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THE MOENTNG TIMES. -THUBSDAY. OCTOBBB 17, 189.
THE TIMES' 32,000 SURETY SMALL ADS.
REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW ENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS.
IIBIP WANTED MAT.B.
WANTED Steady ioung man wants
position; private family or restaurant:
would take 4) per month and board; pood
reference. J. Blhloffice. -It
TVAHTED-Tif" colored waiters for
iudbI ltnn..nnt T.'lll 1 1 tllKtnw. It
WANTED Five caners to cane cha irj.
4oa Riugest rvvv ocl7-2t
WANTED-A boy with 2 Jtars'ex-
pencntv in press room Call early,
321 4 1 2 m ire. "
WANTED-T'iuiiK single man who
unucisiaiicis lulling meats: must work
cheap: stale ixiierliiice and refs. Address
MEATS. Hits olflec ocl . -3t
WANTEB-2 1-oj in set lyre: 2 3
Tjlperience, 1010-1012 fa. nve.
tars
OT.
It
WASTED-5 good hushclmen Apply
tolA. La 1 1 LE TAILORS, 941 Pa. a e
nw It
WANTED-A strong young man, while
orcomreu, hi -worlvin lurniture and stove
More; muu Jan e someexpi nenceln business
aiidvoiliiisioiiiakcjilniseliuscrukmust'tcork
i heap, none oihei s need apply Inquire 700
7lh st sw. , It
WANTED-A wheclrigbt J. J.
tsuDi.Nv, Bladensburg road, one mile
from toll Kate. . 17-3t
WANTED- Baker whocanrurnisbgood
bread, to lie sold for 3 cenls tier loaf.
Address BREAJUaids office. lt
WANTED-A young man with $300.
call at oiS K st. sir., before 9 a. m.,
or afler 4 p. m. cjLil-L.
WANTED-Immediately, four first
data toai mi.keni; must lelorg to na
tional union Aiplv W. C. M01Z, 011
Fa avc.mw. linear Metropolitan Hotel. It
WANTED-While elevator boy about
lb, -Ki.il icfs: also 2 -waiters -who tin
derst.indoyetercooking. THEEXCUANGf ,
011 13lli st nw t
WAITED First class canvasser;
bright, ii c, go ahead man to inlriHluee
entirely new ecicltlnatioii -work Just issued
liv the "Judge" or New York; fnMi tcrri-
turj and hit niorev Applv BALLY, Room
21, t eniral Building, cor Pa. avc. end Dili
st nw It
INOUSTIIIAL Insurance agents can
learn sonic-uuug to their advantage.
Address L. JI. O.., this office. oclOSt-cm
WAKT2D-toy lo learn sign painting;
uu taia. . first month; ge tirteen.
JACOB 1). uOLDSMITH, 417 7lh st. nw.
It em
WANTED-A smart boy mer 10 years
in restaurant. Apply 731 N. Capitol
m. ecl ti--t
WANTED-bever.il agents; nothing
Iiujh i good agent so well as selling
stock lor a gcodbuudiiignssocUitiomgu.-ir-antees
to good men. 617Fst.nw. oc!6-7t
WANTED-A first-class industrial
insurance agent as assistant manager;
bond and Tefs. reiu!red; good salary. 1ft
SL'KAM'B.ilHhOfflce oc!6-2t
WANTED-A lineman. Call after 9
a. in., at Room 3, 35 B st. nw.
ocl 5 -31
WANTED- rnperlianseratU.F.REH,
rfJti 12111 st. nw. oct!5-3t
WANTED Sccral.ecvencr.ced so
licitor Apply T.O.ANDERSON. CO.,
907 0 st. nw.
WANTED-A young man with cleri
cal stunt), who can come well recom
mended, who has a few hundred dollars,
as secretary of a company doing bjsincss
In this city and hamulus an invention
Indorsed liv the U. S. army and navy. Ad
dress OPPORTUNITY, this nHicc. oc9 tf
HELP 17ASTED-VE1IALB.
WANTEB-A girl lor general Louse-
well: It, 01 lllh st. nw. It
WANTED-2 white chambermaids
autit i.i ry women lor hotels; 2cbara
1 cm-a i j- i . u il.e t14 Utile! nv. It
WANTED-A girl for rimsher. good
wag-- Apply, at once, to 219 lnd
ave. nw It
WANTED-Tlif only Tellable off ice. the
west eiHi, 141 7 P St., where cood cooks,
housfWorK, !., tu.iius, lauuare&scs, nurses.
w hile ni d colore 1, cin cet koo(1 home and
(rood wage, in first-class families. Call
at once. It
WANTED-Tfo white women to cook,
w.u,n ana iron. koo1 wages. MBS. L.
C. ilOOlti;, 3UG U St. nw. lt
WANTKD-A K'rl tdocooldiif:,wasli-
xix .uiii inmiu m private family; must
bring reference and eo iiome at msl.t.
1219 13tli st. nw. Item
WANTED-A competent white cook:
must nie good references. Apply 17o0
Mass. ae lt.em
"WANTED At once, a cook for lunch
iH,ni..iis(,a (humbermald and waitress.
211 IM. .-tie nw. lt.cm
WANTSD-t cooks, with refs.; $12
to $2u. L.AIPLOY1IENT EXCUANGE.
014 lauist.uw-. ll-em
WANTJiD-I" small, private family,
i trin ti, ci freiwral (.out-evrork; uulei
you can linns recommendation from last
place, don't answer this advert isement.
Applv 1830 Oripon ate. oclC-3t
WANTED-Youhk lady In china i-tore
at 40B itn st-nw. oclC-2t
WANTED An experienced iwrse to
care lor cmld and stay at nights; sood
references reriuired. Aiiply to 404 1-2
1st st. nw. iK!C-3t
WANTED Younc white cirl to as-
sibi with thildren and General house-
work. Applj .luoG M su nw. ocl5-.u-ein
WANTED-Ladles to learn the latest
aim best urcis-cottlnc sjstem; mothers
should send their daauj'tcrs to the
WAMUM-.TO.V DUESS-CLTTI.NG ACAD
EMY. C01 12th st. mv. iicl5-7t
1IEI.1' WAXTED-3LVLE A2TD
FEMALE.
WANTED-Good coat mater. 3237 X!
st. n w. It
ALL. kiuds of lielp furnished, free of
cn.irjre, in or out of the city; by MRS.
L.C MOOKE,3UOUsUnwL "'-'L.
WANTED- rourcanvas.sers.eitbctsc-'c:
easiest work imajrii.ablc. nothiUK to
carry, sell or deliver, jrood lvay. Call be
tween 2 and 4, BOG 11th St. nw.
"VA.ls'i sj,o 2 saiee-ladieo, also a boy,
at 1:128 7th st. nw. lt.cm
W ANTSD-Srultli Premier Tjps
witter operators and stenographers
dliect-d to positions. Operators de-ulil-.S
to familiarize themselves with new
Ko. 2 Smith Picmior Typewriter call
TIIK fclllTII PREMIEU TYPEWRITER
CO . No 1416 r st. nw. Jy31-tf
SITUATION1 WANTED MALE.
