TJ3EE WASHOTGTOK TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1S94.
There Never Was
a time before -when cash had the name
purchasing power that it lias now, es
Here we give- you shoes which sell
everywhere for S3 and $3.50 for only
Extraordinary Bargains To-day
Ladies' Button Shoes, sizes 1 to 354,
(which used to sell for $2 50 to Si 00),
THE WARRhTsHOE HOUSE,
GEO. W. RICH.
919 F STREET,
I Home Buyers
"rt ill find exceptional opportunl-
ties in home sites on East Wasb-
ington Hoighis. located on Pa.
"Ave extension hut a mile and a
quarter from Capitol groun Is.
fBiaonoy advanced to build on
long, easy "terms.
Thore is hut one Peerless Credit Sys
tem it's OURS and it is tho result of
almost thirty years of constant study
and experiment. Every distasteful
feature of credit buying has been
blotted out and to-day we are ready
to furnish your house for a slmplo
promise t pay not a note to sign not
a penny of interest.
Get what furniture and carpets you
need and pay us for them a Mule at a
time weekly or monthly asjou please.
Youli find our credit prices Just as
low and in many instances lower
than the cash prices in other stores.
"Vv e make and lay all carpet free of oost
no charge for waste in matching
Plush or Haircloth Parlor Suite
lid Oak Bed Hewn Suite, 818.
splendid Brussels Carpet, 50c. per
" Reliable Ingrain Carpet, 85c. per
All carpet made and laid free of
"No charge for waste in matching
klid Oak Extension Table, $8 50.
3u-Iouiid Hair Mattress, JT
W ov en Wire Springe, 1 To
S.W21-R37th Street Northwest,
Between II and I Streets.
Miss Maria Parloa
the use of
Extract of Beef
And she has written a
-which will bo sent free
on Application to
DaucbyA. Co.. 27 Park
Place, Xew lork.
What Is More AttraGtiVB
Than a pretty fa e with a fresh, bright com
(.txion' tor it use
FUNERAL PRICES REDUCED.
S. H. HINES.
I rdertaKer and Embalmer, Main Office, 2S03
M d HI fourteenth street northwest Branch
""cc "10 Foui-and-a-half street southwest
twenty years experience in the business, and
C a'-i liss-Rork Kuatanteed. Arrangetneuiauin
I I n ad- with us for funerals in any part of the
li ea 'mxhsi j.
o j v arnisuefl comn, wunoui class lis r
No 4 "Varniehed Collin, with glass 25 00
o D "V an.ished CasVet, with glass ..... 3500
No C arniBhed Casket, better grade. 45 60
No T Wark Cloth Oanket, with glass 55.00
No S Blm V. Clot n Casiet, with glass 0500
M. i ria'j. Cloth Caeket, with glat 7560
No iu Pla'L Cloth Caekot, with glass l50
Yitadic (. aekets furnished In proportion when
fleered It will cost you nothing to investigate
cur pru en. seiMSmo
When Edwari Barton asked Jack Kmgsley
If he would assist him in whining Eve Morri
son for his wife Jack mentally turned the
question over a few times, and as that effort
revealed no plausible reason why the request
could not be easily complied with, ho heartily
R6ured his friend that he would do tho best
he could for him.
A month later be began to wish he hadn't.
He hnd thought he know Eve pretty well,
for he had been a sort of self-appointed
bodj guard of hers during the twenty-one
y ars of. her existence, but in the beginning
cf that courtship, In which he was the con
necting link, he discovered certain elements
In Eve s character of which he had been hith
Lat' r on, arious phases of his own spir
itual and mental make-up that had previously
been but latent powors began to make them
selves alarmingly prominent, and he found
With dismav, that he was at that critical point
in the game playing with edged tools.
He lav awake all one night sympathizing
with I jmsoif for being so unfortunately placed
In such u predicament, and tho next morning
THE SHOPPERS' GUIDE.
Consult to-day's Times for full dotails.;
.Moore's Shoo Palace Cost prices on
Shoes to Celebrate the AnnPv ersary.
The Julius Lnnsburgh Furniture and
Carpet Co. 50 Pairs of Curtains at half
price to-day only. Bargains in pieco
Willctt & Ruofr Dunlap rifth-Ayenuo
Grogan Choice Plush or Haircloth Par
lor Suite, S22.50; Solid Oak Ucdroom Suite
Droop A. Sons E. Gablcr & Bro. andStein
vv ay Pianos.
Tames Y. Basis' Sons Stilish Tall Hats
from 75c. to SI; all good grades.
George Spransy Best a allien in new S10
Fall and Winter Suits in town.
Robinson, Chery A. Co. Knox, .Miller,
Dunlop, Voumans or Harrington hats at
S3. 00 w ith merely another name in them.
The Warren Shoe House Extraordinary
bargains in Shoes for S2.05 and SI. 50.
Erarich Beef Co. Special prices; goods
dclicred a nj where.
Thomas W. Rilc-v Pea coal S4.25 a ton.
R. M. Dobbins-Jewelry for cosh or
J. W. Botclcr A. Son Imported queens
iarc, china, and glass; best Mater filters.
S. Bicbcr Black claj suits for SI 5.
L. C. "Walil Liberty bicycles reduced
from Si 50 to S75.
Saks i-Companj Double-breasted sacks
atS7.50; worsted trousers at S3. 50.
Lnnsburgh A Brother Cucumber juice
soap at 7 cent;..
Wanamakcr . Brown S20 fall over
coats, full silk lined, at S13.50.
Johnston's Best Granulated Sugar, 5c.
Cracked wheat and cream.
Loin chops. Boiled eggs.
Hot rolls. Coffee.
Omelet with cheese.
Backed sweet potatoes.
Peaches and cream.
Cream of clam 60up.
Pot roast of beef, with vegetables.
