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-THE EVENING TIMES. WEDNESDAT. AUGUST Si,. IBM.
No advertisement less than 103.
No d ertlsemcnt less than 10a.
Xo advertisement less than 10
Ko advertisement less than 10
KoadvertIsnMpttae than 10a.
Ko advertisement leas than I0
One Cent &
NoadrertlisOBttt less than IOj.
JOHNSON HOUSE- Colonial Beach,
on w.'it-i- front; terms reasonable, spe
A cial rat's to parties. Address Mrs. G. LV
FOTOAIAC BAT-A I ew place op-
poslte Wl,kcrton"s; beautifully located
forsununer boarding: boating, bntbing.flsa.
Ing, etc.; tali e nbui'dantly lurnished; terms
low. C C WILKERSON.Frop..
JySO-lmo Colonial Beaob, To.
WOODLAWK. Rockvlllc. Md ; -with
all modern conveniences; lighted with
pas. baths, eta.; large rooms and shaded
Utwns; terms moderate; S1.60 ner day, $7
to $10 per week. MUS.M J COLLEY.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
CUMBERLAND VALLEY RAILROAD.
One ot the most dslhjbtful pleasure and
health resorts in America. Magnificent MOUN
TAIN surroundings, swim feet eleva
tion. DRY AT1I08PHZRE. ,PINE GROVES,
HOT SULPHUR BATHS, EXCELLENT CUI
8INE, FISHING. BOATING, DRIVING.
eUOOTlNG, BILLIARDS, TENNIS, GOU?,
For Illustrated Pamphlet address
GEORGE A. FREYER.O wner.
MONEY TO LOAN.
H. KT. FULTOWS Loan orrieoH8
Fn. ave. uw. Established In 1870.
Honey loau-d ou watches, diamonds. Jew
elry, silverware, elc Special bargains in
watches. Jewelry, and silverware. au20-6ni
no coarMissiON-$ioo,ooo to
loan ii. ii all terns on niMalhncnt plan,
at less tl.m 5 per cent. J. T. II. HALL,
721 lSlh st nw., Agent Granite Statu
Provident Association, tf
MONEY to loan ou bonds, stocks, t lusts,
loan association ceitific&tes, and old
line Ure msuiance policies; no delay.
YEBKES & BAKER,
40 to 46 Metzeiottlildg.
MOKET TO LOAN-m large sums,
or a-s low .13 ?l,ouu,al C nud O per
cent, on D C. leal estate; also $250,331)0.
$750 .etc., at G per cent. WAL A. SAUN
DERS & CO , 1407 y st. tf
MONEY to loan at 0 and G pet cent.,
on Distiict of Columbia realty; no
delay if security is satisfactory.
WALTER IL ACKER. 704 14th nw.
-CONCERNING LOANS AND INVEST
MENTS" Eead this booklet carefully
before borrowing or investing: calln.nti get
n copy free, a U. WARNER & CO.. Old
T st. nw. m28-3mo
MONEY TO LOAN All classes ot teal
eastaleluuiis made with promptness ut cur
rent rates. THE IfcLACULKN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor
tar 10th and 01 mciU nw. luutf
f CTMIEREAKElrTllEltS" INTIIE rHINTma
JL business, but few aoncenis Ilk e The Lei
Reiwrter Company, of SIS Fltlu street norla
srett loull naJlt a psiltlTc relief to trade
Jiero. DoiL ALW.HOUItE.AIcr.
JCSX l'ECEIVED Fine lot young Cu
ban i.fc.r; ts, guaranteed to talk; also
moukcs, ca. cries, mocking' birds, gold
fish, doss, one fancy pigeons. SCHUID'S.
712 12iU fct. v w.. branch 1221 Fa. ave
WANTED To purchase store and
dwilhug of 8 rooms, with stable; price
not over :7,30U; $3,)0o cash; corner pre
ferred Address GROCER, this office.
rOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE-329 7th st. e.. businers
place, with stable; $2, COO; look at it;
cheap; 5 GOO cabb, balai.ee to tuit. JOHN
F DONOHOE. 208 E. Cap. St. au20-3t
SPECIAL to Table Boarders Messrs.
Duffy A Leonnarda, proprietors of
"The American House," corner Pennsyl
vania avenue and Seventh street, beg to
announce to the public generally that they
are now serving the best tabic board in the
city, from 6 a. m. to 8 p. m., at the
following reduced prices: 3 meals per day,
$20; 2 meals per day, $10 per month.
Particular attention given ladies.
BTATIOS CORNER OP SIXTH AND B
r rfret Inne 28. IRA
BJO A. M PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED-PnB,
man Slesr.lEZ-. Dining, Smokingrend Obser
Tatlon Cars llarrisburg to Chicago, Cincin
nati. Indianapolis, bt Loals, Cleveland, and
1 oleda Buffet Parlor Car to llarrlaburg.
afttOA. M. FAST LINE PuUmaa Buffet Par
lor Car to Ilariisburr. Parlor and Dialog
Cars, Ilarrisburg- to Pittsburg.