WANTED-Position as stenographer
ami DpLwrilcr; rels; state salary. Box
4, this olflce. U
WANTED-ll! a joiing colored man a
situation to do housework In a private
f.uiiili tall or aedtess 2003 Kill st. nw.
It
WAKTED-B)' Joui'K man, 19, gradu
ate ot scnool,3 ears'busiiK-ssexperience,
position. Inst of references. Adures EU-
uiti:. tuts oinee. oci7-3t
WANTED-A clerkship In coal office
desired. Address COMPETENT, this
office. It
WANTED-Bf young mau, 19, place
as d rk m dairy lunch room, best refs.
Address J. V.. this office. lt-em
WANTED-A position In a bookstore.
Audreys fc.LiRKiiA,thisoiricc. ocltl 3t
WA.NTED-Sittiation bv experienced
Uiii.ese cook. Call at 1817 7th sr.
nw. oclG-Ct
WANTED A place to clerk in grocery
store, has had experience berore; can
get lieoh country produce. C. M. 1)., this
olfice oclG-3t
WANTED-Carpc t laMngj old work a
specialty. CARl'ET -LAYER, Times
office. oclO-Ot-em
SITCATIONS WANTED rEAIAT.E.
WANTED-Bf a neat colored girl
place lo ao general housework: wages.
g8; refs. S. T.. tills office.
WANTED-A young lady with knowl
edge ot typewriting and stenography
desires position as bookkeeper or to
do clerical work: rcrs.: will begin on 55 a
w eek O K., this office. pcl7-3t
WANTED-Situation as attendant iii
hospital or wonld nurse. Address 82S
9th st nw. It
A LADY Jfldy with ability to teach
lancj work, knitting, netting, crochet
ing, tatting, artistic embroidery and paper
work, desires lady pupils. Address FANCY
WORK, this office. ocl6-3tcm
WANTED-Place as cook, by young
colored girL Address 449 M st. nw.
, lt.cm
WANTED-Competent dressmaker
woutil like work by the day or week:
first-class rers : terms reasonable. Address
DRESSMAKER. 113 list se. oclG-lt
WANTED-Br a white woman placeas
working housekeeper in small family;
good refs. Address for three days, E. A. S
this office. cl6-lt
situations wanted femau.
WANTED-Bj small family, good
.. 1.1... ! r .w,ain....! h..n.nirnr T 1 U
II 8t.ne; It
WANTED-Colored or white girl to
no general housework: must stay nights
and hao best refs. S. W. AUUEN8TEIN.
439 7th tX. nw. oe!7-3t
WANTED-I'y a respectful colored
gin. a piaco to do general housework
for a small family; good reference. 448
O st. nw-. It
WANTED By ncoiored woman, flrst
ciass in unary work lo take home. Please
call 1719 Vermont avc. It
1VAN"TED-lly a nue girl, a place as
tioiiscn'ork. or nurse or cook. 1G47
K st n w. oclG-3t
WANTED-Bl a young lady, copy
ing or aiiy kind of work to do at
tionii-. Address COPY, this office. It
WAWTED-By a Ocrman girl, plate
tor general housework and assist w at.li-
ing aim ironing. Inquire 220G F st nw.
WANTED-A colored girl wishes a
place- to cook in small family, or
rhambermaid. Call for 3 days nt 1017
2lsl st.uw lt-cm
WANTED A position as housekeeper
in a hotel or private family by a com
petent pertou.- B, 291, this office,
ocl !-3l-cru
W ANTI'.D M ISCELLA NEO ITS.
WANTKD-0l'"P second- hand or-
gun; stale )rlce. Mc. this office. 1 1
WANTED-To buy two 4 or o foot
snow cases, must be cLcap. Add-ess
2109 It St. nw. It.
DRESSMAKING by the tailor s8
um. Mii.8 ilATTUi SMITH. 409 O st.
nw. oulC 3tem
WAHTED-A second-hand Jennie
tarn! tame. r,8 II st. nw. ocl6-3t
WANTFiD-I" buy one or two fresh
cows. Andreas D. J., this office.
oelG-2t
WANTED-Soo to know that 1 am
repairing latrohcs. range" and fur
naces promptly. Heating stoesand ranges
at low prices. GEO. E. GARTRELL,. 81C
7th st. nw.i QLin-r.t-em
I WANT the ladies to krow that they
can have their felt hats pressed In the
latest rail st l-s at MRS. E. McCAFPERTY
A SONS. 1215 a t-t. nw. oclC-4t
WANTED-Horses to winter at C. H.
Parker's stock farm, Lay Hill. Mont
gomery Co., Md.; Ik stalls, o iior month.
C II. PARKER, 435 4 1-- St. sir., or al
above. ncl2-14t
at
WANTED-AII should know Dr. Mary
cordon tells truthfulness of friends,
business deal, or matrimonial venture.
Tells all jour business affairs with utmost
truth: Ion or stolen property: every hid
den mystery revealed; makes speedy and
happy marriages Kith the one jou lovo
by proper adice. Don't buy. tell, or
go on a jouruey until you consult this
gifted lady m person or by letter. She
diagnoses your case by spiritual insight
aided by a staff of tnmpeteut pSysicians
Ladies may consult in confidence on all
diseases peculiar to their sex. Office
an.I Tfslilt ti". 1109 G st. nw. sc29 1m
WANTED-Uirls to he seir-supp-jnii g:
marrieu ladies to lessen dressmaking
M'ls by learning to tut bj Slcrchant Tailor
Square: particulars at school. 718 121b
. sel4-tf
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE (STOP Ali LE4K8 FRS&
AnC chsree only fcr palntlnr: wnrkffu&r&atetl
AX KUllBCi: KociP PAINT CO, loii Sta nw
5IONir' WANTED AND TO LOAN.
AlONEY! MONEY: 3IONT3Y1
AVt- Iniso it.
We will lend It.
W- want jou to luiselt.
All we want ,s satlsfaelory rea. estAte
security. Come to ua with your appli
cations and we can tell you what we
will do as boo u aR we examine the tiro perty.
T. O. A.DERSON i CO..
Real Estate and Luomcss Exchange. 907
G st.
TT. TC. FTILTOITS ln niflce. 1218
P. ave. nw. Established In 1870.
Money loaned on -watches, diamonds, Jew
elrv. silverware, etc Special bargains In
watcnos. Jewelry, and silverware au20-tim
MONEY to loan on bonds, stocks, trusts,
loan association cert incites, and old
line life insurance pnllctrs; an dela y
YERKES & BAKER.
40 lo 40Metzerotl Bids
MON-EY TO LOAN m large sums,
or ns low-as l.oou. al fi and G per
rent on D C. real estate: also $2R0, $500.
i-7r.0. etc.. at pe' cent WM. H. faAUN
HERS & CO.. 1407 F st. nw tf
MONET TO LOAN All classes or
rsol estate loans made withprornptness
st enr-nt rates THE McLACHLEN' HEAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor
ner loth and G streets nw mO-tf
WANTED-TM loan of 58,000 on f Irst-ciai-s
lUKiuts properly; no agents. 708
mih st. sel2 tf
MONET lo loan nt 5 and t per cent,
on District of Colombia realty: nu delay
If security U satisfactory.
WALTER U ACKER. 704 14th nw
JT31-U
WALTER SCOTT STETSON, teacher of
acting, elocution, dancing. 1324 12th
st ocIG-
WANTED- ROOMS.
