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TBLE MORNING TIMES. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1895.
One Pant .E flna Pant Per I flna Ponf PER Am Hunt PE&
t!d uctil word IJilU belli word U00 mm word UHd hmll word
lNodcrtisetr.ca: less Shan 10. f No advertisement lesa than 10s. I No advertisement less than lOo- No ndvertlsetnciit loss than 10a.
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Om Pmi Per
IlO IjoIII W03D
B No edvertlsoment less than 10.
Ons Conf woIj
N'oadvrt!jenj3at!o33 than 10a
No advertisement I033 than 1O3
whitk sri.rnni mm-ino".
CUMBERLAND VALLEY RAILROAD.
Oivo of the most delightful pleasure and
1 fault resorts Amc-ica. JSneiuflcent MOFN
1A1N SI KIKH NtINS -.'.OX 1EET ELHVA
UIOX DRY AT.M06F' SUE. TINE GROVEs,
EOT SCLlTirR BATiiS, EXCELLENT CL1
MNU, ILsHIXa. BOATING. DRIVING,
MIOOTINt!. BILLIARDS, TENNIS. GOLF,
111 tele, etc
1 or Illustrated Pamphlet address
GEORGE A. FREYER.O wner.
JOHiNSON HOUSE- Colonial Bach,
on wair Iront; terms reat-ouable, spe
clal r.its to parueb. Address Mrs. G. E.
J O HNS ON air? 1 -7t
POTOMAC BAT-A i.ev place op
po&ne " . 1 hen-ou's; beautifully ocated
for summer boarding; boating, bathing, fish
ing, etc ; tab.e nbuudaiitl furnished; terms
low C. C WILKEESON, I'rop .
3y30-lmo Colonial Beach, Va.
WOODLAWK- Rockvllle. Md.; -with
ell modern conveniences. Dented -vith
gas. baths, etc ; large moms and shaded
lawns; terms moderate; $1.50 per day. $7
to $10 per week. MRS M.J COLLEY
LOST Clean wash, from hemic, con
taining 1 apron ami - shirts. Return to
Waslierw oniau MARY JOHNSON. 2154
Snow's Court. au24 It
LOST on Pennsylvania ae.. between
B. A 1. dejiot and lOlh 6t . ladles'
suak-i-Kitt MKktlhMk. initials F T. S. on
iueide Reward if left at this office. 23-3t
-Clean wash, from
HONEY TO LOA2T.
K. K. FULTOK'S Loau Office. 1218
Pa ate mv Established in 1870
Mone loaiieti on watches, diamonds, jew
elry, Bllwrware, etc Siiecial bargains in
-wate. Jewelry, and silverware u20-6m
JTO COSfM.ISSIOIV-5100",0T0 to
loan i'i Mi.aU i-unit ou ii-ttalliiiein plan,
nt le U.am4 0 per cent J T II. HALL,
721 If-Ui st mw . Agent Granite Slate
Provident Association tf
JMONFY "' loan on bonds, stocks, tnisis.
joau association certificates, and old
Hue life ittsuiauoc policies; no delay.
YERKES &. BAKER,
40 to 46 MetzeiottBldg
2MONEST TO LOAN- 1h lanre Minis,
ir .s low as $l,uou..u fi aud 6 per
cent on D C real et.te;a'so $250,5500.
$7 60, cc .at 6 per cent. WM A HAUN
1L1: A. CO . 14U7?r ft tf
MONET" to loan at D atd C por cent.,
011 liurtiict of Columbia realty; no
delay if secuiity is satisfactory.
"WALTXU IL ACKEU. 704 14th aw
CONCEKKING LOANS AND INVEST
MENTS" ead ihie booklet caroiully
before brro-VAigor mvestJnK. callaadget
n cojiy free B n WAUNER & CO . 016
F ft nw m28-3mo
WONKY TO LOAN All dosses of xeal
Canute iujjh nitt'ie with jironiplueaeatcur
ret rates THE M-LACULEN REAL
E6TATK AND LOAN COMPAJJY. cor
ter 10th and G t-Vlo.-ls uw luDLf
TRUSTEES SALE of unimproved real
Iir.ii'.-ij in Barry larm By virtue of a
dc"l i ti.-t siren i ifand dulj' recnrd-d
in Liber I5b2, iulio 122 ft M-q , nue of the
land roi-ords of tlie Dibtrict of Columbia,
and at the request ol the jwrty Meured
thereOy, we shall offer for stile 011 Satur
day, the 24tta day of Auu-st, 1895, at 5
o'clock p m , the foiiowms debcribed
lots. Mtuau- and being lots numbered 78,
7fl, 60. 81, 82. and 83 in Bate and Cal
iHirtiati'n KuixtivMou of lots 25 and 2G m
mtion three (3 of the trustees' sub
divisioii oi the Barry Tarm 't4at. as Uie
tame H reoonled In itber count book G,
Jollo 12S, in the survejoi'b otiice of the
District of Columbia
Tern, cask. A deposit of $50 will be
quired at lime of sale Conveyancing,
etc.. at jHirciiaher's cont Terms of said
t le ooiM4ied with within filteen days,
eise tti tnisteea reserve tlie rlslit to resell
the projictiy at the cost of purchaser after
fiv days' advertisement
WALLACE C RAYB0LD,
Perov lletzgcr, Attorney-at-law. 472
Louisiana avenue, holder of the note
aul4, 10,19.21.23. 24
:IXTH AND u
A -T"'rr lii-i- 2S T""
10 A II PENNSYLVANIA LLMITED-PulU
mu t'.f e; icf Jhnins. MnoKinp, nnd Obarr-
TtiMHi Cars l.airibhurs to Chicago, Clncla-
nati, ludiaii.iiioli", bt. Loai, Cle eland, and
'J Oitnlo luC't Parlor Car to liarrlsburg
1026 AM 1 Abl'LINE Pullmaa Buflot Par-
lorCur to hnmsbuic l'ailor and Diaiaj
Cure. llaiT si)urs to Pittsburg
I.CP.M cUlcAOOANDaT LOL'I-3 EXPRESS
Pullman IJutfet Parlor Car to HarrUburg.
