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THE BTJBNING- TIMES. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31f I89tf.
Ho advertisement less than 10
Jo nd ertlsement lesj than 10
Ko advsrtlsameat less than 10
KoadTsrtlsaaseat lass than 10.
Ko adrartiasmaat less than 10.
NoadTerttsamant lass than 10a.,
IfoadrartUaraaat lass than 10s.
SUMMER Boarders. Raleigh will be
open until October 1. Plcuty of oys-
lers and crabs. S. L. RALEIGH, Itldge,
POTOMAC BAT JW.ev place op
pusko Wilkenous; beautifully located
forsunuacr board! ng; boating, bathing, flsh
lug, etc.; table abundant Iv furnished; terms
low. C. O. WILKERSON, Prop .
JySO-lmo Colonial Ilcaoh, To.
A. LIBERAL HBWAHD will be
paid for tlie return of yellow card case
containing notes, memoranda, and railroad
pass to N. V.; of no us; to any one except
"the owner. SCHKOT BROS., 491 Mo. ave.
TAKEN from the City of Richmond
wburr, Monday morning, trunk, with
white paint on one end. Reward will lie
gU en for lis return to 113Bst.ne. au'll-4t
LOST'" Wednesday nflernoon, bet.
Bth and O, and 1" sis, near Till, a gold
link ruff button, diamond setting. Liberal
reward H returned to II, J. McLEAN, No.
laOST-A pair of glasses with chain and
ear-drops on Eleventh street cars.
RewurdforreWrnto 1313Tst.mv. au30-lt
MONEY TO LOAX.
Money Wanted and to
Loan. We will loan you
money at 5 and 6 per cent on
improved or unimproved D.
C. real estate or to persons
contemplating building. No
delay where the security of
fered is good.
T. O. ANDCKSON A CO ,
'JJ7 G fctreet Northwest,
S1.SOO to loan on Washington olty
property at C per cent: no delay. 8.
M. JONES. CIO 101b st. nw. au30-3t
H. K. FCLTOK'S Loan Orrico. 1218
l'a. aye. nw. Established In 1870.
Money loaned ou watched diamonds. Jew
elry, silverware, etc. Special bargains la
watches. Jewelry, and sllcrware. au20-0m
no coa.raiissioN-$ioo,ooo to
loan in uiiall turns ou Ii.fta1in.int plan,
at less tha-i 6 per cent. J. T. II. HALL,
721 13lh st uw.. Agent Granite State
Provident Association, tf
3VIONKY 'o loan ou bonds, stocks, tiusts.
lean association ceitificatos, and old
Hue life iusuiaucc policies; no delay.
YERKES A BAKER.
40 to 4G Mctzeiott Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN-in large nuns,
or as low as sl.ouu.al 5 and 6 per
rent, on D C. real esti.te; also 250,5000,
$750, etc., at C per cent. WM. II SAUN
DERS & CO., 1407 F st nw. If
MONEY 'o loan at B and G per cent,
on District of Columbia realty: no
delay if secuiity Is satisfactory.
WALTER H. ACKER. 704 14th nw
MONET TO LOAN All classes of real
easlate loans made with promptness at cur
rent rates. TIIE McLACHLEX REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor
acr 10th and Q streets nw. xuutf
LADY will pay 525 00 for position of
any kind under gov't, paying $5 or $8
per week Address GOV'T, Times Office,
mi 20 -3 1
WANTED-Bj n man and wife, situ
ation to take charge of a farm; man
Is bandy with tools; good ref FRANK
WARD, C3 N st se. nu31-3t
HARNESS Factory New carriage and
wagon harness; hand made, liest
material: will bo sold very cheap by maker,
at factory, rear of 4.V5 11 st. nw Harness
neatly repaired L X. RICKS nn'l 1 -Jt
LABOR parade. Window, 25 cents;
lulcony, 50 tents 3o5 I'euna ae.
EUREKA Carpet Cleaning Co will
clean our carpel by scruttblug pro
cess; take out all grease, dirt and Mains:
also portieres clcaueil Address postal
4 1-2 st anil Maine ae. sw au27-7t
WE don't care to do "cheap" "slop"
pruning, and most everybody knows
11 and they know we don't care who knows
It Trices right. M. W. MOORE. Gen.
Mar. . Law Reporter Company, 518 Cth
II. nw. flu 22
JTJST DECEIVED Fine lot young Co
ban parrrts, guaranteed to talk-; also
soakcys, cat dries, mocking birds, gold
?3b. dogs, aat fancy pigeons. BCHMID'S,
12 12tb st. v w.. branch 1221 l'a. ava
coKNEir op sirrii and
Ti-rf'ect Inne 28. 11.
0 A M. 1'ENNSTLVANIA LIMITED-Pulfc
rnau Sleepls!, DinlBg, Smoking, and Obsor.
vatlon Cars llaniiburs to Chicago, Clnclo.
Sati, Indianapolis, St. Loolf, Cleveland, anil
'J oiedo bullet Parlor Car to Harrlaburg.
1CJ0A.M. FAST LINE Pullman Buffet Par.
lor Car to Harrlsburg Parlor and Dlnlnf
Cars, llarrisburi: to Pittbcrit
KIP. 11. C1I1CAOUANDST. LOUIS EXntES
lullman Buflt Parlor Car to Harrlaburz.
Eleriilae and Dining Cars, Harrlsburg to 3L
Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville, and Chicago.
I JO I'. !. UKblERN EXPRESS lltflntaa
Sleeping Car to Chicago, RDd llarrlsbarg t
Uevcland Dining Car to Chicago.
