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THE MOnftlN& TgtMESr JMLOPATr DECEMBER 0, 1895.
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NAVAL ENGINEER RESERVE
Senator, Tillman Has a Bill Which
Aims at This.
Priii-.-M tii K-tnbllhti Special Techno-
loKlcnl Courwn at Ajrxicuturiil
mid -M-cliiiulcul Colleges.
Senator Tillman of South Carollua rests
his record as a reformer In hl State on
the establishment of two splendid colleges,
one for women at Rock Iliil, and the oilier
at Fort Hill, the latter being appropriately
enojsh the home of hla,one-tlinu predeces
sor In the Senate, John C. Calhoun.
Mr. Tiilman, who has been assigned to
the Naval Committee, has now in hand
a hill, the object of which is In general
terms lo supplement the work done at the
Naval Ai.iut.iiy by proper Instruction at
Uioagricuiiar.il and mechanical colleges of
the United Stales. Oneof the bestof tliese
Is the Clemsoii College of South Carolina.
This bill, it Is understood, will recelfe
the sujiporl of many of the Senators, and
especially Senator Squire of Oregon,
Within the next few weeks a number of
wooden war vessels on the Atlantic coast
will be disposed of In some way, and it
has been suggested thaujlielr machluery
be utilized at some of the leading scientific
colleges. Of the vessels which must go
are the rrankllu and the Wabash, which
might be sent for illustrative purposes to
a Virginia and Massachusetts college.
The scope of the bill Is somewhat larger
than this. In addition to encouraging the
students, increasing the elficiency of the
Naval Academy by bringing the institu
tion into friendly livalry witli other scien
tific colleges, and prodding a naval en
gineering reserve without cost tothegovcrn-
rneiit, there :s another educational reature
in the bill By increasing the number of
naval engineers it will be possible to pro
vide professors of mechanical rngiii'-eting
as contemplated bj the act of l-ebruury 29,
lfi'G.i When it is remembered ttiat the
directors of the scientific colleges of
Harvard anil Cornell Universities are ex
naval cngii.eers, and that the professors of
inechnuical t-uginecrlng at the Unlvcisity
of Pennsylvania anil the University of
Michigan were also ex-members of tho same
corps, one can get nn Idea of the class of
men who would be sent.
This bill makes It compulsory for theNavy
DepartuiPHttodct all such auoffieer to every
scientific institution which shall establish a
cotne of engineering satisfactory to the
Secretary of the Nay. The educational
feature of this measure therefore has Jour
great objects in view; Primarily, proildlngu
naai engineering reseervc for time of war
withoiitcot tothegovermnent. Secondly,
assisting the scleral scientific institutions
by detailing well-qualified instructors of
marine and mechanical engineering without
costito the respective collegts. Thirdly,
cncoijraglng the study of the mechanic arts
and hciences by rewarding the meritorious
student, anil offering an incentive to study
to others. Fourthly, placing the Naal
AcadcmyJn friendly ri airy with technolog
ical institutions of equal standing.
TilEOSOl'HY AS A. SCIENCE.
3Ir.i It.. L. Lfrcir. Lecture Before
Tin) usual public meeting of the Theo
sopljical Society was held in the upper
hall or the Mctzcrott Building last even
ing, the speaker lieing Mr. U. L. Lerch of
this city. Ills subject was 'Scientific
Thcosophy," which he chose in order to
show tliat while theosophy presented some
strange and even weird ideas, it was,
nevertheless, truly scientific
It harmonized, the lecturer declared, all
three dpp-irtraents of human knowledge, on
the liasis of the revelations contained In
the ancient "Wisdom Religion," only a
portion of which had been made public as
yet. And, though conflicting hero and
there with scientific as well as religious
dogma, It furnished the most complete
system now extant, and une toward which
the thinking world -was working so rap
idly that probably the next fifty years
would see its main ideas currently ac
cepted. THE .-ECULAIt LEAGUE.
Cthic-ul Sioh'ty Ilolcln mi InterCKtlnn
Jlretlnj; und Changer. Its Nnmo.
The second meeting of the Secular League
was hclil at Sheldon's Hall jesterday af
ternoon. In accordance with the program laid
down by the cvecutive board, a paper was
read ami the subject considered and dis
cussed in five-minute speeches.
The paper was by Dr. W. A. Croffut.
entitled "Enlightened Self-interest," or
Why Ulght Is Right aud Wrong Is Wrong."
The discussion was participated in by
Messrs. Pcachln, Uurbugc, Birney, Carter.
Godwin and others.
The executive board then reported In
favor of adopting "The Secular League"
as the permanent name for the organiza
tion Instead of the Ethical Society, under
which latter the organization was ef
fected a week ago.
The league is not an oath-bound society.
It will stand for absolute divorce between
Church and State, for the upbuilding of
good government and for practical week
Author Fischer's Scurfpin.
