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the jsyjtsiyg Tnrjg. THITJ830A.T, PgQMitBlilli)itf
ATTENJTtON Painters, to special
incfuiiul id. K.of L..ouFJtilAY
EVENING, at 7:3U p. nu: basilicas tf tin-
nunaiikv. liy ordir W. L. BAILEY. Master
THE IbwMlcnraot Ihe District will bold
u mass ii'ecting at Ot!il Fellows' Ilall.
M st, beL 1 6111 and 1 7th sts.. on Thunwav
evcu'iig. Dec 5, to Indorse L. O. Bnily a
th candMalc Tor the national Kepubtiraia
WA(TED-Two Industrial Insurance
solicitors; $7 salary anil commission:
no lapses. Apply UUAKDIArf LIFE. 1313
WAHTED-Steady man: light work
CalTairuaj, MILLCK'S, 321 Ia. ave.
nw.. 2d-rloor. It
WANTED- good, sober young nun
not iilr.uil of work, to drive niilk
wagon; must have good reference Ad
dress N. G.. tills office. It
WANTED-A oune man .is collector:
niuM. Ik- acquainted with all parts of tlio
city: must iiiiiierstjnd the aire ot horses.
INSTALLMENTS, tills office. It
WANTED-Colored boy to be uscftil In
store: -.50 per week. Address"
WOKK. tilts office. It
WANTED-Reliable white buy. Ap
ply witu rets., 824 FsUnw.,bct. 10 anu
12. 'ihuradny. It
solicitor; steady euiployiueut. Boom
e. on 7iii st. it
WANTED For tbe city, enmassers
for two new IhioLs. Apply room 34,
Washington L. A T. building, ll.em
WANTJiD-intelligent cumatsers; lib
eral Kiiiimisslon. Apply at 1222 II
it. nw.. froifi 6 to 8 p. m. de4-3t
"WANTED First -tlasssolldtor Tor Ule
-'ntiiuntru Dictionary." K. A. 1J1N.S
MORK. U2H t! st. nw. ilc.l-3l.cm
WaNTIUD-smuwI giMxl li.sur.iuee
ageiils, good pay to reliable men. NA
TIONAL AloTOAL AI1 bOCIETV. of Vir
ginia, C1.7 1 st. nw. ne: I'-Oi
WANTED-For Uiemarinvcorps, boytC
as uiipn i.ucx-3 to learn field music (drum
and trumpbetj; must be between fourteen
and sixteen years ot nse; of
good moral character and sound
heaitti, and able to read and write;
consent of larents'or guardians necessary.
Apply to the COMMANDING OFFICER,
Alariue Dnrracks. Eighth si. se. no27-lmo
as eashlerr'none oilier neeil apply; rer.
reiiuiriil. Appiv to DNIVKKSAL HOUUE-FUKNIPIII-Nl.
STOItH, S12 ilUi st. nw.
WANTED-A while girl for general
hotihewors. ill a small luroilv; i.erman
preferrcil. Apply f03 t; st. nw. It-em
WANTED-A girl for guieraf house
work; riiercuces required. 2018 II
WA.NTED-tlo.Kl, plain. Rlille t)ok:
sin ill i.iiiu.. 614 l.lih sr. nw. It-
TV A.NTED linc white girl for
iit,ni imuseuork. Apply 225 bth 8t
WANTEIHWWU' girl to assist in
liouseuora mornings tmm 8 to 12; J2
.-lui'i'k loiniialile worker. 1251 31st. nc.
WANTED-Settled colored woman.
fcuui to inliilriu: general housenork:
snull family. Call arter 6 p. m.. No. 911
Florida air, nw.; refs. required. It
WANTED-Toung lady tpeiialty ar
tisi to no sketches with advertiser.
Address M. X. ., tins office. It
HE IP M &. F
IV JA.NTED-L.nl of eood address can
secure employment. Room 8, Gil
7th st. It
WANTED-Colored rook: private ram-
it); mi -..ashing. 814 13th st. nw. It
WANTiiD-A light complexloned girl
us nousi maid aun wallrcss; must come
n ell recouitiK tided. Call at 17G5 Q st. nw.
WANTAUD A good i-ook win. inuiouKh
tKKiii iii-.ioii-. expenene: n. ne ether
need applj. 31G C St. nw. dc3-31.cm
TV ANTED vfrice work of auy kind;
tyH vrrtieu and mimeograph worknocc
st Ion. est rates. Address IN'FELICE, this
WANTED MALB AND
WANTED For honest, willlnc work
ers tu-iui to Mrs. MOORE. 300 U Rt.
WANTBD-Positions for B men ccoks.
disliua.-utrs. waiters, etc. BROOKE.
712 13th st. nw. It
"WANTED Intellicccnt nun would
like impairment four hours a day:
clenail or otherwise: remuneration not
oonsHlen-d. Address L. M. J., tills orflce.
WANTED-Place as coov in cate or
resiaiiratu. Address A. M.P.. ihUofflre.lt
WANTED Man wants situation:
iiUlim.:ii or anythinc; Ix-st rers. Ad
drets HONKWT. tnis office. ile4-2t
WANTED-By Jouiir colored man with
lamil). .my Und or work: creatly In
need ot rood. etc. Address B. M. X.. this
WAMTED-B; a first-class linker; on
pastry, fincy calcs and Ice cream; hfeu
refs. Riven or leading hotels and caterers.
Address Moir. Ko. 5. Ibis office. dc3-at-em
WASTED- Freel Free! Frecl Me
tuauus of any kind furnished by us;
also we nave a few men suitable lor
drivlnc u team or sometlilne similar;
best of .-efs. furnished. WOKK1M1MEV3
LlBRAHX AND BUREAU OF LABOR.
Tel.. 20U. COO 13tb st. nw. M.D. BUEXK,
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Kirls; Southern trained cookK ladles
sliould cull. BROOKE, 712 13th St. nw.
WANTED Positions for 4 exper
Hticeu mute waitresses, 3 chamber
maids, and 2 nurses. BROOKE, 712 13th
it. nw. It
WANTED-2 while women cooks for
restauraia. BROOKE. 712 13thst-nw.
WANTED-A place by a colored girl
to no iIkiu housework. EDITH BUCK
NER, 01 P M.ne. It
"WANTED Place as cook in
WANTED-Colored cirl wants emplov
ment lo do liouscnork. 0J 11 st. sw.
WANTED-Place to care for I.oum- Tor
apmaieinmily. Address J. D.BR1CE.
cor. 30lh .'iul M sis, nw. it
WANTED-l'laie ns lanndress or cook:
ruen-nccs furnished. No. 1CJ4 Fla.
a few i-oKagemenls by Hie day or week:
references civen. Address A. C. K., Pcst
offlce. West WashlnRton. it
WANTED-Those having furniture
tiirdiuc reupliolsterliiE lo call or drop
postal; nil work promptly executed. H.