Green corn. Celery.
Lemon meringue pie
Fruit Coffe. Cheese
Omelet with Cheese.
Fonr eggs, one-half cup of milk, one tea
spoonful Hour, a little parsley, pepper and
salt, one-half teacupful of grated cheese, one
iablespoonrul of butter. Beat the eggs very
light, and then add tho other ingredients.
Beat all well together, and pour into a p in
in which a large t.ible-poonful of butter is
heated. Let it cook till light brown, then
fold it oer and dish for tho table. Shake
the pan while the omelet is cooking. Must
be eaten as soon as removed.
, "The Times'" Fashion Hints.
A charming shopping gown of mingled
green and fawn novelty cloth and trimmed in
silk braid, either blick or green, is made in
the following way: The short, round waist is
close fitting and fastens under the left arm
and on tho shoulder. The braid is laid across
the bust, the stripes decreasing in size, until
it reaches the belt, where it ends in a point.
Large leg of mutton sleeves of tho materi.il
have the braid applied just below tho elbow
and reaching to the extreme edge of the cuffs.
The skirt, whicli Is of medium width, rather
full in tho back, has the same arrangement of
braid down the front of the dress, lending a
panel effect to ho skirt and giving a com
plete air to the whole dress.
TV nshington Stock Exchange.
Sales regular call 12 o'clock m. American
Security aud Trust, 5 at 13i Metropolitan Kail
road, 10 atU; 1 at 93:
Government bonds U S. 4s, registered, 114
bid 1145m asked. U. S. 4s, coupon, 115 hid.
L S 5s, 119J4 bid
District of Columbia Ponds 20-year fund.
5s. 103 bid. 30-ycar fund 6s, gold, 113
bid. VAater stock Ts, 1901, currenty, 114 bid.
Water slock 7s, 1903, currency, 115 bid 3 CHs,
fundiuc. currency, 114 hid. 2s, registered,
2-10s. 100 bid.
Miscellaneous Bonds Washington and George-
he went over to see Eve about it and learn
without rurther ado what Barton's fate was to
be. It was not an agreeable task. The diffi
dence with which she received all allusions to
his friend chilled tho ardor which he con
scientiously tried to infuse into tho lost cause,
and left him in doubt as to what were the
wiser course to pursue.
"So I suppose it is useless to urge his suit
further." he said at last, in tones of mingled
desp.iir and relief, at tho end of one of those
awkward periods of silence with which their
conversation had been interlarded that morn
ing. "Yes," sho answered, with emphasis, "it
He arose and walked to the window and
looked earnestly at the swiftly falling snow,
as if to gather therefrom an answer to an
other prooosition which her summary dis
missal of his former question had brought
forcibly before him.
"Iliad to do it, you know," ho said, going
back and looking down.it her imploringly.
"He asked me and I couldn't refuse. He has
ond wavs, but ho is a good fellow, on the
whole, Barton is. I'vo known him for jcars.
Wo were at school together. I'm sorrj you
couldn't liKO him; that is, sorry for his sake.
It'll bo pretty tough on him, for he had nmJe
up his mind to win you. lou're surejou've
thought tho matter over well. Eve, and could
never give linn a different nnswer?"
"ho," positively, "I couldn't. If ho were
the Grand Mogul himself I should bate him
just the same,"
town Railroad conv (is, 1st, 135 asked.
Washington and Georgetown Railroad conv.
bs, 2d, 135 asked Metropolitan Railroad conv.
Cs, 101 bid flelt Railroad b, 60 bid, 85
asked EU.iugton Railroad Os.'ttS bid nshing
ton Gas Company bs, series A. 118 bid. Washing
ton Gas Company Gs, Bories B, 114 bid Wnsh
iucton Gas Coinnany conv. Os, 130 bid.
U. S Electric Light couv. 5s. 124 hid.
Cheaspoake and Potomac telephone 5s, 99
bid, 103 asked American Socurity and Trust
5s, P. and A., 100 tid American beciiritj and
Trust 5s, A. and 0,100 bid. Washington Mar
ket Company 1st 6s, 105W bid Washington Mar
kotCompanj Imp Gs.IOjHS bid. Washington Mar
kot Company ext. fis. 105 bid. Mnsonlc Hall As
sociation 5a, 100 bid Washington Light Infantry
1st Gs. 102 hid. Washington Light Infantry 2d
7s, 102 bid.
national Bank Stocks Bank ot Washington,
800 bid, 330 n6ked Bank of tho Republic, 215
bid, 275 asked. Metropolitan. 2b0 bid. 297 asked
Central, 2S0 bid. 1 armors and Mechanics, 200
asked becond. 139 bid, 150 asked Citizens.
130 bid, 140 asked. Columbia, 137 bid, 150 asked.
Capital. 114 bid West End, 103 bid, 112 asked
Traders', 100 bid. Liucoln. 97 bid. Ohio, 80 asked.
Safe Deposit and lrust Companies National
Safo Deposit and Trust, 125 bid, 137 asked.
Washington Loan and Trust, 125 asked Ameri
can Security and Trust, 131. bid, 183 asked.
Washington S ifo Deposit, 100 asked.
RailroadStocks Washington and Georgetown,
2S0 hid, 310 nsked Metropolitan, 92 bid. 95 asked.
Columbia, 55 bid, 65 asked. Beit,27 bid Ecking
ton.SO bid. Georgetown and Teunallytown, L5
Gas and Eloctric Light Stocks Washington
Gas, 40 bid, 60!4 asked Georgetown Gas, 50 bid.
