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TELE M-ORNECTGr TIMES. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1895.
THE TIMES' 32,000 SpRETY SMALL ADS.
REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW GENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS.
TIMES SMALL ADS.
Cost Less and
Go Further
THAN OTHERS.
HELP WAMTED-MALE.
Choice Acre Lots for $76
Aro now beiti bold at
Sherman Park, Md..
On a small pa)inent down, balance In
either mull weekly or monthly laments.
Liberal discount allowed for cash. Full
particulars at ofrice, No. 623 F street
northwest.
WANTED-Vwl makers. IIASLETT
I'laTcL, Tailors, 1345 Fa. ave.
oc9-2t '
TVANTED-A young roan with clerl-
oiiannio, who can Come well recom
mended, who lias a rew liundred dollars,
as secretary ot a compahy doing business
la thlH illy and handling an Invention
Indorsed hy tlie U. 8. army and navy. Ad-,
dress OPPORTUNITY,tliIs off ice, ocl) tf
WANTED-A boy lourteen or fifteen
jears in age to learn the 6lgn painting
trade. Apply JIAAS A 8ARGEANT, 1417
G St. nw., between 8 and a Wednesday
morning. ; It
WANTED-A-boy about llftecn years
uiagetoukecareofstockaudmafcebim
self generally useful about store. Call
between anJ 7 o'clock p. in., THE nUB,
14th and l'a. ave. It
WANTED Cigar salesman; liberal
commission. Apply 707 O 'fit. nw..
Room 7. It
WANTED-A boy to take care of
horse aiKi carriage and make himself
generally useful. DIM lth St. nnr. It
WANTED fctenograplier and tjpe
wnter. Call at Hooms 11) and -0, 1424
New Vork ave. - It
WANTED Upholsterer and carpet la y
er. 2019 14th st. It
WANTED-Canvasser on advertising
sitec-ialuc; rapid sellers; no fakes; none
but mailers need apply, after 9 a. m.
T. T. Co.. 402 Clh nt- ii w. oeB-lt-em
WANTED-Salesman on commission
to grocerj and notion trade; salable
goods; must lie well acquainted. Address,
with refs., O. B. A Co., Stewart Building,
6th and 1) nw. oi8-lt-em
WANTED- Dyeraiidalotallor. 1729
i'a ave- n iv. t-3lenj
"WANTED A good night engineer at
tden Echo Tower House. Apply to
THOMAS C. POLE. ocb-2tem
WANTED-Tm f irstlass paper bang-
ersat l-imaml P.i.ave.nw. o, tS-2t
V ANTED Two experienced clothing
salesmen. Apply to L. 1). MOOUC, Man
ager, "The Famous" 803 l'a. ave. nw-.
oc8 3t
WANTED-An expert, shoemaker, nt
"Jo3 U ru nw at once. " oc7-3t
WANTED-Vnuns men to introduce
rirst-cMss i-ombination work just issued
In New l'ork by the Judge Co.; ..-xteUent
opportunity for oung men entering busi
ness. J. E. M. 1!.. tills office. oct-6
WANTED Ten rirst-ctass coat mak
ersaloiice. J.D.tlfJUNS.,icCO.,!Jthand
O mh ii w oet2-tf
11ELP WANTED FEMiALE.
Choice Acre Lots For $75
Arc How being bold at
c Sherman Park, Md.,
On a small imminent down, balance in
either small weekly or monthly pajnicnta-.
Liberal discount allowed for cash. Full
particulars at oftice. No. G23 F street
northwest.
WANTED-A white woman for gen
eral housework in a lamlly of two; a
good home lor the proper person. Apply
to 1322 F st. nw. It
WANTED Eperlcnced assistant
bookkeeper, jouug lady; reference re
quired. Apply W. V., tills office. It
WANTED-Young white girl, German
preierreu, to do general housework;
small family; references required. Call
1010 South Curolinaave. se. It
WANTED-A girl for general house
work. Call 809 K st. sw. It
WANTED-One colored laundress, one
cnunmcriiiald. 730 11th st. nw. It .
WANTED-A respectable middle-aged
colored woman 10 do general house
work: must bm g good references. Apply
to 1400 N. Capitol St. lt-em
WANTED-A woman for general
housework; stay nights. 427 3d St.
sw. oc8-3t
WANTED-Tm colored women for do-uii-silc
work, at MKS. L. C. MOORE'S,
30fl l st.nw. oc8-3 1
HELP
tVANTED-MALE AND
FKJIAIX.
WANTED- Cooks, chambermalds.wait-re-ses.
nurses, dishwashers, all kinds of
help. 61 13th st. nw. oc9-2t
WANTED-Help ruriiisbed tree by Mrs.
I C. MtluRE. ;iuG U st. nw. ot8 3t
WANTED-Clerks, salesmen, drivers!
porters, coachmen, waiters, cooks,
belp or all kind to call. G14 13th st. nw.
oc9-2t
WANTED-Immediately, sopranos,
4 .mm, 4 tenors and -1 bassos for a vol
unteer church choir; only those who read
music need apply. Address CHURCH
CHOIR, this office. oc7-3t
WANTED Smith Premier Type
writer operators and stenographers
ciiected to positions. Operators de
viling to fomtlianzo themselves with new
Ko. 2 Smith Pfemior Typewriter call
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
CO No 141G F at. nw Jv3l-tf
WAKTCD-1XAT3.
WANTED-A G or 6 room modern flat;
comenient to 14tU st. cor Hue. Ad
dress MODERN FLAT, thbtofflcc. selG-tf
WANTED-KA IUIS.
WANTED-To rent a farm near Wash
ingiuu suitalilc for poultry; rcasona-
Wc rent W.S. P.. Ihisoirico. oc7-3t-em
BOARDING.
TABLEBO ARD Va.cookirg;$3 50
per week. 521 3d St. nw. It
BOARD and room Desirable second
and third story front rooms, with
board; rates icry reasonable. 738 3d
st. nw. OC9-21
"WANTED Couple to occupy room
.inu lHarn; no oilier boarders: no chil-
dreii: comforts of a good home. Address
BOARDERS, tills office o 07-31 cm
ron bent office hooms.
