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THE JEVKfflNQ TIMES. SATURDAY OCTOBER RX 88
THE TIMES' 32,000 SURETY SMALL ADS
REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW CENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS.
HELP WASTED MALE.
WANTED-Ei.enciiced lwriw butcher
to stand in market; must be i tood
address and a salesman. Address 110X 20,
"WANTED A white boy about ID or
10 vears old to lake tare or stock
and make himself uscnil about store. Call
Sunday morning bet. 11 and 12 o'clock,
THE HUH Pa. avo. and 14th st. oci.0 3t
WANTED-Alaily vUwa man to work
around store and saw wood nnil haul
home. COMFORTAbLE, 0U Pierce st.
lo day. It
WAMTE3)-A wliile barber at once.
041 I'a. ave. sc It
elites. 014 13lh nv(.
It WANTED- One -Jit ncdc-ugim er.
I lili st. nw.
WANTED-lo hire sober and industri
ous man by thediy to palm rough walls
of brick house; must tiring long ladder; state
wages expected. AddrebS "CAREFUL,"
this office. It
WANTED-3 colored men for drum
ming, tan make between $3 nud'Sa per
day. Address or apply 1823 K st. nw.
TCANTED-10 paper bangers at once.
J71C.GTLLETT A CO.. 733 9lh H.n.
WANTED-' man. who can grv e good
rclt.. nitti $780, as manager in a
branch ttore of an old-eta abhsheu business
home in this city. Address C. A., this
am 1 H .. 456C st.nw. oc23-3t
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED-2 chambermaids, 2 laun
m east's, and 3 scrubbers ( white) for
hotel. 014 13th nw. It
WANTED" iieuitu woman as cham
lierniaiu i.nd laundress; references re
nulreil. G14 13lh nw. It
G10 11 tli st. nw.
WANTED-A German governess for
two iliMiien. and one chambennild.
010 1 1 til st. nw. It
WANTED-Girl ror ecneral house
work; 2 in larnlly; $10 pera month.
TOR 12lli St. ne. It
WANTJfcJD A competent uurse to
wire tor ciald; must stay nights; refer
ences required. Apply at once. 404 1-2
1st st. nw. It
WANTED-Neat while girl In family
ot two; one who can wash, iron, cook,
anil bike bread. 211 K si. ne. It
WANTED-Respectable white girl to
cook anu do general housework; no
washing; good home for right party. Call
318 8ih St. nw. before 1 p m. It
TV ANTED- Reliable joung girl as
nurMMiiitstayat mglilHnd brlngfirst-
class references. Appl 1325 21st. nw.
WANTED-A good vett maker at
ollll K . 4C0 C 1 1, nw . oc24-3t
II ELI WANTED MALE AND
WANTED-Slie said: "I'd like lo kill
ncrl" 1'astor Her Sweni explains 8on-
day night. It
WILL gle 23 cents for copy of extra
T.ciung Times of September 12th,
1895. Address PAPER, this office.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
WANTED-By married man of strli tly
Miner iiauits, plain; as clerk In provi
sion or tea store, or any permanent platv.
Addre-s O. P., this ofilcc. oclO 3t
WANTED-A iilace- as ojsicr cook
and nn other branch in cookery. Ad
dres llix 15. this office. lt-crn
WANTD-A man being sick and out
of work tor a long lime, has wife and
four children In diiutute circumstances;
bis rent bem; dje. asks the loin of $0 for
three months from some benevolent gcntlo
m.uior ltdy. Apply PAUL, at this otflce.
WANTED-Bj colored chef, situation,
i:rs.t Uass man; will work second and
cheap for the winter; guaranteed. C. It. D.,
this office. lt
WAKTED-U)' a jourg white man,
place at an v kind of work; cau gUehest
of reference. Address J. DIXON, 433 N st.
nw.. third floor. It
WANTED-Place-as timer or coach
man in private family, or run furnaces.
Addn-s EDW. TURNER, 323 2nd st.sw.
WANTED-Position by practical fire
man: Iinnc boilers or attending rur
na cert during w inter; handy man with tools.
Aililrc-s X. Y. Z.. tills office. oc25-2t
TV ANTED Position as a t lend. in t on
lm.ihd gentleman by experlencetl, reli
able man; best reference,. K'lLUAIi. 'bis
WANTED-A thoroughly competent
man want spositiouasclerk; bookkeeper,
nccrvintant or correspondent; can furnish
highest testimonials; sakiry second consid
eration. Address L. 0. F., this office.
SITUATIONS WAITED FEMALE.
WANTED-A first-class washwoman
wants piacc to wash and Iron by the
day, month or week: a joung man also
wants place to uttend lires or wait on ta
ble morning and evening. 1G30 11th St. nw.
WANTED-A. good, respectable wom
an wants to do general housework In
a small Inmily. Call Saturday, Monday and
Tuesday. 1140 2Jd st. nw. It-em
WANTED-A young lady wishes em
ployment as demonstrator: experienced
and fully capable. Address DEMON STB A
TOR. thin office. oc2G-3t
"WANTED Uy a respectable woman,
a placo as first-class cook; can give
good city reference. Call at 1731 L st.
WANTED-Gmict.i1 housework, with
three in family. Address 1301 Chester
WANTED-J good drctsmaker wishes
a few engagements in first-class
families at $1X0 per day; or work at
home: very rent unable, DRESSAIAKEH,
710 21 tt St. nw. oc24-Gt
WANTED-A jiosltlon as matron or
huusekeeiHir In school or some Institution;
best or relerences. MISS LOU MYERS.
lock box 27. Washington. 1). C. oc23-4t
XV A NTI'.D MlbCE LLA NEO US.
WANTED Second handed incubator
wanted. Addicss A. R. L., this office.
"WANTED Surrey, harness, and light
covered wagon. GEO. LEWIS, P. O.
box 408. It
Box 10. this office.
buy two second-hand
"WANTED Modern Job printing press,
luxlo, must be a bargain. .Address
CASH, this office. oc25-2t,em
FARM! wanted at once To lease GO to
luu acres of good land between Wash
ington aud italtlmnre; must have house In
good condition and good water; place hav
ing running brook or small lake preferable:
would buy ir suited. Answer, stating full
particulars, to IMPROVEMENTS, this of
WANTED Remington typewriter
cheap lor cah: must be In good condl-
tion. Addreia Box 395, City P.O. oc24-3t
FRANCIS' IMPROVED CLASTICAS
phaltum Paint For roofs, walls, fences
and marine painting; leaks stopped tree;
work guaranteed. 401 3d st. nw.
WANTED Horses to winter at C. H.
Parker's stock farm. Lay HiU, Mont-
S ornery Co., Md.; box stalls, $8 per month.
. 11. VAEKER, 435 4 1-2 st. sw., or at
above. . cl2 14t
WANTED-AH should know Dr. Mary
cordon tells truthfulness of friends,
business deal, or matrimonial venture.
