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THE MOBNTNG TIMES. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1895.
One Gent vfi
KoadTcrtUameat ! thaa 10-
No advertisement less than 1 Ox
No advertisement less than 10
No advertisement less than 10 J.
NoadvcrtlsemsatUsi thaa 10.
One Gent &
No advertisement less than 10.
One Geni .
So advertisement less tt l 10.
FOR SALE-Corner storo and dwelling
in mr iOxBO: store nnd 5 rooms;
Sr.,500; rented $25. JAMES O. JESTER,
63u F si. nw
"AXEAD PIPE." Witllet party with
$Tuo up in on ground floor; no farmer
or middleman need apply; will guarantee
not to waste your time; immediately ad-
dressHUSTLr.lt, IhlsolTicc. It
WANTED A partner Willi 5250, in
co.li uustness. Address It. L., this of
A CHAHCE for a. business man A
Urse -tore aul dwelling of seven rooms
nnd 1 .till, Iieeii renting tor fony dollars
per monlli, w ill sell yoj at a bargain, as I
need sonte monev. Small cash paymenw ml
twenty dollar, per month. Kent will pay
for place. Thi is a rare chance ror the.
nghtm.in. Callnudsecfonourself. OW.v
EK.Koo, 1025 7th st ne. sel5-0t
Sow I the Time to Buy or Sell
Hiislne-s 1 luces.
We are disposing of them a t a Rreat pace.
Why? Because we only list bargains, and
when wc show an intending purchaser
our list we can not fail torn Jke a deal.
BRINO. YOUR BUSINESS PLACES to us,
make the prices low, and we Ruarantccyou
a quick sale. All business strictly coufl
T.O.ANDERSON & CO..
Beal Estate and llusiness Exchange, 007
G street northwest.
FOrt SALE S1o"u. 25 tu st" ",r
WAL1EU. uOLTZINGEK, Administra
tor. tel l-3t
FOR SALE-Cneap Comer griccry
and TiH-at store doing Rood business;
fjve-ytarlcuse; owner deals out the rent.
nin T-t nve. ceU-Jt
TVE want saloons. grocery stores .wood
and co.il j.irrta; must be bargains. T. Q.
ANDERSON & Jt-'O., Eeal Esatcand Busi
ness Evclinnje. 007 Ustiiw. fcl.1
rNVESTOHS will find It convenient
f6rtii?!iTtoSll at Carl A tier's M.thani
eal Lalior.itorv. Special attention given
In construction of fine machinery. Terms
verymoderate. 22.tEst.ee se!2-7t
MONEY WAKTEU .VXD TO LOAN.
WE ONLY LEND MONEY ON REAL ES
TATE. Do you want any of it!
Let ua liavc your applications at once.
Guarantee ro delay it security is all right.
loans at 4Ld4 1-2 percent
T O ANDE1.SONACO
Rial Estate aLd Butlress Exchange.
907 G si:, irwc
MONEY to loan on real estate; $200,
uoO roToan in sums tu suit at C and 6
per cent E. H. WARNER A CO., JtlO F
it. nw. sel3-3t
"WE hae a. largo amount of money to
loan at 5 nnd 6 per cent: also B. i L.
Association averas" payments monthly
S10-3:t per 81,000. No delay. W. M.
YAGER 4 CO., Ohio Bank Building.
"W AKTED-The loan of $8,000 on firsts
cuiss insiae property; no agents. 708
lath st. cel21t-
TT. Tfv. FTTLTON'S Loan Orrice. 1218
Pa ave. nw. Established In 1870.
Money loaned on watches, diamond", Jew
elry, silverware, etc. Special bargains in
watches, jewelrv. and silverware. au-0 ofu
MONEY to loan on bonds, stocks, trusts,
loan association certificates, and old
line lire insurance policies: no delay.
YERKES & BAKER,
f 40 to 4G ITctzcrott Bids
TW07VTI3-S- TO LOAS-1" lW sums,
or as low-as sl.ooo, at 5 and 6 per
cent on D C. reaL estate: also S2J10. ?.00,
S750. etc.. nt 6 per cent V,1I. II. SAUN
DERS & CO . 1407 F st. nw tf
MONEY to loan at C aLd 6 percent.
on District of Columbia realty; no delay
lfieeunlv is satisfactory.
WALTER II ACKER. 704 14lh nw.
MONEY TO X.O.A-N All classes of
real estate loans mane with promptness
nt cnre.it rales THE McLACIILEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor
ncr ll'lh nnd l! streets nw. ru9-tf
MONEY I" '"an real estate In the
District, nt lowest rates nt Interest.
No delay UERRON & NIXON, 1304 F st.
a. w. se4-lmo
XiESS ONS Rl en i n drawiiij;, oil, era yon.
pastel, S3 per mouth, if call UU
mouih. SUnllo. 1237 Pa. ave. uw.. on
second floor front. Be 1 33
DrfOKCE-U Jon want a divorce
rrom thai old machine of yours? Well,
try us. We have the Standard, Dotnesti.--.
Singer, Nov.- Home, American, Wheeler &
Wilson, Household, and many-others, from
$20 to :f50. cash or installments. Tirst
class. second-hand machines of all makrs
from ?5 to 530; cash or installments. Ma
chines repaired from 50 cents up. Drop
us a (Kktal. THE ENTERPRISE S. M. CO.,
334 l'enua. ave. se. It
SF-&.NZSK s the llicft Ucullful of all
lniiRuases ai'd the easiest to learu;you
can read, wrile, and convtrse in twtnty
lessons Address ESPANOL, this oflice.
FUSE consultalion Do you tuffer
from any of these: Constipation, dys
pepsia. Jam dice, palpitation, sick head
acne, veriigo, hiccough, L.iklDR cough,
swellirR of the Icet ard ankles, orepilejisy?
Po-ilive rtber and cure DR. T. K. LEE,
1322 14lh it. nw. 0:SO to 5.30.
