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TJLE TIMES.. WASTONOTOSr, SATtJRBAY, JSTOYEMJSEB 6, 1897.
.MONEY WAyTJgl2AJSrp TO T.O AX.
waii jsu Lady -wishes a loan or 550. for
r or 0 momns. sood interest, ami fiirni- '
turn for seourlt-v; Gov't clerk. Answer
J. 11. p., this office. It j
WANTED -By lady desiring to enlarge
business, loan or $Soo for three years.
0 per cent per month interest; good indorse- .
uiuuU,. "BUSINESS," this orfice. It '
W'ANTFZD.-A loan of 200. good real eh- !
Utie ItHlnrMmMiMt. Address LOAN, tuns
LOANS fe ADU ON FU UNIT UHE,
LoaiM nuHli'iiD Fiirmfcirj PInnS. IIoren.
Wacom --, at Iowum rate and quickest
lHMBtalr time. StrtcUy confidential. l'lea; i
tan Before ooouring loans elsewhere.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
Mo F bt. uw.
MoNEY TO LOAN If you want money
adtauced on yonr rent income, address
MONEY To LOAN -From $S to $50 to re
liable partie at esl rate of interest;
money advanced, on bicycles. BOOM ,
Central nniidtttg, 8th and Pa. ave.
-A NT2W rLAN.
$10 TO $1,000 TO LOAN
OX HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS,
HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC.
Withjui removal from lto.s&exston of owner,
lou tan nave the money die day you
aPl for it. Payment n the principal,
or uny amount, wiHbe received at anytime,
which wiUlcMHsuomrtuf luau.
MOST DESIRABLE tebms.
No oust u yu if loan is nut made
Flense call for rurttter Information.
Capital loan guaraxtee co.
aull-Lf-ein Gu2 F st. uw
LOANS matte on approved collateral, bucli
a life ponctes, stocks, bonus, building
assodMioa shares, syndicate certiricateb,
. No delay. YERKJES BAKER, 11 lo
F at Take elevator. if
MOXEr TO LOAN at 5 and C per cent;
security, real estate in District of Colum
bia, no uelay beyond an inspection of prop
erty and examination of title. WALTER
E. ACKER. 7Q4 14th st. nv. niu2S-tJ
MONEY TO LOAN- $1,000 upward, at 5
fd 6 1-2 per cant en 1). C. real estate:
S2tt, $8O0, etc, at 6 pur cent; all
tnusacwm oooduotsd with economical
couMidtsratton for borrowers.
WILLIAM H. SAUNDERS & CO .
aplfi-tf 1407 F st. uw.
. JIKLI- WA,NTKJL , MALE.
WANTED 2 young colored gentlemen, c-
IfNUri; of suou eecll. 156 F st.; Dane
meat hall entrance.
WANTED A boy who understands job
tjWssetulug; mut have experience aad
refc. XX. , IMs office. 1 1
WANTED Colored bo..' 15 yeans oW; U
work In house, at G3S 1 st. bw. It
"WANTED A first-class white barber for
buroy. A. C. HARDMAN, 1SHJ8 7th
St. w. xi
WANTED -Hustler to H Havana Short:
- !K'.,e- SA'flOKAL CIGAR FACTOR V,
loll Pa. ave. u
m fftii WBe mlMK; ntpof aU kind -lES0I:ss'
-teF&llS? E nw- A1! e-atfi fur
utobed wh rteeac. iL
WANTED -Cabinet, maker; one -willing
wfc for low age and board. Ai-
WAKTED-Two white boys about
lit; Ummm who hav worked some at ttn-
akw taMtam preierred: steady job. Call
bafc. 3 and S o otock t JL223 7mm, aw. 1 1
WtNTED-WMLebarb- today; pecinanent;
tBB tools. No- 664 12in t. nw. it
W AHTE1 Youaf; colored man for restaur
au aa understand u snack. tymen.
73 K. Capital at. ao6-3t
WANTED One collector for insurance.
Call Itetwean 7. 'Mi ami S'-Hu a. in., 209
Pa- ave.se. it
WAXTED-A ood barber; ooiered. No-
1411 Park at. yr. it
W ANTED -Traveling saiesmanto co South:
toy investing 4u to SCO can earn 100
jr fuoMto.Call 901 1 - nw. lt
JW ANTED -A ttatber. 824 H fit ne. It
Two sood barhers.
3d and B
WANTBD Baker to aKsn on oread and
.wurtry: steady work to rbi man. 1 o26
Swm- aw. ' no5-St,em
WAKTED -A joorneynian ttaaer ad sbeet-
h-on workr; rats. E. 41. HARROVER,
436 SHI - w. l-eta
WANTED A second colored man cook;
HMtfteas. aad com bread. WIUu.nucK,
Oil 12A Mb. aw. iM6-3t
WANTED A boy
1AS9 is. Cap. st.
to work, in oakery.
WA NTE DA good barber a t once. Apply
h. Monroe at., Anacostla.D.C. uu-.it
WANTED Expert bosbelinan: a tooce. Ap
lr il. DYRENFOltTIl & CO., 923 Pa.
WANTBD A aooaoHcitor tw adrvrtifiiiiK
tfHsdalty. Addrest, NIXON, tbte office.
WANTED -2 stout, active white boys.about
1: steady work. Addrefib SOBEtt, this
WANTED Coofee. difchwaKhers. and. wait
ers, porters, drivers, clerks. lalxH-erb.
boys; places fsraipfeed tut buited. CITY
INTELLIGENCE OFFICE, 427 11th sU
HBLt- VAXrED FlIMALIi
"WANTED First-class hands for sleeves
and uuUouholer oh ho ladies' armentK
3. PQBLAIANN. 183 G st. nw. nob-3t
ANTfcD A good cook aitd general house
worker; no wasoing or ironing; must stay
atctts m ortngref. Apolv Host F rf. .
W ANTED A girl for general housework:
w vets. Apply at ouoe to 1017 14tlt
st. ww. it
WASTED -A a a,potentice to learn th-et-
uiiiKiuK; nmw nave some experience.
Catt arter C o'ciock, Sis nth nw. It
WANTED- Young lady tfrk: good oorre-
seating salary expects
CLERIC, " tuts office.
-wu.i. nn to. in owu Bsaawnuns
sld. AuVtoess "LADY
WANTED- Woutsu fr iceneral hot-ewe4rk:
iintst stay nights. 1412 12th st. ne. It
WANTED -Experiencd saleslady iH rr-
,ir,-.,tore; soud ewaspoadent. Call
1226 O st. nw. it
rrEOA 581 fWJed cotored woman
ftr general housework; mutt stay at
irtgttt. Apply at ouce at 479 1-2 31o. ave,
"VANTED-At oaoe, female help; places
i??5,i,?5lh5J!e- EXCHANGE BC
3tEAU, 21 13th st. aw. it
W AKT-A Kirl to do general housework;
cook, wasn and iron. Call No. 282o
lto at. nw. uo6-3t
WANTED -LaiU.s to travel and appoint
agents for ota otaiHsaed houe: pertnau
eat poidlK.ii. $40 per u. and all expen
2orj-2, Pbila noS-St-we&sn
ANTHD 10 well-educated ladies for my
Holiday tiook department. R. A. DUfai
iluRE, 621 7tli nw. no5-3t-em
WANTKD Settled -white woman in coun
try: small wagee, but a good home to
right puny. Address PARITY, thh. office.
WANTED-A young colored girl to nurse
a make herM-u uMtcul. Call alter 9
a. ai. or before o p. m., 1205 F st. nw.
A ANTED Apprentice; a neat scwex; icmet
u ak- herself fieuerally useful; pnid While
IeaiuuiK. '.Hi&X. Y. ave. iu,5-:ir
WANTLD-At once, girls to finish -waists:
X'oue but exiierieiued oueif need ap)Hv.
3 lift stne ccC-3t
WANTED -A v Lite lady WttTliioroBKhly
good iio.i,.' and salary. Address MODISTE,
this office. najL-4t
WANTED -A settled whtte woman to do
general uonM.woiW; Protestant; mast
stay nights. No otib E st. ne. no-3t-em
WANTED--Young white Kirl to tend to
liabx . go hou.e nife-liu. 420 loth. st. t,w.
