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THE MORNINGr TIMES. WEDNESDAY, AUG-TTST 21, 1895.
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No advertisement less than 10s
One Cent A
Noadvcrtliirasm lesi than 10)
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No cdvortlseracnt less than 10a
o advertisement less than 10a r ondvcrtlsoiuent les3 than I Os.
JOENSONHOUSE- Colonial lKieli.
on wai ironl. terms reasonable, spe-
cl.il i.a 8 to parties Address Mrs. Ci. E.
POTOMAC 13 AT-A "?w PHice op
posite Wi.kers.onV, beautifully located
fcr. summer boarding; boating.hnlhing.fisD
ii" etc . tab'c abundantly Jtirnit-lwd, terms
low C C WILKERSON.Prop,
jj0 lmo Colonial Be'ioli, Va.
"V OODI.AWN' Rockvlllc. Md , with
all modern conveniences, Ulitttl with
pas baths, eU ; large munis and shaded
lav ns: terms moderate; $1 SO tier day, $7
to $10 per week. MRS M J COLLEY
white sulpjiur springs,
cumberland valley railroad,
Oiik of the most delightful pleasure and
health resorts in America. Magnificent MOUN
TAIN SUtKOUNDINOS I.'.OjO FEET ELEVA
TION DRY ATMOSPHERE PINE GROVES,
1101 MLPHUR BATH8, EXCELLENT CUI
filNi"., I1:MN3. BOATING. DRIVING,
6HOOTIM., BILLIARDS, TENNIS, GOLF,
111 sp, etc
For llluirted Pamphlet addrew
GEORGE A. FREYER.O wner.
JIONBY TO IXJAW.
XL Kl. FULTON'S Loan Office. 1218
l'a ave iiw Established in 1870
Mom loaned on watches, diamonds, Jew
cm. MlK-rwarc. etc Special bargains in
a,dii, jewelry, and silvcrwaie au20-6m
NO COB5SI.ISSION-5100.000 to
. a i'i -ijmuI nans on ii riuiliuciii plan.
a Ie- tlu i ', yet cent J T II HALL.,
721 Ifctb M iiw , Agent Granite State
Provident As-MiciaUoii tf
HGNEY '" 1'iaw on bonds, stocks, ti Lists,
loan association certificates, and old
line life luwiiaiiee policies; no delay.
40 to 40 MHzelotlBIdg.
MOWS! TO LOAN-I" lw- Minis,
oi a low as $1,000. at 5 aid 0 per
ecu ou D C real csC.te, also $250, $500,
$' 50 . etc . at 6 per cent WM A. SA UN
1! K A. CO , 1407 F ist. tf
MONEY ioan ar D and nei cent.,
on Distuct t Columbia, realty; no
flfia ir hcmittv is satisfactory.
WALTER H ACKER, 704 14th aw
-CONCERNING LOANS AND INVEST
MENTS" Reari this booklet carefully
before b-Mrowmgorinvesting. callaadget
copy free II II WARNER & CO . 918
P et nw in28-3mo
MONLT TO LOAN All clauses of teal
euuuiie luuLt in'luvtitli promptness at cur
rent rates THE MACHLEN REAL
EBlATb AN'U LOii.i COill'A'i'V, cor
ner lolh and G nk'i ts aw lulllf
snpHEKFAHr; OTHERS IN THE PKINTINQ
JL l)usu:es. hut ten ctHic-rns like i lx L&W
tiepoiter t ocij uny, of Mb l'lflh street nortii
vett You'll 2nd it a jiositive lelier totr&d
Jbfv Doit Jl W lHX)RE,Alr
JlJsT fct EIVED ruiti lot joung Cu
ban i..: t. guaranteed to ialk; also
nioiiiv v t,, i jl. cri6. ii.ocking turds. Kold
fish, dog, an. fancy piguons SCHMID'S.
71? 12th .t w., branch 1221 Pa. ava.
WANTEDTo iwrchabc store and
dwelling of S roonih, with stable; price
iiui .cr 5-.50, $.i.OUU ciisli, corner pre
ferred Address GROCER, this office
FOR SJLX.E 29 7th m ie . busmefs
ol.M-. . v itti htafole; $2,ri(io. look at it;
ch ap. $j'! ai!i. lwtanie to tun JOHN
3- HONOHOE.30S E Cap M au20-3t
SPECIAL to Table Boarders Messrs
Hurt j A. Lwnnarda, proprietors of
"'The Ann-neaji House," cohit Peiuisyl
vau'.i avenue and Seenth street, beg to
airi'iiince to the public generally tlial they
sn n Irving tlie bej,t tatilc beard in the
cm , f'oijj G a m to S p m , at the
fo'liWintr reduced prices 3 meals per day,
$2u. 2 inealN per day. $15 per mouth
Particu'ar attention given ladis
ITATIOS CORNER OF alXTH AND B
'r fr'f( Ilin OS IRil
IC3f A I 1'F.NNb LV NIA LIMITED-PulW
mail blcei '.eg Jiimag, SinoklnB, and Obsrr.
