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THE EVENING TIMES. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 10, 18957
One Gent wSr
No advertisement-lees thanlOe.
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ho advertisement less than 10
Ko advertisement less thma 10
Ko advertisement leujhan 10
KosdrertUement less thsa 10s.
Noadvertlsement leei than 10.
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One Gent & :
No advertisement less than 10.
FOR SALE-Salcon 725 7lh st. nil.
WAL'lfcK UOETZINGER. admliitttia-
FOR SALE At a sacrifice; cigar store,
Cus 14in st. nw.; good location, low,
ffANTED-To Uo printing I n exchange
lor coal; mi; work guaranteed. Address
rillNT. this office. It
yy ANTED Immediately, to purchase
n pension claims agency with not less
Uian 2oo or 300 good claims ou lianti,
"Will par potcas.li. Address T. O. ANDER
SON CO.. real estate and business ex
change. 907 G nw. te!0-3t
FOR SALE-Stock and fixtures of
ifi-st-ciass grocery stand in southeast;
rein, u lorwure; S'l'i.'V.o A wrrvn
ince rcasoiianic. jjiijo . j-:y..i:"'
39 F M. uw. selO-Jt-
FOR SALE Very cheap, half interest
in rirst-c-nss barber shop; white. 2d
and F sis. nw. "
COME AND SEE US H Jou want
to buv or tell business plices of any
kind: larfc"e or binall. makes no difference.
We tune pknty of bujers nio are after
bargains T. O. ANDCUSON A CO., Real
Estate and Business Exchange. 907 G st.
mv set) tf-m&e
TVTLL PAT SPOT CASH for
i,salco.i ir it Is a bargain; no agents
dealt with. Address SPOT CASH, this of
FOR SALE A -well stocked grocery
aud provision store; fine locution;
owner retiring- from business Apply at
JAS. F. OYSTER., 9th aud I'a. nve. nw.
FOR SALE-Cheap Horse, wagon and
Uiillc route. Call on or addres' 330G
7t!. "t. nw. scpt9-3t
FOR SALE A good pajiug husl-
m-ss; i heap n sold at once; best leasons
Tor selling. Address FERRY, this otfice.
AN opportunltv is offered toa young man
with a few thousand dollars to get in
with a J oung and growing business that bus.
a cre,it future, and obtain a good paving
position. Address II. M. K., 617 7th st.
NOTICE Those haing houses and lots
for rail, or houses for rent, please read
idvrtl'vim"it sl;ned Sluule" in column
"Wnnfd. Mlnsjlljiieuiis. seC-5t
BY 1)UC.SN H1S0S . AUCTIONEERS.
WASHINGTON AWU GEOKGETOWN
KAU.ICOAII coxvebtibl-e BONUS AND
ON TUES11AY, THE TENTH DAY
OF SCrTl.lIhUK. A 1).. 189.".. at 1 D'clm .
p in., we will sell within the aiitt ion rooms
of DiincunsDii hros., Nlnlh and 1) sinvts,
Wasliington. 1) C. K1.0DU V. & G. it. 1!.
comcrlliile third nmrtgage C per cent,
bonils, MSO of W Jt G. It. II. comerllble
Ti rins Cash
Hi order Hoard of Directors, .
S.-7-9 1H W S. G. ft. R. Co.
3IONKY 1VANTEII AND TO LOAN.
MONEY without limit on city property:
coinuiiss on one per cent READ
MONEY, t his ol flee. el0-3t
SSO.OOO TO LOAN AT 5 PER
CENT on i-vPioed real estate. T O
ANUEKhON & CO., 907 G St. nw.
MONEY lo loan on real estate in the
District, at lowest rates or interest
No delay. UEURON & NIXON. 1304 F sU
a. w. se4-lruo
H. K. FULTON'S lnn Orrice. 1218
l'a ave. nw. Established In 1870
Honey loaned on watches, diamonds, Jew
elry, silverware etc Special bargains in
watches, .'-wclry. and silverware au20-6m
MONEY o loan on bonds, stocKS. trusts,
lean association ceitificates, and old
line Ufa insurance policies; no delay.
YERKES & BAKER.
40 to 46 lletzeloUUiclj
MONEY TO LOAN-ln large sums,
or as low as $l,0UU.at 5 aud 6 per
-cent on D C, real estate; also $2S0,$500.
$750. eto, at 6 per cent WM. H. SAUN
DERS & CO , 1407 F St. nw. tf
MONEY ' loaD at Q and 6 per cent,
on District of Columbia realty: no
celay if secuilty Is satisfactory.
WALTER H. ACKEH. 704 14th nw
HONEY TO LOAN All classes ot real
tsslale loans made with prorapluess at cur
rent rate3. THE McLACULEM REAL
ESTATE AD LOAN COMPANY. oo
atr 10th and G streets nw. instf
FOR HUNT STABLE.
FOR RENT Two story brick stable
in rear or -127 N. Y ae . on wide alley;
Sr. per month scp7-6 1
ITATI03 IU1NEK OI' SIXTH AND B
In Effect N(.ii.9.18fl5.
tO 30 A M:. PENNSYLVANIA LIM-
1 fhl I'ullmau Sleeping, Dining. Smok
ing, and Observation Cars H.irrlsburg to
Chicago. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Ht.
Louis. Cleveland, and Toledo Bufrel
Parlor Car lo llarrlsburg
lO 30 A. 3VI. TAST LINE. Pullman
ltiuiei Parlor Car to Harrisburg Parioi
nnd Diiimg Cars. Harisburg to Pitts-
B40F 31 CHICAGO AND ST LOUIS
EM'Kl'.sn Pullman Uurfel Parlor
Car to Harrlsburg HReping and Dining
Cars. Harisburj lo fct Louis, Cincinnati,
LoliSville. and Chicago
7.T.O P SI Wl'-hTEUN EXPRESS
Pullman bleeping Car to Chicago, and
Harrisburg lo Cleveland Dining Car lo
7 XO I M SOUTHWESTERN EX-Picl-.Ssj
Pullman Sleeping and Dining
cars lo ht Loui, ai.u Bleeping car,
Harrisburg to Cincinnati
10.40 F. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS
lMilmaii Sleeping carlo Pltuburg.
