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THE EVENING TIMES. TtTJESPA AtJi&TLTgT 20, lay.
flnn flnnf- PER'
One Cent wftHV
KoadTrtiMmst teas toast 10 J.
UllU UOIII WORD
Jto 4TTtlsaustt tosj .thai J Oj.
IoadvrtlsSMat tea than 10a.
Ku'advsrtlsams'nt lesi than 10
Koadvertlsstnsnt less than 10
One Cent A ;
Keadvsrtlsement Ins than 10
NodTrtfmt Ims tha iO.
DUNCANSON BROS .AUCTIONEERS.
SEAL, EUTA'lE IOTKB AT AUCTION.
Yi vrl r n nf i mH ft t r rt11fi tTfi 1 nnta
f I fluted July 24, 1894, default bavins been
f made In tbo fame, there -will be Fold at
! , the auction rooms of Duncaneon Brothers,
I ' corner 9lb and D streets norttiweEt.Warh
Ington. 1). C on SATURDAY, THE 24TH
l)AY OF AUGUST, A. D., 1865, AT ONB
'L O'CLOCKP. M..tbccollatcral named tbere
I In viz. Two notes of C. A. McEucn, dated
l September 26th, lb93, lor JCOO each, pay
I able In tbree years, with interest, and se
l .cured by deed of trust upon lots 1 to 80
' both Inclusive. Block 8, Marshall, D. C.
I All persons interested pleare take notice.
, Terms cajb. 3y ordariof tbo bolder oft
. DUNCANSON BROS
POTOMAC DAY A new place op
posite Wlikerton s; beautifully located
forsummcr boarding; boating, bathing, fish
Ins, etc.; tab's abundantly funiished; terms
low. C C. WILKERSON, Prop .
Jy30-lmo Colonial Beach, Va.
WOODLAWH. Rockvllle. Mil.; with
all modern conveniences; lighted with
pas. baths, etc f large moms and shaded
1 1 lawns; terms moderate; $1 50 per day, $7
to $10 per week. MRS-M J COLXEY.
MONEY TO LOAH.
H. It. FULTON'S Loan Orrtce, 1218
l'a ave. nw. Established In 1870.
Mone loii.cd ou watched, diamonds, jew
elry, silverware, etc Special liargalus la
w alUics, Jew elry, and silverware. au20-Cm
NO COIWIHI&SION ijlOO.OOO to
loan In Hiinl) turns oil iuf laLment plan,
ot lea tlicv-i 6 rer cent. J. T. H. HALL,
721 irth st nw , Agent Granite State
Prov'dent Ass ciation. tf
MONET to loan ou bunds, stocks, tlusts.
loan association ceitificates. and old
line life insurance policies; no delay.
YERKE8 A BAKER,
, . 40 to 4GMelzeiottBldg.
MONE X" TO LOAN-ln large sums,
-, or as low as $1,000, at 5 and 0 per
'cent, ou D. C. leal estate; also S250,$5U0,
$750, etc .at G per cent. VV1L A. SAUN-
UEliS & CO , 1407 r st. tf
' MONEY o loan at 5 and 0 per cent.
on Disliict of Columbia realty; no
xelay it secuiity Is satisfactory.
WALTER U. ACKER, 704 14th nw
CONCERNING LOANS ASD INTMT.
MENTS" Read this booklet carefully
before birrowingorlnvcstlng: callaadget
c. cop) free & H. WARNER ICO, 816
P st. nir. " m28-3mo
' MO.Nt-T TO LOAN An classes or real
mstate Iun mndo with promptness nt cur
tint rates. TUG VcLACIlLEN REAL
ESTATE A'D LOAN COUPAMY. cor
ccr loih and O strvLts nw. nU
"S'T'IIiKEAKEOTHRRy INTHE PlONTnla
X bislneis. but Itw concerns Use Th ImM
'Btpcrtor Company, of U1 Fifth street nortk-
West Toull Sndlt poaltiTcnUaC tatrmds
Jure. Salt. It. W UOOKE, Mgr.
JUST VECEIVED rino lot young Cu
ban panrts, guaranteed to talk; also
monkeys, cat (tries, mocking btnls, gold
fish, dogs, be fancy pigeons. SCHMID'S,
712 12th st. i w., branch 1221 Pa. ava
Filed August 17, 1895. J. R. Young,
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
The 17th day of August, 1895.
Stewart E. Shepherd vs. Mamie C. Shep
herd. No. 1G.G58. Docket 39.
On rrotion ot the plaint irr, by Mr. Sam
uel 1). Trultt, his solicitor, it ts ordered
that defendant, Mamie C. Shepherd, cause
her appearance to be entered herein on or
before the first rule day occurring forty
days after this day; otherwise the cause
will be proceeded with as in case of de
fault. The object ot this suit Is for absolute
divorce on the ground of desertion. This
order to be published in the Washington
Law Reporter and the Washington Times,
as required by rule of court.
By the Court.
