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THE EVEMGTTDIES, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY;-' DECEMBER 30, 1899.
,.II1.L,1 AVANTED FEJI AfcC.
. Ailse-rUse-me-nta . nnelcer till" lieael
Mill he limerteil for one cent n word
WANTED WWoTk quietly and individually for
our clients; prisons, with good records can
scenic go.l laving iw.ltit.in by riling applica
tions with us: we -only sdierlise when alt com-.srle-nt
applicant are on our books Imeltcn put
to work: r.o registration few rveroired; investiga
tion aill piovc our incflioels to lie correct; tall,
don't write. Till. LICRO CO.. 1111 t! t."
WAXTEDlf von 'desire cmplciment as Inuse
wcrl.tr, chaiiuVrmaid. or waitress we will put
sou to"wor's,:' no salary Ink than li: no regis
tration fee rcruiird. THE LUCBO. 1111 G ft.
W.INTJ3) A settled woman (white), without a
liome; pood housekeeper; take entire eliarge;
no cooking; small wages; must furnish llio lscst cf
rets. 'Address Box 11. this oglce. lt.em
WANTED-Cirl to cook and do general house
work. 311 II t. nw. lt.em
WASTED A colored girt to do light liou-ework.
Tall at store. 1324 lttli st. nv. tem
WANTED Settled woman to do general home
work, wash, and iron. Apply 1714 Corcoran
st. ir. It.wn
.VANTED-Four white chambermaids, two wait
reies. tour cooxs: no registration tee. I1VSE-
HUNT. CIS E st. - It
W.XTED-First-class colored cook. S23 per
month: other (rood places. IIL'SINES" 111'
Ill.AU, 12H0 Xew York aie. nw. It
WANTED -Half-grown colored girl.
HOl'sK. 49.'. Pa. ale. nw.
WANTED-Experienced cattress, (tcn general
liouseworkers; sou win w piaii-u m .-,
nirg-rooiii girls. SHACKLEFOKD'S, SOS E St.
MASTED A woman to do general housework.
Jtlrt Corcoran st. nw. It
V. ANTED -A white girl, about It or 13, tor light
housework. Call at 007 l-a. ale., ltoom 3.
W ANTED Wliite girl, Cernun preferred, to do
cooking and part of housework. Apply 1113
lltli st. nw. - deyV-t
WANTED A good plain cook.
13lh . nw.
A NTED Young ladira for addressing em elopes.
tll aturday atternocn at 61'.l E tt. nw. It
A WTEn laidr cashier, tlie waitresses, today.
ltb"ltnlS IIOTEI. AtiENCY. S3 10th n. It
l XTED -Woman, plain cook. $li no washing;
ml office girl, doctor's, cltlce. Enquire 16XJ
llh . nw. It
J ANTED - At once, a reliable nurse tor care of
children; white preferred. Appli tiO Manlon
aili, I l. ne. It
(V XTKD At once, experienced waistbands. 911
T st. nw. dcgHt.ein
ft TED--White girl; staj nights; no wa--liing;
family cf ". b31 10th ne. derj-St
i ANTED -Tjisew'riter. operating Moltli-rreniier
machine; state lowest salali expected; of-
e exsriecce not necessary. Address IIOX GH2,
bis oHloe. - de2U-3t
WANTED A woman to cckik. -wah. and iron:
also io-jiig girl for housework. 21S It St. e.
VXIED-V good took and laundiess al om-e
at 1012 12lh St. nw. de2g-3t.ein
V30 I'a. ale. nw.
ANTED Young lady, pretti. eseeptionall. al-
tiactive, for genteel window advertising dis
,la . coo.1 Hlarv. Appli CAPITAL VAl DE-
ll'.U'. UIlMVTl"C;"AM) Ml bICAI. nMIUNtJE.
liO r st. dc2t"3t
ANTED t:nilcmen and Iidt agents to iutro
duce a great lucdieine. Addretss P.OX 3-1,
jailh'rslHirg. Md. de2s-3t
ni:t,i va.ti:i M.n.n .t 1-rjMAi.i:.
UUY a Jadi Jaughed aloud in a Washington
wreei ar." l'ator E. Hez ein eplain.a
.ndj. Jtiglil. IciAlul-r 31. 7:43 oMuck. Free
(j-ws. I1 iniiled. J-es-ond Riptlst Chun h ud
UTiuiu. .4liL st. .aid. Va. ale. so. It
srri TIos 'wati:i i-i:ii.i,i:.
Ails erliNiMiien'tn miller tlil lienil
sstll lit Iniserti'il for oiit i-iit n sseird
tor i'lii'li Insiertloii.
WANTED laili wishfk olIiiTs-to .loan. SI X si.
l.AD -siin.(sr, -would like to meet someone
n i " would give home and cotnjeusalion er
kt-re-ess;.. s.mibhsketp bouse for bachelor or
wldowAl: cl.ildten no objection. Addns. Itll
i 70v thu cttice. It
. .VXTED -Il.i lespectable white woman, position
as housekeeper; rrfert ncet. Addresr IIOX CG3.
this office. ... de2f'-3l
Mil ATIIIAS WANTKII MAI.1..
Acl ortlMi'liiesiitN miller tills, -lii-nil
ss 111 lie Insierled for one cent n vioril
for ciirli InHertlon.
WANTED 1U white man, pla.e as janitor, watch
man. oi ttablcnuu; gol rcf. lVJ 12th si. ne.
V NTED Ky young man. stenograph! r. student
of llecrgetown Ijw s hcol. position in law
office. Address IIOX 6. this cfli.e. U
t. ANTED -Oiseiatoi on fur machine. Apple
I.IEIIoTEII, the Furrier. K3 F -t. nw.; ee
c.nd fl.wr. ' It
A. WTED ll a student,
dress at D st. nw.
a place to wait.
it V AXTED lly mechanic, work: good at painting,
rarpentenncr. or jobbinr: moderate. Address
IMIJ 6i5.tliis orate. It
ANTED lly white man. pla.s1 as butcher or
meat cutter. 2S l'atereon st. ne. de29-'2t
WANTED- By shoe salesman, situation: If. lean,
oeiicnce. Address BOX CI7. this office.
AYAATIJI) HOUSES AMI Vi:iIICI.KS.
ANTED For cash two or thr"e good two-horse
dilt wagons, with or without beds. A.hlresx
BOX C10, this office. .Ie2S-3t
t WTED Cash paid for second-hand bieteles
t ill.i: EXCHANGE, 740 10th st. nw. defO-St
YV.IXTKIJ 51 1SCEI.I.A UOl'S.
V VNTEI) -Furniture, stoves, store flilelre.
FRIES k liOPHiJOD, ttb and K tt. nw.
W NTED To
prices for ;
buy second-hand hioicles; good
;ocd wheebe Call at 717 t'th st.
NTED -Highest cash price paid tor ladies'
and gent's cast off clothing; drop postal, I'll
call. II. TAHSHES. 1S0S 7tll st. nw. de27-lmo
V VXTED-Horses to board. $7 per month. S.
II. IIY11XE. Alexandtia. Ya. de2H-20t
V. WTED You to begin 1'cjO bv taking a course
at the NIGHT SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND;
special sp.sed dictation. Address COITRT RE
rOIITER, Hoi 273. City I'. O. de2S-3t
HIGHEST price paid for second-band bicycles;
also taken on storage. 424 Mil kL nw.
EW YlUlt'S holly wreatlis, rope, mistletoe,
trees, and other evergreens. SOITHEICN
F.TERGRKKX CO.. 9tb and l'a. ave. de30-3t
HANCIXG-Priiate. -MISS LEOXAHDO, Premier
llaisis-use. Rn-idenee and academy, 1213 12lli
st. nw. Learn to waltt properly. " de30-5t
KlNi;s, of leaky roofs and damp walls.
RLBIIER PAINT CO.. G12 F nw.
APPETITE restored by starvation; certainlv
cheap. Addrres BOX CGI, this otBce. de20-3t
PRINTING AXD BOOKBINDING Till January- J,
1900, t idling cards, 25c for 100; other print
ing, cheap; name) on leather goods in gold, 25c
each. G. E. WILLIAMS, C15 7th St. nw. del7tf
A I-ORTRA1T by FREY in crayon, pastel, or
water colors, of a, deceased friend or relative.
