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THE MORNING TIMES. FIJI r AY, NOVEMBER 22, 1895.
IN Justices Court of the District of Colutii
bla Before Charles r. Scott. Esq.. a
Justice of till- Peace. Josep'i Careltt Ml.
Almo? I). Nccld, No. 054. A summons In
due form having been Iseued out of tliW
court to a lawlul constable of tht8 District
for the said dcfeinlanl ami the same having
been bv bald ronstable reiurned "not to bo
found," It la herein- ordered tbat the said
derenJant cause bis appearance to lie en
tered herein on the I9tu day of December,
1 S90, otherwise the cans? will be proceeded
with as In caw of default.
The object of this suit Is to enforce the
collection of two certain notes, signed by
taid defendant, to the order of plnlntlff,
for SlOOeacn. through aitaehinentof prop
erty within the District of Columbia.
Given under my hand ami seal ti.is 21st
day of November, lh93.
Clf AISLES K.SCOTT,
Justice of the Peace, I. C, Fcndall Blug.
no22, 2U deo-a t
CALL at P. Cannon's. 305 lOtb st
ow., lor Uiepatu Wilson Whisky.
VANTED-Au engineer to run a small
steam plant. Apply sir. cor. 14th and O
Bts. nw. It
TTANTED-Two white, single, men to
nueml to olooded stock. 427 I lth st.
WANTED-Tko young men as sales
men: lair commission paid. Apply nt
DUN. V. ave. my.. at b:3o sharp. lt
WANTED-Wlillf boy otcr 14 years,
up stairs. 427 1 lth st, nw. It
WANTKD-i omits In
caue cl.nlrs ut
WANTED-Tiro colored waiters. Ap
piy ready lor work, 3 19 Pa. ae. nv. It
HELP ANTED FEMA LIU
SOUBHETTE to do sketch with
comtMian; miuii capital reiolred. RET-
LAW. this office. It
TVANTED-A rirst-clnss waist trim-
iner; only first-class bands need ap
ply; brine; icference. 1010 G bt. nw.
WAKTED-White girl for general
nouseuork. sinall family; no washing.
614 131h st. niv. It
WAHTED-3 experienced hotel chnm-
icTiuaiils. white, also storeroom, pan
try, kliclieu, and laundry help. 014 13th
st. nw. It
"V ANTED Neat girl for housework:
wages Si. 50 week: stay nights. Ad
dress 1 700 F St. nw. It
TFANTF.D-An experienced saleslady
in the fur business; call Tuesday morn
ing bet. 8 and "J. SAKS FUE CO., cor. 1 3m
and G sts. It
WAKTED-A stenographer and typ?
writer: sue rate of siievd, general edu
cation and wages. JOSLYN, this office.
JOSEPHINE VICKEKY, office 929
Ninth St. nw. no21-3t
WANTED- Millinery apprentice. 023
E nw.. uiislulrs. iK20-3t
WASTED-Office work of auy kind;
tjpewriuoii and mimeograph woikttone
nt louesl rates Addrc-as INFELICK,, this
WANTED-White cook. 525; wait
ress. 51N refined, intelligent nurse, SI 8.
G14 13th st. nw. lt
WANTED-Two white cooks, $1 0,518;
all kinds of reliable help funds' ed.
BROOKE. 712 13th st. nw. It
WAKTED-By a joung colored man.
a plact as second cook, broiler and
roast cook in hotel, restaurant, or chop
house, reference If required. Address
jeuoiu:. this orncc. it
TV ANTED- Place as clerk in grocery
biore by jouiig man of experience.
IV ANTED-Situation as grocery clerk
and meatcuuer. auurcssoi i uatiim
421 L, si. n w. no22-4t
yy ANTED Young man will pay casli
bonus lor position as collector or
other cniplntiiicut; rers.andbond. P.S.J.,
tliis office. no22-:it
WANTED-ll)' good confectioner, pas
try cook and ice cream nukcr .ot
tlon as nrst or second hand or to ctrlto
wii:on; best refs. Address CONFEC
TIONER, tills ofllcc. no22-2t
"WAKTED Situation by young man
in store or market, beslrcie. Vi.m, -s
477 1 st. sw. no22-2t
WANTED A) oungwhlteniaiitnrnesl-
1 wains employment or any smu at
any waes; refs. Address TOM, this
WAKTED-Hy oung man, position la
pritate locally; city rets. Aduress lUliU
lltUJlt. n w. It
WANTED By married man, white, ex-
J (tranced coacnnian, situation of any
; references. IN NEED, this office. It
WANTED-Position by first-class con
irLtioner and cake baker; good orna
mentor pastry, fancy cakes, etc. Address
4C8 Huntoon Court sw. no21-3t
by bright young
colnred ni.in: i:ood waiter:
leavecitt Adtln-ss 1013 18th su
man. e,y best references; salary no
object. Callntnio 0th st.se. nu21-2t
WANTED-Uy a sober.industrmusand
expenemx-d barkeeper, a position In
hotel or ro-tauraut. Uu-v 07, Hyattsvllle,
WANTED-A place by a fireman, who
uas b-eii years' experience. Is willing
to do watching or do laboring. Address O.
Kthis office. no20-3t
WANTED-Situation by Al barber
t while), .sober and steady; country pre
ferred. liAltllErt.thlsofflee. no20-ni,cni
WANTED- Frecl Free! Frecl Me
cnauics or any kind furnished by us:
also we bavo a few men suitable for
driving a team or something similar;
best of refs. furnished. WOKKlNliMEN'd
LIllItAP.Y AND UUKEAU OF LA 110 R.
Tel.. 200. G0U 13t!l St. uw. li.D. SHENK.
WANTED By Norwegian girl, sitna-
ito.i as ennnitterinald and waitress;
speaks English riuently. C. II. COS 5th sc.
W ANTED-Engagements by first-class
dressmaker. In private famlljes; $1.20
per nav .uuress im;i.b;3J;-i.i.,
WANTED-Position as housekeeper
liae li.iu eleven years' experience;
refs. furnished on application. Call o:
address SARAH POEEYf 30D K su ne
WANTED- By young gifTTotlogencrat
housework In small family. Address
VIUGINI.V WATKJNS, 437 AVashiugton
st- nw. It
WAKT3D-Situation as buslielwoni
Atluress :!05 K st. nw. It
WANTED-By genteel German woman
satiation as nurbc: experience; wages
not lower than $15 per month. Address
B. K.. biation 0, city. It
"WANTED-By a good washerwoman
or house cieau.-r a place. Call at bfy
Florida avc. iv It
WANTED-Position as seamstress
in a good lanilly; can cut and lit veil:
refs. Mrs. W.,IIus office. It
WANTED-A young lady wishes posi
tion to keep clean gentleman's office.
Miss L.. tliti office. no21-3teni
WANTED- Place ascook in small fam
ily in my. Address 204 0 st. nw.
