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THE TIMES, SUNDAY, ATJGKUST 11, 1890:
One Gent &
No advertisement less than 10s.
No advertisement less than lOo.
One Dent A
No advertisement less than 10a.
One feni vfi
No advertisement less than lOo.
One Gent A
No advertisement leas than 1 Oo.
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JOHNSON HOUSE- Colonial Beach,
on water fiout; terms reasonable; spe
cial rates to parties. Address Mrs. G. E.
A FEW summer boarders can be ac
commodated for balance of summer at
reasonable rates. Address MRS. G. W.
NICHOLLB. Boyd'B, Md.. B. & O. au9-3t
8UMMEK boarders at Ralclgh-on-the-Potomac;
superb accommodations. S.
L. RALEIGH, Ridge, Md, au6-7t
BOARD at a farm house ("Melvin
riace"); excellent table; fruits, milk,
and Ice Jn abundance; fine team. For terms
POTOMAC BAY A new place op
posite Wilkcrfcon's; beautifully located
forsummcr boarding; boatinK.batblng, fish
ing, etc.; table abundantly furnished; terms
low. C. 0. WILKERSON, Prop.,
Jy30-lmo Colonial Beach, Va.
lVOOrLA"VVN Kockvlllc, Md.; with
all modern conveniences; lighted with
Cos, baths, eta; largo rooms and shaded
Lawns; terms moderate; $1.50 per day, $7
to $10 per week. MRS. M. J. COLLE Y.
BY electricity, straw hats cleaned
while you wait. Cll 7th 6t nw.
"jrpHERE ARE OTHERS" IN THE PRTNTniQ
X business, hut few oncerni like The LW
JUporter Company-. Of HB Filth street north
vest You'll malt a jjosUIto rellet tetrads
there. Dolt M. W. MOORE, Ugr.
JTXJSX RECEIVED Pins lot young Cu
ban parrots, guaranteed to talk; also
pjonteys, canaries, mocking birds, gold
flBh, dogs, and fancy pigeons. SCHMID'S,
712 12th et. aw., branch 1221 Pa. avo.
HONUT TO XA3AX.
MONEY to loan on bonds, stocks, tiusta,
loan association certificates, and old
line life insuiance policies; no delay.
XERKES & BAKER,
40 to 4GMetzeiottBldg.
MONEY TO LOAN-In large sums,
or as low as $1,000, at 5 and 6 per
cent, on B. O. real estate; also $250, $500,
$750. etc., at 6 per cent. WM. A. SAUN
DERS & CO.. 1407 F ct. tf
TurrkTCTPTitr to loan on ical estate at Iprs
than 6 per cent.; to be returned in
monthly installments; no commissions. J.
T. B. HALL, 721 13th st nw.
MONEY to loan at 5 and 6 per cent.,
on District of Columbia realty; no
ftelay if secuiity is satisfactory.
"WALTER H. ACKER. 704. 14th nw.
CONCERNING LOANS AND INVEST
MENTS" Read this booklet carefully
before borrowing or investin g; call and get
t copy free. B. H. "WARNER & CO., 816
Fst. mr. m 28-3 mo
MONEY TO LOAN All classes of real
y&sl&te loans made with promptness atcur-
ent rales. THE McLACHLEN REAL
STATE AND LOAN COMPANY, eer
ier 10th and G streets nw. mtX
HK. FULTON'S IX)AN OFFICE. K1S PA
ere. a. w. Established in 1870. Money
Jesned aa watches, diamonds, jewelry, silrer
vare, eta. Special barcalos la iratches, Jewelry,
A. LOVELY home In RockviHe; clear;
will exchange for equity, good house,
neighborhood Lincoln Park.
THOS. F. BARRETT,
aull-3t 519 12th st. nw.
"WANTED Equity in improved or un
improved property, Capitol Hill or ne.,
In exchange for beautiful suburban home;
clear of incumbrances. THOS. F. BAR
RETT, 519 12th st. nw. nu9-3teod
TO EXCHANGE-Horte and excel
lentdelivery wagon to exchangeforgood
cash register. Apply 437 11th st. nw.
LA FETHA'S Hotel and Cafe, 11th
and G sts. nw. Central, convenient.
Summer rates very low. auS-7t
'THE DEAN" Newly remodeled
furuixhed-room house, facing park; sin
gle or double rooms, wjth or without
Board. 3 2 1 Mi ssou ri are. nu6-lw
"Washington, D. O.
H. C. BtTItCH. ManneT.
gTATIOX CORNER OF tilXTH AND B
Ir Fffect June 28. JSV
J0:K A X. I'ENNSYLVANIA LIMITKD-Pall.
jnnu Sleeplsr. Dicise, Smoking, and Obser
Tation Cars Barrisburc to Chicago, Ciacin
nati, Indianapolis, Si. Loais, Cleveland, and
Toledo, liuflet Parlor Car to HarrUbur.
10:80 A. M. FAST LINE Pullman Buffet Par.
lor Car to Il&rrlsburc. Parlor and Dining
Cars, Harrisburc to Pittsburp.
MOP. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOCIS EXPRES1
Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisburr.
Eleeplnc and Dining Cars, Harris burg to 3L
Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville, and Chicago.
TilO P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS PullmnB
Bleeding Car to Chicago, aud Ilarrlsburg U
Cleveland. Dining Car to Chicago.
MOP. M. SOUTH-WESTERN EXPKESa PulJ.
mn Sleeping and Dining Cars to St. Louis,
and Sleeping Car llarrieburg to Cincinnati.
I0:0 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS Pullmux Sleep
ing Car xo Pittsburg.
JiOA. M. for Kane, C&nandalgua, liochestsr,
andNiagara Falls daily, except Sunday.