T.SO JKm M: for Kane, t'ai.audaigua,
luici-sur. aid Niugara Falls daily, ex
ci'tit Sui day
1 0.30 A 31- forElmlra and Rerovo,
d.ulj . cicept Sunday For Willianis
pen dailj , 3 40 p ni
l.t O F. SI. for Wlllianisport, Roches
ter. Itafialo. and Niagari Falls daily,
except taturday. with sleeping car Wash
ington to SuiM'usion Bridge via Burralo.
10.40 F 3VI. for Eric, Canal dalgi'a,
Rochester. Ilifralo, and Nlagar.i Falls
dailj . tleeiiiiic car Wasliington to Elmira
For l'lilladelplilii. Now York mid the
a.oo f. m: conoressionallim-
1'iED"' All Parlor Cars, -with Dining
Car from Baltimore, for New York
daily, for Philndeipaid week-das. Regu
lar at 7 05 (Dining Can. 7 20. 9 00,
10.00. (Dluii.g Cart, and 11 GO (Dining
Carin tu . 188.8.131.52. 4.20. 0.40, 10.00,
and 11 35 p m. On Sunday; 7.05
(Dining Can, 7.20. 9 00, 11 to (Dining
Carl a ni ,2.15,3.16, 4.20, 0.40, 10.00,
and 1 1 35 p. ni. For llil'adc!p'.iln only,
Fast EtprcFS 7. B0 a. ill. wcrk-dajs. Ex
press 2.01 ai tlD 40 p. ni. daily.
For Boston, without change, 7.50 a. m.
week-dajs. and 3. IB p. m. dally.
For Ilaltiniore. 0.25, 7.05. 7.20. 7.50. 9.00,
10.00, 10.30, 11.00 and. 11.50 a. m.,
12.15. 2 01, 3.15, C.40 (4.00 Limitcil),
4.2(1. 4t3fi. 5.40, 6.05,0.40, 7.10. 10.00.
10.40. 11.15 and 11.35 p. m. On Sun
day. 7.05, 7.20, 9.00, 9.05, 10.30. 11.00
a.m.. 12.15. 1.15,2.01,3.15. 3.4014 00
Ltniltccil. 4.20, 5.40, 6.05. 6.40. 7.10,
10.00. 10.10 and 11.33 p.m.
For Pope's Creek Line. 7.20 a. m. and 4.36
p. m. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.20, 9.00 a. m., 12.15 and
4.20 p. m. daily, except Sunday. Sun
days, 9.00 a. in. and 4.20 p. ra.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Rich
mond. Jacksonville aud Tampa, 4.30
n. in.. 3.30 p. m. c'ally. Richmond, and
Atlanta, 8. 10 p. ni. daily. Richmond
only. 10.57 a. ni. week-days.
Accommodation for Quautico. 7:45 a. m.
dally, and 4 25 pm. week days.
Tor Alexandria. 4 30. 6.35, 7.45, 8.40,
8.45, 10.57, 11.50 a. ni.: 12.E0. 1.40,
3 20. 4.25. 0C0. 5.37, 0.15, 8.02.
10 10. -ami 11.39 p. in. On Sunday at
4.30. 7.45, 9 45 a. ni.: 2.45, 0.15.
8 02. and 10.10 p. ni
Lfnio Alexandria-Tor Washington, 6 0S,
0 43. 7.05. 8.10, 9.10. 10.15. 10.28,
a, m.: l.oo, 2.15, 3 00, 3.2J, c.oo,
5 30. 0.13. 7.C0. 7.20. 9.10, 10.52,
and 11.08 p.m. OnSundayat6.43,9.10,
10 28 a. m : 2.15. 6.30. 7.00, 7.20,
9.10. and 10.52 p. ni.
Ticket offices, noiiheasl corner of Thir
teenth street and Pennsylvania avenue,
and at the station. Sixth and B tlrceis,
where orders t.iu lie left for the checking
of baggage tu destination from l.otcls and
6 SI. I'UEVOST, J. IUW00D.
Gen. SWnaeer. Gen. Pass. Agent.
WANTED-A sober uud industrious'
you us mau, IS years of age, desires a
position where he can Iearu tlie feed busi
ness. Address L. T. HA YUEN, 004 A St.
WANTED-l'!' to feed Job press; odo
with experience. SIATCHETT & CO.,
310 10th et. nw. selO-lt
WANTED-oll bread baker; while,
730 lUlh st. nw. scptl0-2t
WANTED-6ik1 white boy to make
himself useful in bar room. Apply 931
La. nvc. nwr, return rant; It
WANTED-Youngman in groceryrlore;
on.- exiwricnced in cutting meal; none.
need upplj except thoso ".villing to work.
AilplyOJ 4 12 Et. '. lt
WANTED Bright colored boy, with
omeexjierieucc in printing photographs
Call 732.7uist. nw. be 10 Jt
WANTED-Good blacksmith. 012 I
WANTED-Boy to cane chairs and
omer work: come early. 624 14th st.
WANTED White barber. 1607 91
" ' st. nw. Come early, with tools. It
WANTED A bright, smart youth or
joung man in a northeast shoe slorefor
Saturday evenings: must have a thorough
knowledge or the business and give good
references; may lead lo permanent engage
ment for lull time it catlsfuctory. Address
SATURDAY, this office. It
"WANTED- house painters. Apply
at 4.19 It. I. ave . alter 0 o'clock. It
WANTED 2 first-class men, exten
sively acquainted with business people,
to represent the United States Commercial
Agen-v. A bonanza to the right men.
FRANK T1IOS. EVANS, Washington nian
ager. G17F St. v t-etl-71;
WANTED W e w ant a few gentlemen
ot g.ma address lo sell goods for us,
and wiih rirst-tlas men we will make
most f. ivur.it)'.! c.lntracts. Experienced
salei'iernreferred. Must be neatly dnsed.