CHAS. C. COLE, Asso. Justice.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE 629 7th St. e , business
place, with stable; $2,EG0; look at it;
cheap; SG0O cash, balance to suit. JOHN
F.DONOUOE.308 E.Cap.st- au20-3t
BTATlOa CORNER OF tUXTU ANI n
rrct lune 28. IRTV
S1 A M. PENNSYLVANIA LlMITED-FaD,
mau Slceplcc. Diulnj. bnoUnj, u4 Obseis
vstion Cars H&rrUburc to Chlcsco, Clachw
OBti, IndisnaiKills, St, Loots, CItTelsniI, uvj
Toledo. Bullet Parlor Cor to Usxrlsburc
JD)A..M. FAST LLNE PuUmaa ButrstFatw
lor Lsr to llsrrlsburr. Parlor sad Dlalaa
Cars, llsrrlshurc to Pittsburg.
I! P. II. CHIUAUO AND ST. LOOP) SXFRBS9.
Pullman Bu9t Psrlor Caf to Ifarrlsburc.
lepinf iiid Dlainic Cars. HarrUborg to at.
Louis, (.ihclnnatl. Lonlsrille. and Chlcsr a
110 P. L WiiSltKN LXl'KKSS 1-ullmss
Sleeting Car to Chlcaco. and HarrUborj ti
Olev eland. Blaine Car to Clxlosgu
J Jt P. M bOUTIl-U taTERN LiPKESl Poll,
man bleeping and Uuune Cars to St. Ixiuls,
and bleeping Car Ilarristmrg to ClaciaaatL
W0P. M. hAUIFICEXPRESJ-PaUmaabloep.
ing Car toPittsburfr.
5iOA M for Kana. csnandaleua, Rochsstsr;
aud Magara lalls daily, alcept unday
Ilia A. M. for Elm Ira and Renoro, dally, except
Sunday tor Uliamsport dally, 3-3 P. C
5.H1'. M. for Wllllamaport. Rochester. UuOalo,
and Macara Palls dolly, except Saturday.
ith sleeping car Washincioa to Suspenslos
:o tv P M far Erie, Cannndaigua. Kochestec.
BuOalo, and Magara Falls dally; sleeping
car nahlugtoa toxlralra.
rri I'lulaJcip un. ew forfe. rndt'i tJut
WOT. M "UINOR&SMONAU LMITED,-tt
I'jirlor Cars,Trlth Dining Car from Balti
more, for Nsr York dally, for J'hUadelpala
eek-days. Regular at 703 (Dining Car),
'. so, 9 00, 10i (Dtniag Car), and 11. -00 (Dlo
In; Car) a m., 12-13,3 10, 4.-.M, 640,10-00, anil
;:.t5p in On Sunday. 7:03 (Dining Car),
JiO.KOO, 11 03 (Dining Car) a. m., 131S.SJ3,
i0, 6 40. 10 00. and 11 35 p. in. For Phlta
delphla only. Jfiat Express 7J0 a. in. wsak
days. Express, -01 and&.40p m. dally.
get Boston, without change,70 a. m. woex
day, and 315 pm. daily.
or Baltimore, , 713, TSO, ;33, s-00.
10 00, 1020, uai. and H33 a. m.. lils,
1-01, 3 13, 3 40, (4-03 Limited), 4-23, 4JH, S 13,
C 03. 6-40. 7.10, 10M, 10.40, 11 13, and U:S
I m. On Sunday, 7-03, 70, xK, S-03,
:00, 11S0 a. m., lili. 1J1, Jill. SJA, 3.-43 (4DJ
Limited), 430, B 40, (T03, b 10, 7J0, 10 30, 1J U,
and 11 J3 p m.
YcrPopaaCreek Lute,r30 a-ro. and 4.Jp ra.
daily, except Sundar ,
Tcr Annapolis, V30 and K00 a.-m., ItlJ and LI)
p. in dally, except Buadayv. Suadays, J-9t
&. m. and4-0 ti m. J
Atlantis Coast Line. Xxpross for Richmond,
tfacKSonviiie, uuu iHiarB,vJ a. m., a'ju p m,'
ally. Richmond and Atlanta, 40 p za dally,
Idchnrond only, 1G-.57 a. m. week daya
LUUIlUWttiHIH AVI X"1 ' 1- III (UU7.J..
and43n. nt ireetlaia. ' r
For Alexandria. 4 93, 643, 7:t. 8.-43. 45. .13:57
5tn . MM 1H 4JVI M .1 IJ IW
"W A. Ul , I", VM, UAI,VIM7 Mll , M t
t,i0H0, and 113 u m. OaSua3ayatf.
. i. fttv 4n 9-n I..4S fly a lOllYn m.
- . ... U.., ... .'II . 'in , UWI .V r . ,Mf.
IsaveAieiktadrls for Wiralimrton..-03.6-4S. 7-J1.
8eii, loss. ioi a, m.. iflo,as, s.-oo, &n?
t. DO. 10 6 13, 7D0, 7:20, 9:10, 10l53, and IliB p.
rn. On Sundar at t-3, 9-10, 103s" a. nx.sAV
u,aA iw, kio. aaoauf p. nv t
Seashore Connections. , 2
or Atlantic City; MB (balunlara-onlv), 10,.