Tells all your business affairs with utmost
truth: lost or stolen property; every hid
den mystery revealed; makes speedy and,
happy marriages with the one you love
by proper advice. Don't buy. sell, or
go cu a Journey until you consult Ibis
gifted lady in person or by letter. She
din gnoses your cose by spiritual Insight
aided by a staff of competent physicians
Ladles may consult in confidence on all
diseases peculiar to their sex. Officii
and residence. 1109 G st, nw. tc29-lni
WANTED Girls-to De selt-supportlnjn
married ladles to lessen dressmaking
Mils by learning to cut by Merchant Tailor
Square: particulars at school. 718 12lh
Wanted Try Rubber Roof Paint,
WX eTOP ALL LEAKS FREX
WANTED-115 single laly. In of
iltc, 2 unfur.. communicating, 2d-
nonr rooms; neuceinu gas, icuu uKKic-ruic-.
prompt. ).! and permanent: Capitol II 111
rrcu; rei. CACiiaiiKcu.
WANTED-Unfnr. roeni, w Hh cos. in
neighoorhood of lluriMii of Engraving;
state terms.' XV. O. A., 313 G St. iw.
WANTED liy a gentleman and wife,
an uiiiiiriiiltd Trout riKini. with board,
in a nuiei family within 20minui-' ivnlk
of Govt. rrintlnjOirke. Address U A STY,
this ylfle. OC25 2t
WANTED-Bj gentleman, wife and
ciuughtcr. 2 fur. communicating rooms
and bi aril, or suite of 3 rooms, use of par
lor ami privilege of caterer. Address T.
A. P.. tills office- oc23 6t-cro
money wanted and .to m,v.v.
JIONEr TO LOAN on city or sub
urban property: interest 5nor cent;
moderate charges- THOS. F. BARRETT.
r.19 12th st. nw. oc23 3t
moneyi money: mo.veyi
W have It.
Wc wilt lend It.
W' want you to have-It.
All we wunt is taillbfaj-tory real cstAU
feeurlly. Cooie to us Willi jour appli
cations nod we can tell you -what wa
will do assoon us we examine the property.
X. U.AAaLHAUiH A UU,,
Real Estate and Business Exchange.
FT. TC. FULTON'S r-onn off tee. 1218
Pa. ave. nw. Established In 1870.
Money lonned on watches, diamonds. Jew
elry, silverware, etc. Special bargains la
wnlrhcs. Jewelry, and silverware. au20 Ufa
MONEY to loan on bomls. Mocks, trusts,
loan association certificates, and old
spolicies; no delay
YERKKb A UAKV.R
40 lo4tiMHTcrotl Bldg
LMONEY TO LOAN-lo lame sums.
or na ifjir- na i,uuv, av u nuu o per
rent on D. C. real estate: also $2no, JBOO.
$7C0. etc.. at per cent WM. H. SAUN
DERS A CO.. 1407 F at. nw tf
MONEY TO I.OA.N-A1I cIbsrcs of
real estate loans made with promptness
st curcutrates TilEMcLACHCEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COJUTANY. cor'
uer loth and Q streets nw. mS tf
WANTED-Tbe loan ot $8,000 onrirst
class luaiuo property: no ajrenu. 708
18th st. el2 tf
7HOTVEY to loan at ft ana per cent,
ou District of Columbia realty: no delay
tf security is satisfactory.
WALTER H ACKEH. 704 14tb nw
WILL trade one-hair Interest in a good
business ror u cheap lot. CHEAP LOT,
this office. It
FOR SALE Saloon doing good trade!
license guaranteed, or no sale; will sell
lit once, owing to slcknuss. .Apply ROY,
this office. oc2G-.lt
A. A. CASH PAID
for stores and Blocks of merchandise of
any kind. Call or address U. F0IIS. How
ard House. Gth and Pa. ave. oc25-0t-cm
PABTNEK ho can furnish capital for
meat market for either place, one re
quires about $150, the other $350. I am
No. 1 meat cutter and will Invest also. Ail
HORSES clipped by electric power for
J A. G. PENNELL, G03 C. st. nw.
PRIVATE Carriage and horse for
hire ut houis i.ot needed by owner;
driver furnished; terms reasonable. Box
395 Citv P. O. oc24-3t
FOR ItENT FARMS.
FOR RENT A farm of 30 acn-s, near
8iUer Springs and T.ikoma Park, suit
able for a dairy or tnick garden, good budd
ings, running stream through the p'nee:
lnwrent. Apply 1 lOIMUthm.nw. oc2G-2t
LOST Hrown, leather pucketbook, with
valuable papers: no money; finder please
le.itc at this office. It-cm
LOST On Itennlng'x road, Itiadenstiurg
road, road leading from liennlng's to
Hladcnburg. or in city, lady's iMcketlHok.
contiiiiung 50 bhl, gentli man's gold ring
with set out, anu cotipie or pennies, ite
ward ir returned to II. R. C. 8II0CKEY,
LOST A young black dog, sjwttcd legs
anu oeuy; ieainer counr, wiiu name,
"Skip." on pUtle. Liberal reward If re
turned lo 1110 13th st. nw. oc26-lt-em
On Suit. 25. old female
nug. latin-, nearly blind. Large reward
for lur recovery or Information regarding
her whereabouts, u. u. little, is'27
15th st. nw. t24-7t
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE-A sein room cottage at
rlrookland; innwuicnt to cars, sdiool
house, and thurthes: only $2,800; terms
easy. GRACE M. THOSIAS, Boom 100
Corcoran lliilldiiig. oc2S-3t
FOR SALE-Iu the northwest, nice
corner house; all modem lmpro emeuts;
onlv $H.O00:muKt be seen to lie appreciated.
GRACE M. THOMAS. Room 100 Corcoran
FOR SALE A bargain A rine dou
ble house; 15 rooms; large cellar and
mod. Imps.; lot 50x145; brick stable; situ
ated on the high grounds north ot and
overlooking tho itly; only one-half square
from 14th st. cable; price. $21,000; re
duced from $28,000. J. T. DYER. 1 108 1-2
G St. nw. oc22 8t-cm
FOR SALE-No reasonable otrer re
fused for one or more G-room, b. w.,
a. m. 1., brick houses; cellars and stables;
near cable cars northeast, worth $3,000.
IV. J. FRIZZELL. 509 7th St. nw., office
Am. R. . I. Ass'n oelO-tf
FOR SALE A 10-ib '05 Liberty bl
ocle; 25-iiicti frame: used little over
one month; $75 cash; cost $.100; lamp, bell,
cjclometer, toe-clips 'and eleven months'
guarantee inciuucu. Auarcss liiierty,
this office. 1 t-cm
FOR SALE A goixl oil route wagon,
horse and harness: good reason for sell
ing. Address 1227 10th St. nw.
FOR SALE One blcjeie; high grade;
22 lbs : oo; cost $100 about 3 months
ago; In good condltiou. 80S L st. nw.
ORGANS. S2S "UP.
SX DOWN- SX "WEEK.
$1 down and $1 week for any
organ in stock. Greatly reduced
prices. Organs from $25 up. Best
F. G. SMITH. 1223 ra. ave. nw.
FOR SALE A small steam launch;
licreschori euglue and boner; can be
seen at Hitler's boat house oc8.tf-ern
PROPOSALS Tor supplies for tho
Navyard. Washington.D. C October
19, 1895. Sealed proposals, indorsed
"Proposals for Supplies for the Navy Yard,
Washington. D. C.. to lm nnpnuil TCn.
vember 5, 1895," will be received at tho
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts. Navv
Department, "Washington, D. C. until 1"2
o'clock noon, NOVEMBER 5, 1895, and
publUly opened immediately thereafter, to
furnish nt the Navy Yard. Washington, D.