StP. JI. bOUTH-WiiTEUN KXl'RESa PulU
man sleeping and Dining Cars to St. Louis,
and bUeping Car llarriaburg to Cincinnati
lag Car to Pittsburg. .
IJLOA. 21 for Kan. (. anandalgua, Itochestsi;
andNlagara Falls dailr, except Sundiy.
IC.J0 A. H. for Elmlra and Itenova, dally, except
Sunday. For Vi Ullamsport dally, 3 10 P. M.
HtP. M. for MIllamsport. Rochester, BuSalo,
and Niagara Palls dally, except baturday,
with sleeping car Washington to Suspensioa
bridge via buffalo.
it 0 P. J1L for Lrle, Cannndaigua, ItocJiester,
UuQalo, and Niagara Falls dally, sleeplnj
car ashlngton to Klmira.
T ri'luLidcipniu. w l oric, find ti KtiL
Xtl'. M. "CO.NGUE3SI0NAI, LIMITED.- alt
Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Biltl
more, for New York daily, for Philadelphia
week-days. Regular at TM (Dining Car).
'.XII, SOO, 10D0 (Ulnlng Car), and 11-00 (Din
ing Car) a in., 12.1j, 3 15, 43, C 40, WM, and
E5p in. On &unday. tt (Uinlng Car),
:i0, IM, 11 0j (Dlnini Car) a. in., 1!k15, 3 ti
ciO.HO, lOUO.and Ilia p. m. For Pblta.
del) Ma only. Fast Express 7 JM n. m. week
days. Lxpress, 2 01 and 6 40 p. m. dally.
Wcr Boston, without change, 7 M a. in. week
days, and 3 15 p m. daily
Icr Baltimore, C.-J3, 7a33, :xs, :so, too,
JO 00, 10S, 11-03. and 11J3 a m, lill
1101, 2.15. 3 40. (4A) Limited), iS3, 2 5.1J
tO. CIO, 7.1U, 10-03, 10.40, 11-15, and 11 JJ
J- m. On bunday, 7-05, 7SS), MB, V05.
!CXO, lli a. m., 12 15, 1:15, 1:01, 3:15.3 43 (4D1
Limited), 4i), i 40, CDj, 1 13, 7.10, 10J0, 1J.IJ,
and 1135 p. m.
ycr Pope's Creek Una. 750 a. ro. and 444 p m.
dally, except bunday.
Icr Anuapobs, 720 nu.l tm a. m., 12.IS and LI)
p. in. dally, except Sunday. Suadays, 'J.3J
a. in. and 4s p. in.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Richmond,
ack6onTllle, and Tampa, 430 a. ra, 330 p ra,
ally. Richmond and Atlanta, 8 40 p. m. dally.
fllchmond only, 1C-J17 a. ra. week days.
accommodation for Ouantlco, 7:45 a. a. dally,
and 4S3 p. m. week-days
Icr Alexandria, 4:30. CM, 7.-45. 8.-40, M3, 10Jf
1120a ro., 150. 1.4)1, 320,4.23, 6M, 57, I.1S
SiC, 10:10, and 1139 p m. On Sualay at 111,
7.45. 9 45 a. m., 2:43. b 15, am, and 10:10 p. ra.
Leave Alexandria for Washington, CDS, 6.43,7:31,
F-CO.S-JO. 10:15, 10J a. m . 100, 2:15, 3x10. 321
l.CU, CS0 6 15. 7fU,7riO. t:10, lOii. and llxtl p.
ta. On bunday at CIV 8-10, 102i a. m-.tli,
I3C, 7XC 720, V JO, and 103J p. m.
tcr Atlantic Clcy, W (Saturdays only). 10.-09.
1) to a. m. week days, IXiU and 1L31 n. &
Ta Cap 3fay. 3000 a. m., f!aturdayi aoly),
11.15 p. m. week days, and 1133 p. m. dally.
Ticket oOces, northeast eoraer of ltthstrasi
sod PrnnsrlTanla ATenu, aad at Um statlaa
Uxth and II Streets, when orders can ba left tat
taa chacklac.af tiatgate to dastlnstloa frwa
katels and raudancaa
Y.U. PKJtVOST. .gJU WOOD,
11KLP TTANTED MALB.
WANTED-25 carts and horses: aide
and front boards, ,17 in. all around;
steady work, 8 hours per day. Apply
Tuesday morning. Library- building, oppo
site the Capitol, 8 o'clock. M. J. FOLE1",
WANTED) A man ofgod address to
take urders-lu city. Address CRYSTAL,
this office. It
"WANTED A joung man to tell the
retail grocery trade; must bo willing
to work at first for small rtay. Address
CENTRAL, this office. aug31-3C
WANTED-Man to bolicit for well
establlrbed printing business; one
thoroughly familiar with the city and able
to command buslnefs; good salary to the
right party, and steady place if FatLfuctory.
Address fully with refs. to L.1Uox.348.
WANTED-Wat chman, clerk, expert
accountant, messengers, companion,
reader to invalid. J. C. 8., this office. It
"WANTED White barber rorSaturday;
ath and 1 sis, nw.. COUSINS. aug30-2t
"WANTED Boy; $2 a week. 1330
7th 8t- li. w. au30-3t
"WANTED-Four energetic gentlemen
to cainnes Industrial Insurance; bring
reference; ex perlcnce not necessary. WM.
A. BENNETT, Gen. Supt., COS F st, nw..
HELP WANTED-FEMA LB.
