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THE WASHXN&TCm TIMES, MOIST DAY, OCTOBEU 1. 189.
Everyday one ol our customers Is
presented with a pair of shoes FREE
In addition we soil for
Shoeswalch will cost you .00 or $3.50
Extraordinary Bargains To-day
Ladies' Button Shoes, sizes 1 to 3,
(which used to sell for $2.50 to S-i.00),
THE WARREN SHOE ROUSE,
GEO. W. RICH.
919 F STREET,
Live Well and I
2 Save Money J
' By Trading at the I
1 EMRICH 9
BEEF CO.'S J
9 MARKETS. 9
& Main Market and Grocery,
f 1306-1312 32d St.
S057 M St. K. W. 21st and K Sts. N. W. V
ft 2uth St & Pa ave ". W.
Y 13tnSt.JcN.Y avcN.W. V
a KJh and M Sts. N. W. 5th and I Sts. N.W. Q
V d&Ind.ave.N.W. 17JSth X W. V
A JTCGMthSt N.W. 4th and I Sts. N.W. A
i I ling, Extracting
A specialty with us. Gunr-
anteed absolutely painless
Extracting with gass or with
our solution Mte. This solu-
tlon wlien rubbed on tlio gums
-produces an entire insensibil-
ity to pain, yet leaves the pa-
tient fully conscious
Fillinc from 75? up
AMERICAN DENTAL ASS'N,
COR. 7TH AND E STS. KW.
Over the Atlantic and Pacific Co.s Store.
ARCHIBALD M. BLISS
o o o EaBt Washington Heights, Just off
o o o the Pennsylvania axenue esten
o o o sion across the Eastern Branch.
o o o The healthiest and prettiest sub
o o o urban site in the District. Very
o o o choice lots on the easiest of terms.
o o o Money advanced to build repaya
o o o ble in installments. Apply on
o o o grounds to OVERLOOK ESN.
There Is but one Peerless Credit Sys
temit's OrRS and it is the 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 simple
promise to pay not a note to sign not
a penny of interest.
Get what furniture and carpets you
need and pay us for them a little at a
time weokly or monthly as you please.
You'll find our credit prices just as
low and In many Instances lower
than the cash prices in other stores.
We make and lay all carpet free of cost
no charge for waste in matching
riush or Haircloth Parlor Suite
Solid Oak Bed Room Suite, $13.
Splendid Brussels Carpet, 60a per
Reliable Ingrain Carpet, 35c per
carpet made and laid free of
No charge for waste in matching
Solid Oak Extension Table, 13150.
40-pound Hair Mattress, $7.
"Woven Wiro Springs, $1.75.
K9-f 21S 7th Street Northwest,
Bet oen H and I Streets.
Written tor THE TIMES.
As Jack Bodkin entered his oozy little
Aouse on a hot summer afternoon, ho was
met in the hall by his daintily attired young
Wile with this announcement:
'0h, Jack, Aunt Chloe leaves ns to-morrow
morning. She had -word to-day that her fam
ily down in the country are all sick, and
fcwon't it be lovely? I can learn to keep houso
while she is away. You know I don't know
anything about the mysteries of housekeep
"Ips," interrupted Jack, "I am perfectly
aware of that fact, to my sorrow. I haven't
quu forgotton those biscuits you tried to
manufacture when Annie, our other cervant,
was away: and the pot pie! Whew! do you
remember that? We had to pay the ash man
to carry it away."
'Oh, Jack, I think you are real cruel! I
tried bo hard to please you. Try me once
THE SHOPPERS' GUIDE
Consult to-day's Times for full details
Plymouth Rock Pants Co. Suits, 513.25;
Pants, 3; Topcoats.S10.25.
The Julius Lansburgh Furniture and Car
pet Co. Furniture, Carpets, Upholstery,
etc., on Cash or Credit at Special Prices.
Wilictt ic Kuoff Dunlap Fifth-Avenue
Grosan Choice Plush or Haircloth Par
lor Suite. $22.50; Solid Oak Bedroom Suite
George Spransy Best values in new S10
Fall and Winter Suits in town.
Keen's Highland Capes.
Emrich Hccf Co. Prices at what it costs
others to buy.
Warren Shoe House E very day one cus
tomer gets a pair of shoes free.
.Millard Price & Co. Eggs.
G. Warficld Simpson Imported trouser
ings, $10. Trousers S8 up.
