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THE EVENING TIMJGS, TUESDAY, JANUARY g, 1897.
ROMPERS ON TRADE UNIONS
Federation President Addresses
Central Labor Organization.
Scmi-Aunual Eleetiori of Officers.
Committees. Jluport on a Num-
ler of Snbjecth.
The setnl-aunual election of officer of
tlic Central Lrfoor Union held Inst evonlng
at Typographical Temple resulted as fol
lows r resident, Milford Spobn; vice presi
dent, W. Morse Keener; secretary, J. J.
Crowley; assistant secretary, Jarvis B.
Mouldcn; treasurer, J. D. McKay; ser
geant at-anns, William J. Whyte; auditors,
"William Silver, John Shaudloy and John
The vote for president was, Sphon, 19;
Keener, 10. Considering the short time
Mr. Keener lias been connected with the
Central Labor Union, and entering the con
test at the last moment, shows that he is
well thought of by his brother delegates.
Be is a member or Columbia Typographical
"Union, No, 101, and employed in the ad.
department of The Morning Times.
The special committee appointed some
time ago to organize the employes at the
different breweries reported that they were
meeting with much success in the work.
The last or the brewery proprietors called
on, Mr. Chr. Hcurich, stated that he had
o objection whatever to his employes
organizing, but wanted it distinctly under
btood that the men should not be coerced.
He was assured that this was not the
intention of the committee and the work
of organizing went on.
In this connection Organizer "Weber states
that he hail been requested to organize
the Papcrbnngei, Alolders, and Cabinet
makers. The trouble between the painters and
pl.-sterers' unions and the management of
the Consumers' Brewery were also dis
cussed. The committee in charge of the
matter stated that it was understood
thai two of their men weie to lmve been
put to work on last Friday, but this had
not been done. The grievance committee
will take up the matter today and call on
the directors of the company and endeavor
to adjust all difference..
i)elcgate "Weber trout the Musicians'
League reported twenty applications for
membership a the' last iitcctiHg.
Delegate Beall, from the Patnters Union.
No 170, stated that all members of his
union who were formerly arfthated with
he 1C of L. had been summarily expelled
at the last meeting of the tmioM.
At the close of the business session Mr
Samuel Gotnpers.praxcl "Hof the American
Federation of Labor, was introduced
and made a musing speech, which was
punctuated ihrougtHMtt with rounds of ap
plause Mr Oontpeis spoke clricfiy of tin power.
Influence and respect tradwmnkNMSl- were
acquiring from one end of tin? oouatry to
the other, and jtrcdk'ted if they stilt pursue
the even tenor of U4r way m tte fawn
as in the iaal they woild aoWeve great
He also paid ins respects ( uhe K. of L ,
wlio. he said, had shown by (tccir actions
that they were ot an honest labor organ
l.atton. He referred to la! visits to "Wash
ington years :. Tbea he was immfced.
Iiut he -muMcd, and now he had the
consolation of seeing t rathw-HiHonttMU firmly
planted and rteaneWMg in tin- fiekl where
once it itardly dared show its bead.
NlJWiS 1'ROM TIIK TTORC1J.
Patrolmen R. C. Yates of UHc Xlath.AiH
H G. Pratt of the Gecirgecjowii precinct are
winding up their l0 leaves.
Tlic sick Iist at several of the stations
have received I lte-e additions: No 1 , Po
liceman J. K. Sdiujler; No. 8, John J.
tVIirien and C. 1. Poses", No. 4,"W. L Har
riet, L. A. Carlm and S. K. SoWers; No. 5,
Bcrgt K.N Burgee; No 6, J T Ncwkirfc;
No. 7, Patrol Driver J. E Mooney; No. 9.
W. 11. Adams, B. McConaick ami J F. C
Nearly all Uie annual leaves or absence
chargeable to the year 1 SS6 expired before
the advent or New Year's day There are,
however, five policemen still sb-eot from
duty, completing their .yearly In Hday al
lowances. The" u leave" lists in the First,
Third, Firth, Sixth and Eighth precincts arc
blank; also that at headquarter. Tliere
are 23 patrolmen on sick report, making a
toatl or 28 absentees from duty yesterday
Heal estate sales ib one or the mi
portant matters placed in tlte hands f an
auctioneer. In order to have success
place the matter in the hands of an ex
perienced auctioneer, and that is M. B
Latimer & Co., 014 12th st. It
SIT CATI ONS "WANT ED MALI!
WANTED Will give 50 per cent or one
inoiiln's p.i lot h (Milium or any kliKl;
good efs L J , thi-.orriee. Item
WAN1 1311 Bv a coluied boy. place in
private familj ot store; willing and oblig
ing. Addles. W II J , tliis orrice. jafi-3t
v.-v.ir. mi .i i). .hi im can iitiik;inar
neil; no children. sHuatiou. 031 !' st
.1.Mi.i it, ....l 1....1I. .situation III
Btore; cood rers. Adaiess 214 F ne
WANTED Situation by ItreuiimuU cake
baker. AOdress Box 22,thiofrnv. 11
WANTED By tirsl-cliiss horseman, place;
Just troin Lynchburg, Tn. 5 Fen ton place
WANTED By white man, imrK.eper;
Al mixer; hotel, dull or --atom; itv or
country. U L. this orrice ja5:3t
WANTED An experienced typewriter
and stenographer, owning machine, would
like a nosHlcii in an oirice as clerk, or
work of any kind; can give best rels.
Address MISS W.. 810 11 st. ne Ja3-3t
WANTED By" a Janitor, the care of
a building or house. Address 228 Mass.
avc ne. ja3-3t
WANTED By expert stenographer, type
writer, or rie yours' expeitence. possess
Jug own machine, position as private sec
retatj or stenographer. J. C. K.. this
WANTED -To buy a small house in
South Washington Tor cash. GUSUOEr
HhNMNG. 13n6 4 12 St. sw ja4-lv
r, iiae 5 uuuiutr or applicants for
nouses renttng Troin $20 to f36 per month;
fiend us description or your vacant house,
and you will be surprised how quick we wilt
rent it. TIMES ItLAL ESTATE Bl'REAU
l'OH SALE KAitMS.
FOR BALE Small farm, 0 uiles fiotn
Congress Helglits. Inquire At II st nw It
FOR SALE Several bmall farms 20
miles from Washington on Alexandria and
k rederlcksburg it. It.; 5-roout house and
out buildings; in good condition. Inquire
r J. M. SPRINOMAN, Springman, Va.
FOR RENT SUBURBAN.
FOR ReJT 510; 5-room house and 20
acres, iu miles from city, on 7th st. road;
in good condition. Address 13. T. F.,
tliis office. Ja3-3t
FOR SALE BICYCLES.
FOR BALE .Capital bicycle in nrst-class
order; $30. 508 13th st. uw. It-cm
AVA NTKiy l'USJTAG aA311,g.
wanted For cash, an kinds of old
United states postage and department
stamps: collections also bought, H. P.
DliMiHOUBT, 1008 7th Bt. nw. se-tr
i " i ' . ..
FOR SAJLE APPLES.
51.26 BARREL for fine 3ew YorkBald
irln Apples, delivered free. Send postal to
JE.B.CROSBY.410 6th st.hw. Lastchauce.
WANTED :t good men, at once. Apply
net. 5 and 7 p. in., or by a a. rn.
t. a invi-.s ssi s o kt. nw. It-em
.. ...... r .inn itHi i.. Address.
stating wages and experience, CLERK,
tins office. jao-UL
-.,. i K . K..nr .-M-.w.r.ti iti-itir nhnut, 4Aii.
as houseman; private family; reft, required.
ftl.1 1?lMi wt. IIW. It
u'an'ii.ii Aii exneiieiicuu driver lor
lin.Hrl w:i-mi 809 titll St. SW. It
i. . 'i-i. -.tmwkt.fir w ii.. tiiifii.r: uit
first class wlilte coachman. G14 13th st.
. . . a. i.i..li.r m.nt itlllf. ?1 ll.Kll!r)tl(l
hand and quiet wi.u the pen to assist in
transferring accounts; give refs. and sal
ar expecied- Adilies.su 1. X.,thisorrice.
WAftlKli Colored boy to help on lairy
rami- Address Mrs. ROBINSON, Bright-
wood. D. U. ic
H .!. i r.u -ruiteiiiuuge l, uliueisiailding
HoW ering. a&-lt4 l-2s" It
u,-! i i.n- -ii r.iii'1-m.-tio wince IxiV. With
nicyoie.io ie"ni the trmle- Apply to C. A.