U PliOLSTESIKG and mattresses
to make over at homes, private fami
lies. J. St. this office. It
FOIt KEKT 10-acrc farm, fronting on
bic trie R. R., house, barns, shade;
verj reasonable to good tenant: stock and
tools for sale. Address W. L. LIGHTBOWN,
EeUiosila, lldJ; ; sel5-3t
LESSONS on piano and organ, hair,
teacher: 20 cents. Applyatl-14Catric It
31T. J. CUBBY & SONS, coutrn.ctins
bncUayexo, uuS 13t.Xst. nw.; estimates
fnrnlslied for all branches of brickwork
Jobbing promptly attended to: 25 years'
experience; saiislacnou guaranteed or no
MISS WYATT'S Dressmaklngl'ar
lors. 120'J Hih stt uw. Suits made
promptly al moderate prices; fit guaran
teed. Will also go out by the day; in
two days can get through with a pretty
BniU g2 per day; latest styles. It
S2.BO Per thousand will be paid for
postal cards spoiled in addressing or
by priming on cither side, but unruaileiL
Al'lilv, slating nnniber and how- spoiled,
POSTAL, this office. te!4-3t
I "WIIjTj guarantee to cure-any cnee of
catarrh 1 undertake or uo pay; also
an ycaseof eczema withonc treatment. Ad-
drens DOCTOR, this otnee. Be 13 3r
JTTST RECEIVED Fine lot young Cu
ban parrot, guaranteed to talk; also
monkeys, canaries, mocking bints, gold
fish, dogs, and fancy pigeons SCHJIID'S,
712 12ili sL nw., branch 1221 Pa. ave.
"L.A.CZV. Curtains laundered by hand by
an experienced ioman at 50 cente a
pain quantities at reduction. No. 15 F
kt. n w. sell-Ct
"GOOD TIMES" The Times is right.
We are advertising with good results
MATCH ETT & CO. never disappoint. Send
them your printing; 310 10th et. nw.
Be 1 0-7 1
WE don't care to do "cheap" "slop"
priming, and most everybody knows
It and they know we don't care who knows
II. Prices right M. W. MOORE. Gen.
Man.. Law Reporter Company. 518 nth
St. nw nu22
SIXTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
BUth an' c streets scuthwest Preach
ing by the 2Mor. services at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m.; thimes arc "The persever
ance of the saints vs. the petscvering
samt;" p. ra., "Encouragement;" SiUj-day-schol
at 9 30 a. ra.: Christian Ei
deavor, 7 p. m.; Ikislon echo meeting and
C. E. rally. Wednesday, the 18th, 8 p. m.
All Invited. -Her. D. W. Skellenger, pas
tor; lesideiicc. D3G H street southwest.
ISRAEL METROPOLITAN C. M. E.
Church, corner First and B streets south'
west A great time Is e.tptcted at Israel
Church to-day. At 11 a. ra. the pastor
will preach a special sermon; subject;
"Civilization' rfjected corner stone."
At 8 p. ra., Elshop R. I. Williams, of
Washington, D. C. will preach. Good
music bv the choir: Sitiiday-school at 9 RJ)
a. m.: L. A. Cornish, sr., superintendent.
All are invited. Scats free. Rev. H.
Beb. Doyle, pastor.
FOR IlKST STORE.
FORBEST-iuiwS" G 14. corner lr.th
and Tcnn. ave. re., with 7 rooms and
cellar. Slfi 50 per mouth. T. J DIEU-
DON'NE. Ohio National Bank Building.
"WANTED 3 bnjB who have had cx-lieneuce-
ill julnilug. Apply 415 A
st tie.; 7:30 a. m. Mci day. It
FOU RENT ROOM S
WAhTED-A boy to run errands In
a leal eslite oiricc. Address ER
RAND BOY, this olf Ice. It
WANTED-Grocers' drummers forsido
luijs or po.iular Rood-; also, young man
this office. sel5-2t
WANTED-liW for general liouse
nork. cook, wash and iron; stay night;
bring- tern. ;" I St. nw. fcel6-3t
WANTED-A reliable young German
wccian as child's nurse. 728 9th st.
FIVE women from Virginia and four
lrom Maryland wanted. At 30(1 G
St. nw. It
NINE colored and three white domestic
servants. 300 G St. nw. gc!5-3t
WALTER STETSON Teacher of
elocution, dauung. aclug, deep breatn-
his;caIlSuuday. 1324 12ltist. lt
WA3TED-Laiiv'-i time for stcro
graphic lessons. 130 Corcoran bulld-
ing-. after 9:30. It
WANTED-Ladies of good business
nullity to introduce a new and valuable
publication. Liberal terms to good can
vassers. Address J. G. K., this office
WAKTEB-A good steady girl for
housework in private family. No.
JjjJHli et. se. sell;2t
WANTED-3 or 4 young- ladies who
wrile a Rood Land and have experience
in wrapping and pasting papers. 0UICK,
WA5XSD Home Proieeilve Agency
has places for help every day wltfe
good references. All capacities. G10 11th
st. n. w. se4-lmo
HELP WASTED-MALE AND
WANTED-K. J- Tickers, 929 9lh
st. requires wlnte help, cooks, house
keepers, nurses, chambermaids, and wait-
WANTED-White and colored cooks,
at lrom 12 to $30: chambermaids,
waitresses, nurses, laundresses, coachmen,
waiters, housemen, porters, stablemen:
help of all klus to calL THE EXCHANGE,
014 13th st. nw. It
AIjTj Winds of help furnished free of
ciiarge. In or out of the city, by AIRS.
L. C. MOORE. 300 G St. nw. eel5-3t
TELEGRAPHY taught rapidly,
thorougnly, day or evening, by an ex
pert operator: easy terms. Address EX
PERT TELEGRAPHER, 720 11th st.
WANTED Good ojsler cook; at once
1 319 7th st. nw. ie!3-3S
WANTED-A first-class, reliable can
vasser, must be well educated, and fur
nish good recommendations. Address G.
B S.. thlsoffice.. sell-7t
WANTED Smith Premier Typo
writer operators and stenographers
directed to positions. Operators de
siring to familiarize themselves with new
No. 2 Smith Piomior Typewriter call
THE SMITIT TREMIER TYPEWRITES
CO . No 1416 F st. nw. Jy31-tf
SITUATION'S WASTEI MALE.
WANTED-Ycung man wants posi
tion as meat cutter and grocervman;
understands his business. Address II. K.,
this office. sc-15-2t
WANTED-A place as oster cook.
uotHl rc-i s.- SOO 0th st. nw. It
WANTED-By joung man of. 18, as
orri-e- Dovv or other employment. Ad
dress CHARLES, Ihia office. It
WANTED-Druggist wants situation;
permanent or reller; salary no object;
2C years. Address PHENOL, thlsoffice. It-
IWJXL give 525 to anyone securing me
a position as conductor on any car line.
Address CAR LINE, tills office. sel4-2fc
A GERMAN. gcMKl hostlerand driver;
also iarnier and milker; handv with
tools; bett refs. Address R. W. 819 E st.
