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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1894.
A Large Stock
Bankrupt Prices I
Several lots of Ladies' $3 Russet
and Black Oxfords at $1.50.
Several lots of Hen's $6 Cordovan
Congress at $3.75.
Two lots of Ladies' $3 and $4 Shoes
One lot of Ladies' $3.50 Shoes at
One lot of Ladies'- $3 Russia Calf
Bluchers at $1.85.
Several lots of Hen's $6 Tatcnt Calf
Shoes at $3.75.
Several lots of Ladies' $5 and $6
Shoes at $3.50.
One lot of Hen's $3.50 Calf Congress
Several lots of Hen's $5 Russia
Calf Shoes at $2.65.
One lot of Boys' $3 Calf Shoes, but
ton, at $1.00.
One lot of Children's $1.25 Dongola
Oxfords at 59c
Thoosandsofotherblg bargains. Come quick,
yhlle your sixe 1, here. We bought these goods
nt shout 60 cents on the dollar, and therefore
Clve you the benefit of onr purchase.
THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE,
GEO. W. RICH,
919 F STREET.
FOR ONE MONTH
tvTU make suit to your measure and made en
ih premises for 815. No sweatshop work here.
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Gits and Gasoline Stoves,
Bit the largest assortment In town before pur
thaslng. 'Agent for the Monarch Bicycle first-class at
W. S. JENKS,
717 SEVENTH ET. NORTHWEST. mv20-lmo
DON'T spend tlOO for a lot. but WAIT until
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rban lots at Columbia Tart, adjacent to Wash
ington, on page S In next Sunday's Times, where
ou can bay lots from 823 to $50, on easy terms.
:aU for circular and get In on the ground floor.
Office 623 F st nw.
(UNION GOODS A SPECIALTY),
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RED CROSS SOCIETY.
X Detailed Account of tho .Magnificent
Work, of the Hevcnno Steamer Jlorrill.
The Secretary of the Treasury has receked
from Capt. H. D. Smith, of the reTenue marine
tteamerMorrlll, a detailed account of tho serv
ices rendered by his Tesael, which, co-operated
Jrtth the American lied Cross Society of which
SUss Clara Barton Is president, in affording re-
!lef to the distressed Inhabitants of the sea
alands and adjacent territory on the coast of
louth Carolina, their deplorable condition re
sulting from the cyclone which swept oyer that
paction on August 27, 1393
The Morrill was engaged In this service from
Nov. SI, 1893, to April 1, 1S84, and during that
time the .vessel, under the direction of Miss
Barton -v.ulsed 1.45 miles, covering all that
portion o. ,he coast lying between Georgetown
and Hilton Head, Including numerous inland
As giving some Idea of the appalling desola
tion and death left in the track of the cyclone,
Capt. Smith states that during these cruises 300
dead bodies were reported found in the islands
between Beaufort and Port RoyaL In tho neigh
borhood of S2,000,000 worth of property was de
stroyed. The Morrill's men handled 1,G30 packages of
merchandise and food, weighing 165.G37 pounds.
Capt. Smith speaks in words of highest praise
of the great work done by the lied Cross, with
the assistance of the Morrill, and says but
for the assistance of the government vessel the
work of that society must have been far less
effective. As it was, thousandsof sufferers were
relieved and medical assistance rendered.
A TRAMP'S MISFORTUNE.
lie Was Worth a Hundred Thousand and
Didn't Know It.
Kxoxvilix, Tenn., May 19. A tramp giv
ing bis name ns Lacey J. Balrd arrived ia the
city and asked to be admitted to tbe city hos
pital, as be was sick. A. few hours afterwards
JLIu Sharracb, land commissioner of tbe
Burlington railroad system, arrived In tbe
city In search of Balrd, whom be bad followed
1,000 miles to get bis signature to a deed for a
valuable piece of land in Edgemont, S. D.
Sharracb went to tbe hospital, and in a few
minutes paid Balrd $500 for tbe property,
which lies in tbe heart of Edgemont, and is
valued at 8100,000. Balrd left Dakota several
years ago and' has been a tramp ever since.
Tbe Burlington Railroad Company has spent
hundreds of dollars trying to locate him.
CondnctorShot in the Back.
HoTisoTOS, W. Ta., Slay IS. As a through
freight train on tho Norfolk and 'Western rail
road passed Breeden, a small station twenty
flve miles south of here, yesterday, Conductor
J. W. Glover, who was standing on tho rear
caboose, was shot in the back by an unknown
man who was standing near the track with a
woman. The engineer did not know of the
occurrence till he arrived at Dingess, forty
miles from the scene of the shooting. Glover
Col. .Mumf ord Dead.
JUrcn Cno-K, Pa., May 19. Col. Theo
dore L. Mumford, lessee and manager of the
famous Switchback railway, died at his home
in this place to-day, aged 63 years. Col.
Mumford was a native of New York 6tate,
where for many years he was engaged in
railroading. During the war he was engaged
by tho government in securing engines for
military railways. Ills body will be taken to
Belden, N. V., on Monday for burial.
Will Have n Recount.
Hackessack. N. J., May 19. Judge Dixon
to-day granted tho application of the Repub
licans for a recount of tho ballots for mayor
of Rutherford. The Republicans claimed
that William McKenzie was elected, but the
Democrats claimed a majority, and swore in
Mr. T. G. Hoster, tho Democratlo candidate.
Where the Scepters Are.
The Czar of Russia is estimated to be worth
12,OC9,000 a year.
The Queen of England Is sometimes rather
shaky in her spelling. When she is In doubt
she writes tbe word so illegibly that the possible
mistake Is hidden.
King Oscar of Sweden Is a poot and a scientific
scholar, and is regarded as the most learned
monarch In the world. With the possible excep
tion of the Czar of Russia, he Is also the tallest
ruler of a civilized country.
Prince Burhaned Effendi, son of the Sultan,
possesses a remarkable natural talent for music,
and has recently composed a march which, by
order of his father, will be Introduced into the
repertoire of the band at Constantinople.
Tho Emperor of Germany drinks'nothlng but
aioxlcan coffee, and a year's supply is sont to
him regularly after every harvest from a planta
tion In the state of Mlchoacau, w hlch lies on the
""floco?" of Mexico about midway between
the United States and Central America.
IN LOVE'S ATTIC.
The attic of young Cupid's house
I visited one day
To see the tattered bits of love
That there wero stored away.
Tor cast-off odds-and-ends of hearts
About the place were strewn.
Like baubles of some other days
That long a&o had Sown.