Henry Franc &. Son Laundry work free.
James "V. Davis' Sons Umbrellas for
ladies and men.
Moore's Shoe Palace Leaders of low
Wood, Harmon &. Co Lots from S50 to
E.F. Droop & Sons Special sale of Pianos
from October 1 to October 0.
Johnston's Silver candle-sticks, ma
jolica pitchers, vases, gold-band cups and
M. Dyrenforth &. Co. Fall stock of suits,
overcoats, and trousers ready for inspec
tion. Lansburgh & Fro. Nicely framed pic
tures in white enameled wood, onl 21c.
Robinson. Chcry A Co. Best $3 derby
Hominy and cream.
Omelet with chopped tongue.
Hot rolls. Coffee.
Baked stuffed ham.
Baked potatoes. Biscuit.
Cake. Stewed pears.
Little neck clams.
Beef a la moda
Succotash. Sweet potatoes.
Apple meringue pic.
Fruit Cheese. Coffee.
Baked Stuffed Ham.
Wash the ham well, put in a pot of hot
water, and let it boil three hours. When
Is the PriGE
For your choice of
one of those fine
framed in White
Choice of many
lend an effective
ness to your home
at the smallest
7c. for Cucumber Juice
420, 422, 424, 426 7th St.
more, won't you please? I am just delighted
at the thought of keeping house all by our
slves. It will bo nothing but fun."
"Please let me get fairly into the house be
fore you proceed with your story, won't you?"
said the tantalizing Jack.
The odor of Aunt Chloe's savory dinner of
tomato soup and roast duck was very ap
petizing, and as Mr. Bodkin seated himself at
the table a few moments later opposite his
little wife, he remarked: "Well, proceed
with your story, little Miss Mab."
"Why, you see Jack, dear, just after you
loft home this morning Chloe received the
word, and she has been cleaning the entire
house and baking enough to last a month or
more, and don't you think it will be a nice
opportunity for me to learn to keeu house?"
"All right, agreed." said Jack, with a
smile. "Big housekeeping I must say, every
thing all ready, and In order," he said, under
his breath. "Let me see, we will take our
dinners down at the Trentmore, ami I will
sort of help you get on the breakfasts. You
know I 3erved an apprenticeship in the
kitchen about a year before I mot you.
Mother would eat no cooking but mine dur
ing her last illness. I guess we'll pull
through, little woman."
Things went very smoothly for a week or
more. Mrs. Bodkin could not understand
what Aunt Chloe found to busy herself about
nearly cold take off the skin, make a rich
dressing of one loaf of baker's bread, three
large onions chopped fine, one largftjnble
spoonful of butter, one teaspoonful of colery
seod, one of ground sago, ono of thyme, a
plentiful supply of salt and pepper to taste.
Make deep incisions in the ham and fill thorn
with the dressing in such a wav that when
cut each slice may have some oTTEhe dressing
in it. Beat two eggs well, mix with cracker
crumbs, and spread over the top; then sprinkle
over that a little brown sugar. Bake slowly
for two and a hnlf or three hours, basting
frequently with the juico that runs from the
"The Times' " Fashion Hints.
A walking dress for n young matron of
"Bourotte Travors," the nnme of another
new cloth of woven silk and worsted (smooth
surface) and made very simply, being trimmed
with plain silk braid. The sleeves hare inreo
puffs graduating in size as they reach the el
bow, where thov end in a long, tight cuff of
the material. The basque hits something of
a coat effect and is tnmmea with the braid.
Braid forms the outlines of an overskirt. the
skirt being made quite full in the back. The
same dress can bo made to look just as stylish
in different material, such a serge, diagonal,
cheviot, or a handsome tweed is both useful
Its Observance in Assembly's Pr .yte
riannndE. St. Baptist Sunday-schools.
Bally day was appropriately celebrated
yesterday by the scholars, teachers, and
officers of the Assembly's Church Sunday
school. All 'the scholars gathered in the main
schoolroom and the pastor, Bev. George 0.
Little. I). D., reviewed the lessons of the last
quarter. At tho conclusion of the review two
of the Sunday-school boys. Masters Lamson
and Kimball, sang a duet. Supt. McBath
announced that rollcall was next on the pro
gramme, and Secretary Shane proceeded to
call the classes and names.
