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THJB XVBNDTC '1TMB8." MOSS DAY, SEPTJBMBEB 16, 1895.
Xo advertisement less thai 10
Ko advertisement lest than 1 0
Koadnrttsenrat tm tham 10a.
KoadTarttsament lass than 10a.
No advertisement less t baa 10.
KoadTcrtise-nent lass than 10.
XoadTsrtUentaat lass thaa'lOi. I
TV A NTED A GENTS.
first-eLiss men! with" experience, can
make $50to$100amontheay;no humbug;
no comiictitiou; well advertised already.
Call at 438 9tb st nw..from 8 to 10
WANTED-i 7-room modern flat; con-
etlcnt to 14tlt St. oar line. Address
MODERN FLAT, tills office. ae!6-tf
WANTED floor ff"'1 room; fur., for
mail and wife; with beard: located be
tween II aLd L and 13tb and lBHi M ;
terms not to exceed $45. AddrcssT. fc.
WANTED-Kf for studio oracling
"SN&TiingT' RETLAW. this office
-wv wmlitn A m PTMI Wai-OU. inCOOd
""condition. Call at KRIECS EXPRESS
1226 II st. nw.
WANTED-HH" organization a liall;
would furnish It; for the use of Friday
night, and will rent for Thursday night.
Address A. V. It., this office. se!6-3t
WANTED-81"1"110' Dayton wag
on; good condition. Call 941 B st. nw.
WANTED-Ali. harness and bUKcy.
on easy iiaymenls: not over $50. bio
K st. sw. ae!5-3t
WANTED-Fre "t tow. FERN
WOOl). Pierce's SHU Road. seI4-3t
W a NTED 50 stndents to take our
courre lit nppllfd mechanics; a few In
electrtcitv ai-d draughting. DHNTONIAN
INBTITUTB. l'Mlt ard I) sts sc!4-8t
WAltTED-A family of four adults
about to take a large houfe m Uie
northwest desire a couple, or two gentle
men loco wUh them and lake lor2 rooms;
either rur. or unfur.; best rets. Address
A. M. E-. Ills office. sc!4-3t
WANTED-O1'!' to tie lelf-Jupportliig;
marrleUladles to lessen dressmaking
bllU by leariiinc to tot by Merchant Tailor
Bnuarc: particulars at school. 7J8 12lh
WAKTED-A grocery store In a good
locution: tales must not be less than
Sl.OOOpernionUi. Address CASH BUYER,
tins office. sel3-tt
WASTED- Highest prices paldrurgood
second hand books, office furniture.
Btoro fixtures and household effects of all
kinds; eend liostal and will call. II. RO
SENBERG. 802 E Ft. nw. sell-7t
SaO.OOO to loan at 5 per cent, on ap-nr5w-l
real estate. T. O. ANDER
SON & CO., 907 C at. nw.
IVnntedTry Rubber Roof Palni.
li fcTOP ALL LEAKS FKEE,
Ana charco enly for palatine: orksasrantosi
I.AT. ltUHlifc.K ROOF l'AIN f CO . ntti sta nw
MOSEY ffASTEU AND TO LOAX.
WE ONLY LILND MONEY ON HEAL, ES
TATE. Do vou want any of It?
Let us have your applications at once.
Guarantee to delay if tccurity Is all right
$80,000. l tr. percent insunMlosuit Larger
loans at 4 at d 4 1-2 percent
Rtal Estate awl Buiii r-ss Exchange.
907 G eu. rrwc
WANTED-TW loan of $S,000 on f Irt-
rla"s insiuo proiieriy; uu aneiiia.
TT. TC. FULTON'S Loan Orrice. 1218
Pa ave. nw. Established In IBiO.
Money lonned on watches, diamonds. Jew
elry. (.llMT.vara. etc. Special bargains In
watehes. jewelry, and Mlvcrwarc au20 Ca
TVTOXE Y to loan on bonds, stocks, trusts,
loan abMKlalion certificates, and old
line life Insurance policies; no delay
40 to 4GMetzerotl Bids
TVTOHfEV TO LOAH-m lame sums,
or as low. as 41.D00. at 5 and 6 per
rent on D. Creal estate; aUn S2r-0,$500,
$750. etc. nt 0 per cent. WM. II. SAUN
DEltS & CO . 1 107 F st. nw tf
MONEY to loan at B and C per cent,
on District of Columbia realty; no delay
If security is satisfactory.
WAI.TKU 11 ACKEK. 704 14th nw.
MONET TO LOAN-All classes of
real estate loan made with promptness
at curcnt rates THE AIcLACHLEX HEAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY. cor-
ner K'lh and streets nw. n)9-tf
MONEY 'o loan no real estate In the
District, nt lowest rates of irterest.
No delay IIERKON &. NIXON. 1304 F st
3. w. se4-lnio
COltNEK Of &IXTH AX3 B
In Effect Sept.0, 1805.
lO 30 A. MT. PENNSYLVANIA LIM
ITED 1'ullmaii Steeping. Dlninc, Smok
ing, and Olfcerration Cars Harrisborir to
cnicaj;o. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St.
Louis. Cleveland, and Toledo. Barrel
Parlor Car-to Harrlsbonr
10 30 A. BI- FAST LINE. Pullman
Uulli'l I'nrlorCar to liarrisbun;. Parlox
nnd Dinins Cars. Harubure to Pitts
burs. B40P M. CinCAGOANDST.LOniS
EXl'KEhB. Pullman Barrel Parlor
Car to Harrisburs. Sleepnic and DlnhiR
Cam. Ilarisburs In St. Louis, Cincinnati,
LonloMlle. and Chicago.
T XO T. BX. JVESTERN EXPRESS.
1'uiunau fiecpiiis car to unican. anu
Harrlsliars to Cleveland Diolns Car to
z xo r. jvr. sormnvESTErtx ex-
PtttS Pullman 8leepins and Dillicj;
Cars to St. Louis, and Ulcepins Car,
Harrisbunr to Cincinnati
10.40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS
Pollmaii blecpinj; carlo Plttfbure.
T.50 A Ml. forKace. Cacandalsua,
liocii."'n.r. ai d Niagara Falls dally, ex
1 0.30 A- &f. forLTmira and lieiiovo,
daily, except Uunday. For Willlams
pon daily. 3 40 p m.
T."l O "P. M. for muiazuspiirt, Roches
ter. ItJlialu. and Nia-ar-i Falls daily,
except Saturday, with fJcepins car Wash
ington to Fui pension Bridge via Buffalo.
