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.TfT'nauB JTOJNrNG auMis. Saturday. September i4f lsw.
Ko ad vert Isement less than 10
One Gent &
No adrcrtiseaant less than 10
Ko drarttsatntnt less than 10.
Koadrcrtis slant lass than I0.
Xoadvertlssairat lass than 10.
One Gent A
ro advert Isement less that 10.
KoadrarttosisMrlass than 10a.
No tv Ih the Time to lluy or Soil
We are disposing of them nt a Kivat iwce.
Why? Because we only list liargalng, and
when we show an Intending purchaser
eurlist we cannot, I'nii to nuke a deal.
BRING YOUR BUSINESS PLACES tous,,
make tlie prices low, and we guoranteeyou
a fiulck sale. All business strictly confi
dential. T. O.ANDERSON CO.,
Real Estate and Business Exchange, 007
G street northwest.
FOR SALE Saloon, 785 7tb st. nw,
L'lER UOETZINUER, AdmlnMra-
FOH SALE Cheap Corner grocery
rind nieat store doing good business;
five -year lease; owner deals out the rent.
910 La. ave. te!3-3t
WE want saloons, grocery stores .'wood
ANDERSON A CO., Real Estate and Musi.
Bess Exchange. 007 Usumr. se!3
TOR SALE Cafe and hotel doing
lirst-ciass business; reason for selling,
owner going to Europe; thorough investi
gation Invited. Address HOTEL, this of
flee. ' se!2-3t
FOR RENT-Ticket broker's office,
half square from Pa. R. R. depot; best
location In city; desk, signs, stamps; every
thing ready for business. 460 Pa. ave.
INVENTORS will find It convenient
sal Laboratory. Bpeclal attention gUen
n construction of fine machinery. Terms
erymodcrau. 223 Est. ne. se!2-7t
FOR SALE-Clieap Bread and cake
liaLcry and route; must sell; no rea
sonable offer refused. Care of M, E. T
2223 I4tbst,nw. se!2-3t
WANTED-A partner lo takcoie-balf
liromoimg Interest to Introduce new
patented street car motors into Boston,
Mats ; an assured success. Address OAB
ENGINE, this oflicc. tc!2-3t
FOR SALE-Clgar Btore Bargain if
sold at once. 608 14th St. nw.
i,c 11 -31
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN.
WE ONLY LEND HONEY ON REAL ES
TATE. Do you want any of It?
Let us bae jcur applications at onco.
Guarantee no delay if iccuiity is all right.
$S0,00(lat5percent insumttosult. Larger
loans at 4 aid 4 1-2 percent.
T. O. ANDERSON & CO..
Real Estate ai.d Buslrcf s Exchange.
007 a su. rrw:
MONET to loan on real estate; $200,
ihio l o loan In sums to suit at 6 and 0
per cent. B. II. WARNER & CO.. 01C F
st. nw. sel3-3t
WE have a largo amount of money to
lojn at 5 and 6 per cent; also B. 4 L.
Association averago payments monthly
J10..1.I per S1.00O. No delay. W. SI.
YAGER A CO., Ohio Bank Building.
WANTED-Tlie loan of $8,000 onfirst
ciass inside property; no agents. 708
19th St. Bel2-tf
ft. J. FtLTONS Loan Office. 1218
Pa. ave. nw. Established In 18 10.
Money loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew
elry. Bllverware. etc. Special bargains In
watches, jewelry, and silverware. au20-6ni
MONEYJo loan on bonds, stocks, trusts,
loan association certificates, and old
Bne lire insurance policies; no delay.
YERKES & BAKER.
40 to 46sIetzerottBldg
MONEY TO LOAN In large sums,
or us low-as sl.UUO, at 5 and 6 per
cent on D. C, real estate: al-o $2B0, SCO0,
$760. etc.. at C per rent, WM. H. SAUN
DEIIS & CO.. 1407 F si. nw tf
MONET lo loan at 6 and G per cent,
on District of Columbia realty; no delay
ir security is satisiactory.
M-AT.TIM. It iCITI-TW
II. ACKER. 704 14lh nw.
MONEY TO LOAN All classes of
real eslatcloaiiM made with promptness
at cureut rates. THE McLACHLEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cnr
ncr 10th and G streets nw. ru9-tf
MONEY lo loan on real estate in the
District, at lowest rates of lrterest.
No delay. HERR0N A NIXON, 1304 F st
a. w. sel-lmo
CORNEIt O? SIXTH
1 n Effect Sent -0 ,1 895.
XO 30 A.- M. PENNSYLVANIA LIM
1TEIJ. l'uUmaii" Sleeping. Dining. Smok
ing, nnd Observation cars iiarrisoura to
Chicago. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Hr
Louis. Cleveland, and Toledo. Buffet
Parlor Car to Ilarrlsburg.
XO 30 A. BI- FAST LINE. Pullman
Jiiiriet Parlor Car to Ilarrlsburg. Parlot
nod Killing Cars. Uarisburg lo Pitts-
8 40 I- BI- CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
IlM'iil'.sa Pullman Bur ret Parlor
Car to Harrisburg. Sleeping and Dintnp
Cars. Uarisburg lo St. Louis, Cincinnati,
Louisville, and Chicago.
T.IO 1. m:. WESTERN EXPRESS.
IHillin.ui .Sleeping Car to Chicago, and
Ilarrlsburg lo Cleveland Dining Car to
7.XO T. Ml. S0UTHVESTERN EX
PkESm Pullman Sleeping nnd D1nmg
Cars lo St. Louis, and Bleeping Car,
Harriiburg lo Cincinnati.
10.40 P. M.-PACIFIC EXPRESS
Pullman Sleeping car to Pittsburg.
f.EO A M. for Kane, Canandaigua,
Roctiesier. and Niagara Fails daily, ex
sj 0.30 A. M. forElmira and Reimvo,
daily, except Sunday. For Wllliams
port daily. 3.4(1 p. m.
1.1 o I. M. for WlUiamsport, Roches
ter. Ilufialo. and Niagara Falls daily,
except Saturday, with sleeping car Wasa
liigtoii to Sui pension Bridge via Buffalo.
