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THE WASHXNGl'ON TIMES, SATURDAT, SEPTEMBER 29, 1S&4.
Shoes Oiven Away,
Everyday one of our customore I
presentnd with a pair of ahoes FREE
In addition we cell for
ShoeswhlcuwM cost you $3.00 or 38.60
Extraordinary Bargains To-day
Ladles' Button Shoes, sizes 1 to SHi,
(which used to sell for 12.50 to R00),
THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE,
GEO. W. RICH.
919 F STREET,
te republish to-day Saturday's list of
Big Reductions at all our fetores. It'll pay
you to watch our announcements, for It's
I well-estabMBhed adage that "you live
well aud save money toy dealing vlth The
Enirieh Beet Co."
Telephone W7, send, or bring 7ur orders
to-day-they'll be properly fitted and
8 pounds of Steak.. -js
2 pounds or Sirloin Steak 25C
2 pounds of l'ork Chops Q5c
5 pounas of Lamb Chops 25C
Prime Bib Boast, per IQq
Hind quarter of Lauib, per Qq
Sugar-mired Smoked Hams, IA.Q
Sugar-cured nmoked Sbeul- Q 1 q
ders, pouud..... -
8 pounds of Good Lard, QBC
Emrleh's "Otever Crpntn
ery, ' "K" priniB and'Coun
try RWb," eual to the best O (")"
butter. 25c and u
Fresh Eggs por dozen '-"-
Kew York State JJream JKp
Cheese, per phub IWV
8 pounds of Vicuna Sau- QgG
6 Kew Mackerel -"-
Scans of Jane Peas for.... --
8 eans of fithriver's Corn QRq
for. ........ ........
6 eans f Stflnes for iuo
6 pounds ! Oeraed Beef 25C
Large Pickles, per dozen.. OC
SmaH TUskles, per dozen.. -'
4 pound Jars ef PreserveB C-
t classes of Assorted Jel- Pp
Sbetties of Heinz Catsup C-
Fresh Vegetables Tat the Lowest Prices.
Main Market and Grocery,
1306-1312 32d S.
S057 if St JT. W. 21st and K Sts. N. W.
StKh St & Pa ave N. W.
18th St. fc N. Y av e. N. Y.
Bth and M hts. N W. 6th and 1 Sts. N.W.
Sd & Ino. axe. N. W. 1718 Hth St N. W.
E026I4thSt N "W. 4th and I Sts. N.W.
There is but one Peerless Credit Sys
temit's OURS and it is the result of
almost thirty years or 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 to pay not a note to sign not
& penny of Interest.
Get what furniture and carpets you
need aud pay us for them a little at a
time weekly or monthly as you please.
You'll And our credit prices Just as
low and in many instances lower
than the cash prices in other stores.
"We make and lay all carpet f reo of cost
no charge for waste in matching
Plush or Haircloth Parlor Suite
ciolco 4 E0-
Sulid Oak Bed Room Suite, SIS.
Splendid Brussels Carpet, 60c. per
Reliable Ingrain Carpet, 85c. per
All carpet made and laid free of
No charge for waste in matching
Solid Oak Extension Table, $3.60.
40-pound Hair ilnttrcss, $7.
Woven Wlro Springs, $1.75.
81B-S21-82S 7th Street Northwest,
Between H and I Streets.
IT MEANS MUCH
To have their BRIEFS printod on time and
to hav e them correct. We ksow that, and
make a specialty of printing them quickly
and correctly. Do the work Just as well in
a short time as in a long one. Try us on a
BRIEF or bo.
McGILL & WALLACE, Printers.
1107 E Street Northwest
THE SHOPPERS GUIDE.
Consult to-day's Times for full details.
Parker, Ilildgot tCa-First anniversary;
tmcqunled assorttnont and unusual prices.'
AVillctt Si Ruorr Dunlap Flfth'Avenuo
Grosnn Choice Plush or Haircloth Par
lor Suite. S22.50J Solid Oat Bedroom Suite
George Spransy Best values In new 510
Fall and Inter Suits in town.
Robinson, Clicry &. Co. 'I he Children's
Department filled to o erf low inc.
Nauaiuaker L Brown S20 fall ovor
coats, full bilk lined, at $13.50.
Keen's Highland Capes.
Emrich Ucof Co. Prices at what It costs
others to buy.
Wnrrcn Shoe House Every day one cus
tomer ccts a pair of shoes free.
.Millard Price k Co.-I.gss.
G. Uarficld Simpson Suits $20 up;
Trousers 50 up.
Hcnrv 1 ranc &. Son S2.40 Hats the
proper kind for thrifty men.
James Y. Davis' Sons Umbrellas for
ladies mid men.
