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TSE MOKNTNG TITLES. W.EDNKSDA.Y NOVEMBER 6, 1895;
THE TIMES' 32,000 SURETY SMALL ADS.
REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW CENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS.
srnciAi. NOTICES.
OFPICEES and members of the Jour-iit-ymeii
uaKcrs' Beneficial Union are
hereby notified to meet at their hall on
Weduesday ntternooii, Noeinuex 0. at
o'clock, to attend the ruueral of our lato
In other, Herman F. Huth.
W. B. CHRISM AN, Frcsident.
CHARLES BBXHBU.uVg. ll-
HELP WAKTED-MALE.
WANTED-Vouni; man of good ad-
uress, nueut talker, not m raid to
approach educated people. Address SALbB-
MAX, this office. 1L
WANTED-Ur. 14 u 1 cars ot
age. Miiau wages, tolearn jewelry trade.
Call tieuveeu 4 and t! o'clock 1514 14th
st. nw. J ' .
TVANTED-PaiMers at the Adminis
tration Biulding, Fort Myer, Va.; 7:a0
to-morrow: tiring jour oera!ls and duster.
HOBSOX BROS. lt-em
TVAMTBD-'"l"t,tl"w union l.ouse
luTinlc?,,. Apply to JACOB D. GOLD-
SMITH. -117 7tli st. nw. lt,em
WANTED-First-class coat makers to
-work uiMile or oat; al-o buslieluian.
J. 1). UURXB CO.. 9th and O Ms. nw. tf
WANTED" all-round lihndy man,
sober .urn Honest, to work In a second
hand furnit are store: none but experienced.
Address FURXITURB, this office.
no5-2t
WAKTED-A lirst-class clothing Miles
mttn:miisiiiaegoiidretercnce. Inquire
910 F st. nw. no 4-31cm
WAJCrED-2 good buslieliiien. Apply
bix Lime Tailors, 941 l'a. ave. nw.
no4-3t .
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED-A first-class waistmaker
kiju illl.iiier, uiiij iiitnuii.i.T iiouu-
need apply; permaiicui, piace
Bt. nw.
191G
.It
TTANTED-Young lady for copying;
cjpewrmsi preferred. TYPEWRITER,
Times offiie. uoO-lt
WASTED- Goodglrlforgencralhouse
work. Apply 65 X st. nw. lt-em
WANTED-22 first-class colored wal
treMe lur dining-room. U14 13th sUuw
It em
WAITED-Experienced collar and
cmr sorter ror lauuury. .a.uciress uox
this office.
no5-2tem
TTA.TITBD-'Viioiik lady stenographer,
wmi m.iciiiue, lew days. 1239 B 6t.se.
lt-em
WASTED-MeanTrittcrs and helpers
at once, referent es. O. It. HERBERT
1016 26th bt, nw.jirier 0 p. in. It, em
"WANTED-Colored woman wanted, to
cook, good place for the right parly
837 Jiil st. mv lt.em
TVAKTED-Wlillogirl in nltmilj c!2;
ligm ik rk. good pay iol!,e right party;
rererenci rit,uiritl. Call alier CEO p. ni.,
Stor Cili st nw. rc5-2t
WANTED-German girl or woman, for
geur,t Housework; Munll family.
2206 F st nw. no5-2t
WANTED-Place in wash outside or
at home, or house cleaning. 02 E n.sw.
oct31-7t
.MALE AND FEMALE.
WANTED-AU kindsof help furnished
tree oi .targe m or out oi tit b Airs.
L C MOOKE, 30G G st .nw.; send postal.
1 t
SITUATION WANTED -31 ALE.
"WANTED By an experienced meat
culler .i Meady place. Apply at 206
Mass. ave. nw. It
WANTED-By young colored man,
place ai porter in blore; waiter or
driver. refK. Address T. C, 923 11th st. nw.
It
TTANTED-A position as coachman or
secona nand iu a private "family. Ad
dress BDML-ND, 720 fteiv Jersey ave. nw.
no5-3t-em
WAKTED-A place as oyster or order
cook. Audress COOK, 12S C t. sw.
noD-2t
WANTED-rositlon by young colored
man as cuachnian; useful about house
or porter in store; Intelligent and of good
address, highest relereuc.es. S. T. 1).,
care this office. no5-2t
WANTED-Place in family as butler
or general housework, by young white
man Address II. F., this otrice.
, J05-3t
WANTED" Freel Free! Free! Me
ciiaiuc or any kind furnished by us;
also we Jiave a few men suitable for
drlvinir a team or something similar;
best of rers. furnished. WORKIXUMRX'S
LIBRARY AXD BUREAU OF .LABOR.
Tel. 020 600 13th st.nw. M.D.SHEXK.
clerk. tf
WAHTED-Bf a man a position as
timer oi delivery wagon or to help
nrouiul slore; can "furnish good refs. Ad
dress G. M., this office. uo4-3tem
WANTED-Bj white boy, 13, place to
do errands fur board while unending
school, i. T. N.. this office. n2-7tem
SITUATIONS WASTED-FEMALE.
"WANTED By a respectable colored
girl first-class place as nurse; from
Virginia. Call 712 23d St. nw. It
"WANTED By a respectable colored
girl, pi.ui; as nurse; good refs. 1743
Oregon ae. nuv6-3t
WANTED-Place as housekeeper for
gentleman; widower preferred, by
widow out of work. AddreS3ilrs. WHITE,
401 4th st no. nov6-3t
WANTED-Copying or dcskrooiu for
tviwwriter iu law orflce. STEXOGRA-
phbii, yus office it
WAKTED-I'la to cook, wash and
iron. Aimrcss 1745 K st. nw. nuG-2t
"WANTED By a steady, neat colored
boy, a place to drive or work in a house;
first-class refs. Address 1800 Pa. avo. nw.
It
WANTED-Washing and Ironing done
at home, or will go out. Address B23
3d st. sw. no5-2t-em
WANTED-Scivws at home for stori
or famines; cheap. 485 Mo. nve.
nw poo-2t
"WANTED-I'lace lo wash and Iron?
AililriMs 1743 Oregon nve. nw.no 4-3 tem
WANTED- MISCELLANEOUS.
SO CENTS down. All the comforts of
home, i-ec personal. It
PIANOS Expert tuning and repair
nig: 30 -cars of experience. Address
VICTOR BUCKEK, 1408 10th st. nw..
personally and by postal. Prompt atten
tion; noG-7t
WALL PAFEKS-This timeof year
the Mores charge more for work, but
with me iou wlllflndonepricc.and thatthc
rheapesl Seud postal toCIIAS.X.EVAXS,
222 13111 St. sw. coG-6t
WANTED-Apprentices to learn Tay
lor. system or dress cutliug; whole course.
Including skirts, $1D. TAYLOlt, 1221
X. Y. nve nw. novG-4t
WANTED-Work: carpet-laying and
draping; lurnace attended to; also can
find a good cook at this address. Call at
1120 23d st. n w. It-em
"WANTED To exchange horse anil
buggy lor lunch room fixtures. 730
lltli St.. hat ement. lt.em
WANTED-Ulrls to be seir-iupportlng;
married ladies to lessen dressmaking
bills by learning to cut by Jlercham Tailor
Equare: particulars ot school. 718 12th
ft- cel4-tf
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FKEE.
And cbarra i.uly for palatine: workiuaranteil
XAT.-K'lIiBLi: KOOg PAINT CO . 10JJ bta n
FOB SALE norSES.