I -IIP. SI. CHICAOO ANDST. LOUIS EXPRESS.
Pullman Butlst Parlor Car to Ilarrlsburc.
frleoplnp and Dining Cars, Uarrbbnre to St..
Louis, CincinuutU Louisrllle, and Chicago.
WO P. II. WESTERN EXPRESS PulLnua
f leej,lnK Car to Cblcnpn, and Uarrlsburg ts
C4e eland Dining Car to Chicago.
t3tP. M. bOTTTH-W LSTERN EXPKESa Pull
man Meeplng and Dining Cars to Si. Loals,
and Meoplng Car Ilarrisburg to Cincinnati.
JWO P. 11. l'ACl F1C EXPRESS PuUmaa Sleep
ing Car to Pittsburg.
f0A. M. for Knn. C&nandalgna, Rochester,
and Niagara FalU dally, except Snnday.
1C-A0 A. AL for Elmlra and Renova, dally, except
Sunday. For WiUismsport daily, 3:40 P. M.
1JIP. II. for WlUiamsport. Rochester, Buffalo,
end Niagara FaUs daily, except Saturday,
vith sleeping car Washington to Suspension
Bridge via Buffalo.
M to P. M. fur Erie, Canandaigue, Rochester.
Bnffalo, and Niagara Falls daily; sleeping
car Washington to Elmlra.
Xr t I'lulaac pain. New orK, pnd th v.tn.
P. M. "UlNGRE-jSIONAL LIMITED.-ill
Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Balti
more, for Now York dally, for Philadelphia
neck-days. Regular at 7 03 (Dining Car),
t SO, SCO, 10.00 (Dining Car), and 11 So (Din
ing Car) a m.. 113, 3:15, 4M, .40, 1IM0. and
11.15 p m. On Sunday, 7.-05 (Dining Car),
'.10, 9. II 01 (Duung Car) a. m.. 115. 3:15,
410. 6:40. 10 00. nnd 11:35 p. in. For l'WU
elphla only. Fast Express 721 a. m. week
days Express. 01 and 6.49 p. m. dally.
Set Boston, without change, 73 a. m. wook
days, aud 315 p m. daily.
Xer Baltimore, ee, 7S5, 733, :X, WO,
10.00. 10.3d. Jl). and 1120 a m., 12:13,
tin, S.15. 2:40, (4A) Limited), 420, 4JS, S:tt.
IB. 1 40. 7:10. 10W, 10:40, 11-15, and UOi
p m. On Sunday, 7j03, 750, SgS, SWJ3,
;0J). 11S3S. m., 11.15. 1:15.1:01, 3:15.3-43 (4.DJ
Limited), 4S, 6.40, t5, C 40, 7:10, 10:00, 113,
end 11:33 p. m.
fa Pope's Creek Line. 730 a, m. and 431 p ok
daily, except Sunday.
Xer Annapolis, 7:20 and M0 a m IMS and l:r
p. m, dally, except Snnday. Suadays, Ml
a m. and 4-i p. in.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Richmond,
Jacksonville, and Tampa. 430 a. m., 3:30 p. m.
ahdly. Klchmond and Atlanta. 8.-40 p. m. dally.
JUcbreond only. 1037 a. ra- week days.
Accommodation for Quantlco, 7:45 a. m. daily,
and 43 p. m. weeklaja
Vet Alexandria, 40, 633. 7:45, 8:. Ml. 10.3T
IliO a. m., 12:50. X--4U, 350,4-;. fcOO, 5J7, 6.1!
IS!, 10:10, and 1139 p. m. On Suaday att, ,
J:45. 9:45 a. m 43, 6:13, S.-Oi, and 10:10 p. m,
laave Alexandria for Washington, 6J0S, i:a,7J3,
SC0,-.10. 10:15, 10.U3 a m.. ISO, 2:15. t00, 3:11.
1.00, 630 C:1S, 7.-00. 7d0. W0. 10.52, and IliB p.
so. On Sunday at 6:43, 9-10, 1021 a. nx,t:li,
JO, 7i. 7.S0, ifcM, and 103 p. m.
Iter Atlantic City, MO (Saturdays only). 1001,
11.00 a. m. week dajs, 120J and 1L3J p. m.
Xa Cape May, WOO a. nr., Catnrdays only),
QJ5 p. m. week days, and lias p. m- dally.
Ticket omces, northeaW center of tlthureec
ad PonnsylTsnia Arenas, and at the station
nasi and B Streets, where orders em be left fee
a checking of baggage ts destlaalfcm fnca
kseels and residences.
fc.lL PRETOST. 3. R. WOOD.
