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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1894.
AUTUMN AND FALL SHOES
THAT'S BRINGING US TRADE
$3 00 Quality Ladies' Shoee 82.35
$3 'iO Quality Ladies' Shoes 2-iB
4 00 Bllty Ladies' Shoes. S.P0
00 Quality Ladles Sboee. 8J30
$b 00 Quality Ladies' Shoes. 4-66
Ladies' S2 Russia Calf Oxfords
Only 69 Cents Per Pair.
THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE,
GEO. W. RICH.
919 F STREET,
Remember attwtoer. a we have m ucneh
I Own Your
I Own Home.
East Washington Heights.
healthiest suburb of Wash
) inton. Seweraie, Water,
? and Gas Mains now Ue!n
put In. Ample school facIH-
ties. Situated on the Pa.Ave.
I extension across the Esi-
ern Branch. Choice Lots
, sold on the easiest terms.
v Money advanced to be! Id.
Lont Mrae credit fivea.
Apply on trounds to OVER-
Attend to It for You.
Vltta iinnnilW m4t U WW
uml ftiwnff mt and lanflili iBT I
mW te flnu niortrapea or Jht oenrt
tiee; ttAUtrtiBM reutm. itttortM, dlM .
and income frftUr d ma
general confidential iceuuilAnucW
American Security and
Trust Co., 1405 G St. N. W.
C. 3. BELL, President.
Two Good Ideas
First, put aside a certain portion
of your earnings each muutb.
Then deposit these amounts at 4
per cent interest with
The Union Savings Bank,
1222 FSt N.W.
;i j.. n until 5 p m. on Government pay days
ar. Saturday e veuinga trotn 6i) a8-U
SILSBY I GOMPRNY
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
METMOPOLITAX BANK BUILDING.
Fifteenth street, opposite Treasury.
MCNFY TO LOAN ON (OOD COLLATERAL.
tLNXKAL NATIONAL BANK BUILDING,
Comer 7th 1st. and Pa. Are.
Telephone, iM. mhlMy
Cor. 7th St. and La. Ave. N. W.
SECURE! SAFE!. PROMPT!
Why Don't You Insure
CASH CAPITAi AND SURPLUS - SJO9.000
v V Wifeon. President; E G Ials, Vfc
T't-flent; Directors A. A. WUaoti. E. G. Davis,
, 1 1 1 :n J W ilaun. Frank Hume. Jam Kedf t,
1 J.utx, Dontev Clafien, H. C. llcCauley. C. C
lit LMn.stm, W J Hoffman, "-amuel E Wheat-!.-.,
hurlen U. Hcklin;, and JoAl M. Waters
i V Howard. Secretary. K. m. Maaard, As
e iBTaiiT sTary. . auRls-U
"lT sHLNGION MORIXiAGE LOAN COM
f j any, ill lnd you SW and upward on furni-tu'-c,
jnanos,horseb, 'wagons, &c;oo publicity and
pr"'pt-rty to remain in your undisturbed poaeea
BiOL, 'ans paid in part or in full at any time to
euit lbeooneaie&oeot the borrower, and any
r art paid reduces tbe cost of carrying ttie loan
ii proportion to tbe amount paid WASHING
nuN MOKTGAGi, LOAK OOMPAXY, 610 St.
l w Jel-Sm
BCONOAY IK GLOVBS.
Hints About Putting 'Ihcia On and Taking
Them Jff Iropcrly.
On tbe war gloves at put on at their first
wearing depends all their subr-eqneut career.
A 7 our pair of gleves oarefally donned at first
und tenderiv treated throughout their exist
cuw will never look very Wily. TIhj most
expensive gloves ever made put on earelesely
(i Dr.t will never look well and will soon
wr ar out,
New gloves should never lie put on in a
hurry. They should be pressei and pulled
iut i position tu a leisurely fashion. Itoforo
lgiuning operations a little powder should
I r dutd into th gloves. lor this will peimit
thom to slip on easily. Tbe flugere should be
artfully pulled on, with the seams straight,
be ore the thumb is inserted into its pocket
Thou the thumb should be smoothed ou grsd
tiruiv the second button and those aboe tbe
e . r.nd should then be buttoned. The first
one should always be fastened last.
When tbe hands are warm the gloves should
be drawn wrong side out when they are re
moved, tbeu they should be pulled carefully
into shape aaa aired liar an hour or two.
"The Times" Will Move.
In the ootwse of a few days the office of The
Tjmfs will be moved to the new building at the
Suathwest corner of Pennsylvania avenue and
Truth street. The entire IttiUding has been
l-aetty Thk Times and is now toeing fltted up
witl all improvements and conveniences for the
palllmtion of a modern newspaper.
.Vo One in Washington
who rides a wheel, man or woman, should fall
t secure a copy of nest Sunday's Tixks.