"I 0.40 P. M. for Erie. Canandaigua,
Rochester, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls
dally. Mecping car Washington to Elmira
For l'lillmlHnlilu. Now York mid (be
S..UO . m.. (-u.xjicr.oaiUftAx.t.lAt-l'iEli"
All Parlor Cars, with Dining
Car from Baltimore, for New York
daily, for Philadelphia week-days. Regu
lar at 7 05 (Dining Car), 7.20, 9.00,
10.00. (Dining Can, and 11.00 (Dining
fan a ill . 12.15,3.15,4.20. 6.40, 10.00.
and 11.35 p. m. On Sunday, 7.06
(Dining Can. 7.20, 9.00, 11.00 (Dining
Can a in.. 2.15. 3.15, 4.20. G.40, lO.OOl
nnd 1135 p.m. For Philadelphia only,
Fast Express 7.50 a. ni. ,week-das. Ex
press 2.U1 and. 5.40 p. ni. daily.
Tor Boston, without change, 7.50 a. m.
weekilajs. and 3.15 p. m. dally.
tor Baltimore. 0.25, 7.05. 7.20. 7.50, 9.00,
lo.oo. 10.30. 11.00 and 11.60 a. m
12.15. 2.01. 3.15, H.40 (4.00 Limited),
4.2U. 4,30, 5.40, C.05, 6.40, 7.10, 10.00,
in.40.-ll. 16 and 11.35 p. m. On Sun
day. 7.05, 7.20, 9.00, P 06, 10.30. 11.00
a.m.. 12.16. 1.15.2.01.3.15. 3.4014.00
Limited). 4.20, 5.40. 0.05. 6.40, 7.10,
10.00. 10.40 and 11.35 p. m.
For Poiie'H Creek Line. 7.20 a. m. and 4.36
p. m. daily, except Sunday.
For Annapulis. 7.20, 9.00 a. m., 12.15 and
4.20 p. ni. daily, except Sunday. Bun
days. 9.00 a. in. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic! Coast Line. Express .for Rich
mond, Jacksonville and Tampa, 4.30
a. m.. 3.30 p. m. dally. Richmond, and
Atlanta. 8.40 p. m. daily. Richmond
only. 10.57 a, m. week-days.
Accommodation for Quantlco, 7:46 a. m.
daily, nud 4:25 p. ni. week days.
Tor Alexandria. 4.30, 6.36, 7.46. 8.40,
9.45. 10.57. 11.60 a. ni.; 12.60. 1.40,
3 20. 4.25. 8.00, 8.37, 6.18, 8.02,
10.10, and 11.39 p. ni. On Sunday at
4.30, 7.46. 9.45 a. m.; 2.46, 6.15,
,8.02. and 10.10 p. m.
leave Alexandria for -Washington, 6.0.
.43. 7.06, 8.00, 9.10. 10.15, 10.28,
a. m.: 1.00, 2.15, 3.00, 3.23, 8.00.
6.30. ft.13, 7.00. 7.20. 9.10, -10.52.
audi 1.08 p.m. OnBundayate.43,9.10.
10.28 a. m.: 2.16, 6.30, 7.00. 7.20,
8.10, and 10.52 p. m.
Ticket offices, northeast corner of Thir
teenth street and Pennsylvania avenue,
and at the station, 'Sixth and B streets,
where orders can be left for the checking
at baggage to destination from hotels and
BM. PREV03T. J. R. 'WOOD.
Geu. Manas'- . Agent.
HELP WAITED MALM.
BOX WANTED to learn paper hang
ing; one with experience preferred.
Address EXPERIENCE, this office.
WANTED-Outside salesman on cum
niUsiou. Apply 1716 14th St. "iw.
WANTED-Colored chef for
chef for hotel.
iiANO E. 014 13th sUnw. at
WAKTED-A neat boy ti make him
self, useiui about the house and to wait
table. Apply at once. 724 12th at. nw. It
urua). 7Q5 12th st.
lt WANTED Canvasser; only flrst-ciasa
nun with experience, and best references
need apply. 43d Otli st. nw., bet 8 and
10 a. m. Sel3-2t
W ANTED Young man to be generally
u-erul about the house. 602 E St.
mar wanted female.
WANTED-Ladles of good business
ability to introduce a new and valuable
publication. Liberal terms to good can
vassers. Address J. G. K., this office
169th St. so.
good steady girl for
private family. No.
WANTED-A good German cook; refs.
Apply 734 Sib st. nw. 1 1
"WANTED A white woman for gen
eral housework and cooking. Coll at
3066 M st. nw. It
WANTED-3 or 4 young ladles who
rite a good hand and have experience
In wrapping and pasting papers. QUICK.
ttil officio. sel4-2t
WANTED-Wiinao or girl for general
housework; private family. 60 Pierce
it. nw. sel3-2t
WANTED-Middle-aged widow, unin
cumbered; strong, able, capable, will
ing to work; in need of permanent home, in
family of two; new house; a. m. i.; English
or German preferred. Apply at 722 18th
et. nw.; Friday or Saturday, Sept. 13 or 14;
from 11 till 2 p.m. Eel2-3t
WANTED-Hulf-grown white girl to
do light housework: must sleep home;
Jrliig ref. 1013 O st. nw. sel2-2t
WANTED Middle-aged colored
n as nurse for old lady. Apply
tv. nw. - Bel2-2t
3I0 Fa. av.
WANTED-A settled woman to nurse
and do light housework; German pre
ferred. Call 1917 lllhst. nw.
WANTED A white girl for general
iiuum-v. oi k for a family of 3; must be a
good cook; good wages lo a competent girl.
200 8th st, sw. scl2-3t
WANTED Home Protective Agency
has places for help every day witfc
good references. All opacities. 610 11th
t- " se4-lnfo
WANTED-Students in shorthand; $2
per month. Address SHORTHAND,
this office. it
WANTED-At once four good plain
cooks, white females: five general
houseworkers. while and colored; one
white man and wife to take care of garden
and work In house; two colored women to
workoutidethecity:refs. till) llthst.nw.
HOME PROTECTION AGENCY. It"
"WANTED Hearers. "How He Helped
Her to Hurry" told by Pastor B.
Hei Sweni. Sonday night. Second Baptist
Church auditorium, 4th st. and Va. ave. se,
WANTED-West end, 1417 P st,, 4
cooks, 10 houseworkers, waiters, cham
bermaids, white, colored; refs.; at once,
WANTED-Good oyster cook; at once
1319 7th st. nw. se!3-3t
WANTED-A good restaurant cook,
at l'alisaaes Hotel, Conduit road.
WANTED A flrsl-class. reliable can
vasser, must be well educated, and fur
nish good recommendations. Address G.
B S.. this office. sell-7t
WANTED-Smith Premier Typa
wiiter operators and stenographers
dliected to positions. Operators de
siitng to familiarize themselves with new
No. 2 Smith Picroiar Typewriter call
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
CO.. No. 1416 F st. nw. Jy31-tf
SITUATIONS WANTED MALH.
