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tHE EVEyPTQ TIMES, TUESDAY, JSOVJ&muSB, 12, 1895.
JPTTBr.T.C SALE OF OLD MATERIAL
at the Naval Proving li round, Indian
Head. Md. Navy l'epartiiieul. Washington.
. C. October 22. 1895. In accordance
with llie provisions ot the second section
of the act or Congress, appni veil August
6, 1882. Statutes at Large, vol. 22, page
896, awl the "act making appropriations
for the naval service Tor the riscal year
rmlnig June 30, 18H1. and for other pur
poses," approved June 30, 1890, there
will be sum nt llie Naval Proving Urpund,
Indian Hcail. Sid.. November 15, 189B,
certnln material belougtng to the navy
condemned as uuflt for use therein, consist
ing of 213 tons, more or less. Harveylzed
uicklc steel; 21 r lous, more or less, ulekle
steel: 30 tons, more or less, steel: 29 tons,
more or less, armor piercing projectile
steel, and 9 tons, more or less, of cast Iron
shell. The sale will be for cash to the
highest bidder for each lot. by sealed pro
posals. Schedules containing rnrms or
proposals may be obtained on application
at the orrice or the Iuspw tor of Ordnance,
Naval Proving tirouud. Iwllau Head. lid.
The proposal must be In duplicate. In
closed in an envelope indorsed "Proposals
for purchase of condemned material, to
be opened November 10, lb'J5. and ad
dressed to the Inspector of Ordnance,
Naval Proving Ground, Indian Hind. lid.
Proposals iiiua reach theorflce not later
than 3 "i loct p. m. on November 1 r, 1SU5.
when bids -will be public!) opeued. A de
posit or 20 per cent of the totnl amount
of each bid must accompany 11 as security
for the payment or the balance and the
removal or the material willilii sixiy days
after dale or acceptance of bid. A deposit
of the full amount of bids t $50 00 or
less mukt aci ooipany the lilds. This de
posit will be forfeited to the United States
in eveut or failure to jiay such balance
and. make removal within the time staled.
The material' awl articles will be sold as
they lie and must be nmned during navy
yard hirs without expense to the govern
ment. The right to reject any or all bids Is
reserved. W. McADOO, Acting Secretary
of the Navy. 4t-nol,6.8,12
THE COLUMBIAN TJXI". BHSITY.
The InauKuratioD of the Iter, llenaiah L.
Whitman. U. 1)., as president of the Colum
bian University will take place on Friday
evening, November ID, at 8 o'clock. In Con
vention Hall. Addresses will he delivered by
The Rev. .Samuel H. Greene. U. 1)., LL. I.
vii president Columbian University.
The Hev. Augustus 11. Strong, l. D., LL.
C president of Rochester Theological Semi
nary. The Hev. FrancisL.Pallon, D.D., LL-D.,
president Princeton University.
Inaugural address, by President Benalah
Invitations, with reserved seats, can be
obtained at llie Columbian University on
and after Wednesday the 13th.
ROBERT H. MARTIN.
ORDERED: That the tecoud para
craoii or section one of article four of
the Pof'ce Ucg-ilatlons in and lor the Dis
trict or Columbia, is hereby amended so as
to rend as lollows: The Market Master
or the W holesale Market is directed to as
sign under such regulations as rpuy be es
tanlUIusI by the Commissioners of the Ilis
trist of Columliia, spaces or stands on the
sidewalk next to the curb on thesouthside
of North list reet, bet weenTent hand Twelfth
streets wtst. in tiiecity of Washington, Dis
trict or Columbia, to rarmirs and gardeners
who bring larm produce of tlcir own rais
ing for f ule at retail on said street. No per
son, or iiersons. shall sell, olfir for sale, or
expose lor sale from tucli spaces, or stands,
any (arm. or garden produce, without hav
ing first I'ad a space so assigned to him
or them for that purposcto be t videlicet! by
a written permit signed by the Market
Master of the Wholesale Market. JOHN
W. K03S. lihOKUE TRUESDELL. CIIA8.
F. POWELL. Commissioners of llie IHs
trlct of Columbia. no-9-11-12.
TO EXCHANGE for a truck farm
A Hue 111 room dwelling on F, near 2d
sc tie. It. II. RUFFIN, cor. lOtli and F sts.
SO CENTS down: home comforts easily
obtained: how? See personals. It
SIO.-Reliable mechanic can pay rent.
0 months or longer, li worfceach month
at odd times, improv ing and rej'ai ring com-
rortaoic u-rooni couage at iinguon, u.
v., near station
Calf on owner at
LACE Curtains laundered at 35c. a
pair: mall orders promptly attended to.
No. 25. F st. nw. noll-2t
DHESSMAKING-WiStti St. sw.
stviifti suits. iJ.Z-0 and up; fit and
finish first i lass.
FIRE-PROOF" safes, new and second
hand; house vaults ror silverware made
to order. II. 11 Tllll'PE, 9J5 l St. nw.
no 1 0-7 1
RCSHTON. the reliable shoe repairer,
21 J. l'a. ac. nw., formerly 7lh and
I sts. no8-t
risian stjle; 60
jr retrlmmed; Pa
cents. 623 E st.
JTIST K1.0EIVED Fine lot young Ou
tran parrots, guaranteed to talk; also
monkeys, canaries, moiklng hints, gold
fish. dogs. end fac-y pigeons SCUMID'S,
712 12tli sc nw.. bnimh 1221 Pa ave.
GUNS. Killed. Revolvers, loading tools,
hunters outfits, watches, jewelry,
KUlt.ii s. -:ins. banjos, mandolins, at about
one-half rcgu'ar dealers' prices at PAWN
SHOP. No. 1009 E st. nw. ocl-Gmo
"WANTED To buy 2d-li.uid light de
Tnerv wagon on installments; must be
cheap II. It. C. SHOCKEV, 214 F nw.
WANTED-Si'iftoC neatly and quick
ly done at home or at house; skins M.
MRfa.M.E. rKOST.C22Ln.nve. 1 t.em
WAKTED-I want to buy a grocery
counter. S. T.-PALMEIt, 1010 lltli
BO CENTS down: home comforts easily
obtained; how? See personals. It
"WANTED A handsome large. jewelry
dux: iiiiiit be a bargain. Address
JEWEL, tills office. It
WANTED-Second hand sare; give in
side measure and lowest price. SAFE,
this office. no!0-3t
PIANOS-Expert tuning and repair
ing; : M-ars of experience. Address
VICTOR BECKER, 1408 10th St. nw..
personally and by postal. Prompt atten
WANTED Olris to ne self-supporting;
ruarnsa ladies to lessen dressmaking
hills lir learning to tut by Merchant Tailor
Equare: particulars at school, 718 121b
WantedTry Rubber Roor Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREK.
Ad cfisrge imlyfor pslatiac workf usraatesl
hAl.JtimUn.U KOOi" PA1.NT tX). lOil 8tl BW
FO lj .SAL1!- MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE-Fine large latrobe, will
heat three stories: gooil as new. Call
1228 Md. ave. ne. novl2-3t
FOR SALE-I desire to sell my In
terest in mint market, cheap, to accept
position more desirable; mv partner is
good meat cutler. Adilriss BOX 1G, this
FOR SALE-Pork and bacon cutting
buslines in Northern Liberty Market;
extra rise fixtures, tools, etc.; rare chance.
STAND 4 I.I. nol2-3t
FOR SALE Latest style or small
rur cape at a v crv low figure. Address
EXIGENT, this office. It
FOR SALE Watthis and silverware
at nLUioii. morning, afternoon, nnd
evening 1001 Penn. nve. It
FOR SALE Valuable invention; will
sell on lialr interest for a small sum.