Out of a total membership of about 300, 171
responded yesterday, and tho superintendent
was much pleased at the success of rallying
day in bringing out such a largo number of
scholars. The prospects are favorable for a
continuous and steady growth of Assembly's
school, and it is thought that on the next
rallying day tho number of pupils who re
spond to the rollcall will be twice as large as
that of yesterday.
Tho Sunday-school of E Street Baptist
Church is one of the largest nnd most success
ful institutions of its character in Washing
ton. There are at present more than 300
pupils enrolled and nearly all of them were
present yesterday, when rallying day was ob
served. The exercises were of the samo general
character as those in other schools, aud con
sisted of a review of last quarter's Sunday
school lessons by tho superintendent, a short
talk explaining the objects of observing tho
day, and calling tho roll. There was also
singing of several Gospel choruses by the
Upon the conclusion of roll-call it was found
that more than two-thirds of the entire mem
bership, including several classes of elderly
ladies and gentlemen, had responded, and
Supt. Bichnrds declared it was among the
largest gatherings in tho history of the E
Street Baptist Sunday-school.
O'REILLY On Sunday, September l,lS3i,at 11
a.m., John A., eldest son of Thomas nndMnry E.
O'Reilly, aged ten years one month and twenty
Funeral from his parents' residence, No. 11 M
street northwest, to-morrow (Tuesday) morning
at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. 2t
PARTNER WANTED IN A FLOURISHING
county paper in the West; growing city of
3,500; about JS00 to S1,000; a good bargain; only
those meaning business need apply. Address
A. B. H., this office. se30-3t
WANTED TO INSURE YOUR PAR b NTS IP
under 80. We pny 100 such claims yearly.
It's a safe investment for younger people. I. B.
A., 32 Ohio Bank Building. sep29-3t
WANTED TWO EXPERIENCED INSUH
ance solicitors. Nine Al policies, including
applicants under SO. Call at 32 Ohio Bank Build
ing, 9 to 10.30 or 4 to 5. sop29-3t
WANTED WASH'N ENDOWMENT ASS'N
members' names. Wo will reinsure you if
under SO at moderate cost: besides it's safe.
L 13. A., 32 Ohio Bank BIdg., 4 to 5 p. m. sep29-3t
LADIES I RECOMMEND CRAYON POR
trait making to persons wishing profitable
homo work; it is easily, quickly, and cheaply
learned. For terms, &c, addross ARTIST, 80G
11th st. nw. se28-7t
WANTED IT KNOWN-J. E. BRENNER, 409
Warner street, cures smoking chimneys,
makes latrobes, ranges, and furnnces. Gives
satisfaction or no charge. Spouting and job
work. Prices rock bottom. se2G-7t
WANTED POLICEMEN AND FRIENDS IN
terested in "Times" watch contest learn
something to your advantage at Room 33, Warder
Building, 9th and F sts. se-5-tf
WANTED ALL BEER DRINKERS TO CALL
at Bush's new place, 817 7th st nw., and
get a nico cold bottlo of beer for 5 cents.
WANTED THE PUBLIC TO KNOW THAT I
have opened a branch store with a full
line of birds, cages, foed. aquariums, gold fish,
and pet animals at 1221 Pa. avo.; main store, 712
12th st. n. w SCIIMID. Jo23-3tno
all day, when she hnd nothing to do after
the breakfast dishes were washed but to read,
practice on her banjo, and sing.
Mr. Bodkin came home ono evening with a
letter that caused some little commotion. It
was from his eldest brother, aud read:
Dear Old Fkiend: I havo Joined the regular
Army. In other words,! have taken unto myself
a wife. Not ono of your gay little butterflies,
but a real helpmeet. (Jack paused for a mo
ment to remark, "I suppose he has reference to
that butterfly of a JIadgo Proctor he was en
gaged to at ono time ' ) Don't put yourselves out
in the least to entertain us, tor we will only drop
in for a few days at most. You may look for us
to-morrow at 2. Telegraph if not convenient to
entertain. Yours, &c, Haktwell.
Mr. Bodkin's last words as he left the house
next morning were: "Now, Mab. dear, don't
you do an extra thing to-day, for I want you
to look j'our best when they come. You re
member Hart has never seen you."
Mr. Bodkin had scarcely closed the door be
hind him ere the little lady had her plans all
made. "It will be such a pleasant surprise
for Jack to come home and And tho house in
order, and a nice lunch on tho table," she
said, softly humming her favorite air, and
keeping time with her dainty slippered little
foot. "Yes; I will go to work this minute;
there will bo plenty of time to do it all before
2. Aunt Chloo is so slow; it takes her forever
and a day just to clean up these two parlors.