But yet, the withered roses there
Frail wreaths from Love's own tomb
Upon the dusty, mellow air
btUI snad a faint perfume.
. E. White in Jf. O. Tlmes-Democxat.
MENTION OF THE MUSTACHE
How They Betray the Character of
Those Who Wear Them.
VARIETIES AND SIGNIFICANCE
Originally Crown and Used u Belns, By
Which Slaves War Driven By Their
Masters Their Present Purpose Ii Only cf
Supposed Ornamentation. -
Mustaches, like the expressions of those
who wear them, range from
Grave to gay,
From lively to severe.
Nine out of every ten men wear mustaches.
The chins of many go unadorned, but tho
upper Up is usually ornamented with a jrrowth
of balr, Eays the Chicago Tribune.
Thero is much that is unhappy in the his
tory of mustaches. They were originally
grown and used as reins, by which slaves
were driven from market to market by their
masters. Beards were generally popular be
fore mustaches were common. Only fifty
years ago In many parts of tho country the
latter wero considered real curiosities, and
the men who first wore them did not by so
doing raiso themselves in the good opinions
Try to imagine, if you can, George Wash
ington, or James Adams, or Thomas Jeffer
son wearing a mustache. A picture of George
Washington showing him in the act of curl
ing hU waxed mustache would Instantly tum
ble him from the lofty pedestal whereon a
loving peoplo has enshrined him.
Mustaches have moral characters, or the
contrary, just as it may happen, and when in
telligently studied and classified serve as
pretty correct indices to the temperaments of
the persons they are intended to adorn. Tho
nlco, trim, and well-behaved mustache signi
fies that its owner has no striking traits of
character. lie Is neither any better nor any
worse than anyone elso. The smooth man
ner in which tbe hairs of even length lie
alongside each other signifies an even tem
perament and an average disposition. Such a
man will not lovo or bate desperately. He Is
in life what the middle "c" is in music He
will bo fairly successful in all he undertakes,
but ho will never undertake anything extra
ordinary. He will never write a crand epic poem nor
organize an expedition to discover the north
pole. Ho is what may be termed a "safe
man." Young ladles need not hesitate to
wed such a man, but they must not expect
him to develop into a real genius.
The scant, retiring mustache that timidly
lingers half way between down and real hair
has something in its favor. Its owner is not
murderous or evilly disposed, although ho
may smoko cigarettes. This style of mus
tache was originally designed for clerks in
dry goods stores, but it has since been affected
by dudes and others until now it has no field
exclusively its own. Many good, "clevah
fellahs" have this kind of mustache, and
viewed in all its lights it is one of the most
harmless as well as tho most hairless va
rieties. Persons who aro uncertain whether
they want a mustache or not usually try this
The whisk-broom mustache that fiercely
stands out from the lip. and each hair of
which asserts its individuality, impresses one
very much as does a "blind board" on a vi
cious cow. It means that strangers should
beware of getting too close to tho wearer of it.
Fersons who enjoy near relations with such a
mustache often leam to love it. but as a rule
littlo children and timid women shudder at
tho sight of it. Do not enter into a heated
argument with a man owning that sort of a
mustache, not if he i3 larger than you. Such
a man means what he says, or at least he
thinks he does, and for tho time it amounts
practically to tho same thing. Men with this
kind of mustache usually make lovo but once
and marry tho girl that they set their hearts
upon, or if sho refuses them they murder her
in cold blood nnd sometimes commit suicide.
When a man of that kind tells a lie be sticks
to it lots better than many others do the
truth. It may be remarked, however, that all
the rules governing this typo of mustache
have numerous exceptions.
The long, drooping mustache that looks as
if it had lost its sustaining force suggests a
withered llower that is bowed down because
of a drouth. Such a mustache appears al
ways to be thirsty, and the chances are tbat
it 13. A mustache of that kind, as a rule,
never thrives except it is well irrigated. If
it droops, and is. besides, a bright sandy or
bichloride of gold color, it will absorb more
moisture than a section of tbe Sahara. If you
don't bellevo it, ask it up to the bar some
time. Such a mustache Is an expensive one
for its owner to keep in a flourishing condi
tion. Many men have seen their fortunes
swallowed up, or rather down, in an effort
to keep tbe roots of such a mustache well
The man who has sufficient will power to
overcome a mustache of that variety, and
many men have, deserves to be elected pres
ident of a temperance society. But be will
always have to live down the suspicion his
mustache awakens in tbe minds of strangers,
who judge him simply by bis appearance. He
mav be a good neighbor, a loving husband,
and a kind father, but ho is more likely to be
selected from among a party of men out on a
pleasure jaunt ns tbe one who has a cork
screw hidden in his insldo pocket. Some of
the world's greatest men have wom this style
of mustache, but only young ladies with a
strong governing power should choose such
men for husbands.
The "frowsy" mustache that looks quite
like a small portion of n balr mattres3 is the
hardest to get acquainted with. Its owner
may or may not be all you could wish. He
may become poetical, or musical, or literary
if bo takes a notion, or he may butcher or dig
wells if he takes a notion. He is not so prac
tical ns be is romantic and lazy. His thoughts
nnd purposes. like the hairs of bis mustache,
are tangled and uncertain. He is not quite
sure whether ho wants to preach, or study
law, or farm, or keep a temperance billiard
ball in a prohibition state, or become a clown
in a circus. He is in no particular hurry
noout uoing anytoing. lie marriea young,
and is quite sure to love his wife, because he
is so constituted that he can lovo anything
without any groat amount of strain upon his
He is a pleasant man to go on a long vaca
tion with. He i3 happv as long as his money
holds out, and when his money is gone he
would just as soon spend a friend's. Many
great men whose names adorn tho pages of
history had mustaches of this sort, and so had
others who came to tho end of their rope by
a prearranged plan between jury, judge and
A mustache tbat curls beautifully and
naturally at the ends, forming nice little rings,
whoso waves are ever beautiful in all sorts of
weather, may bo called the society or Ward
There aro men who always keep their upper
lip cleanly shaven. These men know that the
mustache is very truthful index to character,
and they should bo watched.
Shortening the Time Westward.
rniLADELrnn, May 19. A general chango
of time will go into effect on the Pennsylva
nia railroad lines on May 27. On the new
schedule the limited wlllleavo New York at
at 10 a. ra,; Philadelphia, 12.20 p. m.; Wash
ington. 10.30 a. m.. and Baltimore, 11.40 a.
m., and arrive at Pittsburg at 9.15 p. m. and at
Chicago 9 o'clock tbe next morning. The
east-bound train will leave Chicago at 5.30 d.
m., leave Pittsburg 7.15 a. m.. arrive at Balti
morciO p. ra., Washington, 5.45 p. m.; Phil
adelphia, 4.17, and New York, G.S0 p. m.
