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THE MOBNTtfO TIMES. FBIDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1895.
THE TIMES' 32,000 SURETY SMALL ADS.
REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW jGJENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. -
THROUGH ONE AD.
UKLV WANTED MALE. '
KESPECTABLE young man, good
writer. Willi -bu, can Ecoirc lunation,
$12 weekly, interest on money deposited.
ApplyJ. K., till-, office. It
WANTED-Ad experienced carpet
layer. APPI IU C - a. && iwtrci uu
and 11 sis. '.
WANTED-A court buslielmati. Ap
w'au. MORGAN'S. BOO K t,nw.
ot lo at
WANTED-A first-class baker on all
kinds n uread. cakes or pies. Address
BC 1'.. this office. oclb 3t
WANTED-A barber at oniv. 22G
ittl St, SC
WAKTED-A white barber al once.
Apply u-ci Pennsylvania avc.se. It
WANTED-Colored man t tend steam
uui'er ana general work; his wife for
general housework. Apply at 100S i::tb
WANTED-Twu white drivers fur de
liver. ta.ihtfnient73Ullttiiit.nw. It
WANTEU-ttol"1 '"k ACO ""dcr-
stands varvln& 01413tti at. mf. It
CauntGlt' , ihnw.,upsnirs. It
WANTED-!"'Ml nien to rut cord
wood. Apply to EOBiNSON WHITE.
602F st. nw. oc.18-31
DO wi want emplojmeniT Call at
41 . K rt. n w. It
WANTED- Boy tocarry bundles- Ap
pti. wnn references. Boom 3, Warder
Bldc., OtuandFsts. nw., between lOand 12.
WANTED A clerk in grocery store;
one who understands cutting meat.
Callut 1235 W t.nw, It
WANTED- I'aperhangcrs, serapcrs;
also boy to -.lay in sin re; at once. Apply
WM. F. N'OLTE. 11(17 Hill st. nw. It
WANTED-rlMtUfe jcweiry bales
man. Apply at once, M. GOLDSMITH,
911 ra.are. oc!7-3t-ein
WANTED-Acllvc organizers or a
liencliciai society. Good pay to r'ght
parties l: l. (SUNN, Hotel Johnson, or
Box 0b, lllcliniond. Va. Item
WANTED Man or boy understanding
Lulling meal. Genuan-"peaklng pre
ferred Call l.J.l 3d st., cur, li nw. ll-em
WANTED-Csnvswen; salary. Ap
ply Room 55, Lc Droit Balldlng. 8th
and F sts. nw oel7-3t-cm
WASTED-An expcrieiicvd voting man
in a nr ootids store. MAX KcXHNER,
1132 Tib M.nw lt.em
WANTED- Five caners to cane chairs.
40oRidgest nw. f!T-
WANTED-Young single man who
unuerMunus cutting meats; must -work
cheap: slate experience and refb Address
MEATS, thi'; olfiee. oc!7-3t
WANTED A wheelrigbt- J. J.
b v Kr.N , Biadensburg road, one mile
from toll gate. 17-3t
WANTED-A young man with 5300.
Call aL t,iG K Rt. sw.( before 9 a. ra..
or after 1 p. m.
INDCSTKIAL Insurance agents can
learu something to their advantage.
Address L. M. O., lliis office. ocl63t-em
WANTED Several agents; nothing
pav a goesl agent so well as selling
stock: ror a good huildingnssociallon; guar
antees togooiliiu-u. G17Fst.nvv. oclC-7t
WANTmn A young man with elcrl-
i-al audit, who can come well recom
mended, who lias a few hundred 'dollars,
as secretary of a company doing business
in this city and handling an invention
indorsed by the U. S. array and navy. Ad
dress OPPORTUNITY, this office. oc-9 tf
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
KATE JOSEPHINE VICK-
i.itd. a2 iittiM. Oooksiroin S4uciown.
nurses. chauibi nuaid-,, waitresses, aud other
domestics supplied on short notice. It
TV ANTED- Vi bite i hambennaid and
exiierieiiced nurse. Call C14 13tb st.
WANTED-Neat while girl for gen
eral houscvork in family of two. Call
at 211 K st. lie. It
WANTED-Experienced waist hands
and appienlic-cs that can sew well, at
once MME DLEPDEY. 821 lllh st.uw.
WANTED-llJ small family, good
wuile gin lor general housework. 211)
K st. w. ocl8 2t
WANTED-Girls to chocolate and
dip. Must understand the work. Call
at 1110 H st ne. octl7-3t-eru
WANTED I" small, private ramily.
a glri lo no gcs-Tal housework; uulei-
you can brjug recommendation troui last
place, don't answer this advertisement.
Applv 1830 Oregon aye. oclG-3l
WANTED-An experienced n-rsc to
cure J"r cuild and stayat nights; good
references required. Apply to 40 4 1-2
lot st. nw. oelC-3jt
WANTED-Ladles U loam the latest
and best urcss cutting system; mothers
should send their daughters to ..the
WAXIlIMiTON DRKSS-CITTI.NG ACAD
EMY. 1)0 1 12tli st. nw. ucl6-7t
WANTED MALE AND
SIS per week salary paid to agents
competent to sell the new combination
Oxford Teachers' Bible. Apply 9 to 11
a. m., It. A. DINSMOKE. G2S G st. nw.
(ml U ",
SEND to 419 KTiiw. for jour domestic
belli; . It
WANTED-1'I ladies and gentlemen
will be paid $15 icr week in our order
....i P na., I... Ilm I. .ill.,.. . .. t ...!.. f a
If? n nt Pniloir t,. Ml. If II ,.vi n ,
w ..... ......J. . .... ... A., V.U V. ft,.
WANTED-imUb Premier Type
writer operators and stenographers di
rected to ikjsltions. Operators desiring to
familiarize ttiemwlves with new No. 2
bmith Premier Tyiiewrlter all
Till'. SMITH I-KEMIEK TYPEWHITER
CO., No. 1 410 I" st. ll w Jy31-tf
ALL kiniis" or lieli furnished, rree of
charge, in or out of Hie clti ; bv MRS.
SITUATION WANTED 31AEE.
WANTED-French cook and butler;
urst-ciass, best of references. J. M.,
this olfiee. It
WANTED-Bf middle aged man, Ger
man, position as watchman or tome
thiug siiullar. Address A. U., this office.
WANTED-Bj steady J oung man, posi
tion or aiij kind; private family, restau
rant, or dairy; would take $0 nnd board
imp Tlintitri. mm.! mf 1 iMm.. T Q . I.
WANTED-Bf J oung man, 19, gradu
ate olscuool, 3 years' businessexiienence.
GENE, tills office.
WANTED-A position in a bookstore.
Andress i-.cKLRA. tins oiTice. oclG 3t
"VA.NTED-8ituation bv experienced
cinuese coo. Call at 1S47 7th sr.
