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-g-r$:lsp$ - THE MORNING TIMES, WEDSTESD AX, OCTOBER 21, 1896. 1 x L. '7 iZ MARYLAND I NKd1 For Pipe and Cigarette 20Z.SackI0Cenls.g frt Cigarette paper with each 2 oz. sack, vs AMUSEMENTS. JAFAYETTE SQUARE OPERA EODSE M TINEE TOIHY Till1- EVENING matinee todax. this i:vi xi.no Dtnmiti 1 1mnipsoii mitl George VV. liver's THE SUNSHiNE OF PARADISE ALLEY. A cuuipauloti p a) to the Old Homestead'' and by tin -aine author. npcularpricts Keinug, -5, 75. s and1.5u. Ad uisolun5 c Matinee prices Orchestra, 7c;balconj,50c; fait il circle, Jjc ALXT 1VI i;k tiii: i:mini:'t tkagcdian THOMAS AV. N accompanied by Charles B. Hanford OP THIS CITY and a cinple: company Ilrpertftfre Mon day, ' LntiU XI ' In bdav Kiclia it u Avdiicsila MjT., Juc,inarH (Mr. llanfurd at Iiikiu r) Wed Ni-ihr. "Hamlet." Ill tir riav Tuliiir. Ciesir I nla, Othello. -at. Ala.. Merchant of VeriC',,hr.Ni-ht "II! ch ard HI ile of e i ; np.n. Tlmr-! ij. LAFAYETTE SQUARE OPERA HOUSE HEXT FRIDAY ot i AFTEP.hOOH a ' post ronoirr hil benefit ten- DLIIhU TO - HARRY C. FISK, I'orthc mint of His IVr-oual Waut A Lous Ut ctl oJnnfrers I'rum l. ry riieater la lValiln;tou. Prices 25c. to$i 00. Feat- ini. on alc at box nfln pct21-t G RAND OPERA HCU E. iht I'tirt 1?. -!.", "iO and T.'r Muiliittt 1'ric . !-7, "i ,iitl 50c. wiiK or ociom 1: 10 Tlic 1 k ut,ier m-nJe 1M Innn, A Romance of Goon Hollow. A Eeautiful Icve Stco of the Sonth. Uaicn-e Electrical 1 fleets Tte CreM Stiambaat Kace. " ATroapeoI Colored BnckanS Wine Dancers A I lactation Brass Ean3. At tfce Old Hocestcal is to Hew Eaeland so is A Romance of Coon ll-dlow to the Sonth. Not- A goo ' reserved seat on first floor,2Cc tl dmsd ty ami v.iturdiy "il-duice-i NfXtWtik liuiinu of Ilifr ixtli TylEW NATIONAL THEATER. Mat. Today, 25, 50 and T5c. . , Engigr-nient for One Week only of La Loie Fuller An A HIGII-CLV'-S CO . l'ANY. t 15-C. V WlMain-. VentriloquiSt. SJU Kicldinjr, Co line Jusler. t: ! tush man JL Holco Lbe. c 10 I.oni50 Moniro-f. iilt Snift and Chi f. Si"V V rederick Hal en ind Mollv Tuller. 10:05-LA LOIE FULLER. 3sext H eck The npcrinc comedy, "Dorca." ACADEMY. Price-. 2i CO. Toe and SI 0' ik Wed andat. Mat ii and Sjc., resered. ENGLAD'S GREATEST SENSATION, "WHEN Mat.Todav. LONDON SLEE Of! 25 and 50 Direction JAS. II. WAI.LICK. NEXT W'ELK OIULXTAL AMEKICA. BIJOU FAMILY THEATER. Matinee? Daily. All Till, I A TE.ST1VA1. Or LAUGIITEH, Week I noil's, (Oil. THE HOI EL). AI.A IIOTIINhK A". TEDDY. Next Week Al I ields "Darkest A.nerici." tKltAVs LCI.UJI KltAVs HCI.UJI THEATLK. ALL Tills luttnrpK TnrRflay, Tlinrtda W LlUv inn snlnruay WKKKIt'S "'OLYMPBA CO"" An tJtlravafrant Uurlesrjue Organization, hatinzius the 1'upular Hit- ol tha day. A supeior011o Lp-to-late Uurlesques- rstueck-GUs IIILla XJVKLTIIto. COLUMBIA ACADEMI. Sg3? rl Washington. Cyciin; tau:bt on a lluja II Coor. Competent instructor,. Charges in.alL Music ptcry fenfu; d anil P ilreru i Hut llritulu, Mgr. Tak. K.troat can. ARTHUR E. YUNDT, TEACH EH OF MANDOLIN, VIOLIN. GUITAR. btudio, 031 F Street. SOLcMons, tlQ. Room 1. 'Start right" in the race against competition. Get - rid of the old-fa'hioned steam engine - and put in an electric motor. It's - cheaper, quicker, cleaner, safer and more reliable than steam power. - Electricity fll run any kind of ma chinerj. bee us about It today. U. S. Electric Lighting Co., H3 Kth St. X. W. 'Phone 77. Hk CIilcVHtrr'a Esrllia 1uubI lira.. rCNNYROYAL PILLS Original uid Only Wenaue. ftftrc, alwsj rdlUita. lad it uk VTVggm 0r ,ICMKCT m mum . uJraJ in lA tvnd Cold meuIUc IbatM MaOad 1A bin ribbon. Take ttMmmdimilALt. AiDrarriiU.rKBd4. la n&mpi for BUticBUrt. tettimo&Ul aal KMtcr top i-aic," i ictur. t mars "MmlL. in.A0OTmimU1i Jfitu AmT. CUkelaw Catmlttal C11a41ti 8mara ataulUolrai- Tll.lr SE? Mwfm I & ft I IB ORE I 1 13 vv p Famous Educators Attend Her SeLqui-Centeunial. OLD WOULD SENT GREETINGS Tliiic-IIunurud O.UcKCbOt Europo Ex- lirfSM.'daiielrhuiiiliiM.iUHuulli-'iHiU-fully llliiinlimti-d Purclliucutb AU dri'hNUH by 1'roteHuin 01 ittiuiuil lteliututiou 1 lent ilUBlcul heKtUul. Princeton. N. J.. Oct. 20.-Tlio great Ctlourailuu of t'riticclo s one hunurni uml fiitlcin auuliersiry najoiicueil lliisniorii tu,; tiy i tuiuiii.iiior.iiio reliKtou bonico in Alt. Zander Hall. Long beTore tlic timu but foi tlic eiuL' nrineil, Hiu caiuiius w.is rt.ili!iidei.L nil tlic oraiisu and t)l.ick, to dear V" I'm lie.irt of eitry son of iNuiu Uioupbof underraduatcb louertd bv.lio.ull tliu old linn .llm ;?i-i.il Willi ail iiiii.UKiii m title Uu dUtniKiiislicd rtpru hLUtAiiiosofotherliislUutioiidti-iicli dtcl.cd In tin, i colors of I114 aim I mater, wan iRrcti nfe ail. i .iii:ro .1 1 1 .1 -no lainpus. At 10 30 interest became centered at M niU.iiia ClMpii nliercuio .icaiieuncprn cession, conijioseil of the trustees and f.a,uliy of Priiicilun and tliu leliJT'ili- from otlier coUckus. was founliiB. Pre ceded b a IjoUj of Hie undfrKiiidums, thej proceeded to Alrvindir Hull, ttlure they Mere rcaneJ b the audience n- lug t.) tlieir feel A choir of alumni optiied the pin.ics IJ miikIiii; Ihe an them "Venl Creator Splritub." tiii: oi'lni.nu bmivicns. Prof Fiaher.deaiiof YaleiJiiiiiltJ fccliool, pronounced the iniocitioii After the tmx iujc of the One Hundridtli l'h.ilm, I'rof. l)e Ht, of the Prliiculuu '1 hiolojjical htm inao r. ad the thud chapter of 1'irsl LVjriiillii.uia. 1 rcaimi. l.