Wax. linhn A. Co. Cut out the coupon in
the "ad." aud receive a useful present free.
Crais JL Hardinc Chenille Portioros
Assortment and prices both unequaled.
Kmc's l'alace Continuation of the Fall
Hcilbrun L Co. It -nill pay to Inspect
their stock of Shoe?.
Garner A. Co. Tho best Clothing for the
I.oeb i. Hlrsh rail requisites for men.
Saks A Co. Suits equal to 510 for 57.50;
unusual alncs for 510.
Lansburgh i Bro. Wrappers for 75o
worth looking at
11. rriedlandcrA Bro. Some nrcnt bar
gains in Clothes and ."Men's 1 urnishings.
.Moore's Shoe Palace Leaders of low
S. Blcbcr Black Cheviot Suits, SG.37
This price is made to test "The Times."
Johnston's Sllcr Candlesticks, Vases,
Gold Hand Cups and Saucers git en nway.
New York Ave. Bet. I3th and 14th Sts.
SPECIAL SATURDAY. i
5 T.jga HjyyaSjSygsig- AvpssfaSeJtn
This elegant Box Couch, upholstered iu fine French
Cretonne, with roll pillow. Usual price, asked elsewhere,
Tlie Rink's Price for Saturday, SSB.50,
The box underneath makes a handy receptacle for
clothing, which can be laid away without folding. Size,
2 feet 6 inches by 6 feet 6 inches; height, iS inches; di
mension of box, 2 feet 4. inches by 6 feet 4 inches and 6
inches deep. For comfort and utility this Couch cannot
Remember, the price for SATURDAY at THE RINK is
The Julius Lansbifrgh
Furniture and Carpet Co,
Free of Charge
Telling tho remedy needed
and giving you advice honest
nHilr ni in thn brmt methods
, of preserving your tcetli.
Every operati n performed
hero wo guarantee positively
painlen. Esti acting by our
method is an entirely now one
avre use a solution that, ap-
Dlled to tho gums renders the
extraction REALLY WITHOUT
AMERICAN DENTAL ASS'N,
The Archibald M. Bliss Subdivision
on East Washington Heights pos
sesses every requisite nececsary for
perfect home sites. High, healthy,
beautiful situation snd views. Gas,
Water, and Sewer mains now bo'.ng
laid For terms, &c, apply to OVER
LOOK INN on grounds.
SS I lClgl I LS.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SECOND-HAND
6. D. HOUCK,
sepl3-lmo 301 10th st. nw.
CHOICE "WINES, LIQUORS, AXD CIGARS.
433 Eleventh st. aw.
LEGAL BLANKS. LAW PRINTING.
THE LAW REPORTER COMPANY
.Printers and Stationers.
61B Fifth it a.Tf. M. W. MOORE. Manager
"The Times'" Tashton Hints.
The cloth from which the dross la the ploturo
Is mnde Is called "frizo." It Is a very hand
some rough material, 46 inches wldo, and
figured, and -comes In a number of lovely
shades. The one I saw was a new shade o brown
(light ground and eeal-brown flguro), made up
as the cut represents, with a dark pRtof silk,
the large BleeveB, rovers, and cufls trimmed
with the silk, and silk panels on the full ilTe
Best granulated sugar 5 cents. Our SS, 85, and
88 cent Java and Moclia coffees can't be beat.
With 1 pound Thea-Koctar too, 1 pound baking
powder, or 1 pound pepper, you get a handsome
spoclal present Tho Great Atlantic nhd Pacific
1 ea Co., 501 and 603 7th Bt ; 1620 14lh St.; 8101 M
ftt nw.; 815 H st no. Branches in all the mar
kets. X, II. Bon man, Manager.
BEAVERS-WALKER On September 23, 1S94.
by the Rov E. Uez Swem, Mary R. Walker, of
Washlncton, D. C, to Wiluam H. Bkayers, of
MYEKS DENHAM On Thursday, September
57, 1S91. by Rev. Isanc W. Canter, MART M. Mv
krs to Cuari.es S. Denuav,
BANKES Esskx BankfB, a resident of this
city, died at 1803 T stroot northwest, ngod stxty
years, September 27, 1894, at 3 o'clock. Leaves
wife and three children.
BROWN Departed this life Thursday, Sep
tember 27, 1694, at 12 SO a, m., MAMIE 0. Brown,
ngod twolvo years and one month, boloved
daughtor of Frank and Mary E. Brown.
FOUNTAIN On Soptember 2S, 1894, at 3 a m ,
Mrs. Ckvelia Aj.n Fountain, ot paralysis, in her
McKENNA On Thursday, September 37, 1891,
at C p. in., LACRKNCS McKenna, aged one year
and twehe days, boloved and ouly child of
Patrick and Annlo McKenna (noo Cuitln.)
