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THB EVENING TIMES. THTTBSDAT, SEPTEMBER 5, 1895.
One Cent $
Ho advertisement lass than 10s.
ro advertisement less than 10.
Jo advertteameat las taaa i 0
No advertisement less than 10
Nosdvertlseniaatess tbaa 10
ta advertisement less than 10.
rToadvsrtlsemsat litkaa 10.
WANTED-A good Improved Mary
land rami; about $5,000. FARMER,
tbis office. si-5-3 1
WANTED-Excavators: a good Job
lo leu Apply 210 12tliRt.se. It
WANTED-Outside show case. THE
UAUufc MAN, No. G18 U St. w.
WANTED-A quantity of second band
lumber In good condltiou; also door
and window frames; must be cheap for
cash. Address W. O. A., 313 Q it. uw.
WANTED-A druggist prercrlpUoQ
case; rccond band Address QUININE,
Alox.inrlrin. V e4-3t
WANTED-To buy horse and wagon.
SUliaOiC lor uuuer iuuic. .uum
W. E B . Ibis office. rc4-3t
WANTED-To purchase two rood sec
ond band coal caru; must becbeapand
Id Rood order. Address II. Z.. tbis office.
WANTED-Astoreln n w.,witb baker's
oven. Aildresa M.. Uils office. se4 3t
WANTED-Dining room and kitchen In
liouso with some boarders. Address
CATEREK, this office. te3-3t
WANTED-To buy pool tables cheap.
Addrga i;. 1'. 0.. this office. ge2 8t
WantedTry Rubber Root" Paint.
VK STOP ALL LEAKS FREH.
And chargo only for painting- worksaarantesl
HAT. nUHULlC HOOF PALM CO, lttg 8th
WANTED-T" exchange a fine gold
watch for coal and wood. Address
JEWELER, this office. . sc5-3t
WANTED-Smith A Wesson revolver
in echangefor Rem Uictnn rifle, twenty
two caliber. REMINGTON, thisofflce.
ROBERT L. PAYNE, practical
paper hanger. Highlands, P. O. ad-
drew. Hlailc-nsniirg, n. sew oi
COME tr our llrsl-cljss meals, table
board or send out meals at reasonable
prices; week or month. 715 11th Rl nw.
WE don't care to do "cheap" "slop
pruning, end most everybody Knows
ll and tliey know we don't care who knows
It. Prices right M. W. MOORE. Gen.
Mun , Law Reporter Company, CIS nth
St. uw. au22
JTJST ."i.CElVED Fine lot young Ca
bas pEirts, guaranteed to talk; also
monkejs, ca. arics, mocking binls. gold
flob, dogs, Di fancy pigeons. SCHMID'S,
712 12lh it in. branch 1221 Pa. ava
MONEY TO LOAN.
Money Wanted and to
Loan. We will loan )Tou
money at 5 and 6 per cent on
improved or unimproved D.
C. real estate or to persons
contemplating building. No
delar where the security of
fered is good.
T. O. ANDERSON & CO ,
907 O faucet Northwest.
MONEY to loan on real estate in the
District, at lowest rates of irtereat.
No delay. IIERRON & NIXON, 1301 F SL
H. TC. FULTON'S Loan Ofrice. 1218
la ave uw. Established In 1870
Money loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew
elry, silverware, etc (Special bargains lo
watches. Jewelry, and slltirware. au20-6m
NO CORrSiISSION-5100,000 to
loan in tn.aU turns on ii nallihcnt plan,
(t less tluvi 6 per ceut J. T. H. HALL,"
721 lrili si uw , Agent Granite Blato
Provident Association. tf
"MONEY 'o loan on bonds, stocks, tiusts,
loan association ccitiflcates, and old
line life iusuiaucc policies; no delay.
YDRKE8 & BAKER,
40 to 40 lletelott Bldg
MONEX TO LOAN-In large sums,
or as low as $l,uuu,at 5 mid G per
cent, on I). C. real estate; also $250, $500,
$750, etc., at G per ccut..WM. H. SAUN
DERS & CO , 1407 F St. nw. tf
MONEY to loan at 0 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 ISM
east ale lons made with promptness at cur
rent rates THE McLACHLEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, ces
ser 101b and O streets nw. xattl
TATIO1 CORNER OS) &IXTH AND n
r "'ct lime 2"f I?1t
Jn A V PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED-ruR.
rnou ilcerlcg- Dlninc. SmoVIne, and Obser
vation Cftrs llarrisburg to Chicago, Clncin
ami, Indianapolis, M. Loal. Cleveland, and
J o.euo. liuOt Parlor Car to Uarrlsburg.
JW0A -M. rAsl' LINE. Pullman Buffet Far.
lor Car to HarrlsburK Parlor ana Dlslaf
Lars, Uarrlsbure toPlttsbure.
I ( P. JI C11ICAUU ANDST. LOUIS SXTRE3S.
1 ulluiau llutlxt Parlor Car to Uarrlsbure.
fcleei ine and DLnlut; Cars, llarrlsburg toil.
Lruis, Cincinnati, Louisville, and Chicago.
UC P. Ji WtMLKN KXpKKSs I'uUmaa
Sleeping Car to Chicago, and Harrlsbarg t
Cleveland Dining Car to Chicaga
SJIP.M bOOlil-WtSlLRN EXPRESS, Pan,
man Meeplng and Dining Cars to Si Louis,
and bleeping Car llarrtoDurg to Cincinnati
MO 1'. V PAL'U 1C EXl'Uhbb Pullraaa bleep,
ing Car to Pittsburg.