TBtKin Cars Hairibburg to Cliieago, Ciacin
tiHti, iudianaitolia, M Loalt, Cleveland, aud
'1 oltMiu Buitet l'arlor c or to llarrlsburc
JO JO A M FAbi LINE. Pulhntn Buffet Par
lorCai io llnrrishurs Parlor aud l)inln
tre, ilainsUurc to Pittsburn
I:P M tlili AtrUAM)bT Lot lb EXPRESl
I'ullniaii Buffnt l'arlor Car to Harrlsburs
Hrepine Jiiit UiUing Curs, Harrlstmrg todt
Louis, C lUfinuati, I-ouiavilie, aud Chicaja
1:10 P M Mi-siLRN EXPRKbs. - Pullmao
Meoj.inf: t ar to Chicago, and Harrlsburs li
Cleveland Dining Car to Chicago.
I5tP M fcOU'l H-V hsl ERN EXPUESa-PutW
iiihu bleeping and Dining ctrs to St Loais,
r,ii! bleepmp tar Ilarrisburc to CincimmtL
JB-DV M PClHUEl"REbb PuUinan&Ietp.
dig Car to Pitt u burg.
JiCA M for Kane. aiandalgua, RochoE,
r iidVftgara 1 alls daily, except Sunday
10.W K M lor Llimra and Renova, dally, exropt
isundar lor NiUiamsport doily, S-40P JL
I Jl P M for W illiHiusport. liocaester, Buffalo,
nd 'Nifcaia Falls daily, except Saturday,
r ai sleepy cHr 1 ashingtoa to Suspeusios
I'i dge ia ButTalo
Jl t P M for Erie. Cnnandaigua, Kochoster,
liuflalo and Niagara Falls daily, sleeping
car atiUingtou to Elmira
X r I'hilaaeipata. Nct i ork, und tho "ut
XtP M "ttlKOilEisloWL LIMITED.' all
rrlr Cars, rith Dining Car from Baltl
nire. for Sen York daily, for Philadelphia
t eek-days. Regular at 7 03 (Dining Car),
'. JM, 9M. 10 00 (lliuiuc Car), and 11:00 (Dla
Sag Car) a in.. 1S.15. 8-15, 4s3. 6 40, 10;00, and
V.1&V m On sumiari -0j (Dining Car),
lit). M0. 11 0j (Uining Car) a ni., ia.lS.315,
4 10. nil, Itlttt and 11:35 p m For I'Ulta
Celohla only. Fast Express 730 a. in week
dtjs Lxpros, 2 01 and 5 40 p m. dally.
jorltiwtoa, without change, 7ij a. in. wos3t
Cays, and Slip m daily
Xor Baltimore, C.J5, 7rf)5, T5D. tJO, S.-00,
JP3, 10A). 331. and 1153 a. ni . 12.15,
MM. 8 IS. .i:49, (4:09 Limited). 4rJ3, 4fl, 3:43.
105. t 40, 7-10. 10:03, 10.40. 11-15, and 11:35
1 m. On Sunday, 7:03, 7s, SI.03. 9.-03,
IB 30. 110 a in.. 13 13. 1:12.2.-01.3:15. 40 (4:03
llinitod). 4!S, 540, 0H)3, to-40, 7 10, 10.00, 1J.13,
md IISS p. in.
yorPoite's Creek Line, 720 a. m. and 4dip va,
daily, except Sunday
Tor Aniiajtoiis. Till and 9:03 a m., 12:15 and I: J)
j m daily, except bunday. bundaya, J.3J
a. m and 4-JO ji m
Atlantic Coast Line repress for Richmond,
Jacksonville and lampa, 4J5U a. in., S JO p. in
dally Richmond aud Atlanta fa. 10 p in. dally.
Sticbinond only, Krb7 a. m week. days.
Accommodation Tor IJuarutco, 7:45 a. m. dallj-.
and4uaj m. weok-dn;B
Tor Alexandria, 4.89. 6J5. 7:45. 6.43. 5.43. lO.IT
110 a in., HM. l:40,3M).4u5. 5i. 5J7. 6:1S
1-02,30:10, and 119 p m Onbuniay at LJ3.
45 9-45 a. in . 2-45. ti.15, 6-02, aud 10J0 p in.
2bTe Alexandria for Wnshmgton, bK, 6:43, 735,
6 CO.a.lO. 10.1 o. 1023 a. m , 1-00. 2:13, 3:00. 31.
l;00. 5-JK) 6:18. 7:00,7:20. 9:10, 10X3, andllrffi'p.
m. On Sunday at 6:43, 9.10. 10S3 a. m., 13,
1.30, 7.00, 7 20, S.10, and 10i.' p. m.
Tor Atlantic City. 90 (Saturdays only), 10.-03,
11.00 a m. ieekdajs, 1S.13 and 11 3J p. m.
Tcr Capo May, 1000 a. m, Saturdays only),
12.15 p. m week days, and 11:35 p. ra. daily.
Ticket offices, northeast corner of 13 1 unrest
ml Pennsylvania Avenue, and at the station
fciitii and B Streets, where ordorB can be left for
tie checking of baggigo to destination froia
ItotelB and r3ide&ces.
fc.M PREVOST. J.R.TVO0D.
