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THE MOIIXrR TIMES. TIIUKBDA.Y XOVE5EBER 7, 1805.
THE TIMES' 34,000 SURETY SMALL ADS.
REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW gENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS.
WR tin- iincTersIgned this ilay lia vi- rnrrord
a copartnership lo carry on Hie busi
ness or nJur-jOmc aud sas-fuuug at No.
414 Sixth street northwist.
THOS. If. CREIGHTON.
11. G. 1'OXD.
Novcmbct; 4. laOo. nccc-l-cm
WAKTED-y1 man Tor outside
work. Apply 177 l'a. ave,. -d floor.
TVAKTEC-A bread and cake baker,
only inosp, who can do first-class
work need apply. -".ill at once-, 101 Har-
nsu fit., Anaeostla. It
WAKTED-AI once, a first-class wln
uira oiesoer: salary no object. Apply
to -S. KANN, SONS 4 CO., fcth and Mar
ket Space. no7-2t
WANTED-A boy In a slioe store:
.j,ii -iu.il!, but a Rood opportunity
to learn the business; ruust live southeast.
Address HHOES. Jlus oflice. It
TVAHTED-A gentleman not afraid
i hum and wining to devote 9 liours
daily to Uisimss; muti t.e pi pared to le
gin at nice; salary Slh a week. Apply
to-.l.iv after 10:30 to MANAGER, Kooius
A ali'd H, 1000 F iLinr.
WANTED-Wliile hutler for private
1ii.iruuu school; refs. C14 lath fit.
TTAN'rBD " Competent liead cook;
nriug ifi-.. C14 lain et. mr. It
TVANTED IiMlustri.il Insurance
Agems; salary paid. Apply 1311 F
slnw. e -und floor. It
WANTED-' young colored man who
Knows now to wasu awl to stop seal
beer u illi-s, and alio to do general work.
Apply at 1H17 llth st.nw. no7-2t
WAKTED-l'i"E while man, 18 or
i if .t fti -. ui make innisel r usef ul around
pool room. Address 931 La. ave. 11
"Tr a T,',t.,T, A 1ii.m,n' mu.l uor-
fT JL11 IJDil '-H .-..-.;. ..., w , ,....
iii Jin-.. i silion is now uc.iiit with
rriiable liouse; must lie thoroughly ac
quainted with city. Call alter a, Room
vyA.NTED-An energetic promotor for
iiuixirtant invention. INVENTOR, tills
WATJTED-A minister for A'irginla
colon) fERGUSON. 417 G St. nw.
WANTSD-ltoya to feed printing
presses, inut lie experienc-eel; mis even-
ing UhWiOKTlI, (ill 1". lt,tm
W ANTES" rir--l-ilass coat makers to
work inside or oJt; uHu bushelman.
J i. Vicih m'o A CO.. 0th amlO sts.nw. If
WAKTliD-A tlrst-class clothing nk-s-ii-an
must nave-good rele-rence. Inquire
610 I" st. nw. ,uo 4-3tcm
WANTED I'irst-class Gennan cooks,
. . ... , .iti nurse- aim chambei-
in.u.1 Jus-Ei-lllNE VIL'KERS, 929 Htli
st nw lt
WAKTED-Cli.imbennaid willing to
".,-.i niui wasatng; refs. 614 13lhst.
WAKTED-Cwt for general work;
. . .....-: family of two; 5-15; refs.
Gil l.ith at nw. It
ffAKTED-A good lailoress on coats.
.-.,,.. jIOPLKOR, 1003 E St. nw.
WANTED-Experienced collar and
cuir toner for laundry. Address Box
12, thii office. no3-2tem
SI I I'ATION WASTDD-MALE.
W AKTED-Hy a young wliitcman,em-
-ojnieiti of any kind, would like wirk
In a s cic; relercnce. Address J08EPII,
tins ortlee. lt
WAKTED By joting white man. place
in groc-Tj Flore cs cUrk cr driver of
a liihxcri wi-gon; had two years' esperl--r.ie
iau iiuiiiih Ltsi cl rcierecce. Ad
dress II J. 11 ,Jlil oilice. It
Vi'ANTEB-Hy a ;onng man. freaks
1 renea, iiermatu aiid L.uglisn; nndcr
ta .u, .i!l aboal cootiisr awi waiting oa
table, a I'oviiion In a private family or
rJ.iti. rirNl-'lass rers. Address A. il.,
thi-, office. It
"WANTED Yimng Gennan, 18 years
mi. n teiic-any kiwi of work. BRt"N0 '
FIotlIEK, 510 Cth st. ik.-. It
xv a TT-Yn Young man. exnerienced
in grocery and meet business, 'would J
lite a icsitioii. redress ii. w. A., si
1. .-l ii w. iioo-iri-eui
WANTEB-riaci' as driver of Oeliv-
-ry wagon; white; references; 224
Bth sw. no6-2t-em
w ANTED-l'Uloii as bookkeeper
or i i-eu riier, by a curg lady wit 1 1 ix-
peneiiie Address TII'E, this olfice.
V AKTED A liosition as cuacimian or
si-euiki fi.mil In a private family. Ad-dr.-a-
l.itilL-'Mi. 72 .ew Jersey ave. nw.
WAKTED-I'Ijw in family as luitlcr
ir geiiei.il housework, tiy joung white
nuu Address H. V., this olilcc.
WAIITEQ Free! Free! Free! Me
iniiiiu .'1 any klud farntvbpd by ns;
aN" e li.ue a few men suitable Tor
dr vi l; a le.mi or something similar;
bM or n is. furmsiied. WORKIXUMEN'd
LililJAKY AN1 liUKEAU OF LAHOU.
1-1 i:H '300 13l!ist.nw. M. D.SHENK,
WANTED -By a man a position as
timer oi lirlUery wagon or to help
around slop-; can rurnlsh good ref. Ad-dro-
If- M., lid's offlce. no4-3tcm
VANTED-Uy white boy, 13, plai-e to
do errands for board while attending
K-ho.il. 8. T. X.. this office. n2-7tciu
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMA I,E.
WAKTED-By a respectable white
woman piuce In private family. Call
433 X st. nw.. third floor. It
WANTED By a reliable (col.) woman
place a cook. 11119 K si. nw. It
WANTED-Hy a dressmaker, a few
more engagements In families by Hie
lay or week. No. 47G II st. sw. It
WANTED-A position by a lady sten
ographer and typewriter. Address
BUSINESS, this office. no7-3t
WANTED Washing to do at home;
relerences. Address 1C04 4th M.
WANTED-riacc as cook or chamber
maid, no washing orironing, by 3ouug
colon-tl girl. Address 2G15 Vn. ave. nw.
WANTED-A situation by a competent
wom.iii, as cook or chambermaid In
private family; best of city leferenee. Ad
dress 415 I st. nw. lt-em
WANTED-A wataiul pleasant young
nomaii, inexperienced, but willing to
learn, wishes employment of some kind, not
very heavy. Please call 440 8 st. nw.
WANTED-An experienced obstetrical
nurse desires position; also been em
ployed for three seasons among crippled
and invalid tnildreu; neat and cheerful;
would travel. Address Mrs. HALE. 1710
13th st. nw. .- lt.em
WANTED-By a yonng lady, sewing
pestref. 022 Mass. ave. nw. no0-3t-em
"WANTED To do general nonsework
in small lamlly and cooking. Box 14,
this office, noC-lt-cm
WANTED-BJ a respectable colored
girl, place as nurse; cood rrts. 1743
Oregon ave. 0uv6-3t
WANTED-Pli as housekeeper for
gentleman; widower preferred, by
widow out of work. Address Mrs. WHITE,
401 ItU st, ne. noti-3t
WANTED-Place to cook, wash and
iron. Address 1745 K st. nw. no(i-2t
WANTED-Washing and ironing done
at home, or will go out. Address 823
8d st.sw. noC-2t-em
WANTED-Place to wash and-iron?