Meepltic -.nd Dining Cars, Harrloburg to St.
1 outs, cin imiHti. Louisviile, and Cblcaga
ISO I M WEMLUN LXPREbs - Pullmaa
Mecj.inR iir to t Incase and Ilarrlsburs C3
C-ieelB.nd Dining t ar to Cbicaca
Idl V. M fauUl 11-W ESI LItN EXPJlESS. -PulJ.
mac Sleeping and Dining Ctrs to bt Louis,
and Neoping Car llnrnsburc 10 C'iudnn.U.
J0:01 ! l'AC IFICLXl'KEs& PuUmanilep-
ine Car 10 l'ltuburg.
?i0A ! for Kon. . fcnnndalgua, RochBJta
aud Niagara Fails daily, ex ept Sunday
JC.tUA K lui Kluiira and Iteuova, daily, except
sndaT lor WilliameiJOit daily, 8.40 P iU
JdlP. M for W illi-.msiort, Rochester, lHitl.iVo,
and iKnra J'alls daily, oicojit bnturdiy.
r-Mti cVfttfiing car 'VS aehiagtoa 10 Suspeusion
Rr'dge ia Kut!nIo.
JC 41' P M tor fcno, Cannndaigua, Rorhester,
Buffalo, and 2iagara Falls daily, bleeping
car W asbmston to Elmira
ji 1 i iaoc pur. e t-k, md t' lim
1CP M 'CUNOKE-.MOXAL LIMITED."
I'urijr Cars, with Dining Car from Ualti-
laorc, for New YorL. daily, for Pliiladolptila
cult-days. Regular at "uj (DiiUne Cor),
:j.eoo, ism (Uiumg can, and nxi (mn.
inp Car) a ra.. 12:10,3.13, 4si), C-40, 10ii3, una
:;6p m On Sunday. 7D (Dining Car),
:ao, Vi. 11 03 (bima? Car) a in.. 12.15, 3J5.
tiO. iiW, JO 00. and Jl:35 p xa. For Phlla
del(4iia only. Fast Express 750 a. m. week
daye Express, 2:01 and 5.49 p m. dally.
yet Boston, without chauge, 7ij a. m. rroex
ays. and JUp m daily
Xcr Ualtiinoro, 0:35, 7S3, TiK), '.S3, S.-03,
MjUO. 10 30, :i:00. and Uii3 a. m , 1J.15,
1-01. 8J5, J:48. (4:03 Limited), 4rJ0, 4S, 5.13.
C.85 b-40 7:10. 30.-03. 30-40, 11-15, and 11:55
j in On Sunday. 7-05, 7iM, W13. 9.-03,
;C 80, Jl a m., 32.15. 1:15. S1.3d5,3 49 (4:0J
Liiuitodi, 4aW, l 4U, C05, 0.4'J, 7J0, 10.03, 1J.IJ,
end 3 lift p. in.
rotPojMJStroek Una, 7.-30 . m. and 4:3Jp m.
daMy, except Sunday
JTcr Annapolis, Ti'O and SI.-03 a. m., 32:15 and 1:11
ji in dully, except Sunday. Sundays, "J:3J
iu in and 429 p. in.
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Richmond,
ecksonillp and Tampa, 4.8'J a. in., 210 p m.
daily Richmond and Atlanta, 6.40 p. nx daily.
liiclitnond only ZCi7 a. m. week days.
Acconnnodation for Qunntlco, 7:45 a. m. dolly,
cnd43i5 l m. Treok-da;a
Tor Alexandria, 4.39, 03. 7:43. S.-43. 9.-43. IOjT
310 a in . 12.50, 1:411, 850, 4J3. 50, 5.37. G:15
I OS, 10 Ml. and 11U39 p tn. On Sunday at Lt).
5 45 S 45 a. m , 2:45. b:15, 8:02, and 10.10 p. m,
Letre Alexandnn for Washington, C-05, 6-43, 7)5,
0, 9-10. 30:15. 10.-23 a. m , liO. 2:15, 3:03, 3-1J.
ijK), MO 0:18. 7:00, 7iM. 9:10, lOii, and lliB p
in. On Sunday at G.43, 9.10, 10siJ a. nx.,.15,
I JO, 7:08. 7-20, 9-10, and 10.52 p. nt
JTor Atlantic City, 9i baturdaya only), 30:03,
31 00 a. in week days, 12.15 and 1L3J p m.
JJcr Cope May, 30 00 a. m., Saturdays only),
12:35 . in. week days, and 1335 p. m. dally,
ticket offices, northeast corner of ISthstraet
and Pennsylvania Arenne, and at th station
Jalxtii and R streets, where orders can he left for
tie checking of bagg&so to dcetin&Uoa fxois
. 3L. TKE OST, J.R. WOOD,
4tnerclZIaJiaez. central Paesencer 11
WANTED-Youiik while man lo be
generally uelul about Hie house. 502
VCntEj5 TwTTboys wh.t have hiiiil
year's experience as painters. Apply
1703 Tst. 11. w. au24-lt
WANTED-A good reliable man lo in
vest lour or live hundred dollars in a
new invention just completed; invention
-will puy 50 ceiils on every dollar invested
Call or address A K., 008 Tennessee avc.
