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XbdgcT No7l4. F. A. A. M., will hold
a special communication Monday. No-
Yemlpcr 25. at 2:30 p. m.. to attend the
$uncral of our late hrothcr.Tunmas Young,
lemliers of sister lodges are fraternally
tnviteil. ByorderoftheW. Al. nMMiAT
C. ELMORE. Secretary. 1 11 -cm
BBV. T. Dl-WITTTALMAGE.D. D.
Will preach ctery Babbutn evening at
7:30 o'clock, anil uuo TiiuukRlvlug morn
ing, Novenioer 28, at 11 o'clock a. in., at
First Presbyterian Church, 4 1-2 fct., bet.
CA.L.T-. at I. Cannon's. 305 10th st.
u w.. ror tbcpuru Wilson Whisky.
LEG A I. NOTICES.
ISSUED November 22, le05 Estate
. ot Lizzie S. Lamb, late or the Dlbtrict
of Columbia, No. 6U5tJ, Document 21.
Application iiuuiik been ruacte to the su
preme court of the District ot Columbia,
holding orphans' court for probate or a
last win elated September 21, 1691, and
for letters ot auni.iiisirauon on said ;att,
by Daniel B. Lamb, her husUind, this is to
give notice to all concerned to appear in
said court on Friday, the 20th day of
December, A. D., 1805. at 10 o'clock a.
m., tu how cause wuy such application
should not le granted. . -
Attest: J. NOTA McGILL, Register
of Wills. D. C.
R.T.MOKb ELL, Proctor for Applicant.
FILliD November 7. lbOO. J.K. Young,
clerk. In the Supreme Court of the
District of Columbia, the 7 th day or No
vember. lf95. Lydia Mulr Johnson ct
al., complainant, vs. Henry T. Kensing
ton et al., defendants. No. 16.158. Equity
Docket ife. On motion of the plaintiffs,
by W. H. Acker and W. j. Miller, their
solicitors, it is ordered that the defend
ant, William Kensington. Henrietta Cow
ling, the unknown heirs at law of Henri
etta 11. Edwards, deceased, and the children
of William Kensington, cause Uicir appear
ance to be entered herein on or before the
first rule-day occurrlug fcrly days after
tills day: otherwise the cause will be pro
ceeded witli as in case of default.
The object of this suit Is to correct a
deed of conveyance from Henrietta B.
Edwards, now deceased, to John Benjamin
Johnson, of a piece or parcel or ground lu
square numbered six hundred and twenty
five (620) and to declare the title fee
simple tn said John Benjamin Joh nson heirs,
and for other and further relief. And
further ordered this order lie published la
the Washington Law Keportcr and Wash
ington Times once a week lu three success
ive weeks. By tile Court, .,,
r r. DiiiuiiAAi,
Trnccopv. Test: Chief Justice, Ac.
J. It. YOUNG, Clerk. , ,
By L. I. WILLIAMS, Assistant Clerk.
WANTED-Experienced bundle wrap
per, fl. tit. LDl'-NBERG. 9287th si. l.w.
WANTED-Young white man In. lunch
room, muM come well recommenued and
thoroughly understand the business. Call
at Superintendent's ofricc. MtUilt Build
ing, afler 7 p. m. It-em
WANTED-A colored boy. Call 1324
i mi iiw. i-t-
WANTED-An experienced salesman
to lase orders for "Kls Me" gum. 43 .
11th St. nw. ."
WANTED-L1"1 business man for good
ii.it nig iiositlon. Tor particulars call
f, .A. . i v HTOV1.-S1IPRT lt-tltlc Hide.
after U. It. F
8TONE3UEET, Baltic Bldg.
WAITED Agents to bell tne iiome
1iiciib.iiors and Brooders. Call at 907
9th st. iiw., and see the machines. In oiiera
TV -A.NTEIJ-White boy
,29 Mih st. se.
WANTED-6 caners to cane chairs at
408 Ri.lgest. nw. no21-3t,em
WANTED-Exiierlenceil seamstress to
seuTururessmakcr. Call2107K st.nw.
WANTED-A first-class ladies' bair-
oresser: niuie or iuuiuk. j'.- .
SEMMEf, 701 14th bt.
WANTED Willie cook, $20; remied
nurse, $18; references. 014 13tti
st. nw. It
WANTED-Kwti intelligent colored
".Tii if? kitchen maid. 614 13th
st. nw. ...
WANTED-Competent white infants
HurseT with, references. 614 13th St.
WANTED-A white girl, between 12
and 1 5 years, who wants a good home.
CallatJ5tii 6th bt. ne. no23-2t
-nr ANTED Help! urnishedfree. KATE
JOSl-fiailNE VICKEKY. ofrice 929
NinUi st. nw. no21-3t
WANTED Ornce wort or any kind;
iTucttnilcu and mimeograph workdone
at lowest rates. Address INFELICE, this
WANTED MALE AND
WANTED-1 ramlly to work on farm
lorniiarrs, 8 miles this side or Norfolk;
will furni-h trausponatlon and all necsl
ties. A. B. M.. Ihis office- It
W ANTED By a young colored man
a place as waiter or bellman, cither
private or hotel; oue years' experience in
running electric elevator; can give liest
of city reference. Address R. A. V.. Ihis
WANTED-By young man place as
coachman or waiter, or driver of de
livery wagon. Address 1310 R- I. ave.
TV ANTED- Place as oyster cook. Ad
dress 316 I M.sw. It
WANTED-Situation as steam engi
neer and oiler: sober and industrious;
Government refs JOHN MANGOLA, 417
O st. nw. no22-2t-em
WANTED-Situation as grocery cleric
Imdriieat cutter. Address SITUATION
421 L M. nw. no22-4t
WANTED-'onns tuaD will pay cash
bonus lor position as collector or
other imploMuent; refs. and bond. I'.S.J.,
tills otTlce. no22-3t
WANTED-Hy good confectioner, pas
try cook and Ice cream maker posi
tion ns first or second iiand or to drive
wagon: best refs. Address CONFEC
TIONER, this office. no22-2t
WANTED-Situation by young man
in store or market; best rets. Address
477 I st. nr. no22-2t
WAN TED I'osltton by first-class con-
lectloner and cake 'baker; good orna-
mentor. pastry, fancy cakes, etc. Address
468 Iluntoon Court sw. no21-3t
WANTED-Bf a sober, Industriousand
expci ii-cced barkeeper, a position in
hotel or restaurant- Bui. 67, Ilynttsvllle,
WANTED-Freel Free! Freel Me
chanic's or any kind riirnlshed by us;
also we have a few men suitable tor
driving a team or something similar;
best of refs. furnished. WORKINGMEX'S
LIBRARY AND UUHEAU OF LABOR.
Tel.. 260. 600 13th St. nw. M.D. SHEXK.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED Situation, by neat young
gin; housework or nurse; rets. C. G. B.,
616 7 th st. ne. lt-em
WANTED-B)' white seamstress sew
ing. In laiiitlics: good reference. Ad
dress BEAMBTRES8, tills office. It
WANTED-llJ " colored woman place
us cook and chambermaid; can give
firsttUiss references. Apply 418 1 st.
WANTED-By respectable colored
tvoni.in place as chambermaid and
waitress; or to do general housework. Ad
dress 1711 20th st. nw. It
WANTED-By -young lady, position
stenographer, typewriter, and docket
clerk. MISS MARY COLE, 323 East 23d
St., Baltimore. Md. no23-2C
-Situation as chambermaid
1148 19th st. nw. It
-WANTED By widow, mending, darn
lng.'or c-upjlng to be done at home.
1111 1 st.nw. no23-2t
WANTED-A young lady wishes posl-
tiou to keep clean gentleman's olfice.
