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2HM EVENING TIMES. TUESDAY. OCTOBEB 15, iggg.
REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW CENTS-ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS.
WANTED"A lineman. Call nfler 9i
a. ni.. at Room 3, 35 B el. inv.
WA.NTETJ Upholsterer. Address UP
IIOL.15 1'EKEK, Tims office. 1 t-cin
W-A.NTEI A good boy immediately
for a provision store: ohe whospeaks
German preferred: niust know how tu cut
meal. 133 3dBt..cor.B. It-cm
sm- a TanriiT Tlrhrht voung man Willi
e,ooie experience in lanorwii; uuoiin-ii.i
inn. Apply II. iMJEiaiAis, uoo .iu
WAKTED- Salaryand commission will
be paid reliable men to represent the
Guardian Lite Insurance Co. Apply at
branch office 1311 F 6U Experienced in
w a isttst Middle-need -ma n lor gen-i
era! boutework. Call with references!
after 4,1037 Marion st. "
WANTED-i joung man with ex
perience. Apply at urpenter shop, m.
1407 Q st. nw. it
WANTED-A bov to feed job" printing!
pre. Apply at PEARSON'S, ytb and
JJ sis. it
wr a wrp?n An nckf.nn1 nt. tniliinnir.
J. ll.KKUVSKY. 1215'tTi nw. ltl
W.A NTED-J harbor at JG09 Htli St.
nw.. Y. M. C. A. Bide. lt
WAHTED-'Fi'Uf first-lass tinsmiths!
WANTED- Fewsteady men; (rood pay.'
I'aUaUday. 337Fa.a,e.. 2d lloor. If
.uu 1-Jtli si. nw. oU15-3t'
WANTED- Boy lo learn painting
trade. Apply 748 Glti st. nw.. bet..
12 and 1 o'clock. I10BS0N' BROS.
oel 5 -21
"WANTED Bushclman at SMITH'S,
4CO U si. nw. oc!4-3t
WANTED Several -expfrieiKed so
licitors. Apply?. O. ANDERSON & CO.,
S07 G M. nw.
WANTED-A jomig man with cleri
cal abllit), wlio can corne well rccom
me:id"d. who has a few lundred dollars,
as rei retary of a company doing business
In this nt- and handling an i:ieiitioiv
Indorsed bv the U. S. army and navy. Ad
dress OPP"0IlTUNITY. this offii-c. oci) tf-
WANTED-A" attire cxporti'iiccd
salesman to take orders for "Kiss
lie" iliciving gum; references required.
437 lltli st. nw. lt-tm
WANTED-A few lady solicitors to
take orders for the U'liutlful little
photos that I make for SI per 11.0: alto 1
solicitor wanted In Alexandria. AOiress
ALKX. J. YOWELL, I'botcgraphcr. Cabin
John Bridge. Mil. oclG-2t-em
WANTED-UV drcsmakir. appreu-
tici: must be good -sewers 24 12lh
St. nw.. opiio-'He park. lt-eni
work, must uiulerstaiiil cooking: no
washing or ironing. 1113 Khtsle Island
"WA. NTED Several white women cooks
only, lor laiullies: Sib. &2Uaud S23 1H.T
month. German liouseiiiaats and nurses.
DICK'S AGENCY. 013 7lh St. OC1G-2C
WANTED-Salesladies in a housefuri
nisiiuig aiid iroiscry store AMEUI.
CAN VAIur.T YST01tE.7:lU7tllst.nw. It.
WANTED Apprentice for dressniakH
mgat25 13th st.nw. It
"WANTED First-class cook: refJ
erences. ApplyT:! thstjnw. oclG-2t
"WANTED Seven cooks, two lady's,
maids. nurse, three chaintMmaids. laun
dress. 'J HE EXCHANGE, 014 13th st
WANTED-Wf are- in need of all
nranim-s of domestic help. 41 1) K nw..
WANTED-Ladies learn the latest
and besuuress-ciilliig sistem; mothers
should send their daughters' to the
WASHINGTON" llKESS-L'LTTING AflAIV
EMY. 004 12th st. nw. oclp-Tt
WANTED-Vounc white girl to as-
wsr with- ihildren and general house-
work. Apply 300 M st. 11 w. ocl4-3t-em
WA-NTED A good reliable-cook: none
oilier need apply; stay at night; ret?
401 4lfalnw. ocl4-lt-em
WANTED-Whlte'woman lor geniTal
housework; must stay nighU; refer
ence rcuulred. 210 New lork ave. nw.
I1ELV WANTED MALE, AND
WANTED Five first-class coatmakers,
at HOltN'a. 013 F st. nw. It
WANTED German, or white man and
wire, man to feed stock: wife to abslst
In housew ork. $25 per mo., room and Isxird:
jiernianent the ear round; Apply HICK'S
AGENCY. 013 7th St. ocl5-2t
WANTED-four amateurs to play
pans iin loial voinpiiiy: only those
ninvitig in good boclety. Address
It NQgTETS. this offk-e.
WANTED-Good insurance solicitors',
male and icmale; good pay. 723 otn
St. nw. It
SIS per week salary paid tongents com
petent to sell the new combination
Oxford Teachers' Bible. Apply i) 10 11
a. m.. IE. A. HIN'SMOKE, G28 G St. nw.
WANTED-To Join a family In rent
ing a uoase. uuunti;, tins onice.
WANTED Sriilta-Pieroior Type
wilier operators' and stenographers
dliected to positions. Operators de--(lilag
to familiarize themselves with new
No. 2 Smith Piemior Typewriter call
THE SMITH PKEMIER TYPEWRITER
CO.. No 1416 F st. nw. Jy3I-tf
SITUATION AVANTED MALE.
"WA-NTED Place as belilioy by voung
niteboy. Address 305G M St. lt-eni
A. YOUNG man who is a good col
lector wants position: can furnish bond.
Address X. Y. 7... thisolfice It-cm
WANTED Carpets to lay: ohV-car-pets
a specialty; experienced carpet
la cr. 1). W. J., thisolfice 1 t-e:n
"WANTED A student of Columbian
College would like to secure work to
pay expenses. STUDENT, this office,
WANTED-By colored man. place lo
unit' delivery wagon of any kind,
or for doctor or privale family. Address
T. II. A., this olficc. It
WANTED-By young man; situation
as messenger around store or office;
good references. C. F this office. It
WANTED Steady young man ofgoi 1
jinhils, wants position, privale family
or doctor: will take $6 per month and
board. Address S. J., this office It
WANTED-By young man, work as
compositor: clean and accurate. E.
COKtSTAXTINE.Hltt-Md ave.sw. It-em
WANTED Situation by sober, in
dustrious white man to tend horses.