-ittou thin diliicnd tho i r nion, cliot'iniK the clcuntli erse of the Hiiro chapter, read as hm lext. ' Forultiu fouudatioii can no ninu la 5 than that is laid, which is Jesus Christ." hollow iik the MTiiioii, liean Hurra of fered the prajir. Alter hiiiKini; of the hjnin, "A Minhl Foures Is Our God," the 1U. Dr. W. It ltodaie of I'lnl.K.clpi.ia ilosid the morn iHK M.rice Trjtli the binedlctiou. Hon Charle-. K. (Irceu, LL 1., oponi'il tho iiftcrnooiis ecrc.fecs with a brief hiMoriial renew of PrliKtlon since lla Kraul'nj; of its charter lie inuitiouid the fact that I'rinccioii had neicr n cencil (lifts from tl e Mate, bat hail alwnjs Ui 11 sup ported bj 1ndiMdu.1l offcrlncs anil bi-(Uic-is. anil this, he cl limed, cntnilid upon its trustees the kii'pinK In trust of tli. pr in iples upon ivhich the ioIUrc was founded 11: nurrirLD s Ai.nr.Lss. He then introdiici d the Uei. Howard Duffield, '7.!, pallor of the old Fir-t l'rebi 11 ri.m Church, New York citj , who dtlixerid tin .idlings of wtlcoiue to tin wsilinn I'cKpltis )r Urien tlin lntroducid Prisiiluil Kl In.it or ll.irt.ird, who nplnd in Lchalf of Aimric.n uMTir-i lenu u li.irm d sciutiis Afur I'n-ident Llhott's adiiris Prof Josep'i John Tiioiiipsmi ol the iniicrMtj of Cambridge rtillod in a f 1 w- col Mani la nr n marks 011 Pel t-lf of lie Luupian tiiuersnies He spoke of the c!om fttl 111K lh.it iMstnl Ictwiiu C.iuihrldire and Prniei'in and of tie fact that thire was no "Aniirican 1111IM rsuj at wliili a t ainbridge man felt o iulcIi at heme as lure." 'lhen Mlowcd the rtadlni; of a list of lKtwcui lift andsit i-olliKts whRlihan ent addre-sc- of (ousratulation to the uniierUj An.ou Hie distiiifriii'lioil kii'Ms nlioor cupiLii jiosiiiuiik 011 tliu platfuriu wirel'risl deiaAd 11ns 01 the Lniiirsitj of Wisconsin, Oen Framis Walker presidiniof theilnsK ailiusutts JiJUUite of 1 is hhUopj , I'rof ConiTi ol the Uiucrit of Hnlle. Cicr inauj; I'ror Merssin of Desironne or Paris dpi While of Ami.ijLlis, rapt allelic of W'et l'oiiit Preside Ullmnii or Jcltns Hoikius President Si lb Low of Colu'PbM, Pfof Fisher, dean of Yale liiiU s,iicl; Prol Dowden or Trinitj ColUi:c, IiiiUiii. I'ror HLbretlit, of the L'nueisin r Ltrcchl. Hollind, Prof Selli of Kdiiiburcli Vui ersil. I'ror liruBJinanor Leips'i, I'ror Harkicss of lirowns, I'risi dtnc Al!i,ell of the I niit r-ru of Slid igan, and President Harper of Chicago received hytkusti:ls. The trustis-s of the unliersitj w:cre also on the platrorm rollowlng the exercises in Alexander Hall, the trustees and facuP rccclicd their gucstsin the Ciu-ucellor Orein hbrarj The cvi.tral space of the libr.ir had bci n cleared and on all sides of the room Were huugtlicframedaddressosor congratulation wlileli hid bfln neiiiid rroiu hit fiftj uiavrrsitles Many of them win1 works of art, being Imliinntl) Illuminated and written on l.ea) lellum in imitation of th sijii. of Ihe llilrueiitn mid fourl.eiitli centuries Among te finest were those suit b the Uuliersilies of Koine and oT liologni. Italj The palogrnph or 111 arly all the udi'ressos was such as would ex cite tin admiration or the most critical nnlttni.iri.iti and the exhibit fnniitd a lerj interesting feature of the celebration In tliu eiening the f,rand musical con cert of the s.s(uicinuunial, undir the di reclionof Mr Walter P-imrosch. took place. Flint Gins... Works to Start Up. MillvlIIe, X J, Oct CO It was an noanccd deflnltelj todi tli.it Whitnll. Tatum A Co has readied an agreement with their flint glns blowers on the basis of a 10 per n tit reduction from Ian year's scale of wages Work will be re sumed at the company's works as soon as the furnaces can be gotten ready. This means employment to 1,200 persons. 'loii.pkliin-Colllii Case. Ycstenlij naatheda setfor the prelim Inarj hearing In the ca'e of John W Col hus. charged with shooting Gwvnn It Tompkins, In order Hint final bonds mifcht be fixed Tompkins was discharged fro.n Garfield Hospital Sunday eening and it is hinted that tliu affair has been com promised, ns no date has lioen set for the bearing. Tliree Inches of Snow in New York. Clotcrdale. N Y , Oct. 20. Three Inches of suow fell in Wells, Hamilton county, this morning A slight tall alioircurrcd In this city and county this morning xVonldn't Yon Llk'o To have wmr acant house advertised until tm Mr It under rent? We an readv to do that cr thing. Come and s .. Valine! It t.mm 'HIE '1 1MES- KEAL ESTATE BUIIEAD. A WORN-OUT FAD. "Spring 3Iedieiues," "Blootl- PuriHers" and "Tonics" an Olil-Fabliioncd Idea. Ture blood, Etrong nerves and muscles, firm, healthy flesh can ouly come from wholesome food well digested "Blood puririers" and "nerve tonics." do not reach the cause or the mischief. Theslom aeli is the point to be looked arter. The warest and surest way to cure any form of Indigestion Is to take after eaih meal some hunulcss preparation vhicli will of ihself -digest rood There is an excellent preparation of tlds kind composed of vege table! essences, pure pepsin. Golden Seal and fruit salts, sold by druggists under name of fctuart's Dyspepsia Tablets and these tableLs taken after meals assist digestion wouderfully because they will digest the food promptly before it has time to ferment and sour, and the weak stomach relieved ahd assisted In this way soon becomes strong and vigorousagaln. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are superior to any secret patent nicdlclnqs, because you know what you are taking into your stomach.. Thoy arc sold by druggists etcry wliere at CO cents per package." Write Stuart Co., Marshall, MiclL, for iCK)k en ftomacn disease. 0019(21,23 Linda Brent's Story of Her Escape From Slavery. SHE NOW LIVES IN THIS CITY K1111 Awny und Wns Conci'iiicd by Wbllu friends In u Guriut 'Xbreo Feet by Seven Mnyetl Tbero 0er heen Yours llefulu Fiuully Eh cupliie; Into tbe Piee htuteu. Sccn years a runaway sIae, shut up In a little cell where she could seo her children, but dared not speak to them; thirty years a resident of New York und vicinity, a treat part of the time a fuitic, but, neverlLelcss, the friend and protege, of the family of N. P. Willis; twenty years .1 resident of Washington suth is the re cold of an old colored woman wlio is passing ihccrily the closing dujs of lire at tin residence or her daughter, on Pierce Place northwest, in tliii till. Her name was Linda Bnnt. She w us seen by a linn s reporter a lew days ae.o, and talked Iiiteihgiuil) and interestingly or her al most Incredible trials und bullerlngs nhile ihe was striMiig to si cure her own lilerly and tliat of