FOR RENT A delightful office room,
2d floor. 1. 113 F su; first-class busi
ness location, terms easy. oc8-3t-cm
WANTED rOSTAGE STAMPS.
WANTED-A collection of'U. 8. and
loreigu Ktjmiis. Address COLLECT
OR. Times office. oc7-4t-em
WANTED-All kinds or old TJ. 8.
jiosiagu stamps; Department stamps
especially desired. Highest prices paid.
H. F. DUNKHORST, 1000 7th st. nw.
oc3-7t
FOR BENT-FAKMS.
FOR RENT 35 acres, 2 frame bouses;
branch on place; good spring; land clear;
Drst-ciass place for dairy or truck garden;
Id District of Columbia; 20: or wlUsell on
cuy terms. D. D. THOMTSON, 1336 Fat,
or 1214 H st. V oc5-7t-em
situation wanted-male,
WANTED-By a bright boy, a posi
tion at anything honorable. 1NDUS-
TKIOUBlSll 13thjt,uw. H
BY a young, man not afraid of work.
Please call IIAKEU, 182G 33d st. nw.
' oc9-3 1
STEADY young man would like po
sition ot any kind wllh private family
or hotel; would take S5 and board a month.
Address J. 8., this office. It
WANTED By colored boy, place in
store to go errands. Address 1439 W
6t. nw. oc9-2t
WANTED-Bf a young colored man,
as a bell-man, or bouse cleaning, wait
ing, or driving, or footman, or messenger.
Address to JAMES MATTHEW, 1031 17th
St. nw. oc9-2t
WANTED- Position nsbookkecper and
stenographer or as stenograplur by
young man, experienced and good reis.. H.
COOPE.careTheArdmore.l3thst. It-cm
WANTED-A man to sell procerus to
Ihe trade, for cash; to one controlling
palronagea big inducement will beoffered.
J.T. I). PYLK3. 412 4lliht.se.
WANTE3-t'ni"K man wants liosl-
tlon ns receiving and shipping clerk;
best references; 3 jears'expencncc. II. W.
J Times office. It-em
SOLICT
100.000 People
Through One Ad.
WANTED-Place as cook by colored
man. :ilulst-sw. It-cm
WANTED-Caterer wants a dining
room and kitchen in first-class location.
Apply to 1232 Kith St. nw. lti-ta
WANTED-br custom shirt-outer. 12
ears experience, position. Address
CUTTER, this office. ot8-2l-cm
WANTED-Walter, single, with good
leecinuuiuis. wlshfR situation. Pitusc
address P. E., Times office. It-cm
SITUATION wanted A joung Vir
ginian oi 21 uesires a Situation as clerk
in store or olf!cc:will start at small sal
ary: experience an-i good rejs. Addrtss
J. W. S.. 404 7th St. s (v. It-cm
WANTED-Colored boy to drive for
a aoctor. 2223 V.t. ave. nv. It
WANTED-l'lace ns cook In hotel or
restaurant. 128Cst.sw. oc8-3t
WANTED-ly while boy. 13. pure
to ilo errands for boanl while attend
ing school; can manage horses. Address
K. N.. this office. ocG-Ot
MTUATIONS WAJ.-1'KU KUMALE
WANTED-Plain sewing, or washing
and ironiug, or day work. 35 Icntou
St. nc. It
WANTED-Bj a first-class laundress,
single uuj'sor gentleman's wasning.or
smalt lamilj's washing, sausfactlon given in
work. Call or write 1011 V st. inv., 11AT
TIEUELL; ocU-2t
"WANTED Good wonuin for general
liouseworc In a small family. Address
341 Md. ave. sw. lt-em
WANTED-BJ resiH.-ctable colored T;lrl
a place as chambermaid; can gn e good
references. Call at 2136 11 St. nvt.
oc8-2t-cm
WANTED-Sewing by thedjy or week:
exinrienced dressmaker. Address MISS
R.L. LEWI8.141C lOthst.nw. lt-em
WANTED-Girl for tbaiubermaid or
nurse. 228 Va. ave. nw. It
WANTED First-class families wash
ing nmuironlug at home. Address V.
I . this orfio.. . iulK-2t
1VANTEII MISCELLANEOUS.
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 pa meets.
Liberal discount allowed for cash. 1ill
particulars at ofnee, No. 623 F street
northwest.
WANTED-Anupright, outsidedisplay
case;at3ocasetohingd,npauelnrwiauow;
state size, sbaiw, and price. Address Lox
t. 8. Z. It
WANTED-A horse lor bis feed, by a
rcspousibie party. Inquire at 1401 3d
8t;riw. oc9 2t
WANTED-A horse lor its keeping for
.sixty das; light driving. Call at 705
4 1-2 su sw., Washington, D. C, belore
80 a. in. or alter 8 p. in. It
WANTED A second-hand pool ta
ble. Audrcss, stating price, D. E. F.,
this office. oc9 3t
WANTED-To buy a good-sized horse,
lor delivery wagon; must be cheap and
have a couple of dajs trial before buying.
Address N. O. r.. this office. It
WANTED-A light two-horse farm
w-agou. In good order. Address 907
Louisiana ave. It
WANTED A fecoiid-hand.hlgh grade.
Tight weight lady's bicycle: must be
cheap lA- cash. Address V. M. C. this
office. oc9-2t
WANTED-A strong grocery wagon;
must be in good condition and cheap.
412 4thst.se.
WANTED War Department, Supply
Division, Oct. 8, 189o. 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. oc!8-2t
WANTED-A good job printing press;
must be in good condition; quarto size.
II. M.. this office. oc5 fit
WANTED-All should know Dr. Mary
Cordon tells trulhfulncs3 of friends,
business deal, or matrimonial venture.
Tells all your business affairs with utmost
truth; lost or stolen properly; eery bid
den myslcry revealed; makes speedy aud
happy marriages with the one jou love
by proper novice. Don't buy, tell, or
go on a Journey until you consult this
gifted lady in person or by letter. She
diagnoses your case by spiritual insight
aided by a staff of competent physicians.
