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THE MOHNmtt-TIMES.-St'tfDJLY-, SEPTEMBER 22, 1895.
One Cent &.
Noadverttjorrwm less than I0
One Cent &
NoaJrartU-msat le tbaa IOi.
fto advertisement less than 10.
No advertisement less than lOi
No advertisement teas than I0
Kordrertlsemcnt less than 10.
Ko advertisement Ioji than 10a.
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WANTED-Reliable coloriil boy about,
la yens nlil to attend door at doctor's
office Apply 72a 9th fit. nw. so22-lt
W"ANTED W can m 2 exiicricnccd
doling mm. about 20 or 21 years of
age. In furnishing department; must have
at least two years,' experience. Apply
to Mr u.A, .Manager iansnurg a ism.
It i ;
TTAKTED-Young while man to be
geiicruil userul about the bouse, r.02
E si. It
WAKTED-Hon or means to help put
WANTED-Six cement finlsncrs. Ap-,
ply Lain cue Square upcra House.
. . ':-r.1"-ij;
WANTP.nA steady voung man. single.
m worit in groivry store; must lie nbirH
to rut meats and come well recoiniiiencled.
Call lielweea r and 7 o'clock Saturday, cor
lslatul I sts. no. It
WANTEtt-Vwine nian ot rood ap
fiearance n wait in paper-hanglngstore;
references. Address PAPER-HANGING.'
tills office. te21-2t
TVANTED-.U G01 New York arc,
an oyster shucker and cook. se21-3t
WAHT-I3D-A few good fresco iu 1 1 iter-.
Apply at New Lafajette Square
OFFICE assisuint Wanted, a young
nun of 17 or 18, with some business ex
perience, stenographer preferred; small
salary at start; irood opening for nil ambi
tious, worker; references. Address W. H.,
WANTED-4 expert soap powder call-
ivwrt Apply at 408 Fin. ave. nw.
help wanted fcmale.
WANTED-Good talkers; experience
not nii-ess.1 ry; salary $25 to $75. Ladles
who have sold books and liko preferred.
51 0 12th st. nw. It
AM ATETJRS to takeparts In the com
edy Hypnotized." RETLAW. this
"WANTED A German girl for general
housework. Apply 1333 14th st. nw.
WANTED- Settled colored womau.gen-
erui houseworfcer. 6177 F lie. It
WANTED-A rosiectableTirI. in a
private family. Apply after 10 a. m.
t 330 C st. mv. se21-3t
WANTED Woman cookandlaundress,
or houfieu orker and lauudrcss: go home
nights: references required, small family.
Ibid b t. Ec21-2t
WASTED-Intelligent lady canvassers
for article of great merit; good commis
sion. Inquire rooms 4 and G, 707 G st. nw.
LADY of business ability can have an
excellent position; good salary and
steady employment to right party. Apply
from 5 to 7, 2100 14th st. se20 :it
-A white woman, with kind
for general housework In
can outs f'st. nw.se-u at
Washington tailor system; learn the
latest and most erfect system of dress
making anil be thoroughly qualified to
enter upon iKisitions ill any of the leading
houses; positions secured; the lowest and
most reasonable terms; half price until
October l;at MADAM WASHINGTON'S,
U04 12th st. nw. n'17-7t
WAlTED-Uoi" l'roiivuve Agency
has places for help everv day witb
good references. All capacities. U10 lltn
Bt. n. w. fce-i-lmo
WANTED-Al once cxieriented sales-
ladles. In tinware deiiartment: also ex-
neriemvd salesladies in cotton department.
Call Monday, BLUM 11U0S., 743 to 747
Si hst.?e- : 1 1
WANTED-Two ladies In interview
i lie Ih-l K'ople only; octutullon pleas
ant and ory profitable. Address STAN
LEY, this olfici-. te22-2t
WANTED-A young white girl or
teiilM middle-aged weiuaii for general
uousetvnrk and to assist in small variety
store. Call at 025 IIstue. 11
WANTED-Coi'ti.512 to S40:tlianT-bermaid-.
nurses. laui.drosM's, kltctieii and iiautry
help, for families, hotels anil cafes; new
places dally. Call at U14 13th si. nw.
UELP WANTED-MALE AND
"WANTED Amateurs to take parts
iu Hie comedy Hjpuotired." RIIT
LAW. this office. se21-3t
WANTED-Smltli Ptemler Type
wuter operators and stenographers
Cliected to positions. Operators de
filing to familiarize themselves with new
No. 2 Smilh Premier Typewriter call
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITES
CO.. Ko 1410 F st. nw. Jy31-tf
SITUATIONS WAJfTEIl MALE.
WANTED- Youngmiin with hotel and
business experience, speaking seven
languages fluently, desires clerical position.
Address LANGUAGES, this office.
WANTED-Place as Janitor, sexton,
watchman, or au) thing of Hint kind;
will at if pt ery low saiarj;lxst references.
Callat .113 9th st. se. se22-3t
WANTED-Position as clerk in gro
ccrv store or other busiiM-ss: willing
to make myself generally useful. Address
C. W ;., this ofllce. It
WANTED Ey a joung while man of
experience, a situation as collector or
driver of delivery wagon; liestor reference
furnished. Address COLLECTOR, this
WANTED-Relief work in drug store.
Andress uKADL'ATE, this ofllce. It
WANTED- Workof any kind forsolier,
industrious young man 21 jcars old;
best of refs. Address J .M., this orrice.
WANTED- Jllildle-aged lady wants po"
siuon as Housekeeper in small fpmUy,
Address 2iiit K st. nw. fC20slt
WANTED-.situation by respectable
colored girl, a plate in mall family;
no washing Address 112G 3d uw. It
"WANTED Will give 525 to- any
ne tts-urmg me a isisilion on Metro
politan or Washington and Georgetown
railroad Address KAIL ROAD, this
"WANTED Widow, no encumbrance,
wishes situation as .wnrking house-ki-eper
Address HOUSEKEEPER, tills
off lev. It
lor old ami young, 1,000. Cost
SI 10 a month. No assessments. Money
loaned members; G per cent. Easypaymcnts.
Ladies taken. Mutual Ileneficial Asso
ciation. .KlSIAll RYLAND, JR., Frosl'
dent (Second Auditor of Virginia I, Rich
mond. Lram.lt office, 31G 12tli st. nw.
WANTED-Agents and canvassers.
Iirrt-ctnss men; with experience, can
make $50 to $100 a month casy;no humbug;
no competition; well ndverttFed already.
Call at 438 9th st. uw.. from 8 to 10
WANTED AGENTS Ladies and
Ecntleiiien to lull onlers for the
authorized "Biography of Maine;" great
seller: exiwrlenee unnecessary; good iwy,
Apply 9 to 11 a. m. R. A. DINS.MORE,
ns i; nw. e22-:it
"W'JVNTED OeuUemaii,wlfeand young
son want board and 2 good rooms n.r
$50 per month. Address C. S., this of
iiifntwiitiabrlghtand healthy daughter,
4 vcarsofage. mother l.avlngdiedsliorttlme
proti'ftnnt: a person willing to give little
girl liesimotberly carcaud kindestattentlon;
nft-r Oetolier 1; tenns S35 month. Ad
drees G. P.PHII-Al'A. tlllsofflce. se21-3t
"WANTED AH kinds of old U. S: post
age stands.; Department stamps espe
cially desired. Highest prices paid. II.