C, a quantity ot zinc, brooms, brushes,
manila rope, dry goods, sheep sk ins. leather,
steel rorgings, and castings. The articles
must conronn to the Navy standard and
pass the usual naval Inspection. Blank
proposals will be riirnlshed uion anpllca-"
tlon to the Navy Yard, Washington, D.C.
The attention of manufai Hirers and deal
ers is Invited- Tjo bids, all tatterr
things being equal, decided by lot.
The department reserves the right to
waive derects or to reject nny or all
bids not deemed advantageous to the
Government. EDWIN feTEWAUT, Pay
master General. U. B.N. Oc26,20.no2.5
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES FOR THE
NAVY YARD AND NAVAL OBSERV
ATORY, WASHINGTON, D. 0.
October 5, 1895. Scaled proimsnls, en
dorsed "Proposals for Supplies for the
Navy Yard and Naval Observatory, "Wash
ington. D. C, to be opened October 22,
1895." will be received at the Bureau of
Supplies and Accounts, Navy Department.
Washington, D. C, until 12 o'clock noon.
October 32, 1895, and pnblicly opened Im
mediately thereafter, to furnish at the
Navy Yard, Washington, D. C, a quantity
ui uidw ruu. iiriscicK, iiarrauioa oil, mix
ings, and castings, and at the Naval Ob
servatory. Washington, D. C, ten three
arm protractors. The articles must con
form to the Navy standard and pass the
usual naval Inspection. Blank proposals
will be furnished upon application to the
Navy Yard. Washington, D. C. The at
tention of manufacturers and dealers Is
Invited. Tie bids, all other things beinr
equal, decided by lot. The Department re
serves the right to waive defects or to re
ject any or all bids cot deemed ndvanta
Seous tu the Government. EDWIN STEW
RT, Paymaster General. U. 8. N..
ocll.14 17 20 23 29
FOR HENT-Lnrgc parlor. Miitahle
fur light business, $30; basement for
caterer, $15; othir rooms, furnished and
unfurnished. 723 11th st. nw. oc-20 6t
1 81. ne. 3
FOlt BBHT-IUM 11th st.nw. Fur.
rooms; wiih or without board; private
family. 1 1
FOK RENT Elegant suite of rarli rs
on 1st ilnor: suitable for n doctor;
$30. HI N. V. ave. oo2-7t
FOR KENT 2d mory Inmt room;
lur. or kulur.; mcdcruic price. 41 5
21st St. nw. cc20-2t
FOR RENT 1 fur. reel. w2d iTc or;
gas, and batli; price $5. Apply 1248
8th st. nw. oc26-3t
FOR RENT ' fur- front rucin: 510.
Ills N. Y. ave. nw. oc20-7l
FOR RENT 1 i'o-i.iiry lr.nl room;
unfur.; with heat; $5 per month.
3033 lrih st. extended, ill. Pleasant.
FOR RENT Desk room or part of
office: 1:2x40; Ioiatlou fint class for
nny bjslness; steam tmd latrobe heat; verv
reasonable. Apply to H. G. POND, plumber.
No. 414 6tli at. nw. oc25 2t
FOR RENT 2 unfur. rooms, 2d floor;
heat and gas: llcht housekeeping; bath
on same floor. Gnu P st. nw. o23-3t
FOR RENT Rooms, Liifur. or turtly
fur, at 1811 ISth st. nw. o 2S-3t
FOR RENT 4S0 Q st. nw., 2 nitvlr
fur. rooms on 2d floor; suitablp for
light housekeeping; silver, table linen
anddlshesf irnlshed: $15 pernio. h-2i 2t
FOR RENT One second ntorv front
room and ball room unfur.; hath on
same floor; private family: no children.
1406 Columbus st.. Corner O. o-2S-3t
FOR RENT 1339 ICth st- nw., 2
communicating rooms, 2d floor;. hand
somely fur.; all modern improvements, and
furnace heat. oc2B-7t
FOR RENT 013 th st. nw.. fur.
rooms; singly or en suite, of 2, 3 or 4
communicating rooms; with board: pries
low. " oc25-3t
FOR RENT 1110 13th st. nw.. newly
fur. rooms, 3d floor: reasonable; nice
for gentlemen; excellent board near bv.
' o 2.--7t
FOR RENT Furnished
ery desirable 2d-fIoor rooms,
separnlely or together: private family;
cars pass; rent low;
ref. ex.; mod- imps.;
824 1st St. nw.
FOR RENT Nicely finished, well lo
cated rooms: references exchanged. Ap
plr 204 F st. nw. oct24-3t
FOR RENT 603 19th st. nw-.. rooms:
single or communicating; private bath.
EVANS. WYNDHAM &1EEVES,
Wholesale and Retail Tobacconists,
1612 Seventh St., N. W.
Washington, Oct. 25. 1 895.
Gentlemen We placed a want ad
vertisement in your paper this morn
ing, and up to this time, 2 p. m we
have had at least fifty replies and are
fully satisfied with our investment.
Evans, Wyndham & Reeves,
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms, for gentlemen; all modern con
veniences; private family. 608 22d St.
FOR RENT Large dining room ami
kitchen, to colored man and wife; privi
lege to cater and launder for guests in
the house; $10. Call No. 7 Dupont Circle.
FOR RENT-Large 2d-Mory front
room, unfurnished; $6 a month. 08
C St. nw. oc26-2t,cm
FOR RENT Unrurnlshed Inramilyot
two adults, 2 large, communicating.
Southern exposure, second floor rooms;
bath; new 'plumbing on same floor; halls
kept in best condition; light housekeeping.
103 E st. nw. lt-em
FOR RENT 1219 llih st. nw., 4 un-
lunushed rooms, newly papered and
palnfd; also one furnished; convenient
to nil lines of cars; delightful nelghlior-
hood: terms Tcry reasonable. lt-em
FOR RENT 1210 I st- nw., 2 suites,
suitable for member of Congress, or
others: both front. ocG-3t-em
van uemt-35 K St. ne. Unt'ir.. 2
larg" communicating rooms; bathroom
on floor: $10 lt-em
FOR RENT 800 L st. nw., corner
house, iroub rooms; uuy nmuow, sec
ond third floors; handsomely furnished;
near four car lines; no housekeeping; no
FOR RENT Desirable second floor at
707 5vh st. nw.; cabinet mantles; elec
tric bells; light housekeeping permitted.
FOR RENT Large front room, suit
able lor parlor or bedroom. 917 7th nw.
FOR RENT Transient or permanent.
eieguUL luruisneu rooms, wim uuaru;
reasonable prices. 511 13th 'st. nw.
FOR RENT 211 3rd St. nw., two
uewlv furnished rooms, centrally lo
cated, witligas, heat, and bath. $5and $10
per month. " It
FOR RENT-Flat or f ive rooms, steam
heat, oath, gas range in kitchen, also
English basement, suitable for residence.
