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THE MOBNJOJGh TIMES, TUESDAY;' DECEMBER 31? 185.
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spectaculab middle jvces.
Thtrperiod was prt-cmincntl spectacular.
It was replete with splendid jiagtantry.
which; , nil the people might witness. The
Journfjjiugs of heking andjils court were
almost Incessant; lu tact.- there were
lew sections where the rojral Iraiu was upt
a familiar sight. Edward I changed his
residence scventv-Iive times iu one rear,
au average of three tiroes a fortnight.
HealvrdyEhad with him, besides Ulsf.ivonte
'mights, twenty-four archers on foot, the
dianuellor and his clerks, the 'Steward,
the chamberlain, the outer and i liner
marshals, the freasurcr of the wardrobe,
and many more minor officers and their
attendants. Knights bad curled hair, long
bcanls, ring-laden fingers. Jeweled girdles,
purse embroidered with cold arabesques,
nil ouocs. rnuih slashed und long-pointed,
and short silt or fur-lined coats wilh wide
flovving slcevei. Special officers wore
special liveries The ensemble must hove
been untp-akalrtv brilliant.
The bii;. betides making episcopal vla
ltatiiwiff.liad to iootaftcrthv'Sr landed prop
erty, aud a bishop jieier traveled without
much splendor. .auLa great, retinue. The
foisop ot Hereford, for instance, had in. Ids
pay adue! champion, squires, clerks, carters,
falconers, liorters, grooms, messengers,
bakers, 'titolicn servants" und jages, full
fottjf persons in all. Ev cu ce.miiion monks,
whei Uiey took long Journeys from the
cloister, sometimes assumed tLc garb of
Queens and great Indies, piuididlvf ai
tircd, often traveled In carriages drawn
by five horses fastened In a row. "llicsc
carnages had caned wheelsgllded beams,
tapestrj hangings, silk curtains and em
There were touruanienUot brave knights
witu-e--cl by fair ladles, vigils at arms,
buuts with liawks, horses and hounds, nilr
aclciilays iu the churchyards, midnight ex
humations, Te Deums and popular pias.
There i ere the merry, bustling, climorous,
puru'-.-oloml fairs (patronized by all Eng
laud and contributed to by all the world!,
where were displajcd, besides Uie staple
products, leallierwork, embroideries, tup
entries, silks, velvets, exquisite glasses,
porcelains, miters and coronets ablaze with
penis, Jeweled gloves, riugs, choice wines,
spices, frankincense, wood and ivory carv
ings, marvelous work in iron, bronze and
pewter, stained glass and illuminated
niisaaU. Above all, there were the public
ceremonials of, the guilds, very splendid,
particularly In London.
"In their processions to church," says
Timbs In his "Curiosities of London," "the
com pa nl es were Joined b5 1 he religious orde rs
In their rich costumes, wearing wax torches
und slng.iig, and frequently attended by
the lord mayor and grc-3t civic authorities
In state. Funerals were as religiously ob
served by them, aad to celebrate with be
coming grandeur the obsequies of deceased
members almost the whole of these frater
nities kept a state pall or hearse cloth;
members of superior rank were followed
to interment by the lord mayor and civic
authorities, and it w the custom Jo pro
vide funeral dinners wlth.sums lojt by. tile
dec-eased or sentaftcrdeath by the relatives
Their parages, sometimes took place on
the river, where they had barges "freshly
furnished with banners and streamers pf
!k, richly beaten with thearms and badges
of their crafts." There were pageants on
the return of the king after a foreign
Tlctory and on his setting out for foreign
sooqutfet. Coronation pr.iccsMonK, Ihougb
les frequent, came quite often enough, and
were participated In by all the crafts.
At the coronation of Henry IV., in 1399,
Cheapside, according to Trolssart, had
'seven fountains running with red and
while wine, and the craftsmen, clothed In
their proper merles, bore banners of their
THE STAKED VLA1NS.
The Nunie n Aliisiioinei Vroper Term
I "Stocknrtett rinlns."
.St. Lonlx GlotH-Demucrt.
"It is time that the came 'Staked riuics,'
as applied to the Llano Estacado. wat
stricken from Ihe map of North America,"
said Geologist Robert T". Hill. "It is a
wholly ridiculous misnomer. One explana
tion given for the use of this tenn is that
uarlvJuTS set up stakes to mark their
roadfovWhese then considered waterless
wastes. Another is that the designation
alludes to the staff-like stems of the yucca
plants, which resemble stakes projecting
above lt. ground. But neither otthesccx-planatioa-.
ex-laia3. because the yucca docs
not grow on the Llano Estacado, and no
wood for stakes could have been procured
on"Thc absolutely treeless desert by travel
ers. Certainly they could not hav e carried
Hakes witli them.
"But there is no use in such a discussion,
because the solution ot the prob'em Is per
fectly simple and obvious. The name
Staked Finns' is an erroneous tranelitlou
of Llano Ktacado. which means a palisade
or wall. The Spanish term alludes to the
precipitous cliffs by whieh thlsiast plateau
ts upheld, as It were, on every side, except
nt the southeast corner. The geological
formation may lie. compared to a book lying
on a table- The whole ot this plain the
largest in theUnlted States lsassinooth as
the surface of the ocean in a dead calm. Its
level unbroken by trees or bushes, but car-"
peted wllti a rich growth of grass.