WANTED A "White girl. German nreXeired
to do Iwusework. Call 2o Jis
no4-3t "" ae'
WANTED A first-class tailor ess to -work
on toalfc. Apply 70 4Ui bt, uw.
uo3 3t, em
WAN! ED Two young ladies to solicit
t.aik ustomers on cotuiniiiiou. state wnere
can Ih aa- Addre JEkSEY illLK.. this
WANTED General houseworkcrs, cham
bcrmalde, lawKlieses, seambtreases, day
worbeM, Hwrtes; ilaotuniNbetl ail suited.
SnAlJ-Kl"ORD'S, 425 11th St. mv
WANTED -For ensn. all kinds of United
Mates pobtage and department stamps,
collections aiwj liought H. F- Dl vk
HOEST. 1003 7th st. nw. cc9-tT
WH?n"74- Seiitlcinan, for several years
.. i. " I a wjrporattoii in WasiilnK
to.i, iiaviuf; spare time, would like to
Pe a. few hours a day to oiher bubineis;
Ioiik experience with accountH, cufcti,
ttirrespondence. and ,'enerul nupervlalou;
best rererencea. Addreus E- L. B., this
WANTED SToung nmii -with own team,
wihcfi position as colled or or trav-ollnj,-
fcalesmaii. lileliehl refs. and t:ond, if
required. AUdrebs BUSlEbS, this, ofiice.
WANTED By mnn, ao, and boy, 15. work
.,., , "Tlviny or on farm; lit refs. 70(5
2d st. noo-3t
. ANTED By a j-oun?; man or 32. htron
and able, jsltuatiou; uTilliiiK to work at
any thins. Addre&s F, .., this of rice.
WANTED -Position at, tiullector for rent
in city; waictiiimn, janitor, clerk in of
fice or btore, driver for milk wukoii, sex
ton for M. h.. el in roll; lit've oc.ne it, can do
it aafn; host rer. tclveu; rnpiy by letter;
am wnttc, nseil 26, none but true, l.imufet
and reliablu Americans need lo reply;
oiit of work; will call on Saturday even
Iuk to tee you. Auure It. J. L., tliib
?AXTED -Place as watchman or any-
thiiiK elfce honorable to mai:e a living, by
a Keutfcman; experienced Kileman. An-
dress DKUIvEL,li Y, uus ottlvc. no5-3t
AV ANTED -By boy (IS), experienced dry
goods clerk, work; btore preferred. IS.
&., 1353 D si. bv. Jio4-3irem
WANTED -Position ah bookkeeper, cash-
ler, accountant, clerk, or anything; 15
yar , experience. Addresb F. S. P.,
uiib orrice. r.o4-3t-em
WANTED- photographer or 20 year' ex
perience in lauiiMsape piioMisrnpliy de
sires faituation. PHOTOGUAI'lll.U. this
on mule mornings and evenJii. Adtlrens
JulIA fe&uTil, uoward Aledieat scuool.
no l-3t em
MAM ED -By a man of 35 years, a
position as traveling salesman for south
ern Maryland and eastern shore or Va.;
Can control trudc and bring good reference.
Apply tu JOHN 11. REEDEK, Bladcnshurg
road, Washington, D. C, care C. Strauss
WANTED-Situation as driver or waiter
in luuch room; best of rers. Call 1101
8Ui st. nw. uo3-3t-cm
fflTUATUMfS "V ANTED VEaiALE.
WANTED -Washing and ironing to take
liome; can do it first-class. 41 y Wil-
sim st. nw. it
WANTED By arespoetable colored woman
wasuiug at Home or out by the dav: rer.
1a2 14th st. nw. no-3t
W ANTEli Situati m by twocolored women;
one to cook, wasn ami iron; oilier launury
to carry home. Call l-lio 0th bt-uw. It
WANTED By good washer and ironer,
wasning to do oy the day or week; good
rclerenoea. No- 231 F bt. aw. It
WANTED By stenographer, typewriter
and graphophoiic ojiemtor, having cen
trally located office, work during day or
ev.-nsng. 1 2 cents per puge: i.ui ll desired;
terinH, $3 per month. Adurts IP.s.s a..
tnia office. noC-3t,em
WANTED -By a respectable colored girl,
a place as cook, house glri, or work by
Che day. Apply 717 23d su nw.; ilrbt-elass
city i fCQHHueadatloii. no54tt-ein
WANTED -sanation ascliambermnid:guod
refs. Call 151 7 C st. so. 1 torn
WANTED -By respectable colored girl, a
piac a cook or cnuui'ieruiaiu or nuriur;
can give guutt refb. -Cull 220h lth st. nw.
WANTED By two cjIorel girls, places
as chambermaid or cook, gi.oil relJ. Call
at 102G2lst. n-w. lt-em
WANTED -By colored girl, place to do
general ism h; work, btay nights. 0 23 Navy
.WANTED -Washing to do at heme; no
omeitmn to going out to cook or morn
ings work. SOT It St. noo 3t
WANTED By a first-class laundress, place
in private lamily or boarding-house. Ad
drew. BOX 150, this office. no5-3t
VvAMfc.ii -By an intelligent, colored girl,
placa as chambermaid; city refs. Ad
dress 03 G st. nw. It-em
ft ANTED Situation as general housc-
' "i uutbe. v-aii tijuo bt-nw.
HAlslED Hy a neaU intelligent white
girl i , years of age, situation as nurse;
reiereuces. Address 1303 3rd st. nw.
WANTED Bya.fi rst-cl asslaundreRs. -wasli-ing;mdir0nriig;doueathome.
1341 i 2th
st- ' no4-3t-em
WANTED -By a respectable colored girl
B place as cook or general house work.
Call 208 L st. nw. no4-3t
WANTED Position, by young lady sten
jgraptier and typewriter; experienced:
re&. Address R. S., this office. nol-3t
WANTED By respectable -white girl.
place as cook in prhatu raniil.-.Call
at 215 22d st. nw. iio-l-.lt
WANTED -By first-dash laundress, wasli-
ing and ironing to do at home. Call 25ub
10th st. nw. iioSGt-em
WANTED A capablecolored girl with refs.
want place as nurse or chambermaid.
SOPHIE cIIISLEY, 527 Gth st. nw.
WANTED A lady having her own tvpe
wrlter (Remington) will work in ortice
for $4 per week if Permanent place is as
sured; best refs. given. Address Q st., this
WANTKD ALE AND
"SHE SAID: He made us lamrh about a.
tbjusaud times.' " Pastor li. Hex Swem
explains Souday night, 7:30 o'clock. Free
pew.s. All invited. Second Baptist Church
Auditorium, 4th bt. aud Va. ave. si It
AAA WANTED Men and women, young
andold, to wortc Tor us in the.r own bouses
In spare time, day or evening. We pay
S10 to $15 per weak." No canvassing. Any
child can do the work. Scud address to
lay. weseud work atone. II.'A.uitlPP,
Dept. 249, Tyrone, Pa. oe23-satoaw:2Gt
WANTED A chambermaid, also a Loy;
white preferred. Apply at 901 II bt. nw.
WANTED-IIelp of all kinds- furnished free
by MRS. I17MAN'.S EMPLOYHENT
AvjENCY, 1016 VI. ave. nw. nol-Gt-cm
SITUATIONS WANTED ALA US
HELP or all kind furnished free; make
your own selections at our office, or send
postal. Telephone 129G. EXCHANGE
BUREAU, 721 13th uw. no2-imo
WA NT ED- AGENTS.
WANTED Agents, 520 to $25 a -vi ccicsuro
to woikers. uocapttal needed; new goods;
new plan; bells at sight; eveiy familv needs
it HOUSEHOLD SPEC. CO., Box 424,
Cmcianati. Ohio. my20-sat26t
AGENTS WANTED New England Regis
try Bureau and accident insurance; an
nualexp-n-sionly. Calloraddress W.E.
CILLEY. Mgr. Southern District, Loan
aad Trust Duiidmg, Washington, D. C.
RENT YOUR ROOMS -We "will ass'isTyou
U rent your fur. or unfur. rooms or obtain
boarders by inserting yoar advertisement,
free of cost, any or all time during one
year, provined you subscribe to the "Gov
ernment Official," for which the nominal
sum of $1 yearly is charged: registration
ijooks now open: rull particulars upon appli
cation at Boom 24, Le Droit bldg. not-3t
WANTED -By single lady," two secondll.
txtm. rooms; one fur.; one unfur.; wt
of 14th, north of M: housekeeping; refp.