Katio Rupp's Jlurdcrer on Trial. ."3
TJtica. N. Y., May 19. Bernhard Alten
berger, indicted for murder in tbe first degree
for the slaying of Katio Rupp, was arraigned
before Judge Moorehouse in tho city court
to-day, and for the first time learned of the
death of his victim. Through an interpreter
be waived all questions as to his identifica
tion and agreed to be taken back. The de
tectives left with their prisoner on tho West
Shore at 1.39.
Japan Liberal Towards Foreigners.
A telegram from Japan dated the 19th in
stant announces that the new parliament met
on tho 12th Instant, and tbat an address to
tbe throno was moved in tbe lower house,
tbe principal feature of which was a renewal
of the demand for the strict enforcement of
the treaties against foreigners which caused
tbe dissolution of the last house. The motion
On Monday night Beacon Lodge, No. 15, worked
the second degree.
An expelled member of tbe order has no right
to wear the three-link emblem.
Magenenu Encampment worked the patri
archal degree at Its but meeting.
South Washington ought to be a good field for
a successful lodge of Odd Fellows.
Union Lodge, No. 11, will have the initiatory
and probably the first degree to-morrow even
ing. Golden Rule Lodge conferred tbe first degree
at its last meeting, and will havo the second at
Its next. '
Grana Representative Stler has been Indis
posed a portion of the pasy week, but has again
resumed his usual duties.
Grand Representative F. A. Stler was recently
elected a member of the board of directors of
the Capital City Fire Insurance Company of this
We are approaching tbat Juncture when inter
est will begin to be manlfetted as to who shall
be selected as officers at the ensuing grand
Friendship Lodge, No. 18, has been receiving
quite a number of applications for membership
of late, and we are reliably Informed that there
are "more to follow." "ho mote It be."
Grand Master Wood has arranged the list of
installing officers and notified them in advance.
In order that they niay.bavo tbe work of installa
tion committed by the time the exercises are to
Onr observation at the meeting of Metropolis
Lodge, No. 10, last week leatls us to bolievo that
the additions to that lodge not only combine tbe
Idea of quantity, but also of quality, which Is
quite the right idea.
The National Odd Fellows' Home and Sani
tarium was recently dedicated at Gainesville,
Fhv, Tills leads us to pronoae the question:
When will there be a home in the District of Co
lumbia to dedicate?
The income of tbe Manchester Unity of Odd
Fellows for the past year was f7.27U.000, and
there was not a single Instance of fraud or mis
appropriation of money by any of the officlalsof
the lodges. Verily, a good record.
At the meeting of Metropolis Lodge, No. 10, on
Friday evening, thero was a large attendance,
and the second degree was conferred on several
candidates. At its next meeting the third de.
groe will be conferred on ten candidates.
The visitations this week aro as follows: Naomi
(Rebekah degree) Lodge, No. 1. Seventh street
hall, Monday evening. May 21. Federal City
Lodge, No. 20, Medford hall, cornor Eighth and I
streets northeast, Wednesday evening. May 23.
One of tho vital questions which interest the
members of this Jurisdiction is whether or not
the sovereign grand lodge will at its next meet
ing conclude to meet In this city In lSft", tho
grand lodge of this District having extended
them an lnvttatlnn to do so.
On Tuosday evening a concert was held in the
Brookland hall for the benefit of Hrooklaud
Lodge, No. 21 The programme was one of un
usual merit, and elicited the heirty commenda
tion of the Interested audience. It is to be hoped
that a handsome eum was realized.
There is room for a few moreJRebekah degree
lodges In tbe Jurisdiction of the District of Co
lumbla,and the matter is already being agitated
in Anacoetia and iirobablv will be at Takoma.
Both are eligible points for nourishing organiza
tions of this popular branch of the order.
While it la alwara a creat inconvenience to
walk up so many flights of stairs to reach the
lodge rooms ou tho uppermost floor of the
Seventh street hall. It is particularly true during
this torrid eason of tho year. When will thai
modern convenience, tbe elevator, be placed
In accordance with a previous announcement.
Past Grand Master Crawshaw delivered an ad
dress before BrooklancT Lodge, No. 25, on Mon
day evening last upon the principles, duties,
and teachings of the Degree of Friendship, at
the conclusion ot which tho members tendered
him a unanimous vote of thanks.
To-morrow evening the grand visitation to
Naomi (Rebekah degree). Lodge No. 1, will take
place In the encampment room of the Seventh
street hall, which Is to consist of an open meet
ing. A Bplendid programme has been arranged
for the occasion, and It can bo said without
doubt that the .Naomltes will fully sustain their
well-earned reputation at this meeting.
At tbe recent grand visitation of Columbian
Encampment several members were very pro
nounced in their complaints about the absence
cf tbe piano, which had become an appurtenant
fixture of that room for lo, 'hese many years.
Naomi (Kebekah degre) Lodge, No. 1, at Its re
cent visitation, was of tho same opinion. The
general consensus of opinion is of like char
acter. It will bo gratifying news to members of the
order to leam tnat Mrs. Schuyler Colfax (wife of
the illustrious author of the Rebekah degree),
who was said to havo lost $40,000 by the recent
failure of a bank in Indianapolis will, realizo at
least (29,000 from tbe financial wreck. This will
set at rest the statement which has been going
the rounds of some of the fraternal papers tbat
an attempt would be made to recelvo donations
for her benefit.
Tho Northwestern Odd Fellow Review, in
speaking of the election of officers, very appro
priately says: "It Is Important for the member
ship to lay aside personal friendship and ask
themselves the question: 'Is Brother Blank qual
ified to fill the office of noble grand and subserve
the best interests of the lodge' The same at
tention should be given to tbe election ot a vico
grand, as that office is a stepping stone to the
principal chair, and, in fact, each officer from
noble grand to outside guardian 6hould be se
lected on account of his fitness fur the position
which he is to 1111." Words of wisdom fitly
Martha Washington (Rebekah degree) Lodge
was visited by the grand offices Tuesday, May
15. Tho lodge met early and transacted its
business, after which It adjourned, and an open
meeting was held, at which tbe following pro
gramme was carried out to the entire satisfac
tion of a large and interested audience. Open
ing ode by tbe Daughters of Rebekah, prayer
by the grand secretary, piano solos by Sister
May IL Mead and Miss May wood, song by Miss
Haywood, two recitations by Miss Jonas, musle
by mandolin club, recitation by Brother Weber,
and an inimitable whistling solo by Grand Mar
shal Jones. An address was made by Hon. J. A.