New York Ave., Bet. 13th and 14th Sts. 9
Now Prepared to Show one of the LARGEST AND 1
MOST COMPLETE LINES OF I
Furniture, Carpets? J
Portieres, Wall Paper, Etc, 1
9 IN THE CITYI
X Our seventeen years' experience in the FURNITURE, r
CARPET, and UPHOLSTERY BUSINESS IN WASH- X
1 INGTON has taught ns the wants of the trade; and in
I selecting our NEW FALL STOCK we have been guided
accordingly. We have bought nothing but GOOD, RE- n
X LIABLE GOODS, such as we can SAFELY RECOM- I
I MEND. Our AIM-is to PLEASE you, and to give you 1
X VALUE RECEIVED. We extend to all a CORDIAL X
a INVITATION to inspect our stock and get our prices,
L itrli (it'll ft -tTfin otp rporhr fr rii"t--1-iic rr t-nt- A
V -ar i,ii rv tx'Vtt
We shall offer on MONDAY a FEW SPECIALTIES
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q ucmiy uuuuic luc jjih-c wc iiiivc LUiiucu. upuii mem lor our
1 Lot SOLID OAK CHAMBER SUITES,
aiirror in uresser. worm -jau.
Our Price for Monday, $15.75.
1 Lot PARLOR SUITES, five pieces, Mahogany finished frames, upholstered in
Silk Tapestry. Regular price, 430.
Special Price Monday, $18-50.
1 Lot 4-FT. SOLID OAK SIDEBOARDS. "Worth $25.
? Special Monday, $15.75.
V i Lot SOLID OAK CHIFFONIERS, Hand Tolished, Five Large Drawers. "Would
bo cheap at 10.
Our Special Price Monday, S6.35.
250 BEST QUALITY MOQUETTE RUGS, size 6 ft.33 ft. Usual price, $6.00.
Special Monday, $3.45.
10 pieces of UPHOLSTERY GOODS,
been $1, $1.25, 61.50, and $2 per yard.
your unoice ivionaay, to uents.
125 pair NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS. Priqe, $1.25 per pair.
Price Monday, 70 Cents.
The Juli us Lansburgh
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FOR SALE HOUSES.
SO (i(( WILL BUY 1104 II ST. NE., S
tJjUUv rooms and bath, cellar, latrobes,
swor, water, and pas; lot 10.6x100 to alloy; key
103 11th st. no. STLRGES & MOoRE.OOG F st. nw.
FOR SALE EASY TERMS NEARLY" NEW;
bay window, brick, 7 rooms, bath, cellar,
furnace, and all mod. imp: uenr II st; new cable
road. Must be sold. Ad. C. OWNER, this ofllce.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
1747 lSth st n wml 15JS5 00 1313 C st sw 6115.30
1761 P st nw in i.. 13 67 CO 717 Bismarck st
lliOOthstnwmL 15 COW) nw mi. 7 15.00
12 13th stswmi. 13 45 00 1034 Superior st
142233d stnwini. 10 35.00 nw 815.00
11339th stnw nil 9 35.00 922 Whitney av
141010th stnwini 9 30.50 nw 815.00
448 K "st nw m i.. 9 2S.50 1002 N J av nw. . G 14.00
733 Irvin st nw 2010 list nw3df. 3 13.00
mi 9 25.00 5 Scott ave nw.. 612.50
17231'aav nw2d 92i Fst sw
and 3d floors.. G 23.00 400 L st bo
4094th stneml. 7 22.50 C03 lltli st ne....
1740Gthstnvrmi 7 2250416 11 th stsw.
