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Orb Gent '
Ko advutlMaeat leas than I0
One Cent .
No adTrtUaat less than 10.
NoadrtrtlMasat ! tfcaa 10).
One iht Z
Ko adrortlM Wn I,.thsn 10s,
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fo advertisement lesi than 1 0
Now T the Time to Buy or Soli
We are disposing ot t hem at a great pace.
Why? l'ccause we only list bargains, and
when we show an intending purchaser
our list we cannot (all to nuke a deal.
BRING YOUE BUSINESS PLACES to us,
make the prices low, and we guarantecyou
a quick Kale. Ail business strictly confi
dential. T. O. ANBERBON & CO..
Real Estate and business Exchange, 907
G street northwest. .
FOR SAXJB-Cbeap Corner grocery
and meat More doing good business;
flvc-'vcnr lease; owner deals nut tl.e rent.
91(i 1.1 ave. tcl3-3t
WE want saloons, grocery stores .'wood
ciutl coal jards; must bo bargains. T.U.
ANUEKSON 4 CO., Real Eb&te and Busi
ness Exchange. 007 Ost-nw. Eel 3
OB SAllE Cafe and hotel dome
Urn-cuss business; icjsoii fur selluig,
owner going to Europe; thorough Invcstl
rallou invited. Address HOTEL, this ot
FOR RENT Ticket broker's office,
bait square from Fa. It. K. depot: best
location in city;dekk, signs,jtarnns;,everT
thtng ready tor business. 480 Pa. are.
uw. ' se!2-3t
INVENTORS wMl find It convenient
for uiom louUl atCaxl Auer's Alecjianl
cal Lnlioratorj.. Special attention, given
In construction of flue machinery. Terms
very moderate.. 2.13 E sknc , se!2-7t
FOE SAI,E Cheap Bread and cake
uikcry ana route; must ntu. iiu c--sonaMe
offer refused, Care of M. E. T.,
WAHTED-A partner to takei.Le half
promoting imcret to Introduce new
patented street car motors Into Boston,
ilas : nn assured success Address OA8
brtitirtr.. iuis ujiiu:. tvta wk
FOR SAX.E-Cigar Store Uirguiu If
sold nl out, i 60S 14th El uw.
A.NT" one. having a pood barber simp
for sale will find a purchaser by ad-
dreslng B0X.K. L.. this office. scll-3t
WA NTED DOUSES.
"W A. NTED To rent or lease a 7 to 9-
ronm lioiue on Capitol Hill of owner.
Good local ion and good house essential.
D. V. GALL. Glh Auditor's offico. Bel l-3t
ja.OOO cash will be paid for desirable
cew brick house; 6 rooms; 2 floors;
a.m. inconveniently located;, white tenant.
Addre, with particulars, QUICK CA.SII,
this office. It
MONEY WANTEU AND TO LOAN.
WE ONLY LUND MONEY OK ltaL ES
TATE. Do you want any of itr
Let us h.ie jour applications at once.
Guarantee no delay if tecurhy is all right.
$b0,000 a 1 5 iiercent In soni-s tosult. Larger
loansat 4 aid4 l-2rerccni
T. O ANDEUSONi-CO..
Itcal Estate ai d Butircm l"eliunge.
1K17 G ef. ii-tvc
MONEY lo han mi real estate; S200,
Odli u loan ill sums In suit at G and 0
per cent. B. H. WARNER CO.. 010 F
st. nw. sel3 3t
WE lunc a large amount of money to
loan at 5 ami C per cent; also 11. A L.
Association awrage payments monthly
$10-1 1 per si.ooo. o dliy. W. M.
YAGEU &. CO., Ohio Banlf Building.
W AMTED-Tho loan of $b,000 onfirf
ciafs inside proierty; no agents. 708
19th st. Bgiatf
W. TC. PITLTOITS Inun Of I Ice .1218
Pa. ave. nw. EsiablWied In 1870.
Money loaned on watthes. diamonds, jew
elry. bilerware. elc. Special bargains i In
watches. Jewelry, and sUu-rware. au20 6f.i
MONEY to loan on bonds. Mocks, trusts,
loan association certificates, and old
line life insurance policies; no delay
YEKKES & BAKER.
40 lo 4CMettcriittBMs
TVTONE-T TO LOAS-"L lnr-e sums,
or as low- as sl.tiuu. at C and G per
cent on B C. real estate; alio $2r.O, SSOO,
$7r(). elc. at 6 per ceuU WM. H. KAU.S
DElth & CO . 1407 F gl. mv tf
MONEY lo hmn at 5 and G per cent.
on District or Columbia realty: ho delay
ir securilv is satilactiry.
WALTER 11. ACKER. 704 141h nw.
MOKE7 TO LOAN All classes of
real estate loans made with prnmpti ess
at curcnt rates TIIEMcLACnLEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor
ncr loth and G streets nw. rnO tf
MONEY o lan nn real estate In the
District, at lowest rates of IcteresL
No delay. UERRON 4 NIXON, 1304 F st.
a. w. se4-lmo
ITATIOS CORNER OP elXTU AN3 B
In Effect Sent. 9,1895.
in 30 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA UU
lTh.l I'ullmun Sleeping. Dining, Smok
ing, and Observation Cars Ilarrisburc to
Chicago. Cincinnati. Indianapolis, fit.
Louis. Cleveland, and Toledo. Buffet
Parlor Car to Harrlsburg
X0 30 A.. M. PAST LINE. Pullman
Biiiriet PnrlorX'ar to Harrlsburg. Parloi
and liining Cars, Uarlsburg to Pitts-
34QF M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
LXI'ltKsij. Pullman Buffet Parlor
Car tollarrisburg. Sleeping and BlnlnK
Cars. Uarlsburg lo bl. Louis, Cincinnati,
Loulsillle. and Chicago
i jlo p. m:. western express.
Piillmiu Sleeping Oar lo Chicago, and
Harrlsburg to Cleveland Dining Car to
T-XO f . M- SOUTHWESTERN EX
PULbS Pullman Sleeping and Dining
Cars to bt. Louis, and Bleepin Car,
Harrlsburg lo Cincinnati
10,40 I. MI.-PACIFIC EXPRESS
I'uiimau oietping car 10 i-iiisuuik.
