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1 - 1-?- wftG-' THE MOHNINGr TIM3CS. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 8, 18!J. , .J-J....,.). X J ' ---. LJ" THE TIMES' 32,000 SURETY SMALL ADS. REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW CENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. VfeH wvfl3,f?fr' 5? iTTl HELP WANTED MALE. Choice Acre Lots for $75 Arc now being sold at Sherman Park, Md.. On a small payment down, balance lit, eiuier suuiu wteKiy or mommy ikijui-iiu Lateral discount allowed for cash. Full particulars at ofrice, No. 023 F 6treet northwest. WAflTED-A young white man as mock unci receiving clerk; also, two young colored men as porters and driver None without unexceptional reference as to ability need apply to 8 W AUGENSTEIN. 439 7lh si. n w. It WANTED-Tcn first-class paper hang er.su tl4innnd Pa. avc.nw. o. t8-2t WANTED-Wf want G cii'Telle men ot good address lo represent us In this city.. Apply lo METKOi'OLIT VN COM MERCIAL CO , Tuesday and Wednesday nrtpr !t a. Ill- Gil Ttll it. I1W- It WANTED Two experienced clothing Salesmen Apply to L. It. MOORE, Man ager, "The Famous," 803 Fa. ave. nw. oc8-3t WANTED First - class canvasser; origin, lne, go-ahead man, to introduce entirely ut-w combination work just issued by the "Judge," ot New York, fresh ter ritory and big money. Apply BALEY. Koom si. Central bldg., cor. fa. ave. and 9th st. nw. It WANTED At onco one first-class fuuhiDer. WM. KOCH, Sanitary IMunib- or. 7-4 13th st. nw. ocM-lt WANTED-Active, persevering man to sell and deliver eatables. 3100 II at- nw. it A YOUNG '"an wanted to help attend cigar store; understands something about books; have some experience; liest of refs.; age from 20 to 25. MADAM, this office. It WANTED-Colored boy about 15 years old to work around btore. 1-132 N. Y. uvc. It WANTED-Colored boy to drive for a doctor. 2228 Ya. ave. nw. It A SINGLE young nun, with $200, able to keep books, will hear of a splendid opportunity by addressing O. P., Times office. It-cm WANTED A hustling hustler who is not lookiug for a fortune. Address FLVE TEAS, tills, office. oc7-2t-em WANTED-Ttamstcr, white man, who is acquainted with builders and can command sand Jobs. G. 8. W., this office. It-em WANTED-Fartncr. gentleman and lady ior sketch play; large theaters; musical and capital required. Address REFINEMENT, this office. lt-em WANTED-An expert shoemaker, nt uuaii et. nw.. at once. SSv4 WANTED-Young men to introduce first-cuss combination work just issued in New York by the Judge Co.; excellent opportunity for young men e neis. J. E. M. It., this offic- men entering uusi- iCI- WANTED-Tra first-class coat mak ers alouce j.D.UUUNS&CO.,l)thand O sts. iuv. oct2-tf HELP 1VAXTED- FEMALE. Choice Acre Lots for $75 Are now being sold at Sherman Park, Md., On a small payiueut down, balance in either small weekly or monthly payments. Liberal discount allowed for cash. Full particulars at office, No. 623 F street northwest. WANTED-An experienced girl in a private lamily. Applyat330 Cst.nw. after 10 a. ni. It WANTED-Prepossessing young lady with some dramatic talent and Knowl edge or elocution, for Atlanta Exposition. All expenses and good pay to aim able ap plicant. Address JAMLS. this office. It WANTED Girlforgeiieralhousework. uailut iMseineutdoor, 618 E st.nw.lt SIT WAN TED WANTED-A woman for general nousowors.; stay nights. 427 3d su sw. oc8-3t WANTED-Girl for chambermaid or nurse. L228 Va. ave. nw. It WANTED-White cook, lady's ninid. cuamneriuuld, butler and nurse. G14 13th uw It WANTED-A seamstress who under stands an kind of sewing, to work at store. Call tietwcen G and 7 o'tlock p. m. 2118 l'a. ave. nw. It WANTED-Tcn colored women for do-niei-tic. work, at SIRS. L. C. MOORE'S. 300 G st. nw. oc8-3t WANTED- Young lady as cashier in a leeu More, also keep set books, single entrv. EARL JOHNSTON, General Deltv ery. P. 0. lt-em WANTED-A girl to do general house work. 2J 9th st. nw. oc7-2t-em "W ANTED-An exirerienced white woman to cook and do general house work In a small private family; no wash ingorironing. 808N.Cave.se. ocl7-2t-cru WANTED-C1 woman for general housework in a small family. Address 341 Md. ave. sir. lt-em WANTED-T experienced waitress es. At WALTER'S DINING KOOM, 211 Pa. ave. uw. oc7-2t TV ANTED Several ladles to alter la dies' coats. Apply before 9 o'clock. M. G0LDENUEKQ.928 7th St. nw. 1 1 WANTED-Cood strong woman for general housework. 110 Ctb st. ne. ocG-3t WANTED-A white girl, for house work and assist in kitchen. Must In a good washer and ironer. Apply at 1827 14th st. nw tf.-cm. WANTED Home Protective Agency has places for help every dny wita rood references. All capacities. 