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$35 Up.
f Small Payment down and SI per week.!
m arrouiy ueo i r roe l) por cent, off
i ioc uuu. juAuuo is on mo la. IJ. JC.
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iconw-m vao city, on high ground.
, omiiouiuui; HUbnitigiou. Coru-
muiaiiou lare, u tents. Sta
tion on me grounds Excur
sions oa.iy. Circulars,
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SFECIAL notices.
Washington, D. C , June 1 1. 1695 To all
whom itmnycoueern The commission crea
ted by section 2 or public act No. 114, ap
proved March 2, 1E93, hai received fronithc
Gomuisioiwrt, of the District of Columbia
a certified copy or a map showing the
proiiod permanent fivstem of highways
la the District of Columbia within the
area bounded by North Capitol street.
Rock Creek, Florida avenue, and the Dis
trict line Tins map and plats fbowing
In detail how each lot and tract is affected
by the proved system of highways are
now on exhibition in the office or the
Gtnii$Mu!K.'rri of tin District or r-oluinWa.
All petrous interested are Invited
to examine the map and plats.
This cummibeion will rounder any tug
geMion or protest 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
dearly 'set forth the rtatons for the
ofcaugefi, and show the property owned or
ohm rolled by the objector All protests,
otc , must le submitted on or liefore July
15, 1&S5, and be addtesed to the Chief
of EogineerB, United States Army, "War
Department, "Washington, D C. This
Commission -will meet August 1, 1&95,
at 9 o'clock a. m , in the office of the
Secreta.y of War, to dinpoee of all objec
tions, and will then hear orally from
these who desire to thus upport their
written objections.
DANIELS LAMONT.
Secret.! ry of War.
HOKE SMITH.
Secretary or thclntenor.
WM T CRAIGHILL.
Chief of Engmren. U S Army
TEE attention of the public is called to
tfce factthatTHOS.A. "WASHINGTON,
ox4eader of National Military Band, has
been expelled from said band and has no
farther connection with band Parties
wigjiug to engage baml can call oraddress
JKrTEKRON MACKIE, 1229 7lh EL nw.
Charles Hopkins, business manager, can
be seen at alMve address. Ji23-lt
R. U. C All members or Plasterers' L
A 1G44, K. of L., are hereby notified
to attend the next regular meeting of tL
Hssti!lv, on Monday. June 21, 1S95. This
is of imiortance to all.
Signed by orderof tho ASSEMBLY.
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NOXICiS To all v.-hom it may concern.
The undersigned has made application
to the Commifcsioners of the District of
Columbia to Jttue tp him a duplicate cer
tificate of tax sale for lot 4 in square
379, in the city of "Washington, D. C,
assessed in the name of Michael Shanks,
and sold Jo him on the 18th of April,
1879, for taxes due for paving Penn
sylvania avenue. SAM CHOSS.
je22-3t
WAKTED-
SingerSewingMa chine.
Domestic Sewing llachine.
"Wheeler and "Wilson Sewing Machine.
Standard Sewing Machine.
Household Sewing Machine.
New Home Sewing Machine.
Very cheap at
THE ENTERPRISE S. M. CO.,
It 33tPenn.ave.se
ItEaiOV-A-IJ The National Hernial
Institute Ikis removed from 1-121 G st.
to 14; 5 P st- nw; children and ladies a
specialty THOMAS EOBINSON, M D
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SCENE IN A CAFE.
Aiultlie Art iNt'-,vrirenAe Her Orders
"Widely.
She was a quiet little woman, with a very
pale fsce, says the New York "World. Her
songc gown was worn and bhabby. The
lrtue had faded to a sort of heliotrope.
She wore a pink shirt waist, which had
4s faded and was streaked, but was
HOrapolootJ.t clean. Tlie shabby shoes and
ttw toyed gloves earned out the general
iwpiwtoM of iMJvorty.
Site walked to a small table in the corner
and Hat down, -w ith a certain grim deter
intaaUon in lier manner. Tlie very way
la wakti she pjlled her chair up to the table
was fall or decision. The -way she dragged
erf her shalVuy gloves and laid them to one
sMe suggested desperation. She read
the menu card over and gave her order to
Pierre quite distinctly, though in a low
tone. Then she leaned back, her lips,
which lacked the ruddiness of health , drawn
closely together.
Quer-lookiug Rirl, that," remarked
tneartibt tohis wife.ashetossedupasalad.
"Yes, isn't she?" remarked the artist's
wife, nibbling an olive.
"Shedoesn't look like the Bohemian sort,"
pursued he.
"She lookes like a well, a teacher, as
faras her face goes, andastarvingmillmer's
assistant as regards clothes and air,"
commented Mrs. Artist, critically.
"She does seem hard up, that's a fact."
Meantime Pierre placed the tureen be
fore the hungrj -looking girl. The aroma
of soup floated on the air. The girl's trans
parently white face was surrused -with
color for an instant as she carried the I.idlc
toward her soup-plate. Then there -was
a little crash, a little cry, and soup was
trickling down the shabby gown. The
pale-faced girl had fainted.
