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THE WASIJXISr&TOlSr TIMES, MOjSTDAY, JUNE 24, 1S95.
.uGWf "" tj j Ifi-!LLBSTIif ESI JL. f 00N WNTD Per Word Per Word Per Vord No ndcrtiscmcnt less thnn 10s. NondcrtisB!ncnr less than 10c. No advertisement less than 10s. . &. n i - . tf? -5r. s- .n .. ,f i" ,"- a i vvja . rvv" .- "v u r Ono fan Per 110 boili Word Noadxcniscnicnt less than 10:. UliO UBSll Word oadcrti;cment less than 19s. 008 yOll! WORD Wo cdtcrtiscmcnt less than 10;. I IIS bOlil Word No advertisement less than lOi. FOR SALE LOTS. WAXTKD-MALK OR rEMAIC. HELP "W ANTED-FEM ALE HELP 1VANTED-MALE. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT ROOMS. sATF C. vj " ri , ,- . V" 3cSOUP. tf' Small Payment down and ft per weok. j v Rrmniy ic i rree. iu cent oil i for caita. Tuxedo h, on the Pa. IL R, vritfelu a iw tiiiuui r.uo ol tne canter of the city, on nigh ground, everlouxa vv asuiugUML coni- nmtaliou tare. ( ( cnlv hta- uo" ou Out srouuJs Lxeur- stoas daily c i-caltrs.&c- a. offlco, nil if IS VV -iAW3o2SiW One ot the Lead ing Photographers of Washington. Have you had your photo taken yet? Tm can get a good cabinet of yourself omity meinlR-r of jour family by subscrib ing f.r ne month to The Times Tylir takes the pl-otosraphs Tle high reputation of the artistic worl; ot thfo piiotographcr has in a Miort unie lmcotuc so general as to need little mention her- His work needs no encomiums. Suffice it to say it is the best. The Time-5 photograph offer has proved an enormous success, and hundreas are taking advantage of it to secure the pic- ture and sulMcnbe for this great one-cent morning Journal at the same time. When The Times canvassers call at your house jou can either hand them the mooev Tor the month's subscription and the iriiotm-raph coupon at onec, or jou can order the paper sent to jour lionse and pay the route agent when he delivers you tfee coupon As this orfor is only good for a limited period, it is better to pay the canvasser, "R"bo is authorized to give jou the coupon at once. All persons subscribing and receiving the ittiotagraph coupon are urged to go to the gaiters at onec and get a sitting, as the rash will bo verv great later. Go as qaickly a you can after receiving your coupon. This opportunity to secure a first-class plKMograjrit of yeurself or some member of your family will neveroccur again. Subscribe at once. Ttoe Tie is only 35 centb a month, m cltHlitH the photo coupon. HA DO MS OF MATRIMONY. Americans are the only women in the world -who do not exhibit some sign of mstnmonj. Of couiv those who follow in the wake of Eurojieau etiquette would not appear with their daughters wearing a hat without strings, but tho universal Amcri oan woman bujs what she lil.es, regard less of whether it lie matronly or not, and, -what is wars". Iter daughters will select artlelBs of dress only suitable to married women. In no oilier country is this thecapc. Among tlie Germans the badge of a married woman consists of n little cap or hood of "which they are very proud, and "donning the cap" is a feature of the wedding day among the peasants of ceitam localities The married women in Little Russia are always bw, even in the hottest wealh'T, with a thick cloth of a dark hue twisted aboat their lieads. In New Guinea a young "woman lets her hair hang about hfcr shoul dors, but when she is married this is cut short Chinese matrons, braid their hair like a helmet In Wadai the wives color their lips by tatooing them with the thorns of tlie acacia and rubbing them with iron Tilings: in partsof Africa the married women wrforate tlie outer edges of their cars and their lips and stick rows of grass stalks in thmn; and among a certain Mongolian tribe of people, tlie Manthcs, the women wear sus--xmdttd from tlieir caT a lit'le basket full of ootton, to Inch a spindle isattaclied. Thus in every country, savage and civilized, but or own, ih"re is a sign or sjmbol of some kind tliat distinguishes tlie niatronfrom the spinster. "VTIkmi "Tom" Hun Tor Sheriff. When I haw my veracious old friend, Colonel the Hon Thomas Porterhouse Oehritree, sipping a glass of absinthe, the other day in the Waldorf Cafe, I wondered if lie ever thought of Texas if he ever j reminisced There were times 111 Gah eslon when he was not so well known as he is since he went toCongress, became the friend of Colonel North, thepatrouof the Mackajs, and tlie admirer of the Prince of Wales. I wonder if he remembers the time when he ran for slientf of the county? "Tom" Sweeney was his opponent. Sweeney was in the liuSUvrage