JiM Perea's Slayer,
He had plenty of gold and the love of a
beautiful maiden. If lie could only forget.
s, forget that be had killed his fHther. He
could forget it if it was not for that strange
whirring sound like tbe flapping of wines
that constantly haunted blm. Ho first heard
it just as he struob the fatal "blow, and since
then it bad sever eeasod day or night
What was that! Surely not the wind. And
if it was not, -why should "Leonard Perea be
afraid of a souni? He who hHd faced wild
1 1'js't and fought Indians. But he turned
oer la bed and pulled the clothes over his
head to keep .away the sound. That awful
Eound that first whirred like a flock of pig.
oous, and 1oq died away, liko an infant's
-lam swreithadnethingto do with the
killing of the old Bas,',, said Leonard to him
self, but somehow the whole scene would
r iisrnsii s
BARGAINS FOR TO-DAY.
As advertised inTnE Times.
Tlio Warren Shoe House La dies' $2 Rus
sia Calf Oxford's only 69 cents a pair.
Jloore A. Lcdlng. Sou vcnlr Spoons.
Giosnn Plush or haircloth parlor suites
522.50; solid oak bed-room suites Sl.1:
splendid Iirusscls carpet 50 cent a yard.
I erd Frank. Infants' kid button shoes
20 cents; children's dongola button shoes
Kobtnoon, Chcry & Co. A good derby at
$2. etlters at S3 and SI.
R. M. Dobbins Jew olry at nil prices, cash
.Menu for To-morrow.
Oar Meal Mush.
M( Mh ae Toaat. Potatees a la Crema
Orafeaa Qmhs. Coffee.
See Sawn wUh Croutons.
Freek Mackerel Hollaudalae Sauco.
Masked Pttaioew. Stewod Corn.
aM Bap Want Tomato Salad.
Tatti mtti lee Cream.
Haaaeatnr Jelly Oake. Cheese.
rUd Ilam. Small Oyster Pie.
French Bread. Cream Caka
Sliced Peaches. Tea.
POUR VERY PROPER SUGGESTIONS.
When a fringed tublcclotb. Is used the nap
klas should also bo fringed.
Heiivy Euglish crepe is going out of use for
mourning, being replnced by the lighter
Tiny brushes and combs for the baby's cas
ket, usually seen in white or ivory celluloid,
are now shown in the most delicate shades of
pink and turquoise blue.
It is said ttmt black hosiery is at length
losing its hold on public favor, but it is very
unlikely that it will be entirely abandoned,
sinee no color looks so well with the black
boots and shoes ordinarily worn.
SO.ME COOL THINGS.
Those absurd little women of Japas beat
their Yankee cousins in eating frozen dainties
in the proportion of 10 to 1. The national
ice consists of sweet Deans served with hail
stones, and on a hot afternoon a Japanese
belle can devour a gross with relish. Another
frozen dessert that comes nearer being Ice
cream than any other delicacy is perfumed
snow. Sometimes the flavor is orange, citron,
almond or berry, but the flower scents are as
popular as vanilla and chocolate in this
To a pint of cream and a quart of milk al
low two tablespoon fuls of corn starch, a
tablespoonful of gelatine, a cupful and a half
of sugar, throe eggs, two cupfuls of finely
chopped figs, and a tablespoonful of vanilla.
Place tbe milk in a doublo boiler, reserving
half a cupful in whieh to mix the corn starch.
The whole makes flg ice cream, and It's de
licious. Frosted peaches make a pretty dish and are
easily prepared. Take twelve nice-looking
peaches and with a coarse cloth rub off the
fuzz, then roil them in powdered sugar and
set them carefully in a sheet of white paper
on a waiter and put in the sun. When they
are half dry roll again in the sucar and ex
pose them again to the sun until the sugar is
quite hard, and then put in the refrigerator
until ready to serve.
Let Them Eat.
Editor Times: I think your correspondent
does know what he is talking about, and I
will bet any mother a new dress he is a good
God bless the fatherand mother who will
not starve their children. Il)ae four, and I
often get up at 10, 1.2, and 3 o'clock and gie
them broad and butter and a drink of water.
Then they go right off to sleep. Why do they
ask? Because they are hungry. Hunger
I have as healthy children as any. Next
door is a mother with four children, who act
as if they werelialf starvedall tbe time. They
say their mother will not let them eat as much
as they want, and their little pinched faces
tell the truth.
The doctor is never at my house, but it
seems as if he is next door all" the time. Let
your children eat, my dear mother and father.
.Medicine for Cupid.
Here is an old-fashioned cure for love which
is said to be infallible: Take twelve ounces of
dislike, one pound of resolution, two grains
of common sense, two ounces of experience,
a large sprig of time, three quarts of the cool
ing Avater of consideration: set them oer the
fire of love, sweeten with the sugar of forget
fulness, skim with the spcon of melancholy,
and put into the bottom of jour heart. Cork
it with the cork of a clear conscience, and
you will quickly find ease and be restored to
your senses again. These things can be had
of the apothecary at tbo house of understand
ing, noxt door to renon. on Trudence street,
in the village of Contentment,
Apple and Peach Meringue Pie.
Stew the apples and peaches and sweeten
to taste. Mash smooth and season with nut
meg. Fill the crusts and hake until just
done. Put on no top crust. Take the whites
of three eggs for each pie and whip to stiff
froth and sweeten with three tablespoonfuls
of powdered sugar. Flavor with vanilla.
Heat until it will stand alone, then spread it
on the pie one-half to one inch thick. Set it
back into the oven until tho meringue is well
"set." Eat cold.
A Poached Ej;g Dish.