E. R. S., 1341 R st. uw. it
WANTED 2 or 3 unfur. rocms in nw.,
for light lioubckecpuig; net to exceed
$12. Address B. X., ihn office. It
WANTED Four or five rooms for light
nouse Keeping: tap. Hill on MelroxIUuu
Hue: by 3 adults; best refs.; prompt pav
ment. Address V. K., this office.
WANTED To rent4 or 5 unfur. rooms;
small new imp. Iiou-e; bv murncd couple,
without children: state price and location.
Address OHIO, tiiis office. no-ttteui
WANTED -Furnished room with large
closet and running water, and morning
shh: northwest preferred. Address "Mi:.
CHAN1C, ' this office. no-l-3t
WANTED -Party or small family to take
part of house; rent $20 p-j- mouth. Ad
dress, L. J. IL, this office. . no4-;it
WANTED By Nov; 18; 3 or 4 unfurnished
rooms. light housekeeping, heatand light:
terms must be stated. Address H-I.C., this
WANTED 4 of5 unfur. rooms; fiiiltabie
for light housekeeping; with heat and
light; state lowest price and location. Ad
dress L Y. , this office. no3-3t-era
WANTED Unfur. room." within S blocks of
Gov. PrintingOf fice. Address K . . , this
ROOMS WANTED AND FOR RENT-Fur-nislicd.
unrurnished, and for light house
keeping; all prices; all location. Get
VH. .lS-r,No cliarW fr information EX
CHANGE BUREAU, 721 13th uw.
FOIl RENT UOOAlg.
FOR RENT Hall bedroom; furnished: 2d
. floor: $4 per month. 429 llth st. nw.
FOR RENT-HI 2 Gth st. nw., 2 large and
2 small nicely fur- brlglft rooms: board
if desired. noG-3t
FOR RENT-1015 L bt. nw., fur., pleasant
room, j-outh front, with tablo board; hot
and cold water. noG-3t
FOR ItENT-To suitable partius. -without
children, 2 2d-story front rooms; lieat
and gas, with privilege or kitchen and
perhaps parlor; terms, -$12. 1213 3oth st.
iiv.'.; call in morning or bet. 5 anil 7 p. m.
FOR RENT Largo rooms on 2d floor;
newly furnished; closa to Capitol. 222
N. J. ave. nw. noG-3t
FOR RENT Bet. 9th and 10th sts..and S
and T fits. nw. , first floor, unruniibhcd.
3 rooms; at S18; refs. exciiuuged. Ad
dress E. C. , this office. noG-3t
FOR RENT Back parlor with hall room;
ubc of frout pallor and piano; heut.gas
and bath; dellghtrul for single person; $9.
1720Sth st. nw. noG-3t
FOR RENT-1010 Mass. ave- nw.; bright,
beautiful rooms; all front; excellent table
board: at moderate rates; house completely
renovated; newly papered and paluted;
under new management. no5-3t
FOR RENT Fur. or unfur. mom. 43 t L
bt. nw. lt
FOR RENT 1 2d floor, south frout room;
2 other rooms; first-clafes hoard: terms
very reasonable. 407 G st. nw. no5-3t-em
FOR RENT-3 rooms en 2d floor; unfur
uihhed; very cheap. 11U9 12th St. ue.
FOR RENT 3 or 4 rooms, furnished for
housekeeping, suitable lor married couple.
Apply ut iUi mil bt. nw. iioC-3t,ein
FOR RENT 1315 M blreet, near Thomas
Circle; rooms, en suite or single; with
Iionrd; transient and table hoard.
FOR RENT Fur.; two large rooms: suit
able Tor liglithousekoeping. 1225 Lst.nw.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; near Dupont
Circle; three 3d floor rooms; furnished
for housekeeping; S15;two beautiful rooms
for gentlemen. S15 for both, with light,
heat, and service. 1013 19th st. nw.
FOR RENT Comfortably furnished rooms.
1707 Pa. ave.; with or without board;
opposite War Department; home cooking;
one large room suitable for dentist.
FOR RENT Northeast corner 13th and W
sts. nw.; two furnished rooms; light
housekeeping; hi family 2 adults; rooms
fronting on 13th st. no5-3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms and board.
912 12th St. uw. uoa-3t
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms; win
dows fronting both streets; Llth and G
bts. nw. Apply CIGAR STORE. no5-3t
IOR KENT Furnished rooms, with hoard;
large closets: home cooking; reasonable
rales. At 514 3d 6t. nw. noo-3t
FOR RENT 436 II st. nw., 2 rooms, nicely
furnished for light housekeeping; cheap.
FOR RENT Furnished, parlor and bed
room, 1st floor, suitable Tor Congress
man or ckHtor; also 2 rorus 2d Ilcor; 2
story brick stable In rear. No. 71 S 13th
st. nw. iio4-3t-em
FO"RltETTPlea"salitr"rocTm. nicely Tur-
nlbhed: suitaLle for two persons: furnace
heat, good home cooking. 513 2d st-
FO R RISTCTTiaFTit '.iIt . n w. back
iwrlor, ?8; another nicercom, $8", neatly
furnished; first-class situatiou.
FOR RENT Three rooms on 2d floor: fur.
or unfur.; heat, gas and liath on same
floor; parlor on first floor furnished. 003 1-2
4th st. nw-: near Pension onice-
1 OR RENT Large Trout room second floor,
with Ixwird; near Interior Department.
90'j 1st. mv. no4-3t-em
FOR RENT Niculy furnished rooms; alto
itoard- terms reasonable. 930 K bt. nw.
FORRENT-2 rooms on 3d floor, fur
nished or partly furnished. 1111 G
st. nw. nol-3t-em
FOR RENT A nicely-rur. 2d-story front
room; south and east .exposure; all con-
viencesou bamerioor; near cars anddenart-
meuts. 814 3d st. nw. -no4.-3t,em
FOR RENT Two rurnishod bedrooms,, 2d
floor; will rent reasonable; neur Library
building. No. 13 2d St. ne. no4-3t
FOR RENT -Neatly furnished front room,
on 2d floor, aud one smaller room on 3d
floor; heat, gas aud bath; also stable in
real. 715 12th st. nw. no4-7t
TOR RENT-First or second floors, 3 or 4
rooms; heat and gas, terms moderate.
109 F ne. nol-3t
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, 3d
floor: a. in. I. 312 10th Ft. sw.
FOR RENT No. 210 N- J. ave. nw. (nwet
to the Alaltbyj; rooms neat and new; with
or without board; reasonable. ual-7t
FOR RENT One fur. room; heat and gas;
3d floor. Apply 720 7tu st. nw.
FOR RENT Front and back parlor; to
gether or separate; to two or Tour gentle
men; bata, heat; use of piano. 1006 Pa.
ave. aw. no4-3t
FOR RENT Three sub-basement rooms,
SO: for housekeeping. 420 X. Y. ave.
FOR RENT Nice single rooms; 25c day
SI. 50 per week. 305 Pa. ave. nw.
FOR RENT Apartments: nw. cor. 14th
aud 11 bt.; finest location iu the city: only
one buite or rour icon is and bath left; on
second floor; the Iicuko Is heated by steam
id has been newly papered and painted;
ery thing first class. uo3-3t,em
FOR RENT 924 9th st. nw., large rront
room; fur. or unrur.; ref. no3-3t,em
FOR RENT 307 E. Capitol St., Uvo fur
roomb; front and back; secend aud third
floors; gentlemen only; references.
FOR RENT -940 N. Y. avo. Fur.or unfur.
rooms; reasonable term-i. buiLPJ1
FOR RENT 1003 23d St. nw.: furnished,
2d-story front room; rent, $7 monthly;
fine location; family private. oc31-7t
FOIt KENT FLATS.
FOR RENT Third floor flat, containing
five roonib; private bath and separate gas
meter; Inquire within. 1220 11 st. uw.
FOR RENT Nice flat of four rooms; water
and gas; also one large front room; suit
able for ofiice. 1508 14th st-; unfur.
FOR RENT West End flats, 2020 K St.
uw., lbt floor, 5 rooms and bath; all
modern improvements; refs. required: rent,
17. i no3-7t-em
FOlt KENT STORE ROOMS.
FOR RENT -Store room;suitable for'any
business; Cor. N. Capitol and Myrtle sts.
ne.; call before 4 o'clock. nol-3t
FOR RENT MISCKLLA N i-XUS.
LADY WILL rent complete furnishing
ior light housekeeping, everything new.