MAIIORNEY, engraver and Jeweler, 100G
F st- nw. 1 1
WAMhl)-A man or youth to introduce
a new watch; selling them rrom house to
hoiive; a dillnr a day can be made with
a DOc. investment. AMERICA WATCH
CO., 1121 7th st. nw. -aihai.
WANTED Two men or good address, to
solicit advertisements for Doings or In
auguration Day. Ad ertisements easily se
cured. Liuci.il commission. Apply between
.uid eerv evening this week to J. r.
"VAI'UHAN", Emrlch's IS it. 0. Hotel.
WAN'liill iV j-oung man tcoiored) Uj
work iu bicycle store; must come well
recoiiiiiitiiueu. 003 J-. st. nw. Ja4-Jt em
WANTED -2 nuislicrs on Tine pants. Ap
ply at once; steady i oi k. 1 109 7th st. n w.
e t rri. ihhv miiifi to trnei; un-
derst.inus packing wardrobe, dressing hair.
Applj at 14 i ltn at. at once. It-cm
ivm'i i it a w inr. f in tn on wnstimir.
iroiii'nir and cooking in a lntntly orthree.at
003 Q st. nw.
WANTED A young lady between nine
teen and twentx three, as assistant book
kecper and for general cfitce Work. Ad
dress, giving experience and balary de
sired, A. R . tins orrice. It
WANTED In a private family of three
adults, i good white girl Tot general house
work, ids. required. Call at 90S '20th st.
WAM'l.u-competent wiute took, also
an experienced waitress. 014 l.ith sU
WA.NTl.ii rirst-class colored cook, also
a chambermaid and waitress. 014 13th
st. nw. it
W a NTkii- Willie "viierui liouseworker;
pnvaio iatitily, no washing. 014 13th st.
AAIN'lfc ii colored general houework
er; siiwll family. G14 13th r,t. nw It
AMi.li-Four white hotel chamber-,-M-
- tw-n.Mean-rs. G14 13tlist.nw. It
rt i r.n omen canvassers Tor pic
tures Addicts AKUiST, Anacostta, D. t.
WATED A good colored gtritohelpw-ith
gwieral housework; good home lor right
party; must stay nights. 124 11th st, se.
WANTED Strong, intelligent, and will
mg white girl, to assist in taking care or
sick lad, and housework genera llj. Ap
ply, from 10 to 11 o'clock on Tuesday, at
hi 3 6th .r.iie. It
1- .TM.M A vnntur i-rilf ir.l Wnillllll .Or
general iiousewiiik; must have reference,
inquire at 12 E st.nw. . It
.-..!. - i-sjc-irators. rtiiimvss
ll. K . this orrn-e ja4-3t
WANTED At once, a good milliner;
wri. ii ii)i.ir l5o.v 1, mis olllee
WAATi.n-A rellutile woman to oo gen
eral i-oiwwork in small ramily; rer 712
,-ttli st hw ja4-3t-em
" WAlvFKD a settled woman to cook,
wash and imn lor snail ramily. Apply,
with refs., at 1333 15th st. nw., belore
: a. in or alter p in jni-K.cm
AiMJii -V while womun ror general
iiouMework. washing and ironing; stay
utgntK. .iiiv ni'i iil iic- ii. j--v--tii
...-. wij. i,' r- rr . in
Wi vtr.u: ;.. -r . .., .....,,., i. .-,,,., ..lo
ll.l.lli.ll V.Wb, lf l-(Hilii' imuiuo,
ourje, geueial Louseworl;er, god lmes.
411 O st ja4-3t
WANTED A colortHl girl. Tor general
housework, and avvit with iuildrnn;
witli ief. stev at nights. 1319 7th st.
WANTED -Thirteen neat, honest hou-,e-workeis;
eood liomes. 300 U st. nw.
WANTED A good girl oi woman, white
or colored, to do general housework. Ad
ds cms. slating wages and rers., O. K.. this
WANTED Saleslady tor milliti tv, must
be tlmroughlv experienced. A FISHER,
720 7th st. nw. Ja3-3t
WANTED Lady, not too joung, in our
new journal department, salary, 8
weekl.. ladv required. Apply Monday,
10 a in , FIN LEY & CO., COO F ft nw.,
take elevator Ja3-3t
WANTED A reliable and actie Oung
vnii.iin Tnr f muvrvu rk. tirimr referenct. 15
5iUi st se., near K Cajittol St. ja3-3t
IIEL1' WANTKIl lALE AND
IF vmi want good servants go to D. V.
LADIES' EXCHANGE, Room 4, 631 F
st. nw. jaP-3t,cin
W.-ia'J lA) -.Man and wire ror larm.
ply 1718 1 2 lUtn st. nw
WANTED-McnanU women out ot em
ployment and willing to work can learn
or a permanent situation at good wages, by
writing at once to F. V. H. Box 283,
Augusta . Maine. del0-tu,th,sn.su-17t
SILVER and gold have 1 none; but I
select the best hell) in the city. MRS.
MOORE, 306 G st. nw.
w t v i i ii 4i i it tntrlli"etlie Office.
tooks, general housewoikers, waiters,
urn i s, laiitidiesses, nursi s, chambirma ids,
iM.s. plates furnished till suited. Estab
lished 1885. SHACKELFORD'S, 427
11 til st n W ja2-7t
WANTED-Menand women outof em
ployment jnd willing to work can learn
ora permanentsituaUonat good wages, by
writing at once to 1. V. H., Box 283,
SITl'A IIONS WASTED-FEMALE.
WANTED A girl wants place as chain
oermnxl or general liousework. Call 1158
1 5th st. nw. 1 t-eni
A.Ni Lti liv a colored girl, house
worK.go home nights. Apply 131 N. J
avc. nw Jt-em
WA.TLD-By bouthern wcnmii, colored,
place aseauistrevt.inaid or nurse. Address
SEAMSTRESS. 1 129 23d st. ja5-3t-em
wAMfcD A place in ofrtce or wash
ing, yonti L st. nw ja5-3i-em
WANTED First-class washing, at
home or out. AIR. JOAES, rear 193b 12th
st. u w. It
WANTED By respectable colored wo
man, washtngtodo at home: honest and re
liable; lers. Address 408 Washington st.
WANTED By young German wjman,
with babv, place as gereral liouseW'irker.
Call at 823 25th st. nw., MRS. BITTNER
WANTED By lady with 9 years' ex
perience, 7 on patent work, io write rrom
dictation on typewriter, and do general
oiricework. SMALL SALARY, this offiie.
WANTED Colored woman wants gen
er.il housework: stay nights; reference.
Address WORKER, this orrice. It
WANTED General housework, by col
red girl: re f. given. 703 6th st.nw. It
WAN lt,oBY a respect lble colored
woman, laundry to lake home; ; asonable
terms. No 450 Ridge st uw. It
V' A V-l I. Ii U'.i.iin. lit ri nt liiiliia nr
work bv tlic da v. Address H. U,80
J4th st.'nw. It
"tVaft'i &u oy cuinpeitiit ure.sssitwKer,
dresseiMir sewing of any kind, it the house.
1331 4 1-2 st sw. Jao-3t
WAN'lED uy a respectable colored
woman, place for general housework in
small famllv; stay nights; rer. At 02,
Flat 2, Fierce st. nw. it
WANTLD A place by chambermaid;
washing or nurse. Call 1747 Oreg. ave
WANTED lly a respectable, honest col
ored girl. a place as chambermaid, nurseor
general housework In private family; will
ing and obliging. Call or address 1632
4th st. nw. ja4-3t-em
WANTED By settled colored woman,
place to cook and do general housework.
428 0 1-2 st. sw. Ja4-3t,em
WANTED By colored girl, place as cook
or chambermaid. 922 4th st. nw. It, em
WANTED Wasturigand ironing at home
or by the day; $2. wilder place, bet. Vt.
and 13th and ai anu sis. ja4-3t-em
tUMtUrjiy wofri4n; general house-
work; nrsvclass city rer. 1702 1-2 10th
st. nw. ja4-ac
RELIABLE Servants rurfiildirtU !tok: ft'hd
postul. CAPITAL BUHEAU. 441 0 st.
"WANTED By a colored girl, placo to
do general housework in small rami I Jr.
Avoir 2128 Virginia ave. uw- Ja3-3t
LOST Note ot 5)76, due January J,
niaue by A. uiiss; paymciitstopped. F least
returu to THE OHIO NATIONAL BANK,
lrii nnit CI Rt.H. nw. i
. ttt; ...... . i.-' iiTi,.i!ii iiivihinu
containing S5 0; name of departnu-iit
stamped on envelope, with name or owner.