11 CO a. in. week days, UL13 and 1L3J p.- ra."
Tct Cane May, laOO a. m.. r-'atnrdara onlr).
18.13 p. m. weak days, and 113S B- nkdatly. J
sml Pennsytranla ATenue, and at the stirJos
Clxth and B Streets, where orders can he left for
the checking of baggafo U QMUnatioa trout
liotels and rssldemoa
k H. PEEVOS r, J. It WOOD,
arai aaaaaa, baBamri
HELP WANTED MALE. s
WANTED-jYojhuj nun as salesman In
.la dry eQodf ODO-Potion store. Inquire
at No. 324 4j.-aLa aug20-2t
WABTBD-Young man, capaule.of
nursing .hospital patients; flm-claas
place to right party, with $100 cash bonus;
salary J2S per month, wita board, am'
opportunities to make $10 per muntb extra;
positiou-ptTiuaneit- Address G. 11., this
office. . . au20-It
WANTED-Three boys, raanufacmr
Idr business, 10 to 10 years old. Ap
ply BARRETT A NILES at occo, "406
TWO stair builders -wanted.
Corcoran sts. nw.
IfANTED-lOOlxiyi and girls to earn
- per uuy - uetrour steady quart
Cust6mersfor mlllc for- J2.
eiu 11th st.
WANTED MALE AKD
WANTED-Two nurses, six cooks,
threw tuanilirniialds,. six housewoik
ers.ensiueers, watclinrcn D. C. AGE.SCY,
1001 O st. nw.- re
yA.NTEIAseut8 to sell the "Street
.uaiiway Unlde',' 50 per cent profit
Call at 512 E st. nw. au20-2t
WANTED-Smith Piemler Type
. wiitar ojiarators and stenographers
dliccted fo posit'ous. Operators d
siting to famlliarlzo themselves with new
No 2 Sniltn Pinmter Typewriter call
, THi: SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
CO. No 1416-r st. nw. Jy31-tf
WANTEDS hand inoroughly iamil
iar with LUtUng children's undergar
ments, steady norkto the right party. Ap
plv In OPPjENIIElSrER, 514 Otll St.
WANTED-Agirl for general house
work. Call, jojlth reference, between
7 and 8 p. m .OIG Virginia aesw. au20 3t
WANTED-A lady who understands
making waxflowers and ore who can
sheet wax. Address, WAX, this office.
WANTED- Colored woman to docook-
lu, -Hashing., and Ironing for family of
fH;t;owl home. Call 1808 H st. nw. It
WANTED Immediately, a good cook.
Appl).aiiluHyrefa .at llllMnw. It
SITU A. 1 IONS WANTED MALE.
WANTED Posil Ion Young man, 22
jears, jntilllgent, and not afraid to
hustle, a position or nny kind; rcf. Address
L. M. P., this office. au20-lt
WANTED By a reliable colored man,
a place as cook In restaurant; excellent
on short orders; good city ref. 'Call or
address 1398 I7th st. nw. au20-3t
WANTED-By a "colored bo; 18;
place to drivo wagon or carnage;
refs. 131Kcces st. nw. it
YOUNG nun, 30 jears of age, wauls
Rork of niiy kind, for Email wageaand
board. Address- L. L. , Times office. 1 1
WANTED-By first-class blccle re
pairer nud all-around macliinist, a sit
uation. Address RICHARD ROKDA, GC0
Acker st. ne. augl!i-2t
"WANTED Situation as stenographer
undTwriter'; thoroughly competent.
reasonable. salary;, references given. Ad-
dress COMPETENT," tblsoftlce. an 18-7
WANTED-By young man of 20, mar
ried, position; graduate of business
college, stenographer, typewriter, and
bookkeeper. Address M. H. C, this office.
"WANTED-By young man, 28, clerical
or similar position; ref. and bond If
accessary. Address A. W. D., this orrice.
WANTED-By young lady, with sev
eral years' txperlence In government
office as typewriter nd clerk, a position
in lawyer's or buslwtss r.'flce; lx.-st rifa
And Indorsements. Addtctt V. F. 8
rthls office. auU.rvmAe
"WANTED Rcflia-d oung lady ste
nographer and assistant bookkeeper de
sires position in clly;expcrlenced, accurate,
prompt, nud reliable; good rcf. M. K. F
this office. au20-3t
WANTED-Tliree unfur. rooms, with
bath, ou first or second floorin nw , by
Sept. 1. Address A. F. R., this office. It
WANTED-Bf quiet younjr man, me-dlum-slzed,
neatly fur. room in private
family, bet 9th and 11th and O and K sts.
nw. Z. A. R., this ofnee. It
"WANTED 3 or 4 uurur. rooms for
beta bouskieping; ttate price. Address
a... tms onice it
A yoiing man In business would like to
borrow' $30. Will gle good interest
and security. ,Also have a patent. Ad
dress BORROW, this office. ail20-lt
at 326" Pa ave. nw. it
WANTED-Small flre-proot safe; state
size ami price. J. W. R., this office.