ELLISf this office. 1106-3 1
FOR RENT Store and cellar In Stanton
Flats, 1151 19th st.nw.; flats well filled
with responsible colored tenants; a good
stand Tor provisions, coal, etc;, rent 20.
OWNER, 1442 Rhode Island ave.
FOR RENT For a term or J ears, the coal
dump, located cor. 1st and G scs. ue.;
connected "niln t. it. O. tracks; the largest
dump iu the citv. and the one nearest the
city's center. Apply to THOMAS W.
SMITH, 1st and I:;u. ave. nw. ocio-lmo
TYPEWRITERS rented at re..ced rates;
With privilege of juircnase, stuudard
makes, picliininary instruction free. NEW
MAN'S TYPEWRITER AGENCY, Gil 7th
et- nw. au2a-3iu.eia
FOR RENT STORK & l)WEI.LL.i.
FOR RENT 014 Tenn. ave. ne.; modern
store, with dwelling; 8 looms; concreted
cellar; newly papered and painted; splendid
location for gioccryor dry goods; only $20
per mouth. F. J". DIEUDOnXt, Room 3.
Ohio Bank Building. no6-3t
FOR iiEXT SHOPS.
TOR RCNT-Shop in rear 030 g" sr. nw.:
large floor space; $15. M. S. CARPIN-
TL It, 1423 F st.nw. no i-3t
FOR HIRE To drummers and business
men, horse and buggy or Dayton, $2 per
day.autl spccialprices ror pleasure driving.
Apply to the BEX STABLES, rear 015 E
st. nw.; telephone call, 109. ap30-tf
STOLEN from my stable In rear or No.
131.2 Q bt. nw., between midnight last
night and morning, a large Holstein cow;
color black and wnlte. rewaicl rorinrorma
tion. WM. II. McKNEW. lt.em
FOR REXT-Unfur., 3 Communicating rms.,
ior uoubeKeeping; ueaivand gas
J. ave. uw. - r
FOR RENT Large unfurnished rooms;
basement, secotld hnd third floors; heat
uud gds; So up. 453 G' ht. noG"-3t
FOR RENT -Beautiful rooms, unfurnished,
witii or without beard; refined adults.
641 4th st. ne. iioG-t-ciu
FOR RENT 2 or 3 unfurnished rooms, for
light housekeeping. ' fNo. 005 N. Y. ave.
nw. j no5-3t-em
FOR'RENT-a or d'eslrable rooms; iigtit
, ..1.l,"!1??Ue(,Pl"K a"" convenient to cars.
1338 Ij st.nw. nol-3t
FOR RENT Two unfurnished, 2d floor
rooms', for housekeeping; bath on same
floor: heat and light. 1250 8th st. uw.
FOR RENT -Two unfur. communicating
rooms. -tor light housekeeping. 1015
K st. nw. , uo4-3C
-FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms on
second floor, with heat and gas, for
light housekeeping; rent reduced. No. 72
M st..nw- no3-3t-em
FOR RENT Beautiful com. 2d floor, uii
fur., rms. or flat; central; new brick. 030
I st. nw. no3-3t-em
W Ais 1 ED 2u-ha.nd'typg writer : state coa-
diiion, kind and lowest cash price.
WILLIAM WILLIAMS, thlsc.ff ice. no0-3t
WANTED-Young, lady will read eveii-
lugs ror select parties at moderate rates.
Address . S., thjs office. It
WANTED A horse, harness and delivery
wagon; ciieap. Call, after 0 p. m 909
D st. nw
W ANTED -A broker to take a line or flour.
meal and hominy. Address BUSIN ESS 4,
WANTED Young lady would like music
scholars at home; would play for dancing
class. M. D. 1, 1234 13th at. uw.
WANTED To buy first-class rabbit hound
will trade thoroughbred setter pup, 3 1-2
months old for same. 1220 13tn uw.
WANTED-To exchange equity in valua
hie suburban lots at Glen Echo and Vir
ginia for good Job office, or will sell at
two-thirds value. SAN0L, this office.
WANTED Buss to carrry ten people; for
hytel use; ror cash. Addioss DUSK, this
WANTED To buy a s-mall candy cooler.
FALKS, 523 llth St. nw. no5-3t
WANTED -Grocery wagon, horse and har
ness; must be cheap Tor cash. Apply
2023 14th. no5-3t
. - , mr
WANTED A second-hand cook stove; rea
sonable. Address REASONABLE, this
office. uoo-3 1
WANTED Stair builders and plumbers to
bid on work at once. LACEY'S NEW
ICE CREAM HOUSE, 007 X. Y. ave.
no 4-3 t-em
WAXTED Will assist students desiring
wmi one lessoa orreries or lessons; uck
work and entrance examinations a spe
cialty. Address REASONABLE, this of
WANTEDA chance to read to invalids
or aged people. Address C0LL1SUE
ST UDfcNT, this office. UK-St-et n
WANTED- Good, sec&nd-hand patent meat
block. HALL, 5p wt. sw. r.o4-3t-em
WANTED -To buy an oak roll-top desk;
cheap Tor cash. Audress A. F. N., 713
7th st. nw. if no4-3t-em
WANTED Gentlemen to know that EX
PERT PHILADELPHIA BARBERS are
cutting haic In latcgjsae for 15 cents at
13th and G sts. mv.- no4-3t
WANTED To buy a cheap huckster's li
cense. Aplly tolB.IT. Is.. 67 B tt. sw:
WANTED Furnaces, lalrobes, and ranges
promptly repalredr also ranges, heating
and oil stoves at low price. GEO. E.
UARTRELL. 815 7thsr. nw. oc30-15t
OLD B00KS-I pay-cash for au kinds or
old miscellaneous Tuooks; will call, ex
amine and make offer at residence. Drop
postal to WASHINGTON UCJUK SHOP,
under Second National Bank, JAAIES
Q'NEIL, Prop.. 50U T.tjB st.. nw. oc2Silm
FOR SALE-Grocery and' provision store:
iest location in the city ami doing a
good cash business. Address T. T. T.
this office. n
WANTED Urgent need of $250; will
assign a one-tourth Interest or U. S. pat
ent, lately granted on fine machinery, will
bring S25.000 easily: patents fileu in a
Luropean countries aud Japan on same at
a cost of $000; no time to go to N. Y or
other points and sell: working model.
Address FINE MACHINERY, this olficc.
FOR SALE-Mllk route. $500: 25 gallons.
Horse, wagon, 20 cans; owner leaving
City. BUSINESS EXCHANGE, 1321 F st!
FOR SALE-Centrally located poolroom;
- ij-'il"" Kood business; cfieap. i f sold at once.
EXCHANGE BUREAU, 721 13th st. nw.
FOR SALE-Cheap, nice confectionery
aud bakery, including furniture of Groom
house: on oar line; good business. Address
ALASKA, this office. no3-3t
FOR SALE First-class cigar and lunch
room; located on a good business corner:
owner about to leave the city: cheap, if
purchased Immediately. Apply Room 6,
402 Gth sLnw. uo5-3t
FOR SALE-Grocery store: located nw.; on
prominent corner; fresh, clean stock:
rent, $18; price, $350, or will Invoice.
DLNLAPr 900 F st. noo-3t
FOR SALE Three-chair barber shop; at-
Lrauuve iixtures, estnniisiieci iruue, price
1 !'i- will ir- . sw.ot. T--, rt
906 F St.
" ... uvviit LJtA1l- -ioii. jyljiLr
OWNER NEEDS money to enlarge paying
manufacturing business; ha.li luieiesi, or
fered in complete line of fine toilet prepara
tions; references exchanged; small invest5
nient required. DUNL.A.P, 906 F bt.
FOR SALE Several rine bargains in gro
cery ctrrfs;ir you want a lxtrgainseeCOM
MERCIAL.510 F st.nw. . no4-3t-em
STORES SOLD QUICK, without publlcity
and satisfaction tu all. HUNTER &
BROS'. COMMERCIAL, 510 F bt. nw.
FOR SALE -$800 will buy fine drug
btore, worth twice the amount; estab
lished 1 K years. COMMERCIAL, 510 Fnw.