They bore her to the little parlor, and
Mrs. Artist, who was a recognized authority
at the care, because she always dined
there, unfastened tiiefrayed.stlffly starched
shirt collar, aud ordered some sherry. The
white-faced girl revived beneath the stimu
lant and drew a long-drawn, shuddering
sigh. Then she unresistingly took more of
the wine the golden-haired woman was
Xorcing upon her. "When she had recovered
somewhat the wise little wife of the
artist forbade her to speak.
"When you have drunk this broth," 6he
said, in the voice of a commander-in-chief,
"you may loll me all about it."
The girl drank the broth obediently.
"Now," said the artist's wife, "what does
It all mean?"
The pink flush suffused the white face.
Jgain.
"I hadn't had anything to eat for so long
lhatl wasfaint," whisperedthegirL "And
- . . -
WAKTED-500 men, women and chil
dren to woik in canrery; homo free.
Apply 339 I) fct. sw. at 3 p. m. Jt22-3t
AUCTION SATiES.
THOMAS DOWLING & CO. , Auctioneers.
G12EStivetNorthwcst
TRUSTEE'S SALE OV BUILDING LOTS
IN EDGEWOOD.
By -virtue of a deed of trust, dated Janu
uary 13lh, 1892, ard recorded in Liber
1C43. lolio 433. et req.. one of the Land
Records of the District of Columbia, and at
the reqsiest of the party becured thereby,
we will sell at public acution. In front of
the nspective premises, on "WEDNESDAY,
tlie 2Ct)i d.iy ur JUNE. lS9r. at 5 o'clock
p. m., the following described real efatate
in the county of "Washington, in thc,Dls
trictof Columbia, to wit
Lots tluee CI), twelve (12), thirteen
(13), fourteen (14). and firtren (15),
in block six (G). and all of block eight
(8), in Katlienrc Chase's etal, sub-division
of part of "Metropolis View," now called
"Edgewood," as per plat recorded in Liber
County 7, folio 98, in the Surveyor's Office
of the District of Columbia. Tlie said lots
and block will be offered separately.
Terms or sale for each parcel, one-third
cash; balance in six months, secured by deed
or trust on the property sold, or all cash,
at the option of the purchaser. The de
ferred paymeuts to bear interest at the rate
of G per cent, per annum. A deposit of
$50 on each parcel required at tlie time of
bale.
All conveyancing and recording at pur
chaser's cost.
Terms to be complied with within 10 days
frormhedayof6ale,orthetrusteesres.ervethe
right to re-sell the property at the risk aud
cost of the defaulting purchaser, after five
days' advertisement.
JNO. RIDOUT.
JEFrERSON B. CRALLE,
15-dds Trustees.
TVANTBD MISCELLANEOUS.
"VTAKTED-To buy a teani of work
mules, or horses, with wagon and
harness; also a good driving horse. Ad
dress, with lowest cash price, "W. P S ,
this orfice. ao23-3t
WANTED-A lady wishes to borrow,
for a few mouths. 100 on a fiue new
upright JCnabe piano; moderate interest.
Address INTEGRITY, this office. . It
I WANT plumbing work done in ex
change for lot in East Washington
Park. 927 0 st nw It
TV7E can show you how to make money;
some one to work among phjsicians
preferred; no experience necessary. Ad-
dressNo. 32. thisorrice 3?2-?JL
SCH001 Teachers Do you want to
make $50 or $100 during the vacation?
We will show you how; this is horest and re
liable. Address Y Z .thisofftce. je22-3t
rr A TiTrrt-,T Tnr-tv frt ill-cl- cm-ill
amount in our cnterpnre and get rich;
absolutely safe. Address ENTERPRISE,
this office. jcz-aD
WANTEB-'c can sell you any kind
or sewing machine that is made.
New machines from $15 00 up.
Second hand machines from $5 00 up.
Machines repaired from 50c. up.
Machines rented Send us a postal.
THE ENTERPRISE 8 M. CO.,
334. Penn. ave uc.
WANTED PAINTING HODSE AND
6tore fronts, graining, hard oil finishing,
decorating; special designs submitted for
ceilings We use and sell Dixon's Graphite
Paint; lasts on tin roofs from 8 to 15 j ears.
Inube25vears All leaks stopped free.
GUARANTEE PAINT CO.,
Basement No. Glo E St. nw.
Wanted Try Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE
And charge only for pontine: irork guarantesd.
NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO , 10J3 8th nw.
WANTED ALL BEER DRINKERS TO CALL
at Bush's nn- place, blT 7th st nir., ani.
gl a nice cold bottle ol betrfor 3 cents.
u21-lyr
LOST.
LOST OR STOLEN Near Trivillah,
light dapper gray horse, four j cars old.
Any information liae at 1G44 Valley St.,
where a liberal reward will be given. H.
C. CHICK. je22-3t
I didn't have money to pay for my dinner,
and hunger and fear made me"
"Yes, I see," i.odded Mrs. Artist, as
though to be btarving and a swindler were
natural occurrences. "I see, but how did
it happen? Tell me In just a few words."
"I'm a music teacher," faltered the girl,
"and musio student. Alone in New' York.
Home in Ohio. Boarded on Tenth street.
Lost my pupils; lost my money. Couldn't
write home; they're poor. Stopped taking
my meals in the house. Did ehambcrwork
to pay Tor mj room. Finally didn't have a
cent. I couldn't earn any. It it I hadn't
anything to eat for three days and I made
up my mind to have one dinner if I was
put m jail for it."