WANTED-A place to clerk in grocery
store, has had experience bcrorc; can
get fresh country produce, C. M. D., this
OK V , - - I)i
SITTJATION WANTED M ALE.
WANTED-Industrious boy desires
poxiliqn in nfficeor store OBEDIENT,
918 L st. nw. u
W A.NTED By colored man, place to
crive ueiivery wagon of onv kind, or
for private family. Address W. H.. this
WANTED llT first-class custom cut
ler, :i sanation In Washington, D. C;
liesi references given. Address S. S., (Ills
SITUATIONS WANTED VE51A I.E.
3FO"" BBST-Nlctly lurnished room
Willi bpard; private family. 71D lst
Bt. nw. It
FOR RENT Second story back room,
liiniibiien, with beat and gas, togrr.ik-
nian; SO per month, board if uesJrcd 1013
O st. nw. octl8-3t
FOE RENT 1322 13th nw ,2dftory,
3 rooms and bath; uniunushed, nioi.t-rn
FOR RENT 225 II si.nc., Itvo dcsir-
aole lurin&iicd rooms; lightliuuse-kcep-
ing permitted. It
FOR RENT Two furnished communi
cating rooms, with board, for 4 per
sons; $3.t0 and $4 per week each, U24
8Ui bl. nw. . It
FOR RENT Three rooms nnd bath;
a m i..ioriioun-keeplng, unfurnished;
$10. C47Ackerst.iie. octl8-2t
WANTED-Waslilng to do at Home.
ork lirt el.iss. Address 431 Holll
daycoirt, bet. 41U and 5th, O and P.
or 17-It -cm
WANTED By first-class laundress,
washing to do at home; shirts, collars,
cuffs a specially. Address II. V this
WANTED House cleaning by dnv or
laundry i ork by day or at house. Call
for three, days, 171d Yl.aicnw. It
VANTED-A competent laundress
wouid like washing home, or would
work out by the day, or as cLamberunld.
Address 1800 13th St. It
WAM'LD-A neat colored girl rrom
irginia wants place as nurse, cook,
clinniln-nnnld or washing to do; to r'Jiy
nights. 2211 12lhst.nw. It
WANTED-By a rti-recinuic colored
giri, a junto in a folding rocru. in a
laiindrj, or work by day ur week; can
ckan rooms or attend to ladies' toilet
room. Please call ut 1C3G Marion st nw.
1 1- c m
WAKTEU-l'Uw as cook or chani
ix nn u,i in ,riatc family or hotel Ad
dress 431 Holliiiay uoJrt, bet. 4th and Bill.
O and V. oel7-lt cm
"WANTED By a respectable settled
coioresl woman, jilace as chambermaid.
WAKTED-By a ni-at colored girl
place to no general housework; wages,
su, in .7 a., lino iiix;i
WANTBD-A "i.ng lady -n nil know 1
euge oi opewriting and Mencgraphy
desires position as bookkcttier or to
do clerical work; reis , will begin on $r a
week. O. K.t this olfiee. ' ocl7-3t
WANTED-Situation as atterdant In
hospital or would nurfe. Address 82S
9tli st. nw. It
A LADY lauy with ability lo teah
lauey work, knitting, netting, crochet
ing, tailing, artistic embroidery and paper
work, desires lady iuplls. Addrs A0Y
AV OKK, lias office. oclC-3'.enf
WANTED-Place as cook, by joung
colored girl. Address 419 M st. nw.
W A NTED Competent dressmaker
wouid like work by tliu day or week;
first-class refs ; terms reasonab'e. AddrtM
diu;.s.s.ma!-.i:k,i l.i HKt.f". ocio it
WANTED-Bya white woman j laceaa
working iiou.ekeeper in small family;
good refi. Addrcs3 lor three days, K. A. fc.,
this office. cclO-lt
V neat, tidy colorea worn in, wieh(3 a
place to clean gentleman's office, or
anv kind of clay's work. Please call at
1213 8th st-nw. ocl7-2t.e-m
WANTED- good colored girl, gen
eral housework; can cook, wash and
Iron; ref. Adaicss or call, REBECCA, 10
M st. r.w. otl7-2t,cm
WANTED-Colored or white girl to
no general housework; must stay nights
and have best refs. S. W. AUGE.ShTKIN.
439 7th sr, nw. ocl7 3t
WANTED-Young gi-ntlcinan wished
place with joung widow; room and
dinner daily; in 9 blocks of Post build
ing. Address DINN'El'.. this office. It
WANTED-Partner. lady or gentle
man, with $125 cash; busiLess lucra
tive nnd legitimate; eeiual interest or $75
per month. Address Box C, this oriice.
DAY &. HALnEMAN. C17 14th St. It
WANTED-30-foot lied S.13I1; must be
cheapforcash. SAHH.thlsofflce. It
WANTED-A partner witli SboO. in a
laying business, wliicli Is already es
tablished, do not apply t;Le you can
bring a good cliaraeter and ready for
business. Address STB1CTLY BCSI-M-.h.
this olfiee. It
DRESSMAKING by the tailor s)S-
tem. Miss 11AT1TE SMrTH. 409 G st.
nw. oclO .Item
"WANTED A second hand Jennie
iau.l t.ibie. 58 H st. nw. cc!G-;it
WANTED-lon to know that I am
''repairing ljtrob"s. range" and fur
naces promptly. Heating stoves and ranges
at low prices. GEO. E. GAKTUELL. 815
7th t. nw. oclG Gt-em
I WANT the Indies to know that they
can liave their felt hats nressed in the
latest r.illstvlesat MKS. E. McCAFFEUTY
A 80N"g. 1215 G st. nw. icl5-4t
WANTED-Horses lo winter at C. n.
Parkers stock farm. Lay Hill, Mdnt-
gomerv Co.. Md.; box stall-., 8 ir month.
. H. r-AKKEU, 435 4 1-2 st. iff., or at
WANTED AH should know fir. Mary
cordon tells truthfuiiH-ss of friends,
business deal, or matnmnuial 'venture.
Tells all our buslni-as affairs with ulmost
truth; lost or stolen property; cvcr hid
den myslery revealed; mikes speedy and
happy marriages witli the one jou lovo
by proper advice. Don't buy, fell, or
go i:n a journey until jou consult this
gifted lady in person or by letter. Htio
diagnoses your cose by spiritual Insight
aided by a staff of competent physicians.
Ladies may consult lu confid"nce on all
diseases pecttliir to their sex. Office
and residciKf. 1109 G st. nw. T20 1m
WANTED-Girls to no ? eir-sUDportlug;
marrieu ladies to lessen dressmaking
Wis by leamiug to cut by Merchant Tailor
Square: particulars at school, 718 12lh
Wanted--Try Rubber Roor Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FltEa
AbC chsri;o only for painliug: Tiorkcuarantetl
hAT. ItUBBliU KOOf PALM" CO, loil Uta nrt
WANTED-Two unl urnished rooms
lor ligiit Housekeeping; must be cheM)
nnd I'l good neighborhood. Addrets H.
