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TELE TVASHrfrGTOK TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1895.
v. ! (lira Pont PER U!l& Infill word I No cdvertisement less than lOo. Per Per Word o Pont Per B mm Word Per Word Doe Gent A No advertisement I033 than tOa lOEil Word i No advertisement less than 10c. No advertisement less than 1 Oc advertisement less than lOo. No advertisement Ios3 than 10;. 9 no Paul Per IE billl Word No advertisement less than 10a No ! PSLI , M'Mf amusements. wanted hooms I iftPET ' l POISONED IX 1IEK MTND. Mrs. Uandy's Cliar:r" Ajmint Her Iliivband nn Hallucination. Harrison Handy a'wi Birdy Knight, both colored, were arraigned for a hearing lxfore Judge MHler yesterday afternoon on tin? charge of attempting to jwlson Sirs. Cora Handy rIkmiI a montii apo. lire. Hancly, an albino uegress, was carried to the witMos stand in the arms of x Imc special ioliccman and took a seat iroUiiu the raih In a whisper she told the court on the nijrht of tin? alleged attempted murder hbe wae ftviing Hi and sent Uirdy Knight, a eorvajit, to the olfiee of Dr. Curtis to get same Castries. When the girl returned Mie was asleep, hut was awakened by the girl putting her hand on her forehead and idling her to drink some dark liquid in a plaes. She swallowed the draught, lmt it tasted pungent and queer, and soon fclie lost foiihetoufeness. JJr. Curtis testified that about mid night on the same night he went to the rcMdeuee of Mrs. Handy and found her under the influence of a drug. He had little doubt that the complainant had lii'i-n i.MiHcd. though Chemist Hurd had '.unn:cd the contei.ts of her stomach but f.uled t tind any trace of laudanum. Tto1 defendants were lieard and blankly denied having any intentions of doing Mrs. Handy Harm. To clear up some point in the testimony th complainant was again aided to the 6tad. "How much laudanum do you say you drank?" was asked. "Very luudi, and then I ate strawberries."- "What?" asked the astonished Judge. "Rjaw1mesa4Ml cream," bhe reHjwnded, "and a dollar and ten cents 16 all I had in the "world." "Wliat lias that to do "with this cas?" "Orfy strawberries and a dollar," she answered. "You cter go to a lKwspital," sakl the judge. "This man and woman are dis charged." Frail Mrs. Handy suddenly rose to her fet and gave forth a shriek that nearly deafened those near lier, and it took tiro men to take lier from tlie court and put Iter into a closed carriage, frantically bbnekitic aud then fainting. It is gaid a commitment "will le made out to-day to liave lier incarcerated in a lunatic asylum. RECORD OP THE COURTS. Circuit Court , No. 1 Justice Cole Ferry vs. District of Columliia; St. JIiehael'8 Orphan Aeyttim vs. Dist.nct of Columbia; judgments in certiorari. Circuit Court. No. 2 -Chief Justice Bing ham WJldaiaii vs. Cincinnati Brewing Com pany; motion to quash return of marshal, etc, overruled with leave to plead as may be advised 311 ten days. United States v.s "Wheeler el al.; motion to withdraw motion t 1 plead over and to set aside order over ruling dt-murrer to second rejoinder granted and demurrer suat&iucd as to m-coikI re joiider. Dashiell vs Vasliington and (Jiifgetown Kaiiroad Company et al.; motion for new trial filed. Equity Court, No. 1 -Chief Justice Binc; bam Anderson ve. Granite State Protec tive Association; leferoucc to auditor or dered. MucfeeH vs. itoJert; appearance if alwent defendants ordered. Lloyd vs. Lhtyd; distribution by counel decreed. Hammond vs. Donovan; iialty of npjKial lxiiid -fixed at S380. 1'airo vs Hoimcad; II. S. Matthew, trustee, allowed to in tervene. Donatli vs. Itiddle; pro confesso vs. oerUUM rtedatw granted. 1IIH& vs. PowelUaalc finally ratified and reference to auditor. Fmallwood ts. aiccartiK-y; Charles l. Fletcher appointed guardian ad inem. Rogers vs. Slierwood; pro con fess v. certain defendants granted. Mur phy vs. Kirby; time to prepare transcript of record extended thirty days. Sluiford vs. liau-man; time to file amendment to bill txtenoed to JHly 7, 189D. No atsign mente. Criminal Court, No. 1, Justice ilcComas Henry W. Oowgate, forgery and falsifica tion of nctouirts; motion in arrest of judg ment overrakid; sentonce for forgery four year at Albany from drte; sentence for falw accounts four years at Albany from expiration of previous sentence; appeal granted; order to hold -warrant of removal until deoiekm of court of appeals; appeal bond filed. Crfcntnal Court, No. 2, Justice Cole EdHMHHl "Williams and