7,50 A.. Ml. for Kane, Canandaigua,
liochestir. aid Niagara Fulls daily, ex
1 0.30 A.. Ml. forElmira and Renovo,
daily, except Sundaj. For Williams
port daily. 3 40 p ru
T.T O F Ml. for WiUiamspnrt. Roches
ter. Bufijlo. and Nlagan Falls dally,
except Saturday, with sleeping car Wash
ington in Suipmsion Bridge via Buffalo.
"1 0.40 I. M. for Erie, Canandaigua,
Uoc'ies'cr. Buffalo, and Niagara Falls
dally, tlecpii g car W.islui gloii to Elruira
For 1'litUuU'liililH, .Von York mid tUo
4,00 "P. M- "CONGRESSIONAL LUI-J1LD-
AU Parlor Cars, with Dining
Car from Baltimore, for New York
dallj . for Philadelphia week-days. Regu
lar at 7 05 (Dining Car). 7 20. 00,
10 00. (Dinmg Cari, and 11 00 (Dining
Can a m .12 220.127.116.11.20,0.40.10.00,
and 11.35 p m. On Sunday, 7.05
(I)iulng Can. 7.20, 9 00. 11 00 (Dining
Car) a m .2.15, 3.15, 4.20, G.40, 10.00;
and 11 30 p m For Philadelphia only.
Fast Exprcts 7.C0 a ru. wcek-dujs. Ex
press 2 01 ai d,5 40 p in. dally.
For Boston, without change, 7.E0 a. m.
weck-dats, and 3.15 p. m. dally.
For Iialtlmore. 0.25, 7.05. 7.20. 7.50, 9.00,
10.00. 1010. 11.00 and 11.50 a. m.,
12.15. 2 01. 3.15. ?.40 (4 00 Limited),
4.2U. 4.3. 5.40, 6.05, 6.40, 7.10, 10.00.
10.40. 11.15 and 11.35 p. m. On Sun
day. 7.05, 7.20, 9.00. 9 05, 10.30. 11.00
a.m., 12.15. 1.15,2.01,3.15, 3.40(400
Limited). 4.20, 5.40. 6.05. 6.40, 7.10.
10.00. 10.40 and 11.35 p. m.
For Potie's Creek Line. 7.20 a. m. and 4.36
p. ra. daily, except Sunday.
For Anuapohs. 7.20, 9.00 a. m., 12.15 and
4.20 p. in. daily, except Sunday. Sun
days. 9.00 a. ui. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Rich
mond, Jacksonville and Tampa, 4.30
a. m 3.30 p. in. daily. Richmond, and
Atlanta. 8.40 p. m. daily. Klcnmooa
only. 10.57 a. ra. week-days.
Accommodation for Quautico, 7:45 a. m.
daily, and 4-25 p at. week days.
Por Alexandria. 4 30, 6.35, 7.45. 8.40,
9 45. 10.57. 11.50 a. ni.; 12.50, 1.40,
3 20. 4.25. 5 LO, 5.37. 6.10, 8.02.
10 10, and 11.39 p. ru. On Sunday at
4 30. 7.45. 9 45 a. ru.: 2.45, 0.16,
8 02, and 10.10 p. ni.
Leave Alexandria- for Washington, 8.0.
6.43, 7.05. 8 00, 9.10. 10.J5. 10.28,
a. m.; 1.00. 2.15, 3.00, 3-83. 5.00.
0 30. 6.13. 7.00. 7.20. 9.10. 10.52.
and 11.08 p.m. OnSundayatS.43,9.10.
10 28 a. ni : 2.15, 5.30, 7.00. 7.20.
9 lo. and 10.G2 p. ru.
TUkct offices, northeast comer of Thir
teenth street and Pennsylvania avenue,
and at the station. Sixth and B streets,
where orders can be left fur the checktnc
ot baggage to destination from hotels and
5 M. PREVOST. J.R.WOOD.
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pasa. Ajrent.
WANTED-A good Duahclinan nt 707
9 th st. uw.; apply at once. It
WANTED-Canvasser: only flrst-dasa
nun with experience and best references
need apply. 43a 9th st. nw., betf 8 and
10 a. m. teI3-2t
WANTEP-Union barber for Satur
'guy. Apily'320 Pa. ave. se.
WANTED-Tiio union painters, at
TiNCIl & BAKERSMITU'S shop, 800
P st. n w.ratter 4'30 p. m. Eel3-lt
ffANTED-Young man to build up
chandeliers; also a chandelier work.
ELMER H. CATL1N & CO., Central Power
Station. set 2-21
WAKTED-Bartender; must be lirst
lUss mixer; short Lours; also joune
man tor HciLor house: colored waiters nnd
oyster shncLersut once. DICK'S AGENCY.
G13 7th st. 012-2t
WANTED Young man to be generally
uscrui about the house. 002 E st.
eel 2-3 1
W ANTED-Woman or girl for general
housework; private family. CO Pierce
it. nw. sel3 2t
WANTED-Middle aged widow , unin
cumbered; strong, able, callable, will
ing to work; in need of permanent home. In
family of two; new house, a. in. 1.; English
or German preferred. Apply at 722 18th
st. nw.; Friday or Saturday, Sept. 13 or 14;
from 11 till 2 p. in. eel2 3t
WANTED-Half-grown white girl to
do light housework; must sleep home:
irlng ref. 1013 O st. nw. sel2-2t
WANTED Middle-aged colored
woman as nurse ror old lady. Apply
350 Pa. av. nw. sel2-2t
WANTED-A settled woman to nurse
and do light housework; German pre
ferred. Call 1917 14lh st. nw.
WANTED-A white girl for general
housework for a family ot 3; must be a
good look; good wages to u" competent girl.
200 8th it. sw. sel2 31
WANTED-A girl to cook, wash and
iron; must stay a night. 1920 Pa. ae.
nw. - sell-3t
WANTED A fettled German woman
to take care of a child 1 jcar old; will
have a good home. Inquire 1215 N rt. nw.