"I understand perfectly," said the art
ist's wire, in the tone of one who had fre
quontlyexpcrieucedbtnrvation. "Nowcomo
out and dine with us. Miss"
"Miss Wylio," sad the giirl, blushing.
"My dear," said the artist'B wire that
night, "you are going to paint a picture of
a thin, pale, spiritual-faced, shabby young
woman teaching a round, rosy little cherub
the violin. You are going to call it "The
Music Teacher" and sell it to old Mr. Van
Fanceer, who likes you, for $200 or so.
And you are going to give Miss "Wylie a
hundred of thoe dollars for being such a
perfect model for the subject. Then she's
going to spend the summer on an Ohio
farm. Do you understand?"
"Perfectly, my love," replied the docile
Jiusband.
Expensive lied Tnpo.
Admiralty blunders are not, saysourParia
correspondent, a privilege of Great Britain
alone. The French minister of marine kept
at St. Pierre Miquelon, near Newfoundland,
a stock of empty barrels which had contained
lard, wine ani salt meat. The colonial gov
ernor, not knowing what to do with these
"empties," which were rotting andfallingto
pieces, asked that they might be removed
The commissioner of the minister of marine
ruled, however, that they must be sent to
Franco As no transport Is to be found In
the Newfoundland waters ltwas necessary to
chartera sailing vessel, the Seaflower.which
was on its way to St. Malo. Tlie vessel
lauded, tho other day, its precious freight, a
sum of JC100 bing paid by tho admiralty to
the owners. The barrels were sold at auc
tion, and fetched the sum of 6. Loudon
Daily News.
1.25 Excursion to Baltimore S1.25
via Pennsylvania Eallroad.
Excursion tickets to Baltimore, Satur
day, June 22d, and Sunday, June 23d,
good returniug until June 24th, at $1.25.
Get your Cabinet Photo Free.
THE -WASHIJiTGKrOlN- TIMES, SUNDAY,
WANTED-Good woman, white or
colored, roi genet ul housework. Apply
G17 F st. nw. je23-lt
WAN.TED'-A white woman for gen
eral housework in a private lamily;
one who will value a good home. Address,
with terms, etc.. Box 53, Guilhersbtirg,
Md. e?3:3t
WANTED-Wliite girl to help work
about the house; gocd home. Apply
Monday at restaurant, cor. 12th and D sts.
It
WANTED-Bright women to form
clubsamoiig dressmakers; will pay $50
for every one jou form successfully. Ad
dress A. X., this orfice. je22-3t
WANTED-Laily; dismissed Govern
ment employe preferred; salary or com
mission; light, pleasant and profitable.
AddressNo. 2G,thisoff ice. je22-3t
SITUATIONS "vT ANTED FKM ALE.
WANTED-By jbettlcd woman, place
to attend invalid; neat sewing; can
make herself useful. AdureES C. A. E .this
orrice. je23.lt
WANTEB-An American girl, aged
24, rroiii the country, wants position
ns housekeeper or chambermaid. Address
M. Z.. this ofHco. Je22-3t
WANTED-Kitchen and dining-room
in house where there are boarders. Ad
dress EMMA, this office. je22-3t
WANTED- Situation with child;
wages small; good home. Apply 2222
14th st. nv. Jc21-3t
WANTED-Washing to do at home by
good laundress, or work of any kind
by day. Apply 21 21 lOthst nw. jc21-3t
PERSONALS.
THE method of treatment cmplojed by
Dr. Brooke, of 218 Third st. nw ,
is curing many cases of FEMALE
DISORDER AND NERVOUS
DISEASES peculiar to women, which
hac half led the effortsof other physicians.
The aches, pains and discomrorts which
many look upon as almost unavoidable are
cured by our special treatment. We iur
nish our own medicine and our prices are
reasonable and within reach of all. CON
SULTATION AND ADVICE
FREE.. Of rice hours, 9 to It a. in., 2
to5, 7 to 8 p. in., 218 3d st. nw
3C21-tf
GOING to get married? My weddingin
vitations are a revelation in the print
er's art; fully equal to engraving and one
third the cost; seeing is believing. HARRY
PARK, 920 F. jcl2-lm
ALL kinds of help furnished, free of
charge, in or out of the city, by MRS.
L.C MOORE, SOGGst.nw. je23-3t
EGYPTIAN GYPSY Seventh
daughter of the seventh generation; can
cure diseases, as well as tell fortunes;
she can takeoff spells and cause to marry,
as well as tell jou the past and tuture;
persons calling at the tent, next to rail
road, will ask for MA DAM BURNETT.
Take Eckington and Soldiers' nome
cars. ie22-7t
SPIRITUALISM Wonn's Hall.
721 Gth t.. every Sunday evening at 8
o'clock; dime collection. MRS. E. McNEIL,
medium. Je21-3t
WE will bet a big ginger cake that
Pennsj Ivan iacookcan't be beatat Hart sock
Brother' Dining Rooms, 930 Pa. ave.
je21-3t
BLOUSES papered from $20.00 up in
lirst-class paper; rooms, $1.50 up.
CHARLESN.EVANS,22213thst.3W.