F.DUKKHORST. 1005 7thst.nw.
S015 22 29OCG 13
TJ. S. POSTAGE stamps, depart
ment stamps, such as War, Interior,
Post-offloc, State, Treasury, Justice,
Agriculture, Execiitne. and Navy; used
nmnsued; in any quantity; for spot cash at
highest prices; also collections of U. s.
and foreign stamps and proof sets. C. F.
noTliruCHS, 3o9 1-2 Va. ave. se20-7t
WANTED-IIoiimi alKiul 55,000, city
orsulnrbs, will give property in adjoin
Ins Slate and some cash. Box 3lr-, City
P. O. tc22-2l
A)NICE lady alone In a li"ou(.e. wants
to I Mid a email family to take thret
rooms on the Nrst floor and two on the
second, for housekeeper; unfurnished;
512; a liuierpcer and candy More to
sell out very cheapt Address Box K. M.,
tills orfic ne21-3t
BY an experienced, highly educated Oer-
inli..FCli(tlari hi Ucrman, French, Latin
ami lircek:ioriiirmostroa,onable. Address
PKOI-.F. STltUCK.1131l8t.Be. sc2 l-7t
WANTED-ruplls at Dushlel's art
7th st. nw.
WANTED-Horts to board Horses
alone, $1G; horse and vehicle, 17;
horses called fiir and delivered, $18;accom-
mqdatlonsfirstclass. Address W.thisorflce.
WANTED-Girls to bo teir-supportlng;
uiarriedladles to lessen dressmaking
bills by learning to cut by Merihant Tailor
Square; tKirtlculars at school, 71S 12lh
WANTED- becond-hami .bicycle;
must be cheap. Address II. Z., this
WANTED-A Standard dictionary for
cavli Address; STANDARD, this
WANTED-BeeoniMinnd buggy or
phaeton in trade for life insurance;
.state price, etc: also for cash. Address
INSURANCE, this office. It
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
.WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE.
And cnargo only for palutln;: work guarante)!
NAT. HUUUKIt ROOF PAINT CO. Mil btl nw
MISCELL A NIIODS.
i O. RUSSELL, teacher of'Guitnr.
730Hth st.nw.:aiterG p.m. se22-7t
SGc. lessons in music, English brandies,
languages. D05 Mass .ave. nw.
SGO t" $10o a month; learn the easy,
prolitable branch of art I leach; sum
mer rates one week longer. TEACIIKR,
80C lllli st. nvyf lt
LACE curtains laundered by exjiex!-
cuced hands, 40 cents a pair; orders
promptly attended to. No. 25 F st. nw. It
GRACE AT. THOMAS. 10" Cor;
corau building, sells and rents in all
parlN of the city and suburbs. If you have
properly to list with her you will receive
prompt attention. sc21-3t
MASSAGE ami magnetic treatments
by Airs. Lewis; hours from 9 a. m. to 9
p. m. 702fllh st. nw. Kc21-7t
RIME at. FTJAE SMITH has re
turned from .Atlantic Oil tii.tl isi.ow
located at 714 lltU tt. nw wlitre the
Is prepared to receive furs to renovate and
make into new styles. Old style plush
coats made into the latest thape and re
newed a. tpccially. In fact, wraiw of all
kinds made to order. Itcasoiiable prices
and prompt attention t(20-3l
DEAFNESS CTJRED-Special at
tcnuoit grven ! dnea. es of tbei ar; dis
charges fromnd ringing in the ear .crma
nently ctirid; hearing restored: consulta;
tlon tree. lilt. GKACY, 1407 N. l.ae.
Office- Iinur. i) to 11:30 a m., 1 lo rsud
7 to 8 p. in. se2-ot
FOR a short time fine photographs. $1
per doz. I1ALTO. I'HOTO. CO.. 1013
Pa. ave. . sell)-t
LACE Curtains laundered by hanirby
an experienced woman at 00 c-t'nts a
pair: quantities at reduction: mall orders
proinpllv attended to. No. 15 F su nw.
GO for liesl heavy English oxide nwring
paint. onlyltoccntsagaliou, to YOUNU
& Co.. 18041!! ECl8-lm
WANTED-Old or new carpets to lay:
work guaranteed: charges reasonable;
I will cbeerluliy give estimates for re
laying carpets of any description: drop
postal. J A.TAKDY.942Est.llw. felG-7t
S. H. JACOBS. Carpets clean.sl and
laid; Job work promptly altiudcd to.
Ko G08 H St. te. tel7-7t
FREE consultation. Do you suffer
from any of tfcese: Constipation, dys
pepsia. Jaundice, palpitation, tick head
ache, vertigo, hiccough, hacking cough,
swelling of the feet ard ankles, urenllepsy?
Positive relief tnd cure. DR. T. E. LEE,
1322 14lh tt. nw. U:S0 to G:30.
TTTRT RECEIVED-FIne lot young Cu
ban parrots, guaranteed to talk; also
monkeys, canaries, nioiking birds, gold
fish, dogs, and far. y pigeons. SCHMID'S,
712 12ih sU uw.. bra 1Kb 1221 Pa ac.
WE don't care to do "cheap" "slop"
priming, and most everybody knows
It aud they know we don't care who knows
It. Prices right M. W. MOORE. Gen.
Man., Law Reporter Company, C18 Dtb
st. nw. au22
BY gentleman and wife. 2 large unfur.
rooms: rent not to exceed $13: 110 light
housekeeping; between 2d and luth and
Hand 1 11 w. J. F. P.. tins office. Ke21-3t
WAKTED-On Capllol HIlC:. rooms
on second floor for light housekeeping:
best refereiUs's offered: state terms. Ad
dress J. I! M.. this office. It
705 C st. tw.; nice rooms. 6C19-1 Ot
BOAltDING-901 M st. nw.. band
rome parlor floor and Cd-siory front
room: also 2 ball rooms In a chnrniiug
conier house; eeryihlcg first class; rels.
exchanged; alto stable. "cl9-3t
WANTED- Frivate family wishes four
gentlemen boarders. A. D. 1)., this
BOARDING First-Class room and
iKi.inl, sstiu per week. 1242 Duncan
street northeast. It
FOH HE?."!' FLATS.
V. FLAT :i nils.: bath; liot and cold
water; woodheii and yard;.all for
S12--.0. No. CI P st.snw. sel8-7t
FOR KENT rials of 4 and 5-icoms
1 each, besides balh, steam heat, ga
mng", all In good order. Inquire at 20S
F st. nw sel8-8t
FOB RENT Stores, 9th si. near II nw.