lie. r children, the Pcnatoi's sou and daughter. blie is now eighty four jenTS of age, hut Kl ill retains most of her mental igor. oho met with an accident recently which has rendered her a cripple, fur a time, at ieast, Jin! she is just now unable to mole about, except Id an tnialid's chair. This is. however, as nothing to the tortures, meiitil and physical, which she has undergone, und she bears it with equanimity, eicu with smiles and tears of Joy, in coniiurlsou with the life fiou which she neaped so long ago, but which made so Mini an Impression upon her that she will cintinue to feel the sensations when she talks of those days as long as she lies. Her story, ns told by herself, begins as a six-year mil child In a feouth Carolina town Site was the daughter of a slave carpenter, who bought a iiii.isiire of free dom by supporting hlttise-If and paying Ids mistress $200 a year rrom his earnings. Her mother was the roster-sister of her mistri'ss, and her graiidinothtr was a woman of that frequent type among Intel Iguit mill littles who prove so valu ible as nnrs.s and housikiepers that at the death or the old master they are set free Lluilt limit belonged at lirst to tin- kindest or mistresses, but by the ihangi s or time 'ell into tile control or a I)r Flint, a most unrieilug tyrant, who at ctptcd all the r'glits or ownership to thur uttirmost as .1 111 liter or iiiurse and as ginranteed by ili.-inc sanction An episode of slierj not familiar een to mill', wlio n re brought uptn the South of which she tells was the ti rror inspired b dinger or a rebellion ortheslaies and the preciutlons taken lo keep the 111 in chei k 1 1 is her ex perleni e at the timo of tliu N it Turner ri I 1 lliou The time of the war for the annual .mister, whirli I. is been replaced by our National Cm ird drill" and encampments had pissed Hut witeiiltie vsord wi nlnhoulthJt sine liadirs liad soni, tiling 111 foot and d incr wnsin the air anotlieriiuister was orilered, and 11 searrli for powder and shot or all the si. ne houses and the lwuses or rn e negroes alo was made 'Hi sin rise. ' s..n tli- on lady, "piopte wire )K. tiring in from cm ry quarter within iwe nl nii'is. of the town iome of the ei.Iorisl pisiple thoiiglit it was to tie an othir hoili and we were to lute a good time They Wire in high glee. I ..new belli r, for 111 j graiidinothtr had s'eii tho same sort of thing before I knew the hoi.ses wire to lie se.ircjjid, and exptslid it wouM lie tlone b (vuulry tiuliie-s and jmor whites I I'luw notJilng annoy is! Idem so much as to see colored people IHing in comfort and respect.i 1 1 iiy, so I arranged eiry tiling in my gnndmother's house as iu.it as possible. I put while quilts on the bed and ileei rated some of the rooms with riowers CIiOWDS OF bOLDIEHS. "When all was arrange 1 I sat down by the window lo valch Far as mj eje jould reach it n-sled 011 .1 motley erowd of Milters Drums and fifes were making music, and t'ic men were divided into eouipJiiies of sixteen each, headed by a captain Orders wercfinallv giienloseareh the houses of colored ico,ile, and a wild rush was made In every direction, wher ever a ci lured person's house was to be round Colored pt ople and slaves who lived 111 remote pirls or the place were made to s'Jfrer most In some cases the searchers scattered powder and shot in the chests ind drawers, anil then sent others to find !.etn Men, women and children were brutally whipped, in some cases as many as 300 lashes being given, anj other cruelties were practiced, even harder to liear. At our house the door was pushed rudely open, and the men came tumbling in. They snatched at everything within reach, l'ox, trunk, closet and cerner were all ran'acked. We were In the midst or the residences or white jieople who were our friends, and did not rear so much. When one of the men took a box of silver we had In the house and seemed about to make off with 11,1 recovered it, and asked one of our white ueightmrs to come and slay In the house till the search was over. He was an old frimd and readily concealed. They found so-nc of my grandmother's tabic linen and linen sheets, and cursed .mil swore over it, saying 'niggirs had no business with such tilings and It all ought to be taken away 'rom them and given to the white in-opic,' ' Finally a crowd of Item found a lot of ni letters, a nil in a chorus s ingout. 'We've got 'cm. We've got 'em The yaller gal's got letters They were sure they had evi dence of a plan for an uprising of the negroes. When the supposed letters were examined they were found lo lie only a copy of verses sent me by a friend." THE SLAVES AT CHURCH. The slave church and its meetings are also well remembered by Llndx "The col ored people prayed ferventlv," she said, "and sang as though they were free as birds. This meeting for worship on Sunday was one of their oases In their dreary ex istence. One or their songs, which I re member is weirdly Impressive. It runs: "Ole sat.in thought he had .1 mighty aim. He missed mv soul, and caught my sins. Cry, an' en; cry, amen; cry, amen, lo God. lie took m j sins upon his back; Went muttering and grumbling down to hell. Cry, amen, try, amen; cry, amen, toGod.' " Fn.illy they were.uboul to lake both her children down to the plantation to live, aud she was sure they -would rare hard. She determined to run away. She had charge of the house, and upon a pretext of completing her work for the day kept itnpeiitillmldnight. "At half past 12," she said, I stole softly dow 11 stairs. I stopped on the second floor, thinking I heard a noise. I felt my way down to the parlor window and looked out. The night was so intensely dark that I could sec nothing. I raised the window very carefully and Jumped out. ' Large drops or rain were falling and the darkness bcwlldired me. I dropped on my knees in the soft earth and breathed a short prayer to God for guidance and pro tection. I groped my way to the road and rushed toward the town with all possible