"just the thing"; on weekly or monthly pay.
xnents. Studio 1169 Howard ave, Mt. Pleasant,
D- C. dell-lmo
FOR SALE Male canaries from $2.00 upwards;
goldflkhcs, cats, parrots, doge, rabbits, etc.
SCIIMID'S BIRD STORK, 712 12th St. nw.
CAPITAL CLOCK REPAIR1XG CO.. 1124 7th st.
nw. Any ordinary clock cleaned, 30c;
walcht cleaned, GOc. up; musical box repairing
and all other work as low in proportion; satis
faction guaranteed; send postal, will call for
and deliver free to any part of District.
YOU ARE throwing money away if sou get your
papering or painting done before you get my
estimate. 1 will say to all honest people. If our
work is not satisfactory don't pay lor IL RICH
ARD S. RYXE.V, 5lh and II kts. ne.
de2lroPiCm. ,. ,
A LOT of slightly-worn tailor-made evercoats
t a-flcMtlcti'jtJUUS COIHT, 1104 7th St.
L'I.L DRESS SUITS lor hire.
. IIKLP VA.XTnr MAI"E.
Ailvertliienientii under thia liend
will be IliKerteil for one cent " word
for eneli iimertlon.
WANTEI Ilouseliois".'1 lutlcrs, and drivers tor
priratc families always in-denund; file jour
application It jog desire a good, paling wition;
we only advertise, .vacancies when tlnre are no
applit-anta on cur book: no reiMration fee re-
quired. THE l.l'CRO CO.; 1111 (i st. lt.em
WANTED Exiwrie nccei and competent salesmen
and collector- are in constant demand; ttle
our application;'!! edsta jou nothing; thire are
J i.o advance fee required in this emre. lilt.
I.ICHO (V., Ull 0'e.t. .. - ".em
WANTED Youngnian," alwut18 or 10 years to
work in real elate office; must lie well rec
ommended. AddrcAi Box. 10, this office. lt.em
WANTKH-Good grocery ileik, who understands
cutting meat. FRIES & CO., IS, 7th at. ne.
WANTED A watterr-Tet- ci.nsre.ional Hotel,
X. J. ave. and II St. w. l'.cm
WANTED Man to drive' wagon on commission.
1233 M st. ne. . f It.
WANTED 20 boys with bicjcles ns messcngcre.
Appli- HOI F st'., basement, alter 6 p. m.
WANTED Actil-eTitiite. boy, not under 17. drive
laundry wagon references required. 516 8th
t. nw-. J- It
WANTED flood barber at once;$2 Tor Saturday.
tai 7th at. vr.; j ' - It
WA.NThD-Harber'kt once; salary or commission.
gaC'i C st. ne. It
WANTED At cnce.eiauraiit cook, three dish
washers. waiters.1 two careful driiers, errand
1.0)1. KUACKEhfOHU'S. 11 E St. nw. . It
WANTED Experienced barbershop boj.
Si. i.u-. 2 -
WANTED--, good men for railway construction;
good par; four'men at fM per month; ty
II or IS: good pay. BUSINESS -I1UKEAU, 1200
New- York are, nw. It
WANTED Mrorg, solr man to drive team;
white preferred. Call at 2WS 1 st. nw. It
WANTED To engage joung registered phyMcian;
good appearance and address", for permanent,
good Mitlon, ajiextlsing practice; must have
good references. Address IIOX G, this oHkc.
di3(l-3t .. . . .
WANTED A good (ooking joung colorrd nun to
act as bell boy and do general work in the
house. IIEKMTZ SCIKWU 723 lltli t. nw. It
WANTED White. ,ai riser, immediately,
ANTED Good cook at 21S Mil st. nw.
Kilt Ill-XT FumiJied .or
eoj oth st. nw.
WANTEI White dairy nun. S23 per month:
youijr man to wait table; boy to wash dishes.
Enquire 1C35 Uth st. nw. It
WANTED A voung-'man as assistant cssok.
plj. with re fereic-csj. Ill Md. ave. ne.
WANTED-llne wbhc bailier; $3 guarantee,
eth St. se.
WAXTED-Energltic' salesman; school supplies;
country work: 10G salaiv and extras. It. O.
EVANS & CO.. Chicago, lit .
WANTED-A sttong. reliable white man to act
as bartender. Addrers BOX t57, this of
WVNTED - ctiie men and women everywhere to
take crdcts for .'Lite of Moody," the great
eiangeli't; ells at siglit;-ample enabling you
to nuke from s-1 to S7 daily, by mail free on
request. Address CIXIME IUM.E I'UUHi tl).. 723
Cliesln.il ft.. Philadelphia, l'a. de2)-3t
WANl;I l!oj 11 to 10 years, amateur tipe
writer prefertetl. Addre-. in own handwrit
ing, giiing referents, IIOX Oil, this onice.
WANTED loung man as clerk in lawier's office;
must understand typewriting. S40 Jjid. ave.
nw.: u!slairs. de2-Ct
WANTED File first-claki ccatmakeis.
15th St. nw.
Vt WTED Oue'iarge second story front room or
two smaller j ncs.. furnistid: nw. ; with
Uwird: .ouple with child aged four .tears: not ex.
feeding I3 per mcuth. Address BOX II, this of
fie ' '
WANTED Desk" room in well furnished ofHce;
lieinitt of 0th and F preferred; best lefer
erecs. r."l. D.. 1012 13th st. nw. . It
WANTED Tliree unfurnished rooms: 1. b. k.;
heat, gas; re. Addre-rf IIOV l, this oOce.
WANTED-Bt ladt. tnll warm room:. 10 mill
uleft walk from nbitt llwiise; price must be
reasonable; giie sitticulars. Address BOX l!3,
this office. ,,. ; dc2Q-3t
WANTED- 3 or 4 roonn for light hou.-ekeeping:
tH-t. Mh and 14th ets. east. C north and C
socth; state terms. Address BOX G3.s. this of
WANTED Vuiet 'collpl?. nicelj fumished room;
central; not over ?S. Addiessj BOX G44, this
ni ki.m ciianci:s.
s.rt .,'iss.SsessJ SS.
J. I NCII KtKIM for f.V) cash. Itween now and
Jan. 0: owner leaving city; investigate. 333
13th kl. ne. de30-3t
OPPOItTl'XlTi offeied will bear full investiga
lion 1o Isiity wi;li-SL"UO, .ddrr,s,BOX 3,
this otlite. dt30-St
COLLECTION Bl'ltEVC Room 3. wrTa. ave.
nw.: accepts debts; all kinds; local and for
eign claim. de30-6t
TO I.E-SE 23-rocni hou-e. central location; rent,
5-70 moiitlL NEW lOltK Bl'INEsS BKOK
ERS. 1000 F. ; de 3'.
FOR SALE Old estabrishr.1 grocery: monthly
sale. ?I.5Uel; must be sold: investigation
aJctcl. XEW l.ORK lll,.s-UEs.s. BBCililJV-. lOOti
FOR SALE ;330 taki-s dairi lunch clearing $100
mon:hlt :' 73 lulls contectioner. worth ?200;
10 groceries, ranging from 20J to j,&)0: bar
gains all. XEW lOHK BCMNESS BROKERS,
100G F. ' dea-3t
WANTED Reliable manager, owning play, with
special scenery and printing, desires partner
with capital; everything open for closest inies-
tigation. Address BOX iVM, thus otBce. tle2y-3t
FOR S VLE Grcseery store, doing good busine-ss;
will imentory alsout s300; teaou for selling,
owner lias recently come into pcesew-lon of other
business which (skes up all of hw time; ex
ceptional chance. Address It. L. E,, care Xavy
Yard Exchange, tit v. de20-3t
WANTED To evfhJURe a 10-room brick house
for a busit.es?. Address BOX K9, this of
-Luneli room; plite, $130; on Pa.
Addres. BOX 015, this otilcc. de2S 3t
FOR SALE Ojeter liouw, business T10 to $20 per
day; price, $275; oyster, cigar, and confec
tionery, JS100; grocery, ssVJO; notion and candy
store. 225. CHARLES WVNDHAM'S CO., 1200
New York ave. nw. dc2S-2t
FOR SALE A bakery and confectionery .store, in.
eluding oven and fixtures, centrally located
and doing a nice business; $1,000 if sold within
lendajj. Address BOX G46, thla olflce. de2a-3t
HOTEL DEWEY, at Chesapeake Beach, for long
lease; unfurnished; snap for the right person.