D. Richards, of Ohio.on OddFellowsblp generally
and Daughters of Rebekah particularly, which
was followed by remarks by Grand .Master
Wood, Deputy Grand Master Mead, and Grand
Marshal Jones, which were received with much
satisfaction, iirother Chester It raulkner also
gave an interesting talk. The exorcises con
cluded with tho singing of the closlug ode.
Takoma Lodge, "a 24, was visited by the offl
cert of tho grand lodge on Thursdny ovenlne.
May 17, In the Masonic hall at Ilrightwood. hero
the lodge Is domiciled until the eroction of tbelr
newhall at laVonia park. Tho officeis having
been received with the customary honors of the
order. Noble Grand Gilbert mado a lordlal ad
dress of wolcome, lo which Graal Master Wood
appropriately responded. Under the "good of
tne order me lououing programme wnsinen
carried out: Address by Past Grand .Master
Crawshaw, recitations by Grand Marshi.1 Jones,
address by Hon. Charles 11. Mansur, past
grand master of tho state of Missouri;
address by John. W. Bourlet, grand
representative, of Concord, N. II : original poem
by Brother G. A. Gllliland. Also remarks by
Recording Secretary Davis and Brother A. L.
King, of Takoma Lodge. At the conclusion of
these exercises. Brother Mattlngly, of No. 21,
was announced from tbe -ante-room, and was
promptly admitted, with a corps of attendants,
who passed around to tbe assembled audience a
bountiful supply of cake and lemonade, after
which a "smoker" was indulged, 'lhe evouing
wa3 one of ploasuro nnd pro3t, which was
fjreatly enjoj ed by all, and will form an lntcrcst
ng page In the history of this lodge.
WAS FROM ALEXANDRIA.
Mrs. Shacklctt Begins ITocceillngs for
" Divorce from J. Ross Landers.
Philadelphia, Pa., May 19. Mrs. Cathe
rine M. Shacklett, of Alexandria, Ta,, has
begun proceedings to have her marrlnga with
J. Ross Landers, of Chicago, which took
place at the Hotel Hanover on April 26 last,
declared null and void.
Landers was acoused of drugging Mrs.
Sbacklctt and marrying her while she was
under the influence of the drug. Mrs. Shack
lett says the marriage was without her knowl
edge or consent, against her wishes and de
sires, and was procureJ by fraud and coer
cion on the part of Landers.
She asks that usubpeena issue against Lan
ders commanding him to appear and answer
this complaint. The subpoena was issued,
and la returnable September 17, 1894. Mrs.
Shacklett is 65 years and Landers 35.
In Honor of American Officers.
Lospox, May 19. Tho menu of the banquet
which is to be tendered to Admiral Erben
and the officers of the United States cruiser
Chicago on May 21 will be an artistic sixteen
page brochure, illustrating prominent events
in the naval history of England and of the
United States. It will also contain portraits
of Admiral Erben, formerly in charge of the
Brooklyn navy yard, nnd Capt. Mahan. A
detachment of British marines will lino the
Staircase leading to the banquet ball. Mr.
Poulteccy BIgelow and probably Mark
Twain will be among the guests.
A Youthful Kleptomaniac.
Florence Goddard, aged 11, was in Jndge
Miller's court yesterday on the charge of lar
ceny. Sho lives with her parents at No. 1408
Seventeenth street northwest, and for several
weeks past has been slyly taking numerous
articles ot furniture from tbe house of Mrs.
Fuller, at 1710 P street. Thd child acted very
strangely, and did not appear to realize tbat
she had done anything' wrong. The judge
seemed puzzled to know what to do with the
case, bnt finally dismissed it. The mother was
charged to keep a close watch on her
HE IS THE SAILOR'S FRIEND.
Bepresentatlve Meyer farns That Title by
III Practical Interest.
The activity of Representative Meyer, ot
Louisiana, in urging a reorganization of the
personnel of the navy, is earning for him the
title of "tho sailor's friend." Mr. Meyer was
instrumental in securing the creation of a
joint committee of the Senate and House to
consider a reorganization of the ravy, and
be has since become an energetic member of
He first turned his attention to reorganiz
ing tbe lower grades ot the navy. Ho has
drafted a bill for this purpose, which was
considered by the joint committee at a meet
One ot the main features ot Mr. Meyer's
bill Is in providing a means ot steady ad
vancement from the enlisted ranks up to a
commission as officers. Mr. Meyer says the
old world navies provide for such advance
ment, but it Is a singular feature ot the
American system that au enlisted sailor can
never hope to gain a commission.
Tho proposed bill creates a number of
gradHS through which suitors may pass in a
gradual advance toward a commission.
These include) classes in ordnance, torpedoes,
and electricity, signal and helmsmen, to be
known as tbe military classes of the navy.
Other classes are grouped as a civil staff, and
include classes of pay uud commission, steam
engineering." mechanics, apothecaries, and
other civil branches.
A method is provided by which n sailor may
pass through one or the other of tho classes,
and then, if under 35 J curs of age, bo scut to
a school of instruction, where he is prepared
for examination for a commission in the navy.
Five commissions as ensigns aro to bo given
annually in casa there arc vacancies over and
above those tilled from tho Naval Academy.
Three other commissions are to b granted
annually to the civil corps of the navy.
After Dinner Stones.
A few evenings ago, while running from
Williamsburg to Cincinnati en me Kentucky
Central, a newly married couple got on from .
tho Bluegrnss regions. They were just off !
for that most delighttul season, the cloudless
honeymoon. They occupied a birth In a ,
sleeper, and the cooing was dove-like, unci j
attracted tho attention ot some and distracted i
othors. Finally tho winsome bride said, t
"I'm going to get n drink of water. When I
come back, stick your foot out of tho berth so
I won't make a mistake" When she turned
to come back, every foot in ovcry birth was
Oscar WHdo was Introduced at a recent
garden party in London to Mrs. Osgood, of
Knobworlh Houso. In the course of a few
minutes' t Ik it was divulged th.it tlio Udy
was on the eve of departing for America.
"Going to America?" said Oscnr; "deah mo;
what for, now ?" "To see my husband," was
the reply. Oscar stared sleepily at her in as
tonishment. Droppiuglonguidly lntoachair.
bo said: "Going all the way to America to
see your own" (with accent on the own)
"husband? Deahme! Whatolovelyideab!"