Henry W. rischcr is one of the few emi
nent writers ou foreign events for Amer
ican magazines who have had a genuine
experience abroad. He wears in his scarf
a handsome pin, unique and odd, because
it Is unclassified. The Emperor of Germany
presented it to him last year. Mr. Fischer
bad translated Von Moltkc's works for a
New l'ork publishing house and Bent a
copy to his Imperial majesty. A fewmonths
later, when in London, Mr. riscber was
asked to call on the German ambassador,,
who gave him the scarfpin from the em
peror, with the gracious message that
the kaiser could not accept a girt and rer
main in the debt of an American citizen.
A prominent New x'ork jeweler can not.
Identify tbc gem, which Is extremely fi
nable. The plu contains a large, oval stone, with
out brilliancy, but with the marvelous
coloring of onyx. A golden serpent nhds
its colls about the Jewel and has two large
diamonds for eyes.
No matter what jour disease or how
long jou have sutrered DR. WALKEP
will cure you. Jllon't be skeptical of this
great physician's power. Thousands have
been cured by bis wonderful skill and
treatment. Hundreds conic dally to his
private sanitarium, 1411 l'enusylvanla av
enue, to be cured. And all Dr. Walker
charges lor treatment, medicines, ULd ap
pliances is $5 a month. Catarrh, Asthma,
Ilroiichltls, Piles, Neuralgia, Consumption
Constipation. Indigestion, Rheumatism,
Diseases or Women, Private and Delicate
Diseases, ami all Diseases of Ear, Nose,
Throat,- Luiigs, Stomach, Heart, Liver.
Ktdnejs, Itowels, niadiler, (tectum, Ilinod,
or Skin; Lost Manhood, Night Losses, Var
icocele and Stricture readily yield to Dr.
Walker's wonderful power. Seu lilin to
day about uur case. Office hours dallv
from 10 to 5. In addition, on Wednesdays
anil Saturdays from 7 to 8 p. in. Sundajs.
10 to 12.
D It ESS ALLOWANCE.
Even Wltli Short I'utmj Strings a
Woman May DreM Well.
It Isn't in the power of every woman
-to create a handsome and comprehensive
wardrobe out, of Jwo costumes and a few
Inexpensive accessories, but she can do
a great ileal toward It ir she studies ber
own points and is willing to do a little
hard work and harder thlnklug to ac-
"Conipllsh this end.
- One of her first necessities Is the abil
ity to use her needle with taste and
"neatness, and to possess the faculty of
putting materials together without in
congruousness. The woman of limited
'means must ivear a great deal or black
.as a foundation fabilc, s.ijs the New
York Ledger. If ber regulation cos
tume Is blue, her'dear 500 friends or roes,
as the case may be, always know her by
"If there isn't Mrs. A. In that eer
Lastiug blue satin dress," said one woman
to another., "She has worn that dress
for three Seasons, and on ecry great
occasion It bobs up serenely with new trim
mings on It." .
Of course one might make the same
criticism on a black dress, but it Is not so
conspicuous. JV woman of alternatUes
has a dress that answers various purposes,
and as she has the reputation of bujlng a
new black satin-lress etcry season, she
gets the credit for having half a dozen
"costumes when, In reality, she has but
Her latest achievement Is a catln skirt In
which are adjustable side panels. The
-waist, which Is round, and fits her per
fectlly. Is made with removable sieves.
These button in under rurfle-shaped epaulets
'that conceal the point of union.
., TJjp waist Is cut, with low corsagcyand
Hbere- are doubleT'shouIder straps or bands
fin cither side.
When stie desires to be exceptionally
dresy, she removes her sleeves, dons a
guhnpehaped waist of chiffon, with very
full elbow -sleeves"! settles the shoulder
strdps trimly over the diaphanous fabric,
laces in panels of puffed chiffon, and
encircles her not tod slender waist with a
handsome belt with sash ends, and is
ready for the most ceremonious occasion.
She Is invited to a somewhat Informal
dinner, and .an almost entirely different
costume makes Its appearance. Sleeves of
satin, brocaded with bright figures, are
ct-In the skirt, and a collarette with a
thick lining Is fastened over the shoulders.
This makes costame Nd. 2.
Does she desire to appear decollete, the
waist with double straps is worn, with
merely a narrow-puffing of tulle around
lhcrjeck, and the satin puffs and panels
matching the dressa are fitted in.
For this one dress there are half a dozen
changes ln.co.Ior and material.
-WHAT A DOG CAN KNDUHE.
One Went Twenty -two Days With
Some t cry long survivals arc on record,
but none, perhaps, more interesting or re
markable than a well-authenticated case
which comes -from Farnce. Mr. Gely, a
farm superintendent, at Uampierre, In the
Department of the Upper Snone, has a dog
.named llfgolct, -which, although past ten
years old and almost toothless, has never
abated the activity of his warfare against
all the animals of the field, and especially
against foxes. A short time ago, as Mr.