Mlss L-. t Ids -off ice. no21-;em
BOABDING-610 Sixth st- nw.; table
board $4 per week. no22-6t
j. gentleman and wife, occupying a
pleasant suite ot rooms on Grant place
nw., would like two or three table board
ers; everything clean, wholesome, and
homelike: r.lce'pcople only. Address Box;
25. lids office. po21-3t
QNBDiillrcrilay. The Templar, 207
Fa. avenue nw. warm rooms and
excellent board. $4 to $6 per week.
WANTED-By Dec 1, one unfurnished
rront room, 2d floor, heat, gat, bath:
refs. exchanged: state location and lowest
terms. Address M.R. P., this office, lt-em
WANTED-Booms where workTrtllbe
taken for rent. WORK, this office. It
WANTED Two or three unrarnisiiea
rooms; light housekeeping; state price;
arWwesl preferr."FHABMACIST It
W A NTE D MISCELL ANEO PS.
"WANTED To buy for cash, good-pay-.....
n,ijr or meal and provision store.
CASH. u3 ortice. nov2!s-gt-eIU
WANTED-Horsc nnd buggy.'to keep
Tn country for Its use: light driving. 11.,
this office lt-em
WANTED-VfeU located livery mi.ij
jliv location ana price. xiAtint,
..,- ilvOh'G'S Magnetic 'Iraiia
iiiitter npplTcl externally, streuBtn
ens the nervous system and beautifies the
Kfcin. Come sci the buds of nnotbersprlng
tinie bursting through these once old fur
rowed checks. Price, on Mondays, 43
cents a mug. mug 5. Furnace, range, la
trobe, and work on defective flues so
liclted. 1214 4th st. nw. It
WANTED-A child to board by white
or address 1336 4 1-2 st.
WANTED-Horsiv harness and top
ttagou on installment plan; I'orsemust
be sound and gentle. Address TEAM, this
WANTED-To buy small second-hand
cash register In good order. Address
CASH REGISTER, tulsolfice. no21-3t
W VNTED-'iirls tc. ijeKeir-upportloK
njarnea ladies to lessen dressnjiklug
Mils by leainiug lo cut by Atcrcham Tall.T
Bataru: ' paTticuIar"nt school. 718 121)1
WantedTrv Rubber Roof Palnl.
WE BTor AIX IJSAK9 KHSt
Aotf chmrs only for palatlnn Trorkf usrsatsvl
hAT. KlllllltlC UOUK l'Al.ST tXI.UU 8tl nw
WANTED- l'nrt of house where owner
will Hike board. BOARD, this office. It
"WANTED Honse of about 7 rooms;
all m. i.; within easy reach H. H.
Hempler. onilcian, Otli and Pa. ave. Ad
llntt linl 2f'. I Ins oi lice. po21-3t
WANTED POSTAGE STAMPS.
WANTED Department suimiis; will
Tmy.aTl uuds and any quantity and par
the highest cash Prices obtainable. U. F.
DUNKHOKST, 1006 7lh St. nw.
1896 edition postage stamp albums
Just received; prices, $1X0 to $40.00,
Including set of stamps, hinges and cata
logue; 1803 to 1805 510.00, J6 .CO,
$3.60 and 51.'. CO albums sold at half
price tn make room for 18UU editions.
We buy collections and U. S. and foreign
stamps in any Quantity at highest or your
own price. C. P. KOTHFUCllS, 351V 1-2
Pa. nve uo20.tr
WA NTED- riUAT
WANTED A 0 jr 0 rt un nnrtern fiat;
convenient to 14th t. cir line. Ad-
cremt MOilEitN FLAT, this office, neia-tf
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SO CENTS down; 'lliauksgiing home
w- is spo personals. It
K. SALE-OI! BENT Pianos: clos
ing on i of renting stock of fine up
FOR S AJLE Pneumatic tire Relay '94
bicycle; price 540, worth 560, must
be sold: want cash. W. IL HENSHAW.
Crown Lunch Room, 510 11 Hi Bt. nw. It
FOB S ALE- Will be sold t his Sa t urday
moriiiug, at Veale's (Georgetown! Ba
zaar, 23 head of horses, among which are
good workers and drivers; aUo carriages,
boggles, carts, nnd harness. F. D. VEALE,
FOR SALE-Cheap, a good driving
mare, suitable for buggy or light wag
on; gentle and kind, or will exchange
for groceries or wood and coal. NECES
SITY. 239 Oak St. It
FOR SALE-Letter press, desk and
bookcase. Apply-room 7. 501 F st. It
FOR SALE-Hot-air Bepton furnace.
in good condition, with 116 ft. cellar
pipe and eight registers. Apply 3213 M
St. nw. no23-3t
tram s a. t.v. Onran. In good order:
510 taken for it If sold by Saturday. J
rujo qui su II
FOR SALE Fixtures and ice box of
small grocery; ne.. 520; good stand;
owner moving into Inrger place; rent for
house and store. 513. 727 7th St. ne. It
FOR SALE New. latest improved
560 sen-lug machlney at half price,
to close them out, at NEWMAN & BON8,
6 1 1 7th st. nw. no22-2t-cm
FOR SALE A nice walnut folding
bcthueud. with mirror; sold cheap.
Apply at KREIG'B EXPRESS, 1220 H
St. nw. Bo22-3t-cm
FOR' SALE Fruit stand; good loca
tion; ownerliaa two; cannot attend to
both. 4 ill nnd Pa. ave. se. no22-2tm
GIVING up housekeeping The folio w
iugartlcics for sale: Parlor carpet, 519;
folding cherry bedstead, French plate mir
ror, beveled. 525. cost 5100: dining-room
matting, 53; refrigerator. 58. cost 530;
couch, 53, and one for $9; dinfng-table,
one-lcnf, walnut, 50, cost 510. 92!i F st.
FOR SALE Very handsome sleigh;
plusti trimmings: cost S100; never
been used; will sell for $30, or tradcit. Ad
dress 117 L St. nw. no22-2t
FOR SALE-Gas engine; four-horse
power, otto. Will be sold
at RATCLIFFE, SUTTON A CO.'S
.Auction Rooms, No. 920 Tenna.
ave., at noon, Saturday no22-2t
FOR SALE-BIcjcle in good condl-
i, S20. iivijruuu o, -
FOR SALE Grocery store on tGe
corner of erniont avenue and V sts.
nw.; no reasonable offer refused. no22-3t
FOR SALE A good stand in market;
cheap TTsoid at once. SAMUEL, this
FOR SALE A carriage ror sale at
for repairs that have been made on it.
FOR SALE-526 wUl buy a large
sound a7 car-old bay horse it sold at
once. Reason for belling, owner has no
use for him. CHAS. LINKINS' stable. 91U
and O sts. nw. no-l-3t
FOR SALE A route on The Times.
Address ROUTE, this office. no21-3t
FOR SALE Cheap Tor cash, dairy,
not a dairy lunch; one or the best
locations in the city. Only those wishing
to buy need apply. Address DAIRY, this
K A. T.E 3
lntrobes; good rejuir.
FOR SALE Tobacco, cigar and lunch
room; worth 5300; will cell in three
days for $100. If anybody wants a tar-
galn. call 1356 Water st.sw. nol0-4tcm
ORGANS. SZ5 TTF.
SX DOWN. SX WEEK.
$1 down and 51 week for any
organ in stock. Greatly reduced
prices. Organs from 526 up. Best
F. G. SMITH!- 1225 r. nve. nw.
FOR SALE A ELU311 steam launch;
Ilerescnoff engine and boiler; can be
seen at Bitter's lioat house. ot8-tf-eni
FOR SALE Best make ot incubators,
brooders and frosh green bone; call
and sea the Incubators la working order.