Aildres or i-ill at 508 23d st. nw., after
5 p. m . . 1 1
FOR SALE Lunch Bnd dining-room;
doing good business; rent paid up to
8th of December: reason ror selling, ill
health. Addrees BIG BARGAIN, this of
FOR SALE A grocery and meet mar
ket cheap: cash business. Address S.
T. P.. this office It
FOR SALE Does anjon'i want $400
worth or cigars, tobaic Jftud a pood
paying lunch room cheap? If so call 1356
Water st. sw. no!0-3t
FOR SALE-Cheap, on easy terms, a,
Job priniii K office. Address BARGAIN,
this office. nol0-3t
FOR SALE Jesus Christ, portrait,
cameo, solid gokl mountings; also other
fine cameos. 231 Pa. ave. no9-5t-em
ORGAKS. SZB UP,
SX DOWN- SX "WEEK.
SI down and 51 week for any
organ in stock. Greatly reduced
prices. Organs from $25 up. Best
F. G. SMITH. 1225 IM. are, nw.
FOR SALE A small steam launch:
IIcreM.tmir engine and boiler; can be
seen at Killer's boat house. oc8-tf-em
FOR SALE At a sacrifice, a $760
upright btrinway piano at 450 M St.
FOR SALE Best make of Incubators,
brooders and fresh green bone; call
and see the Incubators tn working order.
Bcnmid's Bird and Pet Animal Stores. 712
12th st. nw. aud 1 221 Pa. ave.
erven out: prices reasonable.
CATERER. 1338 H St. nw.
BOARDING 1527 15tb nw. Meals
per week; first-rate board.
I1 snii i
WANTED Boy to work In restaurant.
. jy mil st. se. lt,eni
WANTED-A bright young man in
grocery store to assist with book, col
lect orders, etc.; most be good penman
and live westoristhst. Carcof CA UltlER
28, City P. O.Nw lt.ero
tw a wtwti ftjvenil rood colored bors:
those having bicycles prererred; salary
S2.00 per week. 6CHROT BROS... 481
Mo. ave. no!2-2t
WANTRD-A good barber,
u st. nw,
"WAITED A, young colored man lm-
n.cuiuuiy as cook; must be obliging.
Address 637 N. J. ave. nw. Pol 2-2t
WANTED-10 plasterers on W St.
nw., bet 13th and 14th St. lt
"WANTED Salary paid solicitors ror
Industrial Insurance, by the Guardian
Life InsornnreCompauy. Apply at branch
office. 1311 F tt. nw. It
"WT ANTED Two more men; n grand
success for the right-party; good ap
pearance necessary; settled men pre
ferred: steady employment all winter. Ad
dress ENERUY. this olf Ice. lt
WANTED-" expcrlenceil man for
pressing seams and shrinking on fine
custom pants. Apply to May Building,
7th and E sts. nw., room 17. tl.etn
"WANTED-A good tailor at 1328 N.
JTave. uw. noll-4tem
HELP WAJTTEn FEMALE.
WANTED- Firstlasscook. Call with
references 014 13tU St. nw. lt.ero
XV A. NTRD-Toumt lady foroff ice work;
typewriter owning own machine pre-
ferred. AddressBoxlS.thlaottlcc. no 1 2-2 1
XV ANTED Resncctable, white Prot
estant girl, to do plain cooking and
keen house lor small family; light work and
no washing: one in need of a pleasant and
comfortable home, preferred. A iJnruss, stat
ing terms, MECHANIC, this office.
WAWTED-A white girl to do get?
eral bouse work: must be a cook, washer
and ironer: for family of three, bring ref
erences: and stay at night. Apply at once,
700 4th st. ne. It
WANTED-A competent girl todogen
erul housework and assist with child;
no washing; rels.requlred;muststay nights.
614 0th st. ii w. it
WANTED-A lady canvasser for gen
teel business. Apply between 3 and 5
p. m.. 477 Penn. ave.. 2d-lloor. It
"WANTED A middle-aged widow lady
as housekeeper for widower and- boy
12 j ears old. Call between 8 and 10 a.
m. 1311 V st. nw. noll-3t.cm
WANTED-Respectable white girl to
be useful in family or 4;gootl home; slay
nights. Address HOME, this office.
II ELI WANTED MALE AND
WANTED" To teach rapid business
writing; 3i a month. IVY UISTITUTE
BUSINESS COLLEUE, 8th and K sts. It
"WANTED By colored man, a place as
porter in store or drive or a place as
Janitor; can furnish good rererencu. Call
or address J. G No- 19 Trumblo st. uw.
WANTRD-Bj young colored man,
place to ilo any kind of work. Address
1904 lOlhst-nw. it
WANTED-lientleman, 30 years of
age, speaking English, French and
Italian, wishes some kind of a position;
honest and industrious. Address Q. M.,
this office. nol2-3t
WANTED-Position as coachman in
prnatu ramlly by joung whitu man;
good refs. VONEFF. tills office. It
WANTED-Bj a joung colored man,
situation as porter, helper or drUer.
Addrcssl. W.N.,thiaoffice. noll-3t,em
WANTED-A position as dritcr. or
an thing, for a man who has a family
to supjiort. Address SUl'PORT, this
WANTED- Free! Free! Frecl Me
' ciianics or any kind furnished by us;
also we have a few men suitable for
driving a team or something similar;
best of rers. furnished. WORKl.N'GMEN'a
LIBRARY ANI BUREAU OF LABOR.
Tel.. 2G0. 600 13la st- uw. M.l). bULWK.
WANTED-Situation as cook by col
ored vviiiianiiiprlvatefamily. Address
1139 lGlhst. nw. Ir.em
"WANTED A position as copist. nur
sery, gov. or managing housekeeper.
Address ELIZABETH, this office.
WANTED-Work bv a settled colored
woman, as cook and laundress or cham-
iH-rniaidend walir8;refcrcnces. AddressM.
E. J.. 1432 Corcoran st. nw. It
WANTED-UJ resini table white girl
position as cook in small family. II. w.
B this office. It
guarantee Veil done,
WANTED-Lulu Brown desires wash
ing at her residence. No. 2115 E st
WANTED-Place as waiter in board
house or assist cook or work in private
ramlly. Address Box 9. this orrice. It
"WANTED By joung lady of some ex
perience, with ralr knowledge of short
hand and typewriting, any kind of office
work :wlll work chenp; good refs. Ad
dress VIOLA, this office. it
WANTED-A neat, respectable col
ored woman wants a place as good
cook; can do washing and Ironing; can give
best city refs. Call or write 919 V st. nw.
WANTED-A respectable colored wo
man would like washing to do at home;
good laundress. Please call at 1455 Ver
mont court. nol2-2t
"WANTED By a respectable colored
woman, place as cook. Call 1 119 1 1th
st. nw. Eoll-2t,cm
WANTED-Position as first-class cook
by respectable colored girl; good refs.
1527 15th st.nw.- noll-2f,em
FOR SALE-COOKTBY PHOPERTr.
FOR SALE On very easy terms,
from 1 to o miles from Washington;
20 acres adjoining Arlington neiglits, on
Mt. Vernon Electric railroad: also neural
t racts containing from 1 acre to 100 acres:
improved and unimproved; also 34 acres
to be sold at auction near Arlington on
December 4. The attention or government
employes, mechanics. Investors, specula
tors, nnd business men generally. Is called
to my large list of suburban and farm
property. Call for my map of country,
25 miles nround the District, and large
list or property for sale; free to all callers;
also building lots for $1 per week. Now
is the time to buy: propertv shown free
or charge. JAMES E. CLEMENTS,
noti-lm 1321 F st- nw.
MOSEY WASTED ANI TO LOAN.
W. TC. FULTON'S -vin orflce, 1218
Pa. ave. nw. Established In 1870.