WANTED-Br lady, ciilirr room with
hoard; near Agricultural Department
or cars: terms reasonable. Addrcs-sWANT,
thisjoTflee; cl7-3t
WANTED-Two or three uufurnished
i, jiti. w iuilKat, for light housekeeping,
no chddren, rent not to exceed 510; within
walking distance or Central Market north
west. Address J. PLE1TNER, 416 18th
st. nw. It
WANTED T.unfur. roomson2d flinir;
light housekeeping; heat and gas;
use or bath; rorthwest; 15 minutes' walk
from Patent trrice; rent must be modemte.
A. G. this office It
WANTED-2 or 3 unrur. or partly
tur. rooms; light housekeeping; heat,
gas; state terras. Address NOVEMBER,
this office. It
WANTEDS or 4 bright rooms for
light nonw.'.ceping by Nov. D; gie de-
etiMiuii ,iiiu mviluu. u. Jl. I'., lillS
office.
eel GOt
WANTED- rOSTAGE STAMPS.
WANTED-All kinds of old U. S. post
age stamps; Department stamps espe
cial ilcslreil: higlieat priccsjiaid. H. F.
DUNKHORST. lflor. 7th st. nw. oc3-14t
KIGHEST prices for TJ S. postage,
department and collections of for
eign Kiamps, is paid by the old reliable
C. F. ROT1IFUCH8, 359 1 2 Pa. ave.
rcl4-7t
"WANTED IIOTSES.
WANTED-For customer, briek dwcll-
iug:cosUr,C00. EASTEUDAY&HAL-
DEMAN, G17 14lli St. It
WANTED-Brick dwelling, not to cx-
cccti;s.t.uoOfnranini mediate purchaser.
EASTERDAYAc HALDLMAN.G17 14thSt.
FOUND.
FOUND Followed me home, a grey
hound dog. Owner call for such or
the same will be sold In five dais from
this date. 910 D st. sw. It
FOUND- Sorrel mare- blazed face,
htrayud on premises of J. It. Cronice,
Bright woid. Owner call, paycharges, and
take away. oel6-2t
LOST.
LOST 1 memorandum repair book; no
value to any ierson except owner. Re
turn to GEKOAfL DES10, 1107 V hU nw.,
and receive reward. It
LOST Black and tan terrier dog. Re
turn to JOHN T. BEVAN8, G7 H st.
nw.,nnd reeeKe liberal reward. Has on a
license tag No. 403. It
APPLICATIONS FOH LICENSE.
APPLICATION for bar-room li
cense has been made by C. E. Miller,
nw. cor. 3d and G sts. nw. ROGER WIL
LIAMS, CJerk Excise Board. It
ATTORNEY'S.
CAMPBELL CAHKINGTON.
Attotuey-at-Law. Webster Law Build
ing. COO U st nw., Washington,. 1). C.
Residence. No. 3, Mount Vernon Flats,
cor.N. Y.avc.and 9thst.nw. sel9-lnio
IOR RENT SUBURBAN.
FOR RENT At Bethesda. Mont, co
Md., n store, together with 10-rooin
dwelling house; newly Dancred; situated
on the electric railway; will rent house or
store separate; good chance for a busi
ness man, who can cut meat; plenty of
stable room. For terms address AMANDA
COON8ELMAN. Bethesda PI O.. Mont.
CO.. HiX -!clD-4t-em
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT-510.50 and 515.B0: 6
room-flat; a. m. i.: 1210 and 1218 H
st. ne. E. GRAVES. 474 C st. nw. oc!7-3t
FOR RENT 221 D St. nw., large
front room on 3d floor, nicely fur
nished, M0; also single front room, large
closet, if G; southern exposure and I" st. cars.
It
FOR RENT to a caterer Partly rur.
dining room and kitchen in house filled
with roomers; will rent ery reasonable.
pply2291) st.ntv. oc!7-2t
FOR RENT Furnished room, 148 C
st. ne., to one or two gentlemen.
ocl7-2t
FOR RENT 2 rooms on 2d floor, fur.
or unrur.: with or without board. Ad
dress 1312 Md. nve. ne otl7-3t
FOR RENT 1221 lltli bt. nw.. I
deilgiitiut, 2d story front room, fur.
or unrur., with hint and gas; near bath:
also a lery pleasant front basement room,
suitable for an office; m. 1., and terms
very reasonable. It
FOR RENT Large, 2d-story front
room, gab, luat, and bath; private fam
ily. 428 M st. nw. It
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms
and balli; price, $10. G59 F st. ne.
It
FOR RENT Pleasant furnished room
and good board; very low price to lndy
in office. Address UASTE,.lhis ofrlce.
It
FOR RENT Furnished room Tor two
gentlemen, with board. 507 N.J. ave.
nw. ocl7-2t
FOR RENT At 621 New Jersey ave.
nw., two or three nice large rooms on
2d floor ot 2 story bay wiudow brick, with
heat, gas and bath; convenient to Gov.
Printing Office; cars pass the door: terms
reasonable. It-era
FORKENT-Tocouple without children.
2 biautiful rooms, with heat, gas ami
balli; on 2d floor, for housekeeping; terms
vtry rcsonable. Apply at 1801 13th St.,
cor. S, nw. oclG-2t,im
FOR RENT 3 iinrurnlRtied rooms and
bath, on 2d floor; heat and gas; $12
per month. 72G nth st. nw. ocl.'i-3t
FORRENT Fiirnlshedandiinluniishccl
rooms, with or without board. 414
0th st. nw. ocl0-2t
FOR RENT Flat of C rooms; steam
heat, bath, gas range In kitchen: En
glish basement: well adapted to use as a
flat: rent low. 210 F st. nw. oelC 2t
FOR RENT $1.50. $2, and $2.50 per
week: newly fur. rooms: gas, heat.
and bath; private family. 806 II st. nw.
el6-3t
FOR RENT 2 or 3 ittr. or nr.fur.
rooms, ror rent. No. 308 K nw.;
light housekeeping. ocl C-31
FOR RENT 332 C st. nw., desirable
fur. rooms, en suite or single, with or
without board. oclG 2t
FOR RENT Large bay-window, east
front untur. room; house new and i lean;
occupied by young couple; no children;
rent reasonable. 628 7th st. ne. oc-16 2t
FOR RENT 3 fur. rooms for gentle
men, and 2 unrur.: pleasant locality.
1122 11th st. nw. oelO 3i-ciu
FOR RENT Very desirable, newly
papered and furnished rooms. 222
Indiana ave. nw. ocl5-4t
FOR RENT Two furnished Tcoms,
with neat and light, convenient to three
car lines, urms moderate: with or without
board. Address No, 1713 Jib. st. nw.
f ocl4-4tem
FOR RENT Three or four fresh
papered, untur. rooms, southern ex-
fiosure: a. ni. i.; second floor; no children,
iglit housekeepii f. &13 6th and Acker
st. ne. ocl3-3t
FOR RENT Ore rurnisheil front room,
3d lioor. 1118N. Y.ae. nw. ocl2 7C
FOR RENT Front Toom. well l ated
and lighted, and well furnished, tn
private family. 1515 ll'lhst. nw. oc!4-7t
FOR REVP-1120 14th st. nw.. fur-
iiLshed rooms. Call before 10. or !
tween 3 and 6 p. m. ocl 2-7 1
82.000
INSERTIONS
OF XOTJR SMALL AD.