FOR SAXiE New G room and lath,
bay window, brick, a. m. 1., 3 squares
south of capitol, S3. 150; S300 cash,
balance monthly or other terms to suit- Ad
dress ROOX. Times office. noC-2t
FOR SALE A llrst-class house on
U street, bet. 1st and N. Cap. .north
west: seven rooms and bath; brown slone
base, and trimmings; south front; large
yard alley: will be sold at a bargain.
Applv between 5 and 7 o'clock, EDWARD
KB UX. 2!) R st. nw. noo-3t
"WANTED J'OSTAGE STAMPS.
"WA.KTED-t"at(; Department stamps
-1 pay -5-50.50 each for S5 State,
$3.75 eac'i for 7c. and 90c; navy and high
est prices for Executive, Justice, and other
department stamps, used or unused; Iu any
quantity: also Tor collections of U. B. and
foreign stamps; ir you Lave any for bale
bring or send all to the old reliable dealer
and collector. C. F. BOTHFUCHS. 359 1-2
Penu. ae.. Washington, D. C. (Cut this
out for reference) no4-tf
WANTED-All kinds of old U. S. post-1
age stamps; -Liepanment stamps es
pecially desired, highest prices paid. U. F.
JurXKnOBST. lOOSTth st.nw. ool-Tt
LEGAL NOTICES.
OFFICE ol the Collector of Taxes, Dis
trict oi Columbia, Washington, October
25, -18U5. Taxpayers or the District will
take notice that the undersigned has re
ceived the statement or assessment of the
taxe3 for the Dibtrict of Coiumbia for the
year ending June 30, 1SDG, and will be
ready to receive payment of taxes at this
olfice from and after the first day of
November, 1895. One-half of said tax
is due November 1, 1895, and the other
half Maya, 189G.
On so much of the Tlrst half of said
taxes due November 1, J 803, as shall not
be paid during 6aid month a penalty of cno
(li per cent, will be added on the first
day or each succeeding month thereafter
until Ibe- same is paid, or otherwise pro
ceeded with as the lav directs.
The law imposes a like penalty for non
payment of second halt, due May 1, 189B,
II not paid within said month of May.
Attest:
E. G. DAVIS,
Collector or Taxes, D. 0.
no4-0t
OFFICE of the assessor. District of
Columbia, October 31, 1895 Notice is
hereby given that on tho 31st day ot
OCTOBEU, 1895, will expire all licenses
given by tho District of Columbia to
iilioihei-aries. Auctioneers. Banks and Bank
ers, Brokers. Commission Men limits. Claim
Agents, Cattle Brokers, Dealers Jn Ice
Jleribandlse, Bill Posters, Dealers in Junk
ami Second hand -PcrsunalPropcrty, Dealers
in Old llirrcls, Insuraiu-o Companies, In
surauco Agents, Manufacturers of Illumi
natingGas,Proprletorsof Barrooms, Billiard.
Bigatelle, and Jenny Ltnd Tables, Bowling
Allcvs. and Bhufflo Boards, Hotels. XJvery
Btahles, Intelligence Offices, Restaurants
and Eating Houses, Jleal Estate Agents,
Wholesale Liquor Dealers, Proprietors of
Theaters, &i: All persons engaged la the
above described business, trades, or pro
fessions, must promntly renew tho same
In accordance with law By order of the
ConimNsioiicrsD.C. ilATTHEWTKIMBLE,
Assessor D. C. poOtdexB
rpovosALS.
OFFTCE of the Commissioners of the
District of Columbia, Washington, Oc
tober 2G, 1895. Sealed -proposals will l
received at thlsblffice until noon on MON
DAY. NOVEMllClt 11, 1895, to rent until
December 31. Ih95, rent pajable In nd
vance. the stalls' in the wholesale market
located ui the property known as Hay
market square. A deposit ol 25 per cenl.ot
tlie amount of Hie bid must accompany the
offer as a guaranty "f good faith in case
ol the acceptance of the bid. The Com
missioners reserve the right to reject any
or nil bids so received. Specifications may
be oblalued Irom the Marset Mast-rsif the
wholesale market, or at this olfice. Each
proinisal must be inclosed In an envelope
plainly addressed to "The Commissioners of
the District or Columbia, 'and marfccd"Pro
posals to rent stalls in the wholesale mar
tec.'' J- W. BOSS.
GEOBOE TBUESDELL,
CUAS. F. POWELL,
Commissioners, D. 0.
no4 -3 1
WANTED- FluVTt
WANTED-A D or 0 ronin modem flat;
convenient, lo 141h bt. car line. Ad
dress MODEKX FLAT, this office. solC-tf
"WANTED 1IOA11DERS.
TABLE BOARDERS cauf indflrst
cl.iss iooci and service ut the Dumars
House. 128 A St. lie noG-2t
-GOOD lioard for two gentlemen: private
lamuy, moderate terms. - j.i i-- r
b w. no5-3 1
JJONEY WANTED ANX TU LOAN.
MONEY! MONEY! MONEY!
Wo linvo It.
"We will loud It.
"Wt want you to lutvolt.
All we want Is satisfactory real est&M
recurlty. Come to us wllh your appli
cations and we can tell you what wo
willdo as&oou as we examine the property.
T. O. AXDBUSOX & CO..
Real Estate and Business Exchange. 907
G st.
H. TC. FULTON'S imon Olfice, 1218
Ta ave. nvr. EMabllshcQ In 1870.
Money loaned ou watches, diamonds. Jew
elry, silverware, etc Special bargains la
watches, jewelry, and silverware. au2U-Gfn
MONEY to loan on bonds, stocks, trusts,
loan sssociallon certificates, and old
line Bfe insurance policies: no delay
YEBKES A i
u.su.i-.;k.
40 to 4GAfet7iTottBldg
&TOTVE-V TO LOAN In large sums,
or as low as s-l.uuo, at 5 and 6 per
rent on D. 0. real estate: also 5250. $500,
S750. elc.. at G per cent WM. H. 8AUN
DEllS A CO.. 1407 F el nw tf
MONEY TO LOAN-AH classes ot
renl estate loans mnd; with promptness
M curent rates TUB McLACHLEN IlEAL
ESTATE AXD LOAN COMPANY. cor
tier loth and O streets nw mD-tf
WANTED -Tho loan ot $8,000 onfiret
class inside property: no ageau. 70S
IPUi St. sel2 tf
MONEY to loan at B ana o per cent.
ou District of Columbia realty: no delay
If security Is satisfactory.
WALTEB H ACKER. 704 14U- nw
Jv31-lf.
MISCEI.LANEOUS.
GO CENTS down; all the comforts of
home. see ltersonals. It
FOREIGNER, recently arrived, with
large suentitic and literary knowledge,
wants situation, nmenuensN, secretary, in
structor, explorer, partner In scientific en
terprise. STBAXUEB, Goldsmith's, 353
Pa. ave. nw. It
MAN with $1,000 wants to .invest in a
paying business. A. B. C, this office.
no5-3t-em
FIRST-CLASS caterer, at 2111 N st.
nw., ineais served by the week or month;
terms reasonable. no5-3t
SIR. BEN MARSLXN has re
moved tus tailoring establishment to
908 10th st. nw., between I and K.
no4-7t
JUST RECEIVED-Tine lot young Co
han parrots. gunranted to talk; also
monkeys, canaries, mocking birds, gold
fish, dogs, and faery pigeons SCHMID'8,
712 12th st. nw.. branch 1221 Pa. ave.
mylU-tt
GYJNS. Bines, Kevolvers, loading tools,
hunters" outfits, watches, Jewelry,
guitars, violins, banjos, mandolins, at about
one-half regular dealers' prices at PAWN
SHOP. No. 1009 E Et. nw. ocl-Gmo
FOB SALE-HEAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE Lot 13 and 12 feet or lot
14, square 734. froullng DG.2 feet
on D St.. bt t. 1st and 2d be.; can be sold at
a bargain to settle an estate If appUcnllon
Is made at once;, very desirable. S. 11.