Address 1743 Oregon ave. nw.no 4-3tem
TABLE BOARDERS cdunminist
class lood and service ut the Dumars
House. 128 A st. ne. noG-2t
GOOD board for two gentlemen; private
lamily; moderate terms. 224 13 1-2 st
"WANTED "POSTAGE STAMPS.
WANTED State Department stamps
I pay S50.G0 each for SG State,
13.75 each for 7c. and 80c; navy and high
est prices for Executive, Justice, and other
department stamps, used or unused; in any
quantity; also for collections of U. S. and
foreign stamps: If yoa have any for sale
bring or send all to the old reliable dealer
and collector. C. F. R0THFUCHS. 300 1-2
Penn. ave.. Washington, D. C (Cut this
out for reference.) no4-tf
WANTED-A11 kinds ot old U. S.post-.
age stamps; Department stamps es
pecially desired; highest prices paid. H. F.
DUNICUOEST. 1005 7th at. 1VT. noi-7t
IN -THE Supreme Court of the District
ol Cuiuiunla The Gtlioay of Novemlier,
1805. Allnrla ScotL v. Geo. T. 8cott; No.
1C.85G, Equity docket 3!!. On motion ot
the il.iiit.ir, by .Mrs. Uclva, A. Lockwood.
her solicitor, it is ordired that the de
fendant, George T.. Kiort, cause Ins ap
jiearance lo becilleiul tiereni on or berore
jhe Iirst rule-diy occurring forty days inter
this day; otherwise the cause will In pro
If ceded Willi 'as In cabt- of default. "The
object of mis 'suit is-an nlboluie divorce
on the ground or tle-ertlon. By ihe court,
r E. i:..lilNUHAM. iL'UU-C Justice, Ac.
True com-. Test:
" " AKTl. TOISCO, Clerk. Ac,
By M. A. CLANCEY, Absisiant Clerk.
NO. G350, DOCKET SO- In the
Supreme Court oi me liisirnt or Co
lumbia, holding a special term for Orphans'
Court business. November 1, 18!3. In
the case or Henry JA lUuer, executor under
Hie will ot George liauer. deceased, the
executor aforesaid, has, with the approval
or the lourt, apiKilnted Friday, me cth
day of Ui-cember, A. D. 181(5, at 10
o'clock av m. lor making payment and
distribution unler the court's direction
and control; when and where all creditors
and persons entitled to distributive shares
(or legacies) or a residue, are hereby tiotl
lied lo at lend In person or by aj,ent or
attorney iluly authorized, with their claims
ncalim Hie estate proiierly vouched; other
wise the executor will lalie the benefit of
the law against them: I'rovided, a copy
or tills order be published once a week lor
three weeks In the "Washington Eav
Reporter" and "Washington Times" pre
vious to the said day.
Test: J. N0TA McGILL.
LEON T0BINER, Register or Wills
l'roctor for the District
OFFICE of the Collector ot Taxes. Dis
trict ot Columbia, Washington, October
23. 18S5. Taxpayers of the District will
take. notice ttiacthe.jindcrsiEtied lias re
ceived the statement of assessment of tho
.taxes for the District of Columbia for the
rear erding Juue30, 189G, and will lie
ready to reciivi- payment of taxes at tills
office from and after the first day of
November. 1803. One-half of said tax
is due November 1. 18113, and the other
oallJUay 1, ISiiG.
"'0trsris'n'-ncli-t)f' the first half or said
taxes due Nciycniber 1. 1803, as shall not
Tie ualddunug said month a penalty of one
(II per cent, will be added on the first
day or each succeeding month thereafter
until the same. Is paid, cr otherwise pro
ceeded witiiias the law directs.
The law imposes -a like icnalty for non
payment of second half, due May 1, 180G,
if not paid within sail month of ilay.
E. G. DAVIS,
Collectorof Taxes, D.C
OFFICE "of the assessor. District of
Columbia, October 31. 1805 Notice Is
hereby given that on the 31st day of
OCTOBER, 1803. will expire all licenses
given by -the District of Columbia to
AiHitheearies, Auctioneers. Banks and Bank
ers. Brokers, Commission Menhants. Claim
Agents. Cattle Brokers, Dealers in Ii
Jlerchandlso BiH Fosters. Dealers in Junk
andSeconil-haad I'er-on.ilProperty. Dealers
in Old Barrels. Insurance Conjp.mirs, In-s-irance
Agents, Manufacturers or Ihuml
uatingGas.FroprietorsotB.irrooms.IHUiard. Bagatelle, and Jenny Lind Tables, Howling
Allevs, and Hhuffle Biards, Hotels. IJvery
Stables. Intelligence Ofrlec-, IlesUiuranU
and lilting Houses, Real ltate Agents,
'Wholesale Liquor Dealers, l'roprh tors of
Theaters, 4c. All persons engaged In the
above described business, trades, or pro
fessions, must iironaptly renew the same
m accordance with law By order ot the
Commissi, .ners D .ii. MATTHEW Tl tl M BLE,
Assessor' D. C. noOtdcsB
WANTED A 5or Gro-tmrnodernflat:
romcnieiu to 14th st. car line. Ad-
dre-s MODERN FLAT, this office. sel6-tf
WANTED To rent: nice unfur. front
. room tor bedroom; state price. F. P.,
this office. It
WANTED By young married couple;
or 3 unfurnished rooms in nice, private-
family. Address CARL, this office,
and stat lowest terms. nofi-2t
GO CENTS down; what is home with
out them, see personals. It
.T- -r. swnnT is permanently located
f ut sm-Morida nve. nw.; orders for all
earp"t work, etc.. Will receive prompt
-attention; mattress making and upholster
ing done at short notice; prices reasonable.
WANTED-A National cash register;
one witii three' divisions; must be
cheap Address REGISTER, this office.
LACE Curtins laundered at 35c. a
pair, mall nrder3 promptly attended to.
No. 25 F st. nw It
HATS Trimmed or retrlmmed; Pa
risian style; 50 cents. G23 E st.
nw , upstairs. no7-Gt
MAN with $1,000 wants to Invest in a
paiug UUSIOCSS. A. U C., LOIS oii.ee.
FIRST-CIiASS caterer, at 21 11 N st,
nw.. ineai-se-rvedby the weckormonth;
terms reasonable. no5-3t
SIR- BEN 3VtA.ItSLIN has re-
movesl iiu J.uloriiig establishment to
00S 10th st. nw., between I and K.
.TTIST RECEIVED rine lot young Ra
in tl parrots, guaranteed to talk: also
nimikeys. canaries, mocking birds, cold
fi-li. dogs, mid fac-y pigeons SCHMID'8,
712 !2th st, nw . branch 1221 Pa. avo.
GTJNS. Rules. Revolvers, loading tools.
Hunters outfits, watches, Jewelry,
guitars, violins, banjos, mandolins, ut about
one-p.ilf ttgniar ih-alers nricca at PAWN
BH01. No. loot) 1- ft. nw. ocl-C:no
50 CENTS down; what is home with-
out tlicm; see personals. It
WANTED-To rent 2 or 3 rooms in
good location, suitable fordoirg small
dairy luii-li busli,essr must Ie cheap rent,
Answi-r IMMEDIATELY, this office.