OWXER, 1013 llth st. nw. de2S-7t
FOR SALE Cigar and confectionery store. 201 E
st. ne. de2S-3t
FOR SLE Fine grocer); doing large cash busi
ness; lorr rent; splendid location: only $200,
or invoice. Address BOX C40. thU office. de2S-4t
WANTEI Enefgeeie-Jpun or woman to take ex
elusive agency, of .Washington and surround
ing territory forUaeg medicine company; must
Wave $300; handle own money; chance to make
bit- niouey. CHALMERS & CO., Room 9. G13
G17 llth st. nw. de2S-3t
FOR SALE Corner .grocery, stock, and fixtures;
pplendid roeat"Etand. 1323 4,J st. sw.
BAD BILLS collected or no charge.
POX. Attomey.s.1335 F nw.
II. D. COR-de25-6t
FOR SALE Dairy 23 Jersey cows, several horses,
implements, etc., and a'l modern appliances;
long lease: moderate rent; fine barn and dwelling.
E. 11. EICIISTADT. Brightwood, P. C de24-7t
THE finest stock system' in existence; large
assured income and guaranteed principal.
"STOCK BROKERS," V. O. Box 1354, . Y.
FOR SALB HORSES AXD VC11ICI.KS.
good work horse. 741 7tli
FOlt SALE Fine young horse, sound and gentle;
suitable for business wagon or carriage; also
"amess and buggy. 1135 II st, ne. de30-Zt
FOR SALE Fine Jjuggy and horse for $30; sold
for want of use. 709 4th st. ne.
FOR SALE Great bargain, 12 head of horses and
mares, ranging in age from 5 to 8 years,
weight POO to 1,400' pounds; suitable for any
business and no' reasonable offer refuted. Call
212 ti st. nw. dc2G-7t,em
COME IX and do-yourtypewritinr, 10c. per hour;
preliminary instruction free: typewriters rent
ed for practice at low rates, delivered to your
homc; best grade of typewriter ribbons. 75c; $8
per doren. KEWSIAX'S TYPEWRITER AGENCY,
til 7th st. nw; oc23-3mo
FOR REST ROOMS.
Fort RENT Bright, 2d Boor flat; beat, -bath, all
conveniences; reasonable. 215 Vth st. sw..
near National Museum. lt.em
FOR KEXT l"umished rooms, 6 and 3; heat
and gait. 022 K st nw. deS0-8t
FOlt HEXT Furnisheel room, with or without
board, for two gentlemen. Apply .903 7th at.
FOIl KENT To gentlemen, comfortable furnish
ed front or back room: reasonable price. 1013
O st. nw. ' lt
FOlt KENT Nicely furnished room. 3 per
month; furnace beat, porcelain bath; also
rooms for light housekeeping. Sll ttth st. nw.
FOR ItENT 1213 X St. nw., second and third
floor flats; new plumbing on each; parlor floor
suitable for office or living rooms. de30-3t
FOlt KENT Two second story front, nicely fur
nished rooms; furnace heat, incandescent
light, IKrceiain bath, for 23. 511 Gth St. nw.
FOlt ItENT To gentleman, small room, 31 per
week. 1003 O tt. nw. de30-3t
FOlt RENT Elegant rooms; newly furnished,
painted, and paiercd; heat, gas, bath, $2 to
3. Ill Second st. nw de30-3t
llll RENT Furnished rooms, t5 perjmontlu 722
10th H. nw. , . ,. de30-3t
E st. nw.
FOIl RENT Two comfortable patlor rooms,
cheap. If rented at once, at that coiy little
home, illll bill St. nw. de30-3t
FOlt RENT Furnished rooms, with or without
board: K St., between lib and 10th. Ad
dress IIOX e57, this -Bee. . de30-3t
FOlt REXT One or two furnished or unfurnished
rooms; second floor; reasonable. HIS llth st.
FOR RENT Neatly furnished second floor room;
gas; home comfort; rent $4 icr month. 20!i
K st. nw. dcakSt
FOIl RENT Fur. rooms; $5, $7
month. 017 II st. nw.
aud $0 per
FOR REXT Large 2d-ktory front room, with
piano; heat and gas; $15. 410 Gth st. nw.
FOR REXT Hallroom; beat, gas: large clo-et;
cne newlv-fur. itunny iocru, 2d floor; well
heated. 432 11 ft. nw. de2-3t,eul
FOR RENT-Fur. ballrooms; $4 and $3. el 13th
st. r.w. de29-3t.em
FOR REXT 412 Gth tt., near B. k P. depot,
warm rooms; $1.50 and $2.50 per week up.
FOR HEXT Xicely-tur. front room; parlor floor:
also front room; 3d floor; $4 per mouth. 2417
l'a. ave. nw. de29-3t.em
roll RENT-Large. nicely furnished, will heated
and kept rooms, $3 and $10 per month. 4S3
Missouri ave. nw. de29-3t,em
FOR RENT Two front roonw; fur.; with or
without board; terms reasonable. Call G29
E. Cap. st. dea-3t.cm
FOR RENT Warm room;
gentleman. 207 G st.
front or back for one
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished rooms,
private family, with or without board. 2d
Paterson ne. de29-2t
FOR REXT 3 furnished or unfurnished rooms
suitable for housekeeping; 3d floor. 123 C
St. ne. de23-3t
FOR RENT-Beautiful furnished
private family. 431 II st. nw.
FOR RENT Two comfortable parlor rooms,
cheap, if rented at once, at that cozy little
home, w Sth st. ne. , ,; dc2a-3t
FOlt RENT-Miller Iloir , 476 l'a.
rooms, $1.30 week up. b .
a e. ; heated
"OR REXT Eelegant suite, funrisiifd or unfur
nished, at the VINTON, W llth St. nw.
de293t '' "
FOlt REXT One large and one small front room;
nicely furnished; $6 and $12, board it desired.
p llth at. r.w. de23 3t
I OR REXT Nicely -furnished second floor front
room; southern, exisjsure. 1223 L at. nw.
I OR REXT Large back parlor; firl floor; $s;
single room, $4. 17 E st. nw. de2a-3t
FOR REXT Two furnished rooms for I. h. Ic:
central locstion; iiear City I. O Address
BOX G31. tbia otace. deIS-t
FOR RENT Large third story front rmaa. $S per
month; with heat and light; ball nscsm, $4.
15 E St. nw. de2s 3t
FOR RENT Very neatlv furnished rooms, with
first'Class table board; terms very reakonalJe.
COS r st. nw. de25-3t
FOR ItENT Two second floor communicating
rooms; bath, beat, and gas, $15. 313? O st.
FOR REXT Furnished front room; second floor,
with or without boariL 720 2d St. ne. de23-3t
FOR REXT Warm and eery rooms; well furnish
ed; gas and bath; satisfactory rated. 512 E
st. nw. de25-5t
TOR RENT Nicely furni.l.cd front and back par
lors; also back room br't floor; to adults;
all conveniences; 1. b. k. 1126 Gib st. nw.
FOR RENT Cheap, good sited second story
room; housekeeping: adults. ' I12S Gth St. nw.
de2S-3t ' ''
FOR RENT 00 I St. nw.: front and back parlors.
lurr.islied or unfurnished. dc2.-ot
FOR RENT Comfortable tuniisJneIir"ema, in ele
gant house; splendid locartcnfilieat, gas, and
bath; reasonable rates. 112 4Vx.kt- nw.
de2-7t . ':. . '
FOIl IIE.NT-IM'IH.MSIII'I) ROOMS.-
FOH RENT Two communicating rooms; private
bath; 1. h. V 519 13th st. nw. dc29-3t,em
FOR RENT Two unfumisVd roclas: a. m. L:
$GL S0.1 I st- e.. nary yard It
TWO LOVELY ccn.municating, 2d-floor rooms;
deatable location. C30 I st. nw. de29-3t,em
FOR REXT Three or four unfur. rooms. 493
Md. ave. sw. dc29-3t.cm
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, on 2d floor, for
boeuekecping. 1423 Sth St. mv. de29-7t
FOR REXT 2 unfurnished rooms, on 3d floor, to
ladies onlt ; bath on satne. floor; rent. t7.
Ill I, st. nw. deSI-St
FOR REXT 20OS F st. mr 3 unfurnished rooms,
with light and beat. de29-9t
FOR REXT 713 Sth st. nw.. near Patent Of.
flee, unfurnished, 1-room flat, 1st floor; mod
ern improvement-. de29-3t
FOR HEXT First and second floor, nice unfur
nished rooms; housekeeping. 1223 10th st.