Ceueral Manager. Genertl Passenger Vjt
WAJfTED-A youth in lunchroom;
must b' active and polite; lring refe;
no cigarette fiend need apply. Apply 9
p. in., 1400 "Water bL ew., near 7th EL.
ferry house. It
WANTED-A young man who has
had some experience In canvassing;
liberal commission Address EARNEST,
tilts office - It
"VANTED-A fir.st-elass while bar
ber at 703 7lu st nw. TWO LCOS.
worker a job in exchange for clerkship
or any light work for lady V G 13., this
oil ice 1 1
WANTED-Youiir man as salesman in
in dry goods and notion store Inquire
at No :I24 4 1-2 M Ntv. aug2('-2t
WANTED-'Young man, capable of
nuraiiig hospital patients; f m t-cl.iss
place in r.gnt party .with $100 cash boniib;
salary $25 per mouth, with board, am
opportunities to make $t() per month extra;
position iiermanont Address G R , this
WANTED-1U0 boys and girls to earn
$2 per day Get four steady quart
customers for milk for $2 610 11th st.
r-mm vu.tw..i y'u-wn-ii'ii mum iiibii u.
WANTED MALE AND
WANTED-Eight cooks, three cham
benuuids, six waiters, thiee engineers,
two watchmeu 1) C. AGENCY, 1001 G
st nw It
TVAKTED-Ajjcnti! to sell the "Street
Railwaj Guide;" 50 per cent profit
Call at 012 E st nw au20-2t
WANTED-Smlth Picmlor Typft
wnter operators and stenographers
diiocted to positions. Operators de
suing to familiarize themselves with new
No 2 Smith Picmier Typewriter call
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
CO. No 141G P et nw. Jy.Sl-tf
WANTED-An experienced waitress
for care Apply 'WALTERS' CAFE,
211 Pa. ave. au21-3t
WANTED Young lady with type
writer can hate use of oft ice m desir
abV loialny lor answering letters stajuig
in office RUSSELL, this office nu21-lt
WANTED-"White girlT 1 4 "ttTiO jearTs
okl, lor light houscWoik Call at 1821
7Ui st nw au21 2t
WANTED-Small colored girl, ten
tears old, to go to Baltimore; good
wages. kiiMlet treatineiit Address COM
PANION, thLs office It
WASTED-A baud thoroughly lamTl
iar with uittiiig children's undcrgar
mentf..Mead work t the right party. Ap
plv to OPPENHEIMER, 514 9th st.
WANTED-Alrl for general house
work Call, with reference, between
TandSp in ,M6 Virginia avesw au20-3c
WANTED-A lady who understands
making wax flowers ajid one who can
sh'-ei wax Address WAX, this office.
SI TTJAT IONS V ANTHI1 MALE.
WANTED-" two reliable young col
ored nien as wallers, bell boys, or
dmi-rs refs Address 213 L st nw It
"WANTED-A place by young while
man, married, or any kind; understands
the tare ol horses, with good refs Address
Ji W , this oh ice It
WANTED-Hy joung man. place as
bartender, refs. Address J. N. L.,
tins nit ice It
WANTED position liy while man, as
driver, or work of any kind; a
hustler. Address O. C, this office.
WANTED By carpenter, place in
hotel r i lub, all around mechanic; pre
vious experience. V. S A , this office
WANTED-Position Young man, 22
ears, intelligent, and not afraid, to
hustle, a position rau kind.reL Address
L M D . this office. nu20-lt
WANTED-B.v reliable colored man,
a pjaie as, cook in restaurant; excellent
on short orders; good cily ref Call or
address 1398 17th st nw. au20-3t
WANTED-Situation as stenographer
and tjie writer; thoroughly competent,
reasonable salar ; references given. Ad
dress "COMPETENT." thisoffice. aul8-7t
WANTED-H) young man726, clerical
or similar position; ref and bond if
necessary Address A. W D , this olfice.
SITUATIONS VA NTEU FEMALE.
WANTED Settled white woman
wishes situation in private familj, to
cook and do plain washing and ironing, city
refs Address L G .this office au21-2t
WANTSD-By youtig ladj, with sev
eral via1 -xperience in government
office as type fftlier ind clerk, a position
in lawyer's or busi.as A'ice, best refs
and indorsements Address K. F. S.,
this office aulAW-m&e
WANTED-Rerined young lady ste
nographer and assistant bookkeeper de
sires iKihition in cit j .experienced, accurate,
prompt, and reliable; good ref. M. K. P.,
tins office au20-3t
WANTED-Steady txiarder in private
taniilj. reasonable terms. 636 H st.
"vv A KTKD-inSCELLANEODS.
"WANTED-$75 loan of private party
Tor three months; will secure loan by
$1,000 first mortgage note nast due: will
paj $5 for immediate accommodation Box
K, this office it
WANTED-Washing to do at homo.