Address I.E. B.. 812 9th st.ee. It-mi
"WA-NTED Carpi t laying; old work a
specialty. CARPET -LAYER, Times'
SITUATIONS. "W ANTED FEilALB.
WANTED-A colored girl wishes a
place to cook in small family, or
chambermaid. Call for 3 days at 1017
21st st. iiw. lt-eni
WANTED Washing and ironing; guar
anteed to be well done. 449 Kidce st.
WAWTED-i small ramlly wash to
take home. Call at 1908 K St. nw.
WANTED By competent JJassacha-:
setts widow, position as housekeeper
for widower, or companion for elderly
lady. Address Box 2. this office. It
"WANTED By. two neat, respectable
coloied girls, place as chambermaids,
or nurses. ir waltrmcsr- with rwvrec.
Call or address 31 K St. se. it
SITUATIONS WANTED FEM AXE.
WANTED-Respectable colored girl
wants a place in private ramlly as
chambermaid or nurse: stay or k Home
nights. Call or address -M. B., G14 F st.
WANTED-Slluation as cook, cli.ini
iienunid or general lioasework. 108
4 1-2 st. sw. It
TOTJNG lady typewriter wants a po
sition: three years' experience In office
work. Address Miss B., 603 N..J. avc. nw.
WANTED-A position as housekeeper
in a tioici or private family by a com
petent persou II, 291, this office.
WANTED-Washing for families at
Home. 11Z2 1st. St. nir. oi-14-lt-cm
WANTED A poMliou as gotorness;
EugiMi and music-: in or out of city;
references. Address M. Ji., this office.
WANTED-All kinds or old U. S. jiost-
age stnmiis: Department stamps espe-
ciallj ileslrift; highest prices paid. II. F-
irUNKHORBT. 1005 71h st. nw. i,e.'l-14t
HICJHISST prices for U. B. iieMnge,
department and collections of for
eign Miinips, is paid by itn old reliable
C. F. ROT11FUCUS. 35tt 1-2 I'a. nve.
WANTED-Brick dwelling, not to ex-
EASTBUIIA Y.V IIA1.HKMAW.0I7 1-llhst.
WA.NTED A Gor Groiimniodcrnflat;
convenient to 14th st. car line. Ad
dress JUOIinuXIMVT. thU office. sclO-lf
"WANTED A flat near Capitol. 3 to
Dronm, d rir od storv; iiusl lie reason
able. B. A., this offlci-. oul3 3t
WANTED-Vim to ,Uiow that I am
repairing Ijtrobcs, ranges and lur
naces promptly. Ile.iting stoves ami ranges
at low prices. GUO. U. UAllTICELL. MG
WANTED-A lialljiulialile for dancing,
that will accommodate about twehe
couples. lwufe!liisai!iouih; Staleprice
and address Cl.Ult, tlilsoffice. oclG 2t
A splendid opportunity; u young 111.111 de
siring to take a course In a first-class
business college, who is prevented by wantr
'of means, will learn something to his ad
vantage by addressing 2001, tlilsoffice.
I WANT the ladies tu know th.it they
can have their felt hats pressed in the
latest rail si lesat AIUS. E. McCA I'FEBTY
& SONS, 121G li st. inv. oclG-lt
WANTED-T" buy coal and wi1
.inl. CASH, this office. It
WANTED-l'arl of house where own
ers will board. BOAUHEU.Ibts offiee.i
"WANTED Instructor for harp. Call
at IliT 7th st. nw. at G:4G p. m.tl
t'ri-dnes1lay. Oct. 10. ocl4-2t
WANTED-Horses to winter at C. H.
l'arker's stoik farm. Lay Hill, Jlont-
gomery Co., Mil.; Ixix stalls, J8 jier month.
C. II. PAKKEK. 435 4 1-2 st. sw., or at
WANTED-AII should vnow Dr. Mary
uordoii tcll truthfulness of friends,
business deal, or matrimouLiI enture.
Tells all your business allalrs with utmost
trutli; lost or stolen property; every hid
den mystery repealed; nukes speedy and
happy marriages with the ouej jou lovei
by pnper adlce. lion'l buv, sell, or
go 011 a Journey until you tumult this1
gifted lady in person or by letter. Sho'
diagnoses your case by spiritual Insight
aided by a staff of competent paysicuicM.
Ladies may consult In confidence; on all
diseases: iicculiar to their sex. Office1
and residence. 1100 O st. nw. fc2fi-ltu
V ATHn Girls to Ie seir-sunn,irUfii-
marrieu ladies to ies-sp,, dresBniaVIni!
lUius oyiearuuig 10 cut uy jnercuani lniiori
squurv; itiiiicuiats ut ciuoui, 11s lini
Wanted Try Rubber Roof.'Palni.
WE STOP A1X LEAKS FREE.
AbiJ chsrge onlyforpslntlni.- irorkrusrsntsl
NATjltUBBU: ROOK TAINT CO. 10i st!i nw
FOR BENT nOTJSES.
1231 Mass; av. nw.
IGrs-. $:ul 01
1761 l'nw.Ur. .... C7 to
Sl'JCnw.lSr. M 13
11209th' mr;12r-.. S0
in Lnw.lSr 50 SS
ISn Dsw.-Sr-.... 13S0
Cor. Sth & Grant
sT'-tr 15 00
1, " Scott av nir.Cr 15 on
i)j 5th nr,Sl Coor
5r 13 09
439 9th nw,3d -floor
4r 15 CO
tie 13 CO
801 K u-, 12r. WW
Citooo nw.U'r..... Ml 00
U:K-3Sdmv,'lur. 33 50
MiSnw.Or. 33 00,
3003 ISth nw, 10r.. S3 00
5304 7th nw.tr.... 14 5a
1WH, looi., j av
lir. H 00
31413th sir. 1 r.... 1IU0
isj i-ia. ar nw.iur 32 5'J
!H0 R I an nw.lOraa 101
411 N VjirowiSr.. 27 50:
nnl D si sw, r.r.. . . 1 J 80
SOSNY.nvmv.Sr'rSS i SS7 0ak irw.Jr:-.. IS CO
Ml a nw,7r S 31 7U-mht,5r..... 13-50
1510 ColuDibia st, 7J010 ne, 5r 13 so
nw,:r- 25 33 S1112lli sw.Sr.... 11 W
511 2d he, tit 23 no J una fcdpcriur-nw,
SKI U.nw, 5r 2i 50 JlSB Lst se. 5r..... IS bO
32fOn-r 22-58 HNfcir.-5r J2 50
121 Kuw, 7r 22 50M5I.sc3r 11 50
174J CUa nw, 7r.... 22 A1I213 4U nir.lst no'r
2U1 0ta ne, "r.... 22 51 3r.." 1250
91TL'n-,7r 22 00 2aBi;iUnir.r.r. 18 U0
455 1st se, 7r 21 0 8)0 E nw, 3d lloor,
1117Uthnw,7r.... 21 10 2r. 12 03
213 IIne,7r 21 C0711 Sherldnn nw,
100IJ!ne,7r 20 42 5r 1300
1420Tnw.br 20 30!kB0 B lie, Cr 1100
12135th nw,6r .... 19 CO 420 5th nw, desk
10.3 4th-i,e, 7r.... lt CO room 10 0J
227 Oas nw, 7r.. 13 0 215 4J nw.ld floor
lC404ta Jlw.Ur.... 13 SO 3r .'. 10 00
Cor. sth .!i E nw.t unlurnlshed rooms.