RIESKUKKO. 82U 22d St. ILem
ANTED A W. F. A John 1
laltie; nl-o i!d. hand bicycles; pneu
. CHOVKS4 wrUAN, 0120 st.
WANTED-A eorfee mill at once.
Addawi runs A BRO.. SS Center
"WA."NTED-Chlld about six months
or one year old, to adopt: prefer
bor. Aiidress GOOD HOME, Ibis nltlce.
WANTED- Lucy Williams, colored, who
in iil witii Mrs. V. Baldwin Johnson,
during last August and Stptember, to call
or send address. de4-3t-em
WANTED-A shipper Tor ten or fifteen
canons of milk per day. Address MILK,
this office. dc4-3t-eni
"WANTED Life prcserwra. rubber
sole, tic put them on ladies and
Cents' shoes, at J. M. HALL'S. 1331 F
it.; also rubber b oots. de3-3t
"WANTED 100 pictures to cnlarce:
S": portrait and frame, only S2-05.
A. MILLER. C20 Yn. nve. mv. de3-3t
WANTED-lims to bo seir-unpurtlng;
cuarrloo ladles to Jcs&eu dressmaking
Mils by learning to cut b Merchant Tailor
Bocare: particulars at schouL 718 12th
WantedTrv Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE.
Anfdiare onlyfsr pslntlnc; workguarsats!
hAT. KlIBBttt KUOy PA1.NT CO. Uia 8ta a
LOST-Yesterday, a package or papers
addressed to self: finder will leave nt
address and get reward. A. L. PHILLIP,
1351 U St. nw. iLem
LOST Diamond earring: set In TIfrany
setting. Liberal reward If returned to
PWJDr.XTIAL LIFE INSURANCE 0F
F1CE. Times Bulldlug. dfC-3t-era
LOST On Nov. 27. 165, black and
white male dog: wllh tall cut: answer
to name or "Duker liberal reward given If
relumed lo 200 Olli at. nv It
T. mornlmr. b!ack nocLi t-
book rontaialng $20 and vbonce. and
nUrht kev. Liberal reward ir returned
to A. SEABRlGirrS Oysttrr H.wte. IlUi
aaaH tts.-a. It
FOR SALB-Ulolni: room and bakery:
opposite two public buildings: cheapest
rent in city. Aodress8ox 1. R- tnU office.
SOO.OO cam. $200.00 on time, will
, buy :urnltu,re ot 10-rooiu house; foouw
all rented. Address M H4. Ihlaofflce. It
Ffln S A T.K inning anil lunch room, on
busmen tnorouzhfarr: fixture almost
new; no vcasniianieotfer. refused. Aililriw
in- iv ; nu r
n i-iiHi ice. t'ri .
FOR SALE-OyUer-bousolnne.. (SO:
chair, tables, irfciurci and 1 2-tt. tuar
ble counter. Address SNAP, this oMce.
FOR RENT-Feedrtore. 230 Ttlist.sc:
opposite Eastern Market: also srocerit
for ale and store for rent, nest door.
COLUMBIA cable -cars and hcrdtcs
pass tue uoor; 50 ceuts down: see
A HORSE, joung and gentle, would
put in charge or a responsible, ptrson.
to be fed and cared for lor liis use. A. M.
H1CII. 220 lnd. ave.. !e-2t
STANDARD D1CTI0NARS Prices
a'Ul be Increased one-tliird January 1;
buy at once;siki cash or lniu.allniehts.de-
nnes ;iui,m: worus. wmie nimttri
Internntlcnai only delinrs 12&.G0O.-;. A.
IilKSMOKK, 2ii G nw. (li3-3t-em
CANCERS cureu wunout the knire;
umpTe references BanlUirlum, 1320
Q St. nw. CHAKI-ES ALLEN, AI. D.
JT1KT UKCEIVED Kino tot ynung Oa.
ban parrcM, guarauteed to talk: also
moi:k?s. canaiies, mocking birds, gold
tub. dogs, and taCT plceoaa. SCHAIID'S.
71C 12lb - nw.. brum 1221 Ia. m
GUNS. Klllea. lterolven. londuig tools.
hu liters- outfits, watches, jewelry,
guitars, violins, banjos, mandolins, at about
one-halt medlar dealers' prices at l'AWa
BMOP. No. 1000 i: st. nw ocl-Orao
FOR 8 ALE-Kimball organ; cheap for
c.ish. 0aKst.se. deD-It-em
FOB SALS-$lC0;i-ash grocery; 10
adruss CAR. this off ice. deT-3t
FOR SALE-Suitable tor a niceCbrlst-
maB present, au iron gray grcjuouna
one year okl.
Addrcs 1 30 Rlggs st. n w.
FOR SALE Hleycle-lncer,".t:i:soiKl
condition; -::;. DOKSEl'.i'oslalTelgti.
FOR SALE High crane olcjcle of '95
model, ceieiirntiM make; weighs 21 ihs.
will sell for half; h jRheen usedimly a month.
Address WHEEL, this office. dec4-2t
FOR SALE Best oyster stand and
tiuir, m northeast: good reason ror
selling; good location for anv business. Ail-
iln-is mix T. J this offlt e. del-It
FORS ALE Soldiers' uddltlonalscript:
site ami tiuantlty to suit. WILLIAM
SON & SMITH, Lanyir8, Warder Building.
Pure, white Pektn ducks.
J. STALE!-. GIB F St. nw.
FOR SALE Grocery store on the cor.
of tniioiit ne. and V sis. nw.; wlllbr
eold cluap to buyer. de3-.-t-rni
FOR SALE Furniture or a Louse, full
of romiiLTs. cash only; central and first
class THlsIiborliood. O. A. G., this of
FOR SALE The 141b Street Meant
Laundry. 1817 I It li st. nw. In
quire nt lloom 2. 140G Pa. ave. nw.
FOR SALE-To whom il mar concern:
(o lie sold tialunUy. Dec. 7. IS95. one
Counelette. lo pay repairs and storage.
GEO. II. SHANKS. 212 7!h st. sw- td
Ratcllff & Sutton's auction rooms, on Pa.
ave. nw. de3-4t
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
iih from 4ti. I'lanos from
Catli or niHjr niniitlily par-
SHOEMAKER A SON.
422 Ninth street.
ORGANS. S2S XTF.
SX DOWN, SX WEEK.