Je21-7t
BEST 15c. meal in tho city. Monk's
Eating House, 931 E st. nw. je!9-7t
"A FOOL and his money are soon
parted;" show that you have some
sense by coming to us for an elegant suit,
custom made, little worn, at "half" jou
can get it elsewhere; we'll prove it.
JUSTH'S OLD STAND, G19 D bt. nw.
jel8-7t
FOR SALE FAItMS. .
FOR SALE A first-rate farm, with
btock, imolemcnts and growing crop;
possession giveu when wanted; terms to
suit the purchaser, and any amount unpaid
can remain so at 5 per cent interest. Ad
dress DOCTOR, 923 4th st. nw. je21-3t
FARMS FOR SALE-10 acres; 13
miles from Capitol; 1 mile from sta
tion B. & P.; new 4-room house; shade;
fruit; outbuildings; very fine; $2,000. 2
acres, B. & P., near District line ;8-room
house; $2,600. 100 acres near station B.
& P.; timber will pay for land; $25 aero.
E. E. PERKINS. 512 F St. It
"WANTED HOAHDERS..
WANTED A few gentlemen can be ac
commodated with nice, large airy
rooms and good board at 320 V st. ne.
(Eckington), a half square from electric
cars. je21-3t
EDUCATIONAL.
NORWOOD INSTITUTE.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Tlie Fourteenth, session will open
Tuesday, Ootoher 1st.
Address MRS. "WM. T. CABELL,
Principal.
lS
m
WAKTED-Tm
1010-12 Pa. ave.
uuy typesetters.
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WANT3D- Experienced ealcsmen;
only men who can hustle need apply.
Address II. S. GAYE, 5th floor, Baltic
building. Je23 -It
WANTED-An assistant Ixmkkeepcr.
Address II. S. GAYE, 5th lloor, Baltic
building. It
WANTED-ffi"' moro Insurance agents
lorsoeiKy with modern plan. Room 25,
509 7th St. nw. je20-7t
SITUATIONS VT ANTED MALE.
j BY coachman (white) In private family.
to care lor norse aim drive; best or
city references: small wages. Address
SMALL, th is -off ice. ' It "
I WANTED By n youug man, married.
position in in neii room. Auuress
LUNCH, this orrice. Je23-3t
WANTED-By white boy of 13, to
make himself generally useful. Address
S. T. N., this orrice. It
WANTED-' i young man of 21, a
position ns driver; thoroughly under
stands care of horses; is well acquainted
with city. Address N. M , 221 7th st. lie.
jc23-3t
i "WANTED-Position ns nurse to male
i invalid; regular graduate in medicine.
Address II.. this office; je22-3t
WANTED A position in a pension
attorney s office by a man who has
had four years' experience in adjudicat
ing invalid and widow's claims. Address
BROOKS, this orrice. je21-3t
All that worrying about Help is
lifted off your' shoulders if you
advertise in Theimes Want Col
umns. One cent 'a word is the
rate. One little liner will do it, and
bring you many replies
mJfiM)
PERSONALS.
PROF. CLAY, oldest established ad
vertising clairvoyant, medium and for
tune teller in this city, removes all your
troubles; tells from cradle to grave; ad
vico on busiuess, love atrairs, losses or
matrimonial adventures; unites separated
and causes speedy marriage with one you
love by proper advice. Call and be con
vinced that I can work a case quicker
than any medium jou everrcet. Fee, 50
cents. Hours, 10 to 9; open Sundaj-.
4S9 II st., bet. 4 1-2 and Gth st. sw.
GOLDEN TONIC The greatest
drink ou earth; a delicious rcfnshlng
aromatic beverage; sold in all saloons
restaurants, coufectioueries, grocery, etc.
je2:-7t
A CHANCE to make money. I win
give $1 Tor every quart customer of
milk jou can get. Address DAIRY, this
orrice. je!8-7t
WANTED-TomiK ladies to learn to
cut and make their dresses by the
Taylor Sjsteni, without the use or paper
patterns; can make a dress while learning;
price will be reduced for a few daj-s.
Call at 1 107 G st. nw., 2d floor. je23-3t
DR. TAYLOR, 906 F st. nw., makes
lull sets of teeth for $5; satisfaction guar
anteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling, $1; amalgam, 50c. jel3-3ni
FOR SALE Will be sold at a sacri
fice, stock (in bulk) and fixtures of the
Columbia ClotuiRg Company, 941 Pa. ave.
nw. je!9-3t
OUR Greatest Medium and Spiritual
Mother,
MARY GORDON,
Who tells yoa all things and prescribes
a proper remedy for j-our trouble,
can be consulted at her parlors on all
affairs of life. 7
1109" G ST. NW.
