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THE. JBVBtnXQ TXHl. JIODAT, SEPTJBMBEB 23, 1895.
One Cent wS
?o advertisement Iss than 10
ftocdscrtlscment less thai 10.
No advert Isemaat less thaa 10
KoadrrtUtBat ! Asa 10
Ko adrartlsearat lass thaa 10.
Koadrartiiiasat ! thaa I Ok
One Gent fr
Noadvsrttssrasnt less than 10.
WANTED-Colored joulti as a porter;
must nuvo. first-class refs.: slate salary
wanted. Address, In own handwriting, II.
B1F1 this oftfav. so23 2t
WANTED- Six plasterers at five
house un E K., bet. South Cap.andDeL
ave. . te23-2t
WANTBD-Eoy In bat and furnishing
xuiti' to make himseir generally useruL
ADiilr 337 Pa. ave. nw. It
WAKTED-A bread baUer. 37 101U
M. sc. w-j-ot
WANTED-Firewl. white barber at
me JsauoujlTbeaterBarberShap. Call
Bt. OM1SV It
WANTED-CIolhlng Jleanani Jt-
lice reuuircu. jwipij iu ""
LIVINtiSToN. i:t00 7tfiiit.nw. se23-3t
WANTED-At 601 New York are..
uii um-ict slmckcr and cook. scgl-3t
HELP W A STED-F1MALE.
WANTED-Awoiwn locook, washand
iron: muni stay at night and bring first
class reference, Apply-1323 21st st. nw.
WANTED- A reliable girl as child's
nurse. must be experienced. Apply
728 illli st. nw. e23-Jl
AMATEURS lo take-parts In the com
TsK pnutlred-" RETLAW. tals
T7ANTED-A Gerraau girl for general
Housework. Apply 1333 14lh st. nw.
WANTED-A respectable girl. In a
private family. Apply after 10 a. ra
nt 330 C st. nw. sc21-3t
TV ANTED- Intelligent lady canvassers
for article of great merit; good conimis
slou. Inquire moms 4 and 5,707 GsLnw.
Washiugtoti tailor ssv-iu; learn the
latest and most iwrfccl sjsteni of dress
making aul be thoroughly qualified to
enter upon positions In any of the leading
houses; positions secured; tlir lowest and
most reasonable terms; half price until
October l;at MADAM WASHINGTON'S,
004 12lh st. nw. tel"-7t
W j TED Home Protective Agency
has places for help every day wits,
good riferences. All capacities. 610 11th
it. tu w. se4-lnio
WANTED-Tno ladles tu interview
me bt i people-nuly; occupation pleas
ant and very profitable. Address STAN
LEY, this offin;. te22-2t
HELP WANTED MALB AND
WANTED Amateurs to tak parts
in the comedy "11 puotlzed." UET
tAW, tills office. tc2l-3t
WA.NTED Smith Piemlei Typa
wiircr operators and stenographer!
dliected to liosttions. Operators de
liilng to familiarlza themselves' with new
No. 2 Smith Piemtor Typewriter can
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
CO.. No. 1416 F St. nw. jy31-tf
SITTJATIONS WANTBTt MALB.
Ji.Ji experienced all around photographer
wants to ruira gnllery on nhajjes; city
or country. Aildros B. J. E this of lice.
-mr a ivrir.Tt Bv a iiIorl man. place
driving wagon or work of any kind. Ad-
tiress u I'L, rr.u. iJO uamnisi. sc.
se23 1 1
WANTED-BJ young colored man; 19
iears tu gc. place In private family or
waller in restaurant; can furnish refs. 2010
Coluinlila Terrace uw.. bet. 20th and 21st,
E anil F. se23-ejtm.lt
WANTED- Young man with Hotel and
ousiness experience, spcakiug seven
languages fluently, desires clerical position.
Address LANGUAGES, this office.
WANTED" Place ai janitor, srxton,
watilinuu. or anything of that kind;
willattepi -ery hw sjlar ; liest references,
aillnt 315 9th t. se. te22 3t
WANTED-Position as clerk in gro
cirv store or other business: willing
to make mycelf generally useful. Address
C. W. G.. this office. It
WANTED By a joung white man or
experience, a situation as collector or
driver or delivery wagon; liestof reference
furnished Address COLLECTOR, this
WANTED-Keller work in drug store.
Audress iiltADUATK. IhU oflice. It
WANTED-Workof any kind fursober,
liiuustriims young man 21 years old;
best of refs. Address J .M., this orrice.
WANTED-lT n respectable colored
dres.-.iiaker. at home or out by the day.
cutting and lilting to order; permanent
work I f out by the day. 1034 3d st nw. It
WANTED-UJ a neat and rtrptt-tahlc
colored girl, a place as chambermaid;
good rcN. 456 t) st. nw. t It
WANTED-Middle-aged lady wants po
sition as housekeeper In small family.
Adilrrsi 2701 K St. nw. c20-3t
WANTED-1"'"13"011 "J" refpettable
colored girl, a plate in mail family;
no washing. Address 1126 3d nw. It
WANTED-Will give $25 to any
one securing me a usition on Metro
politan or Washington and Georgetown
railroad Address RAIL ROAD, this
WANTED-Willow, no encumbrance,
wishes situation as .working house
keeper. Address HOUSEKEEPER, this
"W A NTED Asecond-nand market wag
on and Harness. Apply after 0 p. m.,
212 E st. ne. It
WANTED-U'iJ board; breakfast and
0 o'clock dinner only; not to exceed
S10 or$12K-r month; near Arlington lloteL
Address ARLINGTON, this ofrlce. It
WANTED-Good second-hand Marlln
or V, iticlii-stcr rifle; 22 to 38 calibre.
CI 11 at 12.1 l.st. ue., bet ween 4 and 6 p. m.,
ami bring rifle. It
A NICE lady, alone In a, house, wants
to find a Fm all family lo take thro
rooms on the first floor and two on the
Fecond, for housekeciier; unfurnished;
$12: a little grocer and caudy store to
sell out very cheap. Address Box K. SI.,
this office. 5i2i5i
WANTED Pupils at IiushlePa art
studio. i33 7Ui st. nw. sc21-3t
WANTED-Ulils lo befcir-."uppurtlng;
married ladles to lessen dressmaking
bills by learnirg to cut bj Merchant Tailor
Square; particulars at school. 718 12th
W A NTF.n-hccond-haiid lilevile
must be cheap. Addiess B. Z.. this
Wanted Try Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE
And chsrpo only for palatine; irorksusrantesl
NAT. ltUHUEl: ROOF fALM CO. 133 8ti no
AGENTS WANTED-Death liene
rit tor old and young, 1,000. Cost
S1.40 n month. No assessments. Money
loaned members; 6 tier cent. Easy payments.