Alice "Whitley, adulter-; pergonal recognizance $100 each taken. Busier Bailey, gaming table; recognizance 300 taken; Hanson Bailey -d James Storey, eurcties. Edward BETHESDA PJLRISL -Opens July 1 , 193, for the FenFon. Mubic Tues day, Thuidn and Sunday evenings. Switch back and other amubements. Itefresh ments at city prices. H. GLNGET, man ager. Jy2-5t GRAND BOWLING CONTEST For tho Chamnionship of tho District and a Silver Trophy, at Stewart's Summer Garden, E St., bet. 4th & 5th N. E. All local bowling clifbs aro invited Entranco Foe, $5 Notico of U10 coinmeucemuutof games vill bo puh.isliea In tho daily jmpcis N It A medal will bo presented to tho bowl or makius tho best average in tho contest "VTEW NATIONAL THEATEK. J. hrocinga at S:1D Mat. Sat at 2. Cooled By Electric Fans. Sixth Week of the Comedy Season, PARTNERS FOR LIFE. Uoservou seats, 25, N) and 75c Admission, 23a TCeit Week "SEALED IXSTKL'CTIOXS." COOLEST PLACEINTOWN. Stewart's Capitol Hill Summer Gar den (late Junemann's), K st-, het. 4th and 0th ne. t "Washington Ureweryi Colde&t beer in city, fresh from brewery vaults every half hour. Light luncheon a Bpe cialty. Double bowling allejs L;irge carnage yard. - Je-l-lm STTJOlEIt RESOHTS. 0UBWHS "white suLniun spkixgs, CUMBEKLAND VALLEY BAILItOAD, NEW1LLE, PA One of the most delightful pleasuro and health resorts In America. Jlngniflcont MOUN TAIN srnuorxDiNGs. 2.0) feet eleva tion. BUY ATMOSPHERE. PIN: GHOVES, HOT SULPHUU BATHS, EXCELLENT CUI SINE, risHING. BOATING. DllIVIXG, SHOOITNG, BILLLVRDS, TENNIS, GOLF, MUSIC, otc. For Illustrftted Pamphlet address GEORGE A. FREYER, Owner. COLTON on the Potomac, ild. The most delfehtful salt water resort near Washington. Finest table and best beds on the river. Itun by owners this season. Sterling attractions engaged. No pains and expense spared to render it a first class resort for liusiness men, journalists, and their families. Bates, Sl.oO per day; reduction by the weekortnonth. Steamers Arrowsmith and "Wakefield daily. jc22-lm HOTEL TAKOMA. North Tacoma, D. O., No w Open. Jel5-lm "WALTER BURTON. DEER PARR AND OAKLAND, On the Crest of ths Allcghcnlds. tllain Lino B. & O. B, B.) SEASON OPENS JUNE 22nd. 1895. Eates $G0, $75 aad $90 a month, accord ing to location. Furnished cottages, with facilities for housekeeping, if desired, $450 to $000 per season. Address GEORGE K. DeSIUELDS, Manager. Cumberland, Md. FRESH cool air, Mt. Airy Hotel on the blue Ridge; elevation 1,600 feet; fine scenery: pure mountain water; 2 1-2 hours on the "W. &. O.; 40 minutes ride from Round Hill, terms $1.50 per day, $7 to $10 per week, $30 to $40 per month; come and see or write for descriptive circular to L. 0. HAAIMERLEY. Bound Hill, Va. je25-7t Desmond and Charles Auffort, housebreak ing and larceny; "on trial. Probate Court, Chief Justice Bingham James Henning; will lully proved. Robert B. Hine; will filed. Mary H Campbell; bond of Charles II. Campbell, admr., completed. Louisa 11. Potts; power of attorney filed. August Douglas; imal account of Alary V. Douglas, executrix, with distribution of 39 per cent, to creditors. Patrick B. Dunn; T. II. Fields, guardian of orphans, peti tion of Pinter of orphans filed. "Walter R. Potts; power of attorney filed. Sidncy A. Sumby; motion to call attention of court to caveat on July C. John "W. "Wetzel; executors qualified; John H. ilclneniey, Leon Tobriner made administrator; bond $2,000 given. Rachael Muller; petition of Benjamin Brown, nephew, for letters of administration. Wilhelmina Barrett; power of attorney filed. e ClJlof Engineer Ulno's TVill. The will or the late Robert B. Hine, Chief Engineer, U. S. N., was filed yesterday. It gives $500 to his father, Rev. Henry Hine, of Boston Spa, Yorkshire, England; a pair of sleeve buttons and topaz scarf pin to E. 31. Pelton, and the rest of his estate to his widow, ilattie McC. Hine. He directs her at once to'pay off all in cumbrances on their home, No. 1823 Nineteen th street northwest. The re mainder of the property at Mrs. nine's death is to goto their son, Rohert Edward. If Mrs. Hine should remarry she is to re tain only half the income from the estate But if they t-hoiild have no children living when she remarries she is to retain all the income. At her death tho property is to go to his parents or brothers and sisters. The paper is dated April 13, 1895. ., $10.00 To Xlagnra Falls $10.00 and. Iteturn. The B. & O. R. B. will commence a series of popular excursions to Niagara Falls on July 8, at rate of $10 for tho round trip, tickets being limited for return to ten days from date of sale. Special train of parlor cars and day coaches will leave B. & O. depot, "Washington, at 8:10 a. m. July 8, running via Philadelphia and tho famous Lehigh Talloy route, arriving at Niagara Falls at 11 p. m. same day. Stop-overs returning will bo permitted at Rochester, Geneva, Burdett ("Watkins Gleu), and Alauch Cixmk. WANTED-Gentleman aud wire want 2 or more unfurnished rooms with board iu striclly private family, near Penn sylvania depot; permanent. Address PROMPT PAY, this office. jy3-lt -W"ANT33r By a gentleman with good references, a cool room in Mount Pleas ant, on or near 14th st. cable. Address 14 this office. It TVANTED-By a young man a fur. room in the suburbs. TO. UEYWOOI), this office. It WANTED-Twn or three rooms for light housekeeping, lurnistied com plete, Mtuated between K and H, and not above 10th st. nw.; Mate 1 !ce; refer ences exch. Address H. D , this olfiee. jy2-2t LOST. STRAYED from home Sunday, 30th, Siotcli and bkye terrier; ears and tail cut. answers to name of Sport. Reward if returned to owner, 04 I fctrne. jy2-3t 3L.OST Fox terrier; black and tan head, white body. Reasonable reward ir re turned to 1115 Gth St. sw. jyl-3t STORAGE. STORAGE-Ft furniture and house hold goods, 75c load. Place best lo cated in town. Cnlloraddress Chas Bauin, 314 Othst. nw. Jo. 14-lnr. 5k SPECIAL NOTICES. "WASHINGTON, D. C, July L, ISDo. By mutual consent the firm, of "Weston & Marshall, conducting a laundry business at Nos. 2111-13-15 F street northwest, Washington, D. C, has been dissolved. All bills due said firm are payable to T. Hill Marshall, and all acounts against said firm should be presented to him. C. 0. "WESTON, T. HILL MARSHALL. "Washington. D. C , June 14. 1895 To all whom it may concern Theconimission crea ted by section 2 of public aet No. 114, ap proved March 2, 1893. has received from tho Commissioners of tfce District or Columbia a certified copy of a map showing tho proposed permanent system of highways in the District of Columbia within tho area bounded by North Capitol street, Rock Creek. Florida avenue, and the Dis trict line. This map and plats f-howing in detail how each lot and tract is affected by the proposed system or highways are now on exhibition in the ofriee of the Commissioners or the District of Columbia. AH persons interested arc invited to examine the map and plats. Tills commission will cousidcr any sug gestion 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 und must clearly Set forth the reasons for the changes, and show the property owned or controlled by the objector. All protestf, etc., must be submitted on or bclore 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, 1S95, at 9 o'clock a. m., in the office of tho Secretary of War, to dispose o all objec tions, and will then hear orally from those who desire to thus support their written objections. DANIELS. LA MO NT. Secretary or War. HOKE SMITH, Secretary or tholnterior. WM. P. CRAIGHILL. Chief of Engiueers, U. S. Army. HOUSES papered from S20.00 up in first-class paper; rooms, $1.50 up. CHARLES N. EVANS, 222 13th St. sw. je29-7t SPECIAL NOTICE The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Na tional Union Insurance Co., of Washington, for the election of directors, wilt be held at the office of the company, 91S F street nw., on Monday, July 8 , 1895. Polls open Trom 1 to 2 o'clock p. m. NOBLE D. LARNER, Secy. Je29-4t MISCELLANEOUS. INTERNATIONAL detective service; consultation free; terms mod erate; uw. cor. 13th and F Bts.; telephone 2G0; Baltimore orficc 102 N. Charles st. Jy3-3t JUST RECEIVED Flno lot young Cu ban parrots, guaranteed to talk; also monkeys, canaries, mocking birds, gold fish, dogs, and fancy pigeons. SCHMID'S, 712 12th st. nw., branch 1221 Pa. ave. mylO-tf CfirpHERE ARE OTHERS" DT THE PRINTING X buBineBS, but few concorna like- The Law Reporter Company, of BIB Fifth street north west. You'll flad U A positive relief to trade there. Doit M. W. MOORE, Mgr. Peoplo leaving; tbo city for their summer vacation cannotaffordtonlso leave THE TLMES. It vrlB bo mailed to nnv address and will continue to be tbo ljeat local novf spaper In TVasn lnjjton. WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS. "WANTED-1,1 copis or The Times of jun'i 16th; 10c. each will be paid for lhos3 accepted. Call in BUSINESS OF FICE. jy3 lc WANTED-T0 Kat for B weeks, a strong, one-horse carpenter wagon, suitable lor hauling lumber