WANTED-Dace as cook by colored
"woman. Call 2031 L St. uw. Item
WANTED Situation By respectable
colored woman as cook or chamber
maid in private famliy: best references. Call
or address !I04 Ninth st.nw. no21-2t
WANTED-Position by young indy of
practical experieucu in double-entry
book-keeping, who is also a stenographer
and tjpewrlter. ilISS A. B., this otneo.
WANTED-A horse to drive Inliuggy
lor its Keep tlurirg winter; have fine
stable Tor same. Addiess UOBEUT KOPP;
Constable, .54 I D 'St. nir. It
WANTED To teaeli letter writing;
1 a month. IVY INSTITUTE LU8I
NESS COLLEGIA Eighth and 1C. It
WANTED-Uy 10 o'clock Ihismorulng
, , a stvtiud hand coffee mill in gootl condl-
V tion. Cillut 5U9 Seventh st. nw., room 30.
WANTED To buy small second-hand
cash register In good order. Address
CASH UEOISTEIt.thlaolfice. no21-3t
WANTED-To find some lady who
-niil keep ruy Utile Russian Poodle,
or would sell, as I have no place to keen
her. living upstairs.- Address B.. this
office. " no20-3t
wanted nins to do scir-upporting:
rnarrictl ladles to Ie3seu drcssmatflnc
bills by learning to cut by Alercbant Taller
Bqunre: rjartleulars at school. 718 12th
WantedTrv Rubber Roof Paint,
V.l: STOP ALL LEAKS TBX.X.
Ace cliArire only for palntlnr; norkffaaraatt!
t-AX Kllllllkll 1I001T FAINT CO.. liCl Sll Ul-
FOIl SALW MISCELLAXEOITS.
GIVING uii housekeeping The follow
ing articles for sale: Parlor carpet, Jrlu;
folding elierry bedstead, French plate mir
ror, beveled, 525. cost Slt'O; dlulng-room
malting, jr.; refrigerator, 58. cost i30;
couch, $3, and one for ?0; dlnluc-table.
one-leaf, walnut, 45, cost $15. Sl.ii F St.
fSO CENTS down: no home complete
without i hem. See Personals. It
AN old-established meat market for sale;
line room nnd Ice box: rent, 51 D: slock
and fixtures, $150; half cash, balance on
Line. Address Box 20, this office. It
FOR SALE-! feather beds, in good
condition, tne.ip. 020 E st. nw. It
FOIl SALE-Cut-under parcel delivery
from atn st.
FOR SALE-Or exchange; large and
small sale; alio burglar proof safe.
Address SAFE, this office. It
FOR SALE-Very handsome sleigh;
piush trimmings; cost 100; never
been used; will sellfor SS0, or trade 11. Ad
dress 117 L st. nw. no22-2t
FOR SALE Gas i ticlnc; four-horse
power. Dtto. Will be sold
at KATCLU'Fi:, SUTTON & CO.'d
Auction Rooms, No. 020 Penua.
ave.,at nvon, samrday. no22-2t
wtin k a I .K-Kiutii show cjise: ner-
fect; C-it.; 7, worlh S15. 703 D
St. ee- It
FOR SALE Bicycle in good conill
Uou, sl5. WALFUItD'S, 477 Pa. ce.
FOR SALE Grocery store on the
corner oi rmont aenue and V sts.
nw.; no reasonable offer refused, no22-.lt
FOR SALE-A horse and delivery
5io; jsici uown, uaiiLiicx Co
Call at 437 11th st. nw.
FOR SALE Place suitable for cook
simp, lunch or oyster room; even thing
In gootl shape; bargain If sold at once.
Apoly N. J. SMITH, 0th and K sts. nw.
F O R SALE A good stand in market;
cheap if so.d at once. SAMUEL, this
FOR SALE An established grocery
and meat market near Washington, do
ing a good business; fine room and ice box;
rent. fe2D; slock, fixtures and good will,
S1.400. OKOCER, this office. Item
FOR SALia-A cariiage for sale at
for repairs that have been made on it.
FOR SALE 25 will buy a large
sound .!-eartltl bty horse if sold at
once. Reason for selling, owner has no
use for him. CIIAS. LLXKINS' stable, tith
and 0sts.nw. no21-3t
FOR SAXE-A mule on The Times.
Address KUUTE, this office. no21-3t
FOR SALE Cheap lor cash, dairy,
not a dairy lunch; one of the liest
locations In U.e cliy. Onl those wishing
tti buy need apply. Address DAIRY. 1 tils
FOR 5A.LtS lutrobes; gooiTTtpuir.
Call411 1-2 G st.nw. no2l-3t
FOK S ALE 1IISC
FOR SALE- l.lcjcles We do not give
.i bicycle uith a pound of lea, but we
dti sell good second-hand ladles' and gents'
bicycles from So up. E. S. KEYS, 105
II St. ne- co20vJ t
FOR SALE Grocery and milk dairy
ior saie cnetp; cuean reuc; gooct loca
tion Address E. W., limes office
FOR SALE Tobacco, cigar and lunch
room; worm S30O; will sell in three
days for $100. If aiibotly wants a lur-
gain. call 1350 Water st. sw. nol!-4teru
FOR SALE Pony; children can drive
it. Call ai 727 3d sune. iiol4-7tem
ORGANS. S2G DP.
SX DOWN. SX WEEK.
SI down and fcl week fur any
organ la stocii. Greatly reduced
prices. Organs from $25 up. Best
F. G. SMITH. l-'-5 Vn. nve. nw.
FOR SALE A .lusil steam luuiich;
ljerectiutf engine and btnler; can be
seen at Kilter's boat house. ot&-tf-cm
FOR SALE Best make of Htcuhalorn,
brooders uinl fr'-sh grts?a bone; call
nnd Bee the lucubaUirs In working order.
Hcteald's Bird and Pet Animal Stores, 712
12th sLnw and 1221Pa.ave
FOB SALE-CO UN-TIIY" PKOPEUTV.
FOR SALE On er e:n; tenns,
Trom 1 to I. miles from Washington:
20 acres adjoining Arlington Heights, on
.Mt. Vernon Eltetrlc railroad; also several
tracts containing from 1 acre to 100 acres;
unproved and unimproved; also 34 acres
to be sold at auction near Arlington on
Decemoer 4. Tne attention or government
employes, mechanics. Investors, specula
tors, and bustn-sss men gcr-irally. Is called
to my large list of su' istn and rana
property. Call for m jp of country,
20 miles around the District, and large
list of properly for Hle free to all callers:
also building lots for SI per weet. Now
is me time to uuy; proju'nv Known ireo
JAttlLS ti. C;La.MUVlt,
1321 F st. nw.
FOR SALE or exchange. Party own
ing grujery store, doing good cash busi
ness, owing lo ill heallii will trade for small
farm. Improved, or sell for cash; rent nnd
other exHnscs smalL Address GROCERY,
Times office. uo20-4t
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
In Effect Soy ember 17 , 1895.
xo.so a. ar. Pennsylvania lim
ITEd. Pulhnau Sleeping, Dining, Smok
lug, and OK'.ctv.iUoii cUrs, llarriburg
to Chicago, Cluclunail, Indianapolis, Su
Louis, Cleveland, and Toledo. Luffet
Parlor Car lo Harrisburg.