FOR RENT HOCSES.
FOR RENT Large store and dwell
ing, 2042 7th st nw.; upper portion
now renting for $21.50; room ror stabling
two horses: good cellar; will rent e-ntlre
building for SslO a month. OWNER. 1323
It- I. ave. nw. or!7-3t
FOR RENT New. handsome house;
saloon parlor: 8 rooms, cellar; n. m. 1.;
heater, stationary washtubs. back alley;
cars pass door; 908 11th st. se.; $22.50.
Applv900samesrreet. ecl7-14t
FOR RENT 1238 Dnncan st. r.e., 7
rooms, all moil. Imps.; nearly new;
$15.30. JOHN W. MORRIS, 614 F St.
oel7-7t
FOR RENT Ray window press brick;
ti rooms and bath; all m. 1.: G09 and
613 II st. lie.; on car line; near Govt. Print
ing Office; reduced to $17.50. JAMES
G. JESTER. 639 F st. nw. oc-16-3t-cm
FOR RENT A beautiful 6 r., p. b.. b.
w. house, near Gov. Printing Office
and II st. cable. Address OWNER, 1600
10th St. nw. . ocl6-3t-cm
FOR RENT Unck house. 724 13th
st. ne.. eight rooms: all modern Im
provements: papered and In good repair;
only $15. CHARLES S. SHREVE. 1009
Till st. nw. oc!5-7t
TOR RENT S.TA III. K.
FOR RENT SUible S3. Apply 423
M st. nw. It
HOARDING.
BOARDERS can b- accommodated
with tirst-class table board at 34 B
st nw.; also meals served out. It
BUSINESS CHANCES.
FOR SALE A good chance; rent paid
until Nov. 8; a confectionery, ice
cream and oyster saloon; good reason for
selling; terms reasonable. Apply at 716 U
st ne. It cm
HAVE YOU
MONEY
TO TNVEST
In good property, or in sound business
ventures? We can put you on the right tra ck.
Or do you want to borrow money? Wc can
get it for you, against good security. We
have many sound investments on our books.
T. O. ANDERSON A CO.,
Real Estate and Business Exchange, 907
G st.
FOR SALE Grocery; cheap for cash:
cash trade; other business. 445 New
York ave. oc!5-4t
FOR SALE Cigar, tobacco, and sta
tioner store, doing good bubiness; good
reason for selling. Address QUICK, this
office. ocl3-3t
ATTENTIONINVENTORSl Corpor
ations based on patents organized and
promoted; extended facilities for the en
listment of capital. Address CORPORA
TIONS. this office. ocIC-3t
STORES and other business sold without
publicity. W. K. MeCOY, room 34,
Le Droit bldg. ocl5-2t
J. F. ABEL, expert mechanician, has
established a shop and Installed Im
proved machinery at 036 G st. nw.; be Is
prepared to design and construct ex
perimental machlucry of high grade, to
make models for Inventors and patterns
for castings: he has a large experience in
those specialties; satisfaction guaranteed
ocl 4-7 1
FORTUNE made by present advance in
values, out nowhere so quickly as by
our plan of successful speculation in grain;
it is the best method In use. Our book ex-
Elains speculation by mall fully, (sent free)
iehest bank references, act quickly. PAT
T1SON & CO., 51 Omaha Bldg., Chicago, I1L
OC13-4E
MAN with $1,000 to Invest wants to
buy Into any paying business. Address
F. A. if, this office. oe!3-4t
WRITE tor latest pamphlet on Crip
ple Creek gold mining stocks and
weekly quotations of stuck market. Sent
free on application to J. P. KANE A CO.,
Colorado Springs. Colo ocl-20t
PERSONAL.
TAKE your Iihi
m
-thin
bath at 702 9th
ocl7-7t
st. n w. Price K
ALL advanced-Thinkers wno are In fa
or of progress ar,e Invited to witness
an especial phenomenon in hypnotism In
the lecture of MADAME MACDONNALL,
Ph.B., M. 8., 407" M(8t. nw. The press,
niliusierssdociors, and skeptics especially
invited. TnnniniiT.oii.nl. n
NEITHER a foot race nor a funeral;
cue prebeui uiiruciiuu is mat we ure
Belling elegant custom-made suits and
overcoats, "the least bit worn." atrigures
that will do you good to investigate.
JUSTII'B OLD STAND, 0 19 D St. nw.
MME. NOLAN. 324 Del. ave. ne.,
clairvoyant Sittings, 50c. Circles
every Thursday night oc!7-7t
MME. FRANCIS does not claim to
be dead, bat 1 am a real live medium;
I do not prof ens to work tnirac les and um
not the only medium In the world, but do
claim to be one of the best, and I never
fail la helping those that come to me in
trouble; am not something new and Just
arrived: am not here'for a short time onl7,
and do not want to create a great sensa
tion by claiming to work wunders that
our Supreme Being never did; but 1 am a
Washingtonlan by birth, and one of Wash
ington's oldest mediums, and am here to
Mav. All those that are In trouble ot any
kind call and 1 convinced. No fancy
prices. 25c. and 50c. Hoars, 9 a. ni. to
10 p. in. 334 East Capitol st It
PROF. CLAY Is the oldest estab
lished, only reliable, genuine nd nat
ural born clairvoyant and medium in
this city; repeals every hidden mstery.
finds losses, brings separated together.
nd causes speedy -marriage with the one
you love by proper advice: if jou are in
bad luck he will change It: removes fam
ily troubles, evil inriaences. cures spells,
tells who are jour enemies. Iinw to over
come them and avoid all troubles: advice
on business, love arfnirs, absent friends,
burled treasures, or what business jou are
best suited to be successful: he never fails
to give satisfaction. Call and lie cein
vlnced of his wonderful power to aid you.
He surprises all who hae consulted him.
Flfti-en years established: fee 50 cents:
hours. 10 a. m. to 9 p. m.: open Sunday.
4P9 JI bt.. bet. 4 1-2 and 6th sts. nw.
MME. PERRIN hcleiitlflo pmtiiis
trj; trucbt destlu render of the age;
cvcnti, or p.ist aud rulurc revealed with
wonderful accuracy; hours 10 to 9. 510
19th t. nw.. bet E nml F. ocl6-lmo
NEITHER a foot race nor a funeral:
the prevent attraction Is that we nre
selling elegant custom made suits and
overcoats, the "least bit worn." at figures
that will do you good to linestlgate.
Jl'KTH'SOLI) STAND. 019 D St. nw.
EGYPTIAN Oypsj fceventb daugh
ter of the seventh generation: she enn
take off siiells and Cause to marry as well
as tell you the past- and future: persons
calling at the tent next to railroad will
ask- for MME. BURNETT.
Take Ecktngton and Soldiers Heme
cars; ocl t-7t-erq
A CHANCE TO .MAKE MONEY".
A company handling a new patent that
Is indorsed by the U S. army and navy, de
sires to 4-ommunlcate with men of means.