WANTED-A second-hand "World
Tj pewrllcr;" cheap for cash. Call 8 1 5
,Ost nw., second tldor. it
WANTED-Ladles' skirts rebound and
made to .look like new, GO cents and
upward, according to width. 510 F st.
ne. - nu21-3t
"WANTED To purchase store and
duillinr of 8'rooms, with stable; price
not otr $7,500; $3,000 cah; owner pre
ferred 'Address liROCER, this office
Wanted-t7Try Rubber Roor Palnfc
WE J5T0E A.LL, LEAKS FREE.
And iar?e oniyfor palatlag: work guarantee
NAT. MUBIIEH -JtOOr PAINT CO, 10.U 8ti nw
FOB KENT HOUSES.
IrOK RENT- -
,r .r-" s. "
1234 Mass av, nw. iSOO E st nw, SI
m 1.16 rs...... 1301 0l noot.it. TX) 03
17H Pnw,mt,Hhv6Tt0S03Esw, ml,7r... 19 00
SISOrv.. mLlSr.. 05 159-i! Fla. are nw,
HJ0 9lh nw,uil,13r 60 HO, rn L 6r.. . 18 00
1703 Lnw.ml.lir.. SO SS 110 Jlass. are nw, .
80t K nw, m I. ISr. 80 03) mtor-. 17 00
aOjUC nw.xniOJr. MC0 429 9tn nw, Jd flr
9101tthnwani,Ir 40 001 r... , 16 01
lltlWdnw.mUOr 3 51 llMl'Jth nwTCr... 15 40
4 31 ilwt m t, Er S3 00 203 7tb nw.tr 15 30
S01 D nw, m 1, 10r. SI S0,(j0.- hltnT ara,
y-.U It IarouK.mi, nw,7r. 15 00
lOrs...' 32 50 2 Scott ave nw,7r 15 00
Zia u nw, m I. Kr.i-T 50 il U nw, 1st hr
IKSilarlonetuw, I Sr...... 15 03
rmJ,Br.. .--. 83.50 I004NJarenw,6r 14 00
l'9Bne, aL Wr. 2550311 Blh sw,6r. .. 14 00
J31 M nw, in 1, 7r-JB 89 W3I D ow, 5r 13 80
1733 9th. nw, ml, IliloCsw. Or 13 30
Srs ........... S3 731I4rh sw,5r.... 13 30
1310 Colombia st 7T1 Grant aTnw,Sr 13 30
nw. ml.Sr . asOC3Lso,3r 12 80
17406th nw, ml,7rS! 5tt3 I.se,5r 14 SO
431 1st se. m I, 7rj 1 60 S15 4H nw, 2r .... 12 00
213 II ne, m 1. 7r. 21 03 C Scott ave nw, Cr. 1 i S5
64Lstnwvmi,7r, St 031338B ne, 6r 1103
1CW B ne, ra I, lr HO- f 6S8 stunner st ow,
8oiKaT-nw.7rI48; 6r. 10 50
llllthnw,7r.. a) 30 Rear 1115 10th nw, -
R3c:e,7r...... aa. 6r .... 10 30
lTnw. Br..... SO 80 Hear 227 14th sw,
jsiieth.Bt nwK 1 sr 10 so
niL.6r. H 20-00 G0t llth tie. 5r 10M
.Cor,lh anL,R.w, Bth2L19thnw,5r.... 10 00
iturnishedjrdonta. - fHartford st Sonth
230;rmii.if,ir..4ilK) Brpoklaad, 6r.. 10 09
"SIR flrh rar..mlnwk HVltMiittiH cfe Kit
MtBld&. Clr-.$)r9tli3S7m st awT.'Jl 8 00
oia Otw tttjHiv irim . ieA?itMii wi.ti.
saVdweUiag, Sr.. SO-t-aej arc nw..... 4 59
gut tn st nw.store
-jy ceHor.-tfc. j. J
Rear 819 C nw tlO 09
sw-.;. ?:.-.. .-7....J19.P0IRearJJ31!thnw. 10 00
lS26l5t6JlW 10 00)
,- a e pvwnnii umiuv ..
, . S Y IVWM, llua 9U4DU 411.
FOR RENTl-HonKe No. CO Mas.nvc i
ii., n.i.i;4, fv nv. ouausjv
SXOO 1322 D st. nw.; 16-r. brick; a.
' Ot1 i. ' X.1 XDDEB. 615 E at. nw.
' i ,v v
FOUR unfur. rooms, one floor of No.
720 7ln sir. nw.: suitable for housekeep
ing; water and gas; laboring man preferred;
rcf. required; price 510 if rented at once.
Inquire In store. ' an20-4t
FOR KENT Nicely fur., large front
or back room; suitable for 1 or 2 rcr-
sons; good board; reasonable 420 3d ft.
FOR RENT Rooms, fur. brunfnr.;alco
stable; 118 D st. nw. exI0-4t
FOR RENT Furnished room with
board for gentleman; terms reasonable.