X0.30 A.." at- FAST LINE. Pullman
llurret Parlor Car, to Ilarrisbarg. Par
lor and Dining Cars, Harrisburg to
3,4U V. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
EXPRESS. Pullman Luffet Parlor Car
to Ilarriab.irg. Sleeping and Dining Cars
Ilarrisb.trg loSt Louts, CiLcmuati, Louis
ville, and Chicago
7.10 I. ai. WESTERN EXPRESS.
Pulltu.iu Sleeping Car to Chicago, and
llarrisburg to Cleveland. Dining Car to
7.10 . TiX. SOUTH-WESTERN EX
PitbStt. Pullman Sleeping and Dining
Cars to bt. Louis, and Sleeping Cur
Harrisharg to Cincinnati.
10.40 I. JU.. PACIFIC EXPRESS.
Pulhuan Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
7. GO A. JW.. lor Katie, Camtnualgua,
Rucaesier, and Niagara Falls dally, ex
X0.30 A. 1. for Eliiilranj.d Uenova,
tuny, except hunday. For Wllll.unsport
dallr, 340. p. in.
j-.XO T3. HI. 'or Willlamsnort, Rochester,
llalialo, and Niagara Falls dally, ex
cept Saturdij, wlm Sleeping Car Wasli
ington to Srspension bridge, via. Buf
falo. X0.40 I. TI- ror Eric, Canandalgua,
Ucx-nester, Bulfalo, and Niagara Falls
daily, Sleeplug Car Washington to EI
For Philadelphia. rev Xorlc, nnd tlio
4,00 P. M. "CO.NGRESSIONALIJM
1TED," daily, all Parlor Cars, with Din
ing Car from Baltimore, ltegularat 7.05
(Dining Carl, 7.20. 9.00. 10.00 (Dining
Car), and 11.00 (Dining Car from Wil
mington) a. m., 12.45, 3.15, 4.20, 0.40,
10.00, and 11.35 p. m. On Sunday. 7.05
(Dining Car), 7.20. 9.00, 11.00 (Dining
Car rrom Wilmli glon) a.m.. 12.10. 3.15,
4.20, 0.40. 10.00, and 11.35 p. in. For
Philadelphia only. Fast Express 7.50 a.
m. week-days. Express. 12.16 week-days,
2.01 and 5.40 p. in. dally. Tor Boston
wltbo'it change, 7.50 a. m. week-days,
and 3.15 p. in. daily.
For Baltimore, 0.25. 7.05, 7.20, 7.50, 9.00,
10.00, 10.30. 11. 00, and 11.50 a. m
12.15,12.45, 2.01. 3.15, 3.40 (4.00 Lim
ited). 4.10. 4.30. 5.40,0.05. 0.40, 7.10,
10.00, 10.40. JA.15, and 11.35 p. in.
On Siiralav, 7.0D. 7.20.9.00. 9.05, 10.30,
11.00 a-m., 12.15. 1.15,2.01.3.15, 3.40
(4.00 Limited!. -1.20, 5.40. 0.05, G.40,
7.10. 10.00. 10.40-and 11.35 p. in.
For Pope's Creek Line. 7.20 a. in. a i.d 4.3G
p. m. daily, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.20. 9.00 a. in., 12.15nnd
4.20 p. m. daily, except Sunday. Sun
days, 0.00 a. m. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Rich
mond, Jacksonville, .and Tampa, 4.30
a. in., 3.40 p. m. dally. Richmond and
Atlanta, 8.40 p. m. daily. Richmond
only. 10.57 n. m. week-days.
Accommodation for tiunitllco, 7.45 a. m.
daily, and 4.25 p. in. week-dajs.
For Alexandria. 4.30. 0.35, 7.45, 8.40,
9.45, 10.57. 11. CO a. m., 12.60, 1.40,
3.20. 4.25. 5.00, 5.37. 0.15, 8.02, 10.10,
and 11.39 p. ra. On Sunday nt 4.30, 7.45.
9.45 a. in., 2.45, C.15, 8.02, and 10.10
Leave Alexandria for Washington, 0.05,
0.43, 7.05. 8.00, 0.10. 10.15, 10.28 a. m.,
1.00, 2.15, 3.00, 3.23. 5.00, 5.30. G.13,
7.00. 7.20. 0.10, 10.52 and 11.08 p. m.
On Sunday al G.43. 9.10. 10.28 n. m.,
2.15, 0.30, 7.00, 7.20, 9.10, und 10.52
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and O
street and at the station Sixth nnd B
streets, where orders can be left for the
checking of baggage to destination from
hotels and residences.
H. M.PRCTOST, J. R. WOOD.
Gen.Maiaccr. Ocn. Passenger Agent.
FOR RENT Unfurnished, 1311 11th
st. nw., several lovely rooms; rented
singly or en suite. no22-5t
FOR RENT Four unrurnlshcd rooms,
with gas, bath nnd range. SlO.BOper
month; two rooms, $7. 15 4th st. ne. Prl-
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms,
all rroin; single or en suite. 033 N. J.'
ave. nw., cor. G'. Price, 55 and SO per
month each. no22-3t
FOR RENT Three rooms suitable for
light housekeeping, S9. Address 2131
Ward place, bet. 21st and 2Clh and SI nnd
FOR RENT Rooms, handsomely fur
nished, with lKiard; three on seeontl
floor and two on third. Call nt 721 11th
St. nw. t,u22-4t
FOR RENT Furnished second siory
backroom, ?5. I1379llist.nw.no22-3t
FOR RENT 715 14th st. nw., fur
nished or partly furnished rooms on.
first floor: also tine on second and tbird
story, firr business or housekeeping. It
FOR RENT Three unfurnished Tonus!
Teal and gas. S12. JiG R st. nw. m22-2l
FOR RENT Two rooms. G14 C St.
se.; rent cheap. It
FOR RENT Two tmrurnlshed front
rooms, parlor with bay wictlowand one
large room adjoining; heat, gas ana uiin,
terms reasonable. 902 O st.nw. no21-:!t
FOR RENT Unfin-. Three second
floor; large; newly lnpcred; S13. 20
I st. ne. no21-3t
FOR RENT 709 II st.nw.. llilrd-fioor
back room; ladles or gentlemen em
ployed preferred. no21-3t
FOR RENT 2 furnished and 3 unfur
nished rooms, for housekeeping; S17
permonih;gas, buth.etc. 237 Pa. ave. nw.
FOR RENT In West End Flats, 2020
KsL uw ;2tirioor; 5 rooms; bath, range,
gas meter, coil vault, storage-room; rers.
required; rent SIC. nol9-7t-em
FOR RENT 2d floor fur. room to
lady, with board; a. m. I.; object, com
pany; also largo hall room; terms rcason
able. No.ClSsU ce. no20-7t
FOR RENT Several pleasant rooms
with goud board, mav be had on reason
able terms at 1225 N btrect northwest.