WANTED A while woman, kind dis
position, to cook, wash, iron and do gen
eral housework. In private fuinllj; btjte
terms BOX 03. GAITUERSBURG. JIB.
se 11 -31
WANTED-Home Protective Agency
has places for help every" day wltb
good references All capacities. 610 11th
t. it. w. sc4-lmo
UELP WANTED MALE AND
WANTED-West end, 1417 P St., 4
cooks, 10 houseworkcrs, waiters, cham
bermaids, white, colored; refs.; at once.
WANTED-Gpod oyster cook; at once
1319 7th st. nw. iel3-.1t
WANTED-At onco four good plain
cooks, wiillo females: fle general
houseworkcrs, white and colored; one
whllanian and wire to take coreof garden
and work in house; two colored women to
workouulde the city; refs. G10H st.nw..
HOME rROTLCT10.- AGENCY. fel3 It
WANTED-A good rctiaurant cook,
at Ballraocs Hotel. Conduit road.
WANTED A good canvasser. Apply
atonce.lb3331stst.nw. tell -.it
WANTED-A firsi-ciass, reliable can
vasser, must be well educated, and fur
nish good recommendations. Address G.
B 8.. into office. soll-7t
WANTED 8mlth Premier Type
writer operators and stenographers
dliected to positions. Operators de
Elilng to familiarize themselves with new
No. 2 Smith Piemisr Typewriter call
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
CO . No 1416 F st. nw. Jy31-tf
SITUATIONS VTANTEn MAUI
WANTED-By a young white man.any
kind of honestemploymcnt; small wages;
refs. Address NECESSITY, thlg office. It
"WANTED By o white boy. passed 13,
a pince to do errands for board, while
attending ecliool; raised in country; can
manage hortea; city references. Address
S. T. N-. this office. sel3 5t
"WANTED By a yourg colored man
place as porter or driver; work of any
kind; In need. Address C. F. H., 624
Mass. ave. nw.; refs. It
"W" ANTED By a colored man place as
butler or driver. Address D. 8., this
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
SITUATION wanted by a respectable
colored girl; place as chambermaid and
waitress; ref. i. n. u., this orxice.
"WANTED By a first-class laundry to
do washing and ironing at home or
work out by the day. Address 1341 8
st. nw. sel3-lt
"WANTED By a white girl a situation
as housemaid or nursing. Apply 1228
Mission off Ice.f roni 10 tod:goodrcis sel3-ir
BY experienced copyist; writing of any
kind at home; neatness, accuracy and
promptness guaranteed: nothing reason
able refused; postal, will calL BOSTON,
this office. sel2 3t
"WANTED By lady position as type
writer and clerk In patent attorney's
or lawyer's office; good refs. Address
RUTH, this office. sell-3t
W A NTED Place as housekeeper in
hotel or rirst-class widower's ramily
hr experienced white lady. HOUSEKEEP-
EU. this oince. sen-ii
WANTED-Place as chambermaid or
nurse, bj young colored woman; best
citr references. Address 2L1Q 11th St. nw.
FOR BENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT On 1st floor, flat of
4 rooms, with bathroom; all modern
Improvements; suitable for housekeeping;
convenient and pleasant locality on FranW
UnPark. 912 14th st.nw. sc!3-3t
FOR RENT 2 elegantly fur. rooms;
for single men or light housekeeping;
at very reasonable rates; a. m. 1. 1439 C
st. sw. sel3-3t
FOR RENT Nicely fur. rooms on 2d
floor, for one or more persons; with or
without board; all home comforts; reason-
able rates. 813 I st. nw. sell-3t
FOR RENT 3 unfur. rooms on 3d.
lioor, tor iigut Housekeeping; gas. neat.
and bath. 1314 9th St. nw.
FOR RENT At 911 1st st. nir en
tire 2dfloor of 3 desirable commu
nicating unfur. rooms; water on same
floor. 515 per month. se!3-2t
FOR RENT630 L st .nw., 2 or 3
2d or Od floor fur. or tmfnr.; new bouse.
FOR RENT Large front rooms, fur
nished: calTbefore 10 o'clock a. m. or
between 3 and 6 p.m., 1129 14th st. nw
FOR BENT-Neatly fur. rooms; heat
gas, a nil convenient to bath, on 2d
and 3d flocrs. $8 and $10; also hall room.
$5. 1006 M st. nw. se8-7t
TWO bright, cheerful rooms on 3d rioor,
facing south; -with or without board:
la private family; rent moderate. 1433
Q St.. half block from cable cars. sell-3t
FOR RENT Two large communicating
rooms, 2d floor; fur. or unfur; suite or
tingle; convenlent-to four car lines; rest
reasonable. 465 H nw. aell-St
FOB RatNT Fnralh8'l room, double
or single, with first-doss table board;
for gentlemen only. 618 9th at. nw.
FOR RENT Front rooms: for.; 1
square from 3 cor lines; all conven
iences. 905 8th st. nw. sel2-3t
FOR RENT Entire 2d floor, with gas,
1019 '4th si. ne. se!2-3t
FOR RENT Nicely fur. front rooms for
one or more persona, with or without
board: private family: convenient to de
partments: reasonable rates. 1113 0th
st. nw. solO-7t
FOR RENT Two second floor fur. or
unfur. communicating rooms; bath on
samit floor; reasonable. 47 E st. nw.
FOR RENT A largo handsomely, fur
nished second-story front room; also
third story back room; centrally located:
moderate rent: Aery desirable; reference
exchanged. 1016 I st. nw. aell-3t
FOR RENT Two large unfur. com.
rooms, 2d floor; adults only, married
couple preferred: near departments, cars
and hcri'lca: refs. exchanged. 1731 F
at. nw. scll-3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, en suite
or tingle, with flrsVdass board; hot
water beating; best location. 924 New
York ave. nw. sell-7t
FOR RENT "Very desirable fur. rooms;
single or en suite; prlvato family; ex
tent location. 1347 L st, nw. scl0-7t
SS and $2 60 per week Newly-fur.
rooms; batb. gas; private family; 3 min
utes' walk from B. & O. depot. 220 N.