WANTED-Hy a sober, industrious
married man a position as porter,
driver, messenger, cr janitor; willing to
do any kind of work. Address THOMAS
HILL, ho. 1 E st. tw. tel4-2t
WANTED-Cy a white boy, passed 13,
a place to do errands for board, while
attending fchool; raised In country, can
manage hotted: city references- Address
S. T. N.. this office. sel3-5t
SITTTATIONS VTAJfTEIJ FEMALE.
WANTED Young lady desires to learn
millinery with a first-class milliner.
Address IL this office. It
WANTED By a colored lady,
washing and ironing tocarry home; first
class work. Address Mrs. J. E. WAR II,
508 24th st. nw. sel5-2t
WANTED-Hr a German girl, place
as chambermaid, no waiting; willing
to assist with washing and ironimr.
S tate wages: address NEAT, thlsoffice. It
"YV ANTED Position as attendant on
invalid; understand massage and water
treatment for rheumatism. Address C. L.,
this office. It
WANTED-By a respectable colored
woman, a child to care for a t her nome;
best of attention. A'ddress "CHILD," this
W A NT FID By colored woman worfcof
anv kind except washing; good refs.
ALBERTA HAWKINS, 121 Va.ave.sw.
W A NTEB-Place as housekeeper in
hotel or llrst-elass widowers family
bv experienced white lady. HOUSEKEEP
ER. tlii3 office. sell-7t
WANTED All kinds of old U. S. post
age stamps: Department stamps espe
cially desired. Highest prices paid. H.
F.DUNK1IORST. 1005 7th st.nw.
sel5 22 29oc6 13
WANTED-?50(I on furniture, piano,
etc,. to be reraid In installments; se
curity cost $2,500: nearly new. Address
II. W. B.. this office. It
32.000 cash will no paid for desirable
new brick house; 6 rooms; 2 floors;
a. ra. 1.: conveniently located: white tenant.
Address, with particulars, QUICK CASH,
W A NTED Ahorse, harnessa nd buggr,
on easy payments; not over 550. 618
K si. sw. fcel5-3t
W ANTED Desk room In law office
lor typewriter. STENOGRAPHER, Hits
WANTED-Mis. Zula Ward's, classes
and private lessons for primary pupils
Apply at 93G 23rd st. nw. It
stenography, ill and outside of office.
136 Corcoran building. - It
WANTED-Fresh milk cow. TERN
WOOD. Pierce's MM Road. sel4-3t
FOR SALE-A bargaiu; pair of dia
mond earrings: perfect stones, weighing
one karet each; party leaving city. Ad
dress KARET. this office. scl4-2t
WAHTED-M students to take our
courie in applied mH-banies: a few in
clec'ritltv and draughting. DUNTONIAN
INSTITUTE. 10th ard I) cts. tel 4-8 1
WAKTED-A family of four adults
about to take a large boiife in the
northwest desire a couple, or two-gentlemen
to go wkh Hum aultakc 1 or2 rooms;
either fur or unfur.: best refs. Address
A. M. E-. tl-is office. Eel 4-3 1
WANTED-Girls to be self-supporting;
married l.idie3 to lessen dressmaking
bills by learning to tut by Merchant Tailor
Square: particulars at school. 718 12lh
WANTED A grocery store In a good
location; sales must not be less than
$1,000 per month. Address CASH BUYER,
tills office. scl3 tf
WANTED-To take charge of dining
roumandkitchen in ahouse where there
are soni? boarders. Address CATERER.
this office. n se!3 3f
WANTED Highest prices paidforgood
second hand books, office furniture,
store fixtures and household effects of all
kinds; send postal and will calL JL RO
SENBERG. 802 Et.nw. sell-7t
SSO.OOO to loan at 5 percent, on ap
prised real estate. X. O. ANDER
SON & CO., 907 G St. nw. seS-tt
Wanted Try Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOrSALL LEAKS FREE.
And. chare oalr for pnlntlzir wc-rfc rusrfunvsl
U." nUBBER KUOtf PAlNf CO., Ml bta u
FOR RENT At 321-4th St. lie., fur
nished rooms, ill a delightful corner
house, with or without board, to suit; agree
ablo parties; references exchanged. se!5 3t
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms;
north aud couth exposure: communis
eating or tingle; summer rates, board If
desired. Address B., thla office. selQ-3 1
FOR RENT Nicely fur. and new 1 -papered
rooms, single or en suite; 1st,
2d and 3d floors: with good old. Virginia
board; convenient location; reference, loll
Mst. nw. fccl5-3t
FOR HENT Unfurnished communicat
ing rooms, with closets. 521 3d st.nw.
FOR RENT Two unrurnished rooms,
one large bay-window front room and
one good-sized hall room adjoining; heat
and gas; low rent. 902Ost-nw. It
FOR RENT Flat ot three nice rooms,
smtaote lor fight housekeeping; 2 front,
1 back, soutliern exposure; lignt and heat;
$ 10.50. 500 Lst. nw. lt
FOR RENT 2desirable fur.com. rooms
in new tiuy-window house, 516 Mst-;
for gentlemen; delightful location. OWN
FOR RENT Parlor, fur. or unrur., suit
able for physician ur office: $10. 1940
14th st. nw. It
FOR RENT Unfur., 1322 13th st.
nw., near Iowa Circle, 3d story unfur.
13 roums nnd hall room: bay windows; largo
closets: also dlniu& room and kitchen; m. 1.
FOR RENT 3 unfur. rooms, by adults:
3d floor: lorllghthoujekeepiugtheat and
light: convenient to car lines and herdics;
rentglS.00. inqulrelflSB lGthst. lt
FOR RENT Nicely fur. front rooms for
one or more persons, with or without
board: private family: convenient to de
partments; reasonable rates. 1113 Gth
at, nw. sol 0-7 1
FOR RENT Two second floor fur. or
unfur. communicating rooms; bath on
same rioor; reasonable. 47 K st. nw.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, en suite
or single, with first-class board; hot
water heating; best location. 924 New
York ave. nw. sel l-7t
FOR RENT Very deslrnblo rur. rooms;
single or ea suite; private family; ex
lent location. 13 17 L st. nw scl0-7t
$2 and $2.50 per week Newly-fur.
rooms: bath, gas; private family; 3 min
utes' walk from B. & 0. depot. 223 N.
Capitol st. se9-7t
FOR RENT 3 fur. or unfur. rooms.
2d floor: housekeeping pcrmittetL 129
Id st. nc; refs. e!2-3t
FOR RENT Nicely fur. room with
board; suitable for man and wifeortwo
gentlemen. 638 East Capitol st.
FOR ItENT IIOOMS.