MISS FANNIE MASON. uo20-4t
FOR RENT Comrortable rooms, with
oicclieur Iwnrd; fine location; S4.50
per week. 71 G Twelfth Bt. nw. no20-3t
FOR RENT 3 nice rooms and bath:
heat: in floor; lfght housekeeping: SI 2
pernio. 520 21st su nw. nov20-3t
FOR RENT 205 A St. se., two fur
nished rooms; entire second floor: heat
nnd gas; light housekeeping. no20-3t
FOR RENT Fur. ami unfur. rooiusfor
iiguc housekeeping. 911 O sUnw.
FOR RENT Three nicely fur. rooms,
with or without board; heat, gas and
baili; convenient to 3 lints street cars. 430
N. Y. nve. nw. i.olG-7t
FOR RENT Furnished: large front
room, mi parlor floor, and adjoining
room. If desired. Apply 821 9lh nw.
FOR RENT Two larre Mjiuruuiiu.it
lug front rooms, first floor, suitable
ror oiriijs or dental parlors, etc.; low rent
to sultablo teuaut. 470 Pa. ave. nw.
FOR RENT Elegant suite of 2 rooms
on 2d noon private bath; suitable for
member of Congress. 024 14th st. nw.
Board next door. no21-7t,cm
Has established the following Branch Agencies, where
Want and Liner Ads will be received at the same rate one
cent a word as at the head office:
Walter J. Boyce, First and N. Y. ave.
H. C, Easterday, cor. G and N. J. ave.
Frank Smith, 4th and G nw.
A. B. McCloskev, 1312 Seventh nw.
R. W. Duffy, Ninth and N nw.
F. M. Criswell, Seventh andT nw.
Edmonds & Williams, Third. and Pa. nw.
W. G. Roe, Seventh and L nw.
Mt Vernon Pharmacy, Ninth and N.
Y. ave. nw.
G. A. Bcntley, 14th and Corcoran nw.
Offul & Blumer, Fourteenth and U uw.
J. Louis Krick, 17th St and Pa. Ave.
-Geo. B, Lock-hart, 1344 32d St , Georget'n.
FOR RENT 2 fur. rooms, 2d floor,
single or en stille; heat and light; a. m.
!.; new house; newly fur.; $8 and $15. 026
I st. nw. no22-2t
FOR RENT 1014 10th su nw., 3 Trent
fur, rooms; tery reasonable. no!7-7t
FOR RjSJNT A tiat of .! large rooms;
all mod. mips.; on 2d floor. Address
1012 lOlh st. nw. iio21-71,em
initlSb. C23EBt.nw. nol8-Gt
FOE RENT Large, unrur. front room,
2Ti-iToor; no other roomers. 1012 10th
st. nw. novl7-7t
FOR RENT Hoard and Rooms Two
nicely furnished front rooms; corner
house: neffr cars and lierdlcs; gentlemen pre
ferred; terms reasonable; refs. 2000 I st.
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms
-on 2ci noor; references excuauged. 037
;id st. ne. item
FOR RENT 'Ihree unfurnished rooms
third floor, with heat, gas and bath;
very central. Apply 010 E si. nw.no!3-tf
WANTED-To leach rapid business
writin;tTa month. IVY INSTITUTE
nUSINESS COLLEUH. Eighth and K. It
IT ANO. Organ, Vocal 31 uslc and theory
iaugnt by J. F. GEUMU1LLER. Oil
I st.nw.; terms moderate. nol7-lni
BUSINESS PENMANSHIP one tlol
lar it month until January- Two nights
n week, from S lo 9. EATON, BURNETT
t HURLINQ Business College, 12th and
i ts. n w. Latlies' Class from 3 to 4 p.m.
WIMODAUGHSIS Classes. 1328
T st. uw,, besinumg November Short
hand, dictation and typewriting, Mrs.
lia-dwln, or Business Hien School; book
AJA L. BMITH. Snpt
MME. J. ESJPUTUV DALT.
Sight singing classes mote chain system).
Studio lll8New 1'ortavenue.
Two lessons weekly. S20 per season.
Mount Vernon Seminary
lUUALtt M A Nil EI EVENTH STULtli-.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
A SELECT ltESIDKNCE AND DAT
school ron young ladies
AND LITTLE U1HL8.
Twenty-nrot tear opens 'ibESPAY. Oo
tober first. Large and ottracuve build
ings, thoroughly equiptied with every re
quisite of a refined home and a progres
Applications for admission of pupils to
the day school mav be madeallerSeptember
firieeiitTf. between the tours of ten and one
o'clock each morning.
MRS ELIZABETH! J. SOMERS.
WANTED-1W1 young people to Join
shorthand dictation classes, which are
now being formed at Wood's Commercial
College. 311 nnd 401 East Capitol st. at
the low rate of S1.00 per month. Send
for catalogue containing pictures of 81
WALTER SCOTT STETSON, teacher of
acting, elocution, dancing. 1324 12th
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR S ALE Desirable . corner lot;
shaded. In Brookland, D. C. DESIR
ABLE. TUintaofflce. no20-2t
WANTED A Ror Oroommoflern flat;
convenient tn 14rh st- car Hue. Ad-
tfress MODERN FLAT, this office- selC-tf
PROFESS ONAL massage. Parties
Buttering wlm ctrrot.ic rheumatism and
nervous ailments speedily cured by Mine.
Colford, 1210 F st. uw. Hours, 10 n. m.
to 9 p.m. Sundays. 2 to 6 p.m.
CO CENTS down; new credit system;
lace curtains; portieres, rugs, table
linen, blankets, quilts, table and piano
emers, china dinner and toilet sets, silver
plated ware, banquet lamps, onyx tables.
Uncus, window stuiues, aioums, etc. Scud
postal. Will bring samples. NORTHEAST
UH2D1T HOUSE, 1210 U Bt. ne. Open
glU p. in. lt
BlIONET due Madame Balrd. If Mrs.
L J. Valesquez Laird will wrile lo
"ATTORNEYS," this office, she will learu
or money due her. Haste, i no22-3t
IF Jou sang tenor Tor 550 j minute joa
would be "hot sturr;" It will compen
sate you to see those splendid subs and
oiercoaln, almost new." wc' are stlilig
fora oiig. JUSTH'S OLD STAND. 019 D
St. nw; ' no!9-7t
FIRST-CLASS lurummcs can bo
secured nt boo 13tli st. nw. Paper-
liaLgers, pointers, brlilge ami structural
Iron workers, carpenters, Iatln-rd, plaster
erx, mllal'oringiiieiiofttaykijiil. WORK
INGMEN'S LI1 I1AKJ AND Ill'REAU OF
LAI1QR. 000 13lh st.nw. Telephone. TOO.