. JPARTNEK to travel at fairs; $50
required. L. M. D this office. It
WANTBD-i youth in lunchroom;
muse tyr activeind polite; bring refs;
no cigarstte fiend need apply. Apply 9
p. in., 1400 Water sU aw., near 7th st.
ferry house. It
WAHTED-A young man who has
had some experience in canvassing;
liberal commission'. Address EARNEST,
this office. It
WANTED-A first-class while bar
ber at 703 7lb st. nw. TWO LEOS.
worker a Job in exchange for clerkship
or any light work for lady. F. O. E., this
WANTED Young man as salesman in
in dry goods and notion store. Inquire
at No. 324 -1 l-2st.BW. aiig2U-2t'
WAHTED-Young man, capable of
nurxiug hospital patients; fint-claag
place to right party, with $100 cash bonus;
salary $25 per month, with board, anc
opportunities lu make $te per month extra;
position permanent. Address O. It., this
WANTED-1U0 boys and girls, to earn
$2 per day Get four steady quart
customers for milk for $2. 610 11th at
HELP VfAJfTED SIALB AND
WANTED-Eight cooks, three charn
bnuak1s, six wallers, three engineers,
Iwo watOimeu. D. C. AGENCY, 1001 G
St. uw. It
WANTED-Agents to sell the "Street
Hallway Guide;" r0 per cent profit.
Call at 512 E st. nw. au20-2t
WANTED Smith, Ptemter Type
writer operators and stenographers
dliected to positions. Operators de
siring to familiarize themselves with new
No. 2 Smith Premier Typewriter call
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
CO.. No. 1410 F st. nw. Jy31-tf
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED-A oung woman, white
preferred, to wash and cookfora family
of three; permanent if suited. Call or ad
dress 432 N. Y. ave. nw. It
WANTED An experienced waitress
for care. Apply WALTERS' CAFE,
211 Pa. avo. au21-3t
WANTED-Vouiic lady with type
wrilor can have use of office in desir
able locaUty for answering letters staying
in office. RUSSELL, this office. au21-lt
WANTED White girl. 14 to 10 years
old, for light housework. Call at 1824
7lh st. nw. au21-2t
WANTED-Sraall colored girl, ten
years old, to go to Baltimore; good
wages; kindest treatmept. Address COM-
I'ANION. this office. lt
WANTED-A bam! thoroughly famil
iar with cutting children's undergar
ments; steady work to the right party. Ap
ply to OPPENIIEIMEK, 014 th St.
"WANTED A girl for general house
work. Call, with reference, between
7aod8ji.m9JG VJrginiaavesw. nu20-3t
"WANTED A lady who understands
"inakTug wax flowers nnd or.e who can
6hect wax. Address WAX, this office.
8ITTJATIONS WANTED MALE.
"WANTED By two reliable young col
ored meu as -wallers, bell boys, or
drivers; refs. Address 213 L si. nw. It
WANTED A place by young while
man, married, of any kind; understands
the care of horses; with good refs. Address
B. W.. this office. It
WANTED-Br Joung man. plaie as
bartender; refs. Address J. N. L,
this office. It
WANTED-position by white man, as
driver, or work of any kind: a
hustler. Addresss O. C, this office.
WANTED-UJ', uirpenter, place in
hotel or ilub; all around mechanic; pre
vious experience. V. S. A., this office.
WANTED Position Young man, 22
years, intelligent, and not afraid to
huslle, a position of any kind; ref. Address
L. M. D., this office. au20-lt
"WANTED By a reliable colored roan,
a place as cook In restaurant; excellent
on short orders: good city ref. Call or
address 1308 17th St. nw. au20-3t
WANTED-Situation as stenographer
and tj pewriter; thoroughly competent;
reasonable salary; references given. Ad
dress "COMPETENT." thlsoffice. aul8-7t
WAMTED-Bj young man, 26, clerical
or similar position; ret. and bond It
necessary. Address A. W. D., this office.
WANTED-Bf a colored woman, place
as general servant. Address G. C,
Times office. It
WANTED Settled white woman
wishes situation in private family, to
cookand do plain wasbingandirontng;city
refs. Address L .G.. this office. au21-2t
WANTED-By young lady, with sev
eral years' experience in government
office as typeWilrer nnd clerk, a position
in lawyer's or buslcesa office; best refs.
and Indorsements. Address; K. F. 8.,
this office. aiilflXw-mAo
WANTED-Refined young lady ste
nographer and assistant bookkeeper de
sires position in city; experienced, accurate,
prompt, and reliable; good ret. M. KT. F
this office. au20-3l
" A ICTBD M18CELL AN BO US.
WANTED-575 loan orpHvate party
Tor Ihreo months; will secure loan by
$1,000 first mortgage note past due; will
pay $5 for immediate accommodation. Box
K, this office. It
WANTED Washing to do at home.
G35 8 st. nw. It
WANTED- Second-hand cashler'scage
W. T. DAVIS, If- h and P sts. nw.
"WANTED Light pneumatic bicycle,
cheap. 694 13tb st. nw., net. 5 and 7
P .m. ' it
WANTED-To bay 2 second-hand bi
cycles: must be In good condition; state
where they can be seen. Address CASH
3UYER. this office. It
WANTED- Small rire-proor safe; stale
size and price. J. W. E., this office.