WANTED-Repres'iitntne Tor the La
riorian.i Cigar Co ; enclose $2.25,
samples forwarded; references required.
Ofri., 30H. 311 Market St., Philadelplna.
WANTED-A lw or young man ac
quainted with photographic work, at
small wages, to asbi.st iu the store und
dark room. Address N. Y., this oflice.
WANTED 100 boys and glrLs to earn
$2 per day Get four steady quart
customers Tor milk for $2. CIO 11th sL
13 ELI WAXTED-FEAIALE.
WAKTED-fanalii help. 300 G sr.
WANTED-A lady trailer and singer,
or reader, for church and society enter
talnm'Mits in Waslnugton and suburbs; call
at 10 a.m. to-day. DR. II. U. ARNOLD,
Lincoln Hotd.lOthaadH.uw. au22-3t
"W ANTED Lady stenographer and
tvp"v-rller,at Room 7, Central National
Bank Building. au22-2t
WANTED-An experienced waitress
for die. Apply WALTERS' CAPE,
211 Pa ave. nu21-3t
HELP WAX TED MALE AJTD
WANTED-Tvro experienced house
Lei pers, two firemen, leu waiters, five
cooks, drivers. D. C. AGENCY, 1001
G su 11 w. au24-lt
A Li Li kinds of help furnished lree of
charge, m or out of the cuv, bv MRS.
L C. .MUOKE. 300 G fct. nw. tiu24-3t
VICKER'S Employhicut Bureau, 929
ytlibi.inv. Wauted.inuuediately, first
cla&s cooks. au23-lt
AGENTS WANTED-Dealli bene
fit lor old and oung, $1,000. Cost
$1.10 a month. No usscmjiu-iks. Money
loaiiednuiula'rs;6 percent. Easj jiaymeiits.
Ladies taken. .Mutual Beneficial Asso
ciation. JOSIAI1 RYLAND, JR., Presi
deut (Second Auditor or Virginia), Ricli
luwiul. Braiu-h-ollue, 510 12th si. nw.
WAKTED-SmiUi Piemler Typo
wiilor operators and stenographers
diipcted to positions. Operators de
suing to familiarize themselves with new
No. 2 Smith Piemior Tvpewnter call
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
CO.. No 1416 P st nw. Jy31-tf
SI TTJ A TICKS VViVXTED-JlALE.
POSITION as bartender; best of ref
fFetKvlunubiifd. LM It-.thisoffice It
WANTED-Active joung man, evperi
eiK etl bookkeeper and office chrk. de
sires ihiuoii; means laisinevs, best nf
rftfn-iK.es Address "COMPETENT," this
offn-e. au2l It
WANTED Young man wants position
iu gror ery store. Can cut meat, and
conies vi ell recommended. Address II . W
A , Bo-t 22, Sligo, Md. au23-3t
WANTED-poMtion by whiteman, as
driver, or work or any kind, a
hustler Addrcass O. C, this olfice
WANTED-Situation as stenographer
ami njwriter; thoroughly competent,
reasonable ealary; references gien Ad-
dress COMPETENT," this office. aul8-7t
WANTED-11)' young man, 20, clerical
or similar position; ref and bond if
necessary Address A. W D , this office.
YOUNG Norwegian ladv v. isht;H to en
gage herself to elderly. m-alid lady as
fMipanion. Jilxiut Septemb-r 1 , she speaks,
reads and writes English and the three Scau
dlnaiaa languag 's flueinlj , is an excellent
traveler, and has had experience as ladies'
nursn. fond of children, lyst of references
AddrssMISS X,thtsorrice. au22-3t
"W ANTED-Operators to learn the Du
Idejrlypew nter; alphaliet for each hand
and double Bieed; one operator does the
work of two stenographers, saving the
threefold work of shorthand, reading and
transcribing. NEWMAN'S, Gil 7th 6t-au24-3t
TWO English speakiug Germans, manand
Vkif-, want situations 111 a liuuily, as
working housDkeeper. and coachman, or to
t-ak" care or fires and lie generally useful.
Apply 1210 bin st. nw. aii2l-3t
WANTED- Party wuhrurniture -wishes
business man willing lo rent house for
purpose or rooming and boarding theatrical
people Address "THEATRICAL," this
WANTED Reliable man wiUi $1,000
who Ioe hunting and wants to make
lug nionej. sure thing; investigate. Ad
dress "SLRE," this office. au23-3t
WANTED-To buy or rent ten or
lit teen acres near city. Address E. II.,
this office au23-3t
NICE family wash desired by a widow.
MRS. M A. CRAWPORD, 1132 Dela
ware avc. tie au23-3t
WAKTED-Youiig nialegoac. Address
1G 10 Columbia road 11. w. Giveageaud
WANTED Man tvilU $10 or $50to
tea nv article at rairs; neer been
sold liefore Address R. B., this office.
WANTED-To meet geiitleman and
wire in renting medium-sized house
in tie or nw. Room 5, G15 Pst. au22-3t
WANTED-Remiiigton or Bar Lock
Tjpa writer; nearly new, and cheap Tor
cash Room 7, Central National Bank
W ANTED Seeond-linndcashier'scagi
W T DAVIS, 15th and P st nw
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE
And charge only for painting; workguarantesl
is AT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO, 1041 Sth nw
WANTED-Four rooms, unluruished,
near Thomas Circle; light housekeep
ing; state price. HALSEY, Weather Bu
"WANTED Three rooniB, 2d floor, for
light housake?ping for man and wife; lo
cation 11 w., between 7th and 1 1th and II and.