FOR RENT Rooms, unfur., Indesirable
house. 1st floor parlors, frontand lack;
would rent In tonnettiom with kitchen and
liasenien;-. 3d floor, 3 rooms; heat, gas aud
liath. 1310 Q St. uw. It
FOR RENT Elegant parlor floor; 3
rooms; neat, light, hath on same floor,
$10 1201)st.ne. sel5-2t
FOR RENT Unfur. rooms; entire 2
Moors 3 tin II rooms; 2 closets, bath , heat
and ens: one-half block from cable cars;
FOR RENT 1908 H st. uw;furnfched
and unfurnished rooms. se!3-7t
FOR RENT For gentlemen who are
particular, large, handsomely furnished
rooms at cheapest rates: third Hoor room,
$9: refs. 1522 9th St. nw. sel-l-.t
FOR RENT 717 12th st. nw., 2-rery
uesiraole, large, nicely fur. rooms, en
suite or single; auo, 2 fine rooms for light
WOP RENT Furnished rooms, sec
oiid and third stones: new house; with
owner. Ill Maryland ave. ne. se!4-2t
FOR RENT 0 l6t f'0"r. f'at "f
4 rooms, with bathroom; all modern
Improvements; suitable fur housekeeping;
convenient aud pleasant locality on Fr-iidi-IinPark.
912 14th st. nw. sel 3-3 1
FOR RENT 2 elegantly fur. rooms;
for single men or light housekeeping;
atvery reasonable ratjs; a. m. i. 1139 C
st. sw. te!3-3t
FOR PENT 3 unfur. rooms on 3d
Loor,. lor lignt housekeeping; gas. heat,
raid bath. 1314.9th st. nw. sc7t7t
FOR RENT " communicating fur
nished rooms, central location, one
square from four lines of cars; wither with
out board: gentlemen preferred; at 404
s. j. ave. nw. No children. se!4-2t
FOR RENT-030 L st .nw., 2 or 3
2d or .id Uoor fur. or unrur.; new houso.
931 Q st. A suite of rooms, parlor and
bedroom; suitable for lady in ofticc;
price, $12; board if desired; also ten
rooms suitable for gentlemen; $8 pes,
FOR RENT Nicely fur. rooms, single
or en suite, with or without board, in
a delightful neighborhood; terms verr rea
sonable. Apply al 1801 13th st. uw.
FOR RENT Unfur. room. No. 025 E
st. nw.; south front; 3 windows; bal-.
cony, convtiiient to car lines and all De
FOR RENT Furnished front room;
pmtleroan preferred: S10 In advance;
Belt and cable cars. 9tS Va. ave. sw.
FOR RENT S-t-50 a week for good
Ixianl and room, rront and back:spten
did location. 71 6 1 2th st. nw. scl3-7t
FOR RENT 2 la rge unf urnished rooms,
2d floor; southern, eastern, aLd west
ern exposure: all sunshine. 10O0 0th
St. nw., cor. K. se!3 3t
FOR RENT Cheerful furnished rooms,
complete for housekeeping, 2d floor;
bath, gas, heat, etc., with small private
family: SI 5 per month, to respectable people.
521 9th st. sw. rcl l-3t
FOR RENT 3 nicely fur. rooms: 2
comiiuiuicaung; $7 each per mo.: one
$5: all with closets; gentlemen preferred
rers; good board near. 1448 Corcoran
FOR RENT 2 or 3 unfurnished rooms,
wltli heat, gas, and batn; suitable Tor
light housekeeping: also 2 nicely fur
nished rooms, southern exposure; rent
reasonable. 203 Est. nw. sel3-3t
FOR RENT A t707 3thst.uw.,3 unfur.
....... .n.n.s- m.win.hlu rnOT,
IU13, IU IIU VU OVUU ..1. C(.-A-I.
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms,
suitable For light housekeeping, con
venicntto G. P. O. No. 8 r si. nw.; $13.
FOR SENT 307 C st. nw., six hanil-(uvnely-iurnisbed
front rooms, single or
en suite, with or without board; centrally
located; tabic bnard first-elasa. scl4-3t
FO lllngJTT ROOMS.
FOR-RENT-'Eur. rooms forseutlemen:
s to 4lo perJUoiith; gas bath aud heat.
1014 10th st. ire;' selG-1-lt
FOR RENT. No. 8 8th st. so., fur
orunrar. rooPls;new house;smallprlvate
family, within 3il0or of E. Cap, st. It
FOR RENT A largu handsomely fur
ukilied second story front room; also
third story back room; centrally located:
moderate rent; very- desirable: references
exchanged. llimUfciiw. ielD-.1t
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished
large, light, airy rooms on rirst, sec
ond and third flixj. with gas and bath.
620 6th st. nw.j refs. exchanged; settled
people preferred. It
FOR RENT Unfur.. 3 conimunlcatlng
iltt-noor rooms: nanusomeiy papercu;
private bath: to a careful couple llgMt
housekeeping. OWNER, 804 O st. nw.
FORRENT Fur. roomaud private fam
ily; tioaru in new house; new furniture:
gentlemeu preferred; most delightful loca
Uomm tliuliilL 107.Marylandave.ne. It
FOR RENT 211 E- St. nw., 8 rooms
and bath; new house; all modern con
veniences; south front; rent moderate.
Also 909 10 th st sc.; C rooms; 12.
EDWARD KERN. 27 R st sel4-3t
FOR RENT Very desirable furnished
front room: heat, bath, gas; private
family; cars pass; refs. ex.; rent SO per
month. 824 lst st. nw. sel4-4t;
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, seo
ond noor, with bath, gas aud heat.
Apply do H st.-nw. sel4-tf
FOR RENT " delightful unfurnished
rooms, lirst and second floors- 1222
11th st. nw. sel-l-3t
FOR RENT Two or three very pretty
front rooms, unfur, very cheap, to
persons without children, or fur. to gents;
all conveniences. 1211 9th st. nw. sel4-3
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms,
3d rioor, light and heat, $15. ono
large unfurnished front room, 2d floor.
No. -10J E. Cap. St. fcol3-3t
FOR RENT !213 I st. nw.. beauti
fully iur. aud unfur. rooms; single
orcusuileatrcaseabie rales. It
FOR RENT Nearly new brick house,
0 rooms and bath, on U st. near lltb
ne. Keys at 1001 II ne.
