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TELE MORJST13SG .TIMES. TMrnfesPAYr JJEOJEMBEH 17, 1895.
X& ILf ALL WAMTS ff" (..E
HI. HIT DEFECTS
Commissioners Approve the Re
vised Police Code.
VEHICLES AND STREET OARS
All -Motor Curs Must Stun Before
Crossing: Other Truck-. N'riir Slile
Hull-Ann roved FlrovsorkM Entirely
Prohibited In ;!ie District llloveles.
on u 1'l.ino vvltli Vehicle.
Tor the last two months Prosecuting At
toruey for the District .James L. Pugh and
the three Commissioners bare lieeii hard
at work revising and amending the old
-police regulations, and the result of this
labor was formally adopted by the Com
Tliere are a great many changes made
necessary by rullncs of Hie police court
Judges, and Irregularities in the retaliations
themselves. The regulations will be pub
liMircl shortly, with a separate pocket
edition fur officers.
Then.o-t Important amendments arc those
relating to the speed of street cars, and
governing tiie ue of bicycles. Tiie former
Increase- lliu speed limit of cjrs to ten
uiiicR nil liour. but requires .ill cars to
lop tin t.'te near Hide of the street.
Ail rapid transit lines shall station a
flagm.i'i a I any intersection or their tracks
Tilth other, when the Commissioners deem
It necessary. The onieiiilni'-iil also provides
ttiat nil .-licet cars, whether propelled by
horse, cable or electric power, shall come
to a full Mop before crossing any railroad
track, and the conductor shall ascertain
that the track is clear by going ahead of
his car tic-fore Jt starts.
NO BICVCLE PRIVILEGES.
Bicycles are put on the same plane as
olhcr venules, and under the amendments
a blcjcle ri.ler can be proscculed for col
liding. Just as the driver of a horse mid
wagon i-au. The speed of blcvclc-s at street
crossings i limited to eight miles an hour,
and they dk compelled to make viy Tor
Pedestrians nt crossings. A tieli must at
all'lini'-s be on a machine, and they arc
required to display u lighted lamp after
daik. instead of after sundown, as under
the old regulations.
Thai dellctht of the small boy, fire
crackers, is also interfered with to a. very
largo extent by the new amendments. Hith
erto the only law regulating the discharge
of firecrackers "aud other fireworks in the
city was in Webb's Digct, and under it
firecrackers cau Ik? set oIT t any time, so
It was not done within two hundred feet
of any dwelling house.
This "Would enable mischievous urcliins to
get ou n "vacant lot or public reservation
aud blare nway to his heart' content.
Now, however, the discharge of fireworks
Is entirely prohibited within the city lim
its. The Commissioners have reserved tin
power to compel any street cir line to cease
traffic for auy length of time when It is so
ordered by them, and havefKed a jwually
for failure to comply will; such order.
This was done in order t i prevent a rep
etition of the Dunlop episode during the
Labor ilay parade a couple of jears ago
wlieu he refused to stop his tars on Seventh
street while the parade was crossing, lie
was Wed in the police court, but the law
was defective, as the regulations fixed no
Other regulations governing the running
of pawnbrokers' offices, the deposit of
dump ami w-asteon vacanllotsand ancm
ber of amendments of minor importance
have been raade aud adopted.
l'HOTKST AGAINST CltEMATOHY
Probable That Action as to Proponed
Drown Plant Will lie Koverxed.
The committee with a protest against
the location of the Smith crematory plant
on Twenty-rourth street near Rock Creek
has not jet arranged for a hearing by the
They lel quite sure they will be able
to have the action so far taken reversed,
but wish to muster all their strength.
It Is probable there will be little opposi
tion to their views etcept on account of
the approval already given Contractor
The Hrown plant, now nearly completed,
at the loot of South Cipitol street. Is
capable of disposing or all the garbage
ever collected In any month, except in
the heat or summer, by running twelve hours
a day. Uy running twcnty-rour hours it
will nearly .always keep up with the re
quirements, lint to be safe, the additional
plant Is wanted.
Contrai tor Warficld. ir obliged to go to
this additional great expense, wants the
second crematory when the delivery of
garbage will be made after a much shorter
It Is suspected hv some that the select Ion
or the proposed site for the Smith furnace
was (vim a view to develop such opposition
as to delav iulellmtely the building or It.
Copies of the pctltlnu or protest 'Will he
found nt theorfices of J. V. N. Iluyck, No.
1505 Pennsylvania avenue: Illil ic Johnston.
No. 1003 Pennsylvania avenue: Wescott.
Wilcox . Heiston. No. 1007 Pennsjlvanla
avenue, and C. H. Fickliug. Georgetown,
until noon today. They will then be pre
sented to the Commissioners.
.Additional names already signed arc as
George It. Sheriff, representing estate of
Q. L. Sheriff, corner Twenlv-second and N
streets northwest: S. W. Rlltenhousc. 1513
Twenty-eighth street: It. A. Neale. M. !..
80G Nineteenth street: W. C. Wm'ock, 2005
O street: Herbert G. Ogiicn. 1324 Nine
teenth street: Charlotte 11. Crosby, 180S
Massachusetts avenue: Mrs. Wilkinson Call.