Schmid's Bird and Pet Animal Stores, 712
'LACE CURTAINS laundered rrom
35c, up. Tentu Street Laundry, 724
10th st. nw. no23-2tem
FOR SALE Cut under parcel delivery
wagon, :s:j6: also large covered wagon
525 Rear 442 M st. nw. It
00 tiir'l'S uown; Thanksgiving home
wants. See personals. .It
UiiY jour coal, wood and coke at the
dump. 321 K st. se.; telephone No. 742:
742; coal 54.C0 per ton. no22-2t-em
BXTY -your coal, v
dump. 321 K st.
wood, and coke at the
nc., telephoncNo. 742;
coai M-iiu per con
cured without the knife:
amine references. Sanitarium. 1320
G St. nw. CHARLES ALLEN, M.' D.
FASHIONABLE dressmaker, late
"? or Philadelphia and New York, desires
first-class work; terms reasonable. MRS.
HARRINGTON, 428 H St. nw.' nol9-7t
HATS trimmed or retrlmmeu, Parisian
stjlc, 50 cents. 623 E st. nw. Upstairs.
. Pol 8-7 1
JITRT RECEIVED Fine lot young On
baiL parrots, guaranteed to talk: also
monkeys, canaries, mocking birds, gold
fish. dogs, and fac-y pigeons. BCHMTXI'S,
712 12th st. uw.. branch 1221 Pa. are.
GUNS, Killes. Revolvers, loading tools,
nunters" outfits, watches, jewelry,
guitars, violins, banjos, mandolins, at about
one-half regular dealers' prices at PAWN
SHOP. No. 1O09 B ut- nw. ocl-6mo
TOR RENT STABLES .
FOR RENT Large two-story brick
stable, room for 4 horses and 3 car
riages; hay-loft and feed-room; -also large
nice bed-room; all for 510 a mo., 217 D st.
FOR RENT Possession December 15,
a tine stable. 26x80 feet, two apart
ment: every convenience; five stalls, with
Sfnty ot room tor more; adjacent to 900
eventli St. se., where apply:, can rent
connected eight-room dwelling on front
street It desired. nol8-7t
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR HENT-S1.50 and $2 per week
Newly fur. rooms; gas, heat, bath; nrt
Tato family. 806 11 st. uw. .." -
FOR RENT Two rooms, secondTloor
one on third; fur. or unfur.; no objection
to light housekeeping. 2503 M st. nw.
FOR RENT To a gcutleiuan, bacj
parlor, nicely fur.; open crate: all
modern improvements; board If desired,
terms very rcasouable. Apply after 6
o'clock. 905 P st. ne. It
FOR UltNT-Unfurnished Back narlor
(southern exposure) with board in prt-.
ulu laiuuy, xor iwu persons, 901 iier
mouth. For ono person, 521. Will fur
uish if desired at 540 ror two; 525 ror one
Address 704 L sun w. It
FORRENT 425Mass.ave.nw., bright.
sunny rooms for light housekeeping.
1119 Gth st. nw., one
room: new house:
heat and gas.
57 per month. It
FOR RENT Unrurnlshed, 1311 11th
u nw., several lovely rooms; rented
singly or en suite. no22-5t
FOR RENT Four uufurnlslusl rooms.
with gas, bath and range. 510.50 per
month: two rooms, 57. 16 4th st. ne. Prl-
Tate cntra nee. no22-2t
FOR RENT Three rurnished rooms,
all rront; single or en suite. 633 N. J.
ave. nw., cor. a. Price, 56 and 56 per
month each. no22-3t
FOR RENT Rooms, handsomely rur
nished, with board; three on second
floor and two on third. Call at 721 lllh
FOR RENT Furnished second Mory
back room. SB. 1137 0th st. nw. no22-3t
FOR RENT Three nnfunushed rooms.
neat and gas. 512. 66 R st. nw. no22-2t
FOR RENT Two jinfnrnished front
rooms, parlor with bay window and one
large room adjoining; beat, gas aud oath;
terms reasonable. 902 O st. nw. no21-3t
FOR RENT Unfur. Three second
fioorflarge; newly papered; 513. 26
I st. ne. no21-3t
FOR RENT 709 H st.nw., third-floor
back room; ladles or gentlemen em
ployed preferred. no21-3t
FOR RENT 2 furnished and 3 unfur
nished rooms, for housekeeping; 517
permonth;gas,batb,etc. 2371'n.ave. nw.
FOR RENT In West End Flats. 2620
Kst-nw ; 2d floor; Grooms; bath, range,
gas meter, coal vault, storage room; rets,
required: rent 516. nol0-7tem
fur. room to
17, wiui 1
board; a. m. I
No. 015 I st. ne
FOR RENT A suite of 4 unfurnished
roomsou lstfloor; modern conveniences;
also basement, suitable ror catorerororf Ice;
hentandgas; rent moderate. 422 0thst.nw.
FOR RENT Two largo cuiiinmnlcat
lug front rooms, first floor, suitable
for offieo or Osutal fiarlors, elc; low rent
to sultablo tetunt. 476 Pa. ave. nw.
FORRENT- Elegant suite of 2 rooms
on id floor; private bath: suitable for
member of Congress. 924 14th st. nw.
Board next dooi no21-7t.em
FOR RENT Board and Rooms Two
nicely furnished front rooms: comer
house: near cars nnd herdlcs; gentlemen pre
ferred; terms rcasouable: refs. 2000 st.
Has established the following Branch Agencies, where
Want and Liner Ads will be received at the same rate one
cent a word as at the head office:
Walter J. Boyce, First and N. Y. ave.
H. C. Eastcrday, cor. G and N. X ave."
Frank Smith, 4th and G nw.
A. B. McCloskey, 1312 Seventh aw.'
R. W. Duffy, Ninth and N nw.
F. M. Criswell, Seventh and T nw.
Edmontls & Williams, Third and-Pa.- nw.
W. G. Roe, Seventh and L nw.
Mt. Vernon Pharmacy, Ninth and N.
Y. ave. nw.
G. A. Bentley, 14th and Corcoran nw.
Offul & Blumer, Fourteenth and U nw.
J. Louis Krick, 17th St and Pa. Ave.
Geo. B. Lockhart, 1344 32d St , Georijet'n.
FOR RENT Parlors, suitable for Con
gressmen; slnsle or en suite; also other
desirable rooms; Southern exposure. 1233
N. V. ave. nw. lt-em
FOR RENT Severn! pleasant rooms
with koou board, may be bad on reason
able terms at 1225 N street northwest.
MISS FANNIE MASON. no20-4t
FOR RENT One furnished room, with
heat and gas; $7; gentleman preferred.
912 L nw.
FOR RENT At 914 Bin nw., entire
1st floor; convenient to Patent and 1'en-
FOR RENT HIS Va. ave. &vr., com
mucicattng rooms, with board; suit
able for gentleman and wire, or several
gentlemen: near Kncravlng bureau, Smith
sonian, and Museums; reTs. nol!3-2t-cni
jr or RENT A nicely furnlshcd'tront
room; heat, gas. bath; private family;
very cheap. 3200 Q St. nw. no23-2t
FOR RENT 1206 K st. n w elegantly
furnished rooms. no23-3t .
FOR RENT " fur- rooms, 2d floor,
single or en suite; beat and light; a. m.
1.: new nouse; newly fur.; $8 and S1G. 626
I st. nw. no22-2t
FOR RENT 1014 10th st nw., 3 rront
fur. rooms; very reasonable. no!7-7t
FOR RENT A flat or 3 large rooms
all mod. imps.; on 2d floor. Address
1012 loth St. n w. no21-7t,em
mTdSSL 63Est.nw. nol8-6t
unfur. front room.
-flour: no other roomers. 1012 10th
st. nw. novl7-7t
meuc &i a rooniu.
IV Y INSTITUTE
8th nnd K. It
PIANO. Organ, Vocal M uslc and theory
taught by J. F. GERMUILLEUVOll
I st.nw.t terras moderate. nol7-lm
PENMANSHIP One dol-
.-lra month nntlljanuarv. Twonights
a week, from 8 to 9. EATON, BURNETT
A DURLING Business College, 12th and
F sts. n w. Ladies' Class from 3 to 4 p. m.