FOR RENT Three rooms, 2d floor;
new house; heated by hot water; use
-of lath, wltlvgas fur lighting; sultahlcfor
light housekeeping. 234Nst.nw. te!4-3t
FOR RENT Rooms suitable for Lusl-
ues; also a flat fur light Uoutckeep
Ing. at 604 12th sL nw. sel 4-3t
FOR RENT Two largo comfortably
furnished rooms, on third floor, nt a
reasonable price; gentlemen preferred;
will fnruUh breakfast or board. 1121
10th. st. uw. sel4-3t
Sworn Circtilation of The
1 Actually Sold
Monday, September 2? 30,030
Tuesday, " 3.- 31,272
Wednesday, " 4.1. 31,106
Thursday, " 5.: 30,914
Friday, " 5 30,896
Saturday, " 7;. 34,690
Sunday, " -."8.1... 23,477
-i r. . '
Papers sold '.....,! 21 2,385
FOR RENT Neat fnniished rooms,
2d and 3d floors, with largo closets in
alU. home comforts; reasonable rates.
815 11th at. n. w. SC14-CL.
FOR RENT Unrurnished; 3 communl
ca litis rooms; 2d floor: liay window;
heat, gas and bath: convenient to Pension
and Government Printing Offices. 523 New
Jersey ave. nw. It
FOR RENT a unfurnished rooms, m.
L, for light Housekeeping, No. 5 Lnw.
sel -1-3 1
FOR RENT A large trontriMm;cheer-
lurnisneti; cneap. iio aotn st.
FORHP.NT Soutlieru exposure:rooms
wttn good table board. 20 Grant
FOR RENT Cheap, part of nicely fur
nished 9-room. huuse, with piano- In-
'quirc 2308, drug store, berore 2 p. m.
FOR RENT H04 12ih st.nw., large
and small rooms; single or en suite;
newly fur., paiwred, and painted; large
closets; 2 new baths; first-class table
board; terms reasonable. It
FOR RENT Neat, well-kept and
lighted hall room, newly papered; suit
able for gentleman only; So per month.
927 I st. nw. fcc!5-7t
FOR RENT 725 Gth St. nw . fUr
nisheii si-cond story front small bark
room and back parlor. sel&-2t
FOR RENT Nicely rur., 2d story front
room; couth and east exposure; all
mod. imps.: i tat ai.d clean, htmie ccrafosts;
ref.; rent cheap. 35 M st.nw. rel5-3t
WANTED ROOMS AND BOARD.
FOR RENT 90S K st n w. 3 rooms,
2 front, with liutb on 2d floor; private
family: no children. se!5-3t
WANTED-Room for studio of acting-
3 evenings. RETLAW, tills office.
VV ANTED 2 unfur. rooms on 1st or
2d floar on Capitol Hill, for light
housekeeping; only man and wife. Ad
dress L. X.. this-office. It
BOARD with room wanted by single
man; is20 ts 5S5 month; give particu
lars. Address 11., li.. this office. It
WANTED-nRoumand board for $13 a
n..,titt. n..n l...-irlntl dflilro.. TtO
...... nil, . I U (!..... .u... liuuilia , uu
Shcrulaii st- nw. e sel4-4t
WANTEDltn and board; $13 per
mouth. Call at 738 Sheridan st. nw.
. ,r. It
GOOD room and'excelient board, S4per
week. 207 Penn. ave. nw. sell-7t
WANTED-Two young men to board;
private lamlly'of adults; appointments
first class: price J18 each. Address B.
M.. this office. It
COMFOHTABLE room ai.d first
class beard in reLU-cd private ramily
for two young men: $45 a month, or $25
tori. AddpcssX.X.,tbisolflcc. It
roil SAI.TJ STTBUKllAN.
FOR SALE A charming Jttle prop
erty at a depot on B. and P. R. R.
at convenien t distance from the citj:
nice- new cottage. large grounds in grass,
handoii.Vy iencecU aburdant ami superior
water: a very cnusual bargain. A. J.
SCUWARTZ, No. (.03 Otli st. nw sc!5-7t
FOR SALE GRACE M. THOMAS.
Room 100 Corcoran Building. Isofferiug
some most desirable lots in Broukiaud for
FOR SALE-A beaulirul place at River
dale, new house. 71argerooms;Iargelot,
orchard. Ptabis-. well, etc; one-half tquure
from Boulevard: only $2,750. eary terms.
S. M. JONES. MO mill 8t. nw. sel3-3t
FOR SALE Clieap;Atalon Heights,
lot 13, block G. Inquire of owner. 21s,
10th et. nw. eel2-7t
REPUBLICANS and Democrats,
bend your wives to the Enterprise Sew
ing Machine Cos, 334 Pa. ave. sc. Re
pairs rrom BOc up. New machines from
$20 to SG0: second-baud ones, $5 to $25,
cash or Installments. Send a .postal. It
ROOM8 FOR RENT
SPECIAL NOTICE-Artcsian wello
drilled, any deFireil depth In earth or
rock: air rhafui sunk, soundings made. S.
BAKING business all In first class
naming order; fine trade; good stand:'
long lease: must be sacrificed: come quick.
T. O. ANDERSON & CO.. Real Estate and
Business Exchange, 907 O tnir. sel3-tf
THIS 1 to givB notice that the partner
eniphcretoloreexlstlnRbetweeuPrather A Waters has this day been disv)led by
mntual eonrent. The business will becarrled
on by Mr. W C Prather, who will collect
all outstanding accounts, anil alsaassuma
nil Indebtedness agahi3;sal.l flrmof Prattler
& Waters. E. IL WATERS.
Se pt. 9. 1895. te!3-3t
is hereby given that William IL Walker,
carrying on the grocery bnfiness at hos
940 and 948 Louisiana avenue northwest,
this city, has executed to me an assign
ment for the benefit ot his creditor:. All
persons Indebted to the said Walker are
requested to make settlement of their In
debtedness to me or my representative.
Mr. A. T. Walker; and all persons having
to filo them with me. LEON TOBRINER,
Enuity Building, 317 4 1-2 st.nw. sell-Ct
Sc member 9. 1985.
LOST Bet. 011 C st. nw. and Palais
Royal a small open-race silver watch.
The fmder will return toabovu number and
get rewanl. lt
LOST Friday morning, a pair ot gold
spectacles; left either in Kann's dry
goods house or on war to Center Market.
Reward If returned to 151G L st. nw.
tel 5-3t .
LOST A white English setter; glass
eyes. Reward If returned to Drug
store, 5th and N. Y. ave. nw. It
LOST About noon, on or near Penn.
R. R. tracks, roll ot bills containing
S31. Finder please return anil receive re
ward ot E. S. SPLVKS, 321 1 sL se.