FOR RENT Tliree unfurnished rooms for light
housekeeping; southern exposure. 307 E st.
FOR RENT Two beautiful unfurnished rooms;
second floor; steam heal and gas; $10; priratc
family. 729 5th st. ne. de2S-3t
FOR RENT Unfur. 2d floor. 3 roonu; heat, gas,
hot water; -newly painted and papered. 127
Ind. arc. de2a-3t
FOR RENT Flat, of three unfurnished rooms;
third floor; convenient for light housekeep
ing. 421 10th St. Iiw. de2S-3t
R003IS AXD BOARD.
TAYLOR'S MODERN" HOTEL-Centrally located,
G43 La. ave., corner 7th st., rooms $2.50 a
week up; moderate prices for first-class table
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms; with or
witiiout board; reasonable. 120 E st. ne.
FOR RENT Large, pleasant 2-story room; south
ern exposure; to two joung men, with board;
department clerks preferred; reasonable terms.
1333 It St. nw. dr29-;t,em
FOR RENT Two furnished front rooms,
board, 1st and 2d floors. 1021lStlv-st.
ROOMS AND BOARD,
$21 and upward. 1007
FOR REXT Desirable rooms, with board. In pri
vate family. 1010 lltli st. nw. de28-3t
ROOM ASD BOARD for $4 per week; liorae cook
ing. 025 I St. nw. de23-3t
LARGE room, $35 for tiro, Kith board;
men preferred. 1017 12th st. mr.
FOLLOW THE CROWD and you will certainly
"bring up" at the Genoa, 800 and 80S 12th
St.; satisfy your appetite; only SI, table board,
equal to any to a week in the United States;
plenty fruit, pure cream, and butter; steaks and
chops all broiled; beautiful rooms, a. m. i.;
reasonable rates to transients. P. H. JIOOBE,
Jfgr.; 'phone 12S7. oclS-tt
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE-S1.400 for 1002 N. J. ave. se.; lot
20x130, with stable; brick house, 8 rooms and
cellar. JOHN" F. 1XINU1IOK ck iOsf, 308 East
Capitol tt. de29-4t
FOR SALE A bargain, 1331 Linden st ne., half
sciuare from cars; Just cotnDlcted; 0 rooms
and bath: a. m. L; wide pared alley; Grano
lithic sidewalk; small cash payment; balance
25 per month. Apply to- owner, "PERCT II.
litbMXL, 1208 G tt. nw. " " ' ae23-7t,em
WASUIXCTOX, D. a, POSTOFFICE NOTICE.
Should be read daily, aa changes may occur at
FOREIGN MAILS are forwarded to the ports
of sailing daily, and the schedule of closings is'
arranged on the presumption ol their trninterrupc-j
ed overland transit. Fcr the week ending Decem
ber SO, the last connecting closes will be made
from, this office aa follows:
31allai for Sonih and Central Amer
ica, West I nil I en. Life.
SATURDAY (b) At' 7:15 p. m, for BARBADOS
AXD NORTHERN BRAZIL, per s. s. Cear
ance, from Xew- York, via Vzn and Manaos.
Malls for NEWFOUNDLAND, by rail to Xorth
Sydney, and thence via steamer, close here daily
except Sunday at 12:00 m., and on Sundaes only
at 11-30 i. m. (d) (h)
Mails for MIQUELOX. by rail to Boston, and
thence via steamer, dose here dally at 3:15 p.
CUBA MAILS close here via. Port Tampa. Fla.,
Sundaes, Wcdm-sdats, Thursdays. and Fridays, at
2:20 p. m. (f) '"'
Via Miami. Fla.. MondaysvTuck-dars. and Satur
days, at 10-30 a. m. (f) ,,, o
Malls for MEXICO overland, unless especially
addressed for despatch by ateamers sailing from
New York, close here dairy at 10:30 a. ro., and
10:00 p. m. (k) -' "
Malls for COSTA RICA. BELIZE. PUERTO
CORTEZ, and GUATEMALA, by rail to New
Orleans, and thence via steamer, close here dally
at 10:00 p. m., the conneeting.closea for which
being Sundays and Tuesdavs for COSTA RICA,
and Mondavs for BELIZE. PUERTO CORTEZ, and
GUATEMALA, (c) '
Mails for AUSTRALIA (except West Aibjtralia.
which goe via Europe, and New Zealand, which
goeo via San Francisco). HAWAII and FIJI ISL
AXDS, via Vancouver, clofee here daily at 6:33
p. m., up to December 30, Inclusive, for despatch
per a. s. Aoranai. (o) - ,
Mails for CHINA. JAPAN. HAWAII, and
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via .San Francisco, close
here daily at G:35 p. 'm.,"up to January 1, in
elusive, for despatch per s. a. Civile (o)
Mails for HAWAII, via San Francisco, close
here dally at G:35 p. ni., up to January 5. in
clusive, for despatch per s. s. Australia, fo)
Mails for AUSTRALIA (except West Australia).
NEW ZEALAND. HAWAII, FIJI and SAMOAX
ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close here daily
at 0:35 p. m., after Dec-emtser 30. and up to Jan.
uary 20, inclusive, for despatch fstr s. s. Moana.
Mails for COCHIN CHINA are forwarded to
New York for connection with Eurofsean eteamera.
IIPIIILIPPINE ISLANDS (MlliUrV Mill), de
(patched to San Francisco at all closes for that
office, to connect with Government transports, the
sailings oi wnicn are irregular.
(b) Registered mails close at 1:00 p. m. same
(c) Registered mails close at S:G0 p. m. same
(d) Registered malls close at 5:00 a. m. same
(t) Registered mails close at 1:00 p. ra. pre
(h) Registered mails close at 12:00 p. m. pre
(k) Registered mails close at S:00 p. m. pre
(o) Registered mails close at G:00 p. m. pre.
JOHN" A. MERRITT. Postmaster.
TOR REXT FLATS.
I"OR RENT 5-room flat; a. m. L; bark yard and
shed; good section; near cars; ne. .Address.
BOX 5. this office. deSO-St
FOR REXT I Use a number of nice. 4-roorn
flaLs. llth and C se., one square from cars:
perfectly private; just built; see litem; $8 per
month. S. CA11R. 1333 F t. nw. de2-3t.cm
FOR RENT 3-room flat, Mass. ate., $19. For
printed drscriptlon, addrrs BOX 2, tilt" of
FOR HEXT Flat, 5 rooms" and kitchen: only
15. 913 7th st. nw. dea-3t
FOR RENT Four room flat; beat, water, and.
gas; cheap. 2103 Ward Place, X. IL ave. and
M st nw. de2i 3t
FOR RENT-Flat of tour rooms; hot and cold
water. 921 O st. de3t'
LOs,T Iflth, diamond Fleur de 15s stick pin. Lib
eral reward if returned to MRS APPLEBY,
Grafton Held. lt.em
I-O-sT December 20. one red Irish teriier, sixteen
inches high; answeiH to name of Tnra; long
wiry hair. Reward if returned to WALTER DAN
IEI Sl7 Pennsylvania ate. It
I.QS.T Pin. three opals, surrounded by small dia
monds, on Pa. aie., Wtweeti I2th and T3th
sts.. or Raleigh cafe. Return and receive reward.
1616 llth t. nw.. first flat. It
IXST Tuesday, the Seth, ladj's gold-case witch
with chain and locket. Gcssd reward If re
lumed to 201 K t. nw. - de29-3t
LOST Red wagon gate; $1 reward. 1729 13th st.
NATIONAL OYSTER HOUSE-1341- Xew York
. ave. nw. ; orders shucked direct from the'
shell. J. I. POWELL. Pcp. de2;-3t
rOL'ND Ice crram. pure and delicious. 70e. per
gallon. LACEY CREAMERY CO., W7 N. Y.
ire, nw. 'I'hnne. 2W.1. ieST-tl
roll SALE I'lAXOS.
FOlt SALE Square pianol rosewood case; best
made; sweet tone; in perft-ru condition; must
be seen to be appreciated: 33, FRIES tt HOP
WOOD, eih and K sts. nwi . 1 de29-3t.em
FOR .S Vl.E MISCEl.ij.AXEOlS.
VI.Et-mall skye dog. tcliite bull dog.
English digree. DR. MAL-
IjORY, 215 15th st. ke.