$1 down and tl week for any
organ In stock. v Greatly reduced
prices. Organs from $25 up. Best
F. G. SMITH. 1225 T. nve. nw.
FOR SALE A nnsil-steam launch;
Uereschorr enelno and boiler; can ha
seen at ftntera liost house. ocS-tf-eoi
FOR SALE-Bent taste of incubators,
broodecs and frosh green none; call
and see the Incubators hi working order.
Bcbmld's Bird and Pet Animal Btores, TU
1 2 th rit. n w. and 122 1 Pa. ave.
W ANTED A flat of 4 or 0 rooms;
m. I.: nw. section: moderate rent. Ad-
dress R.. Ibis office. de4-St
W ANTED-A 6or UnxxumoTlerufuu;
convenient to 14th st. car line. Ad-
rea MODERN FLAT, this office, seln-tt
WA.NTED Two unfurnished rooms for
licht nousekeeitinc BUECHLKR. 3019
M et. ii w. It
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
In Effect aoieoi bor 17. ISO 5
10.30 A.M. PENNSYLVANIA LIM
lTED Pulhnan Sleeping, Dlnlug. Smok
lug, and Observation Cars. Uarrtsburg
to Chicago, Cincinnati. Indianapolis, St.
Louis, Cleveland, and Toledo. Buffet
Parlor Car to Hsrrisbanr.
10.30 A. M. FABTLTNE. FaHraan
Bulfel farior uar. io tiarrisrjun;.
lor and Dining
3.411 3P. M. CHICAGO AND ST.XOOT8
EXPltErtSPBUman Buffet Parlor Car
to Unrrisburg. Steeping and Dining Cars
Harrisburg to St. Louis. Cincinnati. Loals
rille. and Chicago.
TJ.Q P. M. WESTERN EXPIIESS
Fulhiiaa Sleeping Car to Chicago, and
Harrisburg to Cleveland Dining Car to
r.io r. ae. sotjth-webtern ex-
FREiSs. Puilinan Sleeping and Dining
Harrisburg to Cincinnati
10.40 T", 31. PACfFIC EXPRESS
Pulhnan Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
T.KO A. BL 'or Kane, Cananaaigoa,
RocheMier, and Niagara Falls daily, ex
XO.30 A- AC. for Elmlra and Ren ova.
daily, except Bunday. for Williamsnort
dally. 3 40 p. m.
T.XO F. Jkl. for WirUamgwrt, Rochester.
Boffato. and Magara Faus daily, ex
cept Saturday, with Bleeping Car Wash
iugtou to Suspension Bridge, via. Buf-
10.40 -p.r'BS:. tor Erie, Canasdalgua.
Rochester. Biffalo. and Niagara Falls
dallv. Sleeping Car Washington lo El
Fur l'lilludelpbbJ.Now Tork.and tb
4.00 P.M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIM
ITED dally, all Parlor Cars, with Din
ing Car from Baltimore. Secular as 7.05
(Dining Car). 7.20. S.OO. 10.00 (Dining
Car), and 11.00 (Dining Car "rom WlP
mlnsloti) a. m.. 12.45, if.lB, 4.20, 0.40,
turning uari. i..u, v.vv, tt.uu (Dining
Car from Wilmington) a.m.. 12.15, 3.10.
4.20. 0.40. 10.00. and 11.35 p. m. For
Philadelphia only. Fast Express 7.C0 a.
r... . - .. . ...
iu.uu, anu ii..iu p. in. un Bunuay. t.oq
m. wecK-oays. express, i a. io week-days,
2.01 and 5.40 n. m. dallv.
week da vs.
without change. 7.50 ara.
and 3.15 p. m. dally. ,
For Balllnion-, 0.25. 7.05,7 20, 7.C0. 0.00.
10 00. 10.30. 11.0O. and 11.00 a. m.I
12.15. 12.45. 2 01, 3.15, 3.40 U.O0 Umt
itetli, 4.20. 410. 5.40, 0.05, 6.40, 7.10.
40 00, 10.40. JJ.Iti. and 115 p. ml
On Su nday, 7.05. 7.20, 9 00, 9 05. 10-30.
ll.U0s.ro.. 12.10. 1.10.2.01.3.15,3.40
14.00 Limited). 4.20. f40, 6.05, 6-40,
4.10, lujv, Av.tur iiioop. m.
For Pope's Creek Hue. 7.20 a. m. a nd 4.38
p. m. daily, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.20, 9.00 a.m.. 12.15 and
4.20 p. m. daily, except Sunday. Bun
days. 9.00 a m. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Eich-
motid. Jarksonville. and Tampa. 4.30
a. m.. 3.40 p. m. daily. "Richmond and
Atlanta. 8.40 p. m. dallv. Richmond
only. 10.57 n, m. week-days.
Accommodation for Quantico, 7.45 a. m.
dally, and 4.25 p. ra. Week-days.
For Alexandria, 4 30. 6.35, 7.45, 8.40.
9.45. 10.57. 11.50 a. m., 12.60, 1.40.
3.20. 4.20. 5 00. 5.37, 0.15, 8.02. lo.io!
and 11.39 p. m. On Sunday nt 4.30. 7.46,
9.45 a. in., 2.45. 6.15. S.t)2. and 10.10
p. m. '
Leave "-Alexandria for Washington. 6 0S.
6.43, 7.05. 8.00, 5.10, 10.1 67n.28 a.mT.
1.00. 2.10. 3.00. 3.23. 5.00, 5.30. 6.is!
7.00. 7.20. 9.10, 10X2 and 11.08 p. m.
On Sunday nt 0.43. 9.10. 10.28 a. n..
2.15, 5-30, 7.00, 7.20, 9.10, and lO.si
p. m. .
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and O
streets and at Hie station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can- be left for the
checking of baggage to destination from
hotels and mtldencea., ,.
M-PkEVOST. -J.R.WOOa. J
cnJNbAiascr. vn. rasscngcr ageat.
FOR SENT Fur. or utifur.; front and
bacl-4uror,wH ptlmtr cntraucsfwitli
or wllbout bard; also 2 otbrr.Tunms fur.
or uafur. Cull or address 221 lutn st. mo.
AJirKe roiuns, lit iijor; lur! n mpiete:
cooklec ulcuslls, nisbes, cas. brat, balli;
ewtaB nuicliliie: 15 ier month. 3(11 10th
St. air, war binltlisooton. - It
-FOR RENT Sunfurnlshed rooms; heat
anil g.is; $
BO ft st. jiw.
JR RENT " pi
$5and$0. -128 K
HHmw uriiiftt vii, loc
st. nw. tleH-2t -
FOR BENT-y A sl.se.. 2 irlutsuut
funilslieil rooms; the entire second
floor; lignt tinu&ckcivioK ir uesireo: mod
ern. . dei"S-3t
FOR RENT 2 large unfurnished com
niuiiicaunc rooms; heat, gas; new
house: desirable location; $10; by owner.