035 S st. nw. it
V. T. DAVIS, 15th and P sl.s nw.
WANTED-Liglit pneumatic bicycle,
cheap. 094 13th st. nw., bet 5 and 7
p .in it
WANTED-7o buy 2 second-hand bi
cycles, must be in good condition; state
where thej can be seen. Address CASH
JUYER. this office. it
WANTED-Small fire-proof sale; state
bize and price J "W. It., this office.
WANTED-Ladies' skirts rebound and
made to look like new, 50 cents and
upward, according to width. 510 F st.
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE
And charge only for painting; work guar antesl
NAT. RUBBER ltOOF TAINT CO , lOil Stu nw
FOR RENT House No 66 Ma's ave
nw , water; $15 30. au20-3t
$ZLCO1222 D fct. nw.; 15-r. brick; a.
ni. l. C. T YODER.615 Est nw
$43.50-120 E st nw.; 14 r.. a. m. 1,
C T. YODER. 615 E st nw.
S33.GO 314 to 320 N. C. ave. ec.; 9r,
a. m L; new.
0. T YODER. 615 E st nw.
FOR RENT House 2204 I st nw ;
7r , gas, water; key at O'Callaghan's
grocery store. No 2200 I st nw. au6-14t
S35.0C-1420 Hth st, nw., 8r. b.; m L
0. T. YODER. G15 E 8t. nw.
1311 14th st n. w., 11 rooms and bath.
1309 14th st n. w., 11 rooms and bath.
1602 Vermont ave., 10 rooms and bath.
1203 Q st. n. w., 10 rooms and bath.
1207 Q st n. w., 10 rooms and bath.
1211 Q at. n. w, 10 rooms and bath.
1201 Rhode Island ive., 6 rooms and bath.
1203 Rhode Island ave., 6 rooms aud bath.
Above houses are in elegant repair, near
echools and car lines, A. HE1TMULLER
& CO. 133a 14th st n. w. aull-l4t
KOIt IU5NT ItOOMS.
T"WO uiifur rooms; 3d rioor; connecting;
bath. 705 I si. ntv. au21-yt
FOK R33NX Furnished room, with
gas and use of bath; $5 per month.
921 Stli st. nw. It
FOR KENT 1-175 Kenesaw ave , Mt.
Pleasant 2 south bedrooms, with or
without lioard. au21-3t
FOR. RENT 2 uiifur. front rooms;
B-lt lino cars paes door; lieat, gas,
hot and cold water; near Smithsonian.
Address or call 1218 II St. Hv. nu21-.')t
FOR RENT 3 beautiful looms; un
fur.or fur. 355 Pa ave. nw uu21-3t
FOUR unfur. rooms, one floor of No
7J!I 7th st nw , suitable fur housekeep
ing, water and gas, la Miring man prelcrred,
ref. required, price $10 if rented at once.
Inquire in store. au20-lt
FOR RENT Nicely fur , largo front
or back room; buitublc for 1 or 2 per
sons; good boaid; reasonable 420 3d et
FOR RENT Rooms, fur orunfiir ;abo
stable 113 D st nw. au20-4t
FOR RENT Large, cheerful, newly
furnished rooms, suitable for two, at
reasonable rateB. 1022 8th st. nw.
NICELY fur.Tooms for gentlemen only.
101 110th st. nw. augl7-7t
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for
single gentlemen at $1 tier week 1003
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
love by proper advice. Cull and be con
vinced that I can work a case quicker
than anj medium you ever met Fee, 50
cents Hours, 10 to 9; open Sunday.
489 H j;t.. bot. 4 1-2 and 6to at. sw
THE "3 DAYS" CURE l'ormen.
Tills remedy cures in 3 days or no
charge Consultation free. DR McKEE-
HAN, 716 12lh st. nw. JilG-lino
CLEARING Sale-Will gT, 18U4 7th
and s sts nw. Bargains in Oils.
Taints and Stains. Cnlsomiues YOUNG
& CO.. Paint Store, 71 1 IC au21 Ot
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE-R you want to do well
look us up We will buy, sell or ex
change carriages, wagons harness and
horses We hao a doctor's buggy, cost
S200, used but little; $50 cash will buy it
Second-hand buggy harness from $6 up Wo
will board your noises in first-elassstjlefor
$16 a mouth and deliver them at your
do"r Teams for drummers and business
S2 a day Ca triages and wagons stored
$1 23 a month Will do your painting and
repainngcheaper thanany house in the city
We look after your goods and keep them
In order EMBREY & TAYLOR, rear
913 N J. ave nw au21-lw
FOR SALE or Exchange Fine sa
loon, centrally located, nw ; 13 newly
fur, rooms; will exchange for city or
wiburbnn property. THOS. P. BARRETT,
519 12th St. nw. It
FOR SALE Hammond typewriter,
latest sijle; never been used; cash only
Address TYPEWRITER, this oflice au21
FOR SALE-Cheap Dining-room; do
ing a good busiiiCES. Apply to 352
Pa. ave. nw au21-5t
FOR SALE Folding canvas '95 boats;
carry 4, $28. W. E. ALLEN, McGill
building . It
FOR SALE-A verj speedy Chesapeake
Bay canoe; 25 ft. long, carries main
tail and jib. Address E., this olfice. It
cheap. C.S.B., this office au20-3t
FOR SALE-Surrey, horse, harness,
whip and hip-robe; in first-class condi
tion, for $140; less thanhalf value. Address
SURREY , tills office. au20-3t
FORSALE Forty-fivo acres, near
city, with new buildings, young fruits
and good water; price $1,100. Apply
45 D St. nw. au20-3t
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES FOR
the Navy Yard, "Washington, D.
