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1BJL TIMES, FRIDAY, ATJGRJST 9, 1895.
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I No advertisement less than 10s.
A KEW BuiimiT lKarritT8 win lie ac-
co'umodnt"d for Iwilrnce or summer at
reasonable rates. Adiire&s MRS. G. W.
NK'HOLLS. Btfl's. lid., B & O. au9-dt
SUMMER hoarders nt IUUeign-ou-tlie-Potoninr;
superb accommodations. S.
L RALEiuH, Eldgc, Md. nuC-7t
J OHNSONHOUSE. Colonial Beach ,
on water lront; terms rcafcouau.c; spe-
cU'i iau-.. to panics. Audrebs MRS. U B.
BO-ARD at a farm house ( Molvin
Place ; excellent table; fruits, milk,
auu iic Jnabuodnr.t-c. line team. For terms
POT035AC BAY A new piee op
posite WHkerfcou's; beautifully located
for snmnner boarding; boating,l'.nthlng,fiKb
ins, etc.; tab e abundantly furnished; terms
low. C. C. WILKERSON, Prop.,
jy30-lmo Colonial Beach, Va.
WOODLAWN Kockvll'.e, Md ; with
all modern conveniences; lighted with
pas. baths, vU large rooms and shaded
lawns; terms moderate; $1 50 per day, 7
to 10 per week. MRS. M.J COLLEY
PAINTBKS. Aties.tion. There will
b? a special meeting of L A. 1708, K.
of L , Friday evening at 8 o'clock to pre
pare for Lab jr Day. By order of Assembly.
3. J. CtJRRY & SONS, Contracting
Bricklayer,; bHck work of all kinds
done; Jobbing piomptly attended to; all
Wiil- ;.-uai.iiitrfu; moky chimneys cured or
no cuarse; 25 years experience. No.
50b 1 3Ui t uw. au3-lw
REMOVAL NOTICE-S-L. Wild's
Jlru. A Co. have removed their music
No. 1315 Seventh btreet northwest, where
thfir friends aiMi pairous will receive the
usual prompt and courteous attention to
their nidsical wants. aul-7t
SPECIAL to Table Boarders Messrs.
lfly ,c Leomiarda, proprietors of
"The American House," conier Pennsyl
vania a venae and Seventh btreet, beg to
announce to the public generally that they
Erenow wrviug the best table board in the
cny, from 6 a m. to S p m., at the
fallowing reduced prices: 3 meals per day,
$20. 2 nu-als jK-i day, $15 per mouth.
Particular attention given ladis
tatttc NOTICES I paper rooms for
$2 and uj)ward; you can save 25 per
cent on theee prices. F G NOLTE. 810
9Ui st nw. Phone., 4-15 No branch.
BY electricit), straw bats cleaned
while you wail. Gil 7th st. nw
TilEHK ARE OTHERS" IN THE PRINTOia
JL business, but Jit eoncrrns ltkeTa Law
Reporter Companr, of blii Fifth Btreet norta
west You'll .2nd It & pobltive relief to trade
there. Doit II "VV SIOPEE, Mgr.
JUST RECEIVEDFiuc lot young Cu
ban parrots, guaranteed to talk; also
monkeys, canaries, mocking birds, gold
fish, dogs, and fancy pigeons. SCHMID'S,
712 12th st. nw., branch 1221 Pa. ava
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY o la u bonds, stocks, tiusts.
loan association ceitificates, aud old
line life nisuiance policies; no delay.
YERKES & BAKER,
4 b to 46 MetzeiottBldg.
liiONEY TO L.OAN-JU large bums,
or a, low as $l,"00.al 5 and 6 per
cen on I) C real estate; also 250, $500,
$750, etc . at 6 per cent. WM. A. SAUN
liL.il & CO , 1407 F st. tf
3IONE"Sr to loan on jeal estate at less
than 6 pei cent.; to be returned in
mnth!y installments; m commissions. J.
T H HALL, T2 1- tJj Un w.
MONEY o loan at 5 and 6 per cent.,
on Difctnct of Columbia realty; no
delav if secuiity is satisfactory.
"WALTER H. ACKER, 704 14tb nw.
-CONCERNING LOANS AND INVEST
MENTS" Read This booklet itrefully
before borrowing or investing, call aad get
a copy free B H WARNER & CO.. 910
F st nw. m28-3mo
MONEY TO LOAN All classes of leal
euftale loano nui'le wlthnromptuesa at car
rent rates. THE McLACHLEN REAL
ESTATE AM LOAN COill'ANY. cor
oer lbth and G meets nw. mtf
HK rCLTON'S LOAN OFFICE. 18 TA
are. r. "w. Established in 1870. Money
louied on witches, diamonds, Jewelry, ellTei
ware, etc. hpeclal barfiauw in watches, jewelry,
and silverware. leO-famo
STATION CORNER OK fcTXTH AND B
:0:i A M PENNSYJAAMA LIMITED-Pull.
muu Slrei-Icc Jl.nicg, Sinoking, and Obsor
Tirilon Cars llarrisburp u Chicago, Clncin
nhti. ludiannpolis, M. Loals, Cleveland, and
J oledo Jtutlet Parlor Car 10 Hnrrlsburg.