Ladies taken. Mutual Beneficial Asso
ciation. JOSIAII RYLANII, JR., Presi
dent (Second Auditor of Virginia), Iticii
raond. Branch office, 01C 12th st. uw.
WANTED-ARcnu nnd canvassers,
firft-olass men; with experleace, can
no comiietltiou; well advertised already.
Call at 438 9th st. uw., from 8 to 10
WANTED AGENTS Ladles aud
gentlemen to solicit orders for the
authorized "Blusraphy of Blaluc;" great
seller; experience unnecessary; good pay.
Apply 9 to 11 a. ru. R. A. DINSMORE,
62 II nw M22..lt
WANTED Gentleman, wire and young
sou want board and 2 good rooms lor
$50 per mouth. Address C. 8., this or
4 yeareorage. mother having died short time
Irqtstant; a person willing to give little
girl be jtraotherlycareand kind est attention:
arter October 1; terms $35 monlb. Ad
dres n. P. PHILAI'A. thlsofriee. se21-3t
WANTED POSTAGE STAMrS.
TJ. S. POSTAGE stamps, depart
ment Etamiis, sucli assWar, Interior,
Post-orfieo, State, Treasury. Justice,
Agriculture, Executive, and Navy; used
or iinsucd; in any uanuty; for spot cash at
Iilgliest prices; also collections of U. 8.
and rorclgn stamps andproor sets.- C. F.
BOTIirucUS, 350 1-2 Pa. ave. ae20-7t
NOTICE-'Imnrorwl '. R. Hv. The
members of Mincola -Tribe, No. 14.
will nn-et at the hall on Tuesday, 24th,
at 1:30 p. rn , to attei'd the funeral or
Pan Bnclwru Jamtii A, Williamson, which
wilt lie a walltlng funeral. Interment
Congressional.:! -Sister r.Tribcs cordially
" Attention, StoneiUHMOiM!
There will be a special meeting of the
Operative Stonemasons' Union, No. 2."
held on Tuesday, September 24, 8 p. m .
In Times' Building, corner or Tenth and
Pennsylvania nvenoe northwest.
By order of the president,
s ' President.
IMPROVED Order or lied Men The
ciilt-in and members nf the Great Coun
cil, Improved Order -of Red Men of the
uutnt-t ot uoiurama are rcqacsteci to meex
lu the wisrwam of Osage Tribe. No. 6.
Monday evening; September 23. 1895, at
o o ciock, to make arrangements to at
tend the faceral-or bur late brotbetv Past
Sax-hem James A. Williamson, of No. 14.
By order of the great sachem.
Attest. JAMES E. DEMENT,
It--. ---Oz-fU of Records.
BY an cjtiicrieaced. highly tilucatetl Ger
man, tctiotars in (icnnan.'French, Latin
and Greelcterm'tnost reasonable. Aihlress
LACE curtains lanntlered by exm-rimccd
hanilsnt 40 cents perpalr. Mailorders
promptly attended to. Mo. 25 F St. nw.
J. 0."BUSSELIu teacher of Guitar.
730 iiili st. u w.;arterB p.m. se22-7t
GRACE Sf . THOMAS. 100 Cor-i-iirnn
building, sells aud rents in all
parts' of the city and suburbs, ir you have
property to list with her you win receive
prompt attention'. ' te21-3t
MASKAGE nnd magnetic treatments
ly Mrs. Lewin; hoars from 8 a. rn. to 8
p. m,,i-Z02 9th t. uw. KC2I-7 1
neiitly curcdr-hcannir iratonxJ: cunsuUa;
UUli lIL't:. JW. UitAUA A-XV . A..UIV
7 to 8 p. m. er-ot
irnn'h short time fine Dhotocranlis. SI
per dor. BALTO. PHOTO. CO.. 1013
Pa. aVf. gell-7t
LACE Curuilns launtlennl by band by
aii pxiwrieiicttl Troinaii at GO cents a
-fiair; qunutitles at reduction: mall orders
UrilUlLftll atlCUUlTJ LUi iW At A" 11. un,
GO for best heavy English oxide moflng
paint, only 00 cen U a gallon, tu l'OUN'U
& Co.. 1804 7th. El18!?.
S. HfJACOBgJ Carpels clcannl and
laid; Job -nork promptly attended to.
No BS8 B St. ee. te!7-7t
FBEE consultation. Do you tnffcr
from any of these: Constipation, dys
pepsia, Jaundice, palpitation, sick head
ache. ' vertigo, hiccough, hacking cough,
swelling of the feet and ankles, repilerwyt
PotiUve rehef nnd cure DR. T. E. LEE,
1322 14 til St. nw. 0:30 to 5:30.
JTTST RECEIVED Fine lot young Cu
hau parrots, guaranteed to talk; also
monkeys, canaries, mucking birds, gold
fish. dogs, and fat -y pigeons fiCllllID'8,
712 12th st. nw.. braLch 1221 Pa. are.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOTjS.
FOR SALE A mall horse weighing
aboutTTOO pounds, for S20; pneumatic
hlcvde, in good order, ?25. 2020 31st
st. nw. set23-3t
CHEAPEST place.itt- Washington to
ouy laocy pigeons.
715 lOln st. re.:
call after 4 p.m.
FOK. SALE-Onf. show case, peanut
-warmer, stove with pipe, scales, etc.
Apply 23C If st-nw., ?22-2t
FOR SJV.tiE sailing yacht, schooner
rigged; the ilncjt boat of the kind "O
the river; elegant, large cabin; sleeping
room lur 0 persons: all furnishings, sails,
rigging, etc.. new: will he sol I .-ir a sacri
fice. Jl. JAIARsnALL. 611 111ft "t. nv(
FOR SALE-SettcnJ, collies, pointers,
bull terriers, fox terriers, and other
dogs cheap. SCHMID'S Pet Animal Store,
1221. Pa. ave. uw. iel8 81
FOR SALE All that lumber contained
lu- the fei.ee surroandlng toe new
Library, at ?1S per 1,000 feet. Apply
WILLIAM n. TUTTY. 202 E. Cap. st.
FORSatEE--''Wirrhand wo.nl split
ter. in good condition, very cheap.
1831 6th-st.- Tiwr - selS-7t
FOR SALE Barlvr shop; good reason
lor teiui'g; business in other city. 725
H ft. no. , . . Sel8-7t
CHEAPEST place in Woshlngtou to
buy t.incy pigeoos.' 715 10th st. tie.:
call after -1 p. tu. scl8-7t
FOR SALE Cheap, light I)a ton wag
on. EDWARD BRICK, rear of Sixth
police precinct elation, N. J. avc. nw.
set I -it
FOR SATT.K-?We'have left with
horses, wagons, traps, surreys, buggies,
that we a reorrtertsttoitell: nollmil on t hem;
callat oiici- 027nt.nw. fel4-lm
FOR SALE A Breatbargaln;! rooms;
bath aim cellar; cabinet mantel; heated
by hot water, best street in the northwest.