WANTED-By physician, l.orse and
b-iggy; cheap and on easy installments;
or will keep horse during -winter. Address
PH YSICIAN, this office. noG-It-e-m
WANTED-Second-hand cash regis
ter: total adder for cash; cheap. Ad
dress 8. B-. this office. It
PIANOS-Expert tuning and repair
ing; 30 years of experience. Address
VICTOR BECKER, 1408 10th st- nw..
personally and by postal. Prompt atten
tion. - noG-7t
WALL PAPERS This timeof year
the Mores charge more for work, but
wiih me you wiUfiud one price, and that the
222 13th St. sw. noG-Gt
WANTED-Apprentices to learn Tay
- lorsystcmot dress cutting-whole course,
including skirts, $1G. TAYLOR, 1221
N. Y. ave. nw. novG-4t
WANTED To cxchaDge horse and
buggy for lunch room fixtures. 730
litn St., basement. it,em
WANTED-Girls to he Beir-supportlDg;
married ladles to lessen dressmaking
Mils b7 learning to cut by Merchant Tailor
Square: particulars at school. 718 12th
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS TREK.
ADd cbarc only for palntlnz: warkfuarantail
NAT- RCBBEK ROOF TALNT CO.. Ittt3 8th UW
FOR SALE -MISCELLANEOUS.
FOH SALE Jules Jurgenson watch at
auction Saturday. 1001 Penn. nve,
FOR SALE Dining and lunch room,
on business thoroughfare; fixtures al
most new; rent reasonable. H. G.. this
FOE SALE- Antique watches, Jewelry,
.coruis. --.ii Pa. nve. nw. no7-2t
FOH SALE Tho furniture of a tea
room boarding-house; bargain if sold
at once. Address O. A. R-, this office. It
ORGANS. SSfS UP.
SX DOWN. SX "WEEK.
51 down and 51 week for any
organ in stock. Greatly reduced
prices. Organs from 525 up. TJest
F. G. SMITH:. Ig2fi Pa. are, nw.
FOR SALE-A small steam launch:
Ueresenoff engiuc nnd boiler; can be
Feen at ituier-a ooa. nousc. oc-u-em
FOR SALE SPBURH.VN.
FOR SALE 50. acre farm; all under
fence; 10,ucTes cleared; new buildings;
good "water; 'fruit; price, 51,000. Ad
dress E. KFJJNEDY, Herndon, Va.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
Large room ana small uutu.room, rur.
complete; cooking utensils, dislics, gas.
he.it. bath, hot water, sewing machine; $12
per, month. 810 Gth st. sw . It
FOR RENT At 722 7th St. nw., two
Urs-e uiiruniishcfi communicating
rooms, suitable for light housekeeping;
water and gas. It
FOR RENT G45 2d st. ne, 2 commun
icating rooms; "large alcove in front
room; furnished or uniuriiUlied; lor light
housekeeping; rent moderate. no7-lt
FOR RENT Three large unrurnished
rooms; line of cable cars; suitable for
housekeeping for couple. Apply on prem
ises, se. cor. 2-Jth ana 41 fits. It
FOR RENT3 Unfur. rooms; 'se.;
catholics preferred. Address ROOMS,
1006 1 St. se.: call before -Saturday. It
FOR RENT Large, comfortable fur.
rooms in private family; with or with
out board; reasonable. 1111 10th St. nw.
FOR RENT Pur; with board; rooms
ou 2a ami 3d floor; refs. given If re
qulrvd. 1725-23 G bt. uw. no7-3t
FOR RENT 51.50 and $2 per week;
newly lurutshcd rooms; gas;heat; lutli;
private family. 00 II st. nw. lt
FOR RENT Furnished and unfur-
utsnea room; rent reasonable; at 148
C st. uc. It
FOR RENT Three rooinsniifiirnished.
b k si.nw.; refs.'excliaiigeil. no7-3t
FOR RENT Three unfurnishc-d rooms
on -o uoor, with was and bath; boutli-
ern exposure. 937 L st. iiw. It
FOR RENT Two handsomely fur
nislieo coiiiiiiunicallug rooms; private
family. 722 llth st. nw. iio7-7t
FOR RENT Two elegantly fur. rooms,
including hath, gas; in fact, all mod.
imps.; 510. 1439 C st. sw. nG-3t,em
FOR RENT 2 unfur. rooms on 2d floor;
water on same; one large, one- small;
two would rent U a month to a suitable
party. 1917 lull st. nw. lt.em
FOR RENT Two nice. Iargt unfur-
nishcM rooms, front and back, with lii'jt,
fas and lutli; light housekeeping permitted;
13 per mouth. 223 R st.,- EckUigton.
FOR RENT 400 Q St. nw., two nicely
lurnisiieu rooms, onsecond floonsullablc
for light housekeeping; silver, table Itcen
and iiLihes furnished; $1 5 per month, in ad
FOR RENT 2817 Q bt., 1 prettily far-
nisheu, or 2 unfurnished roomi,ou second
floor; comenlent to bath; private family;
moderate rent; references. i.G-2t
FOR RENT 2 pleasant communicating
rooms on 2d floor, with heat and gas:
in quiet family; Belt Line cars pass near
door; 7lh btreet cable cars 2 blocks; gen
tlemen preferred. 1518 5th st. nw.
FOR RENT Ceutrally located, large
and small rooms. 720 10th st. nw.;
reasonable terms. noG-Gt
FOR REN1 In private family, large
I rout room on second floor; fumi-hed
as bed and silting room-- suit one or two
gentlemen, also other nice room; fur
nace heat. 728 9th St. nw. noC-3t
FOR RENT Large, attractive l-d
rooms; uandsomely itirnishedor liutur.;
low rental; new house; cars handy: private
fain. 1810 S st. nw. noG-2t
FOR RENT Four commodious rooms.
entire tecond floor of 1806 7th St. nw.;
rent. $12 per month; key In store below.
OWNER, 1G22 Cth st. nw-. noGjSt
FOR RENT Unfurnished parlor and
one back L-Ltstory room, suitable forlight
housekx-iuns. -117Ncwyorkave. nob-2t
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms near
car lines. 71 Defrees st. nw. noG-3t
FOR RENT A large nicely fur. front
room, with ess and heat and use of
bath; private family; $10 per month. 47G
O st. nw. no5-3t-em
FOR RENT G13-N. J. ave. nw. two
single for. rooms for gentltmcu: $1
per weefc. no5-3t-em
FOR RENT Two nicely fur. rooms,
d floor; beat, gas and bath, for 15:
board If desired; ret. 121 G St. nw.
FOR "RENT English basement; large
dining room;, heated by steam; rent low.
208 F st- nw. no-5-3t-em
FOR RENT-3 rooms, furnished, with
heal and light, on third floor; private
bath: 530 per month. 1113N st. nw. Also
two large parlors, 545 per month, with
heat and light. no5-3t
FOR RENT 1 large front room, sec
ond lloor. unfurnished. 1012 101b St.,
bet. K and Mass. ave. nw. no5-7t
FOR RENT Furnished or partly fur
mshed rooms for light housekeepit
modem improvements. 043 T nw. no5-3l
FOR RENT 3 unfur. rooms. 2d floor.
hut and cold water; bath and yard;
woodshed; only 510.00. No. Gl I' ft. nw.