10:30 A. M. FAbl LINE Pullman Buffet Par.
lor Car to J-arrisburff Parlor and Dialaj
nrs, Harribbuic to Pittsburg
WOP M iWCAOUANDfcT Lul'IS EXPRESS.
1'iillman Puflot l'arlor Car to Harrisburs.
f leepiug !il Dinhiu Cure, HarriBburg to 3t
Louis, Cincinnati, lxuisville, and Chicago.
730 P M. iiJ'EHN LXPitESS Pullman
51eriing Car to Ciiicaco. nud Harrlsburg to
Ce eland Dining Car to Chicaco.
'.CtV M fcOUUi-WlJsTEKX EXPRESS Pult.
man t-leejiing aud Dining . ara to bt. Louis,
nud Sleeping Car Hnmsburs 10 Cincinnati
JGtfOP X. PACIFIC EXPRESS Pullman &lep
iii Car to Pitteburg.
7X0 A M for Rn. Vr.nandalcua, Rochester,
and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday
10-JSC A JL lor Elmira and Renova, dally, except
Sunday. For Williamsport daily, 2:40 P. jL
JJCP M. for illinuisport, Rochester. Buffalo,
and Niagara Fnlls dally, except Saturday,
with sloeping car Washington to Suspension
Brdge tia liiitTalo
ID-AC P .M. for l.rie, Canandalgoa, Rochester,
Butfalo. ani lB!;ara Falls daily; eleepmff
car WasUinston to Elmira,
rrrli Uc. s. vct', , snd t1!- :nt
KJOOP V. C f pNURE-SIONAL LIMITED." ail
Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Balti
more, for ew York daily, for Phil idelphla
Tveek-days. Regular at T.03 (Dining Car),
'. 'JO, 9.00, 10:09 (Dining Can, and 11:00 (Din
ine Car) a m.. 5235,3:15, 4:23, 0:40,10.-03, and
a3:K5p '" 0jl Sunday. 7:03 (Dining Car),
Ti'O.BHlO. 11:03 iDiotns Car) a m.. 12:15,3-13.
J.0, b:40, 10.IX). aud Jl:35 p. m. For Phila
delphia only. Fast Express 7.50 a. m. week
days. Express. -:01 undS:40p m. d&ily.
Icr Boston, without change, 7:53 a. m. woei
days, and S:15 p m. dally.
Tor Baltimore, C:25, 7KI3, 7:20. lit), 9.03.
1000 1033, 113. and 11:50 a. m., 12:15,
S-JOU 3:15. 2:40, (43 Limited), 420, 438, 6:43,
6S3 C:40. 7:10, 10.-03, 30.40, 11-15, and U:3S
n m. On Sunday, 7.-05, 7S0, 9.-03. 9.-05.
;050.113 a. m., 12:15. 1US, 2:01, 3:15, 3.-40 (4:03
Limited. 4sJ3, WO, 635, 0:40, 7:10, 10:00, 10:13,
and 11:85 p. m.
Tcr Pope'n Creek Line. 750 a. m. aud 4:35 p ta.
daily, except Sunday.
Tor Annapolis, 7:20 and B.-03 a. m., 12:15 and 4:2)
p. in. dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9:3J
a. in and 4si8 p. in.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Richmond,
Jacksonville, and Tampa, 4:30 a. m., 5:30 p. m.
daily Richmond aud Atlanta, 8:40 p. m. dally.
Richmond only, Z0i" a m. week days.
Accommodation for (Juanttco, 7:45 a. m. dally,
and4!5 p. nt. weekda)s.
Tor Alexandria, 4-:, 635, 7:45, .-43. 9:43. lOfrf
31-XO a m., 120. 3:4tl,3iS),4sS. 50, 5:37, 6:15
6.02, 10:10, and 1139 p to. On Sun jay at 4.3J.
7:45. U:45 a. m 2:45. ti:15, BJ, and 10:10 p. in,
Leave Alexandria for Wa shington, CiS, 6:43,7:35,
8:00,9:10. 10:15, 30.-83 a. m , 10,2:15, 30.3:21
E:00,5-0 C:1S, 70, 7i. S:10. 10i2, and 118 p.
m. On Sunday at 6:43, 9 JO. 10:23 a. m.,.lai
130, 70, 7:20, 9:10, and 302 p. m.
Tor Atlantic City, 80 (Saturdays only), I0.-03,
11.00 a. m. week days, 12:15 and 1L33 p. ra.
Tcr Capo May, 10.00 a. m, (Paturdays only),
32:15 p. in week days, and 1135 p. m. daily.
Ticket offices, northeast corner ot 13ttwtre
and Pennsylvania Avenue, and at the station
Sixth and B btreet. where orders can be left for
the chocklnc of bagcE0 V destination from
liotels and residences.
Jj. JL PRE OST, J. R. WOOD,
2aur&l llaitcei, CeatrtlPasscnctri?l
WAKTED-A waiter in restaurant.