610 llta tt. li. w. se4-lnio help WANTED MALE AND FEMALE. WANTED-Amateurs for comedy. Call W.lLI UK STETSON, 451) G st. nw. It W ANTED- Help furnished f ree by Mrs. L. U. aluullE, 306 G St. nw. oc8-3t "WANTED Immediately, 4 sopranos; 4 ultos, 4 tenors and 4 bassos for a vol unteer church choir; only those who read music need apply. Address CHURCH CHOIR, this office. oc"-3t WANTED Smith Piemler Type writer operators and stenographer! dliccted to positions. Operators de filing to familiarize themselves with new No. 2 Bniilh Piemior Typewriter call THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITES CO.. No 1416 F st. nw. ' jy31-tf SITUATION WANTED MALE. SITUATION wanted A young Vir ginian of -1 desires a situation as clerk in store or office:wlll start at small sal ary: experience and good refs. Address J. W. S.. 401 7th st. sw. lt-em WANTED-Uy a young man desiring to study law, position as stenographer with some good lawyer; experienced, and tan give best references, lucludlng present rmployers. Address, with particulars, J. U. P.. this office. oc8-l 0-12 WANTED-Uy an honest, reliable young man, a place as driver, watch man, or general work about house, make fires, etc.: can rurnlsh good refs. Address 'WILLING, this office. ocG-3t TIMES SMALL ADS.. Cost Less and Go Further THAN OTHERS. SITUATION WANTED MALE. WANTED-Work of nny kind by young coion-d nun, in hotel or care of horses. A. J. REEVES. 1000La."nve. It WANTED-Position as meat cutter or clerk, in store; best reference. Ad dress G. L., 210 Fla. ave uw. It WANTED-Bf white boy, 13, Dlace to do erninas ior Doaru wniic aunici Ing school; can manage horses. Address K. N.. this office. oc6-5t WANTED By instructor in classics t renin, iicrmnn, mathamatics, a situ ation, school or family, TEACHER, this uuice. WANTED By white man, place us 1-horsc coachman .smallfamily. Address 1. C. YE.NHABLE, Tennallytown. D. C. It SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE. WANTED-Dresses to make, from $3 up. Auurcss or call 1528 Q st. nw. It w ANTED-Place as cook in hotel or restaurant. 1280st.sw. oc8-3t WANTED-Small wash of two or tnree in loiuily. CaU at 114 F st. sw. It-era WANTED-Place as cook. Address 1006 M uvr. lt-em WANTED-Wash to take home, or work by tuo day. Address 2122 bth n w., above Grant ave. lt-eiu "WANTED Place wanted as nurse, cook, or upstairs work, by competent white woman, will teach children German. 222 N. Capitol. It WANTED-Uy first-class dressmaker, worfcnt home; price, $2 to $5. Address Q. M., this office. It WANTED First-class ramillea wash ing and ironing at home. Address W. I., this office. ocl8-2t WANTED By a white widow, day's work; washing or house cleaning; 50c. aday. Apply 2120 Pst.nw. It WANTED-A young lady is anxious to obtain a clerical position in an office; best ot references. Address "S," (his office. It WANTED-B)' two rcspctinblecolorcd girls, places as cook, chambermaid or nurse. Address JENNIE, Auacostla post nfriie. It W ANTE li M ISCELLA NEO US. Choice Acre Lots for $75 Are now being sold at Sherman Park, Md., On a small payment down, balance In either small weekly or monthly iumcntft. Liberal discount allowed for cash. Full particulars at ofTice, No. G23 F street northwest. WANTED War Department, Supply Division, Oct. 8. 1893. To purchase a young horse; must be well broken, gentle; weight between 1,200 and 1,300 pounds, and warranted to be perfectly sound -and healthy. Call on R. J. WHITTON, Acting Chief of Supply Division. ott8-2t WANTED-Tl'f ladies of Washington lo know that they can be measured for the Ease corset, and have their dresses neatly and quickly made fit; guaranteed. 1417 T nw. It WANTED Second hand bread baker. No. Silo tth St. sir. oc7-lt-em WANTED-A good Job printing press; must b in good condition; quarto size. H. M.. this office. oc5-Gt WANTED-AH should know Dr. Mary uordon tells truthfulness of friends, business deal, or matrimonial venture. Tells all your business affairs with utmost truth; lost or stolen property; every hid den mystery revealed; makes speedy and happy marriages with the one jou lovo by proper advice. Don't buy, sell, or go on a Journey until you consult this gifted lady in person or by letter, bho diagnoses your case by spiritual insight aided by a staff of competent iifcysltiaus. Ladies may consult In confidence on all diseases peculiar to their sex. Office aiKi resinence. uu t st. ntv. Fesy iui WANTED-Girls td be self-supporting; married ladles to lessen dressmaking bills by learning to cut by Merchant Tailor Square: particulars at school, 718 12lh st. se!4-tf WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint. WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE. Ana charge only for palnlln?: workruarantetl NAT. KUliHKK HOOF TAINT CO, 1U St4 nw FOIt SALE MISCELLANEOUS. Choice Acre Lots for $75 Arc now being sold a- Sherman Park. Md.. On a small payment down, balance in cither prnall weekly or monthly payments Liberal discount allowed for cash. Full particulars at office. No. 623 F street northwest. FOR S ALE- New oaksldelioard. table, chairs, hallrack, bureau and wasli staud. 421 4th nw. oc8-3t FOR SALE-At a sacrifice: 9 nets hand made buggy harness. SI 4.75: regular price. $20.00. G sets hand-made buggy harness, $17.00; regular price, S2J.00. 1 set light double harness, $20.00: reg ular price. S20.00. 1 Ret light double harness, hand made, $28.00: regular price. $35.00. 3 sets heavy single wagon harness. $25.00; regular price, $35.00. Several extra fine double buggy har ness at cost. Silver coach and hack harness at remark able low prices. GtRMUILLER'S HARNESS FACTORY. ocG-Gt G41 Louisiana ave. FORSALE-Alenionandwhltepolnter bitch; thoroughly broken: satisfaction guaranteed: no time to hunt. Address POINTER, this otfice. oc6-3t FOR. SALE-A beautiful rosewood 7-octave piano, standard make. S75: warranted In good order: or In exchange for a joung gentle horse. 