"Up to within seventeen years of the
present time the Llano Estacado, orStock
uded I'IrIii, was sup;io"ed to be utterly
waterless. After seasons of rainfall there
are occasionally pends or lakes of water
held In depressions here and there, but
these are apt to evaporate In n few days.
.Bunnlng Water Is the only stream in the
desert. It suddenly breaks out of the
ground, ripples over pebbly bottoms for a
distance of ten miles, ard tl en mysterious
ly disappears, like many other rivers west
of the J'ecos ltlver. The trouble is that,
though the annual rainfall is fair In quan
tity, the soil is porous as a eronge and
swallows the water. The latter percolates
downward until, at a eoslderablc depth,
it Is stopped by an impervious stratum
"Thanks to this stratum, the Llano Es
tacado is underlaid actually by a tl cct of
underground water, the mest rcmarkab'e
in the United Slates. Tlius, iu the" midst
ot the plateau mere than 1,000 wells have
been dug successfully. From these wells
unlimited supplies of the precious fluid
are pumped up by means pt -windmills,
making practicable ti.e imuili);, of thou
sands or rattle. Water is struck In this
way throughout the entire extent of the
llcsa, w" icli lias thus become a great graz
ing rcg on.
-'A t pn sent 9,300 peoplII c en liicLlaiio.
Three n Iiioli acics of tie icrdrnret cor
ner ot it were transferred some time ago
for building n rcw state I cu'C at AuMiii
Thus, was by far the largest want of land
Any Disease Cured
for $5: a Month.
-, No matter what oilier physicians have
said, don't Jose hope. See Dr.. Walker, He
wlltfur"7ou.-vDr.-Valker courts -diseases
pronounced incurable by others. Especially
Ni-rpuanud Private Diseases of both
iei, Hyilrocele, "Varicocele, Emissions,
rremalureness Fecpvie; We-akncsn, Kidney
anclLlvcr Diseases. 4c Dr. Walker Is at
.lilsuiilinrlmn, 14LH'a. ate., dully from
10 To 5. Also oil Wednesdays and Salur-daj-frooi
,7ty g,p. ro Sundujs, 10 to 12.
niailu to any corporation In recent years,
aecMhere was a big howl about it. Wise
Juclgra.'todayj howcreT, are of the opinion
tllat the 6ta1e.got"tne better end of the
linr-puih.-lr.asiuuehnw, the land Is woithless
for farming purposes."
'Iiurry ciuuibricL, IViiiiam Saunders, and
JonuIIowrfrl,alUcoorcd, ore held by the
major to await tile result of Injuries they
lnniclcd'npmJerry-'iiorey, a!o colored,
on Christinas Day. Dorsey had become
involved in u quarrel with one of the men,
and. th,e ttijfi assaulted, him. " lie was
tnocked on the head" with a stone by
,) jmbrick, tla'hed in the abdomen with
a razor" by Saunders, and shot in the neck
Jniind breat by Howard. lie was left by
lis assailants, but managed to reach his
hdiiir.-( Nocompfcimt of the .tssanlt reached
ttic earsjjf tho.jiolice. lie was brought to
tli'e police station In a carriage this morn-jnlg,,-But1was,st
peukjtie could not sUind,
and Ills physician says he is in a very pre
t . .During (a ,heA-v jylndstorm in Fairfax
cojiity a few dajs ago the large cross on
.ihe jteple of, StfjJcbn'i. Episcopal Chapel
was blown down and fell on the roof.
Soaring a I.irghd'e in IU No one was
tntne church at the. time or the accident,
and carpenters." are "now repairing the
bJilding., , ,
The Union liission Banday-school Iie'd
(ts Chrktmus catcrtainroent In the Mission
rqoin,s on Upper Kinj: street last night.
Aboat sixty clilldreu took part in the ex
ercises, and lliojiiusic and recitations were
greatly enjoyed by their elders. Mr.
Jleddiag, tliesoperinteihlent of the Mission,
made an Interesting address, descriptive
ot the work doae daring the year.
If little Winf red x Dean recovers and
the chances ;rc now that be will, his
physicians say he will have to wear a
inslal plate over his forehead where the
skull bones'ha've been removed. The plate
will be worn constantly, as the oreratlon of
trepanning- hlin would mean certain death.
The avondrfful recovery of this boy is at
tracting Uicattention Qf medical men every
where. IUciiard. Simmons, nod Walter Jones, nor
groes, were arrested yesterday by the
United Slates authorities ou a charge of
having assaulted two boys, John Johnson
and Eugcue'ijraves.'onbe Arlington reser
vation a few days ago and taking $10 from
them. They pretended to be country con
fil.tblesand were collecting a fine for some
imaginary offense. The case was con
tinued until tomorrow
The managers t.Jhe St. Asspii. race
track here state positively that the track
will be closed down when the first winter
wcniher comes, and lhat-there will be no
ricmrTn"sO&'w and sleet at the St. Asaph
Mr. Abraham Sludds, a well-known old
fanner, dlcd-nt hla home in Fairfax near
the seminary jesterday evening.
'The' ClfHsrriis-tiilcftaliimcnt of the Ban-
tlst Mission Jjij theiiorthwestcrn section
, im- -lij v3.rn iiiie-uucu, unu vue
youns f'jlks bad an enjoyable time singing,
eating candy, etc
Mri' BiiKerf" of 'Eeverly, Mass., Is the
guesjjuf Mrs.'Marl'bA.Carlln on Duke street.