T. S., this office. It
lurnistied rooms; heat, bath, etc.; low
rent; pajable scmi-montlily; state terms
exact. Address RELIABLE, thisornce.
"WANTED 3 unfur. communicating
rooms; enliven lent to G.P.O. Address,
stating price, TUCK. Brookland, D.C. U
"WANTED Nocniber-l,fujr rooms on
Hour ror light housekeeping. W. R. Q-,
this office. oclS-2t
WANTED-By lady, unfur. room with
hoard; near Agricultural Department
or cars: terms reasonable. Address W.IVT,
this office. ocl7-3t
WANTED 3 or 4 bright rooms for
light not.ekeeplng!by Nov. 6; give de
scription and location. B. II. o., this
11 f f 1 te. oc G 3 1
WANTED POSTAGE STAMPS.
sHIGHEST prices for TJ. S. postage,
uc'iiuruneiii, uuu cone-ciions or xor
elgn Ruimps, Is paid by the old reliable
C. F. nOTllFUCUM. 359 1-2 Pa. ave.
WANTED-At once, f mall brick house,
costing rrom $1,000 lo $1,200.
Will pay all cash. Full particulars. A.B.,
tills office. ocll7-St-em
WANTED-Brick dwelling, not to ex
ceed i-s.uuo fnrnn immediatcpurcnaser.
EASTEHDAY A HALDEMAN.G17 14th St.
FOR SALE-Fine stock farm, 400
acres, with stock, crops, everything
complete; 25 miles from Washington, D.
H'lproiiMBT. W- T. eAT.T.lW tttArlln,
Va- .15-6t '
FOR RENT ROOMS.
cooking ulenstis, disties, gas, beat, bath,
8ewinguiucuuie, $15 per month. 301 loth
st. stv near Smithsonian. lt
FOR RENT -1 220 Muss. ave. nw..
communicating rooms on second Iloor,
the lront one being very large; location
very best. oc!8-2t
FOR RENT Cheap, pleasant sccond
stury lront room, for one or two gen
tlemen, 111 prlvnte family. Apiily D-- 9th
St. 11 w.'. store-. ocl8j3t
FOR RENT A large, nicely furnished
front room, on 2d fmor; convenient lo
cation; in prnate family. 716 8th st.
n w. 1
FOR RENT A beautiful store and
uwehaig, water, gas, and buth; con
crete evnar, to a goou tenant very cheap;
comer loth and M sis. se. Apply to
JOSEPH l.UOXllEllS i CO., 037 La. ave.
THREE large rooms, with bath, heat
and gas, uniur.,for housekeeping, $13,
In advance. 411 Ust.uc. ucl7-2t-ero
LARGE fur. front room: closets, heat
and gas; lur. hall room; others fur.
and iiuiur. 317 Mo. ave. It-em
FOK K1S.NT l.r.P iiml SIOWtV
r.K)m.lat; a. m. i.; 121G cind 1218 H
St. lie. K. GRAVES. 474 C St. tiff. oc!7-3t
Ffii? hw.mt to a caterer i'nrtly fur.
culling 100111 and kitchen in hnuscfilled
with roomers; will rent cry reasonable.
epptvii 1 st.nw. ocii-ac
FOR KENT-i-unnshed room, 148 0
st. ne., to one or two gentlemen.
FOR RENT 2 rooms on 2d floor, fur.
or unfur.: with or without board. Ad
dress 1.112 Mil. ave. ne oc!7-3t
FOR RENT r umtshed room for two
gentlemen, with board. 507 N. J.ac
FOR RENT-'! unrurn's'iesj rooms and
bath, on 2d floor; heat and gas; $12
per month. 720 illli si. nw. ocii-3t
FOR RENT J1-5U. S2, and $2.50 iier
week: newly far. rooms; gas. heat,
and bath: private family. 80G II st. nw.
FOR RENT 2 or 3 lur. or uuiur.
. rooms, ror rent. No. 308 K nw.:
light !i-u rkivpliig. oclG-31
FOR RENT Very desirable, newly
papered and furnished rooms. 22J
Indiana ave. nw. oc!5-4t
FOR RENT Front room, well heated
and l.ciiled, aud well fiiruisLol, In
nrhalpfanillv. ir.15 12ltist,iiw. ocl4-7t
OR 'RENT 1129 14lli st. nw., lur-
lusueii rooms, can ucioro 10, or iw.
tween 3 and G p. m. oel2-7t
FOR RENT 153 F st. ne., 2 newly
papcrc-d rooms; heat, gas and bath;
$3.50; light housekeeping. lt-eni
FOR HENT-Om f iirni-licd front room,
auiioor. 1118N. Y.jne. nw. ocl2 7t
NICELY furnishesl rooms, for light
housi-kccplne: very cheap; good loca
tion. 1413 hlli st.nw. lt.em
NICELY rurnlshed rooms, with or with
out board, location central; terms mod
erate, 71.! 12lli st. nw. lt.em
rou RENT nOUSES.
FOR RENT 113 Spruce St., Lc Droit
Park, nrick house, 8 rooms, large jard.
all In good coodillon, to a careful tenant.
$25. Inquire nt 815 T st. oclS-2t
FOR RENT Largo store and dwell
ing, 2012 7th Rt, nw.; upper portion
now renting ror $21.50; room for stabling
two horses; good isllar; will rent entire
building for S30 a month. OWNER. 1323
R. I. ave. nw. ocl7'3t
FOR RENT New. hnndnume house;
saloon parlor: 8 rooms, cellar; a. m. 1.;
heater, stationary wsshtubs, back alley:
cars pass door; 908 lllh si. se.; f22.ro.
ApnU 900 Kinii i.treet. c!7-l It
FOR RENT 1238 Duncan St. i.e., 7
rooms, nil moil, imps.; nearly new:
$15,10 JOHN W. MOKKIb, 614 F St.
FOR RENT Hav window press brick:
C rooms nnd bath; all m. I.; 009 and
613 H St. ne.: on i-ar line, near Govt, Print
ing orfiee: reduced to $17.50. JAMES
G. JEdTElU G39 F St. nw. oclG 3t-cm
FOR RENT A beautiful G r., p. b., b.
w. house, near Gov. Printing Ofriee
and H St. cable. Address OWNER. 11.00
10th st. nw. oclC-r.t-em
FOR RENT ISrlck hoiisc. 724 13th
st. nc eigut rooms; ail modern im
provements: papered and in good repair;
only 515 CHARLES 3. SIU'.EVE. KW9
7th st. nw. oclC-7t
ItOlt RENT STORES.
