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TELE MOBtfTNO TIMES. PBIDATT. SEPTEMBER 13, 1895.
tonn Onri PER
Ao advertisement less than 10
Ko advertisement less than 10a.
Noodvertlsemshtlws than to.
Ko advertisement less than 10-
Ko advertisement less than 10.
' - -
One Gent &
Jvocdiertlscment Icssicai 10s.
One Gent &
Koadvertlsemant Ins than I0.
Sow Is tlie Time to Uiiy or Soil
We arc disposing ot them at a great pace.
Why? Because we only list bargains, aud
when we show ail Intending purchaser
our list we cannot fall to nuke a deal.
BRING YOUR BUSINESS TLACCS tons,
niako tlie prices low. and we guarantecyou
a quick sale. All business strictly confi
dential. T. O. ANDER80K& CO.,
Keal Estate and lluslm-ss Exchange. 907
G street nurtliweat.
FOR S-AJL.E-Clieap Corner gn-ccry
and nvat ttore doing Rood business;
five -tear lca6e; owner deals out the rent
910 "La a-c. teld-3t
we waul salouns. grocery i,torc8 .wood
and co.il yards: must lie bargains. T.Q.
ANDERSON CO., Keal KsAtcand Htisl
noM Exchange. 1)1)7 Usunw.' fc!3
jr-OE SA.IA2 Cafe mid hotel dolus
Ufel-uuss business: leason for selling,
owner going to Europe; thorough Invcsli
jdtlou invited. Address HOTEL., this of
FOR RENT Ticket broker's olflce.
half square from Pa. R. R. depot: best
location in illy; desk, signs, stamps; every
thing ready for business. 489 Pa. ave.
INVENTORS will find It convenient
for u.em to call at Carl A tier's Mechani
cal Lalioratory. Special attention Riven
In construiliou of fine machinery. Terms
very moderate. 223 Est. ne. se!2-7t
FOR SALE-Cheap Bread and cake
bakery ami rtiulo; must sell: no rea
sonable offer refused. Care or it, E. T.,
WAHTRD-A partner (o lakeoue-half
promotion Interest to Introduce new
Satenled 6treet car motors into Boston,
la" : an assured success. Address GAB
EKB1NE. this oflice. sc!2-3t
FOR SA-LiE-Cigar Store Barnaul If
sold oi uutu 008 14th si uw.
ANY one bavins a pood barber shop
lor sale will find a purchaser by ad
dressing BOX K L.. thisolflce. scll-3t
STOIiEN4Ffi Department of Justice
about - p. in. Thursday, boy's Cres
cent bicirle; nearly new; left crank and
Sedal off: $5 reward for return to DA KIN S
:IDING SCHOOL, 13th and N. . ave.
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAX.
HONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN
We onlv lend u.oncy on real estate.
Do voa want any of 112
Let us have tour applications at once.
Guarantee no delay If ttcurity is all right.
$S0,000 at . r percent insuiustosuit Larger
loans at 4 aid 4 1-2 rer cent.
T O ANDERSON & CO..
Rial Euale ai.d Busii oJ" Exchange.
EOT GS SK.HWC
MONEY lo loan mi real estate; $200,
Ono toloan In hums to suit at 5 and 0
per cent. B. II. WARNER & CO., 010 F
st. nw. se!3-3t
"WE have a large amount of -money to
loan at 0 and C-per icut; also B. & L.
Association average pnyincnts monthly
S10.3.I per $1,000. No delay. W il.
YAGER A CO., Ohio Bank Building.
WANTEB-XW loan of $8,000 on f irst
ciaso inaitie property; no agents. 708
19 th et. ee!2 tf
Ft. TX. FULTON'S Loan Office. 1218
Pa ave nw Established in 1S,0.
Money loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew
elry, silverware, etc Special bargains .in
wnlrhe'!. Icwelry. and silverware. suO-Cfti
MOKEY toloan on bonds, stocks, trusts,
loan association certificates, and old
line life insurance policies; no delay.
YERKES c BAKEIt,
40 to 4ti MH7crotl Bidg
MflNEV TO X,ON In large sums,
or as low- as tl.ooo. at D aud 0 per
cent on D C real estate: also $2n0, $500,
S'fiO. etc. at 6 per cent. WM. II. SAUN
DERS & CO . 1407 F st mv tf
MONEY to loan at B and 6 percent,
on District or Columhia realty: no delay
if securltv 1 satisfactory.
WALTER II ACKER. 704 14lh nw.
MONEY TO LOAN All classes of
real estnle loans m.uie with promptness
at curent rates THE McLACIILEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY. cor-
ner loth and G streets nw. ni9-tf
MONEY to loan on real estate in the
District, at lowest rates of interest.
No delay. HEREON & NIXON, 1304 F St.
a. w. se4-lnio
ITATI03 COHNER OF uISTH AND B
In EffectSe.pt .0,1895.
iO 30 -A,. M- I'ENNSYIA'ANIA LIM
ITLI). I'ullmau Sleeping. Dining, Smok
'.ng, and Oliservalion Cars llarrisburg to
Cnicago. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St.
Ixiuls. Cleveland, and Toledo. Buffet
Parlor Car to llarrisburg.
JLO 30 A.. ST. FAST LINE. Pullman
Jlunci Parlor Oar to llarrisburg. Parloi
and Dining Cars. Uarisburg to Pitts
burg B 40 P. M- CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
i:.l'llls Pullman Bufrel Parlor
Car to llarrisburg. Sleeping and Dininp
Cars. Uarisburg to Et. Louis, Cincinnati,
Louisville, and Chicago.
7.IO T M. WESTERN EXPRESS.
I'ulltnan Sleeping Car to CnicaKO. and
llarrisburg 10 Cleveland Dining Car to
TIO P M. SOUTHWESTERN EX
I'KEbs. iWlman Sleeping and Dining
Cars to St Louis, and Sleeping Car,
llarrisbunr to Cincinnati
10.40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS
Pullman bleeping cartol'itteburg.
T.fSO A. SI for Kane. Canandaigua,
Rochester, ai.d Niagara Falls daily, ex
1 0.30 A.. M. forElmira nnd Renovo,
daily, exceiit Sunday For Willianis
port dally. 3.40 p ni.