Gely, with his dog, was passing the mouth
of a fox-burro w, Itlgolet made a sudden and
furious de-sccnt on the burrow, showing
plainly that it was Inhabited. It had so
spieious tfnork-nlffg that thedog forced him
self Into it quite out of sight. Presently the
master heard the tumult ofa combat within.
Tlie dog was ba-klng fiercely. Then there
came a sound of a caving in, and the noise
ceased. Either Rlgolet had been silenced
by the fox, or he bad been engulfed by the
collapse of the gallery In which the fight
was taking place. ' Mr. Gely setaboutdigging
htm out, but-found the groundso stony that
he was obliged to glveltup, andthealddog
was left to his fate.
Gely went home, and after mourning the
dog a few days, thought of him no more.
Twenty-one days went by. It happened
that the miller of tbc neighborhood, pass
ing the fox-buttow with a friend, tald:
"There's the place where poor old Jligolet
was buried alive' Just then lie heard a
feeble whining which seemed to come
from underground. He called and lis
tened, and the whining -was repeated
louder than before. There was certahily
a dog within the fox-burrow. The miller
ran vto apprise Ge-ly, -who this time brought
picks and shovels, and a sufficient number
of liaods to open the' burrow. After five
hours of active digging the old dog was
unearthed at a considerable depth. As
soon as lie was brought to the open air
Iligolet fell to tlie ground, apparently
dead. But his master succeeded In reviv
ing him ,-wlth doses of beef tea and milk,
and the old dog was seemingly as good
as cvcrJ'It'bccamea question whether he
had fasted in the burrow for the twenty
two days or whether he had subsisted on
the fox, which-he certainly found, It was
assumed by his master thai tip was too
nearly toothless to have been able to de
vour a fox; and those who dug him out
declared t!-at there was no sign that he
J.ad had anj thing to eat.
A Slmplu Change.
"Professor,, hqw docs the hair cut suit
"The hair Is altogether too short a little
longer, please." Fliegcndc Hlactter.
HELP WANTED AND SITUATIONS WA
THE Center Market will be open Tues
day. December 31, 181)5, from 5 u.
in. until 10 p. m. and ou Wednesday, Janu
ary 1, lhOG.iroin 5. a. m. until 10 30 a.
in. P. S. SMITH. Clerk. dc29-3t
H. It. C AH members of Plasterers'
L. A. 1014, K. of L., are hereby noti
fied to attend the next regular meeting
of theassemblv. on Mondavevrnine:. Decem
ber 30, 1805. business of Importance to
an. uy oruer or me assemuiy.
FIREMEN'S Insurance Company, of
fice corner 7th st. and Louisiana ave.
nw. Washington, D. C, Dec. 2G. 1895.
The stockholders of the Firemen's
Insurance Compauy of Washington and
Georgetown will meet at this office on
MONDAV, January 0, between the hours
of 11 o'clock a. in. and 12 o'clock in . for
the purpose or electing thirteen directors
for the ensuing year. C. W. HOWAUD,
THE annual meeting of the stockholders
oi the Capital Trust Compauy for the
election of directors for the ensuing year
will be held at ttie Hutel Plelsehmann,
Alexandria, Va., on WEDNESDAY, January
8, 1890. Polls open at2p.m. and close at
3 p. in.' Books for the transfer of stock
will close January 3, and remain closed
until January 8, Inclusive. HENRY K.
SIMPSON, Secretary. de27-13t
LOST Brown water spaniel dog, with
white breast. Keward paid It returned
to 318 8th su nw. de30-3t
LOST I'ockethook containing sum of
money, papers and cards; name or owner
on cards: ut the Lafayette Square Theater,
Saturday matinee; the finder will leave It
at Office Metropolitan Hotel and receive
LOST Saturday evening, Dec. 28, '95,
a pocketbook containing a large amount
of nioner. a photograph of a young man. a
"key, a paper of needles. A liberal reward
paid ir leu wun juuk y cji.-s. , 447 Tin st.
LOST Dec. 25, a small female dog, rat
terrier: collar but no tag; rinder return
to 810 A st. se., and get reward. de2!l-2t
FREAKS OF A. MISOGYK1ST.
Wanted to Bo Burled Between Two
Vacant Graves. '
Probably.tbe most confirmed misogynist,
who ever lived was a wealthy old bachelor
who recently died In Vienna, saysthe
Pittsburg Dispatch. After his death a
bundle of documents was discovered among
his belongings, labeled: "Attempts by my
family to put me under the yoke of matri
mony." In this packet were sixty-two
letters, the dates ranging from 184B to
1893, a sufficient proof of the tenacity
of his relations. So afraid was this strangs
man of even sitting near n woman that
whenever he went to the theater he booked
three seats, In order Uiat he might have
one on either side of him empty.
When traveling in a railway carriage he
was always careful to smoke a large, foul
smelling pipe, to keep away Intruders of
the female sex. In his will he said: "I
beg that my executors will see that I am
buried where there is no woman inlerredr
either le the right or left or me. Should
this not be practicable In the ordinary
course of things, I direct that they pur
chase three graves and bury me In the
middle one of the three, leaving the two
nupo'H Greatest Desire.