801 E st sw mi .. 7 22.50 Hartford st, S.
G 12 03
2518 7th stnw ml 7 22.30 Brookland..... G 10.00
4551st st semi.. 7 21 50G40Summorstnw 5 10.50
ISNCavsomi. 7 21.50 162912th st no.. 51030
11179th stnw ml 7 21.002514 0th bt nw... 510.00
811 E stsw ml... 7 20 50 416Iststse 5 8.00
1420 T st nw m L 620.301128 F st ne 5 10.00
S0G E st nw 2d f.. 3 20 00 1526 Roseudale
933 G st sw m 1... 720.00 st ne 510.00
1725 Pa av nw 2d ?C21 I st nw. 4 9.30
&3d f 6 20.00 1005 3d stnw 2d f
C03 L st ne mi... 9 16.00 830 Farragut st
315519thstnw.. 7 16.40, nw
1227 1st no mi.. 71G.S0I
920 Whitney av nw $35.00 Cor. 1st & N sis sw
17251'anvnw 23.00 store and dwlg.. 812.00
'2180 8th stnw..... 8.00
Rear 1313 13th st
So side Wator st sw.J4.00
Rear 215 4J4 stnw... 3.00
Rear 349 Wilson st
sopS0-3t A. S. CAYWOOD, 933 9th st nw.
FOR RENT C-ROOM BRICK HOUSE, 414 F
St. nw., $23.50; also 2 4-room nlley houses,
409 and 411 Hollidge court, bet. 4th and 5th sts.
and O and P nw., 10 per month. HARVEY
SPAULDING, 601 M st nw. se-5-lm
PARTNER WANTED IN HOTEL AND RES
taurnnt: old established house; small cap
ital required; excellent chance for a business
man. Address at once, HOTEL, this offlco.
GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO INVEST.
Dining-room, centrally locatod and doing
good business; good reapon for selling.
se30-3t Address Box 131, this office.
Let me see; I believe she sets everything out
in the hall; I can do that in a minute."
With this she proceeded to business, array
ing herself in Aunt Cholo's clean sweeping
cap nnd apron. At this juncture the front
door bell rang, but it was ouly dear little Mrs.
Draper to take Mrs. Bodkin for a charming
drive in the fresh morning air. But the par
lors by this time were in sueh dire confusion
that it was impossible for her to think of
After pushing the heavy sweeper around for
some half hour or more, Mrs. Hodkin found
her hands blistered, but congratulated herself
that she was able to sweep without raisiugthe
dust that Aunt Chole did. "I think I will
leave all these things here in tho hall until I
get lunch started. It is only a little aftor 8
o'clock." she said, glancing nt the dainty
marble clock that had not been running for
six months. "I think I will make some of
those simple lunch cakes Chole makes that
Jack is so fond of. Won't he be pleased? I
wonder where the eggs nro? This rule calls
for two," she said as she rollod up her
sleeves in a very business-liko way.
"I remember now there are none in the
house. Jack says they are awful dear I
wouldn't wonder if they were a dollar or
more a dozen. The cakes, I think, will be
just as good without any. The rule calls for
a half cup of butter that seems a great deal
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xvvery one oi mem worm
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finely finished, 24x30, French Plato Bevel
suitable for furniture covering. Prices havo 0
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rpiIE GREAT CONTEST CLOSES.
Thousands of people will bo at tho Basebnll
House, 1523 7th st, MONDAY NIGHT, to see the
solution of puzzle nnd watching with anxiety to
know who will get that valuable diamond ring
ALL INFORMATION ABOUT REPAIRING
left with mo can be had at 327 Pennsylva
nia ave. bo. (next door). HENRY SCHMINICE.
FOR BENT SUBURBAN.
HOUSES FOR RENT; CHOICE HOUSES AND
lots for sale on easy terms, at Brookland, D.
C. GRACE M. THOMAis,
se2S-7t 100 Corcornn Building.
FOR RENT E00MS
O UNFURNISHED ROOMS on 2D AND 3RD
O floors of 913 D st. nw ; water and gas; reason
able terms. For further information applv to
L. P. SHOfcMAKER, 920 F st nw. ocl-3t
"VflCELY FURNISHED ROOMS ON SECOND
XS floor with board, in private family, for gen
tlomeu or man and wife, near Capitol and cable
cars; references. 217 Third street southeast
T70R RENT NICELY FURNISIIED FRONT
rooms in very desirable location in new cor
ner house. Terms moderate. Call after 4:30 p.
in., at 100O N street northwest. sep30-3t
FOR RENT THREE NICELY FURNISHED
rooms in family of three adults. Prices 5,
$S, and S9 per month, south front; to gentlemen
only. C34 B st N. E. References required.
Furnished room: 1118 New York avenue; heat
and gas, $10 per mouth; gentleman preferred.
FOR RENT A COSIFORTABLY FURNISHED
front room; suitable for ono or tuo young
men; terms, 810 per month. 2132 Pa. ave.