In Illinois and some other states tbefe Is an
old law on the statute books to tbe effect that
In criminal cases tbe jury is "judge of the law
as well a tho facts." Though not often
quoted, once in a while a lawyer with a des
perate case makes use of it. in one case tbe
judge instructed tho jury that it was to judge
of the law as well as the fucts, but added that
It was not judge of tlio law unless it wo3 fully
satisfied that it knew more law than tbe
An outrageous verdict was brought in, con
trary to all instructions of the court, who felt
cidled upon to rebuko the jury. At last one
old farmer aroso:
"Jedge." taid'he, "weren't we to Jodge tho
law as well as the facts?"
"Certainly," was the response, "but I told
you not to judge the law unless you were
clearly satisfied that you knew the law better
than I did."
"Well, jedge," answered the farmer, as he
shifted his quid a little, "we considered that
Once during the argument in a lawsuit, In
which Lincoln represented one party, the law
yer on the other side was a good deal of a
glib-talker, but not reckoned R3 deeply pro
found or much ot a thinker. He would say
anything to a jury which happened to enter
bis bead. Lincoln, in his address to the jury,
referring to this, said:
'My friend on the other side Is all right, or
would be all right, were It not for the pecul
iarity I am about to chronicle. His babit, ot
which you bae witnessed a very painful
specimen in his argument to you in tbis case,
of reckless assertion and statements without
grounds, need not be imputed to him as a
moral fault, or as telling of a moral blemish.
He can't help it. For. reasons which, gentle
men of the jury, you and I havo not tbe time
to study here, as deplorable as tbey are sur
prising, the oratory of tbe gentleman com
pletely depend" all action of his mind. The
moment he begins to talk his mental opera
tions cease. Ineer knew of but one thing
which compared with my friend in this paxA
tlcular. This was a small steamboat. Back
In the days wbeu I performed my part as a
keel boatman, I made the acquaintance of a
trining steamboat wnicn used to bustle ana
puff and wheeze about the Sangamon river. I
had a five-foot boiler and se en-foot whistle,
nnd every time It whistled it stopped."
A traveling man occupied a sleeping-car
and desired to leave the train at Syracuse.
Calling tho porter, be said: "I wish to get off
at Syracuse. I am a sound sleeper, and want
to be put off at Syracuse, asleep or awake.
Now, here's a dollar, but don't forget me."
"All right, sir, j ou'll come off tho train sure,"
was the reply. The traveling nan settled
down to peaceful sleep. At last, waking with
a start, he glanced at his wntih and found
Syracuse must have been passed aa hour ago.
Hastily dressing, he searched the car In no
pleasant mood, and found the porter at last
with one eye clasad and one arm tied in a
sling and presenting a demoralized appear
ance generally. "Hero, you black scoun
drel!" bo exclaimed, "why didn't jou put me
off at Syracuse?" Tho porter gave a terrified
glance at the gentleman as he said, "For de
Lawd sake, wno was dat man I put off ut
Some years ago an old deacon in Pennsyl
vania was very self-willed, nnd on two or
threo occasions made endless trouble in
church. After some years they got stRrted
again, but another row soon broke out At
last the church clerk got up and said: "Breth
ren and sisters, I wish Deacon Jones wa? in
hell." The new paster and the members were
borrifleJ, and the pastor said: "Brother
Smith, such a remark is unkind nnd unchris
tian. Why do you use such expressions?"
"Well, pastor," ho replied, "I calculate if
Deacon Jones was in hell about six months
he would bust it up."
A young globe-trottPr, bearing an illustri
ous FioDoa name, was holding forth during a
dinner in the Toubourg St. Germain at P.tris
about the loveliness of the island of Tahiti,
and des;rluln,r In giowiug colors the man cl
ous beauty of the women.
With the object of learning whether tho
young traveler had restricted his observations
to tbe fair sex, as ono might ur.vu been
tempted to believe from the tenor of his re
marks, one of the Barons Rothchlld. who was
present, ventured to Inquire if be bad re
marked anything else worthy of notn In con
nection with the island.
Resenting the baron's inquiry, he replied:
"Ye3, what struck me much was that there
were no Jews and no pigs to bo seen there."
"Is that so?" exclaimed the baron, in no
wlse'disconcerted at this insolence. " "Then
let you and me go there together. We shall
make our fortune."
Harriet Hosmer tells of an Incident which
occurred in her studio, where her statuo of
Apollo rested. An old lady was being shown
around, a Mrs. Raggles. and she paused be
fore this masterpiece tor a long time. -Finally
sho exclaimed: "So that's Apoller, is it?"
She was assured that It was. "Supposed to
be tbe barnsomest man In tbe world, warn't
She was igatn assured of the correctness
At the District Buildings.
The Commissioners recommend favorable
action on Senate bill 2009, "to establish a free
public and departmental library and reading
room In the District of Columbia." in the
opinion of the Commissioners, tho District lain
need of a free lending library, with a reading
room open at night.
District Attorney Thomas has rendered an ad
verse opinion against the claim of Charles
Essig for the redemption of certain tax-lien cer
tificates. The C immlssloners held a brief hearing yes
terday on the ventilation feature of tho building
regulations, hut no definite action was taken in
The Commissioners favor the proposed move
ment to bring th public works oOclals of the
various cities In convention in this city at on
of ner surmise. Then, turning away, she
said, disgustedly: "Wal, I've seen Apoller
nnd I've seen Raggles, an' I say, give me
At Moore's Shoe Palace.
To-day we will close out all the lots of
Shoes remaining from our various "spe-
cial sales" held this Spring at any price-
These are mostly "odd sizes," but yours
may bo among them, and if It Is you save
half your money, for we will sell them
forVhat they will bring, some
Half Price & Less
They will be laid out on center tables
to-day in rear of store.
NEXT TO KING'S PALACE,
810 Seventh St.
IO&T ORANGE AND WHITE SETTER; COL
J lar and tag Liberal reward for return or
information regarding same. It. E. KIMBALL.
(31 O nv niy2u
FOE BENT BOOMS.
1 31 1 M ST- N- w- LARGE, AIRY ROOMS
lOl 1 on 1st and 2d floor, furnished or unfur
nished, single or on suite, at summer rales; beet
of table board; milk, veggs, etc., from home
TJiOR RENT IN PRIVATE FAMILY, A COM
J? plete Hat of four lovely rooniB: northern and
southern exjmsure; large closets in every room;
no children taken. No. 8 F at. nw. myl3t
I?OR RENT UNFURNISHED 1WO THIRD.
1 floor rooms, very large, with small family; 011
m. L; only 10 per month. 1W Columbia st nw.