I WILL give $26 to anyone securing me
a position as conductor on any car line.
Address CAR LINE, this office. scl4-2t
A GERMAN, good hostlerand driver:
also farmer and milker: handy with
tools: best refs. Address R. W.'S19 E st.
WANTED-By a eober.inaustriuus
marrieu man a position as porter,
driver, messenger, or janitor; willing to
do any kind of work. Addrest-THOMAS
HILL. No. 1 E St. it. el4-2t
WANTED-Young man wants posi
tion as meat cutter and groceryman: un
derstands bis business. It
WANTKD-Bj a white boy, passed 13,
a place to do errands for board, while
attending school; raised in country; can
manage horses; cijy references. Address
8. T. K.. this office. Bel3-5t
"WANTED By a colored niu place as
butler or driver. Address D. 8.. this
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED- By colored woman workot
any kind except washing: good refs.
ALBERTA HAWKINS, 121 Va.ave.sw.
WANTEp-PMllliin as housekeeper
ror bachelor or widower by lady aged
30. Childrennoobjectlon. Best ref erences.
Address M. C. B.. this office. It
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
TV A NTED Place as housekeeper in
hotel or iirst-dass widower's ramlly
bv experienced white lady. HOUSEKEEP
ER, this office. scll-7t
WANTED-riace as chambermaid,or
nurw, by young colored woman; best
city references. Address 2110 11th st. nw.
WANTED-3 or 4 rms.; unfur.; for 3
idults; housekeeping; vicinity of 8th st,
ne.; light and hent;.rcntmodcrate. Address
No. 32 8th st. ne. tel3-lte
"WANTED By two young gentlemen.
room and hoard; rates reasonable: prl-
vate family. C. O. p., this office, scl3.lt
WANTED-Uf October 1, three un
rurniKticd rooms; state terms. Address
0. A., this office. sel2-4t
FOR BENT BOOMS.
FOR RENT Neat furnished rooms,
2d and 3d floors; with large closets in
all; home comforts; reasonable rates.
815 11th st. n. w. "scl4-5t.
FOR RENT Three rooms, 2d floor;
new bouse; heated by hot -water; use
of bath, with gas for lighting; suitable" for
light housekeeping. 234 N st. n w. se!4-3t
FOR RENT Rooms suitable for busi
ness; also a flat for light housekcep
liigr at 604 12th st. nw. sel4-3t
FOR RENT Two large comfortably
furnished rooms, on third floor, at a
reasonable price; gentlemen preferred;
will furnish breakfast or board. -1121
10th st. nw. sel4-3l
FOR RENT 307 C St. nw., six hand
someTFfurnlshed' front rooms, single or
en suite, with or .without board; centrally .
located; more poarq iinnnaass. sei-ar
FOR RENT Nearly new brick house,
Grooms and bath, on H at. near 11th
ne. Keys at 1001 H ne. se!4-3t
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, m.
1., for light housekeeping. No. 6 L nw.
FOR RENT A large frontroom; cheer
ful; furnished; cheap. 418 10th st.
nw. sel4-4t .
i- '- t'V,''. -A- . J-.?- -
FOR RENT BOOMS.
FOB RENT Front rooms: fur.; 1
tr square lrom 3 car lines; all conven
iences. 905 8tb at. nw. sel2-3t
FOR RENT Entire 2d floor, with gas,
neai; iu per montn.
1019 4th st
FOR RENT Nicely fu r. front rooms for
one or more persons, with or without
board; private family: convenient to de
partments; reasonable rates. 1113 0th
t. nw. selG-7t
FOR RENT Two second floor fur. or
uufur. communicating rooms; bath on
same rioor; reasonable. 47 E st. nw.
set 1-7 1
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, en suite
or tingle, with first-class board; hot
water belting; best location. 924 New
York ave. nw. sellvrt
FOR RENT Very desirable furTrooras;
single or en sullo; private family; ex-
lent location. 1347 L St. nw. sel0-7t
$Z and $2.50 per week Ne wly-fur,
rooms; bath, gas; private family; 3 min
utes' walk from B. & O. depot. 226 N.
Capitol str e9-7t
FOR RENT 3 fur. or unrur. rooms,
2d flour; housekeeping permitted. 129
3d st. ue.; refs. el2-3t
FOR .RENT 206 E st. nw.. two fur
lusheu or unfurnished rooms: con
venient to Patent and Pension Offices. also
to depots. sel2-3t
FOR RENT AH front rooms, unfur
nished, large arid small, light, airy;
beautirol views; two flats of three rooms
each, one with private bath, 602 E st,
near Pension Office. sel2-3t
THREE or four unfur. rooms on 2d
floor: light housckteplng; modern con-
venlences. 1002 O St. nw. sel2-3t
FOR RENT 226 E st. nw., 3 2d-IIoor
unfur. rooms; bath tame floor; would
FUR. 1002 O St. nw., front or back
parlor; terms reasonable. te!2-3t
FOR RENT Two or three unfur.
rooms suitable for housekeeping;
are new and beautirul; rent very low. Cal I
at 1000 South Carolina ave. se, sel2-.1t
-Nicely fur. room with
ooaru; suiiamerormanana wifeortwo
le ror nianano w
G38 East Capitol st.
FOR RENT Large front rooms, fur
nished: call before 10 o'clock a. ni. or
between 3 and 6 p.m., 1129 14th st. nw.
se8 -7 1
FOR RENT Neatly fur. rooms; heat,
gas, aniT convenient to bath, on 2d
nnd 3d floor, $8 and $10; also hall room,
$5. 1000 M st. nw. sc8-7t
FOR RENT 1908 II St. nw; furnished
and unfurnished rooms. sel3-7t
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Fur. rooms; conveniently
located; beat, light and bath; $5 to
$15 per month; refs. exchanged. 1446
Corcoran st. It
XOX411thnw. Fur.rooms, with board;
home comforts. , It
FOR RENT Parlor; fur. or unfur.;
suitable- for doctor; $10. 1940 14th
st. nw. " sel3-lt.