Z.t o P. M. for Wllliamspiirt. Roches
ter, Bufialo, and Niagara Falls daily,
except Saturday , with sleeping car Wash
ington to Suspension Bridge via Buffalo.
10.40 P. ai. for Erie, Canandaigua,
Rochester, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls
dally, sleeping car Washington to Elmira
For l'iilludclplilH,.Nov York und tlie
d.OO -P. &T. "CONGRESSIONAL LIM
Jrli.D" All Tarlor Cars, with Dining
Car from Baltimore, for N;w York
dally, for Philadelphia week-days. Regu
lar at 7 05 (Dining Car). 7.20. 0.00,
10.00. (Dining Can. and 11 00 (Dining
Can a m .12 15.3.1D,4.20,G.40, 10.00,
and 11 35 p. m. On Sunday, 7.03
(Dining Can, 7.20. 0.00. 11.00.(Dlnlng
Car) a ni .2.10,3.15,4.20,0.40, 10.00,
and 1 1 35 p m. For Philadelphia only,
Tast Express 7.50 a ni. week-days. Ex
press 2 01 ar.d.5.40 p. ni. daily.
Tor Boston, without chaugc, 7.50 n. re
weeklajs. and 3.15 p. m. dally.
For Baltimore. 6.25, 7.05. 7.20. 7.50, 0.00,
10.00. 10.30, 11.00 and 11.50 a. m
12.15. 2.01, 3.15, ?40 (4.00 Limited).
4.2(1. 4.3'i. 5.40, 6.05. 0.40, 7.10. 10.00,
10.40. 11.15 and 11.35 p. m. On Sun
day. 7.05, 7.20. 9.00, J" 05, 10.30, 11.00
a.m., 12.15. 1.15,2.01.3.15, 3.40(4.00
Limbed). 4.20, 5.40. 6.06. 6.40, 7.10,
10.00, 10.40 and 11.35 p. m.
for I'ope's Creek Line. 7.20 a. m. and 4.3G
p. ni. daily, except Sunday.
For Annapolis. J.20, 9.00 a. m:, 12.15 and
4.20 p. m. daily, except Sunday. Sun
days, 9.00 a. in. and 4.20 p. m.
Itlantic Coast Lh. Express for Rich
mond. Jacksonville and Tampa, 4.30
a. m.. 3.30 1). m. daily. Richmond, and
Atlanta, 8.40 p. in. daily. Richmond
only, 10.57 a. m. week-days.
Accommodation for Quantico. 7:45 a. m.
. dally, aud 4 25 p. ni. week days.
For Alexandria. 4.30, 0.35, 7.45, 8.40,
9.45, 10.57, 11.50 a. m.; 12.50, 1.40,
3 20. 4.2S. 5.00, 5.37, 6.15, 8.02,
10.10, and 11.39 p. ru. On Sunday at
4.30, 7.45, 9.45 a. m.: 2.45, 6.15,
. 8.02, aud 10.10 p. ru.
Leave Alexandria- tor Washington, 6.0S,
6.43. 7.05, 8.00. 9.10. 10.15, 10.28,
n, ru.: 1.00, 2.15, 3.00, 3.23, C.00,
C.30. fi.13, 7.00. 7.20, 9.10, 10.52,
and 11.08 p.m. OnSundayatG.43,0.10,
10.28 a. ni.: 2.15, 5.30. 7.00, 7.20.
9.10. and 10.52. p. ru.
Ticket offices, northeast corner ot Thir
teenth street and Pennsvlvanla avenue.
and at the stutloh. Sixth and B streets,
where orders can be left for the checking
of baggage to destination from hotels ana
8, M 1'REVOST. J. R. WOOD.
Gen Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
WANTED-Canvasser; Only first-class
uiau witliexpericiiceaadliest references
need apply. 438 9th st. nvr., bet S and
10 a. ru. saI3-2t
WANTED-Union barber lor Salur
day. Apply 320 Pa. ave. se.
WANTED Two union painters, at
FINCH & BAKERBMITIFS shop. S05
P at. nw.. niter 4.30 p. ru. Bel3-lt
WANTED Young man lo build up
chandeliers; also a chandelier work.
ELMER II. CATL1N & CO., Central Power
WANTED-Bartender: must be flrst-
i'Mss iniNer: short Lours: also joung
man for liquor house: colored waiters anil
oyster shuckers at once. DICK'S AGENCY,
iu:i ,tn si. sei:--t
WANTED- Young man to bcRencrally
useful about the house. 502 E st.
WANTED-MldJlo-agcd widow, unin
cumbered; strong, able, capable, will
ing 10 work; in need of permanent home, in
family of two; new house, a. m. 1.; English
or German preferred. Apply at 722 IStb
st. utf.; Friday or Saturday, Sept. 13 or 14;
from 1 1 till 2 p. m. Eel2-3t
WANTED-Half-grown while girl to
do light housework; must sleep home:
jring rer. 1013 O st. nw. sel2-2t
WANTED Middle-aged colored
woman as nurse for old lady. Apply
350 Pa. av. nw. sel2-2t
WANTED-A settled woman to nurse
ami do light housework; German pre
ferred, call 1917 14th sU nw.
WANTED-A white girl for general
iiouvcnoiK for a family of 3; must beay
good cook: good wages to a competent girt.
200 8U1 st, sw. si-12-31
WANTED-A girl to cook, wash and
Iron; must stay at night. 1920 Pa. ae.
nw. - scll-3t
WANTED-A tcttled German woman
to take care of a child 1 jcar old; will
havo a good home. Inquire 1215 N rt. nw.
WANTED-A white woman, kind dis
position, to cook, wash. Iron and do gen
cral housework. In private family; stato
terms. BOX 53. GA1T1IEUSBURG. Ml).
WAKTED-Hoiuc Protective Agency
has places for help every day will;
good references. All capacities. 010 11th
t. 11. w. sc-1-lnio
WANTED At once four good plain
cooks, wnlte females; five general
houseworkers, white and colored; one
white man and wife totake care of garden
and work In house: two colored women to
work outside the city: refs. 0 10 II bt. uw.,
HOME PROTECTION AGENCY. sel3-lt
WANTED-A good restaurant cook,
at l'alitaaes Hotel, Conduit road.