WANTED-A nurse girl. Apply at
:I31I u st. nw. It
WANTED-A lady cashier: salary,
$J n week. Address A'. L , this nrfice.
WANTED-Middle-aged while woman
cook, near city; name and residence.
Address SUBURB, this office. 3t-tu-lliu&sat
WANTED G'rl for cooking orders in
lunch room. 211 l'a. ave. uw. It
WANTED A young lady to act as
c.ielilr; also tencxperieuced salesladies;
nono but first-elnsj hands n.-ed apply. 8.
W. AUliENSTEIN. 430 7th et. nw. It mae
WANTED An experienced, intelligent
nurse for baby two jcars old. One as
above will have a good home. Address
at present, Mrs. JULIUS LAK8BUKGH,
Berkeley Springs Hotel, Berkeley Springs,
W. Va. Home, Washington city. au30-2t
IlELr WAX FED MALE AND
WANTED-Two German girls for gen
eral housework; three American girls;
two colored cooks; farm hands wanted.
HOME PROTECTIVE AGENCY, 010 11th
si. nw. au31-2t
WANTED Ten good solicitors to work
for the oldest and best sick and death
benefit company lu Washington clty;splen-
did contracts. 017 T st. nw., lower floor.
WANTED Smith 1'iemier Typo
witter operators and stenographers
directed to positions. Operators de
siring to familiarize themselves with new
No. 2 Bmith Picmior Tyiwrlter call
TIIE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
CO.. No. 1416 F St. nw. jy31-tf
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
WANTED-A ly age 10, wishes to
learn a good trade. AddressN.I'..Times
WANTED-A situation as cook In
hotel or restaurant by a competent man;
good on special orders; good refs. 415
21bi st. nw auJI-2t
WANTED-Mluatlon or any kind by
man 20 jears old, 1). E. bookkccimr,
with good refs Address V. U. F., this
WANTED-B? youmr man. a iioeltion
In a store of some kind; liest of refs
Address HUSTLER, this office It -
WANTED hitujtion as office clerk
or collector ; moderate Mages. Ad
dresiCI.KRK.Jhls office. au2P-10t
WANTED-Aff kind of iosiiIin by
young man; wlllliigto work; best of
refs. Address U. 8.. Gift II aLnw.
WANTED By young man. 20. clerical
or similar position; ref. and lwnd If
necessary Address A. W. D., thLs office.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED-Bf a young woman, place
In Miinil family to cook, wash, and
Iron Address! 124 New Jercy ne. 11
WANTED-"? J oufg col.ired woman
place to do general housework. Address
2128 lOlhsLnw. it
GENTLEUAN, wlfeand threechlld-
reu. want 3 or 4 -unfurnished rooms,
located In n. w., central location, for light
housekeeping. P. B. W., 1725 F st. nw.
"WANTED Boarders; 207 Pa. ave.
uw.. The Templar, $1 per day. Good
room and excellent board, $4 and $C er
A FEW good table boarders wanted at
4 fib O st sw. nn2n-.1t
"It ANTED UI8CBLLANEOU0.
WANTED-Lessons on guitar; lady
teacher preferred. Address MAR
SHALL, this office. ati.ll-2t
WANTED- Dairy orbutter route; mut
be cheap. Address BUTTER, Time3
WANTED-Milk dairy outfit; horse,
wagou and liamss, cheap; install
ruents. 708 lfUh st. nw. au30-2t
"WANTED Farmrfor lmmedLtte pur
chase, 50 or- 75 acres, 10 or 15 miles
from Washington; must have good dwelling
and young orchard. WM. M. YAGER &
CO., Rooms 45 and 4G Ohio Nat. Bank bldg.
WANTED- Grocers. Itallgrocerswho
Co. will send their names and addrcses to
GROCER, this office, they will hear of
something to their advantage. au30-2t
WANTED Horses to pasture. Forty
acres of excellent pastur-; plenty oi
water and shade; $4 per month; railed for
and returned. T. J. OWEN, G12 E st.
n. w. au30-3t
"WANTED To buy in the suburbs
house with one or more acres of ground.
Address BUSINESS, this office. nu29-3t
WANTED-Bmall breed black-aud tan
male dog. Schmidt's Bird Store,
712 12th st. nw. au29-3t
WANTED-To buy two pool tables
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FRE
And charce only for palntin;; workcuarantesl
NAT. RUBBER ROOF TAINT CO. 1031 8ta nw
VOIl SALE SUBURBAN.
FOR SALE-000 farms and suburban
home for sale near Washington city and
on tho Totomao Biver. Take Secretary
Morton's ad ice, and buy one. Very cheap
and on small payments. Call for my new
prinfd list and map of Washington and Its
suburbs for 25 miles around. Often free to
all callers. JAMEB E. CLEMENTS, 1321
F st, nw.. Washington. I). C. nu29-6t
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Butcher's stall and fix
tures In K st. market; nicely fitted; did
business of $300 Inst month. For terms ad
dresa"!. M.." this office. . au31-3t
FOR SALE-Fire proof safe and large
ice box, suitable for butcher. Apply
store. 300 9th, at. ae. au31-3t
FOR SALE-Sito In Oak Hill Cemetery
containing as aq. let., lurj, oi west 1-2
lot 284 east. In eastern part of cemetery;
sufficient for three Interments on the'cell"
plan, which la usual In theae (rounds, and
enough apaco on aide for ornamentation
and memorial tone; price, 960, Apply
125 California at, na. n31-2t
rooms, front and back, first floor; fur
nished complete, conking utensils, dishes;
gas, balb; refrigerator and sewing machine;
$15. per month. S01 10th s. w., near
Smithsonian. , au30-3t
gas, and bath on same floor; Belt line
cars pass door. Suitable for couple light
housekeeping. Rent, $8 pernionth. 1218
Bst.8. w. ' nu29-4t
FOR RENT 1 large front room, with
alcove, or 2 communicating rooms; 2i
floor; with bath; handsomely furnished;
southern exposure: rent moderate. Apply
27 R st. nw. au30-3t
FOR RENT A delightfully furnished
front room. 803 8th st. nw. au30-3t
FOR RENT Largo, cheerful, newly.