The remuiBS of Mrs. Kale E. Hopkins,
wKeor..S. S. Hopkins of this city, will
tie taken to Baltimore this morning for
interment, iiesme tier rather.
fMr, Wesley Makley, for many jcars the
rectifier of liquor for Barbour's grocery
iu JVoshiogln.nnl.roeasurerof wood nnd
liark for Alexandria died at his home on
iSoJtli. Henry -street jesterday morning,
after a long illness. His runeral will lake
It was'sald" of nirhm Wilson's conversa
tional powers ihat Ahey were "enough to
turn the most knowledgeable folks reatter
ntted for the "tinid bein'," and when he
egdu. to tclla btQryrgroups of men melted
aAaj as it by magic.
"T was goln by tfie Wldder Follcl's this
mornln','" he lie'gauonc day, as he joined
the group around the new village pump, "at
least I say gola' by, an' I dunno why I say
goitj by, for I wan't exackly. I was Just
goln' along, as old Sanvl Gill used to tell
iibout leastways I dunno why say old,
for he. wa'n't so turrlble old, not much
older'n most of us "here leastways I
1 initio's I'd ortcr say most ot us, for there's
I'cter Frauklin that I've heerd tell that
Is t' say I ain't ever exackly lieerd, bein
as I'm so deef from the. rneumatlckSMttlim
In my ears, an1-1 duuno's I've any i-all to
say rhcumaticks 'nolher, for there was one
doctor, told roe Icastway's I dunlin's ho
act'Ily was a doctor, but he made out
bW dun'io butl made out's a kind of a hu'sh
waj toputit.bytyeseehe "
At this point Mr Wilson paused a rid looked
about hlrt; the legs of his last listener were
vanishing aremud the corner of the post
office and he was left alone.
"Well, I never see anjthin' like it," said
.Mr Wilson in,nn aggrieved tone as hepro
cceded t'ofollowliislateaudience "Seem's
If a mair couldn't tell n succumstauce an,
I dunno's I'd orter say succumstance, for
it wa'n't " his voice died away in an
inarticulate murmur as the post-office door
dosed behind him. Youth's Companion.
SiUo of Rnro CoIim.
, ,Ono ot the most important sales of coins
held in'Loidon in recent years was that of
.the Anglo-Saxon and British coins forming
UiC; first part of the collection of the late
Uymori Montagj. vice president of the Nu-inlsraalic-Society.
It lasted for six days,
857 coins, gold, silver, and copper, bring
ing in S21.1S7. an acreage of nearly S25
apiece. Tho id ghet prices paid were $300
apiece f or a. penny of King Alfred, the only
coin on which lie Ustyled"Rcx Anglorum,"
nnd for a pnn-jy of King Halfdan, strock on
his entering Louden. An Eppillus stater ot
gdld fetched $222. ail Epaliccus sLitcr,
?212a Tcplwi'lp Iljpenny, 5230; a penny
of Offa. King of Merits, with the name of
Arthcljc.ird-on tlmJobverse, $182; a penny
of Aetlielrcd and one of Baldred, each
$ir.lr? five pvemes of Cynesthryth, widow
of Off.i, King of AliTCia, with the name of
Beonna brougul S132;' a copper styca ot
Erg:riU1,.,Klrs of JJorthambrla, $102; a
copper coin of TX'nobeline, with the head
ot JanJS obverse, ?30.
HELP WANTED AND SITUATIONS WANTED
20 Words for 10c.
NOTICE 8. C. Douglas is notassociated
with us In any capacity whatever.
THE AMERICAN TEA CO., 1710 14th st-
n w. item
THE Center Market will be open Tues
lay. December 31, 1695, from B a.
in. until 10 p. ra. and on Wedntwday. Janu
ary 1. 189U, from 5. a. m. until 10 30 a.
m. P. 8. 8M1TH. Clerk. dc29-3t
FIREMEN'S Insurance Company, of
fice corner 7th st. and Loiilsiantt ave.
nw. Washington, D. C, Dec 2G, 1893.
The stockholders of toe Firemen's
Insurance Company or Washington and
Georgetown will meet at this office on
MONDAY, January G, between the hours
or 11 o'clock a. in. and 12 o'clock in., for
the purpose of electing thirteen directors
for the ensuing 3 ear. C. W. HO WARD,
THE annual meeting of the stockholders
ot the Capital Trust Company for the
election of directors for the ensuing year
will be held at the lfotel Flcfse-tainano,
Alexandria, Va.,on WEDNESDAY, January
8, 1890. Foils open at 2 p.m. and close at
3 p. m. Books for the transfer of ntock
wi!i close January 3, and remalu cIod
until January 8, inclusive. HENRY K.
SIMPSON, Secretary. dc27-13t
VOCAL.. PIANO, "VIOLIN Students
can gea $1 to $2 grade private lessons
at ouly 25c. of a responsible professor or
acknowledged ability, who oilers this ex
traordinary inducement in order to tecure
a full -patronage at ouce from the first of
the -vear. Aduress CO.NeSEIlVATOKY. this
LESSONS iu elra wing; oil, water co'ors,
crayon, pastel, pen und Ink; one can
learn in a Uiort time without exicruiiLe
f 3 tier month ir jpu call berore New Year's.
STUDIO, 1237 Fa. ave., on 2d floor front
PIANOi Organ, Vocal Mnslo and tt eorr
faugtil by J. F. GEKMUILLEIt, Gil I
st. nw.: terms moderate. Uel8-lmo
VXJHODA.UC;HSiIS Ctasrs. 132S
1 st. nw., oeginnuig November Short
hand, dictation and tyi.ewritiuc Mrs.