WANTED-rair experienced foap
canvassers. Apply No. 408 Florida
avfl. nw. se5-7t
11EL1" WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED-A sijigle woman to cook,
w.isuuuunon. 102orit:ist.iiw. sclb-2t
WANTED-Will give good home to
Swing wane lady rorassistanee in house,
smnii ramll). Address MRS. K.. this or-
WANTED A cook. 1320 D si. nw.
lor re upnolMenug ruruilure and mak
ing over maitretses;iiou- Is I he time, every
bjdj is having-their runilture repalreil; big
Inducement: any onecan make S.i in h hours
vv ork; no exiterienee necer'sary . no samples
tocarrj. No. 2100 14th el. nvv. telO 3t
WANTED" White woman Tor general
house vv ork: small family; must stay
iilclili. Call C28 13th su lie. se!0-3t
vrjvft'1'r.D-iiome rroieetiw Agency
has places for help every day witi
good references. All capacities. tlOlllii
t. n. w. se4-lmo
WANTED-Reliable German girl ns
child's ii'irse; references reijuln-d. Ap
ply 728 9th st. nvv. se9-3t
WANTED A neat, active vouug lady
not over 25, to assist w 1th cooking and
attend luncli table; not afraid of work.
Call after 2 p. in., with ret, 431 G st. nw
UELP WANTED MALE AND
WANTED Work to do by day or
week, U.iSSst. nw. It
WANTED-By man and wile a farm
to lake care of; best of refs. A. P. S.,
207 G st, nvv. It
WANTED-8mltn riemler Type
writer operators and stenographers
directed to positions. Operators de
slilng to familiarize themselves with new
No. 2 Smith Premier Typewriter call
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
CO.. No" 1416 F St. nw. Jy31-tf
WANTED-Work or any kind, by man
to jcars or age, with wife and child to
rapport; willing to work at very low wages,
bett rels. Inquire at 315 9th St. sc alter
5 p. in. fclO 3t
WANTED-Bj Jouug German girl, fur
general housework. Address 610 0th
st. ns , tel0-3t
WANTED-ll)' a white Iwy, p.nsed 13
a place to do errands for ljoard, while
attending school: raised In country, can
manage hortes; city references. Addn'ss
S.T. N..thisoffi(. sel0-7t
WANTED-An experit ncedccoaeil a
comiH-leui butler, colored, Willi good
city relcrence. d-sires w.ork in rirsi-eiass
family. Address II. E . lhi'vofricci sel0-3t
WANTED-") colorcsl man, work ot
am kino, coachman preferred; rtrs.
Call 2317 Chaniplaln ave. nw. sell) 3t
WANTED Young man wants- oxition
as clerk in a grocery store: can cut
meac ana come vveil recommended. Ad
dress 11. Y. A.. bo J22. bllgo. SIil. selO 3t
WANTED--$30 cash tor position as
watchman in store or bank; good refs.
Address O. Z., this office, sept9-3t
STRICTLY sober mau wants vv ork G.
R., this office. sc9 3t
SITUATIONS WANTED FE.MALE.
WANTED-Situation in private family
as chambermaid, nurse or to do general
housework; excellent refs BELLE
TRENT. 402 P st. nw. selO-lt
LADY mould like dressmaking in fami
lies by day or week; handy with chil
dren's clothes; refs given. Address SI. V
U0S1S. 201 fith st. lie. selO 2t
WANTED- young lady wliounder-
siauds inu-Jc would liko iioMtlou in
niusic store: 'able and willing to workv
Address SI. E. J.. Alexandria P. O., Alex-
audria. Va. se!0-3t
WANTED-Br loung woman place to
take cnarge oi iiueu vvorK in noici or
Address A. B., this
WANTED-Typewriter living in vi-
ciTiio 6T hlantoii square lie., to take
dictation on Remington nightly at residence;
state price Iier hour. Address K. E. X.i
this oiriec. se!0-3t
WANTED-An An erican girl desires
a place as housekeeper to a small In nil ly:
good references. Address A. Z. A., this of
WANTED Bj a widow with lo in
cumbrance, a situation as lioustkeeiwr
in hotel or private family; is experienced
and can furnish highest, refs. Address
WIDOW, this orfict tel0-3t
WANTED-By colored girl place as
chambermaid. Address 1028 lSlh st.
"WANTED Warning to take home or
work bj day. 242 9th BU sc-3t
"WANTED Thotograplis Labor Day
parade. Address LABOR PHOTO, this
WANTED Four-wheel cab in fair
condition. Address CASH, 127 Califor
nia St. nor scl0-3t.
"WANTED A 1 -Horse second hand
wagon, suitable for moving furniture.
Call alier 5 p. ni. 212 E st. ne. telO-31
"WANTED 1 full-blooJed Newfound
land pup and 1 maltesecat. Call345Pa.
ave.. 9 a. ni. It
WANTED Ladies and gents to join a
select party for Atlanta Exposition to
tal cost, $50 to each person for 3 months.
Transportation extia. Address TOURIST
GUIDE, this office. sc9-3t
SSO.OOO to loan at 5 per cent, on ap
proved real (state. T. O. ANDER
SON 4 CO.. 907 Gsu nw. sc8 tt
WANTED-Ten (10) small-job print
liuIireNjes, sizes from Cx9 and not ex
ceeding 8x12: must be cheap and in good
order. Apply at N. BUNCH'S "WASH
INGTON TYPE F0UN DRY." 314 aud 316
bth ftjnw.. near Tenn. ave. se8-3t
"WANTED Bike in good order on in
stallments. Address BIKE, this ot
WantedTry Rubber Roor" Paint
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE.
And charge only lor petntia'-; workcuarftnteel
NAT. RUBBER R.KW TAINT CO. ltBt Sth nw
W & mrmnn A ,,.nlcV.Arl hsti.a.. shur.
ovvuer will board with tenant. Ad- I
dress II. G.. this office. se8-3t
FOR KENT BOOMS.
DESIRABLE rooms for light bouse-
Zkeepiug. 221 NortliCapltoUt. se!0-3t
FOR RENT rieaiant furnished rooms;
first-class location: without board; no
housekeeping. 161113tht.nw. ge!0-3t
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms: one
iirstauu one back secoad floor. 019 N
Bt. nw. ?J0-3f;
FOR RENT Very desirable furnished
front room; heat, bath, gas; private
family; cars pass; rets, ex.; rent $6 per mo.