S10 9th nw. store ISOIMMsw. store
andUirelllug.ir $25 30 and dwelli'g, 5r t20 00
105 Draper's al- 1819 Cuw 110 00
ley, sw SIS 00
A. a CAYWOOD, 933 9th St. nw.
FOR RENT Brick house. 724 13th1
st. ne., eight rooms; all modern im
provements: papered and In good repair;
only J. IB. CBAULES 8. SHKEVE. 1009
7th st. nw. oc!5-7t
FOR RENT 6-room house, No. 68
Mass. ate. nw. Inquire P. DILLON,
G25.V. J. nve. nw.. with refrence. oc!0'2t
FOR RENT 823 Gib. St. ne., bcautl
lul bronnsione front house, 7 large
rooms, concreted cellarrside and rear alley;
a. ni. U low to right party. OWNER,
547'FIa. ave. nw. oclSt
FOR RENT 292G 15th st. nw., Mt,
pleasant, pretty cottage, 8 rooms,
pantry, cellar; gas. water; large lot; fine
condition; only $25.50. House Is open, it
CONSULT us wlien you. want to rent a
house.- Wecansultyou. Hereareafcw
'we are xiffering.at a great reduction:
1111 B st. ne. Desirable part of Capitol
Hill: 8 rooms, bath, .a. ni. 1.; corner:
only $2G.50 per month.
319 Spruce street, Le Droit Park 9 rooms;
bath, a. ni. 1.; in- first-class order;
only $25.00 per month.
718 5th st. Jie. One-half sqnarcfrom H
s t.cable;G rooms, bath, a.m. l.;onIy
;624 I-st. ne. 6 rooms, bath, n. m.i.,good
frame stable; only $16.50 per month.
1238 Linden st. ne. 6 rooms; bath, a: m.
1 .; Just been reduced to ..$ 1 2.50 per month.
1 608 Brewer's court ne. 4 rooms, brick;
I water and sewer; only... .$8 per month;
rnT T 1XTO M. r A ,r.
511 lltli st.'nw.
FOB SENT Brick houses. 32 and 34
L st. nw., 0 rooms, gas and water; each
. 454- K st. nw., 11 rooma and lmproT
'.ments; rent $37X0.
Dwelling 1009 7th st. nw., 8 rooms, .mod.
CHAB. S. 8HBEVE, 1009"7th t."nwr
FOR RENT 207TJ st. ne., just east of
the Capitol; 8 rooms and bath; in perfect
repair; only $25; key at corner drag store.
Large rooms, d floor; fur. complete;
cooking utensils, dishes, gas, beat, bath,
sewing machine, SIGperrnoDtb. 301101b
St. bw.. near-Smlthsonlan. It.
'101711 communicating rooms, unrur; 2
on 2d. 2 on 3d Hour; mod. imp. 227
jlSthst. sw. It-era
NTCELT fur. rooms, with or without
j board: location central; terms moderate.
1713 12th st. nw. ocl6-2t-ora
'FOR WENT One large, unfurnished
lrunt.aicove room; near, gas, uatu; 30.
1236 4tb st. nw. It-em
FOR' RENT 3. fur. rooms for gentlemen,-
and 2 unfur.-; pleasant locality.
'1122 lltli st. nw. oclB-3i-em
FOR RENT 2 nice large -fur. rooms
In good location: terms reasonable.
Apply b07 8th st. nw. ocIG-S-em
THREE large rooms, with bath, heat
nnu gas, unfurnished, for liousekeep-
,lng. gl3. In advance. 411 Gst. ne.ocl G-2t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, conven-
lent 10 Capitol. CJiO. depot, and Govt.
.Printing Office. 1281)81.. It
pnn wc.Twnrv-Nice furnished rooms.
with or without l,ird; to man. and
; wife or two young men. U32 Esl.nw. It
FOB RENTr-Nf'tly fur. room on 2d
floor. 7; 1 front on 2& floor. $r; liolh
have heat, gas, use of Huh; pri. family;
near Govt. I'rlutimr and I'nislon ofllces.
Icaraihis'. 82tlstt. nw. It
FOR RENT Very deslrabX' 2d lloor
front ronuiy with or without board.
Apply 734 Gth St. nw. lcJ "-2t
FOR RENT Very desirable, newlv
papered ind fnmished rooms. 222
India im ave. nw. oclG-4t
'FOE RENT THE ENTEUl'ElSE
, AGENCY, lit) K nw., wants party to
'take part of houseMiUo rooms to rent. 1 1
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, singly
. or en guile, or furnished Imuse of 1G
rooms, nicely rurnisbed: or would eell out
good will of establishment of long standing.
Item verv cheap to a responsible person.
Address G. Z., this office. It
FOR RENT 2 or 3 large rooms, fur
v lushed or unlurnislied. 917 7th st
FOR RENT Large nil furnished renin
torrent. InijUire 31H 4lhst.se. lt-eni
FOR RENT Nicely furnlh"d room iu
pmaie. lamily. wltn or without beard.
1124 0th st. nw. s oc41-3tcm
FOR RENT Two furniihed rooms,
with i.eut and light, convenient to three
car ltns, leimsinooerai-: witn or wiltiout
board. Addrebs No. 1713 dth stnw.
FOR light housekeeping, two rooms;
fur. or utifur. 605 N. J. ave. nw.
TWO large communicating rrtoms for
housekeeping; watornnd batli on floor;
rent. MO. 35K,st. lie. It-em
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms lor single gentlemen, or coupleof
two gentlemen occupying one room, central
to all car lines, private family. Call 911
S st. nw. ?Sil-,,;n
FOR RENT Three or four fresh
is-ipered, unrur. rooms; southern ex
posure: a. ni. 1.; second floor; no children,
light hou&ekci'pirg. 013 0th and Atker
st. tie. ocl3-Dt
FOR RENT One furnished front room,
auliKir. 111HN. Y.ave-.nw. ocl2 7t
FOR RENT 309 U st. nw., 2 or 3 11 n
furnislicu rooms for light housekeeping-
FOR RENT Front room, well heated
and lighted, and will furnished. In
prrrau-faiiujr. ir,lS12iht-n-. oc!4;7t
FOR RENT Nicely fur. 2d story front
room: south and east exposure; heal.
gas and bath; all mod. imp.; neat nisi
clean: homccomforts. 33Mst.nw. oel.'!-3t
FOR RENT Two nenllv fur. hall
rooms, -u ana .su iioor. u 111111 sr.