11103 N street; Caroline Matthews, 12G2
New Hampshire nveuue: Evelyn Wnm
wrlgliU12GlNewlIampshireaveuuc:Amile P. M. Wood, 1206 New Hampshire avenue;
C. A. Stanley. 2127 K street; Mrs. U. 8.
Grant, 2111 Massachusetts avenue; A. P.
Fardou. 1918 I Blreet: llenrv C. Stewart,
Jr., G20 Fourteenth street: II. Clay Stewart,
620 Fourteenth; I). 11. Kucker, lK21Jefrer
son Place: L. W. Ledvard, 1311 Twentieth:
Woodbury lllalr, 1C51 Pennsj Ivan la avenue:
If so, sign this coujion- and send- it. to
THE TIMES, where it will be added to a
monster petition to bo presented to Congress.
You are paying tzvice what you should.
Walter B. Williams & Co., Aucts.
Twenty-Fourth Annual Sale
IJy oraor of th
Taunton Silver Plate Co.
Elegant Silver-plated Ware,
great variety of styles; Rogers'
Celebrated Cutlery ol every de
scription; French Mantel
Clocks, Banquet Lamps,
Bronzes, Opera Glasses, and
many useful articles suitable
. , At "nr
SALESROOM. CORNER 10T1I AND D
STS.. FACINel PENNA. AVE.
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M., 3 AND
7:30 O'CLOCK P. M.
Lartlc3 are particularly invited, and chairs
will be provided for their ccnirort. Out-of-town
purchasers can have tl.clr goods
packed free of charge. Every article
strictly guaranteed as represented, or
.1. P. HALL. Manager.
Taunton Silver Plate Company.
WALTER B. WILLIAMS A- CO.. -Aucts.
(113-5 1, cm
THOBOUGHI3RED running stock.
On Tliursaa). lieec-iuber It', nt 11
o'clock Miss Alodred. lay mare, ttiree jears
old. by Sir Modred, dam Ariel; Lndv
Teacher, bay mare, three jears old, by Sir
Moclrtd. dam Teacher; Off Hand, teiy geld
ing, two jears old, by Irish Order, dam
Impromptu: to be sold without reserve.
BENSINtiCR'S BAZAAR, 010 Ijl.uve.nw.
THOMAS DOWLIN'G A CO.. Auctioneers.
G12 p. ft. nw. Dead Letter Office Pale.
Catalogue of articles accumulated In the
De.nl Letter Ufrice to be sold at auction.
lly order of the Postmaster General.
liernard Oo"de. Superintendent Dead
Letter Orfice. Post-Offlce Department.
November P.O. 1SPB. The sale will com
mence on MDndnv. December 1G. 1803. and
will lie ron'lnmil dally at 10 a. m. and 7
p.m. until :l'e whole is disposed or. 1 enns:
Cash on delivery. del()-7t
LACE uirt.ilns laundered at 35c a
pair; moil orders promptly attended to
2r. 1" st. nw. It
CAKCESS curen svltnont (tie knife;
umpie rerereuees Sanitarium, 130
Q st. nw. CHARLES ALLEN, it. D.
JUST RIXEIVED Flee lot youn na
Iran parrots, guaranteed to talk: also
ruoi.k?js. cunanes, niock)ug birds, gold
fish. dogs. Slid tac-y pigeon BUHlllU'8,
712 12iii st. nw., Liraiuh 1S21 Pa arc.
GrtJNS. nitles. Itevotvers. loading Uioit,
nuiuera' outfits, watches. Jewelry.
'uit-irB. vloilna. banjos, mandolins, utubout
one ,alf regular dealers" pricea at PAWN
KliOl". No. lnO! E st. nw ncl-Gino
TOIt nr.N'T STAHIjIS,
FOR RENT CI.eap. a fine slnblc-2o
sbo leet; two apjrtmcnls: every con
venience: five stalls, with plenty of room
ror more: adjacent to HOO lltli st. se..
wliere apply: can rent cnncctil eicht
rum dwelling on iront street ir desired.
FOR RENT Large stable: cheap:
rear Penna- ave., near Capitol: rea
sonable terms. Address 4G1 Mu. ave.
FOIt RENT SUHURI1AN.
FOR RENT Suburban, at lirookland.
D. C, - blocks rrom cars, 7-roora rraroe;
cellar, bath and attic; latrobe, range: hot
and cold water, inquire I. S. HOLLIDGE,
care H'iks & Co. dec8
D..W. Flagler. 2114 California avenue: C.
J.ilill)er.2121 -MassacbusettKavenue: Rich
ard Smith. 1227 n street: George O. Col
gate, 1828 I strict: John C. Poor. 1721
Connecticut avenue: T. Jlcrrls Murray, M.
., 730 Seventeenth street: William K.
Ryan, the' PortUnd: Franklin Stutt. jr..