McNABB On tho ovonimr of Soptombor87,
1S94, nt his resldenco, D13 Westminster street,
James MoNuje, forme, ly of Baltimore, Md.,in
tho eighty-socond yfar of his nge.
SCHEEI.E-On fceptomber 28, 1891, of pneu
monia, Fkeddie, infant son of P. W. and Nan
nie Scheelo, aged eight months and flf toon days.
POTTS-On Thursday ovenlng, September 27,
1891, Joseph E. POTiS, in the eighty-flrst year of
It Is Going to Be a Hard Raco and a Close
Finish for the Finest.
Two days remain before the close.
Sunday's coupon counts three votes.
AX tho closing of tho polls tho vote stood:
(Ow ng to the press of space, no totals under
one hundred aro recorded.)
Lieutenant Kcllv 20,518
Private John A. Pearson I5il"l
Sergeant Daley 13400
Private C. O. Nauck (Eighth Precinct). . . 5 284
Private James Clsclo (Filth Precinct)... 1 aso
Private C. a Estos (Sixth Precinct)...... l'isi
Inspector Holllnbergor goo
Capt. Austin 3i3
Prlvnto Daniel Sulllv nn (Sixth Precinct) 23.J
Private Gelabert (Eighth Precinct) 214
Private J. E. Sears (first Precinct) 137
Private Auldridge (Second) mo
Private S. Murphy (Second Procinct). ... 107
M LMay 168
Private Kimmel (Sixth Precinct) 1 14
THE MOST FOPULAB POLICEMAN 13:
OUR AMERICAN GIRLS.
Vivacity More Admired Than Mete
Beauty oF Feature.
Drawbacks' Bufferoa by Many Womon Who
Would Otherwise Be At
Everybody loves tho vivnclous Rlrl. She
brlKliteh3 up a scene with her buoyint move
ments, and suo adds spicoful brilliancy to tbu
general conversation. There is a sparklo
aud jdow iu tier speech and actions that nro
an expression of good humor, kiudnoss, and
animal spirits, and indicate a healthy condi
tion of body and mind.
It is tho desire, as it Is tho duty, of every
woman to bo attractive. Vivacity, tempered
with modesty and a warm, generous heart,
Is more attractive than mere beauty of
feature. But to bo vivacious one must bo in
a happy framo of mind, and that involves the
further condition of physical and mental
Women, owing to the peculiar and import
ant relntions which they sustain, their pocif
Har organization and theoftlces they perform,
are subject to inauy sufferings from disorders
of tho nervouB system. Freedom from these
contribute iu no small degree to their huppi
uo3s and welfare, for no one can bo happy
v. Iioisill. Not only so, but no ouo of these
various complaints can long bo Buffered to
run ou without Involving tbo gfnornl health
of the Individual, and before long producing
permanent sickness and promnturo decline.
Hundreds suffer on lu silence, and hundreds
of others apply vainly to druggists and doc
tors, who oither norelv tanlalizo them with
tho hope of a euro or administer drugs which
nialco them worse. They finally become con
vinced thnt there is no help for them, and
their despair only aggravates their troubles
aud hastens tho Unal stages of their disease.
Among the numerous causes of nervous de
bility in women, tho most general and proliflo
one, perhaps, is the mania that exists for pre
codoits education and marriage! The years
that uoturo designed for corporeal develop
ment are wasted and porverted in the re
straints of dresa, tbe early confinement of
school, and tho unhealthy excitement of the
ballroom. Iu consequence of this early strain
upon her system, unusual effort is required
by tho dellcato votary to rotoln her situation
In school at a later day, When ono excite
ment is over another in prospective keeps the
mind'tnorbldly senBithoto impression, while
tho constraint of fashionable dress, tbe expos
ure to night air, tbe sudden change of tom
peratute, tbo complete prostration produced
by excessive dancing aud late hours, must ot
necessity produce their legitimate effect.
Perhaps an early marriage caps the climax of
misery, and if tho unfortunate one has hith
erto persistently disregarded tho plain dic
tates and remonstrances of her delicate or
ganism, she is now forced to seek medical aid
or accept tho most dreadful alternative.
This is but a tnltUfUl pittureof the experi
ence of thousands of our young women,
l'rom one cause or another their nervous
system have become impaired. They sutler
from general weakness, montal and phya cnl
depression, hysteria, confused idea, irri
tability, restlessness and sleeplessness at
night, absonae of muscular efficiency, los of
appetite, dyspepsia, emaciation, low spirits,
disorganization or paralysi of various func
tions, and many other ills, besides beinr es
pecially susceptible to tho ninny distressing
oomplnlnts known only to thelrser. Even if
tlioy realize the soriousness of their condi
tion, and tho inevitable consequences of per
mitting it to run on. they may have lost hopo
through the fnilnro of doctors and patoLt
medicines to give them relief.