and moulding. Apply GEO. M. BARKER, 049 New York ave. It YOUNG lady wants experienced partner in confectionery business. Address STEADY, this office. jj'2-3t WANTED To buy eomo second glasses; not less than three-quarters of an inch thick; need not conform to any special size. Send length, width and price to No. 1241 32d st. jy2-3t WANTED-We can bell you any kind of hewing muchiue that is made. New machines from $15.00 up. Second-hand-machines rrom $5.00 up. Machines repaired rrom COc. up. Machines rented. Send 113 a postal. THE ENTERPRISE S M. CO.. 334 Penu. ave te- Wanted Try Rubber Roof Paint. VE STOP AIX LEAKS FREE And charco cnlr for palatine; workgairantos'l. NAT. RUBBER ROOF FA1.ST CO, WZi Stti nY. Get your Qibinet, I'boto Free. Times' readers are the thrifty people of the communitythe best peoplethe great purchas ing class the people that consti tute the backbone of Washing ton's population.;. That's why Times liners pay. AFUSJCAL. DANCING-Pupils desired by lady teachers at their private residence; SI any hour; G lcisonr $5; refs. Address forlivc-days, DESIRED, tlnsoffice. Jy3-3t BUSINESS CHANCES. FOR S AIE Cheap cigar store. 121i F st nV. 3y3-3t AWELL-ESTABLISEED build ing and loan association, orficered by sound and prominent citizens, finding that tho demand for monc on gilt-edged se curity greatly exceeds its income, deires to increase its directorate with a party who can furnish some capital. The posi tion will pay a good salary and net divi dends exceed 10 per cent, per annum. Ad dress BUSINESS, this olfiee. 3y3-3t BEST 15c. meal in city. jy2-7t 931 E St. nw. WANTED-Bj" registered plumber, a partner who can furnish a small amount or capital to start business and is acquainted with local architects and build ers. Address PLUMBER, this office. jy2-3t FOR SALE-One of the best ecpiipped cafes, located in the heart of the busi ness center; reasons for selling, owner lias other business. Address OPPORTUNITY;, this office. t A RAKE chance for activo man, with $100 cash, for full partnership in es tablished cash business; profits 500 per cent; best city reference. Address THRIFT, this office. Jy2-2t "WANTED Party to invest small amount in our enterprise and get rich; absolutely safe. Address ENTERPRISE, this office. Je30-7t FOR SALE-Will be sold at a sacri fice, stock tin bulk) and fixtures of the Columbia Clothing Company. 941 Pa. ave. uw. je20-tf PEHSONALS. EGYPTIAN GYPSY Seventh daughter of the seventh generation; can cure diseases, as well as tell fortunes; she can take off spells and cause to marry, as well as tell you the past and future; persons calling at the tent, next to rail road, will ask for MADAM BURNETT. Take Eckington and Soldiers Home cars. :t Harry Park, printer, 920 F nuf ced. DR. TAYLOR 90 F st"- mv- makes lull sets of teeth for $5; satisfaction guar anteed; teeth extracted without pain; gold filling, $1; amalgam, 50c. jel3-3m rich: sweet skim milk lOcgallon. SILVEBSPRLNGSDAIRY, 1405 14th st. nw. . . de26-4t GOING- to getmarried? 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. jel2-lra LADIES needing i 'confidential treat ment. A safo and Euro reller in all female trouble, consUpation, irregulari ties, tumor, cancer,' opium habit, fistula, etc. Separate rooms for patients before and during confinement, and find homes for infants if required. " Strictly confiden tial. MRS. DR. RENNER, 16 Fourth8t.no. nearE. Capitol St., "Washington, D. 0. je3-tf J. T. "WALKER SONS, 204 lOtbjst. nw., carpet lining, felts, fire brick and clay, asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cemonttwo and three-ply rooting'iriatenal. apr21-lmo HELP "WANTED-MALE. MENTION the "Three Days Cure" to your iriends and make money. Call Dr. McKEEHAN, 716 12th St. nw. It YOUNG- white man, bet. 16 and 20 years, to drive wagon and do general work about store. Call "Wednesday bet. 7 and 8 p. m. COOK BROS., 1002 14th st. nw. It WANTED- Ladies to learn Mme. "Washington's dress cutting system; price reduced one-half for the summer months; mothers should send their daugh ters and have them fittgd to take good positions after learning. At 004 12th st. nw. jc30-7t SITUATIONS TTAJVTED FEALALE. "WANTEB-By two young women places as chambermaid, waitress, nursa or cook in plain family. Call at 986 Florida av. nw. It WANTED-riaco as chambermaid or cook in small privato family. Ad dress 1412 1st. nw. jy3 3t WANTED-B)' respectable white wo man, place as janitor of ofHce build ing or privato house. Apply MRS. TAFT, 2432 G nw. It WANTED Washing aud ironing to do athotno. 