Money loaned on watches, diamonds, Jew
elrv. silverware, etc. Special bargains in
watches. Jewelry, and silverware. uu20 Ufa
MONEY to loan on bonds, stocks, trusts,
loan association certificates, and old
lino Ufa Insurance tinllcies; no delay
YERKES & BAKT
40 to 46MelrernttBlrlg
HfONEV TO LOAN-m large sums,
or as low- as $1,000 at 5 and 6 per
rent on D. C. real estate: also $2r.0.?500,
S750. etc.. nt 6 per cent. WM. H. SAUN
DERS A CO . 1407 F su nw tf
MONET- TO LOAN All classes ot
real estate loaiiR mad with promptness
st curent rates THE McLACHLEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY. cor
ner 10th and G streets nw. m9-tf
WANTED The loan or $8,000 on rirst
class inside property: no agenta. 708
19lh st. - sal2 tt
MONEY to loan at o ana o per cent,
on District of Columbia realty: no delay
If security is satisfactory.
WALTER H ACKER. 704 14lh nw
FOB SALE-HEAL ESTATE.
TO NORTHEAST WASHINGTON This
subdivision Is made in accordance with
the original plan of the city, K, L, M, 2Gth,
28th, and 30th streets running through the
property. It is within 10 minutes walk
or the U street cable line, Mar) land ave
nue, when extended, will greatly shorten
the distance. Lots average 24x136.
This subdivision is nearer to the Capitol
than Dupout Circle, where ground sells
at $10 per square foot. We have decided
to let A few lots go at 5400 each, and ac
cept $10 down and $10 per month, with
out interest, furnishing abstract and deed.
Call for plat and other Information, and
:et us drive you out. Considering loca
tion, nearness to center or city, and size
or lots, this la the cheapest property on the
market to-day either for home sites or
speculation. JOHN F. WAGGAMAN. 700
14th St.. upstairs no2-2wks
W ANTED A B or 6 room modern flat;
convenient-bv 14tsr st. car Una. AdV
woogsn FLAX, tskomea seltHC
FOR RENT To caterer, dining room
and kiU-hen; cheap; entrance on Ha. ave.
Inqnlre2()0Pa. ave. nol2-3t-em
FOR RENT By the lGtli, a flat on 2d
lloor; cuutalnlng 4 rooms, with bath;
or will rent Uieiu suitable to parties. No.
628 I St. tiw. nolg-lt-ein
FOR, RENT2 large front, 2cTfloor
rooms; also 2 singla rooms; with board;
excellent central location- No. 10C0 inn
st. mv., cor. Mass. ave. nol2-3l-eiu
FOR RENT 1221 N. Y. ave. nicely
tur. rooms, southern exposure, with or
without board. nol"-7teni
FOR RENT 211 3d st. nw. centrally
located; neatly fnrnlshed room; mod-
erato rent. It
21 lud. ave. ad flour, 4 rooms, partially
fur., if desired: nicely heated; gas and
nse of bath: for light housekeeping, or
otherwise; central, between City Hall and
TWO iront rooms: furnished complete;
cooking utensils; dishes: gas: heat; bath;
organ: S14 per month. 301 loth s w rear
FOR RENT 13 N. J. ave. uw., fur
nished room: $3 per month; for gentle
Two rooms; furnished neatly. 05
New Jersey ave. nw. no!2-2t
FOR RENT Kitchen ami dining-room,
458 C St. nw.; bouse full of roomers;
rare cbaoco for a caterer; gas, and heat
FOR RENT A large, well-fur. 2d
floor front room suite; 1 or 2 gents;
also another nice room; $10 per month.
728 9th st.nw. It
FOR RENT 1 furnished front mom;
southern exposure: heat and tight:
suitable for two gentlemen; $10, or $8
lor one. o. w. uir. au ana lisi. ne.
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished cominiml
catlng rooms, on first-floor; with every
convcnlece for housekeeping; with two
large yards; near Gov't Print. Office. 66
K st. nw. nol2-2t
FOR RENT No. 1220 Mass. ave. nw,
three rooms, 2d-floon housekeeping
FOR RENT Furnished and unfur
nished rooms: reasonable; light and
steam heat. 414 GUi st. nw. It
FOR RENT Convenient to Govern
ment Printing Office: 2dtory moms,
with kitchen privileges: or 1st-floor, 3
large fur. rooms; complete for housekeep
ing; private family; board If preferred. S
N st. nw. It
FOR RENT Second-floor, 3 rooms:
2 closets: bath: hot and cold water; 1-2
block from cable cars; suitable light house
keeping. OWNER. 029 T St. nw.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms on second-floor; newly papered;
well heated: bath on same floor: rent, $10
and $G per month. 1240 8th st. nw. It
FOR RENT il nnrurnlsbed. rooms;
suitable lor light housekeeping, office,
or store; lst-floor; private entrance. 4IU
K st. nw. uol2-2t
FOR RENT 2 com., unfur. rooms;
heat, gas, and bath; St. 707 13th ne.
FOR RENT One very prettily fur
- nisbed room, or 2 or 3 unfurnished
rooms: open fire-places: sunny; on second
floor; convenient to balh; private family;
moderate terms; references. 2817 Q st. nw.
FOR RENT Furnished, onelarge front
room: would suit two gentlemen. 815
inn sc. nw. noi.-at
FOR RENT One Intge, handsomely
fur. front room, 3d floor; private faru-
lly;refh. No. 813 101b st. nw. null-Sum
FOR RENT Unfur., 2 rooms and al
cove, on 2d floor; heal, gas, nnd balh.
1204 O st. nw. noll-2tem
FOR RENT Nicely fur. mom, Willi
board; convenient to Metropolitan and
enblecars;ulsotoCapltoland Libmrv. 216
FOR RENT K14 11th st. nw., fnr-
ilU.lir.1 lUUOlB, o lO S1-. Douru.
FOR RENT One front rurnlshcd room,
lirst floor. $10; third floor front. $8.
620 G st. nw. no!0-3t
FOR RENT Two third story rooms
aud double narlor. unfur? lfKA. 42ri
Mass. ave. n. no!0-3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for rent
very rcasouauie. iui4 tuin st- nw.
FOR RENT Unfurnished, two large
rooms for light housekeeping; 2d floor.
707 5th st. nw. no8-7t
FOR RENT 216 Hill St., near B sw.;
cneerful furnished and unfurnished
rooms: 1st, 2d and 3rd floors. no8-7t
FOR RENT Two handsomely fur
nished communlcr.tlng rooms; private
family. 722 11th st. nw. no7-7t
FOR KENT nOTJSES.
FOR RENT 520 per month for desira
ble home overlookius city: 8 rooms; car
riage house and large grounds; 2527 Bright
wood ave Apply to OWNER, uextdoor.
FOR RENT New. excellent condition,
8-room, large parlor: a. in. I.; cellar,
furnace, stationary wash tubs, drying riat,
back alley: cars pass door. 906 11th st.
se.: $22.. key at 900. nol2-7t
FOR RENT $25: eight-r. house; high
est and best part or Capitol Hill:
chambers rent ror $20; house open. 207
A st. ne. It
FOR RENT Only $25: reduced rrom
$.10; good stable: oak finish; G rs. and
bath: new: northwest; in mln. from P.O. D.
RICHARD II. TAYLOR. G19 12tb St.
FOR RENT Six-room house; fur
nished; on line of cars; nw. Apply 614
N st. nw. no!2-3t
FOR RENT 915 P st. nw.. 5-room
cottage: large yard, cellar, and stable.
1001 3!st. 13r, b. ml..S7S
SSCN, Mr. b, ml. ...$00
1G96 & M Slst, 13r, b.