For years before the death of Victor Hugo
it was lits earnest desire t6 have Ms
father's name Inscribed among the list of
the heroes that adorn the Arc dc Trioniphe.
The poet's efforts were futile and he died
without accomplishing bis purpose, but at
tills late day Uid name of the brilliant gcnJ-
era! of division has been written where
bis, Jpn loused to see It.
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riwi7 k Problem is this: 'These three snakes, all of KPIkI
'WjK? equal size, begin swallowing1 'eacii other anil keep on PiRf
fcgpapf " swallowing, all at an equalnrate of speed. What will ba !1b1
P1)?1'm the final condition of things ?r "" ' ' fiSSM
H " -"TIMES" 11
li - WANT ' ' " - 11
H "-- ADS"' II
0M$if furnish a puzzle to the people of Washington even W&xm
faiggj greater than the above, snake conundrum. Results re- J5Jmb
slf ceived are frequently marvelous. . felS
ftvS HAVE YOU TRIED THEM? SjSSL
-j.no ironi rooms; iur. complete: cook
Jug utensils, dishes, gas, heat, bath, and
organ? $14 per month. 301 10th st. sv.:
near Smithsonian. It
WASTED Dining-room in house
with' roomers. DININa-KOOM: this
office. , . It
FOB RENT-Rooms, unfurnished, sin
gle und eti' suite;' flats, large and smaHr
new housca ror sale unu rent oy u wpieic
514 5th St. nw- , de30-4t
KOR'RENT 322 4J-2 st-nw. 2-com ,
inunicatlug rooms, 2d floor: front room
.large, brlght-und cheerful; wilb board for
2 $40; back room $34; refs exchanged.
UNFURNISHED rooms signs Be
eactiT JOHN F. M1EIKY. 62J D st.
nw. ijj"- 4-de2mon-lm
FOR RENT Upfurnlsbed Nice rooms
Tor housekeeping. 129 A St. ne.. near
FOR RENT-S Wi?: nicely fur.; 1st
floor; tube board, $15. Address 721
11th sunw. dcc20-4t
FOR, RENTr:Dsslrl)le rooms; con-enlJ-nfly
ocaWd, at hinder ate 'prices.
912 12th sunw. dec2U-3t
FOR RENT Nicely fur., 2d-floor front
room, with alcove; steam heat,' gas,
electric light and electric bell; tiled bath
room; terms reasonable. 1012 13th st. nw.
FOR RENT Two handsome rooms;
rosewood furniture; private family.
722 11th st. nw. dec29-10t
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooias; ctn
tral, turn, ice heat:,, moderate rates:
housekeeping permitted. 709 8th St. nw.
FOR RENT Two comfortably fur-
nishe-d rooms-; with heat und light and
bath all on the same floor; $9 per month;
from January 1 . 709 8th st. ne. de2U-U
FOR RENT 3 unfur. rooms; bath,
heat, and gas; 3d floor; $10. Addrrss
700 9th St. ne. dc2U-3t
FOR RENT Three nice rooms at-338
12thst.se., with heat. de29-2t
FOR nCNT ROOMS.
FOR- RENT Funnelled rooms; nicely
furnished, 3d-floor front; closets: new
house; fine location; convenient to all car
lines and departments; small hall room;
suitable for jounginan, $5pern.onth;rers
444 Mass. ave. nw. dc20-2t
FOR RENT Furnished back room, 2d
Jioor; conveniences; $7. 418 2d nw.
dc29-3t ' '
FOR RENT Two nicely rurnished
rooms, with board: suitable for two
In a room: convenient to G. P. O. und'alT
street car lines. 618N.J.avc. dc29-3t
FOR RENT Large, unfur. 2d story
room; heat und light; suitable for gentle
men; also 2 front rooms, $8.00. 90S N.
Y. ave. de28 3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for house
keeplng. l633Lst.nw. dc28-3t
FOR RENT 3 unfur. rooms; front ex
posure"; rent $10pcrraonth. inir3dne.
FOR RENT 927 I St. nw.; hall room;
$5; gentleman only. de27-4t
FOR RENT 2 ne.wly-fum!shcd rooms
In private family', with or without
board; cars pass door. 13G C st. ne.
FOR RENT Two wcltTurnishcil rooms.
. uatKauu front, oomiiiunicaung;iogether
or singly; SO and SVQ. rcspectn cly; all
modern Improvements: private familv. Au
ply at 18 It.I.avr. ztl deelS-tf-em
FOR RENT Three fronr rooms; fur-mshi-d;
from SS'fo $10 per month.