JONBS. 510 lOlh st.nw. ro4-3tem
MORRIS' ADDITION
TO NUK'lllfc,Ar tt-AMIl.MilUX This
subdivision Is made in accordance with
the original plan of the city, K, L, M, 2Gth,
26th, and 30th tlrct ts running through tle
property. It is Tvithin 10 minutes walk
of the 11 street cable line. .Maryland ave
nue, when extended, will greatly shorten
the distance. Lots average 24xl3G.
This subdivision Is nearer to the Capitol
than Dupout Circle, where ground sells
at $10 per square root. "We have decided
to let n few lots go at $400 each, and ac
cept $10 down and $10 per month, with
out interest, furnishing abstract and deed.
Call for plat and other information, and
let us drive you out. Considering loca
tion, nearness to center of city, and size
of lots, this is the cheapest proiierty on tits
market to-day either for home sites or
speculation. JOHN F. WAGGAMAX. 700
14Ui St., upstalra no2 2wks
BUSINESS CHANCES.
-EXCLUSIVE territory given lor the
tale or uee line, pat. June 24, '84;
Oct. 1, '95; highest awards. Pa., Cal.
and elsewhere: best in the market; over
20,000 sold; small capital needed. Call
CASH paid at once; no delay, for any
store stock of merchandise; below cost;
wholesale or retail. Call or address B.
TOUS. Howard Bouse. iiovl-7t
GOOD INVESTMENTS
IN REAL ESTATE,
Do you want to Invest In real estate "We
can tell you the value of property, whether
It Is worth tho sum asked or not. "We
can tell you where -good lots are to be
bought.
If you have lots tD fllspose.or wc can find
you purchxsers.
T. O. ANDERSON,
Real Estate and Business Exchange,
907 G street northwest.
HORSES clipped by electric power ror
$2. A. G. PEXXELL. G03 O st. to.
oc22-lmo
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR RENT rinefrultnudtruckfarm,
near BivcrUalc Station, B. & 0. E. R;
Inquire at 22s 3d. St. aw. noC-7t
FOR ItENT-ItOOMS.
FOR RENT Two nice, large, unfur
nished rooms, front and back, with heat,
fas and bath; light housekeeping permitted;
13 per month. 223 Si, st., Ecklngton.
noG-4t
FOR RENT 450 Q St. nw., two nicely
luruiaiied rooms, onbecondtloor;sultable
for light housekeeping; sliver, table linen
and dishes furnibbed; 415 per nioulh, in ad
vance. noG-2t
FOR RENT 2817 Q St.. 1 prettily fur-
ijisiitsi,or2tiufurulshedrooms,oiisecond
floor; convenient to bath; private family;
moderate rent; references. noG-2t
FOR RENT No. 32 Franklin St., Ana
costi.i, i. v., three rooms on tlist floor;
basement, dining room and kitchen. Ad
dress J. L. PADGET, Box 27, Washing
ton, u. u. it
FOR RENT A nicely fur. room, south
ern exposure; private lumlly; house
healed by furnace; $u.00 per mo.; gentlemen
only. b8 M bt. nw. 1 1
FOR RENT Centrally located, large
and small rooms. 720 10th st. nw.;
reasonable terms. nuG-5t
FOR RENT In private family, large
from room on second floor; rurnlbhed
as bed and bitting room; suit one or two
gentlemen; also other nice rooms; rur
uace heat. 728 9th bt. nw. no6-3t
FOR RENT Large, attractive bed
rooms; nandbomely lurnishcd or unfur.;
low rental; new house; cars handy; private
lam. 1810 S st. nw. i!Ll"2t
FOR RENT Four commodious rooms,
entire second floor of 180G 7th St. nw.;
rent. $12 per month; key In store below.
OWXEB, 1G22 6th st. nw. niW-2t
FOR RENT Unfurnished parlor and
one bacudbtory room, suitable forllgnt
housekeeping. 417XewYorkave. n00-2t
WANTED Two gentlemen to occupy
a large, 2d-story front room, well
heated, with bath ou same riuor; with or
without board: within a block of .Pension
and Printing Otrices; on H st. nw., near
5th. For particulars address Box 14,
this office. It
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms near
car lines.. 7 1 Defrecs st. nw. poC3t
FOR RENT A large nicely fur. front
room, with gas and heat und use of
bath; private family; 410 per month. 476
O st. mV; no5-3t-cm
FOR RENT Xlce unrur. front room
lor bedroom; stale price. F. P., this
office. ll-em
FOR RENT 13 N. J. ave. nw. two
faingie tur. rooms for gentlemen; $1
per week; no5-3t-em
FOR RENT Two nicely fur. rooms,
2d floor; heat, gas and bath, fur $15;
board If desired; rex. 121 G st.nw.
no3-3t-em
FOR RENT Light housekeeping, two
rooms furnished neatly. 605 New Jersey
ave. nw. no5-2t
WANTED-Roomer In front room, 2d
tloor, with alcove; bath on same floor;
very reasonable. Call at 014 2d nw.
lt-em
FOR RENT English basement; large
dining room;, heated by steam: rent low.
208Fst,nw. no-5-3t-cra
FOR RENT 3 rooms, furnished, w ilh
beat and light, on third floor; private
bath: $30 per month. 1413X bt. nw. Also
two large parlors, $40 per month, with
heal and light. no5-3t
FOR RENT 1 large front room, sec
ond Door, unrurnished. 1012 10th St.,
bet. K and Mass. ave. nw. no5-7t
FOR RENT Furnished or partly rur-
mshed rooms for light housekeeping;
modern improvements. 943 T nw. no5-3t
FOR RENT 3 unfur. rooms, 2d floor,
hot and cold water; bath and yard;
woodshed; only $10.60. No. 61 P st. nw.
. 5?y5-5t
FOR RENT at 2111 N Bt., 8 rooms;
lurnished or unfurnished: single or en
suite; all modern improvements; terms rea
sonable. P"5-3t
FOR RENT Unfurnished. 1311 11th
st. nw., 4 lovely rooms, parlor, chamber,
dining-room and kitchen: rented Einglv or
en suite. no5-5t
FOR RENT 1219 11th St. nw.,larse
pleasant front, back rooms; also parlor.
no5-2t
FOR RENT 1818 F' St. nw.. 1 large
2d-aiory room, also large hall room;
good board: near herdics and cars. uo5-3t
FOR RENT $3.50 per week for
room, board and bath for 2 in one
room: on 3d floor. Mrs. FBEY, 4G7 G St.,
opp. Pension Office. nol-3t
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished
f rout aud back rooms; 2d floor, a. m. 1.;
board if desired; housekeeping allowed. GIB
I st. nc. no3-7t
FOR RENT Two finefurmshea rooms;
tingle or suite; all conveniences: board
if desired; very reasonable. 420 3rd. n w.
oc30-7t
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SO CENTS down; all the comforts of
noiue. aee persouais. it
FOR SALE Bargaln;almost new solid
oak bed. bureau, fine woven wire spring
mantel folding bed with drapery. Inquire
1812 KL st. It
FOR SALE-A good. "New .Model'
camera, 4x5, In good condition and
fitted with first-class lenses. 409 Mo. ave.
nw. it
FOR SALE Good horse and wagon,
u0; aiso good bicycle, pneumatic tire,
$30; no use lor cither. "722 Whitney ave.
noG-3t
FOR SALE One Recti butter printing
machine; pound and bait pound com
blned;alsol Ueed iceboxfurwagon;paddles,
etc., thrown In; will sell cheap. J. O.
