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THE WASHINGTON -TIMES, -THURSDAY, MAX 23, 1S95.
flnn Pnnl Per Dob Gsiit- woerd No advertisement less than 10c. One Cent word No ndvcrtlscmant less than 10a. Per word One Cent Z No advertisement less than 10s. ui.o yoiii Word Nondvcrtiscircnt less than 10c. No advertisement less than 10c. Oris Gsiif word No advertisement less than 1 0c One Cent Z No advertisement less than 10c. mil 11.1,11 EXCTTltSION. MARSHALL HALL. May Schedule. STEAMER CHARLES MACALESTER leaves for Marshall Hall at 10 a. m. and 2:30 p. m.; returning, roaches Washing ton at 2 and 530 p. m. STEAMER RIVER QUERN leaves for all river lar.diugb at 9.S0 a. in.; returning, reaches Washington at 3 ji. m. PLANK SHAD DINNER EVERY DAY. For charters, dinners. &c., apply at office. Seventh and M blreels southwe&t. Telephone call. 825. tf EXCURSION. STEAMER GEOHCE LEAHY TO EORTRESS .MONROE AND NORFOLK. -VA. May 9,1.69r. Farc.SS round trip. Ikiatleaves fot 8th Kt. v.Lrf 6 p. m.. rrlvlui; Old Point 70 nnd NwMK. Vn.. 8:30 a. m. Ileturnlas. arrlvtag Id WttMlilnctauMay SI at7:30 a. iu. TlstPl mid fctstoniuius Tor Mtle at Hit' boat or office. VSI H st. nw. Flnjtias nival on boat, SO ct'ntn. Kxoanttea to Oj merit every tiundny, 10:30 a. w. and 2310 ii. m.; ntuniloK 7:30 p. m. Fare SB eiaits. W. H. TII0MA8. Gen'I Manager. F. D. LKE. GeiTl Asent. SUMAIER RESORTS. GERARD VILLA 149 South Carolina avenue, closo to tLe teach, Atlantic City. N. J.; furnished rooms lor gentle man: terms reasonable. ml4-14t Hotel Powhatan, CHARLESTOWTf, W. VA. Finest Smmnor Resort offered to Washington. Kew house Elegantly furniahad. nly two hours by the B. & O. R. It Four trains daily. Under new management. Will beopoaed June 6. Spe-lal rntos lor June. For terms and all Information call at the Buckingham, 029 fifteenth street northwest. W. L SHEPAUD, Manager. DEER PARK AND OAKLAND, On the Crest of ths Alleghcnfes. (Maui Lino B. & O. E. R.) SEASON OPENS JUNE 22nd, 1895. Rates $C0, $75 and $90 a month, accord ing to location. Furnished cottages, -with facilities for housekeeping. If desired, $450 to $000 per season. Address GEORGE D. DeSHIELDS, Manager. Cumberland, Md. HEAL ESTATE. HAVING SOLD MY OFFICE BUILD ing, 1 have tins day removed my real es tate and insurance oil ice to No. 1411 G EL iiw. (three doors west of Auit-in.au Security and Trust Company's building), where I will be glad to see all my clients and pHtrons and the general public. WASHINGTON DANENHOWER. Buco&sor to Daueuiiowori Son, tr-av-t-lm 141 G st. nw. A HOTEL GHOST. Tbe Slmrnlar Narrative of Lord and Lady Dunraven. Apropos to the report that the Brevoort House was to be closed, which was deiued, however, tberels a story that Lady Dunraven has been known to tell about the famous old Inn, says the New York Tribune. The countess is described by those who know bcr as a woman much more inclined to common sense than to ghost-haunted Oock lanes, even with Dr. Johnson's authority 6be used to tell the facts in the talesimply for what they were worth. It was more Uian one decade ago , years before the Valkyrie was thought of, when Lord Dunraven was firet interested iu the mining regions of northern Michigan. He and Lady Dunraven were staying in Nw York for a few days before starting west and had taken rooms at the Brevoort pleas ant rooms, with a view of the avenue and a nice glimpse of "Washington square. The first night, being tired with- their voyage, they went early to bed, bat, as it happened, not so early to sleep. Both the carl and the countess were blessed with hearty English constitutions. They were not at all accastomed to lying awake till the small hours. They wondered whattlieycouldbavedone, what they could have eaten or drunk to afflict them with such gratuitous vigilance. Just at a venture, finally, they bundled themselves out into the adjoining parlor, made themmselves extempore couches there and slept soundly till morning. Next nsght and the night after there was thesame wake fulness and in the end the fame migration to the adjoining room for relief. They began to think they should have to leave town earlier than they had planned, for they woald not forthe world nave made any pre text to shift chambers. Tbe explanation of the mystery, if it was an explanation, came out by chance. They had a call before long from an old-time New Yorker whom they had met in England, an authority on all matters pertaining to the town'6 minor history. "I wonder." lie re marked casually, "that they have given you Uiese rooms. You know it was in that room there, not so long ago, that a Mr. X hanged himself." It was in that room that Lord and Lady Dunraven had tried In vain to 'sleep, aud they exchanged signifi cant glances. Of course, it was only a co incidence, they said; but the next day they took their departure for the West. . Stilt Ttnclna: In France. A loiig-dibtnnec race on Milts is a f jght worth heemg, oven if it were not fccme what of a novelty. In this country mcli a thing is unheard of. but in France, whore Khepherdb of tho Lsmdes have hnil to ufo stiflts for many a century, such matches, though lew, are not uuUi.owii.aiid cur,us crowds gather along the mads