WIMODAUGHSIS Classes. 1328
1st. n w.. beginning November Short
hand, dictation and typewriting, Mrs.
Baldwin, of Business High School; book
ADA L. SMITH. Snpt
MME. J. ESPTJTA DALT.
Sigut singing classes (note chain system).
Studio 11 18 New York avenue.
Two lessons weekly. S20 per season.
Mount Vernon Seminary
COH.SEK M AND ELEVENTH BTKEETo.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
A SELECT RESIDENCE AND DAT.
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES
AND LITTLE GIRLS.
Twenty-first year opens TUESDAT, Oc
tober first. Large and attractive build
ings, thoroughly equipped with every re
quisite of a refined home and a progres
Applications for admission of pupils t
the day school may be madeafter September
fifteenth, between the hours of ten and on
o'clock each morning.
MRS ELIZABETH J. 8QMERS,
WANTED 100 young people to Join
shortuaDd dictation classes, which are
now being formed at Wood's Commercial
College. 311 and 401 East Capitol St. at
the low rate ot $1.00 per month. Send
tor catalogue containing pictures ot 8
WALTER SCOTT STETSON, teacher ot
. acting, elocution, dancing. 1324 12th
st. . oclB-
""HEE! ' "FHKB! "FBEt!', ' ' ' ;
a.WHAT7 CLAIRTOx"ANT B1TTIN0S,
nod cam readings, ny naiee. tne Mnu
of clairvoyants' onrt-eard readers, his
first nnnearanee Ihis side of the Atlantic.
Who nus.rvry.fcwieqoalg.aDd.can be con
sulted on an arrairsoc lire; tens you your
friends and enemles.'ahd gives you advice
regarding nuythliigiiyi'U want to know.
Gives you good .hick ,fCREEOF CHARGE,
nnd none in trouble will be turned away
without tx-lng -helped fnnrt mode happy.
Ccmie one; come a II. and bring your friends
unit toll ttioni ,.t IIA1.RR nn.l hlu nrnnrlf.r
Pful powers. .1 clmrge yotl for my time-
tunes: in minuies cosis z cents; in
that time you can get a card rending. 25
minutes costs SO cents; lu that time you can
lure a good clairvoyant billing. I am
not here altogether to make money, bet
hereto be strictly honest in my business,
and to do good to the people who call
on me at 806 II street northwest. Hours,
9 n. m. to 9 p. m., daily, except Sunday.
T-"'r Innttt-nuance. no22-2t
j... . tJ.tUli.- lermauently lutalu
nt714Fst. sw., can be consulted dally
0:1 all the affairs of life; those in troublo
don't delay; have the fault removed; get
help; it can be ddne: unites the. separated,
and never is known to fail; gives luck;
removes all pain by magnetism; cures
spells; finds treasures; lucky .numbers and
dates. Will come to yo'ir house and dress
rooms for luck aud good business. Fee, 51
Always ut home. nov23-2t
OO CENTS down; new credit system;
lace curtains,, portieres, rugs, table
linen, blankets, quilts., table and piano
covers, china dinner and toilet sets, silver
plated ware, banquet lamps, onyx tables,
clocks, "window shades, albums, etc. Bend
postal, win bring samples. nuuiHiSAST
CREDIT HOUSE, 1Z1U II st ne.
till 0 p. ru.
CHEAP Prlntlog. Business cards. $1
r ouu. yiiL.isiAtaot oooKDinuer;
HERON, printer, 613-15 7th it. nw.
aimcring with chronic rheumatism and
nervous ailments speedily cured by Mmc.
Coirord. 1210 F St. nw. Hours, 10 a. m.
to 9 p. tn.; Sundays, 2 to 0 p. m. It
A CONsTNDRTTM" "What Washing
tonlaua TAro Like a Hidden Belt?" Ex
plained by Pastor V. Hez Sweni Sunday
night, 7:30 oVIuck. Free pews. It
MME. TELL. C8 1-2 13th St. nw.
is now prepared Ui lake cases of every
description ; sittings daily; hours, 10 to 7
Fee. 51. It
PROFESSIONAL massage. Parties
suffering with cr.rouic rheumatism and
nervous ailments snesllly cured by Mmc
Coirord. 1210 F St. nw. Hours, 10 a.m.
to 9 p.m. Sundays. 2 to 6 p.rn
MONEY due Madame Balru. If Mrs.
'L. J. Vnlesquer. Bolrd will write to
"ATTORNEYS,'' this orrice, she will learn
ot money due her. Haste. no22-3t
IF you sang tenor for JBo a minute you
would be "hot stuff;" It will compen
sale you to see those splendid suits and
overcoats, "almost new." we are selling
for a song. JUBTH'S OLD BTAND. 619 D
st. nw. nol9-7t
mectianics can be
secureu ut oou 1
3tli st. nw. Pnner-
hangers, painters, bridgo and structural
iron workers, carpenters, lathers, plaster
ers, a n-1 laboring men of an y kind. WO BK
IXGMEN'H LIBRARY AND BUREAU OF
LABOR, 600 13th st. nw. Telephone. 260.
M. D. rillENK. Clerk. E05-tt
M- McNulty, 1336 Fourteenth nw.
JL Hag-e, 2153 Pa. ave. nw.
Daniel D. Mnlcahy, N. Cap. and I sts.
J. E. Woodford, Fifth and H ne.
A. P. Geier, 13th and Hne.
J. W. Johnson, 49 H ne.
W. F. Mackay, 821 H ne.
Hoyle & Co., Fourth and East Capitol.
F. P.'Weller, Eighth and I se.
Thomas A. Dobyns, Second and Pa. ave.
Joseph Linden, 406 Eighth se.
Joseph Petignat, 609 Seventh sw.
W. W. Hall, jr., 722 4 st sw.
W. D. Brace, 30th and M sts., Georget'n.
J. W. Jennings, 1142 Conn. Ave. N. W.
DBESSMAKING-GM O st. nw.;
late styles: Tow prices; cut, fit and
stitch seams of waist or skirt.
HOLDEBS or Kasscr Mining and Mill
ing stock Tn this city may find it to
their advantage to communicate with JNO.
C. LEATIIEUMAN.608 F st.nw. lt-em
CHRISTMAS will fnon be here,
when you will want to gn e some presents
to friends or relations. Nothing is so
acceptableasjewelry. George 11. Horning.
Boom 8. Central Building, sells the finct
quality of watches and diamonds on weekly
or monthly payments. One dollar a week
will buy you a handsome watch, and you
will never feel the expense. Order one
at once and you will bcglad when Christmas
Ruuiaf 8. CENTRAL" BUILUTNU.
Don't rorget the place It's at the
corner of 9th and the"A venue. Ifs where
you can Ret the finest Jewelry on weekly
or monthly payments. .Provide jour
self for Christmas, you will not feel a
small weekly payment. Open 'till 8 every
evening. GEO. D. HORNING. It
MME. BROOKE tells all the events
of life: all business confidential; ladles
and gentlemen, 50 rents each; hoars 0 a.
ni.-to 0 p. m. 60S New fork ave-nw,
near 6th st. noS-14t
DR. TATLOE. 906 F st-nw- makes
tail seta ot teeth for (6: satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling, (1; amalgam. 60c. se4-tf
MME- ESTELLE tells all events of
life: gives advice in, domestic troubles:
strictly confidential: , and heals all kinds
ut sores." the latter for ladles only:'hours.
n- m. to 10 n. m."B13 lth st. nw.