101410th t. .t.l-1 de2l-St
TOK RENT 10l2'F nw.; two front
orflcv rooms oecDef,io' Jewelry store'
and oprHisltethe BosiptiJVf 'lsc- de25-7t
FOR RENT 713 12th St. nw. NIc-elv
furnished, newJyjjpapered rooms; well
1 eated; with or without, heard: terms mod
;erate. "- " ' 'ge282t,em
FOR .RENT-JOttlyl iur. rooms.. yHU
good board. C10-II stlnw: de28-3t-e:n
DR. CHAS. R. DAVIS has so far
rccoiereci irom nis long mness a 10 w
able to attend to patients, and will be
E leased to see them again. DAVIS & SON,
lenllsts, 1018 N. Y. ave. nw.; CHAS It.
DAVIS, D.D.S.;UF.DAVI8,M.1).,D.D S.
THE friends of Prof, and Mme. Mar
uunnall are Invited toancspecialpsj etio
logical entertainment at No. 407 G st.
nw., on Monday evening, 8 o'clock
FOR ADOPTION A handsome,
healthy baby girl to resiiectable party.
Inquire 16 4th St. ne. dc29-3t
COAL-COAL-Buy coal and woodat
3d and K sts. se , at the dump, and save
20 to 25 per ton. Telephone 742. Call me
up. L. J. GODFREY. de29-3t
.A.S inthepast we'll continue In the future.
selling the most elegant custom-made
suits and overcoats, the least bit worn,
at .figures that ale good to know about.
JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619 D st. nw.
PERSONAL Washington. D. C, Oct.
' Jio. 1893. I hav used Crump's Tonic
for Indigestion and Constipation nod have
been greatly benefited. Within two months
I gained over 25 pounds In flesh. .MIHON
THTLBY'S "Uen Holt" five cents.
WOltCII. 924 Seventh st. dec21-10t
SALE of Paintings, reduced prices;
painting lessons. Studio 425 4th st.nw.
T,.A.DIES "eedlng confidential treat
ment. A sate and sure relief In all
female trouble, constipation. Irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium- habit, fistula,
etc Separate looms for patients lfor
and during confinement, and find bomet
for Infants if required. Strictly conf tdeo
tiaL MRS. DR. UENNER. 16 Fourth st
ne . near B. Cupltol st . Washington. D. C
DR. TAYLOR. 806 F UDw..mataj
tali seta of teeth for $8; latlsfoctlao
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling, tl: amalgam. BOe. s4-tf
nw.. carpet limuc. felts, fire brick and
riay. asbestos, paints, brush lite, cement,
two and three-ply rootlns material. anr21-ri
With otologics to the JVcvi Torh World.
4G1 Missouri Avenue.
$100 rewanl for a case or Dyspepsia or
IntligeMion that cannot be cured wltn
Crump's Tonic of Fruit and Spices. A
delicious and Invigorating tonic. The
most remarkable remedy ever discovered
for stomach troubles. Quick acting. The
good effects are felt from the first bottle
CRUMP M'F'G Co.. 003 F St. DW.
FOR ,SALB M ISCELLAJ'KQIT3.
FOR SALE Reasonable, pawn ticket
on 14k gold watch; Elgin movement
excellent time piece; in good condition
Address PAWN, this office. It
FOR SALE An old established poultry
stand; gOJd trade. Address POULTRY,
this office. dec29-3t-
FORS ALE Grocery store; cor 13th and
FOR SALE A large filler of sufficient
capacity to filter all tie water needed
in an iipartmrnt house, small hotel, laundry,
bakerv, or other enterprhe wanting a large
amount of clear water. Apply at 1128
13th st. nw. dcc28-tf
ORGANS. SS TJP.
SX DOWN. 1 WEEK.
SI down and SI week for any
organ In stock. Greatly reduced
prices. Organs from $25 up. Eij:
F. G. SMITH. V-25 Va. nve. nw.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
OrRniw from S24.CO. I'lunos from
&17D nil. Ciirfli or eusy montlily pay
ments. W. II. StiOKMAKI'.lt SON.
del-30t 422 Nluh street.
FOR SALE best; make ot incubators.
brooders and fresh green bone; coll
nnd see. the !n:ubators In working order
t-ebmid' ihrd'aod Pet Animal Suites. 713
FOR JlEN'f UODSE3.
im Mass are nw. 1
m l.lir 1101 Ol!