August 8, 1895 Sealed proposals in
dorsed "Proposals for Supplies for the
Navy Yard, "Washington, D C, to be
opened August 27, 1895," will be re
ceived at the Bureau of Supplies and
Accounts, Navy Departmnt, Washington,
D. C, until 12 o'clock noon. August 27,
1895, and publicly openeeln mediately
thereafter, to furnish at the Navy Yard,
Washington, D. C, a quantity of lumber,
roofing slate, and gravel. The articles
must conform to the Navy standard and
pass the usual naval inspection. Blank
proposals will be furnished upon applica
tion to the Navy Yard, Washington, D. C.
The attention of manufacturers and dealers
Is invited. Tie bids, all other things be
ing equal, decided by lot. The Department
reserves the right to waive defects or to
reject any or all bids not deemed advanta
geous to the Government. A.K.MICHLER,
Acting Chief of Bureau. aul8,21,25,28
The- Evening Times is the paper
tbivt ovorybody buys!
WANTED-y young man, fur room
in house where there arc young ladles
Address, Willi particulars, F E , this
office ' nu21-2t
YOUNG man, stranger, wants room
mate; elderly gentleman pi el erred Ad
dress ROOM MATE, this office It
WE'LL push through though the "heav
ens fall," and do it by telling elegant
suits, custom-made, tlto "least bit worn,"
at prices that can't help but fcuit you
JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 019 I)bt nw
MORPHIA-A local phjsician of
standing is curing every case of mor
phine habit undei taken; ternm reasonable.
Address MORPHIA, this omco.
THE Wonderful Remedy Cancers
cured without knife, pain, or pay
until cured; nlso carbuncles, piles, dropsy,
by Prof. 11 Alt TIN RILEY. 407 Pa ave
EGYPTIAN Ojpsy Seventh daugh
tei of the i-cventli generation;
she can take off spells and cause to marry,
ns well as tell you the. past and future;
persons culling at the tent next to railroad,
Take Eokington and Soldiers Home
MME. ESTELLE tells all the
events of life in Uerman and English;
hours, 9 a. m to 10 p in ; 25 and 50
cents; cures all cases of running or dry
cores 913 19th st. nw. Je29-lm
LADIES needing confidential treat
meat. A safe and sure relief in all
female trouble. Constipation, irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, flbtulo,
etc. Separate rooms fo- patbnta belore
and during confinement, and find homes
for infants iT required Strictly confiden
tial MRS DR RENNER, 16 Fourthst.no.
near E Capitol sL. Washington, D C
MME. BROOKE 'ells all the events
of life; till business confidential; ladies
and gentlemen. 50 cents each; hours, 9
a in to 9 p m. 605 Niw York nvenuo
northwest, near Sith strtet. jy25-14t
DR. TAYLOR. 006 F st nw . makes
full sets or teeth for $5; satisfaction guar
anteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling. $1' amalgam. 50a jci: 3m
IF you have rheumatism or neuralgia
inquire aboutVillette'b 4 Oila.Druggibts
Do not pay money
any person solic
iting WANT Adver
tisements for this
paper. The TIMES
has no such solid
LOST Blue terrier, tag 1450.
reward 719 D st s. c.
LOST Leather trace in alley between
Corcoran aud It sts. and 17th and N.
II ave. Return to 1737 17th st. and re
ceive reward. It
LOST Babj's gold pin. Finder re
waided if returned to 1721 8th st. nw.
LOST A huckster's license, No. 70.
Finder please return and receive re
ward, JOHN BRENT, 2155 9th St nw
LOST AlKiut 7 30 Sunday ovening, near
the 7th St. and Pa. ae. transfer, or on
7th st. and Eckington street car hues, a
pocketbook containing papers of value to
nobodj except the owner The Under will
be rewarded by returning to L. A. C00L
IDGE, 1406Gst.nw. aul9-mae3t
TRUSTEES' SALE of unimproved real
propertj in Barry farm. By virtue of a
deed ol trust given to us ami duly recorded
in Liber 1582, folio 122 et seq , one of the
land records of the District of Columbia,
and at the Tequcst of,the party secured
thereby, we shall offer for sale on Satur
day, the 24th day of 'August, 1895, at 5
o'clock p. m , the Hollowing described
lots, situate and being lots numbered 78,
79, 80, 81, 82, nncliSS in Bates and Cal
luglian's subdivision of lots 25 and 26 in
section three (3) or the trustees' sub
division of the BarrjTarm estate, as the
same is recorded in liber county book 6,
folio 123, in the surveyor's office of the
District of Columbia
Terms cash. A deposit of $50 will ba
quired at time of sale Conveyancing,
etc., at purchaser's cost Terms or bale
to be complied with within Tifteen dajs,
else the trustees leserve the right to resell
the properly at the cost of purchaser after
five days' advertisement
WALLACE C RAYB0LD,
Percy Metzger, Attorney-at-law, 472
Louisiana avenue, holder or the note.
aul-1, 16, 19,21,23,24.
