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THE TIMES, TUESDAY. AUGUST 13, 1895.
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JOHINSJQN HOUSE. Colonial Baach,
o wau-i lloiil, term reaioiuine, spe
oial rat t jainies Address Mr. U. E.
POTOMA.C BAY A new piHoe op
posite Wnkersou's; beautifully located
for Miniroer boarding; bcatirg,lathirig,fish
ii , etc , lab abutidniilv fv rmslied, terms
low C C WILEERSON, Prop ,
3 . 10 -Into Colonial Beeb, Va.
WOODLAWN- B k-vMe, Md ; with
all modern eoiiveiHonws; lighted with
pap. bat lis, err : large rooms and shaded
lawns, terms moderate; $1 HO per day, $7
to 10 per week MRS M J COLLEY
8394.'it."i-K J VICKCUS will open H
bun at. . white help, firsts la girls
from New York will wine with her to
W.iHtiittKton in a few days. It
tfirpHKHE AKE OTHEKb ' IN THE riUNTINU
X UuiiUfSS. but few concerns Hi e ihe Law
tfeiwrtet Company, of 51b 1 dta ttrrot north
is! ou'ii una it a, iot4:tTeioliet totr&M
there. Do it. -M AluOltE, Xi,-r
JUST RTtiVED rine lot joung Cu
ban puriots. guaranteed to talk, also
monkeys, canaries, n ocknig birds. gold
fish, dogs, and faucy pigeons SCHM1D a,
712 12ih tt aw . branch 1221 Pa. ave.
SAL3 of public propert j War Depart
ment Auc.sl 7, Ifi There will be
iHld at I UiK attitoH at 10 .'ckck A M .
TIU"UUA Y. AUGUST 15, 1S95, witbinthe
tuurtjard Mate, "VVar, and Xaiy Depart
t.ielit IJuuVUi'j. a mfceWla-fuufc collection or
priH-n. e-uiisigUug of Carp'., Dt kb. Pile
h e. if tUJlg. PiU-hers. Rugs, She'll lUg
T ibies, air! other artu lo 1 ernih or tale.
Lilies tidf for ash Articles to be rt
iiioh1 .th )at OtHaj ai nk aiKle:.peUier
pur.tu'j- RJ WH1TTOX. Acting Chief
of fewppij Div au9-Il-13.14
PHOPOS&LS lor constructing a bntk
aAdiumi to the Bright wod School, on
Brigtatwood avenue. District of Columbia
Oflioe of the Commissioner,, District of Co
lunilwa WhiinBiMii,D C ,Augubil3,le95
Sealed prpis-"w ill be ieA-ned at this
-office oiHil 12M on TUESDAY .AUGUST
i, 1895. for constructing a brick addition
i the 1 right wood Sc1hd1 Building, on
lirietuwood avenue, District of Columbia
Liank !!u of proposals and (.KcilK-a-ti.u-.
logetiK-r with all necttry infor
inauon, t-afl ie olriaiued upon apjriiuilioii
t!i refr at the oflioe f the Int-pector if
Biuldiii- of tlic District of Columbia, ami
bid- ou tlwwe forms only will be coneideicd
Tlie rigiit lb reserved to reject anj and
Propee; must be enclosed in an cm elope
Foaled and undorsed on the outside, "Pio
I)a&l lor oHitructing a brKlv addition
to Ue Brighiwood school building "
jonx w uosp,
C1IAS F POWELL
Conimiwiiouers, D C
MOKEY TO LOAIf.
MONEY Jo loan on bunds, stocks, Ousts,
loau association ceitificates, and old
line life insuiauoe policies, no uelay.
YERKES it BAKER,
40 to -1C MetzeiottBldg.
OMONEr TO L.O j!k.N -In large Minis,
or as lo as 1,ioo at 5 and G per
cent ou D C ical otate, alo $250, $500,
7 50, etc . at 6 per cent WM A SAUN
DERS & CO , 1407 F st tf
MOKE'S" lo loan at 5 and 6 per cent,,
ou Distiict of Columbia realty; no
floiav if becuilty is satisfactory.
WALTER H. ACKER. 704 14th nw.