FRED MILLER. 8th and D Ms. iiw. It
WANTED outig man on chocoiato
iud cream workatAMREIN'S, 1420 7th
fit. nw. au93t
WAHTED-All educated stenographer
and typewriter, capable of managing
weekly newspaper In this clly; moderate
salary aud participation in profits; 110110
bat temperate men need apply. Address
with full particulars, STEN, Box 02, this
WANTED-Gentlemen of good ad
dress, with refe., who arc out of employ
ment. Please call at Rooms 14 and 15,
McGill Building. am&pm-u
"WANTED-Boy in grocery; must
live near 14th st. and Fla. ave. ,and be
honct Address COFFEE, this office.
"PTTT.T FREE Mrs. L. C. MOON, 30G
G st. nw. , uu6-5fc
"WANTED-5 expert ?oap powder can
vassers. Apply at 408 Fla. .ave, mv.,
after 4 p. m. au2-lw
BELI' WAXTED-FE.M ALE.
TVANTED-A respectable colored girl
for nurfec. Apply, with references, at
1419 Cthn. w. Must stay nights. au9-lt
TVANTED-Girls to do plain sewing.
Apply at 204 F st. nw. It
WANTED Apprentice to learn tho
latest aud best system of dress cutting;
one willing to learn. Apply to MRS. A. C.
HANCOCK, 1009 II St. UW. au91t
"WANTED Girl for general house
work. 1637 Marion ht. nw. aufl-lt
W ANTED At Tfyattsvllle, Md., Tor
general housework a girl or young
woman, white or black. Addrets "HELP,"
this office, staUug wages required, etc.
WAKTED-A bellied white woman to
keep house for six meu;must be a good
cook. Call at 936 F St. nw. au9-3t
ANY Lady or Gentlemancan make money
rapid.y telling our hardware specialty
to grocers and housekeepers; about half
usual price: lK-auurul; all want it. Call
after 9, 437 1 1th st. nw. aniiSpm-8
TVAKTED-Smith Piemlor Type
wnter operators and stenographers
diiected to positions. Operators de
siiing to familianz themselves with new
No. 2 Smith Piemier Tyiewnter call
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
CO.. No 1416 F St. nw. Jy31-tf
SITUATIONS VYAXTED MALE.
TEACHER-A" experienced teacher
with high testimonials from former
patrons desires position in private family
English brandies, French, mubic. elocution
andphyslcal culture. Modern methods. Best
refs.; would travel or go abroad. MISS
AYLMER, Butler Gleu, Carolina county.
WANTED-Position as butler, dish
washer, wait on table tr bell-boy.
Write or call at 904 9th st, nw. am&pm-9
WANTED By white man, place as
DakT or pastry cook; good rets. No.
15 Minnesota ave., Anacostia. au7-3t
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED-By color-'O woman, placo
as caterer; references. Address G. F.
K , this office. It
WANTED-M)" a respectable colored
girl a placo as first-class chambermaid
or first-class uurse; bebt city refs. Address
1414 26th 6L au7-3t
WANTED-My colored woman place
as cook. 1740 Mass. ave. uw.
SITU ATI ONSVY A NTJS D FEMAXE.
WANTED-By colored woman place a3
cook or chambermaid. 1434 Madison
st. nw. au9-lt
Yr ANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
VANTED-Id exchange, tliree fine
farms for citv and suburban property.
THOS. F.BARRETT, 519 12th fet. nw.
WANTED-Equity in improved or un
improved property, Capitol Hill or ne.,
in exchange Tor beautiful suburban home;
clar of incumbrances. THOS. F. BAR
RETT, 519 12th st. nw. au9-3teod
WANTED Parties having lots suit
able for small boutes, within city
limits, willing to fell at moderate figure;
one-half cash, balance in merchandise,
can find purchaser by naming price and
location. INVESTOR, this office. 9
S1.50; silk waists a specialty, at $1.50.
No. 1115 8th st. nw. au7-Gt
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE.
And charge onlyfor palatine: workguaranteal
NAT. JtUBBER ROUP PAINT CO , lOiJ 8th uw
WANTED-A numberor horsesfor pas
turage; plenty of water.grass and shade;
$5 per month; and will -want a number of
horses to winter at $8 per month. C. H.
PAItKER, Lay Hill. Md., or 433 4 1-2 st.
sw.; tel. 574, jy23-14t
WANTED-Sept. 1 ,by young married
couple, 3 unfur. rooms; eecond floor;
state price. Address X. T., SI 8 let
st. uw. au8-3t
board in southeast section of city. No
children. Stale terms. Address J. E. B.,
this office au7-3t
TT A NTED TJ OUSES.
GOOD six-room, bouse, northwest, for
ca-h. G.E.J.. tiiisofflce. au7-3t
roil KENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Two or three pleasant
unfurnished rooms; gas aud bath; rea
sonable; at 151S 12tb st. nw au9-3t
FOR RENT Elegant furnished bUite
or rooms on 2d floor, with private bath;
25 per month; other rooms $10 and up
ward; caterer in house. 921 14th st. n. w.