OF. CLAY is tlipld evinnnshert
advertising clairvoyant; consult him on
business, marriage, lovip.'lostor stolen prop
erty; tens wno arciyonr enemies; now co
avoid them and overcome all troubles;
brings separated together and causes
speedy marriage with one ynu love; by
proper advice removes evil influences
and spttiK sittings '60 'cents; no charges
for sitting unless satisfied, hours, 10 to 9;
open Sunday. 489 ll.st., bet. 4 1-2 and 6th
LADIJE8 needing ' confidential treat
ment. A safe sand sure relief in all
female trouble, cosstlnnllen, irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula,
etc Separate looms for patients before
and during confinement, and find homes
for Infants If required. Strictly c-ntlden-ttaL
MRS. DR. RENNER. 16 Fourth st
ne..nesr E. Capitol st. Washington. D. O.
nw... carpet lining, felts. Tlrr brick and
day. asbestos, paints, brushes llme.cement
t wo and three-ply roofl nc material. apr2 1 -tf
PROFESSIONAL massage. Parties
surfering with chronic rheumatism and
nervous ailments speedily cured bv Mine.
Coirord, 1210 P st-nw. Hours. 10a. in.
to 9 p. in.; Sundays. 2 to 6 p. ra.
.MONEY WASTED AND TO LOAN.
JT.jfC: FTH.TOirS L"hn tjlflco: IS18"
Pa. tb. nw, . Esiablisned In 1870.
Money loaned on Wratcncs'.tBaroonds. 'Jew
elry, silverware, etc. Special bargains in
watches. Jewelry, and silverware. au20-B
MONET to loan on bonds, stocks, trusts,
loan association certificates, and old
fins lira insurance pollcies: no delay
TERKES A BAKSR.
MONET to loan at 0 ana per cent,
tf seenrlty is satisfactory.
. WALTER H ACKKK-704 14th nw
svrowEY to MA-1,"t! 1:
or as low- as Tl.OiFO. at 6 and 6 psr
rent on D O. real estate; also 5250, $600,
57M1. elc.. at per cent WM. H- SAUN
DERS A CO.. 1407 F St. nw tf
MONET TO LO AW All "WSKBS ot
real estate looti mdi with promptness
st cureut rates THE McLACHLEN HEAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, eor
uer Huh nnd G streets rnr m-tf
V? ANTED The loan ot 58,000 on first
class. lusicW property: bo scents. '70S
19th st. salS-tl
LOST or stolen, on the 15th. a dachs
hund, black and tanrreward given to'
person bringing the same. 1731 Tst.
bulldog; answers to name of Ulsinarck;
had on collar with tag 2502. Reward if
returned to. z-ju -st.-ne. no23-c
LOST 19th, Brown Scotch. Terrier
pup; couar; ucuer suiiauie ruwaro
1212 M St. nw.
LOST REWARD Half grown col
lie, one light, blue eye; one brown:
wlilie face and breast.. Answers to name
of Prince; no collar or tag. Finder please
return to 3167 P street northwest end re
ceive reward. It
FOR SALE ROUSES.
FOR SALE Nice 7-room house, north
first class in every particular; a barealii;
terms tosuit. Apply 29 H st.nw. lt-em
FOR SALE Cheap, two 4-roorn brick
nouses in Douglass alley, west side of
4th st. nw., lictween Washington and H
sts.; also 1128 3d st. nw. Apply owner,
926 T st. nw. It-cm
FOR S ALE-A bargaln-307 Elm St..
Uc Jroiirurs, J -ruoju (Mil, nnu voku
and line rellarr terms to suit.
call on owner. 027 E St. ne.
Mass, ave.: elegant
residence, just comnleted: frontage
of 26 feet; 10 rooms; double parlor; beau
tiful dining room (25 by 17), butler's
pantry, 2 Tine bath rooms aud servant's
closet: heated by latest hot-water system,
wlih Tliemastadt attachment; all of latest
improvements; a beautiful house. Terms
FOR SALE A handsome residence on
TiTII. nf.. near M St., 22 feet front:
8 rooms, nnd modern improvements; will
sell lor 57.900 if sold previous to December
1. ROSENBERG .A COMPANY, E04 E St.
nw.. Real Estate, TBsurauce and Loan Brok
ers nol 7-19-21-23
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
A HOME PLACE Los Angeles coun
ty. Col., two and one-half acres, bear
ing oranges. lemons, peaches, apricots,
figs, walnuts, prunes, pears and small
fruits; hedges, vines and nowers; house,
8 rooms; large barn; chicken nnd dry
house; piped water stock over all; photo
granh ut place and owner, at Architect's
Office. U. S. Capitol. no23-7t
WILL exchange high-grade sewing ma
chine, best make., 566, for good
Remington or Bmith Premier typewriter.
611 7th st. nw. no22-2t-em
FOR SALE or exchange. Party own
lug grocery store, doing good cash busi
ness, owing to ill health will trade for small
farm, improved, or sell for cash; rent and
other expenses small. Address GROCERY,
Tunes office- oo20-4t
WANTED-A good grocery and meat
store nortnwest or northeast. Address
BU8INE88. this ofrice. rjo21-3t
FOR SALE-STORE A DWELLING.
FOR SALE-7-room store nnd dwell
ing; cellar; lot 98 reet to alley; good
location; only St. 250; easy terms. O.
J. BOND. 631 F St. Item
FOHREST- S22; In suburb; 9-rooms
and luth.a.m.L;concrete cellar; porches,
large lot, stable, etc.. one nnd one-half
squares from cars. Address OWNER, this
office, half hour to District buildings.
FORRENT-Suburban, at Brookland,
D. CT, 2 blocks from cars, 7-room frame;
cellar, bath and attic; latrobe, range: hot
and cold water. Inquire LS. HOLLIDGE,
care Saks & Co. nol6-lwk
FOR SALE COUNTRY PROPERTY.
FOR SALE-On very easy terms,
from 1 to 6 miles from Washington;
20 acres adjoining Arlington Heights, on
Mt. Vernon Electric railroad; also Beveral
tracts containing rrom 1 acre to 100 acres:
Improved and unimproved; also 34 acres
to be sold at auction near Arlington on
Dccemocr'4. The attention or government
employes, mechanics. Investors,, specula
tors, and business men generally1. It called
to my large list or suburban and farm
roperty. Call ror my map of country,
5 miles around the District, ami lanrn
Hit of property for aale- free to ail callers;
Biso uunuing jois tor $i per week
Is the time to
j buy: projjertv shown free
JAMES E. CLEMENTS,
i3zi f st. nw.
THE EASTERN PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH Ma rytindavenueandSlxlhstreet,
northeast. Rev. Thomas Chalmers Easton,
D.D..pastor, will nreachat lla.ra. Subject,
"Individual nhd Inspired Leadership," and
at 7:30 p. m. Subject. "Romauiwn The
Celihacy of Romish Priests." The best
music will be rendered. Sunday School at
9:30 a. m. T. P. S. C. E. Juniors at 3
p. m. Seniors at 6:30 p. m. Strangers,
especially RomaniCKtholics, are cordially
invited. Pastor's residence, 308 Seventh
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Corner Tenth and G streets northwest.
Rer. S. M. Newman, D. D pastor. The
pastor will preach at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Evening sermon, next illustrated sermon
upon the "Life of Christ." Music by quar
tet and chorus, led by Dr. Bischofr, organ
ist. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.; Temper1
ance Legion. 3 p. m.; Christian Endeavor,
6:30 p. m. Thanksgiving service Thursday,
11 a.m. Preaching by pastor.
FAITH M. E. CHAPEL Bnwen road, D.
C, Sunday, November 24, will be dedicated.
All day services commencing at 10 a. m.
Addresses by Dr. Wilson. Dr. Bailey. Dr.
Wright and others. AH are welcome. Rev.
A. u. Harrison, pastor In charge.
ALL SOULS' CHURCH-UNITARIAN
Corner Fourteenth and L streets northwest.
Sermon? by Rev. Leslie W. Spraguc, pastor
or the Second Unitarian Church, San Fran
cisco, Cat- Subject tor the morning, at 1 1
o'clock. "Prayer Without Words." Sub
ject for theeveulng. at 7:30o'c!ock, "Jesus
the Way to God." Sunday school and
unity study class at 9:45 a. m. Young
Peoiile'a meeting- at 6:30 pi ra. All Ore
BROOKLAND M. E.CHURCH Rev. Wm!