A dish has been designed by a London Arm
for the exclusive purpose of holding poached
eggs. It is so arranged that it just holds a
poached egg without breaking it; tho lid
keeps it hot until it is actually wanted for
consumption, and tho long-handled movable
come up before him. Again he was riding
along the road to see tho father ho had de
serted years ago. He was not going because
he wanted to see the good old mnn, but be
cause te wanted money. Money he must have
at any cost It was long past midnight when
he knocked at tLo door and his father camo
out to greet him. His father was glad to see
him, Leonard remembers distinctly, and when
he asked Tor money took out a bag and gave
him a good quantity of gold.
But it was not enough he must have it all.
It was such an easy thing to do. Only a
thrust with tho knife as the old man turned
to go bacic into tho house after- bidding him
farewell and the gold was his. But whit was
that whirring sound? Tho -village was in
darkness, but it followed him as he sped down
the street to his horse aud kept near him as
he flow over the country, farther and farther
away from his crime. No, he never got away
from it The sound was always with him.
Ugh! There it was again, and Leonard
pulled tho blankets overhU head.
MornlDg came. But the whirring sound
came with it At night it was nearer than in
the daytime, hut it never ceased.
dish is easily lifted from the frnmo by each
person at the breakfast tablo, and the poached
egg placed quickly and conveniently upon the
Combined with the poached-egg recoptacles
are a toast rack and a butter dish and a salt
cellar, so that the now dish is as completo as
it is novel and tasteful. 'Iho dish is made in
various sizes, with slight variations In tbe po
sition of tho toast rack, Ac, aud to hold from
one to four poached eggs.
FOUR OTES OX TOILET ECONOMY.
Laco woven stockings in white and dolicata
tints may bo cleaned withhunxine or naphtha
instoad of by tho ordinary process or wash
ing. Thov should bo turned fusido out,
shaken free from dust, laid flat iu a dish, and
coored with the fluid. Aftur a violent stirr
ing, they should be laid, the other side down,
la cleun naphtha. Then they shouhl be hung
in tho air until all odor disappears.
Soiled white canvas or kid shoes may bo
cleaned by rubbing with dry pipeclay applied
with a stiff brush. They may ate be rubbed
clean with deodorized benaine, followed by
an application or pipeclay.
If white dresses, either cotton, linen,
woolen or silk, are laid away without proper
wrapping, they will become yellow. They
should be done up in blue tissue ntper and
then in a sheet or coarse muslin eiotu of some
Leather boots, bolts or bags that have- been
wet or soaked into a state of hardness or stiff
ness may be softened by rubbing plentifully
with coal oil.
rOUR LP TO DATE IDEAS OF DRESS.
In brown and black cock's plumes are par
ticularly styliah on all tints of straw and
later on felt The latest shapes form a per
fect circle as each part of the feather curves
Plain white handkerchiefs are in tho best
taste, the more chaste the better to suit re
fined women. There is nothing prettier for
common use or second best than a flno linen
with narrow hemstitched border, decoratsd in
delicate hand embroidery.
Waists with jacket effects are shown with
full vests of plaited spangled net Some of
these extended from tho neck, while others
aro hung on a square yoke of lace. Circular
ruffles of net and chiffon, elaborately spangled
in a design, used on tho skirts, with a tiny
box plaited niche of net to piuk the top ou a
tiny band of bancles servos this purpose.
These nets aro sold by the yard, and may bo
had in any of the fashionable colore.
Jet belts are very dressy for wear with silk
Novelties in Needlework.
The novel appliques for linen are becoming
extremely popular, giving a wonderfully
good effect at the expense of remarkably
little time and trouble. The latest idea is to
use them upon either silk or satin, and to
cover them closelv with stitches of colored
Tussah silk, in its natural brownish hue, is
just now being turned to account for bed
spreads. It is embroidered with silk of tho
same color, and looks particularly well when
bordered with a frill of soft silk, blue, vieux
rose or green.
Among tbe latest noveltlos for ornamenting
sachets of silk or satin aro llowors, butterflies,
and othor devices made in lace. These are
aopliqued lightly to the satin, but are not en
tirely covered "with embroidery otitchas.
They look pretty also upon photograph
frames covereil with velvet or plush.
Cut-work continues popular for edging
doilies and toilet sets. It ii closely filled in
with stitches of colored silks, and Is often
outlined with washing gold thread.
Plates That Play Waltzes.
An American lady living in London has
lately received aunost original wedding pres
ent, consisting of a musical dinner service.
Each plate commences to play a tuno when
placed on tho table, so that the great diffi
culty is to place every plate exactly at tho
same moment on the board, or else tho dis
cords are something indescribable. The soup
plates play marches, as at the beginning of
dinner the guests nre supposed to be serious;
tho other plates for different melodies, e.-wh
succeeding course becoming merrier until tho
dessert plates arrive, which only play the
maddest of dance music, the guests being
supposed now to have lost tbeir solemnity
and to bo of cheerful countenance.
Laid Up for Repairs.
His Mother What aro you moping around
the house for, Tommy? Why don't you go
over and play with Charley Pinafore?
Tommy 'Cause I played with Charley
Pinaforo"yesterday, and i" don't s'pose he's
well enough yet Chicago Record.