These unfortunntes will thank us, then, for
directing thorn to Dr. R. A. Walker. Hie suc
cessful specialist iu the treatment of disorders
of the bralh and herVous system. It is con
ceded, even by phjsicians. that Dr. Walker'a
method nover fiiila to effect a complete and
permanent cure in such cases. It has been
tho means of restoring hundreds of both
sexes to health uud happlne3s. atnont: them
many of tho best people of Wnshmgton. All
diseases arising from nenous disorders, as
well as those Indiroclly induced thereby
such as cntnrrh, rheum 'tlstn, consumption,
mnlaria, skin diseases, troubles of the kid
Hoys, liver and bladder, heart disease, piles,
etc. yiold tol)r. Walker's treatment.
Dr. Walker may be consulted free of charge
any day at his permanent address, 1411 Penn
sylvania avenue, adjoining Willard's Hotel,
from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m., or by special ap
pointment. Out-of-town patients may con
sult him by letter. Moderate charges in all
TVJATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF
JL HARTFORD. CONN.
SEMI-A2JNUAL STATEMENT FOR SIX MONTHS
ENDING JUNE 80, 1S94.
Capital stock, fully paid $1,000,000 00
Oross assets...., 3,189,720 &4
Total liabilities, including capital... 2,805,799 27
Fire lo;es paid, G inoa. ondlng Juuo
SO, 1894 621,330 72
Current expenses paid, 0 mos. end
ing Jnne 30, 1894 333,046 48
Dividends paid, G mos. ending June
30,1891 50,000 00
State of Connecticut, City of Hartford, ss:
James Mcliols, president of tho National Flro
Insurance Company of Hnitford, Conn., sol
emnly swears that the foregoing statement Is
truo to tho best of his Unovi lodge and belief.
SlONEP. JAMES MCI10LS, President
Signed and snorn beforo mo this 10th day of
SIGNED. FRED. B. SEYMOUR,
JOHN B. WIGHT, Agent.
1410 U st nw.
STATE51ENT V. B. BRANCH HAMBURG
BREMEN FIRE INS. CO., July 1, 1894.
U.S. Government bonds. ,....i $118,000 00
N. Y. State and City bonds 357.911 25
First Mortgage R. R. bonds 612,10 00
Intorost and cash in bank ....i. 29,975 to
Promlums under collodion.. 12G,&33 43
Total S1,270.5G5 65
Liabllltlss 837,316 24
Surplus $353,210 41
HEISKELL &MCLERAN. Agents,
1003 F st. nw.
ALL INFORMATION ABOUT REPAIRING
left with me can bo had at 827 Pennsylva
nia ave. se. (next door). HENRY SCHMINKE.
r6R REHT HOUSES.
? AQ L BT. N. E., LARGE 3-STORY BAY-WIN-DlO
dow brick; stouo trimmings, hall, clos
ets, Ac; all mod. hups., reduced to $1S per
month. A. S. CAY WOOD, 933 9th St. n.w. se27-3t
FOR RENT 6-ROOM BRICK HOUSE. 414 P
st. nw., $23 60; nlso 2 4-room alley houses,
409 and 411 Uollidgo court, hot 4th and 5th sts.
and O and P nw., $10 per month. HARVEY
SPAULDEN'G, bOl M st nw. so-C-lm
FOR RENT ROOMS.
IOR RENT, CAPITOL HILL NICELY FUR
? nlshcd rooms: 2d and 3d floors: good heat.
gas and bath; single or en sulto; tonus reason-'
able; 3 doors trom ra. ave. car uno. rj ;;a st
s. o. se29-2t.
70R RENT A COMFUUTABL,! JTUltNISaED
. front room: suitable for ono or two young
men; terms, 910 per month. 2132 Pa. ave.
TTiORRENT-FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING, 2
JL' rooms, fur. complote; stove, cooking uten
sils, dishes, gas, heat, bath, sewing machine,
and organ; one block from two lines of street
cars; $16 pei month; also 3 unfur. rooms. 801
10th st. sw., near Smithsonian. se2S-8t
1 TiOR RENT TAKOMA PARK, MAPLE AVeT;
. 4 rooms on 1st floor; $12 per month.