'FOR RENT Two orthree pleasant, un
furnivhed room ou 2d floor, near 3
Oiues cars: reut $13. Apply 1610 8lh
st. nw. oel42t
FOR RENT 731 12th st. nw.. fur-
1 iiishctl rooms fur light housekeeping.
$12 iter month. nl'14-31
OF YOTJR S1TAEL AD.
'FOR RENT Two large tin fur. rooms.
I 2d lloor: 2-fur. noms3d floor; with
lioard; terms reasonable; ilrst-tldss table.
1332 lltli st. nw. 1 ci:l-3t
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms ou
3d floor, abo parlor Tuniished. Apply
1121 10th nw. oitl3-3t
FOR RENT OiUy $14.50. 4 large
rooms. ,Jd floor, heat, gas. 142 A lie.
FOR RENT H"4 12th st. nw., Inrge
communicating front robins, single or
en suite: newly furnished; new baths; rirsl-
class table board; terms moderate. oc!3-3
FOR RENT 123 N. Carolina avc. se..
luccty lurinsbed rooms with board, at
a moderate price. of I13-3t
FOR RENT Unlur., 2 lront rooms lor
light housekeeping. OWNER, 510 3d
St. ne. oc!3 3t
FOR RENT 1129 14th st. nw., fur
nished rooms. Call before 10, or lie
tween 3 and 6 p. m. oc!2-7t
FOR KENT Unrurulshed 1010 8th
st. :iw., to adults only, several good
rooms, witli alcove and hay window, on
third floor, suitable far light housekeep
ing; premises occupied by owner; references.
In good property, or in sound business
ventures? We can put you on therighttrack.
Or do you want to borrow money? We can
get it for you, against good security. We
have many sound investments on our books.
T. 0. ANUERSON & CO.,
Real Estate and Business Exchange, 907
WANTED-rParluer with $300 to en
large stock iu an established I grocerr
northwest; splendid inducements. At)
ply 1236 22d St. oclC-2t-eni
FOR SALE Grocery; cheap for cash;
cash trade; other business. 445 New
York ave. ocl 5-4t
FOR SALE Cigar, tobacco, and sta
tionery store, doing good business; good
reason-tor selling.; Address QUICK, this
ations based on patents organized and
firomoted; extended facilities fori the en
istment of capital. Address CORPORA
TIOXS. tills office. oc!5-3t
STORES and otlierbuslness sold without
puuiicity. W. K. McCOY, room 34,
Le Droit nldg. ocl5-.7t
FOR SALE At a great bargain, stock
of groceries, meats and provisions: fix
tures included: good stand; for 5 days
only. 400 1st, st. ne. ocl4-3t-eni
J. F. ABEL, expert mechanician, hasf
Ktfililishprl n Chun nnil InGl-illoil im.
'proved machinery at G36 G st. nw.; he. Is
jircimn-u 10 uemgu anu construct ex
perimental machinery of higli grade, to
make models for inventors and patterns
for castings; he has a large experience In
those specialties; satisfaction guaranteed.
FORTUNE made by present advance in
values, out nowhere so quickly- as by
onr plan of successful snpeulation An fruit.
itiis the best method in use. Our book ex-
'nl.ltin ..MmlntlAn k... ...nit ...,,... .. .
iMu.ua bucvumuuu jj lucui iliuv; i&eiu ireei
Iiigbeit bank references, act quickly. PAT-'
T180N &.CO., 51 Omaha Blag., Chlcago.Ill.
BI AN. with $1,000 to Invest wants-to
luy into any paying business. Address
F. A. M this office. ocl3-4t
WHITE for latest pampUetonCrlp
pie Creek cold mining stocks'' and:
weekly quotations.of stock market: Bent:
free on- applieatfottto J; p. KANE-A-iCO..
Colorado Springs. Colo. cl-20t
HBITHEB.' foot race nor a funeral:
the. present attraction Is that -we are
selling elegant custom made sulu and
overcoats, the "least bit worn." at figures
Htiat will do you good to Investigate.
lUBTH'S OLO BTANU. 619 D st. nw.
FKOF. TRUE. 714 F st. sw., -world's
wonder worker, the only dead trance
writing medium in tlio city, always elves
perfect satisfaction, or makes no charge.
If you are going to consult a medium
employ the lest. it Is the cheapest In the
end. 1'rof. True lireaks spells, gives luck,
unites the separated, removes family trou
ble, and never falls. Always at home.
Fee. ROr. and $1. Cut this out. ocl6-2t
EGYPTIAN Gypsy Seventti daugh
ter of the seventh generation: she can
take off 'spells and cause to marry as well
as tell you the past aud future: persons
calling at the tent next to railroad will
ask for MME. BURNETT.
Take Ecklngton and Soldiers' Home
cars - ocl4-7t-en
DETECTIVE work promptly attend
ed to. wiui the utmost sei-recy; very
highest refs.: shadowing" a speclall: sat
isfaction guaranteed, or no pay; consulta
tion free: in all day Sundays: give me a
trial. MORGAN BKAHFOllU, Jr., 731
11th St. nw. ot'13
I AM bot a countess or a gypsy queen;
was not horn with uoaul: am not n sev
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am here to slay: I am true to my pat mas
and always will be until I turn to clay:
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all; hours to 9. 324 E. Cnp.8t.ocl3.lS
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sires to commuuUate with men of means.
Quick returns for small luestments. Will
stand closest scratlny. Addrc& GOOD
CHANCE, this office. oc9-tf
PROF. CLAY is the oldest estah
llslnil, only reliable, genuine and nat
ural born clairvoyant and medium in
this city: rcM-als every hidden mjsterr.
finds losses, brings separated together,
-tnd causes steedj marriage with the one
you love by proper advice; if jou are In
bad luck he will charge It: removes fam
ily troubles, evil Influences, cures spells,
tills who are your enemies, how to oxer
come them and avoid all troubles: aiHiec
011 busir.itc. loe arfalrs, absent friends,
burled treasures, or what business Jou are
lust suited to be successful; he tieier rails
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He surprises all who hao consulted htm.