SACRIFICE SAL1-JX3 will bjiy a Monarch, ineu.
bator'ln good order, onO -gg sire, f Isiught
quick; cost $100. Address BOX 4, this office.
de."V3t - - - -
- Chickering piano for $s if sold uy
2sill Dumlsirton ave. de30-3t
lOR SALE Diamonds, watches, jewelry; eay
patments; will call with samples; F st.
jettelrv house. Addres IIOX 7, this effice.
WANTED S.juarc pianoa. for shipment to our
country blanches; liberal allowance made in
exchange for new upright. Call or write, stating
make of your square piano, F. G. SMITH. 1223
Pa. aie. de30-tf
FOR SALE Best stovepipe:
K st. nw.
10 cents joint. 716
FOR SALE Two fine folding lsed-: mirror fronts.
FRIES & HOPWOOD. Sth and K sta. nw.-de29-3t.em
FOR SALE Two 7.feet nickel showcases; $1.54
each. Sth and K sts. nw-. de29-3t.em
FOR SALE Safes: easy terms; all sis; safes
opened and rttiaired. 1313 F st. nw.
PRIVATE SALE 225 D st. nw.. bedroom, dining
room, snd kitchen furniture. CalL before 10
a. ni-sand after 4 p. ni. Xo dealers. de23-3t
FOIl SALE Pwn ticket tor diamond ring; in
tor $70; cheap. Addn-ns BOX 042, this office.
FOR SALE Portable oven;
cheap. 121 Mass. ave.
small bread route;
FOR SALE A carload of fine upright pianos for
the holiday trade; good uprights for $130
and $200 on $5 monthly imj ments. F. G. SMITH,
1225 Pa. ave. de27-tf,em
FOIl SALE $0 for hair mattresses. In two parts;
lounges, $2.75; $0 cook-and heating stoves, $3;
parlor and bedroom suites, $1 per week;- we arc
after furnishing tour house, cash or credit. RED
MOND. 311 and 313 7th st. nw. de4-tf,ein
FOR SALE Coke; oven coke, better than gas
coke, $2.50 per load; ne. and se., $2.75 per
load; northwest and southwest orders booked at
909 F at. nw.; cash with order. dc7-tt
FOR SALE Good trustify opaque shades, fitted to
your windows, only tic; the best quality
oil opaque shades. 50 ceMs: hung tree; will call
with samples. KLEEBLATrs, llth and H sla.
COLUMUIA, B1TORE LEWIS I. O'SEIL. A
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. THOMAS E.
WAOGAMAS, Plaintiff, s. CHARLES HER.
BERT, otheraise called COURTLAM) HER
BERT, Defendant. At Law. No. 29230.
A summons in due form having been issued out
of this court to 1 laful constable of this District
for the said defendant, and the tame hating
been by said constable returned "Not to be
found," it is hereby ordered that said defendant
cause his appearance to be entered herein on or
before the 18TH DAY OF JANUARY, 1900, AT 10
O'CLOCK A. M., otherwise -the cause will be pro
ceeded with as in case of default.
LBWIS . 0"N"EAL,
JuaHc ol the Peace.
dc23.30ja0 District of Columbia.
IN JUSTICE. COURT BEntefcjUSTICE. LEWIS
I. O'NEAL. A JUSTlC&OFlirillf PEACE..1S
AND FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
CATIIERIXE A. BURKE, -plaintiff, vs. C.
HERBERT, trading as,.';IlERBERT ct CO.,
Defendant. At Law, No.,29220.:
A summons in due form lisv-lng been issued out
of this court to a lawful jttmstable of this Dis
trict for the said defendanejand the same having
been by said constable iet'urnecr'Not found," it
is hereby ordered that said defendant cause his .ap
pearance to be entered herein on or before the
1STH DAYOF JANUARY.tJSOOiAT 10 O'CLOCK
A. M., otherwise the cause (-rill ke proceeded with
as in .case of default, ,ju'
LEWIS' 17 O'NEAL.
Justice of the Pcace.t .. New stylish papers-finest work only $2 up. F.
District of Columbia. rC. NOLTE, 810 Dtli st. NO BRANCH. dcM-tf
" FOR SALE OR REXT HOUSES.
Revl Eitate Broker and Auctioneer.
917 F Street N. W.
FOR 'SALE S'ORTIIWEST.
I09 lo 1413 30th, Ir, Uth. and a m L (Each). $3,001
nij am. i n. w, lot 14XS4 ft
S01 23th, b b. 2 stories, Cr, a m 1...
2133 U.bb,' sfotlea, 6V, a m 1
201ft 2d, I h. Or, large porch
39 N, b h, 6r nd bath 2.t
418 loth, b h. 4r ancToack building 2.7"
342 and 341 It, l.h'a, 5r each, stable (both). 2,iM
JOS 9th at, f h. cellar, 8r, bath, a m 5 $5,500
1131 3d st. b b, 4r; lot 21x90 s.000
1127 12th, b h, tti bath and m i S.600
G20 O st, b h, 6r, bath and a m I S.50J
Will, sir and dwelling. 5f 3.20J
01 15th at, store and dwelling S.S30
C2I L, b b, Gr, bath and m I WW
1136 Sth, b h, S stories, 2r, lot 18x105 ft.... l.iM
203 A. b h, llr, Uth and a ra I
202 A, b h, ltr, bath and a in I
218 N J ave, b h. llr. bath and a m i
Intersection of irjtois ave and 1 st. 5.571
. c t.t i..r . i. rt.
$42 per month.. ..f..i 0,009
43J to 439 2d. b b's, Gr. a m L (Each).... 5.500
2Hbh, r. bath and a m 1 3.
321 and 323 D. b h's, ejr each. (Each).... 3.000
15 L. t h, r. lot 25x103 ft.., I."
Hit K. f h, Sr, lot 20x102 ft I.00
1131 N J ave. b h, 4r J.SM
K, I h, 5r. lot 14x111. Cash W
FOR nEXT IipUSlS.
1318 norida ave. nw.. 8r $25 50
1235 Gth st. nw., 7r
826 Sth t. ne., 7r 20 00
Shop, rear 1115 llth st. nw 20 00
Corner 4fith and Lowell ata. (Wesley
Height.). 8-r 25 00
70 D sL ne., 6r 21 1
IS Dcfrees St., Cr 18 30
Comer uth and Providence sts. (Brook
land), 8r 16 00
1305 V st. nw., Gr 13 30
108 X. Capitol st., 4r 12 00
-t- .... nun eiiipiovcmeuts, isun
Store and dwelling, 2012 llth St. nw.. llr..$30 00
store and dwelling. 1921 E st. and 439 mtn
st. cw., lor. 40 00
Hall, third floor. 419 10th st. nw 35 00
Store and dwelling. 401 K at. ne., 7r 23 00
Storeroom and part of cellar, GOO 9th st,
ne , 23 00
Warehouse, corner High and Water sts 20 00
Store and dwelling. 1240 llth St. se., 9r.... 12 W
Warehouse. 913 Md. ale 5 00
Wood yard south side G st., between 2d and
3d st. sw 5 00
Call for semi-monthly Bulletin.
FOR REXT HOUSES.
FOR- REXT $3 per month. 2-room brick, Mar
land ave.; white married couple without chil
dren. Apply 401 Sth st. ne. It
FOR REXT G-room frame, water and gas; will
put in good repair for good tenant: 215 F
nw. Encmire ROOM II, Central b!dg., 9th and
Pa. ave. de-29-3t
FOlt RE.NT-$26; 8 rooms, pantry, bath, large
yard and side lot; near bcrdics and cars.
723 22d nt. nw. de28-3t
FOR RENT U02 Gth st. nw.. 10 rooms: a. m. i.;
perfect condition; onlr $23. W. P. MLTCALF,
1303 F at. nw. deil-lf
FOR RENT 1123 Xew Jersey aie. nw., 8 rooms.
in. 1.. F.T); Ttri 21th nw.. i rooms, $12.30; 2
5-rooms. Hughes' Court. $7.30. Encpiire of F. L.
WILLIAM--. 300 5th St. nw. de27-4t
FOR HEXT 442 Q st. nw.;, all modern improve
ments; arranged for tiro" families; $18.50.
3IOXEY" "WASTED AXP TO MAX,
613 FSt. N. VV.,
Is the cbeapeat place In the city to borroar
money on" furniture, pianos, etc.; no removal,
publicity, or delay. Lean can run from one to
twelve months. Charge ycu only for the time
3'ou keep it. Costs nothing to investigate our
method. Come and see us before closing else
where. Private cfBcc. Business confidential.