Address F.K.,lhisolflce. e&m-lt
FOR SALE A small house with lot
running tycls.to the Jiext street. In the
northeast; house rents for $9.00 nnd will
be sold at a sacrifice qo, account or the
flnarici.il embarrassment of the owner.
The purchaser must be willing to accept
tax title. Address MRST T. M. B., this
FOR SALE A six-room cottage at
Brpokland: large lot,vplentv or fhade:
a bargain GRACE M. THOMAS. 100
Corcoran building. te21-3l
FOR SALE By owner, nw. resirtencc:
buff brick; cellar; 3 stories; 8 rooms;
center hall and bathroom: mosaic tiled ves -
Sarlot fireplace; gas.log, Uie. and mantel;
nproved bath fixtures; range, gas stove,
rerrigenuor car, etc.; electric light; fur
nace heat; gas fixtures; epcakirg tubes;
house papered and carpeted In elegant style,
ready to move In; location. 131.2 Walhith
place: $1,000 cash required- F. B. PYLE.
Arch't. tel. 17b0. " se21-7t
FOR S ALE--27R st .Mr., new house;
teu rooms and bath; south front; 20
foot alley; all latwst lmioteiiients:a rirst
class house liullt for owuer'suse; a Ijargain.
OWNER. 27 R Bt. se22 3t
FOR SALE One large horee: weight
1,200 llw.; will work anywhere; $20;
also one pneumatic bicjele in good order,
?2r. 20.10 3-ith t. nw rse22-3t
FOR SALE Lot, 19x133, Holmead
ave., near cor. Ljdeckcr; Holmead
Manor: sewer, water and gas. W. B. D.,
this office. se2.t-5t
FOR SALE There will be no better
time to get a bargain' In real estate
than now. We are olferlng a few lots,
24 0x136, well located ne., on terms to
suit purchasers, at $300 per lot; near cable
cars. Securo a home site: Call for plat
anil full Information. JNO. F. WAGOA
MAN. 700 Mlh St.. room 4. sc21-14t
big money; a piggery, with the prettiest
little farm in P. G. Co.; 1-4 of a mile from
District; 18 3-4 -acres- 6-room house; barn,
stable, commodious chicken and hog houses;
about 175 hogs, slioats nnd pigs; 2 mules;
J wagons; farming implements and crops.
Tor .iinprnved northwest property or su
burlian, with large lot; a chance seldom
orrered; no ageutsa Ai-W. G., Pennine's,
FOR' EXCHANGE Bouse on 25th
tu near K st. nw.; rents ror $18.50; lot
21 by 96:'for house Wnvenlent to 8th nnd
N st. will pay small iliffcrcnce. Address
EXCHANGE1, thla Tiffice. ne22-3t
THE CARLTON, 514 13th St. nw.
large rooms; steam neat: electric bells
special attention given to table board; $1
per day xir $25 per rrrombVtable board. $15
per mouth. se20-7t
WANTED-'A 5 or 0 nxim modern flat:
convenieni to 14th st. car Hue. Ad-
dress MODERN FLAT.-thlTOfflce. sclG-tf
or one large room and hall room, un
furnished, with board, in northeast section,
by two ladles. Address J".' M. J., this of"
rice. . se23-3t
BY gentleman and wire, 2 large unfur.
rooms: rent not to exceed $13: no light
housekeeping; between 2d ana loth and
Dand I nw. J. F.D.. this office. 8e21-3t
Attorney-at-Law, Webster Law Build
ing. 600 Bit nw .. Washtaeton, B. C.
Residence, JTov 3, Mount Vernon Flats,
cor. N. Y. ave: and 9th st. n w. aelft-lnjo
FOR KENT ROOMS.
FOK HEKT-Nicely fur. roonucsouth-
cru exposure; 2d and 3d floors; one of
bet location tu city; refs. 905 M st
FOR RENT 2 uufur. conimoulcatlnr
moms ou 1st floor. 1 front: use at
Idtcheu If desired; $8 per month In ad
vanee: no chlldien. 334 Gth st. se.
FOR RENT 210 9th sw., near BsU
turnisiied and unfurnished rooms: par
lor suitable for dentist, mine In vicinity.
vui. hua i.iiu ucci. b-;io-i(i
FOR RENT Fin ut or 4 and 5 rooms
.-"- unna uihi, ein.iii ucu., tuw
range, nil In good order. Inquire at 208
F st. nw.
FOR RENT Large front room, newly
papered; suitable ror two gentlemen;
and ope single room. 2 I et. nw. se20-0t
FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms. suit
able lor lightbossekrepuig;cbc-ap. No.
2307 Va. ave. nw. se20-3t
FOR RENT One largo room, cicely
i lunnsiieq. i32214Ui st.liw. se21-3t
FOR RENT 716 6"ih st nw., It-ar
Pension and Pnetoffice: comfortably
furnishi-d rooms, large andnnaU. er21-7t.
FOR RENT' 3 or 4 unfur. psitus.
li30 Veriuiiut ave. nw. Fc21-3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; to
gentlemen, or ror light honrckeeplng;
latrobo heal: gas. Inquire, G p. m., 815 U
st. nw. gc21-3t
FOR RENT Onelarre, nicely and pleas
ant fur. front room. No. 803 8Ui et. nw.
FOR RENT Handsomely furnished
rvionu titory frout mul back rooms;
gentlemen prer erred. 220 Unw. re22-7t
FOR RENT Large lay-window. 2d
tiory trout, room; all conveniei.ces;
square to cars; oue or two ceutlcmeu;
breakfast If deslied. 434 4th ne. se22-3t
FOR RENT 717 121h st. uw.. elegant
turtunhru ruom; with or without hoard;
everything first-class. ft-22 31
FOR RENT Fine office room for rent;
suilahie ror dentist or physician; now
occupied by dentist 700 7tU st. nw.,
four doors from Patent Office, se22-.1t
FOR RENT 628 6th lie.. heHUtlrul
bruwicsioiie front houhc; 7 rooms and
bath; concreted cellar; front and rear
yard;owner. No. 1009 Est, uw. te223t
FOR RENT l"reeor four unfuriiUbed
rooms; on second floor; heat. gas.
bath; family of tin. adults: terms reason
able. F. R.. this office. te22-7t
FOR RENT rurnislHslornnfuniWied.
large pleasant room, on parlor floor,
snitahlr ror an olflce. 1831 Silt St. nw.
FOR RENT Ail tront rooms: fur. or
ttnfur.: ".irge and small; light, airy:
beautlfDl views: inspiring ror writers or
artlsU. 502 E St.. Dear Pension Oflice.