FOR RENT On 2d floor, flat of 4
rooms, with bath room, all modem
improvements; suitable for housekeeping;
convenient and pleasant locality on Frank
lin Park. 912 Fourteenth st. nw. 10
1423 N ST. NW. Floor, 3 rooms, un
lur.; lreshly decorated; spacious; very
superior; gas, "bath, beat; housekeeping.
FOR RENT Entire 2d floor; 3 cool
rooms; 2 closets; Dath, hot aud cold
water; gas; suitable for light house
keeping; half block cable cars. 629 T
st. nw. au8-3t
FOR RENT Fur. room, with bath;
terms reasonable; board if desired.
1707 7th st. nw, au8-3t
FOR RENT Ono large, second-story
front room; pleasant location. Inquire
at 220 1 Tenth St. nw. au7-3t
FOR RENT A neatly-fur. back room;
suitable for 1 or 2 persons; gentle
men preferred; good locality; terms low.
720 Gth Et. nw. au7-4t
FOR RENT 821 3d Bt. nw., 1 nice,
largo room, front and back, 2d floor;
fur. or unfur.; suitable for light housekeep
ing; Tery desirable location; price $10.
FOR RENT 309 Cst. uw., furnished or
untunu" rooms. au7 3t
FOR RENT Large fur. rooms on 2d
floor; also two baU rooms , at summer
rates. " au73-t
FOR RENT-T7 desirable fur. rooms;
also excellent family table "board; con
venient and pleasant locaUty; reasonable
terms. 702 19lh st. nw. nn4-7t
FOR RENT At 215 9th st. sw., near
B, fur. aud unfur. Tooms; one fur. hall
room, $4 per month; heal, gas, and bath.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms to single
gentlemen; $1 per week. 1003 O
Et. aifu, aua-7t
FOlt RENT HOUSES.
ATTRACTIVE fur. house, $40; G
rooms and bath; cabinet mantels, etc.;
grand upright piano. 1209 U st. nw.;
pleasant walking distance; convenient to
all cars. Key 800 19th 8t. nw. au9-3t
$23.4.0-720 F st. ne., 9 rooms; a. m. 1.;
key 718. D. D. TnOMFSON, 1335 F
St. nw. It
$100-1222 1") K. uw.; 15-r. brick; a.
m. i. C. T. Y ODER, 615 Est. uw
FOH RENT Iioube,!j.75 per month;
1700 14th st. Inquire at La Point's
Hotel, 11th aud G sts. nu8-9t
S35.0C-1420 Utii st. nw.,8r. b.; in L
0. T. YODER. 615 E et. nw.
$42.50-120 E ht. nw.; 14 r., a. m.
C. T. YODER, 615 E St. nw.
S32.SO-314 to 320 N. C. ave. so.; Or ,
a. m. i.; new.
C. T. YODDR. 615 E St. nw.
FOR RENT Houso 2204 I st. nw.;
7r., gns, water; key at O'Callaghan's
grocery store, No. 2200 I st. nw. au6-14t
l'Oil SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALS House and lot on Poplar
ave., near Takoma spring, Tuesday,
August 13, 1pm; 6r. dwelling; well nt
door; outbuildings, etc.; snlo to take placo
on premises. For terms and further infor
mation, apply to owner, A. W. RHINE,
Takoma Park. au7-3t
FOR SALE Cheap, 7-rooni house in
Falls Church. Address Box 38, Falls
Church, Va. au4-6t
l'OR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE-A fine black driving
horse, eight years old; will work single or
double. Call or address 1208 18th st. It.
FOR SALE-Kcv Boynton drill press
at less than half cost. Call at 470
Central Power Station. uu8-3t
FOR SALE-Must be sold at ouce;
large outside showcase, at a sacrifice.
Inquire 830 4 J -2 st. sw. auS-2t
carema, 5xS, with tripod, 5 double plato
holders, packed hi case, 1 Alvan Clark's
patent wide angle lens with Bausch and
Lamb diaphragm shutter; 1 landscape lens,
1 Dallmeyer wide angle lens, 1 btereoscope
camera with 2 objectives and tripod, in
easef will sell tho whole outfit for $60
net. Inquire; 132 Maryland av.sw. au8-3t
FOR SALE-A litter of fine thorough
bred black and tans; guaranteed; cheap.
Call at 472 O st. nw. nu8-3t
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SAXE Carpenter's ehesl, with
107 tools, for $15. No. 1200 G st. n.
"WANTED To sell small grocery
cheap at once. 155 G st se. au9-3t
UNFUR ROOMS FOR REN T
FOR SALE First-clabs Queen phae
ton; a bargain; also horse, harness
and village cart. Address PHAETON, this
FORSALE-S110 will buy gentlcmaro
7 years old, harness and Dayton, in
good condition; call after 5. S. G. BAR
NARD, Ten nally town. au8-3t
FOR SAX.E 5100 will buy a hand
some Essex trap; carry 1 or 4 per
sons; best make; light and very stylish.