I N SEW BUILDING,
CIS Sib st. nw.
For rent beautiful fur. or uufur. at reasonable
prices; cafe first floor.
The Washington Liberal League meets every
Sunday at 3 p. in. In Windsor's Hull, 915 f street
northwest. Opon discussion. Subject to-day:
"Uliat Shall Lo Dene with Idle Labor." Come;
all welcome Seats Iree It
COLE On Friday, May 13, 1S94, of pneumonia,
Wa. Tnos. Cole.
Funeral services at his lato residence, 1203 Lin
den stroet northeast, to-day at4p.m. Inter
ment at men ood.
GREEN Departed this life. May 18, ISM, Ma
tilda M. )K2rv, wife of Robert 11. Green, aged
S3 years, S months, and 3 days.
Fuoeral to-morrow from Asbury M. E. church
at 1 o'clocX Relatives and friends Invited to
INGLE-On May IS, 1591, Elizabeth C, widow
of the late lieury Incle.
Funeral services will take place at her late
residence, 1 JO C street northwest, this afternoon
at 5 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited.
Private Interment at London Park cemetery,
ROSEN BAUM-On Saturday, May 19. ISM, at 5
o'clock a. m., at the residence of his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Rosenbaum, Ebek A. ItOsEN-
Funeral at tho house to-morrow at 3 o'clock
TAYLOR On Friday evening. May IS. 1S91,
Jakes V.'illum, beloved husband of Lydla
Funeral from his late residence, 1015 Third
street northwest, to-morrow at 2 p. m. Rela
tives and friends incited to attend.
THOMPSON On May IS, 1j91, Ella L., beloved
daughter of Asbury '. and Mary J. Thompson
J. WILLIAM LEE
332 Pennsylvania Avenue N. W.t
WASHINGTON. D. C.
C. B. Nichols. J. Z. Yodkr.
NICHOLS 4 YODER,
Undertakers nnd Erabalmcrs,
Penn. Ave. and Second Street a E., Capitol H1R.
Chapel for Funeral Services
COAX AND WOOD.
A. B. SMITH,
Coal and Wood, Lime. Cement, Plaster, nalr,
Slate, and General Building Supplies,
Cor. Massachusetts Ave. and r St., N. E.,
Coal anl: Fourth and I t reels, N. E.
VAilllMJTON. D. f. ap.T-lm.
D. K. HACKMAN,
COAL, WOOD AND COKE,
No. 1 5 .Mnssacliusctts A cnuc N. E.,
Orders Wt at Smith's Cigar Store.
N. E. Corner Tojrth and O Streets n. w.. will
recelvo prompt attention. ap?7-lm.
Haim't YoU Realized
during the hanl time" which have ei
Igtotl Tor some months past, that an
amount r! monerlatd aside to meet
such a contingency would have been
the greatest blessing of your life.
Don't bo caught in the same position Again.
Open an account with
ThB "Union Savings Bank,
122 T STREET N. W.
fj5Four per cent, interost on ordinary savings
mrOpen until 5 p.m. on Government pay
dftys, and Saturday f venlugs front G to S.
EDWRRD T. MISER
Real Estate Broker,
Loans and Insurance,
Booms 1 and 6 Atlantic Buildlnz.Ground Floor
023 nnd 530 F Street N. W.
Special attention to the renting ot property
and management of estates.
C"Flre insurance placed In first-class com
panles. Chr. Heurich
Brewers of Strictly Pure Beers.
1221-1233 20th St. N. W.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Telephone, 1133. apI3-tt
INDEPENDENT ICE CO.
Wholesale and Betail Dealers in
Prices as low as any RESPONSIBLE COMPANT
in tbe District,
Office: 910 Pennsylvania avenue.
.. (9th Street Wharf.
r. im Wa
DONT spend f 100 for a lot, bnt WAIT until
you have read o.ir extraordinary offor in sub
urban lots at Columbia Park, adjacent to Wash
ington, en page 2 in next Sunday s Tuna, where
you can hi riots from $45 to 550. on ecsy terms.
Call for circular and get In on tho grojnd floor.
Office 883 F st nw.
EW NATIONAL THEATER
livery evening and Saturday Katlns
Monday Evening and Saturday Xitines, THE
BELLE'S STRATAGEM AND CHATTERTON.
Tuesday, CV31BKL1NK. Wednesday, THE LOVE
CHASE. Thursday, ROMEO AND JDLIET. Fri
day, TWtLfiU aiuiiT. Saturday, XNOOMAK.
ACADEMY. Prices He, BOc, 73c and L
Farewell Performance of
HINRICH'S OPERA COMPANY.
Monday Evening. CARMEN.
Tuesday, TKAVIATA. Wednesday, AIDA.
Thursday. CARMEN. Friday, JEWESS.
Saturday Matinee. 31IONON. Saturday Night,
GRAND FAREWELL PERFORMANCE.
KEBNAN'S LYCEUM THEATER.
AU This Week.
London Empire Entertainers.
Next Week TnE LONDON SPECIALTY CO.
Monday Evening, June 4, MANAGER EUGENE
KEUNAVS BIO BtNEKT. tnySMt
Second Grand Family Excursion
BENEVOLENT OllDER, D. O. S. R.,to
River View, Sunday, May 20,
on the elegant and fast steamer Samuel J. Pentz,
entirely remodeled and beautided.
Boat will leave Seventh street wharf at 10.80
a. m. and 2.10 p. m.
Special Sunday amusements. myl9-2t
SUNDAY, MAY 20.
Steamer Macalester leaves at 11 a. m. and
2.S) p. m., reaching Washington on return at 2
River Queen leaves at 8 p. m.. reaching Wash
lngton on return at 7.30 p. m.
Fare, round trip , 25c
Larpoit and Finest Ililhard Room South of
New York. Buffet Attached. II. 11 8CANLON,
Proprietor, 408 Ninth street
T70R SALE-CHEAP A JOB FRINTINQ OE
X1 dee with steady trade.
my20-3t Times office.
T?Oi: SALE-CHEAP A LARGE. WELL-BROK-Jj
en coat; also threo sets coat harness.
Apply to LEofJE BARCLAY,
rarSO-St 2135 I st. n w., afters p. m.
FOR SALE-U ST. BET. 2D A.XD3DSTS. N. E;
4-story frame dwelling with Lrlcfc basement;
TnOR S.LE-t200 CASU. IS MONTHLY. NEW
J bav-wlndow tires Lrlclc. 0 rnnma .and hath?
all m (L lmis., 10x100 to alley; location n. w.;
only S!,2i, must be sold. JAMES U. JESTER,
G F st. n. w.