WANTED-Ladies' skirts rebound and
made to look like new, 50 cents and
upward, according to width. 010 F st,
ne. " au20-3t
Wanted Try Rubber Roof Paint;
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE,
And charge only for painting; work guaranteed
NAT. RUBBER HOOF FAINT CO. 1021 8th n
FOR' JIENT HOUSES.
FOR KENT House No. 66 llan. ave.
nw.; water; $15.30. nu20-3t
$XOO 1222 D' st.'"nw-.; 15-r. brick; a.
m. 1. C. T. YODER.615 Est. nw.
S42.f50 120 E at. nw.; 14 r., a. m. 1,
C. T. YODEB, 6 IB est. nw.
$32.60-314 to 320 N. O. ave. ae.; Dr.,
a. m. L: new.
O. T. YODEE. 616 E St. nw.
FOB, JtENT House 2204 I st- tnr.;
7r., sag, water; Key at O'Caiiaghan's
grocery store. No. 220O.I at- nw. aa6-I4
S3Q-00 1420 9th st. nw.,8r. b.;xa L
0. T. TOPEE. 61B B St. inr-
1311 14th sun. w., llroomeandbath.
1309 14th sLn.w 11 roams nnd bath.
160Z Vermont arc, 10 rooms and bath.
1203 O. st. n. w., 10 rooms nnd bath.
1207Qst n. wlOroosoaaBdbath. j
1211 QsLn.w.. lOroaotaaxKlbath.
1201 R bode Island ive., ft rooms and. bdthv
1203 Rhode Iaiaad ave., Orooajs and bath.
Above houses are in elegant repair, near
schools and car lines, A. HEITMULLEK
CO., 1333 14tn at. a. w. anil-Cat
FSB BENT BOOMS.
GOOD ROOMS and excellent Board
at THE TEMPLE, 207 Pa. ave. nw.;
$4.50 iK-r week. at)g21-7t
TWO unfur. rooms: 3d flour; connecting;
batb. 705 I st. nw. an21-3t
FOR RENT Furnished room, with
gas and use ot batb; $5 per mouth.
924 mb st. nw. It
FOR RENT 1475 Kenesaw ave., Mt,
Pleasant 2 south bedrooms, with or
without board. au21-3t
FOR RENT 2 unfur. front rooms;
licit line cars pass door; beat, gas,
hot and cold water; near Smithsonian,
Address or call 1218 B st. iv. au21-3t
FOR RENT 3 beautiful rooms; un
fur.or fur. 355 Pa. ave. nw au21-3t
FOTJR unfur. rooms, unc floor ot No.
720 7lu st. nw.; suitable for housekeep
ing; water and gas; laboring man preferred;
ref. required: price $10 If rented at once.
Inquire in store. au20-4t
FOR RENT Nicely fur., large front
or back room; suitable for 1 or Z per
sons; good board; reasonable. 420 3d st.
FOR RENT Rooms, fur. orunfur.;also
stable. 113 D st. nw. ou20-4t
FOR RENT Large, cheerful, newly
furnished rooms, suitable for two, at
reasonable rates. 1022 8tb st. nw.
NICELY fur. rooms for gentlemen only.
1014 loth st. nw. augl7-7t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
single gentlemen at $1 per week. 1003
Ost. nw. aul-7t
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
vice on business, love affairs, losses or
matrimonial adventures; unites separated
and causes speedy marriage with one yon
love by proper advice. Call and be con
vinced that 1 can work a cose quicker
Ibaa any medium you ever met. Fee. 53
tents. Hours. 10 to 9; open Sunday.
489 H at., bet. 4 1-2 and Ctb at. sw.
TJBtE "3 DAYS" CURE For men.
This remedy cures in 3 days or no
charge. Consultation free. DK. McKEE-
HAN. 716 12th st. nw. Jyl6-lmo
CLEARING Sale Will go 1804 7th
and S sts. nw. Bargains in Oils.
Paints and SUiins. Calsomines. YOUNG
ti CO., Pdiut Store. 714 K au21-Ct
FOR SALE 3IISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE-If you want to do well
look ns up. We will buy, bell or ex
change carriages, wagons harness and
homes. We have a doctor's buggy, cost
$200, used but little: $50 cash will buy It.
will board your horses in first-classstylefor
$16 a month and deliver them at your
door. .Teams for drummers and business
S2 a day. Carriages and wagons stored
$1.25 a month. Will do your painting and
repairingcheii per than any bouse In the city.
We look after your goods and keep them
In order, EMBREY A TAYLOR, rear
913 N. J. ave. nw. au21-lw
i FOR SALE or Exchange Fine sa
loon, centrally located, uw.; 13 newly
fur, rooms; will exchange for city or
suburban property. THOS. F. BARRETT,
519 12th st. nw. It
FOR SALE-Hammond typewriter,
latest style: never been used; cash only.