PLACE vous oiderat WHITNEY'S, 471
Pa ave nw., for pure old cider vinegar
aud-ave voi.t pickles aul8-10t
J. T. WALKER SONS. 204 10th St. nw.,
carpet lining, felts, lire brick and clay,
asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement, two
and three-ply roofing material. apr21-tf
"Waaniiigtor D. 0.
n P Bt CFT. Mnnngpt
A success on its merits! The Even
ins Times the great one-cent paper.
WILL pay cash for dairy lunch room or
milk route, If suited, before Sept. 1;
no agent need answer this; send all par
tk ulars to DAI R Y LUNCH . this office.
GOOD cabinet maker and upholsterer
would like to invest some money and
services in furniture business. Address
C. 13 L , this ofllce It
STOCK "'Kl fixtures or grocery and
provision store. Call at 101 L st.
nw.. open lor full Inspection. It
BREAD and cake bakery wagon and
tonic, no reasonable olfer refused.
M 13 T , care of 2223 14th st nw.
WANTED-YouiiS married man would
like to Invest $500 in any good paying
business Address "W , this oflice. It
FOR EXCHANGE-Lot In Rock-
die, Md ; will tako a horse and car
riage In part pajment. Address Box 237
Anacostla, I) C. au21-2t
A RIVER hand merchant wishes to
retire from businei-s; will fell out his
whole plant for $500, or will exchange
for suburban ground; 4 horEcs,2 wagons,
good harness; everything ready to carry
on his business that has been successful in
the past; sure thing Address SAND MAN,
.this office. au20-3t
PERSONS desirous of disposing of their
business places can have purchasers pro
cured without any publicity; ail business
confidential; charges moderate. T O AN
DERSON & GO.. Real Estate and Business
Exchange, 907 G st. nw
STOCK nnd fixtures of grocery and
provision store Address QUICK, this
PRINTING ls ny business Alwajs
up to date in quick, neat work, and
prices accordingly Mv leader 1,000 ex
cellent business cards, $1. HAYWORTH,
Printer, 015 F st n w aul7-14t
PROPOSALS FOR STEAM BOILER.
Architect's Office, U. S. Capitol, "Wash
ington, I) C , August 19th. 1895. Pro
posals will be received at this office until
Wednesday, September 4lh, 1895, at 12
o'clock noon, for water tube steam boiler
for House wing, U S. Capitol. General
description and other information will be
furnished on application to this office.
The right to reject any or all bids Is reserved.
EDWARD t LARK, Architect, U.S. Capitol.
SOME MISTAKES CORRECTED.
Erroneous Impressions ns to Govern
ment Printing Office.
Many erroneous impressions have gone
out in regard to the Government Printing
Office which are causing misunderstand
ings aud necessitating personal expla
nations to inquirers.
For instance, there is a very general
itnpiession that the names of all persons
who were discharged from the Government
Piinting Office within less than a year
piior to the date of the claudication
will be entered upon a register of ehgi
bles and ceitified for appointment when
aenucies exist This impression is en
tirely erroneous The only names entered
upon registers of ehgibles are the names
of persons who pass examinations
Those who are separated from the ser
vice without delinquency or misconduct
are eligible to remstutemcu twithin one
year, but the reinstatement can take
place only when tho Public Printer makes
requisition for it
Considerable confusion exists in the
minds of would-be apphcauts in regard
to the special examination to be held on the
28th instant This examination is for
applicants to the position of compositor,
ptesstnan, bookbinder, stereotyper and
clectrotyper, and for no others. Skilled
laborers cannot be examined on that date.
The examination ou that date will be held
only in this city, and cannot be taken in
other cities of tho country.
It has been definitely decided, however,
that the skilled Inboicr examination will
not be given to either men or women Slitside
of Washington, hence that examination
can be taken only in this city on October 2,
although the commission may find it
necessary to continue the examination
more than oue day if there should be an
excessive- number of applicants, but in
such an event the applicants who elect to
be examined in this city on October 2 will
be notified of tho change of the date.
Speaking of poverty, what an amusingly
clastic term it is. A young 6Cion of an
aristocratic house was recently visiting
an aunt who, he was much surprised to
discover, did not number a set of oyster
forks among her possessions.
The fact evidently made a deep Impres
sion on him, for he alluded (o It several
times during his visit, after the frank
fashion or unsophisticated childhood, and,
when taking his leave, said, with great
"Well, good by, Aunt Mary. I had
really no idea you were so poor, but,"
arfably, "you seem very happy." FooL-llSbts.
i . rf
H "Dark" Dramatist.
Continued from yesterday's Evening Times.