ALWAYS1 AT HOME
3cG-18t
Rl P Just opened. Scientific mis
L e Priso, 'vapor, plain and sea
'"fr" mnnt" riatflll nnfl i-nrntlift
0 a. m. to 'J p. ni. .Vitnc. Burnett, 512 V. st. nw
np7-tf
LADIES needing confidential treat
ment. A safe and sure relief in all
female trouble, constipation, irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, ristuia,
etc. Scparalerooms ror patients before
and during coiinnement, and rind homes
for infants if required. Strictly confiden
tial. MRS.DR.RENNER.16 Fourthst.ne.
near E. Capitol st., Washington, D. C.
je3-tf
JMME. ESTELLE tells all the events of Ufo
in German and English; houn 9 a. m,
to 10 p. in.; 25 and 50 cents; cures all
cases of running or dry sores. 913 19th st
nw. my28-lmo
3MME. BROOKE tells all the events of
life; all business confidential; ladies
and gentlemen, 50 cents each; hours, 9 a.
m. to 9 p. m. G05 New York avenue
northwest, near Sixth street
J. T. WALKER SONB, 204 10th St. nw..
carpet lining, felte, lire brick and clay,
asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement, two
and three-ply rooting material. apr21-lmo
MTVfW. BROOKE tells all the events
of life; all busiuess confidential; ladies
and gentlemen, 50 cents each; hours, 9 a.
m. to 9 p. m. GO 5 Now York a-venuo
northwest, near Cth st. " JeI2-14t
ALICE-How lovely in you telling mo
about those 50 visiting cards for 25c.
that Harry Park is printing at 920 F St.;
also other printing cheap. FRED. Jel2-lm
JTHSTE 22, 1S95.
. ii riii i nui -v.r,r. run nritii niniiiii.
ITOIl SAIE First-class book, news
paper, and Job office; large run of work
on hand; will bell all or part; terms to suit.
PRINTER, this office. je23-3t
FOTt SALE-Cheap, the Cochran notel
drug store, 1 1th and 1C streets; the
liest business stand in the eitj; a rare
chance for a good man. Address E. C.
HELPHENSTINE, 131G L bl. nw. Je20-G
FOR SALE-Will be sold at a acri-
I rice, stock (in bulk) and fixtures of
t ne uoiumuM. uiuining company, yti ra
ave. nw. je20-tf
A HASE chance For sale or exchange,
the old established paint store; reason
Tor selling, other business. Call No. 714
K st. nw . YOUNG & CO. jel4-lCt
MISCELLANEOUS.
JUST RECEIVED Pine lot joung Cu
ban parrots, guaranteed to talk; also
monkes, canaries, mocking birds, gold
fish, dogs, and fancy pigeons. SCHMID'S,
712 12th st. nw., branch 1221 Pa. ave.
mylO-tf
nniIEH AltE OTHEKb" IN THE PRINTING
JL business, but few concerns llko The Lair
Reporter Company, of G1S riftu street north
west You'll fladlt a j ositlve relief totrad
thero. Doit. iL W. ilOOHE, Mgr.
GREATEST drink on earth, Golden
Tonic, a Delicious Carbonated Bev
erage; kills the efrccts or liquor; just the
thing to sober up on, and does it quickly.
jel8-5t
STOItAGE.
STORAGE ror lurnituro and house
hold goods, 7 5c load. Place best lo
cated In town. Call or address ChasBaum,
31l9thst.nw. je.l4-lm.
FOR SALE SUBURBAN.
ON ACCOUNT OB' AGE AND WISHING TO
rotire, will soil groat bargains in tho fol
lowing suburban property on tho lino of tho
B & O. R. R. and tho now Electric R R., and
all on tho west sido of tho B X O. R R., and
near tho Stations. High and healthy. Good
wator.
200 lots with from 7.500 to 1S.00O feet in oach,
of ground hiih and healthy.
14 acres of land with good builuing3 and
good cold wator. high and healthy.
G acres of land with 4-room houso and good
cold water, high aud healthy.
lb acres of land, 12-room houso and good cold
water, very high and healthy.
5 acres of laud no house, high and healthy.
0 acres of land, no house, cak groTO, high aud
healthy
60 or 103 acres of land, plenty of good build
ings; largo orchards, with an abundance of all
kinds of tho most choice fruits.
30 lots and also C houses, noar Charlton
Heights station, 5, C, 7, S and 13 and 12 rooms.
On oasy terms or monthly installments.
Inquire of 1RANC1S SUANABhOOKE,
Charlton Heights Station.
J"18-lm OaB &0. R. R
MONEY TO LOAN.
IF you want money on bonds, stocks,
trusts, loan association certificates,
and old line life insurance policies, j-ou
must call before July 1; no delav.
YERKES & BAKER,
3mo 4.0 to 46, Metzerott BIdg.
MONEY We have plenty of money
to loan on good real estate; very low
interest; easy pajments Loans made
promptly. NATIONAL SAVINGS. LOAN
AND TRUST CO., G17 F st. nw. fe7-lm
"CONCERNING LOANS AND INVEST
MENTS" Read this booklet carefully
before borrowing or investing; call and get
a copy free. B. H. WARNER & CO , 91G
F st. nw. m2S-3mo
MONEY alwaj-s on hand to loan on ap
proved real estate in the District in
sumstosuit. ALBERTF.FOX.
m28-lmo 920 F st. nw.
MONEY TO LOAN All classes of real
eustale loans made with promptness at cur
rent rates. THE McLACHLE.V REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor
ner 10th and G streets nw. ni9tf
MONEY anysuWdesired
At 5 and 6 nor cent.
ap2o-3m
WALTER H. ACKER, 70i 14th st aw
M
ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE.
LIFE OF BORROWER INSURED
For amount advanced; easy payments; about
equal to rone ,
R. L. GOODMAN,
apSO-Srao G03 13th at. nw.