1742 1-2 7t st. nw. oc6-7t FOR S ALE-Bargains in "wagons, car nages, traps, harness and buggies, both new- and second hand: also 2 horses. 027 D st. uw. sel4-lm SOLICIT 100.000 People" Through One Ad. lll.l mm II inii.i'ili 11. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE A lot ol mechanic's or biacksinitn's tools, including a drill press; cheap. IGOtf 14th st. nw. oc8-2t FOR SALE A French range, with 80 gallouboiler. 409 101b st nw. It- FOR SALE Gentle mare, sound, has no faults; lady can drive; also good buggy and harness, cheap; bargain. M. M. this office. oc8-2t FOR SALE Cfcolce collie pups from lmnni-t,,1 fitnnl- Annlt-t., tr WTTr.T.rv- 1532 Levis st.me. oc6-3t FOR SALE Stock and fixtures of grocery ana provision store: bargain If taken at once; reason for selling, other business. Apply 1222 Maryland ave. ne. oe8-3t FOR SALE A sound, gentle, free-driving black horse; no reasonable offer refused. Apply at 516 East Capitol st, between 5nll 7 o'clockp.m. oc8-lt FOR SALE Horse and wagon; cash or credit; If sold to groceryman, will trade It out at $10 per month. Address M. L this office. oc7-2t-em FOR SALF-Bcst make of Incnhntnn brooders and fresh green bone; call and nee the Incubators in working: order. Benin Id's Bird and Pet Animal Stores. 712 12th8t.nw.andl221Pa.are. oafi-tf FOB RENT-ROOMS. Choice Acre Lots for $75 Are now being sold at Sherman Park. Md.,. On a small payment down, balance in cither small weekly or monthly payments. Liberal discount allowed for cash. Full particulars at ofrice, No. 023 F street northwest. LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING Large rooms, 2d lloor, fur. complete; cooking utensils, dishes, gas. heat, bath, sewing machine, $15 per month. 301 10th st. sw.. near Smithsonian. It FOR RENT Parlor, three large, uicely lurutFiitMl bed rooms, and dinine room and kitchen. If desired. 627Fst.nw. It FORRENT Sl.OOnud $2.50 per week; newly fur. rooms; gas, bath, heat; private family. 806 It st. nw. oi8 3t FOR RENT S12 E st. nw., near Glh, desirable fur. front parlor, ulcovs; also front rooms, 2d and 3d floors. oc8-7t FOR RENT 3 unrunilshed rooms; central to acpts., markets, cars, etc.; with nil modern improvements; east front; 1 front parlor handsomely furnished; no steps. 018 3d st. nw. oc8-3 FOR RENT Parlors for two gents; same for lainlly, with kitchen; cheap. 2208 14th st. . 8;2 FOR RBNT-2 well-f urn) shed rooms second story. 1218 Dili nw. oct8-'-'t FOR RENT Two unfur. second story rooms; bath, etc.; rent cheap. 1210 11th st. nw. It FOR RENT Elegant suite of rooms cheap; with private bath;. other wi.Il healed rooms, 510. 92414tbst.nw.ocft.3t FOR RENT 613 N. J. ave. uw., two single furnished rooms, suitable for gentlemen; $1 per week. ocS3t FOR RENT Room suitable for bank ing, reul estate. Insurance, or building assoclatlon;centrallocatiou. WM.MAYSE, 51G 9th st. uw. oc8-3t FOR RENT One or two uaud-ome rooms, at low rental; furnished or unfurnished; new house; cars and hcnllcs. handy. 1810 8 nw. oc-8-2t FOR RENT Large, nicely furnished front room; suitable for two gentle men. 421 4111 nw. oc8-3t FOR RENT 1130 12th St. nw.. Just above Mass. ave., several handsome!? furnished rooms; all modern Improvements; terms reasonable. oc8-3t FOR RENT 810 5th St. nw., one fur nished rront room; first floor; heat and gas; one front hall room, third floor. $5 per month. oc8-3t ELEGANT rooms; south front, over looking Capitol grounds; furnace heat: porcelain baths; $8 to $15. Owner. 2D U st. nw. Item FOR RENT 4 rooms; 423 1st st. nw. Colored only. oc7-3t-em FOR RENT 2 large, newly papered, unfurnished, communicating, 2l-story front rooms: bath connecting; $9 per month. 813 Map land av. ne. lt-em FOR RENT 1109 O st. nw.. office rooms lor doctor or dentist. ocG-:it FOR RENT 191G G st. nw., large funiMied room, with open fire: also hall room: In private family. ocG-3t FOR RENT 1318 14th st. uw.; de- siraiilu rooms: lurniMicd oco iwm FOR RENT UufuniMied 1311 11th st, nw.. four lovely rooms; parlor, chamber, dining room and kitchen. ocl-5t FOR RENT Handsome rosewood fur. room for rent cheap. 722 1 1 lb. st. nw. oc3-7t FOR RENT Furnished rooms on sec ond and third floor, with board: refer ence given if required. 1723 and 1725 Q st. oc3-7t FOR RENT 243 N. Cap. sL, fur. rooms; -d and 3d floor: single or en suite; with first-class table board; near 3 enr lines and Capitol. oc3-7t FOR RENT No. 1105 19th bt. nw., iuruisiieil or unfurnished, one large second rioor front room, alcove; new house; nochlldren In house; with or without board. oc3-7t FOIt KENT UOUSES. Choice Acre Lots for $75 Are now being sold at Sherman- Park, Md On a small payment down, balance in either small weekly or monthly payment. Liberal discount allowed for cash. Full particulars at office. No. G23 F street northwest. FOR RENT 202 11th St. ne., six rooms and bath, water and gas, only $13.50; also a furnished barber shop. Apply G. T. BOYD, Stewart Bldg., 402 GUi st. nw. oc8-3 FOR S ALE 6-room frame housc,or. 12lh and L sts. so; water and sewer. $1,150: $350 cash, S8.