to wutcJi the touglegs go by. From Paris to Bordeaux is atwnit 273 allies atd along thurotid la-t Amxjiis ion day Mils, the grent race of the year, took place. In lfc92 the count) wat from I'arlh to JJelfort,wlitch ih the;mio dn-tnnoL-,and though the conditions of the road and weathar wore very similar, the times then acoouiplbJicd won? easily beaten, probably owing to lheontt being closer and the result being in doubt for a long period. Thi wmrer did the whole diMnnce this year in teventy-six hours and July-five minutes. bis het run lor tivonty-rourli'Hirs Iwjing wiMjty.jiine miles. Iu the Liu.det. the average length or tW fctilts is about forty -live inches, but the wjmser had his a cood twenty inches longer and was thus enabled to lake uroeh jaii-Ume inches in length. Thlb additional length, how ever, bad its dhdvaiitgfc-, lor varii tlilt weight! mImiiiI nine pounds. whiuh jnratlier lioavy for a t inier-loo that has to le worked eonUuumiKly for three days and may account for what, alter all, is a verv insignificant performance. The fact is Hurt the suit is iimiu-d by its weight length does not matter; and paradoxical as it may apjK-ar, the longer it is the safer it is The suit as ordinarily used by boys, a slick of about four feet L NDTH SPECIALIST. Dr. Shade, 1232 FonrtcentJi street, is a Bpocialistin all diseases of the air passages, Nasal, laryngeal and bronchial catarrh, pharyngitis, laryngitis, tonsilitis, bron OOtis, ulceration of the throat, diphtheria aiid-tubercular consumption. Office "hours, 9 to 11 a. m., 3 to 3 p. en. and 4 to 6 p. m. Terms reasonable. Consultation and examination, free. AMUSEMENTS. ACA DEM V. G HA ND OPERA SEAFON. Populnr Prices, 25c, 30c. 75c and $1.00. Faff well appearances ot HINRICHS crcaonmdpra toagut I The Bohemian Girl. French, Fleming, Mlcheloiin. Ganor, Karl, etc Fri. "Tlo .Tt-wosa" (with Mons. Gullle): Mat. Sat. "Mignon": Sat. nieht. farewell, grnnd double bill, "Paglla"cl" and "11 Xrovatore;" all tho artists appearing. "JUEW NATIONAL THEATER. 1' Every Evening aud Saturday Matinoo. DAM EL FROiI UAN'.S N. V LYCEUM THEATER COMPANY. T0-P FORTUNE. Next week THE COMEDY SEASON. Jockey ST. ASAPH, VA. Racing Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays until fur ther notice. General Admission, 50 Cents- SIX RACES eacji day. Firet rnco 2.30 p. m. Special trains Ulroct to grand stand from Sixth Mroetstutlou at 1.30 aud 2:10 p. m.; other trains 11.50 and 12.50. E. E DOWNHAM, STEVE STILLWELL, President Secretary. niyl2-tf. Emmet Guard Encampment and Fete Capitol Park, N. Cap. and G Sts., Co:nmen lug Monday evening. May 20, and con tinuing until Stturday oven 113. May 23. Dancing, Merrr-go-round. Pavilion The.itor, Throw.ng at Heads. Athletic Contests. &c, &c To-night Dress Parado by First Regiment and N. U. Drum Corps. Admission, - - - IO Cents. KEUNAN'S LYCEUM. THEATER All This Week. FLYNN'S LONDON GAIETY GIRLS, Monday Evening, Jlnv 27. MANAGER EUGENE KEUNAN'S BENEFIT GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Edward H, ALLK.V. Manager. Eronlncs at S:13. Saturday Matineo at 2. Fourth Week. Third Comedy Season. riti-.m:iii: oom ani i:tii'Ay. Prosontiug by Soecial Arrangement tho Throo act Farcical Cumody, THE GUV'NOH. PRICES: orchestra Chairs, 7oc Orcliestra Circle 50c. Balcony. 2.Sc. May 27, Fifth Weok PINK DOMINOS. BUTLER'S DIJOU THEATER. Real 25e ami fiOo MuiIucck Tuesday, TlinrhUuy and Saturday. The pictur esque lrihh rumetiy TRUE IRISH HEARTS. Mahter ChrlsMc- Spruessr and Miss Virgle LucUett, Washington's favorite child danc ers, will appear at every periurmunce. Next week "Uucle Tom's Cabin " J AUCTION SALES. JtHAL ESTATE NOTES AT AUCTION. By authority of two certain collateral notes dated, resjieotively, March 5, 1894, and April -i, 1894, both of which are now overdue and unpaid, we will fell at public auction, at our auction-rooms, 9ih and D sts. nw., "Washington, D. C, at ONE O'CLOCK P.M.. ON SATURDAY, MAY 25, A. D. 1895, at the request of the holder of said notes, the following dcKctiled collateral, viz.: Mortgage notes secured upon lots in Glen Echo Heights, Md., us follows: Of Nellie A. Brown, for $853.50; of Amnion H. Johnxon, for $543.79; of Mary J. Armstrong, Tor 5f44o.21; of Charles M. Yeates. for S1.319.U5; or Victor Al Indo le ff, for $2,922.G1; of L. S. B11M1, for $408.32;ofVK-torMindelerf,lor $1,838.15; of Nellie A. Brown, Tor $7G5.10;of Victor Mindelefr. for $1,927.40; or L. S. Bush, for S464.Q0; of L. S. Bubh, for $404.00; of Eliz. D. Taj lor, for $400; of Edwin IL Neuiueyer, for $527.25, aud of Edwin H. Neumeyer, for $127.25. Terms cash. By order of holder or notes. DUNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers. niy23-d.tds EATCLIFFE. DARR & CO., AUCTION EERS, 920 PA. AVE. NW. TRUSTEES' SALE OF ONE FIVE GLASS LANDAU CARRIAGE. By virtue of a chatt"! deed of trust, duly recordid in Liber. lfe48.rolio 489etseq.,of Land Records or thi District ot Columbia, and at the request or the party secured thereby, 1 will sell at public auction at the salesroom or Ratclirre, Darr & Co., No. 920 Pennsylvania avenue northwest, onSATUR DAY, JUNE 1st, 1893,at 12o'clock m., the following property t d.senued in said deed or