810 store aud brick stable, $35:824
Store aud workshop, 45. It. J. Lit ALL,
941 It. I. ave. be20-7t
FOR- RENT Store and fixtures of a
Lascry, including oen, bake pans, and
a trade i over 200 loaves per duy. Tills
Is an opening rarely offered. T. O. AN
DEItSO.NA CO.,9117 U st. nw. tf
FOR RENT Funnelled or unfurnished
rooms; coincident to Oot. Printing Of
fice; board if desired. 158 F St. ne.. It
FOR RENT One large.nlcely and plcae-
aut tur. trout room. io. eua oiu st. nw.
FOR RENT Pleasant. well furuisliuJ b
w . rooiiiitooncoriwogentleinen;pri"ate
family. 205 3d tu lie. It
FOR RENT Handsomely furnished
rceoiiu ilory front and back rooms;
gentlemen preferred. 220 Enw. Ie22-7t
FOR RENT Parlor; furnished or un
lurnisiieu; lor office or business, $10.
1940 14th st. nw. 11
FOR RENT Large liay-wliidow, 2d
siory iroiil nnim; all conveniences;
square to cars; one or two gentlemen;
breakfast If desired. 434 41h tie. Ee22-3t
.FOR RENT Rooms ruriil.hcd or un
furnished; with 'or without lioard: also
for light housekeeping, second floor; two
blocks from Capitol; cheap. Call at 19
D st- se. It
FOR RENT 717 12th st. nw., elegant
furnished rooms; wither without lioard;
everything first-class. fe22-3t
FOR RENT Fine office room for rent;
suitable lor dentist or physician; now
occupied by dentist. 70G.7III st. nw.,
four doors from Patent Office, st 22-31
FOR RENT-C28 Gth ne.. beautiful
browiisiimc front house; 7 rooms and
bath; concreted cellar; front and rear
ya rd; owner. No. 1009 Est, nw. sc22-3t
FOR RENT La rge second-story front
room; nicely furnished; also second
story back room, unfurnished; quiet neigh
borhood; convenient to cars; small family;
no children. 2.1914111 st sw. It
FOR RENT T-'ree or four unfurnished
rooms: on second floor; beat, ens,
,bath; family of two adults; terms reasou
a ble. F. It., this office. c22-7t
FOR RENT Furnished or unrurnTelied,
large pleasaut room, on parlor floor,
suitable, Xur an olfice. 1831 8th st. nw.
FOR RENT AU front rooms; fur..cff
unfur.; large and smj'l: Ilglit, airy;
beautiful views: inspiring for writers or
artists. 502 E tt., near Pension Office.
FOR RENT Unfurnished; 3 delightful
ruuios lor iionseteeping, secon( noor,
bay window, heat, gas, bath, or would rent
first floor wiHi m 023 New Jersey
ave. nw sc22-lt
FOR KENT Nicely fur. rooms; couth
cm exposure; 2d and 3d floors; one of
best locations In city; refs. BOO M st.
ii w. scl8-9t
FOR KENT-2 "utur. (.nmniuulcatliig
roorus on 1st floor, 1 front; use of
kitchen if desired; $8 per mouth in ad
vance; no children. S34 Glh st. sc.
FOR RENT 215 0th sw., near UsU
luruTshcu und uiifurnlshcd rooms: par
lor suiuiblo for dentist, none in vicinity.
Heat, gns and bath. sclS-7t
FOR RENT Flats of (4 und 5 rooms
each, besides bath; steam heat, gas,
range, all in good order. Inquire at 208
F st. nw. sel0-8t
FOR RENT Room In elegant house;
heat,ligiit, Gatli; $0. 027Ost.nw.
FOR RENT-Two or three furnished or
unfiiriiisttciT rooms, nice part of Cnpitbl
Hill, near Capllol and Government I'riut
ing Office 325 and 32R E st. no.
FOR RENT Furnished, 2 large front
rooms; desirable neighborhood. 221 N.
FOR RENT 912 E. Cap.. 2 lurge
comuiunicatiug rooms, 2d floor, bay
window; cars and hcrdics; no children iu
family and do hoc want any. se20-3t
FOR RENT Large front room, newly
papered; suitable for two gentlemen:
and one single, room. 2 1 st. nw. se20-ft
FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms, suit
able lor light housekeeping; cheap. No.
2307 Va. ave. nw. te20-3t
FOR RENT .'1 rooms unfiirnislied or
liirnishcd;2 communicating, third flour,
bath, heal, gas. 2510 M st nw. sc20-3t
FOR RENT Comfortably furnished
room; :s5 per month. 1707 7lli St. nw.
Hoard II desired. se20-3t
FOR RENT Large second-story lnmt
room. prettily furnished, with buardfor
two:$35 per mouth; private family. i;i:t S.
Carolina ave. se. se20-3t
FOR RENT One large room, nicely
lurnislied. 1322 14th st. nw. se21-3t
FOR RENT 710 Glh ft nw.. rear
l'ensioii and Fostofficc; comformbly
furnished roonis large and small se21-7t.
FOR RENT 3 or 4 nnfur, muiih
130 V ermonl ave. n w. fe21-3t
THREE front rooms on 2d floor for
housekeeping; heat; gas and bath; nice
closets: $15; can be seen Sunday: '.8 C s,t-
FOR. RENT 01 12th ei. nw r-to
1: i r c i . brigut rrout rooms, 2d antl 3d
floors; nicely furnished, southern exiiosure;
heat, gap, bath; with first-class lioard. also
FOR RENT FurulElied rooms; fo
genilo-neii, or for llglil hoiiFekeening;
lntrolx heat: gaa. Inquire, G p. in., 815 II
St. liw. se21-3t
FOR jREXT HOOIIS.
FOR RENT 709 Otli St. nw
1st, 2d and 3d floors.
s?cTt thj-.titt Two nicely furnished
looms; 3d floor; singly or en suite; very j
desirable location: near corner of New !
Hampshire ave. 2-d and Lsis.; renimoiier
ale: small private family of adults. 1029
22d street nw. It
FOE RENT S2S I2lb st. nw.. nicely
lurnisiieti rooms: front: com. or single:
with good boaid; near four lines cars
and all departments; rates reasonable:
table boaiders taken: special atleninui
given lo table. sc21-7l-
FOR RENT Two large front rooms
on second siory; bay window; cabinet
manlels: nicely furnished; furnace heat;
"ood board: fine corner house, with south
cm and eastern exposures; irs pass
door. Call after 3 p. m.. 1820 91h St. nw.
FOR RENT 2 deslrible front rooms.
with Iraanl. at the Raymond, corner
3d and East Capitol sts; terms very rea-
sonalibi ? l
FOR KENT At 911 1st st. nw.. en
tire 2d lloor of 3 desirable commu
nicating unfur. rooms', water on samj
floor: terms low to suitable person. sc21-4
FOR RENT 205 E st. nw.. four mi"
furnished rooms; convenient to Pat
ent and Pension ofrlces: also depots.
FOR RENT 2 communicating rooms.
furnished suitable for gentlemen. Call
at702 9th st. nw. se21-3t
TWO furniflied rooms, second and third
lloora, 512and$t. 1118N. Y.ave.uw.