ANNEN On Thursday, August 30, IBM, Jons
P. Annex, holoved husband of EUzaDeth Annen
(noo Aschenbach), nged 30 years 2 months and 1
Funeral will take place from his late resi
dence, 1109 E street northwest, rsunday, Septem
ber 2, at 3 p. m. Friends and relatives invited
BRAZIER At Hopkins, Mo., on August 26,
1891, Miss Grace E. Bkaziek, of Washington,
MCLAUGHLIN At Princess Anno notol, Vir-
inla Beach, Va , August 29, 1894, Hjikuv J. 31c
augiiux, of this city.
Funoral will take placo from the residence of
his sister. Mrs. JL E. Collins, 37 O street north
east, Saturday, September 1, at 4 p. in. Frlonds
and rolatlvcs are respectfully Invited to attend.
O'FLAHERTY Suddenly, at Providence Hos
pital, on Thursday, August 30, 1891, Maut E
Funeral from Costello & Collins" undertaking
rooms Saturday, September 1, at 8:30 a. m.
Requiem mass at St Aloyslus Church at 9.
Membors of the Junior Sodality aro respectfully
Invited to attend.
SHEAHAN On Thursday, August 80,1694, at
7:20 p.m.. MlCUAEi, Sueaiun, the beloved hus
band of Mary Sheahan, a native of Askcaton,
County Limerick, Ireland; also a resident of tho
District of Columbia for thtrty-ono yenrs.
Funeral from his lato residence. 1007 Twenty
sixth street northwest, to-day. at 8:30 a. m.
Mass at St Stephon's Church at 9 a. m. Friends
of tho family aro lespectfully invltea to attend.
Baltimore and Chicago papers please copy.
STERN On Thursday, August 30, 1694, at 2 p.
m.,at his residonce, 1310 Seventh street north
west, Emanuel Stekx, beloved husband of Molllo
Funeral Sunday morning, 9 o'clock. Balti
moro and Cumberland papers pleaso copy.
WEDDING On Thursday, August 0, 1894, at
3:10 p. m., John W. Wedding, beloved husband
of Georgia Wedding.
Relatives and friends respectfully Invited to
attend tho funeral, from hls late residenco, 7J8
I street southeast, Sunday, Septomber 2, at 1 p.
m. Interment at St. Barnabas, Prlnco George's
"I won't pay any attention to It to-day,"
fiuid Leonard to himself, as he went for his
breaj'iast. "I am sure it is nothing, and has
nothing to do with me."
Jt was a beautiful day and the pun had
nearly reached the zenith. Leonnrd threw
himself down on the ground In the shade of a
tree to got a little sleep that he haa been de
prived of in the night, but had scarcely
closed his eye
"Whir flap, flap whir."
Leonard felt a cold breeze fan his cheek as
he jumped to his feet, but there was nothing
near him. He was alone.
"Let me out of this; I don't wnnt the gold,"
and Leonard flung the bag of yellow coin out
of the window.
Over the hills and mountains ho sped, he
knew not where. But the sound was with
An awful crime had just been committed at
Ortiz. The wealthy Juan Perea. he whom
everybody liked, bad been found dead at bis
There is only ono thing that's as good
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nonder how we can afford to sell for one
price cash or crodlt Ave would answer
by saying that credit with us Is pure,
For anything known to modern house
keeping Tell us vrhat you want how
much you foul like paying ami howof ten
that's the whole tiling In a nutshell. No
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Are you rondy for the big Pythlun ou
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then come up and talk to us.
Guruey Refrigerators 30 sizes all
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Ilush or Haircloth Parlor Suite choice
Sulld Oak Hod Room Suite. $13.
bplouuld Brussels Carpet, 60c. por yard.
Italian! Ingrain Carpet. 35c. per yard.
All carpet made and laid fruo of cost.
No charge for waste Iu matching llg
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40-pound Hnlr Mattress, 7.
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own door, and there was no trace of the mur
derer. It was old Manuel, tho Indian, who found
tho body, and when ho gave the alnrm a
great superstitious fear seized all tho people
as they Hocked from the doors of their low
ubobe houses into the hot streets of the
Mexican village. Where was the murderer,
and who could he bo that would kill such a
good old man? And rob him, too. That was
the worst of It. And tbe people made up
their minds that no punishment was too se
vere to bo inflicted on the murderer when
they found him.
Yes, when they found him. It looked as if
they never would. There had been no
strancers seen in the village, and everybody
who lived there loved tho dead man too mucii
to oven hurt a hair of his head. As for old
Manuel, nobody thought for a moment of sus
There was no clue by which they could
work, and tbe officers who came up from
Guaymas went home again at the end of a
week weary of their useless task.
The trood padre who buried tho murdered
man out in the desolate gmvevud of sund
HOY ABOUT SEVENTEEN YEARS
"V old, in ofllco:
must write a good hand:
preference given to one with knowledge of short
hand and typewriting. Address Box -1, Times
T7"ANTED-THE ADDRESS OF A FEW 1N
Yt dustrlal insurance agents. Places for 2
It IMMEDIATE, this office.