FOR SALE Flour and feed business; good
location; good paying staud; books open
for investigation. COMMERCIAL, 510 F
st. nw. "nol-3t,cm
FOR SALE Business property; store and
dwelling; cellar, furnace and m. i. 900
II st. ne. Inquire on premises.
iio4-3 1, cm
FOR SALE One barber chair, good as
new; cheap. 735 9th st. One driving
horse. 2115 E bt. ,. no4-3t,em
FOR SALE Bread antl cake bakery, with
store and route. M..M., this office.
nol-3 1, eni
WANTED Responsible party to lake half
interest in an old-established patent
agency. Address ELECTRICAL, this oC-
tice; , no4:3t,em
PHOTOGRAPHER .wants partner with
$200 to open studio; will teaoh same the
business. PROFITABLE, this otrice.
WANTED Party with small capital, to in
vest iu a good paying, established busi
ness. Address ENERGETIC, this ori ice
no 4-3 1 '
FOR SALE A confectionery, cigar, tobacco
and notion store, doing a good business;
cheap for cash. Address J. W. B., this
ofiice. no3-3 t,em
FOR SALE -A well-paying lunch-room;
good location; good business. .Address
BARGAIN, this orfice. no3-3t-em
FOR SALE-Cheap for cash, one of the
finest grocery and provision stores iu the
city; doms a business, $1,000 to $1,200
month; must bo sold by the 10th of Nov.
Address CHANCE, this o?:ice. no3-5t
FLORIDA. FLORIDA. FLORIDA.
WANTED One or ' more persons, with
some capital, to lonn an association or
corporation to raise tobacco, vegetables,
fruits-, ice., in Polk county. Fla.; 1 have
a 700-aere plantation, now under cultiva
tion, on winch to commence planting im
mediately for winter and .spring imps;
15,000 tomato plants now ready lor
planting; a German or competent gardener
who understands raising tobacco, vege
table and semi-tropical Iruits, also a. boy
or young man, wilt be given an interest
in the net proceeds for their Work. Ap
ply by mail, or in person after 4 p. m ,
to Cot. JOHN HANCOCK, 2401 Pa ave.
FOR SALE Drug store; proprietor in ill
health, desires to sell a drug store. In
northwest; will sell cheap to pioper party.
Apply to GEORGE W. DREW, Atfy at
Law.Mcrtz bldg., llth aud F sts.mv.
GUITAR AND BANJO quickly and cor
rectly taught; no" money required in ad
vance; cut this out. E. L. H.O.WES, 936
si. nw. no"-l-lt
IT'S LIKE FINDING MONEY to have us
do any painting; we've made our prices
lower than you've over known hem to
be lor fine work; rooms papered, with
rich, stylish paper; only $2 up. F. G.
NOLTE, 810 9th at.; no branch. no6-tf
LACE CURTAINS laundered equal to now
at 35p. per pair; mail orders receive
prompt attention. No. 25 F st. uw. jib0-3t
IF YOU want your goods sold fair, como
down and see Auctioneer J. G. Sinclair.
62( La. ave. to 017 C st. nw. Wanted
1-iinilture at every description; jstoro fix
tures; biiow cases; counters, etc.; up
right and square pianos; regular auction
sales. Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10 a. m.
J.G. SINCLAIR, auctioneer. no5-6t
TYPEWRITING rapidly and accurately
done by a lady; 1 cents per page. Call
or address TYPEWRITER, 1423 F st.nw.,
Room 7. no5-3t-em
PIANO TUNING $1.50; factory expert;
works renovated. Drop postal. .1 AilES
DUR1T Y, 305 2th St. so. no5-3t-em
DR. WESTLAKE. rooins 12 and 14, Met
zerott Building, F st., wantb the citizens
of Washington to examine over one hun
dred testimonials from poisons cured of
chronic trlght's Disease and Diabetes. All
diseases of kidney and bladder guaranteed
immediate relief by entirely new system.
Hours 10:30 to -I p. m.. no5-3t
McELHINNEY STUDIO, 1218 G st. uw.
Lessons oil, pastel, water color, china
THE HIGHLAND TERRACE
14TII ST. and MASS.' AVE.,
FINEST LOCATION IN THE CITY.
0NL5C TWO SUITES OF ROOMS LEFT
A FEW TABLE BOARDERS CAN BE
P. W. FAVORITE,
CO LO RED performers In deniah dsta ge
acting taught and engagements secured.
Address DEAN, 15 P St. ne. nol-3 1
THE KITCHEN-Try Mrs. F. C. Chandler's
homemade bread. 1826 7th st. uw.
SILK nATS,' latest style, ?3.50; derby
hats. $1, $1.50. At J. A. HOOVER'S,
811 II st. nw. - no3-15t
SHOES repaired while you wait; half soles
and heels, 40c. and 50c. 341 and 229
Pa. ave. nw.; best worn guaranteed.
KID GLOVES cleaned, 5c. up. C. PUT
SCH!:, expert cleaner, 713 llth st.
BOYS' NOBBY REEFERS, 4"To 8, $1.08,
makes a splendid top coat for the little
ones. At SEt.BY'S,1903Pa. ave. no2-Gt
BOYS' heavy blue ulsters, 9 to 10, $2.25.
cut In the latest fashiou; un-io-date.
SEL.BY , 1 903 Pa. ave; no2-6t
A MAN with $4.50 in cold cash can walk
iu SELBY'S store and get a black ull-
wool suit; finished A No-1. 1903 Pa. ave.
$G.00 IN long greens will buy all kinds
of suits which williiut a swell frout on
any man. SELBY, 1903 Pa. ave.
BRING A two dollar bill to SELBY'S
store and you can carry away a pair of
men's oalr skin shoes; all the leading
shapes; toes.-'coin toe," "plain toe," "bull
dog toem" "needle toe." "Philadelphia
toe." and "egg toe." 1903 Pa. ave.
WHAT money will buy at SELBY'S this
week; boys' underwear, 19c, men's un
derwear, 24c; ladies' rubbers, 2fto , men's
rubber coats, $1.98; men's rubber boots,
$2.45; ladles' lace or button shoes, bfcc .
men's lace or congress shoes, 98c. 1903
Pa. ave. no2-6t
WE CAN SAVE YOU BIG MONEY on
any tainting you want done ir we do
the work. Our prices tor rine work are
lower than ever. Rooms apeied finest
sty!e-$2 up. F. G. NOLTE, 810 9th st
REMOVAL of aluminum store from 1435
to 493 Pa. ave. no2-1 mo
A DRESSMAKER who is an expert fitter
and trimmer desires engagements in pn
vale families- AI. L. W.. ttnspff ice no2-7t
REPAIRS for all kind of stoves at M. B.
FL-YXN, 651 Pa. ave, sc oc30-9t,em
ROBERT M. HARROVER. Ranges, Stoves
and Furnace Repairing; Tinning and
Heating; Ahmiinum Lookiug Vessel-. 4;S
Ninth st. nw. oc28-l mo
NOTARY PUBLIC, collections, stenograpny
and typewriting. Room 05, Atlantic
bldg.; 9 to 5; rates reasonable. oclO-lmo
008 N. Y. ave.; ladies' costumes, $5up
coats, tailor-made bulls, and children's
clothes a specialty. Baughman's ud
i ustabla dress cutter, $5 pel 4-1 mo
MME. DAVIS, born Clairvoyant .nd card
reader; tells about business; removes
spells and evil influences; reunites the
separated, aud gives luck to all; cures
pilos .iid drunkenness. 1 22S 25th st. mv
WILL SELL your rurnltute; will store
your furniture; will acconnnodate voti
with a loan on same; no Interest char"" d
"liberal dealing; drop postal and will call'
MARCUS NOTES, G37 La ave. 6e30--Jillo
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
Prluiiug 500 cards, 75c; ooo envelopes
75c; 500 note heads, 75c; 500 btatc
mciiis. 75c; binding magazines, DOc:
miscellaneous books rebound. G E.
WILLIAMS. 615 7th st. nw. feG-tf
FOR SALE One square piano, with stool;
cheap. Apply 1434 30th st. it
FOR SALE-A fine lot of barred and whitu
Plymouth Rock cocks aud Cockerels;
price. $1.50 to $2 each. E. E. PERKINS,
005 6th st. nw. noG-3t
FOR SALE Newfoundland male pups, lo
weeks old. SCHMLD'S BIRD STOKE,
.12 12th st. nw. no6-3t
FOR SALE To quick buyer; good rose-
wood piano; the chance of a lifetime
to get a Hne piano, of 7 1-4 octs., for
$-10; Haines piano. Inquire 2319 I bt. nw.
FOR SALE-Best stitched carpet lining,
i.-S. ?,eiltSl..a yard- JOHNbON & MJJiJ-EJ-in.