furnished rooms, suitable for two, at
reasonable rates. 1022 8th st. nw. au30-3t
FOR RENT Large front, or two back
rooms, furnished; use of bath. 60
K st. ne. au30-2t
FOR RENT Two desirable, furnished
rooms, 2d and 3d floor; price $15 and
$8. 1118 New York ave. nw. au30-3t
FOR RENT Room with board for
gentleman and wife, or two single
gentlemen. Apply 1347 Ust. nw.auGO-2t
FOR RENT All front rooms; fur. or
unftir.; large and small; light, airy;
beautiful views; Inspiring for writers or
artist?. 502 E St., near Pension Office.
FOR RENT Entire second floor; three
nice rooms; two. closets; bath, hot and
cold water; gas; half block from cable cars:
suitable for light housekeeping. OWNER.
FOR RENT At No. 225 E st. nw..
four .second story unfur. rooms; also
three third floor rooms; bath on both floors.
FORRENT Twounfur.conimunica ting
rooms; rent reduced it taken by 1st.
700 4th St. no. au29-3t
FURNISHED room with lioard; terras
reasonable. 1707 7th St. uw. au29 3t
FOR RENT Room and board; two
gentlemen can hae room and board,
prlwito family: moderate terms. 224
13 1-2 St. sw. ati29-3t
FOR RENT South west cor. of 9th and
11 ne., 2 basement rooms, snltablo for
lunchrooms; also apartments for light
housekeeping; also large office room.
ifm. L nfafs
m ft m
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance,
615 E Street Northwest
Management of Estates a specialty. Bureau of Information and
General Law Practice. Kents Collected. Titles Per
fected. Special Improvement Taxes Abated.
"Washington, D. C, August jo, 1895.
Sir I have been advertising houses for
rent in The Times for several months, and
have succeeded in renting at least 50 houses,
to my certain knowledge, through such ad
vertising. I find that parties in search of
houses generally consult The Times' ads.
Very truly, yours,
C. F. YODER.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
X222 Eleventh st. nw. Two delightful
unfur, rooms, first and second floors;
com enicnt to bath; m.l. at reasonable rates.
. ' aug31-3t
ELEG AN r fir- rooms; all conven
ances; furnace heat, hot and cold water;
terms very moderate. 1234 loth st. nw.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms,
$8 to $15 per month; parlor suitable for
physician; also table board. Apply 427
G bt. nw. - uu30-3t
FOR RENT 630 Ist.nw., two orthree
rooms; furnished or unfurnished; second
or third floor. au30-3t
FOR RENT Fur. or.unfur. room, man
only. $C. Call 1314 0th st.au31-lt
FOR RENT Two communicating
rooms, second floor, fur. or unrur.,
en suite or single; reasonable. 47 E at.
n. w. au31-3t
FOR RENT Four communicating
rooms on second floor, one on parlor
floor, heat, gas; water, bath morn and
other m. i. Rent low. 1507 151h st.
n. w. au31-2t
FOR RENT First, 6econd and third
floors, furnished or unfurnished, with
or without board; high and healthy, nice
location near Capitol; cars pass tho door.
114 C St. n. e. nu31-2t
FOR RENT Large, well-furnished
rooms, south front. 927 N. Y. ave.
n. w.;a. ni.i. Telephone in house. Gentlc
men preferred. au31-3t
FOR RENT 905 8th st. n. w., fur
nished rooms, first and second floor;
all conveniences. au31-2t
FOR RENT Nicely furnished or un
furnished second story front room, suit
able for man and wife or two gentlemen.
Pleasant location. Apply 719 21st st.
n, w. au3I-3t
FOR RENT Unfurnished; 2d floor;
three rooms; bath and heat; $12. 70S
N. Capitol St. nn31-2t
FOR RENT Fur. rooms, 1 on 1st floor
front and 1 on 3d floor back. Apply
720 11th st. nw. nu30-3t
TOO 8th st. nw. 3 or 4 rooms, 2d floor;
dining and kitchen, fur.: also back par
lor: housekeeping allowed. au30-2t
FOR RENT At No. 225 E st. nw.,
four tccoiid story unfur. rooms; also
three third floor rooms; bath on both floors,
nn 30-3 1
FOR RENT Large south front room,
newly rur. 150 E st. ne. au28-7t
FOR RENT ROOMS
FOR RENT Very desirable furnished
rooms; some with private bath; also
excellent family table board; convenient
and pleasant locality; reasonable terms;
gentlemen preferred. 702 19th at nw.
913 I at. nw. Large, bright, handsomely
fur. rooms on 3d floor; central location;
hack room, with board, for 2, S40: front
room. S4S. au29-3t
FOR RENT-Large well rurnisbed
rooms; cool aod. comfortabla; in the
business center; convenient to all car lineal
gentlemen only.- Apply second floor 1231
E at nw. au2-7
FOR BENT BOOMS.