312Pst.uw. je2-3t ILELT? WASTED-FEMALE "WANTED Dressmaker, to sew for a store Call 1744 7th st. nw. jy3-3b WANTED 1 1'astry cook, 2 restaurant waiters, 2 nurses, for resorts, 3 plain cooka, drivers, watchmen, elevator boy, 2 chamber maids. D. C. AGENCY, 1001 G st. nw. It "WANTED Experienced female laun dry handii at 14th st. steam laundry. 1817 14th st. nw. jy3 3t SITUATIONS WANTED-MALE. "WANTED-College graduate wishes evening work; teaching, clerical work, proof-reading, auditing. Address 25, this office. Jy3-5t WANTED-Situation as driver by a respectable German man; references can be shown. Address "GERMAN DRIVER," this office. jy2-2t "WAN TED Position as shipping or re ceiving dork. Address HOLLAND, this office. jy2-3t EDUCATIONAL. NORWOOD INSTITUTE. "WASHINGTON, D. C. Tbo FourteentU es.lon will open Tuesday, October 1st. Address AIHS. WM. D. CABELL, Principal. TEKSONALS. THE customs and habits of modern so ciety arc the causre of many of the nervous, ard female troubles of Washing ton women. It is a well-known fact that not one in one hundred married women is perfectly healthy. Constant aches and pains kill every ambition, and an invalid home is never a perfectly happy one. By a new and successful treatment, Dr. Brooke, of 21S Third st. nw., is curing cases of FEMALE AND NER VOUS DISORDER where the fam ily physician had failed. His prices are reasonable and consultation and advice are free. Hours, 9 to 11 a. in., 2 lo5, 7 to 8 p. in. 218 3d st. uw. Je21-tt ALL DESIGNS of bridal and funeral wreath3; preserved in wax; all kinds of ornamental hair work neatly done by Mrs. FRIES. late of Boston, No. 909 Sth St., near T nw., "Washington, D. C., where specimens can be seen; best of refs. It "LET this appeal to your understanding." "Wo want you to know that we sell ele gant suits that aro custom made, the least hit worn, at tho lowest figures you ever heard or. JUSTUS' OLD STAND, G19 D St. nw. je25-7t 3VI3Va:E. ESTELLE lells all the events or lire in German and English; hours, 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.; 25 and 50 cents; cures all cases of running or dry sores. 913 19th st. nw. Je29-lm ALICE-How lovely in you telling ma about those 50 visiting cards for 25c. that Harry Park is printing at 920 F St.; also other printing cheap. FRED. jel2-lm WHOOPINGCOUGH-IIarliaiiRli's Whooping Cough Syrup; sure and speedy cure: for sale by druggists. Depot, 4 1-2 and Md. ave. sw. GEO. WOOLDRIDGE, Proprietor. jc30-7t PROF. CLAY, oldes established ad vertising clairvoyant, medium and for tune teller in this city, removes all your troubles; tells from cradlo to grave; ad vice on business, lovo affairs, losses or matrimonial adventures; unites separated and causes speedy"marriage with one you lovo by proper advice. Call and be con vinced that I can work a case quicker than any medium you ever rcet. Fee, 50 cents. Hours, 10 to 9; open Sunday. 489 H St., bet. 4 1-2 and Gth st. sw. OUR Greatest Medium and Spiritual Mother, MARY GORDON, Who tells you all things and prescribes a proper remedy for your trouble, can be consulted at her parlors on all affairs of life. 1109 G ST. N"W. ALWAYS AT HOME. jy2-lmo ARE 3'ott a candidate for President? If so come down and get a first-class custom-made suit; the "least bit worn," at a figure that has no parallel in town. See that you do. JUSTH'S OLD STAND. G19 D st. nw. jy2-7t THE 3DAYS' CURE. For men. This remedy cures in 3 days or no charge. Consultation free. DR. McKEE HAN, 71G 12th st. nw. jy2-7t DIVORCES obtained in four months without publicity; business strictly confidential; terms reasonable; for full particulars, call or address Room G, Typo graphical Temple. jyl-l-lt Harry Park, printer, 920 F., nuf ccd. Just opened. Scientific mis sago, vapor, plain and sea fHUSi ment: restful and curative. 