10.40 "P. M. for Erie. Caraitdaisua,
Rochester. Butfaki. ai.d Niagara Falls
dally, tleeiiliie carWa-shii cton toElmira
Fur Pliiliidt'lulila, Xotv York und tbo
l.OO 3?. SJL. 'CONUUES3I0NALLIM-ITfcll-
AU Parlor Cars, with Dlniup
Car from Dal I Inn ire, for New York
daily. Tor Philadelphia week-days. Regu
lar at 7 05 (Diiilns Car). 7 20, 9 00.
10 00. (Dluii's Can. and 11 00 (Dining
Can a m . 18.104.22.168G. 40, G.40. 10.00,
and 1 1 .35 p m. On Sunday, 7.05
(Dlniim Can. 7.20. !i CO, 11 CO (Dining
Can a m .2.15, 3.15. 4.20. 6.40, 10.00,
and 11 .35 p. m For l'biladelpbla only.
Fast E't press 7.50 a. m. week-days. Ex
press 2.01 ai.d.5 40 p. m. daily.
For Boston, without ihnnse, 7.50 a. m.
weefc-davs. and 3.15 p. m. dally.
For Baltimore. U.25. 7.05. 7.20. 7.50. 9.00,
1O.0O. 10.30, 11.00 and 11.60 a. m.,
12.15. 2 01. 3.15. 3.40 (4.00 Limited).
4.211. 4.3U. 5.40. 6.05. G.40, 7.10. 10.00.
10.40. 11.15 and 11.35 p. m. On San
day. 7.05, 7.20. 9.00, 9 06. 10.30, 11.00
a.m.. 12.15. 1.15,2.01.3.15. 3.40(4.00
Limited). 4.20. 5.40, 6.06. 6.40, 7.10.
10.00. 10.40 and 11.35 p. m.
For Pope's Creek Line. 7.20 a. ro.-and 43
p. m. daily, except Bandar. ,
For Annapolis. 70. 9X0 a. ra.. 12.15 and
4.20 p. m. dally, except Sunday. Bun
days. 9.00 a. m. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Rich
mond. Jacksonville and Tampa, 4W30
a. ra.. 3.30 p. m. dally. Richmond, and
Atlanta. 8.40 p. o. daily. Richmond
only. 10.67 a. m. week-days.
Accommodation for Quantlco. 7:45 a. m.
daily, and 4:25 p. m. week days.
For Alexandria. 4.30, 6.35, 7.4S. 8.40,
9.45. 10.57. 11 60 a. m.; 12.E0. 1.40.
3 20. 4.25. 5 00. 5.37. 6.15, 8.02.
10 10, and 11.39 p. at. On Sunday at
4.30. 7.45. 9.45 a. ni.; 2.46. e.16,
8.02, and 10.10 p. m.
Leave Alexandria' for Washington, 6.0S,
6.43. 7.05. 8.00. 9.10. 10.1 6. 10.28.
'a. m.: 1.00, 2.1G. 3.00. 33. 6X0.
'5.30. 0.13. 7.00. 7.20. 9.10. 10.62.
and 11.08 p.m. OHBuodayat6.43..10.
10 28 n. ni : 2.15, 6J0. 7X0. 7.20.
9.10, and 10.52 p. m. - -
mckct offices, northeast comer of Thlr
teenth street und, Pennsylvania avenue.
and at the stnlloft; Sixth and B streets,
srnere orders, can be. left fur the cnecktrw
at basxaee to desUeaUiea from boteta aaa.
B. M. PREVOST. J. K. WOOD.
Oca Miuuicer. Geo. Pass. Arenfc.
nEiiP 'WAirrBD maix
WANTED-Gwl workers; new and no
competiiion; city and suburbs. Call
at 509 11 tli st. nw. It
WANTED-A boy competent to run an
Otis electric elevator. Apply CHA8.
UAUil. 410 Till st. nw. It
WANTED-Yoong man; must be a
nuent.talker. Apply 327 H St. no.,
before 10 a. m. selO-lt
WANTED- 4 expert soap powder can
vassers. Apply nt 408 Fla. ave. nw.
WANTED-A young man as recelvine
and shipping clerk; must be acquainted
with house furnishing business and have
best ot rers. Apply to UNIVERSAL
lIOUSEFURNISHlScJ STORE, 512 9tll
st. nw. It
"WANTED A white barber; good
Mcady nun; at once. 605 O st. nw.
BOX WANTED lo learn paper hang
Ins; one with cxcrience preferred.
Address EXPERIENCE this of lice.
WANTED Two good buslielmen at
once. Apply IsIX. LITTLE TAILORS,
941 Pennsylvania ave. nw. It
"WANTED Boy fourteen years old as
ciert in More to receive orders; must
write good plain hand. Address Q. F.
M.,tliUoffice. : sel6-lt
WANTED Grocers' drummers tor aide
lines or popular goods; also, young man
this office. sel5-2t
WANTED A neat white girl for light
Housework; most bring rets. 300 E
st. ne. It
WANTED-A louug while girl as
nurse for one child; refs. required; call
b;tore 3 p. m., 609 M st. nw. It
WANTED-A good colored woman to
cook, irash and lmn In small family;
rets, required. Apply 234 11th st. ne.
WANTED Good workers; new and no
competition; city and suburbs. Call
at 509 Uth st. nw. It
WANTED-A girl for general house
work: no washing; bring ref.; must
staynlBlits. 7423d sunw. selG-lt
WANTED-A settled colored woman
us nurse (or an lm&lld lady. Apply at
331 L st. nc tt'16-lt
WANTED-Clri to do general house
work; must May at night and have
best r fs. S. W. ACGENSTE1N, 712 nth
St. nw. It
WANTED-Industrious girl to do gen
eral Housework lor faintly of adults.
Apply between 9 and 6. 1616 $ st. n w. It
WANTED Girl for general house
work, cook, wash and Iron; stay night;
hring refs. 927 I st- nw. self3t
SITS WA NTED
NINE colored and three white domestic
servants 306 0 St. nw. sel5 3l
WANTED Home Protective Agency
has places for help every day with
good references. All capacities. G10 11th
t. ti. w. ' sc4-lnio
WANTED- Good workers; new and no
companion; city and suburbs. Call
at .109 llth st. nw. It
ALL kinds or help furnlsiied free of
charge, in or out of the city, by AIRS.