"YTT' ANTED BOYS WITH BICYCLES TO
i carry routes in the northwest section of
tho city. Apply to 1715 Fourteenth street after
6 o'clock Monday evening. eel
JOB PRINGTINO PRESS WANTED-GIVE
style, size, condition, and cash price; must bo
bargain. Address F. H. GOSbON, 'takoma
Park, D. C sepl-lt
"VXTANTED-POSITION AS GOVERNESS TO
it teach young children tho English branches
and Instrumental music: give ref. If required.
Address Miss LOUISE COX, Bel-Alton, Charles
V7ANTED-F0UR YOUNG MEN TO CAN-
vais; steady employment. Apply 1S37 6th st.
ARE YOU A HEALTHY K. OFP-THEN IX
vestigato tho COUPON POLICY: pays cash.
au K-tf Warder Building.
TyANTED-ALL DEEU DRINKERS TO CALL
tl at Hush's new place, bl" 7th st nw , and
got a nice bottle of beer for 5 cents. nu.!l-lyr
T7 ANTED THE PUBUC TO KNOW THAT I
1 1 have opened a branch store with a full
linn of birds, cages, feed, aquariums, gold Ash,
and pet animals at l2l Pa. are.; main store, 71i
12th st n. w bCUMID. JeS5-3mo
QT. CECILIA'S ACADEMY, Ml
E. CAP. ST.,
U will reopen Sept.
4. Youug ladies and chil
dren not attending tbe academy are admitted
to the classes of art, n usic. typewriting, pho
nography, Latin, and French. auV7-lm
-VTORWOOD INSTITUTE A SELECT AND
X limited school for girls. 1435 K street nw.
Fronting on McPherson .Square, After August
15 Mrs. Cabell can be seon daily at tho above ad
dress letweeu tho hours of 10 a. in. und 1 p. in.
1864 Education for Real Life, 1894
For sous and Daughters. Tbe Sponcerian Bus
iness College, National Bank of tho Republic
building, cor. 7th and D nw. Day and night ses
sions SI'ENCERIAN, in the national capital
and throughout the country, Is a household word,
associated with thorough business training and
a prosperous career.
The thirtieth scholastic year of this popular
institution begins Monday, September, 3, 1691.
Five departments, viz.: Practical Business, in
cluding completo bookkeepiug course, English,
rapid calculations, rapid writing, moral and
social culture, Delsarte system of expression,
civics, political economy, and commercial law;
Practical English, with init atorr bookkeepi g;
Shorthand and Typewriting, including English;
Spencorlan Ranid Writing; Mechanical and
Architectural Drawing. Full corps of thoroughly j
iriiiucu iciicueru l.ia:uiiuu cuuLriii vim a uiimi
every business day and night on and after Mon
day, August 0. Write or ca 1 for u"W annual
ana urn-emem. JIRS SARA A. SPENCER,
auKWm Principal aud Proprietor.
Vmlvr the Ihreetion of the Fathers of the
Society of Jesus.
Classical and business courses of studies.
Schools will reopen nil Tuesday, ?ptember4
Coiitlje i'.lon for three froe scholarships August
S3. ). and 81. Open to nil. For particulars ad
dress REV. CORNEUl S GILLFSPIE. K. J.,
nuetMino Pre Idem and Treasurer.
1M1K MAS SCilOOL Or" ELEC1RICITY The
only liMtltutlou In the country vherc stu
dents are given a thoroughly pru tlc.tl uure
combined ith theoretical Instruction, so as to
oiiabio them, in one year, to intelligently handle
or install electrical apparatus and wirn g ..I all
leading typruof manufacture, 'iheloui years'
electrical engineering course of a unUctmty
(studies and hiehtr mathematic- excluded. E
' I 1 enirv M ., professor lec enplnt--iug Co-
liimbinn t nhersitj, nlso of physics. Joh'is llop
kins rnivcrsitj. will locturc Mindays and Frl-ila-j
of each weefc. Course opens October 1.
Close June 1 esslonn Moudny, Wodnrsday.,
and I'ridays, 0 to S p. m To ma, including
all toole, apparatus. lecture note books,
practical and tboietIcal iustructlou, and
diplomas. 550. CAN IT BE DONE? .V?K
TIH.SK WHO HANK DONE IT For de
tailed information, nrtdress L. D. BUSS. Princi
pal, Warder Buildlnr. au21-lm
NATIONAL KlNDriiGARTFNAND CHOOL
Oth -w,ur U,r'. Ana nt.(iilf,r 11. ftt 1fl!7
m-h st. Teaohert,' class Lesrms October 2. For
, nnrti.Milais annlr to Mrs IaiIMSK POLLOCK.
1017 10th at, or -MISS SI Ai 1" I'OLJ.Ut-l, H 11
T5UREAU OF CORRESPONDENCE. 611 7th ST.
jlJ nw., room 5. 2d Hoor; Imtors written on Iov
and busmess; literary works of every descrip
tion reviewed; terms reasonable; special rates
to unemployed S M. LONG aulb-lm
FOR SALE HOUSES.
"7ORSALE-20THST., BET CONN. AVE. AND
-L S st. n.w . opposite Senator awjer's. l-room
f ramo dwolllng; lot :x!K) f L Price, "S3.400.
au30-St A. S. CAYW OOD, J33 9th st n.w.