trust, to-wit.: One Fivi Glass Landau Carriage, made by B. Mauville & Co., New Haven, Conn., trimmed in green cloth and silk lace. Terms Cash. GARRETT B. VAN NEST, m23,26,28730jul. Trustee. DUNCANSON BROS. .AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO BRICK DWELLINGS SITUATE ON N STREET, BETWEEN FIRST AND SECOND STREETS SOUTHEAST. By virtueor two deeds of trusts to upbear ing date April 16, It 90, and recorded in liber 14G9, folios 451 et eeq. aud 455 et feq. of tbe Jnnd records of the District of. Columbia and at the request of the nartr secured thereby, we will sell at public auction in front or the prunlte.s on TUESDAY, the TWENTY-FIRST DAY OF MAY.A.D. lfc95,begmniugai4:3uociocK p. m., the following pieces or parcels of laud situate in the City of Washington, Distnct ot Columbia, aud being all of lots, numbered 54 and 55, 111 CHARLES GES3 FORD'S sub-division of lots in Bquaro numbered 744 as per plat lecorded in Book 17, page 0, of the records of the surveyor's office of the DLstnct of Columbia, together with improvements, etc. Property will be sold separately. TERMS OF SALE: One-third cae h, bal ance in one and two years, for which notcsof tlnt4urcJiner, secured by deed of trust on the property sold, and tearing interest at tbe rate or 0 percent, per annum, interest payable s-t-nii-aunually, will Lo fakeu, or nlfcash at purchaser's opt Icu. A depohitof $100 w.ill be required at time ot eale on each houfce 'told. All couveyaucing and recording at-puichater's coit. Terms ot pale to be.- complied with in fifteen days from date or tale, otherwise trustees re serve the right to resell the property at rlek and cost or defaulting purchaser or purchasers.- CHARLES H. CRAGDM, Trustee. KOBERT E.BRADLBY, Trustee. The above, sale is postponed on account of the rain to Wednesday, May 29, 1895, same hour and place. CHARLES ii. CRAGIN. Trustee. ItOBERT E. J1EADLEY, Trustee. m9-d&ds high, with a Test a foot from the ground, is a inns tr dangerous toy, particularity if it has a loop for the foot lo rest in, instead of a bracket for it to rest on. Tlio Floral Emblem. 4,A friend of mine,1' said a citizen, "asked me the other "evening to go and call on some friends of his who had lost the bead ot the family the day previous. lie had been an honest old Irishman, a laborer with the pick and shovel. While we were wiUi the family an old man entered who had worked by his side for years. Expressing hts-fcorrow at Hie Toss of his friend and glancing about the room, be observed a largefloralanchor. Scrutinizing itclsely, be turned to the widow and in a low tone asked: Who sent the pick?" CaxiiB High, Too. 44W!iy,he actually cut Mr. Btorflington, and Storflington, you know, is one of the better sort," "Yes; choice cuts come high aow but we must have 'em.' Boston Transcript. PE3SONAlJt Just opened. Scloutlflc mns sago, vapor, plain and sen r.HRFinlKlllP I I Biilt UUU13 juuuutiu uroi- 9 a. m. toO p. m. Mmc. Burnett, 512 Est. nw ( ap7-tf STYLISH dresses made, $3 and $5; silk waists, $2. MISSES DRESSES, 811 10th nw., first floor. m23-3t PKOF. CXjJ&, wonderrul clairvoyant and medium, tells your Hfo from cradle to grave; every hidden mystery revealed; tells tho business that will bring you great est success; in iovo affaird ho never tails; foretells with a certainty ali commercial and business transactions; twlve years es tablished. DO conts each. HoutaO to 9; open buiiduy. ,4&u H St., bbtweeu 4 1-2 and Cth sts. aw. IVtME. BROOKE tells all the events of life; all business confidential; ladiua and gentlemen, 50 cents each; hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. G05 New York avenue northwest, near Sixth street. mvl5-14t TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Cards, $1.50; Ictler-heads. $2.25 bill-heads, $2.00; envelopes, $2.25 per 1,000; t0 vis iting cards, 25c. HARRY PARK, Printer, 9fcu F. SITUATIONS furnished to all who are willing to work. Apply at Rooms 54 and 55 l,- Droit b.nlding. msx .iu ARISTOS, the best blood puririer. Will cure Syphilis, Scrofula. Eczema.and all bad hlood disorders. All druggists Prico 50c and $1.00. mayO-lmo T A TWT7Q NEEDING CONFIDENTIAL A-XXJLJLJLLQ treatment Aeafoandeure relief i.n all female trouble; constipation, Irregularities, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula, etc. Separate rooms lor patients before and during conrint-ment, and Hurt homes for in.'antH if required. Strictly con fidential. Mrs. Dr. Czarra Rentier, 34 B street northeast. Washington. D. C. MME. ESTELLE tells all the events of life In German and English; hours 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.; 25 aud 50 cents; cures all cases ot miming ordry sores: 913 19th st. nw. apr24-lmo CLEAN your wall paper and ceilings with Chicago cleaner; anyone can use it; costs but 50 cents for two large rooms, and your pnper will look like new. For sale at 229 Gjunw. ml8-7t DR. TAYLOR. 