Ladles may consult in confidence on all
diseases peculiar to their sex. Oftice
ami residency. 1109 O st. nw. se29-lm
WANTED-Glrls to be tclf-supportlng;
married ladles to lessen dressmakiug
bills by learning to cut by Merchant Tailor
Square: particulars at school, 718 12th
tt. sel4-tf
Wanted Try Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FHEE.
And course only for palatini: workfuarautesl
NAT. HUbUEU KOOF PAU.T CO , lOil Stb. nw
FOn ItENT HOUSES.
Choice Acre Lots for $75
Arc 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 office, No. 623 F street
northwest.
FOR RENT-517, No. 2006 8th st.
uw., 0-room, bay window brick; mod.
imp.; win rent to a nice colored family;
Inquire 4 20 Fla. ave. nw. It-cm
FOR RENT 202 11th st. ne., six
rooms aud bath, water and gas, only
$13.00; also a furnished barber shop.
Apply G. T. BOYD, Stewart Bldg., 402
OUi st. nw. oc8-3
FOR RENT $18.D0 Brick nouse. No.
440 li st. u w.: 6r.. 2 halla. balll. water,
gas: largo yards: house arranged for two
families; open for Inspoitlnn. ocG-Gt
FQJl EXCHANGE.
FOR EXCHANGE-3 room house;
fine location; nw.; for-ground. Ad
dress BUILDER, this office. oti7-3t-cm
ATTORNEYS.
CAMPBELL CA.RRINGTON.
Attorney-at-Law, Webster Law Build
ing, 505 D st. nw., Washington, D. C.
Residence, No. 3. Mount Vernon Flats,
cor.N. Y. ave, and 9th st. nw. selO-lnio
FOR BENT HOUSES.
CONSULT us when you want to rent a
bouse. Weeansultyou. Hereareafew
wo are offering at a great reduction :
1114 II st. cc Store and dwelling. 9
rooms, bath, a. m. 1.: heated by steam;
beautifully pq pored: large concrete cel
lar $30 per montbi
lilt B st. ne Desirable part of Capitol
Hill; 8 rooms, bath, a. m. 1.; corner;
only $26.00 pcrnioutb.
319 8pruce street, Le Droit Pa rk0 rooms,
bath, a. m. 1.; in first-class order:
only $25,50 per mouth.
718 5th st. ne. Onc-balf square from U
st. cable; G rooms, bath, a. m. 1.; only,
$20.50 per mouth.
G24 I st. ne 6 rooms. Uilli, a. m. I. ; good
frame stable; only S10.G0 tier month.
36 10th st. sue. 7 room, a. ra. 1.; nice
frame cottage; side yard and stable:
only $10.50 per mouth.
1238 Linden st. he. G rooms, bath. a. m.
1.; Just been reduced to. .$12.50 per month.
608 Brewer's court no. 4 rooms, brick:
water und sewer: only.. ..$8 per montu.
Call early before these are taken.
COLLINS & (! A 1)1)18.
oc7-3t 511 lllh st. nw.
FOB RENT 1-40 Duncan St., uc., 7
rooms; all mod. Imps.; nearly new;
$15.30. JOHN W.MOR1US, G14Fst.
ocS-7t-um
FOR RENT 92G N. Cave.se., tl rooms
ami iiruk stable, $35; 37 8 st. lilt,
new, 9 roonu, $25; ('.0 8 15th Bt.ne., Grooms
and cellar, sjlb.50; G14, store, corner 15Ui
and Tonti. ave., ne., with 7-rooni dwelling,
$ 16.50. F. J. DIEUDONNE, Room 23, Ohio
National Hank Hldg.
FOR RKNT ROOMS.
FOR RENT 911 Q st. nw., fur. and
uufur. rooms, with board, $22 per
month. ocU--t
FOR RENT Communicating roomsT
2d story; wllh closets; light hotiseki-ep-
Ing or board; 1 square from Pension Office.
521 3d st. nw. oc9-lt
FOR RENT 1000 E St. sw., lour nn
lurnisiicdrLoin3onflrstfloor. oeO 2t
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms
for fight lioksekeeping; $12 per month.
700 9th st. ne. oc9-3t
FOR RENT Wlnthrop Helghtsrnew
elegant cottages; $10, $12, $13. In
quire at the P. O. oc9-4t
PUT YOUR AD.
IN TWO EDITIONS
For the Price of One.
FOR RENT Second floor ball bed
rooin. Mi.t North Capitol St. oc9-3t
LARGE, pleasant front room, 2d story;
suitable fur one or two adults. 719
21st St. nw. oc9-3t
FOR RENT Large front fur. room;
tuitaole ror one or two gentlemen.
1229 Clh St. nit. oc9-3t
FOR RENT Nicely fnr. rcAus; suita
ble lcr men; conveniently located; with
board;$4 per week. 63b B st t,w. It
FOR RENT Nice, large office roomf
suituoic ior doctor; has been used for
such lor 15 J tars; centrally located. G38
B st. sw. It
604 12th st. nw.Unfur. rooms for light
housekeeping, v. iih heat and gas. It
FOR RENT Handsome rosewood fur.
room lor nut cheap. 722 11th st.nw.
ct9-Ct
FOR RENT A very deirable.2d-story
lrunt room, with or without board.