U. fa Electric Light, 124 bid, 120 askod
Insurance Stocks Firemen's. 45 nBked
Frinklln. 43 bid, 55 asked Metropolitan. 69
bid, 72 asked. Potomac,70 bid Arlington, 1G5
asked. Gorman-American, 1C0 bid. .National
Union, 10 bid. 14K asked Columbia. 13 bid,
15,; asked. Riggs, 7 bid. 7 asked Peoplo's,
6K bid. Lincoln, 7 bid. 8 asked. Commercial, 6
lelephono Stock Pennsylvania, 35 bid, 50
asked Chesapeake and Potomac 51 bid, 60
nskod American Graphophone, 3 bid, 0 asked.
Pneumatic Gun Carriage, "55 bid. 50 asked.
Miscellaneous btocks W ashington Market,
13 bid, 18 asked. Great Tails Ice, 135 bid. 150 asked.
Bull Run Panorama, 20 asked. Norfolk and
Washington Steamboat, 95 bid. Lincoln Ball, 100
New ork Stock Exchange.
Turnlshed by Silsby & Co . bankers and
brokers, Metropolitan Bank Building, Fifteenth
street, opposite Treasury, Washington, D C.
On Hlch Low Closing
American Tobacco 101 lOlfcj 101!4 101
Atchison, Topeka & S F.. 7 7 7 7
C a 0 3VV 39-! 89M 89-i
Canada southern 514 51 . 5I?J 51
Chesapeake & Ohio. 20J4 20H SOW 20W
CB. JsQuincy 75U 754 73 73?2
ChitagoGas 71 71 C9J6 '0
Del, Lack. &. Western..... 1714 172 17134 172
Dolaware & lludnon .. . 135J ViSM 135H, 1S5
Distillers & Cattle F'drs.. IMj, HM 10& 11
Denver and Rio Grande... 85t 55va 31 34
General Electric Co 40 SOW 39;... 394
Loulsvillo & Nashville.... 57 57t ST, 5&s
Lako Shore 1335g 13596 135J6 185Hi
Manhattan IIS 113 117 117
Missouri Pacific 29 29 2SW 23v2
Now England 33 S3Vj 82 32 $
Xorthwestorn 103 103i 1023J 103
Northern Pacific pfd lOfcl 15- ib 19
National Lead 40j 40 40 40
New ornCeutraL lOOfc! HVjy. 99 103
Omaha 33'fr Saff HbA 305
Ontario & AY estern. 17J4 17W 17 17
Pullman P C. Co 159 159 119 159
ReadlLg 21 21 sOJi 20j
Rock Island 61 Cli 00 61
Southern Pacific 20-1, 20JJ 20;g 20g
houtbern Railway 13H 43 4i 34
St PauL C514 C5 6i
Sugar Trust 90i Ms 'JIM M
Tennessee Coal &, Iron.... la 1SJ4 '.S 13
Union Pacific. 18.H, 13-38 U UJ
IT fa. Cordage 15 V) 1594 1534
estern Union ... . b9J4 59 SSJ4
v, abash jrelerrec1 15Vj I'jVJ 11 15
Mheel&LE. IM lin U HW
Richmond Terminal 19 19 lb 184
Baltimobe, Sept 21 Flour dull Western
superfine, I 70al 90, do extra, 2 00a2 35, do fam
ilv, Z50a2.70, winter wheat patent. 2Sj&3.00,
spring do , a50aS.6T receipts. 12 035 barrels
saipments, 17,91b barrels, sales, 130 barrels
Wheat dull and steady spot, 53o53 Septem
ber. 53aMVs; October. 53J6aM: Decomber.
5Ca5GJ4; May, 621 asked, steamer No 2 red,
EOHj receipts, 25,559 bushels, stock, 1,C07,U7'5
bushels, sales, 53,000 bushels, milling wheat by
sample, 51, Corn dull Bpot, 57, fceptombcr,
57, year, 52 asked receipts, 400 bushels, stock,
56,912 busho s, sales, CO.UX) bushels, Southern
white corn by sample. 62; Southern ye low corn
by sample, Clabi Oats quiet io 2 white
Western, 35o3jJ4; No 2 mixed Western,
&5b33J. rece.pts, 6 620 bushels; stock, 253,
107 bushels. Rye steady No 2,52a53 receipts,
100 bushels, stock, 15,379 bushels, liay steady
good to choice timothv, 5l2 00al3 00 Grain
freights quiet steam to Li vet pool, per quarter,
l&ttid Sugar firm granulated, 4 S2 per 100
pounds Butter firm fancy creameiy 24a25;
do imitation, 16a20, do ladle, 17alfa, good ladle,
15al6, store packed, 12al5 Eggs firm fresh,
17alb, cold storige, 16al6J4 Cheese firm fancy
Now York, 60 size, 11 J4; "do 35 size, 11; do 22
Look at This!
Best granulated sugars cents Our 33, 35, and
3S cent Java and Mocha coffees can't be be it
With 1 pound Thea-Nectar tea, 1 pound baking
powder, or 1 pound pepper, you get a handsome
special present. 'Ihe Great At antic nnd Pacific
lea Co , 531 and 503 7th sL; 16.0 14th St.; 3101 M
sL nw ; 815 II 6L ne Branches In all the mar
kets N. U Bowman, Manager.
BEALL On Sunday, September 23, 1891, Makt
R., eldest dauehtcr of the late George W. and
Marj Ann UealL
Funeral sen ices at West Street Vi esbyterian
Chapel to-day (luesday), September 25, 3 o clock
CARR On September 23. 1&94, at 2 10 a.m.,
F. nenl services from her late residence, 903 Q
street northwest, to-day (Tuesday) at 3 p m
Relatives and friends Invited.