CONCERNING LOANS AXD INVEST-
ilENTS" Bead this booklet carefully
before u irrowing or investin g. call an d get
a copj Jree. B B WARNER & CO . 916
P st nw m2S-3mo
MO.NLI TO LOAN Alt classes of leal
testate aiis tuadv with piompUiesd at cur
rent rates THE McLACHLEX itEAL
EBTA'iE AND LOAN COAli'ANY. cor
Ber lOUi and U Hi outs uw mLT
HK. ITLTON'S LOAN OFFICE. 321S TK
' 6Tt. l w. Established la IbTO Uony
lenied on -natch en, diamonds, Jewelry, silrar
rtre, eic hj.eclul bargains in welches, jewelry,
JL LOVELY home in Rockville, clear;
will exchange for equity, good house,
neighborhood Lincoln Park
THOS F BARRETT,
aull-3t 519 12th st jjw.
CORInEK OF &1XTH AND B
T r'fT III"" 2S or
IMS A V I'FNXS'i 1 '. AMA LIMITED-Full.
jnnu Meerlnr Jbning. hmokinp, and Obser
vation Cars Harnsbaip to Chicago, Cincin
nati, luaiannpuiis, ht Loii Cleveland, aud
'loledo Buttei Parlor i ar to Harrlsuurc
JB230AM FK1 LINE. Pullmaa Bullet l'ar.
lorCar to HRrrishurK I'arlorand Diniuj
Care, Hanisburc to I'lttsburp
IKCP I clU AOU AMI4T LOl IS rXPRESS.
Pullman HuflTet Tarlo- Car to Harrleburz
Neepinc and Ihnmg Cars llarrloburg to St
Louk. Ciu-iunali, lxuis die, and Chlcaga
TUB P H Vts'll.KN 1 XPKhb - Pullman
HeopfnKtat to Clacapo. and Harrisburs t3
Cevaiand Bieiue t ar to t iucaca
t:P M HJC1 H-W JiM l.UN EXPRESS. rulk
roan Slfej'iHc and Dining i ars to bi Louis,
and Mepinc Car Harrisburg to Cincinnati
JMO P 1 1' AC i F1C KXPREbb Pullman siBp
teg Cr to Pittsburg.
fiCA M for Kann t-Jiindnlena, Roch-5tar,
aud Xiagara 1 alls dailj, ex ept Sunday
ltklB A X for Ehnira and Ifenova, dailr, except
Kuuday lor Williameportdailj, 3 40 P vL
laCP fo- VilliHinepoit, ltochester, Euflalo,
and .rffiaia 1 all6 daily, except isaturd-vy.
y.iti 3l.piiiB car M athiugton to Suspension
Bridge via Buffalo
HAS Y M for Erie, Canandaigna. Rochester,
Buffalo aud iacara Falls daily, sleepuis
err W auh.ucton to Elmlra.
Frr lii lat-i. pm '. Ni i "c. rnd t"i 'Kim.
CP X "0NCKEssiolL LIllITED." ait
Tarior Cars, with Dining JCa.r from Balti
more, for New York daily, for Philadelphia
f eek-Aays. RKUlar at 7 03 (Dining Car),
I SO. B W, W 03 (Diuinc Can. and 11.-0J (Dia
lug Car; a nt. 12.15.3 15 4sJ0, G 40.10.-O0, and
llt&V hi on tunday. 7.03 (Umins Car),
;S0 V-9. 11 03 Dining Car) a m.. 12.15.3 15,
). bM), 10) and 71-85 p in For Phllv
Celhia oal.v. Fast Express 750 a. m week
days. Express 2-01 and S!0p a daily
for Boston, vithout change, 753 a. m. woek
Cays, and 8 16 p m daily
Tot Baltimore, G35, 7d)3, ZS3, TJVJ, 9.-00,
tCIBO, 10JW, Ul. end 11:53 t m , 12.15,
IJ01, 8 15. -48. (43 Limited), 4:20, 4 M, b 13,
t65. b8, 7:10. 30-03, 10 40, 11-15, and lli
v m. On Sunday, 7.05, 7:20, 9.-03. 9.-05.
ZfM, UM a. ut, 12.15. 1:15.2.01.8:15.8 43 (4-03
Limitod), -1-3. S . 6'03 c i"i '"lOi lO.iW, 13.13,
tcdllj5 p. in.
Tor Pope"s Creek Line, 730 a. no. and 4:38 p it
tally, except buuday
Tor AnnaiMib, 7S28 and 9:03 & nt, 12:15 and Ml
j) in daily, except Sunday, buadaye, 9.3J
a. in. and 420 p in.