HOGGS. Brookland, D. C. It
FOR SALE Novelty pocket-knives,
with name and address; society emblems,
photos; just the thing lor an X-mas present.
Address L. H. STAXDS, Agent, Uyatlsvllle.
Md. It
FOR SALE High grade '95 bicycle;
never ridden- will sell for less than one
half dealers' price. Boom 11 , 707 G St. n w.
It
FOR SALE Will be sold on Thursday
morning next at Veale's Georgetown
Bazar, No. 1072 S2Ast., 1G horses These
horses have been purchased direct from
larmcrs in frednck county, Md.; all young
and sound, among which arecartand heavy
draught horses as well as small, handsome,
and speedy drivers. Nov. G, 1895. F. D.
VEALB, anclioneer. " It
FOR SALE A $750 Upright Stein way
Piano. msoMoquetteCarpet and Ladies'
Sidesaddle. 45G M st. nw. It
FOR SALE A snap, 2 coupelettes,
1 full leather-top side bar buggy.
Call at once, rear of G23 D st.nw. It
FOR SALE A delivery wagon, horse
and harness, $75; $10 cash, balance
$8 per month. Call 437 11th st. nw. noG-3t
FOR SALE-Small coal yard In rine
paying location; small sales; $25 per
day, with a good family trade; best of rea
sons given .for 6eltlng. COAL W., this
office. ltenn
FOR SALE-Cheap. D. B. B. L. shot
gun. 12 gauge, and broken pointer;
trial given of both. Apply 32 Fla.ave. ne.
no5-2t-em
FOR SALE-Imported Japanese pug
dog; price, onlv $100: a rare chance lo
gel such a fine dog. SCHMID'8 BIKD
STORE. 712 12lh st. nw. no5-2t
FOR SALE-Cigar, tobacco and lunch
royai; cheap It sold In 3 days. Call or
address 135G Water st. sw. noo-5t
FOR SALE 2 pool tables, theap, at
149t 11 st. ne.. reed store. novu-2t
FOR SALE 2 pool tables. Address
fl. R., nils office. nov5-3t
FOR SALE Cheap, one sound work
horse. Call Tremont office.
no4-6tem
FOR SALE-Slmw cases, watches and
Jewelry; bait price. 231 Pa. nve.
no3 5t
FOR SALE-Jnst received California
and Mexican quails; Just the birds to
stock your farm: very easy to settle.
SCUMID'S BIRD BTORE.V12 12th St. nw.
nov2-5t
FOR SALE-At a sacrifice, a $750
upright bteinway piano at 45G M st.
nw. 1-14
FOR SALE-Hair interest In wood
ninl coal yard; buyer to take charge.
R. Hi DAVIS, 14th and G sts. ne.
oc30-7t
FOR -S ALE Best mace ot Incubators,
brooders and fresh green bone; call
and bee the Incubators In working order.
Scbmid's Bird and Pet Animal Stores, 713
12thst.xiw.and 1221Pa-ave.
oc5-tf
ORGANS. $25 TJF.
X DOWN. SX WEEK.
$1 down and $1 week for any
organ In stock. Greatly reduced
prices. Organs from $25 up. Best
standard makes.
F. G. SMTTH. 1S2.'' Rt. arp. nw.
FOR SALE A small steam launch:
Jleresctioff engine and boUcr: can be
seen at Rlller's boat House. ocS-tf-em
rEnsbNAri.
HALEE. tue kluc nl clairvoyants and
card readers, his first appearance this
side of the Atlantic, has'cotue to help encU
and every one who calls; uone in trouble
will be turned away "without being helped
and made happy; coine.iiul be convinced of
his wonderful poiYers;, gives yoa advice
regarding anything you want to know; tells
you your lrieuds nnd enemies; gives you
good luck tree of charge: brings tho
separated together; causes speedy mar
riages with the one you love; he Is no
humbug; no charge it not satisfied; come
one come all, and bring your friends, nnd
tell them of HALKB nnd his wonderful
powers; I'm not here altogether to make
money, but hero to help and do good lor
the people- here: am here and Intend to
stay at 806 II St. nw.; my price is very
low, only the pitiful sum of 25c: lady In
attemlance: hours, 0 a. m. to 9 p. in.;
closed on Sunday. It
MIME. FRANCIS Is one ot Wash
ington's oiiH-st ami most gifted inedl
urns: sue can help you no malter what our
troubles may be; she bus Helped thousands
to health, happiness and success. If you
are In need of help, beck ouo that is old
established and reliable. Hours, 9 a. m.
to 10 p. m.; 25o aud 60c. 324 East Cap
itol st. noG-2t
r -.iriT- down: new credit svstem:
lace curtains, portieres, rugs, table
linen, blankets, oullts. table and piano
covers, china dinner and toilet sew, Mler
plated ware, banquet lamps, onyx tables,
clocks, window shades, albums, etc. Bend
postal. "Wlllhriiigsaniples. NORTHEAST
CREDIT HOUSE, 1210 H St. ne. Open
till 9 p. m. It
PROF. TRUE. 714 F St. sw. Truth
ful, reliable medium. Successful In all
branches of work. Can be consulted on-all
matters pertaining to love, marriage, di
vorce, sickness and disease, wills, deeds,
lost names, papers. Can break bypnotlo
spells; unlto separated; and help those In
lad luck: dou't delay. Call and receive
satisfaction, or It will not co6t you a cent.
Come early aud avoid the rush; no time
to ausKer letters. Come morning, noon,
night: red. while or blue. noG-lt
MADAM Laura Tell, located at five
iiuuurrfl and eight an I a half Thirteenth
6treet northwest, wdl .give daily sittings
to those who desire to be benefited und lo
have a truthful recital of their exact con
dition and honest advice from a genuine
Spiritual Medium. Xo card?, no writing,
but wonderrully developed lnedlumship.
Will be pleased to help you In any way I am
capable or ir yon are In trouble of any
kind. Loss or love or property, fricndah.p,
bad luck, or evil Influences. Honest, s.u
cere and confidential advice will be given
and theproper remedy suggested. 508 1--13th
st. nw. Hours, 10 a. iu. to 7 p. m.
i-.rf. i mi It
MAMICTJRE-May F. Law, of New
lork. expert visiting manicure. 50 cents.
Mall engagements receive prompt atten
tion. Aiiiiress429NluthSt.IlW. no5-4t
PIN your faith on us and well pull
you through, as we are selling elegant
custom-made suits and overcoats, the
"least bit worn" at a figure that'll pay
von to look Into. JUSTIPS OLD STAJ.D,
fiio-i) st. nw. noa-7t
3IME. BROOKE tells all the events
of HTe: all business-confidential; ladles
and gentlemen, 50 cento each; hours 9 a.
in. to 9 p. u. 005 X$w York ave. nw.,
np.ir Itth sr. . . no5-14t
FIRST-CLASS' mechanics can be
Secured at Guo l3tL St. nw. Paper
hangers, painters, bridge and structural
iron workers, carpenters, lathers, plaster
era, nnd laboring men of any kind. WORK-IXGMEX-S
LIBRARY AND BUREAU OF
LABOR, GOO 13th st.nw. Telephone. 620.