M. p. SI I ENK. Clerk. no5-tf
HITVJ eTJROOICE ttllsall theevents
or lire; all business confidential; ladles
and gentlemen, CO reins each: hours !i a.
in. to 9 p. in- C03 New York uvt. nw-,
near Ctli st. no3-14t
DR. TAYLOR. ul"5 F st.nw.. nink-9
fui sou of teeth for SB- Mitlsfnctlon
jrunranteed; teeth extracted without pats.
gold filling. SI: amalgam. BOe. se4-tf
PEOF. LLAV oiin-tniit-stei.iaiiiUihKl
auvertisius dalrcojaul and nie
tllum. cuiiaUU him ot business, mxr
rlage, . love, lost ot stolen prop
erty; tells who are your enecdes: htiw lo
at oiil tln-ni nnd overcome all troubles;
brings separated together and causes
fpeedy marriage with one ynu lote; by
proper advice removes etll lnfluerc-
and spills; sittings 50 cenis: no charges
for silling unless s.illrietl. Lours, 10 t'i 9;
open Suudny. 489 II st., bet. 4 1-2 and 6ta
Bts. sw. oc24-tf.cni
LADIES needing cnnfldeuiial treat
ment. A safe and sure relief in nil
female trouMp. cnnlipailon. Irregulari
ties, tuninr. rancr. plum habit, fi.mi,
etc Pecxirate looms for rtatleitts tfori
nnd during eonfli'Muent, and find Imrce
for Infants If required. Strictly is-nfiden-OaL
AIR8. IR. EliNNEK. 10 Fourth t
ne . near E- Capnol st Wastiiugiiiii. U. C
MME. ESTELLE tHisall events of
lire: gltes udvice la tlomestlo troubles;
strictly confidential: nnd liealt all kind)
of snria. the latter lor ladies only: hours.
9 a. in. to 10 p. m. 913 Huh st. nw.
nw.. carpet lining, felt", fire nrtck ana
rlav. asbestos, mints, brusli. lime, cement.
twonnd three-ply roofing rnatcrlaLapr21 tf
ALL mental arts. rhyslcal CUlure.
How to get health, wealth ami true
happiness, successfully taught In six
Ussons. DR. McLEAN, 719 6th st. nw.
PROFESSIONAL massage. Parties
satiedug with chronic rheumatism and
nervous ailments spetdily cured bv lime.
Colford. 1210 F su tjw. Hours. 10 a. iu.
to 9 p in.; Sundays. 2 to 0 n. m.
WALL jPA-RERS-CHAULES N.
EVANS. 222 13tli st.sw. nolG-7t
M. McNulty, 1336 Fourteenth nw.
H. Hage, 2153 Pa. ave. nw.
Daniel D. Mulcahy, N. Cap. and I sts.
J. E. "Woodford, Fifth and II ne.
A. P. Geier, 13th and II ne.
J. W. Johnson, 49 H ne.
W. F. Mackay, 821 H uc.
Hoyle & Co., Fourth and East Capitol.
F. P. Weller, Eighth and I se.
Thomas A, Dobyns, Second and Pa. ave.
Joseph Linden, 406 Eighth se.
Joseph Petignat, 609 Seventh sw.
V. W. Hall, jr., 722 4 st sw.
W. D. Brace, 30th and M sts., Georgct'n.
J. W. Jennings, 1142 Conn. Ave. N.'W.
V vr.V WASTED A.VP TO LOAN.
TT. TC. FULTON'S 'n "iflce. 1218
Pa. ave. nw. Established In 1870.
Money loaned on watches, diamonds, Jew
elrv, silverware, etc. Special liargalns In
wflirlfs. jewelry, and silverware. au20-0fa
MONEY to man on tsinc's, slocks, trusts,
loan cssocialioa certificates, and old
Una liro Insurance policlrs; no deiav
YEICKES A HAKTHR.
40 to 46Mrt7omn Hmg
MONET" TO LOJV.N l" large sum?,
or as low- as friio. at r nnd 0 per
rent on D C. real estate: also S2r.O. $000.
S750. elc. at 0 per cent WM. II. SAUN
HERS i CO.. 1407 F su nw tf
if OlsfEV TO LOAN All closes ot
renl estate loans m:nl with promptness
si cureut rates THEMcLACHLEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor'
ner loth end O streew nw . m9-tf
WASTED -The loan or 58,000 na first
class wsiuo property: no asents. 70d
1 fi tli st. ta!2tf
MONRY lo lonn at 6 and u ler cent.
'on District r f Columbia realty: uu delay
If security Is satisfactory.
WALTER H ACiCEK. 704 14lh nw
WANTED POSTAGE STAMPS.
WAMTED-Department stemps; will
buy all kinds and any quantity and pay
the biziiest cash prices obtainable. U. F.
DUNKHOP.ST, 1000 7lh st. nw.
1898 etlitlon postage 6tnmp albums
Just received; prices, 51.50 to 510.00.
including set or stamps, hinges nnd cata
logue; 1893 to 189 5 510.00, SO .00,
53.50 and 52.50 albums sold at half
price to make room for lbt0 editlois.
We buy collections anil U. S. and foreign
stamps in anv quantltyat highest or your
own price. C. F. ROTHFUCUS, 3D!? 1-2
Pa. ave. no20-tf
WAKTED-ltousc of about 7 rooms;
.all m. l.; within easy reach II. H.
Jlcnjplcr, optician, Glh and Pa. avc Ad
dress Box 25, ibis ounce. no21-3t
FOR RENT 522; In suburb; 9-rocms
and bxtn, a.m. J.;concrctecelIar; porches,
large lot, stable, elc, one and one-half
squares from cars. Address OWNER, this
office, halt hour to District buildings.
FORJRENT SuburlKtn. at Brookland.
D. C, 2 blocks from cars, 7-room frame;
cellar, bath and attic; latrobe, range; hot
nn.) iil.l n-nt... T. I 1 C3 ltt f IflRD
cellar, bain and attic; latrobe, range; hot
and told water. Inquire 1. S. HOLD DQE,
inw RnL-A .5- Prt. iiaIA.1 tt.1
FPU I1F.XT-STA1HX1 ,
FOR RENTPsseIon December 15,
a fine stable, 25xS0 feet, two apart
ments: every convenience; live stalls, with
plenty of room for more; adjacent lo COO
Eleventh st. se.. where annly:. can rent
connected clght-roorii dwelling on front
street If desired.
FOR BENT HALL.
FOR RENT-2d nnd 3rd story halls,
20x76 feet; can be used for business
purposes. No. 031 La. ave.
FOR SALE RO USES.
FOR SALE At a sacrarice, 4-room
brick, nw.. No. 2117 Chester court,
alloy between 13th. 14th. V snd Wsts.:
rere chance for small investment 3lall
offer to OWNER, 313 Bth St. sc. uol7-4t
FOB It ENT DOUSES.
FOR RENT 12a8 Duncan st. ne., 7
rooms; all mod. imps.; nearly new;
$15.30. JOHN W. MOUUIS, 614 F St.