Lpholsterers aud Carpet Layers,
FOR SALE 3 pointer puppies of a cele
brated South Carolina strand; gOGd size
and all marked well; a bargain if sold at
once. SCHMID'S, 712 12th st. nw.
FOR SALE Purest Jersey milk and cream
1 rum our own farm. Address PALO
ALTO, this office. We give trading stamps.
F"OR SALE -Best Elgin Butter, f
the churn, 5 lbs. $1.40. and qua
passed; good Elgin Butter, 25c. a pound:
wu give trading stamps. R. B. YOUNGS,
iG and 77 O street market and 69 Riggs
market. Postal orders promptly filled.
FOR S A LE -Stove, fine heater; bedsprings,
feather bed, solid walnut folding bed.
French plate mirror; bargains. 1209 U
st. mv. uo3-3t
F"0R SALE A Hubbard portable oven, in
good condition. Call at 308 Monroe st.,
FOR SALE Almost new, contents of a
well-furnished house, iu a line locality,
between 9th and 15th, I and N sts.; board
ersin house; nice opportunity lor one want
ing such a chance. Address R. S. T.,
this office. no4-3t
FOR SALE Baby carriage in good condi
tion; 52.50- 518 Gth st. ne. nol-3 1
FOR SALE-Cheap; fine French plate
street showcase. 1514 llth st. nw.
FOR SALE-Cheap, 6 setter pups and
mother. R. E. nARVEY. 628 F st.
sw . no3-3t,eiiL
FOR SALE -High-grade wheel, lamp, cy
clometer, bell, etc., $20. 1355 U st. nw.
FOR SALE-Set ot Hopkins' plat Looks of
D. 0.; 4 vols.; In periccc condition, and
canvas co vereu. Tor $95. W R. HERBERT,
503 D st. nw. no3-0t
FOR SALE YoungCubanand Mexican par
rots, monkeys, gold fishes, dogs, pigeons,
canaries, incubators, Spratts and Austin's
dug bread; send for catalogue. SCHMID'S
BIRD STORE, 712 12th bt. nw. ocS-tf
FOR SALE S2.98 for 6-ft extension
table; lounges, $2.50; cook stoves, $5;
heater, $2.50, parlor and- bedroom suite1),
$1 par week: cheip casli and credit. RED
MOND, 313 7lh st. nw. oc30-tf,em
FOR SALE Sample Iotof fine shotguns at
sacrifice", call early and get a bargain.
JULIUS COHEN, lEL04 7th st. mv.
WANTED -To trade high grade '97 nickel
plated wheel lor horse and buggvor light
vehicle: willing to pay ditfcreiice in cash.
Address J. E. G., this orfice. lt.cm
WANTED Will trade -high-clas 'Ol
make bicycle for buggy or carriage- Call
Mr. TAYLOR, 303 M st. nw. no l-3t
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA Aflfl
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13 1-2 St. fc Pa. Ave.
A , In Effect May 9. 1697.
m r Alexandria (week days). G.30. 7.0o,
info eX': 8-00- 8-3. e- 900V 9a50.'
io05, ex-: 11.00. 11.45 a. m.: 12.05. ex.,
32.20. 1.10. i.4fe, 2.05. ex.: 2.40. 3.00.
ex.: J.30, 4.00. ex.; 4.15, ex.: 4.45. 5.05.
A Vh' 5-10- 0-06. ex.: G.25. 7.00. 8.00.
2-' 10,'9' ll--. 11-59 O- n-
tor Alexandria (Sunday onlv). 8.00.
900, 10.00. 10.30, 11.00. 1130 a. m.:
5nr?00.n: 1--30. 1.00. 130. 2.00. 2.30,
a.00, 3.30. 4.00. 4.30. 5.00. 5.30. 0.00.
0-30, ,.00. 8.00, 9.00. 10.00. 11.20 p.m.
i- or Mount Vernon.Dvko and WavStationa
i'?,e-k ,l,va). 0.30. 10.05. 11.00 a. m.
l-.Oo, 1.15, 2.05, 4.00, 4.13 p. in,
or Dyku and Riverside, 7.00 p. m.
H.,or, Mon' Vemon aud Way Stations.
8tmday only), 9.00. U.00 a. i.. 2.00.
4.00 p. m.
,.3 Arllicton and Aaueduct Brldsa
(week days), 8.00. 80. 9.00. 10.05.1 1. 00.
nnuhm" 12.05. 12.0. 1.15.2.05.2.10.
vn0,' iJ'30' 4-00. 4.15. 5.20. 0.05. 0.25:
"00, 8.00 p. m.
,c or, Arlington and Aqueduct B.-ldgo
iSunday only), 8.00, 9.00. 10.00, 10.31.
in00' "-ao. a. in. 12 00 noon. 12:30.
1-9.9,' 1-'J0, 2.00, 2.20, 3.00. 3:30. 4:00.
4..30. D.00, 5.30, 0.00, G.30. 7:00. :00
P. m. '
Baggt'co checked free for passengers
Isplding first-cinbR tickets at Station. Bi
cycles. 2r, cents each.
, FOR SA LE AND RENT.
FOR SALE OR RENT 12-room house; 5
acres and largo barn; also 5-room house
aud 20 acres on electric railroad, 2 miles
"nm Washington; also, building lots at
.Ballston; $100 each; $5 down, balance $1
per mouth. Several farms for sale or rent.
Call for map and list. JAAIES E. CLBM
LNT, 1321 F st. nw. no5-3t,em
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN, 917F ST.NW.
SUIlUKliAN PROPERTY FOR ALE.
Cottages in Cleveland Park, 0,200
320 Spruce st, b h,7 rms 5"00
SlOSprucest, bh, 7rms 5,000
Frame collage, 10th and Providence
Frame cottage, Harewood road 3.00O
Pleasant Plains, 3 brick houses .... 9,000
Whitney CIo0e, f h, 8 rms 3,000
Conduit place, f h, 0 ims 2.200
L'KUII'UOYED PROPERTY FOR, SAL.I-
Lots in square 877, eg ...
au st, bet iv and L ne
M st, Let 4 l-s and lstsw
Lot in square 590, sw
N st, bet 2lstand 22dn
Delaware ave. ber. H .ind O sw 3 50
Ne cor H and Oth sts sw 125
Pa ave, bet 12th and 13th se 100
Va ave, bet 27th and 2bthnw 00
D st, bet lfeth aud 19th nw 30
32d and 34th sts, Georgetown 50
Lluthlcum place 40
S st, bet 3bd aud 34th sts nw 30
K st, bet 13th and 14th sts fee 30
Nw cor 18th and A se 30
H st ne 25
Cor lbt and O bts se 20
FOR RENT HOUSES.
410 Gth st nw. 18 rmb.per year ....$1,000
2031 I st uw, 14 rms 50 00
210 N J ave nw, 9 rms ..
-oi-i 1 st nw, y rms
1832 13th st. nw, 7 rms
1455 S st nw, 7 rms
1015 22d st nw, 9 rms
131 N C rc se. 7 rms
Upper part 1003 7th st nw, 7 rms. -.
3 L st nw, 0 rms
1610 8th st nw, G rms
007 N ht nw, 0 rms
934 Va ave sw, 4 rms
1410 3d st nw, 5 rms
245 Po-neroy st nw, 5i:nt
STORES, OFFICES. ETC
btore and dwg, 1213 X x ae nw,
0 rms S.
Store and dwg, 937 Flaavenw.o rms 25 0
Storeanddwg, 500Rstuw,5rms.... 26 00
Store and dwg, 1275 25th st nw,
G rms 20 00
Slabie reat 623 AI st uw 20 00
Stable rear 1029 0 st nw 15 30
500 5th st nw. room 10 18 00
904Fslnw 15 00
Shop, bet 0th and 7th, D andEnw.. 8 00
Shop, rear 1233 Biagdcualleyuw 2 50
The above is only a portion of the prop
erty ou my Looks. For full list call at
office for bulletin issued on tlie 1st and 15tb.
TH03. E. WAGGAMAN, 917F st. nw.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Fur., 9-room liou.se; occupied
by regular boarders. EXCHANGE BU
REAU, 721 13th st. nw. It
FOR RENT Seven-room briok bouse; cel
lar and stable; a. m. 1.; uewlv painted
and repapered. No. 408 1-2 N. J. ave.
FOR RENT No. 006 15th st. ne.; 6
large rooms, twth, cellar and a. m. i.;
only $14.70 per month; one block rrotn
public school and street car. F. J.