Apply 734 otb st.nw. It
3 OR 4L fresh papered, unfur. rooms;
southern csposure; a. m. 1., 2d floor; no
children; light housekeeping. 013 6th and
Ackers t.ne; 1 1
NICELY fur. back iiarlor; also hall
room; beat, gas, bath; cheap. 205 1) st.
aw. oc9-3t
TWO first-floor unfur. rooms; bay win
dow iiarlor and ball room; beat and
gas; $10. 708 N. Cop, st. It
FOR RENT- room frame; water in
jard; $7. By K. D.RUFFIN, D24 10th
St., cor. F st. nw. It
FOR RENT 225 H St. ne., two de
sirable, fur. rooms; light housekeeping
permitted. It
FOR RENT Unftir., 2 newly-pnpcrcd
rooms; heat, gas, bay window, closets;
$8 per montbjTl 1 12th stne. lt
FOR RENT ?12.B0 and S1G, 121G nnd
1218 II st. nc., 6-room flats; a. m.l.;
on line of H St. cable. E GRAVES, 474 C
St. nw. cc9-6t
FOR RENT 3 very desirable rooms;
fur. or unfur.; convenient to all car
lines; gentlemen preferred. 60B Mass ave.
nw. oc0-4t
FOR RENT 1219 M s'unw.;2d floor;
large beautiful rooms; southern expos
ure. " It
Choice Acre Lots For $75
Are now being sold at
Sherman Park. Md.,
On a small payment down, balance In
cither biti.ili weekly or monthly payments,.
Liberal discount allowed for cash. Full
particulars at office, No. 623 F street
northwest.
FOR RENT Two unfur. rooms, 2d
sior, with bath. G08 10th st. sw.
oc8-2t-em
FOR RENT 2 fur. 2d story rooms,
without board. 1515 Vt. ave.
oc8 3t-em
TWO front rooms; unfur.; suitable for
light housekeeping, heat. hgbtnud bath;
private family. Applyl204Ost.nw. Item
FORRENT $1.50and$2.50pcrweek;
newly fur. rooms; gas, bath, beat;
private family. 806 It st. nw. oc8 3t
FOR RENT 512 E st. nw., near Gth,
desirable fur. front parlor, alcova;
also front rooms. 2d and 3d floors. oc8-7t
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms;
central to uepts., markets, cars, etc;
with all modern Improvements; cost front;
1 front parlor handsomely furnished; no
steps. 018 3d st. nw. oc8-3
FOR RENT Parlors for two gents;
same for family, with kitchen; cheap.
2208 14th st. oc.8-3
FOR RENT 2 well furnished rooms
second story. 1218 9th nw. oct8-2t
FOR RENT Elegant suite of rooms
ciiean: Willi nnvate bath:. other well
heated roonu. $10. 924 14th st.nw.oc8-3t
FOR RENT 613 N. J. ave. nw., two
Biugie furnished rooms, suitable for
gentlemen; $1 per weet. oc83t
FOR RENT 1130 12th St. nw.. Just
uboe Mass. ave., several handsomely
furnished rooms; all modern Improvements:
terms reasonable. oc8-3t
FOR RENT Large, nicely rurnished
lrout room; suitable for two gentle
men. 421 4th uw. oc8-3l
FOR RENT One or two baudsome
rooms, at low rental; furnished or
unfurnished: new bouse; cars and heretics
handy. 1810 8 nw. oc8-2t
FOR RENT 810 nth st. nw., ono fur
nished front room; first floor; heat and
gas; one front hall room, third floor. $6
per month. oc8-3t
FOR RENT 4 rooms; 423 1st st. nw.
Colored only. oc7-3t-em
FOR RENT 1318 14th st. uw.; de
sirable rooms: furnished oc5 7t-em
FOR CTNT-Unfurnished 1311 11th
st. iS3s2goar lovely rooms; parlor,
chamber, iZBSStejoom and kitchen.
oc4Gt
FOR RENT B33g?ue rosewood fur.
room lor rent cheav"i i2 1 1 th St. nw.
oo3-7t
FOR 'RENT Furnished rooms od sec-
onu ana miro iioor, wiui ooara; refer
ence given IX required,
at.
1723 and 1723 O
OC3-7t
Choice Acre Lots for $75
Aro 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 offlce. No. 6 J If street northwest.
FO It RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT -43 N. Cap. sU, fur.
rooms; zd'uud 3d floors; single or eo
suite; Willi first-class table board; near 3
car lines and Capitol. oc3-7t
FOR RENT No. 1165 19th st. nw,
lurmsueu or unrurnUhcd, one large
second floor front room, alcove; new house;
no children In bouse; with or without board.
oc3-7t
PERSONAL,.
A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY.
A. company handling a new patent that
Is indorsed by tho U. b. army and navy, de
sires to communicate with men of means.
Quick returns for small Investments. Will
stand closest scrutiny.. Address GOOD
CHANCE, this office -oc9 tf
PROFESSOR TRTJE-No. 7 14 F st-
sw. trance welling, spiritual medium,
truthful, reliable and loutldeutlal; can
be consulted and does hot receive money or
make any charge unless you are satisfieiL
No business done by mail. Call and bo
convinced. Hours, 9 a. at. to 8 p. m.
oc9-3t
FREE to Beginners A lesson worth
j. explaining the system of drawing,
enabling pupils to make free hand por
traits In it few weeks. ARTIST, bOO
lltll st nw. . oc9-2t
OLE MAN HAWKINS Is almost
in-re. Oct ready lor Mm li coining to us
foran elegant custom-mudesu It orovcrcoatv
"the least bit worn." at prices- without a
precedent. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, G19 D
st. nw lt-em
PROF. CLAY If the oldest estab
lishiil. only reliable, genuine and nat
ural born clairvoyant and medium In
this city: reveals every hidden mystery,
finds losses, brines separated together,
and causes speedy marriage with the ono
you love by proper advice; if you are in
bad luck lie wjll change it: removes rara-ily-troubles,
evil influences, cures spells,
tells who are your enemies, how to over
come them ami avoid all troubles: advico
on business, loie affalra, absent friends,
burlnl treasures, or what business you art
best suited to be sucaeslrul: be never falls
to give satisfaction. .Call and be con
vince! of fits wonderful power to aid you.
He surprises all who'have consulted him.
Fifteen years established; fc,. to cents:
hours. 10 a. m. to 9 p, m.: open Sunday.
489 II st. bit. 4 1-2'ard Gth sts. aw.
THE "3 DAYS" CURE FOP. MEN.