Atlantii. Coast Lino. Express for Richmond,
Jacksonville, and Tampa, 4 80 a. nt, 3i30 p. nt
Catty Rirbmond aud Atlanta, e 40 p in. dally.
Richmond only, 10S7 a. in. week daya,
Accommodation for (juantico, 7.45 a. nt dally,
end 4:25 p nt week-dnjs
Tor Alexandria, 40, G35. 7:45, .13. 9.45. 10j7
1140 a in , 12.50. 1:40, 320,4.3. S.-00, 557. 6 15
12,1010, andll39p m. On Sunday at 4. J3,
46 V 45 a. m , S 45. o 15, 8 02, and 10 10 p in,
itTe Alexandria for Washington, 0-05,6:45,7:05,
f 0,S.10. 30.15. 10-23 a m , 1-O0, 2:15, 2-03, 3:2i
10, S-80 G.13. 7.-03.7:20. -.10. 1052. nud 11:06 p.
in. On Sunday at 6:43, 9 10, 10:23 a. nt, i 15,
UO. 70. 7:30, V.10, and 10 J2 p. nt
Tot Atlantic City, 9.00 (Saturdays only), 1D.-03,
II 00 a. m. week days, 12.15 und n 35 p. nt
Tex tape May, 10 GO a. m (caturdays only),
12.15 p m week days, and 1135 p. in, dally.
Ticket offlces, northeast corner of lSthstraat
end Pennsylvania Avenue, and at the station
Elxlli and B Streets, where orders can be left for
tie checking of baggago to destination front
kotels and r ssidencos.
k. XL PiiE Ob r, J. R. WOOD,
General Maaager. Geatl Passenger Zl
WAKTED-At Fort Myer, a tailor
who understands military work Apply
to JOHN B POWERS, this office.
"VTJJs TED Agents for first -chi$s
buiimng and loan stock; lilK;ral con
tract to right parties Address B L , this
of nee nu 1 3 -3 1
WANTED-White boy 1G to" 1 8
car old to work in grocery store,
drive wagon, etc ARNOLD'S MAR
KET, 1520 15th si my aul3-lt
$SS cakh to any one securing me a
pt-itio!i m electric or cable cars; all
rcfe. iuHkMwir fiirniBhcd. Address STRICT-
LY COKriDl'JfTIAL. this office aul2-3t
WANTEB-Aii experlenwd bottler for
tua -vvaier and selt7er Call at S H
ROSESZWEIG'S bottling works 21 00 1 1th
" "W null -3 1
"WjVN"TEI 4 expert soap jiowder can
vassers Apply at 408 Fla ave uw.,
afwr 4 p iu. uu2-lw
IlELl" YANTED FEMALE.
WANTED-A 'white woman to cook
lunch and uoik about house Call at
uncP O RESTAURANT, lSth and P. It
WANTED-A white girl as waitress
Apjnj at once, 809 C st. nw aul.l-2t
WANTED-Appreut.oe to ltarn the
latest and beat sjslem of dress cutting,
one will.ns to learn Apply to MRS A C
HANCOCK, 1009 II st. ne. It
WANTED-White girl to do Iioufc
work and assist with children 1815
8th st nw nul3-lt
WANTED-A girl for general houi-e-rk
Apply before G o'clock p m
at 515 II st nw ;city refs It
Experienced hands at Pal
Laundry, 913 4 1 2 U
an 12 3l
WANTED-White woman to cook,
wash, and iron, at 421 K st. nw.
HELP WANTED-JliVLB A"I
WANTED-Smitli Piemler Tpe
wnter operators and stenographers
diiected to positions Oj razors de
fining to familiarize themsehes with new
No 2 Smith PiPinier Tie writer call
TUB SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
CO.. No 111G F st nw J?31-tf
WANTED-Young mau wants un
lurnished hall room, $3 per mouth, or
Rill hhare with another Address GEO.
E , this office. aul2-3t
ROOM and board, by single gentleman,
within two scjuares of Pension Office,
slate lerms. permanent ir suited Address
L TITZGERALD ol8 B st nw aull-3t
WANTED-By ileasant joung couple
Irom Conn , fur, room w ith board for
wife, dailj dinners and Sundaj bjard only
for gentleman Within ten squares from
Center market and terms not over $35 net
Address II H A , 108 2d, n. w. aull-3t
tor on I st near
Address S J .this office
suitable for doo
14th or vicinity.