speed. I arrived at my grandmother's, but dared not tell her of my purposo to run nvv.iy;so I did not call for her. "I tapped softly at the window of a woman who lived In the liousc with us a number of years. I knew she was a faithful friend and could be trusted with my secret. I tapped at the window sev eral times before she waked up. When she finally let trie in and I had told her my purpose, she said: " 'For God's sake, don't. To' grand mother Is trvin' to buy yo' and de chll lern. Mr. Bands was bere last week. Be 1 tole ber be was sola' away on umlnesa. but be wanted her 10 go ahead buvln' yo' and de chlllern, au' ho would help her.' "I told her I had-, a hiding place, and that they would leave the children with their grandmother when I -wns gone I went, out in the darkness and rain, and ran on till I came t6 the house of a friend who hud promised to conceal me. "The news tliatl was gone made the o'd doctor, my master, rave and storm. He accused m y grandmother of helping me, but she did not even knovv that I had gone till be told her. My trunk at my grandmother's wascmpty.asl had taken care that It should be, and they believed that I had gone to Ihe North. "My grandmother's house was ransacked from top to bottom., Every vessel in tho harbor was searched, and the law against taking runaway slaves was lead in each. Atnighta watch vvassetoier the town. A reward of $J00 was offered for me. One time Dr.Fltntsaid: 'If I find out that nny or Ino niggers have anything to do with this d business I'll give 'em EUO lashex At another time he sild persuasively lo mv grandmother, 'Tell her if she will cmno back she shall have her children to live with her.' Hut my poor grandmother did not even know If 1 was alive. I longed tp get a message to her, butiould not risk it. They left tho, children with her to cscapethocxpcnseJortaklngcareor Hit m." One time the sea'rehers came so near her hiding place that sire ran out into a thicket where she wasbitleu.by a poisonous snake In the piln .uid fright for her life 'he appealed to a white friend, who loved her grandmother greatly. Ihey had been compiiiioiis from'gfrlhcol. This filend took her into her.hoine ami secreted her for several mouths, in a stoic reon. where only tho mistress arid her cook need ever come. The white friend said to the grandmother: "Aunt Martha, you must promise me that my name shall never bu mentioned. It would ruin me and mv family. No one in my house shall know, but mv cook, and she Is so faithful I would trust her with my life." UNDER THE KITCHEN rLOOR. The house maids, lowevir, hail occa sion to goto the store room at short Inter vals, und arter several mouths or conceal ii.tnt she was taken from there by the cook and put under the kitchen floor. This was done by lining a Loard and letting her down lit tin en tie big logs tl-it the floor rested on. "tlv tills tlme I had rcgul ir communi cation with my grandmother and friends, aim tue itiougnt 01 her sunt ting unit tho dinger to my children was agonizing. Hut 111) benefactress told me my aunt would take tare of the children in the Jail, and they would all have to begivin enough to tat at least, ami their health would l-e prnitctt tl because that was what made them valuable as servants," She stayed many days under the kitchen foor, vvlicreshcconldhearlhccook walking above her and where she could heir hir talking. The cook vvou'd talk as she wvrt about her work, so that she might hear vvli.it was going on. Hnnllv Dr riint got word th.it she was It: New York, and borrowed Stjt'0 of her benefactress to go after her. W lien 1 e came back he was more than convinced tint she had gotttn lo thcfrie fct.ites and rcli-ced his vigllsucein looking lit nor. About that time lie was hard pressed for money anil he sold a number of lil sltios Amou4 them ho included her two children anil brother Ho got Sl.iiUO for the tliree It turned out thai the punlriscr was Mr Sands, who had been watrhincali tiii time to bu his owl: children. Hellion sent them to live with their grandmother Tills nnde them all vorj happy. Tho totk told the ninth! r ol thiso things while she was secreted under the kitilr-n rim-r Mie first hi aril of the sale .uid didn't knovv who had hem tho piirclusor Mie only hoped it -was tlic children's father "I bit my lips," she said, "to kitp from crjing out when the icok first to'd me. Wereui) chlldn 11 to I o Willi in) krmnl mollier, or would ihe simulator win maiV the pun base carr) them avvay v lie 10 I should ntvir see them again, and tie) would be driven to death on scire planta tion. "Tlic stipi use wasdnatlftil Iiutl'Mty Hie cook, finally 'came to tell me, and her face was one, broad sn.ile as Ito'jld sis- through the -r.-ck iu tie rioor M'e said Ilrudtler an' cl iilenl all 1 ought by de daddy. I'se laiighin' tink'n about ole viass.i 1 ,int. t ov n ait lu'll 1 o' Iliilmv season of Joy and tl aiiksglv1u,r M) suf ferings had not been In vain." "Ills turn exas-ioratcd the doci t, and ho had her uncle arrested as having aided htr flight He was a seaman Mr s-ands got him out of prison Mum after that Linda was taken to her grandmother's very secretly They had prepared a little room, w he-re she Could crouch down and crawl about, but could nevtj: stand up She could h ive no light It w.is au oltl addition to the house and a pent roof They clarid not add auv thing to It for rear her pristine there might be suspected. The highest place In the roof was only 3 fist The garret was 7 feet wide and !' feet long There she lived year afler year In hearing .n.il almost in touch of her children, but without (luring tospeik to them, for it was ft and at the outset that they would say miiho thing in tlieir pr ittle that would let out the se-cnt She could talk often with her grandmother and one or two othtrs Four, five, six jears pissed in this living deith. She Lecaire so lient and 1 ramped with her constant stooping po-ition that she was striken witli 11.1r.U5 sis. She then had to lie taken out