Address TYPEWRITER, this office. au21
FOR SALE Cheap Dining-room; do
ing a good business. Apply to 352
Pa. ave. nw. au21-5t
FOR BALE-Folding canvas '9 5 boats;
carry 4; $28. W. E. ALLEN, McGlU
building . It
FOR SALE A very speedy Chesapeake
Bay canoe; 20 ft. long; carries main
all and Jib. Address E., this office. It
cheap. C.B.B., this office. au20-3t
FOR SALE Surrey, horse, harness,
whip and lap-robe; in first-class condi
tion, for $1-10; less than ball value. Address
SURREY, tills office. nu20-3t
FORSALE Forty-five acres, near
. city, with new buildings, young fruits
and good water; price $1,100. Apply
45 D st, nw. au20-3t
PROPOSALS'FOR SUPPLIES FOB
the Navy Yard, Washington, D. C,
August 8, 1895 Sealed proposals In
dorsed "Proposals for Supplies for the
Navy Yard, Washington, D. C, to. be
opened August 27, 1895," win be re
ceived at the Bureau ot Supplies and
Accounts, Navy Departmnt, Washington,
D. C, until 12 o'clock noon, August 27,
1895, and publicly opened immediately
thereafter,. to furnish at the Navy Yard,
Washington. D. C, a quantity of lumber,
roofing slate, and gravel. The articles
.must conform to- the Nary standard and
pass the usual naval inspection. Blank
proposals will be furnished upon applica
tion to the Navy Yard. Washington, D. C.
The attention ot manufacturers and dealer
Is Invited. Tie bids, all other things be
ing equal, decided by tot. The Department
reserves the right to waive defect or to
reject any or an Bid not deemed advanta
geous to the Government. AK.MICBXER,
Acting Chief of Bureau. aul184.108.40.206
Tbe Evsntaar Ties te Ms paawa
tbavt erwysoli feajra?
YOUNG man, .stranger, wanla room
mate; elderly gentleman preferred. Ad
dress ROOM MATE, it his office. It
WE'LL P"0 through though the "heav
ens fall," and do it by telling elegant
suits, custom-made, the, "least bit worn,"
at prices that can't help but tuit youj
JUSTH'S OLD STAND , 6 19 D St. nw.
MORFHIA A local physician o
standing Is curing every case of mor
plilno habit undertaken; terras reasonable.
Address MOBPHIA. this office.
THE Wonderful Remedy. Cancers
cured without kiilfe, pain, or pay
until cured: also carbuncles, piles, dropsy,
by Prof. MARTIN RILEY. 467 Pa, ave.
EGYPTIAN Gypsy Seventh daugh
ter of the teventh generation;
she can take off spells and cause to auarry,
as well as tell you the past and future;
persons calling at the tent next to railroad.
Take Eckington and Soldiers Home
MME, ESTELLE tells all the
eveuta ot Hie a German .and English;
boars, 9 a, m. to 10 p. m.; 25 and B0
cents; cures all cases ot running or dry
sores 813 19th st. nw. Je2-lm
LADIES needing confidential treat
ment. A safe and sure relief In all
female trouble, constipation. Irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula,
etc. deparate rooms for patl'.nls before
and during confinement, and find borne
tor Infants if required. Strictly confiden
sear E. Capitol st. Washington. D. O.
MME. BROOKE tdls all the events
of life; all business confidential; ladies
and gentlemen. CO rents each; hours, 9
a. in. to 0 p. m. 605 New York avenue
northwest, near Sixth street, Jy25-I4t
DR. TAYLOR, 80 P st. nw., makes
full sets ot teeth for $5; satisfaction guar
anteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filllnc, $1: amalgam. 60c. JelH-Sm
PLACE "! orderat WHITNEY'S, 471
Pa. ave. nw.. for puro old cider vnu-gur
and -a,'.: vo;r pickles. nul8-10t
XF you have rheumatism or neuralgia.
Inquire aboutVlllette'a 4 Olls-DnigglsU.
J. T. WALKE& SONS. 2U4 10th st. nw..
carpet lining, felts, fire brick and clay,
asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement, two
and three-ply roofing material apr21-tf
WANTED-Before or by Sept. 1 , by a
couple without children, three un
furnished rooms, in a quiet house; mod.
Imps.; bet. E st. and N. Y. ave., 2d and
12th sta. nw. Address, stating terms,
SEPTEMBER. Times office. au21-3t
WANTED-Br young man, fur. room
in house where there ore young ladies.
Address, with particulars, F. E-. this
office. ., au21-2l
LOST Blue terrier, tag 1450. Suitable
reward. 719 D St. s. e. au21-lt
LOST Leather trace in alley between
Corcoran and R sts. and 17th and N.
H. ave. Return to 1737 17lb st. and re
ceive reward. It
LOST Baby's gold pin. Finder re
warded If returned to 1724 8th st. nw.
it - !: .,
LOST A bucKster'8 license. No. 70.
Finder please return and receive re
ward, JOHN BRENT, 2155 9th St. uw.