business, and had vast influence wjth the 'longshoremen, who were a power in GaUestou politics. The ficbt waxed warm as the day of election drew nigh One evening Ochiltree ad dressed tlie jKipulace from a barrel-head, and in impassioned words asked for their suffrage Incidentally he denounced Sweeney. A 'longshoreman stood near, and resented the attack upon his candidate. Walking up to the barrel he gave it a hard kick I11 went the nead, ana dow n into tiio barrel w ent the fat, spongy, stjffy figure of the orator. His lusty eloquence changed to kijoauof anguish when he found himself bccurcly wegged in. But, before lie had a great deal of time to thinkthe 'longshore man Jumped on him and gave him one ot the soundest thrashings that mortal man ever got It was not greatly to Ochiltree's discredit, for truly the man had him at a disadvantage. When the people pulled him off, "Tom" was willing to Jet bweenej have the office Sweeney got It anyway I wonder if "Tom" remembers all this as w ell as I do? New York Press. A Denial. Young Man I hearthat you arebecomirg convalescent, Mme. Nunch. Mnic. Nu noh What a story! Tlie fact is, Tin gettiu'a heap better Chicago Record WANTED-!i00 men, women and chil dren to gik in cannery: home free. Applj 3t I) s sw ut 3 p tn. ji22-3t ATJCT'ION SAL.E5. THOMAS ROWLING A. CO., AiiLlioneers. G12i:stroetNort Invest. TRUSTKE'S SALE Or BUILDING LOTS IN EDGEWOOU. Ry virtue of a died of trust, dated .Tanu uary 13th, ISU2, and reconltd in Liber 1043, folio 433, et R4q.. one of the Laud Records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of tlie party secured thereby, we will sell at public acution, in front ot tlie nspectirc premises, on WEDNESDAY, the 20th day f JUNK. 1803, at 5 o'clock p. m., tin following described real estate in the county of Washington, in tho Dis tnctof Columbia, to wit Lots thiee (.J). lcle (12). thirteen (13), fourteen (11), and firteen (15), in blmk MX 10). and all or block eight (8), in Katherine Chase's etal, sub dhibion of pact of "Metropolis View," now called "Edgewood," as pet plat recorded in Liber County 7, folio 98. In tl'e Survejor's Office cf the District of Columbia. The said lots and block will be offered separately. Terms of sale for each parcel, one-third cash: balance in six months, secured by deed ot trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser The de ferred payments to bear interest at the rate of G per cent, per annum A deposit of $50 011 each parcel required at the time of sale. All conveyancing and recording at pur chaser's cost. Terms to bo complied with within 10 dajs fromthedayofEale.orthetmsteesreservethe right to re-sell the property at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, arter five dajs' advertisement. JNO ItlDOUT. JErTERSONB CRALLE, i-15-d.S.ds Trustees SrECIATj iSOTICES. Washington, D C . June 1 1. 1895 To all whom it miy concern The commission crea ted bj section 2 of public act No 114, ap proved March 2, 1893, has received from the Commissioners ot the District of Columbia a certified copy of a map showing the proposed permanent system of highwaj's in the District of Columbia within the area txninded by North Capitol street, Rock Creek, Florida aicnue, and the Dis trict line Thjs map and plats showing in detail how each lot and tract is affected bj the proposed sjstem of hUhways are now on exhibition m tlie office of the Commissioners of the District of folnmbla. All -persons Interested arc invited to exnmlnc the map and plats. This conmiihj-ion will consider any (sug gestion or protest concerning the location of any highway or portion of a highway as shown on the map Tlie suggestions and protests must be in writing and must clearly set forth the reasons for the changes, and show the properly owned or controlled by the objector All protests, etc , must be submitted on or belore July 15, 1895, and be addressed to the Chief of Engineers, United States Army, War Department, Washington, D C This Commission will meet August 1, 1895, at 9 o'clock a in , in the office of the Secretaiy or War, to dispose of all objec tions, and will then hear orally from those who desire to thus support their written objections DANIELS LMONT. Secretary r War HOKE SMITH. Secretary of tlielnterior " WM P CRAIGHILL. Chief of Engineers, U S Army It. L. C All members of Plasterers' L A 1G44, K. of L , arc hereby notified to attend the next regular meeting of ths assembly, on Monday. June 24, 1895. This is of importance to all Signed bj orderot the ASSEMBLY. jc23-3t NOTICE-To all whom it may concern The