"I can't wait," interposed the stranger
briskly. "I must have 'yes' or uo' at once
If the rormer, well and good; if the' latter, ;
I take it elsewhere immediately Which
is it to be?"
"Well, really, if you are bent on giving
it away," answered Mr Quillet, "I sup
pose I may as "well profit by It as any one
"Yes, considerably better, from your
standpoint Very good Then you accept;
the piece on the conditions named?"
"I do," replied Mr Quillet, after some
reflection He was not prepared to reject
this extraordinary offer then and there,
but he re-erved (mentally) to himself the
right of canceling his verbal acceptance
by letter if he deemed it wiie on mature
"That is right," answered the other, tak
ing up his hat and rising to go. "I will not
detain jou longer now Probably I shall
call on jou again shortly."
"Stay!" cried Mr. Quillet. "You will
leave me your name and address. In case
I wish to communicate with you?"
The stranger shook his head.
"No," he taid, with an inscrutable look,
"I'm afraid I can't. I have particular rea
sons for secrecy, which I cannot now ex
plain. You shall learn more about nie by
und by. For the present I prefer to keep
my identity concealed."
He rose, bowed to Mr. Quillet, and hur
riedly left the room. Before the latter had
half recovered from his surprise the street
door banged behind his mysterious, visitor.
Mr. Quillet read the tragedy through again
to himself and was more than everstruck by
its wonderful jiower and force. It was some
time before lie could nuke up his mind what
to do about it But at last he submitted he
play to IhUliurst.iuanagerof theErectheum,
telling him the extraordinary and peculiar
circumstances under which he had become
possessed of it.
Billhurst read the play and at once pro
nounced it a trump card.
"I tell you, Quillet," he said with enthusi
asm , "there's a mint of money in that piece.
It's as certain to draw as anything I ever
read. Only I don't like this very rummy
way ni which it has come to us. Supiiooing
it should have been stolen, eh"
"That is hardly probable, I think," was
the rejoinder, "and-if you thmk of taking
the piece in iiand you might feel joar way
ahead a little by puttmga few preparatory
notices in the newspapers."
"How would that safeguard us?" asked
"Wh .in the event ofjhepluyhaving been
cribbedur unfairly conieby.tlienoticennght
catch the eye of some person interested,
who would, of course-, communicate wRh
"True." snid Mr Billhurst, thoughtfully,
"I will give the matter my consideration "
The manager was verymueh worried just
then about his account, which showed an
ugly deficit The last veuture had lost him
2,000 The current piece was not paying
"But. damme, there's money in thLs new
piece," said Mr Billhurst to himself, con
fidently, "and tell you what it is, I will put
it on and take all chances."
Having once made up his mind, the man
ager did not let the grass grow under his
feet Within a fortnight the new tragedy
was in full rehearsal It went well from tie
beginning The manager was in great
feather He saw a sure und phenomenal
success before him Then an accident hap
pened which nearly turned his hair gray.
On the night before the last dress rehearsal,
and only two nights before the production o
the piece, Standish, the leading tragedian,
was attacked and roblvil in Drury Lane, be
ing so roughly handled that the police, who
found him lying stunned on the pavement,
took him straight to the nearest hospital
Here he lay in a very precanouscondition
The manager, who only heard the news
when he came down to the theater the next
morning, was well nigh beside himself
"Good God, Quillet!" he ejaculated, with
a groan, "the play is as good as damned.
Everything depends on that part, and Stan
dish 'b understudy will never carry it through
on the first night."
"It's a bad business," admitted Quillet,
"Please, sir," said one of the call boys,
thrusting his head in at the door, "here's a
gent to see you "
"Damn the gent," cried the manager.
"I'm busy; I'm "
But the call boy had withdrawn, and Mr
Billhurst found himself leveling these re
marks at a tall, dark-complexioned stran
ger, who stood bowing and smiling in the
Quillet gave a start and plucked his
friend by the sleeve.
"It's the mysterious author of the piece,"
"Good morning, Mr Quillet." said the
stranger "Good morning, Mr. Billhurst.
This is unfortunate news about poor
"You have heard it, then?" said theman
ager, eying him with a shrewd, interesting
"Yes, and I came on here at once What
do you propose to do, may I ask?"
"God knows I'm sure the understudy
will make a hash of it," groaned the man
ager. " Most probably Now, I'm going to make
a startling proposition to you. Intrust me
with the part."
"You?" ejaculated the manager "Do you
know anything abjul acting?"
"A great deal. But try me and see," said
the other, confidently. "Come, I will re
hearse that scene in the tbird act for your
The manager said nothing, bat he and Mr.
Quillet exchanged glances Taking their si
lence for consent, this extraordinary man
started his self-suggested rehearsal In
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five minutes the manager's rueful face waa
elated, flushed, eager with new hope.
"By heavenl" he exclaimed, excitedly,
"repeat that on the stage, Mr. What's-your-name,
and we'll make the piece a magnifi
cent success yet"
They did The first night's audienco
received the new tragedy with enUiusiastio
fervor They called the performers and
particularly the new actor before tad
curtain again and again He was certainly
splendid The wonderful realism wita
which he played Mephustopheles was, Paid
the next day's newspaper, as convincing
a performance of its kird as had ever been
been upon the London stage Billhurst was
in great spirits He believed that he bad hit
upon a political ElDorado When he quitted
the theater that night he felt most amiably
disposed toward himself and all mankind.