Reward. 800 18th st. nw. . Np,questions
asked. ' Ja5-3t
L,vaiA lauies waicit cuuiu ntcKiutt.
Reward if returned to 050 Mass. uve. ne.,
Ii.it- i: ntirt o 111 -Ll'
. .. ....... ..t rr.Mii i l r. i.nrroll
si. se , on Saturday moining, a thoiough
bred hugllsh rox hound gyp, marked with
white and tan; liberal rewaru U re
ct 0.....111.. nfiitmnnii fnv li-irier
gyp; lemon ami white. Reward if re
turned to 41 o 1-2 8th st. sw. ja l-Jt
T Vnviorrlarnm- iKIIl.in illll VllltC.
reward tr returned to lots 0th st. nw
i ot a r-nff imtton. with W. D. N.
engraved on it; size of a quarter A
liberal reward if returned to 130 4 6tli
st. sw. Ja.i-Jc
T.tistT on i((netnir 10. lbUti. near Olh
st. passenger station, a small package
(wooden box) containing two large emer
alds and five pearls; all unmounted; a very
liberal lcward will be paid for any infor
mation that will lend to tlieir recovery.
M'DEVITT'S DETECTIVE AGENCY, 637
F st. nw. Janl-7t
w o i a in n- I..C.4- ft-fitti fhi oflltrl.'ll at'
rice of tnis paper, an old hymn book called
the"Lyrc,"with one Iearotr; anyone that
has the same please return to this orrice.
FOR SALE A complete cigar store,
doing a safe business; owner must sell to
leave city; a ourgam ui suum one. ii"j
to C. F. 1 ODER. 01 u E st nw. jn5-3t-ein
Koit a.iL.1 ant lo sen out store and
store fixture" cheap; the reason, I want
to go out or business. Call 1901 12th
st. u w. It-cm
FOR RENT A giocery and meatsiore.
Apply to 1 354 Md uve. ne. Jau-3Uin
WILL sell, at a banrain. lo-room board
ing and rooming house, newly Tur.; 2 n oms
pay rent and gas: business established;
verv near B. & F. depot. Pa. ave. , 7th st.
and city hall. Addicss N. K., this orrice.
A'ijii Colored nartuer in dining
ihimiics; Mass ave., ft2o. Address W. W.,
this orrice. It
a in i iMt tt...n m.i si iiiint.it -rnrerv
store is olfered for sale on .I'-oount of
owner leaving the citv; Mie best i(.catiou
in the District to make money on small
capital. Call 210 3d st. nw .lafl-3t
S7 TO SKt a cay easily made; SloO
will buv x-rav npjiaiatus mil fluofiKCope,
btiituble for "'.liit)ition purposes or Jalxir
atorv work: no experience lequired. Call
at 1817 9th st. nw. jaii-3t
$10,000 vr exchange for real estate
exclusive control or a business opportunity
that will vield handsome profits and hear
close investigation. BUSINESS KX
CHANuhJ, 918 1". Ja3-3t
WANTED For cash buyeis. groceries,
saloms, ninth rooms, cigar stores, oal
vanls, drug stores, milk routes, barber
si ops. livery stables, etc. BUSINESS EX
CHANGE, 918 F st. Ja3-3t
TOR SALE Saloon, nw., at unentorj,
9 looms and stable, lent, 05; owner leav
ing city, dailj sales, aLout Jflb; Sctur
davs, 560. BU'SINEHS EXCHANGE, 918
F "st. Ja3-3t
lOU SALE 23 milk tows, 5 hotses,
rarm implements, Jot or ltcd, etc., pi Ice,
51,200; part ash, balance payable in milk:
or exchange Tor real estate BUSINESS
EXCHANGE, 9 li' F st. Ja3-3t
WALL PAPERS We are papering rooms
during this season at great reduction; be
low our popular price CHARLES N.
EVANS, 222 13th St. sw 3anl-7t
LADIES desfiiig to make investments
or speculate without publicity; where there
is protection rrom absolute loss; can se
cure the address or a lady broker by ad
dressing F. O Dox 472 dt-10-30t
l'viuiiLa having intiuencc in the dir
fcrc nl departments can secure an income or
at least sCU per month, without inter
renug with their present duties. Particu
lars given mil v at a personal interview. 59
Atlantic Untitling, ornceopen until 8pm
juu PRlNTlNcj, uewopuper and book
composition ill low est cash rates; new ma
terial. KUBT F SI ALMS, Job Printer.
305 7th st. sw no20-tr
M. B. LATIMER & CO.
Auctioneers, 61 1 Twelfth street.
Regular sale Wednesday (tomorrow )
Eerything m houtekeeping line Send in
jo.ir goods rr " cuisesdaj ,a5-2t
M. B. L.AT13IER & CO.,
Auctioneers, 611 Twelfth Street.
Entire stock or grocenes removed to our
auction rooms Tor convenience' or sale, em
bracing everything in the grocery line
Teas, Coffees, Sugars, Canned Goods, Con
diluents. Large Assortment or Toilet and
Laundry Soaps, Vinegar, Molasses, etc, etc.
To be sold at public auction at our auction
rooms, tomorrow (Wednesday) morning,
January 6, 1S97, at 10 o clock. ja5-3t,em
Xnt eda. corree urn and milk can
suitaole lor luncn room. COrFl-.r. URN,
this onice. Ja5-3t-em
WAiMLlI A mceilgULOJieu lunu bi
goinl condition-, must oe cheap. Address,
giving condition, style and price, OPEN
wacov. tins orrice. it
w.i mm'ii irr.ixt M't or iTeht simile
buggv liatness; must be in good conditl m
and cheap fir cash; state price. K. O .this
on ice. ll
.ri.s. 1 fan urocery ousitiess nouse, store
and stable: in nw. only; give full particu
lars by letter, as 1 mean business. Uox
34, Kensington, Md. JaG-7t
AVI ED Dining-room license; must
he cheap; license ending Nov., 0i. Ad
dress C i., mis on ice.
Ar l.li A iaiie.-Jln; UUIU'O UUbOII,
muse be in good order. Address WAGON,
thi orrice. Price and where it can t e
AiN'iiiD Roller-top orrice desk; about
four feet six; in good condition; eak. Ad-dres-,
ROLLER TOP, tins orrice. ja-l-3t
WANTED Second-hand show window;
send price. II. SANDS, tfc0 Fla. avc.
ROOFlNti, gutterlug and spouting, W.
11. G. SIMMONS, 018 K st nw. no3-tt
it lut want uroi-iiasa rurnace, latrobe,
stove and r.inse work uone go to V. 11 G
SIMMONS, 018 K St. 11W no3-U
WANTED Dressmaking; cheap and per
foot satisfaction guaranteed in fitting and
prices. At 227 li st. ne. se23-tf
FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A bargain to immediate pur
chaser, a 7-octave Chickeriug I'ianu, in
riis-t-clas-s couiiition; cm be seen at 21S
. st.iiw.beforcllorafterO. Ja5-3t-eui
pun kii.K rii,.fin. ii smnll. seennd-
. . .. t-.OnV'T! n nK 'Jt .....
liunu saie. iijpii coo ii in-. jou-oi-viii
FOR S A LE 00-gallon oil can, 5,50;
lo-gallon oilcan, 5uc 1711 7th st nw.
FOR sale All the U. S. Government
Pupilcitions at lowest prices. HAYDEN'S
BOOK STORE. 1212 Fst. nw. Ja5-7tem
FOR SALE Cheap, good paying oyster
and lunch house, reason Toi selling, poor
health. Apply at 1131 Ti.li st. nw. ja5-3t
FOR SALE Base-burner pariur stove:
also about 100 reel iron rente. C S. KEN
FIELD, 1410 N. Y. ave. ja5-3t
FOR SALE Perfectly sound 7-year-old
mare; city broke; good Oliver and saddler.
. D.hls office Ja5-3t
FOR SALE Pliotograph inr; c'an be
used for business or dwelling; in three de
pat tments; moved without expense; bar
gain to one owning lot; or partner in busi
ness. Address CAR, this ufricc. iaE-3t
FOR SALE Marble-lop counter; 26
feet long, for lunchroom; in first-class con
dition. Can beseenat44 ll st.nw. ja5-ot
J? OR SALR-A good, sound work horse.