Columbia Guarantee Company,
613 F St. N. W.
MONE. $50,000 NONE,
To loan en fumltarr, ptinoi, etc., without re
moval or publicity and the day you ask (or it.
We H1 loan any amount malcin; time and pay
mcnU to suit, ctrinff one month or one jear as
you dftire, and at rates that ou can afford to
pjy. ir you now hare a loan with any other
corcpany and desire more money, pre m a call.
Will as cheerfully make a $10 loan as $101. and
no charpe or expense if loan is not made. Always
ready and will.n to gire Information rfnardin,;
ratea and methods to tccure loan. We are the
oldc.tt loan company in the city, ami will Rive
you homt treatment. All huiinos strictly con
tUential. Prirate offices.
Washington Mortgage Loan Co..
GIO F Street N.W.
Loans of $10
aud uiivrarcjM ninil
.sFLItXlTUHE, 4kvSos, iioitsns.
Watrona, etc.. at lbVMirt'te-i and on the day
you apply. We areloarttoffon the Building and
Loan Association plan, which ma Us the cct oi
carrying loans rrnch less than you pay else
where and allows you to pay it off in any sized
notes you driirel runninp from one to twclre
months. You only pay for the u' of money foi
the lenjftlt of time jou carry it. If you have a
loan with 'some otheT comrny xve will pay it
off and adrancejou more money If deiired. Itatc:
cheerfully clcn and no cot to you unless loan
is mad. Loins made anywhere In the District.
Call and pfi rates. Front room, firt floor. Sci
entific American Building.
National Mortgagee Loan Co
625 F Street N. V
MONEY TO LOAN
PIANOS, ETC., without removal from, your po-m-'wi.
or on warehouse receipts. Any amount
from $10 up on loa? or abort time and at lowest
ratn of interest. We are the only properly-or-eauixed
lean company, and it will pay jou to ne
gotiate a loan through us. Xo trouble, delay,
or publicity. 0f3c3 private. Loans made in
any part of the city.
SECURITY LOAN COMPANY
Room 1, Warder Building,
Corner Slnth .and F Streets N. W.
Money to Loan
If ycu are in need of money, we desire to in
form'ynu of our new method. Ve can secure you
a loan on an easy monthly payment plan, at 1cm
cost than ever before and below tle rate of any
other company in the city. You can pay in full
at any time after the loan is secured, and it will
only cost you for such time as ycu have had the
money. Our business is strictly private, and all
applications are treated confidentially. If you
have a loan with any other concern you can se
cure a loau through us to pay it and get more
money if desired. It will pay ou to call and see
us before going elsewhere. We are ready at any
and all times during efflce hours to give informa
tion concerning ou business methods, and you
will receive courteous treatment.
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.,
apl3.tt 002 F St. N. W.
110NEY TO LOAN at 3H. 3, 4, and 454 pel
cent, in sums of 1,000 to ?10.OO0 on D. C
real estate; pay off 5 and 6 per cent mortgages
and begin anew; all transactions conducted with
economical consideration for borrowers. WaL IL
SAUNDERS CO., 1407 F St. nw. Jyl-tf-em
WANTED To borrow, $J0 for 45 days, at once;
will cive $10 for the use of same; (rood se
curity. Address BOX G60, this office. d'C0-3t
MOSEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED COLLAT.
ERAL No delay. CHARLES A. BAKER,
Rooms 40 and 14, Meuerott Building-, 1110 F st.
110NEY loaned salaried people and retail mer
chants upon their own names, without se
curity; easy payments. TOLMAN, Room 48, 008
811 (i st. oc22-lyr
HAI'I'J' New Year's, cwcibody, and many of
them. This is the last of the holidars for
I some time to come, so you can set "settled
I down" noU and let tit start nanerina- tt.es fnnms.
Baltimore & Ohio
RAILROAD. " '
ScIietEfie in effect December" 44, 1899.
Leave Washington from station corner of Xew
Jersey Avenue and C Street, t .
For Chicago and Northwest, Vcstibuled,Umited
trains 10:35 a. m.; 8:05 p. m., dally.
For Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Indianapolis,
Express, 10:55 a m. Yestibuled Limited 3:10 p.
m., express 12:03 night, dally. . .
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, 1033 a. m. ar.c)
3:30 and 11:53 p. ni., dally.
For Columbus. Toledo and Detroit, 12;05 night
For Winchester and way stations, S:33 a. m
and 3:40 and 5:30 p. in.
For Lurar. 3:40 n. ni. dallr. ....
For Baltimore, week days. xS-Sit." 5":00, 6:30.
x7:03. x7:10. 3.8:30. 8:33. x9:S0;-xI0:O0 a. m.
xl2:03 n., 12:13. xl:15. x3:00, x3:3ll, xl:30. 1:33
x5:03, x5:I0. x5:30. x0:2O, 6:30, xb:00, xl0:0
xll:30, xll:35 p. m. -Sundays,- x2:S5; xlM
x7:I0, 8:30, i9:f a. m., xl2:05. 1:00, 1:15
x3:00, 4:35, xi.-tS. j5:10, 6:30, x:00, Xl0:0,
xll:30, xll.SJ p. m.
For Annapolis, 7:10 and 8:33 a. m.-. 12:13 and
5:30 p. m. Sundays. 8:30 a. in., 4:33 p. m.
For Frederick, week etay, 8:30," 10:35 a. m.,
4:20, 5:30 p. m. Sunilays, 9:00 a. ra., 1:15 n. m
For Hagrrstown. -10:25 a. in. and 3:30 i. m
For Boyd and way points, week days, 8:2.
a. m., 4:30, 5:30, 7:03 p. ui. Sundays, 9:00 a. m.,
1:15, 7:05 p. ra.
For Catthcrsburg and way-points', Nveek days.
8:35 a. m., 12:50. 3rf. 1:30. 4:33. S:!0. 7:03
11.25 p. m. Scndars, 9:00 a. in. LIS, sl:S3, 7:03
10:15 p. m.
For Washington Junction and way points,
week days, 8:35 a. in.. 4:30, 5:30 p. hi. Stmdais,
8:00 a. m., 1:15 p. m. ' '-
Itoyal niur I.lMe. '
. AH trains illuminated with Pintsc'i. light.
For Raliimore, Philadelphia, Xew- York, Boston
and the East, week days, 7:05- (Diner). 8:3
(Buffet). 10:00 (Diner) a. m., . 1J:0 (Dir-eri
1:15 (Diner). 3:00 "Royal Limiied." E
clusively Pullman Train. Dining Car, 5:0
(Dining Car), 8:00, 11:30, and 2;33 night, (S'e-p
ing Car open at 10:00 o'clock).. Sundaes. 7:03
O:00 a. m., 12:05 noon. 1:15 Dining firs. 3:ft"
5:05 Dinin Cars, i-.'fl, 11:30, and 2:35 night
(Sleeiiing Car open 10:01 o'clock).
Parlor Cars e.n all clay trains.
For Atlantic City, 10:CO a. m., 12:03" noon, and
1:15 and 3:90 p. m. week days. 12.-03.noon Sun
For Cape May, week days. 12:0.1 and 1:15 p. m
Except Sunday. xEspress trains.
Baggage called for and checked from bote
ind residences by Unkn Transfer Co. on o:de-.-eft
at ticket offices;- 9 l'ennsjlrania Avenu
N.W., New York Avenue and 15th Street, and ai
F. D. UNDERWOOD, D. B. MARTIN.
2d V. P. and Gen. Msn. Men- Pass. Trafli'-
Norfolk & Washington
Ererv daj in the ear for .Nvilclk, New-
pott Nrwj., und .1! puini. Sutli, by tlie
"" " t!nsrh nriuruaf ill aasl -t .1 j. j",.
"Newport New.," "Norfolk," slid "VWh-
rajion. ci. tae lollowlrg sibedjle:
'. tt ashlngtoli.6.---- pin Lv. l,rtt-:!ou:ll.5.00 pni
r. A!eiandria7.00 pm J Lv. Norfolk 5.45 pm
r. ft. llonrcie.7.00 am I I.. Ft. llomoe..6.U t.m
'. Norfolk S.IXI am) -r. .Mexl.diia..6.J0 am
'. Portsmouth.b.15 am , At. Washiogton..7.0J am
- Ticlrta uh tale at S17 l'cnn. ale., B. and
- O. ticket othcev cl'J rYi.n. ale., add cornti
- 15th St. at.d N. Y. s.e-., USD. ticket of.