I?OK SALE-NEAR GOVERNMENT PRjNT
1 lng Onlce, press brick3 rooms and Lath; mod.
imps.; rent d $Sit-'; 9 per cent. Investment;
ISiSJ; W.lXC; easy terms. JAMES U. JESTER,
Homcseekers and Investors
We can sell yoa hy oar new plan a nice house,
well located, northwest, at iJM) to 1,300; cash
prices; no cash down; payments monthly in 5,
10, IS, or 'JO years. Call and Investigate.
JOHN F. WAGOAMAN.
my20-6t TOO Fourteenth atreet (upstairs).
T?OR SALE-A WELL ESTABLISHED DRUG
J? etore, now dofng a splendid business; rent
low and long leaso; this is a harctin; only 11.500
cash. Address B. B. C, TniES office. myl9-dt
I70R SALE 8300 PAID BY DELINQUENT
. purchaser will be allowed prompt buyer for
n. m. L. 6r. house; largo yard; ne., near oars and
herdlcs; liberal terms, or will rent same for
1S.50. W. J. FHLSZELL, 913 7lh St. ne. tujlst
FOR SALE BY AVGI'ST DONATH, HI 7rn
St., opposite the Deaf and Dumb asylum, on
Florida ave. n.e., a large 10-room brick; all Im
provements; a beautiful home. Price, $5,500, of
which but $300 need be in cash; Belt Lino ex
tension will pass the door.
FOR SALE FIVE-ROOM HOUSE AND LOT AT
Hyattsvilie, Md.; lot COiJX) ; one-fifth
cosh, balance to suit purchaser. Addres? SANOL,
this oEce. nir--lm
T70R SALE-LOT, N. Y. AVE, BET. 1ST AND So
Jj sis. nw.; improved by 5-roora frame house;
lot SBllOl ft: price per ft. 11.75. A. a CAl
WOOD. 933 9th SL nw.
F0F. BENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT LARGE. NEWLY FURNISHED,
facing south, ee.-ond-etory front room, with
light nnd bath; summer rates; convenient to
Government Printing Office. 303 Mass. ave.
100S8st nwml lkfTO.OO
1T61 P st nw m L 13 6T.C0
1316 G st nw m L. 7 21.00
S47CstemL.. 7 20.30
14.MTstnwmi. 6 a 30
407 Warner st
ffCSst nwml.. 11 58 4!
SX'Cstnwmi.. 13 50 01)
330 G st nw m 1. 13 50. U0
9099th stnwmi. 8 13 00
nwml 6 21.00
919 F st ne m 1.. 8 1130
(.tore and dwelllnir)
1313 6th st nwml 6 13.00
1003 othst nwml 9 4550.
117thstnw...J 7 IS 00
1 1S1 91 J it nwml 93S002332d st ne 71500
llioiutsstnwml 9 3i00,l006 N J av nw.. 6H.it)
1313 V.'aUach pi 1212 M st nw..... 6 1100
nw m i su WpCiao am st nw... a ltiu
936 French st nw Cbcott avnw.... 6 1350
ml 73000Rear43 Bstsw. 5 13.30
521NJavnwmi 8 27.50 1909 12th stnw.. 5 12L00
723 Irvln st nw Rear 1115 10th st
ml 9 26.50 nw 6 11.50
511 Pet nwm I..
13311st ne m 1..
8 23.50 2 Bl'den'b'groad 6 10 50
7 22.50 4 Prov st Ivy city 0 10 50
7 23 M'-lty, Br"tw'd av.. 5 10 00
lu Bstno ml.. 7 2150 2531 1 st nw 4 9.30
4 33 1st st so m L. 7 22 50.Cor 9th and E sts nw tin-
IgNCavgemL 722.501 furnished rooms.
Central avenue. Ivy City, $35lOX
Potomac Hall, cor 11th and Md av sw., 3d ffr 1 10
90S 9th st nw sfridw S 45 CorWhltney av7th
Cor 3st& N sts sw 12f sts nw 5600
(store and dwelling) (349 Wilson stnw... 5.00
Rear 910 9th stnw. iao0Rear 319 Wilson st
KearkJFstsw... 5.001 nw tl.OO
A. S. CAYWOOD,
m'iKt 933 9th street northwest.
SILSBY it GOMPRNY
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
METROPOLITAN BANK BUILDING,
Fifteenth street, opposite Treasury.
MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD COLLATERAL.
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK BUILDING,
Corner 7th St. and Pa. Ave.
Telephone, 514. mhl-lr
O YOU KNOW
That there Is more money deposited (as a per
manent investment) with building and loan
associations than with national banks? Well, it
The important question is: Which Is the BIST as
sociation to outer?
THAT'S EASILY ANSWERED.
WASHINGTON BUILDING TRUST COMPANY
Sells stock at 60 cents per share per month, and
same matures under a positive gcarantek.
Free withdrawn! at any time, with interest
Paid-up stock draws 8 and 10 per vent.
Write for prospectus. ,
percy s. Foster,
Central Offices 1110-1413 G it n. w. my!9-tf
THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST
PaH-up Capital, s.1,000,000.
FURNISHES SAFE INVESTMENTS,
PAYS INTEREST ON DEPOSITS.
. LOANS MONEY.
PROVIDES SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES.
RENTS ROOMS IN ITS FIRE-PROOF OFFICE
B. H. WARNER, President.
Separate rooms If desired, Goods hauled,
packed, and shipped. Lowest rates. EAST E.N I
EXPRESS. D. U. SMITH & CO., General For
warding Agents, 8th at. and Md. are. ne.
J. C. BAUMAN,
rXSTAURANT AND LADIES' AND GENTS
301 H street northwest, Washington, D. C
Scenes and Portraits
. CIVIL WAR.
Complete In Thirty Parts, published
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different dates, with 10 cents in coin or
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TX7ILL YOUNG MAN OR CABMAN WHO
" assUted sick gentleman Saturday after
noon. April 21, from near nth and V streets
to home, on 15th street, pleaso communicate
Addre s C. R U.TlMEi oCtce.
PROFESSIONAL BATIiS BY .MRS. COLFORD.
Treatment given both sexes. Alcohol rub
bings. Sea salt and medicated baths. 1210 F
St. N. W. my!2-lin
tirpUE PALACE CAR" IS PROSPERING. IT
X tells for cash only. Its success Is attrib
uted to the exclusive use of finest Cutter
whiskies, cool hoer. and good free lunch.
jnylS-3t M. BAltA'ETT. 1110 E St. nw.