MONEY
To loan. It you desire to borrow on real
estate come direct to my orrice; interest 5
per cent.
THOS.F.BARRETT&CO.,51912thBLnw
a30-3m
MONEY TO LOAN First trust on city
property only, to be paid back in small
rvinthly payments.
On $1,000, monthly payment $9.31
On $2,000, monthly payment 18.62
On $3,000, monthly payment 27.93
Above payments include interest.
JAMES G. JESTER. 630 F st n.w.
myl-3mo
HK. TULTON'S LOAN OFFICE. 1213 PA
are. n. w. Established in 1870. Monty
loaned on watches, diamonds. Jewelry, silver
ware, ota Special bargains in watchos, jewelry,
and silverware. ieJO-Gmo
i
y
U
foii rent
two new nine-room houses, Nos. 35
and 37 S st. nw., one-half square from
electric, car, $25 per mo.
Two six-room houses, newly papered,
G04, 021 lutli st. ne., one square from
cable, $15 50 per mo.
One brick store and six-room dwelling,
51 M t. sw , on street car line, $12.50
per mo.
T. .T. DIEUDONNE,
Ohio Nat. Bank Bldg , 12th and G nvr.
je23-3t
FOR RENT
Si 14 KastCapitolst.,9r.,m imp. .$30.50
22fithbt.ue.,7r.,ni imp 2500
1007C st.ue.,G r,ni imp 20.00
12w llthst. ne.,G r.,m. imp 20.00
1 lib A fct. be.. G r , no imp 10.00
100 C st. Ee , 9 r,m imp 35 00
434 Oth st. tie., 6 r , m imp 25 00
240 Mil st. ne., 7r,ni imp 20.00
240 9th st.se ,6r,w and s 11.00
410 East Capitol St., G r.,w auds.. 18 00
212 4th Et. ue.,6 r , m. imp 21.00
1109Bst.se.,6 r ,ni imp 25.00
117 N 6t. se., Gr , w and s 8 30
155 N st. se., G r , tv and s 8 30
25 17th st. se., G r , no imp 8 00
407 4th st. ne.,0 r , m imp 22.50
123 Carroll st.se., 7 r ,m imp.... 21.00
100 small 5 and G-room houses at $6 and
$8 per mouth.
JOHN F. DONOHOE,
je23-Gt 308 East Capitol st
FOR RENT 941 O st. nw., two-story
house; rn. i.; 9 r ; reasonable rent
Key 927 O st. nw It
I FOR RENT Brookland, seA en-room
cottage, just completed, :io; ior sum
mer months, or $12.50 Tor regular tenant
Concord St., bet 11th and 12th Inquire
on premises It
FOR RENT 122G Mass. ave nw , de
sirable rooms, second and third floors;
$7 jind$9 . - je23-6t
FOR RENT That handsome 3-sUry
English h csement press-brick and brown
stone front No. 1G16 Vermont ave nw , 8
rooms, bath, modern improvements; only
$35.50 per month to first-class tenant. L.
STARGARDTER, 613 Fifteenth st. nw.
je21-3t
FOR RENT $25 50, by July 1; corner
house, 13th st and Florida ave. nw.; 7
rooms, 2 bajs: new bath; awnings, shades,
screens. OWNER, next door. je2t-3t
$30.00125 Gth st sw.;8r.a. m L,
andstable. C T YODER.G15E st n w
$35. OO 314 ib"320 N. C. ave. se.; 9r.f
a. m. i ; new.
C. T. YODER,610Est nw.
112.50 113 Tthst Pe.Or brick.
C T YODER. 615 Est. nw.
S35 001420 9th st nw.,8r b.; m L
C. T. YODER. G15 E st. nw.
FOR RENT 514 D st se; 6 rooms and
bath, :-G; pleasantly and couveniemly
located; onesquare from cable cars. M S.
CARPINTER, 1423 F st. nw jel7-7c
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE-A beautiful little new
pottage, a few miles from city, on
railroad to Baltimore; four rooms and out
buildings; lot 50x150; $G00 cash; SG30
halt cash; splendid water on the place;
also handsome improved lots in a delight
ful new place, near city, $35. Address
CAMDEN, this office. It
FOR SALE-Four room brick bouse;
well built; rear new Catholic church
(colored), se. Address OWNER, this of
fice. . je23-lt
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Well -stocked grocery and
provision store, clearing from $18 to
$20 per week; price, $150. Address QUICK,
this orrice. je23-3t
JUMP seat carriage, $25; dog cart, with
lamps $40; phaeton, $15; roan horse,
$25; twin babj- carnage. $10; Singer eew-
ing machine, $20. 1328 H st. ne Je23-3t
FOR SALE" Sloop yacht Acme, 22
feet long, 7 ftet beam, mast, spars, and
full suite of sails; new this spring; able and
seaworthy and very fast, having won the
championship silver cup of tho Potomac.
Can be seen at RITTER'S BOATHOUE,
foot of 7th st It
FOR SALE-Tliree-spnug top wagon.