132G Hillverpiace: M. G.Jeckendorir.2018
Hlllyer tilace; J. W. W. .Macartney. 1712
Connecticut avenue: John Davis, 1211
Connecticut avenue: Francis R.Rimtns. 1420
K street: C. II. Poor. 1014 Tweuty-nrst
street: Calderon Carlisle, 1722 I street:
Mildred E. Carlisle. 1738 11 street: Cal
deron Carlisle, trustee, lot . square 4Si;
Elva M. Davis. 2121 R street; .1. H. liurnlL
2015 M street: Cassle Julian James, 1G02
Twentieth street: Sarah C. Thaw. 1231
New Hampshire avenue: W. Wall. 1918 N
street: Ulanche Woodward. 1925 N street:
G. William MeLan3hnn. 100 Twcntv-rirst
street: W. C. Whiitmore. 152G New Hamp
shire avenue: MlssJulLinna Walter Gales.
2013 N stre-et; William W. Christmas.
1120 Sixteenth street: W. W. Uunlefte.
102G Vermont avenae.
Annie Little, the young lady who swore
out a warrant In the police court Saturday,
charging Lawyer John C. roster with the
larceny of a gold ring, valued at $8. ap
nea nil before Warrant ClerKWasnburn ves
terilaj' and withdrew the charge. L.iw
yer rostcrsuccecded inurrangingthcniatter
outside of the court-
. . ,
Holiday Excursion Hute- -.In Pennsyl
The l'assenger Department of tiie Penn
sylvania Railroad -announces the sale of
Christmas arid New Tear holiday excursion
tickets to nil points oa its system of lines
east of Pittsburg and Erie, and west of
Elizabeth and Sen Girt, December 21st,
22d. 23d, 24th, 25th and 31st, and Janu
ary 1st, good for return passage until Janu
ary 7lh. 189G, Inclusive, at special reduced
rates. Tickets will also be sold to Fred
ericksburg; Richmond, Petersburg and other
Mints South on December 22d, 23d, 2.1th,
2Clh. 29th, 30th, 31st and January 1st,
good to return until January 3d, 189G, inclusive.
Ilv virtue ol u writ or fieri fncinsls-
sued out of the Clerk s Ornee or 1 tie Supreme
Court of lliejlistrictorcolumbiaann tome
directed I will sell at public sale for cash
In front of the Court House door onTuesday,
December 24, 1I-95, at 11 o'clock n. m..
all the right, title, claim and interest of
William biory In and to original lot 2, in
square 706, togeUier with tlioimprovements
thereon; seized and levied upon as Interest
or William Biory in said laud and told to
satisfy execution No, 3fc863 lu fuor of
ALBERT A. WILSON. IT. 8. Marshal.
DUNCANSON BROS.. Auctioneers.
novSS 30 lec3 7 10 14 17 21 21
FOB BENT ltOOMS.
FOR RK1VT lleslmlileuiiturnisheit flat
or 3 rot nis; nrlvtite ramlly: bath, beat
and gas. 1302 8 st. tiw. It
If OR KJSNT-Tifii tlcsirnblo rooms mi
first i ioor: centrally located. G2S I st.
FOR RENT-I'uniklK'il room, with
beau lor $5 n mouth: near Iienlle and
cars. .".00 Gth st. lie. ilnl7-3t
FOR IlENT-Two handsome rooms.
rosewood rurullure: prlvatcfaiiil)v.7C2
11th st. nw. ; clelTjyt
FOR RENT Fumis-hed rooms: In me
table: transients taken. 22G N. J. live,
FOR RENT Nice rurnlshnl rooms and
kucucu. 120 A st. ne., near Cipitol.
del 7-3 1
FOR RENT 32G C st. nw.. mod. imp.:
nicely furnished rooms, single or ill
suite, second and third floors: location
good: conveuleut to threelines or Kirs: iwit
light IiouseL.eiping:gn8 and heat de!7-3t
BOOMS lor rent signs f.c each at JOHN
r. 8IIEIRY. G23 D M. nw. nol'iM-lmo.
FOR RENT NhiIv fur. rooms, with
good Imam. GIG II St. n w. delG-St
FOR RENT Furnlsned rooms with
bo.irdt.Uso table bo.ird. At 1014 Kith
FOE KENT At Git O St. nw., mr
nibticd rooiiM vvltli Ugtit, heat acd tilth.
del 5-3 1
FOR KENT Two very lilt,
rooms: centlemen tire! cried
ball room: front room, $8; back room, $S;
uau room, .. u;ii uapnoist. iei.i-ot
THE JULIUS L'ANSBL'RCH
FURNITIRE 'AND CARPET CO.
-vLc. as yi
Ycr ? f '-Cr -rju Z&lLsc, j
S 1 -- 1
wtdst - cTc-flr
S'-f--L, y mjL,c.
JfONEV tTANTBU ASP TO LOAN.
WE take as collateral uny listed stock or
bond In any city nt the United States:
also old line life Insurance policies,
syndicate certificates, warehouse re
ceipts, real estate murtagus, and tresis.
YLEKEii & DAKER.-40 to 40 ileUerott
CT. IC. FULTON'S iinn oirica, 1218
Pat arc nw. Established In 1870.