H- Chapman, pastor. Sunday School at 10
a. m. Prechic; br (he oastor at 11:30 a.
m. 8ervi-esat7:30p.ni-. conducted bythe
Epworth League Prayer service on Wed
FOR BENT ROUSES.
POR RENT. '
1-at Mass. sr. n v. ' fWSBth nw, Sd fl.tr, IS 00
mUlrt,. roi OlH.04Ltaw.6r..... IS so
1"51 Pnw.ml.13r 67 ho'lBM) Superior nw.
SHCnir.ml.l3r.. Co 13, Br.7. IS 00
1150 atn nw, mUSr GO W 600 23d aw. Or.... IS 00
1TDS Lnw.inl, lr. SU W.Cor. 8th & Grant
BO! K nw, inUMr. W 00 t nw.tr flS 03
SibO It nw, ml, 13c SO 00 I tcott av nw, sta
l4S.'S!dnw,mi,iur assw ,hl, r..-.. 15 00
410 Uas sr nw, SS04ih nw, Cr.... It SO
roi, rs 80 50i7Oa nw. inI,Tr 13 50
SlODthst nw, st 720 10th ne, Jr.... 13 5u
idtij, mLIr.... SO 50 311 ISth sw, Sr .... n U)
488 M st liW.mWr. 30 tU-Kl N sw.Sr IS 30
411 N Y av nw, Br .is 4 nw, 1st fl,:r U 50
m. L 509BHS. avone. Sr IS SO
231!dnw, ml.r.. 2S33.i3Snw.tr. 12 'w
1S10 (.olumbU st, i03Cihnw,5r.... M 00
nw, mi. 8r S5 8,71l bheridaustnw
S13 2dne,inl,8r.. S3 SI Sr 18 00
207 10th st ne,mi.7r 2S 50 fialreston st, S'th
1740 6th nw, ml. 7r 2a 60f Brcokland, Cr... 1 00
16-ithstnw, nil. 611 Csllan ne,
7T 22 SO 6r. 11 50
455 1st se. ml,7r.. 1 SOthuettsr. nw.Sr.. 11 00
S141 F6tnw.uil.6r a) 5j 1310 Fristoe ctnw.
lotu B ne. mi, Jr.. SO sr 10 30
WSFlascnw.mI.6ra)3S1313C'stsw,Sr.. . 1310
l!0Tnw. ml, 6r- SO 30 16.-9 K'ta. no. 3r. .. vi 30
MM -Hi stow, stri Ata Hayes' Court
dwl. 5r. 23 00 nw.Sr 10 00
12135th nw, mi. Sr l'J W.ilnrtford st. tooth
2C3 K st nw. ml,7r 18 40 Brookland. Sr... 10 00
His n no, mi, 6r.. 18 sulOjO I5thne;cr.... 10 00
llalOtno.ml,8r 13 IG4U Blandalnw.Cr 9 SO
102 4th 1.0, ml, 8r. 16 00,10:3 5tb no, 5r..... 50
910 9th nw. store 1 601 4 sw. store-
and dwellings J30 50 and awelll'e. Sr. 120 00
Rear319Cnw...fl0 00l Rear 910 9ta nw.. 00
"16-31 A. a CAY WOOD, 933 th St. nw.
FOR KENT Brick, bay window, newly
punned and paner?d; all mod. imps.;
1825 12th st. nw; $20.81 ier month. 937
2Cth st. nw., can lie let to respectable col
ored tenant-$l D.30 per month. M1DDLE
TON A DU BUIB. 031 F St. nw. It
FOR KENT Six-room cottugeatDean
wood.l.C.;lowrent. EDWARD KIUtN.
29 R su nw. ' lt-em
FOR RENT 525-9 rooms and bath.
No. 7021' st. ne. EDWARD ORATES,
474 C st. nw. no23-7tem
FOR RENT 64 and 68 R st. nw.; 9
rooms, bath, cellar and all m. 1.; rent.
$30. 73 8 st. nw., 6 rooms, bath, cellar
and all m. 1.; rent, $22.60. 1712 1st. St.
nw., 6 rooms, bath and all m. I.; newly pa
pered; renrr$20. Apply to WM. J. HOLT
MAN, cor. 1st and R sts. n w. no23-2tem
FOR RENT 75 L St. nw., two-story
brick; b rooms and bath; m. I.; fn good
condition. S17.30. AnnlT within or to
A. GIRONARD, 115 lOih St. ne. noZ3-3t
FOR RENT 1238 Duncan st. ne., 7
rooms: all mod. Imps.; nearly new;
Sir. JO. JOHN W. MORRIS, G14 F St.
FOR RENT 2022 K st- nw . pressed
urfcC: bay window front; 6 rooms and
bath; all mod. imp ; l.-trgeyards and closets;
reduced rent. Key 2020 Kst
FOR RENT New, excellent condition,
(3-rooin; Urge parlor; a. m 1.; cellar,
furnace, stationary washtubs, drying flat,
back alley: cars pass door. 900 11th st
se.; $22; key at 900 nol9-7tcm
FOR RENT 1431 N. J. ave. nw., 1
rooms and bath; bay window, press
brick front; nice condition; all modern
improvements: only $24, If taken at once.
LATIMER A NEHBIT. 1331Gst. nol7-7t
CHURCn OF TOE REFORMATION. Pn
ave. and 2d st, se.. Rev. W. E. Parson, D.
I)., pastor Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. Also on Thursday, at 11a. m., the
Thanksgiving service, with music and col
lection, as usual.
MOUNT ZION BAPTIST CHURCn, Cor.
of 12th aud E sts. ne.. Evangelist A. WII
banks. pastor Sunrise prayer meeting.
S. 8. at 9 o'clock a.m. Preaching at 11
o'clock a. m. by the pastor. Lyceum at
3 o'clock p.m.. Dr. Richardson, president.
Preaching at night by the pastor, subject:
"The child sneezed seven times after it
was dead." Revival meeting continued,
conducted by the pastor and a gospel
choir ot forty voices. AU ore welcome.
NINTH STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH,
corner Ninth nnd D streets northeast,
pastor, E. B. Bagley. will preach at 11
a. ru., subject, "Singleness of heartland
at 7:30 p. m. an evangelistic meeting. Bap
tism at evening service.
FOURTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Ninth street between O and 11 streets
northwest. Rev. Joseph T. KcQy, pastor.
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m.; Sab
bath school at H-IO a. m.; 1'. P. S. C. li
nt 0:30 p. m.; Home Mission praise serv
ice or the Women's Missionary Society at
7:30 p. m. Addresses by Miss Pond, who
has labored among the Zuni Indians. and by
several others. Union Thankigiving service
Thursday at 11 n. m. Sermon by Rev.
George O. Little. D. D.
CONGRESS STREET METHODIST PRO
TESTANT CHURCH Tblrty-rirzt street
between M and N. Rev. Dr. Walter B.
Graham pastor. Sabbath services, 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. in.; Sabbath school 9:30,
Christian Endeavor 0:30 p. m. Thanksgiv
ing service Thursday. 11 a. m.
FAITH CHAPEL M, between Fonr-nnd-a-hair
and Sixth streets southwest.
Rev. Edward Warren, pastor. Residence,
625 G street southwest. Services Sunday
11 a. m., subject, "The Commandments."
Sunday-xchool, 3 p. m. Senior C. E.
Society, 6:30 p. in- Special Thanksgiving
service, 7:30 p. m. Mr. tilers' meeting.
Tuesday, 1:30 to 3 p. m- Junior C. E.
Society, Wednesday, 9:30 p. m. Gratitude
meeting. 7:30 p.m. PreachingatBethaiiv,
Friday, 7:30 p. m. ScwiogrKboolat Faith
and Bethany Chapels, on Saturday. 11
a. m- to 1 p. m. Strangers and visitors
welcomed at every service.