FOR RENT at 2111 N St., 3 rooms:
furnished or unfurnished; single- nr en
suite; all modern improvements; terms rea
FOR RENT Unfurnished, 1311 llth
si. nw ., 4 lov ely rooms, parlor, chamber,
dinlnc-room and kitchen: rented singly or
en suite. noo-5t
FOR RENT 1S18 F St. nw.. "l large
2d-siory room, also large hall room;
good board; near herdlcs jnd cars. no5-3t
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished
from and back rooms; 2d f loor.a. m. L;
board if desired; housekeeping allowed. G15
I st. ne. no3-7t
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
50 CENTS down; what is home wlth
out them; see personals. It
FOR SALE Oyster house, at No.1017
New iork ave. nw., doing good busi
ness; reason for selling, olhcr business;
open from 8 a. m. until 1 2 p. m. COLLINS
FOR SALE Silverware, auction sale,
for lames; uaily; 1001 Pa. ave. nw. -no7-3t
FOR SALE-Stock of a corner gro
cery in southeast for sale cheap.
1001 New Jcrse. ave. se. no73t
FOR SALE Drug store: elegant fix
tures; modern conveniences; good stock;
best location on best growing street in n w.:
doing good paying business. Address OP
P0RTUN1TY, this office. noU-2t-em
FOR SALE-Casliler's desk at S.
1- ISIIM AN & SON, 430 7th st. nw.
FOR S ALE Young, gentle horse nnd
dayton; suitable for family use; 1346
B stjne. 1
FOR SALE Large featherbed: Just
from the country. Inquire of MRS.
CONNOR, 1100 8thst.uw. noG.2t,eui
FOR SALE Good horse and wagon,
o0; also good bicycle, pneumatic tire,
$30; no use for cither. 722 Whitney ave.
FOR SALE A delivery wagon, horso
and. harness, 575- 510 cash, balance
D nn. mr.nf K Coll J1 . 11(lit TO nnft-Qt-
FOR SALE Cigar, tolsicco nnd lunch
room; cneap u suici in o uays. cnu or
address 138G Water st. sw. no5-5t
FOR SALE 2 pool tables. Address
(1. R., this office. novB-3t
TOR SALE Cheap, one sound work
norse. iaii j.reeuoub ouice.
FOR S ALE Show cases, watches and
Jewelry; hilt price. 231 Pa. ave.
FOR SALE At a sacrifice, a 5750
upright steinway piano at 456 M St.
FOR SALE Best make ot Incubators,
brooders and fresh green bone; call
and seo the incubators in working order.
Bchmld's Bird and Pet Animal Stores, 714
FOR SAIE STORES.
FOR SALE Grocery doing good busi
ness in nw. For particulars call at
244 1st st. nw. It
FOR SALE Cheap Grocery and meat
store, doing good business; good chance
for live man; answer quick. E. F., this
office. t It
FOR RENT FLATS.
FOR RENT 818 M st. nw., flat of 4
rooms; house modern; convenient for
light housekeeping; rooms In good order;
neat and clean; large parlor for doctor or
EXCLUSIVE territory given for the
-sate of bee hive. Tat. June 24, '841
Oct. 1, '85; highest awards, l'a., Cal.
and elsewhere; best In tho market; over
v,uou rcici; siuhu capital ncccicu. can
HORaES"hPPel by electric power tat
iZTXrb. PENNELL, 003 O t. nw.
HALEE. the IdnB of clairvo ants and
euro ri-noerii, lusulrsl appearance this
side or the Atlantic, hus tome to l.clp each
and every "one wlio-calls; none In trouble
will be- turned away without being bellied
and maae hpp ;-e-mo-na be cc ia.uci u or
his wonderful powers; gives jou auvlce
regarding anything ybli want io itui, tells
vou your tr'eiids aim; enemies; gives jou
cood luck inc. iifiJkarge; bungs the
senaraled tqgeihrriKfnses nieeu mar
ri leges hum ite .
humbug; no n ii(;'J.I
one come all, mu llttl
tell Jhem of HALiE
Ui Jove; 1 e is no
:ct ii..ti a , ccme
your intra - and
iiki ills Qcnctrrul
litgether to make;.
zinu Co cood fori
nowe-rs: I'm not hi
mon-y, .iiui.otMT.- '
Hie ih-onle here:
', -. . tr
jhero end tuiuul Jo
mr i.rict- Is very '
sine- nt. 0G II St.
low-, only the pull1
ttuil of &Lc: ctv in
'Jjti. m. to 9 p m.;
closed on sumiajv
B - It
GO CENTS KW5liew ire-dlt system;
laiv e-jriaiiis. purlleres, rugs, table
linen, blankets, quilts'- table and piano
eovers. cnina dinner and toilet bets, silver
plated ware, banqacl lamps, onyx tallies,
clocks, window thaUes. hl'-uins. etc . fceiid
postal. Will brine samples. NORTHEAST
CREDIT HOUSE, 1210 II St. ne. Open
till p. m, .. lt
PROF. TRUE. 7U F st.sw Truth-
ful, reliable meitlum. Successful In all
branches or work. lVtn be consulted on all
mailers pertaluii'g to love, marriage, di
vorce, sickness aud disease, will-, deeds,
lost names, papers. Cnn break hypnotic
spelts; unite sc-parated; and JulP those In
tsid luck; don't delay. Call aud receive
salisfuetion. or it will not cost you n cent.
Come early awl avoid the rush; no time
to answer letters. Come morning, noon.
3IADA.M Laura Tell, located at live
buiMireii anil e-igbt aud a hall Thirteenth
stree-t northwest, ivlll give dally sittings
to those who desire to be benelite-1 and to
have a truthlul recital of their exact con
dition and bone-it advice from a genuine
Spiritual Medium. No cards, no writing,
tint wonderfully developed midlumshlp.
Will be pleased lo help you In any way I am
capable or If you are In trouble -of any
kind. Loss of love or property, friendship,
bad luck, or evil Inlluinces. Hone-st, slu-le-re
and conlidentlal advice will be given
and the proper remedy suggested. 508 1-2
13th st. nw. Hours, 10 a m. to 7 p. iu-Fce-.
MME. FRANCIS is one ot Wash
ington's oloest nnd most gtrtesl niedl
urns: she can help you no matter what your
troubles may be: bhe has helped thousands
to health, happiness and success. If you
are In need ot help, seek one that is old
established and reliable. Hours, 9 a. m.
to 10 p. m.; 25c and 50c. 324 East Cap-
Mol st. noG2t
MANICURE-M"y F. Law. of Ne-w
lork. expert visiting manicure. 50 cents.
Mall engagements receive prompt attcn-
tlon. Address 42HNlnth sUnW;, no5-4t
PIN your faith oa us and we'll pull
you through, as We are selling chgant
custoiii-iii.ide suits and overcoats, the
"least bit worn" at a figure that'll pay
jou to look into. JCSTH'S OLD STAND,
619 II Ft. nw. no5-7t
MAIE. BROOKE ti-ils all the events
or lire: all hr-UictH cunlKU-ntial: ladies
and gentlemen, 50 cents each, hours 9 a.
m. to 9 p. in. 003 Ne-w York ave. nw.,
near Gth st. no5-14t
FIRST-CLASS mechanics can be
secured at Cub 13th st. nw. Paper
hangers, jiainters. bridge and structural
iron worker-". carpentc-TS. lathers, plaster:
riK, a nil laboring men or any kind. WO RK-INOMEN-S
LIBRARY AND BUREAU OF
LABOR, GOO l'ltust nw Telephone. G20.