WHEN YOU HAVE A QUANTITY SEND FOR
us, then we will be pleaeod" to call and
offer yon astounding rates for gents' discarded
garments. Drop that postaL JUSTH'S OLD
STAMMil'jp St. uv.
GENTLEMEN, YOU CAN S2LL YOUR Dis
carded garments at a high prico to MAX U
MICHAELSON.UBDst. Drop a card and receive
prompt attention. op-Mm
T70R SOMETHING GOOD IN THE CIGAR AND
-T Tobacco line, call on PALMER.
Blue label cigata. Hutchlna' liu.diiig.
SPECIAL FOR THE SPRING-LADIES WHO
wish to wear tillor-iiado garments, correct
fitting and latest styles, kindly call and see
Late cf L P. Hollander, Boston, Mass.
; 1743 Fa, ave.
T7 ANTED IN NORTHWEST, TWO FUR
v nished rooms for three adults. Address,
It S. S..TI1CE3 Office.
T7 ANTED-A PARTNER WITH SMALL CAP
t v ltal to invest in money-making s.-home;
something entirely n?w. A good, smart, ener
getic person can make from S3 to $10 per day,
male or female; can call at 416 nth st. nw. from 3
p. m. until 7 p. m ; prompt attention paid to
mall orders. IL J. TiSON It
-TANTED MEN OF GOOD ADDRS TO
T sell Columbia Park lots. Call at 623 F st
n.w., before 12. my20-3t
WANTED-ALL BEER DRINKERS TO CALL
at Bush's new place, 817 Seventh St. n.w
and get a nice cold bottle of beer for 5 cents.
Families sup piled to all parts of the oil, myj 3m
H0KET TO LOAN.
CXfl Aftfl T0 &OAN ON REAL ESTATS
&0JfV)J security at 5 per cent.
uiiiaivr.ia a jict-bitA,
101 F at. n. i
nONEST PARTIES CAN GET SMALL LOANS
at once. National Loan and Investment
Company. CIS E st. u. w A. C CLANCY. Sea
AIR HILL, VIENNA. VA.. OPEN FOR SUMMER
boarders; high, healthy location, 15 miles
from city; 3 minutes' walk trom depot: excel.eut
water and plenty of shade, table board arat
class; terms address 1311 .M st. u. w. tny'-3t
' Forest Glen, Md.,
Is now oneiL
W. A. YOUD. Proprietor.
REASONABLE OlIIRT 1 ALK I1 OR jMeN.
A rising tbermometersJgge.tseg
llge Mrt8. Absolutely necessary If
you wish to tcep cool during warm
weather. Don't wait until they get
picked over. There's n big advantage
in getting flret choice. It doesnt
matter what material you want, we
have them nil. Prices. 10c. 41, SL23,
3L50. in a variety of styles and eilejts.
There couldn t be a better Shirt
made for tho price than oar "Invinci
ble" Dress Shirt. No tronble what
ever in finding your tit. A number of
sleeve Iensth3 to each neck size.
There Isn't a better stock of men's
f nmlshings In tbe city than ours.
"Thft-Two Old Timers,"
S. B. ELLERY AND JOS. H. IRELAND,
Managers Branch Balto. Shirt Factory,
931 9th st. nw., near N. Y. ave. !unctin.myl9-lni
LOCAL UNION 130. UNITED BROTHERHOOD
of Carpenters and Joiners, meets every Mon
day evening at 4.5 12th st. nw.
O r A A WEEK IF ACCIDENTALLY INJURED
5?OU 110,000 if kllled-f 10,000 loss of both eyes,
or both feet, or both hand, or for loss of hand and
a foot: $5,000 for loss of rlcht hand or either ler:
riOOO for less of one foot or left hand; $1,300 for
loss of one eve: $5,000 for permanent total disa
bility, and 30 per week for fifty-two weeks If
accidentally injured by any conveyance moved
by steam, electricity, or cable, and half forego
ing Indemnities if Injured or killed by any other
kind of accident.
Costs 96.00 for three months, or 24.03 per year.
ThK policy Is written by the Old Reliable United
States Mutual Accident Association of New
York. Call on or address
J. D. KING, Agent.
WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST BUILDING,
Room 30. Washington, D. a
CROSS BROa, DEALERS IN CIGARS, TOBAC
co. Stationery, Periodicals, JSc, cor. 1st
and II streets, nw. Washington. D. C. ap22-lm
ARholdersot special rate tickets for photos
on Lardner's Studio, 4i Ninth st. (near D), to
use them this month, if possible. Elegant
Cabinets, $2 per doz. Pictures copied. myl3-14t
FOR SALE CHEAP; STYLISH FAMILY
horse, carriage, harness, etc. Address BAR
GAIN, this omce.
ISE SEWING MACHINES 910, AT DOMES-
11C PATTERN AGENCY, 4th and Pa. av. se.
SK A DAY LEARN TO MAKE CRAYON
J portraits; It is cbeap and easy, and you'll
soon be your own boss at 53 a day. Addresa
my!7-6t BART, Artist, Times OfUie.
LUNCUI LUNCH! LUNCH!
The best lunches In the city at
THE PUILE DAIRY LUNCH,
833 D st. nw.
Open all night Near News office.
LUNCH IS ALWAYS READY
Opposite TntES Office.
CAPITAL DA1KT LCNXU, 432 ELKTXKTn STKEET,
312 II street northwest.
New Spring styles.
First-class work at popular prices. '
xny2-lm Alterlrg and care of ladies' coahc
STEIN, MEKCHANt'tAILOR, ""
C21 F stroet northwest.
Suits made to order in latent styles, perfect lit
guaranteed. Pants aepccUlty. my2-lm
SALOON AND RESTAURANT. CHOICE
Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Meals at all
hours. Board by the day, week or month. JOHN
E. BON1NI. Prop.. 731 N. Cap, street. ap22-Imo
E CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
Buy your Hats. Caps, Boots, Shoes, Shirts,
Pants., etc, from
1233 Eloventh street southeast.
And notice how much you save.
HELP FURNISHED FREE BY MRS. L, d
Moore, Employment Agency,
S03 G St nw., vt ashlnston, Dv X
Send postal card.
rpKLL TOUR WIFE TO LOOK AT THOSE FINS
Sewing Machines selling so rapidly at $10 st
Auerbach'a Capitol Hill branch. Domestic sew
ing machines. Pattern agency, corner Fourth
and Pennsylvania avenuo southeast. Complete
with attachments and warranted for five years.
NEW YORK BUFFET.
403 TENTH STREET NORTHWEST. Soo