Capitol st. ee9-7t
FOR RENT 3 fur. or unfur. rooms.
2d flour; housekeeping permitted. 129
3d st, ne.; refs. eel 2-3 1
FOR RENT -05 E st. nw., two fur
nished or unfurnished rooms: con
icnient (o Patent and Pension Offices, also
to depots e!2-3t
FOR RENT All front rooms, unfur
nished. Targe nnd small, light, airy;
beautiful views, two flats of three rooms
ach, one with private bath. 502 E st,
near Pension Office. . sel2-3t
THREE or four unrur. rooms on 2d
floor: light houtckeeping: modern con
veniences 1002 O st. nw. scl2-3t
FOR RENT 225 E st. nw , 3 2d floor
unfur. rooms; talk tome floor; would
fur. ' sel2-3t
FUR. 1002 O it nw , front or back
parlor; terms reasonable. bel2-3t
FOR RENT Two or three unfur.
rooms suitable for housekeeping;
are new and beautiful; rent very low. Cut 1
at 1000 South Carolina ave. kc. sel2-3t
FOR RENT Nk-ely tur. room with
board, sJitableformanand wlfeortwo
gentlemen. 638 East Capitol st.
FOR IlENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Parlor; fur. or unfur.;
suitable, for doctor; $10. 1940 14th
st. nw. eel3.lt
FOR RENT 1908 H St. nw; furnished
and unfurnished rooms. se 18-71
921 Q si A suite of rooms, parlor and
ocaroom; suuauie lor iauy iu guKe,
price, $12; board If desired; also ten
rooms suitable for gentlemen; $8 pe
FOR RENT Nicely fur. rooms, single
or en suite, with or witnout Doara, in
a delightful neighborhood; terms very rea
sonable. Apply at 1801 13th st nw.
FOR RENT Very nice fur. or unfur.
room at 806 I st. nw. sel3-2t
FOR RENT Furnished room with
board for one or two gentlemen. No. 6
M street ne. sc!3-lt
FOR RENT 709 8th St. nw., back
parlor rooms. 2d and 3d floor, from
$6 up. It
FOR RENT Unfur. room. No. 625 E
st. nw.; south front; 3 windows; bal
cony; convenient to car lines and all De
FOR RENT Furnished front room;
Stntleinan preferred; StO In advance;
Belt and cable cars. 918 Va. ave. sw.
FOR RENT $4.50 a week for good
lioarii and room, front and back; splen
did location. 716 12th St. nw. se!3-7t
FOR RENT 2 large unfurnished rooms,
2d lioor; southern, eastern, and west
ern exposure: all sunshine. iOOO 6th
st. nw., cor. K. 6el3-3t
FOR RENT Cheerful furnished rooms,
complete for housekeeping, 2d floor;
bath, gas, heat, etc., with small private
family; $15 per month to respectable people.
521 9th st. sw. sel3-3t
FOR RENT 3 nicely fur. rooms; 2
communicating; $7 each per mo.; one
S3: all with closets; gentlemen preferred:
refs; good board near. 1448 Corcoran
FOR RENT 2 or 3 unfurnished rooms,
with heat, gas, and batb; suitable for
light housekeeping; also 2 nicely fur
nished rooms, southern exposure; rent
reasonable. 203 Est. nw. sel3-3t
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping, con
venient to O. P. O. No. 8 F St. nw.; $13.
FOR RENT Opp. Pension Office, 623
4th st. nw. Fur. front nail room:
3d floor: $5 per mo.; rets, required:
gents preferred. se!3-2t
FOR RENT Single gentlemen wanting;
nicely kept rooms can find them in
owner's house, which Is new and well
furnished, on 13th st., near E. by ad
dressing 13TH STREET, this office.
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms.
3d floor, light and heat, $15. one
large unfurnished front room, 2d floor.
No. 404 E. Cap. St. sel3-3t
FORRENT At7075thst.nw.,3 unfur.
rm; terms reasonable. aell-7t
FOR RENT In private family, nicely
furnished rooms, single or -en suite;
Southern exposure; gentlemen' only. 724
9th st. nw. aall-St
TOR RRNT MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT $3 per month. 1 CaU
graph typewriter In perfect order; also
folding top desk, naarlyaew. wthtchalr,
tor rent or sale. Iaq.nJreatRo.9M12tb.at.
Sworn Circulation of The M
jA Washington Times. .)
fk i 'o Copies "
jV J " Actually Sold. fjf
L- Mondaj-, September 2 .. a 30,030 '!
K Tuesday, 4' .3.1. 31,272 V
lR Wednesday, "- ,4.. 31,106 Mf
9 Thursday, " 5.'!:a; 30,914 f
4f Friday," " - .. 6.v.'i 30,896
Saturday, " ;, 7ll' 34,690 - -J
9 Sunday,' "a".iuu 8.KTwi:'iri.',l 23,47T LJ
v r i fe.
j Papers sold . . . . - . . 21 2,385 r -
-f aw - t
$20.30 will rent a very desirable 6
rooni brick house;! good repair; 1 329 M
si. nw. Inquire CHAULKB O. THOlf , 1213
P at. nw. ... relS-St
FOR RENT 308 Mass. ave. lie.; 6
rooms, m. I., newly papered and
painted, $21; No. 218 Gtb si. ne., 8 rooms
and cellar, m. L, $30.60; No. 238 2d st.
ue., 7 rooms and cellar, m. 1.. $23.00. KT
M. J. ATWELL, No. 204 E. Cap. st.
FOR RENT Cheap; neat houses. No.
21187tu at.. $12; No. 2920 $13.50;
each has five .rooms and cella- and stable.
Inquire of J. CHESTER, room 19, Law
reuce building, 610 14th st.nw. ael0-6t
FOR RENT 1240 Duncan st. ne.. 7
rooms: ail modern Improvements, near
ly new. $10.30. JOHN W. MORRIS, 614
Fst. . se!0-7t
FOR RENT C rooms and bath; m. I.;
belUiTSdiiud 3d floor: No. 1828 14th st.
nw.: exceltcntcoadltliin; rent $28 key
next door. Apply to OWNER. 943 S
st. nw. ,l- sel2-3t
FOR RENT Now brown stone; fur.;
woofd take board In exchange for rent.