10:0 A M. tor Elm Ira and Itenova, dally, except
Sunday. For Williamsport dalljr, 8:40 P. .L
MOP. ii. for Williamsport, Rochester, Buffalo,
and Niagara Falls dully, except Saturday,
with sleeping car Washington to Suspension
Bridge via Buffala
3C:0 P. 1. for Erie, Cannnd&igua, RorJiester,
Buffalo, and Niagara Falls dally; eleepiu;
car Wcshlugton to Elmira.
yrr Mtiladcip.ua, New i o'fc. rnd thr Knt
i:00P. M. 'CONGKESSIO.VAt. LIMITED." -xi
Parlor Cars, wltb Diuluj Car from Balti
more, for New Tork dally, for Philadelphia
weeV-days. Regular at 7.05 (Dining Car),
'.M, SjOO, 10.00 (Dining Car;, and ll.-OJ (Diu.
Snp Car; a m.. 12:15, 8:15, 420, 6:40, 10:00. and
3iaSp. in. On Sunday. 7:05 (Dining Car).
VJSQ, W, 11:03 (Diniag Car) a. m., 12:15, 3:5,
4-iO, t-AO. 10i. and 31:35 p. in. For Phlta
delphla only. Fast Express 73 a. in. tre si
days. JtxprMs 2S1 and 5:40 p. va. daily.
Tea Boston, without change, 75 a. ill woei
days, and 2.15 p in. daily.
Tor Baltimore, C, 75. :i3, :50. :03,
30.-00, 3030. llTJ. and 11:55 a. m , 12:15,
11, 2:15. 2:40, (4K Limited), 4:23, 4SSS, 5:43.
fi5. ti:40, 7:10. 30.-03. 10.-40. 11-15, and 11:55
p in. On Sunday, 7:05, 7:20, 9:00, a.OJ.
J0:S0. 11:03 a. m.. 12:15. 1:15,2:01.3:15.3:43 (4:03
Limited). 4:23. 6S0, CWJ, ti:4l), 7d0, 1033, 1J:U,
and 1135 jx m.
Jor Pope's Creek Line. 733 a. in. and 43J p zn.
daily, except Sunday.
Tor Anuapolla, 7 and :03 a. a., 32:15 and 1:1)
p. ni. daily, except Sunday. Suadays, J:ii
a. m. and 4rJ0 p. in.
Atlantic Coast Ijne. Express for Richmond,
JacKeonville, aud Tampa, 4:3U a. iu., 330 p. m.
Caliy. Richmond aud Atlanta. S:40 p. in. dally.
Richmond only, 10:57 a. m. weet days.
Xccomiuodation for Quantico, 7:45 a. m. dillr,
and 4:25 p. m. weetdnjs.
Tor Alexandria, 4.33. 0-5. 7:45, S.-10. 9:45. 13.-5T
110 a. in.. 12:50, 1:40.3iJ0,4S, BrfX), 5:87. :U
fc:02, 30:10, and 1139 p in. On Sun jay at 4. .
7:45. :45 a. in., 2:45. U:15, S.-0J. and 10:10 p. in.
Leave Alexandria for Washington, 5:05, 0:43,7.05,
:C0,fi:10. 30:15. 30:83 n. :n., 1:03. 2:15, 3:03, 3dl.
t;C0, Sao 0:18. 7.W, 7a, 9:10, 10i2, and llaW p.
in. On Sunday at 6:43, 9:10. 30:23 a. m-.S.li,
tO. 7J0B. 7:20, 9d0, and 10i2 jt. in.
For Atlantic City, 930 Saturdays only), 30.-01,
31.00 a. to. week days, 12:15 and 11.35 p. m.
Fcr Cape May, 30.00 a. m., faturdars only),
32:3B p. to week days, and 11:35 p. m. dally.
Ticket offices, northeast corner ot 13thstrcet
end Pennsylvania Avonue. and at the station
Sixth and Ii Streets, whrs orders can be loft for
the chocking of baggage to destination troat
hotels and rsldence&
6. M. PREVOST, J. R, WOOD.
Geuoralianagoa General l'aasenser .:t
Sbo Xovcr Did.
Her Mother I abhor lcl6sing. The idea
of placing your lips to the lips of a maul
Herself But I don't, mamma. George's
mustache always prevents it Truth..
HELP "WANTED MAIiD.
WANTED-Au experienced bottler for
soda water and seltzer. Call at 8. H.
ROSENZWEIG'S bottling works,2100 11th
WANTED-3 good agents; no expe
rience required; commission and salary.
Apply before 11 a. m. to WM. MOORE,
No. 714 6th st. sw. aul0-3t
WANTED-A goodnmncookin restau
rant Apply PALAIDE HOTEL, Con
WANTED-Agents, local or traveling;
outfit free; big uioney; exclusive ter
ritory; no capital; one agent one day
cleared $73.40; so can you; our safes
6ell at sight; city or country. ALPINE
SAFE & LOCK CO., Cincinnati, O. It
"WANTED Young man on chocolate
and cream workat AMREIN'S , 1426 7th'
Bt. uw. au93t
WANTED I expert soap powder can
vassers. Apply at 408 Fla. ave. nw.,
after 4- p. m. au2-lw
WANTED-White woman to cook,
wash, and iron, at 421 K Bt. nw.
WANTED-At 1125 Dth st. nw., a
girl for general housework; must come
well recommended. it
WANTED-At Hyattsville, Md., for
general housework a girl or young
woman, white or black. Address "HELP,"
ttils office , statiug wagea required , etc.