824 1st St. int. sel0-3t
FOR RENT Nicely fur. front rooni3 for
one or more persons, witli or without
board; private f.uullj; convenient to de
partments; reasonable rates. 1113 0th.
st. nw. se!0-7t
FOR RENT Furnished room wltli
lioard for two iieraous; $3.50 per week
each. 924 8th st. nw. sel0-l t
FOR RENT Elegant suite of front
roonm on second floor; p-lvate bath;
very cheap: furnished or unfurnished. 924
14tlmt. nvv. sel0-3t
FOR RENT 2002 F St. nw., large,
vvell-iurnished rooms, with or without
board; private family. se!0-3t
FOR RENT Large, nicely furnished
Irontioiiius;also hall room; second floor
all convenience. 2142 Pa. av. se!0-3t
FOR RENT 828 12th st. nvv-., nicely
fur. front rooms, communicating or
single, with good, board; near 3 car lines
aud alldepartments; table hoard nepec laity;
transients accommodated; rales reasonable.
FOR RENT 3unfur TOomssultablefor
light housek(s?piug; 2d. floor. Call at
72Dst. ne. - It
FOR RENT200S F, fit. nw, large pleas
ant roouu, furnished and unfurnished;
desirable location. Se8-3tr
FOR RENT Large front rooms, fur
nished: call before 10 o'clock a. ni. or
between 3 and 6 p.m., 1129 1 itu st. nvv.
FOR RENT At 1812 and 1810 Kst.
three very ilesinibleuiu of rooms for
light housekeeping; t wo unfurnished at 1812
K.st., and one furnished suit at 1810 Kst.:
desirable location; stable In rear. se8-3t
FOR ItENT Ne,itly fur. rooms;' heat,
gas, act convenient to bath, ou 2d
and J.I rio i-. $8 and $10; also hall room,
5. 1000 SI st. nw. i?7!
FUR. ROOMS with board; gcullcruen
preterm!. Oil II st. lie. se8-3t
FOR RENT 030 1 M. nw., 2 or 3
rooms, 2clor 3d floor, fur. orunfur.
FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms for
rent. Willi or without board; Southern
style cookiui'. 827 5th st. nw. sc-8-3t
FOR RENT 3 unfur. rooms on 3d
tioor. lor light housekeeping; gas, heat,
and balh. 1314 9th st. nvv. se7-7t
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished
rooms at 80G 1st. nw. sc9 2t
FOR KENT 1 or 2 fur or partly
fur rooms, suitable for housekeeping,
southern eximsure; either ladies or gentle
men C.1I1812N.C. ave. e. - H
FOR RENT Very desirable fur rooms;
sinsle or cu suite; private family; ex
lent location 1347 L st nw se!0-7t
FOR RENT I unfur front r,sim. $4.
1749 8lh st. nw. sel0-3t
rrx ni. 2d floor: lur. complete, cooking
uienslK dishes, gas. bain, refrigerator:
$12 ikt month 301 lOln EW , near
and back conimuuicating rooms; 2d
floor; l.cat aid gas, ute or LclS; $15 rer
month; llg'it houiekiepnig; b27 22d stieet
COTTAGE T rooms fur. or unfur..
wllh boanl If desired at sanitarium;
station, Highlands, B. & O. R. It., mainline;
4 1-2 miles from city Inquire at HIGH
LANDS SANITARIUM. n9 31
..- .,,.v c rjl ,,or ,?H.L Nvvl-fur
rco'iis: tiatb. gas; private family: 3 min
utes' walk from 11. & O. depot. 225 N.
Capitol St. se9-7t
WANTED-A family of two adults
to rent the house I now occupy and use
1st floor, 3 rooms, subrenting 2d and 3d
floors of 2 rooms each, with li., b., g., to
present incumlients; refs.; rent moderate.
Apply 1804 lfilhst. nw. se9 2t
FOR RENT A191J Jstst.nw.. entire
second lloor. of 3 desirable communi
cating unfurnished rooms, $15.00 per mo.
FOR RENT 30 I Ee- 2 rooms, com
municating, nicely furnished, second
floor, quite convenient locality. Will rent
scparalelr and cheap to desirable parties.
Near G P. O. Se8-3t
WASTED-11 furnlsfted room for $8
per moiitn. between 2d and Cth, C and E
sts. nw. C. C. C. Hits otfice. sel0-3t
WANTED-Tlim or four unfurnished
rooms lu good localit, or would take
small house'wiUi party by Sept. 15. B. A.
R.. this otfice. se!0-2t
WAIITED-3 unrur: rooms for lisht
Iiousekceping; within 5 squares ot
25th t. and Pa. ave. Address HANOVER,
this office. se9-3t
OFFICE of the Commissioners of the
Dlst net of Columbia, Washington. Sept.
6th, 1895. Sealed proposals will be re
ceived at this oHice until 12 o'clock m.,
September 16th, 1895, for constructing
a rubble masonry wall on Sherman av enue,
between Grant and Irving streets. All
necessary information can be obtained
at this office.
JonN W. ROSS,
CHAS. F. POWELL.
sp7-fil'l&s Commissioners D C
FOB SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE-No reasonable ofrer refus
ed Tor nearly new bay-wlmlow house, 6
large rooms, bath, two latrobes, range,
slate mantels, newly papered throughout,
lot 17 by 98, to alley. BURDETT STRS"
Ker, 619 14that.nw., or 1026 Fla.ave.ne.
FOR SALE or exchange, desirable
residence property; a splendid invest
ment; will take small lot as first payment.
D. D. TUOSIPSON, 1335 F st. nw. It
FOR SALE $1,400, 1321 Ga. ave.
fe., 6-room brick; pump in sard; $738
cash, balance $9.55 per iuonlti, lncludiug
interest. Apply on premises. ce8-3t
FOR SALE On easy terms, new cor
ner bouse on Eighteenth street north
west; 8 rooms, bath, furnace room, and
kitchen and a. m. 1. Address I. A.M. No
agents need apply. aug7-7t.
FOB BENT HOUSES.
TJ0R KENT ,
S!89st nw etr ft .809Ksw, ml, 7r... 19 00
dwe, ei rs flTS 00 W8 4 st nw.ml.9rs IS 00
1SH Mass. av. nw. 3B 13th st sir, 7 rs 18 00
in.l.lrs !01 H Dta nw.Sd pr
17blPnw.ini, lit OT nJ Sr..... 16 00
3lacnw. lul.lir.. Oil 13 110 SI ass. ave nw,
1120Vmnw,ml,13r CO 0 6r ... liM
1703 L nw.ml.Ur.. 6U 58 iiimh st sir, Or.. 16 SO
604 K nw, in 1. 13c M OJ 1111 lata nw, or... 13 40
anuuuw,ini.i2r. MrOO ffloa-thnir, 6r.... 13 30
8U5stnwmi,l2rs 4M06K" Vnitner are.