,, -r, c.Tn--s.-ir rin,L. rnri-tf
, .
WE WANTYOnw save 25 to 33 1-3
per cent, on your money. Address, ror
particulars, IXDU3TRIAL AGEXCY, 723
Sixth st. nw. liem
PROF.. CLAY Is theoldest established
advertising clairvoyant and me
dium; consult lilm on business, mar
rfnge. love, lost or stolen prop
erty; tells who are vour enemies: how to
nold them and overcome all troubles;
brings separated together and causes
speedy marriage with one ynu Inier by
proper advice removes evil Influences
nnd spells sittings 50 cents; no charges
for sitting unless sntlsfled; hours. 10 to 9;
open Suuday. 489 H St., bet. 4 1-2 and 6tb
sts. sw. oc24-tf.cm
DRESSMAKING a-221.G. ?;
Ladies' bl)lis0 dresses Tor so. qnalnt
rrocks fiir little girts, $2. no2-7t-em
MME. PERRIN Scientltio paimls-
events or past and future revealed with
wonderful accuracK hours 10 to 9. MB
19th st. nw.. liet.Eand F. oclG-lmo
OUR blcj-cle club Is almost .completed;
Join now If you want the best wheel
made, on terms that suit everybody. STEH-
LIXG BICYCLE CLUB. 924 9Ui St. nw.
oc30-10t
DR. TAYLOR. 906 F st.nw.. makes
full sets of teeth for SB; satisfaction
irnaranteed; teeth extracted without pain:
told ftlllne. CI: amalgam. BOe. e4-t
J.T.WALKERSONS.20410thst.
clay, asbestos, paints, brushe- lime, cement,
twoand tnree-ply rooting raterlaLapr21-tf
t a Tt-ET7!z nepdinc? confidential treat
ment. A safe and sure relief la all
female trouble, constipation. Irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula,
etc. Separate imims for patients beror
end during; ccmrinsxuent, and rind bomes
for Infants if required. Strictly runt Wen
UaL MRS. DR. REXXEK. 16 Fourth t
ne.. near E- Capitol st.. Washington. D. 0L
JeS-tf
MME. ESTELLE tells all events ot
life; gives advice Ui domestic troubles:
strictly confidential: and neals all kinds
of sores, the latter for ladies only: hours,
9 a. in. to 10 p. m. 913 19th st. nw.
FOR BENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Great bargain; part of
9-room tiousc; nicely furnished or un
furnished. A. A., this olfice. no6-2t
FOR RENT GIG 3d Etreet nw., 4-story
lay window house; m. -1.; yard and
stable; also 9-room house cor. 4th and F;
key, C14 3d st. nw. noG-3t
FOR RENT 1825 12th st. nw.; brick
house; bay window; newly painted and
?apered; G rooms and bath, $20.81.
11DDLETOX & DU BOIS, 631 F St. nw.
It
FORRENT Furnished complete; lovely
house; a rooms and lath; all conven
iences; owner would reserve 2 rooms,
leaving 7. at $40 per month; would take
board in part payment, If agreeable. 1927
15th st. nw., bet. T and U. It
FOR RENT $28.00; 241 4 K st. nw.; 8
rooms, a. in. 1.; open fires and furnace;
key nt Strobel's tin store, 1727 Pa. ave.
noG-3t
FOR RENT Six-room brick bouse, at
4l2.nO; bill M st. ne.; key next door.
TRACY L.JEFFORDS.Clty Hall. noG-3t
FOR RENT To a colored tenant, 7
room brick house, Xo. 111G K st. nw.;
In good order; rent-$20.50 per month.
OWNER. IG22 6th st. mv. noG-2t
FOR RENT 1-742" Corcoran St., 8
rooms, a. m. L.tfax? $90.
1334 12th. 9 rooms, a- m. 1., $50; 230G
G St., JIG. 50. l
JOHN E. TAYLOR, 1213 F st.
no5-3t . n
FOR RENT 1111 1' st.se,, six rooms
aud stahie; large tj-axd; also 909 10th
st.se.: sK rooms; rent moderate. EDWARD
Kr.RX, 29 R st. nw. no5-3t
FOR RENT 1801 Q st., lovely corner
bouse; charming view; near Dnpont
Circle: newly papered nnd painted; $45.
Address owner, 514 5th st. nw., second
story front room. j ric-2t
FORRENT S18'30;8toreanddwelllns,
lentil and I nc., Inquire 345 Pennsyl
vania ave. nw. , 3t
FOR RENT 320 Jefferson St.. Ana-
coslla, 7-rooru house, $18.50; and 585
Jefferson st., Anacostla, $10.50. Apply
ui pa. ave. no-i-ar.
FOR HE
R HENT-Xew, excellent condition
o'luuuii targe parlor, .i. m. i., kc.iui,
furnace, stationary wash tubs, drying riat,
back alley; cars pass door. 906 11th st.
Be.: key at 900, same street. no2-7t
o-r
FOR RENT 1238 Duucan st. ne., 7
rooms; all mod. imps.; nearly new;
S15.30. JOHN W. AIOKlclS, G14Fbt.
oc31-7t
FOR RENT-1218 I St. ne. Six rms.,
cellar, stable, large lot; $18: would
sell cheap or trade. W. J. FRIZZELL. 509
7th st. u w.. office. Am. B. & L. Association.
tf
FOR RENT 1412 Gth St. nw., three
story br.; lOr. and to.; ceUar; furnace;
large yards; a. m. i.; sanitary plumbing;
in excellent condition: $40.50. Apply to
OWXER. 121G S -st?nw. ocio-ft
FOR HENT SUBURBAN.
FOR RENT At Brookland. several
Tirelty cottages -wtthtn two squares of
the electric road: latrobe and city water;
these houses for sale on reasonable terms.
GRACE M. THOMAS. 100 .Corcoran Bldg.
nol-3t
Auction Sales.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE OF
FULL LIXE OF MEN'S FURNISU
1XGS, ETC.. AT NO. 020 SEVENTH
STREET NW.
By virtue of several writs of fieri facias
Issued out of thejofflce of C. 8. Bundy, a
Justice or tho Peace In and ror the District
or Columbia, and to me directed, I -will sell
at public sale, ror cash, at No. 92G Seventh
street northwest, Washington, D. C, on
WEDXESDAY, XOVEMBER 13th. A. D.
189C, at 10 o'clock a. ni., a mil llneor Men's
Furnishings, consisting or Hats. Caps,
Gloves, Shirts, Underwear, Socks. Collars,
Cuffs, Umbrellas. Men's and Boys' Trous
ers, etc., etc.. seized and levied upon as
th property or David F.EIseman, and will
br sold lo satisfy executions Nos. 8904,
6905 890G. 8907, 8908, 8909, 8910.
8911.8912,8013, 6 fill, and 8915, In ravor
orUermanEisemuu, BenhaElse man. Heine
man Miclinelis, Bertha Llchtcnsteln,
Edward Kohner nnd Henrietta Kohner.
ALBERT A. WILSOX,
U. B. Marshal. D. 0.
DUNCAXSON BROS., Auctioneers.
d-ts
PEREMPTORY SALE OF OO HEAD OF
HORSES.