800 FST. NW.. MAKES FULL eets of teeth for 55; satlafactioa guaran teed: teth cxttacted without pain; gold Ail ing. $1; umalgam, M conts. iur7-3m J. T. WALKER SONS, 204 10th St. nw.. carpet lining, felts, fire brick and clay, asbestos, paints, brushes, !Iineceroent, two aud three-ply rooting material. apr21-lmo S20.00 will paper your house throuirh out in fiist-elass paper; call and see I 1. t. .PA8.1?1 a,,Ui w"lca". C.IIAS. N. EVANS, 22 13th et.sw. mI9-7t j WANTED MALE Oil FEMALE. "W-ANTED Borrow $C00 of rtsponsibic private party, short t tus: lady or gen tleman loaning the amount can have perma nent ofiice position if suitable; good wages Address CONTRACTOR, thit ofiice. m23-3t "W-ANTED A limited number or intelli gent ladies and gentlemen out of employment and willing to work can secure good positions at $0 per week by calling at 10G9 II st. nw. my21-3t WANTED PAINTING HOUSE AND Btore fronts, graining, hard oil finishing, decorating; special designs submitted lor ceilings. We use and sell Dixon's Graphite Paint; lasts on tin tools from 9 to IS years, luuee 25 year?. All lecksMoppdd free. GUARANTEE PAINT CO., Basement No. G15 E fit. nw. WantedTry Rubber Roof Paini. WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE And cbarpo onlvfor painting; work guaranteed. NAT. RUBBER ROOF TAINT CO , 1U21 Btn nw. WANTED ALL BEER DRINKERS TO CALL ntllusli'a new place, S17 7tU bL aw., and get a nlco cold bottlo of beer for 0 cent. au51-lyr LEGAL NOTICES. ESTATE OF LENA MANGUM, LATE OF District of Columbia Application having been made to the Hiiprenio eoiirt of the District of Columbia, holding orpliuiu court, for letters of administration on haid estat, by Luther Mangum, this is to give notice to all concerned 10 appear iu eaid court on FRIDAY, THE 14TH DAY OF JUNE, A. D., 1895, ut 10 o'clock a. 111.. to show cause why euch application' should not be granted. Attest: L. P. "WRIGHT, Register ot Wills, D. C. SAMUEL d', TKU1TT. my23,30,je6 ProjtorljorAppbvmit, ESTATE OF CATHARINE HUDN11LL, deceased, late of the DISirJci, of Colum bia Application having been made to the supreme-court of the District of Cotiiiiinia, holding orphans' court, for probate of a last will and testament of Calhatiuu Hudnell and for letters testamentary on said estate, by Delaware Hmiucil, the ex ecutor named therein, this is- to give notice to all concerned to appear in said court on FRIDAY, THBH4TU. JA OF JUNE. A. D., 1895, at 10 o'clock a; 111,, to show cause why such allpTiculinh should not lie granted. Attest: L. P. "WRIGHT, Register of Wills, D.C. THOMAS B.' "WARRICK, my23.30,je6 Proctor tor Applicant. "NOTICE TO B0TTLERSfhe public are hereby warueu tuat 1 ihiyi; ineu in me office of the clerk ot the supreme court of the Distirct of Columbia thcsJoiiowing-de-scribed bottles, and the pulbic are hereby cautioned not to use eaid bottles without ni v consent u nder tin penaltof th3 laj : Filed May 1G 1895. J. R.TpUNG. Clerk. Washington. D. C, May 16, lb?5. To John R. Young. Clerk Supreme Court, District of Columbia. Sir- in accordance with the provisions of sections eleven hundred and eighty-eight (1188) and eleven hundred and eighty-nine (1189) of the Revised Statutes of the United States, relating to the District of Columbia , ,,. , J I hereby place on file with you, ad said clerk, adcscriptiouot unities o wiieu ujimb Green glass beer bottles, with the follow- . Blank forms of proposals and spccifica ing blown irUie glass. Viz : u all(l aU ncccssarT information can -.TiSS.inlnSU"-- obiaMe.l at Ul.S .dl.ee. iMopow.W monogram F. H. G.).Eegisterd, "Washing ton. I). C. Also Deer ooxes. F. H. GEHRMANN. 118 Lst. nw. .Washington. D. C. -Witness: CHAS. P. GEHRMANN. A True Copy. Test: J. K. iObftU. Clprl;. By L. P. "WILLIAMS, A6t. Clerk. my2l-tu.th,6at- PERSONALS. HERNIA can be cured by the new pro cess, no matter how bad the rupture; further particulars apply at 1230 I st. nw. m23-3t JV.STR0LOGY points out the true road to happiness, marriages, business aud inveslmetits. Office hours, from 1 to 5 dully, at 1230 I'-stow. m23-3t I .A.M: NOT A 1OQHNTESS nor a Gypsy queen; am not a fctviiiin uuugmcr; was not bom with a caul; am not some thing new and jufet arrived, but am MME. FRANCIS, ono ot tfte oldest established mediums, and ntUfjluiro to stay. Am not indorsed by the clfjrgj, but am indorsed by same ot the most learned aud influential people of our city aiid many others; am horc to help all those that are in trouble. Life given from icradle to grave. Cards, 25; trances, 50. Hovh, 9 to 9. 400 East Capitol Bticet. Tltope that are in trouble call and bo couvlffiedl ml7-7t AMERICA'S GREATEST MEDIUM. Mrs. Erric McNeil-, 1914 Pa. ave. nw. Thoso desiring reliable spiritual advice on matters of businessr, persoual or domes tic interest, will find a visit to this phe nomenal medium a satisfactory and profit- ame experience, timings, ni. Business examinations a specialty, and ' satisfaction guarnuiecu. ah commuuica tionsstrictlyconfidoniial. - m21-7t 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 hame money. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619 1) st. nw. my21-7t THE "3 DAYS" CURE Gonorrhoea and gleet cured in 3 days or no churge; dis eases of men only; consultation free. DR. McKEEHAN, 710 12th st. nw. ml7-7t FOIt EXCHANGE. EQUITY in desirable improved reul es- tato to ext.hange tor good grocery and Iirovislon More or coal jaid. Addiess or call on C. C. CHURCH, 519 12th st. nw. mayl7-7t "WANTED "HOO MS. WANTED Dyyoiiiigiiiun and mother, two communicating rooms on 2nd floor, with board; within ten minutes' walk of Times t office; permanent if suited. Answer, stat- i Ing lowest terms, c. E. L., this orilcy. m22-3t 3tOOMS AND HOABD. TWO or tltree boarders wanted in Eek iugton; cars pass house; nice rooms and good board; terms reasonable E. R. 8., 319 V 61?, Eekiugton. Address ms-2t '6 &J Do you have trouble ing good help? Times Want ads. will give you a wide selection, and the rate is but a cent a word. - Do you want a. situation? Try a Want ad., forjiye business men and women will read it. FOUND. FOUND Saturday -"morning, on F st., between 9th nudr10Ui, a lady's gold watch. Owner call G39 P nw. 23 BUSINESS CHANCES. FOR SALE Dining room, at 352 Pa. ave. nw.; excellent stand, selling on account ofhcalth. Applyonprenusej. m23-3t FOR SALE Fine grocery store : gor.d locality; good reason for selling. 1101 Gth st. no. ' m23-7t t FOR SALE To capitalists, exclusive right in patent for oil filter; cheap. Ad dress INVENTOR, this office. iu23-4t FORSALE Cigar storo'.a bargain: prom inent location; doing a good paying busi ness. Addre3sC.B.B.,thisoffice. my23-3t HALF INTEREST i.u rajirg busiucsf to live man $75. Address OPPORTUNITY, this office. m23.lt I PAY-spot cash for stores and stocks of merchandise of ijny description, such as clothing, shoes, dry goods, caipets, etc.; amount no object. Address 15. F0HS, How ard House. my21-7t DORSEY CLAGETT, 612 14TH ST. NW., General hroker in local stocks and bonds at best market prices, all dividend and in terest paying. my7 Ita LOST. LOST Sunday, 19th, 1 mall white pet dog; lotig curly hnfr; liberal leward. Re turn to-G27R.T.nve. nw. m23-3t LOST K. P. chanli at Hanover, Pa. ave. and 3d t. yesterday (Monday). Lib eral reward if returned to UENR f DlS MER, Hotel Hanover. . inyal :tt niorosALS. PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING MATE RIAL Orrice PulJliC Buildings and Grounds, War Department, Washington, D. 0., May 21, lb95. Sealed proposals, in duplicate, will be received hen: until 2 p. m., MONDAY, June 17, lfe5, Tor lur nlshing materials for the building to be erected oh tbe site of the Government Printing Office-stables, as lollops. Cia&s 1. bilck; class 2, cement and linJu; class 3, sand; class 4, lumber; efu,ss 5, terra cotta for floor arches and iire-proom g. A separate proposal fur each class is de sired. Enveiopt'dhil&iild be n.ui;d uo as to indicate theclavi.rf lor whicij proposals are made-. Right" is leservud to rcyeut any and aiipropoijals'. Fomiij audu.vii leatiniis can be obtained here. JOHN M. WiLsoN, Col., Engineers. mj21,2,23,24,qel4-15 OFFICE' OF the CotumUsNinera of the District of Columbia, Washington, May j 16, 1895. Sealed proposals-' for the collection, removal and uitpaoat of garbage and dead animals in and tor the District of .Columbia, lora jjjci.od ot lour yeuis and eight inont hV,'" Iwginniug Novemb.-r 1st, 1S95, will be received at' this office until i o ciocK m. juiw. -i, j.- .should luniadB ontheoffiilal form and each be accompanied by a copy" of the specifi cations. J. W. ROHd. GEORGE TKUKfiJiKLL, ' ' CUARL ''.' w I'wiiLL, -myl9-6- Ccmir.iisionM, D. 0. HELP -WANTED FEMALE WANTED 2 colored women cooks, 3 cuumucnuitidH, 5 general houbeworkers, 1 bell boy, 1 laundress. COLUMBIA AGENCY, 920 0th nw. m23-2t WANTED First-class cooks and gen eral houseworkcra; nice homes; good pay; we give you work immediately and wait for the money if you call at once. -117 K st." nw. It WANTED A young white girl or woman for general housowork and care of chil dren. Cullatonceat625Hst.ce. m23-lt WANTED Good colored cook; none but a good one need apply. Call 907 M st. nw. It WANTED At once three girls to sew on labels. Apply at. NEW YORK CLOTH ING HOUSE, 3117thHl.nw.iu22-26 WANTED Expeiieuced hand? on shirt waists, wrappers and children's un-bHes. 1824 7th st. nw. m22-3t SI TTJA Tl ONS WANTED -FEMALE. WANTED By a settled colored woman, a Mlualfon as cook; willlpg to go in the country. G22 0 st. nw. It HELP -WANTED MALE. "WANTED An assistant man cook; one that can cut meats and make himself generally useful about the kitchen . Ap plv NAVY YARD EXCHANGE, 1100 8th hum. m23-2t WANTED By a person in official place a bright young man of good habits aud family and educaUon; content with small pay and advancement; must be stenographer and typewriter. Address A. B. C, this office. 2;J WANTED A gentleman of good educa- tlouand appearance tointerviow business men. Address L, AB. , this office. m23-U "WANTED Colored man to cook for rest- , aurniit and do general work around bar; wages, $G per week: no Sunday work. Ad- dreas RESTAURANT, this office. m22-3 WANTED Intelligent boy. to make him self ubetut about utore and miteriuiida; good opportunity to learn business. A1-drcj-n Times Olflce. ni22-3t SITUATIONS WANTED MALE. SS CASH will be given to anyone ee curing mo a position us watchman in a privato institute; must be peimauent; best ot refs. W. H., this office. it W-ANTED By a respectable young col ored man, a place aB but.er, or house work; can drive; good city refa. 824 14th st. jiort Invert. ll, -WANTED By j-oung lady, a place at soda fountain or. confectionery