Address J. J. B.,
LARGE FRONT ALCOVE ROOM, 2b STORY,
beautifully fur., with board, suitable for 2
gentlemon or man and wife; also 2 other rooms;
private family. 633 E Capitol st se27-3t
jOJA Q ST. NW.-FOR RENT UNFUlt
XOirU 8d floor, 4 rooms, flat or en suite; no
objection adults housekeeping; board If desired;
convenient to 14th-st cars; table boarders; small
FOR RENT UNFUR., SUITE OF 4 COM. 2D
story rooms; bay windows; closet in every
room; suitable for light housekeeping; sink, gas,
heat, bath; rent moderate. 3 F st nw. se2t-3t
FOR RENT-5 210 1ST ST7NE7r2DAND 3D
floors; furnished or unfurnished; single or
en suite; steam heat; large closets; open Are
place; near Capitol and all car lines se26-7t
Handsomo office rooms in The Times
Building; moderate rent. Apply in Counting-room.
Proper Hats ?
9 Thrifty Men. t
Our $2.40 Hat is the proper
8 kind for thrifty men thero'a w
T Throe Dollars worth of qual- V
V ' lty, wear, und stylo in each tt
S The difference lu price Is A
your saving. T
I HEHRY FRANG & SON, 1
9 COR. 7TU AND D.
R --ONE PRICE- jk
Think of It!
These are made of Good Washable
Prints, in I5!ue, Gray, and Black, V
shape yoke back and Front, with wide
ruffle of same goods. Pull Fedora
front, Wattcau-plaited back. Leg-o'-mtitton
sleeves. 15.tra full and long.
Comes in all sizes, from 34 to 44, Re
duced from $1.00 to
. Yoit can order by Mail ', just
420, 422, 424, 426 7th St.
FOR SALE SOUSES.
TTOR SALE-EASY TERMSNEARLY KEW;
X" bay window, brick, 7 rooms, bnth. cellar
furnace, and all mod. Imp: uear II st; new cab
road. Must bo sold. Ad. C. OWNER, this offl,
CD ?AA Wl
cDtjjUuv rooms and bath, cellar, Iatrobes,
sower, water, anil gnj; lot lOHxlOO to alley; key
103 11th st. no. STLRUIS& MOORL, 006 F st. nw 1
I" VAORSALE-LOOKATTHATBEAUTIFULNEW '
. 8-rooin house, whits stone and pressed brick, 1
No. 1537 Gth st nw.; good location; lot 23x93;
house open from 3 to 5 p. to. For sato by owner
aud biilder! se23-3t
FOR SALE A BARGAIN, 83)0 CASH, BAL. ,
J-35 per month, or oxchnugo for city prop
erty, S-room frame dwellim;, 2 cellars, 2 porches,
fluo lawn, largo lot, sovrorage, etc ; abstract of
title fruo and no oncumbrnnce: Gaheston st, 1
neftr 13th st , South Bro6kland; price, 42,500. j
A. a CAYWOOD, 933 9th St nw. so2S-3t I
FARMS TOR SALE.
FARM FOR BALE CUEAP-4UM. ACRES, 3
miles from Manassas, Vo,; gcod house. In
se 2SJt 614 F. Bt. n. w., Washington, D. C.
ARDEN FARMS ON rTER. NEAR CITY
and railroad, sold on $5 monthly payments;
advantages unsurpassed. Apply to GKoRGET.
MELVIN. Annapolis. Md. jy3-cod.3mo
E0R SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
A WALNUT MARBLE TOP BEDROOM SET, 8
pieces, with wire spring and mattress, for
$14. Call at
sep33-.1t 5J4 10th st se.
OlTSALE CHEAP, IF &OLD AT ONCE,
stock and fixtures of a first-class grocery
and provision store; splendid meat stand: rea
son for selling, sickness. Inquire at lith and
Flo. ave. nw. se23-3c
7S REAT "BARGAIN ICNABE PIANO; SWEET
JT tone and easy net on; suitable for boglnner;
worth $150: will sell for $-15; $5 dov,nand$J
monthly. Y. G. SMITH, 1225 Pa. ave. nw. se27-St
HOTEL PITNEY. ATLANTIC CITY, N J.
N. Y. ave., bet Pacific and Beach; mod.
conv.; 81.50 to $2.50 por day; $7 to 512 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., J2.75. CHARLES
J. DENTLER. Iy24-tf
$? 55 xt& vHS?
A Well-Served Dinner
Sharpens the nppetito and makes the
. snlendld dinner for only
not eat good meals and pay less for them
Pennsylvania Avenue, Near Sixth Street Northwest.
The kind you can depend upon being fresh every
time. That's the only kind we sell. If your grocer
doesn't keep 'em, patronize the level-headed man
who does. Not iow cheap, but how good, that's
our method of buying
MILLARD PRICE St CO..
WANTED-TO INSntE YOUR TARl-XTS IF
under 80 Wo pay 100 such claims yearly.