FOR RENT Flat ot three nice rooms,
with large closets: suitable for light
housekeeping; Hcnl aud heal: $1G. r.oit
L sl-mv; se21-3t
FOR RENT Three unfurnihisl rooms
on second floor: also two furnished
rooms. Inquire at 807 Bill st. nw. sc21-3
FOR KENT-171- s St.. handsome
rooms, Willi first-class board. sc20-Ct
FOR RENT -In-new house, 313 E.
Capitol st., well furnished rooms, on 1st
and 2d floors, with first-class table board,
by owner. sc20-3t
FOR RENT Large, pleasant, fur
nished or uiilurnished, 2d and 3d siory
rooms, wilh board: finest location In city;
convenicnt.to cars. 2518 13th st. nw.
FOR RENT-Second and third floor
rooms: iienuv fur.: southern exposure:
SC and 58: first-class board, $18. 908 LJ
su nw. si-in - b
FOR RENT Two rooms on 3d floor,
tur. as silting and bed room; 2 on 2d
floor, dining and kitchen: unlur.; bath; hot
aud cold water; refs. exchanged. Call 11509
mill st. nw. septl7-7t
FOR RENT rur. rooms for gentlemen;
$8 lo isiu ier month; gas bath and heat.
1014 loth st. nw. selC-141
FOR RENT Large rrom room; nicely
rurnislied. 1416 Pa. ave., opp. Wll
FOR RENT 1916 O st. liw.. beauti
ful, large rooms, with open fires; in
private family, with privilege of light
housekeeping; on hcrdie line and near
avenue cars; rent reasonable. se22-3t
FOR RENT A large front room;cheer
fnl; lurnislied, cheap. 418 10th st. nw.
FOR RENT 228 E. Capitol at.. 3 or 4
communicating rooms, on second floor;
hot niiil cold water; cars and hcrdlcs, neigh
lwrhood first-class; light housekcepiiig jier
mitted; references. it
FOR RENT Two rooms,
with heat and gas, bath,
on 2d floor,
No. GO P St.
FOR RENT Fiirnifhed rooms, cheap;
good location. 511 Maes. ave. nw. it
FOR RENT Fur. roomp; 2d and 3d
floor; with board, rcr. 1723 ami 172!
L 723 and 1725
rot lub adults
u st. nw.
iwisii to uise a house ny tne middle of
October ami rent the second floor, unfur
nished, with table board. Address H.
W. B.. this office. It
BARGAIN Part of 9-room house; fur
nished or unfurnished, anil uscof piano:
also 6tahlo, cheap. Inquire 2308 1-lth'st.
nw.; drug ftoro. 'ee22-4t
FOR RENT Nicely rur. front room
50.00 tier month. -10 1 at. nw. It
FOR JJENT HOOMS.
'618 5 st nw ml.l.'otn 00 W9 Oak st Lo Droit
14t8.'Bd nw.ml.iuc 5J I-arlc. 7.ra.,...s$lS-r0
vaJlLLaranw, in C.T3 L so, Gr IS BO
l,10r .-r-ftJ-6033 Lee, Or 13X0
411 N.V. are, 9r... 47 50.711 bherldan st nw
iUGSOnw, inJ.Br. S3.40 0r.. 12,0j
S3I id nw, ra i.7r. SI Hartford st.Soulh
lilO Columbia M I , Uronkland, 6r.. 10 00
nw. m I.Sr 5 30 10M 15th st no. Cr. 19 00
171'JUIi uk, nii.Vrs; 10 iDluSlth at nw, Or 10, W
Mi Huh st no, ml, so.1 V.Hh st sw.Sr.. 10 to
Tw 99 nyillTA.ii.1l .wa I..
4tt 1st so, m I, 7r. SI ) Ciir.Ir
2i:i li no, m 1. Tr... ill 00S011 beaton st no.
1U0111 no, ml.7r. a l 5r
ll'JGTnw.mi. Sr. a) so S."UJ U st nw,r ...
N U st sir.ral. Tr. ID uu,Cor. and K Bts nw
l.'rlMu st nw.Gr.. IS 001 nnfur, rooms.
IW ItU t nw.'Jru. 18 00 806 E st hw, 2d
325 13th stsw.Crs'W 00 floor. 'r. 0 00
IOi! ttli st no. Hr.. Xi V) Cor. Grant ar and
llOMass. ore nw, Sth nw,2d flr.tr. 13 0)
Or 13 00 315 'm -at uw.lst
S2Clltb.sts,7r. 16 00 flr,3r. 12 00
3 Scott are utr, 0. 10 00 4) nth st nw, 2d
2132 11th nw, 0 r... 11 (XI nr, 2c 16 00
1004 N J are nw.Cr 14 00 215 4 st nw, 1st
31413thsw,0r.. .. 14 001 rir,r 15 00
1231 list sw.Or... I3bUl430IIUistnw,lr... 7 00
TO COLOItKO TENANT4
643Cst se.Cr ISO 30,1153 Htn nw.or... $11 10
saw vtbnw, Sr.,s. 15 302t317xtiatn.2r.. 11 00
713l!rantaTnw,5r II 30 il3-.8tb.6t nw,5r.. 12 00
250n Btn nw. r,r.... 12 00 1336 II no, Sr..- 11 00
913 Goldou sw.Ir.. 10 00 1317 Krlitoa court
Koar JW 14tU bw, t I nw, Or.. ....... 10.30
Br 10 SO 21359th st nw. Or. 10 00
lieart'illst aw.Sr 10 00 411 lllanj alloy
631 sunnier nw. Or BOO nw, Cr 9 00
1221 Carltn'a alley . WI5 turnner st nw.
sw,Jr. 30t Or 7 00
112 M st BW,4r.... 8,30 2002 Coin m Ilia tor- ,
SSOKarrngntnwr 8 tflj racunur, Ir. 8 SO
9(iordon are r-o. 93K list bo, 5r..... 8 00
4r TY. 8 00 : (lordon ar ne,4r 8 00
II lllagdon's alley ;27 Wnllach nw.tr 7 00
nw, it,.'.'. 7.60il2334BtBw.4r.... 5 Oo
CHEAP-''"1 of u room house; nicely
tur.; use of piano. Inquire drug store,
2308 14Ui.. before, 2 n- ni fel0-5
FOk"bENT?20; 72 U st. ne.; 7 rTT
bath: ioncreie'ceIIar;"'mridern lmprove
menls. CAHMOUY, 339 1st st. ne.
S42.GO-120 E St. nw.
ODKK. G15 i; JJt. nw.
S3S.OO 1 '20 9th st. nw.; 8 r., b.; m. 1.
C!t. YOHEItGlcrisuuw, .
S32.GO-1133 Sth.st. nw.. 9 rooms and
ham: m. 1. C T. YODEH.
FOR RENT 515-10 Six rooms, water
closet, water in kitthtn; large yard;
excellent repair; splendid Iicigbborhoul;
gas; house open for inspection. No. 1227
4th st. nw. sc20-3t
Sworn Circulation of The
) .1 COP103
', Actually Sold
Monday, September 9?' 30,784
Tuesday, " ID.,' 31,191
Wednesday, " ll.. 31,569
Thursday, ' 12., 38,200
Friday, " 13.'. 31,967
Saturday, " 14. 32,020
Sunday, 4 15. 22,988
Total for week... . ..'. . .- 21 8,7 1 9
Greatest Circulation in Washington.