FOR RENT 210 1ST ST. NE, 2D AND 3D
floors; furnished or unfurnished; single or
on suite; steam heat; largo closets; opeu fire
place; near Capitol and all car lines. sc26-7t
Handsome office rooms in The Times
Building; moderate rent. Apply in Counting-room,
FOE SALE BICYCLES.
FOR SALE CRESCENT NO. 1 BICYCLE; THIS
year's make; used but little; in perfect con
dition; lamp; bell; rubber mud guard, etc. Call
at 8 a. m. or 5:30 p. m., 922 1 st nw. seSO-'it
FOR SALE FARMS.
GARDEN FAR51S ON RIVER, NEAR CITY
aud railroad, sold on 55 monthly payments;
advantages unsurpassed. Apply to GEORGE T.
KELVIN, Annapolis, Md. Jy3-cod,3mo
when butter is so high. I wouldn't bo sur
prised if it was twenty cents a pound. I am
sure it will pleaso Jack if I economize nnd
only use a quarter of a cup. Jack says the
country is in a terrible condition from lack of
economy nnd waste. I think I will put tho
tea to soak now. I wonder if hnlf a cup will
be enough? Tea is so light. I think Jack
takes that amount of coffee in the morning
for two, but let me see, there will bo four at
lunch. I think I will bo on the safe side and
take three-quarters of a cup. Jack says he
never likes to be scrimped when wo havo
company. I am not going to build up that
range fire until tho cakes are all ready to set
in. I think Aunt Ohloe keeps unnecessary
fire this hot weather. I believe there will bb
time for me to take a little nap, it is just
noon and I am getting so exhausted."
As Mrs. Bodkin renched up to set fhopan of
questionable looking cakes on tho pantry
shelf down came a can of lard, completely
covering her with tho liquid grease aud fall
ing with a crash that so frightened her that
she sank down on tho kitchen floor, weeping
bitterly over her great misfortune. What
could she do? Not a particle of hot water in
tho house! After a little deliberation she de
cided to lie down on the dining-room sofa for
a few moments to collect her thoughts, and
had soon forgotten her troubles in sleep.
At 2 p. m. Mr. Bodkia fitted his latchkey
Grasp the Opportunity
While you havo the chance, and secure one or more of those very choice Iota which
wo have left at Beautiful Columbia Park Tor 30 and up. Cash or installments.
THESE ABE "WITHOUT A DOUBT THE VEKY CHOICEST LOTS vVE ETEB HAD.
So don't miss this Grantt Opportunity. Fifteen of them, that's all that t Jeitinthta
beautiful subdivision. Just think a lot for 30on two railroads, tho Great ami Only
Pennsylvania B. B. and Chesapeake B. R. (now building through the Park). Qly
Fifteen minnte3 ride from tbe city, and G cents commutation tore. AIX HIGH
GBOUND. NO SWAMPS. NO MAI.ARIA. Puro watwr and air. Large shade
trees. Only a few blocks from station. THIS IS POSITIVELY: YOUB LAST
CHANCE, so don't bo too late. The trains leave to-day at lhf5 a. m. and 4:20 p. m.
from Sixth Street Depot.
Circulars and Tickets at olHco, 623 F street northwest and from our agant3 at
Defendable Eggs. Eggs
that you know beforehand will
prove delicious eating. Eggs
that are newly laid. Eggs that
enterprising grocers sell. In
sist on having "Price'seggs.
A Well-Served Dinner
Sharpens tho appotite and makes tho eating doublr enJoyaWo. Wft're fast buiidiacai
Unviable reputation on the excellence of our dinners. Beat of ovwrytMnc axqulsUnly
ecoked and woll served. Wo're making a specialty of early dinners from ll a, in. to 2 p.
m. A splendid dinner for only 20 cents. Late dinners, 3U cents. From Ei to 7. cu can
not eat Kood meals and ray 'ess for them anywhere.
Pennsylvania Avenue. Near Sixth
GENTLEMEN'S FINE CIIOTIlINCr MADE TO
order ou liberal termsof credit; office hours,
9 a. in. to 3:30 p. m as
se30-7t 1003 F st. nw., roonlso and 6.
"7ILL YOU PAY JSO A YEAR FOR $600 IN
11 10 years? "We oiler tbe chaiwe ami Insure
your life besides L B. A., 32 Ohio Bank BIdg.