FOR RENT No. 14 C Rt. nw., oppo
bitu 11. A o. depot; store and cellar;
flee business stand; $40 for store, cellar
and stable or 00 for whole biildtng. In
;Iuding dwelling rooms. JAMES O. JES
TER. 039 F st nw. oelG 3t-cm
FOR RENT Stora room;2030 "Vt, ave.
nw.; orucr; good business stand for
groivr: S13; will rent to colored. JAMES
G. JEbTER. 039 F St. nw. oelG 3t-em
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN.
MONEY! MONEY! MONEY!
We lwvo It.
We will lend It.
Wi 11 nt you to liavo It.
All wrt want Is satisfactory rea. rvtate
security. Ccme to uo with jour appli
cations niid we can tell you what we
will do asMton as we examine the property.
T. O. ANDERSON' t CO..
Real Itotc and Ifcis!ue-ss Exchange. 907
Tt. TC. FTILTONS ixmi Orfleo 1218
Pa nve. nw. Established in 1870.
Money loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew
elry, silverware, etc. fipecial bargains in
watches. Jewclry-and silverware au20 Gfa
MONEY 10 loan on bonus, stocks, trusts,
loan association ccrtillcates. and old
Uco life lnsurnnee policies; an delay .
YERKES A BAKER.
40 lo 4lMet7erott Bldc
MONEY TO LOAN " large sums.
or as low- as al.ocio, at 5 aud 6 per
rent on D C. rent estate: also $2r,0. $500.
750. etc.. at per cent, WM. H. SAUN
DERS & CO . 1407 F st. nw tf
aiONEY TO LOAN All clashes of
real estate loans mnde with promptness
si curent rates THEMcLACHLEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY. cor
ccr H'th and G streets nw mO tf
W ANTED-Tliu loan of Sb.000 onfirst
ciass lusidd property; no agents. 708
lOtli Rt. eol2 tf
MONEY to ioan at 5 and 0 per cent.
on District of Columbia realty: no delay
If sacunlv is sstisiactory.
WALTER U ACKER. 704 14lh nw
WALTER SCOTT STETSON', teacher of
acting, elocution, dancing. 1321 12th
LACE Curtains laundered by hand,
ar,. a uair: mail orders iiromntlr .it.
tended lo. No. 2D F st. niv. It I
HATb Trnnincd. old hats, n trimmed;
l'arislan style; DO cents. 623 E st.
nw.. upstairs. oc!7 Ct
IF YOU WANT
To insure your house;
To Fill your property;
To rint your proiierty;
A loan on property;
See GRACE M. THOMAS. Room 100 Cor
coran b Hiding, for prompt attention.
DK. WE3TLAKE. In charge of the
Highlands Medical and Surgical Sanl
tariam at Highland fetation. B. A O.R. It
has opened an orfiee at 913 New York
aeime: hours, lO-li) to 12 a. m.; 2.30 to 5
p. in.: telephone. 1755. oclG-4t
as new bv THE OHIO CA RPET CLEAN
ING CO.. G22 K St. nw. ocl6-9t
WH AT? $2.50 for heating Ftoves. ranges
$3,110. lounges $2.50; bed room and
Sarlnr suits S1.00 per week, at RED
lOND'S. 719 7th st. nw. ocl5-7t
THE latest fall stjlos of wallpapers are
now coming in. Rooms papered from
$2 up. CHAS. W. EVANS, 222 13th St.
JT7ST RECEIVED Fine lot young Cu
ban parrots, guaranteed to talk: also
monkeys, canaries., mucking birds, gold
fish, docs, aud facy pigeons SCHMID'S,
712 12th st. nw.. branch 1221 Pa. ave. 4
SOLID comfort for sick or well, Mark's
adjustable folding chair; send for
catalogue. W. E. PFE1FFEK, 417 11th
st. nw oc!2-7t
J D. MERRITT. Phoiographer, re
moved 10 459 and 461 Pa. ave. nw.;
nil work strictly first class. e28-lm
HEARING restored, ringine in ears
stopped, catarrh cured. Consultation
free. Dr. GRADY. 1407 N. Y. ore, nw.
GUNS. Rifles. Revolvers, loading tools,
hunters" outfits, watches, Jewelry,
guitars, violins, banjos, mandolins, at about
one-half regular dealers' prices at PAWN
SHOP. No. 1009 E st, nw. ocl-emo
PROF. FREDERIC, .TRUE, Wonderful
txance-writlneiiitdlum. Mr. True
tells jou Just miar you wish to know;
what it is best for1 jou to do and when
lo do it: tells you yolif lueky ilays, dates,
and numbers, break's spells of bad luck
put on b evil influences, and this Is your
condition, at different times j"ou feci down
hearted, ioncl. discouraged, friends are cold.
Perhaps jour husband, loer. or sweet
heart has descried; this can all be UiHiikeilby
ttie friends made loving, and j-our lover re
turned to jou, reunited marriage, happiness,
HiMltM, iiarinoii), iiuiek iiiarrkic,es to af
finities produced, good luck given; advice
free lo every visitor; terms reasonable.
Hours, 9 lo !. No. 714 F St. sw. Cut
this out for luck. It
JIXME. GOFB'. the renowned clairvoy
ant, returned to the city and has tal en
rooms at 508 1-2 13th sL 11 w.: un bo con
sulted on the iiast, present, and future; ad
vice on all business matters; consulted
from 0 a. in. to 9.p.m. oc-18-7 1
CLAIRVOYANT AND TRANCE
FREE TEST! FREETEST!
To those who come prepared for a silting
by the world famous Prof. Reese, from
Chicago, whose equal is not known, aud who
stands without a peer on tnp in his pro
fession, ami this lie is proving by giving
those who come preparcil for a reading a
test to prove his wonderful imwcrs. No
charges are made for sittings unless you
aiu iierfectly satisfied. Why do I do it?
Because 1 am so positive of my iwwers
that if the most skeptical are In our midst
he will notstnff j ou witli uouseiise, but witli
real facts There is no necessity for anj'-bodj-
to be unhappy nor in Hie dark vvhen
jour life from the cradle to the grave, and
if one flaw, no pay expected. Consulta
tion dally from 9 u. m. until G p. ni.. at
his parlors, 910 I st. nw. ocl73t
S"I OO reward for a case of Indigestion
or (ljspeiisia that cannot be cured with
Crump's Tonic of Fruit and Spices.
CRUMP M'F-li. CO., G03 F st. nw. Bend
for circular. oc!8-7t
MME, FRANCIS is ono of Wash
ington's oldest and most gifted me
diums; she can help you, no matter what
your troubles may be; she has helped
thousands to ticalih, happiness, and suc
cess. If you are in need of help, seek one
that Is old established and reliable.
Hoars. 9 a. in. to 10 p.m. 25c. and. 50a
321 East Capitol st ocl8-2t
I AM a" experienced man for the sick:
ran give best of refs.; benevolent so
iletles please note. THEODORE SEI
FERT,305 MoavejjnV; It
TAKE jour loolus bath at 702 9th
st nw. Price $1. oc!7-7t
NEITHER a fool race nor a funeral;
tfie ptcseui attraction Is that we are
selling elegant custom made suits snd
overcoats, "the least bit worn," at. figures
that will do ou good to Investigate.