;i.n . au203t
LOST About 7:30 Sunday evening, near
tha 7th st. and Pa,, ave. transfer, or on
7th at. and Eckington street car lines, a
pocketbook containing' papers of value to
nobody except the owner. The finder will
be rewarded by retorting to L. A. COOL
IDGE, 1406Gst.nw. 1 1 au!9-mae3t
TRUSTEES 8ALB af unimproved real
property In Barry Jarm. By virtue of a
deed of trust given to us and duly recorded
In Liber 1582, folio 122 ct seq. one or the
land records or the District of Columbia,
and at the request of tho party secured
thereby, wc shall otTer for sale on Satur
day, the 24th day of August, 1895, at 5
o'clock" p. ra., the following described
lots,, situate and being lots numbered 78,
79, 80, 81, 82, and 83 In Bates and Cal
laghan's subdivision of lots 25 and 26 In
section three (3) or the trustees' sub
division ot the Barry Farm estate, as the
same is recorded In liber connty book 6,
foUo 123, In the surveyor's office ot the
District ot Columbia.
Terms cash. A deposit ot $50 will be
quired at tlmd of sale. Conveyancing,
etc., at purchaser's' cost. Terms of sale
to be- compiled with within fifteen-days,
esse the trustees reserve the right to resell
tb property at .the cost ot. purchaser after
ftv obits' advertisement.
WALLACE C. EAYBOLD,
Percy Mctzger, Attorney-at-law, 473
Louisiana." arenne, bolder of" the note.
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WILL pay cash for dairy lunch room or
milk route. It suited, before Sept, 1;
no agent need answer this; send all par
ticulars to DAIRY LUNCH, thisoff ice.
GOOD cabinet maker and upholsterer
would like to invest some money and
services in furniture business. Address
C. E. L.. this office. It
STOCK and fixtures of grocery and
provision store. Call at 101 L st.
nw.; open for full inspection. It
BREAD and cake bakery wagon and
route; no reasonable offer refused.
M. E. T.. care of 2223 14th st. nw.
WANTED Young married man would
like to Invest $500 In any good paying
business. Address W., this office. It
FOR EXCH ANGE-Lot In Rock
vllle, Md.; will take u horse and car
riage In part payment. Address Box 237
Anacoslla, D. C. au21-2t
A RIVER sand merchant wishes to
retire from business; will rcll out bis
whole plant for $500, or will exchange
for suburban ground; 4 bones, 2 wagons,
good harness; everything ready to carry
on his business that has been successful In
the past; sure thing. Address SAND MAN,
this office. au20-3t
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business places can have purchasers pro
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STOCK aid fixtures of grocery and
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PRINTING njy business. Alwoya
up to date In quick, neat work, and
prices accordingly. My leader 1,000 ex
cellent business cards, $1. HAYWORTH,
Printer, 615 F St. n. w. oul7-14t
PROPOSALS FOR STEAM BOILER.
Architect' Office, U. S. Capitol. Wash
ingbin, D. C, August 19th. 1895. Pro
posals will be received at this office until
Wednesday, September 4th, 1895, at 12
o'clock noon,-for water tube steam boiler
for House wing, U. S. CapitoL General
description and other Information will be
furnished ou application to this office.
The right to reject any or all bids is reserved.
EDWARD CLARK. Ardiitect.U. 8. Capitol.
TV ANTED- Steady boarder in private
family; reasonable terms. 636 II st.
Waaalnctorx D. O.
IT. P. BPaCH. Mansaet.
A ancceisH on it merltm The Even
lug Tlniow the great one-cent jiftper.
Wlmt He Dreaded.
Lea Great heavens! old man, I have
suffered three days and nights of sleepless
agony from this raging toothache!
Perrins Why don't you get It pulled?
Lea I would; but Im afraid It would
Her John, I believe the baby has swal
lowed your collar button.
Him It won't take long to find out
If he has, he will try to crawl under the
bureau In a few minutes. Pottsville
TIES TREE FROTECTIOH LEAGUE.
Believing that much of the
beauty of our National Capi
tal is dcrivedrom its famous
wealth of shade trees, and
that these trees are now in
danger of destruction by their
natural enemies, and knowing
that they cannot be preserved
and cared for by -the authori
ties Owing to the parsimony
and neglect of Congress, I
hereby promise to do all I can
to protect the tree or trees in
front of or bordering on my
jlace of residence, and for
that purpose subpit my name
for membership in The
Times Tree Protection
THE PIT OF ALLACHY.
Out of tlie Hollow ot AViirnlns Came,
After Jinny Years, a tahientatlon.
Adam Ogllvie lay basking in the mid
summer sun on the lee side ot the Witch's
Hillock. U Is a mound of blown sand,
rising a little above the level of a beach of
naked shingle and water-rolled stones,
held together by the tough roots and the
sage-green blades ot the bent. The sea
Is close by, but the din or its perpetual war
fare with the shore is rnintly heard in the
holluw behind the m.. unit. It scarcely
reached the ears or Adam Ogilvle as he
leaned his back against the warm sand, and,
hair-sunk in a day-dream, looked into
the book whose pages hC had almost ceased
The wind must have shifted or risen, for
tho spears ot the windiestrae shook and
rustled overhead. The leaves ot the
book fluttered and a pinch or sand was cast
on the iage Adam was reading, as It by
some impish hand. Rising, be climbed tho
dune and glanced seaward. The waves
curled and broke on the beach m regular
files, shooting out long tongues of foam
which slid smoothly over the sand and
gravel; and, at the moment ot being with
drawn, returned into claws that clutched
and tore at the ground. Outside the calm
surface of the Northern Sea had crisped
into infinite wrinkles, with here and there
a broadening point ot white. Never in
after years did Adam know salt water so
clear, so deep blue, as this, within a stone's
throw of his father's door. To-day to look
forth upon It was like gazing lnu the pure
depths of space fretted with the stars.