-0 can remain. House rents at S9. JOHN F. DONOHL'E. .103 EastCanltolstreet ocU-3t PUT YOUR AD. IN TWO EDITIONS For the Price of One. FOR HENT HOUSES. FOR RENT $23; 702 F su ne., nine mollis; a. in. 1 ; cabinet, mantles, etc.; rent reduced from $28.50. E. GRAVES, 474 C St. nw. oc8-7t CONSULT us when you wantlo renta bouse. Wecansultyou. Hereareafew we are offering at a great reduction; 1114 II st. ne. Store and dwelling. 9 rooms, uuiu. u. ui i.: iieaicu uy sieuiu; beautifully papered; lurge concrete ccl- lar .. $36 per montu: 1111 B st. ne. Desirable part of Capitol IIUl; 8 rooms, bath, a. m. i.; corner; only $2G.G0perniontb. 319 Spruce street, Le DroltPark 9 rooms, bath. a. m. 1.; in first-class order: only, $25.50 per month. 718 5lh si. ne One-half square from H st. cable: 6 rooms, bath, a.m. i.: only, $20.50 per mouth. 624 I st. ne. G rooms, bath, a. m. l.;good frame stable: only $16.50 per rnonttt: 636 10th st..uc 7 room, a. m 1.; nice frame cottage: side yard aud stable: only $16.G0perniontb. 1238 Linden st. ne. 6 rooms, bath. a. m.( 1.; Just been reduced to. .$12.50 per month. 608 Brewer's court ne. 4 rooms, brick: water and sewer: only... .$8 per month. Call early before these are taken. COLLLVS & GADDIS, oc7-3t 611 11th st. uw. FOR RENT 1240 Duncan St., ne., 7 rooms; all mod. imps.; nearly new: $15.30. JOHN W. MORRIS. 614Fst. ocG-7t-era FOR RENT 926 N.C.ave.se.,8 rooms and bmk stable, $35; 37 S st. nw. new, 9 rooni3, $25: 608 15Ui st.ue.,6 rooms and cellar, $15.50; G14, store, corner 15th and Tenn..ave., ne., with 7-room dwelling, $16.50. F.J.DIEUDONNE,Rooni23,Ohio National Bank Bldg. FOR RENT Store and dwelling., nw. cor. lbth and T sts-;good willand fix tures for sale. Apply 1016 17th st- n w. oc5- lt-em i FOR RENT Only $16, 1525 12th st. nw., five rooms: large yard. W. P.' METCALF.1331Fst.nw. oc6-3t FOR .RENT Five new bay window brick house with six rooms, bath, cellar andslabletowldealley.. Thesehouscsmust be seen to be appreciated. Any person desiring a nice home in southeast section wllirindlthere. Nos.73Gto746 12thstrse. $18 per month each. A. BEHREND, 617 Est. nw. - ocJf-7t THE CommlssloneM onOct. 4 appointed Joseoh II..MInnicli. 1225 F st. nw.. a private detective. In and for the District of Columbia. oc7-2t-cru OLE MAN HAWKINS Is almost here. Uet ready for him by coming to us foranelegantcustorn-m&desuitorovercont, "the least bit worn," at prices without a precedent. JUSTH'8 OLD STAND, 610 D st. nw lt-en i PROF. CLAY is the oldest estab lished, only reliable, genuine and nat ural born clairvoyant and medium In this city: reveals every hidden mystery, finds losses, brings separated together, and causes speedy marriage with the one you love by proper advice; if you are In liad luck Iw will change It: removes fam ily troubles, evil influences, cures spells, tells wlio are Jour enemies, how to over come them and avoid Till troubles: advice on business, love affairs, absent -friends, burled treasures, or what business you aro best suited to be successful: he never falls to. give satisfaction. Call and be con vinced of his wonilerfnl.powcr to aid you. He surprises all who Have .consulted him. Fifteen years established; fee 50 centsr hours. 10 a. ra. to 9 p. m.: open Sunday. 489 H st.. bet. 4 1-2 and Ctli sts. sw. THE "3 DAYS" CURE FOR MEN. This remedy cures in 3 days or no charge. Consultation free. DR. McKEE I1AN. 716 12tb St. nw. cc6-7t M. H- LESTER-. Jobbing gardener, lzt-lst st. uw. Cards. oc5-7t-cm DANCING-Private lessons given by experienced lady teacher, with music. $1 er lesson, or 6 for $5. B. B. L.. this office. . 0l't TAKE your Looms' bath nt 702.0th st. aw.; price, $1; hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p.m. oo7 7t MASSAGE bath and electric treat ment, by a competent lady operator. MRS. LEWI8.702 'Jthst.nw. oc7-7t . HEARING restored, ringing In ears stopped, catarrh cured. Consultation free. Dr. UUACY. 1407 N. T. avo. nw. .T.T.WALKERSONS.MilOUitt. nw., carpet liuing. felts, fire brick and clay, asbestos, paints, brush" lime, cement. two and Uiree-ply roofing materlal.apr2 1-tf THE Wondcrrul Remedy. Cancers cured without knife, pain or pay until cured. also carbuncles, piles, dropsv. by PROF. MA RTtN RILE Y . 4G6 l'a. uve. nw pen-1 mo MIE.FRANCIS.ouriruofrlendand spiritual adviser, cau help you In all cases of trouble wheu all other so-called mediunts and fortune tellers fait. Call and bo convinced; will not deceive you. Hours 9 to 9. 26c. aud G0C to alL 324 East Capitol street. oc!-7t 3ME. ROYSTON. Beauty Special 1st, 604 12th st. nw.; all blemishes re moved, wrinkles absolutely effaced, and complexion mado perfect; no pain, no polsous: consultation free, dally 10 to 1 nnd 2 to B. except Sunday. se29 Iron LADIES needing confidential treat ment. A sare and sure relief In all female trouble, coiijMpatloi. irregulari ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula, eta Separate looms, for p-itlcuts before and during confinement, and find homes for iufauts If required. I Strictly confiden tial. MRS. DR. RENNEK. 16 Fourth st ne.. near E. Cupltol st,. Washington, D. 0. je3tf 2! 