Fifteen years ilabllshed: fee 60 cents:
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f: II st.. bet. 4 12 and t:th sis. sw.
LADTES needing confidential treat- j
mem. A' safe and sure relief In nU
female trouble, constipation, irrcgulnrl- 1
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MME. ROTSTON. Benuty Special
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complexion made perfect; uo lialo. u
porous; I'onsuirniion ine, uauy 11' co 1.
and J: to G, except Sunday
THROUGH ONE AD,
possible room: renters
bead toe times-
TIMES SHALL ADS.
COST LESS AND
WANTED-A man toprosecutcaclalm
in Choctaw Nation, which claim is
certain and sure; worth from $10,000 or
$15,000 or more: will give one-half to
obtain thercst. Call at Philadelphia House,
Pa. ave., bet. 3d and 4 1-2 st6 ask for
MEDICINE MAN. " ocl2 5t
IF YOU want to buv a bicycle join
the Merling Bicycle Club, now form
ing; membership limited. 924 !lth st. nw.
PIANO lessons L. 8. McElhlnney. No.
40 I'.n st. nw.; experienced teacner;
red need rates.
.MME. ESTEI'LE tells all events of
llfe:gtesadvice in domestic troubles;
I strictly confidential: and heals all kinds
or sores, the latter for ladies only: hours,
9 a. in. to 10 p. m. 913 19tb st- nw.
DR. TAYLOR. 900 F st- nwi. makes
full sets of teeth for $5; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold f hung. $1 ; amalgam. 50c so4-tX
ACME. BROOKE telli all the events
of lire; all business confidential; ladies
and gentlemen, 50 cents eaclu hours. 9 a.
m. to 9 p. ra. 605 New York ave. nw.,
near Gth st. oc8-14t
MME. GOFF. therenownedclalrvoy
ant, returned to the city and has taken
rooni.s at 508 1.2 13th st. nw.;can be con
sulted on the past, present, ami future; ad
vice on all business matters; consulted
from 9 a. m. to 9 p. rm ocll-7t
Br. Mary Gordon, tells you all tilings
and gives a proper-remedy for your trouble.
Alwaysathome. 110'JGst.nw. se2g-lm
J. T. WALKERSONS. 204 lOthst.
nw.. carpet lining, felts, fire brick and
clay, osbestos. paints: brushe lime, cement,
two and three-ply roofing materlal.apr21-tf
THE Wonderful Remedy. Cancers cured
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I OR- RENT STJBUBBAN
FOR RENT At Betbesda. Mont. Co..
Md a store.' together with 10-room
dwelling house; newly papered; situated
on the-electric rallwayr.will rent house or
store senarate: mod chance for a bnsl-
,ness man, who can cut meat: nlentv of
.stableroom. For terms address AMANDA
iucuxbcliiiais, rjeiucsua r. u.. aionr
co.. Md. ocl5-4t-emi
EOR REN1C STAllLiES.
FOR KENT-Stableewith 2 stalls 'and"
x room lODcarnsceaouiieca. sibk,
I. ave. nw. ocl 3-3 ti
BRING your Bills and claims: no charge
for consultation. H. D. GORDON", At-
lorney, vxa r sz. mr.
LACB curtains laundered by hand. 35c.
a pair: mail orders promptly attended
to. 25 F st. nw. It
T1? S2.G0 for heatuur stoves: ranees
.00: lounges S2.S0: bed' room ana
parlor suit $1.00 per -week, af HEU
MOND'8. 719 7th st. nw. oclB-7t
THE latest fall styles of wall papers are
now coming. In. Rooms papered from
$2 up. CHAB. W. EVANS, 222 13th st
"WANTED Lodgers; board IS desired.
A GENUINE Southern Gumbo served
at Brown's, 1413 G St., Tuesday, at
p. m. octl4-2t-cm.
REOPENING The Cottage Lunch
Uoom; first-class tioard cheap and
home-like cooking; $3.50 per week. 107
Pa.ave.and lststmw. oc!4-3t
JTTRT UECEIVEU-Ftue lot young Ca
ban parrots, guaranteed to talk: also
monkeys, canaries, mocking birds, gold
fish. dogs, and fat.y pigeons. SCIIMID'S.
712 12lh st. nw.. brunch 122l Pa. ura
SOLID comfort for sick or well, Mark's
uujiiKtalile folding chair; send for
catalogue. W. L. I'FEIFFLK, 417 lllh
St. nw ccl2-7t
RnsSET.T.'H canltal irullers. home
made, ueiivered fresh dally. 10 eentsi
per oozeu. oenu oniers lo. iuu win st
ne. ocltl, 14, 15.17.19
VIL,I, launder your lace curtains for
3b cis. n iroirand guarantee-giHidTvorfc.
K WALLACII, COS E St. nw
J. D. MERRITT- Phoiogrupher. re-
mtveu 10 4fitf anil 4G1 1'n. ave. uw.;
nil work strictly flrsteLiss. e2filni
MONK'S, US1 Ksl.liw.
HEARING restored, ringing in ears
stojipeit, intarrli cured. Consultation
free. Ur. GIlAG Y. 1407 S. Y. uve. nw.
GUNS. Killer. Kevolvers, loading tools,
iiuniers' outfits. watcheK, jewi-iry.
guitars, vtolln.1, b.iiijos.mBiidolins.aialiout
one-half regular dealers' i.ricei at PAWN
SHOP No llill'l r, fi. 11 w oel-Omo
NOTICE All persons are cautioned
a gainst 1 rust iugoriTcilitiuguny member
of my family on mv aicount, as 1 will
pay no .bills contracted by them. A. L.
1'IIILLIPS. 1331 U st. nw. V.'.isliington.
B.C.. Oct, 14, lBflj. oclD-1't-etn
"VOTERS Ohioans and others going
home to oie can secure transiiortatioc
certlllcates, good 011 all roads, one fan- for
round trip, at 1100 O st. nw., riom IL O.
POTTER. Cn'n Com. on TramiHirtatloii O.
Kep.A'bu. oclo.10,23.2 l,284iol
GENUINE Snuiherii Gumbo n-rvid at.
Urowus, 1413 G st., Tuicuay, 4 p.m.
J. PFLEGING, Tailor.
With W. II. CRANSTON".
1137 r. are. , cor. 1 Jth st
" FormetlyltuJsW. Dell. 5ttt ark XT.
quickly iu real estate and no risk:
I am forming a syndicate for the purchase
of four hundred and fifty thousand rent
of ground In the Northwest at IO cents per
square foot: about one-half its present
value. S.1U0 the lowest subscription re
ceived. Tor further particulars call upon
CA MPBELL CA RKINGTON.
Attorney at Law, No. 505 D st.nw.