208 F st.nw. oc26 3t
Large rooms, 2d floor, rur. complete,
cooking utensils, dishes, gas, heat, bath,
sewing machine, $15 per month. 301 10th
st. sw.. near Smithsonian. It
Large room and Email autc room. fur.
complete, cooking utensils, dishes, gas, hear,
bath, hot water, sewing machine. 810
Gth st. sw. It
1716 F ST. NW. Large, well lur.
front ana other rooms, single or en
suite, with good French board, at reason
qble rates; steam heat. It
FOR RENT Large front room, fur-
uisheci,southernexiosure, S5 per month;
alfo hall room, $2. 102Fst.ne. oc26-2t
FOR RENT Large, 2d story, nicely
furnisned bay window room: excellent
board, home comforts. 1824 9th St.
FOR RENT Large, comfortable fur
nished rooms, with board, in private
family, at moderate rates; also hall rooms.
1114 10th st. oc26-2t
FOR RENT 3 desirable rooms, fur.
or unfur.; nice neighborhood. 429
7th St. aw. oc26-2 1
FOR RENT 1014 10th St. nw.,
front, fur. rooms for gentlemen.
FOR RENT A large pleasant front
room, second story, furnished or un
furnished; suitable for one or two. 719
21stst nw. oo24-4t-em
WANTED-A 0 or 6 mom modern Oat:
convenient to 14th st. car line. Ad-
flrem MODERN FLAT, this office. eel6-tf
FOR BENT FLATS.
FORRENT Two rials.orwlllglve half
rent money to anyone famishing them.
Address 107 Pa. are. nw., facinr Peace
FOB SALE MISCEILANEOUS.
FOR SALE dewing machine hale to-
uSV; hLOAS'8 AUCTION nOUSE.
1407 a. Handsomest machines In Wash
ington; prize make;' on exhibition. Call.
FOR S ALE-Qlrar and tobacco store;
inust seiTlii three days. Corner 4 1-2
and Maine .ne. sw. oc20-3t
FOR SALE biir-fecd.
h fcuoii one; cheap. J.
r parlor f.tue;
iron s A.IE Sulky and hnruebs: good
as tiew 1 f. IS 10 8lh st. nw. cl0-2
FOR SALE-"1'1" z Mtiveii for S2.
.iollN.TlAY, 1222 32(11 w;loc2.2
KTin "is aTjE Two sole leather trunto;
F iiMlinnTse; prlct-, 7. Call 1011 20Ui
f nw. cct2e-2l-0Ill
-con 4A.IL.E 301ieiuloriMirii;drUJnR
F ami mmk; any liberal offer will not
be icfiised. 2.t 1 sl.nw., in the rear.
vnxt A.TE At u sacrifice, at $.30,
i .,,!,,iiu-s. Call belws-n 0 . lu.uial
n. in. lUtEst.nw
Apply No. 302
lug ll gooit I
I'n.a e. nw.
FOR SJk.LE-0u sorrel horse, goou
utt .-'rf.'r ..i i in rvrv re-
siHvi: work lii aiijihing; perfectlj 1J'm.
nnd wire for lady lo drie: price, S80.
Inaulr at 912 Hth st. nw. oc25 2t
iron S ALE-One-aeat plush lap robe;
r"?8, lii.rv. lil.illltHtt Iwlh 111
..... "-7:; i. ... ..
kUlU Jl OV. ""
. BlT.E-A fine 7 tMtave uprigni
piafioi ; warranteil: price. l ''
renfkt Si monthly. Call ut 148t'
nw. . zZ
KwheeT m good condition; $35 .a
Addr'-sfj. L. U.iJhJs.fU-e;,,,,;;!
im-a LE -Cigar, lobavco. nni.
'"USA'S1 ,.,..,,. fr.r KClllng
roitm; swu, ;r. . " : r
or address 135t Water st. sw.
iron SALE-I'oiy: weighs 800 pounds:
K souudTund good worker; will sell
cheap.U 11.' C. MCCJUAY. 929 avesw.
'Trrtn iLLE-liiM make ot Incubators.
F hToodSS and fre.h green bone; coll
and swth" incubators in working oTOer.
Rehmld. Bird and Pet Animal Store.. 71a
Bchmld's bird aul Pet Ar
rrl SALE- Cheap grocery store and
F fSthrcTfor sale in the M.utheast part
of city. Address C. E., this office. ocJu -
FOR BENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Reduced a beautiful brick
dwelling; ou 9th St., between L and
M sts. nw.: 13 large rooms, bath and
cellar, etc, in thorough order, convenient
to car Ilne-8. reduced rrom $75 to $50.b0.
For full particulars apply to A. S. CAY
WOOI. 933 9th st. nw. OC2C 3t
TO a small family, at $20 per mo., a
cozy cottage. 7 rooms, stable and car
riage bouse and large yard. No. 2527
Bnghtwood ave., apply nextdoor. It
SPECIAL Forrent No. 141029 thst.,
acomiortableframe liojse. 8 rooms and.
bath aud cellar; modern improvements;
large side yard: pleasantly located, and
convenient to 2 lines of cars; rent, $20.50
iwr mo.; key at 1406 20th st. Apply to
WE8COTT A WILCOX, 1907 Pa ave.
FOR RENT 736 4th st- nw. Frame,
5 rooms, water; a central location;
white tenants only: $16.
JAMES O. JESTER,
ot-25-3t G39 F St. nw.
H st. ne. Near
rintlnc Office. G rooms
nnd bath; modern improvements: $17.50.
JAAIES U. JESTER.
639 F st. nw.
FOR RENT Bet. K and Land N.Cap.
and 1st sts. ne. 81 Fenton st., 5 mis.,
w. in kitchen, $10; 83 Fenton st , 5 mis.,
w. in kitchen, $10. WEAVER, Room 50,
L.A T. lildg.. 900 F st.nw. oc24-.1t.cm
FOR RENT House. 1114 5th st.nw.,
9 rooms, pantry, closets, concrete cel
lar, furnace heating, aud nil modern fiii
Drovemcnts. Inquire at G03 H st. nw.,
between L nnd M. QCt21-3t
FOR RENT 6-room brick house and
cellar. No. 1111 st. nw.. hot and cold
water: near twocar lines. J.M. SWINGLE,
1320 7th St. nw. oct24-3t
FOR RENT $12 for a good rr. house;
stable; 2916 7th st. nw. J.CHESTER.
IF IT IS
A HOUSE YOU
ARE LOOKING FOR
You will do well to consult our books, or
place the matter In our hands nnd we win
find Just what you want. We know about
aU tho properties that are on the market In
town or ln the suburbs. We know their
value, too, whether they are worth the
price asked or not:
T. O. ANDERSON A CO.,
Real Estate and .Business Exchange,
907 O street northwest.
FOR HENTVi '
10U9 til st nw. flw over fiff Ice. 9-r
ni'dbatn. mi ,, $30 00
I5058thstnw, lOrlaml 40 00
1525 8thstnw.3litf5rybrh,9 r.hall.
uacu, ana a ra i.'. .. ..
454Kstnw, 10 r, bath. ml
20027th stnw. dwr6 r.aral
813 7th st nw.. ..,.
447 NY avenw, dw7-r,ml
uuuarroiistsc. ts r.arui
231 Elmst,LeDroitPark,6 r.aml..
2009 11th stnw, 6-r.a mi
724 13th stne. 8 r. a m I
1815 Lincoln ave ne, 8-r
101511th stnw. storeroom
1 142 N J avenw, 4 rand water.. ..
1813 Lincoln ave ne. 5-r
1927 flth st nw. 8-r and water.. ..
1228 7th st nw, storeroom and fix
tures 409 MnRsachusettsare u w. 8 r.ami.