Money loaned on watches, diamonds, Jew
nrv. silverware, elo. Special bargalas la
wntrhes. Jewelrj-. and silverware au20 Ufa
jvroNEY to lonn nt B ana o per cent.
ou District of Columbia realty; no delay
If security Is satlsractory.
WALTER H ACKER. 704 14tn nw
MONET TO IOAN m largo sumi.
or ns low- as 1.00J. at 5 and 6 per
rent on D. O. Teal estate: also $250. 9500,
S750. etc.. at per cent WM. tt. BAUBf
HERS A CO.. 1407 F at. sir If
MONEV TO LOA.N AH rlasses ot
renl estate tonus msaa wltJi promptness
st curent rates THE McLACHLEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor'
tier KHh acd G streets aw. mS-tf
WANTED -The loan of 5B.000 onflrsv
cla&i uisiuo. property: no agents. 708
FOR SAT.Ti TIOCSES.
FOR SALTi-A nice little borne, con
taining G rooms, situated on Georgia se.:
will sell on small cash pnvment and bnnnce
monthly: price only 81. 200. GEO. J. EAS
TERDAY. 1410 G. Room 11. del Gslt-em
WANTED-Son'e building lots in the
i-asteriisei-tlon: must becliean. Address
INVESTMi:NT. this office. .lelG-3t,i;tii
t C--' 4-tS- "" " 7 "st"'
jUr -c, ?"z- t-C-o-K c-
&&& -nt? xer
FOB SAL15 MISCELUVNEODS.
FOR Sit-LEs-'hca! Handsome mo
quette lurlor carpel; 0 yards by 5 1-2
yards: nearly square? but Httic used. I 09
F st. nw.. Rosin 7. It
FOR SALE-A bargain; 'fin Lovell
Diamond bicycle. Address W. VOYI.ES,
21 18 Pa. avo.'nvv. It
TWO pool tables. 1104 8th st
BTfJimrjES I have nn assortment or
second-hand ladles' and cents' bicycles,
all slr,es ami prices: I will s"ll at very
low prices to make ready lorl89U stock:
come to see ine. KEVS. 105 II st. ne. It
FOR SA3LE Ladies' second-band rid
ing Buddlo: seonil-hand carriage, and
baggy harness, nt MOTT'S. 507 Utli st . nw.
call and see. 710 11th st.so. It
FOR SA.l,E-AtSG0:'aBpattirn Syra
cuse fin-cUl bk'jcie: cost SI25: guar
antee good until April 1. CROWN LUNCH
ROOM . 510 lHh st.nw. ilcl7-3t
FOR SALE" Cheap, one blue I.'cllton
setter dog; tralneil; ulso fine pointer.
1901 K st. ii w. del-4.1ti,17-3t
FOR SALE-High-class liomlng-pig-
eons for solo very c!.eap. Address
HOMER, this office. i'e!5-3t
l'JANOS AND OltGANS.
OrgniM from 9
S175 up. Casti or e-usy
SIIOEMAKnit A SOX.
422 Ninth sirect.
ORGANS, SatS W.
SX DOWN". SI WEEK.
$1 down ami $1 week for any
organ In stock. Greatly reduced
prices. Organs from 520 up. Leu
F. G. SMITH- 1225 Pa. avp. nw.
FOR SALE-I" lunKe ot Incubators,
brooders tuid frosb green bene; call
and see the incubators In working order.
Sctimld'd liml aud Pet AAlmal Btoie 713
12th t.nw. anil 1221Pa.avi)-ocS-cf
FOR SA.I1E 2 liorses, cliedp; sold for
wantor use. Apply J.S.ilOLLIDGE.in
care Baks A; Co. . dc-cll-7t-em
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JCc js craia
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VocalMuslc and theory
by J.'F. O
1101 4 -eiti
BUSINESS PENMANSHIP One dol
lara oioulIiuntllJaniairv. - Twonlchts
a week, from 8 to 9. EaTON.'BURNETT
& dukiaivu iiuslnesa college, ;iin anu
F sts. n w. Ladies' class rrom 3 to 4 p.m.
IMODATJGHSW Classes. 1328
I 6t. nw.. ocgiuuinip November Short-
Hand, dictation and-i'.nwrltlng, Mrs.
or uusinesa iugn
ADA L. SMITH. Bnpt.
Mount Vernon Seminary
CORNER M AND ELEVENTH BTRELTo,
'WASHINGTON, D. 0.
A SELECT RESIDENCE AND DAT
SCHOOL FOR XOUNO LADESS
, AND LITTLE UIUL8.
Twcnty-nrst year opens TUESDAT, Oc
tober first.. Large and attractive build
ings, thoroughly equipped with every re
quisite of a renneu home and a progress
Applications for admission of pupils to
the day-school may be madeaf ter September
firtceniti, between the hours often and one
o'clock each morning.
MRS ELIZABETH J.8OMEH8.
LOST Pair gold eye-glasses, between
1st nw. nntl 5th st. ne-. on-11 st. suit
able reward- ir Icrt. -Miss SKINNER. 805
LOST Friday morning, bya pmir
sTi: 7th, B toO st. market;
revvnru. isii 7111st.