store; ref erence. Address P. K., 1529 33d st., "Wcst Washington. my23-2t in secur MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD furniture, pianos, horses, carriages, wag ons, &c; the property willremainundisturb ed, iu your possession; teinis easy; lowest rates; privateoffices;allbusincss-strictly con fidential; you can have tho money the day you apply for it; payments can be inuilo on the prncipnl at any t me; euch payment made will letten the cobt of currying the loan. Please call on CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO., C02 F St. nw., main floor. MDVP.V Tf) T.nTC A ll olnscoo t root I eastate loans made with promptness at cur rent rates. THE McLACHLEN REAL ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor uer lOtii and G streets nw. m9tt lFnrvlE:V TO LOAN IN mvM- 1 A ANY SU3IS DESIRED At 5 and 6 por cent WALTER IL ACKEK, 701 14th st nw ap25-3m VTONEY 'O LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. LIFE OF BORROWER INSURED For amount advanced; easy payments; about ecpial to rout R. L. GOODILAN, ai-30-3mo 603 13lh st nw. MONEY To loan. It you desire to borrow 011 real estate come direct to my orficc; interest 5 per cent. THOS.F.BARRETT&CO.,51912thst.nw a30-3m lowent rates of intorest: no delay in closlnc transactions. O. C. GREEN, np21-3m 203 7th at. nw. MONEY TO LOAN First trust on city property only, to Le paid back in small monthly payments, On $1,000, monthly payment $9.31 On $2,000, monthly payment 18.02 On $3,000. monthly payment 27.93 Above pajments ii.clude interest. JAMES" G. JESTER. G29 F St. n.w. myl-3mo -VTONEY TO LOAN 1,003 TO $100,000. AT 5 iYl per cont, on ral estato ecurity. No de lay. V1 H. SAUNDERS is CO.. mrl5.3mo3 1407 F st iiw. -YJpASIlINGTONMOKTGAGE LOAN COMPANY Vi will lend you $20 and upward ca furniture, nianoa. hcres,swaEons, etc.: no publicity and I property to remain in your undisturbed posses- tlon; loaus pain tu uart or m lull at any time to cuit the conyenience ot tho borrower, aud any pert paid 1 educes the coat ot carrying the loan in proportion to tho amount paid. WASHING TON MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY, 610 J? at n. w. , HK. FULTON'S LOAN OFFICE. 1218 FA. ave., n. w. Established in 1870. Monoy loaned on watche3, diamonds, Jowolry, ailTer-ware,-ota .Special bargains Iu watchea.'jewelry, and silverware. fo-TMiino ':-'-- FOR SALE- -LtJTS. . ' 1 ! , 1 " ' LOTS F0R SALE Chojce lots in the nw. and ncr'sextions, 25x150 and 24.6x136, at from 10c. -to 15c. per square foot; no other ground can bo purchased as near tho center of flic city at double the price asked; a chance for speculation and to secure a good hbine. Call for plat and full infor mation, apd we. will give you good reasons why youshould buy. Smollcashpayments, "balance on lGng time. JNO. F, WAGGA MAN, 70P 14th st. Uipstairs). mygl-7t FOR SALE BICYCLES. I HAVE a large assortment of second hand wheels, all in good condition, mnirinir frnm CK m Sift" nwrKOnS deT- itig to purchase will do well to see me. E. S. KEYS, 105 H st. De. my22-3t v" a FOR RENT HOUSES. In the following list houses 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. 8.50-3103 K nw.. 4r. DEKBLE, DAVIS & CO.. 1319 7 nw S9. 00 610 Shsridan sr. nw.: 5-rm brick. DAVID D. STONE. 806 Fat nw. 50.30330 L no 4ra wa. DEEBLE, DAVIS X- CO., 1319 F st nw. $12.502718 Poplar nw..6r. bk. (col). DEEBLE. DAVIS & CO.. 1319 F nw. $12.50 1129 7thst so., Br brick. O. T YODER. 615 E st, nw. $12.8012 Patterson at ne , 5 rs. HEIbKELL & McLERAN. 1003 F at nw. $15- 1337 80th, 6r. and celiac DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 F nw. $15.50 12 Enw.. 5r. rrame. WALTER ii. ACKER, 701 lith nw. SXT 1031 2dne.;8rooiuHandifttli;iu.i. m21 -7t OWNER, 247 12tnst.se. $18 HC5.:il7-1119 Harvard, CotHts .Cr. frame. DEEBLE. DAVIb fc CO., 1319 P nw $18.50-227 and 229 10th ne.,6r. and bath, DEEBLE. DAVIS & CO., 1319 F nw. $2SO to anyone getting mo employment nt$tO a w ek. Addret-s H. L.. this of fice. m21 -2t $20.40408 O st. nw.. 6 rooms and bath. THOS. F. BARRETT & CO. 525 13th st. nw. $20.50 Three squares from H Bt. cable; lOr. and b.; cheapest house in city; 623 L st. ne. TU03. F. BARRETT & CO., 519 12th St. nw. $21.50 510 1st se.,6r. and bath. DEEBLE. DAMS & CO.. 1319 F nw. $25.00 9r. and bath. 702 F st. ne. THO S . F. B All R ETT & CO. . 5 1 9 1 2 tfa. $23.50 103 E se.. 8r., a. mL bll lstse., 7r. audcath.A. m. I. DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO.. 1319 F nw. S500 124 11th st.se., 9 R. B., eel., fur. JAMES G: JESTER, G39Fst. nw. S25 1219 32d st. 12ra & b. R03 Meridian ave. Mt P Sri DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO.; 1319 F at nw. $25.30710 N. C. av. se., 6r & b.; re duced from $30. THOS. F. BARRETT & CO. 525 13th St. nw. S25.50-30Uthst so , 6r. brica. all m, I C. T. YODER. 615 Eat nw. SS550- 13911thst.nc.,8R.B.,m.i. JAMES G. JESTER, 639 F st. nw. 25-50 516 1st ae., 7r., bath, .-v. m. L DEEBLE. DAVIS CO.. 1919 F nw. -1209 U st. nw., G R. B., recep. JAMES G. JESTER. 639 F st. nw. S3000-102 llthst.se., 9 R. B.. eel., fur. JAMEB G. JE8TER, 639 F st. nw. 30.00310, 312 rf. C. av, 6a. 6r., both new. O. T. YODEK. 