a part of ever) day, but Willi greatcare, to keep the chil drcu from knowing. She recovered, and after seven years had pissed iu the darkness nnd suffering of this retreat, she made her escape on ship board to New York. There she round em ploy incut, her children were brought to her, a 'rieiui purchased her freedom, aed shewas.it last aide to live In peace. She learned after her children liml been brought North tint the boy had. soon after she was taken to her grandmother's, dis covered her presence there, and, though then under ten years old, had guarded the secret as careTullv .is an) of them, and had never even told any of the others whit he had discovered. He Ind round out by hearing his mother cough in her little garret under tl;c eaves Looking up, he caught a glimpse of a part of her face, which he rccognied. When the children wanted to plav on that sideof the house after that he alwavs found some excuse to call them elsewhere. SPORTS A T1HAND NEW MOUTH. Bare Siirglcnl Operation Ileopntly P01 f ormt'dUpt. 11.1 Pitt hIiihk Man. J'ithbur'1 Pott. A wonderful surgical operation was per formed at the Homcopithie Hospital re cently by Dr. E R. Gregg of Highland ave nue. East End, assis'ed by Dr. L. II. Wil lard or Alleghany and Dr. Hoffman or ibhad)Side. In the records or surgical operations very few cases of the kind are to be found, one in about a century. Tlic operation was the opening of the stomach from apointontho left side near thelower ribs, and inserting a tube through which the man could feed himself. The patient Is a German named AVilliam Affholder. He Is forty-five years old, and until a year ago had never been ill A cancer developed in the cardiac cud of the stomach nnd in the oesophagus, result ing in a stricture of the oesophagus and preventing him swallowing food of any kind. He was a strong man and when admitted to thei hospital two weeks ago neighed 2715 pounds. Being unable lo take nourishment of any kind, except by in jection, he was slowly starving to death, and before the operation yesterday morn ing he was a mere skeleton, weighing only 115 pounds, a fIc-ss of 160 pounds In two weeks. His suffering by being unable to swallow and plenty of food about must have been more intense than ordinary In cases of starvation.1 The operation was resorted to only when the last hope of forcing food Into his stomach through his mouth had failed. Tliu obstruction -being near the stomach, the method of using a tube and syringe could not be resorted to. Affholder was perfectly willing for the operation to be lBCtfonucd; he wall anxious tor It, bo that It Is Not Difficult To Explain the Fact That Throngs Go to the Office of Dr. Walker Mil Penn. Ave.. Adj. Wlllard's Holel. The Best Advertisement for a Physician is a Cured Patient! Of these Dr. Walker Has Thousands! Among them may be mentioned Mr. COR-NELlbh bllKLUW . Ihe contrac tor, of 27 E st. mv., and his integrity dur ing a residence lit this city or iweiitj-idne years is well known. In all interview Mr. Jiurlcvv said. "I have suirtrcil from e zema of the whole body for twenty-five )ears,cuinpliiute,l with a stomach trouble that was so bad that everything I ate distressed me; oven water. I uiso sur fered terribly with hi adachu. and, although I have tried a number of the best doctors. I failed to obtain pcrmaiient relief. Tour inuiuhs ago I placed mjself under Dr. Walker's care, and I am glatl to say that I am better now than I have been Tor ten years " Dr. Walker prefers as his patients those who have railed to obtain .1 cure rrom other ph)sicians. The Largest Fee charged by Dr. Walker, whether you have one or more diseases, is $5.00 A MONTH. This Includes All Medicines. Or. Walker can be consulted FREE every day rrom 10 to 6; Monday, Wednesday, 'ihursda) and Saturday evenings. 0 to a: buiidays, 10 lo 12. 44-no Itames Publijacl Without Consent.'Cs 11KLP WANTED MALE. WANTED-Young man with experi t.,cc 111 or) goods business. IJ-ft 7th st. 11 vv. It WANTED-A boy to learn the tin bus mess; atxiiit 1G years old. Address TIN HL't-l.NE-ja, this offue. oc21 at WANTED-'t shop bo) for barbershop can at ou.i Xi st. nvv. It WAKTED-A first-class drunmur, a good opportuuil) for the right man. Call afur o .10 tonight, 221 F st lb. It WANTED-Al once, two hovs to 1 clp ai mining business DODhON i. HODUSO.V, UJij II st i.w . It WANTED-A first-class pnpirhauger at once DAW & MARLLltO. 1240 32d st. It WANTED-Ho) whoeaniiotsh ive,bi t .in 1 ,uSt I in self uscrui around shop. 1523 lath st nvv. lt.ciu WArs'lVi-:! A plumlei's leliicr, Willi one or two years' expera nee Apply at once, II. O. POND, 411 bill st. nvv ocJil-'t WA.NTED Tailor Apply at once. si)lu.v lvoLF,4Gst nvv ocl'J-Jt.em WANTED -Meulo learn barber trade; only cifaUt, wteks required; stead) 40b guaraiilt-ca in tit) ur country shop when luruugti, can earn wages fcnlurua)s, tools iluiiatetl upon entering Illustrated cata logue mailed rree Address MOLLU'd UAKllEi: taCHOOL, 07 Uudsun st . New York City oclB-7t HELP WANTED-l'EUALB. GO to I.iilles'Exchaiigerorgoodservaiits. Ii31 F St. It BOA1E AGENCY. 010 HUi 't . supplies uc-ii til htlp at short i.otite. H WANTED- Dressmaking apprentices and an errand falrl. Apt 1) lTut- M st. nw. It WANTED-B) Mrs Dunning, H21 F si nvv , good white cook; pay, M; whitcch iiiitienualdanil vvattress.p iv, 1 I, white girl for housev ork, pa) 11; all white servants are Invited to join tho fcervants Club. It W ANTED White cook; small ram!!), no washing; also waitress. 014 Uh st.iiw. it WANTED-")" Mrs Dunning, !i2l F st. uw-, tour white cooks, at ?li;. six white chnmbcriuauls anil waitress! . , ij rrom Sin to $11, ten white girls ror housew ork, at $12. oc-'tl-2l WANTED-Good German nurse, with first doss rtf. Address l'ox Jit. this of fiee. oelli Jt.i m WANTED-A reliable girl for gent ral housework, small fatull), slay nights, rets, required. 