T As ICE up your bed and walk." and
come down hero and get an elegant
custom-made suit or overcoat. Just a trine
worn, nt nn lnslgniricant price. JUSTH'S
OLD STAND. 010 D st. nw. dcl7-7t
H. C I A-nra A STER. books, station
ery, holiday and religious goods. 82S
7th st. nw. dcl7-5t
SO CKNTS down, new credit sysiem:
lace curtains, portieres, rugs, tablo
linen. In sets und by the yard: blankets,
quilts, comrorts. table and piano
covers, china dinner sets Rogers'
silver-plated ware, banquet lamps, onyx
tables, clocks, family aud teachers' Ilibles.
alLrimn.cte.wnd postal: will bring samples.
NORTHEAST CREDIT HOUSE. .1210 II
st.nc. Open 1111 10 n.m. Colurubiacnble
cars and herdlcs pass the door. It
THE REST WAJy: to buy your
Christinas giitsls on monthlj' or weekly
tiaymcnts. You can get so much handsomer
things without Inconveniencing yourself. I
do a large trade in jewelry that vay. Solid
gold watches wltliAl mov. incuts; diamonds
in any kind or setting, solitaire rings,
pins, brooches. All I sell Is lirsl-class and
guaranteed. A dollar a week oon iays for
something really worth giving. GEORGE
D. HORNING, Room 8, Central building,
corner Pa. ave and titti st.
'DON'T BE CROSS." Price 2ficents.
4G1 Missouri Avenue.
PERSONAL-Washington, D. C, Oct.
23. lMf5. 1 ave useil Crump's Tonic
for Indigestion and Constipation and have
been greatly benernesl. Within two months
I gained over 23 pounds in flesh. MYRON
SlOO reward for a ease or Dyspepsia or
miigestlon that cannot be cured with
Cramp's Toole of Fruit and Spices. A
delicious and Invigorating tonic. The
most ri-markable remedy ever discovered
for stomal h troubles. Quick acting. The
good iff ts are fell from ll-e first bottle.
CRUMP M'F'O Co.. G03 F St. nw.
LAItlEB needing eonflCrntiat treat
nit.Lt. A safe and sure relief In aD
female trnubie. constipation. Irregnlarl
tics, tumor, cancer, opium habit, ftttnla,
etc beparate looms for patients befort
and during confinement, and find hornet
for infants IT required. Strictly confiden
tial. 11R3. Dlt. UENNER. IB Found st
tie . nea r E. Cjpllol st . Washington. D. O.
A. LADT who wants to make a little
extra money for the holidays. Apply
Room 54. Le Droit bjlldlng. 8tn and F sts.
QUITE enojgn Deaneries In Washtogton.
but plenty room for first-class cafe.
Have an elegant outfit for sale: range cost
$200; coffee urn. S53; electric fans. 2. $35
each: utensils, tables, chairs, showcase,
etc; all for $150; not used over six months.
Death cause ot selling. Address Z. Y. X.,
this office. cll6-Ct.em
DR. TATLOK. 006 F st.nw.. make
ruH sets ot teeth tot 5; eatbf actios
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pals;
go'd fiUlng. tl: amalgam. 50c. ea4-tf
J.T. WALKEHSONS.SM lOthst
nit., carpet lining, felts, fire brick and
clay, asbestos, paints, hruslie" lime. cement,
twoand three-ply roofing matcriaLaprSl-tl
OTTTCiTC cure, either 6ex: any ailment, bv
the new electric treatment: relieves at
once: consultation free. MEDICAL INSTI
TUTE. 937 F st. nw. de.'M4t
WANTED-2 pleasant rooms for light
housekeeping in Mt. Pleasant close to
the Zoo Park. Address R. HROS this wr
WANTED-Unfurnished front room;
first floor; state price. DOCTOR,
1300 G sLnw. delo-3t
WANTED-By January 1.7or8-room
house, bet. II and O and 8th and 13th sts.
n w.-: rent not over $23: by t W11 adalls. Ad
drew A. D. U.. Roe's Pharmacy. 7th and L
FOR nEN-f TIOrjSES.
1S3I Mass. ar. nw. 1411 Bland aUey
m I. lOra...... i!0t Oil nw.tr..... fl SO
mi Pnw, m UI3r 7 to 11 M st cw, Sr.... U 30
aiOnw.mI.15r.. K 13,1211 st ue,ini.r. 18 6j
lia)9ttinw.mU3r W ) me it nc ml,Cr.. IS W
ia6 L nw, ml. ic. Su S3 313 11th sw. m ir. IS VJ
tot K nw, ml, 12r. 50 Wj-3 K ne. nll,7r... 18 a)