- n't-a. at 513 Pmn. aie.. and UTJ 14th at.;
- S. A. L. ticket effless, U34 N. Y. aie., and
- on board stralru-is.
taTFor further intunratiun applv at gen-
- eral orae-n: 7th tt. whatf. Wash. D. C.
- 'Phone. 750.
!S-tf JOHN I AI.LA1IAN. General Uatiager.
and F Sts.
Oldest in age; loosest healed:
Regular graduate two schools
Authorized by the District Government to treat
ll.liseasof tlic-New. Tlirr4it.-ldT.t:i.gs,5Ie-ir-,
Wsm Krain ltlnntt. SCin. Rtomac-ll. EicIlieV.l.aDcl
Bladder. Night Itsscm, Pcxtial WcakLcrS unci all I
-?I?cia! Du.ca.ses of cither sex. Stricture, Viulccccl, j
and Hydrocele; cured without CT-ttlngoreipcratioiu'
No rasln. No Iws of time. A proran ana jer-
inancntcureguarantetsl, Syphilisan slhgecutv.l
for life without mercury or rotnatu Noexiure.
MEDICINE; FURNISH ED.
Dallv Office Hours 10 to 1 iuvl 3 to 6. L'tiolay
EXPERT SPECIALIST in the cure of all private
diseases. Hydrocele. Varicocele, Stricture, Im
potency, and Syphilitic Diseases positively cured.
Adiice and consultation free. Both eexes. Daily,
9 to 12, 2 to 5, Tuesday, Thursday, snd Saturday.
Evenings, 7 to 8.
003 P Street Xort weal.
(Oosed Sunday.) mbSO-tl
S18 12TI1 ST. V.W.
Office Ilcurs: t to-12 a. m.. 6 to 8 p m.
da-s, 2 to 4 p. re
DISEASES OF MEN. Longest establUh-cl.
equipment south of New Yerk.
Extended to January I. 1903.
All cnllinson'or before Pfjpp
then 11 ill be cured 1 IVL.I-.
Don't Wait and Then Recrct.
Offk-r haurs, from
19 a. is, to p. ra,.
djvti. sr.il S tar
Oat 5 lia 3 p. m.
SiirtlaH. jo to L
817 9th it, corner Li
M.. Vtlilr.(rton. D,
d5-tf LADY IN' AlTT-vn-VVOK
H. K. FULTON'S
Ninth Street N. V.
lloney loaned on diamond, watches, jecrelry,
Mrs. DR. RENNSR,
in obstetrics. Gold medal Awjrdcd for the cclence
c! obstetrirs from the UnlTersity of Munich. !!-
varia. Treits successfully vroTstm'5 fcmplicitlotu
atd iiresubiritics; priwle unitarivm tvt Udin
before and Uurins couliurmcnt. Infants adopted.
Office hours, 2 to 6 p. ra. 613 Pa.- are. nw..
Waahitiston, V. C ulD-ti,
Dr. A. H. TAYLOR,
900 F St, N. V.
Gold fillinjrl and bridge work a specIaUy, at
the lowest prices; amalgam nlline;, SOc; full aeti
of teeth on plates, 95; extracting, cither by gas
or local spray, absolutely painless, 60c; with
out, 25c; all work done by expats' and guar
anteed the best; open on Sundais from 10 to 4
o'clock. - -nth22-tf-cm
LADIES who are despondent and in trouble can
obtain sympathy, counsel, and aid by address
ins Willi stamp Dlt. STEVENS, Buffalo, N. Y.
GYPSY PAUIIST has returnecL 1022 7th st. nw.
10c: walk up. Hours, 0 till 9 p. ra.
ENJOY yourselves for this is XrrrM week; you can
save lots of money by calling; bn us for an
elegant custom-made suit or an overcoathat is
just a little worn, for such a little money that
will make you happy. JUSTH'8 ,OU) STAND,
619 Dlt. ., d26-Tt
SI11E. BETTA. Card Reader; your fortune for 10
and -in cents; extra reading, 23 cents. 921
4th at. nw. dc23-Ct
UXIE. DAVIS, born clainroyant and card reader,
tells about business, remOTes spells and eril
influences, reunites the separated, and gives luck
to all; curej piles and drunkenness. 1228 Uth st.
FOlt SAI.K DICYCI.11S.
FOR SALE Gentlemen's Columbia, ?8; jent's.
Eclipse, ?0; Rambler. 3; Isovs. girls', and
ladies;' wheels, $5' up. CYCLE EXCIIANXE. 710
10th st. nw. d30-3t
FOR SALE Oentlcman's bicvcle';' fine condition;
late model; $10. 1310 Ctb tt. nw. de29-3t
STATION CXHINER OF Simi ISD WSL
TOS A. M. WEEK DATS, PITTSBURG EiV
PRESS Parlor and Dining Cars Harrlsborr U
10:M A. U. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED-PuII-man
Sleeping, Dining, Smokier, and Observa
tion Cars Harrlsburg to Chicago, CincinatI,
Indianapolis, St. Louis. Cleveland, and Toledo.
Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisburg
.10:50 A. M. FAST LINE Pullman Buffet Parlsr
Car to Hanisburg. Buffet' Parlor Car Jlarrtt.
burg tc Pittsburg.
:M P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUX3 .HX-PRESS-SIeeping
Car Washington to St. Louis,
and Sleeping and Dminr Cars Ilarrisburg to
Indianapolis. St. Louis. Louisville Ivia Clncin--nati),
7:20 P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS-Pullman Sleep
ing Car to Pittsburg and Cnicago. DinlLg Car
, to Chicago.
7:23 P. M. SOUTHWESTERN EIPRESS PuH.
rnan Slerptng Cars Washington to Pittsburg
and Harrisburg to St. Louis, Cleveland, and
Nashville, via Cincinnati and Louisville. Din
10:4U P. 11. PACIFIC EXPRESS Pullman Sleep-
ing Car to Pittsburg.
7:55 A. M. For Kane, Canandaigua. Rochester,
and Niagara Falls, daily, except Sunday.
10:50 A. U. For Elmlra and Renoio daily, ex
cept Sunday. For Williamsport dally, 3:S0 P.
7:20 P. M. For Williamsport, Rochester. Erie.
Buffalo, and Niagara Falls dailv. except Sat
urday, with Sleeping Car Washington to Roch
ester. 10:40 P. II. For Erie, Ccandaigua, Rochester,
Ruffalo. and Niagara Falls daily. Pullman
Sleepine; Car Washington to Rochester Satur
For Philadelphia, New York, and the
4:00 P. M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED."
daily, alt Parlor Cars, with Diniig Car from
Baltimore. Regular at 7:00 (Dinicg Car). 7.20.
7.S5, S.15, 9.00, 10.00 (Dining Car), and Il.ttl
(Dining Car from Wilmington) A. L, 12.13.
S.15. 5.00 (D.-ning Car from Iialtiriore). 6.50.
10:00. and 11:30 P. IL On Sunday, 7:00 (Dining
Car). 7.20. 8.15, 0.00. 11.0C (Dining Car from
Wilmington) A. M-. 12.15, 3.13. D.00 (Dining
Car from Baltimore), 6:3.1. 10.00. and 11:50 P.
IL For Philadelphia cnly. Express. 12.15 P. IL
week-days, 2.01. and 5.40 P. II. daily.
For Boston, without change, 7.53 A. M. weel
data and 5.00 P. Jl. dally.
For Baltimore, 6.20. 7.00. 7.20. 7.55. 3.15. 9.00.
10.00. 10.30, 11.00 A. !.. 12.15 12.45. 12.5.
S.01. 3.1J. 3.30. 4.00. (Limited). 4.20, 1. 5.00,
S.40. .15. 0.5J, 7.20. 10.00. 10.40. 11.33, and
11.50 P. IL On Sunday,, 7.00, 7.20. 8.13. S.00,
8.03, 10.30, 11.00 A. St.. 12.13. 1.1S. 2.01. 3.15.
3.30. 4.00, (Limited), 4.20, 5.00. 5.40, 8.15, 8-S().
7.20. 10.00. 10.40. and 11.50 P. M.
For Pope's Creek Line, 7:53 A. M. ad 4:31 P. II.