undersigned has made application to the Commissioners of the District ot Columbia to issue to him a duplicate cer tificate of tax sale for lot 4 in squaro 379, in the citj of Washington, D. C, assessed in the name of Micli.iel Shanks, and sold to him on the 18th of April, 1S79, for taxes due for paving Penn slvania avenue. SAM CROSS. jc22-3t WANTED- SnigerS'' wing Machine Domestic Sewing Machine. Wheeler and Wilson Sewing Machiuc. Standard Sewing Machine. Ilouseholn Sewing Machine. New Home Sewing Machine. Very cheap at THE ENTERPRISE S. M. C0V It 334 Tenn. ave se REMOVAL-Tlie National Hernial Institute has relinked from 1121 G St. to 14J5 P st. 11 w; children and ladies a specialty. THOMAS ROBINSON, M D jelG-7t An Elderly Ln" Student. There are manj quaint people in attend anceattheKansas State UniversityatLaw rence, but probably the most interesting of these is a law student seenty a ears old. His name Is Dr. Martin Van Bureu Stevens. This Is his second jear at the university, and expects to graduate this spring and become a full-fledged lawjer. Thedoctor'shfehasbeenoneof interesting experiences. Wilkcsbarrc, Pa , was the place of his birth. -At the age of twenty he married a Pennsj h an ia girl ,and enlisted m the rirth New Hampshire Regiment ,Com pauj D. He received the dcgreeofbachelor or arts 111 OLcrlin College, 1.1 Ohio, and doc tor oi medicine at the Adelbert College, Cleveland, Ohio, in 1871. His first wife having died, he married again, this time selecting a Michigan girl, a niece ot "Fight ing Jim Richardson." At one time lie studied theology and preached, but he soon gae it up and studied phrenology under Fo wler, of New XTork. In a cosy little house on the hill this queer old man.lives alone. He keeps everything about the place scrupulously clean. One warm meal a day he considers sufficient. The other two he carries to school with him in a small shoe box. Very little meat passes his lips In tact, lie might-also be called a egetenan. "People cat entirely too much," he sajs. Last 3 ear he was somewhat conspicuous on account of the number of badges and emblems he wore on the front of his coat. There werebadgesof theG.A. R., Christian Endeavor.asev en-inch phrenologicalbadge, Y. M. 0 A . a medical society, and a legal society. Another of his peculiarities is that he carries a watch that is fully four inches in diameter. He windsitwithapair of six-inch nippers. Dr. Stevens has been In every State and Territory of the United States. Every summer he goes out lecturing, and tells the people all about phrenology, physiology, and physiognomy. When a reporter asked him his age. he said rather bashfully: "Oh. I never tell people my age, because they might think that I was too old to be going to school WANTED-A white woman for gen-i-ial housework in a private iamilj; one who will value a good home. Address, with tonus, etc.. Box 53, GnllhcrHbtirg, M(I. Je23-3t WANTED-Bright women to form clubsamoiig dressmakers, will pay $50 for eerv one jou form successfully. Ad dress A. X.. this orriee rz':it WANTED-Lal: dismissed Govern ment eir.plojc preferred; salary or com mission; light, pleas mt and profitable. Address No. 2G.thisorfice jc22-3t SITUATIONS WANTLD-FKMALE. WANTED-An American girl, aged 21. from tho country, wants position as housekeeper or chambermaid Address M. Z.. this office. Jc22-3t WAKTED-Kitcla'ii and dining-room 111 house where there are boarders. Ad dress EMMA, this office je22-3t MISCELLANEOUS. JUST RECEIVED rme lot joung Cu ban parrots, guaranteed to tiilk; also monkejs, canaries, mocking birds, gold fish, dogs, and fancj pigeons SCHMID'S, 712 12th st nw., branch 1221 Pa. ave. mjlO-tf 7nniIEKEARE OTHERS" IN THE I'HrNTINQ X business, but few concerns like The Law Reporter Company, of 518 Fifth utreot north Treet You'll nndit & josltho relief to trad there. Dolt. 11 W .MOORE. Mgr STORAGE. STORAGE ror furnlturo and house hold goods, 7 5c load Place best lo cated in town CalloraddressChasBnum, 314.9tbst.uw. jo 14-lm. PERSONALS. THE method ot treatment emplojed bj Dr Brooke, of 21S Third st nw , is curing many caes of FEMALE DISORDER AND NERVOUS DISEASES peculiar to women, which have baifled the efforts of other phjsiclans. The aches pains and discomforts which many look upon as almost unavoidable are cured bj our spicial treatment. We fur nish our own medicine and our prices are reasonable and within reach of all CON SULTATION AND ADVICE FREE.