M. I). S1IENK, Clerk. roS-tf
PROF. CLAY'S thcoldest established
.-uHc-nising clalrvoyitet and me
dium: -consult htm on business, mar
riage, love, lost or stolen prop
erty; tells who are your enemies: how to
avoid tlii-tii and overcome all troubles;
brings scpjrnted together nnd causes
speedy m.irriagc with, one you love: by
proper advice removes ell influences
nnd spell-: bluings b'l cents; no charges
for sitting unless satisfied, hours, 10 to 8:
open Suu-iay. 489 H U bet. -1 1-2 and Gth
sis. sw oc24-tf.cm
DRESSJMAKING at 1221 G st. nw.
Ladies- stjnsti Iri-ses for ST.: quaint
frocks for little girls. 52. po2-7l-em
"I!kCE. PERRIN Scientific liaituls
try: truest destiny render of the nge:
events or past and future .revealed with
wonderful accuracy; hoars 10 to, 8, 515
19th st. nw.. bet. E ard F. uclfi-lmo
OUR bicycle club ts almost completed;
Join now If you, want the best wtn-el
made. n terms that teilt everybody. STER
LING BICYCLE CLU11. 924 Stli st, nw.
DR. TAYLOR. 06 F st-nw.. maVei
full 6et ot teeth for 55; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain:
gold tilling, ill amalgam. 50c. tei-tt
J. T. TV ALK ERSONS. 04 10th St.
bit, carpel lining. .felts, firebrick ana
c!ay.aJlesu-s. palLW, brushes lime. cement.
twoand'threo-ply robflng rcatcrlaLapr2l tf
LADIES needing e-onflrtentiat treat
ment. A safe and sure relief Jn all
female trouble, constipation. Irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium hnblt. fistula,
etc. Separate rooms for patients before
and during ronflneoient. and find homes
for Infants if required. - Strictly onnf Mea
tlaL MRS. DR. RENNF.R. 16 Fourth et
ue.nearE-CupItolst, Washington, D. CL
1IME. ESTELLE tells all events ot
life: given advice In domestic troubles;
strictly confidential: and heals all kinds
of sons, the latter lor Indies only: hours.
9 a. in. u 10 p. m. 813 19th st- nw.
FOR RENT- no USES.
FOR RENT 1412 Gth st. nw., three
story br. lor. and b cellar: lurnace;
large yards: a. m. i ; sanitary plumbing;
In excellent condition; $40.50. Apply to
OWNER. 1218 s st.nw. no7-7t
FOR RENT Inthenw.,a7-roombrIck;
nicely terraced; newly papered through
out: with small stable; rent, 518.30.
J. D. SULLIVAN, this olfice. no7-7t
FOR RENT 1120 0th st. nw.; re
duced rrom 575 to 550.t0; 4-story
brick dwelling: 13 rooms; bath and cellar;
all mod. imps.; in thorough order; con
venient to all car lines. For full par
ticulars apply to A. 8. CAYW00D, 933
9th st. nw. no7-3t
FOR RENT 1704 N. J. ave. nw., 2
story bnex: 6 large rooms nisi lath; In
good repair; 520.50 a month. Inquire of
OWNER, 1115 I bt. uw. Keys at cor
ncr grocery. nol-f,s,t,tbs-r-t
FOR RENT Suburlian, nt Brookland,
D. C. 2 blocks from cars. 7-room frame:
cellar, lath and attic; l.itrobe. range; hot
android water. Inquire 1.8. IIOLLIDGE,
enre Saks & Co. noG-7t-cm
FOR RENT 46 i. st.se., 6 rooms and
bath; m. I. Apply ou premises or to
JOHN MILLER, lOtn aud F nw. noG-7t-em
FOR RENT 33 8 St. mr., new Or.
bouse, a.m. 1.. .'. 524.50
G04 15th st. ne. Gr., cellar, a.m.!.. 14.70
GOG 15th st. ne.. Gr., cellar, ajn.i.. 15.00
F. J. DIEUDONNE,
Room 23, Ohio National Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT Great bargain; part of
8"room house; nicely furnished or un
farnlshed. A. A., this office. noG-2t
FOR RENT 61 G 3d street nw-4-story
bay window house; m. 1.: yard and
stable; also 9-rooni house cor. 4th and F;
key. 014 3d st. nw. no6-3t
FOR RENT 528.00; 2414K st.nw.; 8
rooms, a. m. I.; open fires and furnace;
key at St rood's tin store, 1727 Pa. avo.
FOR RENT- "---room brick house, at
$12.50-61B M st. ne.; key next door.
FOR BENT-To a colored tenant, 7
room brick bouse. No. 1116 K St. nw.;
In good order; rent 520.50 per month.
OWNER. 1G22 Gth st. hit. no6-2t
FOR RENT 1742 Corcoran St., 9
rooms, a. m. L, fur. &90.
1334 lSth, 9 rooms, a. m. L, 5B0; 2306
O St., 51C.50.
JOHN E. TAYLOR, 1213 F St.
FOR RENT 1111.1 st. se six rooms
and stable; large; yard; also 909 10th
t. se.: six rooms; rent moderate. EDWARD
KERN, 28 R st, nw." no5-3t
FOR RENT 180i,Q st, lovely corner
uuusei cnarming. Ticw; near i-ruijouii
Circle; newly papered ''ana painted; $48.
Address owner, 514' Cth st. nw., second
story front room. cos-2t
Tenth and I ne. Inquire 345 Pennsyl
vanla ave. nw. "' ' St
FOR RENT New,excellnt condition,
Srroom, large parlor, a. m. 1., cellar,
furnace, stationary wash tubs, drying flat
pack alley: can pass' door. 906 llth st
se.; key at COO, same street no2-7t
FOR RENT 1218 I st- ne. Slxrms.,
cellar, stable, large lot; 518; would
sell cheap or trade. ,WT J. FKIZZELL, 508
7th st nw., office. Am, B- A L. Association.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE OF
FULL LINE OF MEN'S FURNISH
INGS, ETC., AT NO. 926 SEVENTH
By virtue of several writs of fieri facias
Issued ourof the office of C. S. lsnndy, a
Justice of the Peace In and Tor the District
of Columbia, and to inedlrectcd. I wlllsell
at public sale, for cash, at No. 92G Seventh
stret northwest. Washine-ton. D. C, on
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13lh.'A. I).
1890, at 10ociacka.in..a full lineof Men's
FuTnUiiluss, consisting of Hats. Caps.
Gloves, Shirts, Underwear. Socks. Collars,
Cuffs. Umbrellas. Men's nnd Roys Trous
ers, etc., eta. wli-i-d and levied upon as
1li property of David F. Elsi-iiinn, and will
br sold to. satisfy executions Nos. i-904,
8905 890G, 8907. 8908. 8909, 8910.
orHenirmEisriii.il!, Bertha Elsenn.Hi-ine-man
Mfrhacil. Bertha Llchienslcin,
Edward Kohner nnd Henrietta Kohncr.
ALBERT A. WILSON.
U. S. Marshal, I). C.
DUNCANSON BROS.. Auctioneers.
WIMODAUGHSI? Classes. 1328
T st. uw-.. beginning Novemlier Short
hand, dictation and typewriting, Mrs.
Baldwin, of. Business High School; book
ADA L. SMITn. Slipt
BME. J. ESPUTA DALT.