WANTED-One large or two small
rooms, furnished or unfurnished, be
tween 9th and 13th, F and M, permanent
ir cheap, no children M. M , this office
WANTED Situation wanted by a
young man to drive a wagon; under
stands care of horses. Please call 1826
33d st , Georgetown au!3-3t
WANTED-By a young man of 25
position of any kind; understands
clerical work; good refs DELMONTE,
this office aul3-3t
WANTED-By young colored man
place of any kind; good education;
oln r and mdustrloub Address EDUCA
TION, this office r nul3-3t
WANTED Position as manager on
farm, experienced in planting vegeta
bles etc ; taking care of horseb and cows;
best refs Address JACOB SEEMILLER,
1231'enu ae nw. aul2-3t
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED-Dreisni.ikerw nuts work by
the day; terms reasonable; refs Ad
diessF A H .thisoffice. au!3-3t
WANTED-A white woman wants a
place ab cook or to do general house
work, willing to go lo the country In
quire at 505 Mass ave nw aul3-lt
WANTEB-A1I Wnds of help fur
nibbed fice of charge in or out of the
city by Mrs L C MOORE, 306 G st nw.
WANTED-Dollars invested in Gran
ite State Provident Association double
themselves in 8 jcars; agent wanted; High
School Ftudent preferred J T H HALL,
721 13th st nw aul3-tf
WANTED-a horse for very light use
lor it& keep for a month or six veeks;
best of care taken Address or call ou J . C.
E, 202 E Cap st. aul2-3t
WANTED-Old hair mattresses re
made for $2; for four $1 75, each w ith
new tick; besl quality $1 40 each; work
first class or no pay A CARTER, 1125
20tb st nw aul2-3t
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE SlOP ALL LEAKS FREE
And charge only for painting. workgnarante3l
IvAT RLBBER RUUF PAINT CO, 102.8 Sth nw
WANTED-A numberor horses ior pas
turage, plenty of water, grass and shade;
$5 per month, and will want a number of
horses to winter at $8 per month C. H.
I ARKER, Lay Hill, Md , or 435 4 1-2 st.
nv.-; tel. 574. Jj23-14t
FOB BENT BOOMS.
TWO or three furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, man and wife. M.,
this office. It
FOR KENT Light housekeeping, large
room with small anteroom, fur com
plete, cooking uieiif-iLs, dishes, refrigerator,
bath, gas, sewing machine $12 per
month 810 Gth st sw. aul3-lt
1422 N ST: NW. Floor, 3 rooms,,
unfur ; fiesuly decorated; spacious;
very superior; gas, bath, heat; housekeep
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room;
good board; home comforts 1014 1 lth
st nw. aul3-3t
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room and front hall room, to gentle
men or for light housekeeping; conve
niences; rets 418 2d st. uw. aul3-3
FOR RENT 2 large second floorcom
municatiug rooms; bath, hot and cold
water; beat ar-d gas; private house; on car
line; rent, $10 per month 123G 4th st.
FOR RENT 2 nice rooms on second
floor; cheap 71 Defrees st. aul3-3t
FOR RENT 2 communicating rooms,
3d floor; fitted up for light housekeep
ing; also one ou first floor; bath, gas.hot
and cold water; terms reasonable. G13
Gtb et nw. It
FURNISHED ROOMS. 2d and
3d floor, front and back; bath room
convenient; 218 B st. nw. aul2-3t
FRONT BOOM, unfur., near Library,
Capitol and depot; fur. if desired. 131
C st ne. auI2-3t
second floor; heat, gas, and bath; $9
per mo. G15 Acker et. ne. aul2-3t
FOR RENT 2 unfurnished front
rooms on third floor, with small hall
room; "beat and gas; $11 in advance. 902
O et. n w. aull-3t
FOR RENT Very desirable fur. rooms;
also excellent family table board; con
venient and pleasant locality; reasonable
terras. 702 18Ui st. nw. aull-7t
FOB BENT BOOMS.
FOR BENT Rooms, furnished or un
furnished. Apply 309 Cst nw. (iull-3
FOR RENT Earge, cheerful, tiowly
lurnislied rooniB, suitable for two, at
reaFonablo rates. 1022 8th st uw.