1T61 P st nir. ml. I
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llJKlstne.ml.Br. J7 10
10-J54111 Lt,, ml.Hr H SO
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ll?23Sd tt nw, inL ICM bupvrior 111,
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lluS U.h st ii-. m liatl f!ih. oi.5r .. 13 00
(.Br. 50 MntttTsw ,Sr.. .. IS t
K-Jl'.(.Ta-nir. in 15:i1dnw,4r JJ 03
i.IOr 39 5D423 Nsw.ir U 33
411 N. Y. ave, c-ir, -J3 1V4 uir. 1st arr It 33
nihllr- i!3 Uijjfi McLeauavesw
C31-.'dnir. mi,7r. 15 va Cr. , ...... i 31
1310 Columbia st 1L.TN. Cap. ne. Ir 12 33
nw. ml.Br SUO'iJUlIth nw.Cr.. I2M
18J P nw, m I, Tr.-ia (,9J.I Via. re ne, 5r 12 JO
16i'lltilnw, ml, 1 4 1. n,.1r. ...... 1 30
7r KS0 2Ubethnw,'.er. 1J0J
IO ii st sw. at tolSherldauarnw
dwl, 5r 22 50 5r 'IS 03
ei3Htse.ini Tr.. 11 CO Cli Cnllan ne,
l740Ctaiiw.ml.7rva sal Cr. 1150
ti03rIaaTnw.uil,7r20 4r,4O: romeroy nw.
isAiriaaTnw.uii,.raj s;, 4U I'omen
K-JJ T nw. mU Cr.. a) 41'! Sr.-....
121 1 st ce, 111 Ur. 13 3)!t bcott a
1118 15 ne, ml,6r.. 18 CO1 5r.
. 11 Ol
10 Stb nw. store Nw. cod 1st and
andrtrellmg-.3r vn'A N m -....-HO 03
M3 Hi aw. store j llJ'Jjj 1 SL nw.... V 00
and awclU'r, 5r si 50
Kear !19 C nw.. 110 00
dcSj-ltm A B. CATWOOD, at 9th st. nw
FOR RENT Seven-room bouse. No.
4J5 1 nw.; near fojr lines ot cars:
with all modern improvement; hot and
cold water; key at premises; rent, $23.00.
FOR RENT 1G1C E st. se.; 7-rc
hojsc; 10.&0; key next door. d27- It
FOR RENT House 07 llth, St. nw.,
12 rooms; in. 1.; in perlect reralr. Ap
ply at too llth St. uec25-6t
FOR RENT 1238 Duncan st- ne.; 7
rooms; all mod. imps.; nearly new:
$lu.30. JOHN W. MOKK18, 614 V St.
VOCAL. PIANO, VIOLIN Students
can get $1 to S2 grade private lessons
at only 25c. of n re sponsible professor of
acknowledged ability, who ofiers this ex
traordinary inducement in order to secure
a full patronage at once rrora the first of
the year. Address CONSUUVATOKY. this
LESSONS in drawing; oil. water colors,
crayon, pastel, pen and ink; one can
learn in a short time without experience"
$3 ier month If you call before New Year's.
bTUDIO, 1237 Pa. ave., on 2d floor front
PIANO, Organ, Vocal Music and theory
taught by 3. F. GEP-MUILLEK. 611 I
st. nw.; terms moderate. UelS-lmo
WTMODAUGBSra Classes. 1328
I fct- nw.. beginuiug November Shorts
Baldwin, of Eusiness Ulgh Bcfiool. book-
ADA L. HM1TH. Bnpt.
WANTED By gentleman and wife
1 wo uieatant unfurnished rooms for
light housekeeping; walkhig distance from
Interior m'tjartmeiit; terms, must le rea
sonable and stated. Box 2 X, this office.
WANTED-' or 4 unfur. rooms for
llgnt housekeeping; 3 adults; iftate
price. Address C. tl.. ihis office de2U-3t
STATION CORNER OF BlitTlI AND D
In Effect t.sitiu ber 17.1805.
10.30 A- M. PENNSyLVANIALIM
ITED Pulhuan Bleeplni:, Dining, Kmok
N lug. and Observation Cars, lluirisburg
to Chicago, Cincinnati, 1 nit la nj polls. Bt.
Louis. CleveLiniL and Toledo. Buffet
parlor Car lo Harrisburg
10,30 A- BX. FAbrLINE. ruUinan
Buffet Parlor Oar. 10 Iliirrishurg Par
lor and Dinlns Cars, Ilarrlaburg to
VI tub j rg.
3,40 P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
ESPRE&a Pulhuan Buffet Parlor Car
to Uarrisburg. Sles-plng and Dining Carl
Harrisb irg to St- Louts, Cincinnati, LouU
vllle. aud Chicago
r 16 r- M. WESTERN EXPRESS
pulliiiaa Sleeping Car to Chicago, and
Harrish-irs to Cleveland Dining Car to
Chicago SOUTH-WESTERN EI-
fttEBS PuUinan Sleeping and Duilns
cArs to St. Louis, aud blevnlnj; t'ax
Harrisburg to Cincinnati
10.40 r, M. PACIFIC EXPRESS -
Vulhi-in SleepUig tia.r to Pittsburg.
T no A. M. for h-ane, Cananaaigua,
Rochester, and Niagara 1'olls dally, ex
Vb.30 A. SX- f?r Elinlrancd Renova,
'aaiiy. exeeptunday. 1'or WlUlamspori
daily. 3.40 p. m.
1T.XO P. SI. for Winuunroort, Rochester.