3312 Prospect T, 7r.
1726 32J. r. b. mt...3
3321 P. dr. b, BL...2LS0
3126 Dumb. ar. 9r, b,
ml 35 SO
32SaN.Br. b. mI..Si40
iki sjtn, 7r, b, mL.aiaj
1W 3itn. 7r. r. mL.19.S0
333I-C0 Jlarbury lane.
S0S1 P, 9r. b, mis... 30.61
sr, a yao
2718-2M1 Hock Court,
11-UdJtI, Vr, D, D1L.JU LU
S2J7 N. 13r, b, ml..30 00
3107 N, lOr, b, mL.. 23.53
FOR RENT STORES.
3103 M st. nw, store and -ollar. $40
3303 30th st, tr and cellar. SO
no 0-7t C IL FICKLTXG, 1264 34 st nw.
FOR RENT-S Mass. ave. nw., 6
rooms ami Dath; newly painted and
papered; $27.35. Apply at 809 7th St. nw.
FOR RENT 1111 5lh St., bet. L and
M nw.Tu-r.; pantry; concrete cellar; fur
nace healing and all mod. Imps. Also house
210 Till St. sw.: store and dwelllngand cel
lar. Apply to OWNER. 6113 U st.nw. It-em
CONSULT COLLINS & GADDIS, No.
511 11th st.nw., when you want to renta
house. Here are a few from our list
at reduced prices. Call early before they
No. 303 Mass. ave. ne., 6 moms: a. m. L;
very nice neighborhood, only $22.50 per mo.
No. 718 5th st. ne., 6 rooms; a. m- 1;
large yard; near H St. cable, only
?u.ou per mo.
No. 1621 4th st. nw., 6 rooms; a. m. 1.;
(for a desirable colored tenant), only
$22.50 per mo.
No. 1606 New Jersey ave. nw., flats of
four rooms each, very convenient, only
$15.00 per uio.
No. 57 L st. nw., 6 rooms; a. m. L;
convenient to Government Printing Office,
only $17.00 per mo.
N. 235 Oak St. nw., new C-rooin house;
bath; a. vi. i.; very low rent, only
$13 JO per mo.
COLLINS & GADDTS.
611 11th st.nw.
FOR RENT 1412 0th st. nw., three-"
story br. lOr. and b,; cellar: furnace;
large yards; a. m. I.; sanitary plumbing;
In excellent condition; $40.50. Apply to
OWNER. 121R H Bt. nw. no7-7t
FOR RENT In the nw., a 7-room brick;
nicely terraced; newly papered through
out: with small stable; rent, $18.30.
J. D. SULLIVAN, this office. no7-7t
FORRENT-Satiiiiliaii, at Brookland,
U.C 2 blocks from cars, 7-room frame:
cellar, bath and attic; latrobe, range; hot
and cold water. Inquire 1. 8. HOLLIDGE,
care Saks & Co. no6-7t-cm
FOR RENT 6 D st. se., 0 rooms and
bath; m. t. Apply onprcmlses or to
JOHN MILLER. 10th and Fn w. no6-7t-cm
FOR RENT 1218 I st. ne Six rms,
"cellar, stable, lares lot; $16; would
sell cheap or trade. WT J. FRIZZELLv 509
7th st. uw.. office. Am. B. A L. Association.
LOST "White setter dog; not broken:
family pet. Reward. H. HEMPLER,
Optician, 6th and Avenue. nol2-3t
LOST Saturday evening. November 9.
on B street se., or on 8th st. cast . child's
double-breasted red jacket, trimmed in
white, braid. Finder wai receive reward
br leaving: at 1017B st-stv - It'
TTATfFflBr thckiiglor clairvoyants and
card readers, his', first, appearance this
side of the Atlantic, has come to help each
and every one who calls; none lu trouble
will lie turned away without being helped
and made happy; come and be convinced of
bis wonderful powers; gives you advice
regarding unyloing yon want to know; tells
you your friends anil enemies; gives you
good luck free of charge; brings the
separated together, cuuscs speedy mar
riages with the one Jou love; he Is no
humbug; no charge'ip not satisfied; come
ous, come all, and firing your friends, and
tell tbcm or IIALEE and his wonderful
powers; I'm not here altogether to make
money, but here to help and do good for
the people here; am here, and Intend to
stay, at 806 H St. aw.; my price Is very
low, only the pitiful sum or 25c; lady In
attendance: hours, 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.;
closed on Sundays. it
BO CENTS down; new credit system;
lace curtains, portieres, rugs,' table
linen, blankets, quilts, table and piano
covers, china dinner anil toilet sets, silver
plated ware, banquet lamps, onyx tables,
clocks, window shades. Bibles, albums, etc
Send nosinl. Will bring samples. NORTH
EAST CREDIT HOUSE. 1210 B St. ne.
Open till li jk nu 1 1
HADAH TELL, recognized as the
leaning rplniuui medium or the country,
gives sittings dally on all matters pertain
ing to love, courtship and marriage, unites
separated, gtves luck, removes familv
trouble hv snlrit DOWer and nroner .'lrtulep.
and will meet all that desires to lie advised
and helped by her at 008 1-2 13th st.nw.
Fee COc. to $1. Hoars, 10 a. m. to 7 p. m.
WE will lielp-you to help -yourselves: as
we arc selling splendid custom-made
suits and overcoats; slightly worn, at lig
OLD STAND. 019 V St. nw.
BCniE. FRANCIS is one or Wash
ington's oluesi and most gifted medi
ums; she can help you no matter what your
troubles may be; she lias helped thousands
to health, happiness and success. It you
are In need ot help, seek one that Is old
established and reliable. Hours, 9 a. in.
to 10 p. m.; 25c. and COc. 324 East Cap
itol st. noll-2t
PIN your faith on us and we'll pull
yon through, an we are selling elegant
custom-made suits and overcoats, the
"least bit' worn" at a figure that'll pay
yon to look Into. JUSTU'fl OLD STAND,
619 D St. nw. no5-7t
JOHNSON, the Australian
vaut medium, is now located at
946 It st. nw. Hours, 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.
MME. BROOKE tells ail theevents
of life: all bnsluess confidential; ladies
and gentlemen, 50 cents each; hours 0 a.
m. to ! p. in. G03 New York ave. nw-,
near Gtli st. no5-14t
PROF. TRUE. 714 F st.'sw. Truth -ful.
reliable medium. Successful in all
bramlics ot work. Can be consulted on all
matters pertaining to love, marriage, di
vorce, sickness and disease, wills, deeds,
lost names, nailers. Can break brnnotiu
spells: unite separated: and help those la
bad luik: don t delay. Call and receive
satlsrauloit. or It will not cost you a ccnL
Come early and avhl the rush; no time
to answer letters. Come morning, noon,
secured at 600 13th bt. nw.
mechanics can be
hangers, painters, bridge and structural
iron workers, carpenters, lathers, nlasler-
ers, nnd laboring men or uny kind. WORK
INiSMEN'S LIBRARY AND BUREAU OF
LABOR, GOO 13th st.-nw. Telephone. -60.
SL1K S1IENK. Clerk. coG-tf
PROF. CLAY li the oldest established
nMvertisiug clairvoyant and me
dium, consul; him ton l.nslness, mar
riage, love, lost ,or stolen prop
erty; tells who are your enemies: how to
avoid tlicm and overcome all troubles;
brings separated 'together and causes
ipeeily marriage with one ynu love." by
proper advice removes evil influences
and spells; sitting bO cents; no charges
for sitting uiJess sal Mini. Lours, 10 to 9;
open Sunday. 489 11 it . bcu 4 1-2 nnd 6th
sts. sw. ot 24-tf.em
iwivfF.. pERRIN Scientific palmis
try; truest uestlnj reader of the ag;
events of past and future revealed with
wonderful nccuracy; hours 10 to 9. 515
lHtli st. mv.. In-t, E and F. nflCImn
DR. TAYLOR. 90G F st.nw- makes
ful1 sets of teeth for S5; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling. SI: amalgam. 50c ce4-tf
J.T.W ALKF.RSONS.-'Ui lOthst
nw.. carpet linlngfelts. fire brick nnd
rlav. asliestos. paints, brush" lime.cement,
two and three-ply reoflacmateriaLapr21-tf
LADIES needing-confidential treat
ment. A safe and sure relief In an
female trouble, coustlpillon. Irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula.
etc Separate looms tor patients tWors
and during eonfliienjent. and find homes
for Infants IX required. Strictly confiden
tial. MRS. DR. RENNER. IS Fourth St.
ne.. nea r E- Capitol kt . Washington, D. C
MME. ESTELLE tells all events ot
life: gives advice in domestic troubles:
strictly confidential: and heals nil klnJs
or sores, the latter for ladles'only: hours.