CLEMEMb unfcunday, September 23, 1894, at
9 30 p m , atBoyds, Mo.,.Tfsme Eimcf, aged
twenty-one yenis seventeen days, youngest
daughter of John T nnd Mai yS Clements
Notice of funeral hen after
DU ROW On Sunday, Soptomber 23, 1S91, at
11 o'clock p m , Lccv E., daughter of A. and
S G Dutrow
Tuneral on Wednesday, September 2G, at 3
p m , at residence, 215 1 ifth street southeast
D'iKES in Washington, D C ,beptomber23,
1B91, of typhoid fover, Ame Mvy Dvkl", be
loved daughU r of the late James and Annie V
Dykes, in tho sixteenth vearot her age
Funeral fiom Tennillytowu Baptist Church rt
10 o'tlcck this (Tuesday! morning, faoptembor 25
HALL On Sundny, September 23, 1H91, at 1
a. m , IitFNr. youngest daughter of J L, Jr., and
Susie V Hall, aged two ears
LYNN On Saturday, September 22, 1891, at
7.30 p m , Ci AKENCb Douglass, infant son of
Joseph A. and Annie E Lynn, aged eleven
months and twentj-tvio days.
Interment at Middlebuig, Va., to-day (Tues
day), tho 25th instant
MAGRA'IH-On Sunday, September 23, 1694, at
5pm, Helen, infant daughter of D. Vv . and
Maggie Mngrath, aged ten months
Funeral at 1 p m , to-day (Tuesday), from hei
parents' residence, 451 O stieot northwest
McGLIRE On Sundaj, September 23, 1S91. at
There was another silence.
"Eve," and ho stepped nearer, "what would
you ay if I were to ask that question for my
self" Sho looked up. then, and with a laugh that
ended in a sob. said:
"Why, Jack Kingsley, I should say just
this: lhatjou are a greater goose than I
ever supposed you were, orjou would have
asked me that long ago instead of meddling
with other people's affairs and trjing to
marry me off to that lunatic. Oh, Jack, how
could jou be so dull?"
Jack haslilv waived nil reference to Ins
mental capacity, while he gathered tho little
woman in his arms aud vowed that he would
never make such a mistake again, an assur
ance which seemed to give them both an in
finite sense of satisfaction, from which they
were aroused some time later by the thought
of Barton, who was waiting impatiently at
Jack's rooms to learn what progress had been
made in the wooing.
"I am afraid of him. Jack," she said, anx
iously. "Ho has a revengeful nature. He
will think you were false to him. Send him
to me and let me explain it to him. Ho will
understand me and be more forgiving with
me than with you. I pity him through it all
and. wish I could have more respect for him.
I believe I could think better of him had ho
done his courting himself,rather than through
the agency of his friends "
Jack laughed at her fears and started away
to tell Barton tho ontnomn of tba morning's
TIME TO CALL A HALT.
Breakers Ahead for the American Han
Startling Estimates and Observations Mado
by a Distinguished Euro
A solidly-built man, pleasant of speech and
courteous of manner, vith an appearance of
such perfect health and contentment mat one
must regard him as a living te3timoniul of the
correctness of his own theory of therapeutics
such is Dr. 15. A. Walker, the noted special
ist in the treatment of diseases of the brain
and nervous system.
Dr. Walker was found in his office at No.
1411 Pennsylvaaia avenue, adjoining Willard's
notel, jestordav, and upon beinp: interrogated
regarding the alleged Increase of nervous dis
eases in the United States said:
"It is quite true that ueb diseases aro in
creasing at an alarming rate. There is no
question that neurasthenia, or nervous ex
haustion, is tho crowing maladj of tho day,
the physiological feature of the age. It is in
finitely worse in America than elsewhere. Tho
cramming process practiced in the schools,
tho exciting pleasure of social life, the shocks
and anxieties of business, the competitivo
zeal that enters oven into tho practice of
science, art, literature, and other professions
these aro amont: tho causes.
"Seven out of every ten people in tho
United States," continued the doctor, im
pressively, "are sufferers from affections of
tno nervous svstem. The majority of these
doubtless think thero Is nothing serious the
matter with thorn. Thoy feel languid and
dull, probably have headache and aio wake
ful at night, rising with a sense of fatigue in
the morning, but thoy are persuaded that
they will soon bo all right again. As a mat
ter of fact, they are surely drifting toward
the dreadful tortures incident to the mnny
diseases and svmptoins arising from an im
paired nervous sjstem dyspopsia, insomnia,
melancholia, neuralgia, spinal affections, in
flammation of the brain, paralysis, paresis,
locomotor ataxia, and so on. Indirectly, this
condition mav induce rheumatism, catarrh,
consumption, and many other diseases."
"Is j our treatment different from that of
the regular schools of medicine?"
"Essentially so. It is in advance of any of
tho methods now taught and practiced.
While a student I became convinced that the
great majority of diseases common to human
ity had their oncin primarily in disturbed
conditions of the nervous system. I de
veloped theories of my own and proceeded
to demonstrate their piacticability and valuo.
Por the past twenty years I have given my
entire attention to diseases of tho brain and
nervous system, pursuing my investigations
in all the leading hospitals of Europe and
America. As you are probably aware, the
uniform success of my method has excited
considerable wonder and comment. Cy it
many people have been cured who were
thought to be incurable, and thousands of
despairing sufferers have ben restored to
health, bnppiness, and lives of usefulness
after they had failed to get relief from any
Dr. Walker has a handsome suite of upart
meuts at 1411 Pennsylvania avenue, consist
ing of reception rooms, private offices, and
labratory. His office hours aro from 10 a. m. to
5 p. m., and yet he Undo time to make special
appointments with parties who Qnd those
hours inconvenient. Ho also personally con
ducts an extensive correspondence with pa
tients outside of the city, as he makes a
specialty of treatment by mall. Manj men
nre sufferers from nervous exhaustion, nerv
ous debility, impaired memory, low spirits,
irritable tempers, and the thousand and one
derangement? of tnind and body that result
from unnatural and pernicious habits con
tracted in youth through Ignorance, or later
excesses, resulting in a loss of manly power,
wrecked constitutions, nnd not infrequently
in softening of the brain, epilepsy, paralysi-,
and even dread insanity. To reach and re
claim such cases is one of Dr. Walker's aims,
and he has been the means of restoring hun
dreds of such unfortunates to health and
happiness. The doctor appears to take a
genuine interest in the good work he is do
ing, and bestows equal care and attention on
all cass that aro submitted to him.