HORSES.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
S. BENSINGER,
AUCTIONEER,
WASHINGTON HORSE AND CARRIAGE BAZAR,
No. 940 La. Ave.
To-morrow (THURSDAY)
morning-, November 7, at 10
o'clock, will be sold within the
Bazar a carload of Horses and
Mares, consigned to us by Mr.
Louis Bcrner, of Philadelphia,
and consisting- of some first-class
workers and fine drivers. POUR
OF THIS LOT ARE VERY
FAST. ALL TO BE SOLD
WITHOUT RESERVE.
ALSO
A carload of Superior Horses and
Mares, shipped here from Ohio,
and are very fine stock for any
use. "We would call the especial
attention of buyers to this sale,
as the whole lot will be sold
WITHOUT RESERVE. COME
EARLY AND SEE THEM.
S. BENSINGER,
AUCTIONEER.
WANTED ROOMS.
TVANTED-Bf man and wlTe, room
and laoaru, with batn; location between
Gth und lltli and F and L sls.nw.; south
exposure preferred: price .must be reason
sonable; refb. rermlred. Address D. C. B.,
thlsorrice, giving price and roll particulars.
It .
"WANTED-By young married couple:
2 or 3 unfurnished rooms In nice, pri
vate family. Address CARL, this office,
and state lowest terms. noG-2t
WAKTED-Tifo or three furnished
rooms for housekeeping, or small fur
nished riat; northwest; two ndulU. Ad
dress. R.;UUs orrice. It
WANTED Three unfur. rooms, 10
mluutej walk from 14th and Park su.
nw. Address A. LEHR, 212G 14th st. nw.
At
WANTED-A "at or 3 or 4 rooms;
moderate rent; between K and V, 13th
and 18th sts.; or nice party to take part
of a house; references. Address 1731 K
st. nw. lt-em
LOST.
I.OST $200 reward; on Saturday, a
black shopping bag containing about
$30 in money aud a box or jewelry. The
above reward will be paid ror Its return
aud no questions asked. Address J. A. L
C, Times orrice. noG-lt
IjOST A mink rrom 7th st. nw. to 7th
and O sw., to 10th and C sw. Reward
It returned to 8. BACKEXHIMER. Kann's.
no4-3tem
RAILROADS.
Pennsylvania
RAILROAD.
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
STREETS.
In Effect bent. 0. 1805.
10,30 A.. M.-PE.SXS YLVANIA LIM
1TED. Pullman Sleeping, Diulng. Smok
ing and Observation Cars Harrisburg to
Chicago, Cincinnati, IndianapoUs. St
Loula, Cleveland and Toledo. Buffet
Parlor Car to Harrisburg.
10.30 A.. M. FAaTLINE. Pullmaa
Buriet Parlor Car to Harrisburg. Parlor
and Dining Cars, Harrisburg to Pltta-
3.40P.M-CHICAGO AND ST.LOUIS
EXPRESS. Pullman Burfct Parlor Car
to Harrisbuig. Sleeping and Dining Cars
Harrisburg to St- Louis, Cincinnati, Lou
isville nnd Chicago.
7.XO X. at. WESTERN EXPRESS.
Pullman Sleeping Car to Chicago, and
Harrisburg to Cloveland Dining Car to
Chicago.
7,10 p. at. SOUTHWESTERN EX-PKUSrf-
Pullman Sleeping and Dining
Curs to St. JaiuIs. and Sleepine Car, Har
risburg to Cincinnati.
10.40 P. JMC.-PACIFIC : EXPRESS.
Pullman bleeping Car to Pittsburg.
T.GO A. at. for Kane, Canandalgua,
Rochester aud Niagara Falls dally, ex
cept Bunday.
X0.30 A., at. for Elmlra.and Renovo,
dally, except Sunday. For WiWamspurt
daily, a:-iu d. in.
eent
ingron to ousjieusiou uniict; via .rimraio.
10.40 P. at. for Erie. Canandalgua,
Rocuesicr, Buffalo and Niagara Falls
dally. Sleeping Car Washington to El
rnira. For l'blladelptlln. New York and the
East.
4.00 T. at. "COXdRESSIONAL LIM
ITED" All Parlor Cars, wim Dining
Car rrom Baltimore, for New York, daily,
for Philadelphia "week days. Regular
at 7.or (l)lnmir Car). T-2U. 8.00, 10.00
(Dining Car), and 11.00 a. m., 12.15,
8.15, 4.20, 6.40. 10.00 and 11.35
p. m. On Sunday, 7.05 (Dining Car).
7.20, 0.00, 11.00 a. m., 12.15V 3.16,
4.20, C.40, 10.00 and 11.35 p. m. For
Philadelphia .only. Fast Express 7.00
a. m. week days. Express 2.01 and 5.40
p. m. daily-
For Boston, without change, 7.C0 a. m.
week days and 3.15 p. m. dally.
For Baltimore. 6.25, 7.05. 7.20. 7.50, 9.00,
10.00, 1O.30. 11.00 and 11. DO a. 'm,
12.15, 2.01, 3.15, 3.40, (4.00 Limited),
4.20, 4.1t6 fi.40. 6.05, 6.40, 7.10, 10.00,
10.40, 11.15 and 11.35 p. m. On Sun
day, 7.05,7.20, 9.00. il.05, 10.30, 11.00
a. ni., 12.15, 1.15. 2.01, 3.15, 3.40 (4.00
Limited), 4.20, 5.40. C.05. 6.40. 7.10.
10.00, 10.40 nnd 11.35 p. m.
For Pope's CrceK Line, 7.20 a. m. and 4.36
p. m., dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.20, 9.00 a. m., 12.15 and
4.20 p. in., dally, except Sunday. Sun
days. 0.00 a. m. and 4.20 p.m.
AtlanUo Coast Line. Express toe Rich
mond, Jacksonville and Tampa, 4.30 a.
m., 5.30 p. m., dally. Richmond and At
lanta, 8-40 p. ni., daily. Richmond only,
10.57 a. m. week days.
Accommodation for QuanUco, 7:45 a- m.,
dally, and 4.2D p. m. week days.
For Aloxandria, 4:30, 6.35, 7.45, 8.40,
9.45, 10.57. 11.50 a. m.; 12.60, 1.40,
. 3.20, 4.25,5.00. 5.37, 6.16. 8.02,. 10.10,
and 11.39 p. m. On Sunday at 4.30,
7.45, 9.45 a. m.; 2.45. 6.15, S.02 and
10.10 d. m.
Leave Alexandria for "Washington, 6.05,
.43, 7.05, 8.00, 0.10, 10.15, 10.2E?
ju m.; 1.00, 2.15, 3.00, 3.23, 5.00, 5.30,
6.13. 7.00. 7.20. 9.10, 10.52 and U.od
p. m. On Sunday at 0.43, 9.10, 10.28 a.
in.; 2.15, 6.30, 74)0, 7.20, 8.10 and
10.52 p. m.
Ticket offices, comer Fifteenth and O)
streets, and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left tor th
checking of baggage to destluaUon from
hotels and residences.
8. M. FREVOBT. J.. WOOD.
Gen. Man. Gen. Sum. Ajrfc
Dr. Walker's Low Rate of
$5 A MONTH
No Matter Whether You Have One,
Two or a Half Dozen Diseases,
S5a Month Is All You Will
Have to Pay for Treat
ment and Medicine.