FOR RENT 2 fine looms, every con
veniunce ou same floor; cara and her
dics pass the door; 10. 1328 H s no.
FOR RENT UnfuniiMied second floor
ilat; thiee large light rooms; heat, gas
and bath; light housekeeping allow ed; Tent
very low; albo three furnished rooms,
third floor, heat and gab; 50, 9, $10.
Address 1127 10th st. nw aull-nt
FOR BKNT BOUSES.
1VJ4 Mass fiv nw 043 C sc, in i, 7r...f20 80
in 1. 10 rs $101 0 xu 1, Or 20 00
1701 P nvMni 1, 13r. 07 fiO 504 i st bw, str
:jta Cm. mi.r.r.. RO 13 and dwlp, 5r. .. 20 00
llJO'Jth mt.tni.lSr 00 S0,fcU6 K SL mv, UJ
l'.OS I, iiw.nii.lv'r.. 50 53! Uoor, ir . 'M 00
804 K nv., in i. 13r. M 03 fe05 R s, mi, 7r... la 00
SOSO U uw.ini.iar. SO CO'J.'J Pin no. nw,
910 12th nw.ini.lir 40 no n 1, 7r .... 18 00
liiliZIA nw,ml,l0r S 5JC1'J 1 s no, mi,7r 10 CO
423 M nw. m i, br !55 00 110 Muss, ave nw,
201 D nw, m i, lOr 3J 50 5r 17 00
9J0 It I are uvr.nii, 3i 1 lth sw, Gr ..17 00
lOrs Si 50439 Dth nw,Sd flr
1444 Pierco pi nw. yr 10 00
in 1, llr ... . 2S 50 2-OU7th nw, 5r. .. 15 so
32er Q nw, m i. Sr 27 CO 11UJ l'lth nw, Cr 15 40
lb31nrion st nvt, ,003 Whitney UTe. j
ini.br 25 r)0 nw,7r 15 03'
1339 Use, in i. lOr. 25 50 Cor bth X Giant
2-51 2d nw, in i, 7r 25 3'J Ho nw, 4r 15 00
1424 T ut , ml, Gr 20 30 2 M:ott a o nw, 7r 15 00
17b3 9th nw, m i, '214 itfi nw.ist In
fers . 23 s7' 2r .. lr on
1510 Columbia st 1001 .1 ave nw,Gr 14 00
nw. in i.hr 25 S012-i5 C sw, Lr .. 1.! .10
1740 Cth uw, ml, 7r 22 50 314 18th sw. Gr 1 1 00
4M lot se. m i, 7r 21 50 12 1 I) sw, Oi ..11-0
21.1 11 no, m i. 7r 21 rr 31R i4tli h, 5r 1". 'W
1C0I 1! no, in i, 7r 20 42 711 t.aiitn ms,5r li !0
b05 Tla nr nw, mi, '().J3 h se, 5r 12 fcO
7l. ... .. . 20 40lJso 1 se,5r 12 60
1121 11th nw,mi,7r :0 30 G sCot' ao in,, Gr. 12 i3
1521 Madison st u tlfiGnw,5r. .
w, in l, Gr . 20 31 Ml 'lth nr, 4i
Cor 9th and E nw, uu-!i:i 18 ne, 3r...
furnished rooms. 001 11th ne, 5r .
12)8 5th et. nw, I
mi., Or, 20 00
51S 0th nw, store 1513 14th st nw
and dwlL-, 21r..$200 03 3J20 7th st uw
. 8 00
207 9th et uw. ... 25 00
103 Draper's alley iVi.tl 15th nw, shop
sw $1S 00 andstablo $10 03
Rear 131313th nw 10 OJJRear 319 t nw.... 10 00
A S CA Y OOI), 933 9th st. nw
FOB BENT HOUSES.
Rooms in flats cor 13th and G nw
508 13th nw , 22 r. and stable $63 00
161G Q st nw , 7 r and stable.. .. 32 30
430 II St. sw , 6 r 15 00
2437 Sth nw, 6 r 10 30
2328 P nw, 7 r 15 00
1328 26th nw , 4 r 9 50
14o9 28th uw , large hall 12 00
1207 Gth nw., 11 r 45 50
123 K nw., 8 r 22 50
1G13 Marion, Gr 25 00
3225 N uw., 8 r 30 30
2310 P st. nw, 7 r 16 30
1527-29-31 27th nw , 4 r 0 00
1032 31stnw., 4 r.. .. 9 00
By J. D SULLIVAN,
aulO-lw Corner 13th and Gnw.