Baldwin, or Business Ulgn bcnuol. book
ADA L. SMITH. Bunt
IiOST-Oreyhound dog. wnite chest; large
scar on left side. Eeward If returned
to 2457 V St. nw. de31-3tine
LOST Brown water spaniel dog, -with
white breast. Eeward paid if returned
to 31 0 8th St. nw. . de30-3t
TjOST-Dct. E and H sts. on 7th or.7Th
and 11th sts. on E, a pockelbook. con
taining two railroad tickets to Norrlstown,
Fa. Suitable reward if returned to Miss
EDITH CRIFPS. 1010 Est.sw. Item
LOST-On Saturday, pair gold specta
cles, near 10th st. Finder will be re
warded if left at lBlOK at. nw. Item
LOST-Saturday evening, Dec. 2b, '96,
a pockctbook containing a large amount
of money, a photograph ot a young man, a
key. a paper of needles. A liberal reward
paid If left with JOHN QUINN, 447 7tn St.
WANTED MISCELLANEO US.
WASTED-Horses for their feed. Rear
201 Fennsylvanla ave.. te. dec31-3t
WAKTED-A small combination lock
safe for cash. Address 1. E., this
WANTED-Dining room In house with
roomers. CATERER. thU office, lt.em
WASTED-A road cart. Miller or
trailer preferred. Address, stating
price. L.M. D.,thisotfice .d30-2t.em
wawted-Bj a good druggist, a
partner, wilh some capital, to extend
the business: experience not necessary.
Address CAMrUOR.thlsofflce. de30-2t
WantedTry Rubber Roof PalnJ.
WE STOP AIX LEAKS FREE.
t xta chsrs:) only for pIni!nE; workrua;autt I
hXT. ltUIIBElt KOOf FAIM" CO . 143 8t4 nif
Next Befct Tiling.
Willie E. Went Can't you let mc of f this
afternoon to attend my grandma's funeral?
StaldtoTIome Not very well;but you can
slip out now and then to look at the score.
New Tork World.
$fw , . -. - . ISSk
fosMoM The Problem is this: These three snakes, all of rSaSfS
'PiS equal size, begin swallowing- each other and keep on JsSPimI
pviM ' . swallowing-, all at an equal rate of speed. What will ba !zMn
EsfMIi ke. final condition of things ?i Jt n , fe&wl
H ' - "TIMES" ' ' m
11 '--' " - WANT li
a " " ADS"-"" " m
ESZ&f ' furnish a puzzle to the people of Washington even ri
GsRn greater than the above snake conundrum. Results re- fclaiiSaj
f'Hf ceived arc frequently marvelous. fltt
M HAVE YOU TRIED THEM ? jJE
TOB HEXT DOOMS.
two front rooms; lur. complete; cook
ing ntensib. dlhcs, gas, heat, bathr and
organ; $14 per month. 301 10th st. nw.;
near Smlltiyonian. it
FOR KENT-Cheerful rurnlshcd rooms,
with good table board; references ex
changed. SEALEY'8,1012andl017 12th
st- nw. it
FOIt HENT-On P st. nw., one largp.
south front, fur. room, $10 per mo.- all
SJKSf10."?-,- Address PLEASANT
ROOM. Ihto office. de3l-3t
FOB KSftSlT teetini-Mory front room.
three windows: suitable for two young
men; with l-onrd, at 22 Eighth st.se.. near
FOB KENT Fur.room; newly papered.
(i.u N. J. ave. nw.; ?6 per montti.
FOR RENT Light bouseki'eplng, two
well furnished and complete rooms; all
eonvenle-nces; reasonab'e; private faniilr.
S24 9th Kt. sw. de3 1 -3 1
FOR RENT 0 i:i New Jersey ave.nw-T,
two furnished rooms complete for house-
rill Kl!;nr ora raniisneci rooms on
2d floor for light housekeeping; water
and sink in kitchen; price $8. 430 Q st.
n w. dc-3 1 $ t
FOR RENT At 923 20th suonelarge
pleasant 2d story front room, fur. or
unfur.. with gus and heat; terms moderate.
FOR RENT 'Joe f unilshed rcom, suit
able for gentleman; near Government
Printing Office; Loard if desired: reasona
ble: also two uufunitshcd rooms. 463 II
t. nw. de.10-3t.em
FOR RENT Rooms, unrurul-tii-rt. sin
gle ami en suiiei flais, large and small
new hoiko for.ale u-utl Tt-nl by un'.M:iI.
514 ctli st. nw. de30-4t
FOR RENT 3i2 4 1-2 U nw. 2 com
uiunuitiug rooms, 2d floor: front room
large, bright und cheerful; with board for
2 S4t);liack room S34; refs exchanged.
FOR RENT Unrunilshed Nice rooms
for housekeeping. 129 A st. nc near
FOR RENT 2 rooms; nicely fur.; 1st
floqr; Mbc board. MB. Address 721
lllh sir, nw. dec29-4t
FOR RENT Dolruble rooms; con
veniently -oculcd, at moderate prices.
912 12tnsunW. dec29-3t
FOR RENT Nicely fur., 2d-fioor front
room, with alcove; steam beat, gas,
electric light and electric bell; tiled bath
room; terms reasonable. 1012 13th st. nw.
FOR RENT Two handsome rooms;
rosewood iurniture; private family.