915 4th st nw. 6r and water i .. ..
14 L st nw, 6-r. water and gas.. ..
810 10th st nw. 10-r.a m ?.. . ..
ByCHAS. S.BHREVE. 1009 7th at. nw.
FOR RENT New. handsome house;
saloon parlor; 8 rooms, cellar; a. m. 1.;
heater, stationary -wash tubs, back alley;
can pass door; 906 11th at. se.; $22.60.
Apply 900 same-street. ccl7-14t
FOR RENT 1825 12th st. nw. 6
rooms, cellar and bath; all mod. Imps.:
newly painted and' papered; near 2 lines
cars; $20.81 per month; 1837 12th at.
nw, $22.8t per month. MIDDLETON A
DU BOIS. it.em
MME. J. ESPUTA DALT.
Sight singing tla&.es-nntc chain sybleni),
TwolessonsweekIJr; $20 per lesson.
THE ARTOF WIII8T Instruction given
timer in classes or private. For
terms, etc., address "EXPERT." this of
HUME. FRANCIS is one of Wash
ington's oiucst and most gifted medi
ums; she can help jou. no mutter what
your troubles may be: she has helped thou
sands to health, happiness, and success. If
you are in need or help, seuk one that Is
old established und reliable. Hoars, 9 a.m.
to 10 p. in. 23c and 50a 324 Em Capi
tol ot . oc26-2t
DANCING 1'upiU desired; for Ladles'
and Gentli men's 8 p. in. class, $1X0
per mo., "now forming." Children. Sat
urday, M.Od.- Private, any hour, al.00,
G lessons, $5.00. Lady teachers; reduc
tion to ilutw; references. Address M)E
SIRED, this office. Hi t-.imonlv
WANTED, "hlw s.iid: 'I'd like to kill
tier!' " i-astor Hcz Swem explains
Sonilay nlglit. It
JPROF. I UEDERICK TRUE, spiritual
medium wonder, tells truth, removes
f-'inlly trouble, gives lutk. mutes separated,
Vjlninx methods, rcmov.-n spells uml bad
U.ik. Charges, 50c. and $1.00. 714 F
st. sw. oc2G-2t
HALEE, the king of i Iairvoyants and
card rentiers his first appearance this
sido ot the Atlantic has come to help
caih and everyone that calls; none In
trouble will be turned away without belDff
beincd and made happy: no humbug, but
will ghe life from trndle to grave: seek
and jot will find HALLE at 806 II st. nw.;
25c. Hours, 9 to 9. oc2B-2t
MME, CHOEN I'Hs lwst. present
ami ruturc. Lames, -oc; gentlemen.
BOc. 929 K su nw.
"MASSAGE, electricity, shampoos, salt
KIOWS, etc.. 1.UIJ1K J. BA.-SllbltS,
sraii'iate liatllu Creek, Mich., Sanitarium;
tel. No.8. 1318 Tst.mv. oc25-2t
PROF. CLAY is theoldrst esiabllshed
advertising clairvoyant and me
dium; conult him on business, mar
rhigc, love. lost or sto'en prop
erty; tells who are your eneuilt-s: how to
:ioid them and ocrcoine all troubles;
brings separated together and causes
spessly marriage with one you Ioe; by
proper advice remove-. ell influences
and spells: sittings 50 cents: no charges
for sluing unless satisfied; hours, 10 to 9;
open Sunday. 469 U St., bet.4 1-2 and Gth
sis, sw. oc24-tf.em
FRENCH trimming. 25 cents; tips
cnrlisl, 10 cents up. 805 Olh St. nw.
MANICURE-May F. Law. or New
York, visiting manicure, will attend
ladh sat II eir homes any hour. 50 cei ts.
Address. 42!i 9th vt. nw. oc24-3t
MASSAGE and baths glien by Mr"-.
M. Lew is. Jute of Lexington. Ky. 702
0th st nw. c22-7t
GO CENTS Cash New reilit system.
Lace curtains, rugs, portieres, ban
quet lamps. Rogers' slU er plated ware, table
liren, china, etc. CaU or send postal.
Will bring samples. Open evenings.
NORTHEAST CREDIT HOC8E.
oc21-Ct 1210 H st. ne.
MME. FERRIN Scientific palrals
lr; truest destiny reader of the age;
i vents or p.sxt and future revealed with
wonderful accuracy: hours 10 to 0. 516
10th st. nw.. b.-t. E ard F. oclG-lmo
DR. TAYLOR. 300 F st.nw.. maket
full seta of teeth for $5; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling. $1: amalgam. 50c se4-tf
nw.. carpet liuinir. felts, fire brick and
clay, asbestos, paints. brushe lime, cement,
twonrd three-ply roofing malefla'.&pr2I-tf
THE V.'onderrul Remedy. Cancers cured
without knife, pain or pay until cured;
also carbuncles, piles, dropsv. by FBOF.
MARTIN RILEY. 4Cb l'a.a,vv.iw.oc5-lmo
Al&IE. BROOKE telLs all the events
or lite; all business confidential; ladles
and gentlemen. 50 cent each: hours, ! a.
m. to o p. m. COS New York ave. nw..
near GUi st. cc22-14t
IT'S the many years of practical ex-
Iierience that we have that makes us
so lavish with our solid ra-h exchange for
any amount of gent's discarded garment.
urop mat postal, jcjbj.ii e cji.i biasu,
G19 D St. nw.
LADIES needing confidential treat
ment. A cafe and sure relief In an
female trouble, constipation, irrceularl
tles. tumor, cancer, opium habli. fistula,
etc Separate loonis for patients before
and during confinement, and find homes
for Infants If required Strictly confiden
tial. StR3. DR. RENNER. 16 Fourth St.
ne.. near E. Capitol st . Washington, D. C
MMKROYSTOn. Beauty Special
ist. 004 12th st. nw.; all blemlsnes re
moved, wrinkles absolutely effaced, and
complexion made perfect; no pain, no
poisons; consultation free, dally 10 to 12
nnd 2 to 5. except Sunday e20-lmo
M.ME. ESTELLE tells all events of
life: gives advlo- in domestic troubles:
strictly confidential: and heals all kinds
cr sores, the latter for ladies only: hours,
Ii a. rn. if. IP p m. t:i :9th st. nw.
25c, for big turkey dinner to-morrow at
SAVE 1 and keep your houses warm by
using Roebuck s weather strips, neatly
put up by L. H. CARTER A SON. 341 N
st. sw. oc2G-lt-em
LACE CURTAINS laundered at
.15 cents a pair, mail orders promptly
attended to. No. 25 F st. nw. It
REIS1NGER. the confectioner, has
in connection with his Ice cream par
lor an oyster saloon for ladles and gentle
men. Oysters In every style. Give him a
ALEXE. WHELAN, Urainer.
lllo E St. nw.; residence, 1412 12th
ft- ne. oc25-9t-era
SXO reward to whoever will get a young
respectable man a situation either in
private house or somewhere to make him
seir useful. Address 1201 M St. nw.
FAMILIES OR OTHERS having In their
possession Bottles, Siphons or Boxes be
longing to members of the Bottlers' Pro
tective Association ot D. C. are requested
to notify any of our drivers or send Infor
mation to the Bottlers' Exchange Depot,
No. 818 Four-and-a-hnlf street southwest,
and they will be promptly called for.