M Address H. C. MOON, 200010th St.
WANTED -Complete, for light aouse
kecping, 111 refined private family, 1
unfur and 2 fur moms in ne. section of
city; will fur bedroom. Address C. E. M.,
this office nuir23-2t
for a sewing room; first and second
tills office. au23-3t
WANTED-2 or 3 fur or uiifur. rooms
for light housekeeping in or near Mount
Pleasant; gentleman and -wife; rates mod
erate Address "W. M. G , this office.
WANTED-Berore or by Sept. 1 , by a
couple without children, three un
furnished rooms, in a quiet house; mod.
Imps-; bet. E st. and N. Y. ave., 2d and
12th sts. uy Address, stating terms,
SEPTEMBER, Times office. au21-3t
WA NT ED HO "USES.
WANTED To purchase store and
dwelling of 8 rooms, with stable; price
not over S7.500; S3.000 cash; corner pre
ferred. Address GROCER, this office.
POR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Furnished loom, second
story; $5 per month. 420 Mass. ave.
nw. au2 1-3 1
FOR RENT Three rooms on eccond
floor, nicely fur., suitable forlightliouse
kepuig; rent reasonable, good location.
2100 G st. nw. au2-l-4t
ROOMS Purnislied; 927 N. Y. ave.;
south front; a. in. L; pleasant locution.
FOR RENT 030 I u nw., 2 or 3
rooms, 2d 01 3d floor; new; bay window;
britk, lur or unfur. au23-3t
FOR RENT Handsome rosewood fur
nished room for rent cheap '22 lltli
St. uw. nu23-7t
GOOD ROOEiS and excellent Board
at THE TEMPLE, 207 Pa ave nw.;
$4 50 per week aug21-7t
TWO unfur 100ms; 3d floor; connecting;
bath. 705 I st. nw. au21-3t
FOR RENT 1-175 Renesaw ave., Mt.
PI".isant 2 south bedrooms, with or
without board. au21-3t
FOR RENT 2 unrur. rront rooms;
$8; Belt line cars pass door; heat, gas,
hot and cold wat"r; near Smithsonian.
Addn-ss or call 1218 B st. hw. au21-3t
FOR RENT 3 lieautiful rooms; un
fur or fur. 355 Pa. avo. uw nu21-3t
FOUR unfur. rooms, one floor of No.
729 7th st. nw , suitable lor housekeep
ing; water and gas; laboring man preferred;
rer required; price $10 if rented at once.
Inquire in store. au20-4t
FOR RENT Nicely fur , largo front
or back room; suitable for 1 or 2 fct'
sons; good board; reasonable. 420 3d st.
FOR RENT Largo, cheerful, uewly
rumished rooms, suitable for two, at
reasonable rates. 1022 Sth st. nw.
FOR RENT 1217 Kst uw., beautiful
furnished rooms, single or en suite, with
first-class board, location delightful; refs.
lequircd, no children taken au22-7t
FOR RENT Rooms, furnished or un
iurnibhed, large and small, delightfully
cool; with or without board. 502 E st. nw.,
cor 5th. near Pension Office. au22-3t
FUR. ROOMS 2 neat rront rooms;
cheap 805 7 til st nw. uuE3-2C
PLEASANT rront rooms, with good
board, at reasonable rates. ApplvMRS.
ROSALIE B &ELDEN, Virginia B-aeli, Va.
(Selden cottages. ) au 10eod-7t
POR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RYUNT Second-story ba -window
front, with alcove; private family; home
comforts; beard funiithed 120G 5Ui ft.
uw ; near corner M. aug23-3t
FOR RENT 2 lurnisheil fiont rooms;
one on first floor and one on third
floor. Apply 720 11th nw. au2 l-2t
FOR RENT Light hourcU-epifg; two
large rooms, front and back, first Hour;
fiirnislicil complete; cooking utensils. dishes,
gas, bath, refrigerator and sew nig ma
chine; $10 per mouth. Ml 10th tt. sw.,
near Smithsonian. It
FOR RENT Four delightftil rooms,
fur or unfur ; light housekeeping;
cheap; table board if desired 120Dst licit
POR RENT ROOMS UNF17K.
FOR RENT Unfur Two nice, largo
3d -story rooms-; just papered; large clos
ets; heat and gas; light housekeeping per
mitted 1123 lOtli st. mv. nu23-lt
FOE RENT Prout or back, 2d floor
liufur rooms; a m. i.; small family of
adults; rent reasonable. 449 N st nw.
FOR RENT 2 tintur. 100ms. in. i ;
$10 per month, im hiding storage room.
Apply after 3 p. m., 713 1st nw au22-3l
FOR RENT Unfur suit rooms, $23;
also another 6uit, with private bath,
$33; rooms can be fur. 924 14tb st nw
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT $1-2; excellent 5-nn. and
cellar house with deep lot and Btable; on
car line; 2918 7th St. nw.; J. CHESTER,
Room 19, Laurence bldg., 615 14th st.
FOR RENT 08 D st ne., 6 loems and
bath, with concrete cellar-,; a m. 1.;
price $22.00. Also 4 04 1st st. ne.;
a m. i ; price $23.00 per mouth. Apply
FOR RENT 606 3d St., near Pension
Office, 11-room, bay-window, brick
house, mod. imps. Key 014 3d st. nw.
$100-1222 D st. nw.; 15-r. brick; a.
m. i. C. T. YODER.615 Est uw
S43.50 120 E st. nw.; 14 r., a. m. 1,
C. T. YODER, 615 E st nw.
S32.SO 314 to 320 N. 0. ave. se.; 9r.,
a, m. L; new.