Inquire at Mr. SCOLLICK'S, head
of Franklin st, Ai.acostia, D. C. jt22-3
FOR SALE 902 Penn. ave. Candy
and fruit store: cheap for cash. Apply
to MANSOM JABOR. je22-3t
FOR SALE-Horse, harness aud phae
ton; horse gentle and sound, and has
been driven by a lady; can pace 1 mile
in 2 40; not afraid of anything; will be sold
at great bargain; can bo seen at Stanton
Sale Stable, Stanton alley, bet 13th and
14th, K and L sts. nw je21-3t
FOR SALE-Just arrived from Harri
sonburg, Va., one carload of horses,
fine workers and drivers; guaranteed Vir
ginia horses; can be seen at DOUGHERTY
. LASKEY'S Stable, 1109 B st. nw.
Je20-7t
FIREWORKS at wholesale. 813
Seventh st. uw jel8-16t
FOR SALE-A popular business at a
large bumiucr resort; large patronage;
Immense profits; owner about to traveL
Address SUMMER BUSINESS, this ofnee.
jel8-7t
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 12th Bt nw., branch 1221
Pa. avo. ruylO-tf
CHURCH NOTICES.
CHURCH OF OUR FATHER UNIVER
SALIST Thirteenth and L., Rev A. G.
Rogers, D. D., pastor. Preaching in the
morning by Rev. Arnold S. Yantes; sub
ject, "The Stilling of the Tempest." At
7:30 p. m., memorial service to the late
Rev. A. A. Miner, D. D , under the auspices
of the Christian Endeavor Society. AJ1
cordially invited.
FOR EXCHANGE.
FOR EXCHANGE-Remington
rpnoTiTritrror hnrso AflIr,-an Tt IT
this office.
It
FOR EXCHANGE-Mod. 7-room
house, for improved or unimproved, city
or suburban property. Address X. X.,
this orHco. It
HOTUt, DIRECTORY.
n n fl A 0 en CENTS TO SLM-BY WEEK
nUUniOi flU 52.50 to $10. Hot water, heat.
overy room.
st nw.
MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, 218 4t$
my30-tr
EBBITT HOUSE.
Washington. D. C.
H." C. BURCH. Manager.
15
FOR RENT Two furnished or HHfur
mahed second-story rooms; bath; very
cheap. 1209 llthst nw Id
FOR SENT Large rurnished front
rooris for gentlemen; central location.
922 9th nw. It
FOR RENT 521 3d st nw , 2 or 3
unfurnished second-floor rooms; all
modernimprnvem"at3;iiearcar3andberdlc3;
also large rront room, third floor. Je23-3c
THREE extra large rooms and alcove,
bath, etc ; southern exposure; for Wghc
housekeeping; good terms to permanent;
tenants. GIGAst ne. It
FORRENT 3-floor, 20x40, baekballd
ing; 1,200 feet floor space; suitable for
any kind of storage business; entrance on. G
st , No 636, nw ; 20-ft alley in rear; ranc
reasonable. Inquire 510 Gst se Je23-3t
FOR RENT Furnished roonaa in ele
gant house, private familj-; reason
able rent 927 O fit nw. jtt
FOR RENT Large front and back fur.
rooms, suitable for light housekeeping,
for $5 and $6 per month. 124 Md. ave. sw.
je22-3t
FOR BENT-Hooses near II street
cable cars, from $12 to $25 a month.
W.J.FRIZZELL.9127thst ne. je22-3t
FOR RENT Unfur. flat of 2 rooms;
bath on same floor; private family;
cheapSG 1-2 H st nw je22-3t
ONE furnished room, pleasant for gen
tleman awl lady or single lady; $8 per
month. 819 21st St. nw. j21-3t
FOR RENT 5 large, airy rooms In
northwest, also can accommodate 3
young men with board. Apply 1329 N.
je21-3t
FOR RENT-Kowb suitable for py
SRiau or dentist, northwest sectioe. Ap
ply 1329 N.
je21-3t
40K ST N. S. 4uBfunsolroBS
at $12 per month; suitable for Bgbt
housekeeping J21-3t
COOL ROOMS-Furmshsd. 1510 H
st nw ; prices moderate. j21-3t
PROPOSALS.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT.
UNITED STATES COAST AND GEO
DETIC PURVEY OFFICE, Washington,
D C . June 4th.
Sealed proposals will be received at thi3
orrice until 2 o'clock p m.. Juae 20th.
ror pboto-litbographing ami pruttwg from
stone or aluminum such charts as may be
required during the fiscal year. 1S96 Full
particulars and specifications will be
furnished on application The right is re
served to reject any and alt bids. as. to
waive any defects or informalities. All
bhls received after the time stated wl be
refirned unopened Proposals muse be
inclosed in envelopes, sealed and marked
"Pro posab ror photo-! it bograptimg" and ad
dressed to W W Duffield. Superintendent
of the United States Coast and Geodetie
Survey. Washington, DC je 9-23
FOR RENT TYPE-WRITER.
WANTED Bargains m typewriters; rear
ed at reduced rates, with priV'legs of pur
chase; sold on i nstalments; perfect machines;
EiaranteeL C117thst nw nwr23 3m
SUMMER HOARDERS.
MISS Mary Warder will takeafew board
ers; good tabk good water, and plenty of
shade Address. NokesviBe. Va.
je21-3t
WANTED-6 boarders, near Warren
ton. Va. ; plenty of fruit; ice. mttk and
good water; full particulars; no caHdren.