But at the stage door he paw a tight
which staggered him A four-wheeled eab
was waiting outide,and beirg forced into
this cab by three-burly looking men, again
whom he was struggling like a tiger, waa
the mysterious stranger A gentleman stood
by, apparently superintending these opera
tions When he saw the manager he cama
forward and raised his hat
"The same What the deuce does this
mean?" cntd the manager.
MamDr A.,orthex AsylunV'explained
the other "You have taken a moetchinger
ous recruit into your company, Mr. BJU
hurst. He's one of our worst cases."
"Good heavens," ejaculated the manager:
"You don't mean to say that the inan'u
"Hopelessly so; and very cunning and dan
gerous. This Is the third time he has es
caped in six weeks. From information we
received we have little doubt that It was
he who half murdered poor Mr. StatHlish."
"He?" cried the manager, his eyes wide
open with dismayed astonishment "I
I saw that he was peculiar, but it nrer
occurred to me that he was insane."
-No, because bis particular cleJu-aoa hap
pened to fall in with your theatnialrefjoire
inents, and feo passed naturally enough for
a mere stage assumption He beheves Mtat
he is the devil, and," added the doctor,
wiping hfi forehead and glancing to want
the cab, from which, the subject of Ws re
marks was regarding him with a trwly Ba.
bolical stare, "I am half disposed to think
that he must be," London Trtnh.
RECORD OP THE COURTS.
Circuit Court. No 1, Justice Cole Keane
vs Gilson marshal ordered to pay fuwte Ja
his hands to plaintiff. Limerick: rs.
same; same order
Circuit Court, N. 2, Justice McCorm
Carpenter vs. American Gas Company;
judgment by defaait
Probate Court Proceedings in estates
have been recorded as follows DewMei
Miiburii, inventory of money, $200; debts
due estate, $3,761 47, filed. Marga
ret E Lybrand; proof of publication filed.
"William E Tucker; citation agaist Mar
garet E and Sarah B Tucker; FtttiinaWe
August 30 Samuel Wise; settlement
day made September 27 ,aii order oi pub
Equity Court, No 2, Justice Mc Comes
Ruotf vs Willett; order drrecttmr receiver
to sell In ine matter of the estate of
Antoinette Levezzt, lunatic; James F.
Hood appointed trustee; bead $5,(300
Norton vs Co dry ami others: order rally
ing sale nisi Everett vs Everett ami
other-; order finally ratifying sale Hughes
v5 Weeott and fathers; restraining aider
dissolved Hokieu vs. Bell and other;
order appointing c'mnns.nera to make
infant- answer Clark vs. Clarfc and
other; order ranfy.ng; eomraiss toner re
turn nisi, and decree for sale, appointing
John Ridout and W Mosby Williams trustees
Deeds in fee liave been recorded as fal
kisv John D. Cros-ant and George O.
Ferguson to Mary J". B. Wright. lot 2. btoek
6 . Friendship, America u Um vcraity Heights.
$1,030. Wm.A. Gordon to Sidney Bieber,
lot 9, Simpson's subdivision, square 997.
$510. Edward C. Moore to Christian
J. Ubhorr. jwrt of lot 12, square 1.027,
$10. Julius A. Maedel to Lucy C.MactaU.
Irts of lots 14 and 15, Dyer's sua-dt-vision,
county, $1. Cbas. A. Corey to
Patrick II. McQaade. lots 6 and 7, btoefc
2, county, $100. Patrick H. McQaado
to George W. and R. Edwin Joyce, same
property , $100.
TURNING TUB TABLES.
The Unfortunate Lawyer and III- Cll
tMit, the Nurse.
The extent to which lawyers can exercise
their imagination when iading in behalf
of their clients is almost beyond belief; bus
sometimes the tables are turned in a very
On one occasion, says the Florida Tiraes
I'mon, Mr. Swan was engaged in presenting;
the case of a woman who petitioned the court
to grant lier a judicial seituranoil from her
husband, a workmgman, and urged that as
she was in extreme poverty, she was en
titled to alimony according to her husband's
With a voice broken in its pathos the law
yer dilated on the imperative neeesalty of
the case, declaring that heclieut wa utterly
destitute, not liaving a mattress to lie upon,
and not ikisssshic the means to purchase a
crust of bread.
When the edivence had been beard the
judge, who well knew the counsel's unlim
ited powers oT exaggeration, turned to the
appellant and addressed to her a few ques
tions. "Have you, then, no occupation?"
"Yes, ny lord. I am a nurse," was the in
"And where a re you employed?"
"Iamat Mr. Swnn's'sheunwUtkiglyre
jomed. pointing to her counsel.
It was with the greatest difficulty that
the judge ref m med from joining in thesaeut
of laughter with which this admission was
hailed. -Chicago Times-Herald.