- Oft ice hours, 9 to 11 a m , 2 to 5, 7 to 8 p. m , 218 3d st nw je21-tf DRESSMAKING Half price, silk waists $2. No 807 10th st nw je2l-3t Gr JfG to g'-t married' My wedding in 1 ua tious are a revelation in the print er's art, 1 ully equal to engraving and oue third the cost, seeing is believing IIARR1' PARK. 920 P. . jel2-lm ALL kinds of help furnished, free ot charg", in or out of the citj', by MRS. L. C MOORE, 30G G st nw Je23-3t EGYPTIAN GYPSY Seenth daughter Qt the seventh general ion, can cure diseases, as well as tell fortunes; she can take off spells and cause to marrj-, as well as tell jou the past and liiture, persons calling at the tent, nevt to rail road. Will ask for MADAM. BURNETT. Take Eckington and Soldiers Home cars. .1 e - j- it BEST 13c. meal in the citj. Monk's Eating House, 931 E st. nw. je!9-7t BUSINESS CHANCES. FOR SALE-Pirst-class book, news- papei, and job office; large run of work on hand; will sell all or part; terms to suit. PRINTER, this office. jc23-3L , FOR SALE-Cheap, the Cochran Hotel drag store, 14th and TH streets; the liest business stand in tlie city; a rare chance for a good man Address E. C 1LELPIIENSTINE, 131G L st. nw. je20-6 FOR SALE Will be sold at a sacri fice, stock (In bulk) and fixtures ot the Columbia Clothing Companj-. 941 Pa ave. nw. je20-tf A RARE chance Tor sale or exchange, the old established paint store; reason for selling, other business. Call No. 714 K st. nw.. YOUNG &. CO. jel4-lGt EDUCATIONAL. NORWOOD INSTITUTE. WASHINGTON, D. C. Tho Fourteenth, besslon will open Tuesday, October l.r. Addres-, AIRS. Wil. D. CABELL, Principal. here. You can tell, though, by these that I am no spring chicken," and he stroked his long, white beard. "I am registered up at the university as fortj-four j ears. I don't feel old, though, for I neither drink liquor, use tobacco, nor swear. I alwa j'8 paj my honest debts, and never worrj-. Worry kills people." All the students like him, for he is a jollv old fellow, and acts as joung as most of them. When asked If he thought of getting married again, he smiled and said: "I shouldn't wonder. A man is never too old to marry." Kansas Citj' Star. Heroic Treatment. AnAtchisonmanwhohashadgreattroublo Willi his liver because of living too high will .resort to heroic measures this summer. He will board. Atchison Globe, WANTED Experienced salesmen; only men who can hustle mod apply. Address II. S. GAYU, 5th floor, Baltic building. jo23-4t WANTED-1,!,V more insurance agents lorsoeiotj with modern plan. Room 25, 509 7th Ht. nw. Je20-7t SITUATIONS W ANTED .MALE. WANTED-Place as waiter or care of house; best references. Address M. WOUMLEY. thiB office. Je24-lt WANTED-B)' a jouug man, married, position in lunchroom. Address 1 LUNCH, this office. Je23-3t WANTED-15!' n young man of 21, a position as driver; thoroughly under stands care of horses; is well acquainted w till citj Address N. M , 224. 7th St. lie. jc23-3t WANTED Position as muse to male invalid; regular graduate in medicine. Address H., this office. Je22-3t LOST. LOST A gray and white cat, named Pete; reward 311 Ind. ae nw. It LOST Late Saturday night several sheets or guitar music. Tinder will please-' return same to 935 Pa. ae , 2d rjoorb'ick, and receive reward. It LOST OR STOLEN Near Trlwllab. light dapper gray horse, four years old. Any information lcae at 16 1 1 Valley st , where a liberal reward will be given. II. C. CHICK. je22-3t All that worrying about Help is lifted off your' shoulders if you advertise in The Times Want Col umns. One cent a word is the rate. One little liner will do it, and bring you many replies. T'ERSONALS. PROF. CLAY oldest established ad vertising clairvojant, medium and for tune teller in this city, removes all jour troubles; tells from cradle to grave; ad vico on business, love affairs, losses or matrimonial adventures; unites separated and causes speed marrijge with one you love by proper advice Call and be con vinced that I can wprk a case quicker than any medium you ever met. Tee, 50 cents. Hours, 10 to 9; open Sunday. 489 H 6t.. bet. 4 1-2 and Gth st. sw. GOLDEN TONIC The greatest drink on earth; a delicious ref resiling aromatic beverage; sold in all saloons, restamants, confectioneries, groceries, etc. je23-7t A CHANCE to make money. I will gle $1 for every quart customer ot milk jou can get. Address DAIRY, this office. jel8-7t WANTED-Tnuiif- ladies to learn to cut and make their dresses by the Taj lor S j stem, without the use or paper p. ittern-,: can make a dicss while learning; price will be reduced for a few das. Call at 1107 G s-t. nw., 2d Iloor je23-3t DR. TAYLOR 90G T st. nw., makes full sets or teeth ror $5; satisfaction guar anteed; teeth extracted without pain; gold filling, $1; amalgam, 50c. jel3-3m OUR Greatest Medium and Spiritual Mother, MARY GORDON, "Who tells jou all tilings and prescribes a proper remedy for jour trouble, can be consulted at her parlors on all affairs of life 1109 G ST. NW. ALWAYS AT HOME jef.