This remedy cures in 3 days or no
charge. Consultation free. DIE. McKEE
HAN. 71 12th St. nw. ocC-7t
MASSAGE bath and electric treat
ment, by a competent lady operator.
MRS. LEWIS, 702 9th st. nw. oc7-7t
i -j 't ' " - -i
100,000
Possible Correspondents
Wil! See Your
TIMES SMALL AD.
TAKE your Lootus bath at 702.9th
i st. nw.; price, $1; .hours, 9 a. ra. to 9
1 p. m. oc7-7t
J. T. W ALKF.RSONS. 204 lOttrsC
nw..carpct lining, felts, fire brick and
clay, asbestos, paints, brush.-" iinio, cement,
twoond three-ply roofing materlatapr21-tf
HEARING restored, rtnglng In ears
stopped, catarrh enred Consultation
free. Dr. UEACY. 1407 N. Y. ave. nw.
oe2-lm
THE Wonderrul Remedy. Cancers cured
without knife, pain nr pay until enrea:
also carbuncles, pill's, dropsv. by PROK
MARTIN RILEY. 4G0 Pa.avcnw.oc-ri-lmo
MME. FR ANCIS.ourtrucf nendacd
spiritual auUscr, can help you in all
cases ot trouble when all other so-called
mediums and fortune tellers fail. Call and
be convinced: will not deceive you. Hours
l fn O !fw. nnd rtno in alL 324 East
"Capltol street. ocl-7t
3IIVIE. ROYSTON. Bf"utT .8Pccl2J
1st. b04 1 2th st. uw.; nil blemishes re
moved, wrinkles absolutely etTaeed, and
complexion made perfects no pain, no
poisons; consultation free, dally II' to 1
and 2 to D, except Sunday se29-lmo
LADIES needing confIdentl.il treat
ment. A safe and sure relief In all
female trouble, constipation, irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opiam habit, fistula,
etc Separate looms for rwtlents before
and during confinement, and find homes
for infants If required. Slriclly o-nf iden
UaL MJtS. DR. KENNER. 16 Fourth st
ue.. near E. Capitol st . Washington, D. 0.
JeS-tf
AIBIE. ESTELLE tells all events of
lile; gites advice In domestic troubles;
strictly confidential: and heals all kinds
or sons, the latter ror ladies only; hours,
9 a. in. to 10 p. m. 913 19th st- nw.
ar. H. LESTER,. Jobbing gardener,
121 1st st. nw. Cards. oc5-7t-em
PIANO lessons L. 8. McElhlnney. No.
425 1th st. nw.; experienced teacher;
reduced rates. sel8-lmo
DR. TAYLOR. 906 F st.nw.. maVea
full sets of teeth for $B; satisfaction
guaranteed; tectt extracted without pain;
gold filling, $1; amaDgam. 60c se4-tf
Choice Acre"U6ts for $75
Are now tjelng sold at
Sherman "Park, Md
On a small pajmfjnt !down, balance In
either small weekly or'nionthly payment.
Liberal discount allowed for cash. FuU
particulars at ofrice) "No. 623 F street
northwest. i i
ataiE. FR ANCIST-Washington'sold-est
and must gitteU medium, can help
all those that are in trouble, when you have
tried all othersand they have failed call then
and be convinced of this wonderfulaplritual
power, hours, 9 to 9; 0 nnd 60 cents. 324
E. Capitol St. oc8-7t
EGYPTIAN Gypsy Seventh daugh
ter of the seventh generation; she ran
tako oft spells and cause to marry, as weU
as tell you the past aud future; persons caU
ing at the tent next to railroad, wlllask for
MME. BURNETT.
Take Ecklngton and Soldiers' Home
cars. oc8-7t
MME. BROOKE 'eU3 a" lne events
ot life; all business confidential; ladies
and gentlemen, BO cents each; hours, 9 a.
m. to 9 p. m. 606 New York ave. nw.,
near Gth st. oc8-14t
OtTRsreatcstmedlumandspirltualracUier,
Dr. Mary Gordon, tells you all things
and gives a proper remedy foryour trouble.
.Always at homo. 1109Gst.nw. se22-lm
WANTED BOOMS.
WANTED-To rent, wltbln walking
distance of Pennsylvania ave. and 6th
St., by young married couple with child,
two small or one large furnished room for
lighthousckeeplng. AddressA.PLEITNnR,
410 18th St. nw. It
EDUCATIOKATj.
THE DUNT0NIAN
ElectriGal InstitiltB,
I1UTCIIIN3 BUILDINO. 10TH AND D
8T8. N. W.
We teach electricity in science and ap
plication. Applied mechanics. Mechanical
draughting uud designing. Full labora
tory aud practical shop courses. Lutct
and best methods. Not the "only school
In the world," but the best in Washington.
Opens October 2. Call at the office for
full particulars, or address the principal,
UEORUE EDW. BUNION.
LADY B'lLDENTS ADMIT'l'KU.
sc21-lm
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY
CrtOod, 1312 Massachusetts avenue.
Washington, D. C A day school for youni.
ladies and little girls. In addition to a
thorougb courso in English. French, Uerin&n
and Latin, special ulvantagesareoffereaw
studonte in tlie art and uiuMcal depamnenta.
A kindergarten will be opened in connec
tion with the academy. sel3-lm
NORWOOD INSTITUTE A
Home and Day bctioi.lior Girls. 1761
K St., near Connt-cticut ave. .
MRS. WM. D. CAUELL.
sel7-lm Principal.
NATIONAL Acndemy of Fine Arts
Drawing aiiiTl'alnluig. Thorough In
struction fur artists, teaciiers. decorators,
designer:, illustrators, parents and children.
In ever branch, of art. Portraits to
order In every style, from $10 to $3,000
Old or luiured pictures cleaned, varnished,
restored, la the most skillful manner, 602
E st. nw. e22 tf
EMERSON INSTITUTE
l Young's Academy.)
SELECT CLAHS1CAL AND MATHS
MATICAL.
School for Young Men and Boys,
914 14th St.. bet. I and K.