L. C. AIOOUE.30C G st.nw. seI5-3t
"WANTED A flrsl-class. reliable can
vasser, must be well educated, and fur
nish good recommendations Address G.
11. 8.. this oftice. sell-7t
"WANTED Smith Pterolor Type
writer operators and sicuographera
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
WANTED-By a j6nng man, a place
in drug store; one ear's experience;
can furnish liest of rcr. Address BUCK
THORN, this office. sel0-2t
WANTED Employment for a boy or
lt years. Audi ess E, this office. It
WANTED-Position as attendant on in
luiid; understands mascage and water
treatment Tor rheumatism. Address C. L.,
tills oftice. It
WANTED-Situation by experienced
engineer and millwright; District and
marine license. Address 2111 E st.
WANTED-Yoohb man wants posi
tion as meat cutter and groccryman;
understands tils business. Address II. K.,
this office. sel5-2t
A GERM: AN. good hostlerand driver;
.also farmer aid milker; handy with
tools; best refs. Address R. W. 819 E St.
WANTED-Uf a white boy, pacsed 13,
a place to do errands for board, while
attendmg school; raked In country; can
manage horEes; city references. Address
S. T. N.. this office. el3 5t
WANTEDBy colored woman, wash-In-lodo
se 16-21 ,
WANTED-rBr a colored dressmaker
workby tbeklay oratbomKcuttingand
fitting. No. 1034 3d st. nw. se!6-2t
PLACE as chambermaid or Ibht house
work In small ramlly. 1241 Madison
si. nw.. net. 6 and 7. selG-lt
WANTED-Young woman wants sew
nig to no with dressmaker; skirt ard
waist hand, ori will go out by the day. R.
FORKYTH. 55 C St. se. It
WANTED-Bj a colored lady,
washing and Ironing to carry home; first
class work. Address Mrs. J. E. WARD,
508 21th at. nw. seL5-2t
W A. NTED Place as housekeeper In
hotel or Hrsfectass widower's ramilv
bv experienced white lady. HOUSEKEEP
ER, this office. selt-7t
FOR SALE Lot 20x57. haHsq. rrom
Conn. .ie.,2 sqs. lnim Duponi circle:
S2.750; one-quarter cash, bal. 1.-2, 3 and 4
Tears J. B. WIMEK, Real Estate, 008
13th St. scl6-3t
$1 PER WEEK.
MUIRKIRK EXPRESS STATION.
ON DIRECT LINE OF NEW ELECTRIC
RAILROAD AND WASHINGTON AND
BALTIMORE GRAND BOULEVARD.
NOW BEING CONSTRUCTED.
A refined suburb rbr refined people. On
the main line of the B. & O. R.R., be
tween Washington and Baltimore; 18 min
utes ride: 30 trains daily; 2 stations;
graded and macadamized streets and ave
nues. Location high and hea'thy, com
manding grand view of surrounding coun
try. Several line springs, which, by an
analysis by experts, is shown to be the
nearest to absolutely pure water ever yet
found. Lots average In size 50x150. Will
be sold lower than at any other subdivis
ion between the two cities. Terms to suit
ou and no Interest.
If you desire a safe and sure investment
or a beautiful home site oat of the city
call at once. We can show yon more ad
vantages at MUIRKIRK than you can find
In any subdivision near Washington.
R. J. MARSHALL.
611 llth st. nw., or
WM. M. YAGER,
sel4-lw Ohio Bank Building.
FOR SALE A- lot at Rlrerdale; half
mile from railroad; cheap for cash.
Apply at 221 C st. ne. ae!6-6t
FOR SALE 100X100 feet in goid
neighborhood: beautiful trees: $1,000:
one-third cash, balance In 1 and 2 years
at6 per tent. Brookland. D. C. GRACE M.
THOMAS, Room 100 Corcoran Building.
FOR RENT Two or three very pretty
front rooms, unfur. Terr cheap, to
persons without children, or far. to gents;
all conveniences. 1211 fltli st. nw. sel4-3
FOR RENT Neatly new brick bouse,
Brooms and hath, on H St. near Iltb
ne. Keys at 1001 H ne. sel4-3t
FOR BENT-Fur. rooms forgeutlemen;
$Sto $10 per month; gas bath and heat.
1014, 10th st- nw. sel 5-141
FOR KENT-A t707 5thst.nw..3 unfur.
rma; terms reasonable. eel 1-7 1
FOR RENT Untur.. 3 communi
23-Cowr rooms; bandrwmelr bs;
private both; to a careful couple
OWNER, 804 O St. nw.
FOB BENT BOOMS.
VOX HEMT-At 324 4th at. ne., ror
mshod rooms. In a delightful corner
bouee, with or without board, tosult; agree
able parties: references exchanged. aelf-3t
WTN'T NRelr furnished rooms;
north and south exposure; communl-
eating or riugle; summer rates
oesireii. Aiinress k.. iniaoiuce.
FOR RENT Nicely rur. and newly-papered
rooms, single or en suite; 1st.
2d and 3d floors; with good oM Virginia
board; convenient location; reference. 101 1
M st. nw. sel6-3t
FOR RENT 2 desirable fur.com. rooms
in new bay-window bouse, 510 M nt.;
for gentlemen; delightful location. OWN
FOR RENT Unrur.. 1322 13th st
uv., near Iowa Circle, 3d story unfur.
1 3 rooms and ba II room: bay win do wa; large
closets; also dining room and kitchen; m. i.
FOR RENT Nicely far. front rooms for
one or more persons, with or without
board; private family: convenient to de
partments; reasonable rates. 1113 Cth
st. nw. sel0-7t
FOR RENT Two second floor fur. or
unfur. communicating moms; bath on
same floor; reasonable. 47 st. nw.
FOR. RENT Furnished rooms, en suite
or single, with first-class board; hot
water heating; best location. 924 New
York ave. nw. sell-7t
FOR RENT Very desirable fur. rooms;
single or en suite; private family; cl
ient location. 1347 L at. nw. se!0-7t
FOR RENT Elegant parlor floor; 3
rudis ueiii, light, buth on same floor,
$16. 1 20 D st. no. se!5-2t
FOR RENT-Unfur. rooms; entire S
floors; 3hali rooms: 2 tlotcts, bath, heat
and gas; one-halt block from cable ran;
FOR RENT 1008 II St. nw; furnished
nnd unfurnished rooms. sel3-7t
FOR RENT For gentlemen who are
particular, large, handsomely furnished
rooms at cheapest rates; third floor room.