Sworn Circulation ofvThe
Monday, September 16 c.v yr 3t& 11
Tuesday, " 17 ..- 5--3 1433
Wednesday, ." 18 rt--3-H76 5
Thursday, .! 19 v-v,-3 1 ,-560
Friday, " 20 31,623
Saturday, " 21 32,223
Sunday, " 22 22,950 - -
Total for week 213, 1 65- "' ---
Greatest Circulation in Washington.
FOB JIENT ROOMS.
SOf5 K et. nw. Rooms and hoard; mod
erate prices. Eezj-e.Tiii-.il
FOR RENT Two nicely furnlrhed
rooms, loriignt housekeeping, ncarUov
ernment Printing; OKice. 215 H tu ne.
FOR RENT 3onfur.momson2rtfloor,
Willi bath, gasand heat; or 4 on 3d floor.
1138 19lh st. nw.
FOR RENT 1130 12th St. nw.. Just
atKne Mapchusett8 avenue; several
haud'Qinelv furnlslieil rooms: all modem
Imiiroverocntp; terms reasonable. se23 3t
FOR RENT rrout room; for single
geniieuiaii; ciofe lu uajnuji. ..o,. ,s. o.
ave. se sc-23 2t
FOR RENT 82S 12lh tU nw., nicely
furiiKhed rooms: front: com. or single;
with gooil board: near four Hues cars
and all departments; rates reasonable;
table boarders taken: special atleutlon
given to table. sc2t-7t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; to
gentlemen, or for light housekeeping;
latrobe heat. gas. Call before G p. in.. 815
11th st. nw.
FOR RENT 030 I hi. nw., rooms. 2d
or 3d floor, fur, or unfur. se23 3t
FOR RENT Third-story Trout room,
wtil kept at.d lighted; newlv pape?-J;
for gentlemen only; 10. 927 I st. nw.
FOR RENT Two large Tront rooms
on second story; bay window; cabinet
mantels: nicely furnished; furnaco heat;
good board: line corner house, with south
em and eastern exposures; irs pass
door C ill alter 3 p. in.. 1SC0 Olh st. nw.
FOR RENT 2 desirable Trout moms,
wllh board, at the Raymond, corner
3d atul East Capitol sis; temi3 very rea
FOR RENT At 911 1st st. nw.. en
tire 2d floor of 3 desirable commu
nicating unfur. rooms; water on same
floor: terms low to suitable person. sc21-4
FOR RENT 205 E M- nw.. fourun
furnished rooms: convenient to Pat
ent and Pension of rices; also depots.
FOR RENT 2 communicating rooms.
furnished suitable for gentlemen. Can
at 702 9th st. nw. se21-3t
TWO furnished rooms, second and third
floors, $12ai'd$8. 1118 N.Y. avc. nw.
FOR RENT Flat of three trice rooms,
with large closits: "suitable for light
housekeeping: light and heat: $10. 509
L at. nw. sc21-3t
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms
on second floor: also two furnished
rooms. Inquire at 807 8th St. nw. sc-21-3
FOR RENT 1712 O st., handsome
rooms, with ilrst-clnss board. se20-6t
FOR RENT Large, pleasant, fur
msbedor uulumlshed, 2d and 3d-story
rooms, with board: rinest location In city;
convenient to cars. 2018 13th St. nw.
FOR RENT Second and third floor
rooms; neauy fur.; southern exposure;
$6 and $8; first-class board, 918. 908 L
FOR HENT-T rooms on 3d floor,
fur. as sitting and bed room; 2 on 2d
floor, dining and kitchen; unfur.; bath; but
and cold water; refs. exchanged. Call 1609
19 th st. nw. septl7-7t
FOR RENT Fur. rooms for gentlemen:
$8 to 10 per month; gas bath and heat.
101410th st. nw. sel 5-1 4t
FOR RENT 1910 O St. nw.. beautt
fill, large rooms, with 'open tires; lo
private family, with privilege of light
housekeeping; on hcrdlc line and near
avenue cars; rent reasonable. se22-3t
FOR RENT A largejiont room; cheer
. fill; furnished; cheap. 418 lOthet.nw.
FOR RENT Fur. rooms; 2d and 3d
floor; with board; ref. 1 723 andr 1725
G . nw... se22-7t
BARGAIN Partof 9-room house: for'
nished or unf nmUbed, ami-use of piano:
also stable, cheap. Inquire 2308 14th st.
nw.; drug store. se22-4t
WANTED-Hrase about J5.000, city
or suburbs, will gire property in adjoin
ing State and some cash. Box 315. City
P. O. eZB-2l
THE'a DAYS" CCREF0R MEN.
nThls remedy cures IB 3oays or nocharge.
ConsoltatbiD free. Br. McKEEHAN. 716
12th st. n. . -" " seia-7t
rujikmg; 13(f lTtli tti'ne.; latest style
dresses made at moderate prices and a
perfect fit . . sel94t
PROF. CLAX.WMhlnRton'B oldestcs
T.itiTi.hMi mui reliable cfalrvoTant and
medium, who tells you all things and bow to
svriiii ntr rrotihli- flisii huw to retain husband
or lover. It In search of truthful advice
L-... 1. .i- n l. ttWAm Ua orltt nr Aa
reive or mislead you and guarantees satis
faction to all who seek his advice. Fee
SO cents. Hours. 10 a-'m. totp. m.; open
Sundays. 489 U sU, bet.- 4 1-2 and 6th
IF XOTJ nave houses for rent or sale let
.me have them, as I have applications
right alone. S.CARR. 1305 Md. ave ue.
THE Wonderful Remedy. Cancers cured
without knife, pain crr'pay until cured:
also carbuncles, piles, dropsy, by PROF.
MARTIN RILEY. 467 Ja. at. nw. dt-ocS
Ji'VSir'f,'. r.lu (lr hrlol- n.l
. .... ... ..I,,., hntotia. Itniu ..n.nt
ciaranoc-v,,. imiuws "" w'- .;. .1
two and three-ply roofing materia I.apr2l-tf
uvavK-amtn-a .wnarf trft IImts n rwt irnnnmfiffl
cnrwlDT unins Ttiernra Ozorw Battery
.., ... r..B lf,rMn.lLiii TfVT R. nn
poslle PatcntOfflcc. se20-IX
BANK your dust with us and you'll
e "o tu" Just please comprehend
that we,niv'sc'flmg"eliant custom-nnide
suits, the least bit worn, at Justh's fig
ure. JUSTUS OLD STAND. Cl'J D st
LADIES needing confidential trcat
. Client. A safe nnd sore relief in all
female trouble, constipation. Irregulari
ties, tumor, .cancer, opium habit, fistula,
ctcf SeparatA? rooms ror (VHft'ht heforu
and during connwnrent. and rind homes
for infant If rnrulrrd. Sttrictry confiden
tial. MRS. DR. RUNNER. 16 Fourth L
ne.. ilea r E. Capitol st . Washington, U. C.