Begins Its forty-fourth scholastic year Sep
tember 23. This school has a national repu
tation, and is rccognlzedas uneof theleaduig
preparatory schools of this country. It
prepares for all the universities, college nnd
scientific, schools, for the United; dtatrs
MlUtarynnd Naval academies, and for hust
ness. Thegradiiatcroribisschooltakuliica
rank wherever they go.
Mr.EtlwiuH. Foster will contlnuelncbarga
ot the Junior Department. For circulars,
etc. address
CHA8. B. TOUNG, Ph. D .
sel7-lm Principal nnd Proprietor.
32,000
INSERTIONS
Of Your Small Ad.
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
The
Columbian
University,
WASHINGTON. D. a
REV. B. L. WHITMAN. D. D.. President
Examination ot Candidates for Admission
to College, Medical, and Deutal Schools.
September 20 and 21.
College Session begins September 23.
Session of Academy begins September 23.
Kreslon of Medical School begins Oc
tober 1.
Session of Dental School begins Oc
tober 1.
Session of Bclontlflo School begins Oc
tober 2.
Session of Law School begins October S.
Session of Graduate School begins Oc
tober 4.
THE rnETARATORY SCTIOOL.
Thorousli iircparation fnr tbe Cbk
loco, ror ttio isclenttflo fecbool, for
ttioNuvul ii nd Military Aciidemlea,
and for buttnei.
THE COLLEGE.
FuIlClassiculiindSclcntlflcCourse
Ofien to BtudentH of botUexes.
THE COIICQRAN SCIENTD7IC
SCHOOL.
.Forty-seven rrofensors and In.
atrnctors; tsvunty-tbree fnll de
lHirrmcntH; twelve fall coarKOs of
tudy. Spectal ntndents admitted.
THE LAW SCHOOL.
Twelve professors, Including two
Associate Justices or tba United
Stutca Supreme Court.
THE MEDICAL SCHOOL.
Thirty professora and assistants.
Tbe courso Is fonr years.
THE DENTAL SCHOOL.
Seventeen professors; onuaoal
facilities. TUo course Is throe
ynrs.
THE GRADUATE SCHOOL.
Courses of advanced lnstraotlon,
leudlnz to il. A., M. S.. C.E., E. E.,
and I'll. H.
For catalogue descriptive of the several
courses address ROBT. H. MARTIN,
Secretary.
THE LATY SCHOOL. FACULTY.
REV. B. L. WHITMAN. D. D President
TheHON. 'WALTFR S. COX, LL. D., Dean,
(Associate Justice nt the Supreme Court
ot the District ot Columbia,)
Professor of tho Law of Real Estate, ot
Contracts, aud of Commercial Paper.
The HON. JOHN M. HARLAN. LL. D..
(Associate Justico jf the Supreme Court
of the United States.)
Professor of the Constitutional Jarlspra?
dence of the United States, of the Law
of Domestto Relations, ot Per-
Eoual P ruperty and of Torts.
The Hon. WILLIAM A. MAURY, LL. D..
(Sometime Assistant Attorney-General ot
the United States,)
Professor ot Equity Jurisprudence, ot Com
mon Law and Equity Pleading, and ot
tbe Law of Evidence, and the
Jurisdiction and Practice ot
the U. 8. Courts.
The Hon. DAVID J. BREWER, LL.D..
(Assoclato Justice nt the Supremo Court
or tne unuea states.)
Professor of the Law of Corporations.
Pror. G. H. EMMOTT. LL. M
(of the Johns Hopkins University,)
Lecturer on the Civil Law.
HENRY E. DAVIS, LL.M.,
(Sometime Assistant Attorney ot tbe Dis
trict ot Columbia,)
Lecturer on the History of Law.
WILLUM F. MATTINOLY, Esq,
(of the Washington Bar.)
Lecturer on Practical Commercial Law.
The Hon. ANDREW C. BRADLEY,
(Associate Justice ot the Supreme Court
of the District of Columbia,)
Lecturer on Criminal Law and on Criminal
Pleading and Practice.
The Hon. BENJAMIN BUTTERWORTH.
(Sometime United Slates Commissioner ot
Patents,)
Professor of the Law ot Patents.
WILLIAM G. JOHNSON, LL. M,
(ot tbe Washington Bar,)
Professor ot Legal Catechetics, Common.
Law Practice, and Judge at the
Mont Court.
COURT OP APPEALS.
WILLIAM F. MATTDIQLT,
Chief Justice.
HENRY E. PAVB3. CHARLES W. NEED
HAM, Associate Justices.
ROBERT H. MAKTDf,
Secretary and Treasurer.
EDUCATIONAL,
OLIVIA
INSTITUTE
OF
PHARMACY
Now open for thereceptlonof stodsots.
CHEMlSTRr.
Prof. Charles E. Monroe. Ph. D.
BOTANY,
William R. Smith, Suot. Botanical
Garden, U. S. A
MATERIA MEDICA.
Nancy D. Richards, rI. D.
PHARMACY.
John F. Croon, Inst.
For farther Information sppfy st residence.
Maple Squire, &. C. Ave. aud ttu St S. .
GCNSTON INSTITUTE. 1212 and
1214 14th st.nw. Fourth 6eiiou opera
Sept. 2.". MR. and MRS. B. R. MASON.
sel9-lmo
Education Below Cost
For young men. In 12 branches of study:
every one a brcad-winuer. evening sessions
only at the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion Itiisinefts school. 2d floor, Leo man bulld
lniz. 1425 New I'ork ave. n w. Call for full
pa. Irulars. se2S-lm.
100,000
Possible House Renters
and Buyers
See The Times.
Georgetown University,
(Tounded lt81)
BCH00L OP LAW.
FACULTY.
Rev. J HAVENrf RICHARDS, 8. J,
, Prelsdent of the University.
Hon. HENRY B BROWN, LL. D.
(Justice Supreme Court of the United
States),
Lecturer or, Admiralty Jurisprudence.
Hon.-MARTIN F MORRIS. LL. D.
(Associate Justice Court ot Appeals ot the
District of Columbia I.