$9: refs. 1522 Oth St. nw. se!4-7t
FOR RENT Furnished front room;
Rcntleman preferred: $10 In advance;
Belt and cable cars. 018 Vs. ave. sw.
FOR RENT $4JH a week for good
ItoanTand room, front and back; splen
did location. 716 12tlisr. nw. set3-7t
FOR RENT A large handsomely fur
hUhed second story front room: also
third story back room; centrally located;
moderate rent; very desirable; references
exchanged. lillGlst.nw. te!5-3t
FOR RENT 307 C st. nw., six hand
somely -furnished front Dionis, single or
en suite, wltb or without board; centrally
located: table board first-class. sol4-3t
Total for week 21 8,7 1 9
Greatest Circulation in Washington.
FOB BENT BOOMS.
FOR RENT 2 unfur. communicating
room, on id rioor; bay window; back
porch: hath same rioor; suitable ror light
housekeeping: hcrdlcs pass door. 2 14 1 1 tit
st.se.: heat and gas. $12. tc!G-2t
FOR RENT Fur. room nnd board ror
1 or J gentlemen. Apply No. 6 Mki. ne.
FOR RENT Fur. or unrur. room at
80G I st. nw. It
FOR KENT At 911 1st st.nw.. en
tire 2d floor of 3 desirable commu
nicating unrur. rooms; water on same
rioor. $15 per month. te!6-6t
FOR RENT 330 I St. nw.. 2 or 3 2d
or 3d floor, rur. or unrur.; new bouee.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with
boarti ; nonse well kept, prices reasonable;
rront and back roonis. single or en suite.
Xo. 1710Get.nw. It
FOR RENT- Onefurnlshed front room,
siiiuihio for one or two gentlemen.
Apply 020 O st,nw. sel6-3t
FOR RENT To one or two gentlemen,
n l.inre. ierv pleasant, well-furnished
room In well-appointed house; rent, $18
per month. 728 Oth st.nw. it
FOR RENT 2 unfur. rooms, with con
necting bath, heat, and gas. 705 I St.
FOR RENT Large front room; nicely
fiirnlsued. 1116 Pa. ae., opp. Wll
binl's. sel 6-7 1
FOR RENT Nicely fur., 2d story front
room: south and east exposure all
mod. Imps.: cat and clean; home comforts;
ref.: rent cheap. 35 M SU nw. tcl5-3t
FOR RENT 908 K st. nw. 3
2 front, with bath on 2d floor;
family; no cnuureu.
FOR RENT Three rooms, 2d floor;
new lioue; heated by hot water; use
of lKitli. with gas for lighting; suitable for
1 Ight housekeeping. 234 N st.nw. tc!4-3t
FOR RENT Rooms suitable for Lusl
uc.s: also a flat for light housekeep
ing. at60412thsLnw. sel 4-3t
FOR RENT Two large cumfortably
rurnUhed rooms, on third rioor, nt a
reasonable price; gentlemen prelerreri;
will rurnUn breakfast or board. 1121
10th st. nw. se!4-3t
FOR RENT Neat furnished rooms,
2d and 3d floors, with large closets in
all: home comforts; reasonable rates.
815 llth St. n. w. sel4-5t.
FOR RENT 3 untarnished rooms, m.
1., ror lignt housekeeping. No. 5 Lnw.
FOR RENT A large rrontro.im;cheer-
FOR RENT Cheap, part ot nicely fur
nished 9-room house, with piano. In
quire 2308, drug store, before 2 p.m.
FOR RENT Neat, weD-kept and.
lighted hall room, newly papered; solt-
able for gentleman only; $6 jer month.
927 I St. nw. sel5-7t .
FOR RENT 725 6tU st. nw.. fur-
hlslied second story front smanback
room and back, parlor. sel 5-2 1
FOR RENT 29 R st. nw., 8 rooms
and bath; new house; all modern con
veniences: south front; rent moderate.
Also 909 10th st se.; 8 rooms; $12.
EDWARD KERN. 27 K st sel4-3t
FOR RENT Very desirable furnished
front room: beat, bath, gas; private
family; cars pass; refs. ex.; rent $6 per
month. 824 1st St. nw. sel 4-4 1
FOR RENT 3 unrurnished rooms, seo
ond rioor, with bath, gas and heat.
Apply 616 E Bt..nw. sel4-tt
Tfft-R -ln'TsI'7r .
"T- .Tw ? B . .. .n
Kirss ana secona uoars isss
llth st. nw.
ROOMS AND BOARD
WANTED-Boonj and board for $13 a
Kunmu; give uc9iioo. Auarcss too
aTusaridan at. rsr.
sxurvB. rrr. a. V.WsshlDirton'a oldest ea
tauttfaed andUrHaBbre clairvoyant and
medium, who teU you all things and bow to
avoid all trouble; also how lo retain has bend
or lover. It In search of trnthfnl advice
consult him on aitauairs. lie win not oe
ceive or mislead you and guarantees satis
faction to all wh.i seek his advice. Fee-
Rn rnt nnnrm. to a. m. u a n. ni onen
Sundays. 489 B St., bet. 4 1-2 and 6th
PERSONS wishing to engage an ex
perienced and skillful nurse, address
NURSE, Ihls ofrice. sels-3t
YOTJ'LL have to buy a safe to keep It
In why, the money you will save ou an
elegantcustora-madesult"but little worn,"
at a. llgure that will "knock yon silly."
JUSTH'S OLD STAND. C19 P St. nw.
ZF TOO have houses for rent or sale let
me have them, as I have applications
right along. 8.CARR, 1355 Md. avene.
MME. FRANCIS. Washing Wn's
most twipulur medium, will resume busi
ness September 16, and will be glad to meet
her many rrlenda and patrons, at 324 East
Capitol at,; sittings dally, 9 to 9, 26c and
THE Wonderful Remedy. Cancers cured
without knife, pain or pay until cured;
also carboncles, piles, dropsy, by PROF.
MARTIN RILEY. 4H7 Pa. nv. nw. dt-ocS
MASSAGE And electric treatment
given by Mrs. Lewis. 702 9tb n. w.
House open from 9 a. m. to 0 p. m.
J. T. WALKER 99NK. 204 lOUist
nw.. carpet llnlnerelts. fire brick and
clay, asbestos, paint, brushes, lime, cement,
twoand three-ply roofing nintenaLpr21tf
THE "3 DATS" CURE FOR MEN.