KOK Ili:"T TIODSES.
FOR RENT 3-story and cellar briik
house. 127 A st. ne., near Capitol
grounds; 9 rooms und bath: rent. i30;
key at 129 se21-3t
FOR RENT Furnisheil nouse wilh
roomers; central; rem in the houser
refs. Ailtlr-s.sII. 11.. this office. se21-3t
FOR RENT G0f. 3d. near Pension Ol
llce. lo-rooin bav-ivludow brick: large
yard: m. I. Key CI 4 3d. se20-3t
FOR RENT-29 R st nw., 8 looms
mid lain; all late-t lmpiovements;
south front. Also 90 9 lOlh st. se.;
f. rooms; rent moderate EDWARD KERN,
27 It su nw. fiJ22-3t
FOR RENT Three-riory, nine roomsT
brick: heater In cellar. Tine location for
doctor; none near. S25. 124 lllli ft. te.
Vacant Octnlvr 5 It
FOR SALE A small house
runninir inr k lo Hie next street, in the
northeast: house rents for 59.50 and will
be sold at a sacrifice on account of the
financial embarrassment of the owner.
The purchuser must be willing to accept
tax title. 'Address MRS. T. M. 11. this
office.. f i, se22-U)t
FOB SALE A six-room cottage at
,Bronkland; large lot. plenty of shade:
a bargain. GRACE M. THOMAS. 100
Comirnu building. n2 1-31
FOR SALE-By owner, nw residence:
buff briik; cellar; 3 blorles; 8 rooms;
center hall and bathroom; mosaic tiled ves.;
parlor fireplace; gas log, tile, and mantel:
improved bath fixtures: range, gas stove,
relrlgeralor car, etc.: electric light: fur
nace heal: gas fixtures; speaking lubes;
housu papered aud carpeted In elegant st le,
ready lo move lu: location. 1322 Wallaeh
place: S1.000 cash required: F. B. PYLE,
Arch'f. tel. FTbO. " se21-7t
FOR SALE 27 R st .nw., new house;
ten rooms and bath; south front; 20
foot allev; all latest iiiiprovenients;a first
class house built for otvner'suse; aim renin.
OWNER. 27 R 8t. se22-3t
FOR SALE One large horse: weight
1.200 Hmj; will work anywhere; 520;
also onn pneumatic bicycle in good order,
$25.2030 3.-itli st.nw. f.c22-3t
OUR (jrea test hledlumandspiritualniother.
Dr. .Mary (ju-dpu, tells you all things
and gives a proper remedy for your trouble.
BACHELORS Attention- .Darning
anil mending done quickly and reason
ably; work called for and delivered if
desired. HUP.DAU.1505 3d st. sel'2-3t
BRADFORD'S Becret Hervice. Sus
pected persons watched. Legal evi
dence obtalneirin- all matters Lost and
stolen goods located. Collections made.
Highest reference. iJIORQAN BRADFORD,
JR., Office and , Residence 731 lltli st.
nw. "a It
NERVOUS' prostration and Insomnia
cured by usinjfTlicrm's Ozone Baltery.
Call or send for. information, 707 Q, op
poslle Patent Offjee. se20-tl
aiaiE. FRANCIS. Warhlngton's
most popular medium, will resume busi
ness September lG.and willbeglad to meet
her many fricnds.and patrons, at 324 East
Capitol St.; sittings daily, D to 9, 2r.o nnd
DR. TAYLOR. ns"5 F st.nw., makes
full sets of teeth for $5; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling. SI: amalgam. 00c. se4-tf
EGYPTIAN Gypsy Seventh1 daugh
ter ot the seventh generation; she can
thke off spells and cause to marry, as well
as tell you the pastand future; persons calf,
ng at the tent next to railroad, willoskror
Take Eckington and Soldiers Home
iiesmiy reuuer 01 me age;
events of past Aid future revealed with
wonderful acenraev; hours 10 to 9. 515
19th st nw.. bet. E aud F.
TWTiTT!. BROOKE tells all the events
of lite: all business confidential; ladies
and jenllcraen, 50,cents each; hours, 9. a.
m lo D p. m. G05 New York t.onue north
tvcsl, rear Sixth -street. se9-14t
THE "3 DAYS" CURE FOR MEN.
This remedy cures In ;iunor uncharge.
Consultation free. Hr. McKEEIIAN, 71G
12lh st. nw. sel8-7t
iiinklng, 130 lTtli st. ne.; latest stylo
dresses made at modernto prices and a
perfect fit. eel9-4X
PROF. CLAY. Washington's oldestes
iabiisnei aim reiiuble tlalrvojant and
medium, who tells you all things and how to
avoid all trouble; also tiovr to retain husband
or lover. It In search of truthful advice
consult hlni on nil nlfalrs. He will not de
ceive or mislead you and guarantees satis
faction to all -who seek his advice. Fee
SO cents. Hours. 10 a. m. to 0 P. in.: onen
Sundays. 489 11 St., bet. 4 1-2 and Glh
8 Is. BW.
IF YOTJ have house for rencor sale let
me have them, as I have applications
rigbtalong. S.CAKIC, 1355Md.avene.
TTTE Wonderful Remedy. Cancers cured
without knife, pain or pay until cured;
also carbuncles, piles, dropsy, by PROP.
MARTIN RILEY. 4117 I'a. ar. nn. dt-oc5
nw.. carpet lining, felu, fire brick and
clay, asljcstfls. paints, brushes, lime, cement,
twoand three-ply roofing materia I.apr21-tf
DANCING pupils by experienced lady
teacher: Clic. per letfoii or 5 lessons
for $2 M. -M. I)., tills olfice. te!9-3u
BANK your dust with us and you'll
be "In If," Just please comprehend
that we are selling elegant cuslom-niade
suit', the least bit worn, at Justh's fig
ures. JUSTH'S OLU STANU, 019 I) St.
LADIES needing confidential, treal
nient. A safe und sure relief In all
fcnrile trouble, constipation. Irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula,
etc. Separate rooms for patients before
and during confiuemeni, and find homes
for Infants If required. Strictly confiden
tial. MRS. DR. RENNEU. 1C Fourth st.
ne.. nea r E. Capitol st . Washington, U. C.
SO CENTS cash New credit system,
rugs, lace curtains, portieres, window
shades, blankets, quilts, clocks, sliver-
filatcd ware, table and piano covers, table
Inen fringed by the yard or In sets ban
quet anil piano lamps, oil anil gas heaters,
onyx and brass tables, toilet and dinner
sets in fact anything lo make jour homes
comfortable and pretty. Send jmmhiI: will
bring samples. NORTHEAST CREIUT
HOUSE, No. 1210 H St. ne. Open even
MME. ESTELLE tells all tlieevcnts
ot life iu German and English: hours,
9 a. ni. to 10 p. m.; 25 and GO cents;
cures all cases of running or dry sores.