FOR RENT2 or s rooms, rur. or un
fur. 1617 10th st. nw. au29-3t
FURNISHED or unrur. rooms near
Howard University. Call Thursday,
Friday and 8unday, 2514 7th St. nw.
6Xf5 6th st. nw. Pleasant fur. rooms,
-with board; low rates. au20-3t
TO RENT Large, vool, fur. rooms,
1129 I4thst.nw.;call before lOo'clock
a. m.. or 3 and 6 p. ru. aug31-7t
XO RENT 0D0 very pleasant 2d floor
front room, convenient to Pension and
postof lico, and several lines of cars. 720 6th
Ht. nw. aug31-3t
FOR BENT-Two largo unfur. rooms,
second floor. 1753 Beaton st. au27-6t
FOR RENT-210 9lb St. aw., near B,
large newly fur. front parlor; bay win
dow, folding bed, heat, gas, and bath;
also other rooms. au27-7t
X02T 22d st. nw. For rent Large fur.
or unfur. room, with bay window;
reasonable rates au24-7t
YOTJ'1.1. be a hundred yeanfbthlnd the
age If you don't call and get one of
those elepant custom-made suits, the "least
bit" worn, at the lowest pdee ever beard
of. JUSTH'S OLD STAND. 619 B St. nw.
DRAWING and Painting. Thorough
Instruction for artists, teachers, dec
orators, designers. Illustrators, parents and
children. In every branch of art. Portraits
to order In every style, from $10 to $3,000.
Old or injured pictures cleaned, varnished,
restored. In thu most skillful manner. 502
E St. mr. au29 3t
THE Wonderful Remedy. Cancel
cured without knife, pain, or pay
ontll cured; also carbuncles, piles, dropsy,
by Prof. MARTIN RILEY. 467 Pa. ava
J T. WALKER BONH. ZU4 10th St. nw..
tarpet lining, felts, fire brick and clay,
asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement, two
and three-ply roofing material apr21-tt
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, lovo affairs, losses or
matrimonial adventures; unites separated
and causes speedy marriage with one you
love by proper advice. Call and be con
vinced that I can work a case quicker
than any medium you ever met. Fee, 50
cents. Hours, 10 to 9; open Sunday.
488 H at., bet. 4 1-2 and Cth St. aw.
SPXRITUALISM-Mrs. E. McNeil,
clairvoyant and business medium. Pri
vate sittings dally; business examinations
a specialty. 1914 Ta. ave. au30-7t
ACTING and deep-breathing taught.
Low terms. WALTER STETSON, thi
EGYPTIAN Gypsy Seventh daugh
ter of the seventh generation; she can
take oft spells and cause to marry, as well
as tell you the past and future; persons call
nc at the tent next to railroad, will ask for
Take Ecklngton and Soldiers' Home
MME. ESTELLE tells all the events
ot life In German and English; hours,
9 a. in. to 10 p. m ; 25 and 50 cents;
cures all cases of running or dry sores.
913 19th St. nw. au30-lm
GUNNING La borDay SkKfeandflat-
J. A. BAILEY.footof llthet.se. au30 3t
MME. BROOKE tells all the events
ot life; all business confidential; ladles
and gentlemen, 50 cents each; hours 9 a.
m. to 9 p. m. 605 New York avenue
northwest, near Sixth street. - au27-14t
MASSAGE a'nd electric treatment by
xuia. M'nja. 11UI1I9 Aluiu if u. ui. lu a
p. m. 702 0th St. nw. nu22-7t
LADIES needing confidential treat
ment. A safe and sure relief In all
female trouble, constipation, Irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula,
etc. Separate rooms for patients before
and during confinement, and find homes
for Infants It required. Strictly confiden
tial. MRS. DR. RENNER.1G Fourth at ns.
near E. Capitol st, Washington, B. O.
FOR RENT nOTJSES.
FOR RENT 421 11th st. s. c., near
Pa. ave.; G-rooni brick; $15.30. Ap
ply at 310 Cth stj n. w. nu31-3t
FOR RENT 025 L St. n. e., 10 rooms
and bath; two blocks from H St. cable;
will rent to two small families. Inquire
at 621 Lst, n. e. au31-7t
FOR RENT 601 3d St. n. c; 6 rooms;
mod. tmpts.; brownstone front; $20.30.
Key next door. R. B. RUFFKf, s. w. cor.
lOtb and F n. w. au31-lt
FOR RENT 224 A st s. c., 3-story-brlck;
11 rooms and cellar; very rea
sonable. Apply H. O. TOWLES, 1007
Pa. ave. au31-3t
"FOR RENT 3-story and cellar bouse.
No. 127 A st. ne., near new library; 9
rooms and bath; $30.50; keys at 129. Own
er. FRANKLIN BARRETT, 920 K St. nw.
FOR RENT ,606 3d, near Pension
Office, 11 -rooiu bay window brick:
m.l.; key 614 3d st au29-3t
FOR SALE. Bent,- or Exchange A
desirable 6-room brick dwelling; an
m. 1.; B st, Lear 4th ne.; -win exchange
for small suburban property. WABHN.
BANENHOWER, 1411 Q tt nw.
.i. I - I i
U2.SO- 314 to 820 N. a ava. s.; tt.,
a T. I0BEB, 615 E at nw.