This remedy cu res ln3days or nnchaxge.
Consullatlnd free. 0)r. MrKF.KHAN. 716
12th st. nw. 1 sell-7t
lo know that
jonn ii. c
cCarthy. undertaker anil
.mliiin.r nntil recentlv with Georee
W. Wise, la located at 3335 M st,. George
town. D. 0 set 1-71
M:m:E. PERRIN Scientific palm- j
istry: truest oesuuy reaoer oi cne age;
erenu of past and t future revealed with
wonderful accuracy; hoius 10 to 9. 615
19th st nw., bet. E-ond F.
SBO to S100 a month. To make S60
to S100 n month this fall and winter
learn now nt half winter rates the
easy, profitable branch of urt I teach.
TEACHER. 806 llth st.nw. se!2-7t
DR. TAYLOR. OOG F st nw.. makes
full sets ot trcth ror $5; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling. $1; amalgam. BOc. se-l-tf
Sworn Circulation of The
Monday, September 9 .M ... . 30,784
Tuesday, " 10 31,191
Wednesday, " 11." 31,569
Thursday, " 2.'.. 38,200
Friday, " 13 ."..7, 31 ,967
Saturday, " 14...- 32,020
Sunday, " 15... - 22,988
LADIES needing conlidentLil treat
ment. A safe and sure relief In all
female trouble, constipation, irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium hnbll, ristula,
etc Sepjrate rooms for patients before
and during confinement, and find homes
ror Infants If required Strictly confiden
tial. MRS. DR. RENNER. 16 Fourth sL
ne.. near 11 Capitol st., Washington, D. C.
MME. ESTELLE tcRs all the events
of life In German and English; hours,
9 a. m. to 10 p. nx; 25 and 50 cents;
cures all cases of running or dry sores.
913 l'jth st. nw. au30-lm
EGYPTIAN Gypsy heventh daugh
ter ot the seventh generation; she can
Ifcke off spells and cause to marry, as well
as tell you the pastaud future; persons call
ngat tho tent next to railroad, will ask for
Take Eckington and Soldiers' Hom
PROF. FANTLEBOT tells the
cents of lire, corn-rets love and brings
back the separated. 1113 Delaware ave.,
bet. Land Alsu-. Hours. IOU16. Sittings,
MME. BROOKE tells all the events
or life: an nusicess confidential; ladies
and gentlemen, 50 rents each; hours, 9 a.
m. to 9 p. m. 605 New York avenue north
west, near Sixth street. sc9-14t
PROPOSALS ror Constructing a
t rame --M.11001 at Ivy City. Olf ice
the Commissioners. D. C, Washington,
D. C, Sepl. 10th, 1895. Sealed proposals
will be received at this olfice until 12 m.
on Monday. Sept. 23d. 1895, rr con
strtutlng a irame school house. Located
u lots 41 , 42, block G, Ivy City. D. C.
Blank lonnsof proposals an J specifications,
together with all necessary information,
can be obtained upon application therefor
at the olficeof the Inspector of Buildings
of the District of Columbia, and bids on
these forms ouly will lie considered. The
rlRht is reserved to reject any and all bids.
Proposals must be Inclosed in an envelope
sealed and --ndor&nl the outside of the
envelope "Proposal for constructing a
frame school housV at Ivy City. D. C"
and addressed to ithe-jCommisstoners, Dis
trict or Columbia. .
selO-Gt . ..Commissioners, D. C.
Yard, WahTiig6ri, D. C September 6,
1895. Sealed proposals endorsed "Pro
povilsforSuppliesfiiMlieNavy Yard. "Wash
ington, D. C, to be opened laeptembcr 24,
1895." will be received at the Bureau of
Supplies and Accounts. Navy Department,
Washington. D. C.i'orllil 12 o'clock coon,
immediately thereafter, to furnish at the
Navy Yard, Washington, D. C.a quantity of
steel rails, angle- bars, spikes, lumber, pack
lug, pipe and pipe fittings, and tools. The
ankles must conform to the Navy standard,
and pass the usual naval Inspection. Blank
proposals will be rurnlshed upon application
to the Navy Yard, Washington, D. C. The
attention of manufacturers and dealers Is
invited. The bids, all other things being
equal, decided by lot. The Department
reserves the right to wale deretts, or to
to tho Government. EDWIN STEWART,
Paymaster Gencral.U. S.N.
PROPOSALS FOR SOIL AND MANURE.
Office of Building for Library of
Congress. 14S East Capitol street, Wash
ington, D. C, September llth, 1895.
Sealed proposals for furnishing and deliver
ing about l.bOO cubic yards of surface
soil and about 400- cubic yards of manure
for the approaches of the Building for the
Library .of Congress, in this city, will be
received at this office untlLTWO O'CLOCK
P. M-. on WEDNESDAY, the TWENTY
FIFTH day of Septemlier. 189B,and opened
immediately thereafter in presence of
bidders. Specifications, general instruc-1
lions and conditions,- ami blank tonus of
proposal may be obtained on application,
totblsofflce. BERNARD R. GREEN.
(Superintendent and Engineer
ell-13-10-18 20 23 a nt. .
a red-letter meetlnz of L A. 6341 . K.
of L.. this evening at 609 F st. nw. at
7J0 p. m. sharp; business of Importance;
every member expected to attend. By
order of Executive Board. It
SPECIAL NOTICE Artesian weB
drilled, any desired depth In earth or
rock: air shafts sunk: eotmdlnn made. 8.
BAKING business all In first-class
running order; fine trade: good stand:
long lease: must be sacrificed: come quick.
T. O. ANDERSON ACO- Beat Estate and
Business Exchange. 907 o at. nw. se!3-tf
Is hereby given that William H. Walker,
carrying on the grocery business at Noa.
046 and 948 Louisiana avenue northwest,
this city, has executed to me an assign
ment for the benefit of his creditors. An
persons indebted to the said Walker -are
requested to make settlement of their In
debtedness to me or my representative,
Mr. A. T. Walker; and all persona having
to rile them with me. LEON TOBRINER,
Eaulty Building, 317 4 l-2st-nw. sol 1-6 1
September 9. 1986.
FOB SALK HOUSES.
FOR SALE-New bay -window, press
brick. 9 rooms and bath; m. 1.: location
nw.: 16x100 ft. alley; electric bells and
lighting; $4,500; a bargain. JAMES O.