605 Pa. ave. nu8-3t
FOE'SALE-Good sound horse, buggy
and harness for 75. STANTON AL
LEY EXCHANGE STABLE, between 13lh
and 14th, K and L. au7-3t
FOR SALE-Cheap, large desk, suita
ble for office or store. Call at once 470
C st. sw. au7-3t
FOR SALE-Very cheap, No. 3 call
graph typewriter, case, paper, copy
holder, and entire outfit; would trade for
a high grade wheel. Address COIN, this
FOR S ALE-Ata bargaiuif sold within
10 days, a 7-room house ou F st. sw.,
bet. 4 1-2 and Gth sts. , with all ni J. B.
LEONARD, 530 4 1-2 ht. sw. au4-10t
SACRIFICE Sale of Extension-top
Carriage, Trap; also 2 sets of harness;
must be sold at ouce. 927 D st. uw.
au5 7 1
LOST Walter Goetzinger, 725 7th nw.;
for information inquire of above number. It
LOST 2 pug dogs, one female aud ono
male; names, Dot and Scamp. Reward
it returned to 817 G st. sw. nuS-2t
LOST Oa Glen wood road, a blue coat.
Liberal reward Jf returued to 2035 K st
"EEL"P FREE Mrs. L.
G st. nw.
C. Moore, 306
"MiMIE. BROOKE tells all the events
of life; all business confidential; ladies
and gentlemen, 50 cents each; hours,- 9 a.
m. to 9 p. m. 605 New York avenue
northwest, near Sixth street au7-14t
EGYPTIAN GYPSY Seventh
daughter of the seventh generation;
sho can take off spells and cause to marry,
as well as tell you the past Jind future;
persons calling at the tent.next to railroad,
will ask for MADAM BURNETT.
Take Ecklngton and Soldiers' Homo
"KEEP a steppln'." "We make "limes'
a great deal belter than they really
are by selling elegant suits, custom-made,
the "least lilt" worn, at a figure that'll
keep you cool. JUSTH'S OLD STAND,
619 D st nw.
THE "3 DAYS" CURE For men.
This remedy cures in 3 days or no
charee. Consultation free. DR. McKEE
5. 1 1 If
HAN. 716 12th. et nw. ;jyl6-lmo
OXTR Greatest Medium ana Spiritual
Who tells you all things and prescribes
a proper remedy for your trouble,
can be consulted at her parlors on all
ui'fairs of life.
" 1109 G ST. NW.
ALWAYS AT HOME
MliME. BKOOiCE tells all the events
or life; ell business confidential; Indies
and gentlemen, 50 cents each; hours, 9
a. in. to 9 p. m. 605 New York avenue,
northwest-, near Sixth street. jy25-14t
J. T. WALKER SONS, 204 10th Et. nw.,
carpet lining, felts, lire brick and clay,
asbestos, paints, brushes, llmo. cement, two
and three-ply roofing material. apr21-tf
3BE. ESTELLE tells all tho
events of llfo in German and English;
hours, 9 a. in. to 10 p. m.; 25 and 50
cents; cures nil caf.es of running or dry
sores 913 19th st. nw. Je29-lm
TEE Wonderful Remedy. Cancers
cured without knife, pain, or pay
until cured; nlco carbuncles, piles, dropsy,
by Prof. MARTIN RILEY. 467 Pa. ave.
LADIES needing confidential treat
ment. A sure and sure relief in all
female trouble, constipation, irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula,
etc. Separate rooms for patients before
nnd during confinement, and find homes
for inrants if required. Strictly confiden
tial. MRS. DR. RENNER, 16 Fourth Btne.
near E. Capitol st. Washington, D. O.
DR. TAYIjOR oog E sf. nw., makea
full bets or teeth for ?5; satisfaction guar
anteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling, $1: amalgam, 50c. jel3-8m
IF you have rheumatism or neuralgia
inquire aboutVillette's 4 Oils.Druggists'.
PROF. CLAY, oldest established ad
vertising clairvoyant, medium aud for
tuno teller in this city, removes ail your
troubles; tells from cradlo to grave; ad
vice on business, love affairs, losses or
matrimonial adventures; unites separated
nud causes speedy marriage with one you
lovo by proper advice. Call and bo con
vinced that I can work a case quicker
than any medium you ever met. Fee, 50
cents. Hours, 10 to 9; open Sunday.
489 H st.. bet 4 1-2 end Gt'u st sw.
The Bon Marciie, ;
Dry Goods and Millinery,
314, 316, 318 Seventh-St. N. W.
The Publisher TheTimes :
We have recently had occasional necessity
to use your want columns. Although we have
generally ordered our advertisements inserted
three times we invariably have been satisfied
with the results almost before the ink could have
dried on the first insertion. Evidently the Times
, Yours, truly,
- THE BON
OTJTING FOR HORSES.
Three miles from city. Best of pasture,
Shade and spring water; only $4 per month.
Horses called for. Iuquire 610 11th st
nw., first floor. au9-3t
FOR SALE-A first-class cigar and
news stand doing a good business. A
good chance for a man with push. Call at
004 1-210thstn.w. Aug.8-3t.