1806 Rlggs Place, near Dupont Circle.
FOR RENT Two beautiful houses, 6
rooms and bath; No.. 1736 and 1738 V
st. nw.-very reasonable. W. M. YAGKB
A Co.. Ohio Bank Building. se!2-4t
FOR RENT Slx-rcom house. No. 1227
4th at. nw.: excellent neighborhood;
lance yard: water closet; house open for
FOR RENT A beautiful new bay win
dow brick, heated by furnace; open
fireplaces; cabinet mantels; all modern
improvements; In a beautiful neighbor
hood: rent. $27.50. ,No. 210 8th st. ne.;
key next door. sell-3t
STS.OO-2000 F at. nw.; 10-too-a
bricl:: a. m. I.: furnished complete. C.
T. YODEB. glB C sr. nw.
2.no-120 K St. nw.; 14r.; a. m. 1.
CZ T. YODEB. 61b E St. nw.
IB.OO 1420 Uth st. nw.; 8 r.,
b.; m. 1.
S32.fiO- 314 u 320 N. C. ave. se.;9t
aTrSt-new. C. T. YOBER.615 Est.
no. 1309 14lh st.nw., 10 r.
No. 1311 14tbst-aw.,10rj.
No. 1201 Rhode Island ave. nw.,6rs.
No 1203 Rhode Island ave nw.,6re.
No. 1203 Q 't. nw.. Kin.
No. 1207 Q Et-nw . lOrr.
No. 1C02 Ycrmoiitavc. nw., 10 rs.
Above lioutee are 'In elegant repair and
have the latest ranitary plumbing.
se3-14t 13J3 14thst.
Sworn Circulation of The
J " Actually So!d-
Mondaj-, September 2 .. a 30,030
Tuesday, " .3.1. 31,272
Wednesday, "- ,4.. 31,106
Thursday, " 5.'!:a; 30,914
Friday, " " - .. 6.v.'i 30,896
Saturday, " ;, 7 1 V 34, 690
Sunday,' "a".iuu 8.KTwi:'iri.',l 23,477
FOR IlENT nocsES.
$SO will rent a very desirable 13-room
bouse; all m. i ; good repair; 1102 I st.
nw. Inquire CHARLES G. TUOM, 1213 F
si. nw. se!3-3t
TOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SAvLE 1 bay marc. 7 years old;
good and sound; guaranteed to work
anyo were; owner has no use for her and will
sell cheap. Apply 1113 D St. ne., or send
postal and will call. se!2-3t
FOR SALE-llarber snop doing nice
business. Address li. S. T-, this office.
FOR SALE-Pawn ticket for $125
Parker nammerlessgun; 2sets ot bar
rels; $25: or will exchange for cbeaper gun.
Address GUN, this office. sell-3t
FOR SALE-A good lop buggy, newly
paluieuul $12 lott: $25 mil buy it;
worth $40. 3U8 E. Cap. st. sell-31
FOR SALE-Bicycle Cushion tire
Psycho, good condition; SIS. In
quire for CAKET, SOU E St. nw., after 6
p. ttn. 3t
FOR SALE-1 horse, surrey, and
narness. $175, or horse, buggy, and
hnrnen, $150. or will trade for building
lot. Address H. E. E., this orflcc.
FOR SALE Handslime delivery
wagon, slightly used: fire-proof safe,
third value. Etibitt Drug Store. se!2-3t
FOR SALE 2 folding bed suites; oik
and cherry; walnut suite; cheap; side
board, table, etc. Apply 421 4th st. nw.
FOR SALE New chamber set; oalq
D pieces; $15; also other furniture.
FOR SALE-Model C Victor bicycle,
lamp and cyclometer. $23. CIIAHE,
1306 L, nw. sell-3t
FOR SALE Cheap. Day "are. four
years Apply 1 207 Fst.nw. sell-.lt
PARTY leavinybliy wlllsellhigh grade
wheel cheap: light weight. Answer
WHEEUST. this office. sell-3t
FOR SALE Brewster no top buggy
in good condition. $30 00: also 3-4 top
buggy, good as new, $40 00. 624Est.nw
FOR SALE F)rst-clas3 wood and coal
yaruiu uw., dolus a good cash busi
ness, cheap for cash. Address COAL, this
FOR S ALE A'smhll-sUed iron safe in
good condition. 96EO. BANCROFT &
CO.. 604-606 Plh sr. nw. sell-7t
PROPOSALS FOR SOIL AND MANURE.
Office of Building for Library of
Congress. 145 East Capitol street, Wash
ington. D. C, September 11th. 1895.
Sealed proposals for furnishing and deliver
ing about 1300 cubic yards of surface
sou and about 400 cubic yards of manure
for the approaches of the Building for the
Library ot Congress, in this city, will be
received at this office nntiLTWO O'CLOCK
P. M.. on WEDNESDAY, the TWENTY
FIFTH day of September. 189 5, and opened
immediately thereafter In presence of
bidders. Specifications, general Instruc
tions and conditions, and blank forms of
proposal may be obtained on application
to this of flee. BERNARD R. GREEN.
Superintendent and Engineer.
sell-13-16-18 20 23 a m
OFFICE of the Commissioners of the
District of Columbia. Washington, Sept.
th. 1895. Sealed proposals will be re
ceived at this office until 12 o'clock m..
September ltn. 1895, for constructing
a rabble masonry wall on Sherman avenue,
between Orant and Irvhts streets. All
necessary InformaUon can, be obtained
ac uus oiinrc.
ae7-StdAa " Commlasloaera D. C.
uriniS. any deafieddentb in earth or
rock: air abafu sunk; aounalan made. B.
BAKING busloess all In first-class
running order; fine trade; good stand:
long lease: must be sacrificed: come quick.