DIEUDONNE, Room 23, Ohio Bank
FOR RENT Eight-room, press brick, bay
window lioviss. utl mod. imps., 1 st. 11c,
npar Government Printing Office: key at
&2 lt tie. no5-3t,em
FOR KENT Very low, 7-rtKHii brick bouse,
No. 1240 5tn st. nw. Inquire or
CHAHLhS S. SUREVE, lbti9 "itn st. nw.
FOR RENT -510 D st- se.; coxy house; 0
rooms and Iiuth; nice quiet neighborhood
one square rrom Pa. ave. ears At. S- CAR
PINTER, 1423 F st. nw no 1-3 1
FOR RENT -428 1-2 II st.nw.; 8 rooms;
bt w.) brick house, in thorough order:
rent reduced to $32.50; keys at 432 H st
FuR. RENT 432 Q st. nw ; house open;
jLx. rooms; hall; range; bath, gas, new
papering; buck building; parking: large
bacK. yard; arranged for two families; im
provements finished; $l$'.iU. no4-3t
FOR RENT Comfortable house: large
groiuidiiuuil stable; TnKoma larti;non.iruil
rent; nirties without children; for winter
months. Apply POSTOFFICE. Takoma
Park, D. C- nol-Ot
FOR SALE TJOUSKS.
FOR SALE Ne., near cable line, pressed
brick house, 6 rooms and bath; a. m. i.;
a bnap at $1,700, on eusy terms. BECK ,Sc
WELLEK, 6u2 F'st. nw. no5:3t:em
F"0K SALE-Se.. near Pa ave. cars, 2-
story bay witidow brick hi. use; a. m. i.;
.0 rooms and bath; reduced to $2,5iiu, on
,1...... ........ t 111. fT.- P. It-CT 1 ,."! ,,o x?
wio icuuo. xjix. iv. i luxJLtiuii, vo a.
st. nw. no5-3t-em
FOR SALE $675 for 4-room frame, south
cast; rented, $6.30 per month: water in.
yard; steady renter. Six-room house; good
neighlxrtiood; uw.;$35. GEO. Y. WORTH
INGTOX, 1 410 G st. nw. uo5-3t,em
FOR SALE By owner, 2-st9ry, bay win
dow brick house, in ne.;o rooms and bath;
a. 111. L; worth $4,000; will sell for S2.t;00.
Address Q. D. P., thisoffice. no5-3t-em
FOR SALE-To whites only Own your
own home By paying $55 cash and $10
per month it can ueaccomplr-ued.aud you
won't miss the money: nearly new and
Lnely papered 2-story riauie, with about
2,000 feet or ground: fine parking: laige
porch: hydrant water in kitchen; stab!-;
30-foot rear alley; within two squaics elec
tric car line; east or Lincoln Park: in an
improving section of the city; price, $1,425;
title perfect. O. AI. BRYANT, Owner,
Warder Building, Oth and F sts. noe-Gt
FOR SALE-Brick house: S rooms and
bath; a. m. I.: Q st. nw., between utliand
7th. Address OWNER, care W. R. Her
bert, 505 D st. uw. hol-7t-em
FOR ALE BICYCLES.
FOR SALE $83 '97 make bicycle; good
as new; lamp and bell, Tor $25. .SiR.
TAYLOR, 303 M st. mv. nol-3t
FOR SALE A comparatively new "97
wheel. Willi attachments. E. F. O'BAN-
NON, 1711 Pa. ave. nw. nol-3t
LOST In front of 505 12th st. nw.i a
pocketbouk. containing gold lock brace
let. Return to above number and receive
LOST Sterling bicycle; 20-In. maroon
frame: No. 44. Reward ir returned to
W. N.V.'ILDER, 1921 I st. nw. It
LOST A skye terrier, answering to name
or ''Dean;" mange on breast; tail cut
err; tag tied with twine string; reward if
returned to 1123 12thst.nw. no5-5t-em
LOST -Thursday, Nov. 4, 1897, a bull
terrier pup: all white: had a leatherstrap
with brass buckle on: liberal seward it re
lumed to W. C. JOHNSON, 416 5th St. nw.
LOST Wednesday noon, at Williams
drug store, or Temple cafe, pocketbook,
containing money and commutation ticket.
Return to AIRS. NELSON, P. O. Depart
ment. noo-3 1
LOST Brown aud white setter dog. Lib-
erai rewara it reiurueu 10 &UX Oth st.
STRAYEIi-A bay horse, from Frank
Jounghaus, 14th and Howard ave..
finder return and receive reward. iio-t-'it
l'HlT' rur NiTIPE
MR. BRACKEN, assisted by his, wife ami
little daughter, will conduct the her-
kes and give spirit tests at Wonti's Hall,
721 Gth st.nw., Sunday eveningat 8. It
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND 3
7'&o.-r,M- wcek uoys-PITTSBDRO EX
IRESS -parlor and Dining Cars. Harrh
burg to Pittsburg.
10.50 A.. 31. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED
--Pullman Sleeping. Dining, Smoking and
Observation Cars, Harrisburg to Chicago.
Ji'D.c,,nna"'jM,uiaiiapo!is. St. Louis, Cleve
lyI,u,and Toledu. Buffet Parlor Ctx to
1 vSrtnr rMr PA,ST LTNE-Pullman Barfe
r?r -i-JJ?,.. "arrlsburg. BuKec Fario?
Car, Harrisburg to Pittsburg.
3"t?v M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
express Sleeping Car Wasulngtoa to St
Ji,an1 WPIUS and DiniugCara Har
isb.ur&u '1L, L0"13' NashvuTe (via Cin
cinnati) and Chicago.
7.10 P M. WESTERN EXPRESS-Pullman
Sleeping Car to Pittsburg. Chicago,
and Harrisburg to Cleveland. l)iningCax
7'1(J,P, M- SOUTHWESTERN EXERES3
I uilman bleeping Cars Washington to
Pittsburg and Harrisburg to st Louis and
Cincinnati. Dining Car
10.40 P M. PACIFIC EXPRESS-PuU-man
Sleeping Car to PittsburR.
70 a, m. for Kane, Canaudaigua. Roches
day0 iNlaara xaBs, dally, except Sua-
lOtJ a. rn. for Elmlra and Eenovo daily.
340 Pp nday- ror Wauamsport doUy.
Tvrt p ntn, r.or w'l!lamsport. Rochester.
aJ'J BuifaJo ,aud Niagara Falls dally,
except Saturday, with SlcsDias Car,
Washington to Buffalo. D"-yu,J ""'
,'iU ?, Vi- ,ror Krie' CanandaiKua. Roches
t?5.'i frai?' aml Niagara FaUs daily.
tioL. a.u yfcfcP,ug Car Washington to
Rochester Saturdays only.
For llllluilc:li,hm, New York and
4:00 n. n "fnvniji.c-.nvsr. T.T.f.
f.Hv TV'aHy. all Parlor Cars, with Dm-
ju& Tar from BiUtiiuore. Rogulax at 7:00
imiilng Cari, &:uu, 0.00. 10:00 iDbiing
Car) and ll.oo (Dining Car from Wll-
daVS. 2:1)1. nn.l r. l r. .n ollv. Vnr
Boston, without change, 7:50 a. m. weelt
daj, and 4:2o p. rn dally.
Fr Baltimore. 0.25, 7.00, 7.50, 8.00.
9.00 10.00, 10.50, and 11.00 a. m.,
rliP'rT2-45' 12.50, 2.01. 3.15, 3.40"
(4.00 Limited). 4.20. 4.36. 5.40. f 15.
;0. 7.10. 10.00, 10.40. 11.15, and
iVi'A3 P- m. On Sunday, 7.00, 8.00.
e.00, 9.05, 10.50, 11.00 a. in.. 12:15,
VoS' J-01x 3-15- 3-'l 1-00 Limited).
f9;. oAv 6-1G. 6-50. 7.10, 10.00.
10.40, and 11.35 p. m.
F".r Pe'a Creek Line, 7.50 a. m. aud
4.30 p. rri. dally, except Sunday. Enn-
days, 9.05 a.m.
For Annapolis. 7.00, 9.00 a. m., 12.60
unci 4.20 p. m. daily, except Sunday.
Sundays, 9.00 a. m. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line -Express for Florida
and points on Atlantic Coast Line. 4.30
a. in., 3.4b p. in. daily. Richmond only.