Lecturer on Constitutional and Interna
tional Law aud Coxnnara
live Jiirlsurudence
Hon BETH SHEPARD. LL. D.
(Associate Justice Court of Appeals of the
Disirirt of Columbuti.
Lecturer on tbe Law of Corporations and
Eculty Jurltpruderce.
Hon. JEREMIAH M. WILSON. LL. D.,
Lecturer on the Law of Real Estate and
the Law of Evidence.
JOSEPH J DARLINGTON. LL D..
Lecturer on the Law of Personal Prop
erty eld Contracts
GEORGE E HAMILTON. LL. D .
Lecturer on Practice. Testamentary Law
and Fc city I'lpaillng and Practice.
R. ROSS PERRY, A M.. LL. D
Lecturer on Common Law Pleading. Crimi
nal Law. aid Drmcstlc Relations.
Rev RENE HOLAIND, 8. J..
Lecturer on Natural Law.
TALLMADGEA LAMBERT.LL.D..
Lecturer on Civil Law.
CHARLES A DOUGLASS. Esq.,
Lecturer on tbe Law t Torts and Negotia
ble Paper.
Circuit Court: MICHAEL J. COLBERT,
A.M.
Court of Appeals Messrs. TALLMADGH
A. LAMBERT. JOB BARNARD, and
HENRY WISE GARNETT.
BAMUELM YEATMAN. Alt.
Secretarvand Treasurer.
The twenty-sixth annual session ot
Uie. School of Law opens WEDNESDAY,
OCTOBER 2. 1893, at 6:30 p jn.. In Its
commodious, specially designed Law
School Building. Nos. C06 and SOS B
street northwest, when the Introductory
lecture will le delivered and announce
ments made for the ensuing term. Pres
ent and prospective students, alumni
and all others' Interested In legal educa
tion are cordially Invited to be present
The secretary can be Been In bis of
fice In the law building dally after
September 13, from 6 to 7 p. m., for in
formation, enrollment, etc Those pro
nosing to connect themselves with the
school for the ensuing term axe request
ed to enroll their names before the open
ing mghtand thus avoid the delay incident
to that occasion.
Circulars giving the coarse of study,
tenns. etc.. can be obtained at book stores
of W. B. Morrison's Sons. 1326 F street
northwest; Lowdermflfc A Co.. 1424 F street
norhtwest. and John Byrne 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.
Mount Vernon Seminary
CORNER M AND ELEVENTH 8TREET8.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
A SELECT RESIDENCE AND DAY
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES
AND LITTLE GIRLS.
Twenty-first year opens TUESDAY, Oc
tober first. Large and attractive build
ings, thoroughly cimlpped with every re
quisite of a refined borne and a progres
sive school
Applications for admission of pupils to
the day school may lie madeatterSeptember
fifteenth, between the hours of ten and one
o'clock inch moniii'g
MRS. ELIZABETH J. SOMER8,
w27-3mn. Principal
The Howard University Law School
(Founded 1857)
Will open TUESDAY, Oct. 1, at 6:30 p. m. TUI
TION FREE For circulars containing further
Information address JAMES F. HUNDY, secre
tary Office In Law School RnlMIng. 405ihst.
nw. The school Is npen to all, WITHOUT DIS
TINCTION OF RAUKOR hEX. who are over 13
years of age and possess proper qualifications.
BANJO taucht hy note or simplified
meiuou; a piece guaranteed in eacn
lesson by latter, or no charge. Send for cir
cular. STEPHEN B. CLEMENTS. Studio
1016 8th uw. Residence, 1108 Fla. ave.
ne; oct3-7t-em
WIMODATJGHSIS. 1328It.nw.
Classes begin Oeu 1; English branches.
Business classes. Elocution. Journalism.
&lteraturc Dancing, Delsarte, Trench and
erraan.
ADA L. SMITH, SupU sclO-tt
X864. Edurallou For Real Lire 1895,
For Sons and Daughters.
The Bpcnccrlan Business College,
National Bank of the Republic Building,
cor. 7th and D nw. Daynudnlghtsessions.
The thirty-first scholastic year ot this
popular institution begins Monday. Sep
tember 2, 1S0S. Five departments, viz,
Practical business. Including complete
bookkeeping course, English, rapid cal
culations, rapid writing, moral and social
culture, Delsarte system of expression,
civics, political economy and commercial
law. Practical English, with initiatory
bookkeeping. Shorthand and Typewriting,
Including English; Spencerlan Rapid Writ
ing. Mechanical and Agricultural Drawing.
Full corps ot thoroughly trained teacher
Location central.
Oftice open every business day and
light.
Write or call for new annual announcement-
Mrs. Bora A Spencer,
Principal and Proprietor
AHCHITECTTJRAIjtirawing and
mathematics: thorough instruction;
modcmtelultion. Address DRAFTSMAN.
this office. ocl -7t
PAINTING lessons, by Mr. and Mrs.
wru. McEitiiiiney, 425 4th st. nw.; day
and evening classes; terms moderate.
sept27-7t
VOICE CtTLTtmE.
MR. HERNUON MORSELL,
Pupil ot Irancesco LiuupertL of Milan.
Studio at residence, 1410 IStb st. nw.
sel7-lmo
MATHEMATICS Trivate les
sons, eienings, at home of pupil or
teacher; (liornuga Instruction by a compe
tent teacher; also preparation for civil
service examination; terms moderate. Call
after 4:30 p. m., or address Pb. B.. 1 306
i su nw. oca -31
INSTJRUCTOR-Classlcs, Frencti,
German, mathematics, music, drawing;
wants pupils or situation. TEACHER,
this office. it
100,000
POSSIBLE EOOH RENTERS
Read The Times.
EDUCATIONAL.
national Ecmeopatllic Medical College
Has removed to the new college building.