615 E st. nw. $3024 3d st. ne.; all mod.; 8 roonu and cellar. C.T.YODER.OlyEst.nw. 30.5046 E nw., 7r., m. L; 225 N. Cap. at. WALTER H. ACKER, 70414th nw. S3XOO 211 11th st. se., 9 R. B., ccl. fur. JAMES G, JESTER, 039 F st. nw. $32.50 2908 Nnw.. 10s, and bath. DEEBLE, DAVIS CO. 1319 F aw. $35. OO-1420 9th st. nw.,8r. b.: m. I. C. T. YODER, 615 E Bt, nw. $35.00 and 52 R at ne.: 9 rs. and b.; m. L DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO. $35.003318 Brown St., Mt. Pleasant. 7 r. and bath. fr. cottage, a. m. i. l-2acre. DEEBLE.DAVIS&CO. 35.00 39th &Lylea ats.. Tenia. 12-r br'kh Wil. BHlTl,Tenuallytown,D. C. 535.50 1244 5th at, cor. store and dwelling. 7 r3. UE1SKELL & MCLERAN, 1003 Fat nw. J35.50 113 E nw., 9t; 503 N. J. ar.,9n 1921 17th nw., Sr , m. L WALTER H. ACKER, 704 llthaw. S38-75-653 Md. av. ne.. 10 R. B.. pa pered. JAMES G. JESTER, 639 F st. nw. S38.75-G51 Md. av. no., 10 R. B., pa pered. JAMESG.JESTER, 639 F st. nw. $40 1401 31st, 12r. frame, a, m. L l;h.BLE, DAVIS CO., 1319 F nw. 840.501505-7-9 22d nw., 9r new. 1341 U nw. lln 125 E nw.. 5r. WALTER H ACKER.704Uthnw. $42.50 FOR RENT House; 11 rooms and bath 307 G&t. uw.,fiey nextdoor myl2-7t $45.00 1S21 Rises pL nw.. 3-atorr. 12-r.buff b. A. STRAUSS, 303 7th at nw. FOR RENT Frey's handsome residence and studio, 1343 Corcoran st., few doors from Fourteenth St.; 12 rooms, a. m. i.; stable, side and rear alley; very low rent to good tenant. Apply on premises. m23-3t FOR RENT New, handsome house; saloon parlor; 8 rooms; cellar: a. ro.i.; heater; stationary wash tubs; back alley; cars pass door; 908 11th st. se.; $22.50. Apply 900 llthst.se. in 23 -7 1 FOR RENT New handsome house; saloon parlor; 8 rooms; cellar; a. m. i.; heater; stationary wash tubs; back alley; cars pais door. 908 11th st. se,; $22.50. Apply 900 same street. myl7-7t FOR RENT Drugst ore and Ice cream par lor; superior touny thing In the city, located at intersection of Brightwood avenue and Bock Creek church road, Petworth addi tion; terms reasonable. For particulars ap ply to AUSTIN P. BROWN & CO., 141G F 6t. nw., or at above building in Petworth. apl9.tt FOR RENT or lease for term, ot years, a nice 6-rooni cottage cor. of W--t and Queen sts., Alexandria, Va.; 5 minutes to aepot; trains hourly; ticauurul grounds, flowers and garden; a fine chance for officeholder; c'opap rent. FRANK HOME, 454 Pa. ave. nw. my21-7t FOR RENT 1717. 1719 De Sales st nw.; these houses are new and very com plete; 10 rooms; beautitul outlookf all modern improvements; will not be rented Tor boarding-houses. O. C. GREEN, 303 7tb st. nw. a23 lm FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Dyeing and cleaning estab lishment with splendid trade; reason forselllug: owner leaving country. For par ticulars address or calL.at GEORGE ELS, 917 Est. nw. "fr" m23-7t FORSALE Beericabox;neartynew. 519 llthst.se. .v m23-2t FOR SALE A solitaire diamond; white stope: 3 5- carats; a bargain. Address F. F.. this office. ni23-2t FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE-Oue full leather-top family surrey in good con dition. Inquiro 714 8tbst. ne. iu22-3C FOR SALE OR EXGHANGE Fancy gro cery store, new stock.and fixtures, on I4tb st. nw., doing good cash business; good reason for selling. THOS. F. BARRETT & CO., 519 12th st. nw. LAWN GRASS SEED fertilizer, insecti cide, sprinklers for plants and lawns, mon keys, parrots, canaries, mocking birds, gold fish, dogs, apd., fancy pigeons. SCHMID'S, 712 12that. pw., branch 1221 Pa. ave. niylO-tf FOR BENT TYPETf-B1TEB. WANTED Bargains.iq typewriters; rent ed at reduced rates, with, privilege of pur chase; iold on Instalments': perfect machine; guaranteed. 011 7th (. ntr. xnar23-8za FOR SALE HOUSES. yOR SALE 9 -room house; bay window; all modern improvements; 1209 L- at. nw. Apply to owner, H.FRIEDLANDER, cor. 9th and E sts. nw. m23-3t?- FOR RENT $40; 1716 F st. nw ; lira,, bath and basement; m. I. Apply 1714 F at. ny2t-36 FOR SALE A home for $25 cash, $10per month: new, 2-story frame house, with stable, water, etc.; lot over 14x137 to 30-foot alley; don't miss thin opportunity; title good; only $1,425; house No. 1741 Ast.se.. O. M BRYANT, Owner, Warder building, 9th and F sts. my21-3fe W A NTED HOUSES. EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE in Mount Pleus - ant; about $0,000; easy terms; bar gain. PURCHASER, this otfice. tu22-3 FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Two nice rooms on Eecond floor, convenient to bath. 64 D st. ne. m23-3t FOR RESPECTABLE COLORED tenants, nice airy rooms fur. or unfur., cheap. It 417 K st. nw. FOR RENT At 324 Maple ave-., Le Droit Park, a very large nicely furcishediUl story, bay window Tront room, south and north exposu re; price $8permontli. m23.