9 a. tn. to 10 t. m. 013 tftth r. nw.
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
In Effect Sept. O. 1895.
10,30 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIM
1TED. Pullman Sleeping. Dining, Smok
ing and Observation Cars Harrisburg tu
Chicago, Cincinnati, Indianapolis. St.
LouU, Cleveland and Toledo. Buffet
Parlor Car tu Uarrisburg.
1O.30 A. M. FAhTLINE. Pullman
IJuflet Parlor Car to HarrUburg. Parlor
and Dining Cars, Harrlsburg to Pltts-
3.4pp. M. CHICAGO AND BT. LOUIS
EXPRESS. Pullman Burfet Parlor Car
tn Hariisbuig. Sleeping and Dining Cars
Harrisburg to St. Louis, Cincinnati. Lou
T.XO P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS.
I'uiunau eieepuig car to unicago. ana
Harrisburg' to Cleveland Dining Car to
T.XO P. jM. SOUTHWESTERN EX
PRESS. Pii!lm.-n Sleeping and Dining
Cars to Bt. Louis, and Sleeping Car, Har
risburg to Cincinnati.
X0.40 P. M. PACIFIC EXTRES8.
I'aUiuan ulecpure Car to Pittsburg.
T.f50 A M. fr Kane, Cananaalgua,
Rochester aud Niagara Falls daily, ex
10,30 A. SI. for Elmlra and Renovo,
daily, cxiept bunday. For "WiUlamsport
dailr, 3-40 d. m.
7ao P. ar. for WilHamsport. Roches
ter, Buffalo aul Niagara Falls dally, ex
cept Saturday, with Sleeplng.Car, Wash
ington to" Suspension Brl.ice via Buffalo.
10,40 P. MT. for Erie. Canandalgua.
Homester. Hurra lu and Niagara Frills
daily, bleeping Car Washington to El
mira. For l'lilliidelpUlu, Now York and the
4.00 P. M. "UO.V3RESSIONAL LIM
ITED.' ATI Parldr Cars, with Dining
Car from Baltimore, ror New York, dally,
ror Philadelphia week days. Regular
at 7.05 (llhimz Carl. 7.20. 9.00, 10.00
IDlnlng Car), and 11. 00 (Dining Car from
Wilmlngloma.m., 184.108.40.206, 4.20, 6.40,
10.00, and 11.35 pjm. On Sunday. 7.05
(Dining Car), 7.258.00, 11.00 (Dining
Car rrom Wilmington) a.m., 12.15. 3.15,
4 20, 6.40. 10.00 'and 11.35 p. m. For
Philadelphia only. Fast Express 7.50
a. m. week ilajs. Express 2.01 and 5 40
p. m. daily. v-n
For Huston, without change, 7.50 a. m.
week days and 3.15' p. m. dally.
For Baltimore. 6.25,'7.0u. 7.20, 7.50, 9.00.
10 00, 10.30. 11.00 and 11.50 a. m.
12.16, 2.01, 3.15a 3:40, (4.00 Limited!.
4.20, 4.36, 0.40. 6.05, 6.40, 7.10. 10.00
10.40. 11.15 and 11.35 p. in. On bun
dav. 7.05, 7.20. 9.00, 9.0. 10.30. 11.00
a. til., 12.15. 1.15,-2.01, 3.15. 3.40 (4 00
Limited), 4.20,' 6.40. 6.05. 6-40. 7.10.
10.00, 10.40 and 11.35 p. m.
For Pope's CrccK Lue,,7.20 a. m. and 4.38
p. m, daily, except'Suudav.
For Annapolis. 7.20; 9.00 a. in.. 12.15 and
4.20 p. in., dally, except Sunday. Sun
days, 9.00 aJ m. qnd 4.20 p. m.
Atlantiu Coast Line. Express for Rich
mond, Javksonvilie.and Tampa, 4.3u a.
m., 3.30 p. m., dally. RUbmond and At
lanta, 8.40 p. m., dally. Richmond only,
10.57 a. m. week days.
Accommodation for Quantlco, 7:45 a. nx,
dally, and 4.23 p. m. week days.
For Alexandria, 4:30, 6.35, 7.45, 8.40.
S.45, 10.57. 11.50 a. m.; 12.50. 1.40.
a20, 4.25, 5.00. 5.37, 6.15.-8.02,. 10.10.
and 11.39 p. m. On Sunday at 4.30.
7.45, 9.45 a- in.; 2.45, 6.15. 8.02 and
10.10 d. m.
Leave Alexandria for Washington. 6.05.
6.43, 7.05. 8.00. 9.10, 10.15. 10.28
a. m.; 1.00, 2.15, 3.00, 3 23. 5.00, 5 30,
6.13, 7.00, 7.20. 9.10. 10.52 and 11.08
am. On Sunday at 6.43, 9.10, 10.28 a.
m.; 2.15. 5.30, 7.00, 7.20. 9.10 and
10.52 p. m.
Ticket orrices, corner Fifteenth and O
streets, and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left for tn
checking ot baggage to destination from
hotels and residences.
8. M. PREVOST. J. R. WOOD.
Pen- Man-- Pen. Pass. Agfc
WANTED POSTAGE STAMPS.
WANTED-U. 8. postage stamps
. department, official, revenue and col
lections or united states and roreign
stamps. I will buy in any quantity and
will pay the highest or your own price
for all scarce stamps. C. F.HOTHFUCHB.
'359 1-2 Penna. av noll-tf
200 Montana bone arrived yesterday
from the famous and well-known ranch of
Travis &. Morris. Cascade, Montana. They
are young, shapely, sound, and gentle,
weighing from 900 to 1,200 lbs. each.
Among this lot mar be found several
matched teams, eutgte drivers, saddlers,
and two pacers. Ail will bo sold at public
auction commencing atll o'dockulionday,
November 1 1, and Continuing cacti and every
day untllallaresold. CORNEK SEVENTH
STREET AND- ROCK CREEK CHURCH
AlAGnATH A KENNKLLTT.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S BALE O?
FULL. LINE OF MEN'S FURNISH
INGS, ETC., AT NO. 826 SEVENTH
. By virtue of several writs of fieri racla
Issued out or the office or 0. B. Bundy, a
Justice of the Feaco in and ror the District
or Columbia, and to me oirected. I will sell
at public sale, ror cash, at No. 926 Seventh
street northwest. Washington, D. C, on
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER- 13th. A. D.
1885, at lOo'ciock a.m.. afuilllneor Men's
Furnishings, consisting of Hats. Caps,
Gloves, Shirts. Underwear, Bocks. Collars,
Cuffs. Umbrpllas, Men's and Boys' Trous
ers, etc.. etc, seized and levied upon as
ti property or David F.EIseman, and will
be sold to satisfy executions Nos. 8904,
8905 8906, 8907, 8908, 8909, 8910,
891 1.8912, 8913, S914.and8915.in favor
of Herman Eiseman, lterthaElseman.Heine
man Mlcltaells, Bertha Lichtensteln,
Edward KohnW and Henrietta Kotiner.