9 a. m. to 9 p.m. Mnic. Burnett, 512 Est. nw ap7-tf 8f V FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Only $12 for five room ami cellar house, with stable, on car line, 2912 7th st. uw. I, CHESTER, room 19, Lawrence building, GlIS 14th 8t. Jy3-3t FOR RENT 511.30; one new brick house; live rooms; m. I.; on Sth fct. nw., near colored orphan sylum. Inquire of OWNER. No. 2412 7th St. nw. Jy2-3t FOR RENT A nicely papered 7-room brick, a. in. i.; nicely terraced In front with large rear yard and stable on alley. Apply to J.D. SULLIVAN, cor. 13th and G nw. je297t $30.00425 Gth st. sw.; 8r., a. m. L, andstablc. C.T.YODER,G15E6t.nw. $35.00314 to 320 N. C. ave. se.;9r., a. m. i.; new. C. T. YODER. G15 Est. nw. 112.50 1123 7th3t. se..5r brick. a T YODER. C15 Est. mr. $35-001420 9th st. nw.,8r. b.; m 1. C. T. YODER. GIG E st. nw. FOIt It ENT "FLATS. FOR RENT Flats rorlighthousekecp ing for small families, a. va. 1.; cor. N. Y. ave.and lstst. nv. Inquireof owner, room 19, Lawrence building, 615 14th ct. ' Jy3-3t FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT-1 nice size, newly papered room; 1st floor front, at S5 per month; unfur. Address 500 6th St. ne. Jy3-3t FOR RENT Strathmore Arms, 1 1 0 IK St.; summer prices; cool rooms with board. M. S. LOCK.WOOD. Jy3-7t FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms ror light housekeeping, with the use of kitchen if desired. A. M. L, 502 I st. sw. - Jy-lt FOR RENT Large furnished front room convenient to departments. Refs. exchanged. 437NewJerseyavc.nw. jy3-3t FOR RENT' 1309 H. st.nw.;one!arge parlor suitable for physician or dentist; also one large room aud two small roomsat summer terms. Jy3-3t FOR respectable colored tenants, 2d or 3d story; single rooms or suites; bath; fur. or unfur.; pleasant; convenient; nice neighborhood; very low rates. 417 K st. nw. jy2-3t FOR RENT Two rooms on second floor. 1812 14th ht.; rent reasonable, jy2-3t FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished rooms; colored tenants. 312 P tt. nw. jy2-2t FOR RENT 2 or 3 unfur. rcoms, light housekeeping. 1314: 1-2 9th St. nw. jy2-7t FOUR unfurnished rooms, $12; the entire third floor. 205 A st. se.; just east of new library building. Jy2-3t FOR RENT Fur. and unfur. rooms, with or without board; reasonable rates. 1000 Sth st. nw. jy2-Gt FOR RENT Ears desirable, cool fur. room; centrally located; will rent cheap to right party. Apply 2d. floor, 912 F st. nw. jy2-3t FOR RENT The entire 2d floor, three roonih and bath, only S10, or four rooms and bath, $12. Gl P st, nw. Jy2-7t FOR REKTKooms fur. and unfur.;very central; five lines of cars; gas, water, bath; large yard. 217 1st sr. nw. jy2-7t FOIt KENT TYEETVIUTBR. WANTED Bargains In typewriters; rent ed at reduced rates, with privjge of pur chase; sold on instalments; perfect machines; cuaranteod. Gil 7th sen w. nsar23-3m TOR SALE-SUBCRB.VN. ON ACCOUNT OF AGE AND WISHING TO retire, will sell great bargains in tho fol lowing suburban property on the lino of tho B. &0. It It and the now Eleetric R. R., and all on the west sitlo of tho B. & O. R. R., and near tho Stations. High anil healthy. Good water. 200 lots irith from 4S00 to 1S.00O feet in each, cf ground high and healthy. 14 acres of land nith good buildings and good cold water, high and healihy. C acres of land with 4-rooai kouso and good cold water, high and healthy. 16 acres of land, lC-room house and good cold water, very hiph and healthy. 5 acres of lanif no house, high and healthy. 9 acres of land, no house, oai grove, high and healthy 00 or 105 acres of land, plenty of good buikl inps, large orchards, with an abundance of ait kinds of the mo3t choice fruits. 30 lots and also G houses, near Charlton Heights station, 5, 6, 7, S and IS and 12 rooms. On oasy terms or monthly installments. Inquire of FRANCIS SlI ANAUUOOKE, Charlton Beights Station, JuID-lm OaR. ittltE. AUCTION" SALES. UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE OF STOCK OF MEN'S CLOTH ING, FURNISHINGS, OVERALLS, AND JUMPERS. BOOTS, HATS, UMBRELLAS , TRUNKS , SATCHEHS . ETC., ETC., AT 603 D STREET NORTHWEST. By virtue of a writ of fieri facias issued out of the Clerk's office of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia and to mo directed. I will sell at public sale for cash, at G03D street northwest, Y.'ashington.D. C, on MONDAY, July S, A. 1). 1S95, at 10 o'clock a. m.,the following property, to wit" Lot men'sclothiug, furnishings, banjos, vio lins, shoes, overalls, jumpers, boots, hats, umbrellas, trunks, satchels, etc.. stezed and levied upon as the property of Abraham Lippman. and sold to satisfy execution In case No. 3S104 in favor of Louis Sakolski. ALBERTA. WILSON.U. S. Marshal.D.C. DUNCANS ON BROS., Auctioneers. Je26-lltd&ds PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS for constructing water closet Washington Barracks, D. C, July 1, 1S95. Sealed proposals in tripli cate will be received here until 12, noon, AUGUST 1, 1893, and thenopened, for con struction of a water closet building, in cluding plumbing, according to plans and specifications to be seen here. Full infor mation can be had on application to IRA A. IIAYNES, first