1207 N. J. ae. nw. It
FOR RENT rur. ntu unrur. rooms,
near lierule aiM cible lines: convenient
to idl Ihe departments; table board. 17 II
st. nw. de2-7tcm
FOR RENT b unrurnlstied rooms, on
2d aniT :Ui floors. Willi muse, bath,
and gas included; cheap to the right
parties. Apply at 1310Pa.avr.iiw. It
FOR RENT f unfurnished rooms.
im inn si.
FOR RENT 425 Mass. ae. nw.,
, or 3" unlurnlsncd rooms: bright a
FOR RENT Furnished rooms: one on
1st. uiid two largp comnmulcatine. on
2d; also rooms for light housekeeping:
beat, gas and Iwtli. 2L0 C st. nw. it
FOR HKNT-weniy lur. or luur.
rooms. 216 1st st. nw. it
FOR RENT 621 3d st. nw.. bet. H
and I: larire. ni.wlr.fnr. flmt.flo.ir
a-ont room: htat. gas and bath. 412 Ik
FOR RENT Onefuri
.3 . e w J ersey ave.n
ilshed front room.
iw.,corU: SB per
FOR RENT Two cnnmiiinicntlng
rooms, wiui board. Inquire 240 bui
t. ne. de4-2i
FOR RENT Nice furnished room.
.. JH'V1. "ceiient table board: low rates.
FOR RENT $2 and 2.50 per wrek:
iicitij iiiriusueu large
H st. n w.
FOR RENT Well furnished 2d-story
rrout; a. m. I.; In jirirate family; with
orwlthontboard. 210New Jersey a ve.nw.
FOR RENT Fine for. rooms: board It
deslrwl. 420 3d at. nw. del-Tt
FOR RENT 3 large rooiiu. tne en
ure .in uoor, n ltd beat und gas; suit
able Tor light housekeeping; private faintly.
bOG K st. nw., south side of Mount Vernon
FOR RENT Two new 1 j rumlslieil com
muuiciiung front and back rooms, to
gether or singly; with beat and light: cheao
lo gmtlemen only; all mnilcrn convenleiiiT's:
private family; rerereLces. Apply at 18
Itlioil Inland me. de.'l-3t
FOR RENT 01 5 bth St. nw.. near
Pension and Poslorfleen. fur. ronma.
single or communicating; beat and gas.
FOR RENT ealeys. 1U12 and 1017
12th si. nw cheerful furnished rooms
with good table board; references ex
Has established the following Branch Agencies, wnere
Want and Liner Ads will be received at the same rate one
cent a word as at the head office.-
Walter J. Boyce, First and N. Y. are. M. McNultj, 1336 Fourteenth aw.
nw. H. Hage, 2153 Pa. ave. nw.
H. C Easterday, cor. G and N. J. ave.- - ' Daniel D.3Inicahy, N. Cap. and I sts.
nw. .. J. E. Wbodford, Fifth and H na
Frank Smith, 4th and G nw. - A. P. Geier, 13th and H ne.
A. B. McCloskey. 1312 Seventh nw. J. W. Johnson, 49 H ne;
R. TAJ. Duffy, Ninth and N nw. W. F. Mackay. 821 H ne.
F. TNL Criswell, Seventh and T nw. Hoylc & Co., Fourth and East Capitol.
Edmonds & Williams, Third and Pa. nw. F. P. Weller, Eighth and I se.
W. G. Roe, Seventh and L nw. Thomas A. Dobyns, Second and Pa. ave.
Mt Vernon Pharmacy, Ninth and N. se.
Y. ave. nw. Joseph Linden, 406 Eighth se.
G. A. Bentley, 14th and Corcoran nw. Joseph Petignat, 609 Seventh sw.
Offul & Blumer, Fourteenth and U nw. W. W. Hall, jr., 722 4 st sw.
J. Lrouis Krick, 17th St and Pa. Ave. W. D. Brace, 30th and M sts., Georget'n.
Geo. B. Lockhart, 1344 32d St , Georget'n. J. W. Jennings, 1142 Conn. Ave. N. W.
FOB BENT BOOMS.
-FOR RENT Unfurnished; 3 good.
well-lighted, sunny 2d floor rooms,
for housekeeping; both closets and heat;
$10 in advance; references exchanged.
32!i Spruce street. Le Droit Park. It-cm
FOR RENT 2 rooms, 1st floor, with
gas aim range. $0. lG4thst.be. It-em
FOR RENT 2 unrur. rooms: use of
bath and Ks. 908 4 l-Sst.sw. It
FOR RENT Capitol 1(111; It you can't
find a pleasant borne, try 513 B sU ne.:
large, new house: Indiana family; room
and board, two in a room, $20 each: 12
blo:ks from 7th st. rnr, dec4-3t
FOR RENT Second story back room;
lieatTgus and bath; $6. 1137 9tb st.
FOR RENT 529 13th bt. nw.; rooms,
furnished und unfurnished: for light
FOR RENT Two large, communicat
ing rooms; fur. or unrur.; heat and
gas: Willi use of parlor. III'.S. It. B. WIL
SON. 310 I St. nw. de4-3l.cm
FOR HEKT-IfSt pleasant rur.
rooms, centrally located. 603 F st.
FOR RENT 1130 12lb St. nw.. Just
noove Mass. nve., handsomely fur.
rooms; a. m. I; terms reasonable.
FOR RENT 1141 5lh st. nw.. fur. or
unrur. rooms for light housekeeping;
also rooms and board. dc2-4tem
FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms, cheer
ii i ana eu-an: brat, cas and bath: $ SS
and S10. 813 3d at. nw. de2 6t
FOR KENT Fine furnished rooms,
with table Tioard. Inquire ALEXAN
DERGEOKOE. 2183dst.se. dc2-4t
FORRENT New Engiandtamily,ai6
lSth st. nw.. rooms wllh board: half
FOB HEN'f HOUSES.
FOR RENT House on De Moines st.
UrlKtitwood Park; 7 rooms; 2.1atr0bcs;
well In vnrd: cellar.: $10 a month de4-2t
FOR RENT Reduced to $20: nearly
new handsome house. 906 IlUi sr.
se.', 8 roomsrlarge parlor: a. in. 1.. furnace,
back alley: on and near car lines: stnbliue
It needed. Apply nt 900, dc3-7t
FOR RENT A t $22.00, that handsome
cor. house, 337 r st. ne.: C rooms, hath.
fnrnace, concrete cellar. $22.50. ilEIS-
KELL& McLEARN.ll08Fi.t.nw. del-4t
VOn BENT STABLES.