WILL sell cheap, sound horse, or will
trade for cow. 710Ost.nw. au31-3t
FOR SALE-At 786 8th It-nw., an
excellent No. 8 cook stove. It
FOR S ALB New, 10-room brick, on L
st. ne., convenient to Gov. Printing Of
fice; easiest kind of terms; price, $3,850;
worth $5,000; why par Hot! Address
UAROAIN, this otfloa. an31-7t
16 dollars will buy a fine talking par
rot and cage at 223 A 1-2 st. nw.
FOR SALE Saloon, 725 7th it. nw.
WALTER OOETZINGER, Administra
tor. . an30-3t
FOR SALE 30 acre farm; crops and
fruit; good house and barn; 3 minutes'
walk from Lorton Station; 20 miles from
Washington. Inquire ot J. M. SPRING
MAN. Springman P. O., Va. ay29-7t
FOR SALE 2 bay borses, backboard,
double set harness; will sell cheap.
Address B. B., this office. au29-7t
PNEUMATIC tire bicycle, $40; al
most new; fine sorrel horse, $25; dog
cart, $10. 1328Hat.ne nu30 3t
FOR SALE Barroom for sale; $260
cash. Address "WEEK," tills office.
"WANTED Partner in printing busi
ness; good location; need money; too
much business for capital. Address W. O.,
this office. au31-3t
STS will buy, if taken at once, home made
bakery and confectionery; 407H at.
ne:eood stand: low rent. au31-2t
FOR SALE At a great bargain a
corner cigar, news , and stationery store:
excellent location, at junction of three
car lines; doing a good strictly cash busi
ness; must be sold at once. Address
CIGARS, tills office. . oii.'H-8t
FOR SALE-Tobacco, cigar, station
cry and periodical store on Pa. ave.
nw.; a good chance; cheap. 8. M. JONES,
510 10th st. nw. au30-3t
$450 win buy a grocery store, on an
old-established corner in Georgetown:
a first-class std for fresh meats. Atldresa-
FRESH MEAT, this office. au30-2t
FOR SALE-Grocery store for cash;
good trade; other business. 515 F st.,
after 5 p.m. au28-St
BREAD U1 cake bakery and route,
cheap; no reasonable offer refused. Care
of M. E. T., 2223 14th st, uw. au29-6t
FOR SALE sacrifice Bottling busi
ness running four wagons; good trade;
cheap rent; best location. Address BOT
TLER, this off Ice. aug28-7t
WANTED Partner with ?1,200; can
make $8,000 In three years out of In
vestment; real estate security: all solid
business. Address INVESTMENT, this
WANTED To sell a good paying
business, $2,000, to leave the city;
good chance. Address 212, this office.
FOR SALE Barber shop. Address
E.-A. H.. this office. nu28-4t
BY LATIMER, MORGAN & CO.. ACC
TIONEERB, 1229 ANB 1231 O
STREET. TRUSTEES' SALE OF A
FRAME BWELLINO. NUMDEREB 915
TIIIItB STREET NORTHEAST.
By virtue of a deed of trust dated May
9, 1895, and recorded In Liber 2011,
folio 346, et seq., ot the Land Records
of the Blstrlct of Columbia, and at the re
quest of the party secured thereby, we win
sell at public auction. In front of the prem
ises, on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, A.
B. 1895, at 5 o'clock p. m., all those cer
tain pieces or parcels of land known and dis
tinguished as parts of lots 13 and 14, in
Banlcl Shanahnn's subdivision j of lots In
square 775. as per plat recorded In Liber
"W. F.," folio 40, of the records of the
office of the Survejor of the Blstrlct of
Columbia, beginning at the southwest cor
ner or said lot 13 and running thence north
on Third street 44 feet 2 inches, thence
east 33 feet to the cast line line of said lot
14, thence south on said line 41 feet 2
Inches to the southeast corner of said lot
14, thence west 33 feet to the place of be
ginning, the same being sold together wltb
This property wllUbo sold, however,
subject to a prior deed of trust for $1.04
to secure the Old Dominion Bulldog and
Loan Association, of Richmond, Va., full
particulars of which will be made known
at lime or sale.
TERMS All cash over and above the
amount of said prior incumbrance. A de
posit of $50 will be required at time of
sale. All conveyancing pad recording at
purchaser's cost Terms of sale to be com
plied with within ten (10) days from date
of sale; in default ot which trustees re
serve the right to resell at risk and cost ot
defaulting purchaser, after such notice as
the trustees may deem proper.
LUTHER B. IIALL.
BURGESS K. GLABMAN.
L.B YAREELL, Attorney for Beneficiary,
505 E street northwest. au24-10t
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT $18; excellent B-rra. and
cellar bousa with deep lot and stable; on
car line; 2918 Ttb st. nw.; J.CHESTER,
Room 19, Laurence bldg., 615 14th St
S4SSQ-120 E st nw.; 14 t, a. m. t.
C T. YOBER. 616 B at mr.
S8S.OO 10 U st nw.,8r. b.;m. L
O. T. TODBB. 1B lAn
SlOO 1222 D st, nw.; 16-r. brick; a.
m. 1. C. T. Y0BEE.B1B Eat. w.
XO ALL friends of organized labor,
greeting This is to colily all parties
that no settlement has been effected be
tween Mr. Nicholas Auth and the Butchers'
Assembly. By order of the ASSEMBLY.
A special meeting will be held at our
hall Baturday evening. Important busi
ness, and to receive uniforms; every mem
ber it expected to report Monday morning
at 8:30 sharp. P. O'lica. Marshall.