FOR RENT For gentlemen who are
particular, large, handsomely furnished
Jooms nt cheapest rates: third floor room,
9; refs. 1522 9th St. nw. se!4-7t
FOR RENT 717 12th st. nw., 2 very
desirable, large, nicely fur. rooms, en
suite or single; also, 2 fine rooms for light
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, sec
ond and third stories: new house: with
owner. Ill Maryland ave. ne. se!4-2t
FOR RENT On 1st floor, flat of
4 rooms, with bathroom; all modern
Improvements; suitablo for housekeeping;
convenient and pleasant locality on Frantt
linPark. 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. i. 1439 C
st-sw. se 1.1-31
FOR RENT 3 unfur. rooms on 3d
door, lor lignt housekeeping; gas, heat,
nnd bath. 1314 9tli St. nw. se7-7t
FOR RENT At 911 1st st. nw., en
tire 2d floor of 3 desirable commu
nicating unfur. rooms; water on same
floor. $15 per month. se!3-2t
FOR RENT 2 communicating fur
nished rooms, central location, ono
square from four lines of cars: with or with
out board; gentlemen preferred; at 404
N. J. ave. nw. No children. el4-2t
FOR HENT--630 L st .nw., 2 or 3
2d or 3d floor fur. or unfur.; new house.
9aX Q si. A suite of rooms, parlor and
bedroom; suitable for lady in office;
price, $12; board if desired; also ten
rooms suitable for gentlemen; $8 pe
FOR RENT Nicely fur. rooms, single
or en sulle, with or without board, in
a delightful neighborhood; terms very rea
sonable. Apply at 1801 13th at. nw.
FOR RENT Very nice fur.
room at 806 I st. nw.
FOR RENT Unfur. room, No. 625 E
st. nw.; south front; 3 windows; bal
cony; convenient to car lines and all De
FOR RENIVFurnlshcd front room;
gentleman preferred; $10 in advance;
Belt and cable cars. 918 Va, ave. sw.
FOR RENT $4.50 a week for good
board and room, front and back; splen
did location. 716 12th st, nw. sel3-7t
FOR RENT 2 large unfurnished rooms,
2d floor; southern, eastern, and west
ern exposure; all sunshine. 1000 6th
St. nw., cor. K. sel3-3t
FOR RENT Cheerful furnished rooms,
complete for housekeeping, 2d floor;
bath, gas, heat, etc., with small private
family; $1 5 per month to respectable people.
.z-i vui at. aw. seid-ac
FOR RENT 3 nicely fur. rooms:
communicating-, $7 each per mo.; oi
MunmiinlMltTni ft7 .arf, uni nu. a.,..
$srall with closets; gentlemen preferred:
refs: irood board near. 1448 Cormrnn
FOR RENT 2 or 3 untarnished rooms,
with neat, gas, and bath; suitable ror
light housekeeping; also 2 nicely fur
nished rooms, southern exposure; rent
reasonable. 203 E st.nw. sel3-3t
FORRENT At707Sthst,nw.,3 unfur.
rms; terms reasonable. sell-7t
R RENT S unfurnished ri
suitable for lJcnt honsekeenlnp.
venient 10 u. r.
O. No. 8 F t. nw.; $13.
- ., .. e V-
) Sworn Circulation of The f
jA Washington Times. LJ
'L Monday, September 2 21. .- 30,030
X Tuesday, " 3 31,272 f1
ti Wednesday, " 4 31,1 06 llr
Thursday, " 5 ."... 30,914 23J
4 Friday, " 6.Vi 30,896 f
g Saturday, " 7.V.. 34,690 Vj
r Sunday, " 8.,:.....,. 23,477 TJ
y Papers sold 212,385 2
FOB BENT BOOMS.
R st nw., 8 rooms
and bath; new
louse; all modern con
ont; rent moderate.
Also 009 10th
- se.; G rooms; $12.
. st. sel4-3t
FORRENT Furnished or unfurnished
name, light, airy rooms on first, sec
ond and third floors, with gas and bath.
620 6th st. nw.-. refs. exchanged: settled
people preferred. -' . It
FOR RENT FuAilshed front and back
parlor; private wi c; reasonable. ni5
lislana ave. . It
FOR RENT Yery desirable furnished
front room; heat. bath, gas; private
family: cars pass: refs. ex.; rent $6 per
month. 824 1st st, nw. sel4-4t
FOR RENT large well-furnished front
room, also smaller room, front: bath.
h. and c; near Capitol; cars and herdlca
pass door. Apply 323 East Capitol st. it
FOR RENT3 unfurnished rooms.sea
nnd iloor, with bath, gas and hear.
Apply 6 16 E st.-nw. seH-tt
FOR RENT 2 (delightful unfurnished
npr. Mini iniiiifi iririrK. ..-.'
11th st. nw,
FOR RENT Furnished third floor,
front and back; bay window; private
porcelain bath. andw. c.: low rent. 016
Louisiana ave. It
FOR RENT Two or three very pretty
front rooms, unfur. very cheap, to
persons without children, or rur. to gents;
all conveniences. 1211 9th st. nw. se!4-3
FOR RENT Opp. Pension Office, 623
4UiTt. nw. I ur. front hall room:
3d floor:' $5 per rao.; rots, required;
gents preferred. sel3-2t
FOB RENTSlngle gentlemen wanting
nicely kept rooms can find them In
owner's house, which is new and well
furnished, on 13th ft., near R, by ad
dressing 13TH STREET, this office,
IR RENT 3 "unfurnished r
;iU floor, light iand heut, $15
large unfurnished front
No. 4Q4 E. Cap, st.
FOB KENT MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT $3 per month. 1 Call
graph typewriter In perfect order: also
"Toldlng-top desk, nearly new, with chair,
torrentorsaie. inquireatrto. U4 izthst.
WANTED- Second-hand Dayton wag
on; good condition. Call 941 B st. nw.
Sworn Circumtion of The
. Actually Sold.
Monday, September 2 2. .- 30,030
Tuesday, " 3 31,272
Wednesday, " 4 31,1 06
Thursday, " 5 ."... 30,914
Friday, " 6.Vi 30,896
Saturday, " 7.V.. 34,690
Sunday, , " 8.'." 23,477
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE 0 -will buy fine bay
horse; 9 years old; suitable for grocery
wagon or coupe. Call Sunday or Monday,
CHAS. LINKIN'S LIVERY STABLE. 9th
and O sts. nw. sel4-lt
RIGHT for patent paint for sale Cost,
26 cents gallon. 109 4 1-2 St. sw. It
FOR 8 ALE A baby carriage; In good
condition; cheap. NEB, this office. It
FOR SALE Two show cases; 812 rt,
counter and a lot or stock boxes; cheap.
Corner 20tb and N sts.nw. sel4-2t
FOR SALE Light, 1-horse platform
spring wagon. Apply 433 K st.nw. It
FOR SALE Two thoroughbred Eng
lish greyhound pups. 950La.ave. It
FOR SALE Grocery doing good busi
ness, cheap for cash: other business.