FOR RENT Cheap Possesslou De
cember 15, a fine stable, 25x80 feeU
rwo apartments; every convenience: five
stalls, with plenty of room for more:
adjacent to !00 Eleventh st. se., where
apply: can rent connected eight-room
dwelling on front street If desired.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE-Colored purchasers can
buy n-rourn brick houses on C et. se..
for 525 cash and $16 monmly payments.
Call on LITTLEFIELD. EVANS & CO..
403 Otli St. nw. no30-7t
V08 SALE OR EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE or Exchange Horse,
cuupe, harness and license, at a bar
gain; so reasonable nflcr refused; or wlU
trade ror small business. Apply 1337 U
st. nw. It-em
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR S A LE I have 7 lols at Lincoln
Pork and on new electric car line at
$1 per root, or about $1,000 per lot:
bargain. JAMES Q. JESTER, & F .
Tin.. 9at4-fl i
1 , TM-
PERSONAL WaBungtoo, D. C.i Oct.
23, lMiwnrbavejwed Crump' Toofc
fur Jmiisesilon and Caiipatlon and fcn
ts?en irrea 1 1 y neneflted. WiUiin two fttrattR
I galmil over 23 pounds in flesh. HXItOIf
NIGHT CLAHEI in oil and Utter
color P.UDIUJR. TUfi ABT HQOlBi
1001 st. nw. . de0-3t
SO CENTS down: new credit bj sitn!
lacb curtains, portieres, rugs. tW J
iment joianseuj, qums. uDie ana,iano
covers, cbloa dinner and toilet sets, silver
plated ware, banquet lamps, onyxstables
cioLKs,-wiii(iuw snuues. aioums, etc nrna
IKMUI. Win brltc samples. NuUl HJEABT.
CICEDIT HOUSE, 1210 H at. ne. Open
nil u p.m. Columbia cable cars and berdics
pass the door.
WANTED Singers for amateur opera:
t.oou u os. tfoom 20. q:h F at. It
20c. WORCU'8. 924 7tb sU nw.
A fTKR nnxouiHl iiieuitmlon we havp
onciuded to sell overcoats and suits
"slilelKlltl ettstnm mnde ones." that aim
Just tiorn a little, at liortl times' priors.'
JUB11IM- ULU HTAISU. Bill It SU.0W.
OTTTi?sz- eurr. either sex: anr nllment-bv
k. the now electric treatment: relieves at"
once: coiiHOIIiillon rrre. MrJUtUAL. inTi
TUTn. 037 F st. ll w. df3-14t
RTrfTirRE and kindred disease cured
ul the National Hernial Institute: re
moved from 1421 G t. to 141G p Bt.-con-stiltalloD
free. THOMAS BOIlINSONi M.
!.. Operating Burgeon. de3-7t
ROTT A RE piano $1 50: $5 cash. $3 per
ruonlb. UIJUO WORCH. !24 7tnc ,
THE "3 DATS" CURE Dr. Mc-
Kf.EHAN, 710 T2th st. nw; e a. ttto
8 p. m. dec 1 -lOt
"UNDER tbe. Double Eagle." latest two.
so-prbcT HDUO WORCU. 24nth-st.
FIAKOS tuned by Wm. C. Frlzzell at
Iol"-st rales. 623 0th s is..
DR. 1'AllOH. F st. n wi. maksa
fui' asta of teeth for SB: satikfacUsa
narantord: teeth extrattsd arltooot pals:'
KQld rating. i: unanam. aoc.
LADIES ncrdlnx conOdenwat trMt
meLt. A safe and sure relief. In aO
female trouble, constipation, irrerulart
Ues. tumor, cancer. plm habll. Jlstula.
etc Separate looms for patients before
and during confinement, and flnd.boroe
for Infants If required. Strlitly coflden
thU. MRS. OK. KENMEB. 16 Fourth, at.
ne . near E- Capitol st . Wasblngtiiu. D. CL
PROFESSIONAL massage. ParUes
suf feriug with chronic rheumatism and
ucrvous alhiieols speedily cured bv lime.
Colford, 1210 F st. nw. Hours. 10 a. m..
to 0 p. in.; Snodays. 2 to 6 p. m.
secured at Cuo 13th st. nw. Paper-
haceers, painters, bridge and structural
iron workers, carpenters, lattiers, plaster
INOMfirfS UliRAKI Arfn BUBEAD OF
LABOR, 600 13th st- nw. Telephone. 260.
M. P. rillENK. Clerk. EOfHX
J.T. W ALK:ERSONS.20410thBt.
nw.. carpet uninr. felts, fire brick and
rbty.asbeatos. paints, brushes lime, cement,
two and tbree-plr rooflne material. anr21-ti
SlOO reward ror a case of Dyspepsia or
Indigestion that cannot be cured with
Crump's Tonic of Fruit and Spiers. A
delicious and Invigorating tonic The
most remarkable remedy ever discovered
ror stomach troubles. Quick acting. The
good effects are felt from the first bottle.
CUCliP H'F'U Co.. 003 st. nw.
A S400 nprlgbt piano one year old.
forsaleroronly$:26. Address PIANO.
this office. de4-3t
"WlrlT S1TOTJT.TJ TOC Pay cash lor
vour Christmas nresents. when I mn
'Witting to let yno pay for them by the
week or monlU' lu can not get-better
watches or Jewelry than I sell, and nothing
makes more acceptable girts. GEORGE I).
HORNING. Boom 8. Central Building. 9th
and Pa. ave.
'CENTRAL High School Two-Step,"
by IL Bruit. kamp. At all musIc-Jdores.
REMEMBER classes daily at Frazee'a.
Art School; also night classes: it al-
rcadv'haa tlie birff'rst.mtrenieinee nf anv
private studio In the city: its patrons coojeV
from the four quarters ot the city and
nearly all tbe suburban towns: Its annual
sale has been postponecLunlil Dec. 15. and
will then continue ten davs: cut this out
asit appears only once. TUE HARRISON,
cor. of 3d and G sts. nw. de4-2tcm
Royal Unjterstty of Cojieniiagen, will
receive pupils on Piano. Organ, Theory and
Composition. Studio, Droop's Music Store.
Apply Droop's or Ems' Music Houses.
Kindly mention that you read this In The
Times- , dec-7t-em
TEACHER OF CORNET.
P. L. GUKCKEL,
231 Tenth street northeast.
WANTED FupiM In oil painting by
an experienced lady teacher; speci
mens of her work oan'be seen at her home.