QuUk returns for small investments. Will
tan1 ilosest benitlny. Addretfs GOOD
CHANCE, this office. oc9 tf
SOLICIT
I
i i
lOO.OOO1 PEOPLH
THROUGH ONE AD.
i' -
1 trtl, t,'jfc, !
OLOO-OOO
possible room: renters
read the times.
PUT YOUR AD.
IN TWO EDITIONS
FOR THE PRICE OF ONE.
PERSONALS.
LADIES needing confidential treat
ment A safe and sure relief In all
female trouble, constipation, irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula,
ete Kenamte In.ims for nstients before
I aud during confinement, and find homes
tlal. MRS. DR. RENNEU. 16 Fourth st
ne . nea r E. Capitol rt , Washington. D. 0.
ie3-tf
MME. ROYSTOK. Beauty Special
i?r. e04 12th st nw.; all blemUues re
moved, wrinkles absolutely trtaced, and
complexion made perfect; no pain, no
poisons; i-onsnltation Tree, dally 10 to 12
and 2 to 5. except Surday se29-lmn
"WANTED A man to prosecute a claim
m Chociaw Nation, which claim Is
certain and sure: worth from $10,1100 or
$15,000 or more: will give one-half to
obtain therest. Call atl'hiladelphla House,
Pa ave , bet. 3d and 4 1-2 bis., ask for
MEDICINE MAN. pcl2 3t
IF YOU want to buy a bicycle Join
the sterling Bicvele CInb, now form
lug; membership limited. 924 9th st. nw.
cel5-2w.exsa
PIANO Iesons-L. 8. McEIbtnney. No.
425 1th st. nw.; experienced teacher;
reduced rates. se!8-lmo
MME. ESTETCLE tells all ccnts of
lite: gles ailvtce-'tn domestic troubles:
strictly confidential: and heals all kinds
of sores, the latter for Indies only: hours,
9 a. in. to 10 p. m. 913 lth st. nw.
DR. TAYLOR, 306 F Et.nw.. makes
full seta ot teeth, for $5; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling. $1: 3malgam. 50c. se4 tf
MME. BROOKE tells all the eicnts
ot lire; all business confidential; ladles
and gentlemen, 50 cents each; hours, 9 a.
m. to 9 p. m. GO&JJew York ave. nw.,
near filh st. . J oc8-14t
MME. GOFFI, issreuowue-aclamoy-ant,
returned to the city and has taken
rooms at 508 1-2 13th at. nw.; can be con
sulted on the past, present, and future; ad
vice on all business matters; consulied
from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m ocll-7t
OURgreatcstmcdlumandspiritualmcther,
Br. Mary Gordon, tells jou all things
and gives a proper remedy for your trouble.
Alwaysathome. llQqGst-nw. se22-lm
J.T.WALTCERSONS.20410tbst
nw., carpet lining, felts, lire brick and
clay, asbestos, paints, brushe" lime, cement,
twonnd three-ply roofing materiaLapr21-tf
THE Wonderful Remedy. Cancers cured
without knife, pain or pay nntll cured:
also carbuncles, piles, dropsv. by PROF.
MARTIN RILEY.466 Ta avc. n w. ooVl mo
ROR RENT STORES.
FOR RENT No. 14 C st. nw., oppo
site B. & o. depot; store and cellar:
fine business stand; $40 for store, cellar
and stable or SGO fur whole buildincr. In
cluding dwelling rooms. JAMES G. JES-
lcit. a f st. nw. ocio-at-em
FOR RENT Store room; 2030 Vt ave.
nw.: corner? mind business stand for
grocer; $15; -will rent to colored. JAMES
G. JESTER. 639 F st. nw. oe!6-3t-em
WAWTED-FI.ATS.
WASTED-A Dor Oroommodernflat;
convenient tn 14lh st. car line. Ad
dress MODERN FLAT, this office, seie-tf
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE line Kentucky scat sad
me, cneup, used one month; double cet
Victoria harness, nearly new; half price;
two carriage poles. Address box 5. It
FOR SALE Bed lounge in good con
dition; solid walnut frame; $4. Coil
325 E. Capitol st, ltrem
FOR SALE One-man Stiver's top
buggy; good as new. 426 8th st.;
BOND A CO. clG-4t
FORSALE Orgnnand banjo. Address
L.DRANE. 2423Kstnw. oclG-2t
FOR SALE A very Hue. 3-4 side bar
buggy, in excellent condition; will sell
cheap; also one no top buggy- 1105 11th
st. nw. ocl6-3t
FOR SALE Small hotel and dining
rooms in one of the best locations in the
city; every room now mil; terms reason
able: good reasons for selllngg. Address
BARGAIN, this office. oc!6 2t
FOR SALE Pair of mastiff puppies;
4 months old. Address J. C. I! , this
office. oc!6-3t
FOR SALE Second hand furniture
store cheap; good reason for selling.
Addresb FURNITURE, this office. ocl6 Gt
FORSALE Young tiart Aldemvcow;
ery gentle. II. A. S1100T. Lnllslon,
Alexandria County. Va. oe!6-2t
FORSALE Partof WabliingtonTImes
newspaper route. Address Box 3. this
office. oct 1 5.3 1
$1 Down, $! Week,
FOR ANY ORGAN
In stooS. Grcntly reduced prlos FJ
gant U!sh-top iSesTer Organ, walnut
case, bevbl mirror, 6 stops, double coup
lers, double knee swells, with stool wd
Instruction book; only I8U; worth SU3.
F. C. SMITH, 1225 Pa. Ave
FOR SALE Handsome walnnt book
aibf. in goou condition, cheap. Address
W. M. W-. this office; ocl4-3t
FOR SALE-I grate parlor stove;
l'ranklin; almost new; $3.98. 1243
8th st. nw. - lt-em
FOR SALE-A small steam launch;
iliriuiiuit engine and boiler; can lie
seen at Rltter's I mat house. ccB-tfcni
FOR SALE-Best make ot Incubators,
brooders aud fresh green bone; call
and see the Incubators In working order.
b build's Bird and Pet Animal Stores, 712
12th Htnw. and 1221Pa.ave.
oe 5- tf
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
AN ACHE LOT FOR $75
On Easy Terms can now be had at
SnEUMAN PARK,
150 feet above Washington on the, Pennsyl
vania Railroad.
COMMUTATION FARE, S CENTS.
Schools, Stores, Church, Postofflee, eta
EXCURSIONS DAILY.
Particulars at office
G23 F STREET NW.
FOR SALE-Tiro small lots, finely
locattsi on Whitney ae. and 13th st..
and at 75 and 50c., respect Ivcly; $250
cabh, balance monthly If desired, auo a
rine lot for building, sewer, water, andras
In street, on Holmead ae.. S50O cash f
(mired; bargain. Send for our map r.ral
bulletin, mailed promptly. W 11. SAIN
DFRR & CO.. 1407 T st nw. oc!7-2t
FOR SALE Ikiltunore confectionery
store: owner tins other bnslness. Ad
dress CHOCOLATE, tins office. It
FOR SALE Great bargains In choice
building lots, Brookland and South
Brooklnnd; also a number or cottages on
easy terms. GRACE M. THOMAS, Room
100 Corcoran building. oc!7-3t
TIMES SMALL ADS.