SXOO 1222 D Bt. nw.; 15-r. brick; a.
m. i. C T. YODER.G15 E St. uw
1311 14th st n w., 11 rooms and bath.
1309 14 th st n w., 11 rooms and bath.
1G02 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 roonib and hath.
1201 Rhode Island ava, 6 rooms and bath.
1203 Rhode Island ave., 6 rooms and bath.
Above houses are in elegant repair, near
schools and car lines, A HE1TMULLER
& CO , 1333 14th St. n. w. aull-14t
$4.2. SO I20 E st ayv- 14 r, a m. 1,
C T. YODER, G15 E st nw.
FOR RENT -A- beautiful 6-room b w.
brick house near Government Printing
Office and H st cars. OWNER, 1600 10th
st. nw. au!3-3t
FOR RENT 601 3d st , coiner F lie.,
G-room brick, brownstoue front; all
mod imps., $20.30, by R. D. RUFFIN,
524 101b St., cor. F nw. It
S3500-1420 9th St. nw., 8r. b.; m L
0. T. YODER. 615 "E at. nw.
FOR RENT Housc,$75 per month;
1700 14th st. Inquire at La Fetra's
Hotel, 11th and G sts. au8-9t
S3S.50-314 to 320 N. O. ave. se.; 9r,
a. m. L; new.
O. T. YODER. 615 E st. nw.
FOR RENT 1804 M St., a new 12r
brick; electric bell; heated by hot water;
a. m. 1 ; $70. By J. D. SULLIVAN, 13th
and G sts. nw aul0-7t
FOR RENT OH 1st st. nw., a new
3-story Or. brick; a. m.L; $30. By
J. D. SULLIVAN, Cor. 13th and G sis. nw.
FOR RENT Bouse 2204 I st. nw.;
7r., gas, water; key at O'Callaghan'a
grocery store. No. 2200 I st, nw. au6-14t
FOR RENT 68 D st. ne ; all mod-
ern improvements; G rooms and bath;
concrete cellar; $22.50 per month, aull-3
FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR S AliE Atabargamitsoldwithln
10 daj 8, a 7-rooni house on F st. s.w.,
bet. 4 1-2 and Gth sts., with all ni. i. B.
LEONARD, 530 4 1-2 st. s.w. au4-10t
Jff " The Times- want Ijjok.
fSV CQLUMIS Fill Mpxe. Wants gV
'M. than all other mediums-corn- -. i
L Want Rds. Rppear f S
l0& IX B0TH N ( V -
1&aL: di Morning and Evening Editions.
mm, & iv iL U Will 0$tA !'
IhuTxoll m l V ifl" &?gw Ui
FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE-Sic bar buggy, $18. Ad
dress 417 lth st. se., bet. 4. and G p. m.
FOR SV-IjE The best second-hand
Avhcci in town; pounus; high giatie.
W. II. 1IENSHAW, jC
510 lllli st. nw. f i
Mown Lunch itoom,
FOR SALB-Ower lcnvlng city; custom-made
buggy; tost 5300; good as
new; just been dona, up; also hand-made
set of harness, rubber mounted; your price
my price; mubt jjo- Call 710 O st nw. .
FOR SALE-Bay liorser 1'Ulo thin;
good trotter; S20 if sold at onre;
buggi, 525; line walnut wardrobe, $15;
baby carriage, $2. 1328 II st. ne. aull-3
FOB SALE SUBUB BAN.
Secure one or these beautiful building
lots, 25x125 feet.
Washington and Great Tails Electric
Railway being built alongside.
Will increase in value rapidly.
Only a few left.
Terms $25 cash, balance $10 monthly.
Apply at Office, 1420 F st. nw
529 Till st se ; btorv, dwelling, and
stable; lot, 17x100, good alley in rear,
now vacant; $2,G00; $500 cash, bal. to
137 N st ,'c ; 6-room brick; water,
sewer, and gas, in perfect order, $1,050;
$50 cash, $13 per month; perfect title.