It's a Bnfo Invest ment for youuger people I. B.
A., 32 Ohio Bank Bulldlug. sepSO-lt
"VrjASTED-nvO EXPEIUENUED lNSt'R
V 1 auco s Hcito.-B. Nine Al policies, including
applicants under 80. Call at B2 Ohio Bank Bulld
lug, 9 to 10 30 or 4 to 5 sep29-:Jt
T7"ANTEI)-WSH'N ENDOWMENT ASS'N
' T members' uniuoa. We will reinsure you If
Uiuler E0 at inoderalo cost; beMdea it's safe.
I. B. A. . 330hio Bank Bldg., 4 to G p m. gepaB-3t
LADIES-I RECOMMEND CRAYON TOR
tralt making to persons wishing profitable
home work; it Is easily, qUICkly, ana cheaply
learned. For terms, Ac., addrws ARTIST, Soa
HELP WANTED WITH RHFS.-HBLP FUR.
to employers f roe ot charge by
Mrs. L. C MOORK,
se27-3t 806tJst n-r.
"VT7 ANTED AN ACTIVE YOUNG .MAN IN
T V produce commission house; one experienced
In soiling hotel and grocdry trade preferred;
state refs. and salary desired. Adtlros3 Box 10,
this ofllce. E?T-1t
TrANTED IT KNOMS-J. K. BRENNER, 40D
T t Warner street, cures BiUokln chimneys,
makes Iatrobes, rangpp, and fnrnaced Gives
satisfaction or no charge. Spouting and Job
work. Prices rock bottom. Be26-7t
WANTED-POLlCEMKN AND FRIBNDS In
terested in "Tlmea' watch contest learn
Bomothlng to youradvantcge at Room 83, Warder
Building, 9th and F sts. ae'tf-tf
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED NURSE FOR
ladies would lifto a few more engage
ments. Best of references given. Call or write
727 N Cap st se23-7t
WANTED-ALL BEKR DRINKERS TO CALL
at llush's new place, 817 7th st nw., and
get a nice cold bottle of boor for 5 cents.
WANTED THE PUBLIC TO KNOW THAT I
have opened a branch store with a full
lino of birds, cages, feed, aquariums, gold fish,
and pet animals at 1221 Pa. avo.; main store, 712
12th st n. w SC11MID. Je25mo
FOR RENT SUBURBAN.
HOUBES FOR RENT; CHOICE HOUSES AND
lota for sale on easy terms, at Brookland, D.
C. GRACE M. THOMAS,
se2d-7t 100 Corcoran Building.
WILL YOU PAY $30 A YEAR FOR i00 IN
10 years Wo offer the chance and Insure
your life besides. L B. X, 32 Ohio Bank Eldg.
U to 10.20; 4 to 5. sep29-1t
OWNERS OR AGENTS HAVING FUR. HOUSE
thoy wish cared for coming winter by re
sponsible party call on Dr. SIMUNDS, Room 28,
Atlantic Building. sc29-3t
MME BROOKE TELLS ALL rllB EVENTS OF
life All business -miftdential. Ladles and
gentlemen, 50c each. Hurs,9 a. m. to 9 p m.
005 N. Y. ave nw., hear bth st sJ3-2w
467 O Street Northwest
OFFICE HOURS, 10TO1, 6 TO a
RS. . J. LINDSAY, SCIBNTIPlC PALMIST
medium; reveals the past, present and fu
ture. Rooms 511 6th ft nw. eeSf-dt
MME FRANCIS HAS RETURNED AND
would be glad to see her friends at 404 R.
Cap. st Sittings daily from 9 to 9 Cards. 25c;
sittings, 50c. seJ8-7t
TVTUAT MORE DO YOU WANT IN THIS
1 1 world than full v1h for your money? Wo
offer you more than that on an elegant suitor
overcoat olightly worn at JUSTIPS OLD STAND,
619 Dst nw. selO-tf
THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY
OP YOUR LIFE IS X0K TO KNOW
WHAT THE FLTURE HAS IX
STORE FOR YOU.
Dr Jane II. Irving, the Greatest Second-sight
Seer and Forecaster of eomuiK ex ents. HAS THE
POWER OF ANY TWO MLUlt AtlOU EVER
mET. DR. IRVING tells yo-r complete past,
your present life, your enti-e futiiT What you
should do to avoid troublo or disappointment;
how to recover lost or stolen proferty She pre
dicts important e ents long before they happen.
No bidden mysteries so deep she cannot fathom.
Come, ye who suffer, and be healed. Come, ye
speculators, and be advised. Come, ye lovers,
and win your IdoK Come, all who are in trou
ble, and lenrn to b!es this wonderful medium,
the greatest prophetess in Anrl a,
atisfactlon by inaiL bend stamp for circular.