LOST Stick pin. leaf with diamond ccn-
ter.Sunday, bet, N. Y. ave.and 10th st.,
7th and Mass. ave. nw. Reward If left
at MiKnew's; 933 Pa. ave. nw.
LOST Knight Templar charm; Pinder
return to 1219 E ft. nw. and receive
rewanl. F. J. MILLER. re!3-3t
FOUND-Strayed bay horser call at
92ti 2oth St. uw. sel4-2t
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Very old fine-tone 'vio
lin. '. B. C this orfice. It
RO QMS FO R REN T
FOR SALE-Fruit, confectionery, and
ice cream store- near the junction of
tlio Tcnnalljtown aud W.i G. R. B, do
ing a fair business: good reason for selling.
fMHuy i-iii ju et. uw. it
FOR SALE-taby carriage; very
lur.ni iu ejLceiieub cuuuiiiuu. L.-1D
30Ui Bt, It
FOR SALE Fine trap S40.ponycart
Jsl5, 2 Dajtons $15, 4-year-old mare
$25; must be sold. 1328 II st. sel5-3t
FOR SALE-$-10 will buy fine bay
horse; 9 years old; suitable for grocery
wagon or coupe. Call Sunday "or Monday,
CHAS. LINKIN'S LIVERY- STABLE, 9th
and O sts. nw. seLl-lt
EIGHT for patent paint for sale Cost,
33 cents gallon. 109 4 1-2 st. sw. It
FOR SALE A baby carnage; in good
condition; cheap. NEB, this office. It
FOR SALE Two show cases; a 12 ft.
counter and a lot of clock boxes; cheap.
Corner 20th and Nsts.nw. sel4-2t
FOR SAXiS Light, 1-horse platform
spring wagon. Apply 433 K st. nw. It
FOR SALE-Grocery doing: good busi
ness, cheap for cash; other business.
445 N. Y. ave. sel4-5t-
FOR SALE We have left with us
horses, wagons, traps, surreys. Buggies,
that we a re ordered to sell; ho limit on t hem:
caiiacouce vat uscuw. sei-4-ltil
FOR SALE-Flue walnut bedroom fur
uuure and 2 matlres-ses cheap. 615
P st. uw. se!4-7t
FOR SALE Cheap. large saddle pony,
perfectly gentle: will work in harness:
8 yearsold. 939Gst.8w. jel4-3t
FOR SALE-1 horse, surrey, and
harness, $175, or horse, buggy, and
harness, $150, or will trade for building
Jot Address IL E. E., this of nee.
FOR S ALE Firstclass wood aud coal
yard m n.. doing- a good cash busi
ness, cheap for cash. Address COAL, this
o trice. sel0-7t
FOR SAJLE A small-sized Iron safe In
good condition. GEO. BANCROFT &
CO.. 604-G06- 6th St. nw. sell-7t
SI PER WEEK.
MUIRKTRK EXPRESS STATION.
ON DIRECT LINE OF NEW ELECTRIC
RA1 LKOAD AND WASHINGTON AND
BALTIMORE GRAND BOULEVARD.
NOW BEING CONSTRUCTED.
A refined suburb for refined people. On
the main line ot the B. & O. R.R., be
tween Washington and Baltimore: 18 min
utes' ride: 3 0 trains daiIy- 2 stations;
graded and macadamized streets and ave
nues. Location higli and healthy, com
manding grand view of surrounding coun
try. Several fine- springs, which, by an
analysis by experts. Is shown to he the
nearest to absolutely pure water ver yet
found. Lots average in sizi" COxlCO. Will
be sold lower than at any other subdivis
ion between the two cities. Terms to suit
you and no Interest.
If you desirea safe arsl sure ii"vc3tment
or a beautiful home site out of the city
call at one We can .show you more ad
vantages at MU1RKIRK than you cai Ilnd
in any subdivision rear Wasrfctn.
K J MARSHALL.
511 lilii sir nw.. or
W1L M. iACER.
se!4;lw Ohio ISauk Building.
FOR SALE-lC'dSOu feel in .go'd.
neighborhood; Lcautirul tiees; si.CtOi
one-third cash, balance In 1 ai-rt 2 years
at 6 percent, Brookland, D C. GRACBM.
THOMAS, Room 100 Corcoran Euildiug.
"WANTED Second-hand Dayton wag
on; good condition. Call 941 B st. nw.
A SEVENTH daughter of a seventh
sou can buy a machine frcn us. Just
the same as ordinary every-day people. All
makes, from $20 to 0; second-hand ma
chines. So to 525. All kinds repaired from
50cenh up. THE EInTKUPRIHE SEWING
MACHINE CO., 33 1 Penna.ave.se. Send
PERSONS- wishing to engage an ex
perienced Bi.d skillful nurse, address
NURSE, this ofHce. te!5 3t
S1.200 clerk In first assistant's office,
1". O. depart racnt; wants to transfer with
clerk of same grade iu another bureau, same
department. M.F-.thU office. It
YOU'LL have to buy a safe to keep It
In wny.Uie money you will save on an
elegant custom-made suif'but little worn,"
at a llgure that will "knock you silly."
JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619 D st.nw
ROSS' Photograph Gallery, 405 First
street southeast, Washington, D. C.
IF YOU have hcuses for rent or sale let
me have them, as I have applications
rightatong. S.CARR, 1353Md.avene.
aiBYE. FRANCIS- Washington's
mest popular medium, will resume easi
ness September 10. and will be-glad to meet
her many r nends and iiatrons.at 324 East
Capitol et.; sittings dally, 9 to 9, 25c and
50e. te!3 7t
NOTICE Berkeley- Dairy Lunch, 467
Get., has just o pencil; will keep Berkeley
Springs mineral water free to its patrons.
TTTE V.'ouderf ul Remedy. Cancers cured
without knife, pain or pay until cured;
also carbuncles, piles, dropsy, by PROF.
MARTIN RILEY. 4C7 Pa. av. nw. dt-oco
MASSAGE and electric treatment
given by Mrs. Lewis, 702 9th n. vr.
House open from 9 a m to 9 p. m.
.T. T. WALKKKSONS. 20 1 lOlhst.
nw.. carpet lining, felts, lire brick and
clay, asljstos. paints, brushes. lime, cement,
two and three-ply roofing matenal.apr21-tf
TEE "3 DAYS" CURE TOR MEN.
This remedy cu res In3days or uncharge.
Consultation free. Dr. McKEEHAN, 716
12th st. nw. sell-7t
"WANTED Fcople to know that
John B. McCarthy, undertaker and
embaliner, until recently with George
W. Wise, ts located at 3333 M St.. George-
town. I). C. sell 7t
IME. PERRIN Scientific palm
istry: truest destiny reader or the age;
events of past and future revealed with
wondettul accuracy; hours 10 to 9. 515
19th st nw., bet. E and F.