No. 625 Massachusetts avenue northwest
The regular course of lectures for tha
session ot 1805-6 will begin October 1, a
7:30 p. m. Tbe Introductory address will
be made by thepresideut, Zalman Richards,
esq., followed by Prof. J. T. Heniley,
M. D.. Dean of Faculty. Tbe public is
cordially Invited to be present. Students
di-slrlng to matriculate can get announce
ments and Information by applying to the
registrar at the college building. The free
dispensary for the treatment of all diseases)
open dally from 2 to 6 p. m. Dental
Infirmary, 10 to 12 and 2 to 5 p. m.
By order of the Board of Trustees.
ZALMAN RICHARDS, president
c-2-l lOt
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF TLU
COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY.
1325 H at nw.. I.
Washington. D. C. The seventy-fourth
session begins October 1, 1895. The la
truductory lecture will be delivered by
Dr. W. W. Johnston at 8 p. m. October 1.
Regular dally lectures at 6.30 p.m. Every
facility for clinical and laboratory
work. Laboratories open day and even
ing. DR. D. K. snUTE. Dean, ,
1120 New York ava, !
DR. E. A. DE 8CHWEINITZ. '
Secretary Treasurer, '
a-47-lmo 1325 H si. nw.
SHORTHAND A SPECIALTY.
By IL C. Tanner, Granite bldg., corner P
and Ninth streets. Call or send for cir
cular. tel7-lmo
FOR SALE SPBCHBAN.
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 ofrice, No. 023 F street
northwest.
FOB SJLE Small farm; good house
and barn; 0 miles from Washington.
Inquire ot J. M. SPRINOMAN, Spnngmaa
P O . Va. oc3-7t
FOR EXCHANGE.
A NEW L. C. Smith hammer gun,
U-bore, will exchange for bicycle, '93
pattern. W. H. HENSHAW, 610 11th St.
nw. oc9-3t
BUSINESS CnANCES.
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 ca&n. Full
particulars at ofrice. No. 623 F street
northwest.
FOR SAU2--Conjp:ete book and Job
printing otlice; all nr part; terms to
-uit; must selL PIHNTER, tbis of
fice, oc9-5t
FOR SALE-Cheap; dining and oyster
saloon- 6llPa.ave.se. It
VAI.TJA.IJIjE patent for sale: small
capital and no experience required to
work it. TISNER. this office. oc8-3tem
FOR RENT Room suitable Tor bank
ing, real estate. Insurance, or buildlnc
atsociutlon;centrallocailnn. WM.MAYKE,
516 9lh st. nw. oc8-3t
F ALL, STYLES now ready at the old
stand, established 1874. JAS. A.
HOOVER. TheHatter.811Hst.nw. ocS-71
WANTED-Gol business manager as
nartner. with S500 caDitakirood onoor-
tnnity. AddrcssBUSINEodCHANCES.this
office. oc8-2t
FOR SALE-Grocery and provision,
store, cneap, good reasons for selllns
900 O st. sw. oc8-2t
FOR SALE Grocery stock, horse and
wagou; low price; low rent; causa
sickness: good chance. GROCERY, this
office; oc8-2t
FOR SALE-Oil route; fine tank
wagon. Horse, harness and list of 400
customer-. OIL ROUTE, this ofrice. oc8-3
DO YOU
-WANT TO
REALIZE
ou your property or want to sell yoar
business? Place It in our hands If It la
a bargain, we will dispose of it for yda
quickly.
If you are looking ror a good business
stand, come and see us.
T. O. ANDERSON.
Real Estate and Business Exchange.
907 G st. nw.
HO HOT OVERLOOK THIS
We have to otier our customers a
chance seldom equaled, a hotel bar on
Pa. ave; price, $4,500, and a good man
can clear the cost in less than a year. T
O. ANDERSON & CO- Real Estate and
Busliwvs Exchange. 907 G st- nw. oc4-tf
DAIRY AND LCNCH-On the
best part of 7tn st. Wc-hne for sals
tbeaforesaidbuslne-s, which Is agrand buy
ror an j one who has a limited capital to
invest. The price is only $2,000. and the
sales amount to from $40 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 St.
nw. oc4-tf
ONE CHANCE IN A THOUSAND---
A saloon In taevicinllyotflth andFst-.
nw.; $1,000 down. $1,500 at $30 a month;
fixtures alone worth $3,000. Owner must
leave town by Saturday, and business must
besold by then. ApplytoT.O.ANDERSON
A CO.. Real Estate and Business Exchange,
907 G st. nw. oc4-tt
WRITE for latest pamphlet on Crip
ple Creek goia mining stocks and
weeklyquotations ot stock market. Sent
free on application to J. P. KANE A CO..
Colorado Springs. Colo ocl -20 1
FOR SALE Second hand furniture
store: cheap: good reason ror selling.
AMreosKUKXlTITHK.Ihloirire. oc8-;t
LOST.
LOST Strayed away, on Monday, Oct.
7, brlndle bull, female. Reward It
returned to 3012 Cambridge St., George
town. ot9-2t
LOST On Fifteenth street herdlc, or
between Lara j ette Square Theater and
P street, steel trame eyeglasses attached to
black cord. and. possibly, small pearl and
gold stick pin. Reward It returned to 1418
15th. st. nw. lt-em
FOR SALE OH EXCHANGE.
A FAR3X of 255 acres, located In
Kelsctin Valley. Loudoun county, Va.;
good land; new buildings; new fencing:
well watered and under good grass; wDl
sell for money or will exchange for city
resident property. OWNER, 1816 14th
st. uw. It
FO R SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE-One more-left; $10 cash,
$10 monthly, will buy a nice frame
dwelling: large yard; water, etc; two
blocks, from 3 lines street cars.
A beautirul brownstone front; 6 rooms
and cellar; all mod. imp., on 21st St.,
near F nw.; S50 cash; $25 monthly. R.
D. RUFFES'. 024 lOth.cor.F st.nw. It
FOR SALE Ata sacrifice; onmonthly
payments; one ot the handsomest resi
dences In Langdon Park. SACRIFICE,
this office 11
FOR BENT STABLE.
FOR KENT Stable; will accommo
date Tohorses and S vehicles; price, $6,
a month. Apply BIB N. J. ava. nw. oc8-2
J
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