623 23d st. nw. ja4-6tem
-FOR SALE Pigeons or all kfiidsTopen
nights and Sundays; pigeons furnished
shoots. 709 L st. se. Ja3-3t
FOR SALE Fine English gteyhound,
year old; male; cheap. 3208 Q st. ja3-3t
FOR SALE A new 0O Dtmcst'c sew
ing machine, with Till attachments and
latest improvements: will sell, with its
five vears' guarantee, at hair nnce before
J leaving city. Address A. T. S., this of-
j run SALh. OR HlUL Horses, wagons,
ouggies, carriages, Harness anu sieigns at
panic prices; also 3 coupe rockaways, 2
coupes,- broughams, 1 tandem, lot sleighs,
belonging to other parties, that we are or
dered to sell at once; no reasonable or rer
rerused. 927 D st. nw. "Phono 261.
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE Two large lots in center
of "Woodside Park, below cost. C. H. S.,
2612 Fa. ave. nw. Ja5-7t
FOR SALE 2 lots at Columbia Park,
$50 cash, lnqulro at Mo. 60S Tcnn, avc.
FOtt RUNT BOOMS.
FOR RENT Second-story rront room,
heat, gas, witn besctaoie ooard; 5. U..J
Utb st. nw. jao-Jtcin
i.'mf nkj.T siiii'lii rrnnt rniiii tn eetltle-
man, with board-4211 3d nw. Jno-iU-eni
""FOR RENT 1347 Corcoran st. nw., t wo
cosy, conuortable. adjoining, furnished
rooms: uigetiiier r sepura,e: wed neated;
iigni a'ld untn. private ramily; convenient
location; low rent. it
l'OK RLrtT Nice, origin, .su-jiory rront
rooms; uniuiiustied; iieau and Hunt; Sa per
month: call after 3 p.m. G16 2dstne. It
FOR RENT First rioor, two hand
somely rurnishcd rooms; communicating;
suitable Tor ofric and bedroom; lieat and
gas. 1204 Est, nw. 16
mu iik.tii or 3 latfeirur. rooms;
fully complied ior light housekeeping.
Apply 116 Dst. nw. ,iG-3t
sine ici.rs uniur.. one Mont loom, Ud
Dlnrv IX E nw. S3.D0., It
run iicivj. o .uiiii.i.jinvn,.fc .."
on seiond floor, for housekueplng, w ith hot
and cold water; bath adUdlning; rent rea
sanable. 1700 loth Jt. nw. ja5-3t
FOR RENT Second rioorr 3 i joins, un
furnished; 2 closets; hot water; hath; heat
in 2 rooms; hair block from .;ars; south
front; light housekeeping. OW'VEtt, 629 T
st. nw. . . ja&-3t
s-s.ik ntnt r ... nAmmiitiirt it-f irr dirrQ
t ok Kr.NT . uniur. rOoins, Jd noor, ior
aght housekeeping. 923 L st. nw.
i-OR KENT 3 unturnistied rooms .it
1210 7th st. nw , tor ? a month. In
tpilre at 1134 7th st. nw. -.,.., Ja4-3tein
S'lllt IIKNT 1 lir.lt hoiisek-i'i'iiliii'. 11 tllLIKl-
sotnely rurnlshed back "iiarior, a small
room, $15; two rooms on nurd noor. tiont,
nicely rurnished, hot and cold water on
the rioor, S15; F st. cars pass the door
120 C st. n w , Ja4-3t
For nvi 808 bin st. uw.; ntce.com
foilable rurnlshed rooms; wtli or without
board; transients accommcdrtted. ja4-3t
Foil RKNT Nlcelv rurnlshed rooms.
with board; S18 and S20; table board
$15. 323 East Capitol St. ja3-3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms ror house
keeping: second rioor. 1033 L st. nw.
FOR RENT Two large rooms; one suit
able ror orrice; rates moderate. 620 E
!...-. . i .... . nu Miri ituvir;! 1 il i
and nicely rurnished, 2d and 3rd storj
io iiis convenient to hotels and cable cars.
ioit RENT Three ulcely-unrur. rooms
on 2d floor; price, S9.G0; batli and closets.
20t2 hth st.jiw. ja3-3t
FORRENT Front and back single "or
communicating rooms, furnished, lieat aud
gas. 237 Pa. ave. nw. jaa-ac
i.'TTiJ iTi'vi' Tivii niei'lv riirnKlied front
rooms; also oiickToom; heat, gas and bath.
Ill 0 11 st, nw. Ja3-3t
FOR RENT Pleasant rront rooms and
good board, at 128 II st. ne. MRS. DU
AL! RS. Ja3-3t
FOR RENT Two rooms on parlor rioor;
suitable for doctor, dentist, real estate or
lawyer s office: good locality; opposite Pen
sion Ofrice. 62 1 5th st. nw Ja3-3t
i.'i nr iii'Vi fimriiriiioli. romii with iill
conveniences at No. 610 3d st. nw.
Vntf iii'kt Two rotiiimiiilcaiinir rur.
rooms. 2d rioor; heat and gas; i15 per
month, rront room uu 2d rioor, $10 708
1 n st nw Ja3-3t
FOR" RENT 20lTInd. ave nw , 2 nicely
lur rooms; $5 n, ;7f v.ltn ,,r runout
"T'ORlfENT Light housekeeping, all ron
venleiiccs: rurnished complete, second riiKir;
private ramily. 524 Uth st. sw. Ja3-3t
tun Ufc.ii 1 7io D su nw , rurnlshed
ioims.a m.i ja3-3t
FOR RENT A room, rurnlshed or un
riirnlshed, overlooking R St.. two large
windows. 20 Qulncy st. ne Jal-7t
FOR KENT-1014 10th st. nw , nicely
rurnished rooms, with rurnace heal.
FOR RENT 11AL1.
" FOIt RENT ClieapTarge hall, 100x20;
$10 per month. 025 La. ave. Ja3-3t
"WASTE I) By voung couple, three un
furnished looms for light housekeeping, on
Capitol Hill, witli owner prelerred. Ad
iiroc pahII this nrfire. It
w -i i-.ii j. niiiiiis rur.. for llcht house
keeping ror ramily or 3 adults; nice loca
tion and moderate rent. Address REGIS,
this office jn3-3t-em
A.N 1 ED HOARDERS.
WANTED SK tabie boarders, low rnte3;
good homo cooking. 024 5th St. inv.ws
posite Pension Office. Ja.l-3t
HOOMS AND BOARD.
ROOA1 and board. S3.50 a week, boys,
S2.75.no other boarders 1711 12 lli
Ct. 11 w: ' Jao-3t-em
A CHANCE FOR A (7CJOT) liOllh
Apply nt 012 Fiftecntli st., ilo
IMicion sttuare; uiosv aesl ruble part
of trie city; fcccond mid tlilrd floors,
single or en s.ulte; tnble aud 41II a
poiultneiits rirt clnss i no2U-tI
HAVE your upholstering, tu.ittress mak
ing done at your home; nrst-cl:ias work;
diop postal. H.R.RIESLBEuG.ljdi -"
st nw. Ja-.tem
MKii. .1 K jiiaiiiK, irom 1'nlWjelplita,
chiropodist. Corns, hunionsahd ingrowing
nails removed without pain., cliarges rea
Minatile. 20 11th st nw jn5--lt
,. 1 t .. .v. j ? 1 h k 1 .11 iinirv .tlul C'dttl-
ohc books, removed to 12 th st. nw.
THE following officers were elected Tor
the ensuing ear at Adas israei n
agogue Oppenheimer, president; L. LeM.
vice president; S Friedman, treasurer: G.
Oppenheimer, recording secretary; George
Levi, financial secretary; trustees, to Hart
gansas. Julius Cohen. L. Rosenan. janitor
WANTED A coffee urn aud inilkcans for
urn... iii'iiii.c.iea.iioi cisit cot FEcERN.
this orrice it
U a. 11.0 Tne address or a person who
a.is roar or five horse sand carw they would
llketo put to work Address O. Ii. K..,thls
ai.i. l.-ivi.s. nr niL'p. .inn iiis naked
to order on short notice, crullers u sju.'-ci-'ilty:
delivered rrcsh dad.- MRS. S.
A. JOYCE, 224 North Capitol st.
SIGNS, &IUNS I paini tnein cheap.
CHARLES S. WILLIS, 70S 10th st. nw.
FURNITURE moved; SI a load; drop
postal, ROLLINS' EXPRESS, 434 13th
st. se. J"3-7t
A1A&&AGE vapor uatn: magnetic and
electric treatment; competent lady assis
tant. 702 Uth st. nw !e31-.t
w fc. AT it Lit ai. Kit's ior aoors and win-
iiows; urop us postal. utAftuo w ,
"IIHI U SI. 11U. uil-"
CHEAPEST printer on earth. Compe
jwtition defied. l'ARK, 920 F st.