Iff A M for Kane, lanandalgua, Rochester
and Niagara Falls dally, except Sunday.
20.20 A M. lor hlmira and ltenora, dally, except
Sunday Per tt llliarnsport dally, 3 40 P. al
SJIP. -M for illlamsport. Rochester, CuBalo,
and NIarara lalls daily, except Saturday,
vrilb sleeping car Washington to Suspension
Uridge via BuHala
Xf-iO P. .M. lor trie, Cannndaigus, Rochester,
Buffalo, nnd Niagara Falls dally; slsepinf
car tt ashlngton to Umlra.
yr r 1 lilicucip.ua. Nel orS, nnd the tint.
II P. M -CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED,- all
Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Baltl.
mere, for New lort daily, for Philadelphia
iteck-days. NRegular at SO (Dining Car),
;xv, 9 00. 10 OO (Dining Car), and 11-00 (Din.
lsCar) n m., 12.15. 3 15, 4a, 6 0, 10-00, and
31 Up in On Sunday. 7:03 (Dining Car),
'.SO, !H. 11 03 (Dining Car) a. m., 12-15, 3 15,
i. fc-lU, 10 00. nnd 11 35 p. in. For Phila
delphia ouly. Fast Express 7:53 a. m. week
days Rxpress, 2M and60p ra dally.
yti Boston, without change, T5J a. m. wosk
days, and 313pm dally.
cr Baltimore, C3. 73)3, 3B, :3a. MO,
10 00, 10 , J1SJ. and lWa m., 12:15,
tl, 3 15, J 40, (4:00 Limited), 4'A 4JS, 5.40,
ISO. C40, 710, 10-00, 10 40, 11-15, and 1135
P in. On Sunday, 7m, 720, 8.03. -0O,
IC.SO, HOT a. nx, lx.15. 1-15, 1-01, 3J5,3-tl) (11J
Llmltfld), i!0, 8 40, 6-U5, 6 40, 7 10, 10M, U U,
and 11.35 p m.
Jti Pope a Creek Line. 720 a. m. and 4SUp m.
daily, except Sunday
fa Annapolis, 70 and 9-03 a. m., 12:13 and I II
p. in. dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9 11
J m. and 40 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Richmond,
ackbonvlllo. and Tampa, 4:30 a. m., tJSO p ra.
aally Richmond and Atlanta, 8-40 p. m. dally.
IHclimond only, 10-J7 a. m. week days.
Accommodation for Quantlco, 7HS a. m. dally,
and 4:23 p m. weekdays.
Jtr Alexandria 4 .SO, 635, 7:45, 8.-40, Ws, 10:37
:i0 a. m , li0, I 40. 3i,4ii, BM, B27. 6 U
I JO, 10.10, and 11.39 p m. On Sunday at LTO,
T 45. -4j a. m., 2-43. t.15, BUS, and 10U0 p. ra,
bare Alexandria for Washington, 0:05, 8-43,7.-01,
8.00,9-10. 10-15, 104S a. m., 1:00, 2:15, 8S0. ita.
t.-CO, IJS0 CIS, 7M, 7d0, V-.10, 10.52, and Uttn.
m. On Sunday at G-43, 9:10, 1023 a. m.,tll,
liO, 7M, 7S0, W0, and 10-1 p. ra.
frr Atlantic CKy, 9:00 (Saturdays only), 10SD,
1L00 a. m. week days, UM and 11.U p. m,
fcr Capo May, 30.00 a. m., (Saturdays only),
12.15 p. m. week days, and MM p. m. dally.
Ticket odoea, northeast oaraat of ntlnrrsw
aad PonnsylTaala Arenue, and at the statloa
Hatli and B Streets, whan orders eaa be laft tat
aaa checking of baggafs to deatlaatloa froat
kstels and rstldencea
aVS- PRKVOST, J.R. WOOD.
WANTED-I'' expertenced soap
canvassers. Apply No. 408 Florida
ave. nw. teB-7t
WANTED-A Rood white biy, ced 15
to 17. Call between 8 and 12 o'clock.
TO. BBODT, 419 11th SL uw". ' It
lO reliable men; rustlers, little capital re-quirnI;llbcrallDduceroi-nt6offereil.6oine
thins now. Shop In alley between M nnd
N.Y.ava.,4th andCthnw. TY.HOWARIJ.
WANTED-Four experienced wnilers
Apply at B30 Pa. ave. uw. It
WANTED-Young man in grocery
store who understands meat cutllinc.
Call al 479 1-2 Md ave. sw. It
WANTED-A-man with cood reference
to taki charge of truck farm and apple
orchard; Rood placo for the winter. Apply
after Cp m . 212 E st. ne. se5-3t
WANTED-A first-class salesman;
references required. KIB-MEUUUCO.,
437 11th st. nw. It"
WANTED-Dawson .the printer, wants
boy to reed Job press; must have expe
rlence. 807 Sin st. nw. It
W ANTED Six cement finishers at
vuce. LAFAYETTE SQUARE OPERA
JEWELER Young man preferred.
Apply at t HAS. FUCHB', 1000 F st.
nw. se4 2t
WANTED-A roan Tor jrcoeral help
Apply HOTEL HANNOVER. se4-3t
"WANTED Good, all around black
smith: only sober man need apply.