T?OR SLE DESIRABLE HOUSE AND LOT
J? ou II st. extended; will surely become a
business street; price only 61,000. WEsTCOTT,
WILCOX &. HlKslON, 19J7 Pa. ave. nw. au-JMit
Z Z T. Z . Z, .
It xutv "AiM 1UBU.I.MU nuMt. CALL,
on us land I see what wo can oiler you In Alex-
andria, n. We can sell you a pretty two-story
and cellar, six-room and bath, bay-vrindow brick
house, with 14 feet of parkiug in front of same,
fcr 31,930. Terms easy. Only three quares from
Pennsylvania Railroad station and Electric Line
of cars. WHEAT &SUTER,
aul9-2w 1505 Penn. ave.
Secure a Home
IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBL
On the Payment
For Information call at 471 C St. N. W. au3-lm
FOR SALE LOTS.
T?0R SALE LOT ON SHERIDAN ST. BET. 7TTI
JL? and 8th sts. n. w.; lot 25, square 9; lot 50x150
ft.; price per ft. 30c.
au30-3t A. S. CAYWOOD, 933 9th st n. w.
FOR SALE THE LEASE AND GOOD WILL
of livery, hiring, and boarding stable; 15
boarders; 12 livery horses; 36 stalls; room for 40
carriages; ono lC-passengor park phaeton. Ad
dress J. B. W., 714 E st. se. au29-7t
FOR SALE 0E EXCHANGE.
TjiOR SALE OR EXCHANGE DESIRABLE LOT
J? onVa.ave.and2dst.se., fronting 135 feet
by depth of nbcut C4 feet; splendid lot for
builder. For price and terms apply WEST
COTT, WILCOX & UIESTON, 1907 Pa. ave. nw.
FOE BENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT $31.50. NEW THREE-STORY; AND
cellar bricK building; One storo and sevon
rooms; 1323 H street northeast CHAS. G. RING
WALT, Atlantic Building, 930 F st NW. sel-St
?0RHENT $23 50; 1R31 Sni ST. NW., NEW 2
? story and basement brick; a. m I ; 8 rooms;
large back yard. CHAS. G.
lautic Building, 930 F st nw.
FOR RENT-523 50; 619 3D ST. NE., 8-STORY
and basement brick; 8 rooms; a. m. 1.; 90 ft
back yard. CHAS. G. RINGWALT, 930 F st nw.,
Atlantic Building. Bol-St
and cactus, where the sun was so hot it
cracked all tho wooden crosses, said a prayer
that the villinn might be brought to justice.
But he had little hopo that he would be
'He has disappeared so completely the
devil must bo protecting him." unid tho old
women" as they filed out through a broken
space in the crumbling wall that did duty as
a gate. "Poor old Juan is dead, and he who
murdered him is enjoying the bloodstained
gold he took from his pockets," is what they
thought as they slowly walked home after the
last sad words had been said. They passed
tho house where tho dead man had lived for
so many years, and shuddered when they saw
the dark spot on tho ground stained with
the blood of Juan that flowed from the
ghastly knife wound in his back.
A month passed, and poor old Juan was al
most forgotten. His house was still unten
anted. The padre had taken charge of It,
and regularly fed tho many animal pets that
Juan had taken such interest in. They
seemed to mourn the lossof their master more
than the people to whom he had eensogood.
The murderer was still unknown.
A Well-Served Dinner
Sharpens the appetite and makes the eating doubly enjoyable. We're fast building an
enviable reputation on the excellence or our dinners. Best of everything axqulsitaly
cooked and well served. o're making a specialty of early dinners from It a. m. to 2 p.
m. A splendid dinner for only SO cents. Late dinners, 50 cents. From 12 to 7. Yoacaa
not eat good meals and pay less for them anywhere.
HOTEL EMRICH, c E;;or.
Pennsylvania Avenue. Near Sixth Street Northwest.
k'ill i lii
CBSeo the Great Free Pony bhow Sunday.
THE LAST APPEARANCE
Morris' Educated Ponies
SEPT 2. SUNDAY SEPT Z
fTbe equine wonders of the world.lacluding
tho celebrated wrestling pony "Banner" and his
wrestler, John Hedge. The equine Llliputiaa
actors in a marvelous programme.
THE PENT2, Sunday at 10.-15 a. m., 2:t5 and
5:15 p. m. Tickets. 26 cents. Children 15 cents.
E. S. RANDALL, Sole Proprietor.
BRING IHE CHILDREN OUT NEXT
Saturday and see the great Pony
Show. Tickt5. 10 cents.
The Elegant Palace Steamer
Will leave next SATURDAY-, September 1, at9:15
e. m. and 1:45 p. m. for
Tho fare on these two trips Is 10 cents for every
body. On Saturday the pony show will be the
children's delight A performance will be given
at 3 o'clock, which will be incentive enough for
the mottnrs to bring the little ones out to see the
Lilliputian equlno show. The Pentz at 6:45 p.
in. for River View and Indian Head. Tickets
Jolly Fat Men,
Labor Day, Sept. 3.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN GOLD GIVEN LN
OPEN TO ALL RIDERS. au30-3t
Norfolk and Washington
Those desirous of spending a
day at the Ocean Resorts of
FORTRESS MONROE, VIRGINIA
BEACH, OR OCEAN VIEW,
with an opportunity of extend
ing the trip to Richmond if de
sired, will take the powerful new
I iron palace steamers Norfolk or
i Washington from the foot of
Seventh street daily at 7 p. m.,
for Fortress Monroe and Nor
folk, arriving at the former at
6:30, and at the latter at 7:30
next morning. Returning,
leaves Norfolk every evening at
6:10 and Fortress Monroe at
7-90 prrivincr in W?;hinP"tnn
' 'v-'' arriving in vv cUmngtun
next moming at 6:30 O ClOCk.