U. S. Marshal. D. a
DUNCAN80N BROS.. Auctioneers.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S 8ALB
or mills and machinery supplies. Ac
By virtue of a writ or flert facias issued
out of the clerk's office of the Supreme
Court of the District of Columbia and to
me directed. I will sell at public sale, for
cash on the premises. No. 487 Missouri
avenue northwest. Washington, D. 0..
a. m.. the I olio wing-described property,
to-wit: Large stock consisting of belting,
pulleys, aniirrictlon metal, graphite, en
cine, mills, shafting, boilers, gear wheels,
iron safe, Ac. seized and levied upon as
the property or the Corbet t Mill and Ma
chine Company, and sold to satisfy execu
tion No. 3b792. in favor of Mais I i & Gorton
ALBERT A. WILSON,
U. S. Marshal. D. 0.
Dancanson Bros., Aucts.
OFFICE of the Commissioners of the
District of Columbia, Washington, No
vember 8, 1895. Sealed proposals will be
received nt this orffce until noon, on MON
DAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1895. to rent until
December 31, 1895, rent payable In ad
vance, the spaces or stands on the side
walk next the curb on the south side or
North U street, between Tenth and Twelfth
streets west, to farmers and gardeners,
who bring farm produce or their own
raising for sale at ntail. A depositor 25 per
cent, or the amount or the bid must accom
pany the offer as a guaranty of good faith
in case of the acceptance or the bid. The
Commissioners reserve the right to reject
an- or all bids so received. Specifications
may be obtained from the Market Master
or the wholesale market, or at this office.
Each proposal must be enclosed In an
envelope plainly addressed to "The Com
missioners of the District of Columbia,"
and marked "Proposals to rent sracrs or
stands on II street." J. W. ROSS. GEORGE
TRUESDELL, CIIAS. F. POWELL, Com
missioners D. C.
BUSINESS PENMANSHIP One dol
lar a month untiljanuary. Two nights
a week, from 8 to 9. EATON, BURNETT
A DURLINU Business College. 12th and
F sts. nw. Ladies' Class froui 3 to 4 p.m.
WIMODADGHSIS Classes. 1328
I st. uw.. beginumg November Short
hand, dictation and typewriting, Mrs.
Baldwin, or Business High School; nook
ADA L. SMITH. Supt.
- MME. J. ESPUTA DALY.
oignt. singing classes (note cnaia system).
Two lessons weekly. S20 per season.
Mount Vernon Seminary
CORNER M AND ELEVENTH STUELTo.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
A SELECT RESIDENCE AND DAY
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES
AND LITILE GIRLS.
Twenty first ycarper.s TUESDAY. Oc
tober first. Large and attractive build
ings, thoroughly equipped with every re
quisite of a refined home and a progres
Applications for admission of pupils to
the day school may be ciadeuf ter8eptember
tlf leeuth. betw eeu the hours of ten and ons
o'clock each morning
MRS ELIZABETH J. BOMER8.
WANTED 10O young people to loin
shorthand dictation classes, which are
now being formed at Wood's Commercial
College. 311 and 401 East Cupltol St. at
the low rate ot $1.00 per month. Send
for catalogue containing pictures of 84,
WALTER SCOTT STETbO.V,
acting, elocution, dancing.
FOR SALE SUBURBAN.
FOR SALE I have in Virginia 15
beautiful farms, with good dwellings,
large barns and other outbuildings: fine
youngorchanls, fine well anil spring water;
all within driving distance of Washington
anil only one, two and three miles rrom
railroad station; rrom $15 tn $75 per acre;
also 600 acres right at railroad station.
Improved by two dwellings, outbuildings,
good orchards, rine water and heavy tim
ber, ror only $15 per acre. Address T. C.
ELLIOTT. Metropolitan Hotel. It
FOR SALE 60 acre farm; all under
fence: rCaires cleared; new buildings;
good water: fruit; price, $1,000. Ad
dress E. KENNEDY, llerndon, Va.
YOU ran make $200 on a little invest
ment of $600. Address for one week
only. SURE SNAP, this office. It
FOR RENT A bake house. Including
oven, pans, tables; daily retail route,
and stable: rent. $15. Address Uread. this
EXCLUSIVE territory given Tor the
sale or bee hive. pat. June 24, "94;
Oct. 1, "95; highest awards. I'a., CaL
and elsewhere; best in the market; over
20.000 scld: small capital needed. CaU
clipped by electric power for
. nastu., uua u st. nw.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE-$300 cash, balance long
turn, ucw 7-room brick and stone
house, with stable; lot 20 x 72: finished
in oak; $1,000 less than cost year ago:
northwest. RICHARD H. TAl'LOR, 019
12tb St. nw. It
FOR SALE New Washington (oM
3113 N. llr, b, ml, lot
3014 P, 8r. b. ml, lot
ISIS 31sr, llr, b&f.
39 9JXS3 3J ft J5.500
3016 Cambridge PI,
ml, lot 3o 33x110
ft S3 ,530
142G33J, 9r, b. ml, lot
19x90 ft (12 ft park
sr, b, mi, lot taxTs
ft to alley H.300
3041 P, Sr. b. ml, lot
SI.1UX8S sort $3,730
1623 3-.M, 9r, b, ml, lot
21X13J ft 3.710
3126 Dumb a are. llr.
b. ml, lot 22.50X
120 it tfj.5P0
1J3US1SE, 8r, f, lot 4Ix
ICO ft to 10 ft alley.
3421 T,4r, f, lot 23x60
no 9-7t C. H. F1CKLING. 1SH 31d st nw.
A BAHGAIN-A comparatively new
3 -story, 9-room, bay-window, press
brick: a. in. i.; east or Connecticut ave;
ir sold this week can be had ror $5, M0.
Apply to J. D. SULLIVAN, 13th and G.
FOR RENT STABLES .
FOR RENT Stable; accommodations
for two horses; a. m. I- 458 C st. nw.
Ah Belinda Trips the Stair.
In her cool, dim-lighted parlor, --
Many thoughts come to mc there;
"While I wait to hear the music.
As Belinda trips the stair.
I have come with bold Intention,
Her displeasure I will dare;
But my coward heart beats faster
As Belinda' trips the stair.
I can hear her gentle footfall.
Hear the swish of raiment there.
Coming to me nearer, nearer.
As Belinda trips the stair.
From her step I try to reason:
Does she not, or does she care;
All I know Is, joy is coming,
Aa Belinda trips the stair.
" . MacGregor Jenkins, la LUX
The Flowing Source-
Continued f ronVycstcrdaysEvenlng Times.
fcctcil her cookery, had fallen Into the
habit of taking a hamper of carriers to
an distant meetings and speeding them
back to Flowing Source with tidings pr his
success. Apart, from this ofrice wLicri
they performed weU enough he took no
special pride in them. The offer of a
pair of bis pet tumblers, worth their weight
in goui, aau cose mm an errort; anu wnen
Mistress Prudence, ordinarily a clear
headed woman, deilared that she pre
ferred carriers, she could hardly have as
tonished him more by asking for a pair
of stock doves.
"Oh, certainly," he answered, and went
homo nnd thought it over. Women were
a puzzle; but he bad a dim notion that.
If lie could tay hand on the1 reason why
Mistress .rruuence prererred oniinary car
riers to prize tumblers, he would hold the
key to some of the'sccrcts of the sex. He
thought It over Tor three days. during which
he smoked more tobacco than wrs good
for him. At about 4 o'clock In theaftcinoon
or the third lay a smile enlarged his face
He set down his pipe, smacked Ids thigh,
stood up, sat dowu again, and beran to
laugh. He laughed slowly and deliberately
not loudly for the greater part of that
evening, and woke .up twice In the night
and shook tho bt'Kluthes into long waves
with his mirth. ' .-
Next morning he'took two carriers from
the cote, shut them In a hamper, !rvi rowed,
down to Ponleglos with his glft."I!ut Mrs.