BPR1NOMAN. 93B D St. uw. se4-2t.iu&e
WANTED-MenofBOodaddress to take
onlers Tor a dally necessity from con
sumers; local and on the road. Call on
malinger. lllBPa.avc.se. se3 3t
WANTED Iour energetic gentlemen
to canvass Industrial Insurance; bring
reference; experience not necessary. Wit
A. BENNETT. Gen. BupL, 005 F st. uw.
"WANTED Experienced sales ladies
lor the sale of dry goods, ladles' wear,
etc. EAQLEMFG. CO., 920 7thst.nw. It
"WANTED A competent jrlrl for cen-
eral housework Apply before 9.30
o'clock this mornins. 60 N" st. nw. sc4-2t
WANTED A neat, active younjr lady
uot over 23, to aeslst with cooklnK and
attend lunch table; not afraid of work.
Call nftr2 p. mr, wltttTef., 431 O St. iiw.
"WANTED A young white or colored
Kirl to wash dishes for her board. 1IIN
INO ROOM, this office. It
WANTlS)-A wliiti wctnuree wanted
to board a 4-montlis-old baby boy;
muet 1k iierfectly bealtby and Kie Kood
relerenece: will jiay $12 mouth. MR8. S.
L. SMITH, caro this office. seO 2t
WANTBD-An exiierienccd saleslady
wanted; BoodEituatiou. references Ap
ply 733 7th EU nw. It
WANTED Good colored cook; also
good colored nurse Kirl 1001 G 61.
"W.VTJTED YouugB'rlasnurse Apply
1222 I st. nw. It
"WANTED Eight young ladits for tho
T singe; .good salary; expenses paid.
Address MUSEUM. Ibis office. It
WANTED-A cooiileiit girl for gen
eral housework. Apply before 9 30
o'clock to morrow morning. 65 N st-nw.
"WANTED By a smnll famllj, good
i bite girl for general houses ork. 219
R St. n. e Ecklngton. te4-3t
WANTED-Colored girl to do light
housework; permanent position, sel-lt
WANTED-A settled woman to cool"
and do i;eiicral housework; smaUfamUy
no washing or ironing. Address, with
reference. H. M. IV.. this office se4 2t
W ANTED-Bw eeiH-r al Pierce fcchool,
cor. 14ih and G sis ne. sc4-2t
WANTED-German girl for general
housework by a small family. 3G5
Pa. ave. . se3-3t
HELP WAJfXED MALE A5D
ALL' kinds of help furnished free of
cnarge, in or out of tl cit, by MR8.
L C. MOORE. 300 Get.nw. SC5 3t
"WANTED A teacher of English lan
guage; two hours' lesson eery day.
Call at 71G 12tbst.nw. se5 3t
WANTED Pupils in acllrg and stage
dancing; terms low. WALTER STET
SON. this Office. It
WANTED-Home Protective Agency
has places for help every da with
good references. All capacities. 516 9th
St. n. w. se4-lmo
"WANTED Three colored cooks, two
while cooks, four general housework
era, one baby's nurse, two German girls,
white; three white waiters, with ref.
G10 11th st nw. se4-3t.m&e
WANTED-Ordinary life insurance so
licitors; highest terms given. Apply to
BAY STATE BKNEFlClARV AbSUOIA-
TION, 1324 F St. ntr., 9 to 1 1 a. m. ec4-4t
ALL kinds of help furnished free of
charge, in or out of the city, by
MRS. L. C. MOORE, 306 G St. nw. se2-3t
"WANTED Smith Pieruiar Type
writer operators and stenographers
directed to positions. Operators de
siring to familiarize themselves with new
No. 2 Smith Premier Typewriter call
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
CO . No 1416 F st. nw. Jy31-tf
BITTJAIIONS WAWTKI MALB.
BOOKKEEPER Thoroughly com
petent, double entry bookkeeper of ex
perience and abilit , with unsurpassed ref
erence from last employer, seeks immediate
engagement; accurateaccountant, good pen
man; neat typo writer, etc. im estimation so
licited. Address ACCOUNTANT, this of
fice. ce5 3t
FIRST-CLASS restaurant waiter;
can shuck osters; ref. If required.
Address J. L.T.. this office. se5-2t
WANTED-By reliable while cook
place in refined family. Address A.
R. this office. It
WANTED-A povltlou as player for
dancing school; 3 years' experience.
Address M.W. thisofflce. se5-3t
WANTED-A situation as cook or
porter In ttorc. Address STILLE, 331
M st. sw. It
WANTED Position as head waiter la
hotel or butler in private family. Ad
dress 733 11 lb nw. se4-3t
WANTED-Position as waiter, by
young man;bestrecommendations. Ad
dress T. C. O., this office. se4-3t
WANTED Situation by first-class bar
tender; eight 3 ears' experience In this
city. Address "BAR," tills off lee. se4-3t
WANTEDYoungnian wants position
as clerk in a grocery store: can cut meat
and come n ell recommended. Address H.
W. A., box 22. Bllgo. Md se4-3t
WANTED Situation as office clerk
or collector; moderate wages. Ad
dress CLERK, tbis office. au29-10t
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED-rosiUon as housekeeper,
by a young white woman; widower
with one or two children preferred. Ad
dress WIDOWER, this office. se5-2t
"WANTED A situation by a nlco white
girl; no washing or Ironing; city ref
erence; small family Address A.Z. A., this
WANTED-By genteel colored woman,
place to do general housework or cham
ber work. Address 1647 K st. nw. se4-3t
WANTED Washing and ironing to do
at home, or work out by the day. Ad
lresa 35 Fenlon st. ne. ' se4-3t
WANTED-Lady wants sewing in pri
vate family; best ot rets. Address
"CARU" tnUotHe. ae4-3t
WANTED WBito lady -would like a
place to take care ol a baby and do
plain aowtm. 1307 7th at. nw.' se3-3t
"WANTED A boose In the north west,
Iura!aneacomplete, for a. few mouth;
rent not to exceed $35 per montn. Address
T. X.. UUsofflca.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Fur. rooms on tbe 3d
floor: communicating; also 2 ball
rooms 1413 N tt. nw. te4-3t
FOB RENT Rooms of every dercrlp
tlon; list furnished free. THE ENTER
PRISE AGENCY. 419 K StvTiw.