JUSTirsOLD STAND. G 19 D si. nw
.PROF. CLAY is the oldest estab
lished, only reliable, genuine and nat
ural born clairvoyant and mesllum in
this clij': nteals every hidden mjstery.
finds lussts. brings separated together.
nd en u so stieedy marriage with the one
you love by proper advice: If you are in
bad luck he will change it: removes fam
ily troubles, evil Influences, cures spells.
tells win, are your enemies, how to over
come them and avoid, all troubles: advice
on busiuvss. love afriilrs. absent friends,
buried treasures, or what business you are
best suited be successful: he never falls
lo give satisfaction Call and be con
vinced of his wonderful power to aid you.
He surprises all wholiave consulted Iilm.
Flfti-en jears established; fee 50 cents:
hours. 10 a. m. to'9 p. ra.: open Sunday.
489 II st.. I11 1. 4 1-2 nrsl Mil sts. sw.
MME. PERRIN Scienliflo paimls
trj; truest iicoimy reader of the age;
events or past ncll luture revealed with
wonderful accuracy; hours 10 to 9. 515
19th sL nw.. bet, B nnd F oclG-lrao
TIMES SMALL AD
COST LESS AND
MME. NOLAN. 324 Del. ave. ne.,
elalrvoj-ant- hillings, 50c Circles
every Thursday night. oc!7-7t
NEITHER a foot race nor a funeral:
urn present attraction is that we are
selling elegant custom made suits and
overcoats, the "least bit worn," at figures
that will do you good to Investigate,
EGYPTIAN Gypsy Seventh daugh
ter of the seventh generation: she can
take ofr spells and cause to marry as well
as tell yo'i the past and future: persons
ealling at the lent next to railroad will
ask for MME. BURNETT.
Tako Ecklugton and Soldiers Home
A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY".
A company handling a new patent that
Is indorsed by thc-U. . army and navy, de
sires to i-ommunii-ate with men of means.
Quhk returns for small investments. Will
stand closest scrutiny. Address GOOD
CHANCE, this office. oc9 tf
LADIES needing confidential treat
mem, A safe nnd sure relief In ail
female trouble, constipation. Irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula,
etc Separate looms for pnllenls tiefore
and during eonrinement, and find homes
for Infants If required. Strictly confiden
tial. MRS. DR. RENNEU-IG Fourth st
he., near E. Capitol st . Washington, D. C
MME. EOYSTON. Besuty Special
si. 0O4 12tu st. nw.; all blemishes re
moved, wrinkles absolutely cifaceel, and
complexion mnde perfect; no pain, no
poisons; eonsuiiation free, daily 10 to 12
aril 2 to 5. e n s-nidav se29 Imo
WANTED-A man toproseciucaclalm
in Cnociaw Nation, which claim is
certain and suie: worth frrm $10,000 or
$15,tKlO or more; will give one-half to
obtain (lie rest. Call at Philadelphia House,
Pa nve., bet. 3d and 4 12 sts., ask for
MEDICINE MAN. oc!2 St
IF .YOU want to buy a bicycle Join
the sterling Bicvcle Club, now form
ing; membership limited. 924 9th st. nw.
PIANO lessons E. S. McElhlnney, No.
425 l!h st. nw.: experienced teacher;
reduced rates. i selS-lmo
MME. ESTELLE tells all events of
lite; gives advicu u domestic troubles:
strictly confidential: nnd heals all kinds
of sores, the latter tor ladle only; hours,
9 a. in. to 10 p. m.. 913 19th st. nw.
DR. TAYLOR. f0G F st.nw.. makes
full sots of teeth for $5; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling. $1: nmalgam. 50o se4-tf
MME. BROOKE tclLs all the events
of life; ail busiiit-ss.confidcntlal; ladies
and gentlemen, ridenls each; hours, 9 a.
m. to 9 p. m. GOB New- Y'ork ave. nw.,
near Gib st. . 1 oc8-14t
Dr. Mary Gordou, tells you all things
and gives a proper remedy foryour trouble.
Alwaysathom?. 1109Gst.nw. se22-lm
nw.. carpet lining, felts, fire brick and
clay, asbestos, paints, brush"" time, cement
twonnd three-ply roofing malertal.apr21 tf
TFTE Wonderrul Remedy. Cancers cured
without knife, pain or pay until cared;
also carbuncles, piles, dropsv. by PROF.
MARTIN KILBY.4GG r.i.ave-nw.oca-lmo
I OR RENT SUBURB AN.
FOR RENT At Bethcsda. Mont. co,.
Md., a store, together with 10-roSTu
dwelling house; newly papered; situated
on the electric railway; will rent house or
store separate; good chance for a busi
ness man, who can cut meat; plenty of
stable room. For terms address AMANDA
COUNSELUAN. Bethcsda P. O.. Mont.
CO., Md. ocl5-4t-em
Aitorney-at-Law. Webster Law Build
ing, BOS D st. nw., Washington, D. C.
Residence, No. 3, Mount Vernon Flats,
cor.N. Y. ave. and 9th st. nw. el9-Imo
WAHTED-A 5 or 6 room modern not;
convenient to 14th st. car line. Ad
dress MODERN FLAT, this office. sel6-tt
RATCLIFFE. BUTTON a. CO.. Aucts.
Successors to Ralcllffe. Darr be Co.
TRUSTEES' 8ALEOF VERY V ALUABLB
HEAL ESTATE, ON NINTH STREET,
BirrwEEN C AND D STREETS NORTH
EAST. By vlrtuo of a deed of trust, duly
recorded In liber No. 1934. folio 418 et
seq., one nt the land records for Hie Dis
trict of Columbia, aud at llio request of
the pa riles secured thereby theundersigned
trustees will oKer for sale by public
uuctlou, in front of tho premises, on Sat
urday, the 19ih day or October, A. D.
1895. at 4:30 o'clock p. m., the followlns
described Real Estate, sltun'c lu the city
of Washington. District of Columbia, lo
wit All ibo'e certain pieces or parcels
of laud aud prcmii-cs known and dlstin-
f;uistted as and being parts of original
ots three. (3) four. (4) and nve 15), in
tquarc numbered nine hundre-d and thirlj
eight (93S. coiita'ned within the follow
ing metes and boindi. viz.: Beginning
for the same- at a point in (be line of
Ninth street, east, distant, forty (40)
feet south from the northwest corner of
said lot, five (5), and running thence
smith along tho line of said street, cighteeu
(18) feet; thence east one hundred and
Inches: to the east line of said lot. three
(3). thence north eighteen (IS) feet, and
thence west one hundred and fifteen (115)
feet eleven and one-hub (11 1-2) in.bej
to the plate of higiutilng. together with
the iniprovem"hU. rights, cte.