J. F. DONOIIUE. 30S E. Cap st jt2G-7fc
RAILROADS.
Pennsylvania
RAILROAD.
STATION CORNER OF XH AND B
-TREETS.
Iv Ff feet June 9. 1803.
I(h30 A, M PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED-PaR.
msn Sleep-cff Dims?, fcmoking-, and Obser
vation Caw Harnsburc to Chicago, Cincin
nati. Indianapolis, M. Louis, Clevelaad, aud
Toledo. Buffet Parlor t ar to Harrisburs.
10 A JL FAST LINE. Pullman Buffet Par
lor tar to liarrisburc Tarter nd Diniaj
Cars, Hamsbure to I'lttabnrg.
WCP M CHKAUOANDbT LOCIS EXPRE34
l'ullman Buffe: Parlor Car to HarrUburi.
Sleeping and Dining Cars. Harrlaburg to d
Louis. Cincinnati, Louisville, and Chicago.
TJO I. II. W EASTERN ExPREba Fullmaa
Sleeping Car to Chicago, and Uarrlabars U
Cleveland. Disin? Car to C hicagu
TdO I. 3L SOUTH-W EXTERN ExPKSSS, -PnB-man
Sleeping and Dining t ars to S:. Loots,
and Sleeping Car BamaDors to CtecinnaU.
10:10 P. JL PACIFIC ExPREbb PuUmsn hsep
ing Car to Pittsburg.
T0 A JI for Kans. i anandatgua, Rochestsr,
and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday
1030 .V JL tor Elmira and Renova, daily, except
Sunday For Wuliamsport daily. 3:10 P. L
7:10 P. JI for V. ill'amsport, Rochester. Buffalo,
and Niagara Falls daily, except Mvturday,
with sleeping car tt ashtugton to -aspeoaioa
Bridgo uv Buffalo.
:0.0 P. for Erie, Canandalgca. Rochester,
Buffalo, and Niagara Falls dally; sleoptox
car ashiugton to Elmira.
For Philadelphia. cvr York. nndti t
40 P JL "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED." all
Parlor Cars, with Dinins; Car from Balti
more, for New York daily, for Philadelphia
week-days. Regular at 7-05 Dining Car),
7JS), 3-C0, 10.00 (Dining Car), and II Co (Dln
in Car) a m., 12:13, dj, 4, 6-48, I&00. and
Jlp n On Sunday. 73 (Dinins Car).
70, 9-00, 11 00 (Dining Car) a. m,. 13U5. 3U3,
40, MO. h00. and 11:35 p. m. For PhRa
delphia only. Fast Express 730 a. m. weei
days. Express, )! and 5:40 p n daily.
For Boston, without chance, 75J a. m. woai
days, and 3.15 p m. daily
For Baltimore, 6:23, 75, 750, 7.30, J.J,
100, 10.3), 110. and 1130 a. m.. fcIi,
21, 3 13, 3.40, (40 Limited). 4:20, 43B, 5c40.
6 03, 6-40, 7J0, 100. 10 40, 11 15. and 11:33
p. m. On Sunday. 75, 7:29. 93. 93,
:00, 110 a. m., 12:15. 1:13, 21, 3:15. l3 MJ
Limited), 4, 5.40, ffiOS, 6.t0, 7.M, W-98, KfcB,
and 11.35 p. m.
For Pope's Crock Line. 7:20 a. ra and 4:33 p ra.
dady, except Sunday
For Annapolis. 7:20 and 90 a. ra., 12:13 ad 1:0
p. ra. daily, except Sunday. Sundays, 9f0)
a. m. and 4-20 p. n
Atlantic Coast Lino Express far RU-tnanJ,
Jacksonville, and Tampa. 4 JU a. ,3dMivuL
dally Richmond and Atlanta. S.49 p. ra. oaSy.
Richmond only, I07 a. m. week days.
Accommodation for Quanttco, 7.43 a. rn. daily,
and 4:25 p. ra. wee.-dajs.
For Alexandria. 4.30, 0G, 7-45, S:K). 9:13. Mk37
llrM a. m., 1230. 1:40. 3sM, 4G. 50. 55JT, fct
6 02, 10:10, and 11.39 p m. On Sua ay at L.
7.45. 9.43 a. m., 2:45. b.15, 9-02, and i&H) p. ra,
LeaTe Alexandria for Washington, 65, 6:48.7:03,
80, 9U0. 10:15. 10:23 a. m., 10. 2:13. 39. 3rC
E.-0O, 5:30 6:13. 70, 7:20, 9:10. 1032, and U-tti p.
m. On Sunday at 6:43. 9:10, 10.23 a. n,it3,
1.30, 7.00. 7.20, 90, and 1032 p. n
Seashore Connections.
For Atlantic City. 90 (Saturdays only). 100,
11.00 a. in,, 12:13 p. m. wool; days andIL33 p.
m. daily.
For Capo May, 10 00 Saturdays only), 110 a,
m. week days, and 1135 p, m. daily.
Ticket offices, northeast corner of llthstni:
and Pennsylvania A -venue, and at the stuioo.
Sixth and B Streets, whero orders can be left tor
the checking of baggajo to destination trpra
hotels and residences.
S.3LPREVOST, J.R.W00D,
General Manager: General Passenger :

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