TWO nicely fur. Sd-floor front rooms;
with or without board 225 A tt. i:e.
FOBRENT- 112112thst Fur.rooms;
private family. se4-3t
VOS. RENT At No. 220 E St. nw.,
three third floor rooms, with bath
same floor. se3-3t
FOB RENT No. 714 D St. sw., double
parlors, suitable for dentist or doctor;
gas and beat; $20. se3-3t
FOR RENT Handsome rosewood fur
nished room for rent cheap. 722 11th
st. nw. sc3-7t
FOR RENT Large, elegantly fur
nished rooms, with board; splendid lo
cation; table board a specialty. 1104 12th
st. nw.; terms reasonable. Sc3-3t
FOR RENT Four rooms, first, ec
ond and third floors; two communlcat.
Ing on second floor; beat and gas; near all
railroad cars. 302 Indiana ave. se3-3t
FOR RENT Mcel j -f ur. apartments.
or unrur.; very cheap; for housekeeping.
Inquire 2.108 14th st , drug store, call
before 2 p. in. sel -7
FOR RENT Second story, south front
fur. rooms lor gentlemen, $5 and $10.
1003 O St. uw. sel-7t
TO RENT Large. ool, fur. rooms.
112'.) 1 1th Ft. mv.; call before 10 o'clock
a ni.. or 3 and 6 p. m aug31-7t
FOR RENT Light housekeeping, two
rooms, iront and back, first floor, fur.
complete; cooking utensils, dishes, gaal
bath, refrigerator, and sewing machine;
$15 per month. Also two rooms, second
floor, fur. same manner; $12. 301 10th
St. sw.. near Smithsonian se3-3t
eXS Gth st. nw near Pension and Post
offices, small furnished room, with
board; $20. 2-3t
FOR RENT Three rooms 011 second
floor, lur. for light housekeeping, and
one room on third floor. Apply 2106 O
st nw. se4-3t
FOK RENT Mt. Pleasant 1 170 Ken
cmw .ne, one or two rooms; with or
without board; fur. or unfur. se3 7t
FOR RENT Unfur, rooms for light
housekeeping! low rent. Apply 1159
81 h st. nw. se2 3t
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, suit
able for light houEckeeplng; conve
nient to G. P. O.: $13. No. 8 F et. nw,
FOR LEASE OR RENT-1433 R.
I. .-n e 1 1 rooms; large ard; alf o 1901
Harewood ave, Lo Droit Tark; corner
'house oppoflte: asphalt circle andstreet; 11
rooms WM. BIRNEY. 458 La. ave.
FOR RENT Store room, 218 101b
St. nw.: 2tl rtory.wnu eieiaioi.
FOR RENT Fur. or unfur front or
back iiarlor: also 3 unfur. rooms on 2d
floor for Ugbt housekeeping; modern con-
venlenccs Apiily 1002 Ott.nw. tc5-3t
FOR RENT " unfur. front rooms;
ballroom adjoining; lieat and gas;
$10. In advance 902 O tt. mv. c5j:t
FOR RENT Fiat 4 unfur. rooms;
balb, gas, heat: low rent. 615 P rt
FOR RENT Large well fur. rooms,
cool and comfortable; In the business
center: convenient to all car lines; gentle
men only. Apply 2d floor 1231 E st. nw.
FOR RENT Unfur Entire 2d floor;
3 cool rooms, 2 clorets, tatb, gas, and
heat: halt a block from cable cars; light
housekeeping. OWNER. 629 T rt. nw.
FOR RENT Two unfur. rooms, rea
sonable. 1637 Marlon si nw, sc4 2t
FOR RENT On 1st floor, by Sept. 15,
flat of 4 rooms, with bathroom; all
modern impnuements; satiable for house
keeping; convenient and ple-asant locaUty
on Franklin l'ark. auinuu. po-ji
TWO beautifully furnished rooms for
rent; for single men or housekeeping; aU
modern imnrovements. HARRISON. 1439
C st. sw. seB 3t
FOR RENT Three rooms on second
floor; nicely furnished; suitable for
light housekeeping; rent reasonable, good
location 2106 G Et. nw. se2-3t
FOR RENT 2d floor, 3 rooms; heat
gas and bam; convenient 10 e-ie-uinu auu
other cars; light housekeeping; $12. 312
WAHTED-A small clean roum and
plain home board for about $4 per
week. Address WORKINGMAN care
this office It
WANTED-A large front rooni with
board, suitable for manand wifeortwo
gents, in private family; $9 per week for
two persons. 424 5th st. ne. se5-3t
fV ANTED To rent a fur. room in
good, central locality; willing to board
persons for rent. Apply Mrs. Z WHITE,
General Delivery. sei-3t
WANTED-2 or 3 unfur. rectus, near
Pa ave ; state price and location; must
be reasonable. Addrers URN, this office.
WANTBD-3 or 4 unfur. rooms for
light housekeeping; permanent if suited.