3IZVIE. ESTELLE tells all events ot life: gives aovlco tir domestic troubles: strictly confidential; niid heals all kinds of sores, the latter tor; ladles only: hours. a a. m. to m p. m. uia itnr. nw, PIANO lessons L. S. MeElu'-nney. No. 425 t.h St. nw.; experienced teacher; reduced rates. i c selS-lmu DR. TAYLOR. 906 F st. uw.. makes full seta ot teeth for $5; satisfaction guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain; gold filling, $1; amalgam. 60c. se-t-tf ir 1 . 100,000 Possible Correspondents Will See Your TIMES SMALL AD. PERSONAL. Choice Acre Lots For $75 Are now being sold at Sherman Park, Md Ou a small payment down, balance In cither small weekly or monthly payments Liberal discount allowed for cash. Full particulars at ofrice. No. 623 F street nurtliwest. MME. KRANCIS-Washingtou's old est aud most gitted medium, can help all those that are hi trouble, when you have tried all othersand they have failed call then and be convinced ot this woralerfulspiritual IMjwer; hours, 9 to 9; 26 and 50 cents. 324 E. Capitol St. oc8-7t EGYPTIAN Gypsy Seventh daugh ter of the seventh generation; she can take off spells and cause to marry, as well as tell you the past aud future; persons call ing at the tent next to railroad, wlllask for MME. BURNETT. Take Ecklngton and Soldiers Home cars. oc8-7t AIR. F. T. SCOTT, formerly of A. v L. Hazelion's, 42J7tn st-nw.. Is now lo cated at Hoover A Bayley's, 433 7th st, nw., as manager, whcrejie will be pleased to sec his old patrons and friends. It PROF. . FREDERIC TRUE. wonderful trance writing medium. Mr. True tells j ou Just what you wish to know; what it is best for you to do and when to do it: tells you your lucky days, dates and numbers, breaks spells of bad luck put on by evil influences and this is your condition at different times you feel down hearted, lonely.discouraged.lrienda are cold. Perhaps your husband, lover or sweet heart uasdescrted; this can allbechanged by spiritual power, theevllinfluencesdestroycu, the friends made loving and your lover re turned to you. reunited marriage, happiness, wealth, harmony, quick marriages to af finities produced, gooc) luck given; advice free to every visitor, terms reasonable. Hours, 9 to 9. NO.' 714 F St. sw. Cut this out for luck. It MME. BROOKE tells all the events ot life; all business confidential; ladies and gentlemen, 50 eertts each; hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. G05 New York ave. nw., near 6th st. i j oc8-14t OtTRgreatest medlumnndsplrltualmcther. Dr. Mary Gordon, tells you all things and gives a proper remedy foryour trouble. Always athonie. 1109Gst.nw. Bc22-lm THE "3 DAYS" CtJRE FOR MEN. This remedy cures In J days or no charge. Consultation J ree. DR. McKEE HAN.716 12th stjhw? sc29-4t SlOO reward for a case of indigestion or dyspspsia that. cannot be cured with Crump's Tonic of Fruit and Spices. CRUMP M'F'G. CO., 603 F St. nw. Send for circular. 8c29-7t MME. BROOKE tells all the events of lire; all business confidential: ladies and gentlemen, DO cents each; hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p. va. G05 New York avenue north west. near Sixth street. sc24-14t DON'T go and fall off the earth; you should call on as and get a first-class custom made Buit or overcoat, the "least bit" worn, at figures that'll make you want to live forever. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, G19 D st.nw. ocl-7t MME. PERRIN Scientific palm istry; truest destiny reader of the age; events of oast ami future revealed with wonderful accuracy; hours 10 to 9. 515' lOUl Bk uw.. ucu tci sou r . se!3-17t ' FOR RENT-HOUSES. FOR RENT $18.60 Brick house. No. Moy sr. nw;; tir., z nana. Data, water, gas: laree rardfi: house arrantred for two families; open for Inspection. ocG-6t FOR RENT STABLE. FOR SENT Stable; will accommo- . date 6 horses and 5 Tehlcles; price, $6 a month. Apply 519 N. J. ave. nw. oc8-2 EDUCATIONAL. THE DUNT0NIAN ElBGtrical Institute, HUTCHLVS BUILDDIO. 10TH AND JQ BTS. N. W. We teach electricity In science and ap plication. Applied mechanics, Alechanlcil draughting and designing. Full labora tory and practical shop courses. Latest and best methods. Not the "only school in tliu world," but the best in Washington Opens October 2,. Call at the office for full particulars, or address the prlnciiial, UE0RUE KDW. DUNTON. LAD? BTUDENTS ADMITTED. se24-lm SPANISH Is the most beautiful of all languages and the easiest to learn; you can read, write, and converse In twenty lessons. Address ESPANOL, this office. oc2-7t NORWOOD INSTITUTE A lioine and Day School for Girls. 17G1 N St.. near Connecticut uve. MRS. WM. D. CABELL. scFf-lm Principal. NATIONAL Academy of Fluo Arts Drawing und Painting. Thorough in struction for artists, teachers, decorators, designers, Illustrators, parents and children. In ever branch of art. Portraits to order In every style, from $10 to $3,000 Old or In lured pictures denned, varnished, restored. In the most skillful manner. 502 E Kt. nw se22-tf EMERSON INSTITUTE t Young's Academy, j SELECT CLASSICAL AND MATHB MATICAL. School for Young Men and Boys, 914 14th St., bet. I and K. Begins Its forty-fourth scholastic year Sep temtier 23. Tills school has a national repu tation, and isrccogiitzedasoncof ttielettdlns preparatory schools of this country. It prepares for all the universities, colleges and scientific schooLs. for the United States Mlhtarv and Naval academic, and for busi ness. Thegraduat ot thlsschool take high rank wherever they go. Mr.r.dwinH. Foster will continueinchargs of the Junior Department. For circulars, etc., address CHAR. B. TOUNO. Ph. D., sel71m Principal and Proprietor. ACADEMY OF THE HOLY CKObs. 