Buffalo, ind Niagara Falls daily, ex
cept Saturday, with Bleeping Car iV'asa
ingtou w buspecslon .Bridge. la- DuT
10.40 'Pf?,t0T Brie, Canandalgna,
Rochester. Buffalo, aud Niagara Falls
dali, Slcvplug Uit aahlngeou to El
For rtittadelpbta.NBw Tork, and tho
4PQ P. BJC. "COM'RESSIONALLIM.
TfED,fl daily, all Parlor Cars. -with lim
ine Car rrotn Baltimore. Regular at 7.05
OJlldng Carl, 7.20. 9.00, lB.OO (Dining
Car), and 11.00 (Dining Car ."rom WlP
mtrgloti) a. m.. 12.46, S.15. 4.20. 6.40.
10.00. and 11.35 p.m. On Sundav. 7.05
(Dining Car), 7.20. b.OO. 11.00 (Dining
Cnr from Wilmlngloni a.m.. 12.16. 3.1s!
4 20 G.40. 10.00, oral 11.35 p. m. For
Philadelphia only. Fat Expre-ss 7.B0 a.
m. week-ilays. Express. 1 J.lBweek-elays.
2.01 and 5.40 p. m. daUy. For Boston
without chance, 7.50 a. m. weck-dayi.
ana j.i v- ",-0'J'"4-V:
iwxxt, . -'.. r1. . - r-'- "J,yi
10.00. 1U.4U, jji.ii, ana 11.35 n.
On Sunday, ..05. ..lo.h tio.9.05, lo.3t.
11.00 a. m., 12.1D. 1.16, 2.01. 3.15, 3.40
(4 00 Llmlleill. 4,20. t, 40. 6.05, 0.40,
7.10, 10.00. 10.40rnnd 11.35 p. m'.
For Pope's Creek Line. . .20 a. m. and 4.38
n. m. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis. 7.20, 9.00 a. m.. 12.15 and
4.20 p. m. daily, except Sunday. Sun
days, 9.00 a m. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantlo Coast Line. Express for Rich
mond. .Iacksonvllle.anil lampa. 430
a- mJ 3.46 ;. m. dally. Richmond nd
Atlanta, 8 40 p. in. dally. Klchmuuil
only. 10.57 a- m. week-days.
Ae-coiumnitali'iri b.r entaniico. 7.45 a. m.
aauji ii . w "," ".Vv!"-
Tiiave Alexandria for Washington, 6.0B.
!.43. 7.05, 8 00. 0.10, 10.1 5, b.2J o-m
1 OO 2-1"- :u,(i. ?-2.1. 6.00, 6.30, B.li
7 00. 7.20. 9.30, 10.52 Mid ll.Otf rjvlS
On bunday at 6.43 .9.10. 10.28 a. ml
a.iB. B.30. 7.00. 7io, 9.10, and lo'oi
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth sod rt
streets and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left for lb
checking of baggage lo destination frota
hotels and residence!.
mm Uanujrcr. Gea. Passenger Aiceot
'(SliiST. ll.BOa- m..'l2B0 146'
2S, 4.25. 5.00. 5.37. b.lb. HMai'lillSi
ml ll.J9p-m. On Sunday at 4.30; 7.45.'
S.40 a- is- 2.45. b.15. .)2. ana '10.1(1
Help Want! nml S,.h thms Wanted
20 Worth for 0t.
WAKTED-lttn to saw and cut wood)
I,... WJ-" lo dr,ye rart- do tramps 01
Iusl,.rs wt te.. Apply ii a. m. and i
p. in., rcaruf J17 Utt.nw. it
WANTED-Colorcd married couple.
Ojtier anci cook. 427 llth st. nw. it
WANTED A young man as waiter
hi a nui-tlaa rainlly. Lest reference
ir.?,l'VU A" m'j.. this office!
staling age, color, nationality, eto
"WANTED A joung colored waiter
Call, ready for work, at 349 Penna.
ave. nw. lt
HELP TTANTKD FEMALE.
Hiip Wauled and Situations Wanted
20 Words for lOe.
WANTED A young colored girl t
help in kitchen. 349 Penna, ave. nw
WANTED An apprentice to a dres
uaker; must be a gocd sewer. Apply
.u..,. .i-w , , Mu u Ol. ne. IIC-UMI
WANTED-A white girl; German pre-
FlTriHt- til. ..IlllP, l.n.un n.n I.
small family; no washing or Ironing; good
Borne and wages. Apply 36 E st. nw.
WANTED-While girl for light house
work in small family. Address BO.