FOR RENT-Large ten-room brick;
all m. u 905 U St., near four lino cars;
convenient-neighborhood; $20.50. Owner,
1323 Rhode Island ave. nw. no20-3t
FOR RENT House of 10 rooms nnd
bath: newly painted and papered; will
do for a small store and living house lo a
permanent tenant cheap; located centrally.
810 10th sL nw. no20-3t
FOR RENT 2022 K St. nw , pressed
brick; bay window front; G rooms and
bath;all mod. Imp : large yards and closets;
red'ired rent. Key2G20Kst
FOR RENT New, excellent condll ion,
8-room; large parlor; a. ra 1.: cellar,
furnaie, stationary wusutubs, drying flat,
tiack alley; cars pass door. 900 11th st
se.; $22; key at OOP nol9-7t-em
FOR ItMT-'431 N. J. ave. nw., 7
rooms and bath; bay window, press
brick front; nice condition: all modern
improvements: only S24, If taken nt once.
LAT1MEU& NESUIT. 1321 (1st. uol7-7t
FOR RENT By A. II. LEE &. SON,
13Jf tf sL 1022 Piercu pL, nw.. 8
rooms and b., $25. 1021 4th St. nw., 7
rooms and b $22.50. 1315 -1 1-2 st,
jsw., G rooms and bath, S1CM). no!7-Ct
GO CENTS tltiwn: no home complete
without I hem. See I'ersunals. lt
tjtJ'2' our coal, wood, and cole nt the
d imp, 321 K st- ne., telephone No. 742;
coal $1.50 per ton. no22-2t
CANCERS cureu without the kuire;
ample references. Sanitarium, 1320
G st. nw. CHARLES ALLEN, M. D.
LACE CURTAINS laundered; 35c.
n. TenUi Street Laundry, 724 10th
st. nw. no20-3t
FASHIONABLE dressmaker, late
of plilladelphltt and New York, desires
first-class work; terms reasonable. MRS.
HARRINGTON. 428 II st.nw. nol9-7t
HATS trimmed or retrimmed, Parls.an
style, 50 cents. 023 E st. nw. Upstairs.
lit AAa, 222 13Ui St. SW.
jriST i:l.Ci:iVED Fine lot ynucg Oa
tiau jiarrtts. guarant-eil to talk: also
nionk?fs. t-anailes. mocking blnls, gold
fWi. d.:gs. and fat.y pigeons. SCUMID'8.
712 12 n st- nw., branch 1221 i'u. ave.
GUNS. Itllltss. Retolters, loading tools,
nuuters' outfits, watches. Jewelry,
guitars. tio.'Ins. banjos, mandolins, at about
one-naif ngular ilealers' iirices at PAWN
fcHOP. N 1O09 E ft. nw ocl-Oinn
LOST Silk hai dkerchief, initial letter
E : on 'ltnrd street. Return to 1339 F
st. nw. It
LOST Nov. 19, gold baseball medal. F.
binAFI"EH. ti.irr.-ui hngratuig and
Printing. Return to 713 3d st. nw. and re
ceive reward. It
WANTED-A good grocery and meat
store i.criuwcsl or northeast. Address
BUSINESS, this office. po21-:tt
WANTED- Partner Ina manufacturing
ijutinVVe,. with $f,000 capital. Ad
dress STONE, this office. no20-3t
1VANTED IIOA HPK HS.
iOARDINC-015 Sixth SL nw.: table
board f4 per week. iio22 Ot
A. gentleman and wife, occupying a
pleasant suite of rooms on Omni placo
nw.. would like two or three table board
ers: everything clean, wholesome, and
homelike; rice people only. Addrey Box
25, this office; no2l-3t
ONE Dollar er day. The Templar, 207
Pa. avenue nw. Warm rooms and
excellent, board. 54 to 5G per week.
STOLEN 'Ho Victor bicycle, No.C.1,501:
nejrly new; information to recover
same will be rewarded. B. E. DAKIN,
12J0 New York ave. It, em
310HE GOLD 1VlTUDltA"WN.
Toduy'H Exports Will Deduce tlio lle-M-rto
The Treasury Department was Informed
yesterday afternoon of the withdrawal of
5300,000 In gold at New York for export
to Europe. This red uccs the Treasury gold
reserve to 580,304,537.
Of this reserve about S32.000.000 Is
in gold coin against which there nre no
gold certificates held. The gold .coin
holdingsat New York, because of the recent
heavy exports of gold, have become less
than it Is customary to have in the sub
treasury and gold coin has been ordered
shipped from the Philadelphia Mint to
replenish Hie depleted stock of gold coin
on hand nt New York.
The Philadelphia Mint Is now nt work
on full time and has been, for several weeks
past. In turning gold bullion into coin.
Tlie coinage this month nt the mint will
be unusually heavy.
iltitl Ktiiio Tmntforn.
Deed3 of tranrer were filed for record
yesterday as lollows:
Joseph Forrest to Allen M. Clark, lots
E. F and O, square 36, 520, quit claim.
Margaret E. Dorset- ct ux to Isabella.
-McDowell, part of lot 7, square 090, 5100.
ilost Rev. James Gibbons, Archbishop of
llaltlmorc. et al., to UedrieM Proctor,
lot 3. Samuel Davidson's subdivision of
lote In square 107, 59,000. Charles R.
Newman to Mary N. Floyd, sublot 101,
Hclston'a subdivision of original lots 1
and 2. square 917, 510. Alice Elliott et
ux to Alorgaut A. Robinson, lot 30, Coul
ter's subdivision of original lot 2. Le
Droit Park, 53,875. Reginal W. IScall to
Minnie M. Strayer, lot 4, lioyd M. Smith's
subdivision nr lots 148 and 1 19, Hcatty
& Haweins'nddltionto Georgetown, 50,500.
Simon Oppenncinier et ux to Edgar R.
Muiser, lots 20 and 27, Hnyck's subtil
vision of lots in 6quare 850. $10. Robert
M. LIbbey lo John D. Sullivan, lots 27 and
28. square G, 51,500. Charles T. Hughes
to Wlnfield S. Aregood, lot 29, block 11,
Tlio Hossotv HrotUerH In n Seventh.
Yesterday morning the two midget
brothers paid a visit to Lanshurgli Bros,
store. They naturally created con'ider
able excitement amongst the customers of
the store. They were promptly taken In
charge by Mr. I. Oans, the genial mau
ager, who piloted them round the Immense
store and showed them the attention that
he accords to every visitor.
Tiey were very much pleased with the
8to7 and flattered at the attention they
received on all sides.
BQBBEBY RECORD GROWS
Four Weeks Show a Long List of
So Many Offlccrn Ilnvo Been With
drawn to Guard Hie Willi o House,
Public I)nlldiiiKtniid Official Social
Function That Too Few Are Left
to PreMorvo tlio Peace.
There is n marked disparity In the num
ber of robberies reported to the police
nnd tbo njiuber of police to IntejjUgatu
these, robberies. The metropolitan police
font) numbers. Including lieutenants, ser
geants, and detectives, about 457, and
within the past four mouths fully twice
that number of rucljeries have been re
ported. Of those reiiorted, only a very
small number have been run down and the
property recovered or arrests made.