WANTED-A settled white woman to
keep bouse for nix men; must be a good
cook. Call at 930 F st. nw. au9-3t
HELP WANTED-1U1B AND
WANTED-A respectable colored girl
for nurse. Apply, with references, at
1419 Gthn. w. Must stay nights. nu9-lt
WANTED Smith rieroler Type
writer operators and stenographers
directed to positions. Operators de
fining to familiarize themselves with new
No. Smitli Piomier Typewriter call
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
CO.. No. 1416 F st. nw. Jy31-tf
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
WANTED-By a young man, work of
any kind; good references. Address
DAVIS, this office. it
WANTED Hy a young man, work of
any kind; good references. Address
A. M. H 720 Maryland ave. ne. It
WANTED-A first-class cafe waiter
desires a situation; can furnish best of
references. 204 G sw. It
WANTED-l'oung man wants to do
cnores for board until ho gets work.
Doesn't UBe tobacco or liquor. NO LIQ
UOR, this office. null-It
WANTED-Any work around house or
care of horses. Address 1021 L st.
WANTED-Any kind of work by a
settled colorod man; refs. 1740 Mass.
ave. nw. 12
WANTED-By a lady, who Is willing
and industrious, can sew, read and
write well, understands, photography;
steady work that will pay $3 weekly; is
willing to do anything ror a living. Ad
dress E. M. B., this office. 12
TEACHER-Aii experienced teacher
with high testimonials from former
patrons desires position in private family
English branches, French, music, elocution
and physical culture. Modern methods. Best
refs.; would travel or go abroad. MISS
AYLMER, Butler Glen, Carolina county,
WANTED-N'ce family wash desired
byaividow. MRS. M. A. CRAWFORD,
No. 1132 Del. ave n.e. aull-lt
WANTED-Bids on tin roofing. Ap
ply at 708 19th st aull-lt
JUST the time to paper your house. Ap
ply G. n. DORSE ST, G34 E se. It
WANTED-ln exchange, three fine
farms for city and suburban property.
THOS. F. BARRETT, 519 12th st. nw.
S1.50; silk waists a specialty, atSl.50.
No. 1115 Stn st. nw. au7-Gt
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE.
And charco only for painting workcuarantesl
KAX RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO , 10il 8th nw
WANTED A numberof horses for pas
tu rage; plenty of water, grass and shade;
$5 per month; and will want a number of
horses to winter at $8 per month. C. H.
PARKER, Lay Hill, Md., or 435 4 1-2 Bt.
Sw.; tcl. 574. Jy23-14t
ROOM and board, by Blngle gentleman,
within two squares of Pension Office;
state terms; permanent if suited. Address
L. FITZGEUALD. 018 E st. nw. aull-3t
WANTED-nooin for single educated
gentleman; parlor privileges; state
lowest prises. FERDINAND, 927 9tb St.
WANTED-By pleasant young couple
from Conn., fur, room with board for
wife, daily dinners and Sunday board only
for gentleman. Within ten squares from
Center market and terms not over 35 net.
Address 1L H. A., 108 2d, n. v. aull-3t
WANTED-To rent, two furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, second
floor, Capitol Hill. Address C. W. B., this
COUNTRY Board Delightful, sliady
farm; fruit and vegetables; near Over
look Inn. Mrs. DENTON, Good Hope P.
O., D. C. au!0-3t
"FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT 2 unfuruiPhed front
rooms on third floor, with small hall
room; beat and gas; $11 in advance. 902
O st. nw. aull-3t
FOR RENT-Kooms, furnished or uti
itmihshcd. Apply 309 C st. nw. aull-3
FOR RENT Three nice cheerful rooms;
$10, with gas. 659 F si. ne. It
FOR RENT Very desirable fur. rooms;
also excellent family table board; con
venient and pleasant locality; reasonable
terms. 702 19Ui st. nw. aull-7t
FOR RENT Large, cheerful, newly
lurnisiied rooms, suitable for two, at
reasonable rates. 1022 8th st. uw.
FOR RENT 2 fine rooms, every con
venience oti same floor; cars aud her
dics pass the door; S10. 1328 H st. ne.
FOR RENT Unfurnished second floor
Hat; three large light rooms; heat, gas
and bath; light housekeeping allowed; rent
very lov. ; also three furnished rooms,
third floor; heat and gas; $6, 59, 10.
Address 1127 10th st. nw. aull-5t
3JLX5 7th st. nw. One large iur. front
room; also back room, with door open
ing ou porch; use of bath and home com
forts; gents preferred; low rates.
FOR RENT 2504 M st, nw., com
fortably furnished rooms In private
family lor gentlemen. aul 0-3 1
FOR RENT Furnished, dainty flat, 2
rooms, with toilet; everything com
plete for housekeeping. Address CENTRAL,
Times office. aug9-3t
FOR SENT Two or three pleasant
unfurnished rooms; gas and bath; rea
sonable; at 1518 12th st. nw. au9-3t
IFOR RENT On 2d floor, flat of4
rooms, witu bath room, all modem
improvements; suitable for housekeeping;
convenient and pleasant locality on Prauk
Rn Park. 912 Fourteenth et. uw. 10
FOR SADE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Cheap, a jump-seat buck
board, as good as new, with or without
top; cost $160. Address Room 10, Warder
FOR SALE-Owncr leaving city; cus-tom-mado
buggy; cost S300; good, as
new; just been dono up; also hand-made
Bet of harness, rubber mounted; your prico
my price; must go. Call 710 O st. nw.
FOR SALE-To dental students 17
vols. Dental Cosmos, also one small
gasometer at a bargain. DR. H. C.
JAMES, 705 Q at. nw. It
FOR SA3L.E Bay horse; littlo thin;
good trotter; $20 If sold at once;
buggy, S25; fine walnut wardrobe, $15;
baby carriage, $2. 1828 H st. no. aull-3
FOR SALE-Bicycle, pneumatic tires;
weight 30 pounds; first-class condition;
FOR SALE 2 burial sites in Oalc Hill
Cemetery; 40 square feet; price, $60.