SOaiinw,niUi:n 60 vo 118tOstno.mi.8r. 17 10
UilJ nvrjnLlur S5 SOJISIJ D st sw, mt.Br IS 30
Sldiast uw. st jlO.'Sttht.e.ini.Sr. 16 00
a awl, mLir... a) w.vasithnw.ija 4r, 16 Co
IS JI st iiw.mlr. SO 10 .2 uta st aw, Sr.. IS X0
HWJVItistuw, ml, IkOl Lstuw, 6r..... 15 JJ
Or SO so lcrj Snponor nw,
KMRiarnw.ml, 8r 13 00
iur sj jo Cor. tfth i Great
(UN Tar nw, Br
arnw, sr. id U.. 13 00
m.1. 25 SO
S31 M nw, mt,7r.. 33
I tfcolt av nw- sta-
We. 6r. ISM
1310 Ccluuibla st.
VZid nw. Sr ... IS 00
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ISO Pst uw.rn l,Tr. S3 SO Port, mt, Tr.... 13 50
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IS3 4S4 st sw. st & tK3Nsw,Cr 130
dwl, Sr. 22 50 .13414 nw. litd,3r U 53
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Slllith nw, rnUOrW 5J 6r. 12 31
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urn. 3r. 20 001 Jr
SlIEstsw.ml.7r. 19 0J614 Callaa ne.
40J Pomeroy st
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1 bcott ar. aw.
II Qstuw, 3r 11 0J
tHmiihsw. 5r.. 10 50
lSM?thnB.5r. .. IU30
nw. ir 10 30
i.K iistcj Court
u.u inline. cr ... luui
nw, Sr 10 00
311 10thctsw.4r.. 10 CO
910 9th nw. store I Nw. cor. 1st and
and dwetline,5r S30 00 1 N its sw, ic elS to
501 4 w. store 1 11U7 1st nw..... 9 00
ana dweUl'g, Sr 20 00
delC-2iem A S. CATW00D, 933 9th st. nw
FOR RENT $20.50:026 Lst.ne.. new
ten-room and bath: convenient to Gov
ernment Printing orriee: two blocks from II
st. cable. Inquire G21 L. del7-3t
FOR RENT 1G18 lGth st; corner
Corcoran: $40; fine location; newly
heated, tainted and pa pcreil; large jnrds;
also 1021 4th st. nw., rooms and both;
S22; nnd 045 Fla. ave. nw.. 510; 2216
Cleveland nve. nw.. (13.30. A. H. LEE A
BON. 1331 F st. nw. decl5-3t
FOR RENT No. 1303 14th St. nw
10 rooms and bath, ?65: 1311 14th st.
nw., 10 rooms and batb, fG3; 1203 Q st.
nw., 10 rooms and bath, $50; 1207 Q St.
nw., 10 rooms and bath. $00; 1213 o st.
nw., 10 rooms and batb, $G5; 1341 Ver
mont ave., S15; 1G02 Vermont ave., $10.
A. HEIT11ULLER & CO., 1333 14tlt St.
FOR RENT Reduced to S20: nearly
new. handsome bouse. 90G 11th st. se.:
8 rooms; large parlor: a. m. 1.: furnace,
back alley: on aud near car lines: stabling
can b rented If needed. Apply at 800.
del 1-7 1
A. ROOD chance: butter stand for sale
In Rlgg3 Market. Uy ADAMB A
IIRAWNER. DOT D St. nw. del7-3t
HAVR casb purchasers for saloons,
cigar stores groceries, drug stores,
coal yards, etc: business opportunities
wanted, from SlOO to 5.000: all kinds: no
pebheity. Room 2. 1)18 F. del6-Ut-em
MEAT cotter; strictly temperate; with
set or tools, wonld like to meet some
one with $100 to $200 to open meat bust.
ncss in market or store. Address Box 1 5.
$1,300 wUl purchase business, lease
hold, and furniture or a thirty-room
rotel; convenient to both depotsr" v ell es
tablished: stable attached. Apply to LTT
TLEFIELD, EVANS A CO., 402 Gth st.
FOR SALE A Confectionery, cigar,
and notion store, opposite a school,
iloiuga good cash business. Address CASH,
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND a
10.30 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LTM
ITED Pullman Sleeping, Dicing, Smok
leg, aud Observation Cars, Harrtsburg
to Chicago, Cincinnati. Indianapolis. Sl
Louis, Cleveland, nnd Toledo. Buffet
Parlor Car to Uarrlsburg.
2.0.30.A. M. FAST LINE Fullinaa
Dutfet ParlorCar. to Uarrlsburg Par
lor and lMnlns Cars, HarrlsbarE to
3.40JP. 2S. CHICAGO AND 8T. L0UI3
EXPRESS. Pullman Buffet Parlor Car
to Uarrlsburg. Sleeping and Dining Cars
Uarrlsburg to St. Louis. Cincinnati, Louis
ville, and Chicago.
T.XO F- JMC. WESTERN EXPRES8
Pullman Sleeping Car to Chicago, aDd
llarrlsburg to Cleveland Dining Car to
w.10 P. M. SOCTn-WESTERN EX
PRESS: PuUuian Sleeping and Dlntnjj
Cars to 8t- Louis, and Sleeping Car
Harrlsburg to Cincinnati.
1O.40 P, ST. PACIFIC EXPRESS
Pulhnan Sleeping liir to Pittsburg.