Dr. Walker stands without a reer In the
successful treatment of all nervous, chron
ic, awl blood dii-eafes, He lias prut,tlced
In Washington ror the past three years.
He cures Hearness, Catarrh, AsII.Km, Bron
chitis, Piles. Xeuralgia, Conciliation, In
digestion. Rheumatism. IHkum.' or Wo
men, Private and cilicntc dwcnfrei. Vari
cocele, StrlcturtH, and all i.j.iuuo. of Eye,
Ear, Xose, Throat, Lungs. Stomach, Heart,
Liver, Kidnejs, Bowels. Bladder, Rectum,
Blood or Skm. Lost munliood rt stored.
Remember only a ree of $5 a mouth for
treatment, which includes all medicines
and apphunces and a guarantee or cure
given or money refunded. Dr. Walker can
tie see.'i from 10 a. ni. until 5 p. m.. dally.
Those who cannot make it convenient to
call during thofce hours, can fee him Wed
nesday iiid Saturday evenings irom 7 to 8,
from 10 to 12 Sunday. His well-known
sanitarium is 1411 Pennsylvania avenue,
'adjoining WJlIard's Hotel.
E DTJCA TIONAL.
WIMODATJGHSIS Classes, 1328
I st. nw., oegiuuiug Xovember Short
hand, dictation and typewriting, Mrs.
Baldwin, of Business High School; book
keeping, etc. -
ADA L. SMITH. Snpt.
at aiE. J. ESPTJTA DALY..
Sight singing L-iM.es (note chain system).
Studio 1118 Xew Yorka cnue.
Two lessons weekly. S20 per reason.
Mount Vernon Seminary
CORNER M AXD ELEVEN" TH STREETa.
WASHIXGTOX. D C.
A SELECT RESIDEXCE AXD DAY
SCHOOL FOR YOUXG LADIES
AND LITT LE GIRLS
Twcntyrutt jear open TUESDAY. Oc
tober first. Large and attractive build
ings, thoroughly equipiied wllh every re
quisite of a mined home and a progres
sive tcJiool
Applications for admlMlon of pupils to
the cUy school may lcrnadeaf IcrSeptember
tifU'cuth. between the hours or ten and one
o'clock each murnlng.
Mia ELIZABETH J. EOMERS.
x-27-3nio Principal
WANTED-IUU young people to loin
bU'Tthauu dictation classes, which are
now being tormed at Wood's Commercial
College. 311 and 401 East Cupilol St.. at
the low rate of S1.00 per month. Send
for catalogue containing pictures of 84
graduates. oclB-lmo
WALTER bCOTT STBTbOX, ceacher of
acting, elocution, dancing. 1324 12th
st- ocl6-
K15C0KD OP THK COURTS.
Court of Appeals, Chief Justice Alvey,
Justices Morris and bhepard. Admissions,
James R. Gow, Acdiew Wilson, and Mm.
A. Fisher. No. 000; Dana vs. Bock Creek
Railn ay Company, patscd. Xo.tOfc, Hutch
inson, executor, vs. Worthmgton et aL,
passed. Nos. 405, 460, 467, 468, 4U9,
1'rjor, Brown, Ackernian, Bouibey et al.,
Hayne et al. vs. Mclntire et aL, passed.
Xo. C07, Dugan et aL vs. Northcutt, motion
to dismiss overruled. Argument by B.
Forrest, lor apjiellant and H. H. and 1). W.
U lassie fur appellee. Assignment: No.
on hearing; Xos. 504, 512.
CircultCourt, No. 1, Justice Bradley. Of
NovemberlurylistOuyKlng.H.C.Sherman,
J. L. Thompson; eight additional names
ordered for to-day. Hi re will of Kate
Hutchinson Olmstc-ad, Jury respited. Home
of Aged Colored People vs. District of Co
lumbia, judgment in certiorari. Assign
ment: Xo. 04 on trial; Nos. 346. 358,
300, 306. 3'ib, S70, S7, 374, C4, 776.
CircultCourt Xo. 2, Justice McComas. Of
November Jury list, James A. Xicnobon,
John W. Baker, and Thomas Towler not
found; II. Uoltismnb. S. H. Stidham, C. L.
Bmall, E. J. Story, C. S. Nelson, Wm. E.
Thompson, R. H .T. Lelpold, John W.Gibson,
Frederick Kramer, and John Montelth ex
cused. Twenty -slxnamesorderedfor Thurs
day to complete panel. Rule to thow cause
ordered to issue to Joseph W. Daniels, re
turnable November 7. Baltimore Mutual
Aid Society vs. Mills, rule to show cause.
Assignment: Nos. 139, 117, 15, 16, 119.
Equity Court, No. 1, Chief Justice Bing
ham Perkins vs. Tyrer; sale decreed,
Charles H. Bjuman, trustee, to sell. Horn
ing vs. Ryder; sale confirmed finally, and
reference to auditor ordered. Gordon vs.
Kail; commission to get Infant's answer
ordered to Issue. Cuslck s. Cuslck; sals
decreed, Charles W. Darr, trustee, to scR.
Graysoa & Cain vs. Lipp; lien decljrcd in
favor of complainants. Conley vs. Skaggs;
sale ratified nisi. Assignment Nos. 2,
9, 11, 12.
Equity Court, No. 2, Justice Hagner
Feabody vs. Board of Munition Presby
terian Church, U. 8. A.; order pro con
rcsso against certain defendants. Boudin
vs. Smiih, admin IMra tor, ami others; order
pro confesso against certain derendants.
Erwin vs. Newman; order ratifying sale
nisi. Asliton vs. Ashton; divorce granted.
Cunningham Vs. Samuels; decree nesting
tltlein complainant. Assignment, Xos.55,
57-03, 65, G.
Criminal Court, Xo. 1, Justice Cole
or No ember Jury list George E. Clements
and Samuel M . Bryan, rail to respond.
Augustus Burgdorf,' James F. Lortus, J.
D. Newton aud W. B. Bryan excused; ten
names drawn for to-morrow to complete
panel. In re estate or James E. Young;
jury respited. Geoxge H. Jarboe, perjury;
recognizance, $1 ,000 taken ; John H.
Murphy surety.
Criminal Court Xo. 2 Justice Cox Ar
raignments, pleads not guilty; Mary Tucker,
false preleuses; David Collwell, -false
pretenses; Thomas Palmer, alias Duno.
larceny; John Johnson, carnal knowledge;
Clement Woodward, larceny from person;
Audrcw J. Bojer, libel, nolle prosequi;
Harry Wilkinson, housebreaking, nolle
prosequi.
Probate Court Justice nagoer Proceed
ings In estates as follows: Joseph RuHel,
will riled. James H. Besslmg, guardian to
Edward Bessling? sworn statement In
lieu ot account riled. James E Pugh.will
returned rrom Stroudsburg, Pa., with
commission executed. Mayhew Plater,
final notice, with Nov. 29 for day of set
tlement. Charles G. Stone, Xor guardian
to Elizabeth V- Griffis, et al.. petition
for leave to make certain expenditures
filed. Horace L. Piper, will partly proved.
George Flint, order of publication. "William
S.Blcwart.-wIUflled William H.Kingsley,
petition of William X. Ward, ror probate
and letters testamentary and assent of kin
filed. Serena Hanson, Inventory of money.
$994.88 filed. 0. C. Green, petition of
executors for sale of stocks filed.
Drowned Cnptaln Found.