137 Cal.st.pe. r-r- dccl-7t
" J, ra... UlUDi V
Music and theory
taught by J. Fgl
l sc.nw.. leruisznouen
SSBIP One ilol-
h.aI vet Q -.b fs
arv. Two nlrhis
A BURLING Busind
oitege. 12th and
F sts. nw. Ladles' CIS
rfrom 3 to 4 p.m.
TirrM'OXiATrRTCts-iK Classes. 1328
I fit. nw.Tocsinuiuir Sovcmbcr Short'
hand, dictation andfitypewritlng, Mrs.
Baldwin, ot Business. Jllgh Bcliuol. book-
ADA lii. SMITH. 8 opt
AIMLE. JT. ESPTJTA D ALT.
Eigut singing classes tnote chain system).
StudiolllS Ne w-Iork avenue.
Two lessons weekly. $20 per season
Mount Vernon Seminary
t.ui:.-siii M AND ELEVF.NTnSTh.Li.lo.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
A SELECT BE3U)ENCE AND DAT
SCHOOL FOR SOUNG LADIES
Twenty-Iiret year opens TDE8DAS". Oc
tober first. Large aad attractive build
ings,, thoroughly equipped with every, re
quistte ot a, rennea homo and a urogres
Applications for atUelsslon of pupDa ta
the day school may be madcafterSeptemnet
fifteenth, between the hours often and on
o'clock each morning.
MRS ELIZABETH J. 80MERB.
se27-3mo. Principal. -
lrterfacc. Addresa u U.W., thW ptTIea.
1 lr-, --- 5..t' "- -t vs
- - j--r-
f-ftc' TV..S. . -JJ"'
Walter B. Wjiuams Co.. Aucts.
Twttty-ftwti km Salt;
By crdiFoi tha
TABHTOX SILVER-IH.ATE CO.
Elegant Sitrer plated- Ware,
great - variety of styles; Socr-
ers Celebrated Cutlery of
every description; French Man
tel Clocks.- Banquet Lamps.
Bronzes, Opera Glasses" and
many useful articles suitable
, At our aalasroom.
C0I1NKR TENTH AMD DSTHKKT8. FACING
MONDAY, DEC'2. 1895, AT
1 1 O'CLOCK A. M . 3 AND
7:30 O'CLOCK P. M.,
ContlnnlBg dally at tha same hours until
the satire stock Is disposed o
ThaM Intending to pnrehssa rbeald csU
m. if, whll tha stock Is larga to select f rota.
LsOessrs psrtlcnlarly Inrltoo. and chairs will
bo prorldsd (or their comfort. Out-or-towu
purehssers osa have their (bods packed froa
of chars. ICverr arttela strietlr suaraataed
as roposeated or mousy rf uadad.
J. P naix.
Ifsnazer Tans ton Silver-Plats Ca,
TALTKS B. WILUAM4 CO.. Aucts.
M. B. LATIMER & CO.,
1 229 and 1231 G Street.
Now on Exhibition
AT OUR ART OALLKEfES.
ISa AND 1231 G STREET SOUTHWEST,
ALL TitE WEEK-DAT AND JEVENUCO.
11 a.m., 2.30 and 8 p.m.
AND rOLLOWlSa DAYX
EXCELLENT table board at SOT
13tb su nw., $3:5 per week: meals
sent out. deC-St-cm
BOARD and room. 2d and al floor
front, opposite park; price low. 13" 12
I at. nw. de4 -.It-era
THE TKaTPLAB. one square from
Canltol: warm rooms: excellent board;
$4 to SB per week. 207 Pa. are. desV-5t
lurnisbed rooms with eood
board In private family. S4 ner wrett
convenient tu cars and hcrdlcs. 505 7th
st. ns. del-7t
FOB SALE COPNTBT PROPERTT.
FOR 8ALE-A arm. 60 miles from
VYasumgtou. convcnicnQto railroad,
chtrrches and schools; large 14-room
dwelling: 11 out houses; 840 acres limber:
will pay for place; owner needs money:
$3,000, .$2,000 cash, rest to suit. Ad
tlreas FARM, this office. - it
FOR SALE On very easy terms,
from I to 6 miles from WartiiDgton;
20 acres adjoining Arlington Heights, on
Alt. Vernon Electric railroad; also several
tracts containing from 1 acre to 100 acres:
Unproved and unimproved: also 34 acres
to be sold at auction near Arlington oa
December 4. Th attention or government
employes, mechanics, investors, specula
tors, and business men centrally. Is called
to my large list ot suburban and farm
property. Call for my map or country.
25 miles around the District, am largo
list of property for aale- free to all callers:
also building lots for $1 per week. Now
Is the ume to. buy: property shown Area
4AUI0 JS. VU5MEAT19.
1321 F su nw.
MONET WASTED AND TO L.OAN.
WE take as collateral any listed .stock or
bo-d In any city nf the United States
also ud line life insurance policies,
syndicate certificates, warehouse- re.
coptg, real estate mortages, and t rests.
YtKKES A BAKER. 40 to 46 Metzerott
W.JC. FTJLTOITS un niflco. 1218
Pa. ave. nw. Established In 1870.
Honey loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew
elry, silverware, elo. Special bargains lo
watches. Jewelry, and silverware. au-u-Ura
MONET o loan nt ft ana t per cent,
on Dlsirlct of Columbia realty: uo delay
lfs-curlly Is satlsractory.
WALTER H ACKER. 704 141B rrw
MONET TO LOAN in large sums.
or as low- as l.OOtr. at 5 and 6 per
rent Oh D. O. real estate; also $250. $500.
$750. etc.. at 6 per cent WM. H. BAUN
DERB A CO.. 1407 F at. aw tf
MONET TO LOAN All classes ot
real estate wans rowf with promptness
SICAireut rates THE McLACHLEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor
ner loth and G streets nw m9 tf
WANTEJ-The loan of $8,000 on first-
class iuuu property: no ageota. 70S
TANTED POSTAGE STAMPS.
ST4JSO Paid for ?5 State Department
stamps; same proportion paid for all
other department stamps used or unused,
in any quantity; also for collections of
U. 8. and foreign atamns. c. F. ROTH
FUUHS. 359 1-2 Pa. nve. coS4-tr
WANTED Department stamps; win
buy all kinds and any quantity and pay
Ihe tihrhest cash prices obtainable. H. F.
DUNKHOR8T. 1005 7th St. nw.
WANTED Lot in Bright wood Park or
vicinity: stair lowest cash price and
location.' -Address H. H. B. this office.
o5-3t ." - - - '
UNITED STATES UARHilAtVrf aALUOF
A LARGE STOCK OF DBS' GOODS.
UNDE R W EAR. AC, AT NO. 1502 HE V-
BNTii TUEEXN)KTHW 3".