T.550 A.. SI. 'or kune, Cauannaigua,
Kochesier. aud Niagara Falls dally, ex
10,30 A. JVJ. for Elinlra acd Rcnova.
daily, eicept Sunday. For Wllliamsport
dallv, 3.40 p. 111.
ij-.IO P.. 31. for Wllliamsport, Rochester,
lnul.ilo, acd Niagara Falls dallv. ex
cept Saturday, with Sleeping- Car Wash
ington to Suspension Budge, via- But
10.40 P. SI. for Erie, Canandalgna,
Rochester. Bultalo, and Niagara Falls
daily, bleepins Car Washington to El
For I'tilludelpLila. Now Tork, nnd tbo
ITED," dally, all Parlur.Cars. with Din.
lug Car from llnllimore. Regular nt 7.05
(Dining Car). 7.20. 9.00. 10.00 (Dlnlnz
Car), and 11.00 (Dining Car rrom"4VlP
minglon) a. m 12.4B, 3.15, 4.20, G.40.
10 00. and 11.35 n. m. On Sunday. 7.05
(Dining Car). 7.20. 9.00. 11.00 (DlniDg
Car from Wilmington) a.m.. 12.18. 3.1K
4.20, G.4U. iu.uu. nnu ll..lop. m. Jror
I'hiladelphla only. Fast Express 7.BO a.
m. week-days. Express, 12.1Gweefc-days.
2.01 and 0.40 p. m. dally. For Boston
without change, 7.C0 a. m. trcek-days,
and 3.15 p. m. dally. - ,
For Baltimore, G.25. 7.0D, 7.20. 7.r.0. 0.00,
ln.tin, 10.30. 11.011. and ll.r.o a. m..
12.15, 12.45. 2.01, 3.15. 3.40 (4.00 Llm
itedl. 4.20. 4.UG, 0.40, G.05, G.40. 7.10,
10.00. 10.40. JJ.15. and 11.35 p. ra.
On Sanday, 7.05. 7.20,0.00. 9.05. 10.30.
11.00 a.m.. 12.15. 1.15,2.01.3.10,3.40
(4.00 Ltmlteill, 4.20. G.40, G.05. 6.40,
7.10, 10.00. 10 40--and 11.35 p. m.
For Pope's Creek Line. 7.20 a. ni. a nd -4.38
p. m. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis. 7.20, 0.00 11. m.. 12.15 and
4.20 p. m. daily, except Sunday. Sun
davs. 9.00 a- m. and 4.20 p. ra.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Rich
moud, Jacksonville, and Tampa. 4.30
a. in.. 3.46 p. m. daily. Richmond and
Atlanta. 8.40 p. m. dally. Richmond
only. 10.57 n. m. week-das.
Ai-coiumotialion for QUdiitieo. 7.45 a. ra.
dally, and 4.26 p. m. Weeklavs.
For Alexandria. 4.30. G.35, 7.45. 8.40,
lt.45, HI.57. 11.60 a. in.. 12.C0, 1.40.
3.W. 4.25. 5.00, G.37.G.15, 8.02. lollo!
ard 11.31) p.m. On Sunday nt 4.30, 7.45,
U.45 a. in., 2.45, 6.15, 8.02, and 10.10
Leave Alcxtmdrln. tor Washington, G.05,
6.43. 7.05. S.00, 9.10. 10.15. 10.28 a.mT.
1.00, 2.15. 3.00, 3.23. 5.00, 5.30, 6.18,
7.00. 7.20. 9.10, 10.52 and ll.orf p. ni!
On hniMlay at 0.43. 9.10. 10.28 a. m.,
2.15, 010, 7.00, 7.20, 0.10, und 10.63
'Ticket, offices- corner Firteenth and ft
streets and nt the station. Sixth and a
streets, where orders can be. left for to
checking of baggage to destination rrom
hotels and resiliences.
B. M. TREVOST. J. E. WOOD,
?8. Manager. Oca. Passenger Agvut-
TV A WTWn A TOhll,. Iv.v
n... m.Mm - ........ ws, ,..u owu-v
..'S!t;lc,,t',, ,n IwrLer shop preferred.
Call aaci-a cst.nt. y it
WANTED-Three good men to assist
In commercial work. Boom 0. 011 7U
st. nw. it
WANTED A rirst-class salesman t
visit hotels Address Z. this office.
WANTED-Two boys with some ex.
pcrlence In bricklaying. Corner Srt ana
O sts. nw. decl"-Ct
WANTED-A man 10 sell aad collect
on CbrUtmas noveities. Applv Room 5i,
Le Droit building, cor. 8ta and F sts. nw.
"WANTED A colored boy to drive a
delivery wagon. Call 1321 14th St.
"'v. It. em
WANTED-Bor In store at COO K
st. ne. Item
work; good pay to right parties; alsa
one collector. Room 2, 1311 F fit.
WANTED-White oarber to open netr
shop. Address J. A. O., this office.
WANTED-Reliable, energetic agents
can make good money telling building
and luau stock: rirst-class contracts tba
will insure a permanent business, will b
given good workers. NATIONAL8AVINQ.
LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY. 617 F St.
W ANTED ror the marine corps, boys,
as ipprenuces tolearn field mnsicjdruni
and trumpet): must be between fourteen,
and sixteen years ot age; of good moral
character and sound health, andable to read
and write: consent of parents or guardians
necessary. Apply to the COMMANDINQ
OFFICER. Marine Barracks, eta u se.