Address PERMANENT, this office. S2-3t
WANTED Rni and board perma
nently tor lady and chUd of tea;
must be reasonable. R. H. H., tbis office.
FOB RENT 30-acre farm, very rfcb
land; finest location; extra cool water;
moderate rent. Apply to owner, Mrs. ISA
BELLA HAGAN, Central ave., Bennlng,
P. a e3-7t
"WANTED A gentleman to room and
board la a strictly private family-,
convenient to all car lines; jrefereace.
911 S at. aw. actrSt
A J The Times does not cjajin a larger circulation than mS
all the other dailies in the cil)fof Washington combined 7
y 'twould be as ridiculous as-, it would be false. No such giasT
mrj palpable deception is used to influence advertisers. But (ff
fi The Times does claim and swears to the largest circula-
T tion of any Washington newspaper. A.'y
The Times has no false colors nailed to its masthead. r
the greatest exponent of psychometric
science now in America; she tells the
name, age, occupation, Ac., of ber taller;
also the name, age,' occupation, disposi
tion, nationality, and financial st,iuc
of your future husband or wire and Gate
ot marriage; she tells the outcome of
any case of love, marriage, divorce, spec
ulation, lawsuit, or busluess cnlure; in
short, your past, present, or future life
to her is au open book; she tells you
eery hope and h of jour life ns plain
ly and as easily as if she had always
kuawu you and bow to atconiplbh jour
de.-lres in either tatc; if your friend or
loer is false she tan tell you why, when,
ami where, nnd how to bring them lack
mid keep them; advice on speculations.
Iiu-luess, love, marriage, divorce, lawsuits;
domestic troubles, una all .mans ot life
by a higher than human imwcr; the Egyp
tian charm given free 011 teturity for bO
days, for lovers' troubles, family dis
turbances, nnd financial success: hours,
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ave. " It
FRISTTING 1.000 business cards,
$1.50; 5,000 lags, $3 95; 10,000
manlla cards. $7 SO. 1110 0th st. nw. It
MME. BROOKE fllsall t;mcents
ot lite; all business confldantiil, ladies
and gentlemen. CO cents each; hours n a.
in. to 9 p. itu. 605 New York a ei.uo
northwest, near 81xth street. uu27-I4t
LADIES needing confidential treat
ment. A safe and sure relief in all
female trouble. Constipation, irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula,
etc. separate looms fo- patimls before
and during confinement, and find hornet
for Infants if required. Strictly confiden
tial. MUS.11R RENNER. 16 Fourth st. na.
near E. Capitol at. Washington, D. C
EGYPTIAN Gypsy Beventh daugh
ter or the seventh generation: she can
tko off spells and cause to marry, as well
as tell jou the past and future: persons call
nc nl the lent next to railroad, will ask for
Take Ecklngton and Boldlers' Home
THE attention of'the public is called to
Dr. 8. II. L'cckwllirs Theriuo-Ozone
Battery, the greatest dlneovt-ry ever mads
liiiiiedlcntplectncity for convej Ing oxygen,
ozone and medicine direct to the diseased
part. Reconimcialed by 8,000 phjsicinns.
Call and lntestlgale. Consultation free.
Rooms Nos. 4 aid 6, 707 G L, opposite
Patent Office. c3 2t
Martin Lawrence, the great character
readerand princeof clalrvojants. Located
j at 220 C st.nw.; Do you know what Others
I think of you? Do you know your own
adaptabilities or po&ibllltlcs: Are your
present circumstances unsatisfactory or
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J. T. WALKER SONS. 204 lOtti at. nw .
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489 H St.. bet. 4 1-2 and 6tb st sw.
MME. ESTELtE tells nil the evens
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cures all cases of running or dry sores.
913 19th st. nw. ' ' " au30-lm
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nw. "a ' sc-5-lmo -
MME. PERRTJ1-Scientific palm
istry; truest destlnj, reader of the age;
events ot past and 'future reealcd with
wonderful accuracyiilipnrs 10 to 9. 515
10th st. nw . bet E.aod E. sel-7t
DR. TAxXOB";9 F st.nw., makes
full seta ot teethtfnr $5; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling. $1; amalgam. 50c. sel tt
SPiRITUALISlVt-Mrs. E. McNeil,
clairvoyant aud business medium. Pri
vate slttlngsdally; business examinations
a specialty. 1914 Fas ave, au30-7t
AERIAL navigation wiU never be
come an established fact until yon call
orf us and get one ot those fine custom mad
nits, the least bit worn, at a figure never
before tboughtot. JUSTH'S OLD STAND,
619 D st. n. w.
SOC cash. 25c weekly. Rogers plated
ware, lace curtains, portieres, rugs,
lamps, clocks, table- linen, etc. Open
evenings. Call .and gee us or drop us a
postal; will call with samples. NORTH
EA8T CREDIT HOUSE, 1210 H St. n. e.
JOHNSON HOUSE. Colonial Beach,
on water front; -terms reasonable: spe
cial rates to parties. (Address MRS.O. E
JOHNSON. ; ,, se3-7t
SUMMER Boarders. Raleigh win be
; open asm October 1. Plenty of oys
teta ad crabs. B. L. BALEIOH. Rkbre.
lid. i-, SBS7-Mt
FOR SALE Horse, Dayton and har
ness, $00; drop postal, will call and
bow some. 308 4 1-2 sL n. w. se4-3t .
FOR SALE The handsome toablu the
city.- 1 pair bar horses welshing 2.900
lbs . the finest of the kind ever seen here. J
At, ntanion auey, Between & ana L, lain
and 14th sts. se4-3t
FOR SALE Cheap, a small grocery
jnd confectionery score, near school.