C o'clock a m , Maktin, belovod husband of th,e
late Marcaret McOuire
Funeral from his late residence, 94G Twenty
sixth street northwest, to-day (Tuesday), ep
tcmherSo at 8 30 n m , thence to St. Stephens
Church, whore requiem mass will be cele rated
for repose of hiB souL Relatives and frlenda re
spectfullv Invited to attond
ME1ZGEK Sunday morning. September 23,
1894, at Poolesville, Montgomery county, VId ,
Harriet MFTZGFit. relict of William Metzcer and
mother of Millard nnd Percy Metzger, of this
city, in the eighty-fourth year of her age
rront Royal, a., papers pleoso copj
SULLIVAN On Monday, September 24,1891,
6 10 am, after a long aud painful illness,
Thomas F. Sni t :va, beloved husband of Annie
L Sullivan and sou of Joseph aud the late hliza
Sullivan, aged thirty-four j ears, at hla residence,
120 B street northwest.
Funeral notice hereafter
TAYLOft On Sundn , Soptomber23, 1S91, at 8
p m , JOHN X mikes, beloved son of Cant. W F
and Jennie Taj lor, aged eight years and four
Mineral will take place on Wednesday at 2
p m from his patents residence, 827 lour-and-n-half
street southwest Relatives and mends
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Will Turnish You Ono at a Special Price
"What luck?" the latter asked when Jack
entered, grasping his arm nervously.
Filled with his own happiness, Kingsley
had thought to make tho result known in a
manner that would wound as little as possi
ble, but the man's excited air throw him oil
his guaid and he answered, abruptly
"Its no use, Barton, the gamo is up with
Barton sank helplessly into tho nearest
chair and looked at Jack as if seeking fur
ther confirmation or denial of the statement.
"I did the best I could, old man." Jaok
went on hurriedly. "I urged your cause as
fervently as though it were my own, but sho
said 'no,' and then " he paused a moment,
then added frankly, "And then I tried my
own luck and was accopted."
Barton sprung to his feet with a gro in,
but. instead of making tho further violent
demonstration which Jack had expected and
for whu h he bad tried to be prepared, tho
man calmed himself and said quietly.
"I might have known it. She couldn t bo
expected to caro for me. Still I had hope.
You aro not to be blamed, Kingsley, I sup
pose, but I think you might have told me you
wore in the race, too, and not played fast and
looso with mo this way."
"Upon my honor, Barton, I never tried to
win her until to-day. You seo, I've known
Eve all my life and 1 didn't know I cared any
thing in particular for her until I commenced
this courtship fory ou, then Ilearned just how
dear she is to mo." But I was truoto myprom-
New York Ave,, Bet, 13th and
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A few more of those Solid Oak,
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PETS, Art Squnres, Hugs, Jlattincs,
Linoleums, Oil Cloths, etc., ready for
Furniture ard Carpet Go,
WANTED POLICEMEN AND FRIENDS IN
terested in "limes" viatch coutest learn
something to your advantage at Room 33, Warder
Building, 9th and F sts. m 5-tf
WANTED THE NAMES AND ADDRESSES
of nil the persona who witnessed the acci
dent which occurred to a lady while chancing
cars at tho Peace Monument on Thursday ev eu
inc. Sept 20, 1?M Address Mrs. MARY CON
NER, 414 10th st ae. se23t
WANTED-TO BUY A GOOD PACING BUT
tor and milk route, must be cheap for
Address J. W , this offlce. se25-3t
VXJ ANTED WHITE GIHL TO TAKE CARE
IT of children in smaU family.
se23-3t 331 F st ne
"VTTANTED AN EXPERIENCED NURSE FOR
i T ladies would like a few more engage
ments. Best of references given. Call or write
727 N Cap st. se23-7t
WANTED ALL BEEH DRINKERS TO CALL
at Bush's new place, 817 7th st, nw , and
get a nice cold bottle of beer for 5 cents.
WANTED THE PUBLIC TO KNOW THAT I
have opened a branch store w Ith a full
lino of birds, cages, feed, aquarium, gold flth,
and pet animals at 1221 Pa. ave ; main store, 712
12th st. n. w SCUMID le25-Smo
HOTFL PITNEY, ATLANTIC CITY. N J
N Y ave.. bet. Paciilc and Beach; mod.
ronv.; $1 50 to 62.50 per day; $7 to $12 per week.
HOTEL FLORIDA, PACIFIC, BET N Y. AND
Tenn. ave.; mod. conv ; SI 25 to $2 per day;
$7 to $'0 per week; fcat. to Mon ,$2.75. CHARLEa
LOST 0E FOUND
LOST AN ENGLISH BULLDOG; WHITE,
with black spots on his head and short tail;
when bst seen was following a huge ou Penn
sylvania nve , near 15th st , tag No 25i Finder
will idnase return him to 925 D st. nw. nnd re
ceive liberal reward. se24-3t
FOE SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SLE A COMPLFTE SET OF BRIT -nica
Lntvi'lopttdla, ent rely new. cost 32.50,
will soil for 20, o vols.; cloth. Address BOOKS,
this office se23-3t
FABUS FOB SALS.