Ofilce and residence,
616 FIFTH STREET NW.,
Washington, D. C.
This Indy is indorsed by the press, clergy, and
the public In goneraL got'J-tf
BEST OIL.", ItELIABLE PAIN1S, VAPOR
fluid, stains, $1 per Kallon; whito and twl
ored lead at lowect cash market value at
OCNHJ Jfc CO.'S, 714 K st nw. sell-lmo
1 BltsISSii ilfclHLJy,
Tells past, present and future; adjce on love
affars, marriages, loosen, or specutatlons; tells
hov to overcome your enemies, causes speedy
marrlaccs. brings separate! together, tells
everything, settles love s' quarreto, telis what
business best suited for speedy rich" Don't
buy, ecll or go a Jcr ner until yon ceftsult Prof.
CLAY.oldest es'il 'hcd drtsinlalrvoyant
in thisntr. Fittings, 50 CQU. Hours, Sum.
to 9 p. m.; opon Sundays. 4 II street between
Four-and-a-half and bitih sta. s.w. au5-lm
rpUE LADIt' FRIEND MOTTb HOMCEO
JL pathic Pills for all female complaints, ob
structions, and all disease-? produced from irreg
ularities; no tast or smelt For sale only at No.
UC6 B street Sdttthweat sepl-3m
V sea salt and sulphur baths; elfstric and
magnetic treatment, alrohol lubbiucs. Dr.
SMtAll WAYCOTT, 7218thst. nw. Open Sun
pAPlTAL STKAM LAUNDRY-M A. ViiWKR,
V proprietor, lis Eighth stnw. Telephone 1613.
Laundry work in all iu branches neatly exe
cuted at reasonable rated,
w V" UYOIKNIC HBALTHFlL
y S R-, THE lURDEST-THE BEST
8 H. PTL MADEOFPtRESPRING WATER,
jv --s i 0 -Telephone 44. Office 1188 Fst n.w.
MRS. CARY, 1602 7TH ST.NW 1 GC RANTEE
to convince tho most skeptical on past, pres
ent, and futuro life, law suits, dlvorees, love,
and marriage, gains tho lovo 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 be
convinced, as seeing is believing: Hours, 9 to 9,
except Sundays. Jeltf-6mo
T ADIES COMFORTABLE HOME BEFORE
JL and during confinement; biwt medical treat
ment: babies adopted; femalo complaints
treated by experienced physician; confidential.
Mrs Dr. RENNER.Wl 3d st n. e., Washington,
D. C. lelQ-ly
HOHEY TO LOAN.
MONEY LOANED-ON STOCKS, BONDS,
trusts, Hfo insurance ' jollcies. syndicate
certificates, etc No delay it you have the se
curity YERKES&BAKR, 17 Sun Building.
TTTASHINgToN MORTGAGE LOAN COM
1 1 pany.wlll lend you $50 and upward on furni
ture, planos,norss, wagons, Ac,;no publicity and
property to remain in your undisturbod posses
sion; loans paid in part or in full at any time to
suit tho convenlenco of the borrower, end any
part paid reducos the cost of carrying tho loan
In proportion to tho amount paid WASHING
TON MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY, 010 i st
a. w. JeMm
ONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FUR-
nlturo, pianos, horses, carriiees, wagons,
&c; the property wUl remain undisturbed
In your possession; terms easy; lowest
ratos; private offlces; all business strictly
confidential; you can have the money the day
you apply for It; payments can be made on tho
principal at any time; each payment made wiU
lessen the cost of carrying the loan.
Please call on
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO,
602 F st. nw., main floor. y3-3mo
oating doubly enjoyable. AVo'rf fa3t building an
C. M. EMRICH,
9M LOUISIANA AVFNLE.
SQl TH SIDE.
A b e 1 1 e r larger prettier
stock than ever Wo reel Justly
proud of it. Price part Tl prove
an agreeable feature when you
ealL Hero a samples of preval
Extra Heavy and
Wide dado top and
bottom. A 1 1 rolers.
It's ft .50 quality. . .
Cotton "Derby" Por
tieres. Something noil-.
An Imitation of the
silk Derby Portieres
that sell for $W.....4 .
Nottingham Lac-- Cur
tains white and Ecru
colors new patterns,
!3th and F St.
fETZEROTT MUSIC HALL.
Positively ono week only, commenclnc MON
DAY EVENING, OCTOBER L S
W. M. Fay,
In their worW-renowed mysterious leasees,
In his unique entertainment,
MUSIC, SONG AND STORY.