213 N J ae nw , 7 rooms and bath;
bsj window, pressed hrhk, lonely home;
only half block Irom Capitol grouiulb;
$7,000; make me an offer
303 7 th st se . room brick; mod imp ;
well rented ; $2,200
Vacant building lota at big discount;
farms m Marjland and Virginia
JOHN r DONOIIOE,
null-It 308 East Capitol st
TOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SAL.E $2,20(1, on 7th St. EC,
near Pa. ae. and Eastern Market, 6
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$2,200, 5500 cash, bal nice to Eiiit, look
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FOR SALE-Cheap, grocery store;
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ATTENTION Bricklayers There will
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at 8 o'clock p. ni. ,at hall, 7th and L sts.
nw., to make arrangements for Labor Day
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RUTH DID HOT SAY "HO."
And Xet Slio Tvept tlio Word She
Pledged to George Wilni.it.
Continued from jesterday's Evening Times.
"Mind, my dear," remarked the clergy
man, gravely, "If you loved any one else,
not for a moment would I advise this. Then
it would be a sin; certainly a very serious
"But you seo I do not," said Rutb who
during the consideration had been building
up the man from the youth she so vaguely
remembered, und, woman-like, creating au
Besides, was there not something flatter
ing as well as romantic in the fact that,
though It financially made no difference to
him, he was anxious to marry her from the
remembrance of her as a child and a sight
of her photograph?
Thus one bright morning, nervous In re
gard to where she was going, the big,
strnnge Unknown; regretful at leaving hold
of what she knew, and the friends who had
been so kind, Ruth stood on board the Al
thea as it steamed out of Sydney's beauti
ful harbor She had so many friends there:
lu Entrland she had but one of whom she was
aware Aunt Prlseilla, whom she remem
bered as a bright, sharp, energetic little
woman, slightly eccentric and with a will
of her own.
Gayly went the Althca, golden shone 'he
sun, ai.d Ruth, arter the first day or so, be
gan to experience and enjoy the strength
and elation of spirits produced by the sea
air thai carried its o?Tne into every fiber
There pome nice people on bo.ird, with
whom Ruth t-peedily grew ou sufficiently
good terms to prevent her feeling lonely
There were one or two or the opposite
sex. and joung, who were quite ready
to have helped cheer her voyage; but Ruth
kept them civilly at arm's length. She
regarded herself as next doOr to being en
gaged. So passed the days, when the Althea let
orf steam at Cape Town, where they were
to stay the night, and to be off again the
next morning. That next morning brought
two passengers on board an elderly eol
ouist returning to home and friends to
enjoy his fortune made out of sugar, and a
man who, one might surmise, had j'et to
make it, from-the paucitj.or his luggage
and general get-up.
'The stjle is good, but the material
poor," criticised Ruth. "I wonder who
he Is? A gentleman, that is certain;
clothes cannot make nor conceal that.
What a pleasant race he has. If he has
not a lortuue, the loss does not appear to
trouble him." 1
Just then the object of her criticism.'
coming forward, tripped over a rope, and
his straw hat, falling off, went rolling
along to Ruth's feet Really there are oc
casions when inanimate things appear to
become sentient beings and sljly take
part in human sayings and doings.
Or course, Ruth stopped the hat that It
should go no rurther. picked it up and
restored it to Its owner, who was pro
fuse In thanks. He certainly was remark
ably good-looking, with so pleasant an
expression that it made him far above be
ing handsome. How his smile lightened
up his features, especially his eyea.
On board ship, where one is seeing every
body in their class each day, this little
incident was an introduction The next
time Ruth met Mr George Wilmot they
exchanged bows aud smiles The- second
time he ventured to address her. and thecll
max was reached when they found them
selves seated as neighbors at dinner
That did It Before she was aware Tcuth
was listemug attentively to the jouag fel
low's amusing description of Africa, and
was talking quito fluently herself of
Australia When-she rose and went on deck
she abruptly awoke to theeonsciousnessthat
she had spent one of the pleasautest hours
she could remember for she did not know
how ,kng Indeed, there was a peculiar
something about this hour which made it
different to all others
My dear mademoiselle, you have guessed
the truth already, of course She had found
at last her affinity, and so had he Neither
could have helped, it, any more than one
can help getting the influenza.
Ruth, seated on the deck in her deck
chair, detected her eyes wandering often to
teh broad stairs leading from the saloon
When he came, v ould ,he find her out?
Then she ejaculated to herself
"Absurd! Why should he? How conceited
I must be to imagine ltl At thepreent mo
ment, I dare say, the ouly thiughe isthluking
about is his cigar."