MEBTIC, this office. de2a-3t
Utlp Wanted and Situations Wanted
20 Words for 10c.
WANTED-Bf a young man ot expe-
rie-nce, place In a cigar store. Addrew
C ILA 8. 1217 L St. nw. It
WANTED-Bf a reliable colored man,
wining to do any kind of work for a
living; good recommendation: steady and
sober. Address GEOROE JAIiKET. 249
3d Bt. sw. it
W ANTED-By young man with experi
ence, position -as hotel clerk, steward,
or storeroom keeper. Address R. B.,
care of this dffrce. de30-2t
WANTED-By young white man placi
or any kind; wilting to work for stnaD
wages. Address DIXON. 433 N st. nw. II
WANTED-rrre! Freel Free! Me
chanics ot any kind furnished by us;
also we have a few men suitable for driv
ing a team or something similar; best of
refs. furnished. WORKINGMEN'S LI
11UARY AND BUREAU OF LABOR. TeL
260. 600 13th at. nw. M. D. SHENS.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Help Wanted and Situations Wanted
0 ifor-ii IOc
WANTED-A white girl desires a
situation to assist around the house
or chamberwork. 20 Patterson su ne.
WANTED-A professional nurse would
like two or three engagements to cart
for the sick or take chars of an Invalid
also scientific massage treatment; alsa
ladles boarding needing a good confiden
tial home during confinement, with care of
their own physicians. Address M. M. D,
1025 7th at. nw. de29-2t
"W' ANTED Washing to do at home.
Address M. E. II., 421 Washington
st. nw. cea-3t
WANTED-Uf settled colored woman
and small girl, place as nurse and as
slst with housework. Address M. E. IL,
421 Washington st. nw. de28-3t
W A N TED To rent small business
houseorstoreand4or 0 rooms; price not
to exceed $30 or $35; I have receipts to
show since 1872; must be cheap and la
good locality, in fair condition and from
owner only. Address L. M.. this office.
WANTED POSTAGE STAMP3.
DEPARTMENT Stamps, all kind!
and any auanuty, bought and hlehest
cash prices given. H. F. DUNKHORST.
,lnR V.f. .. ni rf.Ojf
&UU.S , .u ow. ".
WANTED-Bj a good druggist, a
partner, with some capital, to extend
the business: experience not necessary.
Address CAMPIIO R, this office. de30-2t
WANTED-An honest and reliable
party, with S1.000 cash, as partner In
several good selling proprietary medicines;
profits large; (to trael South); Will bs
sold from a carriage to advertise themJ
and agencies made on the road. Addresi
MEDICAL UI1AUUA11.. mis omca. xi.
-y NTED To purchase first-clas bi
cycle on easy terms. Address N. M. T.,
in Is office. de29-2t
W ANTED-mrn to ne eeir-supportlng:
married ladles to lessen drcmmnklng
Mils by learning to cut by Merchant Tailor
Sauare: particulars at school. 718 12th
WantedTry Rubber Roof PalnS.
WE STOP ALL LKAS3 rKES.
And char? only tor painting; vorkruaraatati
NAT. HUfiB&JC 11001" PAINT CO. 1IK1 In n
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAX.
MONET TO t-.ctA?1-; an9 tan
or as low- as Tl.dou. at 6 and 6 pet
rent on B. 0. real estate: also $250, $590.
S7B0. etc.. at rer cent WM- H. SAUN
DER8 A CO.. 107 F at. rnr tf
MONEY to loan at o ana o per cent.
on District of Colnrnbta realty; no delay
If a-curlly t satlaractory.
WALTER U AUKER. 704 14th air. -31-tr-
W ANTED Tha loanof J8J00 on first
clasj ixiaiud property: no agent. 70a
18th at. aal2 tf
arONEV TO LOAN All Classes ot
real estate-oans miMls withpromptness
at curent rater THE McLACHLEN llEAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor
ner loth and O streets rnr. m9 tf
WE take as collateral any listed stock ot
bond in any city ot the United States;
also okl line life Insurance oollcca.
syndicate certificates, warehouse re
ceipts, real estate mortages, and treats.
YERKES & BAKER. 40 lo 46 Metzerott
IT. TC. FBLTON-S Lo.n office 1218
Pa. ave. rnr. Established In 1870.
Money loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew
elry, silverware, eto- BpeciaJ bargains ia
A-alches. Jewelry, and allvenrors. au20 uta
DR. AGUILBRA guarantees work
ten years and makes absolutely pain
less extraction or no charge. 519 13th
st. nw. deC9-3t
MTJgic at New Year's receptions addt
charm. I furnish excellent muslo Tor
such occasions, also for dances, at $1 per
hour. Q. M. IIAKDINQ, 1729 N. J. ave.
fANCERS cured without tho knife;
' ample reiereuces. Sanitarium, 1320
O st nw. CHARLES ALLEN. M. JJ.
J17ST RECEIVED Fine lot young Cu
ban parrots guaranteed to talk: also
minkcys. canaries, mocking birds, gold
fish. dogs, aud fat. 7 pigeons. SCUMID'S.
;12 12th st. uv., branch 1221 Pa ar.
GUNS. Rllles. Revolvers. loading tools,
nunters' outfrts. watches. Jewelry,
rultars. lolln. banjos, mandoirna. at about
,nr 'inlt regular dealers' prices at PAWN
SliOP. No. 1009 U et. nw. ocl-6mo
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