Terms of sale Oin-tMnl cash, the resi
due In two equal lnstf'jncnts at one and
two years, Willi Intvrest from ".be day of
sale at the rate of b per cent per annum,
payable semi annually, secured bv deed
or trust on the property sold. r all cash,
at the option of the purchaser. A deposit
of $200 required upon acceptance or bid.
If the terms or sale are not complied with
in flftc-e.. days frum the day or sale the
Trustees reserve the right to resell the
property at the risk and cost of the de
faulting purchaser nrter five dujs adver
tising! t or such resale in some newspaper
published In Washington, D. C.
All cauveyancing and recording at the
cost of tho purchaser.
WILLIAM A. GORDON,
RATCLIFFE, SUTTON A CO.. Auctioneers,
(successors to Ratcllf fe, Darra Co.
GCIMMODIOLS FIREPROOF APART
MENT HOI 'SE KNOWN AS THE "HAR
Formerly occupied by the United States
Census Office. Third street, near the
corner of G northwest.
of the District of Columbia, passed on the
13th day of July, 1895, In Equity Causefto.
16,048. Doe. No. 38. wherein the Anglo
American Savings and Loan Association of
New York is complainant and Harvey
Spalding, ct al.,aredefendants, theundcr
signed will orrer for sale at public auction
in frontof thepre'mlses,on Wednesday. ibe
30lhdny of October, A. I).. 1895. at 4.30
o' toe; p. in., pait or original lots 1 and
2InsqunreNo.529, In theCltj'Of Washington.
D. C, descriliesl by metes and bounds, as
fo'lowR Panel No. 1. parLs of lots No. 1
and 2, beginning for the same nn the west
line of Third street west, at a point 100
!iet north of the southeast corner of said
square and running thence north 25 feet;
lln e west 02 e-i 9 incri.,; thenee south
25 fee nnd thence east 62 feet, 9 Inches,
to the place of beginning. Parcel No. 2,
parts of lots 1 and 2, beginning for the
samo on the west line of Third street, at a
point 125 feet north of thesouthenstcori'er
of said square and running thence north
-o reel; inence west li- reet, a inches:
thence south 25 feet, and thence 62 feet,
9 Inrlies, lotheplaceof lie-giniiing.
This property will be sold as a whole
and is Iniprovcil by a Aery Inrge fire proof
npartment house, having a frontage of 50
feet on Third street west, equipped with
elevator and pWnl and all modern conven
iences for a first-class ppnrtnient house.
Terms of sale prescribed by decree: One
tblrd cash, balance in equal installments,
psvnh in one nrt two years, secured by
jhe notes of the purchaser and n deed of
trust on the property sold, with Interest at
6 per cent, per annum, or all cash, at the
opMumo tn--ii nserorpnrr'-nsprs Terms
to be compiled with within lDdaysfromdav
of Rale, or the property will be resold
at the risk and cost of the defaulting pur
chaser. All conveyancing nnd recording
nt the cost of the purchaser. A deposit of
$500 will be required at the time of the
r F. L. SIDD0NS,
W. II. SH0LE8.
Receiver, 410 5th St. nw.
FOR SALE HEAL ESTATE.
AN ACRE LOT FOR $7S
On Easy Terms can now be had at
150 feet above Washington on the Pennsyl
COMMUTATION FARE, 8 CENTS.
Schools, Stores, Church, Postoffice. etc.
Particulars at office
623 F STREET NW.
FOR SALE Two small lots, finely
located on Whitney ave. and 13th St.,
.and at 75 and 50c, respectively; $250
cash, balance monthly If desired: also a
fine lot for building, sewer, water, and gas
in street, on Hoimead ave.; $500 cah re
quired; bargain. Send for our map and
bulletin, mailed promptly. W. H. SAUN
DERS A CO., 1 107 F st.nw. oel7-2t
FOR SALE-Gre-at bargains In cboice
building lots. Brookland and South
Brookland; also a number of cottages on
easy terms. GRACE M. THOMAS. Room
100 Corcoran building. ocl7-3t
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Very fine hand made 3-4
full-leather top buggy; bargain: and
double set buggy harness. 624 K st. nw. 1
FOR SALE-Large, fine-looking car
riage horse, sound and geutle; surrey
and harness. 421 4th st.nw. oclS-3t
FOR SAJjE-Cheap, one-balf lot In
Mount Olive cemetery; section P. Ad
dress A. W., this office. oc!8-7t
FOR SALE Oak folding bed, bureau,
vvasnstand, hall rack, and two chairs;
new. 421 lth st.nw. oc!8-3t
FOR SALE- Small Job printing outfit,
cheap; all new face type, some never
used: In perfect condition. Address P. 0.
Bot lG.Takoma Park. D. C. oclS-3t
FOR SALE Horses 20 bead, driving
and working; also two trotters: any
liberal oirer will not be rerused. 923 D st.,
in the rear; oc!8-3t
FOR SALE Invalldchalr.rubberlires,
etc.; good condHion; $15. Inquire
GIG 3d St. nw. It
FOR SALE Five nearly new carpets:
Ingrain, 3-ply and Brussells; from 20
to 34 j-ardseacu. Inquire G30 E. Capitol
FOR SALE-An excellent chance; but
ter stand In Riggs market. ADAMS &
BRAWNER. 907 B st, nw. oclb-3t
FOR SALE Baltimore confectionery
store: owner lias other business. Ad-
dress "CHOCOLATE," this office. ocl8-lt
FOR SALE Large, strong, healthy
sorrel mare, harness and ramlly sur
rey. $150. 803 I st. ne. oc!7-3t-em
FOR SA.LE Cheap 5 good horses and
1 span dun ponies, very stylish and
good drivers. DAVIS' Livery Stables, 326
and 328 N. J. ave. nw. ocl7-2t-eni
FOR SALE-Large, self-feeding stove;
suitable for hall or store. Call at 30G
B st. ne. ocl7-3t-em
FOR SALE One-man Stiver's top
buggy; good as new. 42G 8th st.;
BOND CO. oclG-4t
FOR SALE-A very fine. 3-4 sltl'-bar
buggy, in excellent condition: will Re'U
cheap; also one no top buggy. 1105 11th
st. nw. ocl6-3t
FOR SALE Pair of mastiff puppies;
4 months old. Address J. C. D , this
FOR SALE Second hand furniture
store cheap: goid reason for selling.
Address FURN 1TURE. this office. ocl6 6t
$1 Down, $1 Week,
FOR ANY ORGAN
In stock. Greatly reduced prices EIs
caat lligh-top VVesvsr Organ, walnut
cao, bevel mirror, 6 stops, doable coup
lers, doablo knoo swells, with stool and
instrnctloa book; only ISO; worth (lk
F. G. SMITH. 1225 Pa. Ave
FOR SALE A small steam launch;
Heresctiotf engine and boiler; can be
seen at Rider's boat house. oc8-lf eni
WASHINGTON. D. C.