PictoriaUy illustrated. Matinees Wednesday
and Saturday Prices 60a, 75a, and $1. Sota
now sale at Metaerott's Musfo Store.
A BAD NIGHT IN A FINE PLACE." aSON
n "-.. iay n,ht te,k by Pastor E. HezSwem.
Second Baptist Caurea, Fourth street and
Irgiata avenue southeast Free Pewa. it
LBAUGU'3 GRAND OPERA HOUSK
,?:,?"en: .; ii- :. JfxaK
In Her New Comedy,
Miss Innocence Abroad.
XeitWeek-The Boston Athenasam Star Spo
elalty Company Scat now oa sale at Bx-oSce.
KERN-AX'S LYCEUM THEATER.
ALL THIS WaEK.
The Harry Morns Burlesquers
5-NXW BURLESqUES 2
NEXT WEEK Field, and Hanson's Company.
VTEW NATIONAL THEATER.
-L Every evening. Wed. and Sat Matinees.
Seabrooke Gomic opera Company
Seabrooke's big hit, "Swim Out, CGradr.
Next Week Hoyta "A MUk W hMo Ftag!"
ACADEMY Prices. 25c. , 50c , 75c, and $L
Every Evening. Wed. and Sat Matineos.
MR. LEWIS MORRISON
In a superb dramatic production of
Next Week Keller, the Wizard Wonder.
Bo'3 THEATRE THIS WEEK.
MATINEES. ETeryTue, Thurs., and Sat
America's Pnsilistic Idol.
JOHN L. SULLIVAN,
In his latest and greatest saoeess.
A TRUE AMERICAN.
Neat Week Dan McCarthy in 3 great Irish plays.
on the grounds of the
Grange Camp Association of
Five races wttl be ran each day. First race at
2.30 P. M.
Trains wUl leave Sisth Street Depot at 1133
andL40p. m. Returning atS.10 and 5.43 p. a.
Improper characters will not be admitted.
Admission - - - 50 Cents.
(1 ENTLEMEVS DRIYTNG PARK POOLS
J SOLD and BOOKING ON ALL RACING
EVENTS Trains leave B. and P. depot at 9:43
and 1150 a. m.. 12-J9. 110, and 3:20 p. m. Fifteen,
minutes to Alexandria D Iving Park station,
near Alexandria, a. HTTransportaMen re
funded to all patroaa. aulS-3m
TRUSTEES' SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT IN
HILLSDALE, D. C , BARRY FARM SUB
DIVISION. By virtue of a certain deed of trust b'arinj
date the 2tth day of Septejer. 1S99, and duly
recorded in libr 1748. foil'!" et sea. one ot tho
land records of the District of Columbia, and at
the request of the holder of the notes secured
thereby, we shall offer for sale at public auction
in front of the premises oa WEDNESDAY, Octo
ber the third, A D 194. at three o'clock p. nx,
the fuUowing described real estate, situated 1a
Hillsdale, District of Columbia, and designated
as part of lot numbered seven (7), in section
numbered four (4). la the sub-division of rJarry
Farm, accordion to the plat sow en file in the
surveyor's oOce of said District, as follows:
being the southeastern half of said tot seven C7
in se-tion numbered four 4 beginning at tho
southwest corner of said lot, frosting oa Sheri
dan street, running the eatire width on Sheridan
street southeast; thence the southeast Una
of said lot one-half its length; then across th
said lot to tho full width of said lot; thence alonx
the southwest line to the point of beginning.
Terms of sale: Said property wiU be sold to the
highest bidder for cash. A deposit of $5&S0 wiU
be required at the time of sale. AH convey
ancing and recording at purchaser's cost Terms
of sale to be complied with within ten days
from date of sale, or the property wiU be resold
at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser
S PRESCOTT WRM.HT,
GEOHOE It WRIGHT,
6 cpert Interest
on your moaey and no risk to run no
worry and aud anxiety.
This company has a large number of
First Trust .Notes secured by first mort-
gages on . t-edne property m tho DfeincS
of Columt a. These net six per cent In-
Interest are in any amount from ono to
fifty thousand dollars, and for sale at face
valu, plus accrued interest
American Security and
Trust Co., 1405 G St.
C. J. BELL, President
and others whose occupations prevent them
from making deposits during regular bank
ing hours will find it convenient to visit the
UNION SAYINGS BANK,
1222 F St, N. W.,
which is open EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
betwoen the hours of 6 and 3.
(Four per cent interest on savings
SILSBY & COMPANY
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
METROPOLITAN BANK BUILDING,
Fifteenth street, opposite Treasury.
MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD COLLATERAT
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK BCILDING,
f Corner 7th St and Pa. Ato.
Telephone, 511. mMS-Xj
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