722 11th st. nw. dec29-10t
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms, cen
tral, furnace heat: moderate rates:
housekeeping permuted. 709 8th st. nw.
FOR RENT Two comfortably fur
nished rooms; with heat and light nnd
bath all on the same floor; $9 per month;
from January l. 709 8th st. ne. dc29-4t
FOR RENT 3 unfur. rooms; bath,
heat, und gus; 3d floor; $10. Address
70G 9th St. ne. de29-3t
FOR RENT 1213 I St. nw.,jiiccly
furnished rooms; bath on same floor;
southern exposure; rent moderate. It.em
FOR RENT Furnished back room, 2d
floor; conveniences; $7. 418 2d nw.
FOR-RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms, with board; suitable for two
in a room: convenient to O. P. Q. and all
street car lines. 618N.J.ave. de29-3t
FOR RENT 9?7 I st. nw.; hall room;
$6; gentleman onlj. dc27-4t
FOR RENT 2 newly-furnished rooms
In private faraily'wlth or without
Loard; cars pass door. '136 O St. ne.
de26-6t-ero - a 1
FOR RENT Two wetlThrnished rooms,
backand front, oommuulcatlngjtogether
or singly; $6 and SlO, respectively; all
modern improvemenlsTprivato family. Ap-
piy nima u.i.aTe. J' aecia-Tl-em
FOR RENT Thrte front rooms; fur-
1014 10th st. ,,, ,dc24-St
FOR BENT-1012,Fi,nw.; two front
office rooms over Desto's Jewelry store
end opposite the Boston house. de25-7t
FOR RENT Nicely fur. rooms, with
good board. 616 H stow. de26-3t-em
WANTED -Carpets and nigs to clean;
colors rcotorcd equal to new by our
anteed. Address W. D. MUNDAY. 713
Md. ave. nc. ,de31-ltn
Wjtt; "re not "ijign livers ' in utl rejteets
as we sell the finest custom-made suits
nnd overcoats the "least bit worn" at
price that for lowness are Individual.
JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619 D St. nw
DR. CBA8. H.DAVIS has so far
recovered fruin Dis long lilne&s as to be
able to attend to patients, and will be
pleased to see them again. DAV1H 4 HON.
Dentists. 1108 N. Y. ave. nw.; CUA8. H.
DAVIS, D.D.8.;L.F.DAVIB,M.D..D.D. 8.
FOR A.D03PTION A handsome,
liealtuy baby girl to rcsiiectabtc party.
Inautre i 4in si. ne- tif-u-v
CO T, COAL- Buy coal ond wood at
iuruud K sts. se., at tkc dump, and save
20 to 25 i.cr ton. Telephone 742 Call me
un. L. J.GODFItEr. de29-3t
PERSONAl-WaMnnston. D. C Oct.
&. 1 6l)V Ibave used Crump's Tonic
Tor Inllgestlon and Cocstlpalion and have
lieen greatly benefiteil. Within two months
I gained over 25 pounds In flesh. MYKON
Uen Bolt" five rents.
KCII. U24 Seventh nU. dec2t-10t
T.jiTtTElS needing confidential treat
nrtLc A safe and sure relict la all
female trouble, etamtlpntion. Irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, ipiura hnblt. fistula,
etc Separate lmims for patients tierore
sod during confliM-ment. nnd find homes
for infants if required. fltricll roaf idea
ted. ilKB. DR. KENNEIi. 16 Fourth sc
tie. near E Cuoltnl M.. WakUlcgttiu. D.C.
DR. I'AILOB. "06 F u dvt, matt
fuji wu ot tetdi for $B; latisfactlos
ruaranteed: teeth extracted without p3la:
rota run or. i: amaiznm. oue. ewu
it., carpec inline, felts, fire bnclc and
rlaT. astiestos. paints, brush" llme.cement,
SlOO revvunllor a mm or i j epepsia or
llliilgeseion iliac cannot dc cureu vvilu
Crump's Tonlo of Fruit and Spices. A
delicious nnd Invigorating tonic. The
most ri-markable remedy ever discovered
for stomach troubles. Quick acting. The
good effects are felt from the first bottle
CRUMP M'F'O Co- 603 F st. nw. .
Wilk ecologies io Ihe Ncs Tori World.
461 Missouri Avenue, dell-3m
TV AX TE D ROOMS.
WANTED-Three unfurnished rooms
for light housekeeping; three adults;
state price. Address 2. II. A., this office.
WANTED-Rooms for single dentist.
Call personally, 019 13th st. nw. It
WANTED-3 or 4 unfur. rooms for
light housekeeping; 3 adults; state
price. Address C. S., this office. dc29-3t
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN.
WONEV TO LOAN-In 1 largo sums,
or as low- as $1,000, at 6 and 0 pet
rent on B. O. real estate: also 250, $300.
(7B0. etc.. at 6 per cent. WU. H. SAUN
DERS A CO.. 1407 F st. nw tt
UONEV to lotn at 0 ana o per cent,
on District cf Columbia realty: no delay
tf security is satisfactory.
WALTER U ACKEB. 704 14ln aw.
WANTED The Joan of $8,000 oaflrst
ctass uisidd nropsrty: no agents. 70S
I9th st. 12 tt
MONEY TO IO AN All classes ot
real estate loans nmoa with promprceM
st curenr rates -THE UcLACHLEN ItEAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMi'ANT. cor
rer ltith and O stroeu nw. mt-tf
WE take as collateral any listed stock or
bond in any city of the United States:
also old line lite Insurance policies,
syndicate certificates, warehouse re
ceipts, real estate mortages, and trusts.