The head3 of the Department rcahie the
inadequacy of the present rorcelu point of
numbers lo properly cope with tho waves of
crime that from time to lime sweep not
only over this city, but the whole country,
and a strong effort will be made before the
close of the prtseiit year to increase the
membership or the force by nearly 100.
.tt pire ,it .ijIiiobi u luiu oi tne- force is
withdrawn from patrol duty and detailed
on speclil work, such as the Executive
Mansion, local gotemnicent departments,
etc. Thii leaves considerably less than
400 men to patrol 73 square miles of ter
ritory and furnish police protection to
PROPERTY NOT RECOVERED.
But especially is the inadequacy of the
preseut force saown in the vast number of
robberies reported to police headquarters
daily, and of the inability of the police in
most cases to recoter the property and
make arrests. Witblti the past four weeks
tweuty cases of housebreaking Iu Hie night
and 142 larceny acses have been reported
at headquarters and entered on the books.
As soon nB a hirctny case, even of the
most trifling nature, is reported, a detec
tive Is assigned to investigate it. but wlih
only about eight headquarters' men on ac
tive outsiJe duty. it. is tery difHcult for
them to gite cacn Individual case the at
tention it requires.
Following is a list of the housebreakings
and roblieries that have been reported
within the past lour wecksr
THE HOUSEBREAKING CASES.
A. Z. TYSSOWSKI, a gents' lurmsher,
at No. 720 Flitceutn street, reported that
their store was entered through a rear win
dow on the night ol October 22, and a
large quantity of goods and 513 In money
C. E. DAVIS, living on Omaha street,
lirookland, D. C, reported that Ids hen
house was broken into nti the night of Oc
tober 23 and twelve chickens stolen.
WM. D. RAYMOND of Richmond, Vn.. re
ported that on the night of October 27 he
was held up In the Capitol grounds nnd
robbed of a gold watch and ciatnaud 51S
TYUEE & CLINE. druggists, of No. 101
Massachusetts avenue i.on beast, rejxirted
that their store was entered during the
night of the 31si or October and the money
drawer rifled of 515iu cash.
Mrs. WALSH, or No. 349 G street south
west, reported that her house was broken
Into on Hie nlht of Notember 1, and some
clothing and carpet stolen.
T. G. WHI1E, or No 1127 Twentieth
street northwest, reported on the 12th
instant that his store was entered and n
quantity of cgars and other goods stolen.
Mrs. ANNIE THOMAS. 'of 71G Tlonda
avenue, reported November 14 that her
house was broken into in the night, and
she was robl cd of 525 in cash.
Mia. HENRY O. TOWLES or 914 H
street northwest complained tbat her house
was broken into on the night of the 14th
inst. and a quantity of marketing was car
W. W. WARFIELD or No. 2110 Pennsyl
va nlaavcnuenorlh west was vlsltedby some
transom-workers on the night or the 17th
nnd a lot or provisions and a nickel clock
went away with them.
MISS ELLA LEE, living on Wisconsin
avenue, in the e-ounty, reported a house
breaking ease on the night ot the 18th
by which she lost 551 In cash.
F. A. CAYS or No. 121 C street was
held up by two men while walking near
bis home, and-robbed of a valuable ring.
KARL OUEKMEYER, ot No. 310
Li-ntn strtvi i.iitiiueot. reported yester
day that his saloon was entered Tuesday
night and a watch and chain, 2 in money
and a quantity of cigars, tobacco and
MAURICE FITZGERALD, of No. 203
F street southwest, reported that his
stable was entered on theuighl of the 16 111
and a set of ot nicklc-platcd buggy har
THE SMALL THEFTS.
Larcenies wore committed on the dates
OCTOBER 20 D. A. Sanford ot No. 336
Indiana utenue, robbed of a kodak; Geo.
W. Redman of Anacostia. clothes; Geo. F.
Beck of 4b7 Missouri avenue, gold ttatch.
0CTO11EU 21 M. Marean ol No. 1900
Lincoln avenue northeast, 100 feet ot gar
Icn hose; Mrs. E. Coleman, of No. 477
Ridge street northwest, watch and satchel;
and Mrs. R. Norris of No. 91 1 F street north
OCTOBER 22-E. 8. Velati. 724 Ninth
street northwest, sleeve buttons; Scnor
1). D. Gaua, Chilean minister, a bicycle:
Henry M. Statz. 709 Irving street, 55
in money; II. J. Pippit. 13 1-2 D street,
cutaway coat with 545; Joseph Roouey,
118 B street northwest, clothes; A. P.
Clark, Jr., C05 F street northwest, over
coat, hat and shoes: Moses Robinson, fc03
P strevr. an Eagle bicycle.
OCTOBER 23 Mrs. A. L. Harlclon, No.
1210 Ninth street, pocketbook contain
las 60.23. R. W. Talks, 1846 Seventh
street northwest, harness.
OCTOBER 24 Mrs Fitzpatrlck, corner
Third and P streets northwest, slot ma
cniue. John Erhardt, 70 Massachusetts ave
nue, $4 cash, gold chain and locket and
revolver. P. R. Cunningham, G21 East
Capitol street, gold scarf pin with ruby
set, and Mr. J. Tubman, No. 721 Eleventh
street northwest, a plain gold ring.
OCTOBER 25 M. A. Tappan, No. 1013
Pennsjlvanla avenue, bicycle; Maria Smith,
No. 1017 R street northwest, black cape;
B. Blumenthal, No. 1812 Seventh street
northwest, ctolhirg; A. C. Armstrong, No.
No. 1343 W street northwest. 513; W. J.
McMulIcn. 1008 C street southwest, gold
watch and chain; Charles Clipper, No. 1442
Pierce street, clollies. anil J. M. Coleman,
No. 021 Florida avenue, carpet.
OCTOBER 20 S. W. Flynn. No 90S
Eighth street, clothes; M. Hurker, No.
493 L street southwest, stable articles;
Catherine S. Young, No. 1014 Marlon
street, small clock; Uenj. Tubman, No. 438
DO V01 VJkflT
If so, sign this coupon and send it to
THE TIMES, where it will be added to a
monster petition to be presented to Congress.
dM dt7i9 --..- . -. 0 -
You are faying twice v hat you should.
Ufa IwOiSiUi 0
Low fees and scientific methods have tri
umphed. Ills reception-rooms nro full every
Tliis well-known and popular specialist
has made permanent his offer to treat
all chronic, special, and nervous disease
at the uniform rate of
$5 a Month
And all remedies furnished. His tremen
dous success as a practitioner has madi
his name familiar as a household word.
He quickly relieves and permanently euro
all chronic, nervous, and siecial diseases.