1312 Massachusetts avenue. Wathlrgton, I). Q. A day school for youn ladles and little girls. In addition to s thorough course in English, French, German and Latin. special advantngesnrcoffcredur students in the art and musical departments. A kindergarten will be opened in connec tion with the academy. sel3-lm 32,000 INSERTIONS Of Your Small Ad. EDUCATIONAL". The Columbian University, WASHINGTON, D. C. REV. B. L. WHITMAN. D. D President. Examination of Candidates for Admission to College, Medical, and Dental Schools. September 20 and 21. College Session begins September 23. Session of Academy begins September 23. Session ot Medical School begins Oc tober 1. Session of Dental School begins Oo tohec 1. Session of Scientific- School begins Oc tober 2. Session of Law School begins October 3. Session ot Graduate School begins Oc tober 4. THE I'RErARATORY SCnOOL. Thorough proimrntlon for tuo Col lege, for tliu scientific- School, for ttioNnval ii ihI Military Academies, und for bugilne&s. THE COLLEGE. FullCluiMicalniidScientlflcCoursea Open to students ot both sexes. TIIE CORCORAN SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL. Forty-sevon rrofesors and In- ntrnctors; t svtntT-tUree full de- purtiufiits; twelve full course of 'study. Special students admitted. THE LAW SCHOOL. Twelve professons, including two Aus.odu.te Justice of the United States Supremo Court. THE MEDICAL SCHOOL. Thirty professors niul assistants. The course is four years. THE DENTAL SCHOOL. Seventeen facilities. Iirofcitsors: uniisuaA 'be course Is tbree yenrs. THE GRADUATE SCHOOL. Courses of advanced Instruction, leading to M. A., M. S., C.E., E. E., und Ph. D. For catalogue descriptive of the several courses address ROBT. H. MARTIN. Secretary. THE LAW SCHOOL FACULTY. REV. B. L. WHITMAN. D. D.. President. ThcHON. WALTER S.C0X. LL. D.. Dean, (Associate Justice nt the Supreme Court ot the District of Columbia,) Professor ot the Law ot Real Estate, of Contracts, and of Commercial Paper. The HON. JOHN M. HARLAN. LL. D.. (Associate Justice jf the Supreme Court of the United States.) Professor ot the Constitutional Jurispru dence of the United States, of the Law of Domestic Relations, of Per sonal Property and of Torts. The Hon. WILLIAM A. MAURY, LL. D., (Sometime Assistant Attorney-General of the United States,) Professor ot Equity Jurisprudence, ot Com mon Law and Equity Pleading, and ot the Law ot Evidence, and the Jurisdiction and Practice ot the U. S. Courts. The Hon. DAVID J. BREWER, LL.D., (Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.) Professor ot the Law of Corporations. ProL G. U. EMMOTT, LL. M.. (of the Johns Hopkins University,) Lecturer on the Civil Law. HENRY E.DAVIS, LL.M., (Sometime Assistant Attorney of the Dis trict of Columbia,) Lecturer on the History ot Law. WILLIAM F. MATTINOLY, Esq, (ot the Washington Bar.) Lecturer on Practical Commercial Law. The Hon. ANDEEW C. BRADLEY, (Associate Justice ot the Supreme Court of the District ot Columbia.) Lecturer on Criminal Law and on Criminal Pleading and Practice. The Hon. BENJAMIN BUTTERWORTH. (Sometime United States Commissioner of Patents.) Professor ot the Law of Patents. WILLIAM G.JOHNSON, LL. M-, (of the Washington Bar,) Professor of Legal Catechetlcs, Common Law Practice, and Judge ot the Moot Court, COURT OF APPEALS. WILLIAM F. MATTINGLY, Chief Justice. HENRY E. DAVI8, CHARLES W. NEED HAM, Associate Justices. ROBERT H. MARTIN, Secretary and Treasurer. PAINTING lessons, by Mr. and Mrs. VVm. McEllunney, 425 4th st.nw.; day and evening classes: terms moderate. eepU7-7t EDUCATIONALw OLIVIA INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY Noiropen for thero:oi.tlonof stadoati CHEMISTRy. Prof. Charles B. Monroe.- Ph. D. BOTANY, William R. Smith, Supt. Botanical Garden, U. S. A MATERIA MEDICA. Nancy D. Richards, M. O. PHARMACY. John F. Green, Inst. For further Information app'y at residents, Maplo Square, 3. C Are. and tiU Sc H E. BANJO taught by noto or simplified method: a piece guaranteed in each lesson by latter, or no charge. Bend for cir cular. STEPHEN 1L CLEMENTS. Studio 1016 Slh uw. Residence. 1108 Fla. ave, ne oct3-7t-em WIMODAUGHSIS. 13ZS I St. nw. Classes begin Oeul; English branches. Business classes, Elocutlou. Journalism, <erature. Dancing, Delsarte, French and ermaii. ADA L. SMITH. Supt. tclO-tt 100,000 Possible House Renters and Buyers See The Times. EDUCATIONAL Georgetown University, (Koandol 17SJ ) SCHOOL OF LAW. FACULTY. Rev. J. HAVENS RICHARDS. 