91.1 l'rtlt st. nw. au.io-lm
PIANO lessons L. S. MeEHiinncy. No.
4 Jr. 4th St. nw.; experienced teaiher;
reduced rales. telS-lmo
INVENTORS willfiudllconvenient for
them lo call at Carl Auer's Mechanical
Laboratory, fepecial attention given to
construction ot fine machinery. Models
for Patent Office Automatic Mechanisms
for advertising purposes in show windows
for every branch of business Manufac
turer of small novelties. Terms moderate.
223 E st. ne. se22-7t
DAIRY and grocery: bargain; $200;
ciieaprent. Ctluind Ests.ne. se22-7t
WANTED-I'arty wilh knowledge of
wliolesale coal business, to take stock
In fully developed soft coal mine, to estab
lish vard in Washington. A. U. CALVER,
FOR A LOCATION
to start In business, or if you have a busi
ness location to sell that is a bargain, list
it with usat once, and we will specdilydis
pose of It for you. We have a number of
Inquir'csalwajsonourbooks. If you have
a business lo sell come and see us. No
charge whatever unless a deal Is consum
mated.. T. 0. ANDERSON & CO.
Real Estate and Business ExcDangc, 907
O st. nw.
A CHANCE for a druggist; w'holeor
bait interest in a good paing suburban
drug store. Address PHARMACIST, this
a chance lor oue or two young men to
get into a nice business. J.O.A., tlnsofflce.
PROFITABLE Drug Business lor
sale at once at an extremely low
figure, as present owner has to leave the
city: stock and handsome fixtures and
established trade; drug clerks and others
with small capital should Investigate at
once, tor Ibis is a bargain; low rent.
T. O. ANDERSON A CO.,
sc20e.m.-3t 907 Q st, nw.
HIGH CLASS eating house, cen
tral, on important street; 12 rooms:
well furnished, for boarders; established
profitable trade; good kitchen, and large
dining-room; good reason for selling; low
rent; price very low and terms to suit;
tliisis a splendid chance for an experienced
restaurateur or for a family.
T. O. ANDERSON & CO.,
so20e.m.-3t 907 O st. nw.
WANTED-Partner with $500 nnd
services, or $1,000 without: staple
business nnd large profits Address
NODS1RCII. this office. j20-3t
FOR SALE Saloon, sl.eap. 725 7th
st.nw., WALTER GOETZ1NGER
"WANTED At once, a complete steam
laundry: we have a cash customer for
same. Address, giving full particulars,
T. O. ANDEIISON & CO., 907 G at. jnf
BOTTLING establishment for sale,
prorlts in dull times $30 per week: have
run as high as $125; cheap if sold at once.
INVENTORS will find It convenient
for iliem lo.call at Carl A uer's Mechani
cal Laboratory. Special attention given
n-constructlou of fine machluerv Terms
very moderate. 22.1 Ent,r:c- sel2-7t
HIGHEST eafh prices paid for con
tents ot hotels and prlnte rifiiiencos;
also for slocks of mdsc, or any kind. Ad
dress Box B. Hits orflce. selS-7t
FOR SALE By owner, a splendid
corner grocery store and dwelling,
with nine rooms; all m. 1. Apply OWNER.
4G2 Mass. ave. uw. ecIS 4t
FOR SALE-Good bUflrcES lor Uvo
man; cheap it cold at olcc. Address
BUCK, this oTAcc. te20-3t
WANTED-Tu buy cigar store doing
a good business. Address OPPOR
THNITY. this office o22-4t
Attorney-al-Law, WcbMcr Law Build
ing. DOS D st. uw., Washington, 1). C.
Residence. No. 3, Mount Vernon Flats,.
cor.N. Y. ave. and 9th st. nw. selO-lmo
FOH SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE-OUfjshoff case, peanut
armer..stqve wlth.pipc. cales, etc
Apply 23(1 II st. nw. se22-2t
GUNNING skiff for rrncor for sale.
Apply o:t u st. nw. it
FOR SAT.K-Selling i-achl. schooner
rigged; ttie-jinet boat ot the, kind mi.
the river: elegant, large cabin; sleeping
room lor G persons; all furnishings, sails,
rigging, etc.. new!' will be sold lit a racri
flce. R. J. MARSHALL. 511 11th et. nvi
FOR SAI.E Commission, business and
goodwill. ipply941 Hst. nw.se21-3t
FOR SALE-A S60 parlor suite ot
seven pieces, new, very (heap. 905
Steuben st. nw, fe21'2t
FINE hay horse, aged 9" sound, gentle;
niraiil of nothing; any lady enn drive;
suitable for a large boggy or two seated
vehlile; price- eo till Oct 124. 2100
FOR SALE Milk route of lo gal
lons; horse, wagon, harness and onulp
menls, cheap for cash. Address J. F. c,
this office se20-3t
FOR SALE Surrey in perfect con
dition, cheap for cash. Apply 017 N
FOR SALE-Setters, Cobles', jkiIiiuts.
Iiull terriers, fox terriers, and other
dogs cheap. 8CIIMIIVS 1'ct Animal Store,
1221 I'a. aye, nw. tcl8 fit
FOR SALE-All that' lumber contained
In the lence surrounding the new
Library, at $15 per 1.000 reet Apply
WILLIAM H. TUTTY, 202 E. Cap. st.
FOR SALE Setsjnd-hand woid -splitter,
in good condition, very cheap.
1831 Gtb st- nw. el8-7t
FOR SALE Earlier chop; good reason
for leiiiug; bueinesd In other city. 725
H St. ne. Eel6-7t
CHEAPEST place in Washington to
buy fancy pigeons. 715 10th st, ne.;
call after 4 p. ni. " tc!8-7t
FOR SALE-Cheap. llghtllayion wag
on. EDWARD BRICK, rear of Sixth
police pneinct nation, N J. avemw.
FOR SALE-Wc have left with us
horses, wagons, trap-, surreys, buggies,
that we are ordered ti-sell; no limit on them:
callatonce. 9271'tt.nw. jcl4-lm
oil e -mini actual cost. 322 Gth st.
FOIl SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE There will be niv better
time to get a bargain In real estate
than now We are offering a few lots,
2111x1311. well located ne.. on terms to
suit pun liasere. at $300 per lot; near cable
cars. Secure a home Rile. Call for pint
and rull Information JNO. F. WAGliA
MAX70O 1-lth st.. room 4. ' se21-14t
CHOICE or 25 lots on" cas terms:
High ground; beautiful view: Vir
ginia side or Potomac Riverv near A queduct
Bridge: walking distance of Georgetown.
OWNER R. M . !I2H II st. ne. seJ21t
FOR EXCHANGE Houseon 23lh
st. near K su nw rents for $18J0; lot
21 by 9G: for house convenient to 8tn and
N st. will pay small difference. Address
EXCHANO'e. this office. se22-3t
FOR EXCHANGE-Wlieeler aud
Wilson sewing machine; lieen used two
mouths- for a horse or iony. L. C. D
this office. se22-lt
FOH SALE STIIUHIIAN.