T. O. ANDERSON & CO., Seal Estate and
Business Exchange, nor mtsw. aeian
THIS I to give notice that the partner-
A Waters has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent. The business will be carried
on by Mr. W. C. Prather, who will collect
all outstandlng'accounta, and also assume
all indebtedness against laid rtrm ot Prather
A Waters. E. H. WATEE8.
Sunt. 9. 1890. cel3-3t
WANTED-Witnesses of collision be
tween one of P. H. Shecby'a grocery
wagons and a Dayton wagon. La boruay.oa
Pa. ave., between 18th ana 19tb st- nw.,
to please address P. H. SHEEHY. 2030 7th
st. nw. "SAJy
OYSTER Roast at Colonial Beach Ho
tel grounds. Sunday. September 15,
1895. Only 25c. AU are Invited.
A KXTONEE'S NOTICE Notice
Is hereby given that William TL Walker,
carrying on the grocery business at Noa.
946 and 948 Louisiana avenue northwest,
this cltv. lias executed to me an assign
ment for the benefit of his creditors. All
persons indented to the said Walker are
requested to make settlement of tReir in
debtedness to me or my representative,
Mr. A. T. Walker: and all persons having
to flla them with me. LEON TOBRINER,
Equity Building, 317 4 1-2 st.nw. sell-6t
September 9. 1985.
LOST About 6 weeks ago an old black
tnorn cane, without ferule; silver top
much worn and battered; old relic, and
will pay a reward for it recovery. Ad
dress Dr. WESTLAKE. Highlands Sanl-
tartum. Bladennburg. Md. sel3-2t
LOST In grounds between Treasury
and the State. War, and Navy Depart
ments, Wednesdiy morning, black leather
pocketbook containing trunk check, rail
road ticket to Zanesville. Ohio, and amount
of money. S10 rcwanl If returned to
CAPTAIN OF THE WATCH, State. V ir,
and Navy Department. se!2-2t
LOST-Monday evening; D, letj&:h and
13th se., white skirt with Valenciennes
lace, by washerwoman; suitable reward If
r iurnedto821Cst.se? scll-3t
LOST In the neighborhood of 3d and C
us. nw., a brown, yellow, nnd whltecal,
with while throat. The finder will be
rewarded by leaving at 316 9th st. ne.
LOST Stick pin, leaf with diamond cen
ter. Sunday, bet. N. Y. ave. and 10th tt
7lh ami Maw ave. nw. Reward If left
at MtKuewV. 933 Pa. ave. nw.
LOST Knight Templar charm; Finder
return to 1219 E ct. nw. and receive
reward. F. J. MILLEK, rel3 3t
LOST Little George Taylor, you ugesUon
ot Peyton and Annie Taylor, left his
home, 4 C st. se., yesterday at 9:30; has
not been seen since. He is 2 1-2 years
of age, light brown skin, black eyes, wore
blue dress, shoes, and la very heavy built.
When called "George" be answers. Liberal
reward for bis return. PEYTON TAYLOR.
STOLEN From Department of Justice
about 2 p. m. Thursday, bay's Cres
cent bicycle; nearly new; left crank and
pedal off; $0 reward for return to DA KIN'S
RIDING SCHOOL, 13th and N. X. ave.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE Cheap; to whlteorcolored:
2 frame nouses, 6 rooms, all modern im
provement: reduced from $2,500 to $2,000.
OWNER. 1313 5th Bt. nw. sel3 3t
FOR SALE Cash Furniture, good
will, 16-rouni bou&e, newly fur., now
filled; prompt-paying tenants; owners leav
ing city; guarantee No. 1 investment. Ad
dress VIRGINIA, No. 2, this office.
FOR RENT No. 29 R st. nw.; 8
rooms and batb; all latest conveni
ence,; south frunt. large yard, moderate
tent. Also 6 room bouse on 10th st. se.,
near cable cars. $12 per month. ED
WARD KERN. 27 R St. nw. sell 6t
FOR SALE 135 N st. se.. for $1,050.
Look at this house; 6-rooni brick: water,
sewer, nnd gas; front street; only 20 min
utes' to Center Market; $50 cash; $13 per
month. Title perfect. JOHN F. DONO
H0E. 308 E. Cap. St. scll-6t
FOR SALE At a sacrifice, six-room
house on L St. nw.."between Cth and
7th; Mx-room house on M St.. between
3d and 4th nw. ORACE M. THOMAS.
Room 100. Corcoran liuilillng. sell -at
FOR SALE On easy terms, new cor
ner house on Eighteenth street north
west;1 8 rooms, batb, furnace room, and
kitchen and a. m. 1. Address I. A . M. No
agents need apply. ang7-7t
I WILL guarantee to cure any cnBe of
catarrh I undertake or no pay; also
anycaseof eczema withone treatment. Ad-
dress DOCTOR, this office. sel 3;3r
WANTED-To buy second handed, a
good meat box and tools;a!so a wagon
and harness: must be cheap for cash.
Address with full particulars and price,
READY CASH No. 2. this officeTael3-lt
JTTST RECEIVED Flue lot young Cu
ban parrots, guaranteed to talk; also
monkeys, canaries, mocking; birds, gold
fish, dogs, and fancy pigeons. SCUMID'S,
712 12th st. nw.. branch 1221 Pa. ave.
LACE Curtains laundered by hand by
an experienced woman at 60 cents a
pair: quantities at reduction. No. 16 F
st. nw. sel 1-0 1
"G OOD TIMES"-The Times is right
We are advertising with good results
MATCHETT A CO. never disappoint. Bend
them your printing; 310 10th st, nw.