COST LESS AND
GO FURTHER
THAN OTHERS.
FOB SALE HOUSES.
S1.4,!J6-iiniy s-o caur, balance, S10
monthly; 3 room dwelling: lot 137 feet
deep: M stiunri to cars. EASTERDA Y A
HALHE.MAN. 617 14th St. It
FOR SALE A 6-rooni house bet.
6th andth st, on L st nw., $4,600;
termseasy.
Slx-roomhouseonFcctnnst.ne.. 51.600:
rent $15 ivr mouth. GRACE M. THOMAS,
Room 100 Corcoran banding. oc!7-3t
FOR SALE In most desirable see
tion ot caimol Hill a Utile gem of a
homo, baft buck and stone front; 7 mis.,
reception ball. Utth, large cellar, furnace
beat, beautifully impered throughout, wide
parking this is a new house: never been
occupied, and is offered for only $1,500;
terms to suit. Apply to COLLINS & GAD-
ms. fit litu St. nw. oci;j-t
FOR SALE No reasonable offer re
fused tor one or more G-room, b. w.,
a. m. I.. brick houses, cellars and stjiblcs;
near cable cars northeast, worth $3,000.
W. J. FRIZZELL, 509 7tn Bt. nw., office
Am. B. Jc L. Ass'n. oclO-tf
Al I Mr E LL ANEO US.
HATS 'Irlmmed: old hats retnmmed;
ranslan style; 00 cents. 623 E st.
nw., upstairs. oc!7-Gt ,
LACE Curtains laundered by hand, 35
cents a pair; mail orders promptly at
lemlel to. Na 25 F st. nw. It
IF YOU WANT
To injure your house;
To sell your property;
To rent your proiicrty;
A loan on property;
See GRACE M. THOAIAS. Room 100 Cor
coran building, for prompt attention.
ocl7-0t
RUSSELL'S capital crullers, home
made, uenercd fresh dally. 10 cents
per dozen. Send orders to 106 8th st.
ne. ocl3. 14, 15,17.19
LACE curtains laundered by hand by an
expert from 35c. up; mall orders
promptly attended to. ID F st. nw.
oelO-lit
DR. WESTLAKE. In charge or the
Highlands .Medical and Surgical Sani
tarium at Highland Station, B. A O.R. R..
has opened an office at 913 New York
avenue: hours, 10.30 to 12 a.m.; 2 30 to 5
p. m.; tt-lephone, 1755. ocl 6- It
HAVE J oiirold carpc tsclcancd as bright
iu ne w iy i it t; uu i u iaa ki-i.i uuia
ING CO.j622 K stnwv ocl6-9t
TV IT A TS2.C0for heating stoves, ranges
5.00. lounges $2.50: bed room and
Snrlnr suits S1.00 per week, at RED
OND'S. 71fc flh St. nw. ocl5-7t
THE latest fall styles ot wall papers are
iiow coming in. Rooms papered from
$2 up. CHAS. W EVANS, 222 13th st
sw. ocl 5-7 1
JUST RECEIVED Flue lot jourg Cu
lun parrot3, guaranteed to talk: also
monkeys, canaries, mocking bints, gold
fih. dogs, and fac-T pigeons SCIIMIO'S,
712 12tti st nw., branch 1221 Pa. avo.
nivlO tt
SOLID comrort for sick or well, Mark's
adjustable folding chair; tend for
catalogue. W. I PFEIFFEK, 417 11th
St. nw -cc!2-7t
WILL launder your lace curtains for
Jbcts a palrand guarantee good work.
R. WALLACH, 503 E St. nw
ocli-7t
JT. D. MERRITT. Photographer, re
moved to 459 and 461 Pa. ave. nw.;
nil work strictly first-class. sc28-lni
HEARING restored, ringing In ears
stopped, enenrru c-ureci consultation
rree. Dr. GRACY. 1407 N. Y. ave. nw.
oc2-lro
GUNS. Rifles, Revolvers, loading tools,
hunters' outfits, watches, jewelry,
guitars, violins, banjos, mandolins, at about
one-hair reguhir dealers' oriccs at PAWN
SHOP, No 1009 E st nw oc1-6mo
FOB SALE-FARMS.
FOR SALE Fine stock farm. 400
acres, with stock, crops, everything
complete; 25 miles from Washington, D.
C: terms easy. W. T. CALLAN. Sterling.
Va. oclD-5t
FOR SA.T.T1 A farm containing 90
acres or land, more or less, near Rock
ville. Md. Apply to ABERT A WARNER.
482 La. ave. uvr ocl6-3t
EDUCATIONAL-
The
Columbian
"University,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
RET. B. L. TnilTMAN. D. D.. President
Examination of Candidates ror Admission
to College. Medical, and Dental Schools.
September 20 aud 21.
College Session tieglns September 23.
Scss'oii ofAcoderay begins September 23.
Bisslon of Medical School begins Oc
tober 1.
Session of Dental School begins Oc
tober 1.
Session of Scientific School begins Oc
tober 2.
Session of Law School begins October 3.
Session of Graduate School begins Oc
tober 4.
THE PREPARATORY SCHOOL.
Thorough preparation for tlio Col
lege, for tlio hclPiitlflc M-bool, for
tlii'Nutal uiid Mllltury Academies,
tend tor business.
THE COLLEGE.
FllllCluiisicnlaiid Sclent If IcCourue.
Open to btudcutx ot both Hexes.
THE CORCORAN SCIENTIFIC
SCHOOL.
Forty-evon Profexs'orn end ln
Btnictor; twenty-three full de
urtiiieiit; twelve full courses of
study. Spectnl MtiidentH udmlttod.
THE LAW SCHOOL.
Twelve professors, Including two
Aecoclittc- Justices of the United
StuteH Supremo Court.
THE MEDICAL SCHOOL.
Thirty professors nnd afmlMtants.
Tin courbo 1h four yeurs.
THE DENTAL SCHOOL.
Scicntr-en lirofesKors; unusual
facilities. The couroo In three
yenrn.
THE GRADUATE SCHOOL.
Court.es of advanced Instruction,
lend In- to M. A.. Al. S.. C.E., E. E.,
uiid Ph. D.
For catalogue descrlpIvp of the several
courses address ROBT. B. MARTIN.
Secretary.
TnE LAW SCHOOL FACULTY.
REV. B. L. -WHITMAN. D. D President
TheHON. WALTER S.COX. LL D.. Dean.
(Associate J cm Ice of the Supreme Court
ot the HUtrlct of Columbia.)
Prorebsor of the Law ot Real Estate, of
Contracts, and ot Commercial Paper.
TheHON. JOHN M. HARLAN. LL. D
(Associate Justice if the Supreme Court
of the United States.)
Professor ot the Coi.sUuuloual .Jurlspru?
dence ot the United States, of the Law
of Domestic Relations, of Per
ioral Property aril of Torts.
The Hon. WILLIAM A. MAURY. LL. D
(Sometime As-siatnm Attorney-General of
the United States.)
Professor of Equity Jurisprudence, of Com
mon Law and Lquity l'leailir;, and of
the Law ot Etideoce. and the
Jurisdiction and Practice ot
the U. S. Courts.
Thenon. DAVID J. BREWER. LL-D..