WANTED-A good canvasser. Apply
uiu.n-v, xuiiJoiDiat.un. St.-, J..OL.
WANTED-A first-class, reliable can
vasser, must be well educated, and fur
nish good recommendations Address G.
U. 8.. this office. sell-7t
W ANTED Smith Pieraier Typo
wilter operators and stenographers
dltected to positions. Operators de
Eitlng to famillarlio themselves with new
No. 2 Smith Fiemior Typewriter cell
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWEITER
CO.. No. 1416 F St. nw. jy31-tf
SITUATIONS W-AXTETl MALE.
WANTED-UJ a colored man place as
Duller or driver. Address D. S.. this
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED By a first-class laundry to
do waiting and ironing at borne or
work out by the day. Address 1311 S
st. nw. eol3-lr
WANTED-My a white girl a i-Ituatlon
as housemaid or nursing. Apply 1228
Mission on ice, from 10 to;gtodrt i s.sel 3-1 r
BY experienced copyist, writing of any
kind at home; neatness, accuracy aud
promptness guaranteed: nothing reason
able refused; postal, will calL BOSTON,
this office. sel2-3t
WANTED By lady position as tjpe
wrlter and clerk iu patent attorney's
or Iawer'b orflec; good refs. Address
RUTII. this office. sell-3t
W A NTED-Place as housekeeper in
hotel or lirtt-class widower's uniily
by experienced white lady. HOUSEKEEP
ER. this office. pel l-7t
WANTED-Place bb chambermaid or
nurse, by jouug colored woman; best
cltv references. Address 2L10 11th sunw.
WANTED-A grocery store iu a good
location; sales must not be less than
Sl.OOOpermonth. Address CASH BUYER,
this office. sel3-tf
WANTED-A party with $1,200 to
S1.500 to maniiracture a new patented
harness device for single driving; simpler,
safer and superior to any harness In the
market; Investigate. Address A. T., this
WANTED-To take charge of dining
room and kitchen in a house where there
are some boarders. Address CATERER.
this office. sel3-3r
"WANTED Party with from $500 to
merit, to be exhibited at Atlanta; money
6ecurcd. Address P. M. II., this office.
WANTED-Good trap with top; also
spring wagon for coal delivery; must
be bargain. R. II. D., this office. eel2-3t
SI TWA NT
WANTED-Steady work for 4 to 12
bead of horses and wagons; light or
heavy hauling; $3 per day for each learn of
2. R.H.I)., this office. sell-3t
second-hand books, office furniture,
store fixtures and household effects of all
kinds; send iwstal and will call. II. RO
SENBERG, fc02 E Et. nw. sell-7t
SSO.OOO to loan nt 5 per cent, on ap
prowl real estate. T. O. ANDER
SON & CO., 907 G St. nw. se8-tf
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE
Anflcharce only for palatine: irorkguamntesl
NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO, lUil Btl nw
WANTED-To rent or lease a 7 to 9-
room house on Capitol Hill of owner.
Good location and good house essential.
D. W. GALL. 6th Auditor's office. sell-3t
I will guarantee to cure any case of
catarrh 1 undertake or no pay; also
anycasoof eczema withonetreatment. Ad-
dress DOCTOR, this office. ?el3Jir
WANTED To buy second-handed, a
good meat box and tools;also a wagon
and harness: must be cheap for cash.
Address with full particulars and price,
READY CASH No. 2, this office. Sel3-lt
JTJST RECEIVED Fine lot young Cu
ban parrots, guaranteed o talk; also
monkeys, canaries, mocking birds, gold
fish, dogs, and fancy pigeons. SCHMID'S,
712 12th st. uw., branch 1221 Pa. ave.
LACE Curtains laundered by band by
an experienced woman at 50 cents a
pair: quantities at reduction. No. 15 F
st. nw. tell-6t
"GOOD TIMES"-The Times is right
We are advertising with good results
MATCHETT & CO. never disappoint. Send
them your printing; 310 10th at. nw.
CAHPETS should be scrubbed to take
out grease, dirt, or stains on the floor;
or taken up. Address postal EUREKA
CARI'-ET CLEANING CO ..4 1-2 and Atnlne
aTe. ew. se!0-3t
TELEGEAPHY taught rapidly,
thoroughly, day or evening, by an ex
pert operator; easy terms. Address EX
PERT TELEGRAPHER, 720 11th St.
jp-u" rifln't care to do "chean" "slon'
printing, and most everybody knows
rt and they know wo don't care who knows
IL Prices tight M. W. MOORE, Gen.
Mac.. Law Reporter Company, C1B 6th
t. nw. "
FOR BENT ltOOMS.
FOR RENT Front rooms: fur.; 1
scalar from 3 car lines; all conven
iences. 905 flln sL uw. so!2-3t
70S RENT Entire 2d floor, with gas,
bath a ndiieat; $10 per month. Address
1010 4th st. ne. sel2-3t
FOR RENT Nicely fur. front rooms for
one or more persons, with or without
board: private family; convenient to de
partments: reasonable rates. 1113 Uth
st. nw. sel0-7t
FOR RENT Two second floor fur. or
unfur. communicating rooms; bath ou
same rioor; reasonaMe. 47 E st. nw.
FOB RENT A largo handeomelr fur
nished second-story front room; also
third-story back room: centrally located,
moderate rent: very desirable, refercuci-s
exchanged. 1010 I et. nw. " sell-3t
FOR RENT Two large unfur. com.
rnritiiH 'il llnnr ndnltu r,tit. innntnl
couple preferred: near ileiartmcnts, cars
nnd hcrdlcs: refs. exchanged. 1731 F
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, en suite
or single, with first-class board; hot
water heating; best location. 924 New
York ave. nw. sell-7t
FOR RENT Very desirable fur rooms;
single or en suite; private family; ex-
lent location 1347 L st nw. solO-Tt
S2 and $2.50 per week Newlj -fur.
rcoms; bath, gas; private ramlly; 3 min
utes' walk from B & O. depot. 225 N.