These trips, afford a delightful sail on the
Potomac River and Chesapeake Bay, and stve
an cpccrtuaity cf spending tha entire day at
the Summer lie3ort3 en the Ocean.
Eare, Esaud trip, during- tho Encampment,
fcr Pythians and Fansili'S, SI; fare one way
S2; statero-.ms at SI to S3 extra, each room
accoaaodatmg two people. Meals on the
European plan at city'prices.
Connections made at Eortress Monroe with
Chesapeako and Ohio Railway to and from
j Eichmond, Va. Fare, "Washington to Eich-
' mocd and return, with the privilege of stop
over in either direction at Fortress Monroe,
rickets on sale at 1351 Pennsylvania
avenue, 019 Pennsylvania avenue, 513
Pennvvivanin avenue, 1421 Pennsylvania
uvcntic. and 015 rirtecmh. street, or on
For nil other information inquire nt com
panv's office. Seventh street wharf. Tele
phone No. 750. JOHN CALLAHAN,
PEOPLE'S TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
Lady of the Lake.
Low rates to Salt Water,
Norfolk, Old Point
Colonial Beach, Including a trip to the Capes.
Round trin to Norfolk and Old Point iiOO
; Colonial Beach 75
TICKETS GOOD UNTIL USED.
The swift and commodious steamer Ladr of
I lho i refitted and lighted with electricity
i throughout, will leave her wharf, foot of Sixtn
,,-.,,, nr,rr smurrinr evenint? .it tao thin.
arriving at Old Point 7 a. m.. Norfolk at 8a.m.
Returning, leave Norfolk at 5 p. m. and Old
Point, b p. m., arriving in Washington 7.30 a.
m., stopping at Colonial Beach both ways, thus
affording her patrons ample time for salt water
bathing, fishing, sailing and crabbing.
Best meal for 50 cents of any steamer on tho
river. Sea food a specialty.
Tickets and staterooms can he proenred at
Beekman's ticket ofllco, 613 Pennsylvania ave.;
telephone call, 1181.
Office of the agent, Volney Eaton, 910 G st
n. w., telephone call, 132, and at the boat
CHOICE WTNES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
433 tloventh st nw.
TEW SECOND-HAND FANS OLD FANS
Bells and Burglar Alarms, etc, a specialty.
Terms reasonable. CORNWELL BROS. & CO.,
S42 E street northwest Jy3-tf
SPACE ISW.4G.R.K. CO.'S
"CENTRAL POWER STATION."
Steam power, electric light, and heat furnished.
Freight and passenger elevator service. Apply
at Room 3, first floor. Je24-tt
LEGAL BLANKS. LAW PRINTING.
THE LAW REPORTER COMPANY
Printers and Stationers.
518 Fifth t. n-w. M. W MOORE. Managen
TT7ARREN WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, VA.
T First-class in evory respect; seven different
waters; on top the mountains in the pines; one
mile from station: good boating, bathing, and
fishing. Rates reduced for fall nd winter
months to $4 and J6 per week. Special rates to
parties. Address C. W. CULLEN & SON, Buck
ton P. O., Va. aul9-lm
TTOTEL PITNEY. ATLANTIC CITY, N
JUL N. 1. ave.. bet Pacific and Beach; mod.
conv.; 1.50 to 92.50 per day; $7 to $12 per week.
HOTEL FLORIDA, PACIFIC. BET. N.Y. AND
Tenn. aves.; mod. conv.; $1.25 to 2 per day;
$7 to $10 per week: Sat to Mon.,$75. CHARLES
J. DENTLER. Jy24-tf
Far away from Ortiz, in a beautiful village
of the Siorra Madre. a young man had been
trying for weeks to forget something, trying
to convince himself that he had not com
mitted a great crim. "
Again ho was in the street before his fath
er's house. Oh, if the old man were only
alive, he could surely prevent the terrible
Somebody was coming, but Leonard hid in
a shadow until they passed. "Anyhow, they
don't know I did it," he thought.
"Whir, whir flap, flap."
This time it was closer than it had been bo
fore. Surely that was a dark form flying
through the air. "I'm not a bit frightened."
tho murderer thought, trembling in every
limb. The dark form in the air drew nearor
and nearer, and the flapping whirring sound
was fast and furious. "n.eep away, lljnds:
yelled Leonard, and he thought he saw a
dark, wicked form with cloven foot and
spiked tail. He covered his face with his
hands and screamed in agony. The dark
form cHme nearer. "Mercy, mercy!" he
howled. "Awful forms of darkness keop
To Visiting Pytblans
NJEW NATIONAL, ALL THIS WEEK.
V I R G I N I U S.
ALL THIS WEEK.