SSO to S100 a month. To make SCO
to SIOO a month this fall and winter
learn now at halt winter rates the
easy, profitable hranclu of art I teach.
TEACIIER. 806 1 1th st. nw. ae!2-7t
DR. TAYLOR. 900 F st.nw., makes
run sets or teeth ror $5; sattsractlon
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold tilling. SI; amalgam. 50c se4-tt
LADIES needing confidential treat
ment. A sate and sure relict in all
female trouble, constipation, irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, optam habit, fistula,
etc. Separate- rooms for patients berore
aud durinz coathiement. and find homes
for infants It required. Strictly confiden
tial. MRS. BR. REXNER. 16 Fourth sL
ne.. near E. Capitol SL. Washington, D.C.
PBOP. CLAY, oldest established advertising-
clairvoyant, medium and tor
tune teller in this city; removes all your
troubles: tells rrom cradle to Rrave; ad
vice on business, love affairs, tosses or
matrimonial adventures; unites separated
and causes speedy marriage with one you
love hy proper advice. Call and be con
vinced that I can work a cure quicker
than anv medium you ever met. Fee 08
cents'. Hours. 10 to 9: open Sunday.
489 II st bet. 1 1-2 and Othst.sw
MME. ESTELLE tells all the events
ot lite in Herman and English; hours,
9 a. m. to 10 p. m.; 25 and 50 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; she can
take off spells and cause to marry, as well
as tell you thepastand future: persons call
ng at the tent next to railroad, willask for
MME. BURNETT. .
Tako Eckingtoa and Soldiers' Home
PEOF. F ANTLEROY tells the
events of lne, compels love and brings
back the separated. 1113 Delaware ave.,
beULaudMsw. Hours, 10 to 6. Sittings,
anYTE. BEOCKE tells all the evrnts
or lite: all business confidential; ladies
and gentlemen. 50 cents each; hours, 9 a.
m.toOp.m. 60 5 New York avenue north
west, near Sixth street. se9-14t
FOR KENT HOUSES.
Br JAMES a JESTER,
6-n rst.N. w.
17U0 19th n w (corner), completely fur.$100
l&UOst nw, completely furnished...... 73
215 C st nw, 10 r a iO.ro -W V nw, 6 r b, m U1S.E0
SOJEsw (eolk. 14.S0
-.Ull 14tu.nw,;irb. XkOO
2113 Pa av nw,9 r b UUtl
161S 1st nw, r b.. XiCO
i nerce nw icot7. iz.w
4 lilagUon s at mr,
42s M st so, storo and b rms (corner). ..)12.0Q
2U29 Vt are nw, storo room only........ 13.40
Desirable oSIca rooms, G37 La are nw, ts to JlOL
FORRENT 1331 Columhlast..;cheap:
ieritM.inler. OWNER. 2325 Lst. It
FOR RENT No. 68 D St. ne., brick
hou-e;o reonjs-and twth;cellar:a. m. L
$22.00. S. CARMODY, 339 lstst.ne.
FORRENT 2 elegant housesatBrook
lanu: i.eated by lutnace: hot and cold
water: large lots: plenty of shade; $30 and
$27.50 per mouth. GRACE M.THOMAS,
100 Corcoran Butldiug. sel5-3t
3d. near Petition
la rge yard.
lo-room bay window brick;
FOR RENT $20.50, 1144 and 1149
lst sr. ii w., 1 rooms: also 34 and 36
E st uw.. 7 roums; cheap houses. W. C
DUV A LL.925Fst. sel5-3t
$33 On 17th St., one square north ot
Mass. ave.; brick bouse; 9 rooms and bath;
all mod. Imps.; newly papered and painted;
keys corner grocery.
$30 Those- new buff brick and stone
houses corner 2lst and O nw.; 9 rooms and
bath; elegantly- decorated; every conven
ience; heated by hofwatcr; fashionable sec
tion. $30 2009 Portlier Place; comparatively
new brick: 6 rooms, cellar and bath; in per
$00 Reduced, rrom 575; 133T low.
st. nw.; new brick and stone residence; 12
rooms and tiled bath;butler's pantry; back
stairway; all ratings of the finest; hot
water heat; keys at drug- store.
sel l-3t R.J.MARSILALL.
SS0.30 will rent a very desirable 6
room brlckhouse;in sood repair; 1229 M
st. nw. Inquire CHARLES G. THOM, 1213-
FOR RENT Cheap: neat houses. No.
2!Fl87th St.. $12; No. 2920 $13.50;
each has five rooms, and cella- and stable.
Inquire ot J. CHESTER, room 19, Law
rence Iwilding. 615 1-lthst.nw. sel0-6t
FOR RENT 1240 Duncan St. ne., 7
rooms; all modern Improvements, near-
Iv new. $15.30. JOHN W. MORRIS. 61 1
FOR RENT No. 29 R st nw.; 8
room and lath; all latest conveni
ence ; south front, large yard, moderate
tent Also 6-ruoni house on l0t!i St. se.,
u'ii; car $12 per month. ED
WARD KERN. 2T R st. nw. scll-6t
FOR KrtllCT Two beautiful houses. 6
rooms and Catb;N.is. 1730 and 1738 V
st nw.; verv reasonable. W. M. YAGEB
A Co.. Ofc En nk Building. sel2-4c
S7C.OO-2000 F sc nw.; 10-roo
ricfe: a. m. 1.: furnished, complete. C.
T. YODER. 615 Est, nw.
S4.3.GO l"u E st. nw.; 14r.; a. m. 1.
C. T. YODER. 615 E St. nw.
S35.00- l20 9thst.nw.;8r.,b.;m-L
S3S.50-314 to 320 N. C ave. se.; 'J?
a. ra.r.;new. C T. YODEE,61BEst
FOR RENT nOTJSES.
No. 1309 14th etnw.,.101.
No. 1311 14thstnw.I0re.
Nes 1201 Rhode Island aTe. nw..6ri.
No. 1203 Rhode Islandave. nw..6n.
No. IST'3 Q !.nir., 10 re.
No. 12fXQ itow.,..!
No. 1602 Yeraufnt a7mr 10 rs.
Above houses are in elegant repair aa
baTetic latest raniM.r plumbing
A-HEITMUELLERi CO ,
se5-I4t t 1333 14 th St.