Waddliovo was not at home. She had
started early by van ror Tregarrtefc (said
the waitress at the Pandora's Box) on
business connected with her husband's will.
"No hurry at all," said Master Simon. He
slipped a bamirul or Indian com under the
lid, nnd lert the hamper" with his respects."
of Uie third day a smile enlarged his race.
Then he rowed home, anil spent the next
two days after bis wont, the only observa
ble difference being the position of Ilia
garden chair. It stood, as a rule, under
the shadow of the broad caves, but now
Master Simon ordered the tap boy to carry
It -tut and set it by a rustic table close
to thci-lver's brink, whence, as he smoked
he cobld keep comfortable watch on the
"You'll catch a sunstruck," said Ann,
the cook. "I hope you're not beginning to
forget how to take care of ourse!f."
"Well, I tope so, too," Master Simon
answered, but did not budge.
On the morning of the third day, how
ever, he saw that which made him step
Indoors and mount to the attic under the
cote. Having opened with much caution
a trapdoor in (he roof, he slipped an arm
out and captured a carrier pigeon.
The bird carried a note rolded small and
Ixiund under Its wing with a thread or
silk. Master Simon opened the note and
"ir you love me as I love you
No knife can cut our loves In two"
He had prepared himself for a hearty
chuckle, but he broke out with a pro
fuse perspiration instead. "Oh, this is
hustling a man!" he irgcmlnalcd, staring
round the empty nitlcblea rat bit mi king
a convenient hole "Not- three weeks
buried!" he added, with another groan,
and began to loosen his neckcloth
While Ih'is engaged, lie heard a flutter
alHive llie traiMloor, and a tecond pigeon
alighted, with a iccund note, also bound
wlih a sljlen thread.
"Lor'-a mercy!" gasped Master Simon
Bit the tccnnd note was written in a
different hand, and ran as rollows:
"I could die of shame It was all that
of me? P. W."-
Happiness seemed to have shaken its
hussy of a girl. She did It for a Joke.
I'll JoVe l-cr. But what will you bethinking
alasteraimon rowcu uown to ,ronicgio
that very afternoon, and the two carriers
went liack with him.
wings and quite departed from Pandora s
Box. but a twinkle of something not en
tirely unlike Iioim. lurked in the corners
or tile waitress' eyes albeit their lids
were red and swollen as she ushered
Master Simon Into the best parlor.
"What can you be thinking or me?'
began the widow. Her eyes were red and
"I've brought back the pigeons."
"lean never bear thesight of themagaln."
"You might begin different, you know."
suggested Master Simon, affably, "some
little message about the weather, for In
stance. Have you given that girl warn
ing to leaver'
"You see. I'm so lonely here."
Some three months after this, and on an
exceptionally fine morning in Septem
ber. Master Simon put Harmony, his
celebrated almond hen. Into her traveling
nanipir. and marched over to the cross
roads to tnfce coach for Illogan. In the
mining district, where the matches ror
the championship cup were to be nown
that year. Now Ann the cook had ven
tured no less than rive pounds upon Har
mony. Five imunds represented hair of
her annual wage, and a trifle less than
half or her annual saving. Thererore she
spent the greater part of the rollowlneart-
ernoon at ner wmoow gazing wcsiwaru
In no Bmall perturbation of spirit.-
It wanted a few minutes to B when a
carrier pigeon came traveling across the
zenith, shot downward, suddenly, and
alighted on the roor. Ann climbed to Uie
trapdoor and put out a hand. The bird was
preening Ills feaihcrs. and allowed himself
to be taken easily.
In lircumstances less agitating Ann had
failed to observe, that the thread about
the messenger ft wing was not or the Kinu
that MasterSininn esed. But her eyes open
ed widp as they fell on the handwriting,
and ri ill wider as she read:
"It is all for the best, perhaps, ir only
people have not begun to talk.
A second messenger arrived toward
evening with word or Harmony's success.
But the news hardlv relaxed Ann's brow,
wh'ch kept a pensive contraction even
when Per master arrived next evening,
and poured out her winnings on the table
from Uie silver challenge cup.
She wore this frown at intervals for
a rortnlcht. nnd all the while maintained
an unusual silence, which puzzled Master
Simon. Then one morning he heard her
In the kitchen scoiriing the tap boy with
all her pristine heartiness. That night,
after mulling her master's ale. she turned
at the door, saucepan in hand, and coughed
to nttnet attention.
"Well. Ann. what Is It?"
" Yon" vr been phllanderlnV"
"nev! 'pon my word. Ann ""
Ann" produced the Widow Wflddllove's
note and flattened It out under Master
Simon's pjes. And Master Simon blushed
"Are you goln to marry the woman?"
"I think not."
"I reckon jon will."
"Well, you see, there's been a hitch. She
won't leave the Pandora's Bov nril I'm
not going to bnrlgp from the Flowing
Source If a woman won't put herself
out to that extent- Besides, she cooks
no better than von '
"Not so well. Yon wasn't thinking, by
anv chance, o' marrying me?"
"Ann, vou are perfectlv brazen! Well,
no: tn tell the plan truth, f wasn't."
"That's all right; because I've gone and
promised myself to a young farmer up the
"Whnt'a Ms name?"
"I shan't tell you; ror the reason that I've
a second to mil hack on. ir I rind, on ac
quaintance, the rirst won't do. But first
or second. I'll tnarrv one or t'ot'ier at the
month end. and so I give you notice."
Master Simon sighed. "Well, well! I
mnsr fret on as best I can -with Tom for a
while." Tom was the tapboy.
"Tom's troinir. too. I biillml him so this
morning that he mans to give notice to
morrow: that Is. ir he don't f.ivp himseir
the trouble hv mnnimr oft to sct "
"The twelfth In five years!" ejacu
lated Master Simon, stopping his pipe vi
ciously. "And snnll htin" to them Married man
or mariner tint's what a bov is born ror.
Jtettrr dare wreck or wedlock than sit
here and talk about both. Take myodvlce,
master, anil marrv the widotv "
Ann carried out ner own matrimo
nial programme, at ar rnte. with ririt
anil determination. Finding the rirst
vonng rarmer sntlsrirtorv, she espoused
him nt the end of the month nnd turned
her Kick on the Flowing Source. And
Tom the tanbov fuIflUnl her prenlierv anil
ran away to sea. Aril the old inn leaned
after him until tt, timbers creaked. A nil
the autumn floods roe anl covered the
Mter Simon sat .ir.1 smoVed. and made
WHO WILL BE
owning; a nice, clean
business that will not inter
fere "with tbeir studies and
will yield a weekly profit of
two dollars or more? Drop
in THE TIMES office be
tween 5 and 6 p. m. and
m. and V
learn "how to do it."
his own bed, and accomplished some ex
ecrable cookery tn the intervals of olllsc
his duck gun. Even duck shooting be
comes a weariness when a man has to man
age gun and punt slnglehanded. One art
eruoon tie abandoned the sport in an ex
ctetlliigly lad temiier, and palled up to th
Jaws of Cuckoo Valley. Here he landed,
and after an hour's trudge In the marshy
bottoms, had the luck to knock over two
brace or woodcock.
He rowed back with bis spoil, and Vru
making fast to the ferry steps, when
thought struck him. He shipped the pad
dles again and pulled down to Ponleglos.
The snort day was closing, aad already a
young moon glimmered on the floods.