910 U'tli mr.iol.lir 40 OUj nw, 7r... stable.. 13 00
llU33liiw,mi.ror SirSASlSi lltu nw, 6 r... 15 00
9-.1IILlare.nw, m .. JCorB A Grant are
WOr iim unw.tni: 13 00
458 SI nw. m I, ST.. 30i W aocott are nw. 6r 15 00
711 Slass. ara ne, 41134Mnw,istnr2r 13 00
ini,1y SOvjOO 1M04 N J are nw,r, H 00
9109 st nw, str -,, SJ1 13th sw, 6r ... It 00
lwg,&rs SSlMiai Ustaw.Sr... 13 80
16J5 Marlon stnw, 1 MTOakst nw.rnl,
ml.Sr S3 to 7rs 13 SO
3JK3 0nw, mt,8r. 25'M 3?G 34th SW.Br.... 13 30
all 2d. nw, m 1, "r. SD KM Ui-ant ar uwr 13 30
1310 Columbia st ir foV Lse,5r .12 80
nw.mi,8r...... i90,W5 I.se.Sr 14 30
1740 GUi nw. ml. .r 2I.3U sun sin nw. sr.... is tv
203 10th st ne, ml,
, 11 OU
1 22iS3.G10 Sumner at nw.
213 II ne. m 1. 7r.M
1006 II ne. in i. 7r.
643 C M.VrmL...
2f50 'tr 10 30
'.TOO Rear Sffi 14th sw,
3r 10 SO
1 S Reeres st nw,
5 r 10 30
HJOTnw, ml, dr.
I.'l.l 3th oL nw,
2 Gordon are ce,
Cor 9th.SE sta nw,
S04 m st. sw, str.
EOS E'st. nw. 21
318 9th nw, store S01 4t st sw, str
andUwIc, '.'Ir..l" w ti3 rs.....ai oj
91U!Hhstnw.sure 907 Urn stnw. .. is oo
Jt U welling, Sr.. 23 30'
103 Draper's alley lltear 1313 13th nw 110 00
sw J1S 00 Rear 319 C nw.
132o 13th nw, sta- I
bio and shop.... 10 00
A. Si CAi'WOOD, SS3 9that. nw.
FOR RENT-r7,ro"m ,Jr5(;'-,,nv.M:
couveiiieut iielglilirh.KiiI. 932 Fla.
ave- S 16.50; cars pass the door. OWNER,
1323 R. I.' ave. Ke7,9
FOR RENT 520.50. 1147 and 1149
lmst. nw.. a rooiiis;34 K nw., 7 rooms;
aW) 006 22ml st. nw., : rooms, $30.50
Annly to W. C. DUYALL. 925 F St. se8-3t
vnn pkimt Clieap: neat houses. No.
29167th .. $12: No.2920 $13.50;
each has five rooms and cella- and stable.
Inquire of J. CHESTER, room 19. Law
rence building, 0151 till St. nw. selO-Ot
FOR HENT-'2 Duncan st. ne., 7
rooms; ail modern improvements, near-
Iv new. $I5.3U. JOH.V-W. MORRIS. 01 1
Sworn Circulation of The
Monday, September 2 30,030
Tuesday, " 3 31,272
Wednesday, " 4.. 7 31,106
Thursday, " 5.. 30,914
Friday,' " 6.... 30,896
Saturday, " 7 34,690
Sunday, " S.'.-r;. : 23,477
. Papers sold '....; '....:'..' 212,385
FOB HET HOUSES.
FOR RENT Fully furnished. 12-room
house in thorough rciialr, near 14th st.
ran. Apply on the premises, 1308 R St.
jut. - ' sel0-lt
$a.4o 1223-25 lst:rc01ored tenants.
$10.3000 Fcntoii, C noiii, water.
$1 1 50 .Mil. ave. ne- 1245-47:good neigh-
$18.50 ne.; G rms, b, a. m. 1.
$22.50 nw.; 6 rms b ,
D. D. TH0SIPS0N.
It 1335 F.
$18-For rent. G room, press brick, mod.
imp.; No. 832 llh st. I.C.; key at 830;
one halt square from cars and berdies.
FOR RENT $25.00 per month, three
story, press brick. 9 rooms and bath;
all in. L; heater in ivlIarrlot-120 feet deep;
fluo location. 121 lltlist.se. se8-3t
FOR RENTA rare opiwirtUDiiy toright
pari ; a three-lory a d liasement brick
house on 17th St. ne:ir Slass. ave., nw..
with a. m. I., including new window shades
throughout: the proprietor aud wife fur
nNhaud reserve second floor, and vvilllioanl
with tenant; allowing' rent lo latter, with'
a satisfactory sum in addition. Inquire
R. J.. MARSHALL. 511 Hill St. IIW.SeS-3t
No. 1309 14th st. nw.. 10 re.
No. 1311 14lhst.nw.,10K.
No. 1201 RLode Itlai d ave. nw.,Grs
No. 1203 Rhode Itlandave. irw.,0 rr. -No.
1203 Q Ft. nw., 1 0 rs.
No. 1207Qsunw., 10.
No. 100- Vermont ave.nw,10rs.
Above houses arc in elegant repair and
have tae latest ranitary plumbing. -A.
HE1TMUELLER & CO.,
se5-14t 1.1 13 14lUst.
S42.BO-120 E st nw.; 14 r.. a. m. L
C. T. YODER. 815 E st. nw. '
S35 001420 sth sr. nw.. 8r. b.; m. L
O. T. TODEB, 615 E at nw.
SlOO-1222 D Bt. nw.; 16-r. brick; a.
m. 1. C. T. YODER. 615 Est. nw.
S32.SO 314 to 320 N. a ave. ae : 9c,
a. m. L; new.
O. T. YODER. 615 Est. nw.
FROF. FAHTLEEOT lells the
events or life", comiiels love nnd brings
back the separated. 1113 Delaware ave.,
bet. Land Msw. Hours, lOtoG. Sittings,
50c. se 10-7 1
INSTRUCTION '" acting, e!ocuiion,
stage dancing. WALTER STETSON,
Box 14. Warder Building. It
YOU'LL have lo bay a safe to keep it
in why, the money you will save on an
elegantcustom-madesuifbut little worn,"
at a figure that will "knock you silly."