10.11 22d st It. em WANTED on Capitol Hill, two vvni'e girls, one for cooking, wahing und ironing, go home nights, wages $lti, the other to take c ire of two t lulttren. sta nights, w.iges in App!) 17.li. 7th ft 11 w ocliKIt W ANTED-Three cooks, oiie"ctiai-ibe--- 10. nil, lour general huusevvorkt rs. HI G St.; good homes. oclPJIt W ANTED tdrl ror general housework 111 small fa lull.", stay nights Gi:i Morris st. ne , bet. uth and 7th and F and G. ocl"J-3t his terrible sufrering could le ended t liner by placing food in his craving stomach orbydeath. Assoonashehad Lienpluccd under the influence of ether Dr. Gregg made an incision betw leu tvv o muscles on Hie left side, Just below- the ribs, and slowly separated the tissues without cut ting them until he could make an opening in the stomach A rubber tulie was placed In position and a small quantity of nourish lion better than had been expected, and when he revived lie showed little signs of shock. It is not proposed to leave the tube in the opening as 11 permanent arrangement, it will be allowed to sla), however, until the wound heals about It. It will then be with draw n und the abdominal muscles will close up asflghtly as hccouldcloschislips. When he is hungry he can Insert the tube himself, but bcrorc putting solids into his stomach he will first have to masticate them. He will never be able to swallow anvtliing, but unlike those vv iio are fed through a tube or an opening in the throat, heenn etijo) the sense of taste. His life depends upon the cancer. He need never starve todealh. CANNOT F.NI1ITHE CONFINEMENT. Indian -.Soon Die If 1 liey Are Dopriv td of Tlirlr Liberty In Prisons. Stoitx lilts Aiyus Leader. At the meeting of the Sioux Valley Medi cal association Dr. S. Olncy of Sioux Falls reaaa most interesting, not to sa) startling, paper on the effect of confinement on the Indian. The Argus-Leader had been told the same facts b) Col. J. II. Burns of Dead wood, but was inclined to take the colonel's statement with a grain or two of salt, as the colonel is an enthusiastic champion of the Indian. The figures of Dr. Olney, however, are even more startling than the statements made by Judge Burns. There are confined in the penitentiary 123 white men, some of whom have been there for years. Of this numtier hut two are sick. Of the nineteen Indians who linv e been confined in the penitentiary in thelast two years three are dead, one was par donedinn living condition and is now bare ly alive, five are in the hospital with Ihe death mark upon them, and three are III Of the seven who are practically healthy five have been confined but one month, one nine months and two for two years. All of these Indiana'appeared tc be sound when they were admitted to the peniten tiary. The statement of Judge Burns to Judge Hiner at the last term of the Federal court in Slnux Falls, that a short sentence of im prisonment was to the Indian In effect a death sentence, seems to be literally true, and there Is In this paper of Dr. Olncy an appeal to Federal judges whlcb ougQt to nave Us weight. HELP TVANJ-ED-MALB aVND Ii-JUIALB. WANTED-AtCltylntelligcnce Office, cooks, general houcworkers, wallers, drivers, lauudres.es. nurses, porters, Jani tors, stablemen, laborers, chambermaids, boys; places rurnlsiied till suited. LstaiP llstiod lbbO. HllAChLEi-01'D'S,427 lllh t. nw J oc21-6t WANTED If you tlilnk you can sell , ,i"(j?-,',P-lon books, see MR. DUKLKY. 1335 F st. nw.. In basement. oc21-3t WANTED-A party to take charge 01 a furnished house and board lady ami son; ref. required. Address J. P. 8., uiu 1 a. ave. nw. oc20-3t MALE -ind female htlp furnished free: Menu postal. 411 a st. oclO-Uc 61TUAT10Nn WANTKD-MALE. WANTED By a young man, place ns ..waller, houseman, in private or public; good clt) refs. Address U. J. a, thlsolflcc. 16 WANTED-riace as second man with private family. Address SOLDIER, tlilsjrtlce; it "WANTED I)' u. sober, reliable, and experienced, middle age-d white man, a position as collector or watchman, or any oilier kind of work; thoroughly acquainted In the city, and cun furnish rtrst clans references. Address RELIA11LE AND SOHElt, this office It WANTED -Position by mcatculter and grocer) clerk, with 7 y tars' experi ence; reasonable wages- ItiiAaONAhLE, this orfice. oc21-3t "WANTED riacc as stableman or louUuau. 2J5 Arthur Place uw.; ref. It WANTED-")' a colored man, place as ttrivtr of delivery wagon or Janitor or sexton or purler; city ref. J. "- x.. 2013 K St. nvv. It. fin WANTED-faltuatlon -liy a first doss meat culler and grocer) clerk; can give re-rs. Address box 12, this office. oc20-3tem W ANTED It)) oungiuauof mere antl'e cxperii ice, situation as clerk. Address J. V.liAKEK.JtiO Ind ave. ocl! ,lt,-in "WANTED By a student, place In private i.nnll) l-oariUtig house or hotel to vv ait for his board, will pay $3 to an) one securing him same. Address M UN TON, ibis orike. ocll.3t,era SjlrDA'llUNS VVAN'l Ell-1-KM ALB. WANTED By a competent dress-, niaser, werk by the tta) or wetk;tan give- lust clt) rers. Audress UltLoS MAKER, this orrice. It WANTED - vaie iaii,ny. -Position as cook 010 11th st. in pri ll WANTED -Place as general huuse- oiKer.iiurseoreiiamoeruioid. 1702 1-.2 lOthst. uvVj lt WANTED-Typewriting- by exirt operator, 10 tlo at home, reasonable rates Address II A. J., this olltce. oc21-7t WANTED" B)' a German girl, place iu a suiali lamil) , general housework. 301 1 N st nw. OC21-JI WANTED-li! eclortd girl.poMtlti. as -.uauiuerinaiu ur housework. 