"VERMONT AVENUE CHRISTIAN
CI1URCII Pastor, F. D. Power, 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Evening topic, "The
church and the saloon." Sunday-school,
9:30; mLoslc.n, 3:30: C. E-. 6:30: Thanks
giving service, Thursday, 11a. ni., subject,
"The home." All welcome..
"" CHURCHOFOUR FATHER Thirteenth
and Lstreetsnorthwest. Rev. Henry Con
den, the blind veteran, one of the candidates
for the chaplaincy of the next House of
Representatives, will be present at the
Church of Our Father. Sunday morning,
and assi3t Dr. Rogers In the service.
HAMLINE M. E. CHURCH. Ninth and
P streets northwest. Rer. E. S. Todd,
D. !., pastor Sunday-school. 9:15 a. ra.;
preaching by the pastor. 11 a. m., subject,
'The Righteous in Everlasting Remem
brance;" 7:30 p. in., subject, "The Ninety
and Nine:" Epworth League. 6:16 p. ra.;
Tuesday, consecration; Thursday, church
prayer meeting. 7:30 p. m.; Thanksgiving
services. Thursday. November 28, 11 a.
m.: come anil worship with us. I
SIXTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Thanksgiving sermon will bo delivered by
the Rev. Mr. Skelllnger at the Sixth Presby
terian Church, corner Sixth and C streets
southwest, Sunday, November 24, at 7:30
McKENDKEE M. E.CHURCH Massachu
setts avenue between Ninth and Tenth.
Dr. L. T. Widerraan pastor. Special evan-
?cllstic services by Rev. ProT. and Mrs.
aimer staiitnn. recently from England.
on Sabbath fand every (evening during the
week, Tnursdav ana patuniay excepien.
9:30 Mrs. Stanton will address the Sab
bath school; 11 Prot. Stanton will speak
on "Whv the World IS ot savcci: ,uiu
addresses by Pror. anil Mrs. Stantim on
"The Present Reslirrcctlon." Mrs. Stanton
will sing with harp accompaniment. Spc
clal music by chorus choir and orchestra.
THEOSOPHV Lecture on "Thcosophy
and Human Brotherhood," by Mr. George
M. Cofrin. president of the B. B. T. S., on
Sunday evening, 24th Inst., at 8 o'clk,
at Mctzerott Hall (small), entrance on F
street. Take elevator. Regular meeting on
Thursday evening, 28th inst., subject,
"1'oga." Both free, rubllc Invited.
MT. VERNON PLACE M. K. CHURCH
South, corner Ninth and K northwest- I.
W. Canter pa6tor. Preaching at 11 a. m.
by Rev. Homer Sherman; 7:30 p. m. by
Rev. v.". S Hammond; Sunday school at
9:30 a. ra.
FIFTEENTH bTREET M. E.CHURCH
Church, Fourteenth street, near R. Preach
ing 11:15 u. in. and 7:30 p. m., by pastor.
Rev. W. W. Van Aredalc. Sunday School
2:30 p. in. Epworth League 8:30 p. m.
GRACEM. E.CHURCH Corner Ninth and
S streets northwest. Rev. Walson Case,
pastor. 11 a.m. sermon by the pastor on
"Grading in Ihc Kingdom ot ChrisC 7:30
p. in. services by Rev. Isaac Clark, A. M.
or Howard University. Theme, "Without
God In the World." Thanksgiving services
next Thursdayat 11a.m. Sermon by Rev. J.
E. Gilbert, D. D. Revival services nightly.
NORTH CAPITOL M. E. CHURCH Rer.
Ciias. S . Pate, pastor. 9:30 a. m., Sunday
School; 11 a.m.. Thanksgiving sermon; 3p.
m , Juulor League; 6:30 p. m., Epworth
League; 7:30 p. m., sermou to the FB-st
Regiment Unirorm Rank Knights of
Pythias. Col. Harry Cogglns commanding.
All members of the order Invited to attend.
Grand hizar in lecture room November
18 to 29.
CH U RCH OF OUR FATHER, corner
Tnirli-entli and L streets northwest Serv
ices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 P. m.; Sunday
school. 9:45 a. m.; Young People's Union,
6:30 p. m.; Rer. A. G. Rogers. BtD pastor;
a. m.. "Lights Along the Shore;" p. rn.,
"The fourth in the present series or illus
trated sermons on the Old Tastament.
subject. "Closing Scenes to the Life or
Jacob, to the Exodus from Egypt." A
feature of this service will ihe illustra
tions ot those beautiful nyrnas. "Abide--with
Me," and 'Shall We Gather at the
River." AH seats open to tno pobHc,
WESTERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
H street, above Nineteenth. Bar. Howard
William Ennls, pastor. Brotherhood Blbla
class. 10 a.m. "Crowning Graces," ser
-i'i P- m- Responsive choral serrlc,
7:30 p. ru., memorial to the late Samuel F.
Smith. D. D.. author ot -America." Brief
sermon by the pastor. "God in America."
Chorus choir will render anthems and lead
the congregation in other compositions ot
the deaH poet. Public invited. Wednes
day, 8 p. m.. last In course of Illustrated
lectures by the pastor on "Lake Chara
J.'!a.ln',he Adirondack Wilderness and An
BubieChauu." Thursday. tl a. m., Thanks
giving service. Friday, 7:30 p, ni., prepara
tory service. Lord's Day morning, Decem-n--r
1. sacrament of the Lord's -"it.
K1LAND M. E.CUURCU.-:i6 a. ui..
Suuday-school; u a. ro.. by pastor. Rer.
S. M. Hartsock. D. D.. "Beulah Land;"
J p. ra.. praise and testimony meeting:
6:30 p. ro.. Y. P. s. C. E.r 7:30 p.
ni.. peciai revival services, conducted by
Mrs. Lizzie R. Smith, continued every night
during the week. You are Invited. Spo
cial meeting each Iay at 2:30 p. m. An
all-day meeting November 28. Thanks
MARYLAND AVENUE BAPTIST
Church., near the corLcr of Maryland ave
nue and Fourteenth street northeast
Preaching by the pastor. Rev. N. C. Naylor,
at 11 a. ra. and 7:30 p. m.; Bible school
at 9:30 a. m.; X.. P. S. C. E. at 6:30
p. ra.; teachers meet for the study or the
Sunday-scnool lesson on Thursday at
6:30p.ni.;church nraycrmeetlng Thursday
at 7:30 p. ra. All are cordially invited to
attend these services. Baptism at the
close of the Sunday evening servlro
THE BRETHREN 1'rcucius.s: ou t.uu
day. 11 a. ra.. nnd 7:30 p. m., at 316
Pennsylvania avenue southeast; Bible
school at 9:45 a. m.; song service at 7
P. m. Everybody welcome" st fi.
CENTRAL M. P. CHURCH-Twelttn and
N streets nortnwest. Preaching by the
pastor. Rer. 8. J. Smith, at 11 a. m. and
.:30 p.m. Sunday school. 9.30. C. E,
6:30 p. ni. Thanksgiving sermon. Thurs
day, 10:30 a. ni. Sunday school sodsl
EPIPHANY CHAPEL Twelfth and O
streets southwest. Rer. A. U. Htlliker.
minister in charge. Holy communion, 8:00:
Sunday school. 9:30; mornhwc service. 1 1 -00;
evening service, anniversary sermon for
Brotherhood ot St. Andrew, 7:30.
UNITARIAN CHURCH Bervlce on
Capitoj Hill at 7:30 p. m.. lo the new
and Fourth street southeast- Discourse by
Rer. Alex. Kent on "Our Father Who Art
iu Heaven." the rirst of a series on "TIm
Lord' Prayer." Mr. B. W. Beebe wtn
conduct the singing, and Mr. William Kem
ball will give a solo. All welcome.