"WANTED To sell or exchange for
piovision store, good location, first
class butler and egg stand; best market
Address QUICK, this office. auS-3t
GOOD business chance; saloon located
at 604 Pa. ave. for sale. For further
information rail at 812 F st.n w. au7-3t
FOR SALE-Cigar and confectionery
store; good location; eud of cablo line
cheap if &old at once; good teasoii for sel
ing. Apply 1110 8th st. se. au7-3t
FOR SALE-Oi exchange; parties de
siiousol'disposingof any kind of business,
apply to us.
Coal and wood yaid; first-class location,
with $3,000 stock; Fine confectioneiy and
restaurant; established trade, best location;
$1,500. Grocery, fine fixtures; good lo
cation; $1,800. Nico giocery, $600; and
vaiious other kinds of business placea
Paities wanting buyers for any business
call on us. "Wo have numcious applicants.
All business confidential, and now is tho
time, if you want to buy 01 sell. Come to
see us. T. O. ANDERSON & CO., 907 G
st. nw. nu5-mae-tf
A FEW gentlemen can bo accommo
dated with room and board in ne.;
cars pass door. Call 804 C st. ne. It
$4' per week for good room and excellent
board at The Templar, 207 Pa. ave.
FOR EXCHANGE-Ifavo several
desirable pieces of property in city
(light incumbrance) to exchange for good
suburban property; will take property in
Alexandria, Hvattsville, Rockville or
other good suburb. THOS. F.-BARRETT,
519 12th st. nw. au9
TO EXCHANGE Horse and excel
leutdelivery wagon toexchangeforgood
cash register. Apply 437 Hth St. nw.
FOR SALE or exchange, fancy grootry
aud liquor store for city or country
property or mortgage; snap. THOS. F.
BARRETT, 519 12th st. n w. au83
LA FETRA'S Hotel and Cafe, 11th
and G sts. nw. Central, convenient.
Summer rates very low. auS-7t
"THE DEAN"-NewlJ remodeled
furnished-room house, facing park; sin
gle or double rooms, with or without
board. 321 Missouri ave. au6-lw
"Washington. D. C.
H". 0. BURCH. Manager.
RATCLIFFE, SUTTON & CO., SUCCES
SORS TO RATCLIFFE, DAP.R & CO.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO-STORY
FRAME BUILDING ON NICHOLS AV
ENUE, USED AS A rUBLlCHALL.
By virtue of a deed of trust given to us
and duly recorded in Hberl996 at folio 237
et seq., one of the land records of the Dis
trict of Columbia, and at the request of tho
party secured thereby, we will sell at pub
lic auction, io front o the premises, on FRI
DAY, AUGUST 23, 1895, at 4:30 P. M
the followiug-dcscrlb2d real estate situatein
the District of Columbia, to-wit: Part of
lot twelve (12) in section numbered eight
(8) of the trustees' subdivision of the Harry
Farm, according to the plat of said subdi
vision as bameappears of record in theoff ice
of thesurveyor Tor the Bistrictof Columbia,
in county subdivision book marked Levy
Court No. 2, at page 1, and beginning for
the same af the northeast corner of said
lot numbered twelve (12) and running
thence In a southwesterly direction with
thu west line of Nichols avenue thirty-two
(32) feet, thence in a northwesterly direc
tion parallel with the north line of said lot
sixty (00) feet, thence in a northeasterly di
rection parallel with the west line of said
Nichols avenue thirty-two (32) feet, and
thence in a southeasterly direction along
the north line of said lot sixty (GO) feet to
the place of beginning, with all tho improve
ments. TERMS Onc-thlrd cash; balance in six
and twelve months from date of sale, the
deferred payments to be secured by dtied
of trust upon the property sold and to bear
intere?tat the rateofslxpercentper annum,
or all cash at the option of the purchaser.
A deposit of ?100 to be paid at the sale.
Terms to be complied with in fifteen days
from day of sale; otherwise the trustees re
serve the right to advertise and resell the
property attheriak and cost of the default
All conveyancing at purchaser's cost
Good title or no sale.
JOSEPH R. EDSON,
S AXiE of public property War Depart
ment, August 7, 1895. There will be
sold at public auction at 10 o'clock A. M.,
THURSDAY. AUGUST 15, 1895, within the
courtyard State, War, and Navy Depart
ment Building, a miscellaneous collection of
property, consisting r Carpets, Desks, File
Boxes, Matting, Pitchers, Rugs, Shelving.
Tables, and other articles. Terms of sale,
highest bidder for cash. Articles to be re
moved without delay, at risk and expense of
purchaser. R .J. VWIITTON, Acting Chief
of Supply Div. au9-l 1-13,14.
FOR SALE SUBURBAN.
ing nothing to show for it? Wouldn't
you like to own your own home? You can
if you try. How? "Why, buy a lob at Tux
edo, from $25 to $40, small paymentdown.
$1 weekly; 10 per cent ofr for cash; title
guaranteed; no charge-tor deed. This is the
first step you want to take to secure a home.