HELP TTAyTED FEMALE.
WANTED-AW.lte girl for houseworle.
iw- iin H. Dir. it
WANTED- Whltegirl wanted onsmak
Bm-f IN llfln in lif.lir hnluuu.n,lr.wil
home for suitable party. 425 7th St. nw.
WANTED White girl for general
housenork. without washing. 61413th
WANTED-White chambermaid and
waitress; also a good plain cook. Gil
13th nw. 1
w j.rftrnil For general housework.
small family. In suburbs, a white girl
or woman; one raised in country preferred.
inquire no -a st. nw. it
WANTED-Immediately, a good wblta
gin ror housework ana help attend
store. L.L.M.. thisoffice. It
WANTED-GIrl ror general bouse work!
no wasntng. 1206 5th st. nw.. Refer
WANTED-t competent colored wait
resses; stay night.. 614 13th st. aw.
WANTED Experienced vegetabla
cook, white, for hotel. 61413th st.nw.
HELP WANTED MALE A2ID
WANTED-Canvassers to sell sp
cialties on easy payments: Catholna
preferred; also ladles to take orders. 4178
Md ave sw It
PIANO. Voice Culture, Elocution, 8I059
uaucing; latest songs iuukbv. diijiui
403 O st. nw.
WANTED-AI1 kinds of help furnished
free of cnarge: In or out ot tba city: by
Mrs. L. 1. MOORE. 306 O st. nw. It
WANTED-By yonng married man;
with some business experience; a re
sponsible position of some kind. Address M.
F. P.. this office. It
WANTED-Bf a thorough business
man, situation as business manager,
bookkeeper, and confidential clerk, or
salesman: highest references. Address 27,
this ofrice. ; de!7-3t
WANTED By a young whiteman em
ployment or any kind: enn furnish refer-em-e.
Address FRED. B. PERKINS, Hyatts
vllle. Mil. It
"WANTED bit uatlnn sb bartender or
watciinian. 1122 4th St. se. lt.em
WANTED-A situation by a young
man; best refs. Address Box P. this
office. ' delG-St.em
WANTED-Bl a young man desiring
to study law, position as stenographer
and typewriter; law otfic prererable;
can refer to present employers. Address
O. this oKlce. del5-3t
WANTED Free! Freel Free! Me
chanics 01 any kind furnished by us:
also we have a few men suitable for driv
ing a team or something similar: best ot
rets, furnished. WORKINGMEN'3 LI
BRARY AND BUREAU OF LABOR. TeL
280. GOO 13th St. nw. M. D. SUENK.
WANTED-Bf white girl place to as
sise lu housekeeping. Address 3G R st.
"WANTED By a col'd woman. a place
to do chamber work, cooking, or house
work by the day, week, or month. Address
637 N St. nw. It
ItESPF.CTARLE colored woman
wishes washing to take home, or to go
out by the day: can give good references.
Address or apply to 1117 1-2 5th st.nw.lt
WANTETI-Br colored woman place a
cook in small family. 204 O st. nw.
SITUATIONS WAXTED MALE .VIVO
WANTED Positions for seven whit!
women: 8 white girls from country: Vir
ginia trained cooks: men rorall work: ladiei
should Kill at once. BROOKE. 712 13th st.
"WANTED 20 gallons milk per dav.
Address A. T. T.. this office. del7-8t
WANTED-Thf present address of
lanny Reeves, colored, who formerly
lived with Mrs. A. L. Barber. Address
BE LM( ) NT. Columbia Heights. ilelG-lt.em
WANTED-To buy of private party
a good, second-hand, upright piano:
cheap tor cash. Address II. M. S.. 1338
3 2d st. nw. delG-3t
W ANTED Churches, Sunday-school
societies, etc., wishing to secure a Ilrst
class entertainment. Address OEO. DE
RO r.thisofflce. dcl5-3t
WATCH cleaning, 50c: main springs,
Guc; clock and jewelry repairing cheap,
one year guarantee: 20 jears' practical ex
perience. UNSWORTU'S, 183U 7th st.nw.
WANTED Otrls to do reir-unportlns:
niarnea ladles to lessen dressmaking"
Mils by learning to cut by Merchant Tailor
Bauare: particulars at school. 718 12th
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE.
Actl ensrea only for patnllnz: workruar&at9S
I.AT. RUBBER ROOf PAINT CO . UKI 3ta niT
WANTED POSTAGE STAMPS.
HIGHEST prices Tor U. S Kislnge.
department, and collections or roreign
stamps, are paid bv the old reliable stamp
dealer, C. F. ROTHFUCHS, 359 1-2 Fa
WAR DEPARTMENT and all
oilier kinus ot iicpariiuc-m sumps, such
as Ktue. 'Navy, Treasury. Interior, Agri
culture, Executive, Justice, Post-ofrice. etc.;
purchased iu any quantity, and the highest
cash prices obtainable paid. H- F. DUNK
HORST, 100G ?tn St. nw tt
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