445 N. Y. ave. s14-5t
FOR SALE We have left with us
hordes, wagons, traps, surreys, buggies,
that we a re ordered to sell; no limit on t hem;
callatonce. 927Dst.nw. rel4-lni
FOR SALE 1 bay mare. 7 years old;
good and sound; guaranteed to work
anyh were; owner has no use for herand will
sell cheap. Apply 1113 D St. ne., or send
postal and will call. sel2-3t
FOR SALE Flue walnut bedroom fur-
nlture and 2 mattresses cheap. G15
P st. uw. . sel4-7t
FOR SALE Cheap, large saddle pony,
pertei-tly gentle: will work In harness:
8 yeanold. 939Gst.sw. tel4-3t
FOR SALE 1 horse, surrey, and
harness, lTo.cr .horse, buggy, and
harness, $160, or will trade for building
lot Address H. E. E.. this office.
FOR SALE Handsome
wagon, silently used; fire-proof safe,
r.ooiu Lirug more.
FOR SALE-2 folding bed suites; oak
nnd cnerry; walnut suite; cheap; side
board, tabic, etc. Apply 421 4th BU nw.
FOR SALE New chamber set; oak;
i pieces; oio: atso otner
FOR SALE First-class wood and coal
yard in uw.. dnirur a cood c-at.h tnisi.
UC3, IUCU1J lor LUSU.
FOR SALE A small-sized iron safe In
good condition,) GEO. BANCROFT St
CO., 604-606 5lhist nw. sell-7t
FOB SALE LOTH.
$10 CASH. ,,r
$4 PER WEEK.
MUIRKIRK EX5BE88 STATION.
ON DIRECT LINEiOF NEW ELECTRIC
RAILROAD AND WASHINGTON AND
BALTIMORE GRAND BOULEVARD.
NOW BEING CONSTRUCTED.
A refined suburb.for refined people. On
the main line of the ,B. A O. R.R., be
tween Washington and Baltimore: 18 min
utes' ride; 30 trains dally; 2 stations;
graded and macadamized street and ave
nues. Location high and healthy, com
manding grand view of surrounding coun
try. Several fine springs, which, by an
analysis by experts. Is shown to be the
nearest to absolutely pure water ever.yet
found. Lots average in size 50x160. "Will
be sold lower than at any other subdivis
ion between the two cities. Terms to suit
you and no Interest.
If you desire a sate and sure Investment
or a beautiful home site out of the city
call at once. We can show yon more ad
vantages at MUIRKIRK than yon con find
in any subdivision near Washington.
R. J. MARSHALL,
611 lltb sU nw., or
WM. M. YAGER,
e!4-lw Ohio Bank Building.
AT.ir. 100x100 feet In
nelgbborhood: beautiful trees: Sl.i
one-third cash, balance In 1 and 2 years
at percent, urookiana. u. u. ussueh.
THOMAS. Room ton Corcoran Building.
MECJ W ANTCS HALL Cor. 41-2
and Pa. ave. At 7:30 o'clock P . m.
Bnnday. Sept. 18. 1896, (ex-Jesnlt) Evan-
Sellst R. J. Duglaa will give a lecture on
Is college experience, trials, escape, etc.
All welcome. It
drlUetl, any desired depth In earth or
rock: air sbatui sunk: souaaings made. S.
LLOYD. Coutractor,i'.O.Box613. se!3-3t
BAKING business aU In flxst-clasa
riiuuuuc order; fine trade; good stand:
long lease; must be sacrificed; coma quick.
T. O. ANDERSON & CO., Real Estate and
Business Exchange. 907 Q at.nw. sel3tf
THIS is to giro notice that the partner
rmp heretofore existing betweenPrather
A Waters has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent. The business will be carried
on by Mr. W C. Trather, who win collect
all outstanding accounts, and also assume
all Indebtedness against said firm of Prather
& Waters. E. H. WATERS.
Sept. 9, 1805. te!3-3t
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE Notice
is hereby given that William H. Walker,
carrying on tho grocery business at Nos.
94C and 948 Louisiana avenue northwest,
this city, has executed to me an assign
ment for the beneMt of his creditors. All
persons indebted to the said Walker, are
reauested to make settlement of their In
debtedness to me or my representative,
Mr. A. T. Walker; and all ersons having
to fllo them with me. LEON TOBRLNER,
Eaultv Building, 317 4 1-2 at.nw. sol Hit
September 9. 1985.
S2.BO per thousand will be paid for
postal cards spoiled in addressing or
by printing on either side, but unmalled.
Applv, stating number and how spoiled,
POSTAL. IhU office. se!4-3t
I WILL guarantee to cure any case of
catarrh I undertake or no pay; also
anycasoof eczema with one treatment. Ad-
drow DOCTOR, this office. Sel3-3t
JUST RECELYED Flue lot young Cu
ban parrotK. guaranteed to talk; also
monkeys, tanaries, mocking birds, gold
fish, dogs, nud fancy pigeons. SCilMID'S,
712 1 2th st. uw., branch 1221 Pa. ave.
LACE Curtains laundered by hand by
an experiencca woman ui ou ceiiu i
pair: quantities at
No. 16 F
"GOOD TIMES" The Times is rigjit.
We are advertising with good results
MATCHETT A CO. never disappoint. Send
them your printing; 310 10th st. nw.
WE don't care to do "cheap" "slop'
printing, and most everybody knows
It and they know we don't care who knows
!U Prices right. M. W. MOORE. Gen.
Uac. Law Reporter Company, 618 5th
st. nw. au22
W A NTKD MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED-Fresb milk cow. FERN
WOOD, Pierce's Mill Road. se!4-3t
FOR SALE A bargain; pair of dia
mond earrings; perfect stones, weigldng
one karet each; party leaving city. Ad
dress KARET, this office. sel4-2t
WAJTTED-W students to take our
course in applied mechanics; a few in
electricity and draughting. DUNTONIAN
1NBTITUTE. 10th and D sts. fel4-8t
"WANTED A family of four adults
about to take a large houee in the
northwest desire a couple, or two gentle
men to go wkb them and take 1 or2 rooms:
either fur. or unfur.: best refs. Addrrss
A. M. E-, this office. se!4-3t
WANTED-Girls to be self-supporting:
marrieu ladies to lessen dressmaking
bills by learning to cut by Merchant Tailor
Square: particulars at school, 718 12th
"WANTED A grocery store In a good
location: sales must not be less than
$1,000 per month. Address CASH UUYER.
this office. sel3-tf
"WANTED-To take charge of dining
room nnd kitchen In a house where there
are some boarders. Address CATERER.
this office. sel3-3r
"WANTED Party with from $500 to
SauO to back a patcntedarticle of great
merit, to be exhibited at Atlanta; money
secured. Address P. M. R., this office.