JESTER. 039 Fst-nw" se!6-2t
FOR SALE Press brick-7 rooms and
Lulu, cellar; furnace; 6tb St., near
E. Cap.;- 19x96 to- 30 ft. paved alley;
$4,500; a bargain. JAMES G. JESTER.
FOR SALE A splendid 8-room housef
press brick front; new; street cars pass
the door; can be bought ror $3,100; $200
cash; balance, $20 per month; Including In
terest. S. CARR. 1355 Md ave. ne. sel4-3t
FOR SALE Cheap, centrally located
property. $4,200; rented $29 per mo.;
H st. nw.. between 4tli and "5th sts. nw..
and on Mass. ave. also; .easy terms; 7
rooms and back building. CHAS. A.
SHIELDS, 1405 Fst-nw. ' sel4-3t
FOR SALE 27 R st. nw.; new bouse;
10 rooms and bath; south front: large
yard to 20 font alley; built tor owner's use;
a bargain; terms to suit. OWNER, 27 R St.
FOR SALE o r rent. 3-story brick duell
ing; 11 roonis- 212 N. Cap. St. Ap
ply owner. 214 N. Cap, st. se!4-3t
FOR SALE-136 N st. se.. for $1,060.
Look at, tn Is house; 6-room brick: water,
sewer, and gas: front street; only 20 min
utes' to Center Market; $50 cash: $13 per
month. Title perfetl. JOHN F. BONO
HOK. 308 E. Cap, st. tell-Gt
FOB BENT HOUSES.
By JAMES (3. JESTER,
ta FSLN. W.
1700 :9th n w (comer), completely fur..$10O
SOa O st n w, corrplately lurniihej 75
215 C st nw, 10 r b Jii.ro , F n-r. 6 r b, m I Jl&W
esiMdarnclOrb -MtotrObEsw (coL)..... 14.50
i-OIlllUinw.Iilrb. aro l11ercenir(col). liSO
2113 1'a srnw.9 rb SO iu SGirfurJ'sct se,4r S90
1SU 1st nw, 8 r b.. 3.00 4 Blagden's ai nw,
I 4r aso
42S M st so, store sod 6 rms (corner). ..tlS.00
SUM Vt sro nw, store room only 12.40
Desirable office rooms, E97 La are nw, ( to flu.
Rear 2011 llth s:nw, 3 stalls 15.00
FOR HENT No. 68 D st. ne.. brick
house; t rooms and liath: cellar: a. m. i.
$22 00. S. CARM0DY. 339 1st st. ne.
FOR RENT 2 elegant houses at Brook-
Uiki; neated by furnace: hot and cold
water; large lots; plenty uf shade: $30 and
$27.50 per mouth. GRACE M. THOMAS,
100 Corcoran Building. sel B-3t
FOR RENT-006 3d, near Pension
Office, lo-room bay window brick;
largeyard. Key6143dst. te!5-3t
FOR RENT $20.50, 1114 and' 1149
1st st. nw.. H rooms: also 34 and 36
E st. nw., 7 rooms; cheap bouses. W. C
$35 Oil 17ih St., one square north of
Mass. ave.; brick house; 9 rooms and bath;
all mod. Imps.; newly papered and painted;
keys corner grocery.
$50 Those new buff brick and stone
houses corner 21st and O nw.; 9 rooms and
bath; elegantly decorated; every conven
ience; healed by hot water; fashionable sec
lion. $302009 Porlner Place; comparatively
new brick: 6 rooms, cellar and bath; in per
$60 Reduced from $75; 1327 10th
st. nw.: new brick and stone residence; 12
rooms nnd tiled bath: butler's pantry; back
6tainvay; all fittings of the finest; hot
water heat; keys at drug store
FOR RENT Cheap: neat houses. No.
2918 7th st. $12; No. 2920 $13.50;
each has five rooms and cello." and stable.
Inquire or J. CHESTER, room 19, Law
rcuce building. 615 14th st.nw. sel0-6t
FOR RENT 1240 Duncan st. ne.. 7
rooms: ail modem improvements, near-
Iv new. $15.30. JOHN W. MORRIS. 614
F st. se!0-7t
FOR RENT No. 29 R st. nw.; 8
rooruj and bath; all latest conveni
ences; south front, large yard, moderate
tent. Also 6-ruom bouse on 10th sL se.,
near cable cnr. $12 per month. ED
WARD KERN. 27 R St. nw. sel 1-6 1
FOR RENT Two beautiful houses, 6
rooms and bath; Nia. 1736 and 1738 V
st nw.; very reasonable. W. M. YAGER
& Co.. Ohio Bank Building-. scl2-4t
STS. OO 2000 F St. nw.; lo-roo-a
brick: a. m. I.; furmsned complete. C
T. YODER. 615 E8U nw.
S4S.50-120 E at. nw.:
C7T. YODER. 615 E st
IK.OO 1420 Oth st. nw.
C. T. YODER, 616 Est n-
8 r., b.;
S32.GO 31 to 320 N. C. averse.; 9t
a. m. L; new. C. T. YODER, 615 E st
No. 1309 14th st nw.. 10 n.
No. 1311 14th stnw.,10 rs.
Nc. 1201 Rhode Island ave. nw.,ra.
No. 1203 Rhode Island ave. nw. ,6 re.
No. 1203 Q r' nW 10 re.
No. 1602 Vermontave.nw..n0rs.
Above houcer are in elegant repair and
have the latest ranltary plumbing.
- A. UEITMUELLER & CO..
BC5-14t 1333 14th at.
BO A B PINO.
GOOD room and" excellent board. $4 per
207 Penn. aye. nw,
FOR SALE Modern Victor bicycle;
orldge irame; pneumatic tire: good con
dition: fl6 cash; bargain. Apply Room 18.
Warder Building. 9lh and F nw. telO-lt
FOR SALE A bargain; pair uf dia
mond earrings: perfect stnnes, weighing
one karet each; party leaving city. Ad-
one karet each: nartv leavlns
uress jsAtt.t..i, mis onice.
FOR SALE 3 black and tan female ter
riers: thoroughbreds, very small; will
sellcheap. Addre3?C.L.B.,thisofflce. It
GAS ENGINE 1-borse power Otto;
a bargain if told at or.ee; in cpemUbn
at 937 I'a. ave. Leave otter in envelope.
Also Electric Molor, 16-borse power, T.
A H., at Central National Bank. Leave
offer with engineer. ie!6-2t
FOR SALE A solid-tire Psycho
lamp and bell, for $12. 76 K st nw.