HERE'S A TIP -For thirty days I Wilt
bind jour magazines in cloth ror 50c .Just
to advertise my work; business cards, 5c.
per 1,000. G. E. WILLIAMS. 615 7th st.
WANTED -Furniture moved; largest -horse
load In the city, $2.50; 1 -horse loads,
SI. 25; pianos. 52; experienced handlers.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO., 323 4si
st. nw. 'Phone. 1566. noli-tf
rv i'humji'i'I'px firrMiirs niiKh husinets:
S2.50 per $1,000 up. ZEIGLER, printer,
816 F st. nw. oc25-tf
ii.ni.-a.il . .-...... I r.... vlTlllKll.ttKI.
VERSITY DENTAL INFIRMARY, 1328
I st. nw. Teeth filled, plates made, and all
kinds or crown aud bridge work at small
i4t,irge to covercostorni.uerial. No charge
for examination. Infirmary open from 10
a. m. to 5 p. m. aul8-tf
UOWAIIDUNIVERSITY Washington, D.
C, Dec. 26, 1896. Sealed proposals will
lie received by tim undersigned until noon,
January 14, 1897, ror furnishing tne
libraries of Howard University wiWj books.
1 he right to rejecr any or ail oidsToV pans
or bids is reserved. Proposals to be in
dorsed "Books Tor Library." and addressed
to The President, Howard University. List
of books will be furnished on application
to the undersigned.
J. B. JOHNSON-, Treasurer,
de-U and Jan 5.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office of
the Superviainur Aremtecx, w.isiinigioii, D.
C, December 30. 1896.-Se.tled proposals
will be received at this office until 2 oxlock
p. in., onthe2ithdityor JANUARY, 1897.
and opened immediately thereafter, ror all
the labor and materials required ror the
plumbing and gas piping ror the U. S Post
orfico building at Washington, D. C.f in
accordance with thedrawingsandspecinca
tion. copies of which may oe had at tliii
office or the office of the superintendent
at Washington, D. 0. JEacU bid must he
accompanied by a certified, check ior a
sum not less than 2 per ceht or the amount
or the proposal The right 'is 'reserved to
reject any or all bids andito waive any
detect or informality in any.bld, should it
bo deemed In the interest of the govern
ment to do so. All bids received after
the time stated for opening wJU be returned
to the bidders. WM. JIARTIN ATKEN,
Supervising Architect. L ujal-eod-Gt
OFFICE of the Mutual Fire Insurance
company, or the Distrlctorcoiumoia.
THE 18TII INSTANT, at the oKlceof the
company, comer of Pennsylvania avenue
nnd Ninth street 1101 th west, commencing at
9o clock a. m.
Uy the charter or the company the election
otseven malingers, to conduct the arrulrs of
thd company, Is required to be held at the
By the sixth artlclo or the by-laws or the
company I lis provided: At tlieannual meet
ing or the company the first business in or
der shall be the appointment of a chairman,
who shall conduct the meeting and election
in accordance with the ace or incorporation,
between the hours or 9 o'clock a. m. and
6 o clock y. in.
Amount of premium notes
held by thecompany $2,555,042 00
Amount or cash oil hand .... 5,698 66
Real estate 70,00000
orrice rurnlture and fixtures. 500 00
Losses by- rire Tor the year
1 896 adjustedand paid 6,70 1 4
The annual statement will be ready ror
distribution at the orrice of the company
about January 11th Instant.
iiv order ot the board of managers.
Item SAMUEL C. WILSON, faccrefiry.
WILL parties who picked up alligator
IKHKeiUOOK III iivuiicill) iimii wiiiii itm...
same to 713 7th st. nw , and receive re
ward? 1 "
1MII miiiitil nuMifinc nf Ml- fctnfktlOld-
ers of the Georgetown ami lenleytowu
Railway Company, Tor the election ot nine
director's, to serve ror the ensuing year,
will be held at the ofrice or the company,
1417 G street northwest, Washington, D.
C, on Wednesday, the 13th day or Jan
uary, 1897, at 12 o'clock in.
UK. lltvinu C. KOaL nas remuieu un
orrice to the Gramercy, 825 Vt. ati'.,op
iMjMle the Arlington. Jao-dt
... . .. . 'i-m niiniuil nii'eiinir
or the stockholders or the Uelt Railway
Companj Tor the election or seven directors
to serve Tor theVnsulng year will lie held
at the company's orrice, 13th and 0 sts.
ne., Washington. D. C, on Saturday, Jan
uary 9, 1897. between the hours or 12
in.and2 p.m. D M.NEWBOL.U, President.
'1 UK ANNI'AI. MKKTING ft the StOCk-
holilcrs or tlic Capital Trust Company, Tor
the election or a hoard or twelve directors
ror the ensuing year, will be held at the
company k orrice. No. Ill 80.1th Fairfax
street, Alexandria, Va., Wednesday, Jan
uary 13, 1897; polls open at 2 p. in , and
close at 3 p. in,; books Tof transfer of
slock close January 8, and remain closed
until January 13,lnciusivc;tf you are unable
to attend this meeting, please execute and
return pioxy Verj res., HENRY K.
THE ANNUAL meeting or ihc stock
holders or the Eckington and Soldiers
Home Railway Company, tor the election
or nine directors, to serve tor the ensuing
year, will be held at the orrice of the
company, 13th and D sts. ne., Washington,
1). C . on Wednesday, January 13, 1897,
between the hours of 12 noon and 2
o'clock p.m. D M.NEWBOLD, President.
FOIt SALE UJUHSES.
iioiisKS FOIt HALE Ofrice of the
Public Printer, Washington, D. C, Dec
29, 1896 Sealed proposals will be received
at this office until 10 o'clock a. tn., of
SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1897, for the
purchase or tne rollowing-de.scribed horses:
Otie (1) bay Horse (George): One (1)
black Horse (Prince): One (1) bay Mare
1 Fanny): One (ll roan Horse (Rock); One
il) bay Uorse (Mouse). Time horses may
be seen and examined by applying to the
Superintendent of th" Government Print
ing orrice Stables. Each horse must be
bid tor separately. The right to reject any
or all bids. If considered ror the best
iuterests or the Go eminent, is reserved.
Proixisnlsinust beindorscdon the envelope
'Proposals ror Horses." and addressed to
the Public Printer. TH E BENEDICT,
Public Printer. de30,ja5
"ViiM Mi A KtioaTouus norse.must be
cutle aud sound; a!-o good buggy; must
tie a bargain
Should be lead daily by all interested,
as changes may occur at anytime.
Foreign mails for the week ending
January 9, 18t7, close promptly at this
orrice as rollows:
Trun s-Atl nn tic Mails.
TUESDAY b) At 9 20 p. in., for Eu
lope, per s. s. bt Louis. rrom Nevv lork,
via Southampton c)At 10 55 p. m .ror
Europe, per s. s Britannic." from New
lork. via Queenstown (c)Atl0 05 p. m ,
tor Belgium direct, per s. s. ester.iland,
riom New York, via Antwerp. Letters
must he dliected "per Westertila'iil."
FRIDAY (blAt 7 20 p. m. ror France.
Switzerland. Italy. Spain, Portugal. Tur
key. Egvpt and British India, per s. s. La
NormJiidie. rrom New York, via Havre.
Letteis ror other parts or Europe must be
directed "per La Normundie." (b)At 9 20
p. m. tor-Europe, per s s Auranla. from
New Yolk, via Queenstown. (c'At 10 55
p. m Tor Geno.i. per s s Kaiser Wilhelm
II. from New Y'ork. Letters must be di
rected "per Kaiser Wilhelm II." (i)At
10 55 p. m. for Netherlands direct, per s s.
Obdam, from New York, via Rotterdam.
Letters must be directed "per Obdam."
(cJAt 10 55 p. in. Tor Scotland direct, per
s. s. Furnessln.rrom New York, via Glasgow
Letters must be directed "per Furnessia."
(c)AtlO 55p.m for Norway direct, per s s.
Island, from New York. Letters must be
directed "per Island."
"PRINTED MATTER, ETC. TheGerman
steamers saihng from New York 011 Tues
days, Tlinrsdus and Saturdays take print
ed "matter, etc.", for Germany, and specially
addressed printed matter, eta, for other
parts of Europe.
White Star steamers sailing frori New
York on Wednesdays take specially ad
dressed printed matter, etc.. for Europe."
American Cunard and French Line steam
ers sailing from New- York take printed
matter, etc,. Tor all countries ror which
thev are advertised to carry mail.
Mails for South nnd Central Atner
icn. West Indiet Etc.