J to 10.30; 4 to 5. sepS--
OWNERS OR AGENTS HAVING FUR. HOUSE
tboy wish enrwl for coming winter by re
sponsible party call on Dr. SIJiuNDS, Room 20,
Atlantic Building. se5-3t
A f JlE. BROOKE TELLS ALL THE EVENTS OF
Hi lii'o. All business -ontlJenliaL Ladles nnd
gentlemen, 50c. each. Hours,9 a. in. to 'J p. m.
005 N. Y. ave. nw., near 6th st. se29-2w
407 C Street Northwest.
OFFICE HOURS, 10 TO 1, 6 TO S.
ItiJME. FRANCIS nAS RETURNED AND
i.t! would be glad to see ber friends at 406 E.
Cap st. Sittings daily from 9 to 3.
TTIIIAT MORE BO YOU WANT IN THIS
t world thnn full value for your money? W
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613 D st. nw. selO-tf
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CLA V. oldest esarllsned adi riismit clairvoyant
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to 9 p. m.; open SunJays. 4b9 H street, between
Four-and-a-half and Sixth sts. s.w. au5-lm
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v sea salt and sulphur baths; electric and
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SA1CA1I WAYCOTT, 7C2 13th st. nw. Open Sun
pAPITAL STEAM LAUNDRY M. A. WEAVER,
KJ proprietor, 512 Eighth stnw. Telephone 1613.
Laundry work in all its branches neatly exe
cuted at reasonable rates.
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Telephone 44. Office 1423 Fst n.w.
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PROPOSAL FOR CONSTRUCTING SCHOOL
house Office of the Commissioners, Wash
ington, D. C, September 25, 1S94 Sealed pro
posals will be received at this office until 2 p. m,
onv CTOBER3, 1S94, for constructing r. two-story,
eight-room sehoolhouse on lots 9 and 10, square
1042, E street, betweeh Thirteenth and Four
teenth streots southeast Blank forms of pro
posals and specifications together with al neces
sary information can be obtained upon applica
tion therefor at the offlce of the inspector o
buildings of the District of Columbia, and only
bids upon these forms will be considered. Tho
right is reserved to reject any ana all bids.
JOHN W RO?S, GEORGE TRUESDELL, CHAs.
F POWELL, Comrnissicuers. se2tMt-exS
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SECOND-HAND
S. D. HOUCK,
sepl3-lmo 301 10th st nw.
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
433 .hloventh st nw.
. EGAL BLANKS. LAW PRINTING.
JU THE LAW REPORTER COMPANY
.Printers and Stationers
518 Fifth t ix w M W MOORE. Manages.
into the door and quietly entered. "Great
Scott!" ho Declaimed. "What has that little
woman been doing? I never sawflia hall in
such dire confusion before. Slab, where aro
you?" hti called, ns he entered the dining-room,
but seeing her asleep on the sofa attired In Aunt
Chloe's cap and apron guessed the cause and
kept quiet. 3Ir. Iiodkm stood looking at his
pretty child-wife for a moment, pitying her
inexperience, she looked so tired mm sad,
with tear stains on her flushed face, and then
went quietly to work arranging tho parlors,
and by tho time 3lrs. Bodkin awoko those
rooms," at least, were in a very presentable
"Jack, .where are they?" sho moaned, as
Mr. Bodkin a little later entered the dining
room. "Don'r. you worry little woman, they aro
away up in tho mountains by this time. I
had a telegram to that effect, and that's" what
I am homo for now to tell you. Now tell me
what yon have been up to. Where did you
get the sweeper, and where is the brush?"
"Indeed. Jack, I don't know aaytbing
about a brush."
'-Let me see your hands blistered, of
course. How did 3ou manage to drag that
heavy sweeper around," said Mr. Bodkin
"Oh, I see now why I didn't raise any
dust," said the unsophisticated Mab. "I
MILLARD PRICE &G0c,
944 LOUlSiana ave, ?Sn Telephone.
C. M. EMRICH,
ALBAUGIPS GRAND OPERA HOCSE.
Edw. 1L AUeu .Manager
OCT. 7. SINGERS
Seat now on sale at Box OtScc.
Reserved seats, S& and 50 cent?.
K ERXAN'S LYCEUM THEATER.
All this weet
JOHN F. FIELDS' DRAWING CARDS,
FIELDS AND HANf-ON,
Tbe originators of Mneicai Comedy.