SCO will rent a Terr desirable 13-room
house; all m. L; good repair; 1102 I si.
nw. Inquire CHARLES G. THOM. 1213 F
' nw. se!3-3t
FOR REIfT MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT $3 per month, 1 Call
grapli typewriter in perfect order; also
folding top desk, nearly new, with chair,
for rent or sale. Inquire at No. 904 12th st.
NEW brown otone, furnished. In ex
change Tor board. 1806 Riggs, near
hunnnt flreie 1
FOR SALE IIOtTSES.
FOR SALE New bay- window, press
brick, ii ruoms and. bath; m.1.; location
nw.: I6xlC0 ft. alley; electric bells and
hchtln-: $4,500; a bargain. JAMES U.
JLSTEJt, 039F sta w. se!5-2t
FOR SALE-Press brick: 7 rooms and
lutn. cellar; furnace; 6th sr near
E. Cap.; 19x95 to 30 ft. paved alleyt
S1.500; a bargain. JAMES G. JESTER,"
631L l5t- dw. 8el5-2t
FOR SALE-A splendid 8-room housej
press brick front; new; street cars pass
the door; can be bought, for $3,100; $200
cash; balance, $25 per month; Including In
terest. S.OARR. 1355 Md ave. ne. se!4-3t
FOR SALE-Cheap, centrally located
property, $4,200; rented $29 per mo.;
XI st. nw.. between 4th and 5th sts. nw..
and on Mass. ave. also; easy terms; 7
rooms and bak building. CHAS. A.
SHIELDS, 1405 Fstnw. el4-3t
FOR SALE-27 R st nw.; new house;
10 rooms and bath; south front; large
yard to 20 foot alley; built for owner's use;
a bargain; terms, to suit OWNER, 27 Rot
SSO cash, $20 per month, will bay 7-room
bath; 16 2 3x64 ft.; In good location;
splendid opportunity to secure home. D. D.
THOMPSON. 1333 F tU nw. It
FOR SALE orrent. 3-story brick dwell
ing: 11 rooms. 212 N. Cap. st. Ap
ply owner. 214 N. Cap. 6t- sel4-3t
FOR, SALE CbeapUowbite or colored:
2 1 raine noures, C rooms, all modern im
provement: reduced from $2,500 to $2,000.
OWNER. 1313 5th. st. nw. se!3-3t
FOR SALE-135 N st se.. for $1,050.
Look at ml bouse: 6-roorn brick: water,
sewer, and gas: front street; only 20 min
utes' to Center Market: $30 cash: $13 per
month. Tltto perfect JOHN F. DOXO-HOE-308
E. Cap. st sell-6t
THOMAS DOWLTNO. AUCTIONEER.
612 E ST. NW.
On TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER SEVEN
TEENTH, at TEN O'CLOCK A. M.. I will
sell, at public auction, the entire contents
ot a first-class machine shop, as a whole
or separate; formerly owned by R.J. Shep
herd, deceased, at 211 12th st.nw. Now
open for inspection.
A. R. SHEPHERD.
Forty head of horses will be
sold at our Auction Stables, 211
11th st. nw., on Saturday, Sep
tember 14 th, at 10 a. m.
Mr. Edward Dunn, of FitSburfc Ps-.-itlttsell
onerIr of Coach Horses, IS hands high, veil
broken, fe&riess of steam or motor; also bcaod
PercyScott, ot MartlnsDnr?, W. Va, ship.
SO head of sood heavy verk horses, among
them soma good, drivers, and will be sold re
gardlesa of prices. Everyone In need of stock
snonld attend this sole. Several horses from
Magrath & Kennelly,
1864. Education For Real Life 1595,
For Sons and Daughters.
The Spencerlan Business College,
National Bank ot the Republic Browing.
cor. 7lhand D nw. Dayandnlghtsesslons.
The thirty-first scholastlo year ot this
popular institution begins Monday, Sep
tember 2, 1885. Five departments. Tfct;
Practical business. Including cosiplet.
bookkeeping coarse. English, rapid cal
calatioDs, rapid writing, moral and social
culture, Delsarte system of expression,
civics, political economy and commercial
law. PractlcaL English, with Initiatory
bookkeeping. Shorthand and Typewrlttajr,
including- English; Spencerlan Rapid Writ
ing, Mechanical and Agricultural Drawing.
Full corps of thoroughly trained teachers.
Office open, every business day and
write or can ror new annual announce
ment Mrs. Sara A. Spencer,
Principal and Proprietor.
STOLEN $5 Reward Boy's Crescent
bicycle: nearly new. Hadleftpedaland
crank off when taken. No.between.96,000
and 107,000. -DaWn's Hiding- School,
N. X. ave. and 13th. 1-t.
a "sconnoN" in his boot.
Vain Effort of an. Army Officer M;
Crusli a Reptile. J
Pearson's Weekly. "
The following Btory of a Bcorpfon getting
into a boot is told at the expense ot on offi
cer, who was stationed with his regiment at
morning and was Just about to stamp tha
eral scorpions bad been seen, about the bar
racks for a few weeks, so that he naturally
concluded that It was one ot these pests that
had stung him. "Well, the harm's dona
now," he uttered, with a mental benediction,
upon the head ot his servant for being; so
careless, "but, anyhow, I might as well kill
the brute- It'll set away It I take the boot
off." Accordingly, ho began stamping;
violently on the floor, with a view to crosa
Ing; the Lie out ot the scorpion. Every tlmo
ho Btamped it gave him. the greatest agony,
but he stuck bravely to it, nntd at last he
thought that the objectionable tenant must
bo dead. When ho took oft his boot, how
ever, be felt both relieved and vexed, but
was glad that be had not summoned assist
ance, lb was years before be could tell the
real story of his scorpion, for during half,
an hour be had been stamping; upon and
trjlng to kill a blacking brush, which bis
servant bad accidentally left in the bottom
of his boot
Those graceful masters ot the art Tcr
glschorc. Professors Roche and Oppen
elmcr. will open the season at St Joseph's
Hall. Fifth nnd H streets northwest, Mon
day evening, September 16th. Admission
by card only. The above, announcement la
no doubt highly pleasing to aU dancers,
nnd those who would become dancers.
Under the careful training of these ac
complished and popular masters, the high
est degree of proficiency is easily at
tained. We say "easily" because the
methods employed by these gentlemen ren
der the acquiring nt the art a season of
real pleasure, ot Intense enjoyment Their
opening- will, no doubt, be a brilliant one.
And those who are fortunate enough to
.secure cards, will mostsurely spend an even
ing replete with charms and delights. The
ultimate success of the enterprise is alreadT