TUESDAY (d)At 6:25 a. 111. ror Port
Antonio ier steamer Troin Baltimore. (c)At
10.05 p. tn tor Costa Rica per steamer
rrom New Orleans. (c)At H:55 p. m. tor
Venezuela and Curacao, also SavanilJa
and Carthagena via Curacao per s. s.
Caracas rrom New York.
WLDNLSDA v leiAt 10 55 p. in., tor
St. Thomas, St Croix, Leeward and
windward islands. .Martinique and Bar
Dados, per s. s. Fontabelle, trnm New
FRIDAY (OAt 10.55 p. m . for Ber
nuda, per s. s Trinidad, from New Y'nrk.
(c)At 10.55 p. m., for Jamaica, Cartha
gena and Sa-aniila, per s. s. A thus, rrom
ew Vork. Letters tor Costa Rica must
te directed "per Athos. ' (OAt 10 55
p. in., Tor Campcche, Chiapas, Tabasco
and Yucatan, per s. s. Seguranca, from
New York. Letters for other parts of
Alexlco must be directed "per Seguranca."
o)At 10:55 p. m. for Haiti, Cumuna and
Cdiupana per s. s. Prince Willeni III.
"rom New lork. Letters tor other parts
of Venezuela, Curacao. Trinidad. British
and Dutch Guiana must be directed "per
Prince Willeni III."
SATURDAY (blAt 7 20 p. m , tor Pro
gresso. per s. s. Habaua, rrom New York.
Letters tor other parts or Mexico must be
directed "per Habana."
SUNDAY (d) At 3.20 p. m., tor St.
I'ierre-Miqution, per steamer from Hali
fax. Mails for Newfoundland, by rail to Uall
r is. and netici "ih suanu-r. close at this
orrico daily at 12:05 p. m.(d)
Malls Tor Miquelon.by rail to Boston, and
inenct via steamer, close here uaily at
3:20 p. m.(a)
Mails for Cuba close here dally at 3 p.
in. for forwarding via steamers sailing
-n lays and Thursdays from Foi-tTampa,
.Malls tor Mexico overland (except those
Tor Campcche, Chiapas, Tabasco. and Yuca
tan, and Progresso, which will be held rrom
he overland dispatch after 7:10 a. m.
Wednsday. for disoiPc'i by steamers sailing
rrom New York, as above indicated), close
uere dally at 7:10 a. m.(d)
Mail" for Australia (except those for West
itistniin, which aietorwarded via Europe),
New Zealand, Hawaii, Fiji nnd.Samoan'
Islands, per s. s. Mariposa, rrom S in Fran
cisco, close here d.uij tip to 0.30 p. m.
Ai.ni.s ior cnini and Japan, per k. h. Ta
Ni 1. rrom T ronia ""lose here d.iilv up
to 6:30 p. m., January 9.(d)
Matin ior coin 1, J .man and llawili. per
s. s. Coptic, from San Francisco, close
'r.. d my up to 0.30 p. in., January
Malls for Hawaii, pars s. Australia, from
San Francisco, .'lose here daily up to
6:30 p. m., January 20.(d)
alius ro' cum a.nt ." una, -neoially ad
dressed only, per s. s. Emprvss of Japan,
rrom Vancouver, close here .Lilly jp to
0-30 p. m., January 25.(d)
Alain tor the Soci-tv tsiuuK ;er ship
City or Pupciti, from San Fran 'isco, close
n..e uillv 00 ' O p. kt . '.niiiary i:5.tii
Transpacific mails arh t jrwarded to tho
port of sailing daily, and the schedule of
closing is crranged on the presumption or
their uninterrupted overland transit.
(a) Registered mall closes nt 10:00 a. m.
(b)Registered ra'dl closes at 1:00 p. in.
(c)Reglstered mall clws at 6:00 p. in.
fdJRcgi.stered mall olosis at 6:00 a. m.
I previous day.
teiliegisveieti iimii i-iiw-s ru ji.uo 11. 111.
Tuesdays and Saturdays.
JAMEif P. WILLETTV Postmaster.
Husuliigton, D. C, January 1, 189.
Thcnnntialiiicetincorthe MUTUAL FIRb
VNCE C0MPANX, OF THE DIS-
OF C0LUMUIA, will be held on the
MONDAY OF- JANUARY. 1897.
l G nw. roi, Er ."30.&J
and dwe lg,5r. I8.0O
13 I-rench nw,
nil. Sr 0
S1I5 Ind ar aw, Or. 3.ti0
809 Ith nw, tni,8r.2U.0
KoJ Fiu av nw ml,
2510 7th nw.ini.6rI8.0O
" 0 Prospect av
nw, ml. lOr 16.50
4 Hhcrldaa nw,
QliS ne (stable)
2510 7th nw,r.... IS."'
137 L nw. or l'.SO
11 ION J ave nw,
av.uw, tir ll'.OO
'JClOOnw, iui.Ur 1j.u7
toHnw, tullDr.. 'I'.TO
0n8-!)lul.'th nw,13r 40.00
0' O st nw.tul. Or 35.M
HI Fla. ave. nw.
21-ilFnw, tul. 7r'J).50
liO !3th sw. nil.Tr 2U.W
.1211 5th nw, Or... IS CO
n Warner i-vr,
102 Uth se. Or .... I0.JO
'no Fla. avo nw,
1115 8th nw. (Jr.. ,
IU'j Warner nw.
lOEHCapse, 7r. 1J.S0
1st house Scott
avc. 7r 13. "
15U -1th nv8r.... 2Z.H)
1 M nw, uil,8r.. lOoJ
Cor. Sth& Grant l 21j IK stnw.2r...S15.00
av uw, ir 815.03 I lJ3 9th nw.lCr.... U.OO
HIS O st nw. store and dwelling, 5r 523X0
Rear 310 C gt nw '10.00 Rear 2!3 VA nw. J3.00
Large stable, bet. 4tb and 6th, K and L
sts nw S18.00
Lot8, sq. 231 l'th sw SlO.tO
Cor. First and Onw 1.C0
Rear lot or 3.7-.29 Lstsw "W
470 Csw (coal yard) 12.C0
ja."Vit A. U. CAY WOOD. SS.1 Stli St. N. w
FOR REN'T No. 1010 7th St. ne.; corner
Callan st., 6-room brick, with bathroom,
hall, liot a nd cold water: nousein good Con
dition; $15 er month; key at grocery op
posite. C. T. YOUER, 61 5 Est. nw.
"'"tiO T'v.r." .... ... mm .if nom.
111 fieri nrrtitf . . t - Titrot .nn rittll 4tll
and O sts. nw., $12 30: also stable In rear
or -M2 Franklin St.. go. ja5-3t
FOR KLhT-1'23 A st. se.. 10 rooms
and hath, large yard and stable; 5-t" per
1110.; 1841 12th st nw , 6 rooms; all mod.
imps.; S22 81 per 1110 A. E. II MID
DLETO ft , 13315 F st. nw. Ja4-3t,em
FOR REM Seven-room rrame cottage
In Hrcxjklatid; two blocks from cars; mod
ern improvements', terms low. Inquire I.
S. HOLLIDUE. care Saks i Co. tf
FOIt RENT Fl'KA'ISHKD HOrsKS.
FOR RENT Completely fur. lovely
bay-wlncow house. l ims., bath, tiotets,
butler's pantry, furnace heat, all mod
Imps : rine location. c!ce to cars and htr
dics. ?u0 per luoi.th yearly to usi onsible
tenant, owner would remain if tlisired,
reducing the rent. 1927 loth st. nw.
FOIt SALK IIOXTSF-S.
FOR SALE A bargain. 7-roora, frame In
Palisade on the Potomf. for 2.25U;
worth S3.0II0: hot and cold water. New
6-room brick, I st. ne.. bet wen 4th and
5th: easv terms. Room 63, Ohio National
Bank Bfdg. jaG-3t
.ION Kl WAX T EJJjVN I I O l.U AN
MONEY To LOAN On household rurnl
ture. pianos, oritatw, horses, carriages, Ac.
All business strictly confidential Lowest
rates, no publicity, courteoJs treatment.
The S"cunly will not be ieii oed inim .om
possession. We make loans or any amount
rrom $10 to 51,000 Payments on prln-v-in.i
leceivtd .it anytime, which wilt les
eu co-t of cirr)ing the loan You can
have the money the day you apply tor it.
CAPITAL LOAN GLAHAN IKK CO..
jn2-lyr 6u2 F Street N W
TO LOAN $3,000, atlTper cent on first
mortgage cit property; direct rrom lender.
H C , this office. j.i-l-3tem
?;20,ooo At 0 per cent, to lean on im
proved property; promptntteiition given to
applications TIMES REAL ESTATE-BUREAU.