1707 7th st. nw. onl8-3t
PLEASANT front rooms, with good
ROSALIE B. SELDEN, Virslnla B ach, Va.
(Selden cottages. ) aul0eod-7s
FOR RENT Large, cheeTfnl, newly
fumished rooms, suitable for two, at
reasonable rates 1022 8th st. uwi
FOR RENT Second floor, unfurnished;
mod., Imp.; cars and berdics. C17 E.
Capitol at. aulfi-pt
FOR RENT Verj dealralnvrtir. rooms;
also excellent family table board; con
enient and pleasant locality; rentonable
terms. 702 19th st.nw aul8-3t
FOR RENT Rooms, furriish-d or un
furnished, large and email,-delightfully
cool; with or without board. 603 Est n w
cor. 5th, near Pension Office, aul8-3t
FOR RENT Rooms wilh or ithout
board a t reasonable rates; baths on each
floor. 733 Oth nw. 0UI8-3C
NICELY fur. rooms for gintkmut only.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
single geuUemen at $1 ptr wick. 1003
Ost nw. aulG-7t
FOR RENT Light housfkecphig-, 2
front rooms, fur. eompl;; couklc
utnsUs, dishes, gas, bath, refrigerator
sowing machfno, and organ, S13 per
month. 301 10th St. sw.: near Smlih,.ti.
FOR RENT II 0 USES.
S4S.50-120 E St. nw.; 14 r, a, m. 1.
C. T. YODER, C16 E st. nw.
S32.QO 314 to 320 N. C. ave. se ; 9r,
a. m. t; new.
0. T. YODER. 615 E St. nw.
FOB BENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT House 2204 I St. nw.;
7r., sas, water; key at O'Callaghan'a
grocery store. Xo. 2200 I st. nw. auS-14t
S3BOO-1420 9tb St. nw;,8r. b.; nt L
O. T. TOIIEB. 1B B at nw.
1311 14tbst.n.w., 11 rooms and bath.
1309 14thstn.w., 11 rooms' and bath.
1UUZ Vermont ave., 10 rooms and bath.
1203 Q st. n. w., 10 rooms and bath.
1207 Q st n. w., 10 rooms and bath.
1211 Q st. n. w., 10 rooms and bath.
1201 Rhode Island "ive., C rooms and bath.
1203 Rhode Island ave., 6 rooms and bath.
Above bouses are In elegant repair, near
schools and car lines, A. HE1TMULLER
A CO. 1333 14th St. n. w. aull-14t
FOB SALE 3ITSCELLASEOTJS,
cheap. C.B.B .this office. an20-3t
FOR SALE-Surrey, horse, harness,
whip and lap robe; In first-class condi
tion, for $140; less than half value.'Atrdress
SURREY, this office'. ' auSOt
FOR SA.'IjE Machinists' tools', lncluci-
drill press;- no reasonable offer
160614thst.nw. ' nu20-lt
.FOR SALE A cigar arid newsstand
and a newspaper route. Apply at No.
13 II st. ne; u good chance for the right
one. - t ou20-lt-
FORSALE-Forty-five acres, neat
city, wltli now bnildlnps, young fruits
and good water; price 91,100. Apply
45 I) st nw. au20-3t
PROPOSALS POR STEAM BOILER.
Architect's Office, U, S. Capitol, Wash
ington, D. C, August Ifttli. 1H95. , Pro
posals will be received at this office until
Wednesday, September 4th, 1805, at 12
o'clock nooh.Tor water'tnbe-"steam boiler
for House wing, U. -8. CapKoL- General
description and other lnformatrhn will be
furnished on application to. this, office.
The right to reject any or all bids is reserved.
MME. BROOKE tells all the events
ot lire; all business confidential; ladle
and gentlemen. CO enls each: hours, 9 a
m. to 9 p m. t05 New York avenus
northwest, near Sixth street t au7-14t
PROF. CLAY, oldest established ad--vcrtlslng
clairvoyant, medium and for
tune teller In this city, removes all ronr
tronbles; tells from cradle to grave;' ad
vice on business, love- affairs, losses or
matrimonial adventures; unites separated
and causes speedy marrtara with one roo
love by proper advice. Call and be con
vinced that r can work a case quicker
than any mcdium.you ever met Fee, 00
cents. Hours. 10 to G; open 8unday.
489 K St.. bet 4 1-2 and 6tb as. sw.
This remedy cures 4a S- days or no
thai-go. Consultation free SIC. McKEEr
KJtX, 716 13th st.nw. ,, ( L jxl-imo
PAPER bauglng axd w all decorating
done at or.c-balftSe usual price; latlc
faction guaranteed; we mean bnsinecs; Im
mediate attentlon'lo' -postals. Aildrcw
rAPEKUANOEKS,473i:o.ae. nw. It
WE'LL push through though the "heav
ens fall," and do It by telling elegant
suits, custom-made, the "Icnrt bit worn,"
at prices that can't, help but rait you.
JUSTH-8 OLD BTANT,619Dst.nw.
" ' nu20-7t
MOHPHIA-"'' physician of
staudlig Is curing icvery case of mor
phine habit undertaken; terms reasonabls.