But at that very instant, as a denial of
her surmise, which had small truth in it,
George Wilmot's head appeared level with
the deck, then the entire man. Just a
moment, for form's sake possibly, he
stood looking across the -waters, over
which ran the quivering reflection of the
moon, then, throwing the butt of his
cigar over the side, approached her.
Tho moon is a good friend to lovers and
lovers embryo. It grves them a means of
startiug conversation, ind somehow the
moon is in affinitj with Cupid. And so
and so they talked; until, it must bo
owned, other passengers began to look;
some to smile good temperedly, others to
toss their heads and think of "the for
wardness of tho fin do siecle girls."
Ruth diviued nothing of this, all of which
she was conscious was thatshe was passing
a very pleasant eenmg. When she got
into her berth that night, after chasing
ineffectually a couple of cockroaches, she
fell asleep, thinking of all she had said,
bin chiefly what he had said, and for the
first time forgetting to count the days be
fore the Althea would reach port.
Tho next morning the meaning of that
new feeling she was experiencing began
to dawn upon her, first with a little throb
of delight, then with a quiver of fear. Had
she not more than half preuaded herself
she was in love with him? And now she
was falling in love with this, she feared,
rather impetuous stranger a man she
had known onlv a Tew hours.
Her cheeks went crimson at the thought,
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so that she covered them with her hands.
But it was not true She was notso foolish.
Was it likely she would ruin all her pros
pects? Also was not her word given? Well,
of course, if she were to find that she cared
for soma one else, and never could care for
Maurice, Aunt PrisciHa would not expect
her to keep her word.
Still, she would have to renounce Aonj
Priscilla's fortune What of that" Poverty
with happiness was better than etc,etc.t
etc., all of which the sagacious reader
can fdl up as well as the writer.
Nevertheless, she would not go on deck
that evening. She most not make hersell
foohsh. It requires two to make a love
to end in marriage, even as It requires twa
to make a quarrel. And bow did she know3
he would care for her. This was all fo
passer le temps while on board.
So she sat at work in a corner of ths
handsome saloon, listening to a step sh
well knew pacing overhead, also to a
whistle performing "Fair Shines the
Moon To-Night." It got quite plaintivec
ly appealing to her ear, but she re
mained firm. Then the whistling and
pacing ceased. He had found solace.
She wondered in what form. This wa
worse to support than the whisthng and
pacing. Should she go up and see?
While the thought was occupying her,
a voice said, close by:
"Aren't you coming on deck this even
ing. Miss Henderson? It's a splendid nlgbtl
The waters are alt phosphorescent!" ?
"I was anxious to finish this wrfc."(
said Ruth, untruthfully.
'-Oh, never mind the work. There wilt
be plenty of time to-rairrow," and he
had the audacity to place his band upon
it to draw it away, and, .with a smile
Ruth let him.
A few minutes later they were leaning
at the side, watching the sea, alight with,
That evening George Wilmot took he
into his confidence. He was an orphan,
even as she was. By profession an elec
trical engineer He hoped to make a
fortune in the future, but just at present
two, hundred a year woukl be rather oveff
than under his income.
"A man with all his life before him can
live very well on that," remarked Ruth,
"Ah, but a man wants to marry; then "
"It would depend upon the wife," con
eluded Ruth. "If a husband and wlfa
mutually loved, and she was not extrava
gant, I do not see why they should ncs
be happy on that, there being good ex
pectations." "How wisely j-ou put it," said Wil
mot. "But, you see, a man does not Hke to
ask the girl he loves to share straitened
"Then I do not think he trusts much in
the sincerity of her affection-," ejaculated
Ruth decidedly "If she loved him he would
be aware she would sooner have him poor
than auotaer rich " ,
"What courage you give me," he said.
"But then you see she might not love ami '
"Oh , ttiat, of course, he wouldbave to find
out Very possibly she would not."
And she moved away toward a group oC
ladies seated near.
Just a week before it was iu.cpettd tl7
would sight land, Ruth and George WUwot
stood again by the side, talking. Th er
ing was moonless; a mift was on the sa.
The corner where they stfeod was bidden
from any watehful eyes They bad stood
thus a dozen times. but now taere was a
difference His hands held one of bers.hls
head was stooped, so that h might look
into her face.
"And, darling," he wbtepered, "you
would renounce all these prospects forme?-
Ruth had told him her position.
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