-18t .lustppcned. fcciontMc mis eaKo. vapor, plain and sea 1 inont; restiui ana cur a mo. MincfiIliirnctr, 512 Lst nw 0 a. in to 0 p. m ap7-tf ii LADIES nedi'n5 confidential treat ment. A salt and sure relief in all female trouble, -constipation, irregulari ties, tumor, cancer, 'opium habit, listu'a, etc. Separate loomsf for patients belore and during confinement, and find homes for infants if required. Strictly confiden tial. MRS . DR. RENNER, 16 FouTth St. no. near E. Capitol St.. "Washington. D. C. je3-tt HOUSES papered from $20.00 up in first-class paper; rooms, $1.50 up. CHARLnSN.EVANS,22213tbst.sw. je21-7t MME. ESTELLE tells all the events otllto in Gorman and English; hours 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.; 25 and 50 cents; cures all cases ot running or dry sores 913 19 th st. nw. my28-lmo M.ME. BROOKE tells all the eventa ot life; all business confidential; ladies and gentlemen, 50 cents earh; hours, 9 a. ni. to 9 p. m. 005 New York avenue northwest, near SKth street J. T. WALKER SONS, 204 10th 8t. nw., carpet lining, felts, fire brick and clay, asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement, two and three-ply roofing material. apr21-lmo JIME. BROOKE tells all the events of life; all business confidential; ladies and gentlemen, 50 cents each; hours, 9 a. 111. to 9 p. m. 60 5 New York avenuo northwest, near Gth st. jcl2-14t 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 WANTED-To buy a team or work mules, or horses, Avith wagon and harness, also a good drning horse. Ad dress, with lowest cash price, W. r S , this office. je23-3t AVE can show jou how to make monej; some 0110 to work among phjslcians preferred; no experience necessary. Ad dress No. 32.tliisofrice: jc22-3t SCHOOL Teachers Do jou want to make $50 or $100 during tho vacation? We will show jou how; this is honest and re liahle. AddiessY Z .thisoffiee. je22-3t WANTED-Party to invest small amount 111 our cnterprice and gel rich; absolutely safe. Address ENTERPRISE, this office. je22-3t WANTED-IVe can sell jou any kind or sewing machine that Is made New machines Trom $15 00 tip. Second hand machines from $5 00 up. Machinesrepairedrrom50c up. Machines rented Send us a postal. THE ENTERPRISE S M. CO., 33 1 Penn ave be WANTED-PAINTING HOUSE AND stoic fronts, graining, hard oil finishing, decorating; special designs submitted for ceilings. Wo use aud sell Dixon's Graphite Paint; lasts on tin roofs from 8 to 15 jearar In use 25 juars. All leaks stopped free. GUARANTEE I'AIMT CO., Basement No Glo E at, nw. WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint. WE STOP ALL LEAKS FKEE. And rhnrrn onlrfnr timtlltinr-r work iMl.rnnt!r! IAT. RbllliER ROOF PAINT CO , Ift3 Bth nw. j AATED ALLBEElt DRINKERS TO CALL j at BuaU's nen place, bl7 7th st nw., aaJ teta nice cold bottle ot bear for 5 cent. j au21-ljT I l'OIl SALE SUBURBAN. ON ACCOUNT OP AGE AND "N ISIIINQ TO rotlro, will sell great bargains in the fol lowing suburban property on tho lino of tho RiO R. R. and tho now KloctricR. R., and nil on the west sido of the B & O. R IC, and near tho Stations. High and healthy. Good water 200 lots with from 7J00 to 13,000 feet In each, of ground high and healthy. 14 acres of laud with good buildings and good cold water, high and healthy 6 acres of Innd with 4-roo'ii houso and good cold water, high aud healthy. lfi acres of land, 12-room houso and good cold water, very high and healthy. 5 acres of laud no houso, high and healthy. 9 acres of land, no house, oak grove, high aud healthy 50 or 105 acres of land, plenty of good build ings, largo orchards, with an abundance of all kinds 01 tho most choice fruits. SO lots and also G houses, near Charlton noights station, 5, C, 7, 8 and IS and 12 rooms On easy teims 01 monthly Installments. Inqmro of FRANCIS SHANABhOOKE, Charlton Heights fetation. julO-lm On 15 &0. R, R. MONEY TO LOAN. IF you want money on bonds, Btocks, trusts, loan association certificates, and. old line life insurance policies; you must call before July l.no delay. YERKES & BAKER, 3mo 40 to 4G, Metzerott Rldg. MONEY-'c have plenty of money to loan on good real estate; very low Interest; easy payments. Loans made promptly. NATIONAL SAVINGS, LOAN AND TRUST CO., G17 F st. nw. jo7-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. rc2S-3mo "MONEY alwajs on hand to loan on ap proved real estate in the District in sumstosuit. ALBERTF.TOX, m28-lmo 920 F st. nw. MONEY TO LOAN All claases of real eastate loans made with promptness at cur rent rates. THE McLACHLEN REAL ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor ner 10th and G Ftieets nw. niOlf MONEY anysuWdesired A 1 5 and Oner cent. ap2"w1m WALTER H. ACKEK, 701 14th st. nw "VTONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. LIFE OF BORROWER INSURED For amount advanood; eay pavmonts; about equal to rent R. L. GOODMAN, apS0-3mo C03 13th st. nw MONEY To loan. If you desire to borrow on real estate come direct to my office; interest 6 per cent. THOS.F.BARRETT&CO.,51912tnBt.nT a30-3m MONEY TO LOAN First trust on city property only, to be paid back in small monthly paj'tnents. On $1,000, monthly payment $9.31 On $2,000, monthly payment 18.02 On $3,000, monthly payment 27.99 Above payments include interest. JAMES G. JESTER. G39 F St. n.w. xnyl-3mo HK. FOLTON'S LOAN OFFICE, 1213 PA bv& B. vr. Established in 1B70. Mony loaned on watches, diamonds, jewelry, sllter ware, etc. bpecial bargains in watches, jewelry, and silverware. I ou-Oma POE RENT-lf you want a hoiiee in good repair ranging from $30 to $70 a month, apply to A HEITMULLER &CO., 1333 14thst jelG-15teod for rent two new nine-room houses. Nos. 35 and 37 S st. nw.. one-half square from electric car, $25 per 1110. Two si-room houses, newly papered, C04. 021 15th st. ue , one square from cable, $15 50 per mo. One brick store and si-room dwelling. 51 M nt. sw , on street car line, $12 50 per 1110. T. J DIEUDONNE, Onio Nat. Bank Bldg , 12th and G nw je2.l-3t FOR RENT- 914 East Capitolst.,9r.,m imp. .$30 50 22 9thst. ue.,7r ,ni imp 25 00 1007 C st. ne ,0 r ,ni imp 20 00 120 llthst. ue.,6 r ,ni imp 20 00 1418 A st.se., G r, co imp 10 00 100 C ot. se , 9 r , 111 imp 35 00 431 Gth st. ne., G r ,ni imp 25 00 210 8th st. ue., 7 r ,m imp 20 00 240 9th st.se.. Gr.w and s 1100 41G East Capitol st., G r ,w auds.. 18 00 212 4th st. ne., 6 r , m imp 21 00 1109 Bst.se., 6 r,ni imp 25 00 117 N st. se., Gr , w and s 8 30 155 N st. be., G r , "w aid s S 30 25 17th st. se., G r . no imp 8 00 407 4th St. ne ,G r , m imp 22 50 123Carrollst.se., 7 r.ni imp 2100 100 small 5 and G-room houses at $8 and $8 per mouth. JOHN F. DONOHOE, je23 Gt 308 East Capitolet- FOR RENT 122G Mass ave nw , de sirable room3, second aud third floors, $7 and J?9 . - je23 Gt FOR RENT That handsome 3-story English basement press brick and brown stone front No. 1616 Vermont ave nw , 8 rooms, bath, modern improvements; only $35.50 per month to firt-class tenant L, STARGARDTER, G13 Fifteenth st. nw JC21-.H S30.00 425 Gth St. sw ; Sr , a. m i , andstable. C T YODER,G15Est.nw S3g7oO 31 1 to 32T:C0 ave se.;9r, a. m i ; new. C. T YODER,G15Est nw. $12.50 H37thst. pe,5r brtci. C. T YODER. G15 E st nw S3S.OO-1-120 9th st nw,Srb.m.L C. T. YODER. G15 E st. nw. FOR RENT 51 1 Dst.se; 6 rooms and bath, -0; pleasantly and conveniently located; onesquare from cable cars. M S. CARPINTER, 1423 Fst nw jel7-7c PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS FOR MATERIAL AND LABOR FOR CONSTRUCTION OF TWO BRICK DWELLINGS IN NAVAL OBSERVATORY GROUNDS, GEORGE TOWN HEIGHTS. D. C Navy Depart ment. Bureau of Equipment. Washington, D. C, June IS, li-95 Sealed proposals, 111 duplicate, will be received at this Bureau until 1 o'clock p. ni . Saturday, July G, 1895, and will be opened immediately thereafter, for the necessary lalwr and material to construct and complete two brick dwellings in the grounds of the Naval Observatory, Georgetown Heights, D C Specifications and blank foims of propof als may be had upon application to this Bureau or to the Superintendent of the Naval Observatory. Plansmaybeexamtned at the Naval Observatory, Georgetown Heights. D. C , or at the off He of the architect, Wm J. Marsh, No 1503 Penn sjlvama avenue northwest, and bidders are expected to fullv inform themselves as to the character of the work by an exam ination ot the same. Attention of bidders is invited to the acts of Congress in relation to the eight-hour law, chapter 352, act approved August 1, 1S92, and for the protection of persons furnishing material and labor for construction of public works, chapter 2S0, act approved August 13. 