Address MORPHIA,, this otlkw.
THE Wondcrfnl Remedy. Cancers
cured without Knife, pain, or pay
until cured: also carbahcles, piles, dropsy,
by Prof. llAUTINuBtLEY, 4GT Pa. ava
nw. ,r ( anB-lmo
EGYPTIAN ypJy-Seveuth daugh-
ter ot ' the 'roveuth generation;
the can take off spells rf nd cause to marry,
as well as tell juprUio i.ist and future;
permits calling at the tent next to railroad,
Take' Eckiugton1 and Soldier' Itnrue
car. . . ji U auglO-lw
aiBXE. ESTEL'KE tells all tbs
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TRUSTEES' .SALE of unimproved real
property in Barry farm. By virtue ot a
deed of trust givtn to ns and duly recorded
In Liber 1582. folio 122 et ecu , one of the
land records of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party secured
thereby, we shall offer for sale on Satur
day, the 24th day of August, 1895. at 5
o'clock p. m . the following described,
lots, situate and being lots numbcrctJJZR,
79, 80, 81, 82, and 83 in Bates auSSSg
lagbnu'g subdivision- or lots 25 audi 28 Jn,
section three (3) ot the trustees' , sub
division of the Barry Farm estate, as the
same. Is recorded In, liber county book. 6,
folio 123, in" the surveyor's "office brine1
District of Columbia.
Terms cash. A deposit or $80 will be!
4jntred at time -ofsale. Conveyancing,,
etc., at purchaser's cost. Terms of sale
to-be complied --with within fifteen days.i
else the trustees reserve the right to resell
the property at the cost ot purchaser afteri
five days' advertisement.
SAM CROSS. '
WALLACE C. RATB0LD,
Percy "Mctzgcr, Attorney-at-la-w, 472
Louisiana, avenue, bolder of the note.
W ANTED Stead w boarder in private
. raniUy; reasons blcterrus. 636 BT st.
W- -".,.. ... aSl-3t
Might TlOJn. Hint.
JDujIelv What" lovelV little fingers you
tune got, MLa Faiiirj, They are hardly
larger than'a baby ririgerk.
Fanny-Yes.-rha always sold thatit would
hardly costanytliinglntalHo get an engage
ment rlus'tb fit my ringer.
Wire What do yoi 'ihlnk ot Bridget's
baking? '-- T "'
"Husband I tilnkl?6lo' tried to boll water
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for-suburban ground; 4 bones, 2 wagonr,'
good harness; everything ready to carry
on bis business that has been successful In
the pazt.snre thing. Address BAND MAN,
uns oiuce. oumU-oc
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PERSONS deslrousof disposing ot their
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SPECIAL to Table Boarder Messrs.
Duffy & Leonnarda, proprietors of
"The American Hou&e," corner Pennsyl
ivanla avenuu and Soentb ttrcet, beg to
announce to the public generally that they
ere now rervlng thc.bcst table board in the
city, from 6 a m to 8 p m., at the
following reduced prices: 3 meals per day,
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Pa ae, nw. , for pure old cidtr vinegar
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and threo-ply roofing materloL apr21-tf
An ABKault With a Wooden Leg l a
laud, p.ud a Mtlt this morning to Clerk
Slocum.of the Supreme Court, Mr. Dick
inson assaulted Mr. Carpenter with his
-noodeu leg, and the question for decision
was whether such assault came under the
head or an assault with a deadly weapon or
with the kick of the loot. The disputants
agercd the sum of $5 on the result.
"Oentiemen,'' said Mr. B locum, "my
mind is made up. After consulting numer
ous authorities I have come to the following
decision. It appea rs there being no direct
evidence to the contrary that the assault
was committed with a leg; the fact that
it was a wooden one need not enter into the
discussion at alL I find, therefore,
that Mr. Dickinson is entitled to the stakes,
and lake pleasure In handing them to him
Messrs. Dickinson and Carpenter de
parted for home In a democrat wagon
gayly decorated with flags, the best of
friends. Rochester Union and Advertiser.
The Evening Times la tho paper
ttint everybody ntrys!
TIMS TSEE PSOTEGTIOM LEiGOE.
Believing- that muck of the
beauty of our National Capi
tal is dcrivedfrom its famous
wealth of shade trees, and
that these trees are now in
danger of destruction by their
natural enemies, and knowing
that they cannot be preserved
and cared for by the authori
ties owing to the parsimony
and neglect of Congress,' I
hereby promise to do all I can
to protect the tree or trees in
Jront of or bordering on my
place of residence, and for
that purpose submit my name
for membership in The
Times Tree Protection
"Gentleman trjrjrje yij; slr?T'
"Who Is It?"
"Be won't give no name, sir, but be says
' his business Is most pressing and pertiklar.
I told him you was engaged, but he would
'take no denial."-
"Confound the-Tello w," said Mr. Oulllet,
throwingdownhispen. "I'm busy. Ican't
possibly see him. Wherehaveyotrlefthlm,
JaoeT" t ,
"In the hall, sir."