FOR SALE A charming little prop
erty at a depot on U and P. R. It.
at convenient distance from the city;
nice new cottage, large grounds In grass,
banilsorr.tty fenced, abundant and superior
water; a very unusual bargain. A. J.
SCHWARTZ. No C05 th st nw se!5-7t
THE CARLTON. "14 l?lh st. nw.
lare tihiius: steam heat: electric bella
special attention given to table board; M
peruay or -; permonia;iaoie
WA.NTED A5or Gtisimroodcrnflat;
convenient to 1 Ith st. car line. Ad-
drevs MODERN FLIT, this office. selG-tf
A. O. U. W. MEETING.
ColumbU Loilge, No. 1 . Anclent-Order of
United Workmen, will hold a public meeting
at their hall, T104 Pennsylvania avenue,
on Friday evening, Stptember 27, at 8
o'clockp.m., to ha c explained theobJecLs
and alms of Hie order by several grand
lodge officers.' AH members of the order
living In the District of Columbia and from
otlh r jurisdictions are requested to be pres
ent. aLso to ln ite their friends. Members
of Columbia Loilge bring your friends with
you. L. T. DltrDEN,
Special D. G. M. W.,
lt Maryland Jurisdiction.
3kIR. G. W. LAWRENCE. Voice
and Piano Instruction, btuillo 1003
9th st. nw. Special rates to teachers and
school pupils. Examination gratis.
DO you want money In sums to suit at
G per cent, per annum. In connection
with life Insurance, ou satisfactory terms.
Address MuNEY. Ihis ofllce It
LOST A lemon ard white pointer, fe
maie, answers to the name Bert, reward
H returned to Mi E. JOYCE, 4-14 11th st., or
922 M. st. uw. sc22-3t
LOST Geld fob of ladles' wauh chain
tieiweeu 1st and E nw., and Govern
ment Printing Ofrn; reward If returned
to 413 Gst. nw. . It
LOST Wages of poor person, between
5th and H, N.Y. ave. ana lst;Ieaveat
drag store. N. Y. ave. and 1st. Reward. It
LOST A pearl horseshoe pin. Return
lo-Ot E. Capitol and receive reward. It
LOST A liox containing suit ot clothes
troui Ihe New York Dye House wagon
on Friday. Finder please return and be
liberally rewarded. 709 9lh st. nw. llm&e
LOST Lelt in gallery at Academy Thurs
. cay iiiihi leather tare with steel rod
running through: square handle and steel
tip on end Reward at 110 E st. nw. by
LOST Friday evening; a lace pin; opal
ami diamonds. Keward to finder at
1 104 9th tt iit. , or 131G Eiggs st.
LOST Black and w bite colliedog, named
Bruno; leather collar aud tag 171. Uc
ward If returned lo 220 2dst se. Se22-2t
LOST AlJlack seal pocket book, marked
Virginia A. Handy, either on 7thetreet
caror Tin and Pa. ave. Finder will please
leave at 455 Fla. ave nw. and receive euita
hlo reward It
METROPOLITAN- WESLEY ZION
CHURCH. V street between Second aud
Thlrdsouthwest. Rev.J.B Colbert. pastor.
Sabbath school. 9:30 a .ni. Preaching, 11
a. ni. and 7:30 p. m. Y. P. 8. C: E:, 4
p. ni. The public cordially Invited.
MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH, corner
TwelfthandEstreets north east Evangelist
Alexander Wilibanks, pastor. Sunrise
prayer meeting. Sunday school at 9.
Preaching at 11 a. ni.. by the paston
subject, "The death or a professional
llar Preaching Thursdayevenlng.
ISRAEL" METROPOLITAN C. M. E."
CHURCH, comer First and II streets
southwest. Rev. II. Seb. Doyle, M. A.,
pastor. Preaching this, morning at 11
o'clock by the pastor; subject, ''The ques
tion ot the ages." Preaching at 8 p .m.,
by the pastor; subject, ".Moses1 crisis and
choice." The children's day exercises at
4 p. ru.. by Uie Sunday, school.' Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m.. Prof. L. A. Cornish,
superintendent. All Invited. Seats free.
IN JUSTICE'S COURT OF THE DISTRICT
Before Lewis I. O'Neal,, Esq., a JusUce
of the peace.
John r. Walker vs. John I. Davenport.
No. 17.4 20.
A summons Jn due form having been Is
sued out of this court to a la wrul constable
ot till- Diitritt for the said defendant, and
tl.oscie having-been by said constable re
turned -not to be found." It Is hereby
ord'srod that the said defendant cause his
apnear.ini.e to be entered herein on or be
fore ihe lstlrday of October. 1896, at ten
o'clock a. ru.. otherwise the cause will be
proceeded with-ns In case of default. Pro
vided, that a copy of this order be pub
lished three tlnicslu The Washington Times
at least twelve days (exclusive of Snndavs
and legal holidays) berore the day fixed
herein for the defendant's appciraucc.
The object ot this, suit Is to, obtain Judg
ment against the defendant In action of
debt foronehuudred andfourteenandsLxty
seven one-hundredth dollars ($114.67) and
Interest, and lo have Judgment ! condemna
tion of the goods attached by ie constable
In this cause.
Given under rur hand and teal this 17th
day of September- 1895.
(Seal) JXWISI. O'NEAL, J.P.
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAJT
20.000 i To loan on
10.000 1 Ileal Estate.
Also several small sums to loan on second
deeds of trust, P. A. DAENEILLE.
sep21-3t C31 F St.
"WE have the following ameunts to loan
on approved real estate in the District:
S3.000, 6.000. 50,000. 510,000. ntlowest
rates of interest; no delay. HERRON A
NIXON. 1301 F st. nw.
WE ONLY LEND MONEY ON REAL ES
TATE. Bo you want any of It?
Let us have your applications at once.
Guarantee no delay if security Is all right.
$80,000 ut5perccritin6unutosalt. Larger
loans at 4 ai d 4 1 - 2 percent.
T. O. ANDERSON & CO.,
Real Estate and Business Exchange.
907 G sk. owe
WANTED The loan of 58.000 onflrst
ciaEs uisido property; no agents. 708
19th St. sel2 tf
TT. TC. FULTON'S Loan Orrice. 1218
Pa. ave. nw. Established In 1870.
Money loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew
elry, silverware, etc. Special bargains In
watches. Jewelry, and silverware. au20-6fti
MONEY to loan on bonds, stocks, trusta,
loan association certificates, and old
line lire insurance policies; no delay.
YERKES & BAKER,
40 to 46MetzerottBldg
MONEY TO LOAN In large sums.
or as low- as 1.0uu, at 5 nnd 6 per
rent on D C. real estate: also 52r.0,$rDO
S750. etc at G per cent WM. H. SAUN
DERS & CO . 1407 F st. nw tt
MONEY to loan at 5 and 0 per cent,
on District or Columbia realty; no delay
It security Is satisfactory.
WALTER II ACKER. 704 14th ntr.
MONEY TO LOAN All classes ot
real estate loans made wlthpromptoesii
hi curent rate. THEMcLACHLEN HEAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY. COM
ner loth and G streets nw. ni9-tf
MONEY to loan on real estate in tea
District, at lowest rates ot Interest.