lieutenant Fourth Ar tillery, A. A. Q. M. jy2,3,4,3,24,23 MONEY TO LOAN. ;F you want money on bonds, stocks, trusts, loan association certificates, and old lino life insurance policies; you must call before July 1; no delav. YERKES & BAKER, 3mo 40 to 46, Metzerott BIdg. MONET-We have plenty of money to loan on good real estate; very low interest; easy payments. Loans made promptly. NATIONAL SAVINGS, LOAN AND TRUST CO., 017 F st, aw. ?e7-lm 'CONCERNING LOANS AND INVEST MENTS" Read this booklet carefully before borrowing or investing; call and get a copy free. B. H. WARNER & CO., 916 F st. nw. m28-3mo MONEY TO LOAN All classes of real eastale loans made with promptness at cur rent rates. THE McLACHLEN REAL ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor ner 10th and G streets nw. matf V,rffliT?f TO LOAN IN lYl J 1 T I- 1 ANY SUMS DESIRED At 5 and 6 percent. ap23-3m WALTER H. ACKEK.701 lith st. nrr M ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. LIFE OF BORROWER INSURED For amount adTancsd; easy payments; aboul equal to rent. It L. GOODMAN, apS0-3rno OS lSlhflt. nn. HK. FULTON'S LOAN OFFICE. 121S IM. are. b. tt. Established m IbTQ. Money loaned on watches, diamonds. Jewelry, sHt--wcre, ota Specie! bargains in watcher Jewelry, and illTonrarfc ie23-Crao FOR SALE MJSCELLAITEOUS. FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Russian wolf hound; female; 10 months old, at No. 10 3d st. no. jy3-3t FOR SALE-A fine-looking driving horse, suitable for light bueinesg pur poses, at a bargain; owner has no need for same. Apply hasemeat, Gil 7th st. nw. jy3-36 FOR SALE Several English mastiff puppies; also one great Dane (Bis marck's race). G22 Brewer's Cowrt ne. Jy3-3t FOR SALE-A splendid walnut bed room set: elaborate carving; French dresser; beveled French plate glass; used, but a few mouths; cost $150; will sell at a sacrifice, If yoa want them. Apply 921 F st., 3d floor. It "WILL sacrifice 520 Eddy refriger ator for $12; also oak diainc tables and chairs. Bell 6, Frederick Fiats. 3-3t FOR SALE Coupe and harness, one gray horde, one small black mare; good worker; both good drivers; one caah regis ter; used about six months. WILLLVM CARLEY. 2Cth and I nw. jy2-3t FOR SALE-Two conplett: in good condition J. B. W., No. 1453 C SC sw. 3y2-7t BICYCLES New and second-hand. bicycles sold on commteskin; money advanced on consignments. Easement, G02 F st. nw . 327-7t FIREWORKS at wholesale 813 Seventh st. nw. ;Jel8-16G 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 at- nw., branch 1221 Pa. ave. mylO-tt HOTEii DIRECTORY. B" nn&io nn cents Tostso bywehh: I fflo ilu 5iS8toia HotTrater.hea U U III w u w aml be!fcj aml r9v.aH h6U3 ia e7eryroom- MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, 213 4J et nvr. my3tt-tt EBDTTT HOUSE. Washington. D. C. n. c. BURCH. Manaear. STEAMBOATS. NORFOLK AND .1 WASHLVGTON STEAMBOAT CO, - By Daylislit to Fortress Monroe . and Norfolk. fcBy the Powerful New 1'a.laee Steamer ".Newport New." In addition to the regular daily night servicebybteamersNorfoItaiKl Washington. The new steamer. Newport News, com 'niencing on July the 4tn, 1895, will be "owing schedule: Will leave Washington on the raorBimr of rthe 4th. at S o'clock sharp, arriviig at Old Point at 5.30 ami Norfolk at 6 SO p. nu -Returning, leaves Norfolk, at S p. m . and Old Point at, tt.ao, arter the fireworks, anl arrives in Washington ai 6 4.5 nest morning. After July the 4th the following schedule will be in effect during the months of JuIt and August- Will leaveW ashingtononFrMlaymoming-, July the 5th. and every Sunday, Monday, Wednesdav. ami Friday, at 8 a. m.. amv- Jng at Fortress Monroe at 5.30 and Norfolk at e 30 p. ni Keiurning leaves xvcriois on Tuesday. Thursday, and Saturday. aC 7.4oa. ni , and Fortress Monroe at S 30 a. ni5, arriving in Washington at 6-45 p. m. yju 1 ne ounuuy uiik iiwh ttcusuiuu'u the setamer returns fame night, h-avingr Norrolk at S, and Fortress Monroe at 8:45 p. m , arriving m Washington next morning at 7 o'clock. If desired passengers can go in cither uirecuonbydaylish(.andreturutiioneofthB regular iiigut sieauiera, a uhikiuu or Norfolk, on same day only. Fare for the round trip. $3.50 AH tickets by day steamer will not be honored forreturnpast age unless us edonorbeforethefollowingmorningr after dace stamped on back. Connections made at Norfolk by the day and night steamers witb the elegant steamers of the Old Dominion Steam hip Companv. forNew York a ml the summer re sorts of the