FOR SALE Shifting top cut-under
surrey; first-class condition; hargalu.
No. 624 K St. nw. Bel6-3t
FOR SALE A counter; marble top;
suitable ror confectionery or barroom.
Call 470 K st sw. tel6-3t
FOR SALE Fine trap $40. pony cart
$16i 2 Daylona $15, 4-year-old mare
$25: must be sold. 1328 H st 8el5-3t
FOR SALE Grocery doing good busi
ness, cheap for cash: other business.
445 N. Y. ave. - sel4-6t
FOR SALE We have left with us
horses, wagons, traps, surreys, buggies,
that we areorriered to sell; no limit on them;
callatonce. 927Dstnw. sel4-lru
FOR S ALE-Fine walnut bedroom tur
uliure auda mattresses cheap 616
P st nw. sel4-7t
FOR SALE-Cheap, la rge saddle pony,
perfectly gentle: will work In harness;
8 yea 1 old. 939Qstsw. se!4-3t
FOR SALE First-class wood and coal
yardiu nw., doing a good cash busi
ness, cheap for cash. Address COAL, this
FOR SALE A small-sized iron safe In
good condition. GEO. BANCROFT A
CO.. 604-606 5lh st nw. sel 1-7 1
FOB SALE SUBUKBAN.
FOR SALE A charming little prop
erty at a Ot-pot on U and P. R. It
at convenient distance from the city;
nice new cottage, large grounds In grass,
bandsontSy lenced: amndnntand surerlor
vater: a very unusual bargain. A. J.
SCHWARTZ. No 605 Oth st nw. sc!5-7t
FOR SALE-GRACE M. THOMAS.
Room luO Corcoran Building, isofferlng
some most desirable lots In BrooUand for
FOR SALE Cheap; Avalon Heights;
lot 13, block G. Incruira of owner. 218
10th St. nw. sel2-7t
FOn RENT STOHE.
FOR RENT Store No. 614, corner 15th
and Teun. ave. ne.. wltb 7 rooms ar.d
cellar. $10 50 per month. T. J. DIEU-
D0NNE. Ohio National Bank Building.
se 1 5-3t
"WANTED Old or new carpets to lay;
work guaranteed; charges reasonable;
I will cueerlully give estimates for re
laying carpets or any description; drop
postal J.A.TARUY.942Estuw. sel6-7t
LESS ONS given I n drawing, oil. crayon.
pastel. $3 per month, it call this
month. Studio. 1237 Pa. ave. nw.. on
second floor front. se!5-3t
SPANISH i" tle mcFt beautiful of all
languages and the easiest to learn; you
can read, write, and converse In twenty
lessons Address ESPANOL, this office.
FREE consultation. Do you tuffer
rrom any of these: Constipation, dys
pepsia. Jaundice, palpitation, sick head
ache, vertigo, hiccough, nicking cough,
swelling of the feet ard ankles, or epilepsy?
Po-ltive relief aLd cure DIt T. E. LEE,
1322 14lu st. nw. 9.30.to 5.30.
I sel 5-1 4 1
FOR RENT 1 acrufann, fronting on
Electric It. It. house, barns, shade:
verj reasonable to good tenant: stock and
tools for sale Address W. LJLIGHTBOWN.
3dC. J. CTJRRY SONS, contracting
bricfclaTers, olid 13W st nw.jestimates
furnished for all branches of brickwork
Jobbing promptly attended to; 25 years
experience; satistaction guaranteed or no
charge. sel5- L.
SZ.fSO per thousand will be paid for
postal cards spoiled in addressing or
by printing on either side, but unmalled.
Applv. stating number and bow spoiled.
rOSTAL. this office. Sel4-3t
JTTST RECEIVED Fine lot young Cu
ban parrots, guaranteed to talk; also
monkeys, canaries, mucking birds, gold
n-h. dogs, and Taney pigeons. SCHMID'S,
712 12ih st nw., branch 1221 Fa. ave.
LAOTC Curtains laundered by bancTy
an experienced woman at 60 cents a
oair: aoantlties at reduction. 1.0. 15 tr
"GOOD TIMES"-The Times is right
We are adveru-Ing with good results
MATCHETT A CO. never disappoint. Send
them your printing; 310 10th st. nw.
sel 0-7 1
WE don't care to do "cheap" "slop"
priming, and most everybody knows
tt and they know we don't care who knows
it Prices right. M. W. M00RE Gen.
Man.. Law Reporter Company, 518 5th
it nw. au22
LOST Male pug; answers to name of
"Rover." Please return to 117 llth
St. ne. ard receive liberal reward. It
LOST Saturday eve., star-shaped gold
111eu.1l. wall name 01 owner, date 1693
and name of school ou it: very valuable to
owner. Reward ttreturnedto Washington
and Georgetown R. R. office, Georgetown,
p. C. ae!6-2t
LOST Friday morning, a pair of gold
spectacles; lcH cither in Kann's dry
goodx house or on wav to ("cuter Market
Rewanl it returned to 1516 L st nw.
LOST About noon, on or near Penn.
R. it. tracks, roll of bills containing
S3i. Finder please return and receive re
ward ot E. S. SP1NKS, 321 I stse.
LOST Stick pin. leaf with diamond cen
ter. Sunda v. bet N. Y. ave. and 1 0th st.
7th and Ma-s- ae. nw. Reward It left
at McKucw's. 933I'a.avc. nw.
TH01LAS D0WLING. AUCTIONEER.
612 E ST. NW.
On TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER SEVEN
TEENTH, ot TEN O'CLOCK A. M, I will
sell, at public auction, the entire contents
ot a first-class machine shop, as a whole
or separate, formerly owned by R.J. Shep
herd, deceased, at 211 12th st. nw. Now
opja 'or Inspection. A. R. SHEPHERD.
sel 4-4 1 Administrator.
!OB BENT FLATS.
FOR RENT F'ats of 4 and 5 rooms
cadi, besides bath, steam heat, gas
range, all In fiood order. Inquire at 208
st. nw. se!6-8t
A Prediction Hemurkably Fnlf llled.
A remarkable story Is circulating in Fair
field in connection with the recent sudden
death of C. G. Carletun. ot Wntervllle As
the Dexter Gazette hears It. Mrs. R. W.
Woodman, of Saccarappa, a medium, was
consulted nbuut four weeks ago by some one
Interested in a will in whk-u.theGetchells.of
Clinton, are cuncerned., and asked It she
could tell whether the mailer would ever be
settled and satisfactory to- the questioners.