Apply 125 California st. ne. aul0-2t
FOR SALE Dayton wagon. Inquiro
10 and 12 E st. ne. aul0-3t
GOAT and harness; will be sold cheap.
629 Vlrginlaave.sw. nu!0-3t
BREAD and cako bakery route and Ice
cream parlor; cheap. M.E.T., care of 2223
14th at. nw. aug-93t
FOR SALE-A new, $65 Domestic
Sewing Machine, with all modern im
provements, at less thau half price; pre
vious to leaving city. L. M. D., this office.
FOR SALE-First-class Queen phae
ton; a bargain; also horse, harness
and village cart. Address G24 K st. nw. 1 1
FOR SALE At a bargain if sold within
10 days, a 7-room house ou F st. sw.,
bet. 4 1-2 and 6th sta., with all m .J. B.
LEONARD, 530 4r 1-2 st. sw. au4-10t
SACRIFICE 8ale of Extension-top
Carriage, Trap; also 2 sets of harness;
must be sold at once. 927 D st. nw.
au5 -7 1
FOR RENT HOUSES.
$35.001420 9th st. nw., 8r. b.; m. L
0. T. YODER. 615 E Bt. nw.
FOR RENT IIouse,$75 per mouth;
1700 14th et. Inquiro at La Fetra's
Hotel, 11 to and G sta. au8-9t
$32.50-314 to 320 N. 0. ave. so.; 9r.,
a, m. i.; new.
O. T. YODER. 615 E St. nw.
FOR BENT HOUSES.
1234 ilass. av. nw. 6 C se, m i, 7r. ..$20 SO
m.i , 16 rs $101 Oil m 1. 6r 20 00
1701 P nw.m i, 13r. C7 00 504 4$ st. sir, str
310 Cnw. nii.lSr.. CO 13 ana dwlg, or.... 20 00
1120 9th nw,mi,12r CO 80 80S E et. nvr, 2d
170S I. nw,ml.l2r.. 00 5S floor, 2r. 20 00
80S K nw, in i. 13r. 60 00,605 E sw, mi. 7r... 19 00
2050 G nw, m l,13r. 50 00.022 Fla avo. nw,
910 12th nw.mi.12r 40 00 tr i, 7r 18 00
1422 33d mv.ml.lCr 35 ODJClSIst. nc, mi,7r. 16 CO
423 M nw. m i, Sr.. 35 OOillO JIass. avo nw,
201 D u'-r, m i, lOr. 33 50 5r. 17 00
920 R I wo nw.mi, 23J 1 th sw, Or. .... 17 50
10rs 32 50439 9th nw, 2d flr
1444 Plorce pi nw, 2r 16 00
mi, llr 23 50'250G7tn nw, 5r. .. 15 30
S2G5 Q nw, m i. 8r. 27 50;il53 19th nw, 5r... 15 40
1G25 Jiarion st nw, 605 Whituey ave.
mi.tir 25 501 uw.7r. 15 00
1209 Use, m i. lOr. 5 SO Cor Stn & Grant
231 2d nw, m 1, 7r. 25 39 aye nw, 4r 15 00
1424 T nw, mi, 6r. 20 30 2 Scott avo nw, 7r ID 00
1723 9th nw, m i.
214 lt nw. 1st flr
1510 Columbia st
2T IS UU
1004 K J ave nw.Or 14 00
nw. in 1. or 25 30jr.Wo u sw, ur..
17.M f.th nw. mi.7r 22 50 314 13th SW. Or.
451 1st so. m i, 7r. 21 50 12S1 D sw, 5r 13 tt)
213 II no. m i. 7r... 21 00 816 14th sw. Dr.... 13 30
ICOi IJ no, m i, 7r.. 20 42 711 Grant av nw,5r 13 30
S05Flaavnw.ini, IC33Lse,5r 12 80
Tr -... 20 40,135 L se. Or 12 50
1421 11th nw,mi,7r 20 30 6 !cott ave nw, 6r. 12 25
1524 Jladisonstn ll6Guw.Dr 12 00
w, mi. Or 20 30 533 Uth ne, 4r 11 30
Cor 9th and E nw, un-jl336 15 ne,5r 11 00
furnished rooms. 001 11th no, Dr..... 10 03
1243 5th st nw, I
mL.tir, 20 00
018 9th nw, atcro 11813 14th stnw.... $18 00
and dwltr, 21r..$200 00 33207th at nw 8 00
907 9thstliw 25 00
105 Draper's alloy 11320 15th nw, shop
sw $18 00 andstablo $10 00
Rear 1313 13th nw. 10 OOJIfear 319 C nw.... 10 CO
A S. CAYNYOOD, 933 9th st nw.
1311 14th st. n. w., 11 rooms and bath.
1309 14th st n. w., 11 rooms nnd bath.
1002 Vermont ave., 10 rooms and bath.
1203 Q st. n. w., 10 rooms and bath.
1-07 Q St. n. w., 10 rooms and bath.