"I say, you ought not to have done that.
I Ten to one he's some thieving fellow after
lueiiaus auu uraureuas. xiutyou giri3irom
the country " -
Mr. Quillet did not complete his sentence,
for that minute a tall, dark man waited
calmly Into the room, and after bowing to
the astonished owner of the house with the
bUmlest and most self-possessed of smiles,
said suavely: ,
"Pray, sir. to what am I Indebted for tho
honor of this catlT" demanded Mr. Quillet,
glaring at the strangir through his eye
glasses. ' ' "
"Permit mo to explain,-" said the Other,
"I will trouble youviilr. to lie ds brJef as
possible," said Mr. Quillet, Impatiently.
"My time is valuable, and I cannot afford
to vtaste It. Nowt then, what Is ft that
"I seeit stated In The Referee, Mr. Quillet
that you are wrltln
lng a! tragedrfof produc
heumj' Mayi ask, sir. If
lion at the Erccth
that stau tnent Is correct?"
" Jfou may ask" repll,ed Mr. Quillet, freez
lnsly,"but whttherl glvljyou anansweror
not is another matter. I must first request
that you have the goodness to explain in
what way my literary engagements concern,
you, sir?" " '
"They or rather this pa rticiilarone con
cerns me ery nearly,as.I, shall soon Bhow
you. I wonder now, sir. whether this
tragedy ot yours Is ytt completed?" ,
"Upon my word," retorted Mr. Quillet,
drawing himself up.A'I must really decline
to gratify j our curiosity."
"Well, It is of no great moment," said
the other. "Lit me put It to you In this
way": Vou are writing, ior have written
it does not matter wtiltb a tragedy for
production at the Ervttheum. It may be a
strongtragedy.it may be a wcakoncj But,
whatever its quality, I can put Into your
hands an original work of my own, com
pared with whkh'yours, sir, will nad as
"You are too flattering, sir, upon my
word," gasped Mr. QuUlet, astounded, as
well he might be, by the fellow's brazen
"The play of which I peak,"-continued
the stranger, disregarding Mr. Quillet's
nvasm and producing a. roll ot monu
srrlpt from bis poiket, "is this. I wrote It
myself rrom first to last. And I venture
to assert that it Is one of the most power
ful tragedies that have ever been written
in the English tongue."'
"Ah, we!L" he said, "you wish me to
read your play, I gather? I am very busy
and cannot attend to, it now, but It you
will leave your manuscript here, together
with your name and address, I shall be
pleased to glance through it at my leisure
and return it to you with my opinion
The stranger smiled knowingly and shook
"No, no," he answered. "Yon must ex
cuse me, Mr. Quillet, t)ut really I know the
time of day, sir. Would you look at It if I
left It here? Not you. It has been to six
managers and has been returned by nil six
as unsuitable. But not one of them had
read It. That I know very well. For I
gummed the sheets together here and there
as a test, and when the manuscript came
IsKk the gum was still undisturbed."
"Well, look here," ejaculated Mr. Quillet,
growing angry again, "what the devil do
you want, sir? Vou don't expect me to
read your confounded pLy hire and nuw,
"No, I do not," was the urbane n ply.
"Then, what in the name of heaven, do
"1 expect you to lLsten while I read the
play aloud to you." the stranger returned,
folding bis arms and regarding Mr. Quillet
with the calmest of stares.
The latter's patience was utterly broken
down by the cool Impertinence of'the de
"We have had enough of this, sir,"
said Mr. Quillet, wltherlngly. "I must
wish you good day. There Is the door."
The stranger drew himself up to his fun
height, his tall, poVerfdl frame quits
dwarfing the Insignificant proportions of
"I shall decline to irove, sir," he said,
coolly, "until you have acceded to my de
quest." "This Is rrpnstrous, outrageous!" gasped
Mr. Quillet. "In my own house! I'll I'll
summon the police. I'll "
"None of that, please," said the stranger,
quickly interposing bin-self, as the other
made a movement toward the bell rope'.
"Don't prooke tve! I'm daugerous when
aroused. In this matter I intend to havemy
way. Corre, Mr. Quillet, be reasonable1.
I offer you a compromise. Listen while
I read the first act, (It Is very short), and It
at the end you really wish to bear no more,
I'D take np n-y papers and leave the bouse
without another word."
Glaring at the bold Intruder with scath
ing glances ot impotent wra.tb, Mr. Quillet
sank back in bis arrocfiaU
He could hae sun'mouedosalstance by
shouting out, but he was'delered f rom this
by two considerations ffrst that thq
stranger looked every Inch the man to resort
to personal violence; secbud, thai it would
ba e trade himself appear In a rather rtdW
dignified course was to remain quiet for
the present, and to-gtve him'ln charge the
moment be left tbe'house. On that -coarse
Mr. Quillet most firmly- lesotvcd.
jut; nurtugn uulujucu um ruii oi Luanu I
script and began to read taking no notice
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at all or the other's sulky scowl. The fel
low's voice was musical and expressive
enough, Mr. Quillet was forced to admit to
nirnseir. And the tragedy well, there was
something In It after an. Attbeendorfive
minutes the enforced listener had forgotten
to scowl; at the end ot fifteen he was intent
and interested; at the end oXthlrty, when
the first act terminated, he was sitting al
most spellbound. ' "
"Snail I leave ofr here?" Inquired' the
stranger, "or shall I go on? I am ready,
you know, to tund by our compact."