After that you won't find any troubleabout
putting up a house. "Why pay, say $15 per
month, for years for rent and have nothing
but receipts to show for it, when with a
smaller payment you can become your own
landlord? Tuxedo is 100 feet above the
city, adjoining Washington, on the Penna.
R. R. commutation fare, 6 cents. Fortick
ets and circulars call at office. TUXEDO
CO., 623 F st. n. w. au7-tf-m&e
STAMMERING CURED An ox
pert in the cure of stammering and stut
tering will treat such persons for the next
few weeks. Cure guaranteed. Address
EXPERT, this office. au9-2t
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corner of Twelfth and L streets northwest,
a few weeks ago.
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employed as a laborer for the District, was
overcome by tho heat on East Capitol
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yesterday afternoon. He was removed to
his home, No. 215 Wilson street northwest,
In the Ninth precinct patrol wagon.
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HER CUP DEFENDEB.
Continued from yesterday's Evening Times.
"Have I heard anything about a fair
yachtswoman?" said he, In that mocking
voice of his.
"It you have you will see her soon,"
cried I tmartly, "for I am going on a
"How? Where? Why?" Bobby's beauti
ful blonde mustache twitched suspiciously.
"I don't kuow how, or where, or why, but
I'm going," said I, and I sailed out of the
room with as much majesty as was possible
to a young woman who felt herself an ob
ject of derision.
Bobby walked up and down the piazza for
an hour afterward. I fancied I could hear
But tho next morning, when I drew up
my shade and looked out ot the window,
there, at anchor a few rods from the shore,
was the very cutterof my dreams, thesnowy
w hit ouess of her hull reflecting ba ck from the
glass-like water, and her one mast tapering
gracefully to the sky. Grace was just the
word for her It was expressed in the
sweep of her bow, the bold under cutting
of her stern, the airy lightness with which
she floated on the outgoing, tide, and, above
all she had about her such an atmosphere
of freshness, tngness, daintiness, that my
feminine soul went out to her with a little
shriek of delight. I caught up an opera
glass from the table to read the name on
tho stern as it swung round into view, half
hoping to see my own , for I had not theleasc
doubt that it was a peace offering from pop
per, who hod rushed up to the first ready
mado yacht store and bought this beauty
to appease my anguish. But, no. In large
gilt letters, there was oue word, "Lady."
I flew into my clothes and down stairs.
Bobby, with the everlasting and omni
present pipe, was there before me.
"Have you seen that yacht?" I demand
"Yes," said Bobby, leaning back against
the screen of the honeysuckle on the pi
azza. "What ot it?"
"She is a beauty, isn't she? And she's
"Oh, no, my pretty coz. She's mine, it
you please. Bought and paid for, signed,
sealed and delivered by the Frauenhoffs,
who are building half a dozen 'cup defend
"No!" I cried, hotly. "She's mine; I
know she's mine. Popper bought her last
night "Why else did he go to town?"
"He went to town, goosey, to a meeting
of the Kerosene Trust, and made something
like two hundred thousand dollars by the
trip. He has never thought ot you or your
yacht But the 'Lady' is at your service,
Bobby took oft his cap, and made a deep
bow I could feel myself growing crim
son with rage and disappointment Down
went my foot a pretty little foot in an
"I don't want your yacht. I want one of
"You can have this for your own if
you'll take tho captain along with it." He
came close and looked dangerous. "A
boat like that needs a crew of two. Come,
let's go and get married this morning, and
we will start on that cruise to-day. Pop
per would be delighted to hand you over to
Would you believe i? A little, curious
tingle of pleasure ran round in my heart
when he said that. The wildnes?, the dar
ing, the folly of such a suggestion, were
quite to my liking, and as Bobby's eyes met
mine I felt that after all there was as much
earnest as jest in them.
I faltered, then became unaccountably
"Well, after breakfast we'll talk It
over," I said, dissembling. Bobby gave my
baud a little squeeze and we went in. Pop
per had not returned, and there was a new,
romantic relish about the oatmeal and the
boiled bluefish, with Bobby looking unut
terable things across the table. I was not
so wrapped up in this new Infatuation,
however, that I forgot to be angry with
popper, who had treated me so shabbily,
and I was bound I would be even with him
someho w. That bit of news about the kero
sene trust encouraged me to go ahead, too.
So an hour or two later, when Bobby
and I made all our plans for getting
married and setting sail in the Lady, I
took him aside and said, with much grav
ity: "Bobby, old fellow, this is my last re
quest as a single lady. Lend me the row
boat for a little while. I want to row
round the point and meditate upon the
momentous step I we are about to take."
Bobby gave one of his big.amused laughs.
"All right. But be sure you come back
in time for the splicing," said he. "We'll
be off for Bar Harbor at 5 If all goes
well, and won't Uncle Jan be surprised?"
He walked down to the float and saw
me off In the Lady's smart little tender.
I rowed well a real 'varsity stroke
and I liked to have him watch me as I
sent the boat flying through the water,
with the wind ruffling my hair becom
ingly. Where do you think I was bound?