GARDEN TARMS ON RIER, NEAR CITY
and railroad, sold on $5 monthly payments;
advantages unsurpassod Apply to GEOK0.E T
MLLVIN, Annapolia, Aid. y3-eod 3mo
TRUSTrES' bALE OF HOI SE AND LOT IN
HILLbDALE, D. C, BRRY FARM SUB
By virtue of a certain deed of trust bearing
date the 2lth day of iseptmnber, 1S92, and duly
recorded in liber 1743, folio 123 et sen , oue of the
laud records of the Dlstucl of Columbia, and at
the reTueat of the holder of tho notes secured
therobj, we shall offer for sale at public auction
in front of the premises on WEDNEbDA , Octo
ber tho third, A D lsL'4, at thre- o'clock p m ,
tho following dos ribed real estate, situated m
Hillsdale, District of Columbia, md designated
as part of lot numbered seven 7), in sect on
numbeiedfour 4), in tho sub-division of Ur.rry
Farm, accorcing to tho plot now on file m the
surveyors oflice of said District, as follows
being the southeastern half ot said lot seven (7),
in section numbered four 4), beginning at the
southwest corner of said lot, fronting on hhen
dan street, running tho entire width on bher.Uan
street southeast, thenco the southeast lino
of said lot one-half its length; then across the
said lot to tho full width of said lot. thence alonu
tho southwest lino to the point of beginning
1 erms of sale. Said property will bo sold to the
highest bidder for cash. A deposit of $50 00 will
bo required at the time of salo All convey
ancing and recording at purchaser scost lerms
of salo to bo complied with within ten days
from dato of sale, or the property will be resold
at tho risk and cost of dofaulting pun.l'nser
s punscoTT which r,
GEORGE U. WRIGHT.
se23-10t Trust o-".
ise to jou throughout. Eve will tell yoa so."
"I w1h jou all the hnppmes I had hoped
to have," Barton said, when leaving. "I en
tertain no ill-will toward jou. lou acted
straight enough, I've no doubt. I'll get over
it some time, but it is pretty hard on a fellow
at first. I won't see her" again. It would
just be a tate of purgatorj for me, and if she
is the woman I take nor to be it would make
her unhappy, too."
He lelt tho city tho next day and, with tho
exception of a congratulatory letter sent
them upon tho occasion of their marriage,
which took place six months later, thej
heard nothing from him for four jears.
When they met him again it was in a. for
eign country. Eve retained her distrust of
him, but Jack was anxious for a renewal of
the old friendship, and as Barton teemed to
have forgotten the past and was more than
willing to make one of their partv thev urged
him to join them. When thoy went home a
few months later he soon followed thm, and
tooK up his abode at tho hotel where they
stopped for tho first few months after their
Ev e's doubts as to the sincerity of bis frlpnd
slup had bijen lulled to rest bv his conduct
while they were abroad, but they had been in
America again but a short time w hen sho be
gan to fear and distrust him ev en more than
she had formerly done.
'You'ro prejudiced, thnt's all." Jack told
her. ''Barton is all right. Of course, he was
all cut up, but it's all over now. Why, I be
lieve bo is one of the be3t friends I have, Eh o."
to securo soma of the choicest building sited around Washington at beautiful
COLUMBIA PARK for $30, H0t and $50 each. Cash or Installments. ONLY 10
LOTS LEFT. Don't mlas this Grand Opportunity. Just tbinfc. a lot for $30 on two
railroads, the great and only Pennsylvaaia, within fifteen minutes' rido of the city,
and with G) cents commutation fare. All high ground. No Swamps. No Malaria.
Pure water an J air. Large shade trees. Only a few blocks from station. THIS IS YOUR
LAST CHANCE, so don't be too late and for ever afterwards be sorry for It. Grand
Excursion to-day at M p. va. from Sixth Street Depot. Circulara and tickets at
office, G23 F St. N. W.. and from Oar Agents at Depot-
A LL INFORMATION ABOUT REPAIRING
Xx. left with mo can bo had at 327 Pennsylva
nia ave. se. (next door) HENRY SCHMINKE.
rpHOMAS N. MAGEE, A CLERK IN THE PEN
JL slon Oflice, respectfully solicits information
relative to tho family history of his grand
parents, Jamos Magee and wife, both of "whom
are dead. Jumea Magee is supposed to have
come to this country from Ireland about tho
year IbOO, and was married to Miss Boushner or
Rougher In Pennsylvania The Boughners are
supposed to have been originally from some
where in New Jersey THOd N. MAGEE,
It Pension Office, Eastern Division.
TT7IIAT MORE'DO YOU WAN fIN fills
V T world than full value for your money? Wo
offer you more than that on an elegant suit or
overcoat slightly wom at JLSl'il'S OLD SI AND,
619 Dst nw. selO-tf
THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY
OF YOUR LIFE IS X0K TO KX0W
WHAT THE FUTURE HAS IX
STORE FOR YOU.
Dr. lano II. Irving, tho Groatest Second-sight
Seer and Forecaster of coming events, I1ASTIIE
POWER OF AW TWO MEDIUMS lOU EVER
alET. DR. IRVING tells your complete past.
your present life, your entl e future. What you
should do to avoid trouble or disappointment;
how to r-Ter lost or stolen property ihe pre
dicu iwporMut events loug before tbey happen.
No hidden mysteries so deep she cannot fathom.
Come, y who suffer, and bo healed. Come, ye
speculators, and bo advised Come, ye lovers,
nnd win your idols. Corn's all who are in trou
ble, and learn to bless this wonderful medium,
the greatest prophetess in Amenra.
Satisfaction bymaiL bend stamp for circular.