For Annapolis. 7:00 and 9:O0 A. JL. 12:15 and
5:40 V. at. week elaye. Suodajs, 9:00 A. Ji
and 4:20 P. II.
Express fcr Florida and points on Atlantic Coan
Line 4:5) . JL, 3:07 P. Jl. daily; Richmond
only. 11.43 A. 51. week days: Atlanta Special,
via Richmcrd and Seaboard Air Lir.. 5:00 I'
M. daily. Accommodation for Qnantico, 7:13
A. Jl. daily and 4:23 P. JL week das
For Atlantic Cily (via Delaware Itiier Bridg.
all-rail route). 3.15. 4.0f). ("CccgTesslonsI Lim
ited"), and 1LS0 P. Jl. daily. Via. Jlaiket
Street Whatf. 10.00 aid 11.00 A. JL. 12.13 P
JI. week days. 11.50 P. 51. dailv.
For Cape Hay, 11.00 A. JL week dais. 11.50 P. M.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth acd G Streets.
and at the ststicn. Sixth aud It Streets, where
orders can be left for the checking of baggigs
to destination from hotels ar.d residences.
Telplv.r.e call "1141" for Pennsvlrania Its',!-
rosd Csb Service. ,..,
J. B. IILTCIHN'sON, J. R. WOOD.
Ceneral Manager. Ceneral Pa-stngei. AgenX
(Scheslule in effect December 10. 1SOT.)
All trains arriie and leaie I'cunsiliania Pas
8:01 A. IL Daily, local fcr Daniille, Char
lotte, and way stations connects at Jlanassas daily
lor Strasburg, Harriscnburg, and Staunton daily,
except Sunday, and at Lynchburg with the Norfo.k
and Western daily, and with C. & J. It. R. for
Natural Bridge daily, and Lexington daily, ex
cept Sundai; also ccnnccts at Caiwrton foi War
11:13 A. JL Daily, the UNITED STATES FAST
JLML, Pullman Slaopers New York acd Wash
ington to Jacksonville. unitiLg at Salisbury with
Pullman Sleeper for Asheiille and Hot ?prir.gs.
N. C; Isnoxlille, Chattanooga, and MttuphU.
Tenru, and at Charlotte with llillman Sltejsrr f.r
Augusta. Connects at Columbia with Sleeper tor
Charleston. Iullman Sleeper, New York to New
Orleans, uniting at Charlotte with Pullm!n?!eevr
for Atlanta, tsolid train, Masciington to New or
leans witiiout chance. Dining Car service.
11:30 A- JL Daily, local tor CharloussviIIe,
conn-cting at Calveftou for Watrenton.
1:01 P. IL-Local for Front Roial. Str-uburg,
and Harrisonburg. daily, except Sunday.
4:30 P. JL Dail. local for Charlottesville,
connects at Calvertcn for Warrentcn. .
9:30 P. M. IUil. NEW YORK S.ND FLORIDA
EXPREft"5, carries'l'ullliian Buffet blesspiy Cars,
New York and Washington to Tama and Port
Tampa, via Savannah and Jacksonville, acd to
Augusta, via Columbia, with connection for
Aiken. Through coach Washington to Jack
sonville. Dunns Car seriu-e.
9-50 P. JL Diilv. "WASIIIX'JTON AND CHAT
TANOOGA LIMltED," via Lynchburg, with
through Sleepers Itora New York and V;h!ugton
to Jlcmphis and New Orleans, Urongh ItristoL
Through coach Washington to JlentiHiu. Parlor
and Observation tar between Radford, Va"., and
Mlalla. Ala. Culr Car service.
1015 P. JL-Diily. WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN JtoTIRl'LEIl UJIITKD. com
posed ct Pullaan vestibtiled Sleepers, Dining
Cars and Dav Coaches. Pullman islcepers. New
York to Ni-hvillc. Tenn.. via Ashertrie: Knox
vil'.e. and Chattanooga; New York to Memphis,
via Birmireinn: New York so New Orleans, via
tlanta anJ Montgomery. Pullman. Library, and
Observation Car between New York and Wash
ington and Atlanta. Extra Drawing-room s'eep
irg car. between New York. Washington; and
New Orleans, eierv Tuesday and Saturday, ron
nectlng thence with "Sii.et Limited" for Sin
Francuco. Ve-ctiimled Dr Coach. Washington ts.
tlanta. Diring Csr crvice. sunset Personallv
Cor.docte.1 Touri't Ti union Sleeper on this
train every M.-nday, Wednesday, and Fridy to
San Francisco wilt-art charge.
TRUSS ON VT.WIISUTON AND OHIO DI
VISION leave Washington 9:01 A. Jl. elaili and
4-43 P. M. daily, except S;l..lay. and 6:23 P. Ji.
Sunday onlv, for Round Hill; 4:35 P. JI. dally, ex
cent Sunday; e:25 P. J!. Saturd.is, and 11:20 P. Jl.
Weunesdaia and .-aturdajn for Uesburg. and 6:i
P M daily for Herndon. Returning, arriie a.
Washington 8:26 A. Jl. dsily. snd 2:43 P.M. diili
except !unday, and 8:43 P. JI. Sunday only. fsuu.
Round Hill, and 7:06 A. JL dally, except Sundai.
trom Herndon. and S:34 A. JI. dailv. except Son
day; 7:06 A. JL Jloi.daja. and 7:32 P. JI. Wednix
dais and Saturdays, from Lersburg.
Through trains frcm the South arrive at Was'
ington 6:42 and 7:35 A. JL; 2:13 and S:5u P. Jl
daily. Harrisonburg. 12 noon daily, except Siu
day. and 9:45 P Jl. daily; from Cuarlcttesriit
8:28 A. M. and 9:15 P. JI. daily.
Tickets, sleeping car reservations, ard other in
formation furnished, and baggage called for ard
checked from hotel and residences by I'lii o
Transfer Company, on orders left at Ticket O:
flcesj, 70S Fifteenth Street northwest: 511 1'cni
sylvsnia Avenue northwest, and at Pennsylvania
Telephone call 1411 for Pennsylvania Railroad
Cab Service. ,
FRANK 8- GASNON, Tliird Vice President sad
J. JI. CUI.P. Traffic Jljnag-r. r
W. A. TURK. General Passenger Agent,
L. S. BROWN, General Agent.
FAST EXPRESS SERVICE.
NEW YORK-SOUTHAJIl'TON LOSDOS.
CALLING. WEST-BOUND. AT CHERBOURG.
Sailing Wcdntsdavs at 10 a. m.
RED STAB LINE.
Every Wednesday at 12 noon.
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COJIPAST.
Piers 11 and 13. N. R. Oitlcc. 73 Broadway, N. Y.
Philadelphia Office. SB-337 Walnut St.
WASHIXt;TOX OFFICE 1300 F ST. N. iV..
Or W. G. JIOSS. Arent. at Sanders & Stayman's.
1327 F St. nw.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAII.VAA
Intended Steamship Sailings from Vancouver.
J1PAN CHINA AN3 PHIllPPiflE ISUROS.
FJIPRESS OF JAPAN Jan. 29. April K
E.MPRESS OF riHXA Feb. I'D. -May 7
KJ1PHESS OF INDIA JIarcli 2C
HAWAIU1 ISUNOI.INO AUSTFltIA
AORANGI Jan. 5 1 JIIOWERA Feb. S
For rate apply 1229 Pennsilvanla Avenue.
E.LED PROPOSALS, endorsed "Proposals tor
OtBcers Ouartere." will be received at the
Bureau of Yards and Docks, Navy Department,
Washington, until 1 o'clock, JANUARY 13. lyrx),
and then and there publicly opened, for the con
struction of onc.l.rick building for officers estiart
ers at the Navy Yard, Washington, D. iX. Plans,
specifications, and forms, of proposal can be ob
tained from the Bureau. J!tRI)ECAIT. EN4U
COTT, Chief of-Bureau. December 20, 1809.
ileSO. Ja cm
REFOItll CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CIIUnCIIServ-
lees at C o'clock Sunday afternoon in Con-
fecierate Veterans Hall, 431 llth st. nw. AH are-
cordially invitc-d. lt.em
SECULAR LE.GLE, "Masonic Temple, Sundays,
S p. m. For December 31. essay, "Jlelchis
edec;" lecture by Prof. Craven, on "Htghet
Biblical Criticism." Seats frtt. it
s-x&,-.iis, .ti.jS&-.itTrs,s ,.v.