JHSTirs OLD STAND, 610 D St. nw.
MME. BROOKE tc'ls a11 ihe events
rr orn nil hn.inn.c ratnfMonl inlr lnrffea
,nnd gentlemen, 50 cents each; boars, 9 a.
m. to p. m. 605 New xoruavenue nortn
wesl. near Sixth street. se9-14t
MASSAGE and electric treatment
given by Sirs. ,Lewis, 702 9th 11. w.
House open from 9 a. m. to 9 P.m.
WANTED-5lrs ' know that
"filer cangct at .N. BUNCH'S 'Washing
ton Type Foundry,? 314 andSlO fcth su
nw.. near Pa. ave tpcases, stands, brass
rnle, reglet, cabinets, presses, stones, cut
ters, inks, leads and slpgs. and nil classes
ot material for printers or those who con
template the printSngibusiness, at prices
tnat neiy competition. ., sce-ai
EVERYTHING ',' cheap It costs
one cent to get any kind of help you
want, fiom housekeeper l' hostler. Send
postal to Mrs. L. C.SlOOUE, 306 G st.
nw. 1 Ec8-3t
TRY tuo "Iud(arl Forest Salve" rot
mica, earhnnrlp-t For sale bv all drug
XF yoti wish instlu(t$n in oil painting,
lu the shortest fltfiejand for the lowest
rates, call ou or odulci.AKTIST. 330 C
Buna- --f-T-' sc8-3t
PROF. LAWBENCE, the great
C street northwest, where lie -will receive
callers daily and Sunday for clairvoyant
UNLIKE MANY OTHERS, he asks no
questions, makes no unnecessary show or
pretensions, but comes strictly and quickly
to the point ,and tells-your name, age. oc
cupation, birthplace, disposition, adapta
bilities, what your troubles, auxieura,
hows, fears, wishes and ambitious are.
anu now 10 ooiaui vc ua .w..w.w ,
sults in either case.
HE IB NOT HERE to read your mind
nor guess at things, neither is he here to
.-.-..-.-- n.i(nnu uetri IntornrfM A
llouH.to those who are fif?ekiDK lo uetter
their conditions aim pionv """"""" ,"i
the revelations made ttirough a genuine
For the cause that needs assistance.
For the w roiigs that need resistance.
For the future in the distance.
And the good that he can do.
His advice may save you many a dollar,
many a tear aud sign, and Hie saddest ot
all sad words, "it might have been.
nrrn r a TltP. NAME. AGE. ETC..
ot your present company, wire or husband,
and alo the name. age. occupation, dispo-
., 1. . -.!. I cSfl WW 1114 lit
slllou, tocatiou anu iihuiicij, s.m- -
your future huband or wire, tind date or
marriage, it your uumc w u........., j---.
comiianlon ineoasUnt. jour friends untrue.
and It Is your duty to find it and profit
by the knowledge gained.
THE WORLD IS MADE SAD
by ten o f thousands o t failures and wrecked
or disappointed lives, made so through,
hasty conclusions, unsound Judgment or
the entering Into and follow lug of a busi
ness profession or trade for which natuis,
has not Intended them. "Be sure you are
right, then go ahead." Nature hasTjeeri so
generuus as to endow Prof. Lawrence with
the woudcrfulgirt ot penetrating the mystic:
future, and to those who wish advice aud
aid uikiu lawsuits, business, love, marriage,
estates, health, or uy ut Hie iierplexing
questions r lire, call and be convinced or
his power to aid you.
He is the only man who understands
perlectly the Black Art of ancient Egypt,
or "charm-working" for fam ly ili.'f icul
tles. lovers' quarrels, success In busli ess
eta So coiifKlcut l he of his ability
to bring success in business and speculaUon.
or to bring to you the loM lover frto".
or sweet-heart, or cause a marriage Willi
the one of jour choice, that lie will lend,
free, the "Slagie Talisman" for three
months, and will guarantee an"? in
every case to those who rollow carefully
the dlreitious and requirements Ices
for readings. SI aud upward. Hours. 9
to 0 dally, and Sunday. 220 C fct. nw.
the greatest eXvoneut of psychometric
science now In America: she tells the
nanie, age, occupation, Ac or her caller:
also the name age, occupation, disposi
tion, nationality, and tinancial standing
of your future husband or wife aud date
of marriage: she tells the i utcome of
any case or love, marriage, divorw, spec
ulation, lawsuit, or business venture: in
hort, your past, present, or future life
lo her Is an open bok; she tells you
every hope and wish of jour life as
plainly aud as easily as if she had alvvajs
known you. and how to accomplish your
desires in either case; if your friend or
lover Is raise, the can tell you why, when,
and where, aud how to bring them back
and keep them; advice on speculations,
bu-luess, love, marriage, divorce, lawsuits,
domestic troubles, and all aifalrs of life
by a higher than human power; the
EcypHau charm given free on security for
90 days, for lovers' troubles, family dis
lurluuccs. and financial success; hours, 9
a. m. to 9 p. m.; fee, $1. 222 Did. ave.
PROF. CLAY, oldest established ad
vertising clairvoyant, medium and for
tune teller in this city, removes all your
troubles; tells from cradle to gi-Ve; ad
vice od 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 I can work a case quicker
than auy medium you ever met. Fee. 50
cents. Hours; 10 to 9; open Sunday.
489 H St.. bet- 41-2 and 6tb at. aw.
DANCING pupils desired by lady
teachers: $1 any hour: six lessons $5;
refs. Address for five days DESIRED,
this office. sep7-6t
MME. ESTELLE tells all the events
ot life in German and English; hours,
9 n. m. lov'I0 p. m ; 25 and CO cents;
cures all 'esse' Ot running or dry sores.
913 19th sti nw. . au30-lm
HME;'BROQKE tells all the-events
ot life; all .business confidential; ladies
and gentlemen, CO cents each; hours 9 a.
m. to 9 p. m. 605 New York uvenue
northwest, near Sixth street. au27-14t
LADIES needing confidential treat
ment. A safe and sure relief In all
female trouble, constipation, irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, nstuln,
etc. Srparate rooms for patlmts before
and during; confinement, and find homes
for Infants it required. Strictly confiden
near E. Capitol st. Washington. O. 0.