Catarrh, asthma, bronchitis, rheumatism,
dyspepsia, constipation, night loises. emis
sions, varicocele, failing iwwer. and strit
ture all yield to his scientific methods ot
Dr. Walker's offices arc centrally located
on the second floor of his well-known sani
tarium, 1411 Pennsylvania avcaue north
west. Ofricc hours, 10 a. m. to 5 p.m.;
Wednesdays and Saturdays from 7 to 8
p. ni.; Sunday, 10 to 12.
New York avenue, carpet, and Thomas J.
Long, No. 1419 I street, overcoat.
OCTOBER 27 James E. Ecnnett,
No. 1322 L street southeast,
gun; William Evans. No. 945 E
street, bicycle: Mrs. E. Making McDonakL
No. 00 Sixth street northwest, watch;
and Robert Tuckston, No. 483 Missouri
OCTOBER 23. D. M. SulUvan, No. 2
I street northwest, pair gold cuff-buttons;
William M. -Matthews. No- 123 C street
northeast, silver walch and chain, and
Edward Murray, No. 022 Louisiana avenue,
one pair shoes.
OCTOBER 29 J. C. Hundley, No. 1215 1
street norhwest, pockctbook anil $05;
Mary Smith, No. 403 Four-and-a-bair
street, clothing, nnd E. A. Hilton, No. 405
East Capitol street, poctctbook and 511.
OCTOBER 30 E. K. Cutten, No. 1322 K
street northwest, overcoat; H. Friedlander,
overcoat: II. Bogus, No. 917 D street,
watch; 0. Ka tenia n, 930 E street, over
coat; L. IU Moore, 1611 Ninth street, over
coat: 8. A. Syme, No. 2217 Washington
Circle, hat; B. WIrgerfleld. No. 1103 Penn
sylvania avenue, overcoat, and Loeb &
OCTOBER 31 Mrs. Mary W. Cnrtis.No.
219 Ninth street, sdver soap ladle.
NOVEMBER 1 M. F. Eiseman, No. 421
Seventh street northwest, overcoat; Mrs.
E. A. Duncan, No. 1109 B street, gold pin
set with rubies; W. T. Holland, No. 1 732
Tenth street, otercoat, and Armenia Wil
son. It street, near Third. $31.00 cash.
NOVEMBER 3 A. Vlazie, the Elstnere,
c-ff lxittous and guld pin, with ruby set
tings; N. A. Ball. No. 13 C street north
east, shoes, pants, and a watch; Annie
Williams, 1534 Fifth street northwest,
51.40 iu cash; James P. Kenyon. No. 514
Sixth street northwest, coat and vest;
George F. Kearney, No. 01 E street north
west, overcoat; Mrs. U. A. Key, Concord
flats, 550 In money: Mrs. Walslio, 349
G street southwest. carpeL
NOVEMBER 4 Daniel Luylll, No. 318
Fourteenth street, overcoat; F. 8. CatitlL,
1K0O Pennsylvania avenne, saTety bicycle;
William Murphy. 129 Twelrth street north
east, two gold rings, gold chain and
NOVEMBER 0 J. M. B. Shepherd. No.
1S00 Pennsylvania avenue northwest, over
coat and pair of gloves; P. E. Murray. No.
1832 Twentieth slreet northwest over
coat nnd pair -dogskin gloves, and E. T.
Elgin, No. 1C44 Sixth street northwest
two swinglrg lamps.
NOVEMBER 6 L. E. Grimes. No. 1318
Twenty-eighth street northwest, set ot
buggy harness; Dr. John J. Drawtiangli,
No. IS Sixth street, medicine; James Ball.
No. 4C1 Washington street, suit of gray
clothes; and Harry Compton. herdic driver,
cash box. $10 in cash and twenty-four
November 8 nelen Oray. Dlgyb Bell
Opera Company, gold watch, chain, und pin;
Jam es Williams, No. 334 Bstrect south west;
dark chinchilla overcoat; William W. Ed
wards, 014 Third street northwest, cuta- '
way coat and vest, and William R. Frye,
2107 Twelfth street northwest, buggy
November 9 John H. Gray. 314C street
southwest, cloth overcoat and coat and
November 10 W. W. Delano. 1410 New
Jersey avenue, Henry Clay camera, and
James E. Bean. AVoodmore, Md., new oter
coat. November 11 John Day.No. 126 Virginia
avenue southwest, suit of clothes, oter
coat. antl gold breastpin, and Joseph Avcro,
No. 120 Purtly court. 590 In money.
The daily reports have not diminished In
length, there Iielng an average of over ten
reported every day.
RECORD OP THB COURTS.
Court of Appeals Chief Justice Alvey
and Justices Shepherd and McComas.
Bradshawetai. vs. Stoll; opinion nfMrmlng,
with costs. Judgment of court lielow.
Hetzel vs. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad;
argued by Attornev Hamilton for aprelleo
and by Attorney Davldge for appelkint.
Washington Gaslight Company vs. Eclc
loff; argued by Attorneys Llndsey nnd
Webb for appellant and Attorney Colbert
for appellee. Reynolds ct al. vs. Rice et
al.; dismissed with costs for failure to
to print record. National Express and
TransjKirtntloii Company vs. Burdetto;
Equitv Court. No. 1 Chief Justice Bing
ham. Bolseau vs. Marbury; appearanca
of absent defendant ordered.
Orphans' Court Justice nagner. Es
tate of James E. Young: order to show
caue served on Thomas E. Young. Estate
of Caleb J. Gibson: will proved by William
J. Oatcs. George Perry, and Harriet Des
mond, and proof of publication filed.
Estate of Andrew J. wood; receipt for
SI, 000 and release of executor by Frant
Dvsont ami Cora B. Dysont. and bond of
Henry W. Tinker and Anna M. Tinker for
same amount filed.
Criminal Court. No. 1 Justice Cole
Gaither vs. Hall; Jury sworn and rc-pltcd:
grand Jury reported, returning two true
lulls for setting up gaming tables against
Daniel II. Ferry and Samuel C. Heald. Jr..
resr-ctlvcly: Information against William
Criminal Court. No. 2 Justice Cox.
United States vs. Ernest E. Patton: big
amv: verdict guilty and sentence eighteen,
moulhs. United States vs. Frederick Hcr
lK?rt, embezzlement; Jury sworn. United
States vs. Daniel U. Ferry, setting up gam
ing table: defendant's bond taken, penally,
51.000, with J. Sprigg Poole as surety.
I'niteil States vs. Samuel C. neald. Jr.,
setting up a gaming table; defendant's tvid
taken, penalty, 51.000, with J. Sprig
Poole as surety.
Low Hntes to Baltimore on Account
of the Pluillco Hitce-s.
The Pennsylvania Railroad will sell, on
account of the rimllco races, November 19,
23 nnd 2S, for any regular train, up to ana
including 12:10 noon, and returning, good
on any regular train on date of issue, ex
cursion tickets to Baltimore at rate of
$1.23, including admission coupon. In
addition, excursion tickets will be sold
dallycxcept Sunday, during the period ol
the races, Washington to Baltimore and re
turn, good for six days, at rate or 52, la
eluding admission coupon.
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