On the western horiion. were faintly pen
ciled the shapes of far-away hills. The
sail of a fishing boat, heading fur home,
was disappearing around the Scar Head.
On the verge of the sea line was a blurr of
some some steamer making fur Tbale
of old. There was nothing else in that direc
tion between the Witch's Hillock and theice
about the North Pole.
As Adam looked, the voice or the sea
seemed to gather volume and meaning.
The rreshcuing breeze plucked the Troth
from the lip or the waves and chased it
along the beach and shoot the dry wisps
or seaweed aud the long swathes or wreck
age that marked the high level or tide
and storm. Ogilvie turned bis face to the
land. It rose and fell in a succession of
even swells like the Eca itself. The tea,
indeed, hud made it. and shaped It after its
own image. The swift river near by was
restlessly at work, dragging down the sand
and pebbles, and the waves piled them
upon thetbore.and then tore and raged at
their own handiwork. It was labor worse
than that of Sisyphus, this cndlees rolling
or stones that slowly, but surely, circum
scribed the province of tliesea and enlarged
that of the laud. The slain of the earth
was already on the landward side or these
sea breaches before they were Lair raised.
Iu the troughs between, bunches or hardy
tea pinks stood brilliant amid green-gray
patche-i nr wiry grass. The yellow stalk
or the blaeberry ttruggled up between the
loose stout-i; the crowberry and the creep
lug Juniper clasped them and enfolded
them as in a green mantle. Further back,
a few wind-planted firs and birches, which
heather nud cloee-cropiicd whins cohered
completely, and here and there were
the sheep and the salt breezes kept from
rising above the estate of shrubs.
Behind these were Um; green patches of
croft land rescued from the links by the
salmon fishers In those intervals of leisure
from "working the water" which they
gave to tolling the earth; then large and
well-groomed rarms; and, further back,
twoor three miles away, the woods around
the Great House, all now In full leaf. As
a background to the scene, the darker from
contrast with the light tints of thetrcrsand
meadows below, rose the somber screen -or
pine forests, crowned on thesky line by bare
and brown moors.
In that Northern clime spring lingers on
to the longest day; the colors of the earth
seemed as rresh ,and pure as those or the
sea, with Infinitely more warmth and vari
ety. Ogilvie turned once more to face the
salt breath of the Firth. Aqnarterotamile
to the westward a crew of fishermen were
beaching their cable and preparing to draw
in their salmon net. Between him and
them his eye caught a dark object, bob
bing no w on the crest and now in the hollow
of the waves. His first thought was that
it was a seal; be regretted that he had not
bis father's gun beside him, and thn remem
bered that to shoot a seal iu the water is
bad sport. But this particular specimen
of the pbocae was making fast for the
shore; there was a twinkle of bare feet on
the sand, the gleam of a white shoulder,
ami before the onlooker could gather bis
wits about him, the sea-maid bad emerged
from the foam, and had disappeared In the
deserted bathing-house on the beach.
The young man stepped down from the
Witch's Hillock. But it was some minutes
before be could resume his book; the sea
nymph bad turned aside the current of bis
By and by a sweet voice at his elbow,
with a little note or condescension in it,
roused him from his reverie.
"What are you reading?"
Adam Ogilvie sprang to his feet. A
maid who had Just entered upon wom
anhood stood within a yard or two or
him. Blie was simply dressed, but there
was about her the air of gentle birth,
and the aspect of one by nature a little
shy and proud. Her hair, still moist
from the sea bath, hung in a fleece or
burnished brown ujion her shoulders. Of
her features Ogilvie was at first only
aware of a pair of startled eyes, of a
blue like that or the sea. She had fancied
that the form, clad in rough and well-worn
tweed, curled up in the hollow of a sand
hill, was that of some studious herd-boy
or rislicr-lad, and was surprised when
a tall young man suddenly stood erect r.nd
looked at her with dark eyes, shining
under bent brows.
Adam lifted his cap and handed the
volume to her without a word. It was
Do You Want Cheaper Gas?
If so, write your name and address
in this coupon and send it to THE
You can help to save Washington a
half "million dollars each year by writing
your name and address in the above
coupon and sending it to THE TIMES,
to be used in preparing a petition to
Congress asking for cheaper gas.
the "Vision of Prers, the Plowman," and
withlrr It. where the page opened ruosl
readily, were penciled notes of a rhymedf
tra nsLitionin to thestrongand homely speech
which came naturally to bis tongue when
he had left the college forms for the free,
air of the seashore.