BO CENTS cash New credit systin,
rugs. uitx-.,f.-urtalns,portIere,, window
leides. hlankets. quilts, clocks, silver-
fihui-il ware, table and piano covers, table
lnen frinired br the van! or In tens ban-
ciu-t and piano Ismns, oil and ga hcUers. I
onyx ami urass usuies. cooes aou iuiujct
sets In fact anything to mako your liomes
cotnforrahle and pretty. Send postal: will
bring samples. NORTHEAST CREDIT
nOI'KE, No. 1210 U St. ne. Open e en
logs. sel 8 -7 1
BACHELORS Attention. Darning
and mending done quickly and reason
ably; work called lor and delivered if
desired- IIUREAG. 505 3d st. se22tu vJ
PIANO lesson L. S. McElhloney. No.
S 4:li st. nw.; experlenccsl'-tearher?
reduced rates. sc'18-lrno
M - !.
THIS is no "font. pal, Just an every
day octsirrence. Wc arc selling elegant
sails, "custom made." the least bit worn,
at price that'll surprise you. Drop in on
us. .TITSTII'd OLD STAND, 619 I st. nw.
lr. Mary Gordon, tells you all things
and gives a proper remedy Tor your trouble.
Alwaysathome. HOOGst.uw. se22-lm
MME. ESTELLE tells all the events
of life in German and English: hours,
9 a. m. to 10 p. m.; 25 and 00 cents:
cures all cases of running or dry sores.
13 l'th st. nw. au30-lru
MME. "FttANClS. "Washington's
meet popular medium, will res-ame busi
ness September IG.'and wlUbegtall to irieet
her iiianv friends and natrons, at 32.i Risr
Capitol St.; sittings daUy, 9 to 9, 2rr- nnd j
owe. sezu-i t
DR. TAYLOR. 906 F st.nw.. makes
full sets -of -teeth- ror ?3; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
goiipfifling. $l:'amalgam. con. se4-tt
EGYPTIAN Cypsy Seventh- daugh
ter or the seventh generation; she can
tsko'off spells and caue to marry, as well
as tell ion the past nnd fature: persons call
ug at the teutY.et tb'railioRil.'wWaslrrbr
Take Ecklng'ton and Soldiers' Horns
MIME. PEHBIK-Scii-nt'flc palm
istry: truest deMiny reader of the age;
events of past and future revealed with
wonderfnl aceoraryr hours 10 to 9. 515
19th st nw.. bet. E and F.
geUldTt ji a j
MME. BROOKE tells all the events
of life: all business confidential;' ladles
and gentlemen. CO cents each :. hours. Bs,.
m. lo I) p. m. 605 New York avcuue north
west, near Sixth street. .. se9-14t
LOST Fox terrier. September 23; tag
No. 3.143. Return to F. W. KITCH.
9th st. bet ween 1 and E ids, sw.; reward. 1 1
LOST Sunday evening, Sept. 8, between
Anacoslia". "D aTand"" Terrace Hill,
Md., on Wheeler road.IiM-harge from U. 8.
Army, daled Aug. 5,. 1895. Reward if
returned to BRUCE ALLEN, Anacostla,
B.C. -z r se23-2t
LOST A lemon and white pointer, fe-
jituic. auawera inmpsime iwri. rewnrn
If returned toM.E. JOYOE..41AJLllhst..orI
of2 M si ftw "--s"! i9" tTw a.r a.xjkj - ..(... vuoiiieiu bieaiu
LOST AVJpox containing suit or clothes
from the New YorHDje House wagon
on Friday. Finder please return and be
liberally rewarded. C 9th st. nw. ltroAc
LOST LninEail4rVatAcademy Thurs
day night leather-enrje witn steel rod
running through: square handle and steel
tip on end. Reward at ilO E st. nw. by
LOST-;Frlday,cyeniris, ,& Jace pin-.ppal
and diamonds. Reward to finder at
LOST Black and white colliedog. named
Bruno; leather collar and tag 171 . Re
ward if returned to220Cdst sen se22-2t
FOH KENT HOUSDS. -
CHEAP Part of 9-room house; nicely
far.; use of piano. Inquire drug store.
" -un, ixkoie up m. sciw-ot
I42.EO-120 E St. nw.:
jCT.YOBER. 615E St. 1
-120 E fct nw.: I4r.; a. m. 1.
ia.est1133-ttf st BW.-9 roottttf-and'
bath: m. L C: T. YODER.
FOR RENT 3-story and cellar brick
nun?:. ?roon,B 1 oath; rent. $30;
ey at 129. ,., , J.. , t 4 tke2X-3t. I
FOK RENT Furnished house with
roomers; -eentraJr rent.- Irfthe'house;
refs. Address H. H., .mis office. sc21-3t
FORTETT-29 -R"sr.'n w.."8 rborluf
and bato- all, latest Ipjprovementa:
R HI,rf.W. a..t M.w...w. .r.1.1 . T.T. . -..P...
w .w..m. ..u.iuuvnair.
EDWARD KERN I
.TI-J m1 "lehVV.-tl- ,Ji
C. G. SLOAN & CO.. Auctioneers. 1407
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated
theHIXTH DAT OF JANUARY. 1890, and
duly recorded In Liber 1402. Folio 205,
et sen... one of the Land Records of the
District of Columbia, and at the request of
the parly secured thereby, we will sell at
public auction in front of the premises,
on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1895. at
4 o'clock p. m.. the following described
iau aou premises', ueinx; jot letierea
"C." in RothwelTs sobdiTtsJoa in square
numbered 402, together with all the lrA
Termsr One-third cflsrtbnbuicin on nnd
two years from day of sale, bearing inter
est at ft per cent, per annum, and secured
by deed of trust on the property sold, or
on czisn. a ucposic or. iuv required as
time of sale. All conveyaudngand re
cording at cost of purchaser. Terms lo
be compiled with In 10 days from, day of
sale, otherwise trustees reserve the right
to re-ell at cost of defaulting purchaser
after due notice published in some Wash
MO.NT.Y WANTEM.AND TO LOAN.
20.000 j To loan on
10.0001 Keal Estate.
Also several small sum to loan on second
dels of trust. P. A DAKNEILLE.
sep2I-3t 631 F st.
-WE have the following arm Aims to loan
on approved real estate In the District:
$3,000, jso.OOO. $8,000. S10.0OO. at lo west
rates of interest; no deiayr HEREON &
NIXON. 1304 F st. nw.
WE ONLY LEND MONEY ON REAL ES
TATE. Do yon want any of IS?
Let us have your npphcations at once.
Guarantee no delay If tenuity Is all right.
loans at 4 acd4 1-2 percent
T. O ANDERSON & CO
Real Estate ai-d Busu-eis Exchange.
80T G su. irwc
FT. TC. FTILTOrrs Lnnii tnflce. 1218
Pa. ave. nw. Established in 1870.