Inquire at 609 I St. n. e, se4-3t
FuR MALE Cheap, cornor grocery and
meat store in southwest, doing good
biRiness; owner deals out rent. Apply
D1U La. ave. n. w. se4-st
FOR SALE A litter of 8kye puppies
.'or sale cheap. Inquire at 1009 P st.
n. w. se4-5t
FOR SALE Fine stylish black pony,
$50; sorrel horse, $26; phaeton, $25;
no top wagon, $16; bicycle, $40. 1328 H
n. e. se4-3t
FOR SALE 1-norae platform cirtered
spring-wagon, good as new, $65; suit
able for grocery or oyster business. feUE
and K sts. u. w. se4-6t
FOR S ALE Saloon, 7-5 7lh St. u. w.
FOR SALE Thecontentsiita 10-room
house, consisting of, several bedroom
suites, wardrobes, dining ro.uu exteiuiou
table, chairs, buffet, small center tables,
several odd cbalrs. rockers, very fine set
of parlor furniture, antique tables, andirons,
kitchen utensils, etc.; will be sold as a
w hole or by Ihe piece, and at a sacrifice
for cash Apply at mice, 1104 LU nw.
FOR SALE One Parker bammerlcss
shotgun; good as new; two sets of Lar
rels; cost $125; wlU sell for halt the
cost. Address SHOTGUN, this office.
FOR SALE-Ki 10 room brick, on L
6t. ne., concnlent to Go. Printing Of
fice; easiest kind or terms, price, $3,SD0;
worth $5,000; why pay rent? Addrces
BARGAIN, this office. au31-7t
FOR SALE-Tne finest and most com
plete MiUh'g yacht on the rher; 36
feet ou wuler line; 45 feet ocrull; 11-foot
beam; 3-fool draught; large roomy cabin;
sleeping quarters lor 6 reroons; sails, rig
ging all new; eerythlng In perfect condi
tion; yacht now ready f or cruning; fullout
flt for camping; will be told at a sacri
fice to immtdiate purchaser. Apply R. J.
MARSHALL. 511 11th st. nw. sep2-tf
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE $100 for $C0. $100
equity lu choice lot at Del Ray or Wood
mont for $30 It sold this week. Property
ndvaneing rapidly. Transportation fa
clllilos unsurpassed. 1310 I st. nw. It
I f ixi oj.ijii, - wii juurciiv iipiivvry
ble, E St. bet. 6th and 7th. Price, $30,
FOR SALB-Al Bon Ton Stables. 321
3d st. se., a young saddle and harness
gelding; also a toppy half-blood hackney
fUly; good driver. ttS it cod
FOR SALE A dark roan horse, 6 years
old, sound and gentle; -a-eigul 1,230.
Inquire at 1023 4th st. ne se4-3t
FOR SALE Side-bar buggy, cheap.
340 8thst.se. se4 2t
FOR SALE Nlco mare; works In an
harness. $45; also Rogers pole; two
showcases. 624 K st. nw. seJ.i-
FOR SALE A iuc-j 1111I0 pajui u
tel with 30 boarders; bandsomel loca
ted. Room 5. 472 La. ave. ee2 3t
FOR SALE-30 acre farm; crops and
fruit; good house and barn; 3 minutes'
walk from Lorton Ptation; 20 mi'es from
-, k n 'nn i..vi o - f. ppr-fi
v o-. re uari.e,vrf .,..1 ..,.,. ,., ,jii.
Audreys 11. D., this bnioe. aulb-7t
FOR SALE Barroom for sale; 5260
cash. Address "WEEK," this orflce.
FOR SALE Corner lot In East Dean
wood. $85 Apply 942 R st. nw. sel-7
FOR RENT HOUSES.
no. 1309 14th Et. nw., lore.
No. 1311 14th st. nw., 10 rs.
No. 1201 Rhode Island ave. nw.,6rs.
No. 1203 RtiodcIsIandave.nw.,6rt.
No. 1203 Q st. uw., 10 re.
No. 1207 Q st.nw., lOrf.
No. 1602 Vermont ave nw., 10 rs.
Above bouees are in elegant repair and
baVc the latest ranltary plumbing.
A. HElTMUELLEIt .c CO .
.- , i.CA-,1, a. - - - ., c
rooms, largi yard; irsur in ut.i,eu
and wutor closet; desirable uelghborliood;
only $15.30; bouso open for Inspection.
FOR RENT $25.40 3205 O et. nw.,
H rooms; a, 111. L; key with B. W. Crounso,
3209 M st.nw. so4-3t
FOR RENT A houso with 8 largo and
5 small rooms, for $30 per month la
advance; No. 711 Mass. ave. ue. In
quire at 709 te. 3t
FOR RENT 006 8d St., 10-room bay
window bouio, m. L; also 9 room house,
m. L; corner 4th and F, opp. Pension
office, gey 614 8d st. nw. se4-8t
FOR RENT $20.50 625 L street
northeast, 10 rooms and bath; two
blocks front H street cable; will rent to
two small families. Inquire at 621 L st
ne. J ang31-7t
FOR RENT Large bouse; all m. 1.,
with large and small rooms; fur. or
unfur.; good board; terms mederate.,
Call 1232 Tenth st. nw. se4-3t
FOR RENT 2803 Q St. Beautiful
9-room bouse; delightfully lecated;
mod. Imps.; excellent order; one of the
most desirable and cheapest houses to be
found. Apply 3010 Dumbarton ave.