Capitol st. so9-7t
FOR RENT 3 fur. or unlur. roonii,
2d floor; housekeeping permitted 129
Jd st. lie.; refs. sel2-3t
FOR RENT 205 E St. nw.. two fur
nishcu or unfurnished rooms; con
venient lo Patent aud Pension Offices, also
to depots. se!2-3t
FOR RENT All front rooms, unfur
nished, large and small, light, airy;
beautiful views; two flats or three moms
each, one with private bath. 602 E st,
near Pension Office. scl 2-3t
THREE or four unfur. rooms on 2d
lloor: light housekeeping; modern con-
vetileiices 1002 0 St. nw. sel2-3t
FOR RENT 225 E ct nw., 3 Cd-floor
. unfur. rooms; Lath fame floor; would
FUR. 1002 0 St. nw.. front or back
liarlor; terms reasonable. jel 2-3t
FOR KENT Two or three unfur.
rooms 4Uiuiblc for housekeeping;
are new nnd beautiful; rent very low. Cal I
at 1000 South Carolina ave. se. scl2-3t
FOR RENT Nicely fur. room with
lioard; suitable for man and wlfeor two
gentlemen. 038 East Capitol st 1
roil RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Furnished front room;
(.enllem.in preferrolr S10 In advance;
Belt and cable cars. 918 Va. ave. sw.
FOR RENT $4.00 a week for good
Ivanl and room, front and back; splen
did location. 716 12tb st nw. se!3-7t
FOR RENT 2 large unfurnished rooms,
2u lloor; southern, eastern, nnd west
ern exposure; all suusblue. 1000 6th
st. nw., cor. K. se!3-3t
FOR RENT Cheerful furnished rooms,
complete Tor housekeeping, 2d floor;
bath, gas, heat, etc., with small privato
fain ily:S15 per month to res pet. tabic people.
52 1 9th st. sw. ; seia-at
FOR RENT 3 nicely fur. rooms: 2
coinrouniiating; S7 each per mo.; one
$5: all with closets; gentlemen preferred:
refs; good board near. 1448 Corcoran
FOR RENT 2 or 3 unfurnished rooms,
with heat, gas, and bath; suitable, for
light housekeeping: also 2 nicely fur
nished rooms, southern exposure; rent
reasonable. 303 E bt. nw. se!3-3t
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms,
suitable for light bouvekecptng, con
venient to G. P. O. No. 8 F st. nw.; $13.
FOR RENT Opp. Tension Office, 623
4tli st. nw. Fur. front hall room:
3d floor: $5 per mo.; refs. required;
genii preferred. sel 3 -2t
FOR RENT At 911 l6t st.nw., en
tire 2d floor of 3 desirable commu
nicating unfur. rooms; water on same
floor. $15 per month. sel3-2t
FOR RENT G30 L st .nw., 2 or 3
I'd or 3d floor fur. or unfur.; new house.
FOR RENT Single gentlemen wanting
nicely kept rooms can find them In
owner's house, which is new and well
furnished, on 13th St.. near R, by ad
dressing 13TH STREET, this offiie.
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms,
3d floor, light and heat, $15. one
large unfurnished front room, 2d floor.
No. 404 E. Cap, st. se!3-3t
FOR RENT At7075thst.nw.,3 unfur.
rms: terms reasonable. sell-7t
FOR RENT In private family, nicely
furnished rooms, single or en suite;
Southern exposure; gentlemen only. 724
!th st nw. soll-3t
FOR RENT Furnished roonw, double
or single, with first class table board;
for gentlemen only. 618 9th st.nw.
TWO bright, cheerful rooms on 3d floor,
facing south; with or without board;
In private family; rent moderate. 1433
Q st.. half blockfrom cablecars. scll-3t
FOR RENT Two large communicating
rooms, 2d floor; fur. or unfur; suite or
single; convenient to four car lines; rent
reasonable. 4G5 H nw. sell-3l
FOR RENT Nicely fur. rooms on 2d
floor, for one or more persons; with or
without board; all borne comforts; reason-
able rates. 813 I st nw. sell-3t
FOR RENT 3 unfur. rooms on 3d
floor, lorlignt housekeeping; gas, heat,
and bath. 1314 9th St. nw. se-7t
FOR RENT Large front rooms, fur
nished: call before 10 o'clock a. ru. or
between 3 and 6 p.m., 1129 14th st. nw.
FOR RENT Neatly fur. rooms; beat,
gas, unit convenient to bath, on 2d
nnd 3d floors, $8 and $10; also hall room.
$5. 1006 M st nw. tc8-7t
WANTED-Bj two young gentlemen,
room nndhoard: rates reasonable: nrl-
vate family. C. O. P.. thlsoffice. scl3.lt
WANTED-Room and board for $13 a
month: give location. Address 738
Bberldau st. nw. se!2-4t
"WANTED BT October 1, three un-
lurniiuea rooms: sute terms.
X " J. UESUd) ,
jf&S "Wednesday, "
L H Thursday, "
o A Frida-, "
jMSr Saturday. " . ',
fe&& - Sunday, ' !" "-1
rssr v e fzi&ii
FOR REST ROUSES.
FOR RENT 30 Mans. are. ne.; 6
room-., m. 1., R'i1' papered and
painted, $21; No. 218 Dtu st. ne., 8 rooms
und cellar, ni. 1., 3(1.50; No. 238 2d st.
ne, 7 rooms and cellar, m. 1. $23.50. R.
M. J. ATWELL, No. 204 X. Cap. st
FOR RENT Cheap; neat houses. No.
291S 7th St.. $12; No. 2920 513.50;
each has five rooms and cehu- and stable.
Imiulro of J. CHEATER, room 10, Law
rence building, U1614i.list.nw. sel0-6t
FOR RENT 1240. Duncan st. ne.,7
rooms: ail modern lmprovimcnts, ncar
lv new. S15.30. JOHN W. MORRIS. 014
F St. sel0-7t
FOR RENT 0 rooms and bath; ni. I.;
Ikiux 2d and 3d lloor; No. 1028 14th bt
nw.; eicellent condition; rent S25 kev
next door. Apply to OWNER, -4J43 "8
bt nw. sel2-3t
FOR RENT New brown stone; fur.;
would take ooard in exchange torrent.