PLASTERERS Attention All mem
bers of Plasterers L,. A., 1644, K. of
L, , are hereby notified that the uniform for
the Labor Bay parade will be ready for
dlstrlbutioifon Friday, August 30. Mem
bers can get their suits by applying to
the committee at the ball between the hours
of 0 and 9 o'clock p. nj. on above date.
Ilyorderof Labor Hay committee. au29-4t
ATTENTION, Ilrlcklayera You can
receive unirorm at hall, 7th and Lsls.
uw., Saturday evening or Sunday all day,
September 1, 1895. By order committee
- F. D. McAULlFF,
;. C. BES8LER,
17. 11. MAGILAN,
J. B. BOWELL,
WM. P. FISHER.
A special meeting of the union will be
held at the hall on Friday night. August
30th. All members are requested to at
tend as this will be the last meeting before
the Labor Bay parade. Hats and uni
forms will be distributed to members.
Committee, 1. 11. Dawell, W. 11. Magnan.
FOR SALE Cheap botnesfor respecta
ble colored ieopIe;twoframehouBes,ne.,
elx rooms; all modern Improvements; owner
In need of money. Callat 1313 Stbst-nw.
FOR SALE If you wan; to buy, rent or
Invest for your friends, look attho houses
heated by steam, beautifully finished, fend
celling at $4,b00 and $3,000. They are
honestly and thoroughly built and a visit to
them will be a eource of instruction; If you
do not want on". Nothing like them In the
city in moderate size houses. Qulncy St.,
n"ar cor. N. Capitol and Sheridan Circle.
WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO., 1407 F. at.
FOR SALE Nos.732and73GShTMan
St. nw., between Brightwood and Sher
man avenues; handsome 5 room bticks;
wat-ir in y.ird: price, $1,550. terms. ?25
cash and S10 i"r month and interest.
AUGUST nO.S'ATU.Cl 1 7thst. au30 2t
LOST About 10 30 Aug. 31, In Center
Market, on Miutti side. pock.tok con
taining something over S19. and a car
ticket: finder rewarded If returned to 232
13 1-2 sw. aug31-2t
MOUNT ZION BAPTIST CHUItCH. cor
ner 12th and Ests ne. Evangellt A Will
banks, pastor Sunrise prayer meet he: Sunday-school
at 0 a m : preaching at 11 and
at 8 p m by the pastor: subject at night
"The Gosiwl fchoe " Preaching Monday
nl;ht by Rev Scott. Arkansas; Tuesday
night by Rev Fiher
IIAMLIXE M E. CHURCH. Ninth and
P streets northwest Rev. E. S. Todd,
I). B., pastor. Sunday-school. 9 IS a. m.;
11a. ru.. sacrament of the Lord's Supper,
address by pastor; 7 30 p m., sermon
by pastor. Illustrated, subject, "Israel
In Egypt:" Epwortb League, C 15 p m.;
Tuesday, consecration; TburMlay, church
prayer meeting, 7 30 p. m.; official meet
ing, Monday evening, 7.30 p. ra.
HEAR PASTOR E. UEZ SWEM'S Short
September Story (original), Bonday night
at 7 15 o'clock. Gospel bymns, one to six
combined, used at night. Preaching at
11 n. m. by the pastor. All pews free.
All cordially Invited. Second Baptist
Chqrch auditorium. Fourth street and Vir
ginia avenue southeast. m
PROGRAMME FOR MONTH OF SEP
tember of meetings at Brightwood, B. C:
September 1, Br. P. C. Lewis; September
8, Br. R. A. Fisher; September 15, Br.
W. H. Newly; September 22, Rev. J. H.
Winston; September 29, Rev. A. C. Wash
Incton Ah" Christian churches united.
ATTENTION. Plasterers All mem
bers of Plasterers L. A., 1644. K of
L , are hereby notified to attend a rpecial
meeting of the Assembly on Sunday morn
ing, September 1, at 10 o'clock a m. to
make final arrangements for Labor Bay.
By order of theA88EMBLY.
FOURTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Ninth and G streets northwest Rev.
Joseph T. Kelly, pastor. Preaching at 11
a. m. to-morrow by Rev. Willis O. Banker,
of Lawrence, Kan. Babbatb-school, 9.30;
Y. P. B. C. E., 7 p. m.; prayer meeting,
Thursday. 8 p. m.
THE BRETHREN Preaching on Sunday
at 11a. ni., at 316 Pennsylvania avenue
southeast, by Rev. H. T. Proctor. Bible
school at 9-45. Gospel services at 7:45 p.
m. Everybody cordially Invited to attend
all of these services. W. M. Lyon, pastor.
THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH 423 G street
northwest Rev. Alex. Kent, pastor, will
give the closing discourse of his series on
the Lord's Prayer. Text "For Thine Is
the kingdom." Service, 11:15. Seats free;
THE EASTERN PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH, Sixth street and Maryland ave
nue northeast Rev. Thomas Chalmers
Easton, B. B., pastor, will preach at 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. Strangers arecordlaUy
CENTRAL M. P. CHURCH, Twelfth and
M street northwcJt At 11a m.,lhe pastor.
Rev B J.Smitb. will preach. Rcv.Br Bavid
Wilson will preach opening sermon In lent
adjoining church at 8 p. ru. Everybody
Invited. Bring Gospel Hymns.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CIimtrTr
corner Tenth and G streets north west Rev.
Stephen M. Nenman, B. B., pastor; John
W. Bischoff, Mus. Boa, organist. Preach
ing at 11 a.ni. by Rev.IsaacCIark. Sunday
school, 9 30 a. ni. Christian Endeavor, 7
p.m. No evening preaching.