REV. B. L. WHITMAN. D. D.. President
Examination of Candidates for Admission
to Colltgc. Medical, and Dental Schools.
September 20 and 21.
College Session lieglns September 23.
Sess'on of Academy begins September 23-
Sessloii of Medical School begins Oc
Session of Dental School begins Oo
toherl. Session of Scientific School begins Oc
tober 2. ,
Session of Law School begins October 3.
Session of Graduate School begins Oo
tc.be r 4.
THE rREPAnATORY SCHOOL.
Tliorousli prvnaraf ln for tho Col
lege, fur tlin i-elentiric School, for
tbi'Ninulaiid Military Academies,
und for bindm-Hrf.
l'liHClunsicaluiid Sclent if IcCoursos.
Open to student h of both seios.
THE CORCORAN SCIENTIFIC
Forty-uevon lrofpaor and In
HtrnctorM; twenty-three fnU do-parti-ientx:
tvvelvo full coarwea of
htudy. Special Nttidentx admitted.
THE LAW SCHOOL.
Twelve profeors. Including two
Associate .lost ice of the United
States Supreme Court.
THE MEDICAL SCHOOL.
Thirty profeitHora and nsslHtants.
The course in tour yciira.
TDE DENTAL SCHOOL.
Seventeen iirofeHorn: nnuraa
fiicliltlc-tf. The course lo three
THE GRADUATE SCHOOL.
CourneH of advanced Instruction,
leudlnt: to M. A., M. S.. C.E., E. E.,
u lid l'U. D.
For catalogue descrlp'lve of the several
courses address ROBT. H. MARTIN,
TTIE LAW SCHOOL FACTULTT
REV. B. U WHITMAN. D. D . President
1 heUON. WALTER 8. COX. LL. D., Dean.
(Associate Justlco nt the Supreme Court
of the District nf Columbia.)
Professor of the Law of Real Estate, of
Contracts, and of Commercial Paper.
The HON. JOHN M HARLAN. LU D
(Associate Justice if the i-upreme Court
or the United States,)
Professor of the Constitutional JarlspniT
dence of the United States, of tho Law
of Domestic Relations, of Per
sonal Property and of Torts.
The Hon. WILLIAM A. MAURY. LL. D,
I borne t imo AssIstaLt Attorney-General of
the United States.)
Professorof Equitv Jurisprudence, of Com
mon Law and Equity Pleading, and of
the Law of Evidence, and tho
Jurisdiction and Practice of
the U. S. Courts.
The Hon. DAVID J. BREWER. LL. D
(Associate Justlco nf the Supreme Court
of the United States,)
Professor of the Law of Corporations.
Pror. G. U. EMMOTT, LL. M
(of (he Johns Hopkins University.)
Lecturer on the Civil Law.
HENRY E. DAVIS. LL. M..
(Bometlme Assistant Attorney of the Dis
trict of Columbia.)
Lecturer on the History of Law.
WILLIAM F. MATTINGLY".EsCl,
(of the Wasnlugton Bar.)
Lecturer on Practical Commercial Law
The Hon. ANDREW C. BRADLEY.
(Associate Justice df the Supreme Court
or Ibe District or Columb'a.)
Lecturer on Criminal Law and nn Criminal
Pleading and Practice.
The non. BENJAMIN BUTTERWORTH.
(Sometime United States Commissioner of
Professor of the Law of Patents.
WILLIAM O.JOHNSON, LL.M,
(or the Washington Bar.)
Professor of Legal Catecnctics, CoromoD.
Law Practice, and Judge of the
COURT OF APPEALS.
W1LLIAAI F. MATT1NGLY,
HENRY E. DAVIS. CHARLES W.NEED
HAM, Associate Justices.
ROBERT H. MARTIN.
Secretary and Treasurer.
Washington School of Expression,
iiETZEUOTT 3IUSIO HAUU
Voice a specialtT. oratorr, recitin.?, phjlcal
cnltur Ihorouph short course ror btuj
peuplt, $KX Jfone but natural xnelbods taught.
iay aud evening classes.
WJL E. ilOWUEK. Principal
NATIONAL Acnttfiny or Fine Arls
slructlon for artists, teachers, di-corators,
itiuiliftiupu iltiiefrnliirn tinrunfc anil hllirsn
UUVIillclOf jiiuoi fcts4j 4w vmu iftku &-im -
In ever branch of art. Portraits to
order In every style, from $10 to $3,000
Old or lnmrcd pictures cleaned, varnished,
restored. In the most skillful manner. 502
E st, nw. 22 tf
BUTCnLNS BUILDING. 10TH AND D
STS. N. W.
We teach electricity In science and ap
plication. Applied mechanics. Mechanical
draughting and designing. Full labora
tory and practical shop courses. Latest
and best methods- Not the "only school
In the world." but the best in Washington
Opens October 2. Call at the office for
full particulars, or address the principal,
GEORGE EDW. DUNTON.
LADY bTLDENTSj ADMITTED
Mount Vernon Seminary
CORNER M A?sD ELEVENTH STREETa,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
A SELECT RESIDENCE AND DAY
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES
AND LITTLE GIRLS.
Twenty-first year opens TLESDAY, Oc
tober first Large and irtlractlvc build
ings, thoroughly equlpied with every re
quisite of a renned borne and a progres
Applications for admission of pupils to
the day school may be madeaf lerScptember
fifteenth, between the hours of ten and one
o'clock each niorniiig
MRS ELIZABETH J SOMERS.
Education Below Cost
For young men, in 12 branches of study;
every one a bread-winner, evening fsitms
only at the Young .Men's Christian Associa
tion llusiness School. 2d Iloor, Leomaiibui'd
Inc. T423 New York ave. nw. Call for full
pa leulnrs. Re25-lm.
Classes begiuOcc 1; English branches.
Business classes. Elocution.. Journalism.
<cratnre. Dancing, Delsarte, French and
ADA L. SMITH, Siipt- EclO-tt
Now open for there-eptloaof staleati
Prof. Charles E. Monroe. Ph. D.
VVIIIIam R. Smith. Sunt. Botanical
Garden, U.S. A
Nancy D. Richards. M. D. .
John F. Green, Inst.
For further Information apply at residence,
Maplo Square, a Ct Ave. andtth St. S G.
LOST October 15, 1895, a nice stone,
cnainond horseshoe ring, between 1010
1st st. se., and W. A. C. club house S
Capitol and O st. sw.; liberal reward If
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Best make of Incubators,
brooders and fresh green bone; call
and see the Incubators In working order.
Schmld's Bird nnd Pet Animal Stores, 712
12th st. nw. and 1221 Pa. ave.
PTJT YOUR AD.