1800 Uiggs Place, near Dupont Circle.
FOR nEHT-To beautiful houses, C
rooms and bath; Nos. 1736 and 1738 V
st nw.; verv reasonable. W. M. YAGEU
A Co.. Ohio rank Building. bel2-4t
FOR RENT Slx-reora house. No. 1227
4lh bt. nw.; excellent neighborhood:
larce yaid: water closet; house o)eii for
inspect Ion. sell-3t
FOR RENT A beautiru! new bay win
dow brick, heated by furnace; jjpen
fireplaces; cabinet mantels; all modern
IninrovwiienlH: Iu a lieeutlful neighbor
hood: rent. 527.50. No. 216 8th St. nt;
key next door. scll-3t
S7G.OO-2000 T t. nw.; lo-roo-n
brielt: u. 111. I.: lurnlsned complete. U.
T. YODKIt. 015 E st nw.
S43.BO-1-0 E t. nw.; 14r.; a. m. 1.
O. T. YODEU, 015 E st nw.
S3G.OO 1420 Uth st. nw.;8r., b.;m. t.
C. T. YODEU. 0 IDE stnw.
S32.CO-314 to 3JI0 N. C ove. se.; Vtt
a. m. 1.: new. C. T. YODER. 615 E St.
No. 1300 14th st nw . lore.
No 1311 14th st. nw., 10 rs.
No. 1201 Rhode Itlai.d ave nw..Crs.
No. 1203 Rhode IsUuidave. nw.,0 rs.
No 1203 Q it nw., Kirs.
No. 1207 Q stnw ,10r.
No. 1002 Ycrmont ave nw.,10rs.
Above houses arc In elegant repair and
have tho latest ranltary plumbing.
A. HEITMUELLEIl & CO..
ser.14t ' la:i3 -till st.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE-Barber shop Colng nice
business. Address B. S. T., this olfice.
STVorn Ciixulajtion of
September 2 . 1
8 . rtfM-wj : . . . 23,477 '
sold :...:...... 21
VOIt SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE 1 bay mare, 7 years old;
good and sound; guaranteed to work
anyb were: owner has no ue forhecund will
i soil cheap. Apply 1113 D St. ne., or send
! nnal ....I, mII rnlQ J
FOR SALE Pawn ticket for $125
Parker hammerlcstgun; 2 sets of bar
rels; S25: or will exchange for cheaper gun.
Address GUN, this office. sell-3t
FOR 8ALE-A good top buggy, newly
painted at SI 2 iot; S25 will buy it;
worth StO. 308 E. Cop, st. scll-3t
FOR SALE-Bicycle Cushion tiro
l'sycuo; good condition; S15. In
quire for CAREY, 909 E st.nw., after 6
p. an. at
FOR SALS-1 horse, surrey, and
harness. 175. or horse, buccy. and
harness, $160, or will trade for building
lot Address li. E. E., this office.
FOR SALTS- Handsome delivery
wagon, bhgntly used; fire-proof safe,
third value. Ebhlt t Drug Store. ee!2-3t
FOR SALE-2 folding bed suites: oak
and cherry: walnut suite; cheap; side
board, table, etc. Apply 421 4th St. nw.
FOR SALE-New chamber set; oaki
6 pieces; $10; also other furniture.
FOR SALE Model C Victor bicycle,
lamp aud cyclometer, $25. CHASE,
1300 L nw. sell-3t
FOR SALE Cheap, bay mare, four
years. Apply 1207 F stnw. sell-3t
T A RTY leaving city will sell high grade
wheel cheap; light weight. Answer
WHUELIST. this oflice. sell-3t
FOR SALE Brewster no-top buggy
in good condition. $30.00: nlo 3-4 top
buggy, good as new. $40.00. 024 K. st.nw
FOR S ALE Fint-class wood and coal
yaruiu nw., doing a good cash busi
ness, iheap for cash. Address COAL, this
FOR SALE A small-sized irou safe la
good condition. GEO. BANCROFT A
CO . G04 006 5lh st. inw. sell-7t
PROPOSALS TOR, K01L AND MANURE.
Office of Building for Library ot
Congress. 145 East Ciipttol street, Wash
ington, D. C. September 11th, 1895.
Sealed proposals for furnishing and dellver
lnc about l.bOO cubic yards of surface
soil and about 400 cubic yards of manure
Tor the approachcs'of the Building for tho
Library ot Congress,, in tills city, will be
received at this offico untll-TWO O'CLOCK
P. M.. on WEDNESDAY, the TWENTY
FirTII day of September. 1895,and opened
Immediately thereafter in presence of
bidders. Specifications, general Instruc
tions and conditions, and blank forms of
proposal may bo obtained on application
to this off I co. BERNARD R. GREEN,
Superintendent and Engineer,
sel 1-13-16-18 20 23 a Pi
OFFICE of the Commissioners of the
District ot Columbia. Washington, Sept.
Sth, 1895. Sealed proposals will be re
ceived at tills office until 12 o'clock m.,
September 16th, 1893, for constructing
a rubble masonry wall on Sherman avenue,
between Grant and Irving streets. All
necessary Information can bo obtained
at this office.
JOnN W. ROSS,
CHAS. 5. POWELL,
se7-6td&s Commissioners D. C.
FOR SALB SUBURBAN.
FOR SALE A bcautirul place at River
dale, new house, 7 large rooms; large lot,
orchard, stable, well, etc: one-half square
from Boulevard: only $2,750; easy terms.
8. M.JONES. 510 luthst.nw. so!3-3t
FOR SALE Cheap; Avalon Heights;
lot 13, block 6. Inquire of owner. 218
10th st. nw. sel2-7t
FOR SALE Greatest bargain ever of
fered at Brookland. lot 50x150, $650.
GRACE M. TH0MAB. Boom 100, Cor
coran Building. sell-3t
drilled, any desired nenth in earth or
Tock: air shafts sunk: soundings mado. B.