4aBO-180 B st. nw.; 14 r . a. at, L
a T. YODER. 61BHstnw.
SBS-OO 14S0 t St. nw.. ar. b.; m k
a T. TODEK. 616 lets.
SlOOr 122 D st. nw,; lo-r. brick; a.
m. a. ,. . xwJJuit.tso Siss. nw.
SSSkSO Sl N- C an, se.; r.
. a-akL; sow.
O. V. TODXS. tU st. aw.
FOR SALE Thriving lunch business;
choice location; rent low; a gnat
bargain at tbe price asked; good el -iu-e
for little money. B M. JONES.'" "i
st. nw. ae6-3t
once! other Uusineaji do ioi ..- 1 ?
without you mean business, AUdrvjs liox
d, this office. s5-L'l
LIYBBY and ralo stables, 10 bsardcra.
S horses, 4 buggies, B carriages ocd
harness, 31! stalls, e.svator and telephone)
hiring receipts, S 1 50.00 per month, riplun
did opportunity; owner has other business.
Address LIVERY CHANCE, this office.
FOR SALE At a great bargain a
corner cigar, news, and stationery store:
excellent location, at junction ot three
car lines; doing a good strictly crun busi
ness; must be sold at once. Address
CIGARS, thisofflce. au31-4Jt
FOUND Lett in the Ad. Writers' Club
room. Times building, on Labor Day,
a black kid glove. Apply at business of
iiOST Strayed away from lC7thst. ne.,
1 .-jije te-ner. Answers to name Jack.
Tt No 2.773. seS-lt
LOaT -nouijirupners suullera. on
Mount Pleasant cur line up to Brown
st. Return to 912 14th st. and receive re
LOST The party who found gold watch
tanging in closet lu National Union
building, F St., will leave same at 1711
New Jersey avenue and get reward.
LOST Lady's gold watch with sliver
fob chain, on Conduit road ltween
Cabin John and Georgetown. Liberal
reward will be paid forluformatiou leading
to Its recovery. Address a. A. B.. this
From t lioFrencU of llonore de Biilzao.
At the time of Gen. Desalx's expedition
Into uppr Egypt, one of bis soldiers, a
Provencal, tell into tbe hands ot some
Arab and was taken by them into the
deserts beyond the cataracts of the Nile.
In ordr to put a tracquilizing distance
between the French army and themselves,
lbs Arabs made a forced march and did
not stop till night. They camped about a
well, hidden among some palms, where
they had previously buried a quantity of
Neter Imagining that tbe thought of
flight could como to their prisoner, they
tied only his Lands, aud, after eating a few
dates and giving barley to the horses, they
all slept. When the hardy provencal saw
his cncniies unconscioas, he drew a sclraeter
to him with his teeth and, fixing the blade
lj3 1 ween bis knees, cut the cord that bound
hla n rists and was free.
He immediately seized a carbine, a dag
ger, some iKwdi.'r and balls, and a small
supply of dates and barley; tlien strapping
ILe scimeter about them, he leaped on a
horsi and spurred It violently toward where
he supposed the French army to be.
He was so impatient to see tbe camp and
he pressed the already wearied animal so
bard that the poor beast sank under him,
his flanks cruelly torn, and expired, leav
ing the Frenchman alone in the desert.
After walking a long time over the sands,
with the courage of an escaping cornier,
the soldier was obliged to bait; twilight was
falling. In spite ot the splendor of the
lieaens at night in the Orient, be could
not go further.
He was so - orn that he threw himself on
a slat of stone and slept there without
takin; tbe smallest precaution for his
safety during the night. His last thought
was a regret to ha-ve left the Arabs, whose
wandering life Eecmed a smiling one to
him now that he was far from them and
He was awakened by the pitiless rays ot
tbe sun, which fell straight on the granite
and made an intolerable beat. The Pro
vencal moved to the shade thrown by tbe
majestic, verdant tufts of tbe palms.
He gazed at these solitary trees and quiv
ered; they recalled to him thcdelicate shafts
of tbe leaf -crowned Saracen columns in the
cathedral at Aries. But after he had
counted tbe palms he threw a glance about
him and the most frightful despair seized
bis souL He saw a boundless ocean. The
'blackish sands of the desert spread in
every direction, as far as the ee could
see, and they shone like a sheet ot steel
struck by a glaring light. He knew not
if it was a sea of glass or ot lakes smooth
Carried In layers, a fiery vapor whirled
above these shifting sands. The sky had
a purity and brightness that was hopeles.
for it left nothing u the imagination. The
earth and sky were afire. Thesilence was
fearful in its savage intensity. Space, the
infinite, weighed upon the soul; not a
breath of air, not a cloud. The horizon
ended, as does the sea In fine weather,
with a line of light as distinct as a sword
The Provencal embraced the trunk ot
one ot tbe palms as though it had been a
friend, aud then, shaded by the slim,
straight shadow that the tree threw on the
granite, he wept, gazing at the merciless
scene before him. He cries out, as though
to tempt the solitude. His loice, lost in
tbe cavities of the eminence, awoke no
echo; the echo was In his heart. The Pro
vencal was twenty-two. He loaded the
carbine. "There is still time," he said,
laying down tbe weapon
The soldier then dreamed of France. He
could feel tbe streams about Pari3; be
could see tbe towns through w Inch he had
passed; the faces ot his comrades; the
smallest events of his life. Soon his imagi
nation let bini see the fllutstones of his
dear Provence in the whirls of heat which.
mid'iUictl aboe the desert. Fearing thi
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FOR ALE Brookiand, 6-room frame
uouse-a-story stable: porch, shade, wa
ter, Iatrobe; lot 25x150. Price, $1,800.