Money lnnoed on watches, diamonds. Jew
etrr. tllverware. elc. Special bargains In
watches. Jewelry, and silverware. au20-0m
MONEY to loan on bonds, stocks, trusts,
loan association certlflcaU's. and old
line life insurance polirm:no delay.
YERKE& A BAESR.
i 40 to -ceMrtzernttBlds
MONEY TO LOAN In large sums.
or as tost as i
1.UUU. it K nnd 6 ner
rent on D. C. rral estate; also S250.S0bO.
7G0. etc.. at l per cent. WM. H. SAtrN
DER8 A CO . 1407 F St. nw tf
MONEY TO LOAN.
WANTED-The loan of fa.OOO onfirst
ctass inside property; no agents. 708
I9th et. se!2-tf
MONEY to loan at 6 ana 6 per cent.
on District of Columbia realty; no delay
K security Is satisfactory.
WALTER H. ACKER. 704 14th nw.
MONEY TO LOAN All classes of
real estate loans made with promptness
si curent rates THE McLACHLEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN" COMPANY. cor
rer HUh ami O streets nw. m9-tf
MONEY to loan on real estate in the
District, at lowest rates of icteresr.
No delay. UERRON & NIXON. 1304 F st
s. w. se4-lmo
mem to can at can Auers aiccnauicai
Laboratory. Siiecial attention glea to
construction ot fine m.1clitiiery. Modpls.
Tor Patent Office Automatic Mechanisms
for advertising purposes in show windows
for every branch of business. Manufac
turer of small novelties. Terms moderate.
223 E st. ne. se22j7t
DAIRY and grocery: bargain; $2007
ciie.ii- rent. 5th andEsts.ue. se22-7t
WANTED Party with knowledge ot
wholesale coal business, lo take stock
in fullv developed soft coal mine, to estab
lish ard in Washington. A. H. CALVES.
FOR A LOCATION
to start In business, or If you have a busi
ness location to sell that Is a bargain, list
It with usat once, and we will speedllydis
pose of It for you. We have a number of
inqulr'esalwaysonourbooks. If you have
a business to sell come and see us. No
charge whatever unless a deal Is consum
mated.. T. 0. ANDERSON & CO.
Real Estate and Business Excnange, 907
G st. nw.
FOR SALE Commission business and
goodwill Apply 941 B st. nw.se21-3t
FOR S ALE Agood paylngclgarstore;
a cu.iuce tor one or two young men to
get into a nice business. J.G.A..thisoffice.
- . ... .,
same. Address, giving full particulars,
T. O. ANDERSON A CO., 907 S at. aat
BOTTLING establishment ror sale.
Profits IDduH times $30 per week: have
run as high as $125; cheap it sold at once.
HIGHEST each prices paid for con
tents of hotels and private residences;
also for stocks of mdso. of any kind. Ad
drcss Box B. this office. sel 8-7 1
WANTED-To buy cigar store doing
a. go.id business. Address Ori'OR-
TTJNiTY. this office. se22 4t
1864, .Education For Real Lire 1SDS.
For Sons and Daughters.
The SpcDcerian Business College.
National Bank of the Republic Building:
cor. 7th and D nw. Dayandnightsessions.
Tha thirty-first scholastic year ot this
popular Institution begins Monday, Sep
tember 2, 1895. Fire departments, viz.:
Practical business, including complett
bookkeeping course, English, rapid cal
culations, rapid writing, moral and social
culture, Delsarto system of expression,
civics, political economy and. commercial
bw. Practical English, with initiatory
rwtVlHfnin. RhnvthnruS ntwt Pwu.mMm
Indadlng English; Spencerian Rapid Wrl
I.. Il....l.l . U V.
us. ucuioiuuu ihhi jxtu?uH.u?ii urawuttf.
Tull corps ot thoroughly trained teacher
Of tics open every business day and
Writs or call for new annual annotmc
ment. Mrs. Sara A Spencer,
Principal and Proprietor.
.v V... w .tvt
Georgetown College, Head of O St. N. W
PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT Three
years' course. 'lattlrir'Greei;.'' English.
French or German. Mathematics Term
begins Sept. 11.
COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT Four
J ears course. Latin. Greek. English,
reach or German. Mathematics, Chem
istry, both General- ond-Analytlcal.
Physics, Logic, Metaphysics, Ethics, eta
Term begins Sept. 11. -" '
POSTGRADUATE DEPARTMENT Elect
ive courses or graduate, study Id Ethics.
Political Economy. Constitutional His
tory. Phllology.EngllxhtiFrench and
German Literatures. Mathematics, Chem
istry. Philosophy and History ot Art. etc.
Term begins Oct. 1.
ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY. The
staff of Professors are chiefly engaged
In Investigation: but mrciaLstudcnts
will be received If qualified.
REV J. HAVENS RICHARDS. S J..
SCHOOL OF LAW
Rev. J. HAVENS RICHARDS, S. J.,
Preltdent of the University.
Hon. HENRY B, -BROWN. Ii. D.
(Justice Supreme Court ot the United
Lecturer or. Admiralty Jurlrpradcncft
Hon. MARTIN F.MORRIS, LL.D-
(Associate Justice Court of Appeals of the
District or Columbia).
Lecturer on Constitutional and Interna
tional Law and Ccrnpara
Hon. BETH MIEPAKD. LU D.
(Associate Justice Court ot A cecals of the
District of Columbia).
Lecturer on the Law of Corporations and
Hon. JEREMIAH M WILSON. LU'D,
Lecturer on lie Law of Real Estate and
the Law of Evidence.
JOSEPH J. DARLINGTON. LL. D..
Lecturer ou the Law of Personal Prop
erty srd Contracts
GEORGE E. HAMILTON. LL. D.v
Lecturer on PractR-e. Testamentary Law
srd F-tuiiy PU-ading and Practice.
R. ROSS PERRY. A. M.. LL- D
Lecturer on Common Law Pleading. Crimf
cal Law. ard Drmestlc Relation.
Rev RENE UOLAIND. S. J..
Lecturer on Natural Law.
TALLMADGE A. LAMBERT. LLD.,
Lecturer ou Civil Law.
CHARLES A. DOUGLASS. Esq .
Lecturer on the Law of Torts and Negotia
Circuit Court. MICHAEL J. COLBERT.
Court of Appeals: Messrs. TALLMADGE
A. LAMBERT. JOB BARNARD, and
HENRY WISE GARXETT.
BAMUEL M. TEATMAN. A. M..
Secretary and Treasurer.
The twenty-sixth annual session ot
the School or L.TW opens WEDNESDAY,
OCTOBER 2, 1895, at 6:30 p an., in its
commodious, specially designed Law
School Building. Nos. 506 and 508 E
street northwest, when the Introductory
lecture will tie delivered and announce
ments made for the ensuing term. Pres
ent and prospective students, alumni
ami all others-Interested In legal educa
tion arc cordially invited to be present.