The regutir quarterly meeting of "The
Rochdale Co-operatUe Society, of the
District of Columbia," will be held at Typo
graphical Temple, 423 G street northwest,
Tu-sday evening. October 15, 1895, 7:30
o'clock. Mctulicrs are requested to attend.
Pit-sent your trade card at the door.
By order of the executive committee,
L. S. EMERY,
8UGst.nw. Secretary of the Society.
PUT TOUR AD.
FOR THE PRICE OF ONE.
ITATIOa CORNER Or oIXTH ABO n
In Effect Soot. 0.1 805.
IO 30 A. M- PENNSYLVANIA LIM-
1TEU. Pullman Sleeping. Dining, Smok
ing, and Observation Cars Haxrisburg to
Chicago. Cincinnati, Indianapolis. St.
Louis. Cleveland, and Toledo. Buffet
Parlor Car to Harrlsuurr.
in 30 A- IMC- EAbT LINE. Pullman
Battel ParlorCar to Harrlsburg. Parloi
and Dining Cars. liarisburg to I'ltu
burz. 8 4QP a.- CHICAGO AND ST. Lonra
EXl'REba. Pullman Buffet Parlor
Car to Harrlsburg. Sleeping and Dining
Cars. Harisburg to St. Louis. Cincinnati
Louisville, and Chicazo.
1 JLO P- M. WESTERN EXPRESS.
Pullman Sleeping Car to Chicago, and
Harrlsburg to Cleveland Dining Car to
T-IO P- M. SOUTHAYESTERN EX
PRESS. Pullman Sleeping and Dining
Cars lo St. Louis, and Sleeping Car,
Harrlsburg to Cincinnati.
10,40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS
Pullman Bleeping carta Pittsburg.
T.SO A. M. for Kane, Canandalgua.
Rochester, and Niagara Falls daily, ex
1 0.30 A. M. rorEImirn and Renovo.
daily, except Sunday. For Williams
port dally. 3.40 p. m.
T.IO P. 3M. for Willlamsport. Roches
ter. Bafrolo. and Niagara Falls dally,
except Saturday, with sleeping car Wash
ington to Bucpension Bridge via Buffalo.
1 0.40 P. M. for Erie. Caiiaudaigua.
Itochester. Buffalo, and Niagara Falls
daily, sleeping car Washington to ELmira
For l'llllailflulilii. Now York mid tba
4,00 P, "X.. "CONGRESSIONAL LIM-
ItED" AU Parlor Cars, with Dining
Car from Baltimore, for New Tors
dally, for Philadelphia week-days. Regu
lar at 7.05 (Dining Car). 7.20, 9.00.
10.00. (Dining Car), and 11.00 (Dining
Car) a.m.. 12.15, 3.10, 4.20.G.40. IO.OO!
and 11.35 p. m. On Sunday. 7.08
(Dining Can. 7.20. 9.00. 11.00 (Dining
Car) a. ni.. 2.15, 8.16. 188.8.131.52. 10.00;
end 11 35 p. m. For Philadelphia only.
Fast Express 7.D0 a. m. week-days- Ex
press 2.01 and.B.40 o. m. daily.
For Boston, without change, 7.50 a. m.
week days, and 3.15 n. m. dally.
For Baltimore. G.25, 7.05. 7.20. 7.50, 9.00.
10.00. 10.30, 11.00 and 11.50 a. m.!
12.15. 2.01. 3.15, &40 (4.00 Limited).
4.20. 4.3G, 5.40, 6.05, G.40, 7.10. 10.00,
10.40. 11.15 and 11.35 p. m. Ou Bun-
" day, 7.05, 7.20. 9.00. S 05, 10.30. 10.00
a.m.. 12.15. 1.15,2.01.3.15, 3.4014.00
Limited). 4.20. 5.40. G.05. 6.40. 7.10,
10.00. 10.40 and 11.35 p. m.
For Pone's Creek Line. 7.20 a. m. and 4.3S
p. m. daily, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.20, 9.00 a. m.. 12.16 and
4.20 p. m. daily, except Sunday. Sun
days. 9.00 a. m. and. 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Rich
mond. Jacksonville and Tampa, 4.S0
a. m.. 3.30 p. m. daily. Richmond, and
Atlanta. 8.40 p. m. daily. Richmond
only. 10.57 a. ra. week-days.
Accommodation for Quantico. 7:45 a. ra
dally, and 4:25 p. m. week days.
For Alexandria. 4.30. 6.35, 7.45. 8.40.
9.45. 10.67. 11.50 a. m.: 12.50. 1.40.
3.20, 4.25. 5.U0, C.37. G.15, 8.02J
10.10. and 11.39 p. 01. On Sunday at
4.30. 7.45, 9.4G a. ni.; 2.45, G.15,
8.02. and 10.10 p. ni.
Leave Alexandria- for Washing!. n, 6.0.
6;43. 7.05. 8.00. 9.10. 10.1G, 10.28.
a- m.: 1.00. 2.15. 3.00. 3.23. C.0Q.
B.30. B.13. 7.00. T.20. 0.10. 10.5&
10.28 n. ni.; 2.15,. C.30. 7.00. 7.20k
9:10. and 10.02 p. t
Ticket orflcej. northeast comer of This-
teentli street and Pennsylvania- avenua.
nd at- the station. Blxthr and, B street.
wbere orders can be- left for the checking
st baiaiasa-ta.deatinall6a-froiu Wtli arj
WASHINGTON. D. C.
REV. B. L. WHITMAN. D. D.. Presldect
Examlnatlonof Candidates for Admission
to College. Medical, and Dental Schools,
September 20 and 21.
CoIIiiot Session begins September" 23.
Session of Academy begins September 23.
Session of Medical School beg 1 us Oc
Session of Dental School begins Oc
tober 1. -
Session of Scientific Behool begins Oc
Session of Law School begins October 3.
Session of Graduate School begins Oc
THE PREPARATORY SOTOOL.
Thorough preparation for the Col
Icgn. for tlio Scientific School, (or
tin-Naval mid Military Acndeiule.
uihI for biibliiexK.
FulICliiHMieiiliiud Sclent If fcCou rses.
Open to ktudontM of both seiem.
THE COUCOItAN SCIENTIFIC
Forty-seven Frofoior rind In
atriictorH; twenty-three full de
lirtiiieiilk; twelve full course! tti
Ktudy. SpecUil xtudent. udlllltted.
THE I.AU" CHOOL.
Twelve proreKHorH, lncludlui; two
Atm'lnto JutficCH of the United
StiitiH Supreme Court.
THE MEUICAI. SCHOOL.
Thirty profenMirM mid afiHlstants.
Thi uourrtu 1 four yetirti.
THE DENTAL hCHOML.