LLC V I) , Coutractor,P.O.Box613. te!3-3t
BAKING business all In first class
ruumng order; fine trade; good stand:
long lease; must be sacrificed: come quick.
T. O. ANDERSON & CO., Real Estate and
Business Exchange. 007 Q stnw. se!3-tt
THIS is to give notice that the partner
snip beretoforeexistlng betwecnPrather
&. Waters has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent. The business will be carried
on by Mr. W. C. Prather, who will collect
all outstanding accounts, and also assume
all Indebtedness agalnstsatdflrmof Prather
i Waters. E.'H. WATERS.
Sept 9, 1895. 33t
WANTED-Witnesses of collision be
twien one ot P. H. Sheehy'B grocery
wagons and a Dayton wagon. La borUay, on
Pa. aw., between 18th and 10th St. nw.,
to pleatc address P. IL 8UEEUY, 2030 7tti
St. JIW. ECl3lt
OYSTER Roart at Colonial Beach Ho
tel grounds. Sunday, September 15,
1800. Only 25c. AH are invited.
AKSTGNEE'S NOTICE Notice
is hereby given that Witllaui Jl. Walker,
carrying on the grocery lxieineS3 at Nos.
946 and 1)48 Louisiana avenue northwest,
this cltr. has executed to me an assign
ment for the lxneflt of his creditors. All
persons indebted to tho said Walker are
reuuested to make settlement of their in-,
ddbteduess to me or mv rciresentatire,
Mr. A. T. Walker; and all ersous having
to file; them wlUi me. LEON T0BRINi;it,
Eatiltv Building, 317 4 1-2 st.nw. sell-Ct
September 0. 1985.
LOST About C weeks ngo an old black
inorii cane, without ferule; silver top:
much worn and battered; old relic, and
will pay a reward for its recovery. Ad
dress Dr. WESTLAKE, Highlands Snni-
tariiiin. Bladensburg. Md. se!3-2t
LOST In grounds between Treasury
nun the Elate, War, and Navy Depart
ments, Wednesday morning, black leather
pockettiook containing trunk iheck, rail
road ticket to Zanesrille. Ohio, and amount
of money. tlO reward if rtturnl to
CAPTAIN' OF THE WATCH, State, War,
and Navy Department. sel2-2t
LOST Monday evening; D, bet. Otli aud
13th se., white skirt with Valenciennes
lace, by washerwoman; suitable reward if
returncdto821 Cst.se. sell-3t
LOST In the neighborhood ot 3d and C
Ms. nw..a brown, yellow, ami whltccal,
with white throat The finder will be
rewarded by leaving at 316 0th bt. ne.
r LOST-SIirk pin. leaf with diamond ccn
i ler Sunday, bet N. Y. ave. and 10th st.
7th ami 4iaK. ave. nw. Kewuru it lert
at McKncw's. 933 Pa. ave. n w
LOST Little GeorgeTaylor.youngesiion
of Pcvton and Annie Taylor, left bis
home, 4 C Et. se., yesterday at 9:30; has
not been seen since. He Is 2 1-2 years
of age, light brown skin, black eyes, woro
blue drees, shoes, and is very heavy built.
When called "George" he answers. Liberal
reward for hlsreturn. PEYTON TAYLOR.
' FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE Chenp;towblteor colored:
) t . t,r,t-ie f vrwtme oil tnnrlspti trv.
il aiiib uuustroa vr luunin, iui llmvx:i sin
provement: reduced from $2,500 to $2,000.
OWNER. 1313 Sth St. nw. S013 3t
FOR SALE Cash Furniture, good
will, lti-room house, newly fur., now
filled; prompt-paying tenants; owners leav
ing city; guarantee No. 1 Investment Ad
dress VIRGINIA, No. 2, this offiie.
FOR RENT No. 29 R st uw.; 8
rounia aud bath; all latest conveni
ences; south front, large yard, moderate
tent Also 6-rooni bouse on 10th st. se.,
near cable car. $12 per month. ED
WARD KERN. 27 R st uw. sell-Ct
FOR SALE-135 N st se.. for $1,050.
Look ot t his bouse; G-rooni brkk: water,
Kpwpr. nnd irns: front street: onlv 20 min
utes' to Center Market: $50 cash; $13 per
month. Title perfect. JOHN F. DONO
110 E. 308 E. Cap, st. tell-Ot
FOR SALE At a sacrifice, six-room
house on L st. nw.. between Cth nnd
7th: six-room house on M St.. between
3d and 4th nw GRACE M. THOMAS.
Room 100. Corcoran Building. sell-3t
FOR SALS On easy terms, new cor
ner house on Eighteenth street north
west; 8 rooms, batb, furnace room, and
kitchen and a ru I. Address I. A.M. No
agents need apply. aug7-7t
PBOP, CLAY, oldest established ad
vertising clairvoyant, medium and for
tuno teller in this city; removes all your
troubles: tells from cradle to grave; ad
vice on business, love affairs, losses or
matrimonial adventures: unites separated
and causes speedy marriage with one you
love by proper advice. Call and be con
vinced tliat I can work a cure quicker
than anv medium you ever met Fee 58
cents. Hours. 10 to 9: open Sunday.
489 II st. bet. 4 1-2 and Cth St. s w.
ailVIE. ESTELLE tells all the events
ot life in German and English; hours.
9 a. ni. to 10 p. m.; 25 and 00 cents;
cures all cases of running or dry sores.
913 l'jth st nw. au30-lm
EGYPTIAN Gypsy Seventh daugh
ter of the seventh generation; sho can
tako off spells and cause to marry, as well
as tell you tbe past and future: persons call
ng at the tent next to railroad, will ask for
Take Ecklngton and Soldiers' Home
FROF. FANTLEROY tells the
events of lne, compels love nnd brings
back the separated. 1113 Delaware ave.,
bet Land Msw. Hours, 10 to 6. Sittings,
MME. BROOKE tells all tho events
of life; all business confidential; ladies
and gentlemen, 50 cents each; hours, 9 a.
m. toO p.m. 600 New York avenue north
west, near Sixth street se9-14t
MASSAGE and electric treatment
given by Mrs. Lewis, 702 9Ui n. w.