I'EUKES & EAKEK, 40 to 46 Metzerott
Tt. fC. FTII,TON;s Jxnn riffle. 1218
Pa. ave. nw. Established In 1870.
4toney loaned onwatches. diamonds. Jew
elry. silverware, eta. Special bargains-la
watches. Jewelry, and silverwnxs. au20 6ta
FOR SALE-MlSCF.iNEO'cS "
FOR HALE Indian game stnggs S2.
worth 5. J. E., this office. dccJl-2t
FOR SALE-ColfTfonr 'years "bloT1
sound; suitable for trnni work: iu
at stable, 17th St., between E nnl F sts.
FOR SALE Cook stov in good con-'
Hillnn' J Rl tt InlM n tnr 704
Oil ion; $40 it taken at once.
fM t. n
FOR SALE Hotel: farnitiede6rnihtet
ttiui lease; rucu juuuj, jiuiiwi, 1.1,.,-iv
room, dining rcom, and -complete, catcnt
taclied; stable In rear ,eay terms to nu'ck
purcliaEer; house full ofgocsts: ft. A.,
Ulis office. dcc20-2t;eni
FOR S A.LE An olit esiabriStirttorrber
shop; w. Address SHOP B ,tW. office.
FOR SI-E-AnoUlUbilplIf'WiyTEp-SIx union c-aipciiters. Con
fctaml: cowl irade. AdUresI'0UI-TUY. tniiloii Hull. lt
c-rvTiK a T.-ii". Orocervstore:corl3thand
FOR SALE A large filter of sufficient,
capacity 10 filter all the water needed
in an apirtment hoiL-e.small lioteL laundry,
bakery, or otrcr enterprise watfrJnii'a'InTge
amount of clear water. Apply at 1128
15th st. nw. dn28-if
OKGANS. SSS TJI,-' '
SI DOWN, SX WEEK.
$1 down and 41 weeif Tr any
organ la stock. .vlrenUx. retmcedl
prices. Organs from --up- ties:
standard ruakrs. - -.
F. O. SMITH. 1225 Pa- are. nw.
1'IANOS ,U(1) OltUANU.
t ' l blTlS
Orgaim from $24.50. rinnox from
S115 oi. CuIi or niy tuuntlily Imy
tneuts. 1 tt 1, m i
XV. Tl. SUOEMAK15H SON.
ftol-30t 422 Ninth street.
FOR SALE Dent mate ot luculmtor
Droouers aivi .ivsu Ki?si vis..
htvI tLfn thn fRrnlhjvtf,r4 lu Wnrkm urdei
Schmld's Dird aad Fee Animal Stores, 71 J
M I8CELT, ANEOCSL
nunu. House Aauns lor euti ina
to omer. II. U. 1 Htl'I'E, u:Ki D sr. nw. it
SXO will enable you to master a pleasant
, occupation in a few eLljs.jVUirUi SCO,
to $100 a month to you anywhere. Address
l'LEASANT. thl office. de31- It
DR. AGUILBA goarannes work
ten years ami makes-ahsoltrteiypnin-"
les extraction or no charge. 519 13th
at. nw. . de20-3t
CANCERS cureet witnoutttio knifes
ample references. Sanitarium. 1320
O it. nw. CUABLE3 ALLEN, 11. D.
jngT KtCKIVED Une tot yuung m
ban paim'J". guaranteed to talk; also
monkeys, canaries, mucking, birds, gold
flh. dogs, and facjy pigeons. BCUMID'S,
712 12lli ki- uw. branch 1221 Fa-.
GTJNS. Kllle. Revolvers. loaiUoic tuois.
liuuters' n outfits, watches. Jewelry,
rultars. violins, banjos, mandolins, at about
on- ualf tegular Healers' prices at FAWN
Mi til". So moo 1; nt. nu . ocl-Cino
FOR RENT S20.50, 339 First St.
ne., brick, 3 rooms, ail modern, im-
Firovements, $17.50, 414 First st. ne.,
rame. 8 rooms, all modern improvements;
S20.00.72 D st. ne., brick, 7 rooms, cellar;
nil modern improvements. SIMON CAIl
MODY. 400 First st. ne. de31-3t
FOR RENT 134 E st. nw.. 9 rooms
and cellar, a. m. I., hot water heat,
$30.50; 1219 I st. ne., 6 rooms and bath,
S15I0; 718 4th st. ce.. 6 rooms and bath,
S20.30: 6-room brick bouse. Brightwood
Park, S10.00. D. F. GROFF; 1107 I St.
FOR RENT 1616 B Rt. so.r 7-room
house; 10.00; key next door. d27-4t,em
FOR RENT 1238 Duiican st.Mic.7 7"
rooms all mod. Imps.; nearly oew?
315.30. JOHN W. MOKKIS, 014 F St.
STATION COliNER OF BlXTii AND S
In Effect rvoouibor 17. 1893.
X0.3O A. 3tt. PENNSYLVANIA LIM
1TED. Pulhuau Sleeping, Dlulng, Smok
ing, and Observation Cars, Uairbburg
to Chicago. Cincinnati, IndianapoUs. St.