, Br,mo,,leB Vfita.bf flw
Issued bv, Lnwli I. O NcaL Justice
peace, And .to.in directed, lwilLU t
iiunlto sale for cash, at -Kb. 1STJ2 BcTPntn
Street northwest, on Tuesday, Ihe 10th
day ofllecember. A. D., 1698, at 11 ti'Mock
tu m., the largo stock r dry-goods, under
wear, Ac, seized ana levied upon at tha
property of Sol Peyser, and son lo satisfy
executions No. 11225 to li-234". Inclusive,
In favor of Isaac Garner. Natalia Pevser.
LChas. Friedlander, Itay Dux, EmanseiDux
sou Auoipn risnei.
V ALBERT WILSON,
U. 8. afarsluU. 1). O.
DPNCANBON BROS.. Auctioneers.
A Decree of Silence.
(By Mr. M. L. Pnyne.)
When Allen Davis married Luella Clark
persons who were not consulted In the mat
ter as very few were wondered -what he
saw in that girl to lull In love with; uot ner
beauty, certainly, since she had none; nor
her Intellectual graces, which were lew and
far between: nor her amiable cbaracter.for
ahe bad a sharp tongue, and they lelt the
matter as one beyond their comprehension.
uui it any or mem nau flawed Allan Dltnsc.iT
he could nut have tuld them. It was enough
for hlra that love goes where it Is sent, and
that he did love LucOa wllh his whole true
heart, no one knew better than he.
So they were married, and I wish I could
add tbe dear old story book formula, "lived
happy forever after," but as this is a true
story and not a romance it must follow out
tbe beaten track of teal life, even to the
Allan knew when he married his wife that
ahefaad a complaining tongue. Hs-hadheard
her talk to her old father, and not even his
great love tot her could make her stinging
words, spoken without any apology of pas
siqn, seem other than discourteous and un
fillal. And when the meek old man bent his
head to the word that was more cruel than
a blow he Allan blamed, him for submit
ting so tamely to a woman's Invective,
promising to himself a different. stats of
affairs when he should hare tha right to
For abrlef time Allan wasashappyas any
of us are permitted to be In this transitory
life, and Luella, pleased with her new estate,
and her handsome, loyal husbsnd, was like
a creature of different nature, and the old
father, having passed peacefully away, left
an Interim or suspended hostility. In which
Allan established a kingdom of happiness,
widen he Imagined to be on a firm founda
tion. He was never more mistaken.
For the ruler of this kingdom was Ihe
queen or discontent. Allan had never been
nagged, bu t Luella was nemetna rtr n. . pel ii e.
Having round the vulnerable nolnt In his
armor or peace, ahe thrust tbe Javelins
of anger In. with Ihe slightest pretext, and
smiled to see him wince. It gave evidence
of her power. The old father had escaped:
but tier husband washers, he must stay and
I know Uiis Is not a pltasant story, and
readers need go nu further unless they are
Interested In a curious psychological tact.
t ruysiir am a believer ta heredity. I am
sure that somewhere In the past this woman
had an ancestor with a sharp tongue, which
she had never tried to bridle. If there Is
sympathy ror the man who inherits a con
suming thirst for drink, why not for the
woman wfaohaa had bequeathed toherabad
temper, which she took wllh her hair and
Luella had everything to make her happy,
from tUestandpolntof any reasonable being,
but she never ceased complaining, and at
last the good nature and fortitude of her
husband deserted Mm, and lie turned, not
as the worm turns, but rather like a rag
ing lion, and Luella held tier peace In sheer
"I wish you were dumb," he said. In a
voice of concentrated wrath and scorn. "I
wish I might never hear the sound of your
Like all evenly balanced natures, when
be ot erstepped boundaries, he went too far;
but there was this In extenuation, bis words
came from the lips and not from the heart,
they sounded far worse than Uiev inten-
Uoned, and they recoiled on himself, even
Ufore he bad seized his hat to leave the
house. He turned to ace their efrect on
Luella. and found, to Ids horror, that she
bad fainted .
Then he called himself a brute, sent for
friends and a doctor, and hung over his
wife, prostrate with grier and remorse.
until she opened her eyes and recognized
ne begged her forgiveness, but to all bis
entreaties she only shook her head feebly.
untli.it last, when he pleaded for one word.
she made a motion which indicated a wish
to write, and. wrth a horrible fear taking
possession Of him. Jie gave her naner nml
pencil, and this Is what she wrote:
"Vouhnveyonrwlsh. You wlllneverhenr
my voice again. I am stricken dumb,"
It was noised about the community, and
people talked old. people especially of
what they caned "a visitation of God."
called it acute paralysis, and said it was
reflex and would pass off presently, but
they were wrong In their prognostications.
Ludla wentabouther work again, the light
household duties which devolved upon her.
bat no word came from her mute lips. Al
lan, who was beside himself with grief and
disappointment, urged her to learn the
tabial lauguare. Indeed, offered to forego
speech for her sake and learn the lessons
of Nllence with her. but she would not
listen to the suggestion. And then began
the martyrdom of Allan Davis.
Luella could hear perfectly, so that her
husband and friends were not constrained in
tbelr speech, but oay word she had to aay,
any messagcoranswer In therr conversation
coming from her, must be written. 8he was
catlon, and writing tablets or tbe daintiest
sort were scattered around the house like
some new bric-a-brac ot speech.
wire was something marvelous. He never
wearied or love-like attentions, and he
never demanded the slightest recognition of
them. He spent every hour or bis existence
not employed in his business In devising
pleasures for Luella, and on those unfortu
nate lax when a dumb devil of ill nature
asserted Itself he met her mute reproaches
with a M-ir-abnsemeDttliat was neither on
manly fcor servile, but Chrisl-likc. His
bonny brown locks turned gray, his laugri-
ing.noyisn race took nthestiadow8or(nrIy
age, but his spirit remained serene and
patient, and tbe lore he held in his heart Tor
Shis woman grew brighter and more fer
vent toward the end. And the end came
before tbe fire of youth bad quite turned
to ashes the end for Allan Davis.
It was a simple case of Influenza at first,
with no suggestions of danger, until one
day the doctor looked grave, nnd tbe next ha
said to Luella:, "Tour husband will die!"
He w.itcheil her sharply, but no quiver of
an eyelid told him what he wanted to know.
She wrote a question on her tablet:
"At any time tonight, perhaps," answer
ed the doctor, and again he watdicil her
narrowly. Did be surprise a flash of Joy in
her cold eyes, a rlrange tencdrawlcgof tie
lines around her setere moulh? It might
have been hit Imagination, but at any rate
he was glad for Allan Davis.
The etui came at night, when Luella
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If so, sign this coupon and send it to
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monsUr petition to be presented to Congress.