111 Q st. n. w., 10 rooms and bath.
1201 Rhode Island ave., 0 rooms and bath.
1203 Rhode Island ave., 6 rooms and bath.
Above houses are in elegant repair, near
schools and car lines, A. HE1TMULLER
& CO., 1333 1-ith st. n. w. aull-14t
FOR KENT 68 D Bt. ne.; all mod
ern improvements; G roon'K aud Lath;
concrete cellar; S22.50 per month, aull-3
FOR RENT Northwest, near Dupont
Clrclo, desirable 9-rooai and cellar house,
$4.0; also 8-roomhous innortheast, ?20.00;
D. D. THOMPSON, 1335 F. tl
FOR EENT-1-1 M St., a new 12r;
brick; electric bell; heated by hot water;
a. m.i.; $70. By J. D. SULLIVAN, 13th
and G sts. nw aul0-7t ,
FOR RENT 9H 1st st. nw., a new
3-story 9r. brick; a. m.i.; $30. By
j. D. SULLIVAN, Cor. 13th and G sts. nn:
FOR RENT-Ho'tse 2204 I st. nw.;
7r , gas, water; key at O'Callaghan's
grocery store. No. 2200 I st. nw. au6-14t
LOST Amethyst, breastpin; valued for
astociations; literal reward il icturued
to C . E. SM 1TH , Department 01 J usticu . .
FOR. RENT HOUSES.
Rooms Jn flats cor. 13th and G nw.
50813th nw., 22r. and stable $65.00
1616 Qst. n'w.,'7' i. and stable.. .. 32.50
430 H st. sw., Or..' .. , 15.00
2437 8th uw-.W-r .. 10.30
2528 P nw , 7 r.. '.. ,. .. 15.00
1528 26th nw., 4,r ,. , ., 9.50
1409 28th nw., large hall 12.00
1207 6th nw 11 r ,. 45.50
123 K nw., 8 r , ., ,. 22.50
1613 Marlon, Gr , ,. ., ,. 25.00
8225 N nw., 8 r , ,, .30.50
2510 P Bt.-nw., 7 r 4 .. 16.30
1527-29-31 27th uw., 4 r.. .. v .. 9.00
1032 31st nw., 4 r 9.00
By J. D. SULLIVAN,
aulO-lw Corner 13th and G nw.
ATTRACTIVE Iur. house, $40; 6
rooms and bath; cabinet mantels, etc.;
grand upright piano. 1209 U Bt. nw.;
pleasant walking distance; convenient to
all cars. Key 800 19th st. nw. au9-3t
5J100 1222 D st. nw.; 15-r. brick; a.
ni. 1. C. T. YODER, 615 E st. nw.
$42.50-120 E st. nw.; 14 r., a. m. 1,
C. T. YODER..615 E st nw.
SECRET Detective Service, reliable
and confientldal; established 1885; sus
pected persons watched, their habits
and associates ascertained; in all day
Sunday. MORGAN BRADFORD, JR.,
offico and residence, 1212 N. Y. ave. nw.
AIltfE. BROOKE tells all the events
of life; all business confidential; ladies
and gcutlemon, 50 cents each; hours, 9
a. in. to 9 p. m. 605 New York avenue
northwest, near Sixth street. jy25-14t
J. T. WALKER BONH, 204 10th st. nw.,
carpet lining, felta, fire brick and clay,
asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement, two
and three-ply roofing material. apr21-tf
axaiE. ESTELLE tells all the
events of life in German and English;
hours, 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.; 25 and 50
cents; cures all caseB of running or dry
sores. 913 19th St. nw. je29-lm
THE Wonderful Remedy. Cancers
cured without knife, pain, or pay
until cured: also carbuncles, piles, dropsy,
by Pror. MARTIN RILEY, 467 Pa. ave.
DR. TAYLOR. 906 F st. nw., makes
full sets of teeth for $5; satisfaction guar
anteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling. $1; amalgam, 50o. jel3-3m
; 514. Ninth Street, N. W.
The. Times: -
Gentlemen We, too, tliave used trie Want Column's of
The Times and we can assure you that the results have con
vinced us that your paper, 15 read by all classes in this city.
We received about sixty replies from our last want adver
tisement. That's good enough. Yours, truly,
PROF. CLAY, oldest established ad
vertising clairvoyant, medium and for
tune teller In this city, removes all your
troubles; tells from cradle to grave; ad
vice on business, love affairs, losses or
matrimonial adventures; unites separated
and causes speedy marriage with one you
lovo by proper advice. Call and be 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 Jid Gtb st sw.
LADIES needing confidential treat
ment. A safe and sure relief in all
female trouble, constipation, irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula,
etc. Separate looms for patients before
and during confinement, and find homes
for Infants if required. Strictly confiden
tial. MRS. DR. RENNER, 16 Fourth St. ne.
near E. Capitol St.. "Washington, D. C.
IF you have rheumatism or neuralgia
Inquiro aboutVillctte's 4 Oils.Druggists".
THE "3 DAYS" CURE For men.
This remedy cures in 3 days or no
charge. Consultation free. DR. McKEE-
HAN, 71G 12th st. nw. jylG-lmo
HELP FEEE-M". L. C. Moore, 30G
G st. mv. au9-5t
jJM:E. BROOKE tells all the events
of lire; all business confidential; ladies
and gentlemen, CO cents each; hours, 9 a.
m. to 9 p. m. G05 New York avenue
northwest, new Sixth street au7-l4t
"KEEP n steppln'." We make "times'
a great deal. belter than they really
are by seHintc y:;j.nt suits, custom-made,
the "least b . "orn at a figure that'll
keep you cool. JUSTU'S OLD STAND,
619 D st. nw.' ' r
FOR SALE SUBURBAN.
Ti29 7th si.-ser? store, dwelling, and
stable; lot, 17x100; good alley In rear;
novr vacant; 52,500; $500 cash, bal. to
suit. , '
137 N st. se.; 6-room brick; water,
sewer, and gas; in perfect order; $1,050;
$50 cash, $13 pur month; perfect title.
213 N. J. ave. nw.; 7 rooms and bath;
bay window; pressed brick; lovely home;
only half block- from Capitol grounds;
$7,000; make me. an offer.
303 7th st. Mi.; 6-room brick; mod. imp.;
well rented; $2,200.
Vacant building lots at big discount;
farms in Maryland and Virginia.