Sight Mngtug (lasses tnote chain system).
Studio 11 18 Ne-w Yorkavcnuc.
Two lessons weekly. 520 per season.
Mount Vernon Seminary
CORNER M AND ELEVENTH STREfcTo.
WASHINGTON. D C.
A SELECT RESIDENCE AND DAT
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES
AND LITTLE GIRLS.
Twcnty-iirel year ope-ii 1 UKSDAY. Oc
tober first. Large and attractive build
ings, thoroughly equipped with every re
quisite of a reiined homu and a progres
Applications for admission or pupils to
the duy school may be made after September
flficciilh. between the hours or ic-n and ons
o'clock each rooming.
MRS ELIZABETH J BOMERS.
WANTED 100 ydung people to Join
Miortlianu dictation cla-cv, which arc
now being formed at Wood's Cbmmeroal
College, 311 and 401 East Capitol bt. at
the low rate of $1.00 per month, Send
for catalogue containing pictures of-84
WALTER 8COTT STETSON, teacher of
acting, elocution, dancing. 1324 12th
FOR SALE ROUSES.
FOR SALE-On line of new clcctrio
road; oca utlfully. situated; 12-room
house; Imlh, conservatory, hot 'and cold
water; heated by hot water; Over 4
acres of ground; view unsurpassed. Also
two 9-rooin houses; hot and cold water
and windmill; bargains. Inquire COS F
St., room 4. It
FOR SALE-A first-class house on
it street, bet. 1st and N. Cap north
west: sevei rooms and bath; brown stone
base, and trimmings: south front; large
yard to alley: will be sold at a bargain.
Applv between 5 and 7 o'cl.ick, EDWARD
KERN. 29 R st nw. no5-3t
FOR RENT SUBURBAN.
FOR RENT At Brookland. Reveral
pretty cottages within two squnrt-s of
the electric road; litrobe and city water;
these houses ror sale on reasonable terms.
GRACE M. THOMAS, 100 Corcoran Hldg.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
MORRIS' ADDITION ,
TO NUIC111KA8T WASHINGTON This
subdivision Is made In accordance with
the original plan of the city. K, L. M. 2Gth,
26th, and 30th streets running through the
property. It Is within 10 minutes walk
of the II street cable line, Maryland ave
nue, when extended, will greatly shorten
the distance. Lots average 24x136.
This subdivision is nearer to the Capitol
than Dupout Circle, where ground sells
at $10 per square foot. We have decided
to let a few lotB go at 5400 each, and ac
cept 510 down and 510 pe-r mouth, with
out Interest, furnishing abstract and deed.
Call for plat and other Information, and
let us drive you out. Considering loca
tion, nearness to center of city, and sire
of lots, this is the cheapest property on the
market to-dav either for home sites or
speculation. JOHN F. WAGGAMAN. 700
14th St., upstairs no2-2wks
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
In Eflect Sept. 0. 1S0S.
10.30A. "dr. PENNSYLVANIA LIM
1TEI). Pullman Sleeping, Dining. Smok
ing and Observation Cars liarrlsburg to
Chicago, Cincinnati, Indianapolis. Bt
Louis, Clevclaud and Toledo. Buffet
Parlor Car to Uarrisbarg.
X0.30 A. ai. FASTXI.NE. Pullman
burret Parlor Car to Harrltburg. Parlor
and Dining Cars, Harrisburg to Pltts-
SOP. M.-CHICAGOAND ST.L0UI8
EN PRESS. Pullman Buffet Parlor Car
to Harrisburg. Sleeping and Dining Cars
Harrisburg to St Louis, Cincinnati, Lou
isville and Chicago.
T.XO P. "Bot. WESTERN EXPRESS.
PuUniau Sleeping Car to Chicago, and
Harrtsburx to Cleveland Dining Car to
7.10 P. M. SOUTHWESTERN EX
PRESS. Pullman Sleeping and Dining
Curs to St Louis, and Sleeping Car, Har
risburg to ClncinnalL
X0.40 P. JMC. PACIFIC EXPRESS,
l'uliiuan Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
T.50 A. M- "r Kane, Canandaigna,
Roenesier and Niagara Falls dally, ex
X0.30 A. at. for EBnlra and RenoTo,
dally, exi-ept Sunday, For WlUlamsport
daily, 3:40 n. in.
7.0 P. M. for WlUlamsport, Roches
ter, Buffalo ana Niagara Falls dally, ex
cept Saturday, with Sleeping Car, Wash
ington to Susiwnsloa Briuce via Buffalo.
lO.-iO P. ai. for Erie. Canandalgua,
Kocncster, Buffalo and Niagara Falls
dally. Sleeping Car Washington to El-mlra-
For 1'kUudelpaln, Now York and tho
4.00 P. at, "CONGRESSIONAL LIM
ITED." AH Parlor Cars, -with Dining
Car from Baltimore, for New York, daily,
for Philadelphia week days. Regular
nt 7.05 (Dining Car). 7.20. 9.00, 10.00
(Dining Car), and 11.00 a. m., 12.15,
3.15, 4.20, C.40, 10.00 and 11.35
?. m. On Sunday, 7.05 (Dining Car),
.20, 8.00, 11.00 a. ne, 12.10, 8.16,
4.20, G.40, 10.00 and 11.35 p. m. For
Philadelphia only. -Fast Express 7.60
a. m. week days. Express 2.01 and 5.40
p. m. daily.
For Boston, without change, 7.60 a. m.
week days and 3-15p. m. dally.
For Baltimore. 6.25.7.05, 7.20, 7.50, 8.00.
10.00, 10.30. 11.00 nnd 11.50 a. m,
12.15, 2.01, 3.10, 3.48, (4.00 Limited),
4.20. 4.36, 6.40, 6.05, 6.40, 7.10, 10.00,
10.40, 11.15 and 11.35 p. m. On Sun
day. 7.05,7.20. 8.00, B.OS. 10.80, 11.00
a. m, 12.15. 1.15. 2.01, 3.15, 3.4fc (4.00
Limited), 4.20, 5.40. d.05. 60, 7.10,
10.00. 10.40 and 11.35 p. m.
For Pope's Creeic Line. 7.20 a. m. ana 4.86
p. m., dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.20, 9.00 a. ro,, 12.1B and
4.20 p. m., dally, except Sunday. Sun
days, 9.00 a, m. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantlo Coast Line. Impress for Rich
mond, Jacksonville and Tampa. 4.30 a.
ro,, 3.30 p. m., daily. Richmond and At
lanta. 8-40 p. m., daily. Richmond only,
10.67 a. m. week days.
Accommodation for Quontloo, 7:45 a- m
dally, and 4.25 p. m. week days.
For Alexandria, 4:30, 6.35, 7.45, 8.40,
9.45, 10.57. 11.50 a. m.; 12.50, 1.40,
3.20, 4.25,5.00. 5J7, 6.16. 8.02,, 10.10,
and 11.39 p. m. On Bunday at 4.80,
7.45, 9.45 a, m.; 2.45, 6.16, 8.02 and
10.10 d. m.
Leave Alexandria for Washtngton. G.0B,
6.43, 7.05, 8.00, 8.10. 10.15. 10.28
a. tn.; 1.00, 2.15, 3.00, 3.Z3. 0.00, 5 30.
6.13, 7.00. 7.20. 9.10, loTsC and 11.08
p. m. On Bunday at 6.43, 9.10. 10.28 a.
m.; 2.15, 6-0. 7.00, 70, 9.10 and
Ticket orflces, corner Fifteenth and G
streets, and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left for thi
checking of baggage to destination from
hotels and residences.