10th aud Pa. ave nw.
Vi-."want 1,000 borrowers who desire
rrom $50 to 10,000 each on stocks. bonds,
trusts, loan ass elation lertilic.des. ware
house receipts and lire r tontine policies
in old-line comiinies, no delay; no chattel
mortgages taken YERKES y BAKER, 40
to 16 Metzerott Bldg.1110 F st. nw.
.lO.M-. 1 iu LOAN L-irge.sjn.sat 5aiMl
5 1-J per cent on 1) C real estate; S2C0,
oOO, 750. etc., at 6 per cent; all traits,
actions conducted witn economical con
sideration1 tor borrowers WM. H. SAUN
DERS . CO.. 1407 F st. nw. mrS
"tHORALD JLR1CHAU, Ph. B.. Royal
University of Ctpeuhageu, will receive pu-
AT nth .11 J -MM l M COST
ING lessons by a tucussrul teacher of 12
vears ex perl elite MIsS DAHNEY, 1012
13th st. nw. de21-linem
Telia your name, age, occupation and your
verv thoughts, and just what you want to
know; tells about business deals, law
suits, love airairs, courtship, marriage,
lost or stolen property, ramily troubles,
Triendsand enemies, reunites separated hus
bands and wives, sweetuearts, etc.; bnng3
troubles and quarrels all right, causesspeedy
marriage with the one you love, removes
spells, causes good luck, cures drunkenness
and other raults. Prof. Haleu Is acknowl
edged by press and people as the greatest
in t':o profession. lie ha-s hundreds of let
ters testifying to his great and tnarvlous
power. Sb call at once and be convinced,
and don't waste time and money In visit
ing so-called mediums that are in the town
at present. Ofrice hours, 9 a. m.to 9p. rn.
dally. Fees Card reading, 25 cents, palm
istry, 50 cents; clairvoyant, SI. SatLs
ractlon guaranteed. Parlors, 925 II st.
E w . de2 2-1 in
Mrdlcnl and Surgical specialist,
Treats all tortus o! Private Diseaej.
Mood DIsi-imcs, Stricture,
hkln l)iensp., Hydrocele,
Hlndiler IHeiise, Varicocele,
Kill liny Discuses, Impotoncr,
sprchil Disease, S.J phllltlc Dl-aiei.
.iH Ice and Consultation l'ree. Hot h sexes.
Hours. 'J to 12, 2 to a Tues.. Thnrs. and S.it.
evening-', 7 to 8. No. G.3 F nw. (Clo-e l huu-
SPIRITUALISM MM. Albright, 415 O
st. nw. Test circles Tuesday and
Tnurvmv cvenliic. Conultnthin )M. It
Vf.1T M 1 V ii.iv. ti.n 1111. 010 ,-iir iiilt.
but vou will find us always in, and never
out "or a Ane lot or custom-made suits
and coats, nearly new. at prices to suit
vou. JLSTH'S OLD STAND, 619 D st.
MA1 TltEO, AlEDICAI.
Scientific palmist and card reader; know
your rate and fortune: open daily. ( iermnn
.spoken. 23c. and EOc. 929 11 st. nw.
rAKuiooiia, uaitimure s inienieu lfit
uat medium, ror a short period at 63S
East Capitol st. Ja l-2t
JUST arrived in this city; visit dadamc
Lorno and have your rortune told;
you will be surprised! 50c. 2106 I st. nw.
MME. FRANCIS will not tax you with a.
long lingo of impossibilities that cannot be
done, but all in trouble call and be helped
at once b one that can guarantee tatis
f action, life rrom cradle to grave, cards, 25
cents: trance, 50 cents, hours, lo to 9 302
l.ast Capitol st. jao-iwk
I'ROF. CLAX, Medium. tclU business,
love arrairs, tosses, etc., cradle to grave,
ror GUc: reunites separated husbands,
wives, sweethearts or mentis: causes
speedy marriages, removes spells: bad luck;
all trouble: 10 to 10 dally 49 U st. sw.
NO CL1U-:, NO lAx
No. 610 Pa. Ae. N. AV.t i anliinglon, D C
Specialist 111 chronic and priats diseased,
Piles, Stricture. Hydrocele. Gout, Catarrh.
Dyspepsia, liioou i-oisum mreo. v luuiuy re
stored Conseltaltoit tree and confidential to
uoJi sexes r uatiy, to 1
3 to 6.
OUR greatest medium ami spiritual moth
er, DR. MARX GORDON, tells you all
things und prescribes a prdper remedy Tor
your troubles; consult this girn-d rudy be
rorelti!too late. .Now at 52S I l'th t nw
UR-TAVLOR, 006 F st nw., makes
Dill sets of teeth for S3; satisfaction guar
anteed; teeth extracted without pain; gold
filling, SI ; amalgam, ouc; extracting free
When plates are made. jeiS-tf
LADIES needing confidential treatment,
a sure and safo relief In all woman's Com
plaints and Irregularities. Gold medal
awarded Tor the science of obstetrics rrom
the University of Munich, Bavaria. Strict
ly conridenlial. MRS. DR. RENNER, No.
M Seventh st. ne.. near E. Cap. st. Wash
ington, D. C.
llis ju llllliu, Ulci.., lllii'i . ..ill. iwjin"-.i-
non, studio. Droop's Music Store. Apply
Droop's or Ellis Music Houses, 923 and
yJ7 Fa. ave. se2b-tf
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
In Effect November 15. 1800.
7 50 a. week days. PITTSBl'Rv; BX
1'itr.ss Parlor und Dining CuTs, liarris
burg to 1'Htflburg.
10.50 A. AI PEft.-sSx-L,VANTA LIMITED
Pullman Meeping, Dining. Smoking awl
Observation Cars, Ilarrwburg to Chicago,
Cincinnati, Inutanupoil-S, St. Louis, Cleve
land ami 'loledo. Butfet Parlor Car to
10.30 A. M. FAST LINE Pnllman Uurfe"
Parlor tar to Harrisburg. Burie. Pari
.. V,ar. Harrisburg to Pittsburg.
3.40 P. . CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
Kxi;e-ss PuUman Buffet Parlor Car
to Harrisburg. Sleeping and Dining
Cars Harrisburg to St. Louis, Cincinnati,
Louisville and Chfcngo.
7.10 P. . WESTERN EXPRESS Pull
man Sleeping Cur to Pittsburg. Chicago
and Harrlshurg to Cleveland. Dining
i. .? M- KOUTUWESTERNEXPRESS--I
ulluian Sleeping tars Washington to
Pittsburg and Ifarrisbarg to St. Louis
ir.a?A Cincinnati. Dining Car.
10 10 p. . pAciric Express PuU-
- Pi?1? s,.ei-,l,l"l Car to Pittsburg.
ui'.l.M rur Kane, Cananciaigua, Roches
ter .and Niagara Falls daily, except Sun-
10:5o A. M for Eimira and Renovo daily,
except Sunday. For Lock Haven week
plySMa"U 'illa,'"',ol:t aunuayu. 3.40
"J,0,.1: M ror Willtamsport. Rochester.
Burralo, and Niagara Falls dally, except
baturdaj.wUh bleeping Cur Washington
tO Dll.SIX'Ilsllin Rpi,l..u ln Murrillo
10:40 P. Af Tor Erie, Cauandaiguu, Roehes-
10 P. Ar Tor Erie, Cauandaiguu, Roehes
r. Burralo, and Niagara Falls- dally,
ecplng Car Washington to Elmlrn.
t I'HiLADELPHIA. NEW YORK AND
4?5C.,P.- M "CONGRESSIONAL LIAI
ITEI," daily, all Parlor Cars, with Din
ing Cur rrom Baltimore Regular at 7.00
(Dining Carl, 8.00, 9.00. IO.OO (Dining
Car;, and 11.00 (Dining Oar rrom Wil
mington A. M.. 12.45,22.214.171.124, 6:o0,
IO 00 .md 1 1 35 p. m On Sumtoy, 7.00
(Dining CaN 8.00, .00, 11.00 tDinlng
9ir from Wilmington) A AL. 12.15, 3.1C.
f-. 0-50, 10.00 and 11.35 P M For
' hiladelphhi only. Fast Express, 7.50 A.
41 week-days. Express. 12.15 P. AI.
week-days, 2.01 and 5.40 P. M. doily,
"or IMon, withoui clunce 7 50 A. M.
week-da y3. and 3 15 P M. daily
1-or Atlantic City ivla Delaware Rivet
Hrtdge, all-ran route), 3 15 p m dtUly.