WANTED-Good trap with top;. also
spring wagon for coal delivery; must
be bargain. R. H. D., this office. 6el2-3t
WANTED-Highest prices paid tor good
second-hand books, office furniture,
store fixtures and household effects of all
kinds; send postal and will call. H. RO
BENBERQ. 802 E St. nw. 8ell-7t
SSO.OOO to loan nt 6 per cent, on an.
prcucl real estate. T. O. ANDER
SON A CO., 907 G st. nw. se8 tf
WantedTry Rubber RooT-Palnt.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE.
An charge only for painting workgusrantesl
NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO. luil 8th nw
LOST -About noon, on or near Fenn.
R. R. tracks, roll of bills containing
$34. Finder please return and receive re
ward of E. 8. 8PLNKS, 321 1 st. se.
LOST On Sept. 10, a bunch of keys o
ring. A suitable reward will bo paid t
imr. A suitable reward will bo nald to
finder on returning to E. S. YORK, McGlll
bldg.. 903 Q st.nw. It
LOST About 6 weeks ago an old black
thorn cane, without ferule; sliver top:
much worn and battered; old relic, and
wili pav a Teward for Its recovery. Ad
dress Dr. WESTLAKE, Highlands Sanl-
tarlum. Bladensburg. Md. se!3-2t
LOST SUck pin, leaf with diamond cen-
ter.v Sunday, ber, N. Y. ave. and 10th st..
7th and Mass. ave. nw. Reward if left
at McKnew's. 933 Pa. ave. nw.
LOST Knight Templar charm; Finder
return to 1219 E st. nw. and receive
roward. F. J. MILLER. ee!3-3t
horse; call at
STOLEN $G Reward Boy's Crescent
bicycle: nearly new. Had left pedal and
crank oft when taken. No. between 96,000
and 107,000. -Dakin's Riding 8cbool,
N. Y. ave. and 13th. 1-t.
ROOMS AND BOARD
WANTED-Room aud board tot 13
ninmn: givo tocz&uon.
Sheridan st. nw.
sel 4-4 1
GOOD room and excellent board, $4 per
week. 207 Peon. are. nw. , sel4-7t
YOU'LL nave to buy a safe to keep It
In why, the money you will save on an
elegant custom-made sulfbut little worn."
at a figure that will "knock- you silly."
JUSTH'S OLD STAND. 019 D St. nw.
ROSS' Photograph Gallery, 406 First,
street southeast, Washington, D. C.
XF YOU have houses for rent or sale let
me have tbeni, as I have applications
right along. S.CAUR, 1365Md.avene.
MIME. FRANCIS. Washington's
most popular medium, will resume busi
ness September 10, and wiUbeglail to meet
her many friends and patrons, at 324 East
Capitol at.; sltttugs daily, 9 to 9, 25c and
60c. rcl3-7t .
NOTICE Berkeley Dairy Lunch, 407
G st., tias Just opened; will keep Berkeley
Springs mineral water free to its patrons.
THE Wonderful Remedy. Cancers cured
without Inire. pain or pay until cored;
also carbuncles, piles, dropsy, by PROF.
MARTIN RILEY. 467 Pa. av. nw. dt-oc5
MASSAGE and electric treatment
given by Mrs. Lewis, 702 !ub n. w.
House open from 0 a. m. to 9 p. m.
nw.. carpet lining, felts, tire brick. and
clay, asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement,
twuand three-ply roofing materlal.apf21.tf
THE "3 DAYS" CTJKE FOIt HEN.
This remedy cures In 3 days or no charge.
'Consultation free. Dr. UcKEEHAN, 716
12th st. nw. se41-7t
to know that
John B. McCarthy, undertaker and
embalmer, until recently with George
W. Wise, is located at 3336 M St.. George
town, rxc. soll-7t
NATIONAL Academy of Fine Arts
Drawing and Painting. Thorough In
struction or artists, teacners, decorators,
designers, illustrators, parents and children.
In every branch of art. Portraits to
order In every style, from $10 to $3,000.
Oiil or Injured pictures cleaned, varnished,
restored. In the most skillrul manner. 602
E st. nw. sel2-3t
A widow lady, who has her furniture
stored, wishes a house, without advance
pay. for first month; central; near depart
this office. sel2-3t
'MME. BROOKE tells all the events
of life; all business confidential, ladles
and gentlemen. 60 cents each; hours 9 a.
m. to 9 p. m. 606 New York avenue
north west, near Sixth street. uu27-14t
HME. PERHIN-Scientific palm
istry; truest uesuny reader of the age;
events of past and future revealed with
wonderful accuracy; hours 10 to 9. 616
19th st. nw.. bet. E and F.
SOO to S100 a month. To make $60
to $100 a month this fall and winter
learn now at half winter rates the
easy, profitable branch of art I teach.
TEACIIER. S0G 11th st.nw. sel2-7t
DR. TAYLOR. 90G F st.nw., makes
full sets of teeth for $5; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling. $1: amalgam. 60c. se4-tf
LADIES needing confidential treat
ment. A safe and sure relief in ail
female trouble, constipation, lrregularl-
uen, iuui"r, uiiiixi, iijuuj iiuu,i, iictuin,
etc Separate rooms for patients liefore
and durlug confinement, and find homes
for lufunu if required. Strictly confiden
tial. MRS. DR. RENXER. 16 Fourth sL
ne..near E. Capitol St., Washington, D.C.
RTIOF. CLAY, oldest established ad
vertising clairvoyant, medium and for
tune teller in this city: removes all your
troubles: tells from cradle to grave; ad
vice on business, love affairs, losses or
matrimonial adventures: 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 68
cents. Hours, 1(1 to 9r open Sunday.
489 II St.. bet. 4 1-2 and 6th St. s w.
MME. ESTELLE tells all the events
of life in German and English: hours.
9 a. m. to 10 p. m.; 25 arid 50 cents;
euros all cases of running or dry sores.
913 10th st. nw. au30-lm
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, will ask for
Take Eckington and Soldiers' Home
"PROF. FANTLEROT teUs the
eienls of lire, compelslove and brings
back the separated. 1113 Delaware ave.,
bet. Land Msw. Hours, 10 to 6. Sittings.