MME- PERRIN Scientific palm
istry; truest destiny reader of the age;
events of past and future revealed with
wonderful acenracy; hours 10 to 9. 515
19lh Ft. nw.. bet E and F.
DR. TAYLOR. 906 F st.nw., makes
full seta of teeth for $5; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling. $1: amalgam. 50c. ec4-tf
EGYPTIAN Gypsy Seventh daugh
ter of the seventh get eratlrm: she can
tako oft spells and cause to niarrv. as well
as tell you the past and ruture: persons eati
ng at the tent next to railroad, will ask ror
Take Eckington and Soldiers' Home
THE Wonderrul Remedy. Cancers
cared without knife. raIn. or pay
until cured: also carbuncles. Titles, dropsy,
by Prof. MARTIN RILEY. 467 Pa ava
nw. , ann-lmo
J. T. WALKER SONB. 04 10th st. nw.,
carpet lining, felts, fire brick and clay,
asbestos, paints, brnsnes, lime, cement, two
and three-ply roofing 'material apr21-tt
AERIAL navigation will never be
come an established fact until yon call
on us aud get one ot those finecustom made,
suits, the least bit worn, at a figure never
bsfore thoughtof. JUSTH'S OLD STAND,
019 D ELD. w.
FOR SALE Nearly new buggy harness;
cost $40; only $13.
5 fine leather fly nets at cost.
7 linen horse sheets, 75 cents each.'
1 English side saddle less than cost.
GERMUILLER'S -HARNEoS FACTORY,
641 La. ave. scl0-3t
FOR SALE Flrel-class. secondhand
buggy. Apply J. W. COOPER, 1106
Wales St. sw. " sel0-3t
ONE mantel folding bed. Call between 9
aud 12 Wednesday morning 628 E svr.
FOR SALE You ai about bargains,
vv e uav e got them. Look. Panel coupe
rockaway, cost $550, used one month,
$290: panel rockaway, cost $300, but
little used. $135; canopy top surrey, cost
$150. only $G0: three-quarter full leather
top side-liar buggy, cost $125, only $40;
fine English four-wheel cart, 2 pas-liner,
cost $225, only $110; falling top 2-wheel
cab, $50; set double express harness, cost
$35. only $18; one net single bnggy-tiar-hess,
one set surrey harness. 2 shifting
poles, cost $20 each, only $10rone fine
bay mare, good driver, work any place,
$55. We can get you anything in the car
riage, wagon or harness line you want and
save you time and money. Carriages
stored at $L26 a month. Teams to hire
for business, $2 a day. Painting and re
pairing. Before you have your carriage or
wagon painted, consult us.nil..seevwrjat
we can do. We will board vpnr horses for
$17.50 a month. ESIBREY & TAYLOR,
rear 913 New Jersey ave. nw. Teams for
hire. . scl0-2t
FOR SALE-Store shelving for sale;
call at once. 8. 8PANDA0, 1314 7th
st. nw. , " selO 2t
FOR' SALE Very stylish four-seated
cart: good as new: ' price $40. 517
18th ht. nw. tc 10-3t
FOR SALE At sacrifice, folding bed
aud m-iura.-s; antique oak dresser: ail
new. 1102 N. Capitol' stl It
FOR SALE Carpets and oak dining
table: 2 handsome Kidderminster car
pets, but little used, one light and lhe,.ihtr
dark: suitable for stairs or rugs; cost $1.75
jam: sell ,5 cents: also new solid oak, 8
foot cxteu-lon table; 'cost $10; sell for
$6.00. 1 209 F st. nwqRoom 6. at .r,
FOR SALE Flr-t-class wood and coal
yard 111 uw... doing n -good cash busl-ne-K,
cheap for cash. Address COAL, this
office. - 'sel0-7t
f'OR SALE-' .rubber, horse cover:
never been used; 'will fit medium-size
bore; will sell for half price. Address
HORSE COVER, this office. se9-2t
FOR SALE ra.wh'tlcket 'for o"$123
Parker haiumerless gun: 2 sets of bar
rels, $23; or will exchange for cheaper
eun Address GL'Nhls-office. se9-2t
jtTOR SALE-Oneilnecovv;giWr 3gals.
ot iinik:giHd breed; $20. One horse,
$15; good driver. Also, good buggy and
harness. $25. 2030 35th St. Un.ie8-3t'
FOR SALE The rinct and most com
plete tailing yacht on the river; 36
reet on water line; 45 'feet overallrl 1-foot
beam; 3-foot draught; large roomy cabin;
sleeping quarters for 6 personsr sails, rig
ging all new; everything in perfect condi
tion; yacht now ready for cruising; full out
fit for tamping; will.be sold at a sacri
fice to Immediate purchaser. Applv R. J.
MARSHALL. 511 11th tt uw. sep2-tf
FOR SALE Barroom for sale; $250
cash. Address "YfJZFK." this of rice.
FOR SALE A Crescent sarety bicy
cle: pneumatic tlresf In perrect order;
very cheap, at 2014 K st. nw. se8-.1t
FOR SALE Fine dayton: little used;
cost MJj-.bO. Bicycle. $40. SorreU
horse. S23; must tie sold. 1328 H st, ne,
AX ODD FHIENDSHIP.
A Goose Which Miovvh Both Affection
There is an old saying, "As stupid as a
goose," but the following story, well au
thenticated, of a goose that lived more
than a hundred years. ago, proves that a
stupid goose is capable of one of the highest
of virtues, gratitude:
This goose was once saved by the house
dog from the attack ot a fox, and from that
lime attached itself In the strongest and
most affectionate manner, to the dog. It
would never quit the kennel, except for
the imrpose of reeding, and then It would
return again immediately. It always sat
by the dog, but never presumed to go into
the kennel, except in rainy weather. When
ever the dog barked the goose would
cackle and run at the iierson she sup
IKised the dog intended lo attack and try
to bite his heels. Sometimes she would at
tempt to feed with her friend, bat this the
dog, wlm treated his faithful friend rather
with Indifference, would not allow.