IN" TWO EDITIONS
FOR THE PRICE OF ONE,
PROPOSAL8 TOR SUPPLIES FOR THE
NAVY YARD AND NAVAL OBSERV
ATORY, WASHINGTON, D. C.
October 5, 1&95. Sealesl proposals, en
dorsed "Proposal for Supplies for las
Navy Yard and Naval Observatory, Wash
ington. D. C, lo lie opened October 22.
Ie95." wl'l be received at the Bureau oi
Supplies and Accounts, Navy Department,
Washington, D. C, until 12 o'clock noon.
OUolrr 22, lblto. and publicly opened im
mediately tfcerenfier, to rurnisb at ths
Navy Yard, Washington, D. C, a quantity
of brans rod. bristles, parrarrine od, forc
ings, and castings, and at the Naval Ob
servatory, Washington, D. C. ten three
arm protractors. The articles must con
form (o the Navy standard and pass the
usual naval inspection. Blank proposals
will be furnished upon application to the
Navy Yard, Washington, D. C. The at
tention of manufacturers and dealers Is
invited. Tie bids, ail other things belnp
equal, decided by lot. The Department re
serves the right to waive defects or to re
ject any or all bids not deemed advanta
geous to the Government. EDWIN STEW
ART, Paymaster General, U. S. N.
cell 14 17 20 23 26
PBOPOSALS for rooHng materials
Olfieo Public P-iildlngs and Grounds,
War Department, Washington, D. C Sep
tember 2J, 1895. Sealed proposals. In
dupllcite. will be received here until 3
p m MONDAY, October 21, 1895, for fur
nishing and delivering materials for a tin
roof and copper gutter and cornice for ths
new building under construction at ins
Government Priatlng Office. Specifica
tions, forms for proposals, and all reces
sary information can be obtained here or
at No. 29 H street northwest. Rigct Is
reserved to reject any and all proposals.
JOHN M. WIL-JON. ColrEngrs.
TO "11 whom It may concern. There
will be a meeting of all Master Shoe
makers at King's Hail, G21 La. ave. nw
on Monday, October 28, 189 3. at 2
o'clock p. ni. The object of the meeting
Is to devise some means whereby th
shoemakers of the District of Columbia
may have a lietter understanding or tie
prevailing condition of the trade and lead
to an organization to be a social, as well
as business co-operation.
Ocl8-3t Brookland. D. C.
NOTICE AH persons are cautioned
against trusting orcredlting any member
of my faiudy on my account, as 1 will
pay no bills contracted by them. A. L.
PHILLIPS, 1351 U St. nw. Washington,
D. C. Oct. 14. 1895. ocIB-lt
TO Hie Bondiioiders and Stockholders of
the Washington and Georgetown Railroad
Conipauy aud the Stockholders of tho
Rock Creek Railway Company, of the
District of Columbia
Notico is hereby given that the Capital
TractiocComrianvl3 now ready toexchange,
according to the terms of the contract bo-
tween the Rock Creek Railway Company of
the Distnc-t of Columbia and the Washington
and Georgetown Railroad Company, its
stock f or t-.e bondsissued by the Washington
and Georgetown Railroad Company. The
holders of such bonds are requested to send
them tcthe undtrsigned for such exchange
on or before the 1 0th of Octobernext The
failure to sarenderanysccb bonds, for such
exchange, on or before the 1st of November
neitwillbe held tol-circrusaltosoex change
such bonds for stock. Interest on the bonds
surrendered wdl be paid up to the 21st
day of September, 1895, on al bonds
surrendered on or before the 1st day of
The holders of Steele of the Rock Creek
RaUway Company of theDistrictorCo!iimbla
and tho Washington and Georgetown Kail
road Company are also requested to
promptly send in their stock for exchange,
according to the terms of the contract afore
said. C. U. KOONES.
Secretary and Treasurer of the Capitol
Se27-sc27 oct 2 4 9 11 16 18 23 25 27 and
A bonlfide constable of the District
wishes to purchase one-half or entire
real estate business; one with good rem
list preferred; will pay cash. If suited.
Addr-s-s CONSTABLE, this office. ocl8-3t
WANTED-A ladyora gentleman, with,
means to enlarge business; a flrsi
class location. Addres3 C. D., this office.
FORMULA for mak'ng wax flowers,
fruits, nuts and vegetables mailed for
SI. MAGUIEE & CO., 109 Locust st,
In good property, or In sound business
ventures? We caanutyouon the right t ra ck.
Or do 1 ou vrant to borrow money? We can
get It for you, against good security. We
have many sound investments on oar books.
T. 0 ANDERSON A CO.,
Real Estate and Business Exchange, 907
FOR SALE Grocery: cheap for cash!
cash trade; other business. 445 New
Y'ork ave. oclu-4t
jr. F. ABEL, expert mecnaniclan. d.is
established a shop and Installed lm
provcel machinery at b3G G st. nw.; be is
prepared to design and construct ex
pcrunental machinery or high grade, to
make models for Inventors and patterns
for castings: he has a large experience in
those specialties: satisfaction guaranteed.
WRITE for latest pamphlet on Crip
ple Creek .gold mining stocks and
weekly quotations of stork market. Sent
free on application to J. P. KANE A CO..
Colorado springs. Colo ocl-20t
FOR SALE DOUSES.
FOR SALE Excellent 8r. brick: all
m. I.; in tne best location n: near
cable cars: lot 38x117; very easy terms;
or will exehange for farm, R. J. MAR
SHALL. 511 11th st. nw. oc.18 3t
A BARGAIN A large store and
dwelling; 7 rooms and bath; large
storeroom and cellar: richly papered; will
guarantee a goodteuautfor$40 per month;
will trade equity for a small house: this
Is a good chance Address M- 1025 7th
St. ne oc!8-3t
FOR SALE 1135 8th st. nw.,0-room
frame; 20X90 toalley:price.$4,600.50.
Apply toowner.G.J.GODDAKD. It-em
FOR SALE-A G-room house bet.
Ot.'i and ith st-, on L st. nw., $4,500;
Six-room house on Fentonst. ne.. $1,000;
rent $15sermonth. GRACE M.THOMAS.
Room 100 Corcoran butldiog. oc!7-3t
FOR SALE In most desirable seo
tion 01 capitol Hill a llttleigem of a
home, baff brick and stone from; 7 rros.,
reception hall. bath, large cellar, furnace
heat, beautirally papered throughout, wld
parking, this is a new bouse: never been
occupied, and Is offered for only $4,500;
terms to suit. Apply to COLLLNS & GAD
DIS, 511 lllh st. nw. ocl3-7t
FOR SALE No reasonable offer re
fused for one or more 0-room, b. w.,
a. m. i , brick houses, cellars and stables;
near cable cars northeast, worth $3,000.
W. J. FRIZZELL. 509 7th St. nw.. ofticn
Am. IliL Ass'n. oclO-tf
POSSIBLE BOOM RENTERS
HEAD THE TIMES.
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