Next Week WEBEK & FIELDS OWN COM
"TETZEROTT 3IUSIC HALL.
Positively one weei only, commencing MON
DAY EVENING, OCTOBER L
W, VL Fay,
In tbeir vrorld-renowed mystertoaa seances,
In his unique entertainment,
MUhie, song and yruRY.
Pictortetty illustrated. Matinees Wednesday
and batardy. Prices 30c, 75c., and $1. Seats
now sale at Metxerott's Music Store.
VTEW NATIONAL THEATER.
JJi ETery evening. Wed. and Sat. Matinees.
Hoyt's Latest and Greatest Success,
K MILK WHITE FLHG
Nex t WeekDonnelly and Girard
A CADEMY. Prices. 25c. , 50c. , 75c, and L
j-j- Jivexj xtmuig, itcu. auu cul Jiiumem
Mr. and Mrs.
AMERICA'S OWN MAGICIAN&
Next week The Ensign.
BUTLER'S NEW BIJOU THEATER.
Popular prices 15, 25, 30, ajid 73c.
Ladies' and Children's Matinee Tuesday, Thurs
day, and Saturday.
This week the People's Irish Favorite,
DAN. MCCARTHY, and Hfe Great Company.
Presenting THE PRIDE OF MAYO. RAMBLER.
FROM CLARE, and THE CRUfeKEEN LAWN.
Next week THE bTJLL ALARM. se30-7t
LBAUGH'S GRAND OPERAHOfat
Edw. H. Allen .Manager.
Evenings at 3. Wednesday and Saturday Mat
inees at 2L Prices 25, 50, 73c, 1 and 3150.
Carriages may be ordered at 10:90.
The only high-class vaudeville
BOSTON HOWARD ATHENAEUM
STAR SPECIALTY CO.
Next Week MAKIE WATNWKIGHT ia
DAUGHTER OF E."
OLD DOMINION JOCKEY CLUB
on tbe grounds of the
Grange Camp Association of
Five races will be run each. day. First raca at
2.30 P. M.
Trains wlH leave SIxtb Street Depot at 1158
and 1.40 p.m. Returning at5.10 and 5. 40 p. in
Improper characters Trill not be admitted.
- 50 Cents.
GENTLEMEN'S DRIVING PARK POOLS
SOLD and BOOKING ON ALL RACING
EVENTS. Trains leave B. and P. depot at 9:43
and 11 :50 a. m. . 1230, 1:40, and 330 p. m. Fifteen
minutes to Alexandria D-iying Park station,
near Alexandria. Va. - Transportation re
funded to ail patrons. au!S-3m
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MONEY LOANED ON STOCKS, BONDS,
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n. w. Jel-toi
-ONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FUR-
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In your possession; terras easy; lowest
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Please call on
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO..
60e F st nw.. main Hook fy3-3rao
HOTEL PITNEY. ATLANTIC CITY, N J
N. Y". ave.. bet Pacific aal Beach; mod.
conv.; $1.50 to 32L38 per day; 47 to 4K per weei.
HOTEL FLORIDA.PACTFIC. BST. N.Y. AND
Tenn. avos.; mod. conv.; J1.29 to t per day;
i to $10 per week; bat to Mon.,$175. CHARLES
J. DENTLER. Jyt-tf
didn't have any brash in," and she laughed
merrily. Jack joining ia.
"Oh. Jack, I am awfully afraid vou will
scold when you see the Kitchen. Ill help you
clean up; indeed I will."
As they entered the kitchen together Mab
looked like a veritable etilptit, easting side
long glances at Jack, who was trying to look:
"My conscience, Mab. what's this in tha
"Oh, that's the tea I pt to soak. Do you
think there is too much?" ..
"Oh, no, by no means. When wo take our
trip around the world we can bottle it up and
carry it along. I am sure of one thing; is
will Hold out," replied the sareastie Jack.
While they stood thinking what steps were,
best to take to get rid of the grease thero
cam a ring at the basement beJl, and when
Jack responded what was his delight and as
tonishment to Uud faithful Anal Chloe calmly
awaiting admittance. He was so beside him
self with joy that he actually embraced tha
dear old creature.
The Bodkins have closed their house, and
for the remainder of the s ease act at the sea
shore that Mrs. Bodkin may regain her lost
neaitn ana vigor after her ardooos- home-
keeping experience. Maby C. Hamilton.