1894. The usual responsible security will be required for the faithful performance of the contract, and the right Is reserved to reject any or all proposals not deemed advantageous to the government, and to waive defects. F. E. CHADWICK, Chief of Bureau. PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES FOR THE NAVY YARD. WASHINGTON, T C .Turn 13. IKS Sealed nronoaLs. endorsed "Proposals for Supplies tor the Navy Yard, Washington. D C . to lie opened July 2, 1S93," will be received at the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts. Navy Department. Washington, D. C . until 12 o'clock noon, July 2, 1&95. and publicly opened immediately thereafter, to furnish at the Navy Yard, Washington. I) C , a quautity of hjdrants. brick, lime, sand, cement, broken stone, roofing slate, piles, lumber, steel angles, beams, and channels, steel rails, hardware. crostie. switch timbers and electrical supplies. The arti cles must conform to theNav j Standard and pass theusual naval inspection. Blank pro posals will be furnished upon application to the Navy Yard, Washington, D. C The attention of manufacturers and dealers is invited Tie bids, all other things being equal, decu'ed bj lot. The Department reserves the right to waive defects or to reject any or all bids not deemed advan tageous to theGoveniment. EDWIN STEW ART, Paj master General, U. S N. PROPOSALS FOR FUEL CLERK'S Orfice.HouseotRepresentatives.Utnted States, Washington, D. C , June 3, 1895, Sealed-propoials will be received at this off.ee until 12 o'clock ni., SATURDAY. June 29, 1895, for tlie delivery ot one thousand (1,000) tons, more or less, of the best white ash furnace coal (scrcenedi;aUo seventy-five (75jcords, more or less, of the best spruce pine, and one hundred and fifty (T50)cords, more or less, of tlie best oak wood, as may be needed at the House of Representatives dunng tlie fiscal jear ending June 30, 189G, sahl wood audcoal to be delivered and stored in tlie vauTts of the south wing of the Capitol at sucli times and in such quantities as may be ordered by tlieclerkofthe House of Representatives. Thecoal must weigh2 ,2 10 pounds to the t on, and tlie oak wood must be cut in three (3) pieces. Tile wood must measure 128 cubic feet to tbe cord, and must be corded, measured and cut at tlie Capitol. The right to rewelgli the coal at the Capitol and the right to reject any and all bids is reserved. Tlie bids to be Indorsed "Proposals Tor coal and wood," and addressed to JAMES KERR.ClerkoftbeHouseofRepreeentatives, United States. je3-lawlt PROPOSALS FOR EXJILD ing materials Office Public Build ings and Grounds, War Department, Wash ington, D. C., June 19, lb95 -Sealed pro posals lii duplicate will be received here until 2 p. m , SATURDAY, JULY G, 1895, for materials for building at United States Government Printing Office as follows Class 1, cut stone work; class 2. window and door frames, window sash and doors. Separate proposals are desired for each class. Right is reserved to reject any aud all proposals. Forms and specifications can be obtained here, JOHN Jl. WILSON, Col. Enginecre, U 8. A. je21,25,26,27-jy4,5 FOR RENT Three nicely ftiriiistted rooms, suitable for housekeeping $19 per month Gia 3d st nw. jtf23-3t FOUR roomsnewly papered $10 1527 7th at nw. j23-3& FOR RENT 521 3d st nw , 2 r 3 unfurnished second-fhwr rooms; all nindemimpnivem"iit3.!H;arear3uiUbKles; also large front room, third floor Je23-3c FOREENT-3 floor. 2040. back bwrtd ing; 1,200 feet floor space; sitaM for any kind or storage busine;fcntraice an G st , No 636, nw ; 20-ft alley in rear: rem; reasonable Inquire 5 10 Gst se je23-3 FOR RENT Large front and back fttr. rooms, suitable for light boueekeeptH'g-, Tor $5 and $6 permonth. 124 Md. ave. svr. je22 3t FOR RENT Houses near H street cable cars, from $12 to $25 a nwrntb. W.J FRIZZELL,912 7thst e j22-3t FOR RENT Unfnr. fiat of 2 rooms; bath on same floor; private family; cheap. 43G 1 2 H st nw Je22-3t FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. VVALNUT sideboard and refrigerator; oak roll top desk, good as new. cheap. 501 M st nw ie24-2t FOR SALE-Well stocked grocery awl provision store, clearing from $13 to $20perweek,prlce.