(Associate Justice or the- Supreme Court
of the United States.)
Professot of the Law of Corporations.
Prof. G. H. F.MMOTT. LL. M
(of the Johns Hopkins University.)
Lectu'er on the Civil I.aw.
HENRY E. IIA1 IS. LL. M.,
(Sometime Assistant Attorney ot the Dis
trict of Colcmbla,)
Lecturer on the History ot Law.
WILLIAM F. MATTlNGLY.Esq,
(ot the Washington Bar.)
Lecturer on practical Oimmercial Law
Tbe Hon. ANDREW C. BRADLEY,
(Associate Justice nt the Supreme Court
of the instrlct or Columbia,)
Lecturer on Criminal Law and n Criminal
Pleading and Practice.
The Hon. LET. JAMIN liUTTERWORTH.
(Sometime United States Commissioner of
Patents.)
Professor of the Law or Patents
WILLIAM O. J 0HNS0N. LL. 1L,
(of the Washington Bar.)
Professor of IV-gal Caiechetlcs, Common
Law Practice, and Judge of the
Moot Court.
COURT OF APPEALS.
WILLIAM F. MATTINGLY.
Chief Justice.
HENRY E. DAVIS. CHARLES W. NEED
HAM, Associate Justices.
ROBERT H. MAKTLV.
Secretary and Treasurer.
The Howard I nlvcrsltr Lawinool
(Foundoi 13ST)
Will open TUESDAY, Oct i, at 6:30 p. m. TUI
TION FREE. For circulars cnatklninc t nrther
Information address JAMES F HL'NDT. secre
tary OfTIeo in Latr School Iiulldlne, 4.1) 5th st
nw. The school is npai to all, 1THOUT DIS
TINCTION OF RAUEOR SEX. who sr om IS
years of ago and poss'13 proper qualifications.
Washington School of Expression,
METZEROTT MUblC BALL,
F-street entrance
Voice a specialty, oratory, recitlnj. physical
culture. TfcorcUEh short course for busy
Beoplts $13. None but natural methods taught
ay and erenloc classes.
Wit, E. 3T.OWKER, Principal
NATIONAL Academy ofFine Arts
Drawing and Painting. Thorough In
struction for artists, teatners. decorators,
designers, illustrators, parents and children.
In ever branch of art. Portraits to
order in every style, from $10 to $3,000
Old or Imured pictures cleaned, varnished,
restored, in the most skillful manner. 503
E st. nw. e22 tf
THE DUNT0NIAN
Electrical Institute,
HDTCHIN3 BUILDING. 10TH AND D
STS. N. W.
We teach electricity In science and ap
plication. Applied mechanics. Mechanical
draughting and designing. Full labora
tory aud practical ship courses. Latent
and best methods. Not the "only school
in the world." but the best in Wasnicgtoa
Opens October 2. Call at the office for
lull particulars, or address the principal.
GEORGE EDW HUNTON.
LADY STUDENTS, ADMITTED
se24 lru
Mount Vernon Seminary
CORNER M AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
WASHINGTON. D. a
A SELECT RESIDENCE AND DAY
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES
AND LITTLE GIRLS
Twenty rirl jcar opens TUESDAY, Oc
tober first Large und attractive build
ings, thoroughly equipped with every re
quisite of a rennc-d Lome and a progres
sive school
Applications for admission of pupils to
the day school ma bemadeuflerSeptember
fifteenth, between the hours uf ten and one
o'cloik each morning
MRS ELIZABETH J SOUERS,
se27-3mo Principal.
Education Below Cost
For young men. In 12 branches or Btudy;
every one a bread-winner: evenlngisessiuiis
only at the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion Business bchool. I'd lloor.Lcuman biii'd
lng. 1425 New York ave. nw. Call r,rfull
pa.Jculars. se25-lm.
WIMODAUGHSIS. 13281 stnw.
Classes Dcgin Oct 1; English branches.
Business classes. Elocution. Journalism,
Literature. Dancinj, Del&arte, French and
Ucrman.
ADA L. SMITH, Snpt eelO-tf
OLIVIA
INSTITUTE
OF
PHARMACY
Now open for the reception of students.
CHEMISTRY.
Prof. Charles E. Monroe, Ph. D.
BOTANY.
William R. Smith, Sunt. B-nfcai
Garden, U. S. A
MATERIA MEDICA.
Nancy D. Richards, M. O.
PHARMACY.
John F. Green, Inst.
For farther Information apply at resldeaos,
Marl" Square, S. C. Ave. and un St a. E.
WALTER Scott Stetson. Teacher of
acting, elocution and daccuiE. 132412th
it nw. lt-em
Auction Sales.
RATCLIFI'E. SUTTON CO . Aucts.
Successors to Ititcliffe, Darr A Co.
TRUSTEES' SALEOF VERY V ALUAIILB
REAL ESTATE. ON NINTH STREET.
HETWEEX C AND JJ STREETS NORTH
EAST. Ey virtue of a deed of trust, duly
recorded in libej No. 1934. folio 418 et;
eq.. one of the land records for the Dis
trict of Columbia, and at the request ot
the part les secured thereby the undersigned
trustees will offer for sale by pabllo
auction, in front of the premises, on Sat
urday, the 19th day of October, A. D.
1895. at 4.30 o'clock p. m., the following
described Real Estate, situate in the dty
or Washington. District of Columbia, to
wlt All those certain pieces or parcel
or land and premises known and distin
guished as and being parts or original
lots three. (3) four. (4) and five (5), la
square numliered nine hundred and thirty
eight (938). contained within the follow
ing metes and bound3. viz.: Beginning
for the tame al a point in the line ot
Ninth street, east, distant, rorty (40)
feet south from the northwest corner of
said lot. five (5), and running thenca
south .along the line of sakl street eighteen
(18) feet: thence east one hundred and
fifteen (llS)fectelevcuamlone-balf (11 1-2)
Inches; to the east line of said lot. three
(3). thence north eighteen (18) feet, and
thence west one hundred and fifteen (115)
feet eleven and one-halt (111-2) Inches
to the place ot beginning, together wltk
the improvements, righto, etc.
Terms if sale One third cash, the resi
due in two equal lnsta'ments at one and
two years, with Interest fnm the day of
bale at the rate of 6 per cert per annum,
payable 6emt annually, secunsl by deed
of trust on the property sold, or au cash,
at the option of tlie purchaser. A deposit
or $200 required upon acceptance or bid.
If the terms or sale are not complied with
in flftecc days from the clay of sale the
Trustees reserve the right to resell th
property at the risk ami cost or the do
rauitlng purchaser after five days' adver
tisement of such resale in some newspaper
pub'lshcd in Washington, D. C.
All conveyancing and recording at ti
cost of the purchaser.
WILLIAM A. GORDON.
SAMUEL CROSS,
ocS-llt Trustees.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
NOTICE to the public In general TVe,
the-R. W.E.orUieNatlonalGrandLiKls
ot A. U. O of S. D. B. and S. of Moses,
that we have, this 15th day ot October,
1895, expelled James H. Matthew, Grand
Master ror rifty years, ror embezzlement
or the Grand Encampment runds. By and
orderor It. W.G.E EDWARD LEWIS. R.