The secretary can be seen in his of
fice In the law building dally after
September 13. from 6 to 7 p. m.. Tor In
formation, enrollment, etc. Those pro
posing to connect themselves with the
ectioot for the ensuing term are request
ed to enroll their names before the open
ing mgtitand thus avoid the delay luciuent
to that occasion.
Circulars giving the coarse of study,
terms, etc. can be obtained at book stores
or Y. II. Morrison's Sons. 1326 F street
northwest;Lowdena!lk & Co.. 1424 F street
noriiiwcstvaauV John Byrne A Co., 1322 F
street northwest, and at W. 8. Thompson's
drag store. 703 Fifteenth street north
west, or on application personally or
liy letter to the undersigned.
S. M. YEATMAN. Secretary.
School of Medicine.
The Course of Lectures will begin MON
DAY, September 30, .1805.
The Inaugural address will be given by SCR
GEOX-GENElfALOEOlifJE .- MEKNBhRG, U.
S. A InCeferenco to the traUies or many this
will take place at b p. m., at tbo Coliego BttUd
ing. OH Ii slreet northwest. The public, includ
ing ladies, is eordially invited
For further particulars and announcements
address the Dean,
G. L. .MAGRUDER. M. D.
815 Vermont areas
once hoars untU 10 a m.. 3:20 to 5 p. ro.
MR. HKU.NDON MORSKLL.
Pupil of Francesco Lampertie. of Milan.
Studio at residence, 1410 15th St. nw.
SHORTHAND A SPECIALTY.
By It. C. Tanner. Granite bldg.. corner F
and Ninth streets. Call or send for clr
( Young's Academy.)
SELECT CLAStAcAL. ANI MATHE
MATICAL. School Tor Young Men and Boys,
914 14th Et.. bet. I and K.
Begins Its rorty-fourlh scholastic year Sep
teir.lter 2.t Tills school has a national renu
tatlon, and la recognized as oneof theleadhig
preparatory schools of this country. It
prepares ror all the universities, colleges and
scieiitiric schools, lor the United States
Mliiuirrnnil Naval academies, and Tor busi
ness. Thegradualesof thlsschool take high
rank w herrver they go.
Mr. EdwInH-Foricr will contmueln charge
of the Junior Department. For circulars,
CHAS. B. YOUNG. Ph. D..
rc!7 1m Principal and Proprietor.
Washington ScSiocl of Expression.
METZEKOTr XCSIC HALL,
Voice a specialty. Pan-omlraU training and
Physical Culture. Best rnethoils Indorsed by
Yale, R&rrard, University of Chicago, and
others, beud for annoaaceracnt
WM. E. .MOW RER, PrlnclpaL
The Howard University Law School
Will open TUESDAY, Oct J. at Gl30 p. m. TUI
TION FItEE. For clrralars coatahilnc farther
information address JAdESF. liUNDY, locro
tary Offico In Law School Building. -tiO 3th st.
nw. The school is "poi to all, WITlIOUT DIS
TINCTION OF RAUhOR hCX. who are over IS
years of age and poas proper qnallfigstioas
NATIONAL Academy of Tine Arts
Drawing and Fainting. Thorough In
struction for artists, teacucrs, decorators.
designers, illustrators, parents ana tniidrcn,
in ever branch of art. Portraits to
order iii every style, from 510 to 53,000.
Old or ln'ured pictures cleaned, TarnhMied,
restored. In the most skillful manner. 502
E st. nw.
ACADEMY, OF THE HOLY
CRUSS. 1312 Massachusetts avenue.
Waeblngton, D.C. A da v-school foryonnjt
ladies and little girls. In addition to a
thorough course in English, Trench. German
and Latin, special advantages are offered to
students in the art an J musical departments.
A klrdergarton will be opened in connce
tlon with the academy, -sel3.1m
ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. VU ave.
and Thomas circle, reopens Its fall
term Monday, Sept. 9. Apply or send for
year book. BROTHER FABR1CAN.
FOR DAY SCHOLARS ONLY
Classical, Fdenttflc and Business Courses.
Military Drill and Uniform.
Terms 110 per quarter.
rresident. HSIS. 13281st. nw.
Jtasses berinOec 1: Knirllsh hr.-inrhes.
Bu8ines.s classes. Elocution, Journalism,
Literature, Dancius.XeIsnnc, Freiicn and
ADA L. SMITH. Snpt- celO-lf
SPANISH is the most baautllul or nil
dnguagc-s and. the oaslcst-to lcacu; yon
an read, write, and converse In twenty
lessons. Address ESPANOL, this orrice.
NORWOOD INSTITUTE A
Borne and Day beboorror Girls. 1701
Nst., near ConnecUcutave. v. k; -..
MRS. WM. D. CABELL,
GUNSTON INSTITUTE. 1212 and
1214 14th st.irw: Fourtlf sCKslOnoiiena
Sept. 2T. MR. and MRS. B- R. MASON.
STENOGRAPHY to teach In school
or private pupils; go to them or they
come tu me.' 3070 o, sei8-7t
WASHINGTON. D. C.
REV. B. L. WH1TMAV, D. D President
THE PBEPAIUTOttY SCHOOL.
Thorough prepuratlou for ibeCol
lejje, for tho .--cleiitlflc School, for
tlii-Xiival nod Military Academies,
and for hnttlneMM.
Open to KtudentM ot both xexea.
THE COItCORAN SCIENTIFIC
Forty-Steven Profrvaora and In-'
t mi-torn; twenty-three full de
jmrtnitfntH; twelve full eoarnew of
Mtiidy. SiK-clnl htadentH admitted.
THE LAW SCHOOL.
Twelve vrorexxorH. lncludlnc two
AKhOCiiite Jtustlcex of the United
States Supreme Court.
THE. MEDICAL SCHOOL.
Thirty proreMr nnd aMlxtanta.
- Tin. eoure Ik four yer.
THE DENTAL SCHOOL.
Seventnen profeHxora; uiiumuiiI
fncllltlc-M. The course Ik three
TTIE GRADUATE SCHOOL.
Courses of advanced Instruction,
li-udlng to M. A., M. S., C.E E. E.,
and Ph. D.
For catalogue descriptive of the several
courses address ROBT. H. MARTIN,
THE LAW SCHOOL FACULTY.
REV- a L WHITMAN. D. D.. President
TheHON. WALTER S.COJC. LL. I)., Dean.
(Associate Justice or the Supreme Court
or the District ot Columbia.)
Professor of the Law of Real Estate, of
Contracts, and of Commercial Paper.
The HON. JOHN M. HA RLAN. LL. D..
(Associate Justice jf ihe-Suprerrni Court
of the United States.)
Professor or the Constitutional Jurlsprui
dence of the United States, of the Law
of Domestic Relations, ot Per
The Hon. WILLIAM A. MAURY. LL. D
(Sometime Assistant Attorney-General ot
the United States.)