The goose would not go to roost with the
others at night, unless driven by main
force; and when, in the morning, she was
turned out, she would not pass through the
yard gate into the field, but would take
up her position at the side of the kenneL
At last orders were given that she should
not be molested, and when thus left to
herself, she ran about the yard with him
all night, and what Is even more extraor
dinary, whenever the dog went out of the
jard and ran into the street, tbe goose
alwavs accompanied him, contriving to
keep up with him by using both feet and
wings. In this way, both running and fly
ing, she followed him all over tbe vil
This extraordinary affection of theg6ose
for the dog continued until the lattcr's
death, two years after the rescue. While
the dog was ill, the goose never quitted"
him, day or night, even toeat, and it was
feared that she would starve to death, so
orders wcregiven that a pan ofcom should
bi set every day close to the kennel. At this
time the goose generally sat inside the
kennel, and would not allow anyone to ap
proach it except the person who brought
the dog's and her own food.
The end or this faithful bird was melan
choly, Tor, when the duff died she still kept
possession of the kennel, and Another dog
being introduced which In size and color
resembled the lately lost, the poor goose
was unhappily deceived,' nnd, on'golng into
the kennel, as usual,- the new occupant
seized her by the neok and killed her. Brook
A shoe thrown after the carriage ot Mr.
and Sirs. Charles Graht,T6f Ledyard, Conn.,
brought them ill luck. It lilt the horse, and
there was a runaway, which seriously In
jured lKitb bride and groom.
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.
FOR RENT Seven-room cottago at
Brookland, with hall, bath, cellar,
attic, range. Iatrobe, hot and cold water;
two squares from electric cars. Inquire
of I. 6. UOLLIDGE. Saks & Co. ce4-7t
STABLE for rent; $5. Inquire at 1343
Corcoran st. selO-lt .
"GOOD TIMES" The Times is right.
We are advertising with good results.
SIATCHETT A CO.never disappoint. Send
them your printing; 310 10th st. nw.
CARPETS fhould be fcrubbed totakn
out grease, dirt, or stains on the floor;
or taken up. Address postal EUREKA
CAIti'ET CLEAMNG C0..4 1-2 and Sialne
TELEGRAPHY taught rapidly,
thoroughly, day or evening, by an ex
pert operator: easy terms. Address EX
PERT TELEGRAPHER, 720 11th St.
WAMTED-A gentleman of experience
about to open real estate office, re
spectfully solicits those having houses tot
sale or rent, or lots for sale, to list the Sams'
on his hooks. Suburban property especially
desired. Property advertised, and every
effort made to sell. No expense unless
sold. Desirable tenants secured. Bend
description ot property with lowest price,
orwillcalllfdeslred. Address "STANLEY."
this otfice. se6-6t
ROBERT L. PAYNE, practical
paper banger. Highlands, P. O. ad
dress. Bladensburg. Md. sefHSt
WE don't care to do "cheap" "slop
printing, and most- everybody knows
it and they know we don't care who knows
It- Prices right. M. W. MOORE, Gen.
Man . Law Reporter Company, 518 5th
st. nw. au22
JUST EECEIVED Fine lot young Co
ban parrrts. guaranteed to talk; also
monkeys, calories, mocking birds, gold
fish, dogs, and fancy pigeons. BCHMID'B,
712 12th st- v w., branch 1221 Pa. ava.
LOST On Sunday night, Aug. 25,
Scotch collie gyp; color sable; an
swers to the name of "Culie." $5 reward
If returned to 1702 1st st. nw. se9 2t
LOST Red setter dog; white tip on
tall and white breast: tag No. 3392.
Reword 1914 Sth st.nw. se9-2t
GBEAT HECOBD OF BAD LTJCK.
A Communicative Widow Reproaches
A weather beaten woman of melan
choly and discouraged mien sat In front
of a drummer in a railroad train. Bays
Texas Sittings. She was clad In rusty
mourning and her appearance indicated
that her loss was recent. When near
Chicago she turned to the drummer and,
"What place are we coming to next?"
"Lenime see; that's In Illinois, ain't it?
"I'd orter know, but I'd forgot I'd bin
in Illinois. I buried my first husband
there atiout twenty years ago." t
"Yes, and from HUnois I went to
Ioway. I buried my second man out In
Ioway and I ain't been there since. That
was eighteen years ago. Went down to
South Car-liny from Ioway." ,
, "Oh, did you? I've been there."
"You hev? Ever been to a place called
.Black Snake Forks? No? Well, Hen
Dobson lays there."
"Who was Mr. Dobson?"
"My third husband and a right smart
feller he was. He had a cousin named
Ben Dagger. Ever come across him?"
"I think not."
"You'd known him if yon had. Every
body liked him. Me and him were mar
ried in Georgy and be is tinned nine miles
"Oh, Indeed! And do you live in Georgy
"Land, no; ain't set foot there for more'n
a dozen "years. I went from Georgy way
up to SIlnneEoty, and I met Tom Urxon
"Yes; him and me lived there most a
year after we were married, then a blamed
old white mule we bad kickked Tom so
fatally that I buried bini one cold day
under the snow up near St. Paul and cold
off and went out to Kansas, near Atchison,
and tuk up a quarter section of land Jmin'
a real smart man's named Dill."
"And you '
"Yes, I married Dill and be tuk clillls
and fever 'fore three months and left
me a widder 'fore the year was out."
"That was bad."
"I tell you, I've bad mighty bad luck."
" Isbould think so."
"That's what I have. There was Ben
Barber; after me and him was married
out in Californy we got along splendid
nnd was making money fast, when aU
of a sudden Ben goes head first down a
300 foot Ehaft, and of course I was a
widder 'fore the poor man struck bottom."
"Then you left CaUfornia?"
"Yes; I stayed there eight or ten months
and then Bob he wanted tu "
"Oh, Bob Waite. He was Ben's partner,
andhenevcr give no peace till I married bim.
He is buried in the Black Hills."
"Great Caesar!'1 cried the drummer.
"Do you make a business of going around
tbe country burying husbands?'
The widow put her handkerchief to her
eyes and said in keen rebuke. "
"That's a purty way to talk to a lono
widder that's got her husband's cawpsa
in a baggage car ahead a takin' him out to
Dakoty to lay bim aside bis other kin
folks. You'd ort to bo 'siamed to be eo
Little Japanese girls frequently do. Ilka
the old woman ot the song, have bells on
their shoes. And the "pokkurt" the young
ladies wear are three or more Inches high.
unr w -ao