Sfsenteen iirufesiMirN: unuina
fiictlltli-a- 'i'lio con co U three
Tni: GltAUITATE SCHOOL.
Counter of udvanced lm.tnictlon,
I-Hillng tu M. A., M. S.. C.E.. E. .,
mid l'h. D.
For catalogue dcs-crip'lve of the several
courses address ROBT. H. MA.RTIN.
TnE LAW SCHOOL FACULTY.
REV. B. L. WHITMAN. D. D.. President.
ThcIIO.V. WALTER S.COX. EL. D.. Dean.
(Associate Justice oX the Supreme Court
of the II ii.tr let of Columbia.)
Professor of tbo Law of Real Estate, of
Contracts, and of Commercial Paper.
The HON". JOHN M. HAKLAN. LL. D
(Asbociate Juslice jf the Supreme Court
of the United States.)
Professor of the Constitutional Jurispru?
dence of the United States, of the Law
of Domestic Relations, of Per
sonal Properly and of Torts.
The Hon. WILLIAM A. MAURY, LL. D.,
(Sometime Assistant Attorney-General ot
the United States.)
Professor of Eiiuity Jurisprudence, of Com
mon Law and Equity Pleading, and of
the Law of Evidence, and the
Jurisdiction and Practice ot
the U. S. Courts.
The Hon. DAVID J. BREWER. LL.D
(Associate Justice ot the Supreme Court
of the United States.)
Professor of the Law ot Corporations.
Prof. G. H. EMMOTT. LL. M
(of the Johns Hopkins University,)
Lecturer on the Civil Law.
HEXRY E. DAVIS. LL. M..
(Sometime Assistant Attorney ot the Dis
trict ot Columbia.)
Lecturer on the UUtory of Law.
WILLIAM F. MATTISGLY. Esq,
(of (he Washington Bar.)
Lecturer on practical Commercial Law.
The Hon. ANDREW C. BRADLEY,
(Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
or the District ot Columbia,)
Lecturer on Criminal Law and 1111 Criminal
Pleading and Practice.
The Hon. BENJAMIN BUTTER WORTH.
(Sometime United States Commissioner ot
Professor ot the Law of Patents.
WILLIAM G. JOHNSON. LL. M,
(of the Washington Bar.)
Professor of Legal Caicebetlcs, Common-
Law Practice, and Judge of the
COURT OF APPEALS.
WILLIAM F. MATTINGLY,
EENEY"E. n.WIS. CHARLES W. NEED
HAM, Associate Justices.
ROBERT H. MARTIN.
Secretary and Treasurer.
The Howard l'niiort,lty Law" School
Will onn TUESDAY. Oct. 1, at 6:30 p. ro. TOT
TIO.VFKKE. For circulars containing further
Information address JAMES F. IlUNDY. Secre
tary onice in L&w School Building. 43) 5th st.
nw. Tim scnool is npsa to all, WITHOUT DIS
TINCTION OF KAUhOl: &EX. who aro over IS
years of ago and poss proper qualifications.
Washington School of Expression,
METZEROTT MUSIC HALL,
Voice a specialty, oratory, reciting, physical
culture thorough short course for busy
Eeople, $10, Nono hut natural methods taught.
ay aud eveulug classes.
WiL a. 1IOWRER, PrincIpaL
SCHOOL OF AMATEUR PHOTOG-raph)-.
Photography taught by popular
methods. Compreneuslve coue in the
various branches of Amateur Photugraphy.
Tuition at moderate rates. Lessous cum
mence Oct. 16. Address CHARLES E.
FAIRMAN, No. 325 Spruce st., Le Droit
NATIONAL Academy of Fiuc Arts
Drawiug anil Painting. Thorough in
struction lor artists, teachers, decorators,
designers, illustrators, parents nrd children.
In ever brauih of art. Vortralts to
order in every style, from $10 to 53,000
Old or lniured pictures cleaned, varnished,
restored. In the most skillful manner. 502
E st. nw. se22-tf
uurnHLvs building, ioth and d
STS. N. W.
We teach electricity In science and ap
plication. Applied mechanics. Mechanical
uniugniiug unu uesigmug. run lauora
tory and practical shop courses. Latest
and best methods. Not the "only school
in the world." but lhe best in Watbingtoa
Opens Octotier 2. Call at the ofllce for
full particulars, or address the principal,
GEORUE EDW. HUNTOS.
LADY STUDENTS ADMrri'EU.
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT; OF THE
1325 H st. nw.. tr- -Washington.
D. C. The seven ty-fourta
cession begins October 1. 1893. The In
troductory lecturo will be delivered by
Dr. W. W. Johnston at 8 p. m. October 1.
Kegular daily lectures at 5JJ0 p. m. Every
facility fur clinical and laboratory
work. Laboratories open day and even
log. DO. D. K, SnUTE. Dean.
1120 New York ave.
DR. E. A. DE SCUWEINITZ,
sel7-lmo 1325 H st. nw.
Mount Vernon Seminary
CORNER M AND ELEVENTH STREETS,
WASHINGTON. D, C.
A SELECT 1JESIDENCE AND DAY
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES
AND LITTLE GIRLS.
Twcnty-firt year opens TUE3DAY. Oc
tober first. Large and attractive build
ings, thoroughly equipped with every re
quisite of a rciined home and a progres
Applications for admission of pupils to
the day school may be mudcuf terSeptember
fifteenth, between the hours of ten and one
o'clock each morning.
MRS ELIZABETH J. SOMERS,
Education Below Cost
For young men. In 12 branches of study;
every oui-a-brcad-wlmiert evening sessions
only at.the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion Business Schnol, 2d floor. Lehman build
ing, 1425 New York ave. avr. Call rr full
glasses beginOct.l?Engll3h branches.
Business, classes. Elocution. .Journalism,
Slterature. Dancing;- Delsarte. French and
ADA L. SMITH, Sup. MlO-tt
(otpeafor'tlierere.lloiiof students. .
Profi Charles E. Monroe; Ph. D.
William R. Smith. Sunt. Botanical
Carden, U. S". A
Nancy-D.Richards. M. D,
John F. Grcen.Insrt,
For farther Information apply, at reaUeaos.
Maple Square, S. C Ave. and tub 8t S. E.
SCHOOL OF" LAW.
Est. J. HA'KENd RICHARDS. 8. J,
Frelsdent of the Untversity.
Hon. UENKY'B BROWN. LL. D.
(Justice Supreme Court ur the Unite
Lecturer or. Admiralty Jurisprudence!
Hon. MARTIN F MOKRIS. LL. D.
(Associate Justice Court or Appeals ottlM
District of Ciilumblai.