I-orlidtiniore, 6 25, 7 00.7 50.8 00. 9.00;
10 0O, IO 50, 1100. and 1150 a m.,
12.15, 12 45, 2 01.3 15.3.40 4.00 lim
ited). 4.20, 4 36. 5.40, 6.13. 6.50; 7.10.
10.00, 10.40. ll 15. and 11.35 p. m.
On Sunday, 7 00, 8.00.9 00,9 05. 10.50;
11 00 a m . 12 15, 1 15 201, 3.15. 3 40;
(4.00 limited), 1211, 5 40. 6 15, 6.50.
7 10, 10:00, 111 40. ami 11 30 p. rn.
For Pope's Creek Line. 7 SO a. m. and 1.36
p in. daily, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.UO. lino A. Al . 12.15
and 4.20 P Al dally, except Smloy.
Sundays, 9.00 A. M. awl 4.20 P. AI.
Atlatitk. coast Line Express. 4 JO A AI,,
3.46 I A) d:!y. kk box nd om!. 10. Si
A AI week dajs. Atlanta Spertttl, via
Richmond and Seal ojrd Atr Line. 9.40
P AI daily. AicontH o kit km rr Ohb
tico. 7 45 A AI daily, awl 4 25 P. M.
Tiket ornees, corner Fifteenth and G
streets, and at the station, Sixth and B
street, where otde.stan he left lor cheek
ing or luggage to i'elnatfH from iMtteis
.1 R WOOD. GenerM P-MHft:er Agent.
S At I'REVOST. Geneml Afunager
.s. : pi' l , Cff, r j ,.-7. Ivft
Leave Wa-Wngtoc Iron st.-ition corner ot
Scvr Jersey avenue and C street.
. For Chicago and Northwest. Vcstihelcd
Limited trains, 10 00 a. m.. 8.0s p. m.
Fc.rCincioiiatl.SS Locjts mimI ImlianapoU-.
vestilniled limited. 3 40 p m.; expreaa,
11 30 p m.
"r .Plttsborg and Ciorelaod. expresa
flaily. 10 00 a. m and 8 54 p. -
For Winchester and way stations. 10 a
ra. t& 30 p nL
For New Orleans, Memphis. UtrnalBssais.
chatlanoi -?a. Ki oxvdie. Bristol and
Rooiiike, & CO p ni daily, bleeping Cars
for Lurar. 3 40 p m. dally.
For Bait, mo re, wees, days, 3 00. 6.30.
X7 05, x7 10, XT" 00 b 30 xJl 3(,xio.OO,
X12 oua m ,xl2 05. 1210.X12 35.x3.00.
3.20, X4.36. 4.40. x5 05. Xo.15. Xo.30.
X6.20. 6 30, xh 00. 8 15 xi 20. 11.13.
Xll.OOp m andxl2.01 nignt. Sunday a,
X7 05, x7 10, h 20, X9 00 a m.,Xl2,05.
X12.3D, 1 00, X3 00. 3 25, 4.40. Xo.oS.
X5 15, 6 30, xfc.00, x9 20, 1U5, xll.&O
p. m., X12.01 night.
For Anuajwhs, 7 10 and8.30 a. m., 12.10
and 4 36 p in, Sundays, a 30 a. m., 4.40
For Frederick, week days. 7 35 a. m.,
12.00 noon, 4 30, 5.30 p. m. Sundays,
1:15 p. m.
For liagers onn. tlO CC a in a-.dt0.30
i P. n-, .
rur ijoju uuii ui jiwuut. v.-eeir aays,
7i5 a. m.,4 30, 0.30, 7 05 p. m. ana-
UUjTBt X.XU, I rtW M. IU.
For Washlnt-ton Junction and way oninta.
7.35 a. m.. 4.30. G.30 p. id. week days.
1.15 p. m. Sundays.
For Cape Ma y, 1 0 a m.. 1 2 ao.n
ROYAL BLUE LINE FOR NEW Y0RS
Ah t. i us ih iuin.it ..11.. ' -' ltgh
1 or 1 hiiadelpuia. New v,.rK. Bostott. and
the Eist, week days, is 00, (10 00 a. m.
DlnlngCiri. 1 2 OO.l 12 35 DtHingCan, 3 0O.
t5 05 Dining Can, 112.01 night. Sleeping
Car open at 10 00 o'Uock', Sundays. l9.0o
a m Dining Carl. (12.35 Dining Can. 3.00.
15 OODturuK Car', 12 01 night,; sleeping car
open ten oilock. Additional trai3 tot
Ilni.idelphla, Week d.iis. 7 05 a m . daily.
S.00 p tn
liuDet I'.trlor Cars on all ilny trains
For Atlantic City, 10-00 a. m., 12.0
noon, and 12-33 p. in. week days. 12.3S
D- m. SundayB.
tExcept Sunday "Dally. xExprcsa
Baggage railed Tor and checked from
notriS and residences by Union Transfer
Co- on orders left at ticket offices. 613
Pennsylvania avenue n- w.. New YorS
avenue and Fifteenth street, and at" itepot-WM-M.
GREEN. CHAS.O SCULL,
Gen- Manager. Gen. Pass. Ags.
(Piedmont Air Line.)
(Srhedulelnerrcct December l.ltf6
All trains arrive and leave I'ennsylvanls
a a. m. Dally, local Tor Danville, Char
lotte and way stations, connects at Manas
sas tor Strasburg, Harrisonburg and
way stations, dally, except Sunday, and
nt Lynchburg with the .Norfolk and West
ern dally, and with the Chesapeake and
Ohio, daily, ror the -atuial Rridg.-, aud
i'eiini5 aD;n.-lally.thc iUNITED STATES
FAST AlAIL.carrlesPullniun BuHet Sleeper-
New Xork and Washington to Jackson
ville uniting at Salisbury with Pullman
Kieeter ror Astieville and Hot Springs. N.
L Knoxville and Chattanooga. Tenn.. and
nt" charlotte with Pullman Sleeper ror
Au-usia. Pullman Rurfet Sleeper. Washing
ton to Galveston. Tex . via Montgomery.
New Orleans and Houston, end Pullman
Sleeper. New York to Atlanta. Solid train
Washington to New Orleans without
chance- Sunset personally conducted tour
ist excursion through sleeper on this train
ever Saturday to San Francisco, without
Ch4 01 m. Local for Front Royal. Straa
V.tirg and Harrisonburg, dally, except Suo-
4f51 p. m.-Dntly, local Tor Charlotte-
"lS-tt p. m.-Dally. W ASIIINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN. VEST1 RULED, LIM
ITED, composed 01 muimin vcstiDuled
T....TV1 vin harloite. Columbia. Savannah
and Jacksinvllle. and New Xork to Mem
nhW via Btrniinsham, New lork to New
Orlcans.vla Atlanta andAIontgomcry. Vea
tthulHid.i o.icn Washington to Atlanta,
RonMiern Railway dining tar. Greensboro
I to Montgomery. ,,,., .. , ,. .
Tli-tl..S" l n.uill.l"l'l .HDUU1U
TiTviVitrisi innvn Wash in ct on 9 01 ft m
I daily and 4 45 j? -a dalt. except Bon
day, and 6 25 p m . simdaj only, ror
Round Hill. 4 32 p in dally, except Sun-
oaj , ior jjeeuiii -'4. i .hiuj iui
Jlerndoti. Returning, arrive at Washing
ton t 26 a m and 3 00 p n daily, rrom
Round Hill, ami 1 0b 0. m. daily, except
Sunday, from Hertulott, and iS4 a. in.
dally, except Sunday, from csburg.
Through trams rroiu the South arrive at
Washington 6 42 a in.. 2 2l p m..and !i:4ii
I p. in. d.my. Manassas division: 12:40 n. m.
U.IU , W.V ' 1. .31I.III..J , M.. W JV U. 111., uuii,,
Tickets, sleeping car reservation and In
formation furnished at orices, 511 and
1300 Pennsylvania avenue and at Pennsyl
vania Railroad Passenger Station.
cY.ll. liHKLN , uen. Siupt.
j. Al. CtLi", Xrnlllc Manager.
W. A. TUHk,, Gen. 1'asi. Agent.
L.S. Jlrown. (ien. Ast. I'nux. Oopt.
FOR HIRE Full dress suits, $t only.
J L.U SCOHEN. HOl 1 lit St. 11 W lIe-4-lf
FOR HIRE lo urummers anu ouslami
men. horse and buggy or Dayton, 51.50 and
552 per day. Apply to theRBX STABLES
rear 61ft H st. nw ; telephone call, 109