Such information will be thankfully re
ceived and highly appreciated by ihe
BOTTLERS' PKOTECT1VE ASSOCI
ATION" of tlie District of Columbia.
CUBA-Only cure ror sore feet, bun
ions and corns. Sold by Druggists.
IF YOU want to buy a bicycle Join
the sterling Bicycle Club, now form
ing: membership limited. 924 9th st. nw.
JUST RECEIVED Fine lot young Cu
Ian parrots, guaranteed to talk: also
monkeys, canaries, mocklne birds, cold
fish. dogs, and far:.T pigeons. SCHMLb'8.
712 12th st. aw., branch 1221 Pa. ave.
AH persons are hereby cautioned against
tho illegal use of or traffic ln registered
bottles or siphons belonging to members of
the Bottlers'Protective Association, otD. C.
A liberal reward will be paid forinforma
tlon leading to the arrest and conviction of
any person or persons for unlawfully fill
ing, selling, buying, or trafficking in such
bottles or siphons.
Information should be furnished tn the
Bottlers' Exchange Depot, No. 818 Eoor-and-a-hair
My Order of ExccutlveCommlttee,
Bottlers' Protective) Association oft tie
District of Coumbla.
el Pa. nvf- n.
moved to 459 and 461 Pa.
all work strictly first class. so 28-1 m
HEARING restored, ringing In cars
stopped, catarrh cured Consultation
tree. Ir. &RACY, 1211 F st- nw.
GUNS. Rifles. Revolvers, loading tools,
nunters' outfits, watches. Jewelry,
guitars, violins, banjos, mandolins, at about
one-half regulnr dealers' prices at PAWN
SHOP. No. 1 009 E st. nw. ocl-f.mo
FOR RENT Good corner store and B
rooru dwelling, with coal and wood
sheds, ne.: rent $18.50. Inquire of A. R.
LENDNER, 345 Pa. ave. nw.
FOR SALE SDI1EB1US.
FOR SALE At station eight miles
out. two acres of land, nice eigbt-room,
attic'and cellar bouse, barn, hennery, etc;
fruits and good water; bargain tu quick
purchaser; $2,60; terms easy. E. S.
UAIGIIT AC0..1210Fst.nw. oc25-3t
WIMODAUGHSIS Classes. 1323
1 si. uw oeifiu.iu.i; iMorember Short
hand, dictation aud typewriting, Mrs.
Ba.dwin, oi Uuslncss Illuu School; book
ADA L. SMITH. Supt.
CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY LECTURES
A Cours: of Twenty-five Lectures on
Hon.CarroII D. Wright, LL.D.,
V. & t0MilIbt.I0.Vr.lt OF LAISOIt,
.Monday. Nor. 4. at 4.45 I. v,ln:ho
s'cMahon Hall of I'hilosopa).
And erery Monday thereafter, at tha same
hour, exeejit Ourlu.- the luriatmu aud aa:or
11-kcta for tha course, admlttin: two. Two
rollars. Forsatahy the Registrar of the UnU
"") nimnt nrentanoti
MME. J. ESPIjTADALy.'itlit
Kinging eiuft tiim cnain system).
otudi 11 l8ewYorklleuue. Twolessons
weekly. $20 per season. oc25 5t
Mount Vernon Seminary
C01U.E1: il .AM) ELEVENTH blUELTs.
WASHINGTON. D. 0.
A SELECT RESIDENCE AND DAT
BCH0OL FOR XOUXG L.VDIE3
AND LITTLE OIKLB.
Twenty-Iirst jear o.e-u '1UE3DAT. Oc
tober first. Large and attractive buUd
lugs, thoroughly equipped with every r
Quisitc of a retiiied home aud a progres
Applications for admission of pupils to
the clay school may be ciadeufterHcpiember
Iiriccnili, betw ee n the hours of ten and one
o'clock each morning
WANTED-lMl young people to Join
Khurthand dictation classes, which arc
now being formed at Wood's Commercial
College. 311 and 401 East Capitol et.. at
the low rate ot $1.00 per month. Bend
for catalogue containing pictures of 84
WALTER bOOTT STETSON.
actii.g, elocution, dancing.
WALKER MEMORIAL BAPTIST
CHURCH. Madison St.. bet. 14thand 15tl.
Rev. I. V. lr)ant, pastor. Sundav school
at 9.30 a. in.; preacrung at 11 by Rev. S.
B. Holmes; 4 p. m , B. Y. P. U.; 7:30 p.
m a grand musical programme, consist
ing of solos, d jets und choruses, will rx ren
dered by the Sunday-school children; exer-lsescondjcu-d
by Miss Susie C.Brooks and
Mr. George Waldron. All are welcome.
SrlRiiLALIsM Mrtzerott Ball. Every
Sunday. Lyceum or Sunday-school, 10 a.
in.; lecture, 1 1.30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Hon. L. V. Moulton closes his engagement
with this Sunday. You should not missthe
opportunity to hear this eloquent exponent
of spiritualism. Each lecture will be- fol
lowed by spirit communicatioiisthroughthe
misliumship of Mr. Edgar W. Emerson, of
.N.H.. .-mil ilrs. J.J. Whitney, of California,
two of our most eminent mediums. Morn
lng services f re-.
LUTIIERN, CHURCH OF THE REF
ORMATION. I'a. uve. nnd 2d St. Ee.. Iter.
W. E. Parson. D. D., pastor. Services, 11
a. in. and 7 30 p. rn. buuday school, 9.30.
MT. ZION BAPTIST CIU'RCH. cor. 12th
and E st. ue. Evangelist A. Millbanks,
pastor. Sunrise prajer meeting. S. S.
ut 9 a. m. Preatiiingatlla.m. Preach
ing at 8 p. m. by the pasior; subject
"The Valley or Dry Bones' Song service
by a jubilee quartette. Revival will be
gin Sunday night. Weekly song services
by the Gospel choir of 40 voice-e. Selected
sermon every night by the pastor. All are
EASTERN l'RESBYTERLVN CHURCH,
jlarylaml avenue and Sixth street north
ast, Kev. Thomas Chalmers Eanon. D.D.,
pasior-Rev. Dr. Bittenger, or Westminster
Presbyterian Church, will preach at 11
a. m.; Rev. Dr. Easton will continue his
sermons on Romanism at 7:30 p. m, sub
J."ct. "High Mass and Low- Mass and no
AI.iss Rome's greatest theatrical per
formance. Excellent music will bo ren
dered. Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m.; Y.
P. 8. C. E. Juniors 3 ji. in., and Seniors at
6 u0 p. m. Strangers, but especially
Romanistsaud Priests, are cordially invited.
Pastor's residence, 308 Seventh street
EPIPHANY CHAPEL. Twelfth and C
streets, southwest. Rev. A. M. Hillikcr.
minister in charge Holy communion, 8
a. m.; Sunday school, 9-30; morning service,
11; evening service, 7-30.
FOURTH PRESBYTERIAN CHUECH.