Louis, Cleveland, and Toledo.- Buffet
parlor Car to Harnsburg
10.30A, ai, FASTLLNE-Punman
Buffet Parlor Car, to Unrrisburg. Par
lor and DiQlae Cars. HarrUaurg-" to
3.4O P. JM- CHttTAUO AND ST. LOUIS
EXrirESS-Pulliuan Buffet Parlor Car
10 Harrisburg. bleeping and Dlnlug Cars
Harrlsburg to St. Louis, Cincinnati. Louis
ville, and Chicago
.-iO -P. M. WESTERN EXFI5ESB
guuiuau .Bleep ns cjur ra ui cagp, and.
HarnsDurii waviw tuui var to
r.r in hl OjOuis. aua oieeoinf p;
1 rinAlnns 1 1
10.40 E, M. 1-AClFIC BXFBESa
pulhnan Bleepmg Car to Pittsburg.
'iSSeitV. loci hlagafai'ihV'aaiiyfS:
cept Sunday. .
10.30 A. M.forElinlraard Renora,
ctaily. except buuday. ForJVUllauispori
rtaily. 3.40 p. 111. 4"
TiOP. BLfor WniamspotLRDcaateit
fiSiraio, aud Niagara FallsTiaily. ?
cert Saturday, with Sleeping- Car 'frasD
Stoa to Buspeosion-Tlragertlat- uT
.JM. for Erie, CatI3nds-!cSat
Buffalo, and Niagara Falls
aally, bletplug CafViaWrhicton ttr u
For Philadelphia, Now-T-ork. ana tlio
4O0 P. BT. "CtmiRESSIONAL U1I
rrED' daily, all FarlotCars. with Dm.
Ing Car from BnllimoreHecularat 7.0S
Car from in 111 ma re., it cci
(Dining c;ari, 1 .u. o.vv,
Car), and ll.uo miiuiig tar "rom.V.'li:
mtngton) a. m,
is.40, 3:15. 4.20. t.40
and 11.3f p. m. On Sunday. 7.061
Trim iV t
. v.bu. v uu 11 no (Dinlnir
mlngton)a.m.. ls.ii. j.VoT
4 20, 6.40. 10.00, arel 11.35 p.-m. For
pnliaueipouv wiuj, run, j-urrss- .ou a.
2.01 and 5.40 p. m. daily. For Do-ton
without change, -.50 a.-m. -v-eek-daysv
and 3.15 p. m. dally. "J
For Baltimore, b.25. -.05. 7 20. 7.80. 9.00.
io oil, 10-30. 11 0I. nnd ll.ro n. m.
12.15, 12.45, 2.01, 3.10,3.40 (4.00 LiSi:
iWl. 4.20 4.36. 6 40. 6.05. G.40r 77l3.
isuvv, xw.aw, k.A-j, siLHi ix.,)o n. m,
( .. Kn r.dav. . .uo. .zu. u.uu. D.nr. 1 M-j,
11.00 R. m.. 12.18. 1.15. 2.01.-3.15, 3.4d
4 00 Llmltcdl. 4 20. 5.10. 8.05. 6.L
7.10, 10.00. 10 40rand 11.35 p.m.
ForFope'", Creek Line, 7.20 a. m. and 4.3S
p. m. dally, except Sunday.
For Annaiiolls, 7.20, 9U)0am.. 12.15 nod
-20 IJ.-.S- Ual'5'- ?5,Xi Sunday, boar
AUantlo Coast Lire,
....JB, - - y T -w
x.ui5js ror Elch-
m 'lampa, 4 an
8.46 p. m. dally.
ru. daily, Hichmonci
n. in. Week-days.
in Tax tin .-A7- sm
5745 a. m
Ha5S T.o'seoO ' O.lO.lO'llJ'gk B'0S',
n.4.1. t.vw, w uv,..iu,,i;,ni1 iv.uta.rn .
1-po. S-.1.- jJ-Vh'' ?,?&5!SWl,-?& 6.1a;
AccoiiimoUHllnnfiir Ouaniteo, 7.45 . ,
dally, and 4.25 p. . ra. week-days.
For Alexandria. 40 C.3S, .7.45, 8.40.
9 45. H'87. 11-50 Hv ro 42.80 l3ii
?i il.39 P. m. On bunday at 4.Sii V'iK
fi.-so, o.iov .-. uno710.i(J-l !
B.I.B. . -. w. uu iu.oj
Ticket ofnees, comeT'FlflecnftrorKl' b "
treets and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where, orders can boi left for lb
checking ot baggage to destination Irani
hotels and residences. ,
. Stl. ilanaffer- Ga Passenger A Kent. 1
HELP WANTED MALH.
Utlp fronted nnd i..uilicni Wanted
20 Words for 10?.
WANTED A book agent or canvasser
of novel. I w In call nt Room 19. 403
6th st. nw.. between 9 and 12. - Is
f'vV'A.NTED-A blacksmith's helper.
, "- .--o. uuKiiinuixi, u. c;.
WANTED- Neat.intelllgent white boy.
WANTED-Tito boys who can set type
Address 111 tandwriting. stating expert
ence at trade, IMilNTEB, uila office. Tt
WAKTED-A good farmer to taki
. '?rBeiVt Ptate near city: must under
stand trucking. Address J. E this omr
Trtr- 111 li-u . --'r'i
WANTED-To first-class barbers a
once, at t13 lsth nw. it
TO the- Four and Orphans Canvassing
agents wanted. We of rer special term!