CHAH. BICKEL3, Dover St.. bet. 12th and
laih sts. se8-7t
FOR S ALE Bsautiful press brick, bay
window, 6 rooms, bath, mod. imp.. No.
from cars and herdics; will sell for $2,800;
$150 cash, bal. $8 or $10 per mo; or will
sell for $2,600, $600 cash, bal. remain for
3 years; cost owner $3,750; reason for
seUlng, living In country, need of money.
Address O. W. A., Bennlng, D. C. Key next
door, 83K se3-3t
FOR SALE SUBURBAN.
FOR SALE 600 farms nnd suburban
home for sale near Washington city and
on the Potomac Rfier. Take Secretary
Morton's advice, and-buy one. Very cheap
and on small payments. Call for my new
printed list and map of Washington and it
suburbs for 25 miles around. Given free to
all callers. JAMES E. CLEMENTS. 1821
F ft. nw.. Washington. I). C au29-6t
FOR BENT SUBURBAN.
FOR RENT Seven-room cottage at
Brookiand. with hall, bath, cellar,
attic, range, Iatrobe, hot and cold water;
two squares from electric cars. Inquire
of I. S. HOLLIDGE, Sales A Co. se4-7t
cruel mirage, he went down tbe opposite
slope from which he had ascended, and,
to bis great Joy, found here a sort of grot
to, formed by huge fragments of granite,
at the base of the hill. Tbe remains of
a rug showed that this shelter had been
habited. A few steps away some date
Reviled by. this sight, the Frenchman
struck clown some of tbe ripe fruit from
tbe palms, and the fresh, savorqus flesh
of the date bespoke the care of his prede
cessor. The Provencal passed suddenly
from his deep despair to a wild joy. He
remonnted tbe Incline and spent tbe rest
of the day relllng one of the sterile palms
which had served him as a roof the night
A vague thought had recalled theanlmals
of the desert to hlra, and, fearing they
might come to drink from tbe spring at thu
foot of the rocks, he determined to prcvi-nt
their visits by barricading the cave's open
ing. In spite of bis efforts. In spite of tbe
strength lent him by fear of being de
voured during bis sleep, be could not do
more than fell the palm in one clay. To
wards evening, when this king of the des
ert crashed down, the noise of Its fall re
sounded from afar, and seemed like the
groaning of the solitude. The soldier
stripped the tree or its great green leaves
and laid them, with the rug, where be was
Weary from the heat and the labor, he
soon slept. In the night bis sleep was
troubled by a strange noise; he sat up,
and in the profound silence heard the al
ternating accent of a respiration whose
savage energy would belong to "no human
creature. An awful fear, lucreased by the
darkness, the silence and the sudden
awakening, froze his heart- He aw two
faint, yellow gleams through the obscurity.
At first he fancied these lights some re
flection of his eyeballs; but soon the bright
ness of the nlcht helped him to distinguish
tbe objects in the grotto, and he percefvwj
Was it a Hon, tiger, or crocodile?
The Provincial had not enough learning
to know under which catalogue to class bis
enemy; but his fear was the more intense
because ignorance leel him to imagine 3
combination of the three.
He dared not make the slightest move.
Soon the rays ot the moon, which was
sinking swiftly to the horizon, slanted into
the grotto and feU upon the burnished
spo-ted skin of a panther This Egyptian
lion was sleeping curled up like a big dog
in a comfortable kennel; the eyes, opened
for a minute, had closed again. The ani
mal faced tbe Frenchman. A thousand
confused thoughts crowded Into the pris
oner's soul; first, he wanted to shoot it.
but he saw there was not sufficient space
to aim; the ban would have passed o er the
east. And if he sheuld awake it!
Listening to his heart beau in the si
Jence, he cursed the strong pulsations,
dreading to trouble that sleep which per
mitted him to search some means of es
cape. Twice he laid his hand on thescime
jct to cut his enemy's throat, but the diffi
culty ot cutting through the coarse, thick
hair made him abandon tbis daring project.
To miss would be sure death He chose
the chance of a combat and resolved to
The day was not long In coming The
Frenchman could then examine the tiger;
her muzzle was blood-stained
"She has eaten well," he thought, with
ont speculating as to whether the feast
1 be l li-ipiin "She -won't be hungry
when sho wakes.''
.1 w-s a iciualc. The under fur of her
number of litlic velvety spots made pretty
bracelets about her paws The muscuk.r
tall was equally while and tipped with,
black rings. Her coat, yellow as unpolished
gold and soft and glossy, had those charac
tcrislic shaded spots, rose shaped, which
distinguish the panther from other felines.
This formidable hostess breathed with
a pause as pleasing as a cat sleeping on an
ottoman. Her bloody paws, nervous and
well armed, were spread underherhead A
few straight, stilf whiskers shone like sil
ver threads Had she been In a cage the
provencal would have admired the graco
of the beast and the vigorous contrasts ot
ivid colors which gave her robi an irupe
rlil splendor; bat the presence of the
panther.even asleep, affected him as do the
snake's magnetic ejes the nightingale.
The soldier's courage finally ebbed away
in front ot this danger, whereas he would
doublles have been sublime before a,
belehingcannon. However.a bratc thought
came to his soul and dried the cold sweat
rolling down his brow at Its source.
Continued in to-morrow's Morning Times.)
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