Ninth street, between G and H streets
northwest. Rev. Joseph T. Kelly. pastor
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. in.; com
municant's prayer meeting at 3 30 p. m.;
communion se-rvices nt 4 p. m.; Sabhath
"chool nt 9:30 a. in.; V. P. 8. 0. E. at
6:30 p. in.; no other evening service; mid
week prayer meeting. Thursday at 7.30
THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH. 423 G street
north wi-,t, Rev.Alex.Keut. pastor Service
at 11:15, sermon by Miss Mary A. Saf
rord. one of the selected speakers of the
Unitarian Conference- All welcome. Come
PASTOR E. HEZ SWEM EXPLAINS:
"She said: 'I'd Like to Kill Herl " Son
day night, 7:45 o'c. Preaching at 11
a. m., by the pastor; free pews. AH In
vited. Second Baptist Church Auditorium,
Fourth street and Virginia avenue south
east. FIFTEENTH STREET AI. E. CHURCH
Services In chapel or Gunton Temple Me
morial Church. Fourteenth street near R.
Preaching at 1 1:15 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by
pastor. Rev. W. W. Van Arsdale. Sunday
school 2:J0 p. m. Epworth League 8-30
Analysis of Man." hv Mr. no..n.o r
Coffin, on Sunday evening. 27th inst., at 8
o clock, at Mctzerolt Hall: entrance on F
Street: take elevator- Rppnl.lr tnnotlm.
J2. Thursday evening. 31st inst., sublect,
'The Three Obji-cts of the Society." Both
free. Public invited.
FAITIICIIAPEL(branchof theNew York
Avenue rrcsbylerlan Church) M street
between Four-and-a-hair and Sixth stre-ets
southwest. Rev. Edward Warren, pastor.
Services Sunday 11 a. m., "Words Fitly
Spoken.' 3 p. m., Sunday school; 6-30,
Senior C. E. Society; 7:30. song and preach
ing service. "What Think Ye or Christr'
Tuesday 1:30 p. m., mothers' meeting.
yedIleslay 0:30 p. m.. Junior C. E. So
ciety; 7:30. church Dnvpr nnvtim. f.i-
,.. . iimirimi since.
CE.TRAL M. P. CHURCII-rwelfth and
M northwest. Rev. S. J. Smith, pastor.
! J. am:aDd';':;"0P-In" Poaching: themes.
-Healed on the Way." "Signs, Tendencies
nnd Lessons or the Times." Sundav-school
9:30. C. E., 0:30. Oyster supper. October
IIAULm: .M. E. CIIURCH-Nlnth and P
streets northwest. Rev. E. S. Todd, 1). D
pastor. Sunday school, 9:15 a. m.: preach
ing bythepastor.il a. m.. subject. "Exer
cising Unto Godhne-s::" 7:30 p. m.. sub
ject. "The Idler In the Market Place." con-vertsmeetlng,6-30p.m.
tlon. Thursday.church prajer meeting. 7:30
CONGRESS STREET METIIODISTPRO
TESTANT CHURCH Thlrtv-first between
M nnd N. Rev. Walter R. Graham, D. I).,
pastor. Sabbath services. 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.: preaching by pastor and re
vival service at night; Sabbath school,
9.30: Christian Endeavor. G 30. Mid-wee-k
service Tuesday evening in lecture room
BR00KLAND M.E. CHURCH. Rev. Will
lam H. Chapman, pastor Surdav school at
10 a. m.; preaching by the pastor. -it 11-30
a.m.; services coudncted bv the Epworth
League at 7:30 p. m.; prayer service on
Wednesday evening at 7 30.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHCRCHT
corner Tenth and G streets northwest, Rcr.
",." "c-niniiu. ii. u.. pasior The pastor
will preach at 11 a. tu. and 7:30 p. m.
Mu3lc led by Dr. Bischoff. director. Sun
day school, 9:30 a. m.; Temperance Legion.
3 p. m.; Christian Endeavor. G:30 p. m.
Trustees' sale ot cimtteu m
restnunint No. 439 New- Jersey avenuo
Under and by virtun ot a certain deed of
'? ,bc?.rins,a,e J-inuary twenty-third
(231, A. D. 1894. nnd recorded among the
lan'.1.J'":ori!s for tho District of Columbia,
in liber 1892, at folio 462. ct seq., the
undersigned will on WEDNESDAY, the
thirtieth 130) day of October. 1895. at
twelve (12) o'clock a. m., sell at publlo
auction In said premises, all the chattels
and personal property mentioned and de
scribed In schedule "B" annexed to the said
deed of trust.
Terms of sale. cash.
oc2B. 26.28,29 -e Trnstee.
FOR RENT HALL.
INK large ball for rent at half price. I
82SLoulslaaaava. ocSS-IOt I
RATCLIFFE, SUTTON A CO.. Auctloneen
buccessarstoRatcllffe.DarrACo. K?.?fKEKSAHALI-0F THELAKGEAND
Vir.M.i5iW.IPufS 1KE PROOF APAHT
rTson'anne'1-0 wn Aa THK "11AI1-
FCen,eu7 SSSOT&a ' streSeaW
corner of G northwest.
f IJt.T1f,t,a?ira,'":,";',?ortheupreme Court
of the District ot Columbia, passed on the
ip n iu y !iC JU,J- la95' ln Equity CauseNo.
10,018. Doo. No. 38. wherein the Anglo-
v?ri';an SaYlu:f nD1 Loan Association ot
kS7t ii ork. . mpiulnant .ml Harvey
spaldlug, et. a!., are defendants, theunder
sUnnt will orfer for sale at nabllo auction
!,n.f0"t' Ihepremh.es. on Wednesday, tba
30th day of Ottobsr, A. D-. 1&95. at 4.30
o clock p. ni.. parts or original lots 1 and
u. c., described by metes and bounds, as
follows Parcel N. 1. parts of lots No. 1
and beginning for the same on the west
llii of Third street west, at a point 100
Uet north of the southeast corner of said
square and running thence north 25 feet;
i'r1t,''.urll.fi " ' ''- 's: thence south
-5 feet and thence fast C2 reet. 9 Inches.
12, V'e ,.)!ac'' .r beginning. Parcel No. 2.
parts of lots 1 and 2. beginning Tor the
a.!V 7 ?Se ni llne r Third street, at a
point 125 frst nnrih..rth... . ,.;..
. ,. --.- ......u... ,.'i.uu,i;vdlbllHun
',' a'd square and running tbence north
...... . i n"fc " leet, u incues;
thence south 25 feet, and thence 62 feet.
9 brhes. totheplnceof U-glonlng.
. ! P'opCTty will be sold as a whole
aud Is improved by a Tery targ- flre-nniC
apartment house, having a frontage of 50
feet on Third street west, equipped with
cljvator and plant and aU modornenven
K2Fn for a f,rst class apartment house.
. Te.r"ls of salt" Prescribed by decree: One
third cash, balance in equal Installments.
valr- in one end two jears. secured by
... uw.s v. me yuicuawr aua a cieea ot
trust on the pront-rty s.!d. with Interest at
G per cent, per annum, oi all cash, at the
Iicii-ir th-piirchruic-i orpurehasers. Terms
to be compiled with wlt'un ISdays mra day
of sale, or the pniiicrly will be resold
at the risk and cost of the defaulting pur
chaser. All conveyancing and recording;
2iA!'e e?tt ,he Purchaser. A deposit of
$500 will be required at the time of tha
F. L. RinnONB.
Receiver. 1 33.1 F r. nw.
W, II. SH0LES.
Receiver. 410 5th St. nw.