1 lo7 1st nw. , It WANTED-A place as dishwasher or Help aiouiid the house, willing to work to leal 11 Aduiesi, 10J1 4ili si. uw. Item WANTED-li) a risicciable colored tin, a place as etiamt trn.ald in small family of ivvo. Address Lox 23, tils or fice ll-tin "WANTED By mat, res- citable col-" ureti tin, place as ncrse, ciiaml-triua-d. orpiaiiiccoii-in, -liii.sinvv oc-ti-oi 01 WANTED-D) first-class cateress.din 11, t, rooi.i and kl.cl 111 Call or adtiress all tliis vv i e-k 10.15 1, t ave nw c,c2o-at em Vj.NX'J-D tamti) s washing to t.o at home, can be well reeomiitutlcet Adtiress .v R. thiaofliev ct.20-3t im WAM'iSD-A capable white woman wains place as cook, chambermaid or nurse Mlus W 1LORE.NCE, No. 313 Mechanics place so; c0 3t WANTED-") a nice colored girl. a. plate as nurse or chamhiriiiad, 111 privaicfamil) Address J4..: ir,tli st nw. or call .11 the Palais Royal lathes' ruon. ocJH .It WANTED-li a respectable co'ored gin, vvhIi rereicntt. Tor chambermaid and waitress, or nurse tall or adttrtss this week, at hojourner Truth Home tor Working Girls, 1724 10th st. nw. ociO 3t WANTED-A competent )oungady typewriter disires itosiiiun, Caiigrapu preferre t; best rer given Atliirtss tl 11., thisjifrice tclt.-JtAm "WANTED -imatio -as s,ti,i cov en ess, oy accomplished young lad): rers exchanged Adtlrtss EiCLL, this oir.ee oelSs-Jl-ein PElteONALS. HALEEL. the Persian SioentlfptPaliU; L isv ui,,crful! marvclou! astonish f lug! ueaiiy wuuuerful iiriiiie.uit iu. vf character. Haletl lias never been hire belure, he wilt rcm-aiu a few cLi-s oily. fcludio 512 i: si nvv. ll.VLLhL K.lohbL.. It aiilE. GOFF. the renew nedclairvoy-.u-l n is arn.ca in the. ifcy, u.is taken rooms at 45 D st nvv , can be consulted on the past, present 11 lid future, mlvice on all busiuess in liters. V u m till 0 p. m.. re sults guirantecd It YOTJ 'sK)- w lovely I cannot charge jou inure than 25 tents per pouittt lor the very best Elgin biilltr B B iOLNGS. To and 77 O st market, and ot Ibggs inarkeju tic21-ai TUtl 3 DAYS" CURE itor iloui leads all rtiiisi,t-s in this til) cures In i da)ft or ho charge. cotisullalKiti free DR. MclCELHAN,71t 12Ui st. nw oc20 '..t-em DANObU Are jou a coon weattcr priptirf If youareorare rot. It would pay you 11. sie our fine lot of st,rs anil 0V1 rcoal.s, the liast bit worn, at prices to suit )ou Jll.-jTU'S OLD bTA.M. HIS D st. uw. ic"l-7t tIE. THEO. palmist nnd card reader, tan be ceiisulttsl on business, and love affair,, wives and niothi rs come nnd see me when In trouble, communications strtetlv re iifitlt ntial. German sfHiken ojin itallv: prices 23c and COc. I'll. II st nw cc20-lroo HALEE. THE MEDIUil-And greatest card reader and sou-ntllicpnlm-1st In the ci). will help jou 111 your must difficult trouble, and none will l-e turned ana) without being sattsried and helped Tells )our life from cradle-to crave, and Just what you want to know Also tells about business deals, law suits, love af fairs, courtship, marriage, lost or stolen pro.ierl). family troubles, frit-nds and ene mies, and if the one )ou love Is true or false. Reunilis husbands and wives. sweet hearts, etc., brings troubles and quarrels all right, causes sliced- marriages with the one vou love, removes spells, causes goon iuck, cures drunkenness and ouier faults. Consult this girted person ut once, who has the power or any two mediums )0u ever met. Hours 9 a. m. to 9 p. m dad). Satisfaction guaranteed. Let no 0110 persuade you to go elsewhere. Halo- is lormeriy ot K-u 11 su. out now at y-J II st. nw. Remember name tlluleo) and number 1025 II st- nw.) Cut this out Prices, 25c and COc ocb-lmo PROF. CLAY ' the oldest estab lished tlalrvovant. card reitler, and mr-dlum advettisingln this clt) ; tells busi ness, love uffairs, Icisses, all events of lire rrom cradle to grave, interprets droanis. brings separated together causes spoisly marriages, removes spells, evil infin euces. family troubles Don't biiv, sell, or go a Journey untl' you consult the oldest and reliit.le medium Fee, 50c. lOtti lOdillv 4tcf. tl stsw ocO-lmem NO FLE UNTIL CURED. DR. LEATHERMAK. Speclalistin all rorms t,r private diseases lHdrocelc, Varicocele and stricture curetl. Coriltation free. Every day. U to 12, 2 o 5, Tues , Tliurs. and Kattinlayevenlngs, 7 to 8 002 F st.nw. Closed bunday. PI NOS moved by experienced men, COLUMBIA TRANSFEK CO . 32J 4 1 st- nw. Tiione. lntiti reibtr Dr. TAYLOR. U06.F st. uw.. makes lUll .C13 tit lis-u v, .si-.,- guaranteed: teeth extracted without pain; gold filling. $1: amalgam, 60c; extracting free when plates are made JelH tf T.ADIES needing confidential treat ment, a sure and safe relief In all woman complaints and irregularities Gold medal awardeiL-ror the stleuce of obstet rics rrom the Universit) or Munich, Ba varia Strictly confidential. MRS. DR. RENNER. No. 8 Son-nth st. ne.. near E. Cap. st.. Washington. D. 0. Z-OST. ,OST-0ne red cow. on October 17. Re ward if relurrcd to 2300 L at. uw. oc21-3t STRAYED -La-st Friday evening, a dig, part spaniel and setter, cni'siuiit brown, white breast, long ears, ornnge colorcd Tlbbnn'bow on collar; tag No. Cl.'i2. Liberal reward It-rtUicncd.. to J013 Vlr ginla ave. le. cc20 3t STRAYED -8iinday e-venlng. October 18, from Mr. Bailey's place. RlggV Milt road, bav marc, alioot fifteen, rears-old. scar on left Tore knr-f. IJbcrol reward fur return of same to W.W. VAUGIIAN. 603 I La. arc. cc20-3t JOB HC1TT KOOMB. FOB RENT-Furnishod. large, cheerful rooms; also front and back parlors: un furnished; well heated. 310 K st. nvv oe2i-.it JFORRENT-'At 416 Q st. nw., one large, well furnished room, for two per sons; bath on same rioor; -li per month others as low as SO. GO. oc21-dt FOR RENT One room; turuisli.-n or unfurnished. 31 F st. nw. oc21-7t FOHHENT-2il f loor, froat room; f ur.! -neai una gas; back room suitable for light housekeeping; singly or en suite- Ad dress J20 4th ne- It FOR RENT-u2t-. II st. nw , a large ba)-wiudow front room, on 2d floor: convenient 10 bath,au-o 2 front nail rooms. an southern exposure; rent ica-ouable. oc 21 -at FOR RENT 'lo geutlemcn. 2 rooms; $- ana s4 perinoutn. lOOJOst.uw. oo21-Jt FORRENT-Threeelegantfrontroouis; U..11., ,.iaeo, llgu". in., nee. u.g, hand some correr house. 100 Mass. ave. ue. oc21-.it FOR IlENT-Furnished or unfurnished front rooms; suitable for light house keeping or to geniu-u-eu; reasonable. JC5 Pa- live. nw. oc21-3t FOR RENT-Two large rooms, con- neeliog, on 2d floorr bay window front; together or senarnte: fumis'icl r i,n-,,r- uuht-d; no children. 