Eat. and with the Merchants and Miners steamers for Boston and Provi dence; with the Chesapeake and Ohio Rad road at Old Point for Richmond and tfle West; at Norfolk with Seaboard Air Line for Raleigh. Charleston, and Atlanta; with the Norfolk and Western Railroad, the Norfolk and Carohna. and Norftok awl Southern, and with the Virginia Beach, and Ocean View Railroads. Steamers Norfolk and Washington will continue regular mghr schedule aa here tofore, leaving Washington every evening; in the year from the wharf, footof Seventh street, at 7 p. ni. Tickets on sale at corner New York: avenue and Fifteenth street northwest, and at 1421 619. and 513 Pennsylvania avenue north west. All other information desired will be furnished on application to the w.ler signed. at the company's wharf, foot of Seventh sireen-stTtb-phone No 730 JOHN CALLAHAN. General Manager. RAILROADS. RAILROAD. STATION CORER OF alXTH. A 3 S.TREET3. Inlffest June 28. 1333. 0:30 A. H. PENNSYLVANIA IXMITEXV-PoIT, mau S'eef.is; liais?, Smoking; sd Otwer Tslton Cars Harrisburg to Chicago, Cincin nati. InUianapolia, M. L&ali, Cleveland, ami Toledo. MuJTet Parlor Car 10 Harrlsbure: 10:3U A. M, FAbT LINE. FuUmaa BuHet Par lor Car to Harrtaburc Parlor and Dintj; Cars, Uarrlaburi to Pittabttr-c. V.m P. Jl tHU'AbO AND ST LOCIS EXPRE33. Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Harriabu-j. Sleeping and Diaint; Caw. Harrtebitrs to 3". Louis, ClBcinnati. Louisville, anil ChJc.-.fra TdO P. 11. WK.VTEKN" iXPlCJtoS PnBmtia Sleeping Car to Chteae;, and Harrbbarj: o Cleveland Dining C ar to t hicagu. TdO P. M. SuCTH-W 1.STERN EXPRESS. -Pull. man Sleeping and Dining 1 ara to St. Lows, and bleeping Car Harrisburs to Ciaeinaati. 10:10 P. M. PACIFIC EXFKKbS Pullman Sleep. ing Car to Plttaburg". 7:30 A. ii. for Eane, 1 anandalcua, Roches:, and Niagara FalU daily, except Sunday. 10:30 A. JL forElmira and Renova. dailv, except Sunday. For Williamsport daily, 3?18 P. At. 7:10 P. 31. for Williamsport. Rochester. Butlato, and Niagara Falls daily, except Saturday, irith sleeping car Washington to Suspension Bridge via Buffalo. :0:40 P. 31. for Erie, Canandaigna, Rochester. Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily, sloejnn; car Washington to Elratra. Tor Philadelphia. New York, tt' I'i- ?- 4:00 P. 31. "CONGRESSIONAL LIM1TKD." all Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Balti more, for New Tori dally, for Philadelphia week-days. Regular at 7.03 (Dining Car), Ti-0, 90, 10.00 (Diniug Car), and 1I.-CU (Din ins Car) a m., 12:13,8:13, -1.2), 6. W. 100, aad 11:85 p. in. On Sunday. 7:05 (Diainc Cr, 750. WX), 11:00 (Dining Car) a. va., 1:15.3:15, 0, 6:40, 10.C0. and 11:35 p. m. For Phila delphia only. Fast Ex press 7.53 a. in. -wooi-days. Express, 91 and 5:40 p m. dally. For Boston, without change, 7-5J a. m. itm'x days, and 3:15 p m. daily. For Baltimore, 6ri5, 7:05, 7:20, 730, 9.0D, 10:00, 10J0, 11JW. and 11:30 a. tn., rill, 2.01, 3:15, 3:40, (-J.-OO Limited), 4:30, 433, 5 40. 6.05, 0:40. 7:10. 10:00. 10:40. 1113, and H.33 p. m. On Sunday, 75, 7:30, 9:055, 9.05, 10:20, 110 a. m., 12:15. 1:13, 2:01. 3:15.140 (4-W Limited). -1:20, 5:40, CMC, (5:10, 7:W, 10:39, U k), and 11:35 p. m. For Pope's Creek Line. 750 a. in. and 4:38 p m. daily, except Sunday. For AanapoHs, 7:20 and 94)0 a. m., 115 and!! p. in. daily, except Sunday. Sundays, X31 a. m. and 4.20 p. in. Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Richmond, Jacksonville, and Tamps. 4:88 a. m.,330pi m. daily. Richmond aud Atlanta. S-.40 jt. m. ilrjlj--Richmond only, 10:5? a. m. ive' days. Accommodation for fnantleo, 7:45 a. m. doily, and 4:23 p. m. weeic-dajs. For Alexandria, 4:30, 6.33, 7:43, S:, 9jt3. 13-.7? 11S0 a. m , 12.30. 1:J0, &30,4:3i. 338, 5tfr. 115 6.02, 10:10, ami 11:90 p m. On Sua ay at I , 7:45. 9:13 a. m. , 2:43. 6:13, SKK, and HfcW p. m, LeaTe Alexandria for Washincton. 6:06, MS, 7.08, b':Cu, 9:10. 10:15, 10.23 a. m., 1:. 2:15 3J, lit. E.eo, 530 8:15. 7:00, 7:20. 9-JO. 10JK. and UaS p. m. On Sunday at fct3, 9:10, JSa a. m.,2.15, E33. 7$0. 7:29, 9-J0, and 15 n m. Seashore Connections. For Atlantic City. 90 (SAtanteys oftJy). tt, 11.80 a. zb. ireelt daja, S&13 aad 11.32 k m. dally. For Cajie 3fy, MM x. tx. ffatoKfayi aly 12-15 p. m. xfc 4ay, nmd. 1148 ft m. dity. TIeket Stes. avrtiMast erer 1 Hmini: and IWHMtTaala Awmw, mmI at tfc atattaa Sixth ami m 8tf ete. ittmrmtrntms turn kelWkta; the ebokiic f tuC to SwtoaltoB fewet hetehiuMl rM4aea. a. jl narroer. iKwooc Qeaoral Maaaset CeatralPtutsr Vt