JOHN F. nONOHOE,
aull-4t 308 East Capitol st.
ing nothing to show for it? "Wouldn't
you like to own your own home? You can
if you try. How? "Why, buy a lot at Tux
edo, from $25 to $40, small payment down.
$1 weekly;, 10 per cent off for cash; title
guaranteed: no charge-'or deed. Tnis is the
tirat step you want to ta'.tcto secure a home,
i Alter thatyoj won't liml any troubleabout
putting up a house. Why pay, say $15 per
: month, for yean for rent and have nothing
I bJt receipts to show for it, when with a
smaller payment yo'.i can become your own
! landlord? Tuxedo is 100 feet above the
; city, adjoining "Wnshnigto on the Penna,
R. R.; commutation fare. G cents. Fortick
I ets aud circulars .call acolllce. TUXEDO
CO., G23 F st. n. w. au7-tC-m&o
FOR SALE HOUSES.
I BE AVE a number of houses, ne. and
nw. , tiiat I can sell cheap on small cash
paymonts; or will trade; don't fail to seo me
before you buy. B. CARR, 1355 Maryland
ave. ne. augl0-3t
FOR SALE-A "bargain; long estab
lished rooming house in first-class
condition; newly fur.; centrally located;
near departments, Pension Office nnd
depots; rent of houso reasonable; reason of
selling Ill-health; a splendid opportunity..
Address ROOMING HOUSE, this office.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
District of Columbia.
In re petition of Francis Tovar for leave to
change his name. Equity 16,552.
A petition having been filed in this Court
by Francis Tovar, of the District or Co
lumbia, wherein lie prays that his name
may be changed to Francis Tovar Orgood,
It is this 26th day of July, A. D. 1895,
ordered that public notice shall be given
to all concerned to appear In thi3 Court on
the 26th day of August, A. D. 1895, at
10 o'clock a. m. to show cause, if any
they have, why the prayer in said petition
Bhould not be granted, and that a copy of
such notice shall be published In The
Washington Times, once a week, for three
successive weeks before said date.
A. B. HAGNER, Asso. Justice.
SALE 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 of 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 ot
purchaser. R .J. WHITTON. Acting Chief
of Supply Div. au9-ll-13,14.
HALF interest in dairy and milk route
Tor sale; parties must come well
recommended; bargain to tho right parties.
Address D. & M., tills office. aull-4t
A GOOD Business Cnance An estab
lished business needs a little capital,
when It could be made the bnst paying
venture in the city. Address ESTAB
LISHED BUSINESS, this office. au9-3t
FOR S ALE-B)st f mit aud confection
ery stand in tho city; stock, fixtures,
lease, etc.; best established tiade, best time
to pippnre for revival of business; best
teasons for selling. Room 88, Wash, Loan
and Tnist Bldg. au4-ll-18
A RARE Cuance One or the best gro
cery stands in Anacostia; new wagon,
cash register, fine awning; also large ice
box and fine stock; good reason for selling.
II. A. LINGER, Jr. au9-d3t
ONE of the best located confectionery
and fruit houses iu the city is offered
for sale for a few days only. Situated in
the business part of the city. This is an
unparalleled opportunity. Apply T. O. AN
DERSON & CO., 907 G St. nw.
OUTING FOR HORSES.
Three miles from city. Best or pasture,
shade and spring water; only $4 per month.
Horacs called for. Iuquire 610 11th st.
nw., first floor. au9-3t
LANES CHAPEL 0. M. E. CHURCH
Camp-meeting notice On Fourteenth street,
between Band C streets northeast, August
11, 1895, at 12 o'clock ni. Tho funeral
of Brother Enoch Burgist will be preached
by the pastor; at 3:30 p.m. love feast and
general class meeting; at 8:45 p. m.
sermon by the pastor or Dr. F. M.Hamilton;
Tuesday owning at 8:45 sermon by Rev.
J. R. Johnson, of Mount Sinat A. M. E.
Church; "Wednesday evening at 8:45 ser
mon by Dr. R. Peyton, of Mount Horeb
Baptist Church; Thursday evening at 8:45
sermon by Dr. J. C. Martin; Friday evening
at 8:45 sermon by Rev. Doyle, D. D. A.
M. J. B. Washington, D. D., pastor.
REGULAR SERVICE AT WALKER'S
Memoial Baptist Church to-day at 11 a.
ni. and 8 p. m. Preaching by Rev. F.
J. Houston. Subject, 11 a. ni., "The
church as n light in tho earth." Public
New Yorlc Politics.
"Some yenra ago," said the drummer in
the smoking-car, "I had a young friend
in one of the interior counties who was a
hustler In politics. He found the field
too narrow after a little while, though,
and went to New York city. There ho
cnught on in no time, and within two
years they sent him up to Albany."
"To the legislature or senate?" inquired
"Neither; to the penitentiary."
"Well, that's one of the peculiarities of
New York politics," said the listener, not
at all surprised. "Nobody can ever tell
where it will land a man." Detroit Free
"Woman has rorolvcd to be no longer
the one-sided creature the has been."
"Er referring particularly to equestrian
ism, I presume?" -Indianapolis Journal.
Lafayette (playing billiards with George
Washington) You play ze fine game of
Washington Yes, but I don't begin to
play as well as I did live or six years ago.
PLASTERERS Attention. All
members ot Plasterers' Assembly, 1644,
K. of L., aro hereby notified to attend the
next regular-meeting of the Assembly, on
Monday evening, August 12, 1895, at 7:30
o'clock, for tho purpose of being measured
for Labor Day uniform. By order of
Labor Day Committee. aull-2t.m&e
PAINTERS. Attention. There will
bo a special meeting of L. A. 1798, K.
ot Lv, Friday evening at 8 o'clock to pre
pare for Labor Day. By order of Assembly.