$15O Address QUICK, this otrice. Jf23-3 jTJjfp seat carnage, $23. dog cart, wHa lamp!, $40; pbaeton. $15; roan Jtocse. $25; twin baby carnage. $10; Singer sew ing machine, $20 132S H st ne je23-3t FOR S ALE Three-spniig- top wagen. Inquire at Mr SCOLLICK'S, head ot Franklin st . Aracostw. D C J22-3 FOR SALE-902 Pena. ave Caady aud fruit store, cheap for cah. Apply to MANSOM JABOR 322-3 FOR SALE-Just arrived from Harri sonburg. Va., one carload, of horses. fine workers and drivers; guaranteed Vir ginia horse; can be seen at DOUGHERTY i LACKEY'S Stable, 1109 B dt. nw. je20-7t FIREWORKS at wholesale- S13 h event hst nw Jel3-18t FOR SALE-A popular basiaess at a large summer resort, large pattwtage; immense profits; owner about to travel. Address SUMMER BUSINESS, this office. i1S"!t LAWNGRAS3SEED. rertlUzer. insecti cide, sprinklers for plants and lawns, mon keys, parrots, canaries, mocking birds, gold fish, dogs, and fancy pigeona. SCHMID'S, 712 12th st. nw., branch 1221 Pa ave. mylO-tf FOR RENT TYTE-WJRITKU. WAITED Bargains in typewnJers. rent ed at rduceel rates, with pnv lege of pur chase, sold on instalments, perfect machines; guaranteed CI I 7th st nw aar23 3rn STTMJdER HOARDERS. WANTED 6 boardera. near Warren ton, Va., plenty of fruit; ice. milk awl good watt r; full particulars, co children. J F DONOUUE 30a E Cap st j.-CQ-TS TIOTEA. BrRECTORY-. nnn&SO Cfl cents? to nao-BT wbik HllliiViri nU i50to3ia Hot water, heat, UUUIUU UU andfce3 and recall sella ia every room. 3IOCNT ERNON RCTEL. 21b 4 ft st. nw mySO-it EBIUTT HOUSE. Washington. D C. H C BURCH Manager RAILROADS. RAILROAD. STATION COUNEU C SiXtU AND B STREETS. Tr Tffect Jane 9 1S9" 10.33 A 31 PENNSTt LVANI V LIMITED ?. man Steeples JhntasT. tamokinp. and Ofcspr ration Caw Harmburg to Chicago, Claeiti. call. Indianapolis, M. Loals, Cleveland, aaJ Toledo. BuOt Parlor Car to Harriaourg :0.30 AM. FASTUNK. Pullmaa Bnaetfar lor Car to larTilurj: Parlor and Diate; Cars, llamslw r Pitt9bunr J 40 PM C1UCU.J ANDbT LOIISEXPKB3H Pullman BuSet Parlor Car ta Harria8ri Sleeping and ll.sing Cars. Harrlsburg to 5l Lcub, Cincinnati. Louisville, and Cbicaga 7 JO P il MtM'tKN EM-KE&S PuUmaa Sleeping I ir to Chieapo. and Harrisbarg to Cleveland IHiins:Car to Chkrneu. ' 7 10 P. M fcOU ril-V EXTERN EXPKgSa -PttK-man bleeping aud Dining cars to St. Louis, and Sleeping I ar HarrisDurc 10 Cincinaait 10:40 P M PXUrlC EXPRESS rutlniau sleep ing Car to Pittsburg, 730 A M for Kan. An-indaigna. Keohestar, and Niagara Falls dailv, exi ept -"uaday- 10-30 A M. for Elmira. and Renova. daily, eirept sunlay. For v llhamsport daily, 3.40 P. if. 7:10 P. M. for Willlamsport. Rochester, BuSaIc, and Niagara Falls daily, except Satardny, w ith sleeping car "ft ashmgtoa to sosjieesloa Bridge via Buffalo. :0.40 P .M for Erie, Canandafgua. Rochester, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily, aleepin; car V aahlugton to Elrat. a. For 1'hiladclphia.NcvT ortc, nnd t" "?i:-i. 4-00 P M "CO-'t.RE-.SlONAl. LIMITED.- alt Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Bv'ti more, for Now Vork dally, for Philadelphia, week-dayi. Regular at 03 (Dining C'aitf, ". !, 9:C0, 10 00 (Dining Can. and II CO vDi. ing Cr a m.. Vi 13. 3J3. 4j), 6.40. 19309, tmj ll.gSp 111 On Sunday. 7-03 (Dining Carl, SiO.MO. 11 0J (Dining Car) a. nu. 12:15, J:3. 4X0, 8.40. 10 00.. ind 1185 p. m. For Phila delphia only. Fao Expre--3 75J a. m. week days. Express 01 and 5 40 p tn. dally. Tor Boston, -without change, 7iJ a. m. weos days, and 3 13 p m dally For Baltimore, 0-25, 7:03, 7:20, -.50. 9j03, 10-O0, 10 30. 11A and 1150 a. tn.. lit, 2.-01, 3 13. 3.40. (4-03 Limited). 4 J0, 4-S5, V'K). 6 03. b 40. 7:10. 10-00, 10.40. 11 13, and 1183 P m. On Sunday. 7-03, 73). 9fltJ, 'JJB6, "0 30, 11-00 x m., U 13. 1 15.2-Q1.1 13.3-40 tf-91 Limited), 4-20, 5 W, 6-05, b W, 7 10, 10a, VhW, and 11.33 p. m. For Pope's Creek Llae. 7:50 a. in. and 4-34 p m. daily, except Sunday For Annapolis, 7S0 and 90 ft. m., 12:15 nnd ttn p. m daily, except Sunday Sundays, 'Ml n. m. and 420 p. m. Atlantic Coast line. Express for Richmond, Jacksonville, and Tampa, 4.30 a. ra.,3Mp. in. dally Richmon 1 and Atlanta. S-40 p m. Unity. Richmond only, m.57 a. m. -weet days. Accommodation for Quantlco, 7 13 a. m. daHy. and 4-3 p m. weeic-dass. For Alexandria. 4M. 6.35, 743. 8:10. JW5. 10."7 11-S0 a. m., 12 30. 1 SO, 3S. tJ23, 3-CO. 3 fLl 8 02, 10.10, and 11 30 p ra On bus ay at t. . 7 45. 9.43 0 m 2-5. 6-13, SM, and 10 M p IK. Leave Alexandria for Washington, ft.05, ifctS,7 03, 8-CO.9J0. 10:t5. 10 S3 a. m., 1 60, 2:15, Q8, il. 6.00, 5.30 6 13, 7M). XriO, 910, PX3I, and 11-OS.p m. On Sunday at t-AU 9.10. 10-S a. m.,a.B, 6 .33, 7 00.-20, 9 JO, and 10-3-1 p. m. Seashore Connections For Atlantic City. 90 (Saturdays only). WsOO, 11 GO a. m , 1:15 p m. wool, days aud 1151 p. m. dally. For Capo May. 10 00 (Saturdays only), 11 CO a. m. week days, and 11:35 p tn. daily. Ticket otUces, northeast corner of nttnlrsfi: and Pennsylvania Avenue, aud at the statfea Sixth and B Streets, where otders can bo loft foe the checking of oaggaso to destination trout hotels aud residences. S. IL PRE OS r. J. R. WOOD, Geueral Manager Ceneraljpassensr V;: Pennsylvania