TUTLER'S NEW BIJOU THEATER;
First-class Attractions at popular Prices.
llata. Every. Tues., Thura.. & Sat
House Crowded at Each Performance.
& DARKEST RUSSIA.
Paul Kaovar.i ss.
WEEK1 UUI ,VUU,UI Ij Labor Day.
Direct From the Grand Opera House, New York.
ALBAUGH'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE. .
Edw. H. AUen Manager;
To-day at 2. To-night at 8:15.
Introducing Artists of International Reputation.
Tbe Perfect woman.
THE ORIGINAL LIVING PICTURES.
Week of Sept. 3 "Tho Passing Show."
Seats now on sale.
ACADEMY. Prices. 25c., 50c, 75a, and $1.
Every Evening, Wed. and Sat Matinees.
In conjunction with BILLY EMERSON.
Next Week CHARLES DICKSON. aoCS-tf
KERNAN'S LYCEUM THEATER.
AT.T. THIS MATINEE
WEEK. EVERY DAY.
BIG . BIG
An organization of refined artists.
Miss Clara Becfcwith, the Water Nyraph, la
the Summer Garden.
Next week The City Club Burlesque Co. It
SHRINERS AT THE BAT.
"WASHINGTON LEAGUE GEOUNDS.
Game called at 4:15 p. m.
Tickets, 30 cents; bleachers, 25 cents.
Under the Auspices of the
Labor Day Conference,
Labor Day, Sept. 3, '94.
Tickets 23 cents. Including; car fare and ad
mission to Grounds. Tickets can be had from
the different trades sad from committee. Mon
day morning, at corner of Thirty-second and
Pennsylvania avenue. Georgetown.
Monday, September 3.
Concert and Dancing. Music, Prfzo
Waltzing. Etc sel-3t
HISTORICAL AND MUSICAL SPECTACLE,
To be produced by
InnBs' Famous Band,
OF NEW YORK, ASSISTED BY
Washington Festival Chorus of 500 voices, under
direction of Prot N Du Shane Cloward. G. A. R.
Posts. Confederate Camps. District Mttltla, Fife
and Drum Corps, Bicycle Couriers, etc, to be
National Baseball Park,
Seventh Street and Boundary,
LABOR DAY, SEPTEMBER 3,
AT 2:30 AND 8 P.M.
Tickets, 50c; Children, 25c.
Grand Sacred Concert,
SUNDAY EVENING AT ALBAUGH'S,
GRAND SACRED CONCERT.
ALBAUGH'S, SUNDAY" EVE., SEPT, 2.
INNES FULL BAND,
Assisted by Miss Martha G. Miner (of New York)
Soprano Miss Louise En jel tof Pattl Co.), Alto.
Mr. C. C. Ferguson tof New York, Tenec Mr.
Bournan Ralston (of .hngland). Basso.
Tickets, 23c, 50c, 75c, $1. Reserved seats as
Albaugh's ticket office. au 31-3s
OLD DOMINION JOCKEY CLDB
on the grounds of the
Grange Camp Association of
Five races will be run each day. First rocs at
2.30 P. M.
Trains will leave Sixth Street Depot at 115
and 1.40 p.m. Returning at5.10 and 5. 10 p. nx.
Improper characters will not be admitted.
Admission - - N- 50 Cents.
GENTLEMEN'S DRIVING PARK POOLS
SOLD and BOOKING ON ALL RACINO
EVENTS. Trains leave B. and P depot at 9:43
and 11:50 a. m.. 12:50, 1:40, and 3 JO p. m. Fifteen
minutes to Alexandria D lying Park station,
near Alexandria, Va. C3Transportation re
funded to aU patrons. aul3-3m
FOE SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
AdtertitementsoffQHrUnts or lts$ instrtedur.
der thu heading on Ume, So ctnis; thru tinut, SO
cents: itttn tomes, $L
-17OR SALE I WILL SELL MY FINE SQUARE
JL piano, in good order, lor IbU.
CHARGED EMPLOYE, this office.
FOE SALE SUBURBAN.
Lots $30 to $30 cash or Installments; commuta
tion faro fi. cents. Has telegraph, post ode?,
church, store, and school. Excursions dally at
4.30 p. m. Circulars and tickets at office, 623 F
street nw. aug2S-ti
away! It was not I who killed him." Tha
flapping and whirring were close to him. and
Leonard could see a pair of dark wings
spread as if to enfold him. He struck out
with his hand and struggled wildly, but the
wing3 came closer and closor. He felt claws
scratching his face nnd heard wings beating
the air. Surely the devil had him.
A pain shot through his eyes, everything
grew black, and It seemed as if the flames of
hell were seething around him. He ceaspd
strucgling, fell to the ground, and lay still in
death. The next morning the people of Ortla
found him Jying in the same spot where his
father's dead body had been discovered. Tha
peoplo wore almost crazy with fear. Tho old
padre shook his head and crossed himself. Is
was while carrying the body into the house
that old Manuel noticed poor, murdered
Juan's pet black eagle, that had been missing
since he was killed, sitting on a wall near by.
His feathera were torn and ragged, and ha
seemed interested in what was going on. But,
of course, the eagle had nothing to do with,
the death of Leonard; at least, that is yfhut
the padre said. Chicago Timj.
War and Peace,"