The answer was that It would be settledat
an early clay, and that the man who bad
been instrumental In the delay would pass
out "as'qulckas that." and she snapped her
finger by way of illustration. WRhln two
wcek3 Mr. Carictondled, and those who tell
the story say (bat be was the man who had
prevented the speedy settlement they bad
Have you rooms to ront? A Times
Want "Ad" wUlUlI tbeta promptly.
II W 1ST B9SKSS flidl
No trouble to sell. All
we want is bargains to
Of course wa still have many
eood places nnsolo but at the
rate-we sro rtltHYfing of lasta
they will soon be an gobbled up.
It costs you nothing unless we
make a sale for you.
LIST YOUR PLACE AT
T. 0. ANDERSON & CO.,
Real Estate and Businees Exchange,
907 G St. N. W.
COME to the front Will go into paying
project with right man. putting in $2
to bis 1 ami exiiericncc: mall answer tcv
day. WESTERNER, thle office. It
WANTED-Lady or gent wltb $30, as
liartner in boarding' and room-rentiDa;
business: good chance for caterer. Address
VA.. this office. se!6-3t
FOR SALE Cornerstore and dwelling
III mv fIWflf. clnr. ntvl T. mrm
$5,000; rented $20.
JAMES O. JESTER.
nan t St. nv.
WANTED-A partner with $250, la
coal rmsn.ess. Address R. L., this of-
A CHANCE for a business man A
large score and dwelling of seven rooms
and bath, been renting ror forty dollars
per month, will sell you at a bargain, as I
need some money. Smallcashpaymentand
twenty dollars per month. Rent will pay
for place. Tbst is a rare chance for tb
right man. Call and sector jo-ortclf. OWN
ER. Noo. 1025 7th st. ne. sel 5-61
Now is, tbe Time to Buy or Sell
We are disposing or tlu-m at a great pace.
Why? Because we only list bargains, and
when we show an intending purchases'
our list wecannot fall to make a deal.
BRING YOUR BUSINESS PLACES to us,
make the prices low, and we guarantceoa
a quick sale. All business strictly confi
dential. T. O . ANDERS ON A C O.,
Real Estate and Business Exchange, 907
G street northwest
FOR SALE-Saloon. 725 7th st. nw.
v ALlr.tt GOETZINGER, Administra
INVENTORS wnl rind It convenient
ior them to call at Carl A iter's Mechani
cal Lalioratory. Special attention given
in construction or fine machinery. Terms
very moderate. 2J3Estne seI2-7t
The Suicide Watt Interrupted In IIU
I was going down to Staten Island tba
other day when a sCedy-genteel young mas
with a Ionesomeexpresslon of countenance,
who bad sat near theaillng on tbe upper
deck, suddenly began, removing his shoes
and outer garments, says tbe New York
Recorder. Of course tbe people around bins
were excited, but he gave tbem no atten
tion. When be was aboutready toleapovex
one of tbe ferry policemen came sauntering
up and said:
"You, there, put sin your coat and vest!
The young man donned the articles men
tioned, and therricer continued:
"Now pat on your shoes."
In a couple irt minutes toe-shoes were on
and then tbe officer said: - -
"Now, ynu sit down back there and stay
there, or 171 heave you overboard."
"Can't a feller commltsulcide If he wants
to?" muttered the young man.
"Of course he can, but you don't want to.
This is about the tenth time ynu have gone
to all this fussing, and yet you haven't
jumped in. You make me tired, you W'
'Do you really intend to commit suicider
I asked of the young man a few minutes
-Certainly, I intend to!" he repUed.
"But change your mind every time, eh?
"Yes. People begin to coax and argue
with me and one and another hands me a
quarter, and so I decide to live on. Hacg
that bloke of an officer. He beat me out of
at least two big dollars right here and hurt
my feelings besides! You'd have given me
a quarter to stop, wouldn't you?"
"I was about to offer you a dollar."
"Look at that! And the crowd would
liave raised three or roar more! Lucklsnof
fur me, and I might as well go uptowa
and let an ice wagon run over me!"
Baby 1'rlnco Edward.
These are the latest Items of news I can
Impart about the future King. There
could be no nicer baby, nor one more bright
and forward, considering that he has only
Just commenced his first year. Of society
lie has already seen a good deal, and Is al
ways taken down to thedrawing room twice
a day. In the evening lie wears silk slips
of different colors covered with lace, and
shoes to match. It Is quite a source ot
amusement to the dwellers-In York house
that the bahy is far more affable to Its
rather than mother. Indeed, the little
fellow already shows likes and dislikes.
When Mrs. Glad-tone-recently called he
assaulted her with Infantile violence,
and, notwithstanding all the coaxing en
treaties or bis nurse, dealt out U0W3 with
his tiny fists. Mrs. Gladstone laughed
heartily, and tells tbe story as a capital
one to her friends. Baby, by the way, is
accompanied on his walks by a policemaa.
A Horse Weed tbe Ourden.
nenry Moore, a planter Jiving near Engle
wood. Pa., has a valuable riding hors?; Kit,
-which he has (rained to do light garden
work in a unique way when not on duty un
der the saddle.
When Kit was a young colt he had the mis
fortune to sprain his knee la racing and run
ning about the pasture, aad to give him care
ful alteution and -Ueep him well out of barm's
way his master pat him In the garden to
take things easy till his recovery. Moore's
garden, like the average one In this section,
sometimes gets overrun -with cocoa grass,
and, having occasion to chop it out pretty
frequently, he hit upoa'n plan by -which be
might be relieved ot this almost ecdlesa
work during Kit's confinement. The colt
has always seemed remarkably quick and
Intelligent, and with a very little training
Moore taught him to pull grass as cleverly
and neatly as It could be done by hand. In a
short while Kit wasengaged as regular gar
dener, as II were, keeping (he Beds as clean
as the floor and plliirj the grass In the walks,
lo lie removed by barrows. Fultadrlpoks
Nothing More? to- Srty.
John Fayni tells of a monic who, having
to preach upon St. James Day. and being
implored not to be so long-winded as usual,
good-naturedly consented. He mounted the
pufpltand thus addressed the congregation:
"My bretbreb. three montlui ago I preach
ed a eulogy upon tbe saint whose festival
you this day celebrate. As I doubt not
you were all wry attentive to me. and
as I have not learned that he has done any
thing: In the meantime. I have nothing to
add to what I said on a former occasion."
..- - vt.