M. JT. CURRY & SONS, Contracting
Bricklayers; brick work ot all kinds
done; jobbing promptly attended to; all
work guaranteed; smoky chimneys cured or
no charge; 25 years' experience. No.
C08 13th st. uw. au3-lw
REMOVAL NOTICE-G.L. Wild's
Bros. & Co. have removed their musio
store to their new and cominodious quarters,
No. 131D Seveuth street northwest, where
their friends and patrons will receive tho
usual prompt and courteous attention to
their musical wants. aul-7t
SPECIAL to Table Boarders-Messrs.
Duffy ,5 Leonnarda, proprietors of
"Tho American House," comer Pennsyl
vania avenue and Seventh 6trcet, beg to
announce to the public generally that they
are now serving the best table board Jn the
city, from 6 a. m. to 8 p. ni., at the
following reduced prices: 3 nieahj per day,
$20; 2 meals per day, $15 per mouth.
Particular attention given ladles.
TAKE NOTICE I paper rooms for
$2 aud upward; you can save 25 per
cent on these prices.- F. G. NOLTE, 810
9th at. nw. Phono., 445. No branch.
AT WATERLOO BANQUET,
A Soottlsh Factor's Aniazlns Adven
tures in Apsley Houso.
Continued from yesterday's Evening Times.
"Once Indoors, Sharp assured me all was
right, but for my part I was wishing my
self anywhere but In Apsley House. In
the side room, where I took oft my overcoat,
I was introduced to the Duke of Welling
ton's house steward, and oh, mercy me!
to the chief or police in charge of the force
on duty. This gave me such a start that I
implored Sharp to let me put on my coat
and go. But the fellow was as cool as ever.
I saw him, and he only said, 'Nonsense,
sir. So here I was, a Justice of the peace
and deputy lieutenant, to be exposed in
Apsley House as an impostor. Sharp had
vanished, and I had to keep up a conversa
tion with the chief inspector. I was in a
desperate fright. What I talked about I
have not the smallest recollection.
"Then back came Sharp, as respectful
now as ever. 'Come this" way, if you please,
sir. I had to follow. He led me into the
grand hall and placed me at the foot of
the staircase, on one side, telling me I was
not to move six inches till he came for me
"After gathering my wits and looking
round, I saw, opposite mo a 'boardly'
man, like myself in every way; even to
the clothes. Ho also was motionless,
and "never a word we spoke. Now we
had not stood very long when the Duke
of Wellington himself came down the
stair and stood stock still between us
oa the centre of the lowest step.
"It was the hour of arrival, and,
standing there, ho received all the old
heroes in a truo military fashion. AR
seemed punctual to the minute. What a
sight it was. Veterans with legs a
wanting, arms a-wanting, lots not wing
ed at all. None without medals and
orders purchased by daring bravery.
"1 felt my blood rise. To loot at such
heroes was a glorious joy. The scene
was worth ten years of my life.
"A few minutes after the company
had arrived thero was an extra stir at
the door. The group divided and straiglit
eued up, and, sir,j before I had realized
what had happened, in came the King.
"He walked through his old warriors,
and well he might look proud of them.
The duke stepped forward, bowed and
shook hands. Then upstair? the two went,
the duke, ono step behind his sovereign.
The officers followed and all was quiet.
I was thinking how privileged I had been,
when from behiud camo ,friend Sharp's
voice, 'Well, sirf how have you got on?'
" 'Oh, first rate,' I taid. 'It was niag
nificeut. Now let me go.'
" 'Not at all; the best is yet to come.'
"He took nie into the picture gallery, next
the banqeting hall, where we found the
chief inspector again and teveral othtr gen
tlemanly looking individuals. We ex
amined the pictures and fine old furniture.
Sharp going in and out, as if he had the
enliro responsibility of the house.
"Coming up tb me one time he told me to
stand ncndily while ho put something in
my tail pocket. When he had done so, he
explained in a sido whiiper, 'I have
plucked a feather out of the King's hat
and one out of the duke's. Keep them as
mementoes of this day.'
"Just fancy my feelings as I looked at
the chief inspector, and thought what a
flue job he could make of me. Shortly after
this Sharp desired me to b2 in readiness to
draw back one-half of a large sliding
door, eo as to throw the gallery into the
banqueting hall. My vis-a-vis of the stair
case appeared on the scene again, and took
his stand by the other half. We acted to
ord'-rs, and there, full bsfore our eyes, as
the doors slid back, was the brilliant as
sembly, the Waterloo banquet. The table
glittered with its plate and crystal; there
was the great circle of gallant hearts, the
King, the Duke. The rememberauce is still
fresh as ever; the gay uniforms, the bright
light, the silver clink of the glasses, the
perfume of the flowers.
"I stood in the recess of the gallery and
feasted my eyes.
"As I watched, the old duke rose, glass
in hand, his steady eye upon the company.
A silence fell for a moment, and, raising
his glass, he said, In a voice charged with
respejt, pride and dignity, 'The King's
health.' Then, turning with a bow, 'Sire,
It was dom with noble simplicity. The
company roso aa one man. I tell, you, sir
if I had shouted until the roof rang, and
len shot Tor it, I wouldn't have cared.
Talk of patriotism? My old spirit was
a fury." In fact, tho old gentleman
s-euied to have reached a climax, for
words failad here.
"Whin the company broko .up, I was
takn by the duke's steward to a snug
room, where I again found ray friend, the
eiiir insp2Ctor, who had now no terrors
Tor ni", and some others. Here we en
joyed a most excellent supper.