Lecturer on Constitutional and Interne
tiotinl Law and Compara
Hon. BETH SUEFAItD. LL D.
(Associate Justice Court ot Appeals of UM
DIM net of Columbiai.
Lecturer on lbs Law ir Corporations aoM
Hon. JEREIIIAH SI WILSON". LL. D
Lecturer on the Law ur Real Estate ana
the Law of Evidence
JOSEPH J. DARLINGTON. LL. D.
Lecturer on the Law of l'creonal Prop
erty srd Contracts
GEORGE E HAMILTON. LU D .
Lecturer 011 Practice. Testamentary Law
ni.d Er.ulty I'.'rflilli.g and Practice.
R. ROSS PEItRT. A M.. LL. D..
Lecturer on Conimoo Law Pleading. Crimjr
nnl Law. ard Drmcuic Relations.
Eev BENE HOLAIND. 8. J..
Lecturer on Natural Law.
Lecturer oil Civil Law.
CHARLES A DOUGLAbS. Esq..
Lecturer on the Law if Torts and NegoUsr
Circuit Court MICHAEL J COLBERT.
Court of Appeals Messrs TALLMADGH
A. LAMBERT. JOB BARNARD. an
HENKY WISE GARNETT.
SAMUEL M YEATMAN. A. It.
Secretary and Treasurer.
The twenty-sixth annual session ot
the School of Law opens WEDNESDAY,
OCTOBER 2. 1803. at 6:30 n .m.. in
commodious, specially designed L r
Bcliool Building. Nos. 506 and 506
street northwest, when the Introductory
lecture will be delivered and announce
ments mado for the ensuing ternv Pres
ent and prospective students, alumni
and all others- interested 111 legal educa
tion are cordially invited to be present.
The secretary can be seen in his of
fice in the law building daily after
Beptember 13. from G to 7 p. m. for la
formatlon. enrollment, etc. Those pro
posing to connect themselves Tvlth tba
fcchool tor the ensuing term are request
ed to enroll tlielr names before the open
leg nigbtand thus avoid thedclayiucideut
to that occasion.
Circulars giving the course of study,
terms, etc.. can be obtained at boot stores
of W. II. Morrison's Sons. 1326 P street
northwest: Lowdermlll: & Co., 1424 F street
norhtwest, and John Byrne & Co.. 1322 F
street northwest, and at W. S. Thompson's
drug store. 703 Fifteenth street north
west, or on application personally OX
by letter to the undersigned.
B. M. YEATMAN. Secretary.
NORWOOD INSXITXCrE A.
Home and Bay School for Girls. 1704
N St., near Connecticut ave.
MRS. WM. a. CABELL.
MR. HEUNDON MORSELL.
Pupil of Francesco Larnpertl. of MUM
Btudlo at residence. 1410 15th St. nw.
SHORTHAND A SPECIALTY.
By H. C. Tanner, Granite bldg.. corner F
and Ninth streets. Call or send for cir
cular, eel 7-1 mo
GUNSTON INSTITUTE, 1212 and
1214 14th st. nw. Fourth session opens,
Sept. 25. MS. and MRS. B- B. MASON.
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOA2T.
WANT money? Money loaned on. in
surance policies. INSURANCE, this of
MONEY to loan in all parts or the Dla
k met. GRACE M. THOMAS, Room
100. Corcoran building. ocl2 3c
MONEY"! MONEY! MONBX1
Wi" linve it.
We will lend It.
W want you to havolt.
All we want is satisfactory reai estata
6ecurity. Come to ua with your appli
cations and we can tell you what we
will do as soon an we examine the property.
T. O. ANDERSON & CO..
Real Estate and Business Exchange. DOT
WE have the following amounts to loan
on approved real estate in the District:
S3.00O. 5.5.OOO, S6.000. $10,000. ot lowest
rates ot interest; no delay. HEBRON &
NIXON. 1304 F st. nw.
TT. TC. F'TTI.TON"S Loan Office. 1218
Pa. ave. nw. Established in 1870.
Money loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew
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watches. Jewelry, and silverware. uu20-6Bi
MONEY to loan on bonds. stocks, trusts,
loan association certificates, and old
hue life insurance policies; no delay -
YEUKES A BAKER.
40 to 4ti Metzc ran Bldg
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or as low- as sl.uoo, at 5 aud 6 per
cent on D. C. real estate: also S2C0.S500.
$750. etc. at 0 per cent WM. H. SAUN
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MONEY TO LOAN-All classes ot
real estate loans mode with promptness
si cureutrates. TUEMcLACHLEN REAL
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per Kith and G streets nw m9-tf
WANTED-The loan ot SS.OOOonflrst
ciass insiuo property: no agents. 703
19U1 St. so 12 tX
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ou District of Columbia realty: no delay
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WALTEI: U ACKER. 704 14th rnr. -frai-tf.
IN" A BEAR COUNTRY.
How Doo Stiindlej- Killed a linn of
"I believe I got as big a bag of bears in
as short a time as any man ever did,"
said Doc Standley, the ex-shenff and bear
hunter of Mendocino.
"A bag of bears," exclimed the young
man who had Just been telling about, a
bag of snipe he had once killed. "What
were they little fellows; what Is it you,
call tlieru kittens; no, cubs; that's it."
"No, sir: they were not kittens or cubs.
They were bears," declared Doc. "I
think I piled up about a ton of bear meat
in about thirty seconds. 1 was out hunt
ing In the southern part of Trinity county
about seventeen or eighteen years ago.
We had killed about forty deer and three
panthers and a bear or two in a couple
of weeks and were pretty near ready to
break camp when I thought I would go out
and kill another deer to take home fresh.
It was late In the afternoon, and I was
creeping along through the brush when
suddenly I came out into a little opening.
I stopped to see If there was any sign o
deer, and while I stood looking about a
big black bear climbed up on the trunk of a
big fir tree that had been uprooted. Jle
wasn't thirty yards away, and I plugged
him in the ear. He rolled off the log
and down the hill toward me, but before
I lind time to sec If he was dead another
bear climbed up on the same log to see
what the row was about. I shot it In the
head, and it rolled down the same way
the. other Had gone. Up climbed a big 2-year-old
to take its place, and after I had
shot It two big yearlings, one after tho
other, clambered up on the log to be jhot r
"Every one rolled down hill townrd ma
and were kicking and thrashing around
not ten steps away. By that time r came
to the conclusion that I was In a hear
country, and Ididn'tloee any time climbing
a sapling. TYhen I got well braced up
atnons- the limbs r sat and pumped lead
at that pile of bears; every time one. kicked
I gave him a. bullet tOl they all stopped
kicking; I had five bears in one pile,
and I think they must have-weighed over
a ton altogether." Ban Francisco Post.
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