10 me n,M,r nnn nmiinn. , n eti ... n .,...,
perate and industrious. Call or address W.
w. PILES. 4S6 C si. nw. item
'WAN MMSD Man to take charge axA
operate urtesiun well drill; must under
S!?,5,'1..,ne business. Address or apply u
Tl OMAS ELDElt,337 Fa.ave.nw.
WANTED-Uoy to set type; also stv
lienors to canvass for subscription and
Si-vV.r-t-.re1,J!"d CaU at NATIONAL
SENTINEL Olfice, COS 1-2 E St. nw.
WANTED-A young white man that
understands meat cutting. Call 1346 B
" ne- Item
'W-ANTED-Bir to set type. Apply
D1KLMAN, 919 9th st. se. - lt.etn
WANTED-Strong boy to feed foot
Pux AZ.thlsoffjce. Item
WANTED-A young man as waltej
in a iu-si-class ramiiy; best referencea
required. Address M. J., this off lea
stating age, color, nationality, etc
Iletp ira-ifed and Situations "iranfed
20 It'orgs for 10a
WANTE D -Girl forgeneral house worle
deSlfuTe $t- Ari"r 2457 P at" "
WANTED -Lady agents for the Hygela
Mig. ex)., to canvass this city; reference!
required. Address IL, this office.
WANTED-A woman well acquainted
, lu the Departments; elderly woman pre
ferred. Call 9 to 12. H. C. SAFFELL CO..
Stewart Bldg., 62 D st. nw. ii"'J-
WANTED-White laundress to go to
.Baltimore; fare paid; also an Infant's
nurse for city home; brine rets. 614 13Ui
st. nw. 21
WANTED-White cook, washer and
irouer; also a chambermaid and wait
ress for small private family; good home
and wages. 614 13th st. nw. It
WANTED-2 colored hotel chamber
maids and 1 scullion. Boom 2. 614
13th st. nw. n
WANTED-Colored cook, washer, an3
irouer. 14; small private family; also a
chambermaid and waitress; with references.
vi. ocu nw. is
"WANTED Two German girls by Ger
man family; one tocook.wasirandlron:
other as chambermaid and waitress. 611
13th nw. it
WANTED-White girl for general
. houseworkin family of two;goodhoma.
"WANTED Ladles to write at hemel
Inclose t cents for work, &c Address
XIMAN, this of tico. 1 1
"IViA.NTED Toung colored girl, from
U to 10, to ba generally useful. 014,
, 13thst. it
"WANTED A girl who understands
M.-ooklug, and do general work. 355 Pa.
ave. nw. de31-3t
WANTED-A young girl to do house- '
wort for family ot three; call between -
A (1 1? (,,ln-L- JAfl Vim. nvA t -or f
.. ... . .. HSfB, .w w ... iwe. ,., u.
WANTED-A girl to cook and do the
.bousowork in a small family; no wash
ing or ironing; must stay nights; refs. ra
qulred. Appl 724 7th St. nw. lt.em
WANTED-A strong, active colored
giri; mu-c oe a gooa cook, call before
11 or after 3 o'clock; bring refs. 634 I
"WANTED An apprentice to a dress
maker; must be a good sewer. Apply
Mrs. CLOW, 20 2d st. ne. de29-3t
MTTJATION "WANTED MALH.
,-Btlp IFanfed nnd Situations iranfed
20 Words for 10c.
WANTED-Bj married white man.
-place as 6exton of church, or driver; has
had experience with horses for 16 years
Address 0. E.F., this office. lt
WANTED-By young man. a position
as D. E. bookkeeper; good rets. Ad-
dress J. W. H..919 H st.nw. de31-3t
WANTED-Situation as coachman or
ouner, in private family, or driver
WANTED-Uy a student, a place to
wait, or oo other wort, for hn.int ntvi
mall salary; good references. Address
J. C. H . this olfice. - it
"WANTED Situation in store, dairy
or lunch room; thoroughly acquainted
with city: can influence trade; best retr
steady habits. COMPETENT, this office.
WANTED Employment, by a man,
educated, cultured, a lawyer, a carpen
ter, and equal to almost any emergency.
Address ELK, this office. Item
WANTED-By a married man, clerical
position in law, real estate, or other of
fice: experienced in court nnd departmental
work. Address JOHN, this office. Item
"WANTED By a young colored man, a
place as waiter or bellman, either
private or hotel; one year's experience in
running electric elevator; can give best
of city rets. Address R. A. W.. this office.
WANTED- By young man with experi
ence, position as hotel clerk, steward,
or storeroom keeper. Address R..B.,
care ot this office. dc30-2t
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Help Wanted and Situations iranfed
WANTED-Kj first-class washwoman,
washing and Ironing to take home; first
class city references. Call or address No. 1
ChesterCourt, bet. 13th and 14th nw. It
WANTED Position, by business wo
man; rapid and correct at figures; tins
-penman; stenography and typewriting. Ad
dress ACCURATE, thlsofflce. de31-2t
"WANTED-Situation, by an elderly
white womau.asgoodplalncook; wash
ing and ironing; good references. Call al
.911 27th st.nw. lt
A SETTLED refined lady wishes to
take charge of a doctor's parlors, or
clean offices, or keep bouse for a widower;
city references. Address MRS. JALK,
general delivery. It
WANTED-A white girl desires a
situation to assist around the housa
or chamber work. 20 Patterson St. ne.
DEPARTMENT. Stamps, all kinds
and any auantliy, bought and bizheit
1O05 7th st. nw.
& J && it