0. T. YODER. 615 E St. nw.
1311 14th st n. w., 11 rooms and bath.
1309 1 lth st n. w., 11 rooms and bath.
1602 Vermont ave, 10 rooms and bath.
1203 Qstu.w., 10 rooms and bath.
1207 Q st n. w., 10 rooms and bath.
1-11 Q st n. -w., 10 rooms and bath.
1201 Rhode Island .Tve., 6 rooms and bath.
1203 Rhode Island ave., 6 rooms and bath.
Above houses are m elegant repair, near
schools and car lines, A. HE1TMULLER
& CO., 1333 14tn st. iv "?. aullsit
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT House 2204 I st. nw.;
7r., gas, wat'erJJkoy at O'Callnghan'a
grocery store. No. 2j200 1 at. nw. uuG-14t
fi.30.00 l20 TH 8t- nw. 8r b.; nx L
0. T. YQDER. 015 E fit. nw.
POR RENT SUBURBAN.
FOR RENT Suburban property; ono
and one-half acres; improved by a
beautiful 7-room cottugo; all uocesuury
outbuildings; pure well water nt door; to
good, prompt tenant, only $12 per month;
one mile from Anacostlu Address P. B,
8., Good Hope P. o., Anacostlu, D. 0.
FOR RENT-s-'Vcn-iocni cottage at
Brookland, with hull, bath, cellar,
attlo, range, latrobe, hot und cold water;
two squares from electric cars. Inquire
of I. S.H0LLL0GE.Saks& Co uu23-3t
1TOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE-lf J'ou want to do well
look us up e will buy, sell or ex
change carriages, wagons harness and
horaes. We have n side bar
buggy, cost $150; $50 cash will buy it.
Second-hand buggy harness from $6 up. We
will board your horses in flrot-class style for
$16 a month and deliver them ut your
door. Teams for drummers and business"
S2 a day. Carriages and wagons stored
$1 23 a mouth. Will do your painting and
repairlngcheaper than any 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 S-A-IjE 535 will buy a good
horse, harness and dayton; a bargain:
call arter 4 p. m., will sell on time. 513
9th st. se. au24-2t
FOR SAjLS--Store fixtures, at 1301
South Capitol st. bw. au24-2t
jC-H SALE Half interest in a job
printing office; centrally located; other
business and can uot attend to iu Address
T C this office. au23-3t
HOMEMADE bread, pie, and cake
bakery and confectionery forstUe; good
stand; low rent; has five rooms besides
store; doing good busmefs; will be bold
very cheap; $75 will buy it if told at
ouce. Address F H. H , this office.
FOR SALE-Side-bu- buggy, light de-
llverr wneon. fine pole; all in firsc
class condition; very cheap. 624 K st.
Do not pay money
any person solic
f ifcing, WAp Adver
l tisernents ror. cms
paper. The TIMES
has no such solid-
- - V3 ,
FOR SALE Barter shop. Address
E A. II., this office. nu24-7t
FOR SALE Saloon on Pa ave. nw.,
doing a good business; good reasons
for Felling. Address SALOON, this office.
FOR SALE-Pine Liberty Bicycle, '93
pattern, nearlv new , cheap. Address
WHEEL, this office. au24-3t
FOR SALE $30 will buy a side-bar
b lggy and a hand made set of harness.
310 8th st. s. e. au24-2t
FOR SALE Hammond tjpewriter,
latest stjle, never been used; cash only.
Address TYPEWRITER, tins office. au21
FOR SALE-Ch'-ap Dining-room; do
ing a good business. Apply to 332
Pa. ave. nw. au21-5t
FOR SALT. LOTS.
FOR SALE Part of lot in Oak Hill
Cemetery, containing 48 sq. ft. Price
$60. Apply 125 California St. u.e. au23-3b
MASSAGE and .electric treatment by
Mrs Lewis. Ilonra from 9 a in to 9
p m 7u2 0th.6L.nw au22-7t
WE'LL push through though the "heav
ens fall," niidjdQAit by felling elegant
suits, custom-made, the "lcpft bit woin,"
at prices that can't help but fuit jou.
JUSTH'S OLD STATU) ,G 19 D st. nw.
THE Wonderful .Remedy. Cancera
cured without" Jqilfo, pain, or pay
until cured; also carbuncles, piles, dropsy,
by Prof. MARTIN RILEY. 467 Pn ave.
nw. ' nu5-lmo
WILL lady who worked in dry goods
store on Seventh street by the name of
Mrs. Roots and who was seen coming Trom
B. & P. depot please communicate with Mrs.
C this office. au2 1-3t
IF Tou have rheumatism or neuralgia
inquire aboutViliettc's 4 0iIs.Drllgslst3,.
J. T. WALKER SONS. 204 3 0th st. nw.,
carpet lining, felts, firo brick and cloy,
asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement, two
and threo-ply roofing material. npr21-tf
PROF. CLAY, oldest established ad
vertising clairvoyant, medium and for
tune teller in his city, removes all yout
troubles; tells' from cradle to grave; ad
vice on business, love affairs, losses or
matrimonial adventures; unites separated
and .ausis speedy marriage vrith one you
love by proper advice. Call and bo con
vinced that I can "work a case quicker
than auy medium you ever met Pee. 50
cents. Hours, 10 to 9; open Sunday.
489 H St.. bet. 4 1-2 end 6to EL sw.
THE "3 DAYS" CURE For men.