, , PUBLIC SALE
or farm iinnieinencs. stock, &c. at farm,
of late J. n. Hollidgc. Shepherd road.
Brightwood. D. C. on WEDNESDAY. Oo-toh-r
30. 1S95. at 11 o'clock a. in., con
sisting ln part or fresh cows, jearllng
calves, horses, wagons, carriage, harness,
plows, harrows, horse-power feed cutter,
corn sheller, cider press, rodder, rami tm-Pk-ine-nts,
Ac. Terms cas"ut day of sale.
Ilv order of the administratrix. H. P.
PILLS WRY. Auctioneer.
WANTED rOSTAC E STAMPS.
HIGHEST prices for U. S. postage,
di-partmcui aud collections of foreign
stamps Is paid by the old reliable C F.
ROTHFLCHS. 35'J 1-2 Pa.ave.
, HOTEL WARNER-
4,04,2 Pennsylvania aeu.,e north
west, near Gtli street. Business men'a
lunch. 12 to 2 o'clock. 25c.; table d'hote
dinner. 4 311 to 7 30 p. m . 50c. nc23 3m
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
In Effect Sept. D. 1805. .
XO.3 O A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LUI
1TED. Pullman Sleeping, Dining. Smok
ing and Observation Cars liarrlsburg to
Chicago, Cincinnati, Indianapolis. St.
LouD, Cleveland and Toledo. Buffet
Parlor Car to Harnsbeinr.
XO.30 A. M. FAoT LINE. Pullman
Bullet Parlor Car to HarrUburg- Parlor
and Dining Cars. Harrlsburg to PitU-
3.40P. M. cniCAGOAND ST.L0UI3
EXPRESS. Pullman Buffet Parlor Car
tn Harrisbaig. Sleeping and Dining Cars
Harnsbarg to St. Louis, Cincinnati, Lou
isville nnd Chicago.
T.XO P. ai. WESTERN EXPRESS.
Pullman Sleeping Car to Chicago, and
Harrisburg to Cleveland Dining Car to
T.XO P.-M. SOUTHWESTERN EX--PICLSd.
Pullman Sleeping and Dining
Cars to St- Louis, and Sleeping Car, Har
risburg to Cincinnati.
10.40 P. M. I'ACIFIC EXPRESS.
Pullman bleeping Car to Pittsburg.
T.fSO A. M. for Kane, Canandalgun,
Koctiester and Niagara Falls dally, ex
XO.SO A. Bf. for Elmlra and Renovo,
daily, except Sunday. For Wllllamsport
daily. 3:40 d. ra.
7iO P. A. for Winiamsport. Roches
ter, Biiffalo anl Niagara Falls dally, ex
c-ept Saturday, with Sleeping Car, Wash
ington tu Suspension Brfitiro via Buffalo.
10,40 P.JM. for Erie. Canandahrua,
Koctiester. Buffalo and Niagara Falls
dally. Sleeping Car Washington tu El
mlra. For 1'hlludelpb.u., New York and tho
4.00 P. ai. "CONGRESSIONAL LIM
ITED. All Parlor Cars, with Dlnlne
Car rrom Baltimore. Tor New York, dally,
for Philadelphia week days. Regular
at 7.05 (Duiing Carl. 7.2(i. 9.00. 10 00
(Dining Car), and 11 00 a. in.. 12.18,
3.15. 4.20. 6.40. 10.00 and 11.35
p. ni. On Sunuay, 7.06 (Dining Car),
7.20, 9.00. 11.00 a. m., 12.15, 3.15.
4 20, G.40. 10.00 and 11 .35 p. m. For
Philadelphia only. Fast Express 7.60
a. m. "Week dajs. Express 2.01 and 5.40
p. m. daily.
For Boston, without change. 7.50 a. rn.
week days and 3.15 p. m. dally.
For Baltimore. 6.23, 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. 3.40. (4.00 Limited).
4.20. 1.36. 5.40. 6.05. 6.40, 7.10. 10.00.
10.40, 11.15 and 11.35 p. m. On Sun
dav. 7.0.-,. 7.20. 9.0O. 9.0... 10.30. 11.00
a. in.. 12.15. 1.15. 2.01, 3.1D, 3.40 (4.00
Limited), 4.20. 5.40. 6.05. 6.40. 7.10,
10.00. 1U.40 and 11.35 p. m.
For Peqie's Crecv Line. 7.20 a. m. and 4.38
p. m., daily, except Sundav.
For Annapolis. 7.20, 9.00 a. m 12.15 and
4.20 p. m.. dally, except Sunday. Sun
days, 9 00 a. tu. and 4.20 n. m.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Rich
mond. Jacksonville and Tampa, 4.30 a.
in-. 3.30 p. in., daily. Richmond and At
hiula. 8.40 p. m., daily. Rlciimond only.
1U.JI U. 1U. tVk IUUS.
Accommodation for Quant kro, 7:45 a- m..
dally, and 4.25 p. m. week days.
For Alexandria, 4:30, 6.35, 7.43, 8.40.
9.15, 10.57. 11.50 a. m.; 12.50. 1.40.
3.20, 4.25,5.00. 5.37, 6.16. 8.02,, 10.10.
and 11.39 p. m. On Sunday at 4.30.
7.45, 9.45 a. in.; 2.45. 6.15, 8.02 and
lO.tO D. m.
Leave Alexandria for Wahlngton, 6.03.
0.43, 7.05. 8.00. 9.10, 10.15. 10.2rf
a- m.; 1.00. 2.15, 3.00. 3 23, 5.00, 6 30.
6.13, 7.00, 7.20. 9.10, 10.52 and ll.OlJ
p. tu. On Sundiy at 6.43. 0.10. 10.28 a.
tn.; 2.15. 5.30, 7.00, 7.20, 0.10 and
10.52 p. m.
Ticket ottlces northeast corner of Thir
teenth street and Pennsylvanli avenue,
and at the station. Sixth and B streets,
where orders can be left for t le checking
ot baggage to destination troa hotels and
B. M. PREV0ST, J. R. WOOD.
Gen. Man. Gen. I .mS. Agt.
OPPONENTS OF THE SALOON.
Jliiss Meeting To-morrow Evening to
lli Held In Witucrh Ctinpel.
A mass meeting under -the auspices of tho
Anti-Saloon League Is to be held to-morrow
evening ln "Waugh Methodist Episcopal
Church, Third and A streets northeast.
Rev. E. 0. Eldridge pastor, at 7:30 o'clock.
Rev. George N. Luccock, D. D., pastor of
the Metropolitan Presbyterian Church, to
gether with his congregation, uniting with
Waugli congregation and the opponents of
the saloon who may gather for this last
meeting of the license year.
The singing will be under the direction of
James XV. Dyre, of Waugh. Addresses will
be delivered by Drs. Eldridge and Luc
cock on behalf ot the respective churches;
by S. W. Russell, grand superintendent of
juvenile templars, I. 0. G.T., on tho rela
tion of young people to the saloon, and. It Is
expected, by Mrs. Mary E. Grirfltb, late
president or the District ot Columbia Y.
a. t. v.
The executive committee of the League
will meet ln the "Washington Loan A Trust
Building Monday at- 4:15 p. m., and the
aext business meeting; ortoe League will be
held ln Its ball, at No. 623 Loulsianaavenue,
the erenins of Monday, November A.