Oflice and residence,
bl6 FTFTII STREET NW.,
W ashington. D. C
This lady Is Indorsed by the press, clergy, and
the public hi general. sel'J-tf
ANCING PRIVATE WITH MUSIC sfER
lesson, six lessoua for $5; at private resi
dence; lady teacher; reduction to clubs: refer
ences. Address DESIRED, this offlce sop!9-7t
BEST OILb, HELUBLE PAIN1S, VAPOR
fluid, stains, 1 per gallon; white and col
ored lead at lowest cash market value at
"i OUNG &. CO.'S, 714 K sL nw. sell-Imo
I UcMiiSS JtiUllUJl,
Tells past, present, and future; advice on love
affairs, marriages, losses, or speculations: tells
hon to overcome jour enemies causes speedy
marriages, brings separated together, tells
everything, settles lovers' quarrels, tehs what
business best suited for speedy nches. Don t
buy, sell or go a Journey until you consult Prof.
CLAi "Idest ea ' limbed advertising-clairvoyant
iu thi- Uy. Sittings, 60 cents. Hours, 9 a. m.
to 9 p. m.; open Sundays. 40 H street between
Four-and-.i-ualf and Sixth sts. s-w an5-lm
HELA DIES' FRIEND MOTTS EOMG20
pathicPilN for all female complaints, ob
structions, and all diseases produced from irreg
ularities; no tasto or smeiL For sale only at No.
DOS B street southwest. eepl-3m
C ABLNET7 VAPOR. PLAIN. AND MEDICATED
sea salt and sulphur baths; elt-ctric and
magnetic treatment: alcohol tubbings. Be
S UtAH WAYCOTT, 7S 13th st. nw. Open Sun
pAPITAL STEAM LAUNDRY M. . W h 4VKRT
x proprietor, 532 Eighth stnw Telephone 1813.
Laundry wort in all its branches neatly exe
cuted at reasonable rates.
f- Ji HYGIEMC HEALTHFUL
P i THE HARDEST THE BEsT
V. L, MDEOFPLRESPRING WATER.
" M-' a Telephone 44. Office 14JS Fsc e.w.
MRS. CARY, 160C 7TU ST NW I GUA RANTEE
to convince the most skeptical on past, pres
ent, and future life, law suits, divorces, love,
and marriage, gain tho love of those you desire,
overcomes evil influences, gives names in full of
those you have or will marry. All information,
truthfully and accurately g ven. Call and ba
convinced, as seeing is behoving. Hour.9 to 9,
except Sundays. Jelti-fimo
T ADIE COMFORTABLE HOME BEFORE
Xu and during confinement; best inedical treat
inunt; babies adopted; female complaints
treated bv experienced physician; confidential.
Mrs Dr. RENNER, 131 Sd st. n. e., Washington,
D C j10-ly
TOR REST EOO-as
T?OR RENT TttO UNFURNISHED ROOMS
i. at41rtiist ne ; convenient toG P O and
suitable for light housekeeping, with nse of gas,
bath, nnd furnace heat, will be rental to man
and wife or two ladies for JS per roc nth. si6-3t
-nOR RENT N ENTIRE THIRD FLOOR OF
JLi 4 pleasant rooius. en suite; well heated and
lighted; private family.
sp5-3t ISM R St NW.
BXW ONE FUR. AND THREE UN-
fur rooms to rent Con. to Pat. Pen.,
ind Government Printing Offlce: rent mod
Q ROOMS, 3 FRONT; FUR. N CELT; BVLANCE
O fur or unfur ; for light housekeeping; rent
low alao 3 gentlemen can be accommodated with
good board at reasonable rates: cars stop near
door. 313 aud 315 Pa. ave nw se-3t
Handsome office rooms in The Times
Rtuldms; moderate rent. Apply in Count-ins-roorn.
nIGHEST PRICE TAID FOR SECOND-HAND
S. D HOUCK.
sepl3-lmo 301 10th st nw.
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
4-tb Kievontn st. nw
EGL BLANKS. LAW PRINTING.
1UE LAW REPORTER COMPANY
Printers and Stationers
51S Fifth st n.w M. W. MOORE. Manages.
TOB F.ENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT 10S K ST NE. 5-ROOM BRICK;
water, :4.."0 S10J4 CJ4 st sw , 5-rm bri"k;
water, $11 30. both nu.e homes for small families.
Applj GEORGE K. STROEliEL, tin shop, 1727 Pa.
ave nw. seS4-3t
FOR RENT 6-ROOM BRICK HOI E. 414 P
st nv , SS3 50, also S 4-room al'ey house-,
409 and 411 Lollidgo court, bet 4th and 5th stt
and O and P nw , slO per month. HARVEY
SPALLDING, 001 M st nw e-5-lm
Washington, D C.
H. C. BURCH, Manager.
rpDE OXFORD 14th st audN Y ave
JL American plan, $2.50 per.day and upwards.
European plan, 31 per day and upwards-aulC-lm
1'ennsyivania av onue ana iiu si. nw
O G STAPLES, FROPRIETOK. au!5-lm
One evening late in the autnmn Barton
ciimo homo complaining of hemij nervous and
'Como with me," Jack suggested with
ready sympathy. "'We 11 tnlte a walk, nnd
smoke the evn spirits aw iv."
Tha tw o men left tho hotel and walked
awa toward Hownrd's Point, a bluff a half
mile or more down the shore. Eve watched
their departure with a strange feeling of
dread, for vvlueh she chided herself as Deinc
foolish and unwarranted, but which she could
An hour Inter Barton returned alono.
here is Jack" Eve asked fiercely, meet
ing him on the porch.
'He did not care to come in yet. I left him
down at Howard's point. He'll bo here soon."
Eve turned back into the house and Barton
passed on to his own apartment.
Another hour passed by and till Jack staid
avvaj. Really alarmed then. Eve threw her
cloak around her shoulders and started toward
tho bluff, whore Barton said ho had left her
AH up and down the paths that wound
nmone tho rocs off Howard s Point oho
searched, but the bluff was deserted. "Jack!" !
sho called, softly at first, then louder and I
louder as her fc'tr grow trongjr. At last sho j
thoucht sh" he ird a faint voieo answer her. I
She leaned far over the eJge of thocltlTand
called aga n 'Jat'k." 'inert could be no
mistake then. It was her nai e wh oh she
heard in re iy, coming up from tho stretch of
i sand below. A
A r ETZEROTT MUSIC HALL.