VERMONT AVENUE CHRISTIAN
CHURCH-Rcv T B Powcr.at 11 a. ru.
and 8 p ni Sunday-cchuol, 9.30 a. m.
Christian ELdeavor, 7 p. va. Scats free
all welcome. '
Do You Want Cheaper Gas?
If so. write your name and address
in this coupon and send it to THE
NAME - ,
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.
SET FIRE TO TIIE BEDS.
Peculiar Met bod of Suicide Adopted,
by hii Ohio Woman.
Columbus, Ohio, Aug. 31, The story of a
sensational suicide at Flint, O., reached beta
Mrs. Josiah Guess, aged about forty-five,
while suffering from temporary insanity
saturated the clothing of three beds with
coal oil, and set fire to them, locking her
self in the room and getting into one ot
the burning beds. Her husband carried
her out through a window but her body
was burned to a crisp.
She recovered consciousness during the
day and said she was tired of life and
wanted to die. She expired about 2 o'docjr
BLSSELL DENIES IT.
Say-M He Wax Not Offered a Supreme
Buzzard's Bay, Mass.. Aug.31. Ex-Postmaster
General Blssell, who is spending a
few days with hla family at Marlon, was
seen yesterday while he was on bis
way to Oray Gables to call on the President
and Mrs. Cleveland.
In referring to the published statements
from Buffalo thaj. the President had offered
him the vacantposition on the Supreme
Cort bench, Mr. Blssell said that there was
nothing whatever in the report
DEATHS OF A DAY".
St Joseph, Aug. 31. Charles B. Frame,
president of the State National Bank of
this city, and one of the most prominent fi
nanciers In the State, died suddenly
of heart disease. He was fifty-five years
old. He leaves a widow and two children,
who will inherit one of the richest estates
on the Platte purchase.
San Biego, Cal., Aug. 31. Br. Edwart
Scott died at the Hotel Bel Coro
nado. He arrived here three months age
in care ot his father and mother, and wa
suffering from consumption. He was
twenty-eight years ot age, and has been
assistant physician in one ottheNew York
St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 31. Louis Winicb,
publisher ot Ble Lanterne, and one of the
best known German poets and Journalists
in this country, died at his residence here
yesterday, aged fifty-four years Mr.
WUllch was also editor of Die Kregeri Zel
tung.theorganoftheAmericaaKriegerbund, Ills death was caused by a caibuucle
Raleigh. N. C, Aug. 31. Judge Coke,
Secretary of State of North Carolina, died
here yesterday, aged fifty-four years .
Chicago. Aug. 31. Judge C. M. Thomas
of Beadnood. S B , who was elevated to
the bench ot the First district ot South
Dakota by President Cleveland In 1877,
died here at 2 159 Prairie avenucot Bright'
TUG LION'S LOVE.
A CuiteWlierPtlieKliisor lleilMH Died
of a Broken Heurt.
The drummers were sitting in the lobby
of the "X" house one Sunday afternoon,
when one of them arose, and carefully ex
amined an etching hanging on the wall, says
the Philadelphia Times. It was entitled
"The Lion's Bride," and represented a huga
lion in a cage, with one paw upon the
prostrate form or a young woman.
"I wonder what legend is depicted in
that etching." he raid, turning to his col
leagues for Information.
"Oh, that's one of the early Christians
thrown as a martyr before a wild animal,"
said a man from Osbkosh.
"Absurd!" cried a man from Wilkesbarre.
"It represents Queen Theodora, trho led
a lion about Just as though it were a lap
dog." "You are all wrong," chimed In a man
young lady was a professional lion-tamer,
and Bruno, bisleo nine majesty in the picture,
her special pet She would go Into his
cage and coin erse with him and pet him by
the hour. One day the girl fell in love with
another being, this time one of our owe
Irresistible sex, and, as you may suppose,
had some money and promised to take in
washing In case of necessity, so that the
man felt no fear of the future.
"On tho day of the wedding she went
into the lion's cage to say good-bye to her
protege. The lion bad noticed with In
creasing Jealousy that her attentions were
diverted from him and had made up his
leonine mind that If he couldn't have, her
all to hlmseir, no one could. When she
went In to him, he sprang at her, and with
one blow or his powerrul paw, he killed her.
She has since been known in history as
'The Lion's Bride.' "
"Where did that happen?" asked the
drummer from Osbkosh.
"I know of a similar case that occurred
in Oekaloosa. You may remember Frank
Blank traveled with quite a menagerie,
which he used in his sensational plays.
There was a big lion In the cast, which was
exhibited during the day in the show win
dow ot n clothing Etoro. His majesty
would lie In his cage ami ogle the passers
by. One day a young lady passed of such
fascinating b-auty that his majesty was
touched. She was a colored lady, and must
hae reEembled some one whom the lion
had met in his native Jungle. He leapeu
and bound-d against the cage with every
manifestation of Joy, and when the colored
lady entered the store and asked permis
sion to pat the lion on the back, the animal
became frantic. The animal was plainly,
unmistakably In Vive.
"That night, I think, they were playing
'SI Slardo.' The Hon, right in the midst
of bis act. espied his inamorata In the
audience, third row In the top gallery. At
her side sat her betrothed, a gentleman as
black as the aco of spades. At this har
rowing spectacle the lion gave one mighty
roar, beat his head against the bars ot
the cage and expired. Mr Blank said the
animal had been poisoned by eating stale
meat, but I know better. The lion died
of disappointed love."