Rer. Dr.McLean.from Boston, will lecture
free on Sunday in the ball at 707 G street
and Infidelity," at 3:30 p.m., "Hypno
tism and Crime." At 7i30 p. m., "Immor
tality of the Soul."
-Dr. McLean is a finished scholar."
All are welcome.
ANNIVERSARY SERMON The thir
tieth anniversary of the Independent Order
of Good Templars will be commemorated
In the Metropolitan M. E. Church, tomor
row evening at 7:35 p. m., by a sermon
from the pastor. Rer. Dr. Johnston. AU
the lodges will be represented and tho
commodious church will no doubt be filled.
UNITED BRETHREN IN CHRIST MEM
ORIAL CHURCH Corner R and North
Capitol streets- Rev. J. E. Fcut, pastor.
Preaching at 11 a. m.and 7:30 p. m., by
Rer. J. T. Spatgler, of Hagerstown, Md.
.Sunday School 0:30 a. ra. Junior Christian
Endeavor 3 p. ra. Y. P. S. C. E. 0:30 p.
m. Strangers welcome .
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 11
a. m. service, with sermon by Rer. Adolos
Allen, subject: "The Greatest Preacher."
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Junior C. E.
at 3 p. ni. Senior C.E. at 6:1 5 p.m.
GOOD TEMPLARS. ATTENTION The
order is Invited tn attend the services at
Metropolitan M. E. Church tomorrow even
ing at 7:30, when the pastor, Rer- Hugh
Johnston, D. I)., will deliver a sermon ta
connection with the celebration or tbs
thirtieth anniversary of the order. Meet
at 7 o'clock In the parlors. Entrance from
C street. Wear badges.
SPIRITUALISM. Metzerott Hall, every
Sunday Lyceum or Sunday-school, 10
a. m.; lecture. 1 1:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.;
Harmon I. Barrett, speaker, and Edgar
W. Emerson, will follow each lecture with
snlrit communications: last Sunday this
season ot these two eminent advocates of
FIFTH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Corner Eighth and I 6treets northeast.
Rev. A. Reech. pastor. Preaching at 11
a. m. by the pastor; evangelistic service at
7-30 p. rn.. sol" and choir singing; Sunday-school
ot 9:30 a. m.; Jr. C. E. as
3:30 p. m.; Sr. at 6:30 p. m. AU wel
come. Seats free.
"EPWORTH-!!. E. CHURCH SOUTH.
Corner 7th end A ne. Rer. J. O. Knott,
pastor. Preaching by pastor 11 a.m. nnd
7:30 p. m.: Sunday-school, 9:30 a. m.;
League. 0- to p. m. Union Thanksgiving on
28th at 11 a. ra.
THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH, 423 G street
northwest Iter. Alex. Kent, pastor, will
speak at 11:15. on "Am I My Brother's
Keeper?" Sunday-school and ethical
class at 10:15. Seats free: aU welcome-
PABTOR E. HEZ SWEM EXPLAINS A.
conundrum: "What Wosalngtonians Aro
Like a Hidden Belt?" Sonday night. 7:30
o'c. Preaching at 11 a. m.. by the pastor.
Free pews; all invited. Second Baptist
Church -auditorium. Fourth street and
Virginia avenue southeast.
6TATION CORNER OP SIXTH AND 8
In Effect November 17, 1805.
X0.30 .A.. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIU
ITED. Pulhuan Sleeping, Dining, Smote
log, and Observation Cars, Harrlsours
to Chicago, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St.
Louis, Cleveland, and Toledo. Buffet
Parlor Car to Harrlsburg.
10.30A. M, FAST LINE. Pullman
Buffet ParlorCar, to Harrlsburg. Par
lor and Dining Cars, Harrlsburg to
3.4U P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
EXPREsS-PuIunan Burnt Parlor Car
to Harrlsburg. Sleeping and Dining Cars
Harrlsburg to Bt- Louis, Cincinnati, Louis
ville, and Chicago.
7.10 P. HI. WESTERN EXPRE88.
Pullman Sleeping- Car to Chicago, and
Harrlsburg to Cleveland. Dining Car to
7.10 P. MT. SOUTH-WESTERN EX
PltESC Pullman Sleeping and Dining
Cars to St- Louis, and Sleeping Car
Harrlsburg to Cincinnati.
10.40 I. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS.
FuUinan Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
7.GO A.. M. for Kane. Canandaigna,
Rochester, aud Niagara Falls dally, ex
10,30 -A.- SX. for Elinira and Renora.
daily, except Sunday. For WiUianisporl
dally, 3.40 p. m.
T.IO JP al. r or Williainsport, Rochester,
Buffalo, and Niagara Fails daily, ex
cept Saturday, with Sleeping Car Wash
ington to Suspension Bridge, via. Buf
10.40 F.JM. for Erie, Canandaigna,
Rochester, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls
dally,! Sleeping Car Washington to El
For Philadelphia, New "York, and the
4.00T. M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIM
ITED daily. aU Parlor Cars, with Din
ing Car from Baltimore. Regular at 7.05
(pining Car), 7.20. 9.00, 10.00 (Dining
Car), and 11.00 (Dining Car from Wil
mington) a. ra., 12.45, 3.10, 4.20. 6.40,
10.00, and 11.35 p. ra. On Sunday. 7.0G
(Dining Car), 7.20, 9.00, 11.00 (Dining
Car rrom Wilmington) a.m., 12.15, 3.16,
4.20, 6.40. 10.00, and 11.35 p. m. For
Philadelphia only. Fast Express 7.50 a.
m. week-days. Express. 12.15 week-days,
2.01 and 5.40 p. m. daily. For Boston
without change, 7.50 a. m. week-days,
and 3.15 p. m. daily.
For Baltimore, 6.25. 7.05, 7.20.7.C0, 0.00,
10.00, 10.30. 11.00, and 11.60 a. ra..
12.15,12.40. 2.01,188.8.131.52 (4.00 Lim
ited). 4.20. 4.36. 6.40. 6.00, 6.40, 7.10,
10.00, 10.40. ja.15, nnd 11.35 p. m.
On Sunday, 7.05. 7.20.9.00, 9.05, lOJO.
11.00 a.m.. 12.15. 1.15.2.01.3.16,3.40
(4.00 Limited), 4.20. 5.40, 6.05. 6.40,
7.10, 10.00. 10.40rand 11.36 p. m.
For Pope's Creek Line, 7.20 a. m. a nd 4.30
n. m. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.20, 9.00 a. ra., 12.15 and
4.20 p. ra. dally, except Sunday. Bun-
lys, e.oo a. m. and 4--U p. m.
Express Tor Rlch
and Tamna. 4-10
mond, Jacksonville. , and Tampa.
a. ra.. S.4U p. tn.
dailv. Richmond and
Atlanta. 8.40 p. ra. dally. Richmond
only, io.t7 a. m. weeic-aays.
Accommodation ror Quantlco, 7.46 a. m.
daily, and. 4.25 p. m. week-days.
For Alexandria. 430. 6J6, 7.45. 8.40,
9.45, 10.57. 11.50 a. m., 12.60, 1.40,
30, 4.25. 5.00. 5.37,6.16.8.02. 10.10,
and 11.39 p.m. On Sunday al 4.30, 7.46,
9.45 a. m.. 2.46, 6.15, 8.02, and 10.10
Leave Alexandria for Washington. 6.06,
6.43, 7.05. 8.00, 9.10. 10.16. 10.28 a. m..
1.00, 2.15, 3.00, 3.23,5.00, 5.30, 6.13,
7.00. 7.20. 9.10. 10.62 and 11.08 p. m.
On Sanday at 0.43, 9.10. 108 a. m..
2.15, 5.30. 7X0, 7SO, 0.10, and 10.63
Ticket offices, comer Fifteenth and O
streets and at tho station Sixth and B
streets, where orders, can be left for the
cheekier of baggage to destination from
hotels and residences.
S.M.PREVOST. J. R. WOOD.
Gen. Manager. 8ta-Passenger Agent.
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