"Go on, go on," sahtMr. Quillet, wuh ft
wave of bis hand. Every trace of angerand
resentment had left him. It was evident
from the expression of his face and from his
whole demeanor that he was alive to no
other sensations than those produced by
this extraordinary play.
With kindling ej e and heightening color,
the stranger proceeded, his deep, musical
oica never mLssing a point nor slurring
light and shade. The motif of the tragedy
to wit, tha representation of the devil
in a human snap? was obviously far from
original, but the treatnienrnf the subject
v-as abeolufly so, differing both In details
and essentials and differing for the bet
terfrom every previous conception. It
breathed throughout an air, nonncrely ot
liowerful tragic interest, but of genuine re
ality and natural consequence, which hur
ried j ou forward to the fatal climax by a
scries of Irresistible det elopments. Long
before the end was reached Mr. Quillet,
who.K as far from predisposed In the stran
ger's faior, saw that tLe piece would be a
fortune to any manager and inwardly con
fessed that his own Just completed tragedy,
on which hitherto ho had rather valued
hlms- If, would be literally extinguished by
the blaze of so iowerful a production.
But th6 wonderful strength and terrlblo
pathos of the denouement soon obliterated
from the mind everything la the shape of
sordid calculations, and left Lura only" con
scious of an overwhelming sense ot tragical
"There," said tho stranger, laying down
his paprs and regarding Mr. Quillet's'ex
presslte face with a look ot placid triumph.
"What did you say? Does the piece Justify
the strong measures I have taken to forco
it on j our notice, or does it not? Speak,
"It It's a masterpiece," gasped Mr.
Quillet. "A work of genius. A Eplecdia
tragedy. There is no man living, and very
few dead who could have written It."
"I blieve you," was the quiet reply,
"It stands alone. I know it And now t
git e you ) our reward for having beard me
to tho end. Take this tragedy, write your
name upon it, end produce It at the Erec
theum for your own."
"Er er I don't understand you," Mr,
Quillet ejaculated, supposing that his ears
bad deceived him.
"My words were plain," replied the stran
ger. "My meaning equally so. I make
you a present of the piece outandout with
no reserve, except that you offer it to Bill
hurst, of the Erecthcum, la lieu of the one
which you are now writing."
"ImiHASiblel" cried Mr. Quillet. "Com
mon honesty forbids me to appropriate your
work like thatv Why, man alive, do you
not realize that this tragedy is worth money
to you? It means name and fortune."
"Bah!" laughed the other scornfully.
"What do I want with either? I have long
enjoyed too much of both. All I desire is
to have my tragedy produced; In whose
name or to whose profit I care not a
"But, really," objected Mr. Quillet.
"Pl-h, my friend none of these buts.
With my eyes open and in good faith I make
you an offer which, while it suits me, ls
blghly advantageous to yourself. If you
are too proud to accept well, there may
be others less squeamish. But you have
"Pride is not concerned In the matter,"
replied Mr. Quillet. "But how can I bring
myself to put my name to another man's
work? It would be a species ot literary
"Nothing of the sort," was the energetic
reply. "The play Is my own In every sense,
I have an Incontestable right to make it
over to you. Will you take It or will you
"Upon my word," was the hesitating res
Joinder. "I-I that Is In point offact "
Continued In to-morrow's Morning Times.
Julia A. Nlebar'n Estate.
The executor ot the estate of Julia A.
Nlcbur yesterday afternoon filed an in
ventory ot the personal estate, valued
at 53,123.75. ' ,
New Tbrougb. Vefctlboled Conches Bo
tweeu Washington and Atlanta
Tla Southern Hallway.
The Southern Railway announces thai
beginning August 13 new vestlboled
coaches win be operated on ifs Washing
ton Sl Southwestern Ycstibuled Limited be
tween Washington, D. C , and Atlanta , Ga.,
connecting at Charlotte with through coach
On April 27, 1895, In Baltimore, at tho
parsonage ot the Immanuel Baptist Church,
by the Rer. Charles A. Fulton, Alfred
Qoodall and Wilhelmina Wetzel.
KING At her late residence. No. 626
I street northwest, Miss -Virginia F. King,
at 12:15a. m., Monday, August 19, 1899.
Remains will be taken to Savannah, Ga,,
Tuesday, at3. 30 p'm., for Interment.
Brooklyn papers pleaso copy.
PRIDDY Suddenly at 6:30 o'clock p.
m , August 18, 1895. Roby S.Prlddy, be
loved son of W. T. and Clara Prlddy, In the
seventeenth year ot his age. l
Fnneral from the residence ot his father,
No. 7 H st. nw., at 3 o'clock p. rn., Tucs-
day, August 20, 1885.
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