House open from 9 a. m. to 9 p.m.
J. T. W ALKERSONS. 204 lOthst.
nw., caTpet lining, felts, firebrick and
clay, asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement
two and three-ply roofing rnaterlal.apr21-tt
THE "3 DAYS" CURE FOR MEN.
This remedy cures In3daysorno charge.
Consultation free. Dr. McKEEHAN. 716
12th stnw. sell-7t
"WANTED-People to know that
John B7 McCarthy, undertaker and
embalmer. until recently with George
W. Wise, is located at 3335 M st. George
town. D. 0. ti-tl
MME. FRANCIS. Washington's
most popular loudiuui, will resume bus1
neas Heptemhcr 16, and will be glad to meet
her many friends and patrons, at 324 East
Capitol st: sittings dally, 9 to 0, 25c and
NOTICE Berkeley Dairy Lunch, 407
(let., has Just opened: will keep Berkeley
Springs mineral water free to Its patrons.
NATIONAL Academy of Fine Arts
Drawing and Painting. Thorough In
struction for artists, teachers, decorators,
designers. Illustrators, parents and children.
In every branch of art. Portraits to
order In every style, fiom $10 to $3,000.
Old or Injured pictures cleaned, varnished,
restored. In the most skillful manner. 502
E st. nw. sel 2-3 1
A widow lady, who has her furniture
stored, wishes a house, withoutadvance
pay, for first month; lentral: near denart
this office. el2-3t
MME. BROOKE tells nil thecicnts
of life; all business confidential, ladles
and gentlemen, 50 cents each; hours 9 a.
ra. to 9 p. m. 605 New York avenue
northwest, near Sixth street nu27-14t
aiSIE. PEKHIN-Scientific palm
istry: truest destiny reader of the age:
events of past and future retealed with
wonderful acenrocv; hours 10 to 9. 515
19tli st. nw., bet. E and F.
SQO to 100 a month. To make $60
to $100 a month this fall and winter
learn now .it half winter rotes the
easy, profitable branch of art I teach.
TEACHER, 800 1 lOi st. nw. sel2-7t
DR. TAYLOR. 806 F st.nw., makes
full sets ot teeth for $5; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling, $1: amalgam. 50c. se4-tt
DANCING pupils by experienced lady
teacher: noc. per lesson or 6 lessons
for S2. M. M. D., thlsoffice.-ecll-3t
LADIES needing confidential treat
ment A safe and sure relief in all
female trouble, constipation. Irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula,
etc. Separate rooms for patients before
and during contlnementr and find homes
for infants Jf required. Strlitly confiden
tial. MRS. DR. RENNEU. 10 Fourth st
ne.. near E. Capitol St.. Washington, D. C.
AERIAL navigation will never be
come an established fact until you call
on usand get imoot those fine custom mad
suits, the least bit worn, ar a figure never
before tboughtof. JUSTU'S OLD STAND.
019 D St. n. w.
Fort- head of horses will be
sold at our Auction Stables, 211
11th st. nw., on Saturday, Sep
tember 14th, at 10 a. m.
Sir Edward Dunn, of Pittsburg, Pa., will sell
one pair of Coach Ilorsas, lt bands high, well
broken, fearless of Bteam or motor; also b good
Percy Scott, of Marthuborg, W. Va, ships
SO head of good heavy -or horses, among
thorn some good drivers, and will ba sold re
gardless of prices. Lrirry one in nd of .stock
sb03ld attend this sale. Several horses from
Magrath & Kennelly,
211 Utlist. nv..
KEC0RD OP THE COURTS.
Criminal Court, No. 1 Justice Hagncr
Henry Cissel. assault to kill; nolle pros
qut. Circuit Court, No. 1 Justice Cox Jack
son vs. Emmons and others; motion for
Judgment by default overruled; defendants
allowed ten days to plead; defendants'
motion to stay proceedings overruled.
Jones and others vs. Eber; Judgment by
default. Barbour vs. Twomey; do. Same
vs. Hewett: do. Wililamsnort Planliar
Mill Coiuauy vs. Hammoud; do. Fennsyt
vauia .intiiraciie loai company vs. cimw:
Equity Court, No. 1 Justice Cox Rudd
vs. Kuud; ttstimouy before examiner or
dered. Crown vs. Crown; rule ou trustee
returnable Stptcmber 16, granted. Thomas
vs. Smith; time lo lake testimony ex
tended tweuty days. Mcades v. Kurke;
rule on defendant discharged. Pumpbrey
v.... Bradley: lloldsworth liordou appointed
guardian ad litem. -
Probate Court Proceedings In estates
have been recorded as rollows Robert
Downing: statement that the estate has
been settled In equity filed. Margaret
E. Lybrand: executors qualified. Martha
Hennessey: will dated August 29, 1895,.
appointing Maurice Fitzgerald executor,
filed. Samuel Wise: inventory ot money.
$9,583.25. filed. Christopher N. Thorn:
will dated Jaly 3, 1888, appointing Sa
rah C. Thoni executrix, filed. Edward J.
O'Harc: petition of widow for letters tet.ta
mentary filed. Anna E. Neurath, guar
dian; petition of Henry Bnttner for an
SIIINNYIN YOUR OWN ALLEY.
PostnniKters Not Permitted to En
croach Upon Eacli Otner.
Complaints have been received at the Tost
Office Department to the effect thatcrtain
postmasters have gonewlthln the delivery
of other offices for the purposes of solic
iting and executing pension vouchers, there
by depriving the local postmaster of the
fees allowed therefor.
The Department has Informed postmasters
that It will not permit any employe of the
postal service to thus Increase Ins own com
pensation at the expense of a neighboring
postmaster The execution ot pension
vouchers must be confined to the pensioners
who are "within the delivery" of the iwst
master's own office.
IStiil HMute Transfers.
Deeds In fee have been recorded as follows-
GeorgeTuruer to Benjamin J. Casey,
lot 574. and part of lot 575, Unlontown
town, Anacostia, $100. J. II. Gordon
to Charles C Glover, county property on
Joliet street, described by metes andbounds.