BrIME. BROOKE tells all the events
of life: all business confidential; ladies
and gentlemen. 50 cents each; hours, 9 a.
m. to 9 p. m. 605 New York avenue north
west, near Sixth street. se9-14t
FOR RENT HOUSES.
$35 On 17th St., one square north of
Mass. ave.; brick house; 9 rooms and bath;
all mod. imps.; newly papered and painted;
keys corner grocery.
$50 Those new buff brick and stone
houses corner 21st and O nw.; 9 rooms and
balh; elegantly decorated; every conven
ience; healed by hot water; fashionable sec
tion. $302009 Portner Place; comparatively
new brick: 6 rooms, cellar and bath; in per
$60 Reduced from $75; 1327 10th
st. nw.: new brick and stone residence; 12
rooms and tiled bath; butler's pantry; back
stairway; all fittings of the finest; hot
water heat; keys at drug store.
$20.30 will rent a very desirable 6
room brick house; In good repair; 1229 M
si. nw. Inquire CHARLES G. THOM. 1213
F si. nw. " tcl3-3t
FOR RENT Cheap; neat houses. No.
2918 7th St.. $12; No. 2920 $13.50;
each has five rooms and cella- and stable.
Inquire of J. CHESTER, room 19, Law
reuce building. 61D 14th st.nw. Sel0-6t
FOR RENT 1240 Duncan st. ne., 7
rooms; all modern Improvements, near-
Iv new. $16.30. JOHN W. MORRIS. 614
FOR RENT 6 rooms and bath; m. I.;
being 2d and 3d Iloor; No. 162a 14th st.
nw.: excellent condition; rent $25 ker
next door. Apply to OWNER, 943 S
at. nw. sel2-3t
FOR RENT Two beautiful houves, 6
rooms and balh; Nos. 1736 and 1738 V
very reasonable. W. M.
Ohio Bank Building.
STS. OO2000 F St. nw.; lu-roo-a
brick: a. m. I.: furnished complete. C.
T. YODER. 615 E St. nw.
120 E 8t. nw.: 14r.;
a. m. I.
o lo E sr nw.
1E.OO 1420 9thst. nw.; 8 r., b.;
C.T. YODER. 615 Est-nw.
S32.GO 314 to 320 N. C. ave. se.: 9ij
a. m. 17; new. C. T. YODER, 615 E St.
No. 1309 14th et.nw., 10 IS.
No. 1311 14th st. nw., 10 re.
No. 1201 Rhode Island ave, nw., Grs.
No. 1203 Rhode Islandave.nw.,6rs.
No. "1203 Q st. nw., 10 re.
No. 1207 Q st,nw., lOre.
No. 1602 Vermont ave. nw., 10 rs.
Above houses are In elegant repair and
have the latest sanitary plumbing.
A HETTMUELLER & CO.,
8c5-14t 1333 14 th st.
SSO "Will rent a very desirable 13-room
house; all m. 1.; good repair; 1102 I si.
nw. Inquire CHARLES G. THOM, 1213 F
at. nw. se!3-3t
FOB SALE SUBURBAN.
FOR SALE-GRACE M. THOMAS.
Room 100 Corcoran Building, lsofferlng
some most desirable lots In Brookland for
FOR SALE A beautirul place at River
dale, new house. 71argerooms;largclot,
orchard. EUblc. well, etc.: one-half square
from Boulevard: onlv $2,750; easy terms.
8. M. JONE8. 510 loth St. nw. gel3-3t
FOR SALE Cheap; Avalon "Heights;
lot 13, btock.6. Inquire or owner. 218
10th st. nw. ' ' aelS-Tt
METROPOLITAN WESLEY ZI0H
CHURCH, Rer. Jesse B. Colbert, pastor.
Children's Day; special sermon by pastor
at 11 a.m. Exercises by school 3 and 7:30
p. ni. Address by E. V, Davis, Esq., and
Hon. J. IS: Langston. An are welcome.
MOUNT ZION BAPTIST CHURCH, COR
ner Twelfth and E sts. ne. Evangelist
A. Wlllbanks, pastor. Sunrise prayer
meeting; Sunday-ecbool at 9 o'clock;
preaching at 1 1 a. m. mass-meeting 3 p. m.;
all churches are invited; preaching at 8 by
the pastor; subject, "Christian' Appeal."
Prayer-meeting Tuesday evening; preach
ing Thursday evening by the pastor; speak
lng meeting Friday evening. All welcome.
SERVICES AT GALBRAITU A. M. E.
Zion Church, Sixth street, between L and
M streets northwest. Sunday, September
15, preaching at 11 a.m., by pastor, subject
"Success." At 8 p .m., "Reminiscence
of the Kentucky Conference and Grand
Army Encampment," by Pastor W. H.
Chambers. Seats free. All invited.
CENTRAL M. P. CII II U'RCH Twelfth
and M streets northwest. Rev. B. J. Smith,
pastor. Services nt 11 a. in., in church.
8 p. m.. in tent, if weather permits. Re
vival service. "Whence our strengtb," at
11 a. ni. Sunday-school 9:30. Come.
CHURCH Corner Third and A streets
southeast. Rev. A.J. Graham. rector. 730
a. m.. Holy Communion; 0:30 a. ni., Sunday
school: 11 a. m., morning prayer, with
sermon, by the rector. Subject: "Idol
worship." 7:30 p. m., the rector will de
liver the second of the series of studiea
ntirtn 'Ttm miranvlnini nf U T)iil U.nt.
uiuu . t .uui ni;; iiio us, ui a uui. iuriii
bers of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew will
ALLSOULS' CUUKCH Unitarian Four
teenth and L streets. At 11 a.m.ai)(17:.'!0
p. in., religious services by Rev, D. W.
Morehouse, of New York, secretary of tho
national conference. Sunday-school. 9:45
a. m. All Invited.
THE BltETlIllEN Preaching Sunday.
11a.m. and 7:30 p. m., at3 16 Pennsyl vanfa
avenue southeast. Bible school at 9:46
a. m. Everybody cordially Invited. Seats
free. W. M. Lyon, pastor.
BROOKLAND M. E. CHURCH Rev. Wil
liam II. Cliapman, pastor. Sunday-school
at 10 a. m.. at 1130 a. m., preaching by
the presiding elder of the District. Rev.
Dr. L. B. Wilson: at 8 p. m., service con-
uucteii py tne Kpwortn League.
NINTn STREET CHRISTIANCHHRCn
Corner Ninlh and D streets northeast.