B. IT. PREVOST. 3. B- (7001),
Gen. Has. Osa. Faa. Aft
m " i -
Dr. Walker's $5 a MoDth Rate
for Treatment and Medicine
Has Captured the Town,
Dr. Walkers great success in treating
P'Jtients at $5 a month has induced htm
to make this populnr rate permanent. Call,
and see the doctor. He rreals all chronic,
-nervous, nnd special diseases, catarrh,
asthma. I.ronchltu,. rheumatism, dyspepsluf
constipation, night losses, emissions, vari
cocele, and stricture, all quickly cured.
$5 a Month
And all remedies furnished. Dr. Walker's
orficctt .-ire centrally located on the second
floor of hls'well-known sanitarium, 1411
Pennsylvania avenue northwest Office
hours, 10 a. in. too p.m.; Wednesdays and
Saturdays, 7 to 8 p.m.; Sunday, 10 to
i:y wasted and to loan.
. . FULTON'S i-oan Office 1218
Pa ave. nw. Established In 1870.
Money loaned on watches, diamonds, Jew
nrv. silverware, etc. Special bargains In
wttlehea.lewelrT. and silverware. an20-bfa
MONEY to man on bonds, stocks, trusts,
loan association certificates, and old
tine life Insurance pnlicfes; no delay .
YERKES A BAKF
40 to 4GMetz.-mttBldg
MONEY TO LOAN in large sums.
or s low-as 1.0u0. at 5- and 6 per
rent on D. C. real estate: also 3250.5500,
5750. etc.. at 6 per cent WM. H. SAUN
DERS & CO.. 1407 T st nw tf
MONEY TO LOAN AH classes ot
reni .-state loans roncis with promptness
fitcure-nt rates THEMcLACIILEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor
r.er Kith and G streets nw. mO-tf
WANTED-TM loan of $8,000 onflrst
ciass lnsiuu property: no agents. 703
19th st Hsel2tf
MONEY to fonn at 6 and o per cent.
on District cfColambia realty: no delay
tf security is satisfactory.
WALTER H ACKR. 704 14lh nw.
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR RENT Fine frultandtruckfarm.
near Rlvcrdale StatlourB, A O. R. R.
Inquire at 228 3d. St. sw. poG-7t
LOST Pocketbook. CDPtalBlug water
reut receipt, gas blllandSia, nnd several
other articles; liberal reward. If returned
to 1C01 N. J. ave, nw. - ' - It
LOST Strayed from. 209 3d St. se.
tame raccoon; suitable reward If re
turned to above address- - no7-3
TWO 1'OSTOFflCE ARBESTS.
Money Order Clerk und Stall Carrier
, Go Wronir.-
The Postoffie-e Department has been ad
vised of the arrest oi iKeliara, superin
tendent of the money, order division, of the
postufriccatTopeka,E is. lie was 53,313
short in his accounts.--e
Claude Back, a mail carrier at Arkadel
phia. Ark., was arrested for rifling a mall
pouch containing registered letters and was
held tor the grand Jury.
KECOKD OP THE COURTS.
Court of Appeals, Chief Justice Alvey,
Justices Shepard and Morris No. 507;
Dugan et al. vs. Northcutt, argued by D. W.
Glassiefor appellee and Joseph ShilliDgton
for appellant. No. 512, Bradshaw ts.
Stott, submitted in brief. No. 504, Ana
costia and Potomac R. R. Co. ts. Klein,
continued. No. 394, B. & P. R. R. Co.
vs. Golway, motion for rehearing over
ruled. No. 421, Williams ts. Paine, mo
tion for rcargument, etc., overruled.
The court having disposed ot aU cases
ready for hearing, a recess is taken until
Monday, November 11, at which dalK the
Iatent appeal docket will be called. The
signmentlor Monday, November 11, 1895,
will bo as follows: Patent appeals Nos.
23, 24. 28, 30, 31, (32 and 34), 30;
(3G and 39), 37 and 3S.
Circuit Court, No. 1, Justice Bradley
George n. Fox, E. P. Brown, J. I. Atch
iscn and Enos Crews accepted to fill jury.
Jvemongeot et al. vs. Schafer, Jury on
verdict for .defendant for costs. Malsh
& Gordon Manufacturing C6. "Vs. Corbett
Mill and Machinery Co., judgment by de
fault and judgment by condemnation'.
Smith vs. Connlck, Judgment by default.
Perry vs. District of Columbia, judgment
In certiorari. Butler ts . Walsh, judgment
by default. Assignment unchanged.
Equity Court, No. 1 Chief Justice Binz
jam. Whit ts. White; testimony ordered
taken before William II. Shipley, exam
liner. Frazier ts. Frazlcr; testimony,
ordered taken, G. A. Kuhn, examiner.
Collier ts. Collier; lro confesso against"
defendants granted. Smith ts. Lyon;
complainant allowed thirty daysln which
to settle. Polkinhorn vs. Folkinuom;
order to take toslimony, E. G. Nilcs, ex
aminer. Wood ts. Hllsmen; order to
lake testimony before R. J. Murray,
examiner. Johnson" ts. Kensington; leave
to file amendments to bin granted. Sheri
dan ts. Snowden; commission to get in
fant's answer ordered to Issue. Colton
vs. Carr; commission to get' Infant's an
swer ordered to issue. Dabncy-Ts. Smith;
pro confesso against certalif defendants
ordered. Norton ts. Co wdrcy; sale f i nally
ratified. Moore ts. Tinney; conveyance
vacated and Injunction granted. Kirk
palrick ts. Kirkpatrick; - testimony be
fore William E. Smith, examiner, or
dered take. Scott TsTBcott;appcarance
No. 9, on hearing; Nos. 8, 13,14.15,17 lo
Equity Court, No. 2 Justice nagner.
Hood ts. Fry et al."jn!er jiro confesso
against certain -defendant!. Douglass
vs. Douglass; testimony UTore John A."
Sweeney, examiner, ordered taken. Ryan
Ts. Gunnell; order pro confess against cer
tain defendants and Appearance of absent .
defendant ordered. Swope vs. Bruramell;
motion to strike ont -exceptions over
ruled. French ts. Barry; order of refer
ence to auditor. Assignment Nos. 09,
67,69, 70,71,73,74 to 84 Inclusive,
Criminal Court, No. 1, Justice Colo
JFrank Mackall, adultery; defendant sur
rendered and surety released; defendant
committed to jnll. In re estate of James
E. Young; Jury respited.
Criminal Court, No. 2. Justice Cox
William Norton, larceny; Edward Shea and
Arthur Malloy, assaulting officer; Maria
Shea, receiving stolen property; Edward
Anderson, embezzlement: all arraigned;
pleas not guilty. Robert" Roy, receiving
stolen property; nolle prosequi., John
H. Bnsey. housebreaking: venlict not guilty.
Anthony Selvey, alias Salllvan, larceny
from person; Tenllct not guilty.
Probate Court Justice Hagner Proceed
ings in estates as follows: Jacob Carrlns
ton;willpartlyprovcd. ThoiiiasG. Pitcher;
bond filed and letters, ot administration
Issued. Petition of Eliza Lease to be
appointed guardian to Thomas T.O'Leary;
filed. James J. Brooks; will returned with
commission executed. Stella B. Conger;
petition of J."B. Humphrey, executor, for
sale of personalty. Lizzie S. Lamb; will
of September 21, 1S91, filed, naming no'
executor. Gottlieb Stadtlen will of
August 15, 1B92; naming- wife, Mary
Stadtler, executrix,, filed. William U.