W. G. M.. acting; ANNA M. BERRY, R. W.
G. V.: W. R. M BROWN. R. W. C Sec;
JENNIE E. COLSTON. G. Rec.Pec. It
J. PFLEGING, Tailor.
with W. IL CRANSTON.
1137 Ta. ara, cor. 15th st
Formerly with Jas. W. Roll. 5th are. X. T.
RAILROADS.
Pennsylvania
RAILROAD.
ITATIOa CORNER O? blXTK Jto m
S.TR2KT3.
In Effect slit.0.tfi05.
in 30 A- M PENNSYLVANIA LIM
ITED. Pullman Sleeping. Dluing. Smok
ing, and Observation Cars Harrlsburg ta
Chicago. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St
LouLs. Cleveland, and Toledo. Bufre
Parlor Car to Harrlsburg
10 30A IVt FAST LINE. Pullman
Bullet riirlor c
Car to Harrisburc. Parlaa
and Dining
.burg
Cars. Hamburg to Pltts-
3 40 1 US
AO T TVT CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
liXI'RESs Pullman Buffet Parlor
Car to Harrlsburg Sleeping and Dining
Cars. Hansburg to St. Louis. CiacincaU.
Louisville, and Ohicazo
TIO X. M WESTERN EXPRESS.
Pullman Sleeping Car to Chicago, and
Uorrlsbarg to Cleveland Dining Car ta
Chicago
; XO P JM SOUTHWESTERN EX
PRESS,. puiiman Sleeping and Drains;
Cars to St I-ouis. and Sleeping CaXf
Harrlsburg lo CincinnatL
1 0,40 F- -I -PACIFIC EXPRESS
Pullmau bleeping car to Pittsburg.
T.SO A. M- for Kane, Cacandalgua,
Rocneste-r. and Niagara Falls daily, ex
cept Sundav
1 0.30 A. ST. forLTmlra and Renoro.
daily, except Sunday. For Willinmt
uort daily. 3 40 pm.
ij-,-1 o P. M. lor Wllliamspnrt. Roches
ter. Burtalo. and Niagara Falls dally,
except Saturday, with sleeping car Wash
ington to Suspension Bridge via Buffalo.
10.40 I- M.. for Erie, tanandalgua,
Rochester. Butfalo. and Niagam Palm
daily . sleeping car Washington to EHutra.
For I'liliuue-intilit. New lurk uud th
EllHt-
A.OO r, 31- "CONGRESSIONALLTAI-IlUJ-
AU Parlor Cars, with Dlrdnz
Car from Baltimore, for New Yore
doily, for Philadelphia wcek-davs. Regu
lar at 7 05 (Dining Car), 7 20, 9 00,
10 00. (Dining Cari. and 11 00 (Dining
Can a m.12 15.3.15.4.20.6.40. 10.O0,
and 11.35 p m. On Sunday, 7.05
(Dining Can. 7 20, 9.00, 11 00 (Dining
Car) a m .2.15.3.15, 4.20,6.40. 10.00.
and 1 1 36 p m For Philadelphia only.
Taet Express 7.50 a, m. week-days. Ex
press 2.01 and. 5 40 v. m. daily.
For Boston, wlthonr change, 7.50 a. m.
week-days, ami 3.15 d. m. dally.
For Baltimore. 6.25. 7.05. 7.20. 7450. 8.C0,
10.00, 10.30, 11.00 and 11.50 a. m
12.15. 2 01. 3.15, &40 (4.00 Ltathvi).
4.2(1. 4.36, 5 40.6.05.6.40, 7.10. 10-00.
10.40, 11.15 and 11.35 p. m. On Sun
day. 7.05, 7 20. 9.00. fr 06, 10.30. 11.UO
a.m.. 12.15. 1.15.2.01.3.15. 3.40(4 00
Limited). 4.20, 5.40. 6.05. 6.40. 7.10.
10.00. 10.40 and 11.35 D. m.
For Pope's Creek Line. 7.Z0 a. m. and 4.33
p. m. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis. 7.2U. 9.oo a. m.. 12.15 and
4.2u p. m. daily, except Sunday. Bun
days. 9.00 a. in. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express Tor RIch-
mond, Jacksonville and Tampa, 4.30
a. ra.. 3.30 p. m. daily. Richmond, and
Atlanta, 8.40 p. m. daily. Richmond.
only. 10.57 a. ra. week-days.
Accommodation ror Quautlco, 7-45 a. m.
dally, and 4 25 p.m. week days.
Tor Alexandria. 4.30, 6 35, 7.45. 8.40.
9.45, 10.57. 11.50 a. m.: 12.60. 1.40.
3 20. 4.23. 5 CO. 5.37. 6.16, 8.02.
10.10. and 11.39 p. m. On Sunday as.
4.30, 7.45, 9 45 a. til.: 2-45, 6.15,
8 02. and 10.10 p. m.
Leave Alexandria- for Washington, 8 0.
6 43. 7.05. 8 CO. 9.10. 10.15, 10.28.
a. m.: lf)0, 2.15, 3 00, 3.2 J, 6.00.
6.30, 6.13, 7.00. 7 20. 9.10, 10.52..
and 1 1.08 p-m. OnSundayat6.43,9.10.
10 28 a. nt: 2.15. 5.30. 7.00. 7.20.
9 10. and 10.52 p. r.
Ticket offices, northeast corner of Thir
teenth street and Pennsylvania avenue.
and at the station. Sixth and B streets,
where orders can lie left Tor the checking
or baggage lo declination from hotels ana
tcsidem.es.
South Amerlenn Sympathy.
Buenos Ayrcs, Oct. 1 6. News comes from
Rio Janeiro that a large meeting has been
held there to encourage the Cuban revolu
tionists. The meeting was unanimously
in ta or or preparing a petition to all South
American governments to grant beUic
erent rights to the insurgents.
. ,
Suit Ajoiln-t Columbia Itnllway Co.
The Interstate Vitrified Brick and Pav
ingComp"any filed suit, to-day, against the.
Columbia Railway Company, to collect
the bnL-itice claimed to be due for the pavtnfr
of th company's tracks on New York and
Massa husetts avenues, and H street. It
is said. $11,477.30 yet remain unpaid.
,
Mr. Iliirdlut: Sues for Divorce.
Alice B. Harding yesterday, filed sulk
for dliorce against Albert S. Harding.
Both of the parties are residents of Ken-
tcckv. Desertion is mveu as the ground
for the salt. The papers were ordered
locked lu the safe-
Suit for DUlslon of FropcTty.
Elizabeth Carr yesterday filed suitagalnst
Elizabeth Paul for the sale of part of lot
68, Beatty & Hawkins" addition, to George
town, and the distribution ot the proceeds
among the parties to the suit
Collector ot Wm. n. Slack' Estate.
In accordance with the will ot the lata
William H. Slack, the well known club and
society man. Justice Hagnpr yesterday ap
pointed Mrs. Addle Slack Perrlne, ot Tren?
ton, N. J., as collector of funds due the
estate. Her bond was fixed at $20,000.
Trustee Appointment Asked.
Emma M. Sherldcn brought suit against
Mary J. Snowden, and fire others, yester
day, asking for the appointment of a trus
tee for lot 16, block 2, Ivy City, In placa
ot the lata Dr. William X. Okla.
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