021 N. J. ave. nw. oc-l-at, FOR RENT-Utifurnished rooms.AppIr Olbjl,! st. ue. it FOUriENT-L'nfur., entire 3d floor; register feat li uie room; gas. use e,r uaui; rirsi-ciaa li,catiou: 1 rite. $10 ptr month, in advance. 121 C it. no. ec20-3t-em large, sunny. 1133 13th st. It-cm FOJiRENT-211 llwir; wtll fir. room; chtap. nw. FOR ItENT-3 unfur rioms;riats,leat aim gas at.d water, 15 per too I1130 21st st. nw. ,c20 3t cm FORRENT-Fur. rnim, or 2 CLIur rooms, with light ai.ti heat. 213t U st. nvv. cc20-3t em FOR RENT Fur.orunrur rooms. witb or without board. 7ol M st nw. oc20-.lt-em FOR RENT-1400 K st nw ,op-ite Hoiei coel.ran Fur rooms, private baths, transients. ctl't.-7t em FOilltENT--lo Ind ave. nw.- ave. Un- iur., .! or 4 rooms, good location. It cm FOR RENT Double r-rlor: fur. or unfur.; meet. imps. lbOJ E. Cap. st. cc20-Jt-em FOR RENT Bright, sunny rooms; fur. oruntur.; with or without board; corner bouse with south antleu&L exposure; refer ences 1321 N st. nw. oc20 3t FORRENT-A nicely rurnlshed hall room; heated with gas slove; use of large closet. 1320 Rifcgs St.; rets. oc20 3t FOR RENT-Kntlre second floor; three uiifurnisiitti cominuiiica-.mg rtxims: a m 1 , newly papered, furnace btat; $12. 135 Carroll si ee , square from Capitol. oc20.lt FOR RENT-120 M iss ave nw.; 3 uufur rooms; second floor; for bonse- .l""S OCSUiib FOIt . ItENT-Four fur , partly fur. or unfur rooms for light housekeeping. Apply 13s E. Capitol st. ocLO 3t FOR RKNT-Large at.il small nicely iurui3iit-ii rooms, uea- ind hhl, new home; rent reasonable e20 1 st. nw oc20 FOR RENT-Large s cond and third s.ory in 11L rooms, newly Turn-sticd and large second stiry back rutin, with use of nqth 2-2 N J ave 11 .v c-c20 3t FOR RENT-At 1&10 K st nw ,a flat or luiiusueU rotjius, ies- u- and tie slrabie, in private laonlj of adults, whi can give best of reltreuces, cuttror or ver) iiht housekeiimg if de-sirid oc20-3c FOll IttIXT 2uulur ruoiini:i3ilfloor. 1 on ilh.togetherorsc urate Callaft--r 3 o'clock, 411 N Y. ave. otl'j-3t em FOR KENT 3 large unfur sunny rooms, Jd I loor; beat, gas and bath on same iloor. no cooking 453 G ol. nw. otlP 3i ein FOR RENT Nicely fur front and back looms, completely furntiied for hht housekeeping. 317 l'a ave nvv , sc-iond flour. ocl7-7l-eiu FOR RENT Two unfur n-oms on 2d or ML Iloor, bath 2d iloor. ligut house keeping, cars, herdtcs 301 C st tie. ocl&-Jt.em FOR RENT Nicely fur 1st and 3d Iloor rooms, nice locality and nice bouse, $3 per montu. s7 5th st. nw ot lf-3t.nn FOR RENT l.JOJ L st trout room. .5 w rdows nw 2c-stor) oel - u FOR RENT rur .roa. iou..., ti. ui. gas, couuiern exposure, ver) reasonable-. 1751 l'a ave nw. celt--It-em FOR RENT ' mcel) lur rooms. Willi or wuiicul board 015 Mass. ave. nw. oclO 3t era FOR RENT-5 newly fur. or unfur. roentiM. isi and 2d -i.-r. heat, bamantl gas, coin en. eat to department and tars. 40s, in t- nw. oclli-Jt em 5"Ojt RENT 2 front hall amrai. 17 E nvv- ociu-at era FOR RENT -Two furnished bay "wln tioA ret-ms, lirst in or. private en trance, suitable fur physieian s oilite or light huiisfkirptnc. opin grate, gns; range; het ami coltl water, all ttinveiuentt-s. rea sonable, opposite Library 111. 2,1 st. se FOR RENT Large front room; etleap. 1J2 1 uui st nvv ,t-asttxn exposure, oclfc 7t FOR RENT-Fur room. vtry rcast n- ..uie JlJ.s I si nw ociu 3lem KOK RENT 2it story front room, far- tusiini. tieuiarul gjs U1111 rotim on ihe same floor, rent reas.jc.ible 208 G tt. nw. ocl8 7t FOR RENT -Comfortable, well fur. rooni.on Jdrloor ad.oiuingliatli;private family. 110 children, house lACt.pted by owner, s-ietlallv suiuitle for quiei gentle man, price intiuitiug ligut anil neat, 3. irc.dltist nvv It, ! If Olt Ati.. X - ruUllsueSl .tie. UUIur- m.ti--il rotitus, for ge-nlle-inen onl); pnvate family, 110 ttilldieii. also larga lsirlorsutt-iblo fortlo tor's on ice, moderate rates, tall after t utlot-k p ru. 207 C st nw oct-tf WANTED- noelMS. "WANTED 3 or 1 unrurmshed rooms near -t.tti ami K sts uw , must be che-ip Apply to HARRY A BECK. 020 20th st. nw it WANTED-November 1, 3 or 4 mv rur. lotiius, heat awI e,a. 2d IlooxTror light housekeeping, bv launlyof 3; terms must be moderate and given lerbe noticed. MODERATE, IMS olltce. 0C21-3I "WANTED 1 large or 2 small, bright uulur. louius lor ugut iiousekeeping; convenient to Met. car Answer, fur onu week, stating price, L. M J , this office. ltetu WANTED- Family of three wants two or three rurnlshed noms; hght house keeping: nw., F lo N, bill to ltlh. state terms. TENANT, this orrice. oc20-.it WANTED- Fur.flat.2noms, 1st rioor; central, reasonable. Address MRS- M , 1743 ISthnw. ocl9-3t,em "WANTED Hat of 3 rooms. in ncigh IirtiotHlufG.7lh to 1 Itll.nw Adt'ress FLATS, this ofrice. 0C19 2t,era "WANTED IIOAIinEHS. WANTED-Boarders at $12 per mo.; tirsitiass table; nice rurnisheil room; room -mil W.-ird $5 per week 203 Pa ave. C21 at. FIRsTCLASS table tsiard. $4 per week 310 Est nvv. oc21-3t BOARDERS , WANTED-Excel lint actoiiiuiodr.tioiis, private fam.lv; frtm Illinois. 5 per week. J Ii. ItOWLEY. 111? K si. ne ocl7-7t-em BOOMS AND nOAItD. FTNE suite ot rooms, with board: terms reasonable 207 1 St. nw. oclft-7t TABLE BOARD or room and boanl; everything llrst-eloss; no cheap board ing house table We gturnntre our tablo cannot be excelled by any other boarding house iu the city. Room and hoard. It- ai $20 up 802 HUist-tlw. oclC-Gt.em TV ANTED HALL. WANTED Small halt fur Wednesday evenings, must be suitable for ladies; and contain 75 or 100 chairs; light and heat. Apply Room 3. 0 J 1 F nvv. oc21-3s WAN 1 KD-IIOAlltl. "WANTED -Boanl, by married couple. In sw .; terms must be rtosonable Box 84. this office. c-c20-3t "WANTED HOUSES. WANTED TO RENT-Dwclltng and More room for dairy Uisiucss In ne. or nw . with stable. Address DAIRY, this office- cc20-3t "WANTED AOENTS. WANTED Five good agents to sell bibles, ulCHiuis, clocks, etc; large com- missions. Also a collector. Addrr-m BI. ULES, this office. oC20-3tcni a . " -V-" sa?-s.----sg 3f X& Jr-i SfjesvsVsisJS; t&M&$$gz & Jsa-iZ -.w - J IJV-- w. 'S--flt.