The woodcock were cooked to a turn;
Juicier birds never reclined on toast. The.
waitress removed the cloth and returned,
wiui a kettle, retired ami returned again
.with a short-necked bottle, a glass and
tion, sugar, a nutmeg and a lemon re
tired witu a twinkle In her eye.
iu ninny you,-- saio. Mistress Pm
dence, rubbing a lump of sugar gently on
the lemon rind.
"The night air," Matter Simon mur
mur's!. "Against the damp house you're golna
back to," the lady corrected.
"You talk without giving it a trial."
"As you talk, in your parlor, of deep
sea vojages." .
"As a ship's captain, you would respect
"No. ror you haven't the head; but I
rhouid like your pluck. If I saw you set
ting out rot sea In earnest, I would run
out and give you a chance to steer a wo
man, instead or a ship. You would find
..Master Simon emptied his glass, rose.
a . wnund ills great comforter about his
nk- The widow saw him to the door.
gaI(Vou re a very obstinate woman," h
And with this he unmoored his boat and
rovved resolutely homeward. A strong wind
carna piping down on the back or a strong
Ude.and Master Simon arch edbls shoulders
"Married man or mariner." It piped, at
he rounded the first bend.
"I know my own mind,' I believe," said
Master Simou to himseir; "there's as rood
fish In the sea as ever came out or It: and
for s.ilnion Flowing Source willbeatChrtat
church a uy day . I've always maintained."
Married man or mariner," piped tns
wind, in the words of Ann the cook.
Master Simon -pulled his left-paddle ham
ami rounded the second bend.
"Married man or mar "
His heels flew up and his head strnek
the bottom boards. Then, In a moment,
the boat was gone, and a rush of water
sang In bis ears and choked him. He
saw a black shadow overhanging, and
clutched at it
Mistress Prudence stood In her door
way on the quay, as MaslerSimon had left
her. In the room above, the waitress blew
out her candle, drew up the blind, and
opened her window lo the moonlight.
"Selina!" the mistress called.
Selina thrust out her head.
"What's that coming down the river?"
A black, amorphous mass was movlm?
swiftly down toward the quay.
"I think 'tis a bavstack." Belina
whimpered, and then. "Lord save us all.
there's a man en It!"
. "A man!" cried the widow shrilly.
A voice answered the question, callms
for help out of the river a voice that shs
"What is it?" she called back.
,.t L.ti,,n.L;''.qnaTercd Master Simon
I Jhlnt 'tis the roof o" Flowing Source1"
Mistress Prrstence nn down the quay
steps, cast off the first boat that lav
handy, and pulled across the dark mass
sweeping seaward. ,s It crossed ahead
pr her bows, she dropped the paddles, ran
to the nalnter, and Hung it forward with all
, T,1C Pandora's Box Inn stands on Ponteg
J?,s '"J'" tn,s ''ay- All that 1 left of
Flowing Source hangs on the wall of Its
best parlor four dark oak tlmliors. rorm
55, a frame around a portrait, the por
trait of a woman of middle nge and
comrortable countenance. In the right
hand top corner of the picture, in letter of
raded gold, runs the legend: "Uxor bona
instar navis." Romance.
"WORE A "WARM MUFFLER.
"Wood Kept a Tonmr "Wild fV
Around Ills Ifeok.
Those ladles or Paducan who are f ond ot
wearing fur boas around their throats might
learn a lessoa r rotn F. IL Wood, a river man,
who Is now In the city. Mr. Wood has a
handsomeneckmuff ler of tawny skin, but ha
does not keep it in a bandbox at night. Ha
locks it In a strong cage. Tor his boa is a
half grown wild cat with, full grown Uawa
Wood has attracted considerable atten
tion during the last few days by strolling
cat perched on his shoulder. Old natural
ists claim that it Is impossible to domes-
ucaie a specimen or the"fells catus," whlca
Is the Latin name for Mr. Wood's stranga
pet. He has refuted that theory, however,
by partially taming tho savage little beast.
Many scars and scratches on bis hands
and face bear evidence to the fact that it
was no easy Job to get on speaking terms
with Mr. Wild Cat, Jr., and it will allow nu
one but its owner to come near It. If a
stranger approaches the kitten will Jumo
straighlat his throat.
Wood is very proud of the animaL Ha
caught it when it was only six days old
after Its mother had slain four large dogs"
ami raised It by hand. Ever since onenigh.
do wn at Cairo some weeks ago he has been
doubly attained to it. On that occasion
he thinks the lynx saved his life.
In a conversation with a reporter Wood
said he was walking along the river bank
on the outskirts of Cairo with his four
footed friend on h is shoulder. The evening
was dark and he could not see through tha
gloom, but the eyes ot bis feline could.
Suddenly the little creature growled and
Ieaiied straight Into the face of a negro
who had slipped up behind the pair.
With a howl of pain the would be robber
dropped a huge club and set sail for an
other neighborhood. "Kitty" got an extra
allowance or meat that night for supper.
The animal Is now about the size of a
large tomcat, bat Is very different In ap
pearance from the common tabby. It
ull ' te?U Sag' snarP . a head
like a tigers, the tufted ears which dis
tingutsa the lynx family, nnd a short talL
wlik h moves Incessantly. Faducah News.
HEItHS BETTER IRAN DOCTORS.
liuKle Weed for Consumption uml Oats
for Intern perunce.
found some quaint iierb shop3. or, as they
are known in trade, ".botanic depots," sayi
tlic New York World. Though the woman
of the last generation who believed de
voutly in the remedial powers of herbs has
gone out of rasldon. It Is yet a fact that
these queer little shops do considerable
The herbs most frequently called for out
of the 250 in stock are burdock, catnip,
sassafras, chamomile flowers, wintergreen.
lioarhound, yellow dock, stllilngla, sarsa
parilla. cherry bark, mandrake, goosegrass
and quassia. Fennelandantseseedarealso
highly esteemed, and a few cents' worth ot
these are frequently bought by Italian and
German women ror Uieir babies.
The h crb docto r has a proverb, "there'san
herb for every pain." Worruwood.rorexa tu
ple, is the herb arnica. If It Is moistened
with hot water, mixed with salt and laid
on riannel, any old wire will tell you that It
Is most errectlve. The uses of catnip foi
cats are well known, but tlieherb merchant)
claim that this "cat's opium." as It is called,
Is quite as efrcctlvo for human beings.
Bugle weed is a remedy for consumption
and asanlnfusionltlssaidto prevent bleed
ing at the lungs. Red clover Is made use of
to relieve the pain of cancer, and quassia Is
a tonic Sumac berries area favorite rem
edy for sore throat. Boneset tea will cure
a cold, and lobelia Isa capital emetic, being
extremely powerful. There Is an Interesting
auecdote regarding Its discovery. It was
found by Thompson, the "Fathcrotnerbs,"
whilehe was walking throughtbewoodsand
meadows, tasting various herbs. When ho
took a taste of lobelia, the results, as may bo
imagined, were very distressing.
For Intemperance the tincture of plain, or
dinary oats Is exceedingly efficacious and
Is devouUy believed In up-country. Tho
fluid extract of tho yellow Jessamine Is a
capital thing for headaches; a very tew
drops of It In a glass of water, taken in.
teaspoonful doses, will bring about a cur a.
In larger quanltlcs tt Is a deadly poison.
To Save Car Faro.
Tlio Time has arranged tUe fol
lowing bruncli offices, whero want
ndvvrtbemenlH can be loft nt any
time, nnd will receive tin Kama
prompt attention aa It left at tha
Frank Smith, 4th nnd G nts.mv.
M. McNuItr, 1330 14th (it. nw.
A. B. McClowkey, 1312 7th st. nm
H. Hnge, 2153 Fa.-ave. uw.
Joseph Linden, 400 8th St. se.
J". TV. Johnson, 49 H st. ne.
"W. V. Mactay, 8St H st. ne.
Joseph Fetlgnat, COS 7th st. aw.
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