Professorof Equity Jurisprudence, of Com
mon Law and Equity Pleading, and ot
the Law ot Evidence.
The Hon. DAVID J. BREWER. LL. B,
(Associate Justice of the Supreme Count
or Ihe United 8tates.)
Professor of the Law of Corporations.
Prof. G. H. EMMOTT. LL. M..
(of the Johns Hopkins University.)
Lecturer on the Civil Law.
HENRY E.DAVIS. LL.M..
(Sometime Assistant Attornev ot the Dis
trict of Columbia.)
Lecturer on the History ot Law.
WILLIAM F. MAXIINGLY, Esq,
(ot the Washington Bar.)
Lecturer on Practical Commercial Law
The Hon. ANDREW C, ERADLEY.
(Associate Justice ot the Supreme Court
or the District t Columbia.)
Lecturer on Criminal Law and on Criminal
Pleading and Practice.
The Hon. BENJAMIN BUTTERWORTH,
(Sometime United states Commissioner oX
Professor or the Law or Patents.
WILLIAM G. JOHNSON, LL. M.,
(ot the Washington Bar.)
Proresor ot Legal Catcchetics, Commorj.
Law practice, and Judge ot the
COURT OP APPEALS.
WILLIAM F. MATTINGLY,
HENRY E. DAVIS. CnARLES W. NEED
HAM, Associate Justices.
ROfcERT U. -MARTLV.
Secretary and Treasurer.
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE
1325 II St. nw..
Washington. D. C The seventv-fourth
session begins' October 1, 1895. The in
troductory lecture wlli be delivered by
Dr. w. . Johnston at 8 p. m. October 1.
Regular daily lectures at 3.30 p. m Every
facility ror clinical and laboratory
work. Laboratories open day and even
ing. DR. D. K. SHUTE. Dean.
1 1 20 New York are.
DR. E. A IIE-SCHWEINITZ;
sel7-lmo 1325 H st. nw.
fTATIOa CORNER OP SIXTH AN3 B
In Effect Sept. 9, 1895.
lO 30 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIM
ITED 1'ulhuan Sleeping. Dining. Smok
ing, and Observation Cars Harrlsburg to
Chicago. Cincinnati. Indianapolis. St
Louis. Cleveland, and Toledo Buffet
Parlor Car to Harrlsburg.
10 30.A. M. FAST LINE. Pullman
Ballet Parlor Car to Harrlsburg. Parloi
and Dining Cars. Ilnrisburg to Pitts
burg. 3--40 P. M- CHICAGO AND ST LOUIS
h APR Ess. Pullman Bit tret Parlor
Car to llarrisburg Sleeping and Dintrut
Cars. Hansbuix to St Xuis. Cincinnati,
Louisville, aud Chicago
TJ3LO P- M. WESTERN EXPRESS.
ruuman Bleeping- Jar to micigo. and
Harrlsburg lo Cleveland Dining Car to
1 XQ P- M. SOUTHWESTERN EX
PRESS Pullman Sleeping and Dining
Cars to St Louis, and Sleeping Car,.
Horrisbanr to Cincinnati
10.40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS
Pullman Sleeping car to Pittsburg.
T.fSO A. SI. 'or Kane. Canandaigua,
Itochester. acct Niagara Falls daily, ex
"I 0.30 A. M. forFJmlra and Renovo, I
dally, except Sunday. For WlUicms
port daily. 3 40 p ni
T.I O P. 31. for Wiuiaxnsport. Roches- "
ter. Buttalo. and Niagara Falls dally,
except Saturday, with sleeping car Wash
ington to Suspension Bridge via Buffalo.
1 0.40 P. BT. ror Erie. Caraudaigua,
itococsier. jjunato. aca niagara ans,
daily, sleeping car Washington to Elmira
Fur PhlludcIphht.New York nnd the
4.00 P. M. "CONGRESSIONALLIM
1TED'' AU Parlor Cars, with Dining
Car Ironi Baltimore, ror New Yori
dally. Tor Philadelphia week-days. Regu
lar at 7.05 (Dining Car). 7 20. 9.00,
10.00. (Dining Cari. and 11 00 (Dining
Carin.m .12 188.8.131.52(1.6.40. 10.00,
and 11.35 p. m. On Sunday, 7.0 &
(Dining Can. 7 20. 9.00. 11.00 (Dining
Car) a ni .184.108.40.206. 220.127.116.11. 10.00.
and 11 35 p. m. For Pbilaclulpaia only.
Fast Express 7.B0 a. m. week-days. Ex
press 2.01 and. 5 40 p. m. daily.
For Boston, without change, 7.50 a. m.
week-days, and 3.15 p. m. daily.
For Baltimore. 6.23. 7.05. 7.20. 7.50. 9.00.
10.00. 10.30, 11.00 and 11.50 a. ml
12.15. 2.01. 3.15. 3.40 (4.00 Limited).
4.20. 4 .36. 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. 3.10(400
Limited). 4.20, 5.40. 6.05. 0.40. 7.10.
10.00. 10.40 and 11.35 p. m.
For Pope's Creet Line. 7.20 a. m. and 4.38
p. m. daily, except Sunday.
For Annapolis. 7.20. 9.0O a. ra.. 12.15 and
4.20 p. m. daily, except Sunday. Sun
days. 9.00 a.m. and 4.2U p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express Tor Richn
mond. Jacksonville and Tampa, 4.30
a. m.. 3.30 . m. daily. Richmond, and
Atlanta, 8.40 p. m. daily. Richmond
only. 10.57 a. ra. week-days.
Accommodation lor Quautico. 7:45 a. m.
dally, aud 4:23 p. m. week days.
Por Alexandria. 4.30, 0.35, 7.45. 8.40.
9.45. 10.57. 11.50 a. n: 12.E0. 1.40.
3j2U. 4.23. 5 tO. 5.37. 6.15. 8.02.
10.10. mid 11.39 p. m. On Sunday at
4.30. 7.45. 9.45 a. ru.: 2.45. 6.16.
8.02. and 10.10 p. ni. '
Leave Alexandria- lor -Washington, 6.0.
0.43. 7.05. 8,:0W 9.10. 10.15. 10.28.
a. ru.: 1.00, 2:15. 3.00. 3.2J, 5.00.
5.30. 0.13. 7.00. 7.20. 9.IO. 10.52.
aud 1 1.08 p. in. OnSundayat6.43,9.10,
10 28 a. m.: 2.1B, 6.30. "7.00. 7.20,
9.10, and 10.32 p. m.
Ticket oTfices. northeast corner ot Thir
teenth slreet and Pennsylvania avenue,
and at the str.llcn. Sixth and 3 streets,
where orders cm lie lert for the checking
of baggage to clelinaiioii from hotels ana