Pastor. E. B. Bagby. at 10 a. m. Subject:
"Religion not an Insurance for the next
world, hut a programme for this world,"
and at 8 p. m.. the second In the series on
the "Distinctive doctrines of the Discinlea
of Christ." Rev. F. D. Power will repeat
his address on "Fifty years of church fife,"
Wednesday. September 18. at 8 p.m.
VERMONT AVENUE CHRISTIAN
CHURCH Pastor. F. D. Power, at 11 a.
m. and 730 p.m. Sunday-school 9:30 a.
m. Y. P. S. C. E.. 630 p. ra. Seats all
free. Public Welcome.
FIFTH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Eighth, and I streets northeast. Rev. A.
Reoch. pastor. Treadling at 11 a. m. by
the pastor. Antl saloon League will
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m. C. E. Society
at 7 p. m. Seats free. Everybody wel
THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH. 423 G st.
nw. Rev. Alex. Kent, pastor, will speak at
11:15 on "Work and Worth: or. The Rela
tion of Labor lo Moral .Development."
Seats free. All welcome.
Pastor E. Her Sweni tells "How
he helped her to hurry." Sonday
night, 7:46 o'clock; preaching at 11 a. m.
by the pastor: free pews; all invited; Sec
oud Baptist Church auditorium. Fourth
street and Virginia avenue southeast.
FIFTEENTH STREET M.E. CHURCH
In chapel of Gunton Temple Memorial
Church. Fourteenth street, near R street.
Preaching 11:15a.m. and 8 p.m. ,by pastor.
Rev. W. W. Van Arsdale. Sunday-school
at 230 p. m.. Epworth League. 7:30
HAMLINE M. E. CHURCH. Ninth nnd P
streets northwest. Rev. E. S. Todd. D.D..
pastor: Sunday-school, 9:16 a. m.: preach
ing by the pastor 11 a. m.,siilJect, "Pente
cost of the Gentiles;" 7:30 p. m., subject,
"LeadingStrings;" Epworth League,6.15p.
prayer meeting. 7:30 p. m.
EASTERN PltESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Maryland avenue and Sixth street north
east. Rev. Thomas Chalmers Easton, D.D.,
pastor, wlllprea chat lla.m.,tubject "Paul's
Shipwreck on the Sea of Adria;" "Predes
tination vs. Free Agency," and at 7: 30 p. m.,
subject. "The Young Fellow Who Kept
His Windows Open In all Weather;" ex
cellent music will be rendered: Sabbath
school, 9:30 a. m., and Y. J". S. C. fi
at 6:30 p. m.; strangers cordially-Invited;
pastor's residence, 308 Seventh street north
east. GOSPEL TENT-Coruer Tenth and E
streets southeast; preaching at 3 p. m.
4y Elder O. O. Farusworth, subject, "The
Great Red Dragon on Revelations xli," at
7:45, "The United States In Prophecy,
as foreseen by the Lord;" services through
the week at 7:45.
CONGRESS 8T. METHODISTPROTEBT
ANT CHURCH Thirty-first, between M
aud N. Rev. Dr. W. R. Graham, pastor:
Sabbath service, preaching by the pastor,
1 1 a. m. a ud 7 : 30 p. m. ; Ch rlstlan Endeavor,
6:30 p. m.; Sunday-school, 9:30 a. m.;
mid-week service Tuesday evening. 7:30.
: FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
ComerTcuth uudG streets northwest. Rev.
Stephen M. Newman, D.D., pastor; John
W. Blscboff. MU8. Doc., organist;
.ireachlng at 11 a. ni. aud 8 p. m. by Rev.
M. H. Flsbburn. of Rockville Center, Long
Island, N. Y.; Sunday-school, 9:30 a. nt;
Christian Endeavor, 7 p. nt; meeting pre
paratory to communion nexi Thursuay,
8 p. m.
FIRST M. P. CHURCH, FIFTH STREET
and Virginia avenue southeast, G. L.
Bacchus, pastor, preaching 11 a. m..
7:45 p. m. Subjects, morning. "Wbat
Christians need." evening, ""Stns. open
and hidden, traveling to the Jnagnieuv
Everybody invited. Come, we want you.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE A splendid S-room house;
press brick front; new; street cars pass
the door; can be bought for $3,100; $200
cash; balance, $25 per month; including In
tereat. S. CARR. 1355 Md ave. ne. se!4-3t
FOR SALE Cheap, centrally located
property. $4,200; rented $29 per rao.;
H st. tiw., between 4th and 5th sts- uw.,
and on Mass. ave. also; easy terms; 7
rooms and back building. CHAS. A.
SHIELD S, 140BFst.nw. sel 4-3t
FOR SALE 27 R st. nw.; new house;
10 rooms and bath; south front; large
yard to 20 foot alley; built for owner's use;
a bargain; terms to suit- OWNER, 27 Rst-
SfS O cash, $20 per month, will bayt7-room
bath; 1G 2-3x84 ft.; in good location;
splendid opportunity to secure home. D. D.
THOMPSON. 1335 F St. nw. It
FOR SALE or rent, 3-stury brick dwell
ing; 11 rooms. 212 N. Cap. St. Ap
ply owner. 214 N. Cap, sk tel4-3t
FOR SALE Cheap;towhiteorcolored:
2 frame nouses, 6 rooms, all modern im
provement; reduced rrom $2,500 to $2,000.
OWNER. 1313 5th St. nw. se!3-3t
FOR SALE Cash Furniture, good
will, 16-room house, newly fur., now
filled; prompt-paying tenant; owners leav
ing city: gua rautee No. 1 investment. Ad
dress VIRGINIA, No. 2, this office.
FOR RENT No. 29 R st, nw.; 8
rooms and bath; all latest conveni
ences; south front, large yard, moderate
rent. Also 6-ruom house ou 10th st. se.,
near cable cars. $12 per month. ED
WARD KERN.!7 R M. uw. eell-6t
FOR SALE-W5 N St. se.. for $1,050.
Look at this house: 6-room brick: water,
sewer, nnd gas; front street; only 20 min
utes' to Center Market: $50 cash; $13 per
month. Title perfect. JOHN F.TJONO.
HOE. 308 E. Cap. st sell-6t
THOMAS DOWLTNG, AUCTIONEER.
612 E ST. NW.
On TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER SEVEN
TEENTH, at TEN O'CLOCK A. M., I will
sell, nt public auction, the entire contents
ot a first-class machine shop, as a whole
or separate, formerly owned by R. J. Shep
herd, deceased, at 211 12th st. nw. Now
open for inspectW A. R. SHEPHERD.
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