Cape Charles. Vn., Nov. 5. The body of
Capt. William McKown, a prominent oys
terman of this city, who was drowned
October 13 near here, has been found on
the shore near Virginia Beach, Va. The
body will reach tiere to-morrow morning.
Terribly In Earnest.
Greatest champion I'll meet yon any
where, lip to lip njid tooth to tooth"
Greater champion I accept!
Greatest champion And I'll bet you $20,
000 I knock you out"'
Greater champion Tou brute! Ate you
talking of introducing personal violence In
a . modern pnze fight? Cleveland Plain
Dealer.
The New Mun.
" 'Oh, land of rest, for thee I sigh
When will the moment come,'
When politicians cease to lie
And women Btay at home?" ,.
A Tell-tale Odor.
With stealthy tread he eaters now
Ills domicile, belated.
'TIs all In vara; the man Is caught
By the breath hlmsalf had baited.
Detroit Triboaa.
STORY OFJjjl 16EII
His Rise, Career and End by the
Customary Route.
PLAYED THE LONE HAND
llllllo Hrnzzelton, of Tncson, High
waymen and Touch Wild Career
Thut Wus Wound Up by the Trench,
ecy of u. Friend WushlutoultUi
"Who Helped Kill Hliu.
Did you ever hear the Uory of BUlli
Brazzelton, the lone, highnaymau of
Arlzona7 Very Tew persons Iu the East
have, but nic-moriet of this man are deeply
written In the rulndt of old-umers hi the
far Southwett. Billle was a native of
San Franciico, aud In "very early youth
wat, by the uc-ath or bis parents, who wers
mpctiable residents of that green and
tuby part or 'Frisco, known as theMisslon,
compelled to hustle for himself.
His native euitirebOiijc-iiess so thrived
in his environment that it descended into
vlciousness. He was without home and
had only thote hopes "ft loch are common
moro or lets to all boys that is, to be a
conquering hero at the edge of a knife or
the muzzle of a gun.
He roved with his "gang" over the great
Satid-dunes. where buiutifur Golden GuU
Park now blc&boins as the rose; over the
green hills to the Suuth near what Is now
Menlo Park; over the wave-lashed lauds
to the northwest, where the Presidio now
is. They climbed Twin Peaks, then called
"The Maiden's Breast," and learned every
Inch of territory iu the abrupt cbappurel
grown hills back of where now stands the
village or Sanclhto.
Billie grew into what Is locally termed
on the Paciric Slope, a hoodlum, which Is
the western ror "tough." At the tender
age of Tirteen, Brazzelton killed his first
man and escaped the penalty. Single
handed, he Is known to have been the
author or nine daring stage robberies
in New Mexico and Arizona. It was by
reason of his lone-hand method of operat
ing that earned for him the sobrifjuet of
the "Lone Highwayman."
He had a close caU once when bunted by
a posse near Silver City, New Mexico,
but by some strategem never explained, b
managed to separate them and killed
them in detail as they came up. He was
one ot the best shots who ever monkeyed
with a trigger, and could shoot double
handed with accuracy.
In addition to his skill with shooting
irons, be was dead game. He came to th
end ot his tether at last, and was killed by a
posse led by Charlie ShlbeU, sheriff of.
Pima county, Arizona, a few miles south
of Tucson.
His end came in this manner: It was a
red-bot day in July, 1878, that a West
bound stage, driven by Joe Converse and
carrying the United States malls and tin
Wells, Forgo & Co. express box polled oat
of Tucson and beaded down the Santa Cruz
valley, destined for Florence, Arizona, sey-cnty-rive
rullcs away In the Gua -ralley.
The trail was part of the Southern overland
route rrom El Paso, Texas, to San Diego,
California.
Although that particular part of th
country had m earlier days been Infested
with bandits, the officers of the law relt
certain that well-directed slags and th
punctual application of extemporaneous
rope had discouraged the practice of
holding up the coach. No apprehension
was felt, and the stage rolled peacefully
along "till It struck a scagr. Eighteen
miles west of Tucson is Point or Rocks,
a rugged, sun-parched elevation. The
road there Is heavy, and the horses plodded
at a walk.
Suddenly the coach stopped, the driver
and occupants, one of whom was Mr. John.
P. Clum. of the inspectors' division of
the Postoffice Department, were covered
with a gaping rifle held by a six-foot
bandit of athletic build. He was masked
and the Identity of his clothes was con
cealed by pieces of bagging. Ha wore
two pistols and two cartridge belts and a
fatal-looking knife.
"Throw up your hands," Is what he said.
The occupants threw up tbelr hands, and
their valuables also. The mall pouch and
express box were dumped off, and with
a few words of farewell the coach moved
on to Florence. Posses were soou scourln?
the country, but without avail.
On the return trip the same coach waa
held up by the same man at the lorni
place and In the same way. The knight of
the road used a black horse, and an unusual
Impression was made by one of the shoes.
Soon after this one of the citizens ot
Tucson was seen riding a black torse, one
of whose shoes made the same strange
mark. The man was arrested, and to es
cape lynching told that the name of the
bandit was Billle Brazzelton, and that be
had carried out provisions to him, and was
willing to betray him.
The traitor gave the tip as to when
he was to meet Brazzelton, and thitnei
the posse hastened. Theyhld inthe brush.
Brazzelton appeared at the appointed Urns
and Sheriff Shibcll yelled "surrender!'
Brazzleton reached for his gnns, the posst
fired, and the lone highwayman of Arizona '
reeled, and fell dead. The body was
buried at Tucson and the grave of the dex
pcrado is still pointed out to strangers.
SISTERS TREATED AXIKE
Mrs. Linda "Webb Tells of Herself and
Airs. Ol in stead.
The contest of the will of the late Mrs.
Frank Olmstead was continued la Judge
Bradley's court yesterday by the examina
tion of Mrs. Unda Webb, who is making
the claim.
Ber manner was rather 'reserved, but
she told finnly and fully the material facts
by which it is expected to prove that Mrs.
Olmstead was incapable of making a will
and was unduly Influenced by her husband
in drawing the instrument or June 6, 188D,
under which he asks for more than S100,
000. She was mnch affected by the dis
agreeable task.
Her testimony at times brought expres
sions of weariness from Attorney Henry
C. Davis, of opposing counsel, but there
was all the time a court-rcom rull of spec
tators who did not seem to lose Interest.
Mrs. Webb told or the relations of her
deceased sister to herself and her mother;
the trouble between them in lb!4; the
reconciliation, and some of the circum
stances of Mrs. Olmstead's death. She
was not allowed to tell the circumstances
of the interment at Oak Hill.
There was a constant cross-fire be
tween Messrs. Perry and Totlcu, attorneys
for Mrs. Webb, and Mrs. Jerc Wilson and
Henry 0. Davis for the defense. Many
exceptions were reserved, and the casa
will almost certainly go again to the Court
of Appeals.
Mrs. Webb testified that her sister was,
from the time she "was taken sick at Virginia.
Beach, "listless, weary of everything, and
wishing only to bcletalone." Hermind was
misty, and she was weak and miserable.
She was in such continuous pain from her
head, from swollen feet, and from some ob
struction In her nose, as to be worn out
physically and mentally.
Bbe said that the suit filed by her sister la
1884 appeared to be brought under the In
fluence of Mr. Olmstead.
During all their Uves their motherhad
given the two sisters almost oxactly
the samo things. If she gave the witness
$20, she gave. Katie as much.
A Fall Poem.
FunVins rips,
Pigs' feet steamln';
Pickled tripo
Nightmare dreamln'.
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