-8t FOR RENT Second story, front room; nicely furnished; cheap to right parties; one-hair squaw of G. P. O. luq. 604 N. Capitol st. ru22-3t FOR RENT Three rooms, suitable for light housekeeping; over Roe's dnyr store, 7tb and L sts. n w.; to suitable party; rent very low. Inquire at drug store. my21-3t r NINE ROOMS and stable; lot 100x225: Charlton Heights. Md.; clear of inenm brance. THOS. F. BARRETT & CO. FOR SALE LOTS. LOT 54x128 E. Cap. t.; 14th and 15th, 65a foot; F t. cars will pass door la a year. . Lot 30 reet front on Columbia road, near 15th st. nw., $1.25 foot: neighborhood new and busy witb lmpioyements. ' Lot 25 reet front on N- H. ave.. near S St.; economical, only 10 feet in rear, $4 foot; choicest locality in aty for fins residence. Apply 204 9th st. nw. SALE 01 EXCHANGE. SEVEN-ROOM COTTAGE. lot 50x125, ut Charlton Heights, Md : clear of incum brance. TH03. F. BARRET & CO., 519 12th St. nw. MISCELLANEOUS. GET a No. e at 1004 Pennsylvania ave. nw. my23-2t GRANOLITHIC walks, cellar and stable floors laid at reduced rates. P. R. PUL MAN &. CO., 55 Ivy et. se. m23-7t TEN CENTS car fare will be returned for every suit of clothes brought to the "WASHIMiTON STEAM AND UYHlNGr "WORKS. 60S 11th St. nw . and 80 Eat. nw. Altering aud repairing a speeBuly. CARL JAKUER. ui2 52O given to anyone who will secure me a position paying $10 a week; best reference. m22-2t H. L., this orrice. TipHERE ARE OTHERS" IN THS PRrNTDi G X bualneas. hat few concerns like The Law Reporter Company, of 513 Fifth street north west Yon'll Had it a positive-reliar to trad ther. Dolt M. W. ilOOREvAIsr; TIOTE. DIRECTORY. HOTEL TAKOMA. North Takoma.D. C, "Will reopen TUESDAY. MAY 7. ap29-lmo WALTER BURTON-. ROOMS 50 a? CENTS TO 31.50 -BY WEEK: to ia Hot water. heat, and bells and recall bells la eTery rcom. .OUt VERNON HO TEL, 218 4J St nw. fe2a.lt EBBITT HOUSE, "Washington. 13. C. H. C. BURCH. Manager- FOUND. FOUND The cash place to buy; Gold Preiuium best mixed paints, also SI; glos3 stain, only at YOUNG &. CO.'S Paint Store, 714 K street northwest, SOLE AGENTS. Saving of 25 per cent. Brushes, oils, and varn lshea. mar3 -3mo3 RAILROADS. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. STATION CORNER OF 6ETH AND 3 &TREET3. In Effect April 21. 1835- 1050 A If PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED-Pari man Sleeping. Dining, Smoking, and Obser vation Can iiarrisbure to Chicago, Clncia. nati. Indianapolis, fit Loais, Cleveland, and Toledo. Bnflet Parlor Car to Harrisbanr. 1030 AM. FAST LINE Pullman Buffes Par lor Car to HarrisburE: Parlor and Dlainj Cars, Harrisburg to Pittaburj. :40 P M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOC1S KTPRES3. Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisborc Sleeping and Dining Cars. Harrisburg to 3i Louis, Cincinnati, LouiaYllle, and Chlcaga 7d0 P It. WESTERN EXPRESS Pullmaa - Sleeping Car to Chicago, and Harrisbors to Cleveland. Dining Car to Chicago. 7:10 P. M. SOUTH-WESTERN EXPRESS. Pun. man Sleeping and Dining Can to St. Loais, and Sleeping Car Rarrisburg ut Cincinnati. 10:40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS-Pullman Sleep, lag Car to Pittsburg. 730 A M. for Kane. Canandalgna, Rochesteri and Niagara, Falls dally, except Sunday. 10-.S0 A M. lor Elmira and Kenoya. daily, ascent Sunday. For WiUiamaport daily, 3:40 P. AL 7:10 P. M. for WiUiamaport, Rochester, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily, except Saturday, with ateeplng car Washington to Suspeniioa Bridge via Buffala lOrfO P. AL for Erie, Canandalgas, Rochester, Buffalo, and Niagara. Falls daily; Bleeping car Washington toElmLra. For Philadelphia. New Yorkv nnfl the Ea9t laOPJt "CONGRESSIONAL U-ITED." an Parlor Cars. with Dintng Car from Balti more, for New York dally, for Philadelphia yreek-days. Regular at 7:05 (Dining Car), 7.20, 90, 10DO (Dining Car), and 11:00- (Din ing Car) a m., 12.13, 3:15, 450, 6S0, 100. and 11:83 p. nu On ?nnday. 7:05 (Dining Car), 70, 9!0, 11.00 Dining Car) a. m., 12:15, 3:13, 4S0, 6:40, 100. and 11:35 p. m. For Phila delphia only. Fast Express 730 a. m. week day. Jixpreas, ui acao:iup, m. aauy. For Boston, without change, 7250 a. m. weaX days, and 3:15 p m. dally. For Baltimore, 6:, 75, 750. 7:50,. So, 10.00, 1050, 11:00. and 1130-a. m., hits, 2:01, 8:15, S:40, (4K Limited) 4.-20, 4sM, 5:40, 6J0q, 6:10, 7:10, lOaW, IOtW, 11-13, and 1L35 p. m. On Sunday, 75, 7:20, MX, 9.-05. 10-0, JlrfX) a. m., 12:15. 1:15, Sail, 3:15.3:40 (4AJ Limltad), 450, 6:40, &05, 8:10, 7O0, 10:00, 10:10, and 11:35 p m. For Pope's Creek Line, 750, a. . and 4H3 p ex. dally, except Sunday. For Anapoll. 7:20, 90, and 1130 . jn., and 4r13 p. m. dally, except Sunday. Sunday 9i)J a. m. and4sM p. rc. Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Richmond, Jacksonville, and Tampa, 430 a. m.,3S3Q.p. m. dally. Richmond and Atlanta, 8:40 p. in. dally. Richmond only, 1037 a. m. week daya. Accommodation for Quanttco, 7:43 a. m. dally, and 4525 p. no. week-days. n For Alexandria, 430. 635. 7:43. 8:40. 9:43. 1037 1130 m.. 1230. 1:40,3M,4SO. 54v37. 6:15 8.-02, 10:10, and J139 p; m. On Sua ay as4.'M, 7:4$. 9:43 m-j 2rl3. 6:13, 82, and 10:10 p. ra. Leave Alexandria for Washington, 65, B.-43, 75, 80, 9:10. 10:15. 10:23 a. m.. 10. 2:15,JJ0. 35JL 5;0O, 530 6:1?, 70, 7. 9d0. 1032. and 118 p. m. On Sunday at 6:48, 9:10. 1028 a. ra, K, 630. 70, 730, 10:10. and J03J p. m. Ticket otacea, northeast corner ot Kthstreei aad Pennaylvanla Avenue, and at the. station Sixth and Streets, waero erdera can be lef 1 tot the checkiag of baggage to dseilaatlon froa betels and reeidesct S. 3L PRZVOST, 7.R VOOD, General 3tUate Geseral Pawwagsr iff