No delay. HEBRON & NIXON, 1304 F St.
3. w. se4-lmo
tTATIta CORNER OP BlXTH. AN3 B
In Effect Sept.0 .1805.
10 30 A- M. PENNSYLVANIA LIM
ITED. Pullman Sleeping. Dining. Smok
ing, and Observation Cars Harrtsburg to
Chicago. Cincinnati, Indiana polls, St.
Louis. Cleveland, and Toledo. Buffet
Parlor Car to Horrlsburg.
XO 30 A. M. FAST LINE. Pullman
Biifiet Parlor Car to Uarrlsburg Parloi
nnd Dining Cars, Uarisburg to Pitts
burg 3 40 I. M- CHICAGO AND 8T.LOTJI3
EXPUE&s. Pullman Buffet Parlor
Car to Harrisburg. Sleeping and Dinlnp
Cars. Harisburg to St. Louis, Cincinnati.
Louisville, and Chicago.
T lO P- M. WESTERN EXPRESS.
Pullman bleeping Car to Chicago, and
Harrtsburg to Cleveland Dining Car to
1 XO P- M. SOUTHWESTERN EX
PicESb. Pullman Sleeping and Dining
Cars to St. Louis, and Sleeping Car,
Harrtsburg to Cincinnati.
10.40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESB
Pullman Sleeping car to Pittsburg.
f.EO A. M. for Kane. Canandaigua,
Rochester, and Niagara Falls daily, ex
"1 0.30 A. M forFJmlra and Rcnovo,
dally, except Sunday. For Wllllarni
port dally. 3.40 p m.
T.IO P. M. for Wllllamsport, Roches
ter. Bufralo. and Niagara Falls dally,
except Saturday, with sleeping car Wash
ington to Suspension Bridge via Buffalo.
1 0.40 P. M. for Erie. Canandaigua,
Rochester. Buffalo, and Niagara Falls,
dally, sleeping car Washington to Elnilra-
For l'lilludelpula.Now York und tbo
4,00 -P. M- "CONGRESSIONAL LIM
ITED'' All Parlor Cars, with Dining
Car from Baltimore, for New York
dally, for Philadelphia week-days. Regu
lar at 7.05 (Dining Carl, 7 20, 9.00.
10.00. (Dining Can, and 11 00 (Dining
Carta m .12.15,3.15. 4.20,6.40. 10.00.
and 11.35 p. m. On Sunday, 7.05
(Dining Can. 7.20. 9.00, 11.00 (Dining
Car) a. m .2.15. 3.15, 4.20. G.40. 10.00,
aud 1 1 35 p m. For Philadelphia only,
Tast Express 7.50 a m. week-days. Ex
press 2.01 and. 5 40 p. m. daily.
For Boston, without change, 7.50 a, m.
week-days, and 3.15 p. m. dally.
For Baltimore. 6.23. 7.0a. 7.20. 7.50, 9.00.
10.00. 10.30, 11.00 and 11.50 a. m
12.15. 2.01. 3.15, S.40 (4.00 Limited).
4.20, 4.36. 6.40, 6.05. G.40, 7.10. 10.00.
10.40. 11.15 and 11.35 p. m. On Sun
day. 7.03, 7J10, 9.00. 9 05. 10.30, 11.00
a.m.. 12.15. 1.15.2.01.3.15, 3.4014 00
Limited). 4.20, 5.40. 6.05. G.40, 7.10.
10.00. 10.40 and 11.35 p. m.
For Pope's Creek Line. 7.20 a. m. and 4.36
p. m. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis. 7.20, 9.00 a. m.. 12.15 and
4.20 p. m. dally, except Sunday. Sun
days. 9.00 a. m. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Rlch-
mond. Jacksonville and Tampa, 4.30
a. m.. 3.30 p. m. dally. Richmond, and
Atlanta. 8.40 p. ni. dally. Richmond,.
only. 10.57 a. m. week-days.
Accommodation for Quantlco, 7-45 a, m
dally, and 4.25 p. m. week days.
For Alexandria. 4.30, G.33, 7.45. 8.40.
9.45. 10.57, 11.50 a. ni.; 12.50, 1.40.
3 20. 4.25. 5.00. 5.37. 6.15, 8.02.
10.10. and 11.39 p. ni. On Sunday as.
4.30, 7.45, 9.45 a. m.; 2.45, 6.15.
8.02. and 10.10 p. ni.
Leave Alexandria- for Washington, 6 OS.
6.43. 7.05. 8.00. 9.10. 10.15. 10.28.
a. ni.: 1.00, 2.15, 3.00, 3.23, 5.00,
5.30. G.13, 7.00. 7.20. 9.10. 10.52.
and 1 1.08 p.m. OnSundayat6.43,9.10.
10.28 a. ni.: 2.15. 5.30, 7.00. 7.20.
9.10. and 10.52 p. ni.
Ticket offlces. northeast comer of Thir
teenth street and Pennsylvania avenue,
and at the station. Sixth and B streets,
where orders can be left lor the checking
ot baggage to destination from hotels and
HIS FIRST OI'EHATION.
Tue Surgeon Hecnll- TUat lie Was
Nervous and Had No Appetite.
"Do you recall the first operation you ever
performed yourself?" a New York Sun man
asked a surgeon.
"Indeed, I remember 11 very well. I was
In a hospital where there were 3,500 beds
and thirty-three surgeons In charge. I was
one of the young assistant surgeons. It an
operation was necessary in any of the wards
it was our duty to report It to the surgeon
In charge, who then performed theoperation
it he chose. I reported to my surgeon the
Importance of an amputation of a great toe.
Thesurgeon came and looked at themanand
concurred with my opinion that an ampu
tation was necessary. I was directed to
gel everything for tho operation: 'Then,
said the surgeon, I will come and operatelf
1 can. If nol, you go on nnd perform the
"I told my young associates of the order,
nnd they said: 'Well, you go and get ready,
but ha won't come. You will have to do the
operation yourself.' And that was the way
It turned out. The operation was to be at
2 o'clock. All the night berore I was rehears
ing what I Intended to do in my mind and
dreaming of il in my sleep. The next day I
could not cat my luncheon. My hands and
feet were cold. When it came time to com
mence the operation I could only steady my
nerve by threading needles. I said: 'Give
me the needles to thread. I am very particu
lar about my thread.' I took a needle and
commenced poking at the eye. In a few sec
onds my band obeyed my will and became as
steady as I could wish. I performed the
operation successfully. After that I went
on performing a great many operations, but
11 was years before I could take 1 o'clock
luncheon It I had to operate at 2 o'clock.
rapcr Hoasitlng Fan.
A roasting pan made of paper is something
now. Tlielpaper is compressed and coated
with a wax preparation. In appearance it
resembles pa rchment. The inventor claims
that paper can beusedforbaldng,and whero
tlie fire does not come in contact with the
pan it will be found to befarsuperiortolron,
Novor, miss the Evening Times lt.
you would have ALL the Nowst