,5i. a- ,n weefc-days. AUanta Speofal.
yia RiO.nU and Seaboard Air ULz.
4.40 p. m. dally. Accommodation for
Quan tico. 7.45 a. m. dally, aad 4.25 p.
beioliom Connect lonsi.
for AtlauUo City tvla Delawace River
Bridge, all-rail roote), 3:1G p. ih. flatly.
via Market street wharf. 10:0 a mi 11 :4ft)
a. m., 12.45 p. ra.,week day.aad llJo
p. m. daily.
For Cape May, 11.00 a.-m. weefcdays,ll:33
P- m. daily.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and Q
streets, and at the staUon, Sixth and B
htreets, where orUe.s can be left for the
checking ot lasgage to destination from
hotels aud residences.
J- R. WOOD. General Passenger Agent
Schedule in Effect June 5. 1837.
Leave Wasinug'ja from btatiuu corner ot
New Jersey avenue and C St.
For Chicago and Northwest, Vesubuled
Limited trains, 10.00, 11.45 a. m.; 8.05
For Cincinnati, St Louis and Indian
apolis, Express, 11.45 a m. Vestibuled
Limited, 3.4o p. m.; express 11.30 p. m.
F'or Pittsburg and C lev el ia.j, express
daily IO.OO a. m and S.50 p. n.
For Columbus, Toledo and Detroit, 11.30
For Winchester and way -cations. aS.00,
all 45 a. m., a5.30 p. m.
For New Orleans, Memphis, Tfi-mlagbanj,
Clialtar.oogu. Kuoxiile. UriKtol and Koati
oke. 11.20 p m. daily; Sleeping Carj
F'or Luray, 3.40 p. ro. daily.
For Balumore. week-clays, 5.00, 6-30,
x7 05, X7.10, X7 30, xt:00, 8:30, xS.TO,
X10 00, ?12 00 a. in., X12 05, xl2:10.
xl2 40, r3.00, 3.20, X4.30, 4:35, X5.05,
X5.10, X0 30, x6 20. 6.30. xS.00, 8:15.
x9:20, 11 15, xll 50 p. m and 12:G1
mght Sundays. x7. 05. x7 16, x7 30.8:30.
x'jO'j a. m.,xl2 03, xl2 40, 1:00, x3:0Q.
3-2P, 4 35, x5:05, x5:10, 6 30, X8.00,
x9 0, 11 15, xll 50 p. m.. X12.0L nignt
ForAiinupoli3,7-.10andS 30 a.m., 12:10
end 4.30 p.m bundays, S.30 a. m., 4:So
For Fredertck, wcek days. 8.00 a. .,
11.45, 4.30, 5.30 p. m. SunQays, O.OO
a. m.. 1.15 p. m.
Ior Hagersiown, alQ.OO a- m. and
a5.30 p. m. ,
For xyl and way poi&ts, wec days,
S.00 a- iu. , 4.30, 5.3o, 7.05 p. in. aiala ys.
9.00 a. m-, 1-15, 7.05 p. m.
For Gattuersuurg ami "way points, -week
days. 8.00, 9-Od a. m . 12.5. :: 00,4.30.
4 33! 5.30, 5.35, 7.0C, 11.40 p. m.; Han
days! 9.00 a. m., 1.15, 4.33, 7.03, 10.15
F'or Washington Junction and way points.
K.00 a. m.. -30, 5.30 p, m.. week duys.
9.00 a. m.. 1-15 p. m. Sundays
Royal Dine Line for New York and
For Philadelphia, New York, Boston and
the East, ween-uays, 7.06, &.OU. 10.00 a.
m 12 00. 112.40 Dmiug Caru), 3.00.
(5.05 Dining Car), (12.01 night bleeping
Car. open at 10.00 o'clock). Sendays.
7l05. 9:00 a. in.. (12.40 UluingCars). 3.00.
(5.05 Dining Car), 12.01 night Slespfag
(Jar open at 10.00 o'clock Additional
traiii ror Pjlauelpni3. week-days, daily,
b.00 p. m. . .....
Buffet Parlor Car3 on all day trains.
For Atlantic City, 7.05, 10.00 a. m,
12 00 noon. 12.40 and 3.00 p. m., week
days. 12.40 p. m., Sundays.
For Cape May, 12.00 noon.
aExcept Sunday- xExpress trolna.
Ba"age called for and checked from
tiotclsand residences by Union Transfer
Co on orders left at ticket officee, 019
Pennsylvania avenue northwest, New York
avenue and Fifteenth street, and at Depot.
WM. AI. GREENE. D. B. MARTIN.
Gen- Manager. Mgr. Pass.Trafrlc
(Schedule In effect October 10, 1S97-
All trains .lmve and leave Pennsylvania
Passeugcr Station. ,..,-. .
b:12 a.m. -Dally, local for Danvh.aCaar
lotte and way stations, connects at .Mioas
sas for Strasburg, Harrvonburg, and
Staunton, daily, except dnnday, and as
Lynchburg with the NorroL inu -'wrn.
uaiiy, and with the Chesxip'Mke awl Mhto,
daily, ror the Natural Bridj and Lmx-
mH?V6 a- m.-Dalty.the UNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman btiffeG
sleepers. New York and Washington to
JncKxjiivihe. uniting at Salisbury with
Pullman Sleeper for Aslwville and Hot
anting. N. C; Knoxville and Ciwt
tanooua, Tenn.. and at CDarlotte with Pil
mutl Sleeper Tor Augusta. Pullman HutieS
Sleeper New York to New Orleans, connect
ing at Atlanta Tor Birmingham ami Jtem
plfls. Solid train, Washiugmn to New
Orleans without cnange. SimHJt lwrswinuly
couciucied tourist excursion ihrougn sleuDer
on this train every Wednesday to baa
F'rancisco, without change.
4:01 p. m. Local Tor Front Royal, Stras
burg una uurrisouuurg, daily, exeepc sun
day. 4.51 p. m. Daily, local for Charlottes
ville. 10:43 p. m.-Daily, WASHINGTON AND
SOulUHKoTKlCi, VEt'n-L.l5i), LtAI
1TED, composed of Pullman ea-ibnied
bleepers, dmiug cars and day coacbtiB.
Puiiman sleepers New York Cr 1stsivr,
Tenn., via Abbeville, Knoxviile, and Css
tanooga. -ew York to 'lampa, ti Cmir
lotte, Cotu.noia, Savaimuh.anu Juckbonvrtle;
New lock to Mempius, vKi rtriuuiguun;
New Yorkto New Orleans, via At.uuut.tMd
Montgomery. Vestibuled day coach Wnsh
mgton to Atlanta, boutiiern rajlwuy timing
car, Greensboro to Aloutgomery.
TRAINS ON WAsHiAiin'fl AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington O.OL a. m.
daily and 4.45 p. m. duh ,e-vt,ept buaday.
aud 0.25 p. m. Sunday only for Bound Hull
4.32 p. nu daily, except bunday for Leea
burg, and 0.25 p. m. daily ior lieradon.
ReLiirniiiir. .arrivi- at. W nslllnZton 8:6 u.
J iu. and 3.0U p. in. daily, 1 mm Bound Hill.
I and 7.06 a. m. daily, except aunday, from
1 Herudou, aud 8.34a. m.dady, except bun
1 cay, rrom t,eesDurg
Tiiroutrh trams froci the South nrrlvc at
Washington 0 42 a. in.. 2 20 p. rn. aud
9:25 p. m. daily. Harrisonburg, 12:40 p.
in. and 9-25 p. nu daily, ctiept Sunday,
and b:30 a. m. daily from Charlottesville.
Tickets, sleerhig car reservation and in
formation furiiisned at offices, 511 aad
1300 Pennsvlvauia avenue, and at I'eua
sylvania Railroad Passenger statioo.
W. M. tittKlirs. (jlii. Sunt:
t7i.ii7. u'.u- m 1:45, 3.1D, 4:20,0:50.
mfV.rUBH J 1 5 p. m. On Sunday, 7:00
.Jli,aK Ca.r 8:u". 9;00, 11.00 (Dining
Vaf from WllminKtonia,m . 12:16.3:15?
1.T.1' , i0"' iu:ou and 11:35 p. m.
Ihiladelphla only, Fast Express, 7:
J. Al. t'ULl, Truflie Atun
"VV. A. TURK!. Gen. L'ut .
t. A- S. HHOWX, Ueu. Ac. V,