Round the point, to be sure, but a mile
beyond it, too, up the bay to the Frauen
horf's great boat-building yard. The lung
pull gave me a glorious color, and I knew
I never looked better than when I landed
on the little wharf, and, followed by ad
miring glances from the workmen, made
my way tr. a small buildiug on one side,
Both the Frauenhoffs were there. They
rose to meet me with cordial 6iniles, which
died away when I mentioned that I had
come to leave an order for a cup defender,
but appeared again at the mention ot my
"Well, well, well!" exclaimed the ol
rubbing his hands together, "wonders
will never cease. Only to think of Jan
Van Dunck's getting tho racing fever at
If so, write your name and address
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your name and address in the above
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The Past Year Has Been
One of Unqualified
DR. WALKER'S PRACTICE
Nothing Has Equaled It in tho
History of Medicine.
Dr. "Walker Is till engaged in his remark
able work of restoring men and women who
have lost health and hope. Every day
brings some ne w triumph ot his 6kilL Ha
has asserted that chronic and nervous dis
eases can be cured. He has proven the truth
of his assertion.
Many men are sufferers from nervous
debility, impaired memory, low spirits, anti
the various derangements of body and mind,
due to pernicious habits contracted in.
youth, or to later excesses, resulting' In a.
loss of manly power, wrecked constitution,
and not infrequently softening of the brain,
epilepsy, paralysis, and even insanity. To
reach and reclaim these unfortunates Is ono
of Dr. Walker's aims, and he has been tho
means ot restoring hundreds of them to
health and happiness.
Dr. Walker may bo consulted free of
charge, personally or by letter. His well
known sanitarium is at 1411 Pennsylvania,
avenue, adjoining "Willard's HoteL Otfico
hours, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m., and "Wednesday
and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8. Sun
day hours, 10 to 12 m.
Charges for treatment very low.
In response to many Inquiries Dr. Walke
assures the public that all Interviews ara
confidential. Names of patients who-hava
been cured are never published without
their full consent.
his aget I suppose he will not haggle
about the cost?" J
"Oh, no," I assured him, confidently.
"Only she must be a boat to beat anything
there is going."
"Leave that to us, my dear young lady.
I will see him at his office down town some
day next week and talk over the plans
and so on. Do you want to keep it ouc
of the papers, or "
"Oh, no," I said again. "Put it in the
papers, if you like. And now, good morn
ing. I have an engagement which I must
And so I rowed back, and Bobby and I
drove to the minister's and were mada
man and wife.
Then I left a little note for popper on
ycabting paper and had a trunk rowed
out to the Lady, not to anybody's surprise,
for that is an advantage of eccentricity.
She was so fresh and new that I didn't
mind the close quarters and fell to my
work with glee, turning ttie wheel accord
ing to directions and feeling quite wild
with happiness as with a famous creaking
the great sail began to rise, flapping in
the breeze and spreading itself higher and .
higher against the sky; the the Jib and
then Bobby and his men got up the anchors.
The Lady spread her wings like a t plendld
dove and stood straight out toward the
mouth of ttie harbor and the open sea
beyond. Our pretty house was rapidly
disappearing, and I felt the first "broad
doubt creep over me as I looked at it. I
had rushed into matrimony as J had. into
hundred otaep risks, on the impulse of,
a moment. Was I ever to regret it? What
would popper say? What would the world
Just then my husband came along and
stood beside me.
"They're going to gibe," observed he.
"Gibe?" I turned to him. Dear old
fellow. One glance was enough to set my
fears of regrets at rest, and, slipping my
hand into his, I whispered for his ears
alone, "Well, let them gibe and let them
Jeer! Who cares? I am perfectly happy.
Bobby, dear; perfectly. Areyou?"
And there we stood, two imbeciles, lost
to things mundane, until the big boom
swung over and rapped us smartly on tha
Foo r popper! He was very Io wi a his mind
when he received my P. P. C. note that
night; still, he always considered me tha
tragedy of the unexpected, and was thank
ful it was nobody worse than Bobby; and
all smaller trials faded Into insignificance
before the horror, the dismay, the frenzy
with which he read in the evening paper's
"ANOTHER GTJP DEFENDER TO BE
"Jan Van Duncke, the Kerosene Magnate,
Infected With the Yachting Craze!"
New York Evening Telegram.
Painfully Injured a Child.
About 7 o'clock yesterday evening Ma
mie Folks, about two years of age, tho
daughter ot George Folks, residing at
1234 Second .street southwest, was run
over by a buggy driven by an unknown
man. She was painfully injured about
the head. The child was sitting on tha
curbstone when the driver recklessly drove
his horse upon the sidewalk and over the
little one. The police are looking for him.
Cheap Excursions to Virginia Springs.
During the summer season the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad Company will sell" ex
cursion tickets from Baltimore and Wash
ington to the following named resorts at ex
ceptionally low rates for all connecting
trains each Friday and Saturday. Tickets
valid forreturn, including Monday following
date ot sale:
Jordan's White Sulphur..
Bnct 'Knon Snrincs..
5.30 " 4.80