This remedy cures in 3 days or no
charge. Consultation free. DR. McKEE-
HAN, 716 12th st. nw. Jjr?.S-lmo
SPISITUALISM-Ura. E. McNeil,
clairvoyant and business medium. Pri
vate sittings daily; business examinations
aspedalty. 1914 Pa. ave. au22-7t
EGYPTIAN Gypsy Seventh daugh
ter of the seventh generation;
she can take off spellsnnd cause to marry,
as well as tell you the past and future;
persona calling at the tent next to railroad,
Take Ecklngtou and Soldiers' nonie
MME. ESTELLE ella all the
events of lire in German and English;
hours, 9 a. m to 10 p m.; 25 and GO
cents; cures all cases of running or dry
6ores 013 19th st. nw. je29-lm
LADIES needing confidential treat
ment, A safe and sure relief In all
female trouble, constipation, inegularl
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, llstulo,
etc. Separate looms for patir.ntfl before
and during confinement, and find homes
for infants if required. Strictly confiden
tial. MRS.DR RENNER, 16 Fourth sune.
near E. Capitol st. Washington, D. O.
ailME. BROOKS Wis nil the events
of life; all business confidential; ladles
and gentlemen. 50 cents each; hours, 9
a tn. to 9 p. m. 605 New York avenue
northwest, near Sixth street. jy25-14t
DR. TAYLOH. 00G F st- nvr- makt'3
full sets of teeth for $5; satisfaction guar
anteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling, SI: amalgam. 50o. je!3-3m
pL vcE"i orderat WHITNEY'S, 471
Pa ave nw , ror pure old cider vinegar
andav voiii-pickles aulS-10t
MANICURING chiropodist by Mrs.
E C Curtis Special terms to ladies.
Hours Trom 9 a m. to 9 p m 702 9th
su uw. au22-7t
CLEARING Fale-WIU go 1804 7th
1 a . .., ...t- rt-i rlrnhll ill OllS.
Paints and Stains. Calsomines. YOUNG
& CO.. l'aiut Store. 714 K a"-l-t,
FIFTEENTlTsTREET M E. CHURCH
Services will bo held 1 n Chapel of Giinton
Temple Memorial Church, west side of
Fourteenth street, near R Treadling at
11:15 a in , by Pastor Rev? W. W. Van
Arsdale; Sunday School 2.30 p. in ; ser
vices 7 30 p. in , under auspices of Ep
worth League, prayer meeting on Wednes
day at 8 p in
FOURTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Ninth and G stteets northwest Rev Jos.
T Kelly, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. in.
to-morrow, by Rev. Samuel W. Stophlet,
or Indiana Communion of the Lord's Sup
per at 4 p m , Sabbath School, 9-30, Y.
P S C. E, 7 p. m., prayer meeting, Thurs
day evening, 8 o'clock. Strangers cordi
ally i timed
THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH, 423 G street
northwest Rev. Alex. Ketit, pastor, will
gic the seventh iu a series of discourses
on the Lord's Prayer; text, "And lead
us not into temptation, but deliver us
from evil." All welcome. Service, 11.15.
PASTORE HEZ SWEM has returned and
tells a Short Summer Story (Ongiual)
Sonday night, S o'clock. Gospel Iijmiis,
oue to six combined, used at mght; preach
ing at 11a in., by the pastor. All beats
free All cordially invited. Second Bap
tist Chmc-h Auditorium, Fourth street aud
Va. avenue, southeast.
FIRST M E CHURCH, TiMi and Vir
ginia avenue southeast G. L. Baeslius,
pastor Preaching 11 a in., 8 p m.,een
mg subject America for Americans; special
sermon to Junior Older of American Me
chanics. A P. A's. invited.
HAMLINE M E. CHURCH, Ninth and P
streets northwest Rev E. S. Todd, D. D.,
pastor Sutiday School, 9:13 a. in., preach
iug 11 a. in , by Rev. Albert Osborn; 8 p
m , addresses on the Life of Christ, illus
trated; Epworth League, 7 11 m.; Tuesdayf
consecration, Thursday, church prayer
meetiug S p m.
CENTRAL UNION MISSION. Main hall,
G22 Louisiana avenue. To-night 7:30 opeti
air meeting from the new Gospel wagon,
No. 2, addresses by Maj. Hilton and Mr.
Curtis, of Chicago. Service in the Audi
torium at S:30 p. m. Midnight mission
meeting, corner Thirteenth and D streets,
10 p. tn. Gospel services daily 12 m and
7:45 p. m. The Big Gospel Wagon will
hold servicei on Sunday. as follows: Cor
ner Pennsylvania avenue and Third street
northwest, 3:30; New Jersey avenue and
11 northwest, 4:43; Market space, G:15p. m.
The Little Gospel Wagon as follows: Cor
ner Pennsylvania avenue and Fourth street
southeast, 3:15 p. m.; Virginia avenue and
Seventh street southeast, 4:30 p. m.; M
and Fourth southeast, 6:30 p. in.; N and
First southeast, 7:30 p. m.; Bruen Chapel,
8 p. m.
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL. Corner Third
and A southeast. Holy communion, 7:30 a.
m.; service and sermon, 11 o'clock. A. J
THE BRETHREN. Preaching at 316
Pennsylvania avenue southeast. Sunday, 11
a. m., by Harry T. Proctor Bible school
at 9:15 Gospel services at 7:45 p. m.
Everybody cordially invited to attend all
of these services. W. M. Lyon, pastor.
CENTRAL M P. CHURCH, Twelfth and
M northwest Rev. S. J. Smith, pastor
Trenching at 1 1 a m., and 8 p. m ; Sunday
C.i.nt i.'Wi. rri , .. i.T
-1111HM, i. ., xuemes ix a. 111., -ivaButus
from theCouies," 8 p. in., "God's Wonders."