CARPETS should be scrubbed to take
out grease, dirt, or stains on the floor;
or taken op. Address postal EUREKA
CARPET CLEANING C0..4 Wand Maine
ave. sw se!0-3t
TELEGRAPHY taught rapidly,
thoroughly, day or evening, by an ex
pert operator: eaar terms. Addresa EX
PERT TELEGRAPHER. 720 11th at,
"WE dont care to do 'cheap lop"
printing-, asn moss everyooay Knows
rtandtbar know we don't care who kaows
n. Fxfcaa right. M. W. MOOKE. Sea.
site.. Law Retortac Cosoasuv. 18 Ufc
ti , ? rfC?f ewi -
' W-'"A.-v-?-ir "
fiaV i - inirff - r'iiirftfMnnntiitTi
PROF. LAURENCE, the great
clairvoyant of the West, Is located at
220 0 street northwest, where he will re
ceive callers daily and Sunday for clair
UNLIKE MANY OTHERS, lie asks no
questions, makes no unnecessary show or
pretensions, but comes strictly and quickly
to the point, and tells your name. age oc
cupation, birthplace, disposition, adapta
bilities, what your trojbles. anxieties,
hopes, fears, wishes, and ambiLons are,
and how -to obtain the best possible re
sults In either case.
HE IS NOT HERE to read jour mind
nor guess at things, neither Is he here to
and truthful predictions and Interpreta
tions to those who are seeking, to better
their conditions and prorit themselves by
the revelations made through a genuine
For the cause that needs assistance.
For lbe wrongs that need resistance.
For tbu future In the distance.
And tho good that he can do.
His advice may save you many a dollar,
many a tear and sigh, and the saddest of
all sad words ."It might have been."
HE TELLS THE NAME, AGE, ETC.,
of your present company, wife or husband,
and also lbe name, age. occupation, dispo
sition, location and financial standing of
your future husband or wife, and date of
marriage. If your home Is unhappy, your
companion Inconstant, your Mends untrue,
remember there Is a reason and a remedy,
and it Is your duty to find It and profit by
the knowledge gained.
THE WORLD IS MADE SAD
By tens of thousands of failures and wreck
ed or disappointed lives, made so through
lasly conclusions, unsound Judgment or the
entering into ami following of a business,
profession or trade for which nature has
not Intended them. "Be suro you are right.
then go ahead." Nature has been so gen
erous 83 to endow I'ror. Lawrence with the
wonderful gift of penetrating the raystlofut
ure, and to those who wish advice and aid
upon lawsuits, business, love, marriage, di
vorce, lost or stolen property, speculations,
estates, health or any of the perplexing
questions of life, call and be coin meed of
his power to aid you
He is the only man who understands
perfettly the Black Art of ancient Egypt,
or "cliarm-workhig" for family diiricul
tles, lovers' quarrels, t-ucctss In tusiuess,
etc 80 coutideut is he of bis ability
lo tiling success in outness and speculatun,
or to brii-g to you the lost lover, friend,
or sweetheart, or cause a marriage -with
the one ot your choice, that he will lend,
free, the "Magic Talisman" for three
mouths and will guarantee success In
every cn In those who follow carefully
the directions and requirements. Fees
for readings, $1 and upward Hours, 9
to 9 dally and Sunday. 220 C st. nw.
MME. FRANCIS- WaEhlngton's
mort 'lop-iia r medium, will resume busi
ness Beptemlier 16, and will bo glad to meet
her many fri-edsand patrons, at 324 East
Capitol et.: sittings dadv, 9 to 9, 25c and
NOTICE Berkeley Dairy Lunch, 467
G e u, fas justopened;will keep Berkeley
Springs mineral waterfree to its patrons.
NATIONAL Academy of Fine Arts
Drawing ami Painting Thorough in
struction Jor artMs. teachers, decorators,
designers. Illustrators, parents ard children.
In every branch of art Portraits to
order in every style, from $10 to S3.0PO
Old or Injured pictures cleaned, varnished,
restored. In the most skillful manner. 502
E st. nw. se!2-3t
A widow lady, who has her furniture
stored, wishes a rouse. uit(ioctadancc
pay, for first month; central: near tlepart
this office. rcl2-3t
MME. BROOKE Wis all the events
or life; all buElness confidential, ladles
and gentlemen. CO cents each; hours 9 a
m. to 9 p. m. 605 New York atenue
northwest, near Sixth street. au27-14t
MME. PEREIN-Scientific palm
istry; truest destiny reader of the age:
events of past and luture reealed with
wonderful accuracy; hours 10 to 9. 515
10th st. nw., bet. E and r.
S6O to S100 a month. To make $60
to SI 00. a month this fall and winter
learn now at half winter rates the
easy, profitable branch of art I teach.
TEACHER. 806 11th st.nw. sc!2-7t
DR. TAYLOR. 906 F st.nw., makes
full sets of teeth for $5; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling. $1: amalgam. 50c. se4-tf
1 A NC1TNG piipfla by experienced lady
teacher: 50c per lesson or 5 lessons
for $2. MM.D., this office.
LADIES needing confidential treat
ment. A rate and sure relief In all
female trouble, constipation. Irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula,
etc Separate rooms for patients before
and during confinement, and find homes
for infants if required. Strictly confiden
tial. MRS. DR. RENNER. 16 Fourth st.
ue.. near E. Capitol St., Washington. D. C.
AERIAL navigation wilt never be
come an established fact until yna call
on us and get una of thase fine custom mad
suits, the least bit worn, at a figure never
before Ihought-if. JUSTH'S OLD STAND.
619 D st. n. w.
PROF. CLAY, oldest established ad
vertising clairvoyant, medium and for
tune teller in this city; removes aU your
troubles; tells from cradle to grave; ad
vice on business. Ioe affairs, losses or
matrimonial adentures: unites separated
and causes speedy marriage with one you
love by proper advice. Call and be con
vinced that I can work a cure quicker
than anv medium you ever met. Fee 58
cents. Hours. 10 to 9: open Sunday.
489 H St.. Iiet. 4 1-2 and 6th St. sw.
MME. ESTELLE tells all the events
of life in German and English; hours,
9 a. m. to 10 p. m ; 25 and 50 cents;
cures all cases of running or dry sores.