8. J.. Preldcnt of the University. Hon HENRY H BROWN, L.11 D. (Justice Supreme Court or the United States). Lecturer or. Admiralty Jurlf prudence. Hon. MARTIN F MORRIS. LL. D. (Associate Justice Court of .Anneals of the District of Columbia), Lecturer on Constitutional and Interna tional Law and Compara tlv Jurisprudence Hon BETH PHEPARD. LL D. (Associate Justice Court of Appeals of tns District of Columbia). Lecturer on the Law of Corporations and Equity Jurisprudence, non JEREMIAH M WILSON, LL. D., Lecturer on ll'o Law of Real Estate ana ,- the Law of Evidence. J0SETH J DARLINGTON, LL D.. Lecturer on the Law of Personal Prop erty and Contracts GEORGE E HAMILTON. LL. D . Lecturer on Practice. Testamentary Law and Errulty Pleading and Practice. K, ROSS PERRY, A M., LL. D.. Lecturer ou Common I,aw.PIcadln, Crimi nal Law. ard Domestic Relations. Rev RENE HOLAIND, 8. J., Lecturer on Natural Law. TALLMADGEA LAMBERT. LL-D.. Lecturer on Civil Law. CHARLES A DOUGLASS. Esq . Lecturer on the Law of Torts and Negotia ble Paper. Circuit Court: MICHAEL J COLBERT. A. M. Court of Appeals- Messrs. TALLMADGE A. LAMBERT. JOB BARNARD, and HENRY WISE GARNETT. SAMUEL M. YEATMAN. A. M.. Secretarx and Treasurer. The TTwenty-slxth nnuu.il session of the School of Law opens WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2. 1S03. at 6:30 p .m.. In Its commodious, specially designed Law School Building. Nos. COS and SOS E street northwest, when the introductory lecture will be delivered and announce ments made for the ensuing term. Pres ent and prospective students, alumni and all others- interested In legal educa tion arc cordially Invited to be present. The secretary can be seen In his of fice In the law building dally after September 13, from 6 to 7 p. m., for In formation, enrollment, etc. Those pro Dosing to connect themselves with the school for the ensuing term are request ed to enroll their names before the open ing night and thus avoid the delay incident to that occasion. Circulars giving the course of study, terms, etc.. can be obtained at book stores of W. H. Morrison's Sons. 1326 F street northwest; Lowdermllk& Co., 1424 F street norhtwest. and John Byrne ft Co., 1322 F street northwest, and at W. 8. Thompson's drug store. 703 Fifteenth street north west, or on application personally or by letter to the undersigned. B. M. YEATMAN. Secretary A FEW more pupils for French, German. Latin and Greek. . moderate terms. PROF. F. STRUCK. 113 B st.se. oc0-3t Mount Vernon Seminary CORNER M AND ELEVENTH STREETS. WASHINGTON. D. C. A SELECT RESIDENCE AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS. Twenty-fir6t year opens TUESDAY, Oc tober first. Large and attractive build ings, thoroughly equlpicd with every re quisite of a refined home and a progres sive school Applications for admission of pupils to the day school may lie madeaflerSept ember fifteenth, between the hours of ten and ono o'clock each morning. MRS ELIZABETH J. SOMERS. -e27-3mo. Principal. The Hon ard University Law School (Founded 1357) Will open TUESDAY, Oct 1, "at 6:30 p. m. TUI TION FREE. For circulars containing further Information address JAMES F. HUNDY, tecre tary. OSlco in Law School Building, 410 Sth st. nw. The school Is open to all, WlTtlOUT DIS TINCTION OF RACKOR feEX. who aro orcr years of ago and possess proper quallacatloos Education Below Cost For young men. In 12 branches of study; every one a bread-winner, evening sessions only at the Young Men's Cbristlau Associa tion Business School. 2d lloor. Lc-nman build ing, 1425 New York ave. n w. Call r..r fnll particulars. sc25-l m. GTINSTON INSTITUTE. 1212 and 121414111 St. nw. Fourth session opens Sept. 23. MR. and MRS. H. R. MASON, sein-lmo Washington School of Expression, HETZER0TT MUSIC HALL, F-street entrance. Voice a specialty. Pantomlmlo training and Physical Culture. Best methods. Indorsed by Yale, Harvard. University of Chicago, and others. Send for announcement WJL E. 1IOWRER, Principal 1864. Education For Real LireXSOS. For Sons and Daughters. The Bpencerlan Business College, National Bank of Uio Republic Building. cor. 7th and D nw. Dayandnlgutsesslons. The thirty-first scholastio year ot thli popular Institution begins Monday, Sep tember 2, 1805. Five departments, viz.. Practical business. Including complete bookkeeping course, English, rapid cal culations, rapid writing, moral and social culture, Delsarte system ot expression, civics, political economy and commercial taw. Practical English, with Initiatory bookkeeping. Shorthand and Typewriting, Including English; Bpencerlan Rapid "Writ ing. Mechanical and Agricultural Drawing. Full corps of thoroughly trained teachers. Location central. Office open every business day and llgnL Write or cau for new annual annoono ment Mrs. Sara A. Spencer, Principal and Proprietor. ARCHITECTURAL drawing and mathematics; thorough Instruction; moderate tuition. Address DRAFTSMAN, this office. ocl -7t VOICE CULTURE. MK. HEitNDON MORSELL Pupil of Francesco Lampertl. of 'Milan. Studio at residence. 1410 IStu ft. aw. Hl?.lma 1 00,000 POSSIBLE ROOM RENTERS Read The Times. EDUCATIONAL. National HcmeopatHic Medical College Has removed to the new college bulldlBff, No. 625 Massachusetts avenue northwest. The regular course of lectures for the session of 1895-6 will begin October 1. at 7:30 p. ra. The Introductory address-will bumadc by tticprcsldent. Zalraan Richards, esq., followed by Prof. J. T. Hensley, M. D., Dean of Faculty. The public Is cordially Invited to be present. Students desiring to matriculate cau get announce ments and Information by applying to the registrar at the college building. The free dispensary for the treatment of nil diseases open dally from 2 to C p. m. Dental Infirmary, 10 to 12 and 2 to 5 p. m. By order of the Board ot Trustees. ZALMAN RICHARDS, president se24-10t MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY. 1325 U St. nw., i Washington. D. C. The seventy-fourth session begins October 1. 