$500. Daulel Curtau to Martin Curtan.
part of tub-lot 16, square 077, $100. Tho.
J. Luikett to Sarah Kroon, ub-Iot 121,
Gessrord's subdivision, square 744, $1,050
E. II. Thomas to Thomas II. Hood, lot 77.
section 8,- Barry Tarni, $139.76. Thus. II.
H. Hood to James J. Fisher. lot 77, sec
tion, 8, Barry Farm, $100. John G.
Krohr to Allen Brusslus, lot 89, square 1029.
$1.25 To Hiiltlmorennd Itnturn 51.25
v In Pvnn&ylvantu Itallroud.
Tickets to Baltimore and return will bo
sold bv Pennsylvania Railroad on Saturday
and Sunday, September 14th and 15th.
good to return until Monday, tho 16tb, at
rate of $ 1.25 round trip.
Firewood tin a Corrective.
Eland Jones used a piece of firewood on
Carrie House's head yesterday and will
thereforw have to face Judge Kimball
Do Yon Want Cheaper te?
If so, write your name and address
in this coupon and send it ""to THE
You can help to save Washington a
half million dollars each year by writing
your name and address in the above
coupon and sending it to THE TIMES,
to be used in preparing a petition to
Congress asking for cheaper gas.
GOLD fiEn DECLIHI
It Causes Treasury Officials a
Good Deal of Anxiety.
ITS EFFECT UPON EDBOPE
Apprehension Felt Lext Foreign ITold
ers of American Bonds Become
FrlgUtenod und Dump Their SwnH
tles Upon tho Market Tills Would
Cuuho Terrible Depression In Prices.
The fact can no longer be denied that
tho utmost apprehension exists among of
ficials of tlie Tresury Department because
of the steadily decreasing gold reserve.
This feeling of -alarm is not produced by
reason of thebellefthattheMorgan-Bclmont-Rothschlkl
syndicate will abrogate their
agreement to protectXhe Treasury until tba
first of October, and their verbal promise,
given to the President seven months ago,
that thegotd reserve would be malntalnedat
the legal limit of $100,000,000 after that
da to until the convening of Congress, when
an opportunity will be afforded for remedial
The dismay among government officials
Is caused by the effect the decline in the gold
reserve will havo upon the financial
FEIOIITEN FOREIGN BOND HOLDERS.
It is held that the present shortagcof three
mllhons, which is dally being Increased,
unless more promptly met by dally deposit!
by the syndicate, will have the effect of
frightening the holders ot American securi
ties abroad and is likely at any time to
bring about a wholesale dumping of these
securities in the New York market This
would naturally ho followed by an enormous
depression in prices and accompanied by tba
withdrawal of millions of dollars in gold
for the purpose of paying foreign Investors
f righteced into sacnUdng-thcir holdings by
reason of a falling gold reserve
Much relief has been expected to follow
the movement of the cotton crop, but the
receipts of gold from this source would by
no means offset tbe exports rendered neces
sary by reason of tbe holders of American
securities becoming panic stricken.
As a consequence of such a condition there
would bo a general depression of business,
which would only add to the serious charac
ter of tbe situation.
The feeling of apprehension Is not as
this time caused by any real or Immediate
danger, but ou account of the uncertainty
that exists concerning the future. Tho
question frequently arises: If the syndi
cate fuirdls its solemn premise to main
tain the reserve until the first of October
and then ignores Its verbal promise to
continue their protection until tbe assem
bling of CongTcss, what will be the resuKT
There is only one answer to the query,
and that is to the effect that another sale
ot bonds would be unavoidable. It Is a
certainty that tbe reserve could not again
reach as low a point as heretofore with
out more disastrous results following,
and the issue of bonds must be made with,
mere promptness and less delay.
It is hourly expected that the syndicate
will deposit three or four million dollars
and bring the reserve to tbe legal limit,
but each day of delay only Increases the
possibility of a panic being started among;
the holders in Europe of American securi
ties. This procrastination Is the fcaturo
of the situation which produces anxiety
among officials ot tbe Treasury Depart
ment. The Treasury gold reserve is officially
stated at $97,012,000, subject to an ad
dition of $1,900,000, not yet taken up In
Ti'ILL NOT RESIGN.
Commissioner Carroll D. AY right Go
Ins to Remain In Office.
The report circulated last week to tlie
effect that Commissioner Carroll D. Wright.
of tbe Department ot Labor, would shortly
.resign his position in that department to
accept a professorship In tbe Cathollo
University at Washington is denied.
Mr. Wright has accepted an Invitation
to give a course of economic lectures at
that university, but they will not inter
fere with his official duties, which he
has no Idea ot discontinuing.
Tho commissioner is at present In Buf
falo, from which place he will sail for
Duluth, and from there will go to Min
neapolis, where he will lecture beforea
convection ot tbe Stale superintendents ot
labor, which will be In session there tho
latter part of next week, after which he
will return to this city.
Journalist as Librettist.
One of tlie most beautiful songs recently
published is "Remembrance," by Jacob
Reinhardt. of Richmond: words by H. L.
Wikon, Washington correspondent of tn
Richmond Times and assistant librarian
ot the House Library. It is for sorrano or
tenor, and is being sung by o numtier ot the
leading concert people. Ned Hotf, tho
great American tenor, who Is supporting;
Lillia nRussell, speaks ot it as a sirguiarly
lleale Dwelllmr n Fire.
Fire In the home of JohnBeale. No 3132
P street northwest, about 5:30 o'clock
last evening created much excitement in
tho neighborhood and damaged Mr Beale's.
property to the extent ot $S00 The
cause of tbe fire could tot be ascertained
Fell From il Door Step.
Yctonio Rocconi, twelve years of age,
fell from a doorstep last evening, badly
cutting bis head, which was stitched up
by Dr. Shortlldge, of the Emergency
S4.00. Half Hates to
nnd Return via Pennsylvania
On account ot National Council ot United
American Mechanics, now In session at
Philadelphia, the Pennsylvania Railroad
wflTsel! round trip tickets between Wash
ington and Philadelphia September lOtii
Co 13lh Inclusive, go.id to return until the
14th at rate ot one fare for tbe round trip.
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