You are paying twice
watched wjth her husband alonf . Be had
bea i sleep and dreamed arwethliig tha
atMkeaed Mm with js. wild atari; and made
" J trOkmstejRkJtexcept Ms wife.
wun oeni over cup witn a ncwsoijcuadela
nrtraceV HXamwft;(VM waaaratcfuL
"I aitf going to teste you, dear," lie said
In the slow, precise tones of those who are
pearly. done wjth human speech, ".will you
fxt.let rbctake with me as my last glad
heritage a word of fbrglveoesBfor the great
wrong- I dldf.
Luella looked at him and an nnmistaknblo
CleatU of triumph shone In her eyes and ex
pressed Itself In her movements as sba
aelked her tablet, and wrote something upon
It Itr plain, distinct letters. Allan saw
the look and the hope that bad sustained
him so many years teemed now about lobe
realized; and be lifted his head eagerly
to read for the last, tlcie that beloved
Bat God. inure mercifnl than his creature,
bad anointed his eyes with a film, and
with tbe written words he so longed to
seo held before him by an unfaltering:
band, he loused his bold on earthly lova
and hate, and despoiled the last sting of u.
terrible revenge. i
For this nan what Luella bad written
for her dying husband tu read:
"Since you are about to die I win ten yort
that I have never lor one moment been In
capable of speech. I nssumed a misfortune
lo punish you as yon deserved. I Cave sua
cceded." Detroit Free Press.
LIVED ON SNAKE 8TEW.
New Tork Man In tlio Woods nxpeO
vncea Fenrful Tblnjps.
New Turk Frewa.
Binghamton. Nor. 30. Henry Boyd, m
New Yorker, who recently went into tbe
woods by order of bis physician, has re
turned to that city Improved In health, but
Kith his faith In woodland cooking de
stroyed. , Boyd crgaged the services of a
half-breed Indian trapper named Starlight,
whom be found near Hancock, and the
two men entered Ihe Pennsylvania woods
at tbe State Hue. Just abote this city.
After a two-days' tramp they estab
lished tbelr camp in Ihe heart or a forest.
Boyd would shoulder bis gun and start rf
In search of game. leaving bis companion to
prepare the meal. Partridges and other
game were plenty, but after the first day's
sojourn tbe trapper prepared a highly
flavored and palatable dlsb. which bo
termed "kntoucble." It consisted or fish
and other things, wllh a savory mlxtnra
were met with the explanation. "0b, It's
One day Boyd wandered a short dUtasca
from Ihe camp and sat down on n pile nf
leaves beneath a large 'tree to have a
smoke. He dozed off and was suddenly
brought to an unpleasant realization of hit
position by n sharp whirring sound. With,
horror, he observed nut live feet from bis
face the ugly waving head oran angry rat
tler ready to strike. A movo would but
hastcu the fatal blow; to remain was sura
Dazed by his predicament, Boyd did not
notice the block glistening folds" or another
reptile on a limb directly over tbe rattler.
It was a black snake, the rattler' deadly
enemy. As the brown bead raised itself to
strike, a swift black streak shot through.
tbe air, and tbe black snake's, foils were
coiled about the neck of Its poisonous an
tagonist. Then the sinuous todies twisted
and writhed, while the limb to which tha
black snake clung bent and cracked be
neath the weight ot the combatants.
At last the struggles ot the rattler grew
less and less. It was evident It was loslag
its wind, and as tlie colls of its body re
laxed, the grip on his throat tightened until
it hung straight down like a piece of rope.
Then the black snake making sure bin
enemy was dead, dropped to the ground
and glided away, leaving the rattler in tha
Boyd carefully examined the remains
to assure himself that life was gone, and.
procuringn stick, proceeded totarrythertp
tlie to camp ror the purpose of prescrvlDs
the skin. As he drew near tlie camp fire a
bright smile overspread Starlight's race.
Seizing a knife be removed the skin and be
gan to cat up the body into kngths of two
"What are you going to do?" asked Boyd.
"Katouchle." was the laconic response;
and the awful troth dawned on the hunts
man that this was tlie.prlncljial ingredient
ot the delectable dish he bad been enjoying
every day for tw weeks. Even now. In
New Tork, tbe spectre or that ingredieas
rises before him to epoiIbi3 appetite.
TFRATH IN A PULPIT.
Minister Almost Anatticnintlzos Bos
ton and 3Iu kex Reference tu Sodom
New York Frew.
Boston, Nov. 30. The Bev. Dr. I. J".
Lansing, tbe clergyman who made himself
notorious not many months ago by calling
President Cleveland "a drunkard." has
again made somewhat of a stir. Dr. Lan
sing Is "down" on the subway, that great
ditch which mars the appearance of tha
retail business district of Boston, and last
Sunday he so far lo&t his head that he used
in his pulpit language which has caused no
little comment since.
When the doctor arrived at the Parle
Street Church on Sunday morning, prepared
to measure out good advice to his. Dock,
he found to his dimay that only ouc en
trance to the temple was accessible.
In their lrrevent haste to forward Ihs
work on tbe greaat excavation tbe la
borers bad delved tbe subway itself up to
the very doors nf the church. An accident
occurred Just before the time to com
mence the sirrlce which came near stop
ping the meeting, it not destroying tha
An uncovered water main burst. Tho
water shot out with great force, breaking
tbe window of Dr. Lansing's study, and In
Just about one second tbe room was Iron
formed Into what was little belter than a
mudhole. The stream carried with 11 dirt
and stones, scattering them all over tho
apartment, together with the broken glass.
Before the water could be shut oft tho
church was flooded. Dr. Lansing's desk
and everything on it was covered with mud
and the elegantupbolstercd furniture forty
feet from tlie broken mala was practically
The subway bole filled with water, and as
it surged and washed about the founda
tions of the church laid bare by the exes
Tation.it was feared that the steeple, which
is directly over this section, would fall, be
cause of the weakening of the underpin
ning. Tbe distracted pastor and bis nervous
church assistants bad about decided to
dismiss the congregation, when it waa
found that the water had been shut off.
The service was held, and tnen It w.is that
Dr. Lansing got square with the subway.
Ue said It was an outrjge to have such work
going on at the "portals of the house ot
God on His holy day," and be called the
subway "au infernal hole in more senses
than one." He said thnt when be en
plalned about the noise to one of tbe
laborers that worthy had replied that
"the boss" bad ordered It.
"Who Is the boss" cried Dr. Lansing,
"It Is the devil." ramc his response, after
waiting for a few moments to make tha
"Votooii tlir. Iloml Bill. Sei-imnoimeo-mrrt
on fourth jmsr".
what you should.