MARYLAND AVENUE BAPTIST
CHUUCH, near the corner of Maryland ave
nue and Fourteenth street northeast
Preaehiug by the pastor. Rev. N. C. Najlor,
at 11 a. in.; Bible School at 9:30 a. in.;
Christian Endeavor Society meets ai7.30
p m An Echo meeting of the great Bos
ton convention will be held Messrs. M.
M Shand, W. ll.H Smith, John D.Morgan
anil John B Sleinan, ar , of the District C.
E Union, and Miss Bell, president or the
Y P S. C E., of tLe Calvary Baptist
Church, will deliver addresses Everybody
Is cordially invited to attend these services.
a special meeting of L. A. NO. 1046, K.
of L., on Monday evening, August 2G,
1895, at 6 i. m. sharp, to make final
arrangements for Labor Day.
au24-lt Seal. By Order of Com.
HELENA M. CADY 2VI. D. or
Louisvillf, Ky., will deliver a lecture
on Phallicism, or the Religion or the
Ancients, at Wonn'sIIall.Othst.ae., between
G and H, Sunday (to morrow) evening. It
SPECIAL to Table Boarders Messrs.
Duffy i Leounarda, proprietors of
"The American House," corner Pennsyl
vania avenue and Seventh street, beg to
aunouuee to the public generally that they
are now serving the best table board in the
city, from 6 a in. to 8 p m., at the
following reduced prices. 3 meals per day,
$20; 2 meals uer day, $15 per mouth.
Particular attention given ladii
Jy 31-1 mo
FOR SALE-A cigar and news stand,
doii'g a good business; good reason for
selling Call at 604 1-2 10th tt nw It
WANTED-By two progressive young
men, $l,U0O; will give $300 interest
for the accommodation. W. a. B., this
FOR SALE-A iiargaiu for a live man,
good pajiug business for small capi
tal. Speak quick. DEFENDER, this of
BREAD and cake bakery wagon and
route, no reasonable oifer refused.
M. E T , care of 2223 14th St. nw.
PERSONS desirous of disposing of thefc
bu&iness places can have purchasers pro
cured without any publicity, ail bwslneas
confidential, charges moderate. T. O. AN
DERSON i CO.. Real Estate and Btttiat-ss
Exchange, 907 G st. nw.
C. G. SLOAN i CO.. AUCTINOEERS.
No. 1407 G St. nw.
By virtue of a certain colbtteral note
ami by direction of the holder thereof,
we will sell at public auction, within our
salesrooms. No. 1 107 G street north vvedt,
on SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, lfc95.at 12
O'CLOCK noon. Uie collateral security
attached to said note, to-wit Forty-three
1 13) notes for $23 each, numbered from
9 to 51 inclusive, dated March 13, 1S9 I.
note No .9 payable nine months thereafter,
and tiie remaining notes payable month ly
aud consecutively to and including fifty
one months thereafter, all bearing
interest at 0 per cent per annum, and
secured by a second deed of tniot on lot No.
2S3. in Francis H. Duehay's fcUb-diviHHi
of lots in square No. 1001. All parties
interested will irfease take notice. Terms
cash. C. G. SLOAN &. CO.. Auctioneers
DUNCANSON BROS .AUCTIONEERS.
REAL ESTATE NOTES AT AL TiON
By virtue of a certain collateral note
dated July 24, 1&94, default having been
made in the same, there will be sold at
the auction rooms of Duncanson Brothers,
corner 9th and D streets norti west, Wash
ington, 1) C , on SATURDAY, THE 24TH
DAY OF AUGUST, A D , 1&93. AT ONE
O'CLOCK P M .the collateral named there
in viz Two notes or C A McEuen, dated
September 26th, 1S93, for $500 eaca, pay
able in three jears, with interest, and se
cured by deed or trust upon lots 1 to 30
both inclusive. Block S, Marshall, D C.
All persons Interested please take notice
Terms cash. By order of the holder of
DUNCANSON BROS ,
AUCTION SALE OF GOVERNMENT
Property. Office of Building ror Li
brary of Congress. 143 East Capitol St.,
Washington. D. C , August 23. 1895
Hoisting engines, derricks, rigging, tem
porary buildings, fenef, old tools and im
plements, scrap iron and copper, old tim
ber and other old articles and materials
will be sold at public auction on the
premises of the Building for Library of
Congress, in this city, on Tuesday, the third
day of September. 1S93, at 10 o'clock a.
tn. The material may be seen at the build
ing and schedulesobtuiued on application to
the auctioneers or this office. BERNARD
R. GREEN, Superintendent aud Engineer.
KATCLIFPE, SUTTON i: CO.. Auctioneers.
PF.OPOSALS for fuel for jail
United States jail, "Washington. D. C.
August 21, 1893 Proposals are iuvited
to rurnish 100 tons, more or U-oS. of best bi
tuminous coal; 23 tons, more or less, best
anthracite coal, aud 30 cords, more or less,
of pine wood, for the use and delivery at
the United States jail in the District of
Columbia. Bids for wood and coal should
b? submitted separately and addressed to
the General Agent, Department of Justice.
Bids will be received till noon of SATUR
DAY, August 24, 1893. The right to re
jcvt any and all bids is reserved. J0IIN
R. LEONARD, Warden. au22-3t
PROPOSALS FOR STEAM BOILER.
Architect's Orficc. U. S. Capitol, Wash
ington, D. C, August 19th, 1895. Pro
posals wdl Le received at tins orfice until
Wednesday, September 4th, 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 orallbidsis reserved.