1895. The ln troouctory lecture 111 be delivered by Dr. W. w. Johnston at 8 p. m. October 1. Regular daily lectures at 5:30 p m Every facility for clinical and 'iboratory work. Laboratories open day and even ing. DR. D. K. snUTE. Dean. 1120 New Yorkava. DR E A DE SCIIVVEINITZ. Secretary Treasurer. selT-lmo 1325 H St. nw. MATHEMATICS - Private les sons, eieuiugs. at home of pupil or teacher; Ihorougn instruction by a. compe tent leather; also preparation for civil service examination; terms moderate. Call after 4 30 p. ni., or address Ph. B.. 1306 T St. li w. oc8-3l SHORTHAND A SPECIALTY. By II. C. Tanner, Granite bldg., corner P and Ninth streets. Call or send for cir cular. ic!7-lmo SrECLVL. NOTICES. THE members of Naval Lodge, No 4, F. A. A M., are requested to assemble at Masonic Temple on Tuesday, October 8, at 3 o'clock p ni. to participate In cere monies of the Grand Lodge in laying the corner-stone of the Fifteenth Street M E. Church. I:eguIatlondre3 black. Byorder of the yf il. . I. H. McCATIIRAN. It Secretary. ATTENTTOK! ItEPUbLlCAN" VOT EKS THE UNION REPUBLICAN CLUB, of the District, will issue certifi cates to those who desire to vote In their respective States for one full faro round trip ticket over the B A O.. R. R..-. TENN.. K. R.: and C. 4 O., R. H. Certificates con be obtained at Room 144, Wlllard's Hotel, from GEO. S EMERY.secretaryof theclub. ALEX W. HOLT, Chairman CampaignCommlttce. 3 3 J. PFLEGING, Tailor. With W. H. GRANSTON, H37 Ta. ave. . cor. 15th st Formerly with Jas. W. Bell, 5th ava N. Y. LOST. LOST Sunday, October 6, heart-shaped breast pin, moonstone and pearls. Re ward It returned to MRS. BARTLETT 1234 I St. nw. It IiOST Gold medal presented to C. Sto veus by pupils of Georgetown school. Reward if returned to owner, 934 P st. niv. Item BUSINESS CHANCES. Choice Acre Lots for $75 Are now being sold at Sherman Park, Md., On a small payment down, balance in either small weekly or monthly payments,. Liberal discount allowed for cash. Full particulars at office. No. 623 F street northwest. FALL STYLES now ready at the old stand, established 1874. JAS. A. HOOVER, TheHatter.Sll Hst.nw. oc3-7t WANTED Good business manager as tnnity. AddressBUSINESSCHANCEH.this onice. ocB--t FOR SALE Grocery and provision store, cheap, good reasons for selling, 900 G st. sw. oc8-2t FOR SALE Grocery stock, horse and wagon; low price; low rent; cause sickness: good chance. GROCERY, this orflce; oc8-2t FOR SALE Oil route; fine tank wagon, horse, harness and list of 40O customers. OIL ROUTE, this office. QC8-2 "WE'LL i HUSTLE FOR XOU If you have a property or a business for sale, at a bargain price. We want noth-. lug but bargains, but we tell them quick for you. Are ycu looking fo.- a live business stand we have such always on our books. Come and see us. , T. O.ANDERSON & CO., " Real Estate aud Business Exchange, 907 G st. uw. A RARE chance for a caterer: larga fine kitchcu and dining room: In first class location, terms vcrv reasonable, if taken at once. Apply at 724 12th St. nw or 7 Dupont Circle. oc6-3t DO YOU I ' WANT TO REALIZE on your property or want to sell your business? Place it in our hands It It U a bargain, we will dispose of It for you quickly. It you are looking for a good business stand, come and we ns T. O. ANDERSON. Real Estate and Business Exchange. 907 G st. nw. DO NOT OVERLOOK THIS Wo have to olter our customers a chance seldom equaled, a. hotel bar on Pa. ave.; price, 54,500, and a good man can clear the cost in less than a year. T. O. ANDERSON ft CO.. Real Estate anil Business Exchange, 907 G st- nw. oc-l-tf DAIRY AND LUNCH-On tho best part ot 7th st. We bave for solo the aforesaid business, which is agrand buy for anyone who has a limited capital to Invest. Tho price is only $2,000, and tho sales amount lo from 540 to ?60 per day. Over halt Is profit. For this grand chance apply to T. O. ANDERSON A CO.. Real Estate and Business Exchange. 907 G su nw. oc4-tt ONE CHANCE IN A THOUSAND A saloouln the vicinity of 9th and F sts. nw.; $1,000 down. $1,500 at $50 a month; fixtures alono worth $3,000. Owner muse leave town by Saturday, nnd business must, besoldbythen. Apply to T.O.ANDERSON & CO., Real Estate and Business Exchange, 907 d st. nw. oc4tf "WRITE for latest pamphlet on Crip, pie Creek gold mining stocks and weekly quotations ot stock market. Sent) free on application to J. P. KANE ft CO.. Colorado Springs. Colo. ocl-20t COLUMBIA, bicycle, $80; cycle, $30; sidebar buggy, $15; phaeton, $lC;fine, stylish black pony, $50; bay horse, $35; top-wagon, $15; shopping buggy, $35; parlor stove, almost new, $5. Must be sold, as I must leave the dty. 1328 H ne. lt-em FOR SALE Second-band furnltura store; cheap; good reason for selling, A(JdressFURNITUR.thlsoftlce. ocSt j - soa, Jggy".-,-Jlfe,:i -- . rj, i Zilt - . -frl -Cy -fa-W-tfr -.- .- ..j- ;?: .,-.-. aj-ar' -'!