913 l'jth st. nw. au30-lru
EGYPTIAN Gypsy Seventh daugh
ter of the seventh generation: she can
take off spells and cause to marry, as well
as tell you the past and future; persons eati
ng at the tent next to railroad, willask for
Take Eckington and Soldiers' Home
PROF. FANTLEROY lells the
events of lite, compels love and brings
back the separated. 1113 Delaware ave.,
bet. Land Msw. Hours, 10 to C. Sittings,
MME. BROOKE lells all the events
C lire; all busjines confidential; ladles
and gentlemen, 50 cents each; hours, 9 a.
m. to 9 p. m. 605 New York avenue rorth
wesl, near Sixth street. se9-14t
Do You Want Cheaper Gas?
v If so, write your name and address
in this coupon and send it to THE
You can help to save Washington a
half million dollars each year by writing
your name and address in the above
coupon and sending it to THE TIMES,
to be used in preparing a petition to
Congress asking for cheaper gas.
- 'Mii'ini nsff"1'' J-""---- s 'int.
aCASSAGE and electric treatmemy
glven by Mrs. Lewis, 702 9th n. w.
House open from 8 a. m. to 9 p. ea.
'.1. WALKERSONS.204 10 th St.
nw. carpet lining, felt. lire brick and -clar.
asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement,
twoand three-ply roofing mat crlaLapr21-tf
TEE'S DAYS'CUBE FOR MEN."
This remedy cures ln3daysornncbarge.
Consultation free. Dr. McKEEHAN, 716
12th st.nw. sel 1-7 1
WANTED People to know that
John B. McCarthy, undertaker and
erabalmer. nntil recently with George
W. Wlr. Is located at 3335 M St.. George
town. D. C. sell-7t
FOB SALE SUBURBAN.
FOR SALE A beautiful place at River
daic, new house. 7 large rooms; large lot,
orchard, stable, well, etc.: one-hair square
Irom Boulevard: only $2,750,- easy terms.
B. M. .JONES. 510 loth St. nw. se!3-3t
FOR SALE Cheap; Aralon Heights;
lot 13, block 6. Inquire of owner. 218
10th st. nw. sel2-7t
FOR SALE Greatest bargain ever of-
fereti at Brookland. lot 50x150, $650.
GRACE M. THOMAS, Room 100. Car-
toran Building sell-3t
grocery store in a good
omUim MitlpM mutt tint fw len thnn
$1.000permonth. Addresa CASH BUYER,
tills office. seI3 tf
WANTED A party with $1,200 to
$1,500 to manufacture a new patented
harness device for single driving; simpler,
safer and superior to any harness In tho
market; Investigate. Address A. T.. this
WANTED-To take charge of dining
room and kitchen in a house where there
are some boarders. Address CATERER.-
this office. sel3 3t
WANTED Party with from $500 to
merit, to be exhibited at Atlanta: money
secured. Address P. M- R., this office
WANTED Good trap with top; also
spring w.igon for coal delivery; must
be bargain. R. H. D., this office. Sel2 3t
WANTED-Steady work for 4 to 12
head of horses and wagons; light or
heavy hauling; $3 per day for each team ot
2. R. H. D.. this off ice. sell-3t
WANTED-Highest prices paid for good
Eccond hand books, office furniture,
store fixtures and household effects of all
kinds; send postal and will call. H. RO
SENBERG. 802 Est. nw. sell-7t
SSO.OOO lo loan at 5 per cent, on ap
prised real estate. T. O. ANDER
SON & CO., 907 G St. nw. se8 tf
Wanted Try Rubber Roof Paint
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE,
And chare cnlj for palatine: work guarantee!
NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAUT CO. lttil 8th nw
WANTED-!! or 4 rins.; unfur.; for 3
idults; housekeeping; vicinity of Sth st.
ne.; light and heat; rent moderate. Address
No. 32 Sth St. ne. se!3-ltp
WANTED-I); two young gentlemen.
room ai d 1 card: rates reaouabIe: nrl-
vate family C O II.. Ihls office, ol3.lt'
WANTED- Room and board for$13a
month: give location. Addre-s 738
Sheridan st. nw. rel 2-it
WANTED By October 1. three un
lurnSticd rooms;slate terms. Audreys
C.A.. thiaoffiM seI2-4t
Forty head of horses will be
sold at our Auction Stables, 211
11th st, nw., on Saturday, Sep
tember 14th, at 10 a. m.
Jlr. Edward Dunn, cf Kttsbarg. Pa., will sell
one pair of Coach Horses, 1l bands high, well
broken, fearless of steam or motor; also t gcod
Percy fccott, of Marthuhurg, W. Va. stlpa
0 head of good heavy wort horses., among
them some good drivers, nnd will be sold re
gardless of prices. Everyone In nd or stock
anojld attend this sale. Several horses froai
Magrath & Kennelly,
211 Uth st. nw..
Peculiar Predicament In Which, a
Ilnuty Marriage Put a Cleriarnien-
(Froni the Indlanapulls Sentinel.) - .
"One ot the funniest and yet the most
embarrassing things that ever happened
during my ministry," said a clergyman
yesterday, "happened while I had charge
of a church in a tnialler town. One Sun
day I had for a guest a clergyman who
removed from our town to a distant city
about ten months previous. A6 he was &
very popular man with his townsmen I
asked blm to occupy my pulpit that
Sunday morning. It happened that just
at the time this clergyman left town a
young man, who had only been married
a short time, lost his bride and was com
pletely crushed by the blow. Fcnrs wery
entertained for his, reason and everyone
In the town. Including my friend the
clergyman, felt the deepest sympathy for
him. Well, It happened that while he was
escorting his wife's remains ti. her former
home he met a most charming young lady
and in less than six months they were
married. But the clergyman knew nothing
of all this, and when on- that fateful
Sunday morning be stood In the pulpit
and taw before him this young widower,
as he supposed, he naturally thought of.
his bereavement. So it was that during his
prayer the congregation- was amazed to
hear him begin to pray for this young man.
" 'There Is before you. Lord, a young
man who has suffered a recent and terrible
affliction and for whom we aak y?ur
special blessing. Be near and comfort him
iu his last affliction, keep blm rafe in
life and be Lear htm 'when death "-hall
remove him from hU great sorrow.'
"Just think what that pc"jr young man,
and his new wife must have felt silting
through such a prayer as that. The whole
J-nftrnriT"-' "" """ -"
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