SEPTEMBER 26, 8.30 O'CLOCK.
HERR HOMER LIND,
(LOUIS LINDIIEIMER. BariteneK
In a song recital, assisted by the Puilhnrmonla
Quartet, Mrs. Mills, anil V.iUiain Waldeciet
Seats now on sale at Metzerotl'a.
Prices, 50c, 75c , and SI.
KERNAN'S LYCEUM THEATER.
ALL THIS WiiEK.
The Harry Morris Burlesquers
8 BIG SPECIALTY ACTS-8
2-NEW BURLESQUES 2
NEXT "WEEK Field and Hanson's Company-
ALBAUGH'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Edw.H Allen .Manager
Evenings at 8 Wed. and Sat. Mats, ali
In Her New Comedy,
Miss Innocence Abroad.
Next Welc The Boston Athenaium Star Spe
cialty Company se23-tf
-jV-EW VT'ON L THEATER.
1' Every evening. W ed. and Sat Matmeea.
Seabrgqke comic Opeba Gompahy
Seabrooke's big hit, "Swim Out, O'Grady."
Next Week Hoy t s "A Milk White Flag."
ACADEMY Prices. 25c , 50c, 75r , and $L
Every Evening. Wed. and Sat Matinees.
MR. LEWIS MORRISON
In a superb dramatic production of
Next Weet Keller, the Wizard Wonder.
BSr3 THEATRE THIS WEEK.
MATINEES, Every Tues . Thnrs., and Sat
America's Put ihfltic IdoL
JOHN L. SULLIVAN,
In hia huest and greatest success,
A TRUE AMEKICAN
Next Weelc Dan McCarthy in 3 great Irish plays.
OLD DOMINION JOCKEY CLUB
on the grounds of the
Grange Camp Association o?
Five races wHl bo run each day First race at
2.30 P. M.
Trains will leave Sixth Street Depot at 12.33
and 1.40 p m Returning- at 5.10 and 5. S3 p. m
Improper characters will not be admitted.
- 50 Cents.
GENTLEMEN'S DRTVTNG PARK POOLS
SOLD and BOOKING ON ALL RACINu
EENTS Trains leave B and P depot at 9.43
andllJa.m..lA50. I4C,and3-.p m. Fifteen
I minutes to Alexandria D ivin? Part station,
near Alexandria. 'Va. Transportation, -e-i
unded to all patrons. an!3-3m
5I0KEY TO XOAK.
MONET LOANED ON STOCKS, BONDS,
trusts, life insurance policies, srsdic3ta
certificates, etc No delay it yoa have toe se
I carity 1ERKES & BAKER, 17 Snn Bnlltltng.
I -T ASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN COM
, Y f pany will lend yon $29 and upward on furni
ture, planos,norses. wagons, .Scmo publicity and
property to remain in your undisturbed posses
sion; loans paid in part or in full at any time to
. suit tho convenience of the borrower, ami any
i part paid, reduces tho coat of carrying the loan
In proportion to the amount paid. WAsHTNG-
TON MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY, 810 Ir st
n. w lel-3m
rOSET TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FUR.
i niture, pianos, horses, carriages, wagons.
&c; the property will remain undisturbed
in your possession; terras easy; lowest
rates; private offices; all business strictly
confidential; you can have the money the day
you apply for it; payments can be made on tha
principal at any time; each payment made will
lessen the cost of carrying- the loan.
Please call oa
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.,
683 F st nw , main fteor. jy3-3mo
Treasurers of Churches
and other organizations ran deposit
their collection and sinking fuads with
this company at interest, makiag it
earn more money. Subject to check
American Security and
Trust Co., 1405 G St.
a J. BELL. President
and others whose occupations prevent them
frcm making deposits durin? regular bank
ing hours wnl find it convenient to visit the
UNION SAVINGS BANK,
1222 F St, N. W
which is open EVERT SATURDAY NIGHT
between the hoars of 6 and S
(Four per tent interest on savings
SILSBY & GOMPSNY
BANKEKS AND BROKERS.
METROPOLITAN BANK BUILDING,
Fifteenth street, opposite Treasury
MONET TO LOAN ON GOOD COLLATERAJ
CENTRAL NATIONAL BNK BUILDING,
Corner 7th St and Pa. Ave.
Telephone, 514. mhl3-lj
"Fell over the cliff," was the verdict of tha
men who answered her appeal for help and
carried him back to tho hotel. 'He ain't tho
first one that has gone just so."
Bntthenezt morning they learned a dif
ferent story. Barton was found sittings in his
chair dead, and on the table beside him was
a letter explaining alL
"I knew I should do it some time." h
wrote. ''So long as I kept my senses I was
nil right, but these crazy spells come mora
and more often of late. I've had them all my
life; they are an inheritance. I've always
tried to keep away from him when I felt
them coming on for I bated him so at thoso
times that I knew I should kill hint Last
night the demon enmo over me when I had
him in my power and I pushed him over the
cliff. I suppose he never meast to harm me,
but I can t help hating him. He's gone now
and I shaft soon follow."
It was many days before Jack wa3 able to
give an account of the affair. '"I don't re
member much about it," he told Eve the first
time they talked the matter over. "We were
sitting on the edge there smoking, and when
we got up to come home he pushed me sud
denly with great force, and I went over.
The next thing I remember is nearing your
voice. Don't cry. Eve," he added, as sha
mournfully pressed the empty sleeve from
which h ii right arm was gone. "Poor Bar
ton' e can't blam him for disliking me.
Lrt us be happy. Eve, for we havo each,
other." Chicago Sews.
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