Kinsley; will finally proved. O.C.Green;
order to sell stocis and bonds. ,
Pennsylvania -Railroad-to Baltimore
Saturday and Sunday, 'NorembeT 9 and
10, good returning until Monday, "the llth,
rale 51.25, good on any train.
Ludlow Case Marks a Revolution
in Military Methods.
ME. CLEVELAND'S ACTION
His Refnsnl to Approve tlio Findings'
an Intimation That Sabordlnute-x
May Now Have an Appeal I'er
noiin.1 Ite-se-ntment Said to lliit
Tisured. In This Instuuco.
The refusal of President Cleveland to
approve the findings ot the examining
board in the case of Commander Ludlow
Is one of the most Important cases con
cerning tlie naval personnel he has taken
up since his Inauguration,
For a century it has been a doctrine that
the duties of the Executive In such cases
was merely perfunctory. It was known
that be took particular Interest in the selec
tion of the general officers of the army
and the bureau chiefs ot the navy. His
interest in the personnel was supposed
to end with such officers, except when
powerful influences were exerted In the
case of special individuals.
His refusal, therefore, to consider the
action of the examining board in Comman
der Ludlow's case as conclusive has created
great interest In naval circles and will
undoubtedly have an Important effect
upon the discipline of the service.
When Commander Ludlow was called
upon ten years ago to give his opluion of
a subordinate he spoke In excellent terms
of the officer. Eight years afterward,
with the same knowledge, upon which to
base conclusions, he declared the saico
subordinate unfitted tor promotion.
Both of these statements were made under
oath, and the form of each showed that
Commander Ludlow prepared his answers
very deliberately. The subordinate has sat
isfied the President, at least, that on making
his second statement Commander Ludlow
has permitted his personal resentment to in
fluence his official actions.
Particularly in the Navy is the matter of
record ot great importance In determining
tlie fitness of an officer for promotion
The authorities In Washington must giro
great weighttothedeclaratlonsof command
ing officers, and If this great trust Is to be
violated and to be used asa lever for wreak
ing vengeance upon Inferiors, the efficiency
of the service will be paralyzed.
The Navy Department has gone to great
trouble in getting np a form of report for
determining the fituessof of fleers f orimpor
tant work and services. Those who hava
been entrusted with the prerogativeof mak
ing these reports have been compelled to do
so under the solemnity of an oath. They
are only made at periodical intervals, and
safeguards are thrown around for the pro
tection of the Individual.
PRESIDENT'S DELIBERATE ACTION.
It has been the intention of the Depart
ment to compel snpenor officers to maka
definite charges. The Individual thus ac
cused ot specific offenses has a remedy
and protection In the reply which is per
in reviewing the proceedlnsa and from
the long consideration which tM casa
has received it Is shown that the Presi
dent has acted with much deliberation,
,In so doing Mr. Cleveland bus served no
tice, upon the high officials of the Army
and Navy that the characters ot subordi
nates cannot be blackened by Tague and
revengeful statements made .years after
the facts took place upon which such un
just conclusions were made.
For some years there haTe been com
plaints that the great trust which has been
placed by the President, through the Nary
regulations. In the hands of our flag and
commanding officer has been greatly
If the charge was true it was Inevitable
that some one would sooner or later corns
to grief through the abuse of tills trust.
It has been Commander Ludlow's mis
fortune to be charged by no less an author
ity than tlie President with this offense,
for in disapproving the action or the board
recommending his promotion the Presi
dent substantiates this accusation.
The promotion of many younger off leers
has been delayed during the past year by
reason of the unfavorable reports of com
manding officers, and the question is now
"Delng asked to what extent has injustica
been done them?
The success that Commander Sperry has
met with may give encouragenlentto others
who have been wronged to se-ek tlie pro
tection of the President in securing Justice.
OTHERS MAY SEEK PROTECTION.
The only way in which pnnishnicnt can ba
meted out to commanders who abuse their
trust will be In the manner In which Com
mander Ludlow has been treated. Should
such an offender be brought to court
martial, he can plead no Intended malice
by declaring that he was sought for an ex
pression of opinion, and that it was not a
"When his own promotion is at stake,
however, his official acts of the past are
matters of investigation, and that is tho
only time "when the wronged Individual can
receive due consideration.
Tlie Navy Department would undoubt
edly aid any junior in bringing to punish
ment any commander who bad abused a
trust, but it is almost an impossibility for
an inferior to collect evidence aboard a
warship against his commander.
Just how a new examining board can help
Commander Ludlow seems a mystery The
same evidence will probably be presented
and it must eventually go to the President
as the final reviewing authority.
Ilcnl Estate Truii-fcns.
Deeds of real estate were filed yesterday
for record as follows:
Henry C. Longnecker to Virginia O.
Grover, lot 18, block 14, Congress Heights,
5250. Hannah Guuder and husband to
Catherine II. Burns, lot 2. Blagdcns' sub
square 738, $1,000. T. H. Pickford and
wire to L. F. Hall, original lot 20, square
109G, S10. J. n. Rotherf, trustee, et a',
to R. T. Wilson, lot 15. Pencote Heights.
$15,000. O. S. Smith, trustee, to C'arenco
F. Normcnt.part.iriglnal lotG, square 231,
$3. DlstrIctorColumbIatoC.il Allcnder,
lot 2, square 052, $6.47: lot 4G, square 74J,
513.10. Martha Hurdle and husband to
C. Van Sen Burchell, part lot 22, Matt
Ingly sub,. Giles Dyer estate. 510. Adelia.
L. 8.. Thumbs to Anna North, lots 7G. 77,
78, Kelly sub. square .650,. 51.800. Wil
liam R. Woodward to W. B & C. E. Webb,
original lot 0. square 142, 51. W. B.
Webb, trustee, to W. R. Woodward, sama
property, 51. S. A. Cox and wire to P. A.
Brooke, 18.75 acres, Bellevue, S100. A.
Kaier to Grace D. 8. Pearson, sub. lot It
(No.1310 Eleventh street north wrsDsquara
313.51. E.R. French to GeorgcK. French,
lot 20, block 4, Grant Tart, and lots 9 and
10, block 1, and lot 39. section 3. Burr
Tllle, quit cNra, 523. W. I. Hopkins to
Blanche T. t jton, lot 80, American Secur
ity and Trust Companv sub. block 3. West
EcklnEton, subject to 52,500 trust, 54,800.
W.l. Hopkins to J. F. King, lot 74, Ameri
can Security nnd Trust Coinpany.sub.bVcIC
3, 'West Ecklngton, subject to 52 500
trust, 54,800. W. Jones and wife lo W.
F. Roderick, lot 27, Loupneimer s sub.
block 35, Columbia Heights, subject to
S-T.400 trust. 58,500. II. C Longnecker
to J. M. de Thomas, lot 29. block 2. Lonj
neckers sub. Congress II eights, 5-50.
James Pilling to F. A. Harrison, lot C9,
BonneU's sub, square 235. 510.
A Careful Narrator.
Ethel Grandpa, please tell me the stnry
again about the time you ere killed and
eaten by the cannibals.
Grandpa You mean aboutthetlmelwas
killed by the cannibals, Ethel. They didn't
cat mo, for if they bad how would I behero
to ten yon about It? You should always ba
careful about details, Ethel, if yoa want t
be respected In this world. Judge.
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