EDWARD CLARK.Arehitect.U. S. Capitol.
If so, write your name and address
in this coupon and send it to THE
You can help to save Washington a
half million dollars each year by writing
your name and address in the above
coupon and sending it to THE TIMES,
to be used in preparing a petition to
Congress asking for 'cheaper gas.
WE don't care to do "cheap" "slop -
printing-, und most everybody knows
it and they know we don't care -whoknows
it Prices right. M W. MOORE, Gen.:
Man , Law Reporter Company, 518 Gtb.
st nw. au22
LOOK AH ihist. dirt, and grease sport
removed from your carpets by
the Eureka Carpet Cleaning Co Addrf-sj
postal No 433 C st aw- a22-3t ,
JUST HECEIVED Fine lot young Cu
ban parrrts. guaranteed to talk; also
monkeys, carries, mocking bints, gold
fiou, dogs, anc fancy pigeons. SCHMID"3.
712 12th st. w.. branch 1221 Pa. ava.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE 2 beautiful houses; c,
rooms and bath; brown-stone front, in
the nw.; cheap and easy terms. WM M.
YAGER & CO , Rooms 45 and 46 Ohio.
Bank Building. au4set,ni.e,d-
A Curious Dream.
(Continued from Yesterday's Evening
"How go things -with you?" I raid after
mutual greetings had been exchanged.
'Have you married toMissGroivenoryet?'
"No," he replied; "I have had no luctr
whatever in that quarter. She s now en
gaged to a French Johnny. Her fatherly
pretty well off now. The railroad, was ex
tended through his land and he made shekeU
over the transaction They are staying ia
town at presenu You hadlietterculL"
"Will you come with me?"
"No, thanks I don't look well as tat
rejected suitor. But here is their address,
and. mine "
I called upon Grosvenorin ckiee-wrse and
was introduced to bis daugiHer'j? fiaucu.ooo
Mr Dubois His face seemed familiar to ie
and after some moments thoii-rbs it bunc
upon me that he was the dream roirlreroC
two years liefore There -as ut a doubc
about it, and I could have sworn t- bim m
the wiues-box- He war? a man of -wt ali'j ,
bad lived many years in EnghuMl.aMl w 3
thought to be an excellent matcn He was
by no ha-ai young, but had a poitoaed and
agreeable manner, and a very rapid and
sharp mode of speaking, wtucii was not, I
thought, wholly clue to his Frenea tatioi al-
Though I attempted to dismiss my pre; i
dice, he gave me the imprestdou that there
-was something underhand about him Ha
also seemed to think ftiraaelt m-j- ted, for
I caught ntan watching me furtively as I
was talking to Mr Grovenor.
I walked home in great perplexity Hero
was my dream exactly reproduced, and I
had no possible doubt as to the identity C
the persons concerned Yet I could not tell
Mr Grosvenor the story without incurring
his ridicule, if not his anger, ami probably
getting into bad odor wit his future son
ln-iaw. though, for that contaagency I cartd.
At length I resolved to Impart the wh !J
matter to Howard. He bad found pernii
nent employment In London aad could, re
main on the watch, whereas I wa& oWigMl
to return to India in a few weeks. Tua
marriage was not to take place for at lease
six months, which would give htat time to
examine Dubois' antecedents.
Howard was much surpmed at my storr,
and declared be taougnt Dubois to be or
scoundrel from the first. Ths was likely
enough in a rejected suitor, but at the same
time hie instincts corresponded wh mine,
and at hit. earnest request I determiaed to
tell the wole to Mr Grosrenor Howard
abo undertook to keep S4nct watch upon,
Dubois' movements, and to let me bear oil
any new development the case might pv
The next day I called upon Mr Grosvenor,
aad, requesting a private interview, pus
the w jote matter before him.
"This is very extraordinary," he sai I
when I bad finished "Curiously enough,
the yoan?: coui are to hve in CnDJng'aani
and occupy that very room wben the bore . -moon
is over But what can I do? H S
antecedents seem unquestionable. He a
the son of a Frei.ch count; bis parents arj
dead, and he has dropped his title. I hate
verified all the statements he has made,
and, though I do not profess to like tho
man, I really have nothing against him,
and my daughter is devoted to him "
"Well." I returned, "perhaps it is to
affair of mine; I thought I ought to tell you
what I saw before I returned to Lidia. At
thesame time. I hope you understand my mo
tives are wholly disinterested."
"I owe you many thanks for performing
what you might havethoughta purelymi
agiuary dtity.andanunpIeasaRtoneas well.
Have you told any one else?"
"No one but Howard."
"Then I will make fresh inquiries. I do
not anticipate any result, but it is as well
to be sure."
nis daughter came in at that moment, and
it was distressing to see the wistful look in,
his eyes as he lifted her hand for a moment;
and gazed into her face.
Sue months later when I was staying at
Simla. I received a letter from Howard. Hu
"We have settled Dubois hash. He
wiK not be seen any more. I put oa a pri
vate detective, who found out that Dubois
bad been ktpt in a French asylum for some
years as a hcmicuial maniac The hyp
notic school of physicians professed o have
cured him. and 1 think had really done so
for a time, bot he was getting strange in hw
manner, and when asked about the asylum
though the question was put tn the most
delicate way. he flew at Grosvenor like .1
tiger and attempted to strauple him. Help
was fortunately at bawl, ami he was put;
under lock and key. We cannot account
for your dream by any theory. Dubois
had never even seen Cullmgham. I can only
suppose it was meant a a warning, and. in
fact, it has been the means oravokJing: what
might have been au awful tragedy and of
bringing about. I hope, what will be tho
greatest happiness of my life. " Good