"At last Sharp brought my overcoat
and helped me Into It, remarking as be did
so, 'Bj carerul, sir. In one pocket I have
put tho hand-glass used by the King; in the
other, the one used by the duke. They are
wrapped In paper. And bo careful, also,
sir, of the feathers." Cornhill.
A maiden lady in Newport keeps a par
rot which swears and a monkey which,
chews tobacco". She says between the two
she doesn't miss a husband vsry much.
i of the mm
Capt. Jesus Garza, Revolutionist
and Good Fellow.
DESCENDANT OF THE AZTECS
During tho Terrible Storm of 1885 Ho
Saved Twenty-seven Pernoris From.
Denth One ot the Mont Accom
plished Scouts and Guides on tho
Pluhm Not Successf alas an Editor.
The people ot Washington have been
wondering who a certain picturesque per
sonage thatrides in a carraigeup and down
the Avenue about nightfall can be. This
man is a foil-blooded Mexican, a descend
ant of the ancient Aztecs, who built the
lost cities in the mountains ot that mineral
producing country. His name Is familiar to
every plainsman and Mexican border pio
neer. Captain Jesus Garza is the man referred
to, and he is well known tothe East through
his daring exploits In saving lives during
the blizzard of 1885. He la the first cousin
ot the celebrated Mexican general who fig
ured in the recent revolution, Cottarina
Garza. Bold and outspoken is the captain
in discussing the affairs of the present re
public, and he Is bitterly opposed to the
Mexican government as at present consti
tuted by President Diaz.
His cousin, be says, is intrenched in
some mountain retreat safe from bis
enemies. Just where the stronghold is
or If guarded by an armed force tha
captain refused to state.
OF REVOLCTIONAIiT TURN.
Capt. Garza has not been a merespectator
ot revolutionary affairs. He has been
through all ot it; has seen service on
mountain aud plain, and has ever been
ready to lend his strength to any move
ment that had for its object the overthrow
of those whom he looks upon as despots
and tyrants. His services as a guide
have always been in great demand. Dur
ing the Mexican insurrections he has fre
quently saved armies from coirplete an
nihilation when to all appearances they
were hemmed in by a vastly larger force.
He was at one time in command of the
entire scoutiug party of the insurgent
Capt. Garza was born January 22, 1844,
at "Vinadlta, in the State ot Coahuila,
Mexico. His whole life has been passed
in Mexico and the South. He was for
thirteen years a United States govern
ment agent, and during this time was
actively engaged in Indian affairs, treat
ing especially with the Sioux tribe.
The exploit which gained for Capt
Garza more fame and renown than almost
any other in his life occurred in 1885. It
was during the terrible buzzard of that
year, and the captain was near Fort Meade.
A school teacher in the neighborhood was
caught in the blinding storm, and she, with
three of the pupils, took refuge in the school
house. There they stayed until their
fuel gave out.
ALL TIED TOGETHER-
Then, tying the children together with
a rope, so that they could not become sepa
rated from one another, she started with,
them for the nearest house, some miles dis
tant. They became lost, and at length the
party sank down in the enow, ready to
succumb to their fate.
In the meantime a rescuing party had
been organized by Capt. Garza, he having
with difficulty secured volunteers. iWter
enduring innumerable hardships, the
party successfully accomplished the rescue
of Miss LouUe Jennings', the three children,
and of twenty-three soldiers, who had been
on their way from Fort Meade to Fort
Among those saved were: Capt. Roe.no w
commanding Troop A, stationed in New
York city, and another was Capt. Brooke,
of Ha rrlsbur g. Pa. All of those rescued had
to submit to amputation of parts frost
bitten or frozen by the extreme cold. MIs3
Jennings lost her left arm, left ear, and
three fingers of her right band. Capt.
Garza was the only one who escaped un
scathed. The captain was once an editor. He and
an acquaintance got out a paper at Medora,
North Dakota, which bore the significant
title of Bad Land Cowboy. His own es
timate of his journalistic qualifications is:
"I thought that I was an editor, but soon
found that I was a chump."
THAT ENDED THE FUN.
His partner absconded while the captain
wasawayandon bis return foot-press, type
rases, forms, and all had disappeared, so
the Cowboy came nut no more.
This man. however. Is no common adven
turer. In the course ot his travels he has
collected considerable property. He is
possessed ot abundant means, and spends
It freely. He is a rather picturesque figure
In his native costume, with long black
hair, on which is placed a broad-brimmed
sombrero valued at several hundred
dollars. He Is as lithe and as active
as a cat. while the warm blood that flows
in his veins is revealed by the expressivo
face, which changes as he talks.
The captain baa a large book, which 13
full of press notices of him, and he shows
them with evident reluctance. His wife,
however, is proud of her husband, and
points with pride to the long articles
which are clipped from the great papera
of the country.
While in Baltimore the captain and his
wife were so frequently called npon by
reporters that he determined to escape the
pencil-pushers in "Washington by going to
a private house. He was not long in the
city before he was discovered by a Times
reporter. He and his wiro will stay hers
about a week, and then resume their
journey to Mexico.
"Do you not hear me?" she fiercely de
manded. "Do you not hear me invoka
curses upon your head?"
He smiled a wan, apathetic snillc.
"I hear you," he answered, in a hollow
voice. "But what ice do a few curses cut
on the head of a bald man in the fly season?
What, I say?"
He sat as one in a trance or church re
ception. Detroit Tribune.
The Inevitable Hero.
Billings Who is that man the crowd la
cheering so vociferously?
board, who is going to rescue Pain's Arc tlo
Billings And who is the littlenian at his
Coddington Why, that's Pain. He's Just
about to start New York World,
He (smoking) And what Is yoor opinio
of the deadly clgarette7
She-(tooking him over They are notnalX
so deadly as they ought to bcExchanga. ...