunday. For Anapolls, 7:20, 90, and 1120 s. ra., and 4:33 p. m. daily, except Sunday. Sundays, 9:03 a. m. and 4:20 p.m. Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Richmond, Jacksonville, and Tampa, 430 a- m., 330 p. m. dally. Richmond and Atlanta, 8:40 p. ra. daRy. Richmond only, 1037 a. m. week days. Accommodation for Qnantlco, 7:43 a. m. dally, and 4:29 p. ra. week-da j 9. For Alexandria, 4.80. 633, 7:43, 8.M0, MX 1037 1130 a. ra., 1230, lrlO, 8:20,4:23, 50, 537, 6:13 8.02, 10:10, and 1139 p m. On Sua jay at 4.30. 7:43, 9:45 a. m., 2:45. 6:15, 82, and 10:10 p. ra. Leave Alexandria for Washington, 65, 6:43,75, 80, 9:10. 10:15, 10:23 a. m., 10, 2:15, a0, 31. 50, 530 6:13, 70,7:20, 9:10, 1033, and 11:03 p. ra. On Sunday at 6:43, 0:10, lOiS a. m.,2Jj, 530, 70, 730, 9-.10, and 1032 p. ra. Ticket offices, northeast corner of 13thstrsat and Pennsylvania Avenue, and at tho station Sixth and B Streets, whero orders can he left for the checking of baggago to destination, fxofit hotels and residence. 8. 3L PREVOST, J.R. WOOD, General Moitasec. Ge-nwal Pasaeagtc ij