The eyes of the girl dafted at Mm a
bright, quick look or Interest, This,
then, was one or those studious peasant
youths of the North, who, as the saying
runs, cultivate learning on a Utile oat
meal, and who, with a foot once set on
the lowest rung of the ladder, raise
themselves by their own sturdy genius
and perseverance to the highest places
of science and of literature.
She had heard of them in her own land;
but liail se-n none until now; they were al
most mythical In hereyes, like theme rma Ids.
She, too, had read and mused, and had
her own thoughts, which were not the
thoughts ot the people around- her. She.
too, had been stirred by the great and
bitter cry, the voice out of the weltering
depths of wickedness and wrong, that
rises from Langland's weird poem. It
had brought to her longings to break:
"through the cobwebs of society Ideas and
aims that were gathering about her path,
and to escape to where site might enjoy
freer vision and nobler action.
She looked again at the comely stranger
youth J and, la the scriptural phrase, be
found favor in her sight She made as it
to read the written lines, but. with tho
shrinking natural to the young verse
maker, he made an involutary movement
to restrain her, and then hated himself
for the act Thinking better or her Inten
tion, she merely returned the book with
a word of apology, and asked, instead, to
be directed to the postotrice of the hamlet.
way toward the group ot thatched houses
and kailyards fenced with elderberry
bushes. Their thoughts were closer to
gether than either knew, hut their speech
was only of trivial things of the weather
ami the path. Adam pointed out the slit
in the little half-boarded window to which
theflsher-folk commit their correspondence.
They paused a minute before parting,
and the girl said: ,
(Continued in to-morroWs Morning Times.)
FACTS ABOUT FALSE TEETH.
Very Few Are JIudo of Ivory, ns In
"Where do false teeth come rrom?" said
a well-known bone importer, echoing a
question that I had put to him. "Wouldn't
you like' to know? Most people, I imag
ine, think Uiat n!l false teeth are m.iiio
from ivory. That is quite a mistakpu
idea, as the majority of fake teeth ara
now made from anything but ivory. We
import large quantities of walruses' tusks
ror no other purpose than that they may bo
made into false teeth. You go into somo
big dental establishment where teeth are
made, and you will doubtless find the re
mains of walrus tusks lying around; and.
Indeed, a highly polished tooth made rrom
a walrus tusk U Just as handsome, although
not so lasting, as on ivory one.
"A dentist once camo to me ror an ele
phant's tint, from which a good set of
permanent teeth might be made for a
wealthy client of his. He was to spare no
expense. I found him a tusk, which, being
an especially good one, I sold for $12.30 a,
pound, the usual price being rrom $2 30 to
$3.30 per pound. I afterwards learned that
the dentist made $300 out of that set of
"Of course, it would be impossible for
dentists to sell teeth so cheaply as they do
now if the teeth, were all made from ele
phants' tusks. As a matter or fact, so
many people are now wearing raise teeth,
that I doubt If the ivory suitable ror thi-t
purpose would ever be round. I am told
a good many raise teeth are now beingmade
rrom vegetable ivory, ivoriue. etc. ir so,
the price or teeth must naturally go down,
and 1 a time the toothless one will probably
be able to replenish his mouth ror an ab
surdly low sum. A set or teeth ror $1.23.".
concluded the dealer, laughing, "would
create a boom in raise teeth."
ne HatesS'ew Xorkerg.
New Torkers who visit London are de
clared to be pestering Du Maurier to death.
He has been obliged to put a man on guard
outsidehls studioand toenjoinliisdaughters
to be specially on guard against the camera
fiend. The fact Is noticeable because tho
author of'Tnlby" Is very fond of Americans
who do not kail from New York. He hap
pened to be sketching In the suburbs of Lou
don not many weeks ago, when he was
pounced upon by a New York millionaire.
"Are you Ironi New York?" inquired Du
"Yes," answered the American.
"Then I will say good-bye," remarked Du
Maurier, lifting up his easel and walking
That same night he met that saniemanln
the studio of a friend.
"Mr.Du Mauner'saidthemillionaire, "I
am a Philadelphian. I called over to-day
and had my residence changed.
"Come to dinner at my house," retorted
the artist, shaking the other's hand. "I'll
give you the finest champagne you ever
No one knows why Du Maurier hat-3
IndiiHtrU-M Unknown to tho Orient
Japan, like China, is topsy-turvey land
to Westerners. Mr. II. T. Fmck remarks
that Japan has no bakers or butchers, as
rice takes the place of bread and meat
Xo meat, no hides; therefore shoes aro
made by the carpenter. Here customers
go to the merchant; there the merchant
conies to the customer. Even nature is
topsy-turvy. Nothing is more Japanes-a,
than lacquera, and lacquer whimsicallj
refuscs to dry in the sun, but gets as dry
as you please In a damp atmosphere.
When we go in doors we take oir our hots;
they take or their shoes. Their way is the
cleaner. They begin their year in spring,
we in midwinter, which is less rational.
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